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# Page 4 Cheney Free Press Thursday, SeptemOer 23, 1982 [] [] a i Press wins news awards &apos; We gambled and won! We bet we had some good on the goldfish threat to area lakes and the sports [ news stories and photos this past year in the Cheney feature on the Cheney Gun Club. Free Press. Saturday, with all the entries face up at the This year, because of an increase in circulation, we annual Washington State Newspaper Awards Banquet competed against many other larger papers also at Spokane's Ridpath Hotel, our feelings were having circulations between 3,501 and 8,000. In areas I confirmed, of design, advertising, news coverage, photos, T, o graphics and opinions, the Free Press was rated e; L Taking first place under the entertainment feature average to above average. el category was the tall tale "Light Trout" by Editor Tom Awards area nice, but we still realize that there is ' ti Thrun, as printed in our April Fishing Supplement. much we can do to improve our weekly product. Our % m Taking second place in the same area was a feature readers, though, can help by encouraging more local A a, on puppets in Medical Lake by former ML reporter Teri stores and businesses to advertise with us--if they care l T. :=Te' ,UC,.A c( Thompson-Crone, who has since relocated in Montana. at all about their community. ( + Third place awards won by the Cheney Free Press It's simple, the more advertising we get, the more  , (;  IEC, include the spot news photo of the barn fire last space we can devote to local news--week inand week September near Medical Lake, a comprehensive story out. Editor's note: Latest reports indicate God has not gone on CERTIFICATE OF AWARD IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII th WI B m in ......... ' ...... O00zJi00a Loca I irlmary;00; ]; i: of How did Chamber members vote? " A sample primary vote was taken during the candidates' forum sponsored the K] THIRD PLACE .................. NEWS week before the election by the Cheney Chamber of Commerce. The results  _ G1 below show how Cheney Chamber members voted, compared to the rest of   =,    = wl CERTIFICATE OF AWARD the county voters. E /t i State Senator < 0 ac ,r*'s,,,t,.,t t,, I o ,C t),'ltS "7-- L)alte... S. Guess(R) 51 81 M. Snyder (D) 34 92 ly C/jL,00,2t ,, [ a z..t elltlM LUIt VdDttelltl 14 1912 State Representative Tt SECOND PLACE .... NEWS by A delle Ferguson ,,.,, C " C C  C C( 6th D|st.--Pos. #1 J. West (R) 43 75 57 174 61 64 41 164 ! i|3  __" O/# E/', / O//O 'lJIR SNII (; 6UL Iepubi .... 200 ,.-(-O ,t [ I M. Springer (D) 34 89 104 238 98 135 58 271 8" _ - =I]M,II cu CERTIFICATE OF AWARD All in all, I couldn't really complain  about the outcome of the primary --"  % Z/O" q/'=' m,t 0, .... 21 t IF 1rj o 3 Nn,N   - - q [Ts "j B' V State Representative 6th Dist.--Poe. #2 '"*'" '"" " election, iImml,,I,mJr[ 23 I) ,. l 0 =/(o R. Bond (R) 45 77 67 168 64 59 38 199 D JtO L-//-tT-]t'Y Oh, Ithink it's ridiculous to let people 5. q% 59.8% SLOmwtst ,,,,, .... re - earn a place on the general election _5/'_. [alp .. 2% n==m,'mtnr' a, semtu o ...... t 24 0 / "7_ 7q W. Norton(D) 36 89 99 242 96 137 61 233 op TRIROPLACE .......... EWS ballot with only 1 percent of the votes .nr=== qq /(,' 7f ge cast for the office sought. 5"2: 3"/ _ ,m E, 3 1 - he CERTIFICATE OF AWARD Independents King Lysen and Jesse __q. 7 "/a q+o +% rat, |lsrtKv WlI.Llk I N0,t0. + .... +7 0 t : 71 'y . _.,_ : ............ Chianghaveaboutasmuchchanceof n,,, ; qq ly]+qq  +    + ' = = L + ' becoming U.S. senator or Jayne Ander- _ , u.s. , o t  o} .  = . W+ lltlil/ ',Tr( 7'..' ' +t0tittlat0  ...... 46 g 7  393 Senator < o o Le . son the 6th district congressman as I .=_7. 3% /",eO//O -i H. Jackson(D) 52109110275117132793129321026582 be THIRDPLACE ..... PHOTOGRAPHY have of being elected president of ,2 "/o 75,// 0u.r f.lLlCtKlft$0M ,eP .... 1471  ] 5/(oq' C. Remple(SW) 0 1 1 4 1 3 1 0 1 1 0 0 Soot News Ground Zero. _  "  0[O O r C C/O ,IIII0 015rliiI-- SIUJUe I{JIK l),rP,tlt -  I O 2, /., K. Lysen (I) 2 7 4 2 4 4 a 5 1 6 9 0 an The minimum vote for carryover to ,.l  . 1% .,  a/ ..... lie =.t IOl I$1EII aepul,,, I % .'t t..( w.A" BanderDavis (o)(g) 20 20 11 40 00 00 01 50 42 141 22 20 hii CERTIFICATE OF AWARD tier Newspaper Contest the November ballot should be 5 per- 7.  /0 ,, #/ ,t.L CkltQtL I,it . I I,. q]5 a. Stokes (D) 0 4 2 2 0 0 0 2 1 11 2 5 ,,. C. Stites (R) 0 3 t 3 3 0 2 5 6 4 6 6 th] .....  ......... cent, rather than l. V'f' /c/ (, 7 L. Penberlhy(R) 9 9 718 810 321 6122910 go ++] Seattle millionaire Larry Penberthy ....... ' J. Chiang (I) 0 4 4 11 3 7 0 5 2 1 4 4 ev, ]tlt/ '.7', 7-/Z'J spent a quarter of his million proving D. Jewett(R) 12 22 23 41 13 33 7 36 8 20 47 19 1 FIRST PLACE ........................ NEWS that you can't buy a nomination, when P. McGowan (R) 1 2 318 9 2 128 4 213 6 H( ...... fellow Republican Doug Jewett beat Evar and N This WE c. Privette (R) 01-2301040210 .............. J. Frye (D) 0 1 1 3 2 1 0 6 1 0 0 5 col him out in the Senate race. K. Talbott (R) 3 9 3 4 1 1 1 4 1 5 9 7 Wi 1982 Better Newspaper Contest Penberthy's radio ads were terrible sic ,,,,,,.,,,,. ..... though a strong, confident voice COPYRIGHT 1982 Field Enterprises. Inc.. F*eld Newspaper Syndicate VO V+iMttn,t,m NewpaperPuhlishers:", ........ t ..... described him and then Penberthy  + . ++ +ii himself would squeak "I am Larry =: " i "  . cr( ...... ++,,..; ................. - ............ - Penberthy..." Washington--Recent primary elec- State Alexander Haig. But the admini- < < i   , o + ( . art . . +-- .:... Classiest advertising, I thought, was tions gave Republican candidates in stration still moved promptly to under- u.s. Rop. "- O tO tO O u. ....... J. Sonneland (R) 502053 5211747 492213013516037 ...................................... ' ...... that of U.S. Sen. Henry M. Jackson, two states a new lease on life when cut the importance of Haig's barbed T. Foley (O) 98 55 107 105 260 107 137 78 287 254 219 85 o ""? _ who appeared to be running against Democrats nominated old-time politi- attacks on the Reagan call for a freeze K. Pinard (D) 7 7 6 8 25 4 5 2 19 22 12 4 Interior Secretary James Watt. cal war-horses whose salad days as in the construction of Israeli settle- Talk about being for motherhood and campaigners may be over. ments on the West Bank. , ,,   No smoking allowed! against man-eating sharks, Jackson In Nevada, four-term Democratic In a breakfast with reporters, White - ;.i -  = i a embraced Social Security and flailed Sen. Howard Cannon eked out a razor- House communications director David +  i   R  =* away at Watt as if he were Yassir thin primaryvictoryoverconservative Gergen referred to the former Cabinet  < to to to o  u.  Ararat beseiging the national capitalist. Rep. Jim Santini. Cannon, 70, is now officer as "private citizen Haig." Ger; Port restart T While cigarette smoke may not be detrimental to the And if Jackson wasn't careful where highly-vulnerable to the challenge of gen made it clear that Haig now has Yes  7 34 29 86 27 76 12 60 34 34 36 ' No 127681tl 1112601189984372349335 79 Gro he stepped during the campaign, he Republican Chic Hecht, who has strong zero impact on U.S. foreign policy, p.o. Commissioner  sele overall quality of air in the environment, it often can be almost tripped over U.S. Rep. Norman ties to Nevada's Sen. Paul Laxalt. T. Garrett 27 539359637562378757439 Que a real problem for non-smokers in small, confined Dicks, D-Bremerton, who used to con- A good friend of President Reagan's, BIG JIM RISES T. Bowler tt 4 5 6 19  -3 4 20 15 24 5 c places. The EPA cannot readily come to one's defense, sider Warren G. Magnuson Batman to Laxalt has already helped arrange a Republican Gov. Jim Thompson of C. ChickH'Geier 138 24 711071514 57117 37381427272817 65 his Robin, and is now hanging his cape presidential campaign appearance for Illinois has pld]ed into the lead in his T. Martin 8 6 23 15 34 19 16 11 44 39 21 18 wit :but nowthere is another organization which is making and mask alongside the new senior HechtandGov. Robert List. Reaganis race with former Sen. AdlaiStevenson, B. Lansberry 2t 7111751 926 835253416 aPF +it easier for non-smokers to enjoy that meal out. senator, still widely popular in conservative III, thanks to Stevenson's lack of money P.O. Commlssioner#2 tesl On Sept. 30, the Fresh Air Non-smokers (FANS) Not that Dicks needed any coattail Nevada, and his visit will give Cannon and charisma. Stevenson has been w Bell 20 9 33 18 61 14 43 12 36 4 39 14 of x help, he got more votes percentage wise even more to worry about, forced to run television commercials o. White  2 9 t8 31 1, 5 6 3 9 29 E. Anderson 14 0 2 8 15 12 11 935 17 28 9 far[ organization will sponsor a smoke-free evening from 8 then Jackson. In Minnesota, the surprise winner of featuring his Marine Corps service to J. Michler 3 4 1 0 8 5 2 2 9 11 15 2 fan p.m. to midnight at the Tin Ear in Spokane, located at But it was a really crazy election, the Democratic primary for governor combat accusations that he is a  Lalonde 3 1 6 3 11 5 8 3 13 18 8 11 ;be W. 321 Sprague. A $1.50 cover charge will beset to I never saw so many fundraisers and wasRudyPerpich, an ex-governor who "wimp." M. Grant 8 7 71421 710 236251713 J. O'Brien, Jr 14 6 24 31 74 19 33 18 61 64 42 27 Con most of them attracted pretty good beat the very liberal state attorney If Thompson manages to win against R. Jacob 3 1 4 3 13 3 4 2 4 18 3 0 Con help cover the costs of having the band Prairie Fire. crowds, despite unemployment, infla- general, Warren Spannaus. But Per- big-name Democrat Stevenson while E. Redman 15 0 2 1 5 5 6 2 10 15 8 6 per: The special aspect of this event will be the release tion, high interest rates, etc. pieh, thrown out of office four years Republicans arelosingelsewhere in the P.O. Commlaeione,#3 of a new directory listing smoke-free restaurants and Candidates doorbelledlike they never ago, has since spent most of his time in industrial Midwest, it could rekindle T. Shrgm 17 ' 3 5 6 15 2 4 have before, and negotiations for the Europe and questions.about how much Thompson's long-held presidential am- c Jarvis 8 2 2 2 8 2 2 C. Blake 1 1 4 2 7 2 4 waiting rooms in Spokane. FANS is working in best locations for yard signs got to the income tax he paid while there have bitions. F. Stranahan 2 0 0 0 4 1 5 conjunction with Spokane hospitals on this project, point, I'm told, that some homeowners been raised. REAGAN TAXES A. Messex 12 15 27 25 52 32 31 Smokers, according to the group, often do not think were charging fees. The Republican nominee, millionaire Faced with constantly-increasing es- J. Hunter 3 1 5 3 5 2 4 One hapless candidate approached businessman Wheelock Whitney, beat timates of the federal budget deficit, A. Salmon 4 0 1 1 4 1 t F. Judd 3 2 1 417 2 0 of others near them when they light up. The one of those immaculately kept homes the hand-picked candidate of retiring White House aides are talking about w. Murray 3 6 5 3 5 3 2 organization urges smokers to: 1) never smoke in front wben a large German Shepherd came COP Coy..M Quie. Whitney, a moder- proposing more tax hikes early next R. Chick 2 1 2 3 3 of children; 2) never smoke near pregnant women; 3) bounding around the corner straight at ate, has no ties to the unpopular quie year. K. Reid 16 2 10 9 38 R. Apple 4 1 2 5 5 him. Since President Reagan refuses to G. Slakley never smoke around small babies; 4) pay attention The candidate shoved a brochure into administration, and has gained censer- 0 tO 39 36 96 vative support by taking a "no new cancel the third year of the 1981 tax cut, o. aauoust  o o  2 to NO SMOKING signs; and 5) not litter cigarette the dog's open mouth, which the dog taxes" pledge, the favorite candidates for tax in- butts, proceeded to eat, then and there. However, once again Republicans creases by Office of Management and  i =   , , But around the corner then came the are pinning their hopes for victory on Budget staffers are: more "tax re- "  Similarly, non-smokers are urged to stand up for dog's owner, who rescued the remains their opponents' liabilities rather than form" measures "such as the ones i   ii  . i  " - their rights, of the brochure, looked at the word on any positive program of their own. recently enacted, an energy tax, or a Fire Dist. #3 Cheney and Medical Lake businesses can write for Democrat on it, and said to the dog: UNDERCUTTING HAIG delay in the indexing of income tax Yes 45 174 57 253 97 235 44 19t 82 12 1,222 "God damn it, Tom! If I've told you The WhiteHousewasnotsurprisedat rates which would prevent workers No 33 56 43 190 87 159 28 130 28 8 783 non-smoking information: FANS, P.O. Box 1357, once, I've told you a hundred times! the recent criticism of President Rea- from being pushed into higher tax Spokane 99210 or call 922-3915. you just bite Republicans!" gan's peace plan by ousted Secretary of brackets through inflation. 81 6648027 62  21412 9 5 t 0 8 7 3 3 " 2 5 5 6 4 2924182811 211 512 2 1 210 2 2 0 ( 2201114 4 2121321 7 1 3 "0--52111 3 13 t0 3 32 27 24 28 4; 0 1 2 9 710 61( 37 89 9 43 12 23 10 2 0 1 2 6 5 8 0 ! (County race information i= i11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 Publication Policy The volume of news the Free Press receives each week for publication makes necessary an organized schedule for receiving and printing stories and photo- graphs. Generally the rule is the earlier items are received, the better the chance for publication. The Free Press requests that contributors observe the following dealines which will be strictly enforced: SPORTS, LATE BREAKING NEWS, OBITUARIES, MEETINGS OF GOVERNMENT AGENCIES- Tuesday, 10 a.m. CHURCH NEWS, WEDDINGS, CLUB MEETINGS, ALL OTHER SOCIAL NEWS- Monday, noon GENERAL ADVERTISING- Monday, 5 p.m. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING- Tuesday, noon All letters must be signed, with the writer bearing sole respon- sibility for their contents, libelous letters will not be printed POSTMASTER: Send address corrections to Cheney Free Press, P.O. Box 218, Cheney, Washington 99004 Published at 1855 1st Street, Cheney, Washington 99004 Second Class Matter entered at the Post Office at Cheney, Washington, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Published every Thursday morning by the Times Pub- lishing Company, Davenport, Washington. Publisher ............................. Jerome H. Jantz Editor ..................................... Tom Thrun Education/Medical Lake .................. 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