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Library closed Nov. of Veterans be closed on an all-staff Enormous presented on Two per- at 3:30 are re- lat the library for the per- attend. a group of 0y reading, Satur- tll a.m. at the dates 27. Any in- welcome to by Friends of ) have read books Christopher takes place in A govern- that a River and, set off a chain dams to novel. THE SHINING by Stephen King: an interesting book about a family that is taking care of a Colorado hotel for the winter. Danny, the five-year-old boy, has a power called "The Shining". The hotel, which is possessed, takes over Jack, the father, and tries to kill off Wendy and Danny. There is a thrilling climax in which Danny succeeds in savin himself and helps his mother and DICK, a cook, to escape. MY ANTONIA by Willia Cather: about a Bohemian girl and her family after they emigrate to America and settle on the Nebra- ska plains. It tells about their hardships such as finding a place to live, getting food and making money o survive. WORDS BY HEART by Ovida Sebestyen: a story of Lena who can recite Scripture by heart and wins a Bible-quoting contest. Her success bring problems for her black family rather than the honor she desired. MISTER GOD, THIS IS ANNA by Fynn: a story about a small, homeless girl who is adopted into a family. She proves to be very unique, for she has a special relationship with "Mr. God". In her short but full life, she dis- covers her own answers to life's hardest questions. ry sets sale 1982 for barg'in vinter reading at SPokane Public to 7 p.m. in the W. 906 Main, :or 50 cents each, 1.0 cents each. Special titles, first editions, old or rare books and reference sets, such as encyclopedias, will be priced separ- ately. Silent bids will be accepted on all remaining materials from 7 to 7: 30 p.m. after the sale closes. The bids will be opened at 7:30 p.m.; all items must be removed from the library auditorium by 10 a.m. the following day. ure supernatural is the theme this weekend as the Associated Students of University present the world beyond at both childlike From Witch Mountain combines the mystery of from outer space. The 93 minute film is an exciting kids from the extra-terrestrial community of Witch Angeles and are kidnapped for their extraordinary the film begins at t :30 p.m. and is free. The Saturday 1:30 p.m. Admission is 50 cents for children under 13 / one dollar at on Nov. 2o the ASEWU will present a special showing of n to the record-breaking movie, a children's magic show is at 12:30 p.m. in the PUB second-floor lounge. At this free Lch magic tricks and learn how to pull a few of their own a workshop with the magician. takes a turn into the world of black spiritualism People is shown in Showalter Auditorium. Admission to ! hew version of a horror classic, a unique race of people leopards terrorize a city. This film is rated R for NEARLY IOOYEARS, OUR FIELD. kno\\;s aboul Kubota mid-,,izc tractor,, But Jhata' root date back to 1890 ta ha grox n to be one of the largcq Uhura] cqtlipmcnt i11 the v,c, rld It ccond decade at clling diccl-pmwrcd ith dcalcr coast to coa,4, Kuhota ha,, Become x\\; [1OH\\; IllIlUS ', ith CCOllOnlv, Urahilit\\; i m -""-"-' l 1{IItLILII'CI' ha\\;c 011[\\; l)ld-"tzc Ill;lrkct, dlld , I Pllllill, their ,,i 'it Ilt h\\; othct CM ;t,,Ul-t2d, " . - t}t 1 [ [ tkl al-\\; hx Kalota )t trilclaFs t k'L'llItl[ \\; 0 ,, NKUBOTll 'X pc tic nc c We're looking for work. ams : Tractor Co 535-1708 E1602 Trent, Spokane Cheney woman appointed Governor John Spellman announced Nov. 2 his appointment of Rita Taka- hashi Cates, of Cheney, to the Commis- sion on Asian-American Affairs. Effect- ive immediately, her three-year term will expire on June 30, 1985. Cates is an Assistant Professor in the Inland Empire School of Social Work and Human Services and Graduate Program in Public Administration at Eastern Washington University. She is a member of the House of Delegates for the Council on Social Work Education; American Society for Public Administration; National Association of Social Workers; National Association of Interdisciplin- ary Ethnic Studies. Cates is also involved in research related to the World War II concentra- tion camps for persons of Japanese ancestry. This includes those camps operated in both the United States and Canada. Lakeland Village Many purchase gifts Shopping items are scarce in the training program effort for community "L&L Boutique" Clothing and Variety Store at Lakeland Village, the state residential facility serving develop- mentally disabled persons. At least 80 mentally retarded residents a week come to this on-campus simulated store to "purchase" personal items that they want and need. All items are donated. "Purchases" are now surpassing the number of items supplied. Because it is a training experience in shopping, the resident does pay a nominal sum for things he wants with his own money. However, the money is "recycled" back into a special fund benefiting_ all residents. So there is no profit and no funds to buy these items needed by the "L&L Boutique". Donations make it possible for resi- dents to have a shopping experience. This ?xperience is part of a total placement. The list of items needed are as follows: billfolds (all types), large and small purses, coin purses, soap (bars), playing cards, games, color- books and crayons, keychains, tablets and scratch pads, and framed pictures. Other items of use are: toys, jig- saw puzzles, sunglasses, ball point pens, toiletries (mens and womens), knick-knacks, records (33 and 45 r.p.m.), and good used clothing (mens and womens). Donations may be brought or sent to Lakeland Village. For donation pick up, you may call 299-5087. The mailing address is Box 200, Medical Lake, WA 99022. For further information, please call the Community Resource Services Office at Lakeland Village, 299-5087. Court Report Nov 1, 1982 Judge Jessie Cowart Michael W. Patterson, Medical Lake, was fined $88 for speeding. Elise Curtis, Cheney, was fined $25 for speeding. Michael D. Franklin, Spokane, was fined $55 for speeding. Cleta O. Grimes, Airway Heights, was fined $11 for failing to stop at a stop sign. Deborah Lawrence, Spokane, failed to appear on a charge of driving while intoxicated. Kevin K. Akerlund, Spokane, failed to appear on a charge of driving without an operators license. Donnee Hurley, Medical Lake, was fined $40 for having a dog at large and having a dog without tags. R6bert P. Schuetzle, Spokane, had prose- cution deferred an a charge of driving while intoxicated on condition he attend alcohol rehabilitation schooling. Lester L. Mathews, Medical Lake, had a charge of driving while intoxicated dismissed. On a charge of resisting arrest, he was fined $250, $t50 suspended and sentenced to 60 days in jail, 57 days suspended. David C. Johnson, Medical Lake, was fined $80 for possession of marijuana. Robert L. Johnson, Medical Lake, was fined $80 for possession of marijuana. Michael Gibson, Medical Lake, was fined $80 for possession of marijuana. Robert Johnson and Gibson were also found nol guilty of resisting arrest. Eric P. Bjorkland, Medical Lake, was fined $80 for possession of marijuana. He was also found guilty of obstruction of a public servant and malicious mischief. He was fined $250, $150 suspended on the obstruction charge and ordered to pay $100 restitution, $75 suspended, and sentenced to 30 days in jail, 29 days suspended. Loren G. Johnson, failed to appear to hear charges of driving while intoxicated and driving with a suspended license. Patrina D. Coodey, Spokane, had a charge of third degree theft dismissed. Michael L. Karpack, Spokane, was found not guilty of charges of attempted theft and trespassing. He was senteneced to four days in jail, three days suspended, for a charge of creating a public nuisance. Jeffrey J. Kline, Fairchild Air Force Base, had a charge of reckless driving reduced to negligent driving and was fined a total of $105 on that charge and a charge of driving without an operators license. AN UNPRECEDENTED E7 OPPORTUNITY ENDS NOV. 15. GET A ROUND-TRIP TICKET FOR TWO ON EASTERN AIRLINES. Buy or order one of Chevrotet's selected, best-selling cars or trucks on or before November 15, N82, and get a round-rap ticket for two on Eastern Airlines Choose from any one of 116 cities in the U S A, Canada. Mexico, Bermuda. The Bahamas, and the Caribbean Islands Participating dealers contribute $175 to this program This may affect your vehicle cost, so make your best deal See us for details and restrictions. Offer applies tO retail sales only NOW GET NEW ! 0.900: LOW INTEREST RATE FINANCING. Low 109% Annual Percentage Rate offer is available to qualified buyers of any new 1982 Chevrolet car or light- duty truck, except LUV. Actual savings will depend on the amount financed and length of contract. Dealer contribution may affect consumer cost You must take retail deliver,/by December 31, 1982. So hurry in now for details TAKE ADVANTAGE OF BOTH OFFERS BY NOVEMBER 15,1982! Anderberg Chewolet 407 1st - Cheney 235-6232 448.2213 235-6231 448.2212 iii Thursday, November 11, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 7 Heer, Weisgerber say vows LuAnn Heer and William C. Weisgerber, both of Cheney, were united in marriage Sept. 25 at a 2 p.m. ceremony at the St. Rose of Lima Catholic Church of Ephrata, Fr. John B. Oosterman officiating. The bride is the daughter of Harvey and Shirley Heer of Ephrata, and the groom is the son of Steve and Virginia Weisgerber of Clarkston. Soloist Terry Younger of Ephrata sang "The Wedding Song" and "The Lord's Prayer", accompanied by Organist Mary Barbre, also of Ephrata. Baskets of white gladiolas, light and dark-blue silk roses, baby's breath and peacock feathers were used for decoration, along with light and dark-blue satin pews bows and royal blue candles in brass candlabras on the altar. The bride wore a white organza dress with a fitted bodice of Chantilly lace, detailed in re-embroidered lace and compli- mented by a Queen Ann neckline that was accented by seed pearls. The lace was repeated on the chiffon lantern sleeves and cuffs. The skirt featured a chiffon pleated front panel, outlined in re-embroidered lace, as well as a cathedral train with a Chantilly lace back panel. The bride carried a bouque of light and dark-blue tipped silk roses, baby's breath and white carnations, held together by light and dark-blue ribbons. Matron of honor Gayle Corativo and bridesmaid Dianne Heer, both sisters of the bride, wore royal-blue quiana dresses with empire waists, spaghetti straps and accordian- pleated skirts. Their dresses also had royal-blue Chantilly lace over-capes with high necklines and ruffled edging. They each carried a single, long-stemmed white rose. Photographer Gen Underwood of Soap Lake also made the flowers. Best man was Jack Weisberger of Olympia, and grooms- man was Phil Weisgerber of Lewiston, Idaho. Both are brothers of the groom. Ushers were Rick and Ran Heer, both brothers of the bride. A reception followed the ceremony at the Rim Rock Meadows Clubhouse north of Ephrata. The bride, a graduate of Ephrata High School, is employed at Safeway in Cheney, having received her bachelor's degree in social sciences from Eastern Washington University. The groom, a graduate of West Valley High School in Yakima, received his BS degree in physical education and recreation, with a minor in sociology economics, from the University of Montana. He also holds a BA in communications and a minor in business administration from Eastern. Currently, he is employed at the Social Security Administration Office in Spokane. Now residing at 246 Walker Dr., Cheney, the couple took a trip to Banff and Lake Louise in Canada. In December, they will spend a week in Hawaii. Mr. and Mrs. William Weisgerber Cheney Grange Supply Co. Knows how valuable its customers are. That's why CENEX is proud to present them with the CENEXCEL Award. CENEX co-ops have served the needs of farm families for over 50 years, so they know the value of a satisfied customer. And at CENEX, we know that a reliable, concerned and helpful co-op is as valuable to us as it is to our customers. That's why, each year, we recognize co-ops that excel in store appearance, cleanliness and customer service with this award. It's our way of saying "thank-you" for serving our customers so well, Shop where you see the CENEXCEL Award proudly displayed. It's your way of knowing you're getting the proudest, most personal Service available. . Where the customer is the cornpany I J GO FOR THEIR WIN i THE NATIONALLY TEAM. Alumni Brunch - 11:30 - Tawanka Commons $6.50 per person, $5.50 children - RSVP at 359-2351 SATURDAY ( "REEADMISSIO;NT/CyKJ/RS/HTAYNOTUs RFAvORITE ) NOVEMBER 13, 1982 MILITARY VEHICLE DISPLAY - SKY DIVERS Immediately before the game. Last chance to see Jim Brittain, the Ea01es' record-setting quarterback Eastern Eagles vs Western Montana 1:30 p.m. - Woodward Field Cheney Happy Hour - 4:30-6:30 - Cheney This Saturday only, visit your favorite watering hole and enjoy your choice of libation at Happy Hour prices.