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Friday, May 28, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page Ed Doten REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE -- 235-4050 6-YEAR-OLD NEW 3 bedrooms, corner lot, 2 fireplaces, Full basement, 11/fi Bui&apos;lt - in range & oven, base- Washer & dryer,, refriger- star. Beautiful tiled bath. carport. FHA $600.00 down plus loan costs. HOME s; 3rd in base- Ed Doten Real Estate cgma%rtable. 424 1st St. 235-4050 Your Home Now! almost new, appraised at $13,725.00, l,n costs. daylight basement $15,500.00. excellent, FHA appraised $19,275.00. and slop, 2 lots, $11,950. (New) small home buy FHA. 2-cr garage $7,850.00. /2 Lots $9,500.00. .heat $8,950. $7,500.00. DO. Payments  Easy monthly payments CALL FOR INFORMATION sites, also arrange custom building. financing available for building. Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CHENEY, WASH. tirade. CALL 235-4778 ___1 typing l.per. 500 shce 8 x 11 practice only 96c a The Free office, j29tfx RUBBER STAMPS of all kinds may be ordered a The Free Press. Fast service, jlStf FOR RENT Three room a, partment, ap- staLrs, fm'nihed. Redutcl ,ra to point renter. Ref- ererme required. 124 Second St., 235-6544. m7tf Tnodern $9,500, terms. aPtf orhn Realty FA 8-4004 m7tf this m7tf Phone Condi- station $525. Hardtop, sac- storm Pups for Write ., 908 Wash- r00z00j18 Two ,on.bedroom apartments completely urnhed plu: cpet. Avai'hble or summer sehrO01. One M,ek from Col- lege. 423 Cedar St., phone 235- 6318 or write Ted Ham ,Rt. 2, Rex t, Cheney. m21tf i.',' Studio apartment, 228 West 5h St. 235-6863. 23tf Furmshed 1 bedroom pt. $45.00.  miles fTom Cheney. Four Lakes Apartments, Four iLakes, m21p To bedroom, farnk'shed du- pMx. 3-bedroom furnished cottage, close to calee. New 2-bedroom duplex, w/w car- pets, aI1 appliarmes. Thgs. Mt- ney, phene 235-4747. m28f Country living -- ranch ype three-bedrooms, plus anly room. Electric heat, beautiful view. 4 miles from Cheney, on sol, eel bus oute. $80.00 per month. Call 235-6561. m28p r WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Cohere ' NEWS BRIEFS Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Eustis, Berkeley, Calif., are spending this week with friends in C,he- hey. They are house guests of Mrs. D. G. Jeruc. Sunday they wer luncheon guestse of Miss Cecil Dryden at the EWSC din- ins hall. Sunfiay evening Mrs. Graver Chambers entertained at droner for them. Monday Mr. anld Mrs. W. S. Bernard and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roos gave :a dinner in their honor Monday afternoon a coffee h.ur was held at Mrs. Jerue's home. Man.y old friends end neighbors dropped in. Tuesday Mr.. and Mrs. W. R. Berrmrd entertained with a dinner par- ty. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Eu,stis went to Coeur d'/Eene to visit with her brother end :family. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Eustis are spending the weekend in Puff- man, where they will take part in the graduation exercises. Mr. Eustis will be honored as one of the G01d:en Grads of WSU. Elmer Luiten spent a day last week in Kennewick attend-i ing the mana,ger's meeting of i the Northwest Pacific Grain Growers Ass'n. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jen- sen entertained with a bLrth- day dirmcr on Sunday to cele- brate the birthday o,f their son, Robert Jensen. Other present were Mrs. Robert Jensen, Dav- id and Lori of Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pendell returned last week after spend- ing the weekend on the Coast. They attended meetings in Se- ettle, visited the Emma P. Chadwick Nursing Home, a project of the Eastern Star lodge at Bothetl. Mrs. Mile BaH, who sustained a broken knee in ,a fail in Spo- kane recently, is recuperating i at the home ,of her daughter, Mrs. Harry King, Spokarm Val- ley, after spending a week in Deaconess hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bhckshaw entertained as dinner guests: I.a,st week Mrs. l%ay Hartlng of Y, akima .and her daughter, Mrs. Ward Livirgston. The Rlack- shaws' daughter, Rut'h, spent the weekend ,here with her par- ents from ,her ehsses at Vhit- worth. Mrs. George Fisher is leav- ing Satutay f0r Favo, N. D. to visit .her mother, Mrs. Patti Burton. Mr. ,and Mrs. Sam Branten returned over te weekend after spetdin, g a few weels at their former ,home in Sasltat- chewan Province in Canada. Din'r guests o Mr. nd Mrs. Sm Bracken Tlmday evenirg were Mr. and Mrs. P. A., Billebaeh, Mrs Della .Grant and Mrs. M. R. Slavers .and Mrs. C. C Murray of Phoenix, Ariz. OMlers on Mrs. Slavens at the Bil'lesbach 'home were Mrs. Carles Salt and daugh- ters, Mrs. Dan Bahm tEsta , Lee) and her daughter', Hea- i ther, ,of Spokane .anti Mrs. Rhard Ch(arles (Patti l%ae) of Cheney. Mrs. M. R. Slavens was a lun,cheon guest of Mr. and Mrs. 5o'hn Banks Wednesday. Miss CARD OF THANKS We wish to express oux ap- preciation to our many friends for attending our 60th wed- ding anniversary open house on ay 16th, also for the many lovely cards. Mr. and Mrs. C. Frank Johnson m28 Phone BE 5-4400. tf CARD OF THANKS SPECIAL We wish to express our sin- cere than and appreciati<m Grade and High School stu- to out many friends wire were dents---Did you Imve a ohoto- so lnd' to us during our re- graph taken t hru  school ic- ent bereavement, and aso for ture-taking program? We will the beautiful floral fferings. make 20 w ailet size photos of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Su'Itr the ,me picture for oy 99c. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Byers, Jr., Cheney Drug. (Offer over June ,a'rd amily. m28 6, 1965). m21-28 For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no lon need or use. Help Us To The Poor. For pickups call 5-6814. jlStf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney j19tf TEACHERS  Enjoyable and comfortable summer work. Gumumteed me and other benefits. Call Mrs. Hanson, MA 4-0689, Spokane. m8-j4 See us for quality cu0n build- ing. Ed Don Real Estate 424 1st St., 2354050. a30tf TO GIVE AWAY Gen'tle, long,hired kitter, free., Stephen McNNr, 616 Vilard St. m28p LOST Reva,rd- for school books formal on Medical Lake-Four Lakes r0d, 5-22-65. Sh'a.o Tucker, Cheney Drug. m28p TAKE BUSINESS TRIP Clarence (Skirmy) Davis and Slim (Tal Timber) Pine went to Spokane Wedrmsday o,n a business trip. They hrd a sand- with and a glass af milk at the Skylark. ENa Weissmiller, who had son in law and dughter, Mr. been ,a house guest of the [ a.rd Mrs. Ll, oyd Rainwater. Banks, left for her ,home in I Mr. arid Mrs. Jack Kapp .and Bel'levue tater that day. ]children h,ave as a house guest Mrs. G. T. Frost attended]her mather, Mrs. Katherine O1- i'uneral services Monday at ] son, Bellingham. On Sunday Odessa for a cousfn, Miss San-!other guests were Rev. 'and dra Floether, 20-year-old Mrs. Edwin Kright from R0- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Floether. Besides her parents, two brothers .and a sister sur- vive. Burial was in the Lind cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Jos are visiting in Oakland, Calif., with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs Lester JoHes and three children. En route they stop- ped in Porth,nd to visit their! salia. The Cheney Community Church is undergoing exten- sive additions, with a new plat- form across the front .of the sanctuary, a new pastor's study, the front yard land- scaped and a spat liglt to light the big outd, o0r cross. Rev. and Mrs. Gene Rs .and members are dying the work. Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard Oil Produds SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY You can relax when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance ORDINANCE NO. F-51 Wester Credit Adjustment Company, a corporation Defendants No. 178005, An Ordinence vacating that portion and to me, as Sheriff, directed and of Hemlock Street it, Cal]away's Ad- delivered. dition to Callaway's Addition to Cheney Notice is hereby given, that I will ir Spokane Cunty, State of Washiton, proceed to sell to the highest bidder for from the northwesterly line of ourth cash, within the hours prescribed by Street in said addition to the south- law for Sheriff's Sales, to wit: At ten easterly line of the alleys i Blocks 29 o'clock a. m. on the 2st day of July, and 34 in said addition; and from the 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spokav, e rmrthwesterly line of the alleys in said in Spokane County, in the State of Blocks 29 aud 34 to the .outheasteriy Washington, all the right, title and line of Fifih Street in said Addiiion ir*terest of the above named deferlants re.rving certain easements to the City in and to the following described real of Cheney, an<l providing for the ef- property, to-wit: festive date thereof. The south half of Lots Eleven (11) WtIEREAS, a petition has been filed and Twleve (12), Block Two (2), with the City Clerk of the City of Che- Manila Heights, according to plat ney by the owners of all of the proper- reeorded ir volume "K" of plats, lge ty abutting on those portions of Hem- 40, in the City of Spokare, Spokane lock Street in Callaway's Addition to County, Washington To sa%isfy a Callaway's Addition to the City of Che- judgment in favor of The First :National ney, described below, and Ban& of Nashwauk, a eerporation and WHEREAS, a public hearir was held m rein against Lawrence R. LaPlante; in accordance with Resolution No. C-174, et u.x; et al Amounting to Seven Thous- adopted by the City Oouncl o April amt Two Hundred Twerty Six and 27, 1965, said hearing having been 66/100 ($7 226.66) dollars ($7,267.32) held o the 25th day of May, 1965, and less $40.66), with inerest at /i notices of said hearing having been per cert per annum from De- given as required by law. and comber 1, 1964 to date of judgment, WHEREAS, at said public hearing no interest at 6% per annm from date of objections to the vacatior* of said per- judgment to date of sale, and $535.00 tior, s of Hemlock Street were filed by attorney's fees and $29.50 costs and in- any person or persons, and the City creased costs of $26.00 title expense, Council having grated said petition with in&eerst on attorney's fees anal in part, ow, therefore costs at 6% per annum from May 20, The City Council of the City of Che- 1964 to date of sale. hey Do Ordain As Follows: Given under my hand, this 25th day Section 1 of May, 1965. Those portions of Hemlock Street in William J. Rillye, Sheriff Cailaway's Addition to Callaway's Ad- By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy dittos* to the City of Cheney, Spokane Joseph Nappi, Plair, tiff's Attorney County, State of Washingtor, lying be- (May 28-June 18) tween the northwesterly line of Fourth Street in said Additio and the south- CULLEN. CAMPBELL & ELKINS easterly lins of the alleys in Blocks 417 Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, W. 9901 29 and 34 in said Addition: and from the northwesterly lires of the alleys SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION in said Blocks 29 and 34 to the south- No. 178160 easterly lirm of Fifth Street in aid In the Superior Court of the State of Addition, be and the same are hereby Washington in ad for the County of vacated and the same shall o longer Spokane. be a part of the street and alley GEORGE FRANKLIN BARBER, Plain- system of the City of Cheney. tiff vs. MARYAN'N,E D. BARBER, Section 2 fendant. The City of Cheney reserves a per- To the said Maryanne D. Barber: )etual easement over and across those You are hereby summoned to alpear portior, s of the street hereby vacated within sixty (60) days after the date for the purpose of erecting pole lines of the first publicatior* of this aura- for an electrical distributlng system arid mane, to-wit, within sixty (60) days for the laying of water and sewer after the 21st day of May, 1965, and de- !and further the City reserves the right fend the above-entitled atcior in the to grant utility franchises over and above entitled court, and arwer the across said portions of said street and complaint of the plaintiff, George Frank- the City also reserve the right to g lin Barber, and serve a copy nf your upon said perilous of said vacated upon the undersigned attorne at any time for the purpose of repair- for the plaintiff at their office below ig any electrical wires, sewer or water stated, and in case of your failure to mains or c4her utilities, do so, Judgment will be rendered Section 3 against you according to the demand This Ordinance halt be in full force of the Complairt; which has been filed and effect five days after its passage, with the Clerk of said Court. approval and publicatiom The object and purpose of this aetior Introduced, adopted by the City Coun- is to obtain for the plaintiff, George oil and approved by the Mayor this 25th Franklin Barber, an absolute Decree day of May, 1965. of Divorce from the defendart, Maryane SPRAY SERVICE TREE & SHRUB SPRAYING EACH SPRAYING ............................. $10.00 WEED CONTROL- DANDELION, PLANTAIN, THISTLE ...................... $8.00 JAPANESE CLOVER, CHICKWEED (includes Broa00eaf Weeds) ............. $14.00 FERTILIZER, LAWN TREES SHRUBS AND FLOWERS ............... $10.00 Bestway Spray Service 3921 E. 21ST. AVE., SPOKANE, WASHINGTON , CLAIR G. REID (CALL COLLECT) KE 5.2183 (m21-j 11p) ! i 235-6843 Stands For F A S T Pick-up and Delivery ACCURATE Electronic Tune-ups EXPERT Wheel-Balancing And Standard Oil Products And Chevron Gasolines I I I I III III I I I CO NG RATU LATI ONS ! Graduating Seniors REMEMBER THOSE SPECIAL TERMS GIVEN TO GRADUATING SENIORS AT Ratc00iffe Ford, Cheney Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt A. Johnson, City Attorney (May 28, 1965) ORDINANCE NO. F-52 An OrdinaP.ce vacating hemlock Street in Callaway's Addition to Callaway's Additior to the City of Cheney, Spokane County, Washirrton, from the north- westerly line of Fifth Street to the southeasterly llne of the alleys in Blocks 30 and 33 of said addition; and from the northwesterly line of the al- leys in said Blocks 30 and 33 to the southeeasterly line of Sixth Street; and from the northwesterly line of Sixth Street to the southeasterly line of the alleys ir Blocks 31 and 82 of said addition; and from the northwesterly line of the alleys i said Blocks 31 and 32 to the southeasterly line of Seventh Street; reserving certain easements to the City of Cheney, and providing for the effective date thereof. WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Cheney, Washingtor*, by its Res- olution C-175, adopted April 27, 1965, resolved that it would be iw the best tnerests of the City of Cheney, that the below described portion of Hem- lock Street in Callaway's Addition to Callaway's Addition to the City of Che- ney, Spokane County, State of Wash- trenton, be vacated, and WHEREAS, pursuant to notice there- of given as required by statute, a pub- lic hearing was held in accordance with said resoh*tion, said hesxing havin been held on the 25th day of May, 1965 and WHEREAS, at said public hearing n( objection to the vacatio of said por- tions of Hemlock Street was filed by any person or persons, rmw, therefore The City Council of the City of Che- hey Do Ordain As Follows: Section 1 The following portions of Hemloek Street in Callaway's Addition to Oalla- way's Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County, State of Washington, are hereby vacated and shall no longer be a part of the street and alley sys- tem of the City of Ceney: i Hemlock Street in said Addition from the northwestdrly line of Fifth Street i to the southeasterly line of the aileys l in Blocks 30 and 33 of aald addition;i m and from the northwesterly liv, e of the alleys in said Blocks 30 and 33 to the, southeasterly line of Sixth Street: and from the northwesterly line of Sixth Street to the southeasterly line of the alleys in Blocks 31 and 32 of said addition: and from the northwesterly line of the alleys in said Blocks 31 and 32 to the southeasterly line of Seventh Street. Section 2 The City of Cheney reserves a per- petual easement over and across those portions of said street vacated for the purpose of erecting pole lives for an electrical distributing system and for the laying of water and sewer rnais, and reserves to the City of Cheney the right to grant utility franchises over and across said portions of said street and reserves to the City of Chene the right to go upc said portio of said street at any time for the purpose of repairing any electrical wires, sewer or water mains or other utilities, Section $ This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days after its passage, approval and publicatio IrAreduced, adopted by the City Coun- cil and approved by the Mayor thls 25th day of May, 1966. Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Foss. City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt A. Johnson. City Attorney (May 28, 1965) Randall. Dansktn. Lundin & Aliien 440 Lincoln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No, 5068 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane, In the Matter of the Estate of BLANCHE E. RICHARDSON. deceased. State of Vasbin.gton, County of Spoo kane.--. Notice is hereby given that the Spo- kane & Eastern Branch of the Seattle- First National Bank, Executor of the above estate, as rendered and pseseted for settlement to, and filed in the Su- perior Court of Spokane County, state of Washington its final account as such Executor and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate in which the Court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persona entitled to the same. and discharge the said Executor, and that Monday, the 28th day of June, 1965, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokar, e, in* said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Finnl Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time and place any person interested ir said estate may appear anrl file his ex- ceptions ir writing thereto am] contest the ame. Dated this 25th day of May, 1965. Gee. E. Fallquist. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By R. F, McCorkle Deputy (May 28-June 11) JOSEPH NAPPI 509 Radio Central Bldg. Spokane, Wash. SIIERIFF,S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- ken e.. -- ss, By virtue of au Order of Sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spokane County, on the 20th day of May, 1965. by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of The First National Bank of Nasl wauk, a corlratio Plaintiff versus Lawrence R. LaPlante and Elda M, La- Plants. husband and wife, Arthur E. Florer. Trustee in Bankruptcy; and D. Barber, upon the grounds that George Franklin Barber and Maryanne D. Bar- ber have lived separate and apart for several months consecutively prior to the institution of this action. Cullen, Campbell & FAkins /s/ C. Edwin Elkirs Attorneys for Plaintiff 417 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (May 21ur 2) HAROLD J. TRIESCH G09-51 Radio Central Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATB 1. 8040 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the nty of Spokane. In the Matter of the tate of THERESA MARY SCHAAF, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.---e. Notice is hereby glve that Angeline E. Schaaf, the Executrix of the above es- tate has rendered and ]presented for set. tlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokare County, State Of Wash- ington her Final Accoun as such Ex- ecutrix and a petitio for the distribu- tion of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute it he property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Executrix, and that Thursday, the 24th day of June, 1965, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court, t the City of Spokane, i said Spokane Court%y, has been duly fixed for the hearin and settlement of said Accmnt, at which time and place any person Interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in Writ- in thereto and contest the same. Dated this 24th dry of May, 1965. Gee. E. Failquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By Harry Heinsen, Deputy (May 28-June 11) McKevitt. Snyder & Thomas 711 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wuh. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 178216 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. ALMA JUNE McGEE, Plaintiff vs. JOHN B. McGEE, Defendant. The State of Washington to the above named defendant: John B. McGee. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entttled court withi sixty days after the date of the first publi- cation of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after May 28, 1965, and de- end the above entitled actio in the court aforesaid, and answer the com- plaint of the plaintiff herein, and serve a COpy of your answer upm the under- signed attorneys for said plaintiff at their office lmlow stated, and in cane of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you aeem'dinf to the demand of the said complaint which has been filed with the clerk of sald court. The object and purpose of this action is to obtain a decree of divorce in favor of plaitiff against the above named defendart upon the ground of cruel and inhuman trsatment, reorder- ing life burdensome to such an extent that it is no longer polble for the arties to live re.ether. McKevltt, Snyder & Thomas By Joseph L. Thomas Attorneys for Plaintiff P. O. Address: 711 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washingte 99201 (May 28-July 2) JOSEPH NAPPI $01 Radio Central Blag, Spokane SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 178106 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. The First National Bank of Paxkers Prairie, a corporatlor.. Plaintiff, vs. Richard E. Luders and Angalene F. Luders, husband and wife, Defendants. The State of Waahingto To: Richard E. Luders, Defendant: You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court within 60 days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within 60 days after the 28th day of May, 1965, and defend the above el)titled action in the court aforesaid, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, and srve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorney at his address below stated ; and in case of our failure so to do, udgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the Complaint, which has bee filed with the Clerk of said Court. That the cause of action herein set Forth is to foreclose a certain mortgage executed by Richard E. Imders and Angalene F. Luders, husband and wife. to J. L. Cooper & Co.. and thereafter sasigned to the plaintiff, which mort- gage is recorded in Volume 1034 of Mortgages, pake 279, Document No. 984071B, records of the Spokane County Auditor, and is upon the following de- scribed lrOlPerty : The East 40 feet of Lot 9 ir Block 1 of First Addition To Bentley's Ad- dition, as per plat thereof l, ecorded in Volume "L" of Plats, pae 27; sit- uate in the City and O)unty of Spo- kane, Washington. Together with a easement for driveway purposes over the East 5 feet 2 inches of the West 10 feet of the South 90 feet 2 inches of said Lot 9 : situate in the City and C)unty of Spokane, Washingh.n; it is the fm'ther object of said action to bar the defendants of all right, title. lien or estate in and to said premises, except the rt;ht of redemption, ant to sell said property at Sheriff's Sale it* the manner provided by law. Joseph Nappi, of Attorneys for Plaintiff P. O. Address: 509-512 Radio Central Bldg. Spokane, Washingtor Date of first pnblleation: May 28, 965, (May 28-July 2)