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Friday, April 2, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 m FOR SALE wih double entry, 4ayUffht basements, to $17,900.00. Also one completed 3 bedroom Place Addition $21,000.00. Let&apos;s talk terms. IST TIME FOR SALE Kitchen with eating space, separate din- large living room with fireplace. Thermolane enamel exterior siding, patio and sprink- . Excellent location. FHA appraisal $19,275.00 WORTH SEEING family home, Located near shopping area. area .for a small amount of money. Full price BUY TO RENT ,on good commercial lot. Rented at present, 500.00 dn., $35.00 per me. available for new homes. We trade old Wm. P. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CHENEY, WASH. CALL 235-4778 FHA appra'mal Small down con,(ruction, 1 convenen:ces. unit could make Schons 235- teary FA 7-7777. ml9a2p very reason- FOR RENT Almost new 1 BR Apt. includes range & Refrig. $65.00 too. 235-4175. ml9tf Soil Conservation District equipment for rent. Five and 8' grass drills, graders, gopher machine, 2 ton dump truck, compressor. Contact Joe La- bish, equipment manager, Che- Parents Responsible For Proper Sex Instruction PTA Spokesman Declares Note: This article appears in connection with the Cfle- ney Elementary PTA's study of sex education for youth. --Editor. By Alfred J. Prince Are modern children receiv- ing adequate sex instruction in the home? Should the school ::assume a more active role in sex education? Does sex infor- mation stimulate sexual p-o- miscuity? When it comes to sex edu- cation, writes one family spec- ialist, most parents .can be di- vided into two classes: (1) those who believe it is beater to let the subject of sex one in the teaching of their chil- dren; and (2) those who be- lieve sex in,struction should be giwn ,but feel inadequate to do so .or feel the task is too embar- rassing for them to undertake. Those who do not believe in sex instruction may again be divided into two groups. First, I tbose who regard sex as too sacred to be mentioned; and second, those who reffard the subject as too vulgar to be dis- cussed. The subject of sex, however, is neither too sacred ,nor to l),a of parental responsibility toward children and oays Off in better socialization than any other source can provide." tIow do yo,ung pe,o.ple feel about the sex instruction they receive in the home? I a study conducted by the wtr, it was n, oted that almost 40 per cent of the students felt their sex education ,had been inadequate. For example, one girl wrote: My first explanation of sex frightened me; and I wasn't entirely straightened out on the subject until about seven years later. I knew no one who could sen- sibly answer my questions or wanted to,. The subject has always been rather hushed up or laughed at in our family. Another conTmented: My parents never really gave me any sex information, yet they expected me to knew about sex. I got my in- formation from a home nurs- ing and child care course and books. These sources, I feel, are not en,ugh. Young peoNe listed three major sources of sex inform,a- a case, after waiting a reason- able Ume for questions to ap- pear, the parent may have to tive out appropriate inforra- on unbidden, at times when it can be doe casually and laturally." Answer Child's Questions Actually, sex educaUo need not be ,any more diffieult than any other part of child train- ins. The methods are these: (1) answering the child's ques- ti,on, s ,adequately and truth,ful- ly, (2)satisfying the child's }egitimate curiosity at ech stage of his develooment, (3) furn, ishing the child facts as he needs them, arLd (4) minLain- ins a close relationship with the child so that e Irarent !remains the c0ntfideTlt in nat- !ters of sex. Although the home remains the proper phce to give this needful instruction, some par- ents feel inadequate to give their ehildTen sex education. They desire some ins(erection in this area themselves. Alsu, in many conmunties the school ,assumes an active role in sex teaching. These are problems tlat the local PTA groups may want to cansi,der. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sha, ac- companied by Mr. a,nd Mrs. Otis Osheim and son Dennis of Spokane, returned Tuesday from a trip to Seattle, Ed- rounds and Kennewick. trumpet---used sacrifice. Con- 235-4414 after weekends. mhtf dull and drear, as they ap- m Lustre. Ret $1. Holmes a2 $5. E 324 Medical Lake, a2-m7p HOMES home for you lots avail- on yours. your planning. comqlete fi- take trade. -- Cheney Bldg., 4-1288 one K. Shawego, Wi- m26a20 3 bed- carport and livirg rea, with garden m26-a2p Want re- in this area me. payments. Credit Mgr., Stores, In., Sal- 3-5707. m26-a9 home, coy- fenced yard. a2p double gar- lots, Frank Medi, e Lake. a2tf 23,O steer'mg. See at Cheney Safe- evenings. a2-9p deliver- Ch]. p ad corafoLable Corner ot. price $6,500. Real Estate 2354050 a2tf $22.50. racer bicycle, A.n rou m,a - leaves, 4 Chai s $60.00. Up- piano, $70.00. 4:00 or Satur. 2 WANTED -- Reh cash, ell Big Bend Lm m:26agp m26 .OST beige tapestry license. Pam- 23'5-4729. a2 n,ey, 235-6530. 1 bedroom house, stove, refrig- erator furnished. 235-4925. a2-9: Ground floor furnished apart- ment near college. C & E apartments, 523 Fourth St. 235- 4594. a2 For Rent--New Bd Apts. on m26-a2 vulgar to be treated frankly and seriously. Many Are Embarrassed Still, too many dulits are embarrassed by the questions and interest of children natur- ally concerned about their or- igin 'and the functions of their bodies. Too many parents still fail to guide their children in, to a wholesome understanding campus. Fully equipped kit- chens with w/w carpet. CaM result, many children are left 235-6370, Night RI 7-2409. at an early age with the im- a2 pression that there is some thing ,dirty and shameful about Furnished apt., 1 bedroom, sex. Adult embaa,ssment and electric heat, washer & dry- uneasiness .are transferred to or. 235-6386 or 25'5-6231. Mrs. I the child 'almost without his Heehn. a2  baing aare of it. l "Sex education by parents may be ifficult," writes one autmrity, "but fur those who are mature enough sad love their children enough, it is FOR RENT Construction equipment and tools. 2V2, 11/2, aA ton trucks. For sae--buildin mater- ials at "discount prices. All West Suppliers 625 G Street, Cheey Phone 235-63"70 & Ericson I Rank Building 99201 PUBLICATION ' 77643 of the State of the COunty of Plaintiff to the asl, tmmoned to appea  the date and defend the above lwer the complaint serve ;t COpy of eun erigned at- at th ir office be- case of your failure Will be m19tf the WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 54400. tf W,ated--teacher for rural school, six miles from Col- rifle, county seat of Stevens county, on paved road nd mail route. One modern ehs room wth recreation room in basement. Grades one through six inclusive, ,approximately 18 students. In very good huntng and fishing area. Con, tact MiU Creek School District No. 18 Esther Huguenin, Clerk Alhdin Star Rotate, Colvilte, Whing- 0n. Phone MU 4-4897. m19-A2 Sprhg cleniing time. All arotmd tmrdy man. 2354020. a2 SPECIAL Custom butoheriag, your pace, , call collect anytime. Carmen TE 8-3925, 25 mile radius. ml9-egp l0r St. Vincent de Paul Soci- -, ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call B, 5-6814. j 18tf Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St.. Cheney i19tf MISCELLANEOUS tien. Most frequently mention- ed by both sexes were: (1) "books, pamphlets, and other reading material," (2) friends and paymates," :and (3) "laar- ent of the same sex" in that order. In answer to the quest(on, "I,l your opinion, from what source should one receive most: of his sex in:f'ovmaton?" the COMPETENT MAN OR WOMAN wanted 1 area covered by this news- paper to own, fill and collect from coin operated machines, nuts & candy or wrapped confsetions--a new idea i vending'. May be handled part time along with present occupation. $900 - $1500 investment required. Culd be built into full time opera- tion. For local interview, write INTERSTATE MERCHANDISERS Rochester, Minnesota. a2p is briefly stated as follows: Action for an absolute Decree of Divorce dissolv- ing the marriage of the plaintiff and the defendant upo the grounds that the said defendant has treated the plain- tiff in a cruel manner and has sub- jected him to personal indignities, ren- dering his life burdensome, together with such other relief as may be just and proper. Richter, Wimberley & Ericson By Donald A. Ericson Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 708 Old National Bank Buildin Spokane, Washington Madison 4o5191 Date of First Publication: March 26, 1965. (March 26-April 30) The Seattle Freeway, with eight lanes for n orm traffic and four additional lanes for rush-hour service, will be able to accommod te more traffic than any other freeway in the country, according to the Unit- action and ed States Bureau of Puhlic Roads. of the role 'of sex in life. As a ovevwhelmirg majority of the When You Need Glasses Have your prescription fill'ed at Thavis Opticians, young people answered "one's arens." Some parents wonder w, heth- er sex inf,mation will stimu- }ate sexual pvomisity. Re- search data do n<)t support this fear. Irdeed, the caposite seems to be the case. Studies show hat children Who receive sex education from their par- ents conform mare closely to social norms thar those parent fail them in this re- spect. Will Look Elsewhere On the other ,l'd, the child wose curiosity is rmt satisfied by 'his parents will leak else- where for his information, mul so the typical me(lind of ac- quiring sex iformation begins. Some pa'ents assume that they can avoid ivig e child sex educati,o by telllg him rothing about sex. Sea'educa- tion, lowever, is mmvoidble. As parents, our choice is, not between sex education nd no sex education. Our choice is between good sex edtmation and poor sex education. When should sex instruc- titan begin? Ts is a question asked by mny prets. The an, swer of most authmities is to Do You Remember when? From March 30, 1945 Easter morning service of the Federated church will be held at the Methodist church building. Mrs. Mark Ratcliffe, music director, will offer organ selections. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baird, Mrs. Jennie Thompson, the Misses Veda, Hazel and Ruby Thompson and George Ash will be Easter guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Griffith and Mrs. Richard Ash. Five civic organizations, the Kiwanis Club, Tilicum Club, Service Men's Wives Cl'ub, the American Legion" and Ameri- can Legion Auxiliary have un- dertaken the responsibility f raising funds here to furnish a sun room at Baxter hospital. William Lee and Roy Stuhr bought the Moose hall (March 29, 1940). . _ A bridegroom objected to a writeup of his wedding. He said his wife didn't come from a pioneer family; she brought it with her. Thrift's Finest where you can be sure your glasses will be optically cor- rect--exactly as your doctor orders. We have a complete selection of the newest styles fer men, women end children. All glasses are made by trained opticians-- fitted by experts. Thavis OPTICIANS, Inc. James W. Gump W. 405 Riverside Madison 4-9209 Spokane begin as soon the ohiM b00lG R0 U N D gins to ask questions. This is ,a simple 'ad usually a safe guide. BEEF in 00u00-tl 3 lbs. 99c lion, however, parents must corsider the ch'td's age and readiness to understacl. child needs to be tom onl as much as he can absorb at the time. "However, waitin for spon- taneous questi,ons is not wys a safe guide a,s to when sex ed- ucation should bogin," caa- tions one amly sociologist, "for a child's questions on sex matters may develop normally for a while, then su@derdy cae altogether. Pehaos he hs received some sex irgorma- tion from older chihiren who cotmsel secreT and make him hamed to go to ,1  with further quoting. In such You can relax when you're covered by FIVE BAY DO-IT-YOURsELF Cheney Car Wash Coming Soon HIGHWAY 10 AND COCOLALLA ACROSS FROM GIBSON'S THRIFT STORE NEWS BRIEFS Dr. Richard F. Mtler, head of the Eastern Washington State College division of lang- u,a,ge and literature, and Mkss Frances Huston, asoci,ate pro- fessor of English, will attend the cur-day Conference on Coi- l,erie Composition and Cm- munication, starting Wednes- day in St. Louis:. Mrs. Mary ,Rowan of Oak- point, ort., vsited her br lber, T. V. Rovcan, after spend- ins a month 'at Kent, Wash. Mrs. Mary Sntead, an employ- ee t Lakeland VRage for sew eval years, is retiring April 1. Mr. ,arid Mrs. Jim Johnson and Bill Waddington atterded the Amateur Radio Operator's yearly banquet ,in Spok, ae last Saturday evening. Miss Betty Ohrt, Eastern Washington SLate College dn Of women, will attend ratiorml conventions of the No.lionel As- sociation of Women Dea ond the American Personnel and Guictarce A0e_jaUon  Min- neapolis startin,g Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Van rut spent a few days in Spo- kane Valley with her sister in 'law, Mrs. Victor Mauer. Mrs. Pete tteidecker, who .undewent surgery ts winter, ts recuperating at her home here and would enj,oy greet- ins and calls. 85% Lean Beef firnd. (huck lb. 591 Lean Beef Short Ribs.. lb. 29c McGillivray, Jones, Clarke & Shiffncr 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Washington SUMMONS FOR--PUBLICATION " No. 177374 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Fidelity Savings & Loan Association, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Leslie Duane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser, husbanl and wife; Robert W. Danford and Pauline V. Danford, husband al wife; Roy S. Smith and Ida L. Smith, husband and wife; Robert Southwell as Trustee ir Bankruptcy for Robert William Danford ; United States of Amer- ica; also All Other Persons or Parties Unknown claiming any right, title, es- tate, lien or interest ir the real estate described it* the Complaint herein; also the Unknown Heirs of an of the above. named defendants who are now de- ceased, Defendants. State of Washingto to the said Leslie I)uane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser, hus- band and wife; Robert W. Pan'ford ar*d Pauline V. Daford, husband and wife; also all other persorm or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest it* the real estate described in the Complaint herein, also the Unknow Heirs of any of the above-named de- fendants who are now deceased. De- fendarts : You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication" of this Summorm. to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 2nd day of April. 1965, and de- fend the above*entitled actior* in the above*entitled court, and answer the complain of the plaintiff, and serve a copy c4 your answer upon the under- signed attorney at his office below stat- ed; and in ease of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordi,g to the demand of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clerk of said COurt. That the cause of action herein is for recovery of sums due upon a prom- issory note executed by defendants Les- lie Duane Keiser and Eva M. Keiser, husband and wife, and ssumed by de- fendants Robert W. Danford and Paul- ine V. Danford, husband and wife, to plaintiff, dated September 17, 1958, and to foreclose the mortgage securing said note, recorded in the office of the Audi- tor of Spokane County, Washington in Book 914 of Mortgages, page 46, Deeu- ment No. 569751B, and for a deficiency judgment. Itarvey W. Clarke, Attorney for Plairtiff Office and Post Office Address: 309 Fidelity Building Spokane, Washingto 99201 Date of first publicatior: April 2, 1965. (April 2-30) HOWARD T. TUSTIN 917 Psulsen Bldg., Spokans NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 79070 e In the Superior Oourt of the State Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROY I, MUNDELL, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the uler. signel has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court. and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against aid de- ceased axe required to serve claims duly verified, with necassaxy vouchers upo the undersigned at South 1524 Maple, Spokanv. Washington or upon Howard T. Tustin the attorney of rec- ord at his offiee at 917 Paulsen Building, Spokane. Washington' and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the Cfty of Spokane, Washifton, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they 'iil be forever barred. Date of the first publtcatio of this Testewel'l Salad notice is 2rd day of April, 1965. qt 35,1 Marie Mundel Executrix of the Dressing above estate. . , ,  Howard T. Tustin Atterey 917 Paulse]; Building Spokane, Washington 99201 Kraft (April 2-16) Velveeta 2 Ibs 751 Hamhlen, Gilbert& Brooke = 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. J NOTICE TO CREDITORS Tasteweil [ e s, Shorlening 3 Ibs. $1[ Spkane'gte E I Notice TasteweII  I lb. I .led ] S  / , i )f the s Margarine W I " .6/Is ::=.: ] duly vet , upon th4 T6o D & Cat s Meow I .... r og --- =-- I UlUg., . Pet Food... 12/$11 o ]proot o -- i clerk of Van Camp s Grated I Spokane, TUNA t's 13c1 Luscious, red, ripe STRAWBERRIES 3 cups for $1 No. 79018 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the COunty of the Matter of the Ete of JAMES, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the unde signed has been appelnted Executor 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 necess vouc]a., upon the undersigned at 912 Pauisen Bldg,, Spokane, Washingto or upon Harold D. Clarke the attoa*ney of record at hts office at 912 Paulso Building. Spokane. Wash. and file such elalm with proof of such service tn the offloe of the clerk of the above court at the City of Wash.. within six motl after the first publication of this notice. or they will be forever barred. Date of the first lmblieatlo of thts otice is 26th day of March, 1965. /s/ James E. White, Sr. Executor of the above estate. Harold D. (Ylarke Attorney 912 Paulson Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (March 26-April 9) PHILIP J. THOMPSON 415 Spokane and Eastern Bllhag Spokane. Wasldngton SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION upon the undersigned attorney for the plaintiff at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judg- ment will be rendered against you ac- cording to the demands of the Complaint in this action 'hich has been filed with the Clerk of said COurt. The object of this action is to quiet title in plaintiff of real estate in Spokane Cunty Wash- ington, described above, against the claim of the defendarts and any one of them. /s/ Philip J. Thomson Attorney for Plaintiff Philip J. Thompson, Suite 808, North(own Building, N. 4407 Divisior*, Spokare, Washingtou 99207. (April 2-May 7) CLAUSEN & GEMMILL 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTA No. 6124 In the Superior Court of the S**ate of Wasbin'gton ir and for the Oovnty of Spokaue. In' the Matter of the Estate of ARTHUR C. KINLEY and VERNA B. KINLEY, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane. --ss. Notice is hereby give that Verna M. Stall an<l Arthur B. Kinley, the joint- administartors of the above estate, have rendered and presented for settiemen to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane Cour*ty, State of Washington" their Final Account as such joint- admin- istrators and a petition for the distribu- tic.r of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons ertitled to the same, and discharge the said joint-administrators, and that Wed- nesday, the 28th day of April, 1965 at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the Court Room of our said Superior Court in the City of Spokane. in eatd Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hear- ing and settlement of said Final Accour and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place auy person inerested !in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 26th day of March, 1965. George F Fallquist, County Crlerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By John V/.Rosellini, Deputy (April 2-16) CORNEIJUS E. COLLIER 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 78730 In the Sol)or,or Cour, cf the State of Washington io and for the County of Sl)okan. In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES M. HUPTICK, deceased. Notice is iereby given that the un(ier- signed has been al)poizted Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per. aons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 414 Hyde Building, Spokane, Wasbir,ton or upon C. E. Collier the attorney of record at his .office at 414 Hyde 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, Washing(or* within six months after the first publicatior# of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 2nd day of April. 1965. Mons G. Ulvin Admindstrator of the above estate. Cornelius E. Collier Attorney 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (April 2-16) EMMETT J. SHEARER 2011 N. W. Bled, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 1). 78544 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokar In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE S. OWENS, deceased. Notice is hereby lven that the under- signed as been appointed xecurtix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having ela/ms against said deceased are required to serve clainm, duly verified, with nmal vouchers. upon the undersigned at 2011 . W. Boulevard. Spokane, Washingtou or upow Emmett J. Shearer, the attorney of record at his office at 2011 N. W. Blvd., Spokane, Wn'., and file such claim with proof of such service l the of flee of the elerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington, withiu six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 2nd day of April, 1965. Grace B. Owens Executrix of the above estate. Emmett J. Shearer Attorney 2011 :N. W. Blvd.. Spokane, Wash. (April 2-16) SMITH, SMITH & SMITH 615 S & E Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9037 Ia the Superior COurt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of EDITH BERTHA SOLVERSON, de- ceased. 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 having claims against said de- -med, are required to erve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the umlersigned or upon Smith, Smith, & Smith. the attorneys of record at their office at 616 Spokane & Eastern" Build- ir, Spokane, Wash., and file such claim with proof of such service in the offiee of the Cerk of the above Court ir the City of Spokane, Wash., 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 2nd day of April, 1969. Washington Trust Bank Executor of the above estate. Del Cary Smith Attorney 615 Spokane & Eastern" Bilding Spokane, Washingto (April 2-16) WILLARD W. JONES !09 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CRRDITORS No. 79088 I tha Superior COurt of the State of Washington l and for the County of SPokaws Ir the Matter of the Etate of LILACE M. MOORE. deceased. :Notice is hereby gtve that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this COurt and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havi claims against said decead, are required to serve claims. duly verified, with neeassary vouehers ul on the nndersigned at 309 Fidelity Build- ing, Spokane. Washington or upon Wilt- &rd W. Jones the attorney of record at his office at 809 Fidelity Build- ing, Spokane, Washington and file such elaim with proof of such servlee in the offiea of tho clerk of the above Court kt thL Gity of Spokane, ashfl,tov, within months after the first publioation of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first Publication ef this notice is 2n(1 day of April, 1965. Monte G. Moore, Executor of the above estate. Willard W. Jones Attorney 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane. Wash. LA;!ril -16) KEITH, WINSTON & rSOLD .14 kane & Emflern Bld.. Sns NOTICE TO CREDITORS Nn. 79009 In the Superior Cxmrt of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokahe. In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT HERMAN MEYER, deeaa. Medium Size, Yellow Dry Onions.. lb. S( By Request Oranges.. 8 Ibs. $1 GIBSON'S Th ri ft Sto re ]No. 177570 In the Superior Court of the State Wasbingto in and for the COunty Spokane. WILLIAM WIELAND. Plaintiff vs. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, et al, Defendants. The State of Wasblngton to aU per- sons or laarties urknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest lu the real estate described as follows : Let 6 in Block 35 of Railroad Addi- tion to Spokane, as per plat thereof recorded in V]ume D of Plats, Page 82; situated in the City and County of Spokane, Washington. You and each of you are hereby sum- rnoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first !ublieation of this smnmons, to-wit. Within sixty (60) days after the 2nd day of April, 1965. and defend the above-entltled ate(ion i the Superior Court aforesaid and answer the Complaint of the plain- tiff and serve a copy of your Answer Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has bee aplm/nted xeeutrix of of the above etate l  Court and of ha qualified accordingly, and that all persons having  again uid de- ceased are required to serve elainm, duly rified, with necessary vouehers upon undersigned at West 1627 Grace Ave* ne, Spokane, Washingtor, or upon Keith, Winston & Repsotd the attorneys of rec- old at their office at 614 Spokane & Eastern Bldg., Spokane, Wash., and file such claim with proof of mch service in the nffice of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washin1"tom, within mix months after the first publication of th "otice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publieativ, m of this notice is 2nd day of April, 1965. Juh Meyer Executrix of the above estate. Keith. Winston & Repsold Attorreys 614 Spokane & Eastern Bldg., Spokane, Washington (Aprfl 2-16)