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Page 8 Cheney Free Press Friday, May 15, 1964 Danish Gym Team Plans Monday Program At EWSC The Danish gym team, on a year-long tour of the Uted States, will present a pr0gmm at Eastern Wasln, gt0 State College Monday evening at 8:15. The tmrforn&apos;nce, in She- walter auditorium o the EW- SC campus, is open to the pub- lic wthout charge. In the United Stes since last August, the 12 boys and 12 girls on the tenon have crossed the country from New Y'ork hhrou,gh the South to the Pacific. From the Pacific N0hwest, they will again cros the United Stztes, ending their tur in July at the New York World's Fair. T.he current tour is the sixth taken with Erik Flendsted-Jen- sen, director of the team. In 1939, the Danes sent 26 b0?s on a coast-to-coast tour. The next was in 1946-47, when Flented-Jensen brought both boys and girls. Since then, the Dani gym team has made tours 'in 1949- 50, 1954-55 and 1961-62. On their last tour, they mde nine appearances at e Seattle WorM's Fair. The demati0s indude a variety of modern Danish gymnastics .and a sekdon of Danish f0dk dances in corful n'ative costume. Most of the program is accolaned ,by music taken from the chssic composers. Folk darmes ate performed to old Da.nish tunes. TENNIS FINALS THIS WEEKEND AT BELLINGHAM Urdefeated in 18 matches, the Eas,tern Wash'int0n State College termis team will be favorites to repeat as Ever- green Conference Clmmpons when the six c0,nference c01- leges meet in the annual play- oqfs in Bellingham Friday and Satur<tay. Sava, ge c:c,ach Bob Anderson has tw0 players unde,feated in conevence competition. They are Don Kn,utsen, Eastern's No. 2 man, and Dave Adams, No. 4, both o whom will be entered in singles competition along with J, olm Bnon, No. 1, Bill Wright, No. 3, and Keith Vradenburg, No. 5. The Savages' doubts team ] will be Hanson amt Ktsen, No. 1, and WrigM n,d Vraden- burg, No. 2. Blackhawks Capture Pair Of Northeast League Wins Cheney picked up a pair of Northeast A League high school baseball wins during the past weekpping East Valley 6-0 and Kettle Fails 7-2. Dave Nicol recorded both pitcg wins to .run his sea- son revord to sev wins and one oss. He struck out 11, Ml0wed four hi.' and issued two walks a,gainst Eas't Valley. The first five Cheney bat- tOTS in the first inning scored in the East Valley game. Monte Pearson, batting fifth, cleaned things up with a double. Nicol struck out 15, gave up only .two hits and wlked a 10he batter agairtst Kettle Fails John Fletcher paced Cheney htting with three hits in five trips to the platte, including a first inning triple. The Btacklmwks are sched- uled ,to meet OalviUe here t0- day at 3:30. A game next Fri- day at Chewdhh will Comllete the schedule. East Valley 000 000 0---1 Cheney 510 000 x---6 Nicoi and Buehler; Schroed. er end Lyeoke; Cheney 121 001 2---7 Kettle Falls 000 000 22 Nicol and Buehler; Sparks and Baxter. Col. William Bryan In Military Drill FAIl, FIELD, Calff.Lt. Col. Wilm C. Bryan of Oheney participated in exe'cise dela- war, a joint IrarAan-U. S. mil- :ttary training operation staged in Iran April 12-15. Col. Bryan, son of Mr. nd Mrs. Willam F. Brya of 620 "B" St., Cheney, is an Air Force pilot with a military air transpovt service (MATS) unit at Travis AFB, Calif. He Was one of 6,800 U. S. military !mrsonnel in the fouray Air Fovce-Aovce-Avmy-Navy-Marine Corps exercise. MATS provides glo- bal rlift of U. S. military forces and equipment. DEBBIE KINGSLY TAKES 2 FIRSTS IN SWIM MEET Debbie Kingsly placed first t in the backsoke and free[ style swimming events for the i 8 and under age group ,at the fifth annual senor swim meet .at Fairchild A Force Base. Tom Stone took first pl'ace in diving for boys 11 and 12 in the one meter event. Joe Groves took third in the same every{. The boys relay team, composed of Graves, Jghn W addinglon, Ston,e and Mike Graves, took third in the 11 and 12 age group. Miss Kfngsly, who repeated smil,ar wins of two weeks ago, was high Point wirmea- in her ,age group. ALLEY ANTICS Timber Toppers -- Juniors No. 4 52 28 No. 3 47 33 No. 2 36 44 No. 1 25 55 Team No. 3 1547, 536; Lynn Hossom 221, /$61. Timber Tplrs -- Bantams Bench Warmers 40 29 Skunky' Stinkers 39 29b. Aces 36 32 Skunky Stinker 863 (2 games) :Aces 472 ; Ricky Engel 171, 291 (2 games). Cheney Automotive Final league night. Sweepstakes night next Tuesday evening. Higgin$ & Henderson and Al's' Chevron Station tied for first place. They will bowl three games for the best two out of three for Championship. Higgiws & Henderson 84% fiS/_, AI's. Chevron Station 84U 55 Cheney Auto Parts 77% 62 Virgil's Enco Station 71 69 Brown & Holter 68 72 Sunset View Ranch 61 79 Hlllcrest Stables 59 802 Al's Auto Parts 54 86 AI's Chevron 3097, 1062; Jim Dyck 694. 268. Bowlerettes M N M Drive In 96 40 Hillcrest Fillies 78 58 Wester Auto 65 71 Cheney Lanettes 64 71/ Holmes Hardware 63 72 Chancy Homes 61% 74U IGA Bairs 60 75% Plnehurst Motel 54 82 Western Auto 2384 w/h ; Holmes Hard- ware 865 w/h; Jean Laube 519 wo/h Lil Greene 187 wo/h. Then there was the fellow from way bck in the ,laiRs who died upon seeing his first auto- nmbile-Im didn' see i,t soon enough. THREE KEYS to CANCER CONTROL RESEARCH  Dr. William S. Adams, as professor of medicine at the U.C.L.A. School of Medicine, treats leukemia patients. s a researcher, he is trying to .learn ways in which the chemicsl machinery of leukemia patients has gone wrong. Reason: to explore new leads for leukemia control. SERVICE Mrs. Marjode Shields, a volunteer for the ACS Illinois Division Transportation Corps, has transported over 1,000 cancer patients to and from Cool'County Hospital during the past four years. Mother of eight, she takes her youngest with her on duty day. EDUCATION Five years ago Mrs. Mae Edwards, of Pinellas County, Fla., thought up Save-a-Life parties. Neighbors are invited for coffee; early cancer detection is discussed; pamphlets are given out; guests are urged to give similar parties. In Pinellas County alone seven early cancers were discovered as a result of 150 Save.a.Life parties. Idea has caught on all over the U. S. ,%,, AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY Fresh Fashion in Summer Desserts You've heard of "double chocolate" sodas. Now, try this "dou- ble lemon" cake, the latest fashion for summer desserting. A new mix adds the refreshing touch of lemon to that airy favorite, an'gel food. Here it appears in three "layers", each topped in this particularly lush manner: lemon frosting mix, combined straiglt from the box -- with whipping cream and sour cream. Fresh strawberry slices are folded into the topping, and garnish the cake prettily, too. Keep it cool until you're ready to let it keep you cool! Light Lemon Iatyers 1 package lemon angel food cake mix Filling, and Topping: 2 cups (one-half package) buttercrcam lemon frosting mix l cup whipping cream 1/3 cup sour cream 2 cups fresh strawberry slices Prepare and bake cake as directed on package. Cool; remove from pan. With long-bladed knife, split cake into 3 layers. Blend dry frosting mix, whipping cream and sour cream. Beat until thickened. Fohl in strawberry slices. Fill and top cake layers with creamy filling. Garnish with strawberry slices. Chill until served. Patronize Your Advertisers MULTI-FREQUENCY TRANSISTORIZED FISH CALL Now you can call the fish to your exact fishing spot with a new patented and tested electronic transistorized Fish Cell. The sound waves travel some 200-300 yards through the water and attract the fish directly to the source. The dial allows selection of five different variants of sound waves. Retail Price $12.95 SPECIALTY SALES SERVICE Box 37 Main Station Seattle, Washington 98111 YEARS! OLD Code No. 572F StST tt[O B IRAM WALKER G S0N t:ORIAALLISOI$ Real bourb0n people reach for WALKER'S DELUXE They enjoy the extra flavor of the extra years. Spangle News First gracte re,gisativn and ortientation f0 West I.b- arty Elementary ptpils wi,U be' held t0day from 9 to 11 a. m. ALl children veho v'ffi be 6 on or before September are eligi- ble. The school nurse will be available to answer questi.os. T. G. PATTERSON 680. N. B. Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 75614 In the Superior Court of the State of AZasbington in and for the County of pokane. In the Matt,r of the Estate of LUTHER K. JONES, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that M. T. Mitchell, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Wash- ington his Fir, al Account as such Ad- ministrator and a petition for the dis- tribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Administrator, ar*d that Wednesday, the 15th day of June, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock . a. m... at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spo- kane. in said Spokane County, has bce} duly fixed for the hearing anal settle- ment of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person irterested in said estate may appear and file hi executions in writing thereto and contet the ame. Dated this 13ib day of May, 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Sul)erior Court. By R. D. Tucker, Deputy. (May 15-29) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsel| Bldg.. pokane. Wash. SIXTY DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 174263 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of .qnok ne. /HRST N.ATIONAL BANK IN SPO- KANE, a natic.nal bar*king association, Plaintiff vs. NITA N. WILSON, a Mnglc woman, Defendant State of Washington to the Defend- ant, Nita N. Wilson, a single womar, You are hereby summoned to appear in the above ertitled court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to- wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 15th day of May, 1964 and defend the above entitled action in the above entit- led court, and answer the mer*ded om- plain of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your arswer ou the undersigned attor- ney for plaintiff at his postoffice address below stated, and in case of your fail- ure so to do, judgment will be ten-I dared against you according to the d(-' mani of said complaint, which has been. file:l xxith the clerk c.f said court. I This action is commenced by tie plaiztiff to foreclose a mortgage ex- ecuted by Charles G. Hughes and Phyllis E. liuhes to Sherxood & Roberts, Int'., and tbereafter a,sMgned to he plaintiff. which mortgage f. recorded in Book 935 of Mortgages, page 686, and is upon the followin,g described property, to-'.vit : Let Sixteen ill;) in Block eight (8) >f Midway AddYion, as per l!at thereof ] ORDINANCE NO. F-27 An Ordinar*e prescribing the duties of the City Attorney, and fixing the salary and compersation to be paid the C*ity Attorney, repealing Ordinance No. E-61 and Section 2.32.030 of the Cheney City Code, and providing for the effective date bereof. The City Council of the City of Cha- ncy do Ordain as Follows: Sac. 1. Duties of the City Attorney. In additior to the duties required to be performed by the City Attorney hy, R. C. W. 35.24.110. the City Attorney shall perform the following duties : attend all meetings of the City Council except when excused by the Mayor; at the request of tbe Mayor or Chairman thereof attend meetings of the City P]annin,:; Commission; at the request of the Mayor or Chief of Police, attend the City Police Justice Court; prepare and submit to the City Council such ordinances as the Mayor of Council may request ; prepare all legal documents for the City of Cheney at the request of the Mayor, the City Council, or other officer (;f ihe City. Sec. 2. Salary and Compensation. The salary and compensation of tle City Attorney shall be as follows: (a) The monthly salary for the City Attorney is hereby fixed at $225.00 ef- fective May 1, 1964, and for such salary the City Attorney shall per- form the folio.wing of his duties with- out additional compensation: attend all mectin,:a of the CSty Council except where excuscl by the Mayor ; advise the city autboritie:< aml officers in all legal matters pertaining t,o the business of the City and apl)rove a!l ordinan.:e. as to fo.rm: attend not more than three meetings of the Plannim CommisMon, in any ca/en, dar year ; attend not more than twelve session ou the City Police Justke Court in any calendar year ; prep:ire all ordinan(.es and legal docu- ment; of a r)utine nature. (b) In addition, to the mc.nthly sal- ary provided in (a), above, the City Attorney shall be compensated for ter- gage executed by French and Paula after assigned to mortgage is mortgages, page following described That part of East Addition of a line which between the west lines of said Spokane. It is the bar the defendants lien, or estate ir except the right of by tatute. Hamblen, Gilbert &' for Plaintiff Postoffice Address : 912 Paulsen Spokane, (May RINER E. 507 S & E NOTICE TO No. Ir* the Su)eroc Washington in and Spokane. In the Matter ISHIZO Notice is signed has been of the above has qualified persorm having deceased, claims, duly vouchers upon the 4020 Oak upon, Riner E. record at his Eastern Building, ton and file of such service of the Clerk of the City of months after the this notice, or , barred. vices not covered in (a), above, at the Date of the first l'(;llowing rates: per diem hour, $15.01) notice is 8th (lay but where engaged for an an,tire ,lay[ Tami Iqtkini in other than trial not to. exce.d $75.00 I the above es per day; tr a bef)re the Superior Court Rin,r E. De'low or United States Distriet Court, ir:,lud-I 507 Spoksne & ing post-trial motions. $175.00 per day;[ Spkaue, hearings before boards and commis- , IMa stuns, preparation for trial, l)re-trial ............. motions and depositions, at the per diem MERRITT hour rate, ante; for the formation of each Local Improvement District where outside bond counsel is employed, one; for the formation of each Local Im- provement District where outside bond counsel is not employed, on the first $10,000.00 of the cost of the improve- men,t, le;}, thereof, and on the excess of the co:t of improvement over $10,000.00, une-half of 1% thereof, min- imum fee for formatio.r* of any di,;- trict to be $1(}0.00. See. 3 Ordinance E-61 and Section 2.'2.030 of the Cheney City Code and all other ordinances in con,flier bore- with are repealed. See. 4. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days after passage by the Council, approval by I the Mayor, arid publication. Introduced this 12th day of May, 196d. Passed by the City C(;.uncil and ap- proved by the Mayor this 12th day of May. t96. Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Fuss, City Clerk Apl)rOvet as 10 ]'orm: Merritt A. John,::on, City Attorney (May 15, 1964) N()LAND, I)ISQUE & M1CIIAELSEN 2319 N. Monroe, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITOB.S No. 77091 In the Superior Court of the St,to -f Washington, in and for the County ,f Spokane. Tn the Matter of the E!ste nf 318 First St., - NOTICE TO No. In the Superior Washington in Spukane, In' the Matter oI the Persons and Engstrom, A Notice Is h(,rby signed has beel of the above estate qualified sons havirg claims tent are required verified, with the undersigned Cheney, tan and the file such cl of such service clerk of the above Spokane, after the date of this notice, or lmrred. Date ,)f fh,, fi notice is Merritt A. above eatate, Merritt 318 First St.,: W. 309 Fidelity NOTICE ]ecorded in Bo(k "T" ,)f Plat% )m,.,e ; NICHOLAS ALBERT GILMAN, de- Ir* the SuperiOr 44, situate in the County of Spokane, ,cased. Washington in: State of Washington. It is the further Notice is hereby given that the tlnde!'+ Sl)kane. object of said action to bar the defendar.,t MTn,ed has been appointed Executrix In the of all right, title, lien, or entate in and of the above estate in thls Court and KATHRINE ]E'. to said premises arid said property be has qualified accordingly, and that all Notice is hereby l sold at Sheriff's Sale free from any persons havin,,r claims against said de- signed has been, rights of redemption by the defendant ceased are reqnired to serve claims, duly ; of the above or her successors in interest, verified, with necessary vouchors uoon qualified Hambien, Gilbert & Brooke theundersigned at South 4220 Crestline, sons having By Philip S. Brooke Attorneys for Spokane, Washington or upon Howard : ceased are Plaintiff K. Michaelsen the attorney of record at verified, with Postoffice Address : 912 Paulsor Building, Slokane, Washington, 99201 (May 15-June 19) Richter, Wimberley & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 76709 above estate. Ir the Superior Court of the State of Howard K. Michaelser Attorney Washington in and for the County of N. 2319 Monroe. Spokane, Wash. Spokane. (May 15-29) In the Matter of the Estate of LYLE A. BENSON, An Incompetent. Notice is hereby given that the Wash- ington, Trust Bank, the Guardian of he Estate of Lyle A. Bergson. Incompetent, will sell, at private sale, for cash, terms most favorable to the quardian- ship estate, the following described real estate, to-wit : (a) Lot 17, Block 8. Richland Park Addition to Spokane, in the Oity of Spokane, County of Spokane and State of Washington. (b) Lots 1 thru 4 inclusive. Block 6, Stearns Acre Park, in the County of Spokane and State of Washington. (c) Lots 5 anti 6, Block 6. Stearr Acre Park, i the County of Spokane and State of Washington. (d) The North 100 feet of the ]East one-half of Lot 4 and the North 100 feet of the West one-half of Lot 5, Block 4. GIovers Addition to Spokane, in the City of Spokane, County of Spokane and State of Washington. Bids must be submitted in writing and left with the Washington Trust Bank, as guardian of the above-entitled estate, at its offices at West 715 Sprague Avenue, Spokane, Washingtor*. or with its attorneys, Richter, Wimberley & Ericson, at their offices at 708 Old :Nat- ional Bank Building, Spoka, Washin;g- ton. or may be filed it* the office of the Clerk of the above-entitled Court. Bids will be received until the date of sale. The sale of said real estate will be made on or after May 25, 1964. The guardian herein specifically reserves the right to reject any ar, d all bids. Washington Trust Bank. as Guardiar of the Estate of Lyle A. Benson, Incompetent. By Kendall S. Wynstra Vice Presi- der, t and Trust Officer Richter, Wtmberiey & ]Ericse Attorneys At Law 708 Old National Bank Building Spokane, Washington (May 15-22) KATHLEEN M. TAFT lal$ w. Garlmad. Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS his office at North 2319 Monroe, the undersigned Spokane, Wash. and file such claim with Avenue. Spokane proof of such service ir the office of the W. Kenneth Jone clerk of the above court at the City of ord at his office Spokane, Washington, within six months Spokane, Wash., after the first publication of this notice, with proof of or they will be forever barred, of the Clerk Date of the first publication of this City of Spokane, notice is 15th day of May, 1964. six months after Barbara G. Spring Executrix of the of this r, otiee0 or barred. Date of the notiee is 8th daY Erwin R. above estate. W. Kenneth 309 Fidelity Randall. Danskin, Lundin & Allison 1a17 Paalen Bldg.. Spokane 1. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77110 In the Superior Court of the State nf Washir*gton in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate oI JESSIE M. MORGAN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed have beer appointed Executors of the above estate in this Court and ALTA M. have qualified accordingly, and that all Notice is hereby I persons havir*g claims against said de- signed have bee ceased, are required to serve claims, of the above duly verified, with recessary vouchers have qualified upon the undersigned at 1017 Paulsen persor Building', Spokane, Washington or upo ceased are Randall Daskin, Lundin & Allison, duly verified. the attorneys of record at their office upon at 1017 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash- Bank Building, ingtc and file such claim with proof of upon McKevitt, such service in the office of the clerk of attorneys of the above Court at the City of Old SpOkane, Washingtor, within six Washirgton. months after tbo first publication of proof of such this notice, or they will be forever barred, the Clerk of the Date of fhe first nubltcation of thie uf Spokane, rmtice is 8th day of May, 1964. months after Margaret M. Boyd and Harold R. this notice, Boyd Executors of the above estate. Date of Randall, Danskin, Lundir & Alliscm notice is 8th By F. B. Danskin, Attorneys Theodore 1017 Paulsen Building Tweedy Spokane, Washington 99201 McKevitt, (May 8-22) 711 Old Spokane, McKEVITT, ?ll O. N. NOTICE In the Washingtm) in Spokane. I the Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. GEO. 501-02 Pauln SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION NOTIC No. I74276 ]n the Superior Court of the State of In the SuperiOr Washington in and for the County of f Washington t P Spokane. Spokane. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, In the a corporation, Plait*tiff vs. Gerald M. DORRIS I. French and Paula P. Freneh, husband and Notice is, wife, and Edmund J. Long and V. Janice signed has Long, husband and wife, Defendants. of th above State of Washin'ton to the Defend- has qualified N). 77172 ants, Gerald M. French and Paula P. persone haying Ir* the Superior Court of the State of French, husband and wife. eensed are Washington it* and for the Cunty of spokane. In the Matt(r of the Estate of JOHN INES, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has bee appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and ]that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims I duly verifed, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at E. 408 20th Ave., Spokane, Wasbingtor or upon Kathleen M. Taft, the attorney of record at her office at 1015 West Garland, Spokane, Washington, and file such claim witb proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington,, within eix months after the first Duhlication oi this notice, or they will be forever barred Date of the first Duh]ication ef this notice is 15th day of May, 1964. Florence J. Incus Executrix of the above estate. Kathleen M. Taft Attorney 1015 West Garland, Spokane, Wash. (May 16-29) For NI Your Printing Needs |y Free Press You are hereby summoned to appear duly verified. in the above er*titled court within sixty upor the (60) days after the date of the first Apt. 2, publication of this summons, to-wit: Gem W. Young, Withir sixty (60) days after the 8th at his office day of May, 1964 and defend the above ing, Spokane, er*titled action in the above entitled such claim court, and answer the complaint of the i service ir plaintiff, and serve a copy of your ! clerk of the a arawer on the undersigned attorneys Spokane, Was] for plaintiff at their postoffice address after the first below stated, and in case of your failure or they will ,no to do, judgment will be rendered Date of the against you according to the demand notice is 8th of said complaint, which has been filed Mary Dire with the clerk of said court, above This action is commenced by the Geu. W. plaintiff, to foreclose a certain mort- 501 Paulsen Henney, Curran & Bentley North $1a Monroe, Spoknne, Wuh Hamblen, 912 Paulsen NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77026 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of In tha Spokane. Washington in In the Matter of the ]Estate of Spokane. ]EMMA LEACH. deceased. In the Notice is hereby given that the under- CHARLES O. signed has been appointed Executor Notice is of the above estate ir this Court an has signed has qualified accordingly, and that all per- of the above sons having claims gainst said de- has qualified ceased are required to serve cla'ms, all persons duly verified, $h nsary vouchers, deceased are upon the undersir Nortb 812 Mur rue Street, Spokane, Washington or upon Hennessey, Curran & tley the otter- Spokane, neys of recur'at their office at North Gilbert & 812 Monroe Street, Spokane, Wash- at their offic igto and file such claim with proof of such service in the proof of office of the clerk of the abcae court at clerk Of the the City of Spokane, Wash.. within six months after the ,first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred, they Will Date of the first 'publication of this Date of rmtice is 8th day of May, 1964. rmtice is Nobel F. Leach Executor of the Antoinette above estate, of the Harry E. Henney Attorney Of Hamblen, Hennessey, Curran & Bentley 912 Pauln N. 812 Monroe Sty, Spokane, Wash. Spokane, (May 8-22) i