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.eo ,, .00IEWS C Travels Excellent Fishing Seen ITo Ellensburg At Chene.y Area Lakes [F0r Track Meel On Open,ng Day Sunday i Oollege faces powerful Cen- Wih any kirM of .uck .from the weatherman, fishing is expected to be excellea i the Chemyy area Sunday on opeg AM of are ruing wth trout and theus- a,nds of fishermen will start one of the more popular lakes, but Badger, Silver, Amber, Clear, Chapman, Fishtmp ad Downs takes ,are all within, ewsy driving dJstarme and all witl produce god fistfing. All (ff the lakes bare good public ,access areas and pri- ral Washington State in an Evergreen Conference 4ual track meet in Etle .bu.g Sat- urday af.terrmon. In ,an 80-60 dual mee. loss to Wester_n Washington Stale last week, the Savages came up with two top prospers in freshmen Ed GehsSag and Don hitting the nu, memus lakes rate reseats where .food and just after midnight. Most of [tackle may be purchased. h:vte- 23hrgil fTh,otT'arn the boats have been rented Many of the nmeous resorts a;,,: m,.,,, 'w,m Soane; ...... he hun- u,,o ,,,.., ,,  . .. for weeks btt shermen will lhave fatalities where t ' . , .....  ...... . ........ o_o be coming in early wt:h rrfitslglT fisherman can cook h'isJm, 1 tge ngn, wu t,,,. and getting a boat later on in ! fkh on the spot: imPm jump.  . , the morning shmtldn't be any  ttainbow, German BrvwnlEvUrC:e:iDengely[g roblem :and cutthroat, plus an a:ssor-, -s . e ..  P " ............ nd cat n, omer, mearea is-t) in win,niog Williams age, at coul:se, is merit oi spmey ray a  ' - fish are availa,ble, depending the evert aga,}nst Western, and Bob Len,gang won th,e high expected to be a avorie after being tread and re- planted. Find-h'N a good take where you can wet ,a line and expect to catch your share is ey around Cheney, and all of the lakes are expected to be erowded. West Medical Lake will be Nicol Hurls Two Hitter At Liberty Dave Nicol pitched vo hit ball and struck out 15 Libey High School batters Tuesday aftern'oon at the IAberty dia- mond .as Olene7 took a 7-0 baseball win. The win was the second this season far Nicol in as many stas and 'his first shutout.. He didn't walk a btter. Don Monson's Baekhawks colaO.ed ordy four hits but they also vrarked Liberty piCeh- Lrg for five walks. Ohney picked up two rims n the firs innirtg, added a lone run in the third and fourth and got three more in the sixth innrtg. Second baseman Bob Aers had the heaviest blo.w of the day, rapping a dtmble in the fir inning. The Blaekhawks are sched- uled to play Newport here to- day (Friday) at 3:30 p. m. in the first home ga, me. Ohenw's record for the eason is 2-0. Cheney ............ 201 103 0--7 Liberty ............ 000 000 0---0 Nicol and Buehler; Sunwoid and Martin. on which ake you choose. Trolling, still fishi,ng and fly fishin,g will all take fh open- ing day and in the good days throughout the remainder of the season. Savages Face Buts Tomorrow hurdles. Mile Ghislieri, Vancouver, B. C. junior, although n,ot a winner, placed in three events. He took second in the 880, high jump and broad jump. F=v Fishing ....' " Topic In Doubleheader I A fly fis,hing and fly tying J demonstration will be featur- Eastern Waghmgton State I e6 ,at a Chamber of Commerce CoDege returns to Evergreen Jtrout dinner Thursday  7 p. Conference baseball competi-,m, at the Ooitege Inn restau- tion Saturday with a double-lrant. header against Whitworth Ool- Rex Gerlaoh will present a lege in Spokamt. 20 minute stide show ollmved The Savages .are 2-0 in con- ference games and have a 4-4 owrall record. The Pirates have a 1-1 eonfertnce record. Coach Ed Olissus said he will start lefty Jack Smiley in he first seven-inning .game, ,and Doug Morgan in the sec- o,rtd. Smiley is 2-2, with a 3.74 earned run average. Morgan has a 2-0.record, with a 1.20 era. After eight games, the Sav- ages have four batters topping the .300 mark. Bill Boyle is a .500; Rich Robe.rtson, .360; Marty O'Brien, .3'33 and Paul Ch,aptik, .321. Tle Savages took a double-' header here last Saturday from Certra} Washington State Col-i lege. They won the opener 14- 11 and the second game 3-1. Moday they aveled to Ms- cow and drotoed a 7-3 decision to the UniversjW of Idaho. Read the classifieds---It pays! PERKS UP by a fy casting and fly tying: demorstrafion. Chancy-area resort owners have been in- vited to the dinne along with stae game officials. They in- clude lr. Hmrstree, dislriet supervisor of the Stae (a'm'e Department, D'ma Earnest, bi- o l.ost, and Bill DiEevson, game protector. ALLEY ANTICS Cheney Automotive ttiggins & ltenderson 79'3 441,/,., Al's Chevron Station 79 ,!,l,.) Chezey Auto Parh 1;6 5 Virril's' Enco Statlon, 62 ;2 Brown & Holter 57 r,7 Hillerest Stables 53, 7!' : Sunset View Ranch 52 T2 Al's Auto Parts 47/ 76/2 Cheney Auto Parts 2987 ; ttiilcrest Stables 1057; Joe' Beke 619, T(;m N.ot: 235. Koffee Kup Keglers G. I. Jones 67 49 Four Questlor Marks 64 52 B Plus 64 52 Shirt Tales 61] 54/_, Corny Cobs 587/z 57.( Pill Rollers 51 65 S. O.G. 50 66 Krazy Kates d8 68 Shirt Tales 2219 767; Sabra Stewart 205. 500. Timber Toppers -- Juniors Team No. 4 41 23 Team No. 3 3g 26 Team llo 2 26 38 PRIZE STOCK--Herman Willms shows one of his bulls during recent bull grading tour of nine Cheney-area ranches. The tour was Team No. 1 23 41 , Team No. 4 1391; Team No. 1 506; Chris Langton 176, 470. Timber Toppers  Bantams Bench Warmm 34 23 3() 1//, ")6L,, .ces ,,712 ,, .r Skunky Stinkers  , Aces 943 (2 games), 495 ; Ssr*dy Fertemacher 149; Ricky Engct 286 (two games). Cheney Businessmen Fire Department 86 42 R O. 'i'. C. 73 55 Christian Church 69 59 Outlaws 68 60 Hacienda 64 64 Nabisco 56,4 71 U_, Free Press 51 '77 Brown & Holter 44/' , 9332 ROTC 1015, 2965; H. Jorgenson '212: . Stwart 597. SAVAGE NETTERS STILL UNBEATEN Urdefe,atod in five ma'tehes, lc,gCs ,,nni., to,am met a pair of n.z,w foes Fri;t:ay aincl Satur- sponsored by the Spokane Livestock Ass'n and started at Willms' ranch, two miles north of Cheney. Annual ESH Open House Set For April 26-May | MEDICAL LAKET:he 1964 to do something about it. open house in observance of Last year the hosp.ital found Mental Health Week is sched- that mixed groups of visitors - vcere difficult to accommodate, uled far April 26 through May due 'to their varied special in- 1, Dr. Harris F. Bunnell super- terest. This yeax, Dr. B unne:ll r-tte.rdent .o! E:as,tevn State says, if all groups of the same IIospiCal, an!nouneed oday. category w,'flt visit ,on the same Hundreds c2 high sc'trool day, tours will be conducted :;rod eolloge sLudenrs and teach- and activities scheduled to ers will to,ur the hospital to eniphasize features of greater gain sflme in s,!ght into prob- in teerst to the vis:itors. All parts ,of the .hospital, .however 1.:'ms nd trca:.ment of the will be open to all visitors dur- men, tally ill Many chrbs and ing the dav The days service Ere, ups, some of which ed for differen, t categories are "adopted" s:pecffie atiention as follows: 're Savage netters f.].c: Northwe't Nazarene C.oal,ige of Nampa, Idaho, Friday after- noon at 2 p. m. in Chcny. Scd- urcay t:hey will be at W.a,lt,a Wala {'or matches with Wh,)t- man Colle,ge a,ffting at 1 p. in. ]Eastern lms tenms victories over Washinffton State Univ,tr- . s,i'ty, Universi'ty of Idaho, Seat- tle Pacific University, College of Idaho an Gonzaga Univer- sity ............ thi!ough0.:t the year, will re- t.rn to visit with thtdr friertds. Attorneys and aw enforce- nlent offi..ei'a,ts ,are expected; tlleir profes,sion:al duties often require general u,ndersanding of the mentally ill, their sylnp- tams arid treatmer, t. And, judg- ing by last year's ,open house, several hundred visitors will a,ttend, some from o,rdinary curiosity, mny more from sncere ie.terest in communy u, etfare and individtml desire (;uest Public Showing Gives your lawn the banquet it needs for health and good looks. Contains both quick-acting and slow-releasing nutrients. Feed your lawn this week with 60LF BRAND LAWNFOODI ge Supply, Cheney The Unexpected Look ! ! , r,, ]+ The Unexpected Price ! ! 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Ar- vage'men, ts ,on schedules and facilities may be worked out with Mrs. Fran, ces Sfimsorn,, P. O Box A, Medical Lake, or phone SA 3-3211, Ex. 389. 1, HcBroom Retains Jaycee Position For Coming Year At ,their April 3 me,#dg, the C,honey 3ayeees elected the following men to serve as of- fi, cers for the 1964-65 year: president, Scttie MeBaxmm; 4ce president, Wayne Weber; slate director, H, arvey McQuar- rie; seerotary2reasurer, Lee Heiydt; direor, Dennis Reetz. They will be installed, at the mmual instalatn and awmXts banquet t,o be held in the City Hall Saturday. Guest speaker this year wi;l be Bb Curtis, presidert 05 the Was ,bJ.ngton State Junior Chamber of Com- merce. Huffrnan, vice preskien,t of Ja,yee DiStrict 2, will irtstall the Cheney offic- ers. In ,a4ctithon, various awards for outsemrtdlng work during the year will be presented. A communi, ty service award will be presen,ted to Ralph Beau- dreau for his service to the community throughout his years as a city employee. A Family Affair Jay-C-Ete officers were eteeted or he club year be- ginning April 1. Elected were Fva,nkie Mc- Broom: president; ,larjore Ynel, vice presideat; Rella Heiyd, ste director; Judy Wehmeyer, seerary, mad Carole Atrgn, .treasurer. Mrs. Sharf'llma wilt be the women's installatio offie- ex at the jin itallation ad awards banquet. The club. ... ,,raeert that their preside 'had Won %he D}sict 12 Tha Award for ou,tstand- ing first year uZary wrn- a,n. She will be entered in the .conrpetioa, far the state award. Cuhutt. 1121 Palusen NOTICE OF OF Notice is hereby nership corsisting O'Brien and Fay business as American in the City of kane. State of where, was or* the 1964, dissolved and as American April 12. 1964 wi Dennis Michael torship. Dated this llth /s8 Fay L. (April Co E. 604 Fidelity State of kane.--ss. By virtue of an out of the Hen. kane County, on ti" 1964, by the General Insurance ica. Plairtiff versus Kathryn M. Chicha, Defendants No. 1716 Sheriff, directed Notice is hereby proceed to sell to (!ash, within the law for Sheriff's o'elo('k a. m. on the 1964, at South kane, in Spokane of Washington, all interest of the above in and to the l)ropcrty, "o-wit : Lots One (l), Four (4), Five Block One and Lots Five (5), Eight (8), Nine (9 (11) and Twelve Hundred Eighty with that portion Avenue lying of Regal Street of Haven Street, Addition To of recorded in page 73 situate ty of Spokane, a judgmert in against Defendants $360.00 for First To satisfy a eral In,suranee against George C_icha, husband and the Amounting to Hundred Seventeer 717.65) Dollars with cent per $1,000.00 and increased on attornye's fees vembev 12. 1963 to Give under my of April. 1964. William J. Rei: By Evelyn C. E. Iuppin, MacGillivray, 309 Fidelity SUMMONS FO No. In the Superior of Washingto,n in Spokane. Aetna Life poration, Plaintiff Dale T. Starkey husband and-wife, sons and parties right, title, estate, the real estate plaint herein; also of any of the who are now The State of Starkey and tIazel and wife, also all ties unknown estate, lien or described in the . also the Unknowr above named deceased. You and each summoned t) after April 17, publication of the above entitled aforesaid; arid in SO to do, against you the Complaint with the Clerk are required to and serve a copy the undersigned, stated, withir You are further ture of said real estate T. Starkey and band and wife, scribed as followS: Lot Six (6) Houghton and the City of S kane), i the of Spokane, as per map "A" of Plats. of the Courty said Mortgage Note. Said action purpose of merit" in the evcr.t by said real estate ficcient to satisfy said Note, costs herein. The owner of said reason of the MacGillivray, By Harvey W. Attorneys for Post Office 309 Fidelity Spokane. Date of first 1964. (April 1 SUMMONS No. In the Superior Washington in, and kane. Equitable Savings an Oregon Lawrence M. as Administrator Sophronia G. Metres .and and husband; Roy Wilson, his wife of Roy Wilson, krawn heirs of of Roy Wilson, if Merrick; also all sons urinown estate, lien or dscribed in the ants. The State of named defendantS, individually and the Estate of Em deceased ; Roy Wilson, his wi f of Roy Wilson, heirs of Jane Doe Wilson, if ties or persons right, title, the real estate plaint herein. You and each of maned to appear after the date of this summos, days after the lq and defend the the above the complaint of copy of your signed attorneys stated, and in to do. judgmert you according plaint which has Clerk of the above You are further ject of this action estate mortgage Cowles, as of Emma in favor of Equi Association, or about t he recorded in Book 197, as Document office c,f the Washirgton, the following wit : Lot 2 in Park Addition County of to foreclose all in said real Randall By: F. Cake, JauregUY, MeEwen By Jonathan " for Plaintiff Office 1017 Paulsen Spokane, (April