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Page 8 Chancy Free Press Friday, August 13, 1965 United Nations Trip Sponsored By I. O. O. F. and Rebekah Lodges By Alex Rajal.a My trip to the Unpiled Nations really began last March when I won a speking contest in Spokane, and thus qualified myself to participate, in the Odd Fellows and Rebekahs United Nations Pilgrimage for Youth. I must say it was more work getting ready to go than it was winning the trip. Our bus left Spokane on June 7th for Leth,bridge, where we picked tp nine Albertons. Then there were a totaI f 36 students, 3 counselors arid a bus driver. Seventeen, students werefrom CanaSa, one boy was from Alaska, and eighteen teen-agcrs were from Wash- ington. There were fourteen girls and twenty-two boys, the only tour I have found with a male majority. Winnipeg was our first ma- jor stop. We had several ours to explore the architecture of M, anioba's capitol city. In Sault Ste. Marie we saw the SOD Locks. Two people lost their cameras there. Next day the cameras were found, uncles the bus driver's seat. We moed to August 10, 1945 The Ration board at Cheney announces tlat, efffect}ve Sun- day, Aug. 5, the following juices were reduced to a point value of zero: gra, pefriut juice, orange grapefruit blended, to- mato juice and vegetable juice combirmtions. This does not ef- fect pineapple juice or grape juice. These two remain at the point value shevn on the Au- gust chart. ]2rst wheat to reach market in Cheney was that brought in by Burdick Amonson from his ranch near tovn to the Cheney Grain Crowers elevator last l%iday, for which he received a sack of flour as a prize. Fk-st wheat arriving at the NBC elevators was battled by Buob a,nd Ailing on Mondaj This also earned a sack of florin SEEN 'N HEARD Lacty customer asking Jack Gibson if his melons were tree ripened. i to Canada's only atomic plant, in Chalk River, and thence to Ottawa. We bad entirely too little time for the majestic city. Onward we plunged into French Canada, to Montreal and then down to New York. We spent a hot, muggy night there in Poughkeepsie, and at- tended church the next day in Hyde Park. The same day, Ju. ly 18th, we arrived in New York City. In New York we met two other tours and a large group of n'atives from the neighbor- ing state,s of Pen,nsylania, Con- necticut, New Hampshire, and so on. Our stay in New York in- volved three distinct parts; the U. N. tour, the New York tour, and extracurricular" activities. During the first three @ays in New York we learned many things about the duties and purposes of the United Nations. The New York tour in.eluded the Empire State Building, a three-hou'r lmat .ride around Marhatten is,land, and a day at the World's Fair. On the fourth day we held a speech contest. I was one of seven boys to compete in the firmls. On the same day I visit- ed the FinniSh Mission to the U. N. and Radio City Music H,all. We left New York on July 24th for ValIey Forge, Phila- delphia, Gettysburg, and Wash- ington. We visited the most famous symbe,ts of our democ- racy in Wa,s.hi'ngton and placed a wreath on John Kennedy's grave. Next day we started our d,as'h In five days we were at Mount Rushmore. and we got back to Spokane on August 4th. There were several places ,and 'several things that im- pressed me about this pilgrim- age. French Canada, the United Nations, the Statue of Liberty, an'd Mount Rushmore were very impressive and very worthwhile. But what I remem- ber most is the underlying spirit of friendship and co- rporation among all-the peaple I met, and particuly among the Odd Fllos and Rebekahs. Toni Pugh Tours Italy Southern Italy Story My {irst feeling on coming to Napoli was disappointment. The day was so .hot, the city appearod so smoky and dirty, ,and there was the maddest traff,c we had yet driven in. But after we were settled in ,our ,hotel rooms with our pri-: vale mosaic tiled patio and a view of Mt. Vesuvius and the Mediterranean Sea, the spell of the city was upon us. Tltat eve- nin,g we hired a cabbie, horse and carriage, and rode for miles along the waterfront which was like my visions of Napoli had beenthe ships in the ,harbor strung with lights, the buildirtgs on the hillsides glowing with spo lights and people strBing everywhere. Then we dined on a terrace overlooking it all. Ruins of Pompeii EWRA 00wtm team tSrmgs Home Many Trophies All members of the Eastern Washington Recreation Swim team participated in the AAU sanctioned swim meet held at Pullman, Aug. 7 and 8. Two members of the team brought home individu,al high po4rt trophies in flmir age groups. Bob Stone won the high paint trophy for Boys 10 a,nd under ad Ken la- don won a ,similar trophy in the Boys 11 and 12 age group. OCher team winners were: Debbie Kingsly, girls 10 and under, Mike Graves and Dick Steiner, boys 11 and 12, Tom Stone, Joe Graves and John Waddingto,n, boys 13 and 14, Nancy Steiner and Susan Mur- phy, girls 13 and 14 and Peg- gy Steiner, girls 15-17. Only four members of the team traveled to Walla Wall! For Coughs Vancouver Police See Or For Kicks? Marked Stolen, Money Police in many parts of the: Four armed men held up the bil have been re cuntry ,are deeply concerned! about the use f codeine cugh ! siru@ .as intoxicants or stimu- lants by teenagers. In 1961, when members of the Stockton, Calif., Police De- partment to find .an in- creasing number o,f empty co- deine cough sirup bottle,s a lo- cations and aroas frequented by young people, Chief of Po- lice Jack A. O'Keefe decided to check into the matter. In reviewing registers of co- operative dru,ggists, officers noted that the names of cer'tain youths ,ap,peared repeatedly .as purc,hasers of codeine cough sirup. Based ,on this informa- if.on, Chief O'Keefe directed his staff to conduct ,a limit=:] sur- vey which might pas'ibly indi- cate the scope of the problem. The survey involved 10 indi- viduals and six pharmac'ies showing tlm daily p,'drchses of Brown Sugar ................ 2/ic We NEED the many things in,g, .looking for ,a plce to eat chief suggests that the 'best so- Beet Sugar, 10 lbs ......... 66c R & W Coffee, 2 'tbs ......... 65'e You no longer N EED and chanced upon an intrigu- lution Has in making the a, vail- Cream O' Wheat, lge. 22 For those who are in NEED irg looking ,street, the rame, ability of the controversial .... which translated meant the cough sirup on a prescz'iption Veg. Soup 22 oz. cans .... 2/20 Our trucks wifi be in your vicinity Street of the Witches! So we ha only. Salad dressing, pt ............. 25 Graham ,Crackers, lib. box 19c 2nd Friday of each month followed it down twits and Since June 3, 1965, Minl]esro . turns, several cats lurkirg in tans ,have not been able to buy Call Mrs. Maddux, 235-6814 for collection the Shadows, and found ,an mtt- codeine-containing couh sir- Good Meat st. Vincent de Paul Society and door rostaurant run by a gen- ups without an arm or written ia Italian rand his two sons. prescription from a physician. Salvage Bureau Venice, Beautiful City Minnesota is the first state to k'*'.' 2901 E. Trent Ave. Phone KE 5.2491 One day we spent in Venice put codeine medicines on pro- which was by far the ran,st scipti.on. beautiful city that we had been Staring Friday, 13th? - in. It was much more so than July 19, 1848The sffm- - I had ever anticipated. We took gette movement, which culmi- 1,] ["orLs IVIW ns a boat along the grand Canal nated in August, 1920, with the CHOICE BEEF a as far as the Lido where we gantirg of the privilege of Blade (uts, Ib 49( found ,a wonderful beach on v,oing to women, began at a the Adriatic Sea. Then we convention of women suffrage " " we back to St. Marc's square advocates a Seneca FaN,s, New - Stop [11 and the groat cathedral with York. Bo Cuts Ib 59 i magnificent mosaic ceilings 7- ne ' r ' ( And See The of pure gold and colored stones, then wandered for several Boneless Ib 19( "Voice Of Sports" h,ous Iooldng at the fflass ! --- sh, ops, and over little brid,ges, m" 39 A, His a,nd down rmrrow streets. Ground Beef, was so clean and the ,air o ./reh. Hilltop Cafe Tomorrow we leave Italy, but it wl ,be with a regret and a Pork Chops Let ..k .how so. the[ hope th I mayreturn affain. the diffece Imeen . Top of Sunset Hill The iertdl, ess arrd graci)us- Buebali and a Mtbal!! ness of the people ,is .something Ri! lb.... 59cll Spokane , I'll n'.Kg ram, ember ___ tom Cuts, lb... 9} Start Harvest Inland Empire LGE. BEEFSTAKE T0mal0es, Ib,.. 12 Right, With Y0ulh and SEVEN OTHER GOLDEN GATE ' (anlaloupes, lb. 9c (ommunfly Fair DANGER SIGNALS forSHURFlNEseebig deal' contest on Thrift ' Lubricanlso.____ _,, Deer Park dischargeUnUsual bleedi, or Book Malexs. 3/39c e. Augusf 19, 20, 21 Ldl A lumPtho breastr thickeninor e, sewherein Wednesday's. Chronicle basottne A sere that does not hea' Store Goofs. , Gates Open 9 a. m. Daily i    ,,'- A Chane in bowel or l .//.._/]-' *BOOTHS *HAY CONTEST '*IF bladder habit= Motor Oil *EXHIBITS *MIDWAY 5 Hoarsene,s or cough PROGRAMS Plus these special SATUR. 6 Indigestion or difficulty COMBINES, TRACTORS, TRUCKS DAY features: in saiewing KEEP 'EM ROLLING Parcde 1 p.m. ? Change in a wart or m01e Dance 9 p.m. See your doctor immediately if any of Cancer's Seven | WITH OUR SERVICE Grandstand Show 2 p.m. Dan|or Sig,alslastsmur0 G S pply Daily admission: Adul.ts 50c; lha lw. weeks. PLENTY OF PARKING Cheney range U Children 25c, Season tickets Sooyourdot0r.oryeor OPEN 9 TO 9 118 UNION 235-6274 also available, for a health ,lokup. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIE Canadian Pacific Railway Mer- chandise Service on Feb. 11, 1965, and escaped with three stronffboxes containing $1,200,- 000 in Canadian currency. The money, earmarked for des'true- lion, was en route fro,m the B,ank of Canada in Vancouver, B. C., to the Canadian Mint at Ottawa, Ontario. Mo,st of the money con'sisted of l's, 2's, 5's, 10's and 20's all of which were punched across the face of the bill with three half-inch hales. Thirteen $1,000 bill is superimposed :other which has holes feront lcatio. Idential are cut through which eliminates the: holes in the top bill. squares fl'om the are then inserted in one and secured with ent tape which dives the appearance (ff uine. Anyone possessing tion relating to this should contact J. bills with both signatures at the I die, Commanding bottom of the face of the bill I vision , Police cut out were stamped "can- I Main Street, celed thi e. hines on both the Bri,tsh Columbia, front and back. Al,so in the loot was $1,296 in mutilated,' w'orn, and badly torn bills (not Airway punched), ,and thee $5 and five $10 very old and very rare charter bank issues, neither Since our pretty punched nor cartcelled. These blonde One day we spent walking last weekend to participate in the cough sirup by eac,h per- miles through the ruins of Pore- an AAU meet sl3nsored by th I on m the s;x .stores. One phar- pelf, an entire city large or 1,aT- Wal}a Walla Swim Clu'b. Ken I macy sold 236 ,ounces o,f code- geT than Cheney preserved for Radon earned first place med- I ire cough strap in one month our courious eyes. Those old als in 100 meter b,ackstr3ke)to one i,, accordin;g to Romans lived beautifully, wit,h and 200 meter individual mad-IChief O Keefe. This amounted their" patios, pools, and gardens, lay and 5th pl.ace in 100 meter I t3 purchases .of two, throe, and ] We could see where the vaT- freestyle for boys 11 and 12. ,sometimes four 4-ounce bottles ious shops had been and in the Bob Stone was second in 50 o,f the sirup each day. The chief museum were loaves of bread meter butterfly and fifth in 100 pointed out tlm,t there s alsv fotm,d in the ovens, and every- meter freestyle for boys 10 a possibility that additonal thirg perain:ing to their d, aily ond under. Tom Stone earned purela'ses may have been made lives. M, any bodies in various first place in 1 meter diing by the individual at other postures of friglt and desper- and thi place in 200 meter stores rmt included in the s'ur- alton weer also preserved, freestyle for boys 13 and 14, vey. Another day we visited the ,nd Dick Steiner took a fourth The facts compiled in the Island of Capri which was place in 100 meter backstroke ; survey shaw that the young ad- everything the guide books say. for bays 11 ald 12. I dicts came from almost every The Blue Grotto was exquisite, Two teams from EWRA and I walk of life, and the larges the way the sunlight reflects a novice team from Cheney [ groups were in their l'ate teen's through the water giving it an competed against Colville and land early twenties. Many of etheral beauty. Deer Park at Deer Park Wed-[them staxted as y(mng o's 14 Our next five days we spent nesd,ay. . years of age, ,and the'se wh, o in Flore,ne and .here encoun- became addicted used from tered the most tourists. Iute it [ one to 15 bottles daily. is a city that attracts everyone where their opera is pre- Results of the survey were w,ith it's beautiful Bygantine under the stars. It was presented to the State legisla- cathedral and the museums ,wen a more dramatic setting! ture in 1962 to show how the filled with Renaissance art. One th*an in Rome. addiction was related to crime. ,almost feels a revevance walk- One day we drove to a very Chief O'Keefe advised that dur- ing through the streets that large lake a few miles from ing the survey the m.ajer drug- were the first to awaken after Verona which is a popular re- store,s were selling from 100 the Dark Ages. The shops were difficult to sot area for the Italians, also to 300 bottles of cough strap Austrians. and Germ,ans. Fish- each month. Ite e,timated tha resist with ull the lovely hand- ing, beatin,g, and water-,skiing the sales have since increased made linen and leather goods, silk and art objects for 'sale. We is as popular here :as at home. to 2,000 or 3,000 be4tles a On our way to t;]orence we, n.onth at a cost of about $1.50 ,attended the opera several i spent a few .hours in As'sissi ] per bottle. Chief O'Keefe states ndghts which are presented in which was like stepping back]that numerous codeine sirup a fairly new and modern opera into the middle ages. But with [ uea, s ,are being ctmrged daily h, oue. The casts were magnKi- the great age of the .little town J x ith violations rangin,g from cent ,anal the stage settings so it was beautifully preserved]di,sturbing the peace to bank very beautiful and dramatic, and so very clean We visited]robbery. Attend Opera in Arena the cathedral and tomb of St. [ Hearin,gs on the problem Then on to Veron, a which is Francis. have been ,conducted by a com- o,e of the nt attractive towns in Italy. Ira the center So many of hese old, old mittee ,of the State Seate, square is the huge old Roman towns aredrched high on a Chief O'Keefe said, and mos hill with n,rrow winding pharmacies have attempted to " -- streets. In Peruga, where we control sale ,of codeine cough spent the :nght, we were wlk- s'u'up to legitimate users. The bills ,are worthless in their present cordition, but the pos- sibility exists that fforts may be made to pass some of them in the United States. A small quantity of m,oney has been recovered after being placed into circulation. The * Area Servicemen* * News of * Seaman Douglas G. Sonne- born, USCG, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Sonneborn of Route 1, Medical Lake, a crew- member aboard the Coast Gu,ard icebreaker Northwind, h0meported in Seattle, is par. ticipating in exten:sve oceano- graphic research operations in the Artic, following a port visit to Copenhagen, Denmark. The Northwind has been away from Seattle since June 2nd, and her first port visit af- ter passing through the Pana- ma Canal was New York City on June 23. Fuilling 'her oceangralhic mission, scientists from the Coast Guard Oceanographic Laboratory and Northwind crewmembers cortducted re- search on 23 differen oceano- graphic station:s in the North Atlantic from New York to Denmark. The Northind is one of five icebreakers under operational control of the U.S. Ooast Guard. JAMIE MULLENIX IN AIR NATIONAL GUARD Jamie Mullen,ix, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Mullenix, eft Saturday, Aug. 7, from the !W, ashington Air National Guard at Geiger Field for basic train- ing at San Antonio. Texas. Up- on completion of his basic training he will attend the Air Nati,onal Guard IBM sch)l at Wichita Fal,ls, Texas. Nowadays, a husband aml wife must have minds float run in the sme channel -- ov el,so have two TV sets. 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