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Friday, Febtmry 26, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 NEWS BRIEFS NT a dessert meeting at the h, ome &apos;of Mrs. Kirby Sooy on Thursday afternoon, Feb. 25. Birthdays of the month were observed and a brief business meeting held. The invitation t,o visit the historical museum on Rates5 cents per 75c minirm;m (or Minimum adv. not cash will carry a 15 large. TO BUY buy up to 20 head of beef cows. C. Har- Lake. SA 3-3093, fl9p for baby. 303 North 235-6646. f26p acreage in Cheney- vicinity. Bernie {us-Co Realty, plmne or 235-4626. f26tf FEMALE survey work in your Write Standard We$ McGraw, f26p LOST elutc.h bag. Lost night. Please return ide:ntification cards. Bair's grocery, f26 stone ring near Stan- Lorrie Austin. f26p CUSTOM HOMES A beautiful home for you by M & J Builders. We ,have Choice lots avail- able or build on yours. Let me help with your planning. I will arrange com)le fi- nancing. Will take trade. Ken Morlan -- Cheney 603 Columbia Bldg., MA 4-1288 FOR RENT New 2 bedroom duplex. In- cludes w/w Carpet and ap- pliances. Avable Feb 10. Ken Morlan, Widmer Realty, MA 4-1288. f5tf Small 'apartment for single person or married couple available soon. Philena Apts., phone 23'5-4114. f26t Two bedroom :house near high school, all electirc heat, gar- ,age. Phone 235-4039 f26. Warm sleepin,g rom by week or month. Responsible. Close in. Phone 235-4785. f26p SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Sect- SALE ety, things you no longer old, 3 bedroom, need or use. Help Us To Help area, ,attaehed The Poor. For pickups call BE storage are. 5-6814. jl8tf heat, storm win- priced. Will pay a good price for US payment and and Canadian coins. Free ap- paymerts with praisal if you do not wish to sell 414 First St., Cheney P. GESCHKE jl9tf REALTY, INC. Phone 23S-4778 w WORK WANTED mney, Wash. Guaranteed outboard motor re- fl9tf pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf house block of hill beside res- Cheney Electric Shop. Cam- Mr. Lehto, Sci- plete wiring & repair. Elec- tric contractirg. Free Esti- mates. No job too smll. of all kind,, Norm Lewis, 235-6528. ordered a The Free service, jl5tf j29tf Cheney Plumbing Shop. Co-! set and miscl- pl,ete repair ,and p,lum,bng household .furm'sh. service. Licensed & Boded. SA 3-3031 after 8 Marvin BeckeT, 321 let St., f26p 235-6528. j29tf 3 bedroom house fu- HELP WANTED Shown by ap- National Corporatkm now ex- 235-4407. f26p varrdinqg in  ara d new 2 bedroom sale. All ectric, ,al in. Inquire at Station, Med- f26tf pickup, 1946 very good 'god cndition. 6507 Plymouth RI 7-8318. f26-m5 brooder, electric, little, guaranteed. 26p age 6, milkin bull. Phone 23 f26p ,and Shop bl," ling Income property. f26-m19p wardrobe, very Ph(me 235- f26p 3 bedroom-- to coRege. Irene 2 ful baths for 3rd bath, daylight bsmt, built-in range & kitchen eating plus room, white Swedish firepme, firepla'ce i,n fu- room. Shown call tb Wi1- f26tf & SMITH Spokane 1, Wash. OF ESTATE V6786 Court of the State of and for the County of of the Estate of N BENSON. Deceased. COunty of Spa- given that Del Cary w.w.a, of the rendered and settlement to, and Court of Soo- Wash., his final of said is asked to the property persons entitled to the said Del Cary the 26th day of 10:00 court rOOm of Otlr in the (ty of SDo- COunty. has and settlement and Petition for time and place in said estate may eXceptions in writing the same. February, 1966 : Clerk and Court. 12) H & SMITH Bldg., Spokane live wire man or woman for superv0ry capacity in this area. Challengirrg poior, with future. Recruiting or training experience 'helpful. Also sever- al representatives needed. White Termin Box 2922 Spa- . kane, Washington. fl9-m5 MISCELLANEOUS Eastern Star card pay, Ma- sonic ball Feb. 27 at 8 p. m. i Tickets 60 cents. Bridge, pin- i oclle, prizes. Dessert--D0r prize, f19-26 INVESTORS No G,amble--Go0d Return 2 bedroom duplexes includ- ing w/w carpet thruout & all appliances, fireplaces leased by year. Coioe lo- cation. Ken Movhn -- Cheney WIDMER REALTY 603 Columbia Bldg. MA 4-1288 that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims duly verified with ecessary vouchers upon the undersigned or upon Smith, Smith & Smith, the attorneyls of rec- ord, at their office at 615 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 26th day of February, 1965. Mae Engelhorn, Executrix of the above estate Smith, Smith & Smith Del Cary Smith, Jr., Attys. 615 S & E. Bldg., Spekar*e, Wash. (Feb. 26-March 12) the afternoon of March 5 was accepted. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Beaver w,iH entertain as weekend guests their two grandchildren, David and Lori Jensen of Spo- kane. The Lyman Jahnxoas, Sr., are watching Williams hke water rising and coveting the patio of their .house near the lake shore, a thing that has never happened before. Mrs. Leslie Mil'l spent part f Tue'sday with Mrs. Myrtha Mill and attended the Metho- dist church society meeting in the a,fternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin OkeT- strata entertained with a buffet luncheon at midni, ght Satur- day for members of the Am- ber orchestra wh, o pyed for the Firemen's dance Present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred McKin- ley, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ovnieek and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Luden and Sharon of Spokane, Bill Hibbard and the Okerstroms. The College Inn cafe, whicfi kas been closed for rep,airs and tar the operators Mr. and Mrs. Harvey As'hburn to have a va- cation, will open next week for business :as usual. Mrs. AShburn spent the weekend in Seattle as a guest of her daughter and of a granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rudol en- tertained as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Itampton. CALL FOR BIDS Bids are hereby called for furishing to ad for Sopkane County Fire Pro- tection District No 3 one comprehensive liability insurance policy covering the operation of Spokane County Fire Pro- tectio District No. 3 and all its mobile equipment, limitation of the policy to be $1000000.00 for one injury, $300,00000 for one occurrence, $5,000.00 property damage ; property damage to eontair $50.00 deductible provision. Alternate Request: Bids are also re- quested for comprehensive liability pol- icy, $250,000.00 o injury, $500,000.00 for one occerence. $25,000.00 property damage; property dange to contain either $50.00 or $100.00 deductible pro- vision. The District operates 19 fire trucks, eve gesp and one station wagon and said policy shall apecificany cover person- ally and includes drivers of all fire trucks under the State Financial Re- sponsibility Act and Officials and Of- ficers of the fire district in private cars when on busiress of the district. Policy to be in effect from and after April 1, 1965. It is to be explicitly understood that the District does not waive nor ehaU it waive nor shall insurance cover any accident or damage for which there is no liability by reason of Government immunity of the Fire District. (the same being a muncipal corporation.) It is further unlersteod that individu- al firemen are covered either by State Volunteer Firemens Relief and Compen- sation Insurance or by State Industrali Insurance. No recipcrocal or assessable insurance company bid can be accepted. Addtional iformation may be secured from Elmer Luiten, Secretary of the District, at his office at the Cheney Grain Growers, Inc., Cheney, Washing- ton, on or beforo 12:00 o'clock ron. March 13, 1965. Bids shall be filed with Art Bear*, Chief of said District, until 12:00 o- 'clock noon, March 13, 1965, at the District office, 1321 Second Street, Che- ney Washington, and bids will he pub- ]icly opened at a regular meeting of the oommissioners of said District to be held i the above men'a$oned office at the hour of 1:30 p. m. Saturday. March 13, 1965. The Commissioners reserve the right to reject any and all hlds and to waive any and all irreguyarities. Bidders shauld furnish the Commissioners with a sam- ple policy if possible By Order f the Board of Commiion, ors of Sookane Courtly Fire Preetion District No. 3. H. T. BROWN, Chairman kttest : Elmer Luiten, Secretary. (Feb 19-26) MORRISON & HUPPIN 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 78733 In, the Superior Court of the State of Washington ii and for the COunty of Spokame I the Matter of the Estate of ANDREW DANILUK, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havin claims against said deceased, are required to serve claims, duuly verified, with necessary vouchers up- on the undersigned at 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Washington or upon C. E. Hut pin the attorney of record at his office at 604 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Wash., ar,l file such clair with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred Date of the first publication of thi notice is 12th day of February, 1965. Tom Shelchuk Executor of the above estate. Morriso & ttuppin By C. E Huppin Attorneys 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Feb. 12-26) CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received until 1:30 p. m March 13, 1965 at the office of Spokane County Fire Protection Dis- trict No. 3, 1321 Second Street, Che- ney, Wash., for furnishing the following: To and for Spokane County Fire Pro- tection District No. 3 one Fleet Rated Policy of Fire and Theft Insurance for the following fire trucks and fire fighting equipment thereon, all as listed and described hereafter together with the date of acquisiton of the trucks, type of equipment and value thereof. Policy to cover radios, tracks and fire fighting equipmert. Policy to be in amount: equal to the cost of each truck and its equip- ment the same being the actual re- placement value thereof. Policy to be in effect from and after April 1. 1965. Trucks and equipment to be covered by said Policy are as follows: No. Date Truck Equipment Value 1 1964 Ford Statio Wagon Radio First aid equipment $ 5.000.00 2 1964 Ford Tanker Radio 2 250 GPM pumps 16,000,00 3 1945 Iternational Tank Radio 1,600 Gallon 5,000.00 4 1962 Dodge Radio Bean 40 700 gallon 13,000.00 5 1962 Dodge Radio Bean 40 600 gallon* 12,500.00 6 1961 Chevrolet Radio Bean 7 700 gallon 16,000.00 7 1957 Ford Radio Bean 40 500 gallon 9,500.00 8 1964 Dodge Radio Bear 20 406 gallon 9,000.00 9 1963 Ford Radio Bean 20 400 gallon 8,500.00 10 1959 Ford Radio Bean 40 500 gallon 9,000.00 11 1958 Chevrolet Radio Bea 40 500 gallo 10,000.00 12 1958 Chevrolet Radio Bean 40 250 gal0n 9,000.00 13 1960 Ford Radio Bean 40 5{}0 gallon 10,000.00 14 1965 Ford Radio Bean 40 700 gallo 13,500.00 .15 1959 Chevrolet Radio Beean 40 500 gallon 9,500.00 16 1960 Ford Radio Bean 40 500 ga16n 10,000.00 17 1950 Chevrolet Bean 20 250 gallo 3,000.00 18 1950 Chevrolet Meyers 20 200 gallon 2,000.00 19 1958 Chevrolet Bean 20 200 gallon 4,00000 20 1958 Jeep Radio Disc and Blade 3,{}00.00 Total cost of trucks and equipmcnt ................  ............. '.., $176.500.00 DITRS Policy to be replacement type March 13 65 at 130 p m , . . . . . (,r  * Addition or substitute trucks and l The C'mmlssmners reserv ourt of the State of equipment may be added at bas- bldito ;t ..... a-,, .:_ __e the rg.ht ..... # o] sx. l irregularities. Sample policy should be . o eciprocal or assessable irsurance [ submitted with bid if possible. ne Estate o company bid can be accepted i By Order of the Board of Commis- eased. Bids will be publicly opened'at a reg-/stoners of Spokgne County Fire Proteec- nat the under, ular meeting of the Board of Fire Dis- | tion District No, 3. :l bineCUethlxt tVc t Commissloners to be held ir the | H.T. Brown, Chairman -m, OHlce O tne Fire ]istrict 1321 Second | Attest: Elmer C. Luiten, Secreiary accordingly and Street Cheney Washington Saturday| (Feb 19-26) Tyler News By Wanda Stengle Guests ,at Thu.rsday eve- ning's potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ham and daughters were Mrs. Myrtle A. Ableman and rela- tives who came for Mr. Able- man's uneral last Thursday. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harrison .of Puyal]up, Mrs. Maude Logan of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Able,an and sons Gary arid Steve, Mrs. Wilma Plotts of Cheey, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Able.man and Lloyd Ableman. Food for the Suopiy meeting and dinn,ex at Spague school last Wednesday night. Mr..and Mrs. Gerad 0o axrd chiMren drove dow om Post Palls to spend Sunday with their paperers, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keith. Bob Stengle was a Sunday dinner guest also. Ms. Evelyn Shea ,and three children xpent the weekend wi, th her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marmy Pace of Kennewick. They returned Sunday eve- sing. Mr. a'nd Mrs. Gilbert Peter- son visited the h0vae of her niece, Mrs. Norman McLean urd)ay evening They ad driv- en to Seattle to visit his moth- e, Mrs. Emma Ste,ngte, wto remains seriously ill in a ho pital. Mr. and Mrs. Do,nald Davis had as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Don Krogstad and chil- dren and Mrs. Pearl Essling- er and children of Farming- ton. Ernest Trodel was a Sun- day caller. On Feb. 17 Mrs. Velma Da- 5s drove to Lamont to visit her sister, Mrs. Verd,a Kelly. Mrs. Hank KonSlmk ,afl son Ralph sae.nt the weekend t tbe .home of her sister Mrs. supper was prepared by sever- .a.1 Tyler la.dies. Kay Ham asks anyone who has saved stamps for ,her to !turn into the Grange, to please let her know nd she will call for them. Mrs. Velma Davis served the refreshments at the Gange last Tuesday night. The char- ter was draped in memory of Wesley Ableman. Mrs. Gilbert Peterson called on Mr. Leslie Brown l.a,.t Thursday at the Cheey nurs- ing home and found him to be recovering nicely after recent surgery Mr. and Mrs. John Ham ald family were Sunday din- ner guests at he home of Mrs. Wilma Plotts of Cbeney. Mr. and Mrs. Gil.bevt Peter- so,n,, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Brown attended the Grange birthday dinner in horor of her mother Mrs. Fred McD'ow- ell of Spokane. Several reLa- tives were present. Mr. and Mrs. Joe SChell hod as Stmday visitors lWr. and Mrs. Mel Sehell of Post Falls, also their children Mr. and Mrs. Ron McKown and Renee and Robert Jolm. Johnny Schell spent the day with his olks also. Friday luncheon guests at the Lloyd Ableman 'hne were Mrs. Myrtle A. Abtean, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Ableman and Mrs. Maude Logan 'of Spoltane. Ms. Logan and Mrs. Wes Able- man were overnight weekend guests. Mr. and Mrs. Art Stengle and children were overnight guests of Mr. ,and Mrs. Robert Stengle of Bremerton .last Sat- Smith Jewelers 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY Announcing the 1965 First Buttercup WINNER Jimmy Wilcox, Four Lakes, Feb. 3-$2.50 Tena Str|ef, Route 3, Feb. 9-$2.50 It's still a long time until you have gar- den flowers. Bring Spring into your house now by ordering fresh flowers from... Chet's Flowers The Greenhouse on the I-ligay First & Pine Phone 235-4916 You can relax when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance of Fairfield Sunday for a Dora East of Wlla Wafts. Lloyd Ableman has go.no to spend several days wth his brother Lewis Abteman of Otis Orrhards, who is ill. Good safety ,habits are worth acquiring, reminds the State Safety Coun,cil. WILLIAM C. HARRISON 501 Spokane & Eastern Bldg.. Spokane SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 177282 In the Superior Court of the Stats of Washingtor in and for the County of Slx)kane. CHARLES W. CHEEK. Plaintiff vs. CARROLL CHEEK, Defendant. The State of Washir*gton, to Carroll Cheek, Defendant : You are hereby summoned to appear withir sixty days after the date of 'he first publication of this summons, to- wit, within sixty days after the 26th day of February, 1965. and defend the above entitled setter* in the above en- titled c(mrt, aml nn,swcr the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your anwser upon the undersigned at- terrey for plaintiff, at his office below stated; and ir case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, -which has been filed with the elerk of said court. The object of this action is to obtair,' a decree of divorce ul)or several stat- utory grounds including desertion, )ner- tal cruelty and persoral indignities ren- dering plairtiff's life burdensome, and' separation of parties for more than five ] years. William C. Harrison /s/ Attorney for Plaintiff 501 Spokane & Eastern Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (Feb. 26-Ajril 2) EUGENE T. GOLDEN Walla Walls, Washington SHERIFF'S SALE State og Washington, County of Spo- By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon' Superior Court of Spo- kane County, or, the 19th day of Feb- ruary, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, in in the case of Sherwood & Roberts, Inc., a Washington corporation Plait*tiff ver- sus Joseph W. Schwab and Agnes E Schwab, husband and wife; Robert D. McGoldrick and Jeanne L. McGoldrick, husband and wife; Sherwood & Roberts, Spokane, Inc. ; Fred E. Storkey, Jr., the unknown heirs of ar,y of the above roamed Defendants, if deceased; also all other persons or parties unknown claim- ir,g any right, title, estate, lien or in'-i terest in the real estate described in the eomplairt herein, Defendants No. 171767, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will pro- cecd to sell tu the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At te o'clock a. m. on the 26th day of March, 1965i at South Courthouse door. Spokane, in Spokane County, ir the State of Wash- ington, all the right, title and interest of the above named d$fendants iT, and : to the following descrd real property, to-wit : Lot 3 in Block 3 of Manito Club Estates Ist Addition, as per plat thereof recorded in' Volume 7 of Plats, page 26; situate in Spokane Cunty. Washington. To satisfy a }hdgmer,t in favor Of Sherwood & Roberts, Inc. a Washington corporation" and against Jos- eph W. Schwab and Agnes E. Schwab, husband and wife; Robert D. McGold- rick and Joanne L. McGoldrick, hus- band and wife; Sherwood & Roberts, Spokane, Inc. ; Fred E. Starkey, Jr., et al Amounting to Sixteen Thousand One: Hundred Ninety Seven' and 79/100 ($16,197.79) dollars with interest at 6: per cent per armum from June 1. 1963 to date of sale and $1,017.91 attorney's fees and $67.75 (which invludes title ex- i pense) costs and increased costs. With l interest on attorney's fees and costs at 6% per anum from February 19, 1965i o date of sale Given under my hand, this 24th day of February, 1965. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy Eugene T. Golden, pla|tiff's Attorney (Feb. 26:l'arh 19) CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washmgton i State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or spplies by Eastern Washington State Cotlege in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hag. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, I964.July 1, 1965) 31 DAYS IN MARCH" McKESSON BEXEL VITAMIN SALE. ALSO SPECIAL PREMIUMS! TREMENDOUS SAVINGS ON ALL BEXEL & OTHER McKESSON VITAMINS FRill DESK PEN SEI" Youn FREE. A beautiful new Copper Glow Desk Set-- bMIpo|nt pen k also a combination ruler and letter. opener, While supply lasts at drugglsts l|sted below. SPECIAL PREMIUMS with FREE COUPON BOOY Huge savings on five wonderful gifts at practically giveaway prices are yours with frea Bexel Coupon Book. Coupons In book represent savings up to $69.91, Ask your druggist for It howl See rumples on display. 410 1st St. BE5-6348 Cheney, Wash. /. H. Westerman NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEET. ING AND ELECTION Water Conservation Dixtrict Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District The annual meeting nd elec- tion of the Southwest Spokane Soil and Water Conservation District will be held between the hours of 9:00 a. m. and !2:00 p. m., on Friday, Feb. 26, 1965, at Cheney City HaU, 602 2nd Street, Cheney, Whshing- tan. The public is urged and in- vited to attend. All landowners ad texm.nts within tle District are .eligible to vote Tim pur. pose of the election is to elect one supervisor of the District f;or a three-year term. The an- num meeting will inlu.de a full report of District activities, in- cluding a financial report. By order of the Washirrgton State Soil .and Water Con,zva- tion Committee. Date: Febru, ary 9, 1965. By: Richard A Bain, , Administrative Officer (Feb 19-26) GORDON CORNELIUS 1117 Peulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 76995 In the Matter of the Fstate of Washington in and for the C<mr,ty of Spokane. In, the Matter of the Esate of HENRY L. IIOWARD, deceased. Nxtice is hereby given that the under- signed administrator with the Will armex- ed, of the above entitled estate, will sell at private sale the following de- scribed real property, to-wit: South Half of Southwest Quarter of Section 28, Towr*ship 21 N)rth, Range 42, E, W, M.. anvl :Northwest Quar- ter of etion 33, Township 21 North, Rarge 42, E. W. M.. all in Spokan County, State of Washingtor; said property to be sold for ("ash. and said property to be sold on or after the 8th day of March, 1965. Bids or offers must be in writing and may be left at the office of Gordon E. Cornelius. 1117 Paulser Building, Spo- kane, Washington, or be filed in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled codrt at any time after February 26, 1965. Dated this 24th day of February. 1965 Gordon E. Cornelius, Administrator with the Will Armexed. (Feb 26-March 5) GORDON E. CORNELIUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 73955 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of IVA OLIVE BENTON, deceased. Notice is hereby given' that the under- slgped administrator of the above en- titled estate, will sell at priavte sale the following described real property, to-wit : Lot 12 in Block 12 of Chamber- lin's Addition to Spokar*e Falls (now Spokane), in the City of Spokane, County of Spokane, State of Wash- ington; said property to be cold for cash, and said property to be sold or* or after the 8th day of March. 1965. Bids or offers must be in writing and may be left at the office of Gordon: E. Cornelius, 1117 Paulsen Building, Spo- kane, Washingtor, or be filed in the office of the Clerk of the above entitled court at any time after February 26. [965. Dated thls 24th day of February, 1965: Gordon E. Cornelius, Attorney for Admiristrator. ', (Feb. 26-March 5) EUGENE I, ANNIS SHERIFF'S SALE State f Washington, County of Spo- cane.----. By virtue of an Execution issued out of the Horn Superior Court of Spokane County, on. the 9th day of February, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Northwest Credit Adjusting Compar,y. Inc, a eorF, oration, Plaintiff versus Bertram M. Sanderson and Mrs. Ber- tram M. Sanderson, his wife Defendants No. 177164, and to me, as Sheriff, direct- ed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit : At ter, o'clock a. m, on the 26th day of March, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spokane tr Spokane County, in' the State of Wash ington, all the right, title and interest of the above framed defendarts in and to the following described real roperty, to-wit: Lot 1, Block 3, Assessor's Plat No. 12, County of Spokane, State of Wash- ington To satisfy a judgment in favor of Northwest Credit Adjusting Compa. Ins., a oarporatio and against Bertram M. Sanderson and Mrs. Bertram M. an- derson, his wife, and each of them, and the community composed of said larties Amounting to Fifty Two and 64/100 ($52.64) dollars with interest at 6 per- cent per antrum from July 28, 1964 to date of aale and $5.00 attorr, ey's fees and $2220 coots and increased ecets. Giver, under my hand, this 23rd day of February, 1965. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy Eugene I. Annis, Plainciff'S Attorney (Feb. 26-March 19) SMITH, SMITH & SMITH 615 Spokane & Eastern Bid, Spekane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No.78647 In the Superior Court of the State ot Washingtor, in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of pEARL E HAZELTINE, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executri of the above estate in this court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with nseesary vouchers, uper, the undersigned, or upo Smith, Smith & Smith, the attorneys of record at their office at 615 Spokann & East- ein Bldg., Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of thin notice is 26th day of February. 1066. Mae Engelhorn, Executrix. of the above estate. Smith. Smith & Smith Del Cary Smith, Jr., Attys, 615 S & E. Bldg., Spokane, Wash (Feb. 26-March 12) CLAUSEN & GLL 701-70 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77654 win the Superior Court of the State of ashington in and for the County of Spokar In the Matter of the Estate of MARY ELMINA WHITE, Deceed. Notice is hereby lrlve that the ule signed have been appointed as Exseuters of the above estate in this Curt and have qualified accordlngly, and that all persovs having claim against sid deceased are required to serve c]atms. duly verified, with necessars, vouehers upor* the undersigned at 702 Fidelity Bilding, Spokane. Wahtngtor,, or upon Clausen & Gemini|l, the attOrneys of record at their office at 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash and file such claim with proof of such service ir the offlec of the clerk of tho above court at the Oity of Spokane, Weshingten, within six months after the first puMication of this notice, or they will be f barred. Date of the first Wbl|etlOn of this notice is 26th day of February. I965. Thomas E, Satger and Charles B Sang,r, Exutors. Cqausen & Go,mill, Attorneys 702 Fidelity P,lg, Spokane. Wash. (Feb. 26-March 12)