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L.ake Thursday, September 23, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 9 2 2 25 66 10 44 47 19 136 10 o5 97 = }60 37 ! 219 85 2: 12 4 i teers 'play' with fire n ooooooooooooooooooooooooooo4 o / o tivities are in full 2 Lake Elementary Lad parents partici- ty of school events. [th-grade students to the fossil pits in achers Del Clute, aron Huffman will firen. hool's nurse and PTSO conducted a m. /n full s wing all students which hearing, height, tudents determined to need additional attention, will re- ceive a referral slip advising them to make an appointment with their pri- vate physicians. In other school news, Principal Jim Van Matre reported that more than 350 parents and their children attended the "Back to School Night" open house where PTSO President Chuck Stanton presided. Late last week, the fifth and sixth grade safety patrol received their cards at an induction ceremony led by Medi- cal Lake Police Officer Eric Zappey. car wash Sept. 25 too cold to do it have members High School cars' summer t. 25 the AFJROTC Union 76 station in Medical Lake and at the Old National Bank parking lot at Fairchild Air Force Base from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. A basic vehicle sudsing is $1.50 and for 50 cents more the students will vacuum all that summer beach sand out of your vehicle too. Proceeds from the car wash fund a variety of AFJROTC activities, parties and field trips. 1982 Sie Cowort was fined $30 Cheney, was D. Mendez, was fined $30 for lild Air Force Base, was with a suspended E. Nelson, Yakima, James V. for speed- Medical Lake, pied mlawful issuance of a fined $250, $200 a total of $80 and in jail, 60 days Randall failure to appear driving. a trial postponed of driving while ring and resisting Lake, pied not a dog at large unlicensed dog. A V. 1. Spokane, had a to appear to hear a valid operators lOaded pistol in a pled not guilty to a and guilty to a valid operators set for Nov. 1. in Medical Lake "There's nothing like the real thing," was the comment of Medical Lake Fire Chief Bud Revill as he watched his volunteer firemen douse a practice blaze last Saturday. The chief noted that the rare opportunity for a practice blaze, made possible through a donation of an abandoned house to the department, gives many of the volunteers first.hand experience of what they learn in classes. "It's not until you feel the heat on your skin and try to work your way through a smoke-filled room that all the book learning really starts to make sense," he said. The fire department staffs 23 volunteers who train on a weekly basis to provide comprehensive protection to Medical Lake residents and the state institutions. Revill said the fire company is currently studying their equipment needs and will enter their requests for new and used equipment to update their present firefighting capacity. After the practice blaze volunteers returned to the classroom to discuss their experiences and learn from errors that might have been made during the procedure. One of the most valuable parts of the training, the chief said, ere the comments and suggestions of first.timers. "Often, us old.timers get used to doing things a certain way; the comments made by these new guys will often give you a fresh way of looking at a situation and provide suggestions you can use in the future." Military Affairs Zemler John D. Zemler, son of Edwin and Elaine Zemler of Route 1, Medical Lake, received practical work in mili- tary leadership at the Army ROTC Advanced Camp, Fort Lewis, Wash. The six-week training includes in- struction in first aid, communications, marksmanship, orienteering weapons, weapons systems, defensive and offen- sive tactics, reconnaissance techniques and other areas. Most cadets fulfill their advanced camp requirement during the summer between their junior and senior years in college. The successful completion of the advanced camp and graduation from their respective college or univer- sity will result in the student's being commissioned a second lieutenant in the active Army or the U.S. Army Reserve or National Guard. Zemler is a student of Washington State University, Pullman. Humphries Jack L. Humphries, son of Ethel D. and stepson of Lyle J. Bearden of Baldwin Park, Calif., has been pro- moted in the U.S. Air Force to the rank of master sergeant. Alcohol A Problem? The Nightmare! Humphries is a missile facilities technician at Ellsworth Air Force Base, S.D., with the 44th Strategic Missile Wing. His wife, Air Force Staff Sgt. Donna D. Humphries, is the daughter of Jacqueline B. Jones of Medical Lake. Sonny and Andrla Gelio of the Medical Lake area retumed to the Spokane Interstate Fair with their T h Beefalo cattle. Pictured above is three-year-old l, a L' s a Smokey Joe, who is 28 percent buffalo. The second. b u n c h o' bu II ,.nere,,o. bu,, we,oh, o... one ton. The Gallos now have over 150 head of Beefalo and have re- ceived USDA certification to market their meat. -..,, ,, II I I i- i i iii OPEN I g a.m.-6 p.m. Owl Pharmacy Mon.-Sat. MEDICAL LAKE 290-8113 CHENEY 238,78441 ISpokane # !13i6"/8l MEDICAL LAKE & CHENEY STORES 5 FUNCTION - DIGITAL QUARTZ 'Disposable' Watches When =t quits workingjust throw it away ONE YEAR GUARANTEE $7.99 I FOR YOUR INFORMATION I eRiE J COLD SYMPTOMS? ASK OUR L PHARMACISTS. THEY CAN HELP YOU. Churches Lake City Assembly of God "'Fellowship of the Unashamed" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 8:00 a.m. Morning Worship 9:30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6:00 p.m. Praise 5` Prayer Wed., 7 p.m. Family Night Bryan Arneson, Pastor 299-3139 M.L. Community Church N, 203 Washington 299-3286 Sunday School 9:45 Worship Hour 1 I:00 Family Night 7.'00 Wednesday Christ Centered Bible Believing Max Geisdorf, Pastor (IFCA) St. John's Lutheran Church Worship Hour 11:00 a.m. Sunday School 9.'45 a.m. Wayne Olsen, Pastor 2994771 S. 223 Hallett, Med. Lake, 2994114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. - Sun. 8:305" lO a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. 5" 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Meal. Lake, 299.3585 Sept. 25 at Riverside Volksport '82 welcomes all The physical fitness movement in America is stronger than ever and growing larger every day. Commercial gyms and fitness spas report record attendance and it is possible to go by any area park at just about any time and see huffing and puffing joggers decked out in satin designer jogging suits and color-coordinated running shoes. Another form of exercise has taken hold in America which not only avoids the swollen ankles and shin splints of over-zealous runners, but is just as rewarding physically and can be done by everyone. In the United States it is called Volksporting, but in Germany where the sport originated, the correct name is Volksmarch. A Volksmarch is a 10, 20 or 30 kilometer walk. Everyone can Volks- march; young, old, handicapped and the entire family. A typical German Volksmarch winds through plenty of scenic countryside and participants can carry cameras and picnic lunches. American military personnel discov- ered the joys of Volksmarching during the early 70's when the exercise craze was just beginning to catch on. The vast American Forces community in Ger- many suddenly found itself in the center of a mushrooming program where thousands of Europeans took to the woods and trails every weekend to commune with nature and exercise non-competitively. "Americans have really become en- thusiastic Volksmarchers over the past five or so years," says John Everly who has spent over half of 22 years in the Air Force assigned to Germany and who is now stationed at Fairchild. "The good thing about Volksmarch- ing is that you do it at your own pace. If you want to take three hours to go 10 kilometers, then do it. If you want to stop and rest, take a picture, or enjoy a picnic lunch, you can. There's no pressure and nobody is racing anyone. In Volksmarching all you have to do is pay the small entry fee, complete the walk, and you'll get a really nice pewter medal and your distance recorded." The American Volksport Association was formed in 1977 and hosted two events that year. In 1981 there were well over 100 events, and that number has already been surpassed in 1982. The AVA decided to call their events Volksport because it was feared that people would misinterpret Volksmarch to mean hundreds of in-step automa tons marching relentlessly to the finish line. Ever since bicycling and swim- ming events have been added to the schedule the term Volksport has come to include all three. The IVV, which is the abbreviation for the International Federation of Popular Sports, was created in Europe during 1968 as an international alliance of non-profit sports organizations. In the United States, the governing organi zation for IVV Volksporting is the AVA with headquarters in Fredericksburg, Texas. Only AVA sanctioned events are recognized by the IVV. Fairchild Air Force Base is spon soring a 10 kilometer Volksmarch called 'Global II' Saturday, Sept. 25, at Riverside State Park. This AVA sanc- tioned event is open to everyone. Participants in Global II who would like to receive the official pewter medal and IVV stamp can register at the park on the day of the event for $5. Volksmarchers who don't desire a medal, but would like to have the distance recorded will have to pay a $1 processing fee. Anyone who just wants to enjoy the walk, good company. refreshments and find out what Volks- marching is all about can take part free of any charges. Over 10,000,000 people take part in Voiksport annually. Now is the time to discover this unique sport that every- one wins. For information on Global II call the Fairchild Public Affairs Office at 247-5704. Subscribe ATTENTION: Airway Heights Residents Hi!! Your Cable T.V. company is under new management. In order to aquaint you with our company we are offering a IFALL SPECIAL] MTV--Music television added to your basic service at no additional charge. WGN--Chicago independent added to your basic service at no additional charge. 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