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Page 6 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 11, 1982 Firefighters donate goods Cheney firefighters recently collected over eight boxes of food for the Cheney Food Bank at their Haunted House event at City Hell. Reprssenting the Food Bank, at left, is Georgisnla Smith. Also pictured in front, from left, are Bob Harvey, Elton Neustal, Oral Tiedt, Sergio Bocez end Wayne Wilkerson. In row two are Gary Hartford, Donna McClelland of the Park and Recreation Department which helps sponsor the event, Robin Keyes, Elmo Bartlett, Marty Stant0n, Gary Anderson and Russ Steiner. In back are Dan Bass, Ed Knokey, Dan Pool, Charlle Weber, Russ Mace and Ray Steiner. Below, firefighters show an Anatomical Anne doll which they donated for CPR classes. +. court Report Airway Heights Municipal Court Oct. 26, 1982 Judge Patricia Womick Jeffrey Cameron was fined a total of $48 for speeding'and not having his license on his person. Donald P. Osborn was fined $24 for speeding. Gail Wynne Grant was fined $84 and hod o l-doy sentence suspended on o third-degree theft charge. James R. Hays had o request for o license continued to Nov. 2. Cheney Municipal Court Judge Daniel Maggs Oct. 28, 1982 Traci D. Fields was found not guilty on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Michael A Honeycutt had a simple assault charge dismissed, but was fined $44 for disorderly conduct. Jeffrey R. Johnson was fined $100 and hod o tO-day sentence suspended for possession of marijuana. George E. Lund had $200 of a $250 fine suspended and 170 dayl of o 180-day sentence suspended in connection with a charge of driving while under the influence of alcohol. William C. Sizemore had a third-degree theft charge continued, John E, Chilson had a petition approved in connection with an evaluation. Joseph A. Belknap hod a speeding charge continued. Charles O. Bollinger was fined $30 for speeding. Jeffrey L. Buffer was fined $60 for speeding. Paul J. Chapman had a speeding charge continued. Edwin E, Croft faied to appear on a speeding charge, Kimberly J. George was fined $15 for permitting an unlicensed driver to operate a vehicle. Nancy M. Leichner was fined $19 for speeding. Lucile L Knowlen was fined $2,5 for speeding. Joseph E. Monforton was fined $30 for speeding. James L. Moody was fined $50 for speeding. Monied L Pabst had a speeding charge continued for three months, pending dismissal Kerri J. Simmons was fined $19 for failing to yield after stopping. Roger P. Wiest was fined $30 for speeding. Christine A. White was fined $19 for speeding. Fined minimal amounts for parking infractions were Terri Grunst, Craig Hancock, Ann Snyder and Samuel Wetterhus. Judy C. Burnham was fined $24 for not having a valid license. Heather D. Hughes hod a minor-in-possession charge continued to Nov. 18. ChaHes A. Sterzelbach had trial set for Dec. 9 on a charge of hit-and*run, involving an unoccupied vehicle. Alan Zunke had o charge of foiling to respond to a parking infraction dismissed. Cheney Municipal Court Nov. 4, 1982 Daniel L Boor was fined $80 and had a 90-day sentence suspended in connection with a charge of driving with a suspended hcense. Deborah Davis was fined $45 for driving with o suspended license. Ronald C. Ellingsen failed to appear on a charge of simple assault, Ronald W, Olsen had a charge of simple assault continued to Dec. 9. Leslie G. Peter.Ton was found not guilty on o dog-at-large charge. Edward Williams was fined $150 and a hod a 90-day sentence suspended for driving with a suspended license. John C. Wynecoop was found not guilty of malicious mischief. Bruce G. Neilsen was fined $45 for speeding. Jeffrey R, Bunch was fined $120 for speeding. Coyetono Caballero was fined $15 for expired tabs. Edwin E. Craft was fined $37 for speeding. Gregory G. Dclvenport was fined $30 for speeding Brent R. Foien was fined $37 for seding. Leslee K. Funderbuck was fined $15 for foiling to stop. Michelle L Irvin was fined $15 for speeding. Carol Lynn Miller was fined a total of $45 for speeding and foiling to stop. Tessie A. Minson was fined $30 for speeding. Sandra G. Olinger was fined $19 for speeding. Janice C, Harris was fined $19 for failing to yietd. Gary O. Campbell forfeited $15 for expired tabs. Thomas A. Froese forfeited $15 for expired tabs. David A. Hathaway forfeited $15 for expired tabs. Donna N. Mooney forfeited $29 for expired tabs. George Zepeda was fined $1 for a parking infraction. Robert F. Hanoger forfeited $57 for speeding. Ahmed AIRLIN TRAVE E CAREERS Are you looking for a CAREER? Find out about placement opportunities with over 40 AIRLINES. JOIN THE PROVEN WINNER INTERNATIONAL AIR ACADEMY *Proven Placement Assistance *Hands-On Computer Training *VA, BIA and State Approved *Tuition Assistance Available YOU ARE INVITED NO OBLIGATION ORIENTATION Wednesday, November 17 2 p.m. & 7 p.m. Sheraton Hotel Spokane, WA Mohammed Jassir forfeited $15 for expired tabs. Phillip L. Lockwood forfeited $37 for required headlights. Ricky W. Peterson forfeited $15 for expired tabs. Daniel E. Priest forfeited $15 for expired tabs. Gary Lee Volesky forfeited $37 for a required motorcycle endorsement. Mark R. Allard forfeited $100 in connection with a charge of failing to respond to a parking infraction. Carol Ann Rogers was fined $t5 for having an expired license. Dale V. Warnick was fined $10 and hod o O0-day sentence suspended for not having a valid hcense. James W. Wasem was appointed a public defender m connection with the charge of reckless driving. Rick J. Ellis had a bad-check charge continued for one month, pending dismissal. Jeffrey Cuibertson failed to appear on six charges of unlawful issuances of checks. Recreation Results Men's Halfcourt Basketball Schedule - Thursday, Nov. 11 Overlie's vs. D.J.'s, 7 p.m: Fisher Ableman vs Tom's Chevron, B p.m., Fisher Goiger Sonics vS Miswints, 9 p.m,, Fisher Chargers vs C-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-:-ofy's, 7 p.m., So,nave City Dumps vs Willow Swings, 8 p.m., Solnove Men's Halfcourt 3skeH:xH Results - Thursday, Nov. 4 Misprints over City Dumps Ableman's over Geiger Sonics Chargers over D.J.'s Overlie's over Tom's Chevron Willow Springs over Goofy's Men's Fullcourt Basketball Schedule + Tueecloy, Nov, 16 Goofy's vs Elegant Egg, 6:45 p.m., Fisher Anderberg Chevrolet vs BilVs Tavern, 8 p.m., Fisher Port of Entry vs Applebiossom,. 9:15 p.m., Fisher Jack-N-Jill Volleyball League Results - Wednesday, Nov. 3 Chargers over Raid Ramjets Who Knows over Oigbalter Volleyballers Chargers over Who Knows Rojo Ramjets over DigbaHer VolleybalJer --- # New tire dealership EARLY BIRDS Gutter Dusters 6 2 Crazy J's 6 2 Alley Cats 4 4 Deep Canyon Ranch 4 4 Jake's Steak Pit 4 4 ONB #2 4 4 ONB #1 2 6 K&S Enterprises 2 6 High Team Total: Alley Cats, ]694. High Team Game: Aley Cats, 613. High Individual: Lori Mi|san, 1961 Kathy Hayes, 194. SCRATCH CLASSIC Boots insurance 145V, 104% The Glasserie 134 I 16 Cheney Bowl 131V2 t18V, Gary's Union 128 I/2 121V2 #I I19Y, 130V2 Rainiec 117 133 Goofy's 115V 1341/, Schhtz 108V2 1411/, High Team Total: Cheney Bowl, 2421. High Teorn Game: Cheney Bowl, 682. High Individual: Larry Johnston, 958(4), 695(3), 263; Judy Zoppone, 790(4), 601 (3); Kathy Borsch, 231 TUESDAY TRIO SCRATCH #3 Miller High Life #4 #8 #6 Chet's Flowers Willow Creek Angus 107% 142V, Ad-Shir-Tizing 77V, 172V, High Team Total: #3, 2435. High Team Game: #3, 722. High Individual: Jim Dyck Jr., 915(4), 744(3), 278; Gwen McCormack. 751(4), 556(3); Nrlene McCorkle, 214. MERRY MIXERS Hot Shots 25 15 Goodtimers 25 15 Hopefuls 24 16 Happy Hookers 21 181 Excell Foods 18V 21V Scrambers 17Y2 22V Skin Flints 17V 221A Rose Bowls 11 29 High Team Total: Hopefuls. 2410, 871. High Individual: Gordon Wright, 558; Joe Spuler, 208; Pat McKinley, 548, 233. KOFFEE KUP KEGLERS Ms. Fits 23 23 Jokes Steak Pit Miller Lite Sleepers 22 14 West Plains Service Formerettes 20 16 R.O.T.C. 18 18 Cheney Cable 4 Questions 16V 19V Joey August Roger's Auto Parts Sunflowers 16 20 Nabisco Brands Helol 14V 21 V= Morion Homes Alley Cats 13 13 High Team Total: Farmerettes, 2189. High Team Game: Sleepers, 773. High Individual: Doris Jorgenson, 552; Lois Merrill, 202. AUTOMOTIVE Anderberg Chevrolet S O Andre Romberglns. 5 O Pioneer Union 76 4 1 Elegant Egg 3 2 Bill's Tavern 2 3 Sprogue Viking 1 4 Ratcliffe Ford 0 5 Courtesy Auto O 5 High Team Total: Anderberg Chevrolet, 3046. High Team Game: Andre Romberg Ins., 1075. High Individuah Dale Stettler, 247, 652. Les Schwab Tires has opened Cheney outlet this week In the old store and shop, located near the intersection of Elm and First_" Reiman comes to Cheney with five years of experience as an as. ! Les Schwab store In Woodburn, Ore. Assisting ReJman in Cheney .wl. of Walls Wall& The new business offers complete tire, battery 7 ' [gr over 1,200 tires now In stock, t I Veteran's Day progr00 154 96 Cheney American Legion Post #72 is outreach Vet Ce.". 1 i e 1,m,/ Ol,/, inviting the public to participate in a VA medicine i. 2 oB Veteran's Day Program on Nov. 11 at l than 100 of the NIi l' 128 122 125 25 p.m. at Cheney City Park, located near schools. Its me;_..,li. 1121/' 1371/2 the Cheney Fire Station. than $6billion a u Speaking will be Nastern Washington has been run' University R.O.T.C.'s Col. George system--107 ceOl Massey and Mayor Tom Trulove. more opening i  e: The public is being invited to play Since heel9 "Turkey Games" on Nov. 13 at the 1944, Cheney American Legion Hall, be- active duty ginning at 4 p.m. All proceeds will go to educational the Patient's Activities Fund at the The VA sends Spokane Veteran's Hospital. Games pension cheCkS r  will continue until all turkeys and ye:r to five .m. m'nisters a life ". certificates are gone. The VA has 172 medical centers and more than $100 :,,.l, . 226 outpatient clinics which treated 1.3 "the VA also gull li- million inpatients and 18 million out- more than $tN BUSINESSMEN ,+ 2+ 43 29 39 33 38 34 34 38 31 41 30 42 27 45 3m fl: ob BOWLERETTES 27 13 ! 26 14 25 15 18 22 17 23 14V 2SV 10 30 High Team Total: Jake's Steak Pit, 2701. High Team Come: Morion Homes, 939. High Individual: Bob Johnson, 225, 597. Deep Canyon Ranch Key Tronics Cheney Bowl F&M Bank The E{egant Egg Cornwall Machinery Dave Burnhom's Flying Service Telephone Utilities High Team Total: Key Tronics, 2707. High Team Game: Key Tronics, 973. High Individual: Louise Sievers, 202; Pat Cox. 542. SUNDAY MIXED FRIDAY NIGHTMIXED Pioneer Union 24 12 #3 Lightweights 26 14 Chet's Flowers 23 13 #5 22V 17V Equitable Life-Savers - 20 16 #6 22 18 Prickly Pairs 17 19 #7 20Vs 19V Latah Insurance 17 19 #2 19 21 Deep Canyon Ranch 17 19 #4 Try Again 19 21 Boot's Insurance 13 23 #8 Eight Bolls 17V 22V Cheney Locksmith 13 23 #1 Country Bumpkins 13V= 26V= High Team Total: Pioneer Union, 2390. High Team High Team Total: #3 Lightweights, 2198. High Indivi- Game: Cheney Locksmilh, High individual: Joe dual: George Schryer, 217, 582; Carol Horgrove, 226, Sauthwell, 628, 239; Barb Boots, 193, 532. 554. Just like magic SAVE 40% ON PHONE BILLS! Here's a trick you can pull to save extra dollars on your phone bill. You actually save 40% on regular day rate calls when you direct dial using our new TOLL-PAC service. Just pre-select the communities within 70 miles that you call most often. Then, direct dial any hour, any day of the week. 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Morning Worship and Communion 11:00 a.m. Sunday Evening Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m. Choir Practice Sun., 9:15 a.m. John Myers, Pastor Phone 235-8368, 235-4148 Cheney Baptist Church 2nd Et Oakland SUNDAY Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:00 p.m. Evening Worship 7:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer Meeting 7:00 p.m. Pastor Robert Thomason 235-6400 Cheney Seventh-day Adventist Church 1 mile north on Highway 904 Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Saturday Worship 11:00 a.m. Family Night Wed., 6:30 p.m. Pastor Larry Unterseher 235-6000 299-4925 St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church Sixth and Annie Race Masses: Sat, 5:30 p.m. Sun. 9:00 El" 11:00 a.m Holy days (as announced) Confession: Sat. 4:00-5:00 p.m. Father John Oosterman 235-6229, 838-8069 3rd 8, Pine  Sunday SchoSoUN  i Worship Hour 1 Evening Bible H,ll WEDNI'J Family 2 cIN:iI:tRiCtJ 4th and G Stree l Church School ; Morning worshJJ Nursery ', Cheney As, eeting at M Center," J Sunday SchoOl Morning Worship I Evening ServiCe ,,dr Call about Mid'll Duanei CheneY 4 of the 1 co..,+;;;o,,I Sunday SchoO I J Morning WorShiP i Choir Practice i Evening Worship  (Nursery availa WEDNJ Adult Bible StU ::1 Faith Center Foursquare Gospel Church 216 6th Sunday 10:00 a.m. Wednesday 7:00 p.m, Steve Perry, Pastor - 235-6402 Teen Bible studYA J. C. PultS, P Terry Cummin' 23r:"" J Emmancel CbWl 639 Elm St, Sunday SchoOl Worship Class for Adults d: Pastor philiP Worship for Stt I Campus  United Church of Christ St. Paul's E 423 N 6th 2354193 Corner ' '1 Adult Fellowship Monthly Holy Eucharioo ! Church School 10:00 a.m. Church Sch _ Worship Service 11:00 a.m, (Babysitt' Nursery Care 9:45-12:15 Rev.--CllCl9 The Rev. Harold aDdle 23' 235-4969