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ecord failure to stop at a stop sign, $25; Clarence traffic control, $35; Robert B. Allen, speed- l; Johny Scott Brannan, no operator's license, $10; Hunt, minor in possession of intoxicating liquor, $50; O'Kane, tire wear, no tail lamp, $20, warrant arrest bond Ann Brewer, speeding, $36; Peter Gerard Torney, possession, criminal impersonation-MIP deferred for six -'rim. imp. $150; Suzanne Bird, speeding, no vehicle regis- license registration, $15; Christopher John- in possession of intoxicating liquor, $50; Masayasu $15; Stephen K. Mason, driving while under the intoxicating liquor, negligent driving, 30 days jail sus- $221 fine; Jesse Clair Reiha, speeding, $10; Adele V. $15; Harry Jake Lacey, defective tires, $15; R. Matney, failure to stop at a stop sign, no operator's ; Joe Dee Kerner, no vehicle registration, $15; Nola Mae Improper backing, $15; Thomas L. Moyles, expired op- $10; Barry J. Alleman, no vehicle registration, $15. ISSUED--Richard Allen Byrum, Ellen M. Doupe. TRIAL CALENDAR , CASES-Creditthrift vs. Richard Rios, small claim; Wards small claim; Glenn Gillson, Marshall Sanitary vs. C and D Sanitation, Inc. of Oregon, civil suit; Arnold Apartments vs. Evelyn Lewis, Kenneth Pettijohn, civil Publishing Co., d/b/a Cheney Free Press vs. Zimmer- Evil suit. IlNAL-TRAFFIC CASES--Edwin B. White, assault and ; Phillip S. Brown, driving while intoxicated; Ricky Felton, possession; Bary R. Bennison, minor in possession, ob- public officer; driving while intoxicated, trial set 12-30-76, 2 Smith, driving while intoxicated, neg. driving, ;I p.m.; Gary D. Dent, hit and run, reckless driving, 9 a.m.; Douglas Smith, faulty equipment, 12-30-76, 10 a.m ; driving with suspended license, 12-30-76, 3 p.m. ; failure to yield right of way after stop, 12-30-76, 10 G. Boasen, minor in possession of intoxicants, 1-6-77, T. Barham, driving while intoxicated, neg. driving, hit 1-6-77, 10 a.m.; Timothy Peters, reckless driving, failure at a stop sign, 1-6-77, 9 a.m.; Douglas N. Bauman, contrib- the delinquency of a minor, 1-6-77, 11 a.m. Rodgers dies at 83 Funeral services for Wilbert A. Rodgers, a former Cheney resi- dent, were held Tuesday morning from the Opportunity Presbyter- ian Church with the Rev. Jack Hansen officiating, interment fol- lowing at Spokane Memorial Gar- dens. Mr. Rodgers managed the Turnbull Wildlife Refuge while living near Cheney from 1952 to 1963. He is survived by his wife, Ethel, of Spokane. The couple were married for 65 years. Mr. Rodgers was born March 29, 1893 in McKenzie, N. Dakota, marrying Ethel in 1911. He work- ed as a grage mechanic, store- keeper, auto dealer before join- ing the U.S. Wildlife and Conser- vation Service and moving to Washington State. He was with the agency for 29 years. Other survivors include a son, Richard S. Rodgers of Corvallis, Ore.: a daughter, Mrs. C.L. Kenyon of Spokane; a sister, Della Sperry, N. Dakota, three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. The family is requesting that memorials be given to the Na- tional Wildlife Refuge Associa- tion. r I i i ii Cheney Branch news At Your Library By Jean Breitenfeldt i So you did it, this Christmas holiday, overate and gained five pounds ! Never fear, your library is here and can help you lose those pounds, and help you prevent gaining more. Just ask for one or more of these books, make a New Year's resolution, and get to work ! GROWING UP SLIM by Polly Bolian, for those between 12 and 20 who think they have a weight problem. IIOW TO KEEP YOUR FAMILY FIT AND HEALTHY by Bonnie Prudden, a practical, intelligent exercise program for all ages. HOW TO BE LAZY, HEALTHY AND FIT by Peter J. Steincrohn, M.D. DR. STILLMAN'S 13-DAY SHAPE-UP PROGRAM by Dr. Irwin M. Stillman. LET'S EAT RIGHT TO KEEP FIT by Adelle Davis, a practical guide to nutrition designed to help you achieve good health trough proper diet. WEIGHT WATCHERS PROGRAM COOKBOOK by Jean Nid- etch. PILLSBURY'S FAMILY WEIGHT CONTROL COOK BOOK by the Pillsbury Company. Just married Patricia Beard and Michael Co- wen were united in marriage De- cember 18, 1976 at Emanuel Lutheran Church in Cheney. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Beard of Cheney and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Cowen of Van- couver, B.C. After a honeymoon in Vancouver, the couple will make their home in Spokane. Senator Guess named to Senate committees State Senator Sam Guess, Re- publican, Spokane, was recently selected to serve as Minority Chairman for the Senate Trans- portation Committee, as well as being appointed to serve on the Senate Rules Committee. In all, the senator is involved in four committees in Olympia, in- cluding groups dealing with high- er education and ecology, as well as transportation and rules. As minority chairman of the transportation committee, Guess will assume the responsibility of keeping other Republican sena- tors informed of committee ac- tions and legislation. The position will also place Guess in an impor- tant informational position for the GOP when the transportation committee discusses highway budget and gasoline tax increas- es. Guess, who has been represent- ing the Sixth Congressional Dis- trict for 25 years, will begin his seventh consecutive term when the state senate convenes Jan. 10. ICE 49, tUARTS BETTY BAKER THIN SPAGHETTI 'b. 99 c Bag STAR KIST CHUNK TUNA DON'T MI: ;S THE: ;E HOLIDAY VALUES plus dep. 59) Spaghetti Sauce 79 Tomato 6,o,S1 Hi-C Drinks,,,..,.,. ............ ..0. 49' Margarine,,u.,o..., .................. ,.,, 39 Corn Chips orTacoGIklp. 3.rSl Party Pride ............ 71,.oz. Luncheon Meat-w. ,,...79 , House ....... Can Popcorn 39' Bernie Baker Yellow ................ 2-lb. Tomato Juice'-' 49 House ............ 46-oz. BON[T 'or Cold Duck 00t.$199 Celia $258 Lambrusco ,,-,.. Martini Rossi s372 Vermouth .":: .... 0.. Black Tower Liebfraumilch sth$3 39 o,.--r :,.,I .,, [.ov.l--i .,A,.,.sw.ssc0--., Detergent Liquid Detergent Bath Soap Cat Chow Chablis 10. Off label, 49-oz. 10. off label, 32-oz. 30. off label. 9-llz 13-oz. 4. Off label, 4%-oz. SAVE 90 10-lb. $ 35 $ 29 $ 39 c $ 59 Magnum ! Corn Oli FleJschmann s ..,..r,. ,-,b. 69c Licorice Bars ,., .......... ,.. 15o Creme De Menthe "," :;'o.. 89, Chunk Tuna Icnh::t:r Of the Sea ILS-oz. 79 Cubes, 15-.L Wyler's Bouillon ..,.,2 ........ .,, 3:3, C.W. Post Cereal ",'.,;::... 89, Folger's Coffee ':,,:",' ,., s5" Folger's Inst. Coffee,,-... s37 MJB Coffee ......... ,,. s6" MJB Instant Coffee ,....s3 Gold Medal Flour .... ,,.89, Gaines Burgers ........ ,,.0,. s2s4 Tone Bath Soap"',,... 3,'1 Charmin..,,,, ..... ,..,.. 4-roll 83. Coronet Towels "* r BEEF LOIN BONELESS STEAK WHOLE HAMS 99 ,,.,/59 SAFEWAY SKINLESS WIENERS Meat or Beef Kids Love "Emf led Beef,.. ......................  Slg Rib Roast :.', ', .......... , 'I a Side Pork ..., ...............  Sl*a mmolde ......... , SlO9 eribs ;'.** .............  s 1o0 Beef Brisket Roast_,._,.. ........................... ,,.S139 5-lb. Canned Hams...,.,..,.., .......................... ,..s797 Asst'd Pork Chops c.,.,,,, spa Loin Cuts Family Pack ................... lb. DUNGENESS FRESH CRABS Whole Ocean Fresh S lb. O9 Sliced Bacon ,.,.w., s19 {2-lb. -- '2.37) I-Ill Herring in Wine ............ ... 98. Greenland Turbot Fillet ,,.Sl- Jimmy Dean Sausage .,'" ",,.. s1'9 Cocktail Shrimp .,....., ,,. s2" Thurs., Dec. 30, 1976 Chcncy Free Press Page 5 Christie's Crackerbarrei By Christie Bruntlett For those of you with pre-schoolers or grade school children, grandchildren, or friends, I'd like to share a play dough recipe that a friend recently shared with us. PLAY DOUGH You'll find most these ingredients in vour kitchen. If you want to scent the dough, ask your pharmacist for oil of peppermint, orange, or whatever others he or she might have. The dough may be color coordinated with the scent. Mix well in a heavy saucepan: 1 cup white flour  cup salt 2 teaspoons cream of tartar 1 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil Add: 1 Tablespoon vegetable oil Add food coloring and a little scent to:l cup water Blend water slowly into the other ingredients. Continue blending with wooden spoon or wire whisk till the lumps are worked out. Then cook. stirring constantly'. (high heat may be used) until the entire mass is one big lump of dough and you can't stir it any more. Let it cool till it is cool enough to handle. Then knead it for about 15 minutes. Kneading improves the consistency of the dough. When it is completely cool, store the play dough in air tight containers. This is a very durable product and will last for many, many months if put away properly after each use. Keep water away from it. If you have a little one who drools a lot, this is not an ideal plaything. This play dough is not to be eaten. He-Use Gift Wrap If you usually throw away the gift wrap from your Christmas gifts but have not yet discarded all of it, here's a way to recycle it. Fold or cut pieces to fit the bottoms of dresser drawers and use it as a liner for the drawers. It just might make putting things away more enjoyable. Send After-Christmas Greetings What are you going to do about all those dear friends you meant to write to before Christmas? There's nothing that says you can't sit down and write a nice long newsy letter after Christmas, or in January after the kids go back to school. Actually a letter that arrives by itself, after the Christmas rush is over, is far more likely to be read thoroughly and answered, than one that arrives three days before Christmas in the same mail with two dozen Christmas cards. So, if you gave up on corresponding with friends this Christ- bans, reconsider it. Record-Keeping for the New Year Do you ever wonder just how many miles you drive during the year? Besides being interesting and revealing, it can be useful in- formation at income tax time. If you'll go out now and take a reading of your car's odometer, write it down and label it and put it with your receipts and other tax information, you'll have at least half a chance of having the information you want. Now to remind yourself to get the reading a year from now, put it on all your calen- dars to read the odometer December 31, 1977. If you have more than one vehicle remember to read them all. One thing ! intend to keep a record of this year is our refined sugar use. This will include white granulated sugar, brown sugar and powdered sugar. Since i don't make quite everything we eat, it won't be quite accurate, but it should be close. I'll weigh what I have on hand and then record each sugar purchase throughout the year. I am continually trying to reduce our sugar consumption. Do you have a growth chart for your family? Birthdays are a good time to measure and record height ( and weight!) but the beginning of a fiscal year is a good time too. Decide on a wall or doorway to make a permanent record or record it in a book or on a chart. Beside a window where the wall is always covered by a drape might be a spot to consider. Use a pencil, though, so it can be erased (after recording) when you move away or repaint. IIAPPY NEW YEAR! Collective bargaining An Eastern Washington State College winter quarter evening class in collective bargaining will start Jan. 6, with the initial meet- ing on the EWSC campus and the other weekly meetings at Lewis and Clark tligh School in SDokane. Lynn G. Triplett, Associate Dean of EWSC Continuing Education, said the class will meet from 6 to 10 p.m. Thursday evenings and will be taught by Allan E. Neils, EWSC Assistant Professor of Economics. The course will cover principles and practices of collective barg- aining, mediation and arbitration of industrial disputes, grievance procedures and administration of labor-management agreements, Triplett said. Youth arrested A 12-year-old juvenile boy was arrested by Cheney Police Dec. 21 at Safeway following the theft of $1.56 worth of candy, according to the CPD. The incident occurred about for shoplifting 3:45 p.m. when a clerk nohced the theft. The boy was charged with third degree theft, the dis- position of the case pending the outcome of an interview with the CPD juvenile officer. m , WAKE liP! For nearly eleven months now you have read (hope- fully) an article like this in the paper every week. Some of the articles have spoken of things upon which many of us agree; others have irritated you. Many of the ar- ticles have spoken against denominationalism or division. You may ask why we continue to write such articles which obviously will make some people downright mad. The purpose of our articles is to try to stir you to ex- amine the things you believe -- not examine in light of what I say, but in light of what the Bible says. Some people won't do that unless they get mad enough to prove me wrong. Others will examine only through the challenge to reason things out. Some will examine when told they are wrong and presented with truth. Some are already searching. "God is a rewarder of those who diligently seek him," (Hebrews 11:6), Jesus and the New Testament writers show over end over that we do not love if we allow others to continue in error that leads to hell. We love when we teach God's truth and "persuade men" (It Corinthians 5:11). Too many of you are content to sit back in man-made religion and not "search the scriptures" (Acts 17:11) to see of these things are true which you ere being taught. Just as Ameri- ca has had to be awakened to the dangers of pollution, so America (and others) need to awaken and see the religious pollution that is choking out the effect of true gospel. Our articles are primarily designed to say, WAKE UP| (Read II Corinthians 13.5; I Corinthians 19:12; Acts 17:11; Mark 7:6-9; and Acts 20:26-27). Call or write your comments or questions -- 235-8348 or 235-8395 -- P.O. Box 296, Cheney.