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ADDS NEW TRUCK--A new street S. Jonck was put into service during April. The mas hack was purchased from Cheney Motor Co., nd fa--- ier 3onf fcr $6,699. Shown, from left, are City Super. intendent Roy Hansen, Elwin Salter and Durwcod Charlton, city employes. c:rd and in operation. Priced eWuni quick sale. vn HalH Phone 235-6278 tt the I-I_ lnesday ?or the I ales to - ...... ection toe JOSEPH NAPPI v a12 Radio Central _ of M L Bldg., Spokane, Wn finated i NO]&apos;iC--E-T() CREDITORS 'No /6295 ins ffllhtgt SuperlOdOrt f:hoSutnt te olaf Now the Matter of the Estate of N HERR deceased, the under- ! Now )tiLe is hereby given that . . -d ha been appointed admnmstratrix ![)w m above etat in this Court and l]as t To l ied.accord!n,:ly, and that all per- navlog clams against said deceas- tatn, ire requirM t ..... e claims, duly . ih ......... y .... h .... upon acil o i" uermgrted at 509-512 Radio Central th d: ms. Spokane ashington or upon )h Nappi the attorney of record at 'k office at 509-512 Radio Central ; Spokane, Washir*gton, and file claun with proof of such service In fffice of the clerk of the above court ae City of Spokane, Wash., within montils after the lirst publication ns notice, or they will be forever tee of the first publicatior* of this ,e.alS 27th day of December 1968. tt ry Lou Herr Administratrix ,of he nbove estate .h Nappi Attorney .. "t 112 Radio Cerbtral Builumg , ec. 27-Jan. 1O, 1964) ,'l-,es Clark.  S effner 'g. Spokane. Wash. ; . _ No[ 75164 I .tlae Superior Court of the State of .  etlrton iu and for the OUlty otl --L, j. CLARKE, deceased.  --G-]P,2 Washiu=on. Coao,y o Spo- --ss. ;  , 00ice is hereby given that Bell Th .... larke. the Executrix of the above e, has rendered and presented for )merit to. and filed i the Superior _of Spokane County. State of Wash- In her Final Account as such Execu- and a petition for the distribution d carats, in which the Court is naked tle said Estate. distribute the pro- Lne heirs or versons entitled to ame, and discharge the SaindesYaeyll flay Clarke, and, that Wed 9th day of January, 1964, at the at9 30 o clock am.. a:u:teinCt:et of our said Supermr C )f Spokane, in satd Spokane Courty, eer duly fixed for the hearing and ment of said final account and pe- 1 for Distributi0 at which time lace any person interested in said i]may appear and file his excep- n writing thereto and contest the ed this 31st day of December. 1963. o. E. Fallquist County lerk end er of the RuDerior Court Y Harry Heinzen, depu'y .__.._  (Jan. 3-17, ;R L GORDON RIPPLE ana, & Spokane, Wash. )$" NOTIcF FO CREDITOR Classified Rates5 cents per word, with 75c minimrm (or 15 words). Minimum adv. not paid in cash will carry a 15c billing charge. New 2BR. Complete appliances wall to wall carpet. FHA terms, Approx. 75.00 m0. Bob Wilson. BE 5-4175. o4tf New 2x4's $35 M; Pine sheath- ing $45 M, Cheney. Cash and Carry, 309 Union. 235-4584. d20tf 1 7.10x15 snow tire and : wheel, mounted, for Ford & Mercury 15", $7.50. Inquire at Cheney Free Press. d20t Large six-room brick ranel home with three be ,dorns, two baths, recreaon room, ,two fireplaces, atached gar- age, in beautiful h,dscaped a.rea in Cheney. Owner sacri- ficirg. For ,appoinmen call 235-6216. d27ff 1942 Ford tru,ck in ,good shape. F. B. low mileage. John Holznagel, 1308 2n:d Sreet, Cheney, Wash. j3T10p Get professiml carpet cleanirg resul,ts-rer Bue Lustre Electric Carpet Sham- pooe r $1 per day. Hohnes Hdwe. j3 Northern muskrat mink dyed fur coat, medium size, good coaditi,on, pIdced reasonable. Call 235-4457 ,or at 727 D St. d27tf Rose davenport and swing ,rocker $30.00. Mrs. G. T. F, rost, 235-6851. d27ff Small Cocker,Peke 'pup. Tale- ptmne 235-4557. 1603 2nd. j3p " WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. e FOR RENT Three bedroom house, unfurn- ished. 235-6581. n29tf Three bedroom house for rent, ' phone 235-4123. dl3f Three bedroom basement apt7 for rent Phone 235-4123. dl3tf 2 bedroom trailer for reHt, 235- 4969. Ableman's Trailer Bark. d27tf Two bedroom apa.rtment, sec- ,end flo,or, kitchen, app'ianc- es, garage available. 721 6th St. 235-6653. j3 SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. j18tf 117 ERIE ST. This is he place for alteration, suR making, dress making. 235-4607. Mrs. V'au'ghn. j3-3t WORK BY CONTRACT OR MATERIALS ONLY Reindeign, g, Skling, Roofig,, alumiamm windows and doors, orrmmen*at iro, fire phces, awnings, pa,tian porch covers, car pro'is. ,Ah,'ed Prod. ucts Co., Box 1813, Liberty Lake (Spokane) Wsh. AL. 5- 6288. Free Estimates. n29-j17 WANTED Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do Rot wish to sell. 4141/ First St., Cheney FOR SALE OR RENT 3 bedroom house for rent or Sale. Rental in basemerrt. If interested call Spokane Fair- fax 8-3979 aSter 5 p. m. Loca- tf Clan 220 D St. dl3tf Instruction Instruction Men wanted th No. 76331 . e Superior Court of the State of ]lngton In ant for the County of he atter of the Estt of i i.. L KLUss deceased. rne  18 her {!" ': eb:/ gven that the un(ler- e .has been appointed Executrix .ua. re estate in this Court and . f]ed accordingly, and that all l , navm claims a,,ainst said de- [ are required to serve claims, duly e, with necessa, vouchers un Undersj_gned at "V. 24 Indiana, ne, Washingto or upor Gordon lpp,e the attorneys of record at their at Indiana, Spokane, Wash- W. 24 { and file such claim with proof of scrmce in the office of the clerk of ,_Ove Court at the City of Spokane, ,,,%o.n, within six months after the ',p um lcation of this notice, or they be forever barred. te of the first publication of thm .... t l.is 3rd day nf January, 1964. llt_ L. Kluss Executrix of the abc'e 2" * " PP At o ney zndiana Spokane Wash. n?'=iTV" " IF'-.,n. Goke UMMONSBy PUBLICATION S /go. 172906 ups.riot Court of the State of m and for the County of Life Insurance Company, Plaintiff vs. Oliver O, and Nancy H, Bertz hug- wife. Defendarts of Washington to Oliver (L and Nancy H. Bentz, husband hereby summoned to appear days after the date of this summons% sixty (60) days after the 1964. and defend the the above entitled answer the Complain of ff, and serve a copy of Your the undersigned attorney stated ; and in ease so to do, judgment will you accordirg to Complaint. which has the Clerk of said court. s cause of action herein set foreclose a certain mortgage Oliver G. Beats, Jr. aud Bentz, husband and wife, & Co. and 'thereafter Men 18 to 39  Up to $6.900 First Year Applicarts To Train For Law Enforcement Positiors In This Area. Do Not Delay. Radio Patrohnan. Border Patrolman. Highway Patrol. Custom Service Officer. Security Officer. Correction Officer. Privat Iuvestigator, Many Others. No Experience Necessary i National Peace Officer Training -- Dept. 1000 ! Name ...................................... Occupation ...................... Address ........................................................................ City ...................................................... Age ................ State .................................................. Phone .................. Write c/o Box N, Cheney Free Press Hamblen, Gilbert & Breeke 912 Pauleen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. '/4741 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of FRED W. ACTON, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--sl Notice is hereby given that Florence ALton, the Executrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County. State of wash- ington her Flrml Account as such Execu- trix, and a petition for the distri- bution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to ttle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persom entitled to the same and discharge the said Executrix and that Wednesday, the 29th day of January, 1964. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said i Spokane County, has been dtrly fixed for i the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time arid place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptionsin writing theret and contest the same. Dated this 31st day of December, 1963. Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk arad The March of Dimes  1964 marks the 26th mrmiversary of its fight against crippli,g dis- eases including birth defects, arthritis and pMio. Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps .... eeortdheed Plaintiff. which ort- Clerk of the Superior Court. , "Dage 225Uaan d soVhI.ol - By Ralph V. R .... ick. Deputy described Lro - ' ._  " (Jan. 3-17) 9. B,oo00 .c ..... a to plat recorded in Volume 1 .......... ? . is, Page 63 in the City of She- J /k t(rtal OI ta lvlarc'n oI [l'tkane Couuty. Washi.o=. Dimes chapters in Washington r further objec at said action 1 :i:;:i:i:?.  the Defendants of all right title [ Alaska, Idaho and lontana :'.:.';:::'4.<:.::.' trt2i.tehi n andto sa. id-p*emise i [ help Support ,a birth defects ,M^ tt.   o rem ..... provme [trea,tmen,t center at the Uni- " Gilbert & Brooke J r  of , .s b s. r ......... ve s ty Washington HOSpl- ite o - ..,ug., poane 1, Wash. i ,lt oetde. { Irat publication, January 8, ;''"*'-i (Jan. 3-Feb. 7, 1964) The wise advertise. Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS00 e Four Lakes e, Lenard Mace--RI 7-7606 75 ATTEND GRANGE MEETING Fc,ur Lakes grange met Dec. 27. The, re were 75 members t=rsc,nt frcan different grang- es. Insdaltation cf officers was h.qd. Cake and sandwiehe.s were served ater in the base- me:,t. Next meeting will be Jan. 10. PERSONAL MENTIONS James Bek's mother and his tw'o brothers s:pent Christmas Day with him. Marill Beck and family were Sunday dinner guests of Vhe Beck family Mrs. W. B. Earl,seourt was a Christmas Day dinner guest cf Mr. and Mrs. Bats Earts- co.')r and family. Chrisma.s night guests of Mr. ad Mrs. Bots Earsco,urt ad family we,re Mr. and Mrs. Roger Bur- ger and family, Mrs. Kivitt and daughte,r, and Mr. and Mrs. Del Standerfer and f, ami,ly. Mr and Mrs. Itward Gra- ham had as Christmas dinner gueots Mr. and Mrs-. G. G. I-Ieborm .of Spo,kane, 'Mr. arid Mrs. Floyd Melton o,f ayford, and Mr. and Mrs. Judd Mel*t'on of Colfax. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gra- ham were hol'iday ests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Grairam. Mr. and Mrs:. Art Kavhorn had as Christmas dinner gu.e,sts Mary Ann Iavcthorn from Long Beach, CMf., the Reid famiIy and the Meeker family. S,andra rd Don Jenicke were home for the holidays. Mrs. Roberta Hargraves spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jertieke. Mr. and Mrs. Gary M.mn and two boys and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Moran and Larry, Milan, were Christmas dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. El.don Jenicke. Su.nday Mrs. Kirkpatrick and her broher C, harles were dinner guests of Mrs. Keith Powell of Spokane. Ao a guest was Mrs. Maude Powell. The rest .of the day was speaaI with Irkpatrick at the Shar- on Arms nursing lome. Guests duriHg ,the vek at the home of Mrs. Kikpatric'k were Mr..and Mrs. L. S. Mur- bach, Mrs. Jhn Beeker, :rs, Lemmomer arid Walt Crov. Mrs. Darlene Gifting return, ed home from he hospital Dec. 24., She had an emergen- cy appeHdectomy and major surgery Dec. 20. ..: Carl Rosenzweig, :., the C hrle,s Gifting f Ms'. ,and Mrs. Robert Giffg and ]Dan spen't (tristmas Eve Irav. I i,hlg supper and an exchange of gifts wi;lh the Fred Oi,ffings.: Christmas night Mr. and Mrs. Jim Adams and family called at the Seven Lu,mby home. Mr. and Mrs. lo Farley from Almira, Mr. an Mrs. Del- bert Kerr from Coeur d'Alene, and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald LaT- son and family were Christmas guests at the Sid Lemon home. Larry Ray Lavson spen:t the weekend with the Sid Larsans. Mr. and Mrs. Jules Mauget and amily sperrt Christmas Day with Mr. ,and Mrs. Donald Re- yard and .family in Spokane. James Perry had an arm op- er,a'tion last Tuesday and i.s now fine. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hfrnan and daughter ,have m,oved to Whitefish, Mont. Huffman is Mrs. Perry's brother Mr and Mrs. Ted Radon ,and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox ,and Samily, Mr. and Mars. Del Gelium arid family, Mrs. Ethel I-towell and Mrs. Laura gandoLf, Wapato, enjoy- ed ChriStmas dinner at trhe Bert Spear home in Spokane Valley. Sa:turdav evening visitors of Mr. and Irs. Ted Rod, on and family were Mr. ad Mrs. Rob- ert Randal of Davenport. Dec. 24 Mrs. Silcocks had lunch wih Mrs. CaN Pendell. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen- de,, Mrs. White, and Mrs. Silcocks we,n. to A1 Stanglards for Christmas dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Mukho and son we're 'Mso there. Mrs. Earl PendeA1 and Jo- line Mattausch called on Mrs. Sileocks on Dec. 26. Earline and Joline Mat- tauseh cled on Mrs. Sileoeks ,on Dec. 28. Mr. ad Mrm. Del Standerfer and family were Priday even- ing visitors a.t ,floe Alex Villa- lobes in Spokane. Christmas Day Mr. and Mrs. Sam Van Camp were visto,rs of Mr. and Mrs. Marlas an Camp. Saturday .afternoon Mr. a,nd Mrs. Sam Lefiek of Priest Riv- Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our buy- ers. We Trade Sell All Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone -- STAN SPEAR -- M-M Realty Co:, Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a30tf Friday, January 3, 1964 Cheney Free Pres Page 5 DEATH FOR FOUR--Four Army men per. :shed in this flame-gutted car in November when it slammed into the rear of a gasoline truck just north of Cheney and burst into flames. The accident was the worst wreck in the Cheney area since 1960. The young soidiers were all assigned to Fairchild Air Force Base with a missile battalion. They were killed instantly. er, Idaho, called on ,the Sam 'Van Camps. Mr. and Mrs. Rilard C. Vaughn 'and family s'ten,t Christmas Day wit'.h Mrs. Vaughn's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Loscoe Taylor, ,o Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wyrtstra spent Christmas wi,th relati s in C-arkston .and Lewiston. Sunday dinner guests ,of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. R:eitmeier and Linda were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Piersol and family, Mr. arid Mrs. Morris Piersol of Spangle, and Mr. and Mrs:. Bob V. Reitmeer and Kent. Sharon and Janet Piers:M are visiting their aurrt, Mrs. Robert Reimeier, r a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott and son ChrenCe spe,rt Chris- mas wih Mr. ScoWs siter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kimves. Mr. ad Mrs. Robert Scott 'spent Christmas Eve a't Sprague. Cody StaDAerfer's father. W. J. Standerfer, WaS Plmthed back to the Irospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs: St'anderfer spen't Sunday and had dinner with Mrs. Standerfevs young- est sister, Mrs. G. M. Joeden. Mrl ad Mrs. Rbert Nelsma ,ad amily, Mr. al Mrs. De- mar Fitzner an,d family and Mr. and Mrs. Del Stadea-fer and family spen; Eve .at Plummer, Idaho, wih Mr. and Mrs. Lawreaaee Grif- fin and Bill Fitzner. Christmas dinner guests at the Del Startderfer home were Mr. ,and Mrs. W. J. Starer- fer, Mr. arid Mrs. Cody Sta- de, rfer and Frank AI. Sunday dinner ,,ests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox aal family were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heard and family. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Everett Story and family attended a tmtlu.ck d'mner at the Carl Meyer heme in Che- ney. Wednesday Mr. ,and Mrs. Ev- erett Story arid family had a sleigh riding party on M,un Spotmne. Friday night after bowling Jack Hartford h,ad Iris' bowl- ing team ,as guests 'a his house Present we.re Mr. and Mrs. Atkms, Mr. and Mrs. Son- aylo and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Led- better. Surday af@rnoon Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hart- ford in Spokane. D NEW BOSTITCH desk stapler p0wc ... pocket clip convenience Use it for fastening pape:, sealing bags, attaching }:- bels, even tacking into wood. Dozens of other uses in home office, shop and school. Features attached pock,,: dip for easy carrying in pocket, purse or brief caB,', Handy fold-out remo'e: blade flicks staples out c work whenever desired. Ideal for traveling mc:- studentsanyone on the g,,. The perfect gift. MODEL B8CTJ (heney Free Press NEW LOOK--The Cheney branch of the Seattle-First Natienal Bank underwent extensive remodeling in Septembr and Octe- br, as shown in this picture taken during the early stages. Bank now has completely new brick finish outside, along with other Improvements ,=,, Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with Heatin00 0ils And All Standard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor BE 5-6378 CHENEY Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY , i i Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 12S handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing end household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, BE 5-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. Jack's Service Garage im ' 215 First Street BACK OF THE OLD BESTWAY BUILDING CENTER Official Triple "A" 24-Hour Towing And Road Service DAYS, CALL 235-6573 NIGHTS, 235-6298 OR 235-4468 d13"i3