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:, FOR BIDS _Y called for :furnishing I )kane CourJty Fire Pro-I  qo. 3 and all its mobile ation of the 1)olicy to nee, $5.000.00 prol)erty *r one injury. $300,000.00 'ty damage to contain qornehensive liability pol- } . l. I "" lnjury $500,000.00 I 1 I co, $25 000 00 ")r t- / damage" to 100.00 deductible pro- Classified Rates--S cents per] ..................... 19 fire tr cks word, with 75c minimum (or J * FOR RENT iOneailyWagon an 15 words). Minimum adv. not / T,- oi  paid in cash will carry a 15c/qh'ree bedroom house, unfurn- mn Re- billina charae / isned. 235-6581. n29tf an, V- F0R SA L i ..... / W- b--dr oo,------m hous-- f o--r re--nt- rom and after ' close to to,vcn. Cal,1 235-6343, understood that New 2x4's $35 M; Pine sheath- not Waive nor shall ins $45 M: Zonolite. Insulate which your attic n.ov, 1 to 50 sacks $1.39; 50 or over $1.35 per (the ame s'ack. Cash & Carry, 309 Union that in- 235-4584. d20tf COvered either by Relief and Three bedroom home, eose to by State In-i or - college. Inquire Howard company bid can be OOS, Safeway store, Cheney. may be j24tf Ca}f scour pills 20c each. Che- Mab hey Drug. f7t:f with Art W'O end ,step tables, one cor- ner step table, blonde oak finish. Harve J,rdan, 714 7th. :egular meetin f21-28p af said District of- 11 foot IHC drill; 4 bottom m 16" IHC plotv; 4,section 14' right IHC springtooth; pover take- "waive Bidders off IHC baler; Massey,Harris with side del. rake. Henry Hengen, of Spangle, phone 245-3366. Dis- of February, f21-ml3p hairman Used bathroom wash-bowl. Phone 235-4423. f7tf [NSON FOR SALE 3 bedroom home on cer- of ner lot. 2 baths, electric of heat, Birch kitchen with Estate of built-in range. Full base- ment. Attached Garage. the undo- FHA Terms. Executrix Ed Doten Re:al Estate 424 1st St. -- Call 235-4050 day or eve. 40 :acres 2 bedroom home, paved rod by door Cheney School Distri,ct 8 mies to Spo- kane $13,500; one 3 bedroom home price $4,100; one 3 bed- ._ room 2 lots: price $9,000. Lo- ot ht. eated in Chermy, F_tasy terms 1904 on boCh. Rus Mae RI 7-7606 trt of Vau*ghn Realty FA 8-75'11 f28tf 13). New 2 br. Tridevel wih 3rd Br in d,aylie hsm. Bunt in Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Tems. Bob Wi'lon, 235-4175. f28 of the State Spinet console pianO). Will sac- the Cunty  rifice ,tO .reslxmible paxty in this .area. Al'so electric organ. te Write or phone credit mr., Talman Piarm Stores, Inc., 395 12th S. E., Salem, Ore., 363-5707. f28,m13 claims Two tons baled ,alfalfa hay in or uru barn. Phone 235,6568, Rt. attorney 3, BOX 16, Chen ey. f28p Symor Baby ca,lf for sale. Phone 235- 6519. 8.m20 BrRan7 spaniel, femMe , g0d hunter, excel, lent children. or trade for rifle or Shot- Rt. 3, Cihermy, RI 7-9020. f26 '-'-"---- FOR SALE OR RENT Wash. decorated 2 bedroom home, attached ga.age, good ,ethecountyStat of tocati:on n Medical Lake. Rent f $75. Cail evenings, Spokane WAlnut 4-4698. j31tf e FOR LEASE Nice arid clean mal house. Suitable for couple or single person Lease. Ed Doten Real Estatt, 424 1st St. Ph, one 235- 4050. j24tf court, and answer the complaint of the plairtiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their pstoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against you according o the demnad of said complaint which has been Wash. filed with the clerk of said court. This actior* is commenceed by the plaintiff to foreclose a certain mort- gage executed by John A Ericsora and Wash. Barbara A. Ericson. husband and wife. to J. L. Cooper & Co... and thereafter assigned to the plaintiff, which mort- gage is recorded in Book 966 of mort- of the Stat of gages, page 298. upon the following tee (?-mt of described property: Lot 3, Block 5, Mount Pleasant. according to plat recorded in Volume "M" of Plats. page 46. in the City of Spokare. Spokane County, Washing- ton. It is the further object of said action to hat the defecndants of all right, title, lien or estate in and to said prem- ises. ,except the right of redemptio provided by statute Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys for Plaintiff By arold D Clarke Postofnee Address : 912 Pauisen Bldg,. Spokane, Washing- ton--99201 (Feb. 28-April 3) HOWARD T. TUSTIN 917 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 178510 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Wash. RICHARD A. RULE, Plaintiff vs. ROSE ELLEN RULE, Defendlant. The State of Washington to the said Rose Ellen Rule: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of first publication of this Summone, to-wit : within sixty (60) days after the 28th day of February, 1964. and de- fend the above entitled action in the Superior Court aforesatid, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff and serve OOrapany. a copy of your answer upon the under- siged Attorney for the plaintiff at his office stated below ; and in case of your failure: to do so, judgment will be rendered against you according to the demands of the Complalnt in this actior* which has been filed with the Clerk of the above Court. Tim object of this action is for a di- vorce for the plaintiff from the de- fendant or the grounds of cruel treat- ment. in that deefndant advised the plaintiff she no longer loved the plain- tiff and had lost all love and affection after 5 p.m. f144f 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. jl8tf Camp Fire Girls' ad Bue ] Birds' annual mint vale, March 7 to 21. Price $1.05 box. Gi:ts as sMesmen; Mrs. J. P. Caldwell, chairman, f28 Rent Blue Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only $1 per day. Holmes Hdwe. f28 For your"Beauty Counselor" Cosmetics call Mrs. Lloyd Hotlad'ay. 235-6371. F14, 28M 13, 27 WANTED Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap -i praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414% First St., Cheney Luzier cosmetics of Bristol- Myers, :advertised in Feb Reader's Digest needs consul{- ants in Chermy and Medical Lake. Call or write Maxgo King, R1 7-7422, 2015 W. 10th Ave, Spokane. f7tf Wanted Farms & Acreages I specialize in properties south and west of Spokane. If your plee is or sale, call JAY SMICK, RI 7-8659. WILL ROGERS AGENCY WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf HELP WANTED : Local corresp(mdeat to make credit investigation in Che- rey and immediate vicimty for Dun & Bradstreet on part time fee 'basis. WrRe Att'n: lary McPherson, Box 26, Spo- kan.e, Wash. f21Lf BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Small investment call make you $500 per year part time from your home. We will fi- narme right man. When wrR- ing for information, inciude name, address, telephone n, um- ber, .age, marital status, hours now working. Write to box RS c/o this newspaper, f14--m6 Rare Look At Red China Available Here Thursday In Eye-Witness Report A first-hand, eye-witness re-; fficials that tie has seen more port on Red China will be pre- facets of Chinese life, good sented by Felix Greene, a sea- and bad, and lad interviewed, soned observer of ,the inter- national scene, in a talk at Eastern Washnlgton Sta*e Cl- lege Thursday (Mach 5) after- noon. Greene's talk art 2:30 p. m. will be in She,walter Auditor- ium on the EWSC campus in l Cheney. Admission s free. Greene is ,a Briish born businessman rmw lving in California where he rects an importing company. Twice in the past *lree years he has kane--ss. ! By virtue of an Order of Sale issued[ out of the lion. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, o the 19th day of Febru- uary. 1964. by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of Fidelity Savings & Loa Ao-I ciation, a corporatior* Plaintiff and against George M. Holliday and :Helen Thetis Smith, formerly Helen T. Holli- day, Defendants No. 171461, and to me, as Sheriff. directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will pro- ceed to 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 3rd day of April, 1964 at South Courthcrase Door, Spokane, in Spokane County. in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : Lot 10 in Block 3 of Amended Plat of Cozza 4th Addition, as 1er plat thereof recorded in Volume 3 of Plats, page 74; situate in Spokane County. Washington To satisfy a judgment it* favor of Fidelity Savings & Loan As- sociation, a corporation and against George M. Holliday and Helen Thetis Smith, formerly Helen T. Holliday Amour*ting to Eleven Thousand Six Hun- dred Fourteen and 45/100 ($11,61445) Dollars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from February 18, 1964 and $745.00 attorney's fees and $49.60 costs (Includes Title Expense) and increased costs. Interest at 6% from February 18, 1964 to sale or, attorney's fees and osta Given under my hand this 25th day of February, 1064. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce. Deputy. Will Lorenz, Plaintiff's Attorney (Feb. 28-March 20) Keith. Winston & Relmold 514 S & E Bldg., Spokane, Wh. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 76620 In the Superior Oourt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of GLENN. W. POTTER, deceased. Notice ia hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court. and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- eeaesd are required to erve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned at Old National Bar*k of Washington, 428 W. Rivereide, Spokane, Washington or upon Keith, Winston & Repsold the attorneys of record at their office at 514 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washing- ton, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- kane, Washington, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of first publicatior* of this notice n4ice is 28th day of February, 1964. Old National Bank of Washington Executor of the above estate. Nelson B Repsold Attorney, 514 Spokane & :Eastern Bldg., Spokane, Washington (Feb 28-March 13) ]i;ii21iiiiZii? :iiiii]ii FELIX GREENE traveled widely over the main- land of China to bring back a "report-in-depth" of what China is really like oay, a report detailed at length in his new book, "Awakened China." Covered Vast Area American lecture ,audiences got their first authentic glimpse into China under Com- mtmist ule in 1957 when Greene appeared ,before them. Three years ,later he returned to Chin,a for over four mo, traveling more tha 10,000 miles around hat ast 1,arid by train, bus, plane and river- boat. He made an intensive study of all sizes of Communist life, travelirg ,on his ri.tih pass. port, wih the `ful knowledge of both the British ad United States governments. He visited many communes in sca,tered areas; ipected hospiVals, schools, co41eges, prisOHS and coavts of law. He spoke with wr, iters .and editors; saw the poorest ,of slums a,nd  best of new housing. He worked with peesants in the fields and ate wih them in eomnune d00ning ,tm00, Interviewed Red Leader In Peking he itelrviewed ministers of tae ed heads of many govermnen d,etxt- meats. Before he left Chin,a, he had a private, thred-hour interview with Prime Minister Chou-Enlai, ,the first Western correspondent in many years to have obtained ma exclusive interview wt,h one of China's top leaders. I A portion of this historic for him. . interview was seen on televis- Howard T. Tustin. Attorney for Plair,tiff'l :_ ._ ,u v v .  ,_* uxx lzi ale umeu taes, ret Post Office and Office Address: '  917 Paulsen Building I Bri,tain Canada Sweden ,a Spokane, Washington 99201 man '-- '" ' s t-- "': (Feb. 28-April 3) '' y omer countrle arougn- out the world. R-EN---Z---- Greene was told by Chinese Spokane, Washington t SHERIFF'S SALE [ SHARPE, TWIGG & BENNETT State of Washington. County of Spo- [ W. IU$ Broadway, Sp-kne 1, Wash... NOTICE TO CREDITORs No. 76614of th In the Superior Court e State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ERNESTINE A. McCRACKEN. deceased. Notice is hereby give that the under. signed bas beer* appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and ha lr* I and h s qualified accord' g y. t at all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers. Upon the undersigrd at W. 1115 Broadway Avenue, Spokane, Washington Or upon Willard J. Sharpe the attorney of rec- ord at his office at W. 1115 Broadway Aver*no, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such er- vice in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Wash.. within six mor*ths after the first publications of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 28th day of February. 1964. Ronald J. McCracken Admirstrator of the above estate. Willard J. Sharpe Attorney k W. L115 Broadway Ave.. S One. Wash. (Feb. 28-March 13) more people than any other observer from the West since Co mmurgs,t rule came to China. EWS( Graduate Re-Appointed U. C. Chairman Thomas G Hogan, pt,bli re- atioris director for AmeRican Sign arid Indiactor Corpom- ,on in Spokane, Ires been re- appointed chairman of the county division2 of the 1964 United Crusade, I.fiie E. CALL FOR BIDS O'32 iolln iThursecde2;%:renil 1Tw:J at the office of Spokane County Fire Protection District No, $. 1321 Second Street, Cheney. Washington for fur. rishing 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 Sough, UC gene.ral campaign chairman said. This "is the third year Hogan wilI head up the county divis- ion, having filled the same F:riday, February 28, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 o-hmber News By Jennifer Jordan PERSONAL MENTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rmsey t of Sprague were Sunday after- their noon callers of Mr. ad Mrs. Charles Miller Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Lalnbe*rt Naack. Remember the Am:br PTA pottuck supper March 20. Everyone is iilvited tO attend. Mrs. Ivy Gerdfll received word Monday that Bill Cerdill was killed in an a:tamobile ac- cident Sunday at Riverside, calif. He was the son of Mr. ad Mrs. PauI CordiII. He was : 23-yearsold. Mr. arid Mrs. Lauie FaIk were Wednesday afternoon callers of Mr. and M, rs. Ixa: spent Sturday in Calfax and I Dustty visiting friends and l rel,atives. ] Mr..and Mrs. Bill Goadwin j and family were Sunday din- J nter guess of Mr and Mrs. J. ' H. Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. J M. Harris are going to Entia!t ths week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Raphe Calvez' posii, on in 1963 and1962 Dur- Ms "on " " .... cam "ai  tamoert enter ins me past two p gris:taine" ..... , .... " - .u me oung tats ormge the county division rms ex- cIub Feb 1 ^ " ' r vie s ears to I ' ' u rmzeswere won eeeded its p e ' u: y '', b" r,o o.  - .- "-' "^' +; I  ..... " ,,.u ,,an, Alice ' "'" '=" Mill .......... azru 1'11"5. AYny dO ;Nooy Hogan was a loaned exeeu-[ ...... .............. I taay ga,Is were presemed to txve o [ne unl.tefl urua.ue m, Mrs Jim De k r ourf ' . c e *o deliver to 1961 ad assisted ,the c WtMr"  ..... ' . i , s 'e:rn onzates wren Chairman tka year " , ' .... . " - . [Mr and Mrs Decker visit there A native of Spokane, ne at-.. ... ". ..... , ...... k Hi-h ,tater mlS sprlrg teoeo t,ewts ann ar g' i Sunda--'i " -- ---- i y tt maer guests ot Mr School. He is a gradu,ate of .......... :. ........ __ O,a,e =anna lurs Klenaro dOra.an were r, astern wasnlngn t t Mr arid" Mr n th his s H)arve Jordan College and has bee w: .." .. . "  . . ' : ....... ---, ..... r^. ..e  lVIFS. Marion lalr, Mr. anna pfe'2llb Ullll',u'yt31 ru,t ,IL[ X . . . --  ....  - ,.,.o ]Mrs. Wi, Hy Kdvcell, 5rm and years tie lS mdtxt,eu a'ta Ha  th Mr ....... te s a rrat ano vtrs one child. He is a veteran of . .'  , .two years service in the U. S. twerie Gree. Navy. Richland Pastor ,o, cu,c. Monday  Pork and apple sauce, carrot sticks, bread and Will Speak Here butter, apricot csp, milk. Tuesday -- Vegetable and me,at stew, salad, bet rolls mad The Rev. M:i,i,o L. Arnld, butter, pumpkin pudding, milk. pastor of the Riehland First Wednesday- Chili beans, Church ,of the Nazarerm, will jelo salad, bread arid bu,ter, speak at he Cheney Narene apple sauce cake, milk. ehur0h Thursd,ay and Friday. Thuxsday -- Fied chicken, ' celery, corn bread and butte,r, pears, milk. Friday -- Tuma and noodle casserele, green ,beas, bread and btRter, cookies, milk. GRANGE NEWS Mr. and Mrs. AI DaM, Mr. aim Mrs. Bob rogan, and Dean Scroggie `formed the sup- per committee for the Feb. 18 meeting. The supper eommi,t- tee for the Ma,rch 3 meeting is Mr. and Mrs. Walzce D3w and Mr. ,and Mrs Alv}n Dow. The program for hh M, arch 3 meeting will be presented by Charles Packard mad some of his FFA boys. The program will consist of a panel discus- sion on should a boy atend college? Mrs. Bredes was elected Flora to rephce Mrs. MILe ARNOLD Lee Ableman. George W. Nichols, past,or AMBER BRIEFS of the Cheney church, said Mr. Fri6ay oa,li of Mr. ad Arnold is an outst, anding fam-, Mrs. Ivan Calvert were Mr. and ily eouns.elor. Hi, s toics will Mrs. Bob Weaherl,l of Medi- be "Essential Family Adjust- cal Lake. merits," and "Makg  Thursday Mrs. Bimia Pure- For Living and Loving." Both meier was a caller of Mr and talks will .start a,t 7 p.m. Mrs. lean Calvert. i Sunday night dinner guests F0ur row%^'" o Mrs.rs Josie Marsah wexe Mr. and Mrs. Keith Cummin and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Here Monday Marsh, Nick and 3ohn. Mr. arid Mrs. Burt Porter of The Four Preps, one of the Deer Park were SurSay dinner you.ngest "top" singhg graups guests of Mr. and Mrs. G. A in the country, wl present a Rietz and family. concert at Eastern Washington State College Monday evening. FIRST BUTTERCUPS Their program, with .a cast The frist buttercups in 1964 of seven in the EWSC Mem-[were brought in to Chet's or}el Fieldhouse,l,, wi}l begin at lFlowers by David Betz of Ty- 8:15 p. m. Advance c'kets [ler and Candice MiRerofRo.te 3, Cheney. David brought his buttercups Feb. 22 'a 11:30 in the morning and Candice brought her in Feb. 24 at 9:55 p. m. may be purchased at Peter M. Jacoy, arid he Record Rack in Shad, le Park and the Valley. Shootirrg to the top in 1957 with their first record, "Dreamy Eyes," the foursome became naUonat celebrities with their minion-selling "26: Mles" in 1958. and described hereafter together with tie date of acquisition of ,the trucks. type of equipmer*t and value thereof Policy to cover radios, trucks and fire fighting equipment. Policy to be tn amount equal to the coat of each truck, the same being the actual replacement value thereof. Policy to be iu effect frem and after April 1, 1964. Trucks and equipment to be eovered by said 'policy are as olows: Equipment Value Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our buy- ers. We Trade Sell All Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone -- $TAN SPEAR -- M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a30tf No Date Truck 1 19G0 Chevrolet Bean 20 $ 2,500.00 2 1958 Chevrolet Bean 20 5.000.00 3 1957 Ford Bean 40 9,500.00 4 1950 Chevrolet Meyer 20 2.000.00 5 1959 Ford Bean 40 9,00000 6 1958 Chevrolet Bean 40 10,000.00 7 1950 Chevrolet pickup 00.00 8 1959 Chevro]et. , Bean 40 9.500.00 9 1960 Ford Bean 40 10.000.00 10 1958 Chevrolet Bean 40 9.000.00 11 1956 Ford Bean 40 9,500.00 i2 1960 Ford Bean 40 10,000.00 13 1945 International Tanker 5.000.00 14 1961 Chevrolet Bean 70 15,000.00 15 1964 Ford Statler* Wagon 5,000.00 16 1962 Dodge Bear* 40 13,000.00 17 1962 Dodge Bean 40 12,500.00 18 1963 Ford Bean 20 8,500.00 19 1958 Jeep Disc sad Snow Plow ,000.00 20 1964 Dodge Bean 20 9,00000 21 1964 Ford Tanker 15,000.00 Total cost of Trucks and Equipment $172,50000 Policy to be replacement type. I p. m. Additional or substitute trucks nndJ" The Commissioners reserve the right equipment may be added at base bid to reject any and all bids and to waive RATE ' " " .' i rregumrtles. Sample policy should be No reciprocal or assessable insur-I Submitted with bid if possible. ance company bid car* be accepted. , I "By Order. of the Board of Commission- "Bids will be publically opened at a ers of Spokane County Fire Protection regular meeting of the Board of Fire [ District No. 3 at a regular meetir*g held District Commissioners to be held Jr* tbe [ February 18. 1964. . office of the Fire District, 1321 Second[ H.T. Brown, Chairman Street, Cheney, Washington, Thursday Attest : Elmer Lulten, Secretary evening, Mareh 12, 1964 at 8 o'clock (Feb. 28-March 6) NOTICE OF ELECTION The Soufhwest Spokane Soil and Water Conserva- tion Disfrict announces that annual election of Supervisors will be held on Feb. 25, 1964 in fhe Cheney City Hall. Balloting will be held from 10 a. m. to 2 p. m. f21-28 CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- i als are available for education- - equipment and/or supplies t 3astern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121 Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall, Director of Purchasing (July 1, 1963-July 1, 1964) BREAST SIZE AFTER CHILDBIRTH Q. ,4/ter my/irst child was born my breasts deerersed in size and /irmness. Is there any way to restore them to normal?: A' reduction in breast size an firmness is not uncom- mon followin childbirth. Why this occurs Isn't Rnown and there is no effecffve treat- ment. Although the breasts can not be appreciably al- tered, certain exercises do For example, the chest can be developed by push-ups, thus bulk to the chest. This, plus an adequat bras- Siere, is responsible for the "bosomy" appearance of some women athletes, such as cir- cus performers, who actually may have very small breasts, Remember--ttie diagnosis and treatment o disease. is the ]unction of the pa- ! tient's personal physician. Our label is a hallmark of ,:' quality--like "Stealing" on silver . . . "Tiffany;,on jew- elry. It is your guarmtee that the prescribed medicine packaged under it meete fully the highest standards of professional practice, BE 5-6348 W. H. Westerman Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimetes ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heet, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone BE 5-4410 EDOeTT BROS. SPINDLES & 15" WHEELS PER DOZEN $50.00. ALSO USED HOISTS WITH SUB- FRAMES AND USED WlNCHES00