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Page 12 Chenev Free Press Thursday, September 23, 1982 Shooting events slated in area. A variety of shooting-related activi- ties are being planned for the next few weeks in the Cheney and surrounding area: Hunter Safety Class The Cheney Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Hunter Edu- cation class this month for youth under Handgun law to change Beginning Jan. 1, 1983, all handguns used for deer, bear or cougar hunting, including the .41 magnum, .44 magnum, .44 automatic magnum and .45 mag- num, must have a minimum barrel length of six inches, the Washington Game Commission ruled during its Aug. 28-29 meeting in Spokane. According to the old regulation, which remains in effect until the end of the year, there is no minimum barrel length for these magnum calibers. Although the change goes into effect after the 1982 big game seasons have closed, the commission made the ruling now so that hunters considering the purchase of a magnum handgun for deer, bear or cougar hunting this year can purchase one that will be legal in coming seasons. Besides the aforementioned mag- nums, deer, bear or cougar hunters may use any handgun of .240 caliber or larger, provided that it has a six-inch minimum barrel length and uses a centerfire cartridge with a minimum overall length (including bullet) of at least two inches (the two-inch mini- mum does not apply to the magnum calibers listed above) and is loaded with a mushrooming or expanding type bullet of 100 grains or heavier. Bob Rasmussen, chief of the Game Department's Wildlife Enforcement Division, reminds hunters that the standard .357 magnum is not a legal handgun for deer, bear or cougar hunting in 1982, nor has the Game Commission acted to make it a legal caliber for future seasons. the age of 18. The class starts Sept. 28 and ends Oct. 7 and will be held on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Fisher Administration Building. To register, call the depart- ment at 235-6134 by Sept. 28. Turkey Shoot The Cheney Parks and Recreation Department and the Cheney Muzzle- loaders Club will hold a Turkey Shoot on Oct. 2 at 2 p.m. at the range. Earlier in the day, starting at 11 a.m., hunters will be allowed to sight-in their guns. For details, call the department at 235-6134. Sight-in Day The Spokane Rifle Club will hold its sight-in days this Saturday and Sunday, and then again on Oct. 2 and 3, at the club on W. Spokane Rifle Club Road. Experts will be on hand to help hunters with rifles and high-power handguns. Cost is $4 per person with one rifle or one pistol, or $6 per person for those having two or more weapons. For details, call the club at 326-9960 or Pistol Chairman Ray Wilhite at 487-3441 or Rifle Chairman George Fischer at 325-1602. Spokane Gun Show IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIII Colville hunting outlined The Spokane Gun Show is planned for Oct. 23 and 24 at the Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds. Hours will be from 9 a.m. John Havlicek, premier player for the Non-Indians who wish to hunt water- sage hen grouse; and mourning doves, to 8 p.m. the first day, as well as from 9 Boston Celtics for 16 years, is serving fowl and certain native game birds on the Colville Indian Reservation this fall will find it much easier to do so than in past years. The Washington State Game Com- mission and the Colville Indians recent- ly signed an agreement that should end much confusion over hunting and fish- ing seasons, bag limits and size limits on the reservation. In the past, sports- men who were not Colville tribal members had to deal with separate, sometimes conflicting tribal and state regulations. Under the new agreement, regula- tions will be drawn up jointly by biologists for the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Indian Reservation and the Game Department and submitted to the Colville Business Council and the state Game Commission for approval. As part of the agreement, the Game Commission has closed the reservation to the hunting and trapping by non- tribal members of all wild animals; blue, ruffed, Franklin, sharptail and Season ending Seasons will be open on all other game bird species, including waterfowl, chukars, quail, Hungarian partridge and pheasants, as listed in the state's 1982-83 hunting regulation pamphlets. The tribe and the Game Department have also agreed that non-tribal mem- bers may fish on Lake Roosevelt and on the Columbia and Okanogan rivers with only a state fishing license--no separate tribal license will be required. Persons planning to hunt or fish on the reservation who are not Colville tribal members must follow both state and tribal regulations and should con- tact the tribal office in Nespelem at 634-4627 for details about tribal require- ments. Rec classes set The Cheney Parks and Recreation Department is offering a wide variety of recreation progams this fall. Classes offered include: aerobic dance, women's exercise, beginning guitar, dog obedience, golf instruction, and fashion coordinating. Sports and leagues to be" organized are men's fullcourt basketball, men's halfcourt basketball, women's halfcourt basket- ball, and Jack 'n Jill volleyball. For information on any of these programs, call the Cbeney Parks and Recreation office at 235-6134. Registra- tion for classes will be held at the Fisher Administration Building, 520 4th St., through Sept. 24. a.m. to 4 p.m. the second day. For table information, call Glen Mattox at 747- 4913 (days) or at (208) 773-0106 evenings in Post Falls, Idaho. as Honorary Chairman for National Hunting and Fishing Day, Sept. 25. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Students, You Will Find a Warm Welcq)me at the Cheney Church of the Nazarene 333 Betz Road We have music (choir & small group), disciple- ship training, Friday night activities, college- age Bible study groups, special speakers. Sunday Schedule: 9:45 a.m. Bible Study. 11:00 a.m. Worship Hour. 4:30 p.m. Choir Practice. 6:00 p.m. Evening Service. Wednesday 7:00 p.m. Bible Study and Discipleship Classes. Catch our bus each Sunday at 9:30 a.m. at Streeter Hall or the P. U.B. Eastern Washington fishermen and women should remember that the trout season on most area lakes will end Sept. 30. The exception will be Williams Lake, which will remain open until Oct. 27 when it will be treated by the Game Department with Rotenone to remove unwanted fish species. GARAGE sale, Sept. 24-25, 1/4 mile north of Cheney Junior High. Drum, ski equipment, books, clothes, furniture, much more. 19p-0 HIGH school debate rummage sale, Sat., Sept. 25, 9 am-5 pm. Furniture, clothes, household items, misc. 902 Summit Dr. 18-19p-0 YARD sale: Glass fireplace doors, heat exchanger, coffee table, aquarium, port-a-crib plus misc. items. Friday only. 10-3, 324 - 4th. 19b-0 MULTIPLE family yard sale: September 25, 8:30 to 12 noon, 817 Cedar. 19b-0 MULTI-family yard sale: New families with lots more items. Sat., 9-3, 406 Washington St. 19b-0 YARD sale left overs. 2 pre- hung doors, 4 doors, screen door, goose decoys, tires, un- derground conduit and wire for mobile home. 235-4966. 19b-0 YARD sale: 9-noon, Saturday, Sept. 25, 310 Holladay Drive, Cheney. 19b-0 YARD sale: Multi-family, household furnishings, dishes, furniture, misc. Saturday, Sept. 25, 209 Cedar, Cheney. 19b-0 YARD sale: Saturday, Sept. 25, starts 8:30. Dishes, clothing, canning jars and misc. 728 Clover Court. 19b-0 YARD sale: Saturday, Sept. 25. Dining table with leaves, fluor- escent light fixture, chairs, desk, golf clubs, adult and children's clothes, lots of misc. 203 Erie, 9-4, no early birds. 19b-0 GARAGE sale: Antiques, Audl- Fox wheels, bed, books, carri- er, chainsaws, clothing, fire- place grate, front mount spare tire, furniture, housewares, lamps, motorcycle helmet, new handmade gifts, playpens, round chimney cap, tools, toys, trailer mirrors, water jugs, working small appliances, misc. treasures. Saturday, 10-3, cash only. No early birds. 414 N. 4th. 19p-0 APARTMENT complex yard sale, Sat. only, 9 to 3, 906 Washington St., next to Red Barn. 19p-0 GARAGE sale: Shop tools, lawn tools, some household. 301 G Street, Cheney. Sept. 24 and 25, 10-4. 19p-0 PINE firewood. $50 cord or $60 delivered. 235-4575. 19p-1 FOR sale: Box springs and mattress set, good condition, $75. Call or come and see it. 235-4337, 528 DuBoise. 19p-1 5 PIECE Ludwig drum set. Zildjian cymbal. 235-6732. 19p-1 1981 RM125X. Low hours, ex- cellent shape, new cylinder. 1976 CR250M, workman's special, as is. 235-6732. 19p-1 FOR sale: Singer zig-zag sew- ing machine, $35. Waring blender $12. 235-4418 after 6 pm. 19p-1 FIREWOOD: Pine, split $65 cord, unsplit $25 pickup load or $45 cord. Call 299-7578 after 6 pro. 19p-1 LUV camper shell, $150. Love- seat, office chairs, corner.unit, small copying machine, base- ball equipment with case. All excellent condition. 5219 Broad, Medical Lake, 299- LIKE new: Ludwig snare drum. New heads, top & bottom. 235-6732. 19p-1 INTERNATIONAL pick-up, 1950 L-120 series, % ton. Runs good, very dependable. Asking $1,000. 235-6268. 19p-1 AUSTIN Healey, '59 bug-eye Sprite. Dependable, smooth- running engine and looks nice. Asking $2600. 235-6268. 19p-1 FOR sale: Daybeds, TV. Call 235-4764 after 5:30 pro. 19p-1 7226. HIDE-A-BED sofa, rust color, $100. Double bed, $25. Dining room table and chairs, $45. 235-8017. 19p-1 '74 AUDI Fox. 78 Honda CVCC. 30-06 Browning auto. CB base antenna. 235-8619. 19p-1 WHITE Frigidaire refrigerator, 17cf, $75. 624-7861 evenings. 19-20b-1 lgpl WWWWW'00'A'*  WATERBEDS .. Compare our Prices We Rent-- Try Before "[ You Buy--We Accept * The Waterbed Suite 9246576 WWWWW*0000 BIKE bargains: Huffy in ex- cellent condition, perfect first bike for a girl aged 5 to 10, only $35. 235-4029. 19b-1 8-FT. cab-over camper, newly reconditioned, 5 hydraulic jacks. $725, accept 12-gauge shotgun as partial trade. 299- 4950. 19b-1 USED clarinet, good condition. $100. Call 235-4358. 19p-1 PIANO: Cable console. Like new. $1400 or trade. 235-4587 or 747-9030. 19b-1 FRANKLIN stove, excellent condition, includes grate, fire- screen, barbecue grill, heat shields. All leather easy chair, very good condition. 235-4707 after 6 pm. 19b-1 LARGE food dryer, $45. Phone 1-245-3423. 19p-1 35MM Ricoh camera, 50mm lens with doubler, case, elec- tronic flash & tripod, $150. 11 Atari cartridges and storage case, $15 each or all for $150. 235-2808 after 6 pm. 19p-1 I I "ARE BIG SALE'S SPECIAL" 28x64, three bedroom, large large great room, cathedral ceiling, house type roof and siding, double density insulation. From $42,900.00 to $38,900.00 SAVE $4,000.00. GOOD USED 14x70, three bedroom, two complete bathrooms, frigerated air conditioner, $45;000.-00 to $13,900.00 on sale. CALL M&M TRAILERS COLLECT 633-0303 Gifts- Stationery T-Shirts - Plaques Posters Bibles - Books Study Helps Sunday School Supplies 505 - 2nd - Cheney 235.2655 M.F 11.6 - Sat. 9.3 conditl 4227. Litter Business Directory WILCOX & SON Carpet Installation, repair and carpet binding Furniture Recovered 21 years experience 299-7478 I I r DUNN.RITE Plumbing Co. Serving Cheney's Builders Licensed Plumbers FREE ESTIMATES New - Remodel Residential -- Commercial 235-5412 CUSTOM REMODELING Large or Small Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Sheetrock, Garages, Basements Call Dale 235-5262 i HOUSE PAINTING -- QUALITY WORK- -REASONABLE RA TES-- --FREE ESTIMA TES-- --LOCAL REFERENCES-- Give me a call and check for yourseff! You've got nothing to lose! Barry at 235-4411 (after six, please!) J ,,, ii i _ _ .A PENCE UNION BUILDING, E.W.U. Cheney. Wa';hington 994 509 235-8417 509 747 7497 ALeS Drive-In HAMBURGERS CHICKEN PIZZA INSIDE DINING MEDICAL LAKE 299-4714 WHEATHEART HANDMADE GIFTS gifts - plants - chocolates and party-mints craft classes - party Ideas - handcrafted items taken on consignment 108 College Ave. 235-2440 Hours: 10-6 M-F 10 OFF FRESH HOMEMADE CANDY BAR WITH THIS AD WALL Y'S EXCA VA "rING BACKHOE DOZER WORK NEW DRIVEWAYS SEPTIC TANKS DRAINFIELDS WATER DITCHES LANDSCAPING 235-8547 Lake City U pholstery estimates, pick-up and delivery Serving the Community for Ten Years 212 E, Lake Street Medical Lake 299.3285 Call for Appointment SAVE YOUR CARPETS PROFESSIONAL DRY CARPET CLEANING *No drying time Recommended by Good Housekeeping and Major Carpet Companies. 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