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the an Fine Urncll" ! intsh0,) I/I lrr, For Sale Cheney Bowl 8-lane, fully automatic Brunswick House, equip. ped and in operation. Priced for quick sale. Phone 235-6278 H M HAMBLEN 912 Paalsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS epic red . No. 75869 nl the Super r Court of the State of Wasidngto in and for the County of )ne has d Sj,k .... , ...... d r, the Matter of the Estate of n to au, LILL'- 'On l "i; N L. nALVERSON AMES de- ; sen SL eased. upon t Notice is hereby given that the under- ..r II signed ha been appointed Executor .tw,,tv-**._ ___..." * .,[.f the above estate in this Court and ilv:iV>ersqual,ned accordingly, and that all ----- -- - ------ -.Y- ' ring claims against said de- ,e the lueed are required to serve claims 11 *he | Y verified, with necessary vouchers, Y' bupon the undersigned at Spokane, Wash- d and pington or upon H. M. Hamblen the attor- r T,me ,,e. o.f record at.h,s office at 912iauisen iCDO(lyIl, 1," - ..d Bldg Spokane Wash. asedrvice nS ating ando!m with. proof of such z lee at the Clerk of the above Court at bf a 10-the City cA" Spokane, Washington, withi xpcct tO, six months after the first publicatiorl . of this notice or they will be forever S. barred. . i Date of the first publication of this rtt long !notice is 10th day of Jarmary, 1964. tt8 Old National Bank of Washington -- - Executor of the above estate. gooa ueDj-i M - in  1" Hamblen Attorney d say g, 2 Paulsea Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. VC to a! (Jan. 10-24) C. E. HUPPIN 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 74401 he Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of b the Matter of the Estate of ,'L G. SCHNEIDER, deceased. of WashirPgtn, County of Spo- East Cheney By Anna Phillips GRANGE HOLDS FIRST NEW YEAR MEETING Last Friday evening East Cheney grange held its first 1964 me,Lirg whh Don Mac- Quarrie, mster, pretsiding. B ete Babb, Garnett Boos, Emery Babb, An.ha Phillips and Esler Stelzer all gave re- ports. Eliza,beth Babb, leUT- er, gave an otliae of fu'ture programs. Viola Phillips will serve refrehmenes t the next meeting. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Preedy, Gaff a,nd David of Bellevue returned home ,after spending a week with Mrs. Peedy's Par- en4s, Mr. arid Mrs. Don Mac- Quarrie, and Harvey. Mrs. Esther Steze:r, Darrell antd Deloris attended the wed- ding .at Sylvia Stelzer at the Lu0heran ,church in Lirrd last Saturday evening. New Year s dinner guests .of he Stelzers were Mr ,and Mrs. Ted Neutz Jarice and Judy of Co,ville. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Babb o Rosalia observed th,e 61st w:ed,ding anniversary Dec. 31. Their niece, Mrs. He ten Boots, Johmry and Mary were among the guests. New Year's Day dinner guests .of Mr. ,and Mrs. Oar- inert Boots, Johnny and Mary i were Mr. and Mrs. John Babb, David and Robin and Alan Beihl. Mrs. Haman Boots visited home in Spokane, one day Iyler News last week, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Phil- lips arrd Johnny en,tened Mrs. Lethe Plotts with dinner last Surday for REZEAU PLOTTS Mr. ,and Mrs. Fred Baird ENTERTAIN SCHULTZS Mrs. Jennie Tlmmps,on and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schultz Hazel Thompso,n, al,i of Spo- and Betty Lou were New kane, and Mrs. Ann, a Phillips. Year's Eve dia, ner guests of Eve nirrg dinner guests were Mr" and Mrs. Rezeau Ptts Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrington. and Bob. Mr. and Mrs. D,avd Buddri- PERSONAL MENTIONS u,s ,and Duane of Almira were Tyler gran,ge resumed rose- Saturday .overnDht guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Davis ings Tuesday evening after be- and Mrs. Anna Phillips. ing closed because of bad Card party at East Cheney roads. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea grange ha, ll ,this Saturchy eve- served lunch. n`ing wih Mr. and Mrs. Vern I Kay Ham dined wit'h the Le- Tralnin,g School, New Briftan, H.arrington and Mrs. Estherl Roy Jackson anly Wednes- Conn., a school filited witch S,teher hosts, iday. Saturday tahe Jacksons Central Cannecticutt State, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Miller,/had dinner with the Evere,tt will both exch.ange teachirg Carol, Sharan n,d Debbie of/Re'ters in Spokane. positions next yeax. T Davenport were Sunday din-/ he Jacksans Sunday din- I The exchange was arranged net guests of Mr. and Mrs. ner guests were lVlr. and Mrs. Ithraugh correspandence be- Are Ableman, Mrs. R. L./tween Dr. Don S. Pa,terson, Garnett B0,ts and Johnny and Jackson and She Gene Jack-/EWSC Wesidert, ad Dr. Her- Mary. In the afternoon Mrs. son.s of Spokane. Helen Jack-bert D. Welts, p:residet of the Miller, Mrs. Boots, Carol an son a'd Polly Ableman visited lC0n'necticut college, Ericksn Debbie MiNer went o Moscov, Idaho, where Care,1 attends the M rs. Lola Lamper Saturday said. University ,of I4aa. m pKane and found her muo00 !Assessment Mr. ,and Mrs. Haawey Rupp A eorectio,n in last week's were Sunday even,ing guests of the Boots family, news: Mr. arid Mrs. ra Shea celebrated their 351 weddirg Forms Now an,ivevsary C!hrista,s Eve, not CARD OF THANKS the 25th as staed. We wish to thank our many Mr. and Mrs. ohnnie --gein Mailed friends er the4r expressions Brown, Les Brown and Grace of kindness, flloral offerIgs Mickelson visited Mrs. Emma Spak, ane County persan, al and contributions o the mem- Bown ,at the nursirg home in >operty assessmert forms for 964 have been mailed au to orial :at the recen*t loss of our Ritzville Sunday. mother. The families of: TYLER BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Miller Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dison Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Nesbt of Reardan were Sunday eve- Mr. and Mrs. Herrry Sol rdng callers at the Donald Da- Mr. and Mrs. W. E,d Carner. via home. j l0p Mr. nd Mrs..Iuis Able- man of Otis Orcth:arcts and Free Press warn ads click their son, Bud bleman of Cresce,rt City, Ore., called an the Wes, Lloyd and Arle Ableman families Thursday a fte,rnoon. is hereby given that Roald Mrs. Vade Tiebuit ,in Spokane the Executor of the ad Mrs. Loal0ra Wolfe, who has rendered and presented] to and filed in the Superior ] 15 convalescing in a nursing ar, e County. State of Wash- [ his fiml account as such Exec-I md a petition for the distributior* | estate, in which the Court is asked ] said Estate, distribute the pro- to the heirs or persons entitled [ k M. Hoyden, a e of February, 1964. at the of l0:00 o'clock a. m., at Lhe room of our said Super- in the City of Spokane, in said has beer duly fixed and settlement of said and Petition for Distri- at which time and place any Interested in said estate ma and file his exceptions in writ- l_ and contest the same 7th day of January, 1964. Classified Rates5 cents per County Clerk and word, with 75 minimvm (or FOR RENT te rmat, the Superior Cou McCorkle, Deputy. 15 words). Minimum adv. not __._.. (Jan. 10-24) paid in cash will carry a 15c Kelth, Winston & Repseld billing charge. 14 'Slkane & Eastern Building . .... j,.____.__kane 1, Washington FOR SALE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In " No. 76353 New 2BR. Complete appliances  tISuperlor Court of the State of ashigt0n in ad for the County of wall to wall carpet. FHA Three bedroom basement apt. okane. In th_e Matter of "the Estate of terms, Approx. 75.00 me. Bob ar rent. Phone 235-4123. ,i .F. THOMPSON, deased. Wilsan. BE 5-4175. o4tf d13tf -: c a hereby given that the under-  \\;.as b .pol.ed e.tx : New 2x4's $35 ivi; Pine sheath- Nice modern 2-bedroom house. e .ove tato in this :Court and  qualified accordingly. *nd that all ing $45 M, Cheney. Cash and Partly furn.ished, call Tyler F ?:T are"avingrequiredelaim*to againStserve claimsSald Carry, 309 Union. 235-4584. 325. jl0tf py Verified, with necessary vouchers, d20tf Furnished apaImet e}ooe to pon the Undersigned at W 818 Carhsle o.kar. Washington or:upon Keith: campus, ;hea and waer fuv- ]onsn_a.nd Resold the attorr, eys of Used 7.10x15 snow tire and nihod, avaflable san, $65, per tu at their office at5$4a.&, wheel, mounted, for Far4 & m0h. See Manager, 419 h' [:e, .Sly.. Spokane. Wash. and file Mercury 15", $7.50. nque at ' anm with proof of such service in ,ejthin  tthefficesixCityfmonthstheof clerksp,thea of theabOsenoUnr thefirStwillPUb,be. Cheney Free Press. d20ff 5.St" Apt. J or call 235-4114 a,ftexj:10 TVeratin barred.el this notice, or t y 1942F. FOrdB. lowtrUCkmileage, in ,good sh,ape.John Garage for rent. Inquire at "i ate of the first publicatior of this Free Press. 1-10-64 }tice is 10th day of Jarmary, 1964. Holznagel, 1308 2nd Seet, aboveaeSi cstate.Thmpsn Executrix of the Cheney, Wash. j3-10p 2-3 bedroam house. Daisy ' ith, Winstort & Repsold Attorneys 4 Spokane & Easterr Bklg. Northern muskrat mink dyed Drake. 9 3rd St., Cheney. kane' WashingtOn(zaa. 10-24) , fur coat, medium size, good jl0p ,*---..--____ gelth. Winston & Repldh condtian, priced veasanable. & E Bldg., Spokane, Was . Call 235-4457 or at 727 D St. SPECIAL NOTICE TO CREDITORS d27f For St. Vincent de Paul Sect- . n o 6272 I " sh[2.rior Cou.rt of the State o Rose davenpflfl_ and swmLg ety, thingyou no longer : '=ka to an and or the Courtly of rocker :SO.OO. Mrs. t. T. need or use. Help Us To Help fthe Matter of the Estate of Frast, 235 6851. d,27f The Poor. For pickups call BE $0 , A. BOHM, deceased,  .--' Nnith.'lshereby given that the under- Schwmn boy s bicycle, $15, 5-6814. jl8tf th " ueen appoirted administratrix :  a lv.e estate in this Court and 235-6890. J10 117 ERIE ST. This is the place szlel accordingly, anal that all '--" for alteration, suit making, eSarnaVing claims against said de-24 inch girl's bicycle $12.50. 'ified e.required to serve claims, duly[ Ho,,,,,  ..... oo= e n,, dress making. 235-4607. Mrs. ln no x v w xulJiJ , oo ULr'S:v v u_'  eessary vouchers, upon  "  v Vaughn. j3-31 ermgned at 514 Spokane & East- --- ' th .u: Spokane, Washington or upon' t  n'lD iro mstor & Repsold the attorneys " . . Show cards, ruck lettering, Eat_ at the office at t Spokane I Free collie, pups, 3 months, outdoor sigs. No jab too gton ern Building, Spokane, Wash- angles, trl's, papers. Howard )h p;oof ouch iic e iUe offei I Kayner, al,len,sbuvg, Wash. j 10 big, too small. Paradise Signs. y Corks2. ' the above Court at the ] Snooker table 51& x 10 fo0it 245-3'340 Spangle, or JA 3-2411, mo* Pane, Washington. within  W,, .....  ....... ., ,, " Rosalia. j 10-24p -. s after xzzy o .avtzll J U J./ this -"- the first publication I zy b li:LVt2'lll. - - p red nOtme, or they will be forever ---- l [ate of the " [ For easy, quick carpet clean- WORK BY CONTRACT OR " " 1 first publication of this  ...... II| ti)2. 0th day of Jarmary, 1964. [mg rent Blue Lusts Electc MATERIALS ONLY .ze M. Bohm Administratrix oflShampooer ,anly $1 per da. ,e eove estate [ Y Remodeling, Siding, Roofing, -- ith, .Winston & Repsotd Attorne. s  Holmes Hdwe j l0 uminum win,daws and POkane & . .  " k Eastern Bufldm, g ...... abe I, Washington ] e WANT TO GIVE AWAY dors, ornamental iron, fire (Jan, i0-24} I places, awnings, pation porch r. w v-,-N-----I come. female_ ae 2. and two car ports. Allied Prod- Col e, female, ,age 2, and two covers, Great W ....... A"Y ____., t mdg., Spoka,e, Wn.] .colhe-Samoyede puppies, ucts Ca., Box 1813, Liberty IU ICE OF SET ................ I Fvanklin Selfridge, Rt 1, Che- Lake (Spokane) Wash. AL. 5- htSo..: o 73s [ Y g J Free Estimates. n29-j17 --- . o.==x ur *.'*,','r ne, SArata .a 3-2495. "I0 6288. hi,:_l, tier Court Of the State of ' .... ane-"" m and for the County of k . WORK WANTED WANTED .... -ra HARBIN decesaed uaranteea outDaard motor re-  of W " ' " . ashmn. u of S pair. Ed's Conoco Service Will pay a good price for US cetie hereby given that Inez B. Phone BE 5-4400. tf and Canadian coins. Free ap- *. '  -Oeeutrlx of the nbove e, .rlas Pe  -- ement b, udered and presented for " a " }ington'ene Uounty, State of 4574. 310p sell 414 First St., Cheney of nd fn tu th Sur Will b by sit at my hame, 235- praisal ff you do not wish to .. r Final Account as such 'ributlor lafl a petition for the  I.iI=/D WA*a'rcr FOR SALE OR RENT  ,-....-' " said estat I- W htok v I liJlt[ lylmklllJl r', m naked to settle'td" ta- MALE & FEMALE rUon o toe Property to the heir;  3 bedroom ause for rent or J n entitled to the same and , .: |hge t  id Ine B i e'   Money ,available, Pa time Lo- Sale. Rental in basement. If 'OU . V SS r. _n . . " it at t', hourthe 10th day ,of February, cal. subdaary., of la.rge na- interested call Spokane Fair- ht . . oom o 4 oSer; tional Co. Have ive county fax 8-3979 afer 5 p. m. Loca- 'e bt _cty o. Spokane, in ,Id agent vacancies--set your own tion 220 D St. dl3tf hearin , ass been duly fixed for hours---ear nee must unt a, md settlement of said Final wtht.. nj -etitton for Distribution be abl to meet ubhc Su - ........ me , . e P P LOST Sated t ; and place any person  ," . n sa.d estate-may aea nn phes and cheerful training h,e exe tl .  r a . , :_.ut "hnae w,U. thereto free. Get started n.ow by writ- GeM bracelet .near clege ttea this 8th ico . r day o Zanuary 964 mg P. O. Box 2142, Spokane, campus. Miguel inserihed. Clk " allqulat County Clerk and Wash, 10 Reward. 235-6370. :By w o the Superior (]OUl, ] jl0p r. . MeCorkle, Deputy. (Jan. 10-24) by Irvin' Schubert CALL FOR BIDS Any registered voter of the Towr of ICE OF NOMINATING CAUCUS Medical Lake may be present and par- Eastern Washington ticipate in said Caucus and vote therein. ticelof registerediS hereby given that a Cau= By Order of 9he Town Council of the State g II  vote .... Town of Medical Lake this 26th day of o,iege Ileal La  rs Oz ne "l'OWl OI e will be held ir the Muniei- December, 1963. . Separate sealed bid pr0pos- .iAuditorlum of the Town Hall ! B.F. Morgan, Town Clerk", of .edieal Lake at the Ho n (SEAL) als are available far edueatian- u O CLOCK p M On 'l day of v - WedneSday the (Jan. 3-10, 1964) al equipment and/or supplies }dou $' of nominatlngtheanu'arY candl1964'[e:hoPUl, by Eastern Washington State --or at municipal electron to be ] lueSday the 10th day of Maroh,  College in the office of the Di- mdidate .t o be omlnated fo  ,.,..,1 rector of Purchasing, Rom A it" -.m ne followlng offices,  121 Shawalter Hall. yor Proposal forms may be ab- Uneilman.Pos,tmn lifo 1 o  tained at the above office. ._arSll- onW -3i" . I, w heli :, T. T. Wall, .'lTln;Positlon No. 2, Now held! Couaci=""_veatherill I Director of Purchasing v 'man-Position :No. 3, lw held (July 1, 1963-July 1,, 1964) Three bedroom house, unfurn- ished. 235-6581. n29tf Three bedr house for rent, ' phone 235-4123. d13tf Keith Wright, a ollege stu- dent at Cheney, dined with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea StLvMay. Susie McKinley was a, over- ndght guest of Sue Ham while she was spending the lmidays with hey grandmother, Mrs. Swegle, in Oheney. Connie Harris sopped at her grandmoer's, M. Jeanne Harris:, New Year's Eve on 'her way bome, to Spokane from her Mexican trip. iTax Help Available In Spokane Serviee to Oheney area tax- payers will be availahle dul'- ing the current Fling period at 600 Ben Marche:,BM,g., Spo- lne; between 8]% a, m.  and 4:45 p. m., anday hrough F'*riday, to ,nswer questions regarding ,the preparatioa of 1963 income tax returns, Neal S. Warren, district director of Internal Revenue, announced today. The 1963 instruction book- le,t, including re.urn forms, which has been mailed to all taxpayers who filed their re-! ,turns in Tacoma last year, has been prepared an a line-by- line basis to make it easier to locate the answer 'o questions the income fax form may pre- sent. Taxpayers who are unable to resolve their questions by reference to the instruction booklet can obtain he irffor- marion quickly and ecanoqni- ally by telelahoning TEmple 8- 4151, Warren said. Warren urged all axpayer., to file as early as .possible, be sure the return s properly signed and to recheck any copu,tatians. Because the In- ternal Revenue Service is can- ve,rtin, g to automatic data pro-, ceasing, Warren Mso said ha every individual taxpayer nmst correctly indicate his iden'tificat`ion number---his so- security umberan his tax return. This will assure more systematic handling and faster action on refunds. CARD OF THANKS We wouM like to express our sincere thanks and appre- ciation 'to the Cheney Volun- teer Fre Departme, and the Chermy Jaycees for the lovely plats sent to FranCe while in the hospital for .the birth of our dau,ghter, Holly Layne. Mr. and Mrs. Scottie McBvoom jl0p TRUSTEES O.K. [ Friday, Jan,ary 10, 1964 Cheney Free Pres Page 5 An exclange of o,==00/World Travelers Plan Complete Real Estate Service istings n,..,.,,., ur our buy- rs. We Trade Sell A es of Property and Bu: "*'cts. See, Write el phone -- STAN SPEAR -- M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7.7116 a30tf school staff members be- tween Eastern Washington State Col, le,ge and Central Can- necticut State College has been ,pproved by the EWSC board of trustees. Harvey Ericks0, Spokane, EWSC boad chairman, said ,that Ralph Stredwick, instruc- tor in the fifth grade of :he EWSC Campus Elemenry School, arid Robert J. Fizsim- mona of Vance FAemeneary EWSC Film-Lecture Show Hen and Frank Sohreider, who have traveled in 28 coun- tAes o, five eontinenes, will presenrt their ltest f'dm-lec- ture, "Adventures in Ind)- nes,,a," in a program at Eab ern Was, hington State College Thursday, Jan. 16. The program, shartirrg a,t 1:30 p. m., wi be in Showal- ter Auit'arium. The pbic may attend free. FRANK SCHREIDER Both graduates of the Uni- versity of California t Los Angeles, Helen and Frank met while still studes. "We cod- n't crowd a honeymoon into the curriculum, so we dreamed o a sheet jaunt by Jeep after grdruaon. Dreams were cheap. Anyway that's all we could afford." Couldn't Be Done But somewhere alarg the line he dream of a belated haneymoon developed into an expedition--and a h,n ..... ' C- -.,dlg ,,. They were ,the first to travel under their own power from Alaska to the tip of Sauth America. It was ,a trip the ex- perts a`id couldn't be dane. The Sehreiders and their am- phibious Jeep, Tortuga, proved that it could. As a result ,of this journey Frank was elected ,to mem- bership in the Explorers club ,the Saturday Everrirg Post property owners, Wylie W. Brown, county assessor, an- nounced today. Business firms, prafess$onal mer and others, now receive the marled-out forms, in addi- tion to the farmers. This is the fi'st time this lms been done and it will efi'minate he need for sen,ng deputy appraisers out into the field, Brown said. Porms, together with in- serted carbons, are provided or the convenience of proper- ty owners, making it possibe for them to fill them out them- selves, return all copies to the assessor's office for process- in,g; after which, a copy, cam- plete ,as to fin,al assessed walue, is returned for their records. Agricukural forms should be returned as soon as possi'ble, but in any event not er than March 1. All other classifica- tions, ,immediately, but be$ore I April 15. There are individuals and firms who are ,in doubt as to Faculty Pair Plan *Concert ever the problem, the proper- ty owner sh'auld feel free write .or conct  office, Brown commented. whether ,they are required to file personal proDery forms; ] Two mem b s of the East- likewise, there are those who]ern Washington State Oallege may require additional infer-Imusic faculty w`il present a marion or ,help in the prepa-I sorrata recital Wednesday eve- ration of 'their returns. Wtrat-nin,g at 8:15 in Shovaer Auditorium on the EWSC cam. pus in Oheney. Retahts will be Marvin Former Resident Has New Grandchild A san was born Christmas Day to Lt. John H. Lenox, grandon of Mrs. Cl,arence R. Miller, a ormer Amber rest-: dent now living in Los Angel- es. Lt. and Mrs. Lenox are liv- ing at Enterprise, Ah., where ,he is stationed at the Ft. Ruck- er Army base. The irffant is the third grea't-grandohHd of Mrs. Miller to be born on Christmas Day. Lt. Len,ox, a plot, is well known in the Amber .area as he visited Mrs. Miller and her late husband many times at their Amber ran, ch. He spent one summer with them. He and hs wife have one other cb:ild, a daughter named Debts Marie. The baby was named Jahn Hillin Lenox III. TRUSTEES TO MEET The Eastern Wasgan State College trustees win hold a business meetin a the Spokane Club net Friday at 7.30. Dinner will precede the meeting at 6:30 p. m. NEW BOSTITCH desk stapler power .. pocket clip convenience Use it for fastening paper, sealing bags, attaching la- bels, even tacking into wood. Dozens of other uses in home, ofllee, shop and school. Features attached pocket clip for easy carrying in et, purse or brief case. y fold-out rernove blade flicks staples out o work whenever desired. Ideal for traveling mere students--anyone on the go The perfect gift. MODEL B8CTJ Cheney Free Press [carried a five.part .serial of i their adventures; and their book "20,000 Miles South," was published by Doubleday arid was an Outdoor Life Book Club selection. Btt just as impotent, say the Schreiders:, that "short jaunt by Jeep," that belated h,aneymoon, las developed in- o a way of life. Si'ne then the Schreiders have been traveling for Na- ,tiorml Geogra, gbic Magazine. Their wandeAags have taken them to India, to Inflonesia and mst recently to A/rico. The@ latest book, "An Ad- vepttrr in Indonesi, a" is son to be published. Site of Film It was While on assgnen for National GeagapMc that the Schreidevs made their ex- citing color fim, "Adverture in ndneia." "The Repu,blic of Indonesia, one of the .most -tl eou- tries in Southeast Aia, is rich in raw materials, strategioaly loca, ted on ,the sea way be- tween Asia and Austrialia, and an mportant vice  the Afro-Asian Boc ,ha rgre- sets over ha the world's paptflion. Mulch, ink, violin, and Tvavis Rivers, lano. Mutchnik, who otds de- grees from .the Uriversity f ll4inois and from Northwest- ern University, is assistant professor of music a't EWSC, where 'he has been on the staff for four years. He is also concert master of .the Spokane Symphony orchestra. Rivers, in his first year as an EWSC music facuRy mem- ber, is a graduate of Baylor Umversiy Where he was a scholarship student and pian- ist wth the Bayler Symlh5' Orchestra. He was a medalist in the International Recording Festival sponsored try the Na- itional Gt; of Music Teach- era, and has taught .at the University af Iowa. I PATRONIZE YOUR L ADVERTISERS HELEN SCHREfDI Bt i is a eotmta-y ,torn by revou,tion and ecormic chaos. And yet, ,beheads he surface of Imlonesia,s prob- lems lies .all .the romance hat the names of Bali, Java, Su- maxa and the Spice Islands For 13 mor*thS, cOmpan- md ,by :their dog, h, Helen and Frank Se :hxider la'aveed from one end of Indonesia to the othe, Pr0m Sumaera to Timer their amphib`ios Jeep carried lem in the path of Mgellan, Drake, Blh and Dampier, though storm :and over reefs; across treadmaous emwents. College Displays Children's, Books Mare than 600 chren's lbraT honks, ,vl,v the outpu .of 50 publishers, axe art ehibiion at Eastern Wash- irgtan State Co,legs. The exhibit, in the EWSC Hall of Sciences, is 'open to the public and will coaUaue through January 30. The books have been brought t0 EWSC as an adjunct 'o the study of Childn's .Kterature by EWSC studers. All outstanding books of 1963, aaging t level from kirdergarten thuh junior high school, ,are on exhibition. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with Heatin00 0ils And All Sta00ndard Oil Products AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor BE 5-6378 CHENEY Jack's Service Garage 215 First Street BACK OF OLO BES00VAY BUILDING CENTER Official Triple "A" 24-Hour Towing And Road Service DAYS, CALL 235-6573 NIGHTS, 235-6298 OR 235-4468 d13tf