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m Lake Thursday, Sept. 26, 1985 Cheney Free Press Page 1A ining keeps firemen prepared by Jackie Casper Lake Volunteer Fire with Fire District 3 Cheney Fire Department exercise Sept. 21. of Medical Lake, dona- on the corner of Percivall t. Medical Lake Fire Chief said she wants to rebuild on the three fire depart- to practice tech- have learned in the class- the department is always 'a place like this to practice. firefighters exact conditions would find in an actual began at 8 a.m. A set inside the house along stove. The electri- smoker provided and the stove pro- without flames. The fire- proceeded to carry out rescue procedures through smoke carrying out ahead said when all of the men enough practice with Firefighters watch the blaze burn the remains of the house that was donated to the Medical Lake Volunteer Fire Department for practice purposes, rescue techniques they then set sma]l of practice was finished, the men then water hoses could be practiced. fires inside the house for the firemen let the whole house begin to blaze so Revill said the house has to be on the to practice putting out. When this stage firefighting from the outside with the ground when they are finished, but they take their time. slowing down the burning process to practice. "A price can't be put on the training the crews received today," Revill said. ......... Along with the fire departments, the Medical Lake ambulance service was on hand. Assistant Chief Dick Wynne did most of the leg work, getting the depart - ments together, said Revill. There were between 40 to 50 firefight- ers at the scene each probably entering the house three to four times. The practice was broken down into sections. One for new recruits, so they could be observed by the trainers; one for the more advanced for retraining purposes and one for the old timers as a challenge. Fire was set to the house earlier than expected because there were not as many men on hand as expected. Some had other classes to attend, Revill said. This gave the firefighters hands on techniques that can't be gotten from the classroom. It also tested the air packs and the workers reaction to them. Laurel Tanaka, Mary Lou Perry and Loraine Branson, three five-year fight- ters from Fire District 3 said, "It's hard work but we won't let each other quit." story hours are success Students attend Blair This year, instead of attending school Call Botteen Annex at 244-3616 or first split story hours this it was much better'ki, ith One is at 9:30 am. the Take your pick but to one of our fun time . They are loads of fun. by Pat- ( author of Never Sniff Our author with his for snubbing the sublime the ridiculous, cele- the Great Outdoors. As loyal fans have discovered, nature lover uproarious tales about and camping-and between. YOUR SERVE by If you're a Christian to be more Christlike, how your natural selfish Is it really possible, in THE SUMMER OF JACK LONDON by Andrew Fenady. Fascinated by the life of Jack London, veteran Hollywood writer Fenady recreates in fiction one pivotal summer in the life of America's beloved novelist, who, though he died at 39, will live on forever in his famous novels. THE MAGIC KINGDOM by Stanley Elkins. John Irving said that Stanley Elkin's genius "lies in his ability to make the unlikely seem not only true but commonplace." And in this book he practices his unique alchemy on some of the most unusual characters in contemporary fiction. You will never meet more memorable--or endearing-- children than the seven terminally ill kids who have been chosen to go to Disney World for a last hurrah. Disney World becomes for Elkin's heroic chil- dren a kind of Lourdes. Bearing their painful afflictions amidst Disney's magical fantasy, they are funny, tough, ing, he expected to find things pretty much as he'd left them. Broke and road-weary, he was ready to pick up the pieces of the life he'd abandoned when, grieving over the death of his father, he'd dropped out of his last year at Princeton to begin an aimless, heedless journey across America. On his return however his old home was neither cold nor dark, and his mother was not where he was sure she would be-as a matter of fact he found nothing as he was sure it would be. DAVITA'S HARP by Chaim Potok. Another of Potok, deeply involved in human emotions story of the profound sometimes joyous, sometimes painful effect religion can have on us. This story is about a young girl in a mixed religious family (her father, a Gentile, her mother a Jew) and how they compromised their beliefs into some- thing that was neither right or satisfy- ing to either and the insight that this on campus, Lakeland Village's 23 stu- dents under 21 will be boarding a bus to travel to the Botteen Annex of Blair Elementary at Fairchild AFB for class- es, according to a news release by the school. Because the number of Lakeland students under the age of 21 gets smaller each year, the Medical Lake program was able to move to Blair. The same Medical Lake staff will stay with the program. The physical transition to the new quarters has been fairly smooth, ac- cording to Femme Munn, program coordinator Instructional programs are essential- ly the same. The students are in three . groups according to their ski Hlevels. According to the teachers, the stu- dents like going to school on the bus. Femme Munn welcomes anyone who would like to see the school program. 244-3617. The campus school building will be remodeled as a part of the new Habilitation Center to be built in the final phase of Lakeland's construction plans. Van Matre to receive award Medical Lake School Administrator, Jim Van Matre has been selected a National Distinguished Principal. The U.S. Department of Education and the National Association of Ele- mentary School Principals selected Van Matre for the award. The National Distinguished Principal Award will be presented by Secretary of Education William Bennett at a "black tie" reception and banquet, Oct. 3 in Washington, D.C. The award is reserved for principals who assume the challenging responsi- bility of promoting quality education for young people during their early years and for contributing to a greater understanding of principal leadership. As president of the Association of Washington School Principals during 1984-85, Van Matre provided outstand- ing leadership for principals through- out the state of Washington and worked closely with the Legislature, State Board of Education, and the Superin- tendent of Public Instruction on school reform issues. The SCENTsational HOT POT Creates a SCENTsation throughout your HOME. Living Room Dining Room available at... Bedroom Bathroom Owl Pharmacy Medical Lake ALL YEAR ROUND out for number one" adopt the kind of servant modeled for us? This conflict which motiva- Swindoll to do a two year biblical concept of servant- book. This book is be a great help in your School Lunch Menu Sept. 30 s, tasty green beans, pea- fruit cup and milk. TUesday, Oct. I ban burritos, tater rounds crisp cucumber slices, hot Wedge and milk. Oct. 2 seasoned corn, celery milk. Oct. 3 & cheese with wiener Salad with dressing, yum- With butter, peaches and Priday, Oct. 4 s, buttered mixed veget- rolls and lily Medicine Lake R. Newkirk, M.D. Meltzer, P.A. F. Murray, M.D. 7 Broad St. 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Lake Dental Clinic C. Toillion D.D.S. Peterson, D.D.S. J. Puhek, D.D.S. 299-5171 andtrue, young girl has into the unhappiness of Weekly MILL SONG by William Harding. her parents choice of giving up their When Philip Trent returned home afternearly three years of restless wander- respective beliefs, events ----,COUPON SAVINGS---- Council approves bid j i Thursday, Sept. 26 [ Daddy Bill's Special [ The Medical Lake City Council voted cities, making the total amount invest- Medical Lake Planning Commission-- meets at 7 p.m. at City Hall. | | ed by each individual city not as significant a debt as it would have been if only one county tried to have the golf course built, said council members. City Councilman Wayne Olson, public works committee, also discussed deep- ening the drainage ditch that runs below Highway 902. Although the state put in the drainage pipes, it is the responsibility of the city to deepen the culvert, Olson said. Earl Davis, zoning officer, said it would cost the city $3,000 to hire crews to deepen the area. The money could be taken from the emer- gency contingency fund. Deepening the culvert would help avoid the situation of water overflowing onto the highway, Olson said. to approve the bid given by the 3D Fire Appartus Company, for delivery of the new fire truck at their regular meeting Sept. 17. The council gave approval also for the mayor to enter into a contract with the company for the fire truck. The 3D bid of $130,814 was the lowest bid the public safety council received. The delivery time for the truck will be eight to nine months. The total cost of the truck at delivery time will be $157,641. In other business the council decided to approach the city councils of Cheney, Airway Heights and Spokane in search of support for the Park West project. The Medical Lake council feels that the project could be entered into by the four Phone books are distributed customers can stop in and give Village Supply their phone number and receive a directory. Village Supply is distributing the 1986 Spokane telephone directory for Medi- cal Lake. Medical Lake telephone \\; Bess's Day Send a message to your boss in our Oct. 17th issue of the Cheney Free Press. You can also supply us with your favorite photo. Call for costs and details. Deadline is Monday, Oct. 14th CONTACT Barbara 235-6185 Job's Daughters--Bethel 26, 7 p.m. | Tuesday, Oct. I | Medical LakeCity Council--will meet at | 7:30 p.m. in City Hall. | Golden Age Club--noon potluck, city | hall council chambers. I Storytime-9:30 a.m. and 10:15 a.m. in | the Library. | Wednesday, Oct. 2 Medical Lake Kiwanis Club-meets at | 6:30 a.m., Daddy Bill's. I Rainbow Assembly--Fairchild 153, 7 | p.m. $3.25 + tax Expires 9.28.85 Daddy Bill's Medical Lake Winter Hours Begin Oct. 299-5126 lst: I 1 a.m.- 7 p.m. Mon.-Sat. I We Proudly Serve [Ik'_JJ As Our Only Soft Drink I t Church Directory Lake City Assembly of God "',4 Church with a caring heart'" 400 East Grace 299-3139 SUNDAY SERVICES 9.'30 a.m. School of the Bible 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship 6.OO p.m. Praise 0 Prayer Wed. 6:45 p.m. Family Night Thurs. 7p.m. LIFE Groups Darwin Mclntosh, Pastor 299-3139 St. John's Lutheran Church Sunday School- All ages 9.'45 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion 1st  3rd Sun. Wayne Olsen, Pastor 2994771 St. 223 Hallett, Med. Lake 2994114 St. Anne Catholic Church MASSES Sat. 6p.m. - Sun. 8.'30  10 a.m. Holy Days 9 a.m. [ 7p.m. Father Bernard Schiller E. 708 Lake, Med. Lake 299-3585 Community Church Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service l 1:00 a.m. "Fireside Chat'" 6:00 p. m, AWANA Clubs K-6 6:20 Wednesday Mdweek Bible Studies in Homes Jack G. Lewis, Pastor, 299-3286 Medical Lake Directory of Business Services Commercial Printing Business Cards Letterheads Forms Cheney Free Press 1855 1st F&M B.C. 235-6184 L Sunshine Styling Salon S. 108 Lefevre - Medical Lake Jeanne Wright Herrlette Mclnnis 21S,?.82 Watkins Products Distributor Medical Lake Auto Parts & Repair Brakes Tune-ups Oil Changes Parts Stanley & Hwy 902 299-3724 Your business needs to be publicized!