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Friday, May 28, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page BUY YOUR HOME NOW! Bob Wilson homes built and sold in C:heney this locations  Daylight basemen, is. Priced right terms. See these fine homes. ACREAGE room modern home, electric heat, 2car garage, acres, good location. Reasonable down payment, $14,500.00 CALL FOR INFORMATION 3-bedrooms, almost new $13,900.00 Each ecellent, FHA appraised $19,275.00. Boys League Baseball Season Dates Released, Rosters Are Announced Boys League basebaLl in Cheney wili run from June 15 to July 31 this season, league officials ,armunced this week. A tournamert will be held: after Jiffy 31, but detail&apos;s are: still lacking. Team :rosters are in the mail now to coaches of the seven Ha.rris, John Lass, Joe Graves Barry Alnonson, Les Harris Larry Maugham, Steve Fos Clark Jordan, Ron Nical, Gar- ry Holmes and Robert Loomer. District Meet and shop, 2 lots, $11,950. (New) small home buy FHA. 2-car garage $7,850.00. 1 Lots $9,500.00. electric heat $8,950. 2 lots, $7,500.00. $3,500.00. dva payments  Easy monthly paymen,ts building sites, also arrange custom building. Conventional financing available for building. Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. FOR SALE HOME Ed Doten Real Estate a beautiful h0me 424 1st St. 235-4050 way YOu plan it. I choice lots or NEW I Y:I ur 1.,st. Let me , y aurpzannng and 3 bedroom home, 11/2 baths plus R. I. in fur base- ,. will take trade, merLt. Birch kitchen-built-in Ken Morlan ,ange, firephce, carport. Terms 5 r0oTn modern $9,500, terms. a9tf near H. dlplexes, w/w carpet Ken Morlan Re00Aty FA 8-4004 a30tf 6-YEAR-OLD 3 bedrooms, corner Lot, 2 ira,pLaces, Full basement, uilt-in range & oven, Washer & dryer,, refger- ator. Beautiful tiled bath. FHA $600.00 down plus loan costs. OLDER HOME 2 bedrooms; 3rd in base- ment, but very comfortable. Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St. 235-4050 INEXPENSIVE typing lmPev. 500 streets 8% x 11 practice typing orfl,y 96c a,t The Free Ts bicycle. 4 Prem office, j29t{x Ham. 235- RUBBER STAMPS of all kinds m21ff may be ordered at The Free teams. Coaches will contact players ,on their teams regard- ing dates a, nd times of team )vactices. Equipmen may be picked up by coaches from Nolmaan Stone, 27 N. 9h, after Tues- day, May 25. Practices may be- gin any time after that date. I,rsurance on both laers and co,aches will be in effect at that time. The following rosters are made up of boys whose apyli- cations were turned in to the ecretary by May 18. Any boys wishing to join a team may pick up an application from Dat Whitehill or Airs. Stone. Team Rosters: A-I--Coaches, Bb Morrow and Bob Wilson: Danny Wil- z,n, Bob Stone, Alan Beard, 'Steve Morrow, Griff Jones, Skip Wills, Tom Powers, Ter- ry Murphy, John Pierce, Billy Wagoner, Tim Labish, Jeff I,arson and Franklin Best A-2--Coaches, Richard F. Miller and Harry Deininger: Jim McCon_nell, Ivry Ham, Robin Dare, Harry Deininger, Nicky Miler, Keith Is.herw,ood, Risky Brash, Fred Rosenzweig, Bob Ogden, Patrick Esslinger. Randy Sawyer, Dean Wester- man. A-3--Coaches, Dick Tale and Seth Seott: Mike Cabb, David Hardie, Jimmy Hatch, Jeff Harris, Terry WhitehiI1, Tom : Scott, Tim 'Starry, logeT Helm, Steve Ableman, I_roy Sanders, Joe McConnell and Joh, n Harris. AA-1--Coaches, Paul Hend- rickson rJd Cliff Graves: John Jordan, Danny Salter, David Wood, Chuck McKie, Jim Pow- ers, Richard Streeter, David Foes, Bri, an Micke'lon, Lanny Sanders, John Waddington, Mike Graves, Jim Dyck and Bill Convath. AA-2--Coaches, Don Nusser ad Nv'man Stone: Mickey Marion, GeraLd Larson, Tom Stone Tim Marian, Tim Crabb ! Trygg Heintz, Eric Engel, San-' dy Fenstemacher, David Bauer, Carol Kober, Jack Mosman and Bbby Logsdon. AA-3 -- Coaches, Edmund het, Press. Fast service. FOR RENT m21p cash; beau- Three room pavtment, up- ft. Lot with stairs, furnished. Reduced new with rate to permanent renter. Re- by owner, ererme required. 124 Secoid m21 St., 235-6544. m7tf nmetfine, Two .ore-bedroom apartments, Bros. completely furnished plus 9. carpet. AvaiLable for summer m7tf school. One block from Col- leqge. 423 Cedar St., phone 235- cottage- 6318 or write Ted Ham ,Rt. 2, inside ear- Box 1, Chancy. m21tf floor. 235- m21p FOR RENT this ConstruetLon equilment our school and tools. 2, 1, % ton trucks. $100.00 on still For sae--building muter- from. ia at "discont prices. 235-4410. m7tf ALl West Supplie 625 G Street, Chmey trailer $225. Phone 235-6370 2,?;5-4766. m21 mlgtf power Studio ,apartment, 228 West '. 8 5th St. 235-6863. a.23tf W. 3 bedroom house $60. Harry ml4tf Peuck, 624 2nd St., Phorm good con- 235-4494. ml4ff Auto- a is. 235-  WORK WANTED m2t Guaranteed outboard motor re pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. ff 15 year ,old farm boy wants job No. on farm for summer. Write m14-21 Box "M" c/o (Jheney Free m21.28p Carry AI, Power with Hy- 2 wheel Phone m14tf LE Lnaried, so the estaurant 809 a flew ' waitress. m2] RENT Close or T)art- Summer desirable. ), 2047 Har- m21p Press. m21 SPECIAL Grade and High School stu- dents--Did you lve a lhoto- gaph taken thru a selol e- tare-taking program? We wiU make 20 wallet size photos of the same picture ,or only 99c. Cheney Drug. (Offer over June 6, 1965). m21-28 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. j 18tf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney j 19tf See us for quality custom build- ing. Ed Doen Real Estate 424 1st St., 235-4050. a30ff TO GIVE AWAY Four kittens, part Perska:n. 235- 4902. m21 jl5tf West and Dean Swegle: Steve - Wilvon, David Bartlett, Rey Smith, Larry West, Ed Swegle, Dick Swegle, Barry Giles, Tom McKinney, Stanton McCandles Rocky Holmes, Redney Foland and Dwight Tavenner. AAA--Coaches, Sam Hatch arid Jack Crabb: Casey tIanra- lan, Bill Crabb, Phil Stiffler, Gary Sooy, John Frost. Dick Blackhawks Seek i Pair Of Vidories I To Finish Season Cheney's varsity bseba,ll squad will be seeking to close out the 1964 high school se'a- son on a winning note this week. The Blaekhawks, with a home field advantage in both istanes, w}l face Chewel, a,h tody at 3:30, nd league lead- ing Medical Lake Tuesday, M*ay 25, in the season's firml game. Don Monson's varsity nine rebounded Item a 2-0 setlrack at the hands of Colville hat week to :scare .an imessve ]2-0 victory over Kettle Falls on the near, no,hit pitehing of Dae Grub. Grub was one out away from a wohit spectacular when the Kettle Falls pitcher singled thronh the box for his squd's Lane base hit. Sparks wa left stranded at first base, :however, as rub struck out the net batter to record his tenth strikeout and end the game. The BLaekhawks, led by heavy hitting Monty JPearson, seared seven runs in the first three Lrmings to putt the contest out of ,reach. Parson, wlo has hit 10 for 17 in his last six games for an average of .588 over a two week period, collected a lme run, a d!ouble, and a single in f0uv official trips to pace the Cheney victory.. A pair of victories in their finial two league encounters would give the Bhckhawks a rc,stectable 8-4 record in the to,uh Northeast A High School league. e FOR RENT 1 bedroom house, stove, rcf. electric heat. $40.00. Phone 235-6518. m21 Furnished 1 bedroom apt. $45.00.3 miles from Chancy. Four Lakes Apartments, Four Lakes. m21p Next For Hawks Chen, ey will enter the North- east District track meet at East V, alley tomorrow, with first )a, ce winners qualifyin'g or the state meet at Ellen'sburg M, ay 28-29. The Bh.ckbawks firfished !hird in the six team county meet at Medical Lake last weekend. East Valley was first, i::}}owed by Liberty, Medical Lake, Chancy, Freeman and Deer Park. Cheney results: 100 yard dash--George Ras- enzweig, fourth. 440 yard run Sherman Guzman, second. 880 yard ruin,---Ken Secves, fiflh. Mile relay--Bob Bartlett, Mike Bennett, Dan Noel, Ro- enzweig, secured. Javelin -- Gordon Old,on, third. Dieus--Ol,son. fifth. F. B. DANSKIN Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S sALE State of Washingt(..n, County of Spo- kane.--as. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of See- kant CourHy, on the 17th day of May, 1965, by the Clerk thereof in the ease of LineIn First Federal.Savings and Loan Association, a corporation Plair tiff versus Everett I,. Rhoades anl Lila L. Rhoades, husband and wife; Arthur E. Florer as Trustee in Bankruptcy of the Estate of Everett Lee Rhoades and Lileth Imnra Rhoades, whose true name is Lila L. Rhoades, Bankrupts; and Anna Cressey, a widow Defendants 1o, 177- 912. amt 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 2rid day of July, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo-[ kar in Spokane Cour.ty, in the State[ I of Washington all the right, title and! interest of the abov named defendants I it* and to the follow ng descried real property, to.wit : Lot Severv (7) in Blk One Huml- ! red Ten (110) of Lincoln Heights. in] the City of Slmkane, County of SP[ kane ami State of Washingtor, aa per [ map thereof recorded in Book "'L"I of Plats, page 36, in the office of the county Auditor, with all the rents, issues and profits therefrom, anl all appurtermnces, fixtureS, attachmerts, tenements and hereditamehts belong- ing or apperainin thereto, teludmf all electrical, heating, cooling, ventl. lating, and plumbing fixtures an equipmert, hot water tanks and heat- ers, oil burners, stokers, all awn in.gs, door and window screens, win- dow shades, linoleum on the floors, refrigeratior, and other house set- vice equipment and t)'ees and shrubs and all substituth, an, renewals of the fbregoin, all of which it was aqetl was and should be a part of the real prope'ty subject to this nort- gage To satisfy a pudgmert |n"favor of Lincoln First Federal Savings and' Loan Association, a corporation and I against Everett L, Rhoades. anal Lfla L. I Rhoades ariel the commumty compo.sed t of them and each of them Amounting [ t, 'np Thousand Nine Hun<lred Twenty ] I."ivt',"a/,(t 24/100 ($9,925.24) dollars with [ iE,terest at 12 l)re-cent per annum from ] December 31. 1964 to date of sale and f $800.00 attorney's fees and $52.60 (in- [ eludes $26.00 title .charges) cost., and l s with interest on at , increased cost, torney's fees and eost at, 6% per an- num from May 17, 19lib to date of sale. [ Given un,der my hand this 19th day I of May, 1965. [ William J. Reilly, heriff  Jo-ce M Lane Deputy IF. B.Danin. pialntiff's Attorney (May 21.$une 11) F. B. DANSKIN ] Paulsen Bldg., Spekane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- k ane.---ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued f tho HOl Superior Court of Spo- ou o ........ kane Gounty, on the 17th day of May, ,c-  *h Clerk thereof in the ease *ah, y ,.e I" ' " of Lincolr First Fade al Sawngs and Imn Associatior, a corpration Plain- tiff versus Bobby P. Litchfield and Evelyn Litchfield, husband and wife; the unknown heirs of Bobhy Litch- ci n 'e deceased" the unkrmwn heirs e., 1. ' es .e .,.a.n Litchfield, if deceased; Jam r.-lc'arling and Florence Erma Mc- Farling husband and wife ; Frark Barth and El'isabeth L (Betty} Barth, hus- band and wife; 'alsollmiother per.sts " or parties unknown c ng any rig , title, estate, liar, or interest it. the real estate described in the complaint here- in DefendantS No. 177392, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby giVe,,that Iiellr Pr reed to sell to the g t b da cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 2nd day of July, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo- k " -t.*ne County" ir the State ane In ,p..- ' . ' o  xVashino-ton all the rig*k, tte and' ""- '"  "the' above named defendants Interest ox in and to the following described real property to-wit . T+ "Vhre /3) in Block ter (I0) in the City of po . , .... y o l.  "d Stae at Washington ; .... ' -en, ementS and heredtt&ments Pt" *i'2  atni.g' theto, anelal rentS, issues and profits there- -  ,, fixtures now or hereafter oi ann a -'. ..... used r eon,nection with attaclled I;o u. the premises hereir describe, and That portion of L.t,Lu(4t)hwmestSeard Block Ten (10) ly g Y f line drawn parallel wlth and 46 measured at right a r g . 7. -" " 'ine of st Lot Four (,4) ot easterly  to South East Addition Ross Park in the City of Spokane, County of Spo- sat y Oavings and Loar Asso- First. Federal o elation a corporatior and against Frank -. ' - l-'zabeth L. Barth husband artn ann n *. o ' -- .- *--^..nting t Eight Thonsand arm wne .*'-FortY Five ar*d 27/-00 One Hunure * - ($,145.27) dollars wsth interest at 4/z annum from January 1 1964 per cen per . ^ ^ ' , o ,late of sale ann ,,u.vu attorrrey s - - , . e o (includes $26.00 title charges) costs and increased costs, wth interest on attorneY'S fes arl et at 6q per annum from May 17, 1965 to date of sale. Give under my hand, this 19th day CHENEY VIKINGS DIVI DE GAM ES Cimney Vikings won thei second softball game against the Windsor Wildcats, com- ing out on top 12-8. Four home runs were hit by the Cheney team, including a grnd slam blov by Ga,ry Able- man. Others were ,hit by Casey H, anra, lmn, Leon M,ari'n and Bill Crabb. The Vikings scored 6 runs in the first inningl in the sec- omt, 3 in the fourth and 2 in the fifth. The Vikings lost their ame PAUL F. SCHEDLER | 50 Radie Central Bldg., Snokane, Wn. ] NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 79281 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtot in and for the Gounty of Spokane. In the Matter o fthe Estate of H. G. CORDES, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appoint(-I .Administra- tor with the Will Armexed of the above estate in this Court and ias qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said decaesed are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouch- ors upon the uhdersigned at 715 West Spragae Avenue, Spokane, Washingtcm or upor Paul l*'. Sehedler, the attorney of record at his office at 509-512 Radio Central Building, Spokane, Wash. ington and file such claim with )roof of such service iD the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, 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 21st day of May, 1965. Wmshingtm Trust Batik Administra- tor with the Will Annexed of the above estate. Paul F. Sched]er Attorney 509-512 Radio Central Building. , Spokane, Washingto 99204 last week, dropp'mg a 7-2 decis- ion to Sunset. C'heney sored its run in the ',first i .truing, but Surset led all the way. Neith- er tem managed a home run. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Churchwell ,are visiting at Rifle, Colo., with their san arid daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Ohurchwel Jr., who are parents of a daughter bovr May 2. The bab.y weighed 6 pounds and 14 ourrces. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our kind friends arid neighbors for their words of sympathy, beautiful ftarM offerings and contribu- tions to the Inemorial fund in the passing of ore" bel,ved ,h,u,s. band, father and grandather. TOWN OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS CALL FOR BIDS The Courcil of the Town of Airway Heights will receive bids for the in- stallation of a 6" water main and ap- purtenance in the Town of Airway HeightS as follows: Beirmirg in the alley between 13th and 14th Avenues at Lundstrom Street;thence to Loftier Street; thence north to the north side of ]3th; thence west to the east side of Craig Road; thence north to the south side of Rainbow Trailer Park ; thence east to Union with 4" mair* at Loffler. Pipe, hydrants, valves and fit- tings will be furnished by owner. Cor tractor will do all necessary work and furnish n, eeessary equipment for exca- ratters, laying of pipe, making con- nections to main atd to 14 users, intall- ing of fire hydrant, and backfilling. Bid- ders are rluired to examine carefully the sit of the work and make all neeessary investigations to inform them- selves of any difficulties that may be eneountercd in the executior of the Work. Bidders shall quote a lump sum con- tract price less state sales tax. Two (May 21-June 4) },ida are requested; one for installatior, .......................... of steel pipe in nominal 40 feet see- Davis, Trezona. Chastek & Lorenz ticns and one for asbestos-cemen pres- 't02 Fidc Ity Bldg., Spokane, Vtasit. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 78117 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of CARRIE H. CARPENTER, deceased. State of Washington, County of SI>- kane.---s. Notice is hereby given that the Old National Bank of Washington, the Ex- ecutor of the abcve esBtate, has rendered an,d preset*ted for settlement to and filed in the Superior Court of Sla- kane County, State of Wash., its final account as such Executor and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said estate, dtributa the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same ad discharge the said Executor and that Wedr, esday, the 16th day of June, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a, m. at the court room of or said Superior Gourt, in the City of Spo- kane, in said Spokane County, has beer* duly fixed for the hearing and settlement ot said Final Account and Petition fur Distribution, at which time and place auy person in.erestad ia said estate may appear and file hls exeept/0ns in writing thereto and eontes the asme. Dated this 19th day of blay, 1965. Dated this 19th day of February, 1965: Co. E. Fallqnist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By J. R. Fallquist, Deputy (May 21-June 4) TOWN OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Coun- cil of the Town of Airway Heights pre Ix, sea to purchase and will receive bids for the purchase of the followin equip- ent : PIPE: 3120 ft. 6 inch O, D., 12 gauge, black steel pipe in 40 foot section, with "O" ring ends. Coal tar enamel coat- ing inside and out aml wrapped w/Dura- nmt fiberglass outer wrap in aecordan('e with the latest A. W. W. A. specifica- tion C201 and C203-62. FITfrINGS: All fittings shall be 10 gauge and coated with coal tar enamel iside and out in areordarce wih A. W. V. A. C201 and C203-62. One only 6 inch O. D. X 4 inch O. D. dain end X laln end reducer Two oly 6 inch O. D. tees, plain end X plain end X 125 lb. flanged outlet Four only 6 inch O. D. 90 elbows ,]afn end X plair end. AIternat To The Abeve: Pipe: 3120 ft. 6 inch (Nomidl) class 150 Asbestos-cement pressure pipe com- plete with one factory applied coupling ler length of pipe, complying to A, W. W. A. Standards C40064T FITTINGS: All fittings shall be equal or similar to, fittings as marmfactured by The Independent Fittirg Company of Portland, Oregon. Two orly 6 inch hub X flange tees. Four oly 6 inch 90 Elbows. One only .6 inch hub X 4 inch O, D. spigot adapter. All material covered in this bid is to be of Domestic manufacture. To be bid F. O. B. tck, Airway Heights, Washirgton. All bids are to clearly state the frames of the pipe marmfactorers nnd coatings applicator. Delivery to be made within 30 days after award. i All bids must be in writing and i the hands of the City Clerk on or be- fore the Ist day of June, 196 at 7:00 o'clock p. m. when said bids will he opened i the Council Chamber of the City Hall, Airway Heights, Washington. The Council reserves the right to re- .ject any and all bids. By order of the Concil of the Town of Airway Heights, this 10th day of May, 1965. Valerie Smith, City Clerk. (May 21-28) sure pipe in nominal 13 foot lengths. The bidder must comply with all laws of the State of V'ashingtor and all applicable ordinances and regulations of the Town of Airway Iteights. TM Each proposal must be accompanied by a bid bond or certified check ir an amount not less than 5% of the bid rice The successful bidder shall exe- cute a contract performance bond ir ar amount equal to 100% of the con- tract price. All bids must be i writng and in the hands of the City Clerk on or before June l, 1965, at 7 o'clock p. m. when sfiid bids will be opened in the Couneil Chambers of the City Hall, Airway tIeights. Wa.shingto. The Council reser'es the right to re- ject any and all bids. By Order of the Council of tim Town of Airway Heights, this lth day of ay. 196. Valere Smith, C'erk (May 21-28) GORDON CORNEI,IUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spek#me, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.,- -as. By virtue of an Order of Sale isaued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County. on the 6th day of May, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, ir the ease of John Evanoff Plaintiff versus Jessie M. Fitzpatrick and Ida T. Holquist, Defendan No. 178089, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. l'otice is hereby given, that I will )reread 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 251h day of June, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokan County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants i and to the following described real t,roperty, to-wit : The east half of that, portion of the west half of southwest quarter of northwest quarter of Section 27Town- ship 25, North, Range 43, E. W. M., i the City of Spokane, Spokane Coun- ty, Washington, lying southerly of Mount Vernon Second Addition and Bogart Addition To satisfy a judgment in favor of John Evanoff and against Jessie M. Fitzpatrick Amounting to Three Thousand and no/100 ($3,000.00) dollars and $260.00 attorney's fees and $46.50 (which includes title reort) costs and increased costs, with in?cerest on attorney's fees and costs at 6% per annum from May 6, 1965 to date Of[ ale. Giver* under my hand, this 17th day[ of May, 1965. I Willlam J. Reilly, Sheriff [ By Joyce M. Lane Deputy J Gordor E. Cornelius, Plaintiff's Attorney I (May 21-June 11) I Mrs. Morris Ray Slovens Mrs. Claude Murray and family Morris Ralph Shvens arm fam- ily Mrs. John Treadway and fam- ily. m21 GORDON & RIPPLE West 24 Indiana, Spokane 17, Wash NOTICE TO CREDITORS ]No. r9265 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Ir the Matter of the Estate of VIOLET LEOLIN, E WUNSCH, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the bove estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havirg- claims against said de- ceased are required to ser-e claims, duly verified, with neceasary vouchers, upon the undersigned at W. 24 Indiana Spo- kane. Washigtor or upon Gordon & Ripple the attorneys of record at their office at W, 24 Indiana, Spo- kane, Washingtor. and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publicaticm of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 21st da of May, I965. Herbert G., Wunsch Executor of the above estate. Gordon & Ripple Attorneys W. 24 Indiarm, Spokane. Wash. (May 21-June 4) SHARPE, TWIGG & BENNETT W. 1115 Broadway, Spekane 1, Wash.,. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9310 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of STELLA HUGHBANKS, detained. Ntiee is hereby given that the undero signed has boer 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, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at W. 1115 Broadway Ave- nue, Spokane, Washington or upor Rob- err W. Twigg the attorney of record at his office at W. 1115 Broadway Ave- nue, 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 Spokane0 Wash- ington, within six mor*tha after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 2tat day of May, 1965. Zellda C. Thistle Executrix of the above estate. Robert W. Twigg Attorney W. 1115 Broadway Ave., Spokane, "W. (May 21-June 4) MERRITT JOHNSON Cheney, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITOR No. 79304 In the Superior Court of the State ot Washington for the County Of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of KATHERINE S. GRAFIOUS, deceased. 10tice is hereby given 'that the under. signed have been appointed Executors of the above estate in this court and have qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons havin elalm ag|nst mid de- ceased are required to eerve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upo the undersigned at 318 1st Street, Cheney, Washington or upon Merrltt A. Johnson the attorney of record at his office at 318 1st Street, (eney, Wash.. and file such claim with proof of reich erviee in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- kane, Washington, witht six mortha after the first publication of this no- tice or they will be forever barred. Data of the first publication of this notice is 21st day of May, 196G. Louis V. Grnfious and Arthur D. Grafious Executors of the above estate. Merritt A. Johnson, Attorney 318 First S%reet, Chancy, Wash. 99004 (May 21-June 4) ] Used "rv's FOR SALE OR RENT $25 AND UP SERVICE CALLS ........ 1.50 SEE Jim's TV Service Prom 8a.m.-Sp.m. FIRST ST., CHENEY ACROSS PROM BROWN & HOLTER PHONe 235-4135 ..... You can relax when you're covered by Vic r Wi I son/U000000:00n ce I I I I I MAY IS Sa[ely-eheek MONTH00. Get your car in shape for summer driving during this month; Ratcliffe's have a Safety-Check Special. Bring your car in for a FREE ESTIMATE on needed for vacations. May repa,rs summer William J Reilly, heriff Ford F ]3Y]Ye]in 'Pl|ntiff's Attrney' " May 21une 11) llatcli[[e sUZUKI ARE C O M I N G ! Cheney, Wash.