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Page 8 eheney ee. Press Friday, Jarmry 31, 1964 [ WRONG WAY RANDYCheney's Randy Liddeil (white uni- form) jumps toward the basket while the ball seems headed the other way in game here Friday against Newport won by Cheney 61.46. Others identified are, left to right, Newport's J. Ott (41), Mike Liddell of Cheney, Torgeson (43), G. Johnson (23), and Howard Marsh (42). Cheney Back in Contest After Assist From M-L i A big a, ssist from Medical cipal George FiSher said the Lake has put Cheney rght back in the thick o Northeast A League basketball competi- tips Medical Lake surprised the t0p-ranked Indiars of Cahrille 60-49 at Medical Lake last Sat- urday to pull in,to a tie for the league lead. Both squads now sport 8-1 records. Oheney, mcanw.hile, was de- feating Newport 61-46 Satur- day ni.gh,t at Cheney ,to take unc}iputed second place with a 6-2 league record. The Cheney-Mead game scheduled last Friday night was postponed because of bad weather. It will be made up Tuesday nght at Gheney. Prin- BOWLERS NET $73 FOR DRIVE LB,cal bowlers empettirg in the nrmal MarCh of Dimes tournaments donated a atal of $73 to the March of Dimes. In the women's diwision Hun- B game will start at 5:45 p. m. a,nd the varsity contest will begin at 7:15 p. m. Cheney will meet lowly Kettle Fails, mired deep in the second division of th lc:agle, c.n'ght (Friday)and travel to East Valley Saturd,ay for an im9rtant game there. East Valley is just a ste below Cheney in the standings. Stage Set If Chancy caa, remain unde- feated thro=:ffh i.ts next four alncs t, he st, z,ge will be set '::r a shBw d,'0,,:i ncxt weekend and the f311owing weke,nd with Colville aad Mcdical Lake c>ming here for re,turn games. A seeo.r.d game wi,;h always t:)ugh Me,ad a,}so remains on the schedule. "Irne Mzrsh b0s--:,hn and -Bwar't--c.c,:n,bin::l cf?cvts to -.re? Chancy Fast Newport. John flipped in 19 p,gi:r./.s and Howard got 14. Newport 12 11 9 14--46 Cheney 20 9 17 15---61 Newport (46)Gus Johnson West Valley Swimming Meet Hands CHS 31-9 Defeat PREP WRESTLING W L PF PA Shadle Park .6 0 169 100 Rogers ............ 6 1 175 104 N. C ................. 5 1 191 64 L. & C ......... 4 2 171 93 W. V ............... 4 2 169 111 Mead ................ 3 3 145 97 C. V ................. 3 3 133 142 Ferris .............. 2 4 120 164 E. V ................. 1 6 104 217 University ...... 1 6 103 229 Cheney .......... 0 7 83 215 West Valley 4anded Cheey its seventh consecutive ,high This Afternoon Pits 3 Colleges Eastern Washington State College wH host an Ever- green Con/erence triswim- ming meet this afte,rnoon in the college's FieMhouse pool in Cheney. We:stern Washington State, Whitworth Oollege ,and East- ern will be the competi,tors. For the Savages, w.h,o have failed to win a meet ,this yeaT, it will be the first enco,unter with Whitvoth but the sec- ond against Western, who won then, 56-38. school w:res, tlirg defeat last Dastern's Dick Griffit.h, a Thursday at Cheney, piling up Spoka,ne junior, has yet o be a 5'1 9 win defeted .on the one and three- " -- " !meter diving events Gviffith is Kesurts: 105 pounds--Mike Rattray e coMerence champion and (C) d. Dick Brisbois, 2-0. I finished fourth las year in "114 pounds--Tim Battin (W- national comlpe,tion in bB,th V) d. Vern Scott, 14-0. l events. 122 pounds--Jim Jackson (WV) d. Bill Miller, 4-0. I 129 pounds--Pat Knowlerl ALLEY ANTICS (wv) d. Steve McMillan, 7-5.[ 135 pounds--Steve Hawks (WV) d. Strawther McBain, 4-0. 140 pounds---Steve Miller (C) d. Rich Burnett, 4-2. 147 pounds--Keith Koch d. Peter Larson, 7-2. i 156 pounds--John John- !son (WV) d. Dennis Springer, 5.2. 167 pounds--Chuck Her-i mann (WV) pinned Roger Christianson, 1:53, second. 177 pounds--Walt Hitch- cock (WV) d. Darrell Phillip- son, 6-1. 193 pounds--Mike Barlow (WV) d. Darrel Phillipson, 7-2. Unlimited -- Jerry McCol- Iough (WV) pinned Jim Pren- tice, :59, second. B squad--WV 28, Cheney 18. Savages Off For 2 Games On Weekend Eastern Whingt0 State C011ege's Savages lave their sights trained on toppling un- defeated Pacific LutheT,an Uni- versity from atop fhe Ever- Wednesday Mixed League Go Mats 45 27 J. G.'s 40 32 Dis Ables 40 32 Four Sprees 36 /.2 351/'2 Barnts 33 39 Refugees 321 391/'-' Three M's and C 32 40 Strugglers 29 43 Go Macs 2271, 797 ; Ron McKinley 200, Dee Ableman 508; Eloise Goodwin 204, .87. Bowlerettes M N M Drive In 52 24 Hillcrest Stables 45 31 Cheney Lanettes 38/z 371/"-' Western Auto 38 38 Holmes Hardware 36 39]/'., IGA hairs 3 5% 40% Pinehurst Motel 29 47 Cheney Homes 281/,_, 47V. Cheney Lanettes 2372 w/hi Hillcrest i'illies 835 ; Dorothy Masterson 213 wo/h ; Margo Arndt 488 wo/h. Fireball Ceney Bowl 58 26 I. O. O. E. 48 36 Lutheran Church 48 36 Bill Hatch Trophy 43 41 Jones' 'Resort 42 d2 Beehive 88 46 System Amusement 37 47 Poor Boys 21 62 Darrell Wolfe picked 3, 7, 10. Les Morehouse picked 5, 8, 10. Cheney Bowl 3103, 1090; Dick Weigel 235 ; Bob Enright 613. Timber Toppers -- Juniors ['eam Number 4 12 , Team Number 3 12 Team Number 2 11 7 Team Number 1 5 15 Team No. 1 1455, 521; Ron Mickel- son 183, 532. Koffee Kup Keglers B Plus 45 Shirt Tales 43 C. I. Janes 38 Four Question Marks :8 Corny Cobs 34 S. O.G. 33 Pill Rollers : 11/2 green Conffcren,ce ,standings Krazy Kates 25 Four Question Marks 2103 ; G. I. when the two teams meet ,in a 774; Sabra Stewart 209; Janey basketball game in Tacoma to- night. The Lutes, 6-0 in conference phy, downed Ea,ern earlier tiffs month on the Savages' hoe cout, 96-75, Sturday t'ha Eastern team mves to Bellingham f0v its second encounter with West- ern Washington State, a team the Savages bea by a rmrv(v 62-61. Record Now 6-12 Coach W. B. Reese's team has ,a season record of 6-12, 27 28% 34 34 38 39 4O% 47 Janes Dyck  ii 142 16 Mar- 513. Timebr Toppers -- Bantams Bench warmers 17 Rats 13 Aces 9 I/z Spunky Stinkers 8 Aces 405 (2 games), 465; Mieky ion 161, 272 (2 games). Cumey Automotive Al's Chev0_ Station 52 2 Higgins & Hnderson 52 28 Virgir's Eneo Station 40 40 Cheney Auto Parts 39 41 Sunset View Ranch 37 43 AI's Auto Parts 36fiz 43fi- ' Brown & Holter 35 45 Hillerest Stables 29,z 50V2 AI's Chevron Station 3071; Brown & Hotter 1084 ; James Dyck 635, 224. Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 61 23 Christian Church 53 31 nah StMborn ws the trophy winner with a 650 se,rles. Men's ch'am,pion was Dee b:ble- man with a 673 series. In the junior division, Yvonne ar- man was the winer with a two game series f 370. The champions will receive their trophies on ,a te,levi)n pro- gram Sundoy. EWSC WRESTLERS HIT TH E ROAD A pa 0, wreting m'a,tch- es face East,rn Wahin,gto 2Late CcUcge gra, pplrs in Mis- suh Saturdav. The Savages mbt Ricks College in the morning, then take on Mo- tara Sate University in the evening. In their first season of in- tercollegiate wrestling compe- ti.tion, the Svages hve a 2-1 recerd, having already defeat- ed MSU 16-10 in Clney, and spli, tting a pair wth W, hitma,n Callege. 10, Larry Reynolds 2, Terry Bowerman 4, Stu Davis 17, bringing the veteaan Savage Miit Wedlk 1, Bill Torgeson 1, mentor's career to 546-300. Mike Peterson 7, John Ott 1, Eastern is 1-3 in conference Ron Bozerth 3. play, Western s second in the C .......... star, dings with 4-2 a,nd Whit- neney (Ol}--Jonn arn worth is 2-2. University f Pu- 19, Howard Marsh 14, Ranay pet Sourd, 1-3, s tied with Liddell 8, Mike Liddell 4, '. ....  o...., xxr..u - I Eatvzu, aszu ,..'..taa. *vaz" Chuck Dittmar 5, Gary Rietz 2, I not, rm f' ( A i, h ollr John Fletcher 5, Gary Scott 4.1dweller _..:_ I.L _ I The Savages have four 1Nay- Ib I(Itle /elm ers, all sta,rters, with scoring .averages in double figure,s. Joe Plans Car Wash The Eas,;ern Washington State College rifl team will hod a car xash Saturday and Sunday at Virg's E2:c'o Station on 1st St. The team will h0M a dance this evening (Friday) ,at City Hall from 9 to 12 midnight, Proceeds from both events will be u:s,cl to purchase need- A:llen has 15.0; Darwin Mona- smith, 11.2, .and Alex Woods 12.2. All are seniors. Junior lira Tu4ton is averaging I0:5. Reese expects to get some xtra rebouncting s,trength !roan Gene Nelson,, a hte re- porter to the squad. The 6-6, 220-poured St. John sop.homove came into the EWSC-Seatfle Pacific game late, and in midi- R. O. T. C. 43 41 Hacienda 42 42 Outlaws 39 45 Nabisco 35 48% Brown & Holter 31/z 521/'2 Free Press 31 53 Hacienda 2963. ROTC 1052; E. Fens- temacher 221, 539. 50clock Mixed plits & Misses 47% 321/'2 Pin Pals 41.z 38/.z S & W 4UA 38'/'_, Comets 401z 39 /'z Sure Fires 39/., 401/_. Amberites 39 41 3alvert's Reserve 36 44 Ringadings 341/'2 45/'2 Pi Pals 2389; Splits & Misses 835; Joe Spuler 220; Bill Stiffler 533; Anna Shoal, 220 ; Elsie Ledbetter 456. Candidacy Revealed Grays Harbor county treas- urer Don F. Smith of Aber- deen, today announced his can- didacy for the position of Sta,te Treasurer (m the Democratic ticket. Smith was an Adrnin- i.tive A,sisat to State ed equipment and t,o help send the team to an Idaho State meet ,at Sandpaint Feb. 8-9. Lion to s.howing strength under Treasurer Matin durin,g his the boards, scored a quick 11 first term in that office, and i points, ihas been Coun, ty Trestmer of I In the important rebound-Grays Harbor Country for the !inch deparbmet, Woods leads past 10 years. he Savages. in cnffernee games with 36, oll'owed by All, e r aRd Nelson, each with 35. Kennedy Graduates Condon P. Kennedy o Che- ney was scb.eduled to receive an Army 2rid Lt. eommi, ssion teday at mid-year cmmisson- ing exercises at W,shington State University. 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 Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 Tyler News Mrs. Letha Plofls FUNERAL HELD Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son atended te ftm,eral of Mrs. Ka, ther'me Chipperfield in Sprague onday. TYLER BRIEFS M:r. Peterson and Ron Ro,b- in:son took the sons ,of JeTty De Spain, Jim and R,itch, to the fther-son banquet .hem at the Community Church in Sprague Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hoavard B,uo'b of Cheney dined wth he Jack Brown family Sunday. Mrs. Gene Cassidy of Spo- kane was a Star, day dinner guest at the D.ormld Davis home Sunday. Mrs. Davis visited her nephew, Dick Compton af Che- ney, who is in St. Lakes h0s- pital, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don S.hea f Nampa were house guests of his patents, the Ira Sheas, from Wednesday .to S:a, turd:ay. Mrs. R. L. Jackson spen, t the weekend with her daug.hter and family, the Dean Abbot{s, MURPHY & MERR/Aq 418 Symons Bldg., Spokane. Waoh. NOTICE OF HEARING RE: MOTION WHERE'S THE GAME?--Partial view of crowd at Cheney, Newport basketball game here last Saturday catches specta- tors looking all directions--some at the game, some at their friends and others at photographer Warren Westerman. Iden- tified in front row are Les Williams, Bill Homer and Bernie Stumbough. Williams and Stumbough are Cheney students. Homer attends Eastern Washington State College. ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDGETT BROS. PeR DEFAULT AND DECREE No. 153824 In the Superior tourt of the State o Nashington in and for the County ol nokalle. JANE MINER, Plaintiff, v. THOMAS E. MINER, Defendant. To: Thomas E. Mirer, Defendant: Please Take Notice that on the 13th day of February, 1964, in the Presiding Department of the Superior Court of Spokane County, Spokane, Washington, at 2:00 o'clock p. m., nr as soon there- fter as counsel may be heard, the plain- tiff, pursuart to a Motion for an Or- der of Default against you, will apply to the (.mrt for an order adjudging you to be in default in the above en- titled case, and will at the same time and place make application to the Court MERRITT A. @18 First St., ChmY, NOTICE OF SETTLEMEN2 No. 74903 In the Superior Court of Washington in and for the Spokane. Ir the Matter of the MARY :E. MOORE. State of Washir, gton, kane.--as. Notice is hereby giver ward Garner, the above estate, has rendered for settlement to and filed in Court of Spokane County, ington his firml account utor, and a petitio.n for the of said estate, in which the to settle aid r.state, perty to the heirs or to the same, and W. Edward Garner, and th the entry of a decree granting her 28th day of February, o' absolute divorce i ........ 'd ...... qtlI t hpur of 11:00 o'clock "  }laint a COpy of I Court room oi oa the prayer oI tne coral , t. "n le "it o' -- o on October  tor court,  t C y which was serve up n yc41 I ,.: 1 ,mtv h -'* 27 1958  poane ....... ., -.-- u- bated this 24th day of J ...... y, 1964. / rnah2ch%rigaadpItlie Murphy & Merryman, Attorn,eys / "" By ss Thomas E Merryman | bution, at wl]ich time an ' " l person interested in said (Jan. gl) MURPHY & MERRYMAN 418 Symone Building, Spokane. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 74734 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY MEtE BAItTOLE'VFA, An :[n- conapetent }'el'sob. Notice is hereby given, that the under- signed have been appointed guardians of the person and property of the shove person in this Court and imve qualified accordingly, and that all persons hav- ing claims against said person are :c- in Spokafne. quired to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon Patrick Mr. and Mrs. Gene Jackson H. Murphy, the attorney of record, at and f, amily of Spokane were his office at Symons Buihling. Spokane. Washingtor, and file sueh claim with dinner guests at he LeRo proof of such service in the office of Jackson .home Sunday. the Clerk of the above Court at the Mrs. Letha Plotts had Sun- City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication day dinner with .her son, Re- of this notice, or they will be forever zeau Pipits, and family. The Date of the first publication of this occasion was Bob Plotes' birth- notice is 31st day of January. 1964, Frank Bartoletta and Rose Bar- day. Other guests were Mrs. toletta. Guardians. AIbert SehuItz and Betty Lou Murphy & Merryman and Mr. ad Mrs. Dick Schultz By: s/s Patrick H. Murphy Attorneys for Guardians of PortlaHd ,ar, d Mrs. Alice (Jan. 31-Feb. 14) H, oleman of Spokane. JUNE'S BEAUTY SHOP Highway No. 10 ACROSS FROM GEIGER PERMANENTS $6.50 AND UP, COMPLETE MA 4-6387 1-10-31 (00irror PROBLEM CHILDREN Q. I have a 5.year.old who san really work up a gtorm, ff/hy do children have tem- per tantrums? A. Because they haven't learned self-control, Anger is a natural emotion. There are times when everyone would like to beat the floor and chew up the rug. Many doc- tors say that children fly off the handle for two reasons. They have found that tan- trums put them in the center of the stage (and like ham actors they want all the at- tention). Or they may really believe that they have been denied something they should have. The child doesn't par- ticularly care whether you agree with him or not. Answers do not necessarily rellect the opinion of all doctors. The diagnosis and treatment of dlsease s the function of the patient's personal physician. Send questions to: P.O. Box 1174 Louisville 1, Ky, appear and file his ing thereto and contest tho Dated this 24th day of George Fallquist Clerk of the Superior By Edward W. (Jan. 31-Feb. 14 FRANK J. 303 American Legion Bldg., NoTIcE OF SETTLEMENT No. , 2723 I the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of BLANCHE McCARROLL We maintain full stocks of prescription drugs . have the professional skill to dis- pense them promptly and the reputation to do so at reasoPable pri,.o% Notice The College Inn will be closed during the Month of February BE5-6348 Mr. & Mrs. Harvey Ashburn W.H. Westerman Good Stock of Late Model V-8 Motors HAROLD J. TR1ESCH 509-512 Radio Central Bldg.. Spokane NOTICE OF SAt,E OF REAL ESTATE No. '/4360 In' the Superior Court of the State Can be put in trucks. Used Door Glass of Washington ir and for the County of spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of KAREN CARIVEAU LINDSTROM, de- ceased. Ntice is hereby given that Harold J. Trieseh, in his capacity as Admin- istrator of the above estate, will t;ell at private sale and for cash the follow- ing described real estate: Lot 20, Block 12, Rochester Heights Additio to the City of Spokane, County of Spokane. State of Washig- ton, to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted iu writing and may be left with the Administrator at 509 Radio Central Building, Spo- kane, Washington. Bids will be received until date of sale. The sale will be made on, or after February 16, 1964. The administrator reserves the right to reject any and all dds. Harold J. Triesch AdministratT and attorney i09-512 Radio Central Building Spokane, Washington (Jan. 31-Feb. 7) State of Washington, kane.--es. Notice is hereby given National Bank of ministrator of the rondered and tlement to and filed Court of Spokane County, ington its Fir*at Account trator, and a petition button of said estate. Court is asked to settle distribu.e the property or persor*s entitled to discharge the said Friday, the 28th day 1964, at the hour of 10:00 at the court room of our Court, in the City of Spokane County, has the hearing and Account and Petition at which time arid interested in said estate file his exceptions in and contest the same. Dated this 27th day of (eo. ,. FaUquist, Clerk of the By Harry Heinzen (Jan. 31-Feb. Richter, Wimberley 708 ONB Bldg., NOTICE TO No. 76397 [n the Supermr Court Washirton in arl for Spokane. In the Matter  of T. A. MYKLEBUST, A. MYKLEBUST Notice is hereby given signed have been of the above estate in have qualified accordin: persons having claims deceased are required duly verified, w[h upon the undersigned at 7 Bank Building Spokane. upon Richter, Wimberley attorneys of record at Old National Bank Washington and file CLYDE H. BELKNAP proof of such service Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. the Clerk of the above ......... of Spokane, SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington County of Slm- By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 21st day of Jan- uary, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of The Northwesterr Mutual Life Insurance Company, a corporation Plain- tiff versus Henry Weitz and Elsie Weitz, also known as Elsie D. Weitz, husband and wife ; The United States of America Sceva Steel Buildings, Inc., a corpora- tion; James Walch; Cotrad G. Walch and Martha Walch; Husky Oil Co., a corporation; Patricia Thiebes Plumb; and Carl A. Weitz, Defendants No. 170935, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will sell to the highest bidder for cash, within' the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's' Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 6th day of March, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the State c.f Washington, all the right, title and ir*terest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : The East Half of the Southwest quar- ter ; the Southwest quarter of the Southwest quarter; the East 891 feet of the Northwest quarter of the Southwest quarter ; the West Half of the East half and the South 830 feet of the Southeast quarter of he Northwest Quarter of See,titan 8 ; ALSO THE north half of the Northwest Quarter of Section 17; All in Town- ship 27 North. Range 43, E. W. M., EXCEPT roads; situate in Slmkane County, Washington To satisfy a judgment in favor of The Northwestern National Life Irsurance Company, a corporation and against Henry Weitz and Elsie Weitz, also known as Elsie D. Weitz, husband and wife; The United States of America Sceva Steel Buildings, Inc., a corpor- ation; James Watch; Corwad G. Watch, and Martha Walch; Husky Oil Co., a corporation ; Patricia Theibes Plumb ; and Carl A. Weitz, Amounting to Forty Eight Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Seven and 92/100 ($48,997.92) Dollars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from December 11, 1963 ar.d $1,750.00 attor- ney's fees arid $50.05 costs and increased costs. Title Expense $26.00. Interest on attorney's fees and costs at 6% from December 11, 1963 to sale. Given under my hand this 27th day of January. 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce, Deputy. Clyde H. Belknap. Plaintiff's Attorney (Jan.. 31-Eeb. 21) JOSEPH NAPPI months after the first notice, or they will be Date of the first notice is 31st day of T. B. Myklebust bust, Executors of Paul H. Rtchter Richter, Wimberley & 708 ONB Bldg., (Jan. HARRISON M. 1004 ONB Bldg., NOTICE TO :No. In the Superior Court Washington in and for Spokane. In the Matter of ETTA S. SWANSON, Notice is hereby given signed has been of the above estate in has qualified persons having claims ceased are required to verified, with necessary the undersigned at Bank Building, and file such claim service i the office of above Court at the Washington, within six t first publication of this will be forever barred. Date of the first notice is 31st day of Js Harriso M. the above estate. garrison M, Berkey 1004 ONB Bldg., Spot (Jan. HARRISON M. 1004 ONB Bldg., NOTICE TO No. In the Superior Washington, in and Spokane. In the Matter of ROBERT L. CRAIG. Notice is hereby ge has been above has qualified persons having claims ceased are required duly verified with upOn the undersigned dar Street, Spokane, Harrison M. Berkey, ord at his office at 1 Bank Building. and file such claim such service in the the above court at the 509-12 Radio Centrai Blug, Spokane Washingtor*, within six first publication of SHERIFF'S SALE 'will be forever barred. State of Washington, County of Spo- Date .of the first IC kane--ss notice s 31st day of By virtae of en Order of Sale issued I Esther C. Craig 1 of S o aoove estate out of the tton. Super'or Court 31 -I . kan,e County, on the 23rd day of Janu-/ Harmson M&..Bel'key uary, 1964, by the Clerk thereof. n 'he J 1004 ONt llug., case of Queen City Federal Savings & [ (Jan. &Loan As.vcia(ion of Virginia, a cor- poration Plaintiff versus Marvin R. ANTHONY Wick and Noreen M. Wick, busband and wife; Neilan A. Reams and Donrm M. Reams, husband and wife; Ethelyn B. Britz, a widow ; James Edward Britz; Sandra Ann Britz and N.icholas Bernard Britz, Defendants No. 170387 and to me, as Sheriff. directed and de- livered. Notice is hereby giw, n, that I ',rill sell to the highest bidder for cash, within fhe hours prescribed by law :for Sheriff's' Sale.% to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 6th day of March, 196! at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokan.e County. in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in and to the fallowing described real !0roperty, to-wit : Lot 9 in Block 15 of Webster, :;n the City of Spoksne. County of Spo- kane and State of Washington, as per map thereof recorded in Bc,k "A" of Plats, pae 156. in "he offive of the County Auditor of said Coun, ty to satisfy a judgment in rein in favor of Queen, City Federal Savings & Loan Aociation of Virginia, a corlration and against defendants A,n(/urd.ir L,) Twelve Thousand Eight Hundred Thirty Five nd 74/100 (.12,835.74) Dollars with interest at 5 3/4 per cent per an- rmm froni November 1, 1962 and $10.10 attorney's' fees and ,',I3.86 co:t:; an, t increased costs. Title Expense of $26.00 and for real estate taxes and FHA insurance advances of $123.44. Interest at 6 from January 23, 1964 to isle on attorney's' fees and costs. Given under my hand this 27th day of January, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce, Deputy. J(xset}h Nappi, Plaintiff's Attorey (Jan.. 31-Feb. 21) 1327 Old National NOTICE TO No. In the Superior of Washington, in of Spokane. In the Matter of ELMER EMMAN*UED ceased. Notice is hereby signed has been of the above estate has qualified persons having claims ceased are required to verified, with the undersigned at Bank Bldg., Spokane. Anthony J. Feliee the ord at his office at Bank Building, and file such of such service in the of the the above Spokane, Washington, after the first or they will be Date of the first notice ]s 31st dny Ilernard Ved rig the above etate. Anthony J. Felice At 1327 Old National Spokane, "Washint (Jan. PATRONI]