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r" & Lorenz no, Wash. of the State of the County of the Estate of deceased. glVcn that tile under- Executrix Court and and that all s against said de- to Serve claims, vouchers at 302 Fidelity or Upor Norman Tresona. Chastek )f record at such service in of the City of within' six of 1964. of the above mstek & Lorenz Wash. i) TAFT Wsah. New 2 br. Tri-level with 3rd I Br in d,aylRe bsmt. Built in : Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Terms. ] f the State o, Bob Wilson, 221 First. H.ome I the County of the under- $12.00 down, $12.00 mnth. that Bob Wilson, 221 First. "Home I said lhone 235-4175. a3tf ] Large sized bUirldin,g LOTS, small on upoa don, terms on balance, lot of r .... d NO. 1. 50 chick electric brod- Garland and er. Two speed 3/8 electric drill proof the clerk and sabre saw, large mail box. 235-4747. a3tf or they Older home. Four bedrooms, two baths, odl heat. Two of the blocks from college, 235-4027. 803 Elm. al0tf :One. Wash. Older 2,bedroom home. 2 lts. & Erl.o. Phone 235-4782 evenings 1, Wash and Saturdays. al7p DrroRs Spinet console p,ia,no to be f the State of picked up a,nd mid in thi's the County of area. WI] sacrLfice to reliable of party. Cash ,or terms. Also electric organ. Write or phone 363-5707, credit mgr., Ta,Llman court and Piano Stores, IRe., Salen, Ore- and that all said de- al7-ml Serve 50,000 feet new, srfaced lum- ber. 6, 10 qand 12 inch sheath- office at 708 nlg, $45 M. 2x4's, $35M. 2x6 to 2x12, $40M. N 2505 Certe,r, office Spokarm. (Center is 7700 block East Trent) W9 6-6756. a17-m8 Small fishing boat. 235-6590. barred, a17 3 or 4 bedroom louse on half of ere, close o Shopping wn- , schools, 'pVia weK Some small soft fru(t rees. 1) Glen Brown. WA 4-0706. a17-24 2 bedroom .house, 2 lots, frait trees. Richard M. Atkins, a17f L_ :l.l[ , ,t Classified RatesS cents per i ..... word, with 75c minirnvm (or[ FOR SALE OR TRADE 15 words). Minimum adv. not ................ paid in cash will carry a 15cl 3 urit apt., all electric. 716 billing charge. [ Vlrst. CaI1 SA 33211, Ext. .. /9.,755. _ .... m20tf 0 FOR SALE ' FOR RENT Three bedroon home, close to Three bedroom house, unfurn- college. Inquire Howard ished. 235-6581. n29tf F,oos, Safeway store, Cheney. j24tf 3 bedroom unfuished house. Inquire College Inn, Cheney. Caif scour pills 20 each. Che- m20 ney Drug. f7tf Two bedroom furrnshed apart- ment $57.50. Phone 235- of the State of Medical Lake. r the County of Ford Mustang On Display Today ltclfe Company is show- ing the sporty new Ford Mus- tang in 'their show room to- day (Friday). There will also be 100 prizes fir registrants. Mark l=tatcliffe said the Mus- tan,g is re,ally three cam in one, economy, fun-to-drive and !performance and luxmy. The basic Mustang is par- ticularly suited t'o the sma.Uer family or 'to the family look- ing for a second car. It feat- ures compact economy ad low initial cas't with all of the iorg-life features of other more expensive cars. It combns driving fun with a sporty appearance. It be- comes a sports car r street or ,competition use through a 6553. a3,t seleCon of perform;ante op- Gt professional carpet tions. clea, nJng results -- rent Blue The Mustang becomes ,a Iux- ury car Wth such opt0s as i Lustre Carpe,t Shampooer $1 a vi.ryl,covered hard to, tinlt- per day. Holmes Hdwe. a17 ed glass, air co,rdi:tionk'g and FLOOR SANDING n,,any .oher features. Floor sandg and finishing. [ Seminar Planned 30 yearn experie:n, ce. Andy Andersor,. E. 1409 Central, Spokane. HU 7-017Im13.my29p !By Setrelanal SPECIAL l F-or St. Vin-nnt--e Paul Sect-[ ety, things you no longer! need or use. Help Us To Help I The Poor. For pickups call BE[ 5-6814. jl8tf For well driliing "Try Lee: Fry". 30 years experience. S. 1007 Wainut Rd., Spokane 63, W,a,sh. WA 6-030& M 20-May 8p Got your Shrine Cirucs tickeCs a,t ,the Owl Pharmacy, Che- ney. Circus heId May I, 2 and 3. a17-24 NU-PAC Buying Rabbits & Sldns HU 7-4932 931 E: Frncis Spok, ae, Wash. m20tf 'Wheat growers! Let Sprague range Supply help grew your crop wiJth Shell N3 Aqua-Su,lphur Phosphate!s. Call 3611, Sprague, collect, a3tf You've seen the rest nw see h,e best--Compton's picture Encyclopedia. JaTne Munday, RI 7-3624 evenings, Rt.a, Che- Organization "To Produce Works, One Must Have Kn;owledge" is the theme :of a seminar for busi- ness women planned by the Spokane clapter of the Nation- aI Secraries, and Association o.f Education,aI Secretae to be leld ,at the Daverport ho- tel, Spokane, April 24-25. The seminar opes Friday evening, April 24, with a ban- quet at wlch Arthur R. Tay- lor, CPA, Sea*tle, w be key- n'0te speaker. His topic will be, 'Pros and Cons of the 1964 Tax Bill," giving consideration to Rs effect on business, em- ploymert ,and the economy of the Jnland Empire. Discussion subjects or the seminar on Saturday incIude "IrweStments" by Pau,1 H. Franklin, Jr. of Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner & Smith; "Co,m- municatiors" by A. L. Le- Mieux, assiSa Sale mnager of Pacific Northwest Bell: "Wills and Probates" by lal J. A|lison, partner of he law firm of Ran@all, Dansldn, Lun- din & Allison and several others. The seminar .open ,to the public and reg[stati)n may be Panel Discussion Planned For Public Wednesday At EWSC A panel discussion on fam- ily stability, ,sportsred by the Eastern Washington State Col- lege department of sockok)gy, 411 be preserted We .esday afternoon t he college. Presemed for both the gen- eral puhlic axtd EWSC stu- dents, Alfred J. Prince, EW- SC assistant professor of soci- ology ad drecto of te ol- iege's soeml wk cm'riculum, is in charge of the logram. The meein, g will be held a,t 2:30 p. m in ShowaRer lecture room witihout Charge. Cheney Students Advance in ROTC Six Cheney students at E- ern Washingto Stae College have been promoted in the EWSC Reserve Officers Train- irg Corps'. They :are William T. Cobb, s0n ,of Elmer T. Cobb, Route 1, cadet lieutenant coor=eI [Charles A. Guti.erez, son of [Emma Gutierrez, 5'15 C Stree& [ cd.e corporal; RoaaIi N. [ Knohaug,,, son of Mr. and Mrs. [C. G. KHoshaug, toue 1, ca- |det first sergeant; Michael E, M,aier, son of Glen E. Maiear,. ]720 Clover Court, cadet first [sergeant; Ha:rtey B. MhcQuar- [rie, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don, MacQuarrie, Route 3, cadet sergeant and Tlomas H. WiI- son, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-: lams Wilson, WI5 6th Street,. cad,et private first class. FUNERAL HELD AT RITZVILLE Mrs. Elmer Luiten a,ttended funera,1 services f, or her sep-i mother, Anna Elizabeth Riek-: ez, of Ritzvffie, Wednesday. Services were in the Phillel- phia OangregationM church at Ritzle, Rev. He,rna,n Haen- melma.nn officiating. Burial was .at Ritzy'Ale Memorial cem- etery. Other survivors are two daugers, Mrs, Edward Sei- gel, Ritzvie, and Mrs. Ken- neth Farrier, Everett; eiglt grandchildren avid two gret grandchildren. She "was ative in hurch es and a Char- ter member. Mr. Luin and a imtmber of Che:ney friends ac- companied Mrs. Lui, ten,. hey. a3:24p 3 bedioom house dose to cel-  j lege, 2 bathrooms:, large liv-  WORK WANTED " ing room, f00re 00ac00ous Garante%00on00tor COunty of S kihen, excetten reata prop. Justice b interest rates. 235-4516 pair. Ed's Conoco Service.I Clayton ,al0tf Phone BE 5-4400. ffl that Corn 7% HP Martin ,ouboard mlotor, Get your garden rot)ated on I 13 ft. boat. $75. 235-4709. sc,ool work day. Rotovaer al7p does evexth'mg a'n,d leaves your garden ready o plant a. m .... d 3 bedroom home, garage, fur- and there ,nlshigs oponal, good ioca- tiOm Ideal rertal property. 108 said N 5h St. Phone TE 8-1177. the a17 1964. Lorenz Wash. )f the State of the County of Gentle riding mare, back, 11, $125. Good children's horse. CH 4-9673.. 235-4091. a17 WANT TO BUY 3 bedroom .home wh acreage, ,dairy or beef, one year lease with opt}on, up to $10,000 down. Write Box 0, Ch.eey Free Press. a3-24p 100-egg Incubator. RI 7-9090. errand KillJn, Rt. 2, Cheney. cation c,f this summons, to-wit: Within sixty days after the 17th day of April, 1964, and defend the above entitled actior in the above etitled court, and answer the complaint of plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorneys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in case of your failure to so do, judgment 'ill be rer*dered against you accordinf to the demand of said com- plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by plain- tiff, Mabel Brown, for the purpose of obtairing an absolute and final de- cree of divorce from .he defendart Charles Brown, and a decree awardirg her the care, custody and control of the minor children of the parties, the sum of $150.00 monthly towards her support and the support of the minor children, and the sum of $250.00 for her attorney's fees and costs i this action, and an equitable division of Wash. the property, all on the grounds of cruel treatment and desertion. Gleeson & Smith Attorneys for Plaintiff By: Harold M. Gleeson the State Postoffice Address: Gleesor* & Smith County of 402 Sherwood Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. Estate o (April 17-May 22) PHILIP S. BROOKE SHERIFF'S SALE Paulcn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. State of Washington County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an" Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior C'burt of Spo- kane County on the 13th day of April, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Metropolita Life Insurance CXompany, a corporation Plaintiff versus Margaret E. Miller, a widow, ad Mar- garet E. Miller, as Executrix of the Estate of Donald J. Miller, deceased, and the Unknow Heirs of Donald J. Mil- ler, deceased Defendants No. 173278, 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 ton o'clock a. m. on the 22nd day of May, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokar.e County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and Irterest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : Lot 6. Block 2, Riverview Addition. according to plat recorded in Vol- ume "A" of Plats, page 130, in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington To satisfy a judgment in favor of Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation upon the note and mortgage executed by defendants, efeP, dant: Donald J. Miller (now deceased) and Margaret E. Miller, husband and wife, dated March 31, 1958, and recorded in, Book 900 Amount- Publi- ing to Ten Thousand Seventeer and Cal Cheney Implemen Co. early to get orders in. 25'5-6678. a17 Have Roto ti.lr. WiI1 plow garders. 235-4071, LiHard Corbit. a10-24 WANTED Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414% First St.. Cheney LESSONS GIVEN ,Private =art lessons give. 235-6664. al 7tf Wash. Wuh of the State of me COunty of 01/100 ($10,017.01) Dollars with interest at 6 per cent per anwum from April 13, 1964 and $500.00 attorney's fees and $48.60 plus $26.00 Title Expeme cost.s arid increased costs. Interest at 6% from April 13, 1964 to sale or. attorney's fees and costs. I Given under my hand, this 14th day of April 1964. William J. :Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordycc, Deputy. Philip S. Brooke, Plaintiff's Attorney (April 17-MayS) JOSEPH NAPPI 509 Radio Central Bldg. Spokane. Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--es. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane Cour*ty, on the 7th day of April, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, irz the case of The Jackson Building and Loan Asso- ciation, a corporation Plaintiff versus Merrill E. Sorenson and Alice E. Soren- son, husband and wife, defendarts No. 173589, and to me, as Sheriff, directed 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 ten o'clock a. m. on the 22nd day of May, 1964, at South Courthouse Door, So- kane, in Spokane County, ir the State of Washington. all the right, title and ntereet of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : The North 100 feet of the South 202 feet of Lot 10 in Block 18 of Hutch- inson's' Addition, according to the plat recorded in Volume "Q" of Plats, page 4, situated in the County of Spokane and State of Washington To satisfy a judgment i favor of The Jackson Build- ing and Loan Association, a corporation and against Merrill E. Sorenson and Alice E. Sorenson Amounting to Eleven Thousand Five Hundred Forty Five and 43/100 ($11,545.43) Dollars with irterest at 5, per cent per annum from De- cember 1, 1963 to date of judgment and $760.00 attorney's fees and $39.80 less $21.84 credit for reserve accouter costs and increased costs. $26.00 for Title Costs. Interest on judgment, attorney's fees and costs at 6% from April 7, 1964 to le. Given under my hand, this 14th day of April, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Evelyn Fordyce. Deputy Joseph Nappi. Plaintiff's Attorney (April 17-May8) Stencils--make your own signs--1 inch to 6 inch let- ters. Free Press Printshop. Al- so stencil brushes. nl,ale through Mrs. R. T. Fade, V. 328 Eucl'id Ave., Spokane. WelI-Gurtle Don't turn tose late fall av.d wirter dairy ca'l,ves out on pasture :too soon, Gale G. Gur- tle, county extension agent, ad- : vise& He ,cautions tlat heifer calves should be six months of I age before they are urned out to pasture. Even then they should not be expected o shift for themselves. They cao be expected to ive and gin weight .on pasture of roughage alone until they ,bou nine to 12 months of age. In the mean, tine, calves six t nine months ,old s,lould re- ceive about .hree pun:ds of grain contentrate dily ong with good roughage r pas- .lure. If they are on poor pas- ture or poor roughage, calves slmutd receive about five pounds ,of grain concentrate daily during this period. By the time calves are nine mouths old, eir rumen is de- veloped enuoght to satisfactor- ily convert ,high quality rough- age 'to food nutrien.) Lurg worms are alsv a men- ace to .calves turned out to pasture too young. This As par- tietdarty true ff the pasture is low4ying ,and damp. When eaves are old enough to go or pasture arid ,the ps- ,ture is good enough o supply nutrient, shelter, san and fl'esh water shald be supplied in addition o gra*i,n concen- trate. Cub Scouts To Fly Kites Saturday A Cub Sco outm)g i%r kite fl.yirg wil be hel'd tMs Satur. d'ay, AI'I 18. Cubs will met behind the field 'house ,at 1 o'c}ock. Assis{- an:t Cub Scout master Pat WhitehiH said each 'boy is to bring a kite and all fahers , are welcome. . MRS, STEVENS NAMED JUDGE Mrs. Harkl K..Stevens has been named a judge for the Na,ionsl m, ltl of Piano Teach- e rs ann,al a,udiorts, in Calif. orrta starting .this week. She is orgatnist of a Cheney church, and has appeared on I the concert stage .as a sloti and in duolrm coreerts with Dr. James Fxlmonds, a mem- ber of the EWSC piano de- a,rtmer,. Mrs. Stevens is now teaching privately in Cheney. Beverly Dow Gives 4-H Demonstration Beverly Dew gave a demon- stration on ow to hang a pic- ture correctly and ow t:o ! brush ,a calf at the April 11 meeting of the Lance Hill 4-H ctu, b at the Atvin Dew home. A fishing tri,p at Williams Lake was planned for June 7 at tihe business meeting. The next meeting will be held April 25 at the home of Annie Goodwin. i Refreshments of cup cakes and ice cream were served by the hostess. Registration For Kindergarten Urged Kindergarten registration at Betz Elemertary School will continue through next week Principal LeRoy Ishevvood said today. "Parets ,of eldren extter- ing kindergarten new fall ave urged )to register their child rmw to give the school an op- portunity for p,tanning," Isher- wood said. Beef cattle will et anywhere from 18 to 5 pounds f mR per head per year. Because of the wide vacation in consump- tion, it is best to let them ave free access to rSM r@er tha to l'mit hem to hat is raixed in their feed. Shop the easy way, Classifieds. Friday, April 17, 1964 [GETS NSF AWARD [ Dr. Durcan M. Thomso I Eastern Washixgon State Col- lege associate professor of bi- ology,  the recipient of a Na- tiorml Science Fotmdadon ,a.wa.d for esearv_h pdcipa- on for college tea-chers af matlmmacs al scieace. Dr:I Thomson wfl] be re- search 'partieipan in biophysi, cal ehemisT at New Mexico High, Ands UniversiW,. Los Vegas, N. M., for 10 weeks s,fav.ng June 15. The researck wilI be ia te field of blood 'liqti&s and blood coagulant,. D: Tlmmsa said, ;aad will be candueted in. a 'study ,of four et2mic: groups. Schultz Family Home From England Dr. and Mrs. tL L. Schtltz and daughter, Leslie:, returned to Cheney after spending al- most two years in Englan& Dr: SChultz, associate profes. sor of hisory t E. W. S. C., was doirg research work of the, h Btish press from the period of 1890 to 1914, working msb ly ,at the Britih 'musetm and newspaper library a Lonffon. The family ato went on short trips to Scotland and Ire- land. Mrs. Shulz, f0rvner-nurse a the Canu,s Eementary school ,said: they wer very fond of the Enmesh people and found their warmth .and hos- pitality graifyn.g. They ,are making their h, ome at 916 Third street. COM EDY SET AT COLLEGE Three performances of ,the I8th century comedy, "Sv&nrt of Two Masters," opens at Eastern WaShgton State CoI- lcge Wednesday evemg. Presented "in the round" in the EWSC Studert Union lounge, ,ali peovmarmes will .start at 8:I5 p. m. Cheney Free Press Page 5 CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids win be received by the cou'ncl of the town of Airway Heihts until 7 p. m. April 27, 1964, at office of the Town Cerk, Airway Heights, far the furrshing of used road grader, 1939 mod 112 Cater- pillar or equivalent, in good erfing codition. The tor will trade in an Auto Paol No. 10 grader. Trade-in m, be inspected at J & B Auto at Arway Heights. Bidders w provide detailed deucalion of gader offered and will stat separely the tarsi prie ad aRowence for tmde4n. The eotm1 reserves the right to inspect the grader of- fered and to reject any or all bids Town of Heights VMrie Smith, Clterk (April 17-24) Free Press want ads click. Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-40S0 ,1 , ,..,, O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. 1, Spokane CH. @2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS, Complete Real Estate Service I Listings needed for our by- ors. We Trade SeU All cTypes of Property and Buy ontracts. See, Write !or phone -- STAN SPEAR t M-M Realb/ Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague R! 7-7t16 a3)tf 408 FIRST ST CHENEY REAL NCE 3NE JlS00ll.soN Smith Jewelers A00,v0000ItCY Only The Best! Our specialty, Sauerbratten Bavarian, served each Saturday. No Admission at The Beehive 0000TURDAY, APRIL 18TH to the music of "The Gents" Dr. Behm Gets Grant .Dr. Roy BeAm, Easter Wahirgton State Oellege assis- tant professor of chemistry,, ,has been awarded 'a National Science Foundation suwmer grart. He will attend a NSF- sponsored conference on col- loids and micro-molecular chemistry Aug. 6-21 at the Un- versify tf Southern California in  Angeles. .,. , ') )) t" -" 3