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Page 14 Cheney Free Press Thursday, June 3, 1982 :Fish Report Boat registration challenge Thomas and Bernice Myers of Myers&apos; Resort on Fish Lake lost their court challenge of the recently imposed Spokane County Boat Registration law when Judge John Ripple of Spokane Superior Court ruled in favor of the ordinance. Myers claimed that the ordinance was scaring away business coming into the area; however, the judge ruled that the ordinance was legitimate in to objective of public health and safety. Money raised through the sale of beat registration will go toward the county's beat safety program. Spokane County officials note that Spokane County stickers now will be honored, as well, in other counties with similar laws, as will stickers from the other counties in Spokane County. The next stop for the Myers will be a preliminary injunction against the law, if they wish to pursue the matter further. Couple saved On May 22, Eastern Washington University Education Professor Robert Morrow and his fishing partner, Ron Rockwood, helped to rescue an elderly couple who capsized their beat on West Medical Lake. Morrow noted that the couple was trolling at the time of the incident. When the lady was having trouble landing a fish, her husband went to the back of their small alumi- num beat to help her. When water started coming over the side of the boat, he reportedly jumped in, hoping the boat would stay afloat with his wife. However, both fell into the water. Morrow noted that neither the man nor the woman were wearing life jackets and that the woman's heavy, water-soaked jacket soon exhausted her. With her husband pushing from the water and with Morrow and Rockwoed pulling, she was inched into Morrow's larger craft. "We weren't the closest beat," said Morrow, reporting that his boat was the only one which came to the aid of the couple. Water temperature at the time was a chilling 58 degrees. Upon taking the couple back to the public beat landing, Morrow gave the couple a thermos of coffee. The couple then left for their home, which they said was 15 minutes away. Morrow said he did not get their names. Conservation Licenses If you plan to go water skiing, beating or hiking on lands maintained by the State Game Department, you should remember to take along a valid hunt- ing, fishing or trapping license. If you don't have one of those licenses you should obtain a Conservation License decal for your vehicle. According to a little-known state law passed by the recent legislature, all users of Game Department lands may be required to furnish proof that they have paid some fee which supports the maintenance of these facilities. Examples of non-consumptive uses" include beating, water skiing, hiking, wildlife viewing and many other activi- ties that can create major litter, traffic and noise problems which, in many cases have led to the temporary closure of these areas. "We believe it is the spirit of fair play to require all persons who benefit from the use of these resources to share the costs to maintain, acquire and improve them," said Dave Schultz, assistant chief of wildlife enforcement. The Conservation License is a decal intended for display on the rear window of a car or truck. Failure to display the decal is a misdemeanor and game agents can issue citations on the spot to any persons they contact. "People who possess a valid hunting, fishing or trapping license won't need the decal since their license serves as a conservation license," Schultz said. Public Notices Stream Opener With the opening of the rtreams and beaver ponds to angling on Saturday, many anglers will be got a fresh case of fishing fever and headed for their favorite fishing hole. The three-day weekend drew hundreds of thousands of fishing fans to areas a little farther from home than usual. In addition to the waters opening up, many lakes are still offering plenty of opportunities to catch trout or delect- able spinyray species such as bass, perch and crappie. Lots of trout remain in Spokane-area lakes, with Silver Lake producing nearly five fish per red. Limits of rainbow are reported in about two hours. West Medical trout are running about one pound each, so anglers have to watch the weight limit. Sacheen Lake in Pend Oreille County is turning out eastern brook and rain- bow to 14 inches, while Diamond Lake is also producing rainbows. In Ferry County, Curlew Lake is starting to produce bass in addition to some big rainbows and Swan Lake is a good bet for eastern brook. Spokane regional fish biologist John Hisata reports there's quite a bit of activity on Long Lake and the Spokane River for perch and crappie fishing, while the Snake River is producing some nice smallmouth bass and chan- nel catfish. Moses Lake has been producing two to three trout per red for anglers trolling south of the state park, and spinyray fishing is picking up at the Bill Zook also reports kokanee fishing is 'Potholes Reservoir. Regional Biologist picking up at Banks Lake. The Free Press specializes in publishing public notices, giving special and detailed service so that full requirements of publication laws are complied with. Cheney Free Press- 235-6184 / 747-7395 Spokane Office Betty Patton N. 4108 Hawthorne, Spokane Phone 327.9759 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82400582-9 SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHING- TON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the Matter of the Estate of ELMER OASEN, Deceased. Notice is given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of this estate. Per- sons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same, duly verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address stated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with proof of such service, within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of filing of a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the Court, whichever is later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions of R.C.W. 11.40.011 DATE of first publication: June 3, 1982. MYRON E. KRUMM Personal Representative S. 421 Division Spokane, Washington 90204 LEONARD F. JANSEN Attorney for Estate LAYMAN, MULLIN & ETTER, Attorneys 650 Lincoln Building--Box 124 Spokane, Wcshington 99210 (509) 455-9770 June 3 - June 17, 1982 NOTICE OF ACTION BY THE SPOKANE COUNTY HEARING EXAMINER COMMITTEE County File #ZW-137-81, Sec. 7, R'ge 23, T'sh'p 42. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 43.21C RCW, notice is hereby given that the Spokane County Hearing Examiner Commit- tee did on May 13, 1982 take the action described below. Any action to set aside, enjoin, review or otherwise challenge such action on the grounds of non-compliance with the provisions of chapter 43.21C RCW. (State Environmental Policy Act), shall be commenced on June 10, 1982, or be barred. The action token by the Spokane County Hearing Examiner Committee, notice of which is hereby given, was as follows: (1) Approved action: Zone Reclassifica- tion Request, County File #ZE-137-82. (2) Description: Agricultural to Restricted Industrial of 39 acres. (3) Such action pertained to property commonly known as and/or described as: Generally located southeast and adjacent to the City of Chenev parallel to the Northern Pacific Railroad between the Cheney- Marshall Rd. and Betz Rd. (4) Pertinent documents may be ex- amined during normal county business hours at the Spokane County Planning Department, N. 721 Jefferson Street, Spokane, Washing- ton, 99260, Phone: (509) 456-2205. Notice given by: Pal Whitehill and Walt Powers Filed by: Jim Johnson, Agent June 3-10, 1982 NOTICE OF ACTION BY THE SPOKANE COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS County File #ZW-119-81, Sec. 30, R'ge 25, T'sh'p 42. Pursuant to the provisions of Chapter 43.21C RCW, notice is hereby given that the Spokane County Board of County Commis- sioners did on May 18, 1982 take the action described below. Any action to set aside, enjoin, review or otherwise challenge such action on the grounds of non-compliance with the provi- sions of Chapter 43.21C RCW. (State Environ- mental Policy Act), shall be commenced on June 10, 1982 or be barred. The action taken by the Spokane County Board of County Commissioners, notice of which is hereby given, was as follows: (1) Approved action: Zone Reclassifica- tion, County File #ZW-119-81. (2) Description: Agricultural and Local Business to Restricted Industrial of 6.5 acres. (3) Such action pertained to property commonly known as and/or described as: The southeast corner of HWY 2 and Hayford Rd. (4) Pertinent documents may be ex- amined during normal county business hours at the Spokane County Planning Department, N. 721 Jefferson Street, Spokane, Washing- ton, 99260, Phone: (509) 456-2205. Notice given by: Nathan Marks Filed by: Jim Johnson, Agent June 3-10, 1982 CITY OF CHENEY, WASHINGTON ORDINANCE NO. M-8 AN ORDINANCE amending Chapter 11.68, Section .040, of the Cheney City Code, establishing a new section .041 of the Cheney City Code, changing the time prohibiting parking on certain streets and providing for an effective date hereof. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF CHENEY, WASHINGTON, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. Section 11.68.040 of the Cheney City Code is amended to read as follows: Business Directory 11.68.040 Schedule IV--Parkinq prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. In accordance with Section 11.48.130, and when appropriate signs are erected giving ootice thereof, it is unlawful for any person to stop, stand, or park a vehicle upon any of the streets or portions thereof as designated in this section between the hours of two a.m. and seven a.m.: 1) Second Street, on both sides thereof, from "'C'" Street to "H'" Street; 2) "F'" Street, on both sides thereof, from Second Street to railroad tracks; 3) First Street, on both sides thereof, from "D" Street to "'G'" Street; 4) College Avenue, on both sides thereof, from Second Street to First Street; 5) College Avenue, on South side thereof, from First Street to the railroad tracks; Section 2: There is hereby added to the Cheney City Code a new section t 1.68.041 to read as follows: 11.68.041 Schedule IV--Parking prohibited during certain hours on certain streets. In accordance with Section 11.48.130, and when appropriate signs are erected giving notice thereof, it is unlawful for any person to stop, stand, or park a vehicle upon any of the streets or portions thereof as designated in this section between the hours of two a.m. and five a.m.: 1) North Ninth Street, on both sides thereof, from Oakland Street to Elm Street; 2) North Tenth Street, on both sides thereof, from Oakland Street to Elm Street; except this section shall not apply where designated College parking exists; 3) Cedar Street, on both sides thereof, from North Ninth Street to Washington Street; 4) Cedar Street, on both sides thereof, from North Ninth Street to North Eleventh Street; 5) Elm Street, on both sides thereof, from North Sixth Street to Washington Street; 6) Washington Street, on both sides thereof, from Oakland Street to W. Sixth Street; 7) Fifth Street, on both sides thereof, from "C" Street to College Avenue; Section 3. This ordinance shall be effective five days after adoption, approval and publication. Introduced this 25th day of May, 1982. Passed by the City Council this 25th day of May, 1982. Approved by the Mayor this 25th day of May, 1982. TOM TRULOVE, Mayor Attest: Grant Murie, City Clerk Approved as to form: Steve Miller, City Attorney June 3, 1982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82400618-3 (RCW 11.40.010) SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHING- TON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the Matter of the Estate of LOUIS J. COSTELLO, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of the estate of the above-named deceased. Each person having o claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned Personal Representative or the attorneys of record at the address stated below and must file an executed copy of the cJaim with the Clerk of Court within four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four (4) months after the date of the filing of the copy of said notice to creditors with the Clerk of Court, whichever is later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: May 28, 1982. Date of first publication: June 3, 1982. LOUIS JERROLD COSTELLO Personal Representative PAINE, HAMBLEN, COFFIN & BROOKE 1200 Washington Trust Financial Center Spokane, WA 99204 (5O9) 455-6000 Attorneys for Personal Representative June 3 - June 17, 1982 CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Directors, Medical Lake School District #326, Medical Lake, Washing- ton, will receive bids for petroleum products and hot lunch products until 11:00 a.m., P.D.T., Friday, June 18, 1982, at which time bids will be opened and publicly read. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the office of the Superintendent of Schools. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to accept the bid most advantageous to the Medical Lake School District #326. Telephone: 299-3156 (local) MEDICAL LAKE SCHOOL DISTRICT No. 326 Box 128 Medical Lake, WA 99022 June 3 - June 10, 1982 NOTICE OF HEARING No. U2500142-8 SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON FOR THE COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the interest of Infant Boy Robinson, A Person Under the Age of Eighteen. TO: John Dorscher, and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT (I) A petition for the voluntary termination of theparent-child relationship of Infant Boy Robidson, born April 28, 1982, to Sandra Robinson, will be heard in the Presiding Court of the Spokane County Superior Court, West 1116 Broadway/Spokane, Washington, on June 23, 1982, at 2:00 p.m. (2) If the petition is granted, the natural father and mother of Infant Boy Robinson, shall have no further legal rights and obligations with respect to the infant, except the right of the child to inherit from the natural parents and that the child will be freed from all legal obligations of obedience and maintenance with respect to the natural parents and shall be, to all legal intents and purposes, and for all legal incidents, the child, legal heir and lawful issue of the ultimate adoptive parents, entitled to all rights and privileges, including the right of inheritance and the right to take under testamentary disposition, and subject to oll obligations of a child of such adoptive parents begotten in lawful wedlock. DATED this 17th day of May, 1982. ARTHUS L. HANSON Acting County Clerk By: Diane E. Wakefield, Deputy June 3, 1982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 8240O628-1 (RCW 11 40.010) SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON FOR SPOKANE COUNTY. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MARIE G. FOUBERT, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative of the estate of the above named deceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned personal representative or the attorneys of record at the address stated below and must file an executed copy of the claim with the Clerk of the Court within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of filing of the copy of said notice to creditors with the Clerk of Court, whichever is later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: May 28, 1982. Date of first publication: June 3, 1982. EDWARD L. FOUBERT, JR. Personal Representative PAINE, HAMBLEN, COFFIN & BROOKE 1200 Washington Trust Financial Center Spokane, WA 99204 455-6000 Attorneys for Personal Representative June 3 - June 17, 1982 ara u,g wee ral Pt Chem )9Oec GIGANTIC yard . Mini June 5 and SUTrl s, bik. North 503 BrOil flat ic Lake, 10-6. IPewriter -- t.4 of gol MISC. for sale: 3lWOrkel new fertilizer sP=Ewctr b(,, table with 4 cle,, patic r te fihr e .t kt 4elna dgo L g-3. 408 Presley pter $40. je trailel MOVING sale: S day, June 6 & 7 --- ' LOlaOf t ",:e Jv side. 513 N. Sta'expert W. of Funeral H 235-60i Lake YARD sale: 3 fam D Sou from kitchen silchenAi booties West 0fr.$1. 25. Multi nex Rd. FollFk?t .-8971. HUGE yard sale, .- co, able ( Spangle Hwy. qL, TOOLS, furnit ure,lL$ goods, baby ,tsi00 prices. Fri & Sat, : Pine f Last c CHENEY Firef t year' lot sale, June 5 pm at 4th & C items of all accepted at 61 235-6280 for MISC for sale: wooden dining chairs (opens to Woman's 10 cellent condition,n t-_. P- r-llC( miscellaneous, Ood re Moving sale, Jur, goo d . N. Staples, MediCI 2  n 3.u til 3 Pn CARPET: 12-30 fl,, $60. ing, brown mix, dition, $150/offef ,t------ Sale fas. INLAND EMPIRE CARPET 8 UPHOLSTERY CLEANING Free Estimates Satisfaction Guaranteed 115 E. Lake, Medical Lale 299-3118, 299-7808 ASK ABOUT OUR JUNE SPECIA L CUSTOM REMODELING Large or Small Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Sheetrock, Garages, Basements Call Dale 235-5262 For Space In This Directory call 235-6184 AREA HOTTUB DEALER 1 00n00ron 00--oeyc00 L j ' (509) 448-8713 Call Collect for Information hey and K EXPERIENCED WELL DRILLING 1S Years Rotary -- All kinds since 1888 NEW EQUIPMENT EXPERT OPERATORS Authorized to operate all wen construction equipment by Washington State Ecology Dept. 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NOUR 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday-Fdday (rd) 23S.lB WALL Y'S EXCA VA TING BACKHOE DOZER WORK NEW DRIVEWAYS SEPTIC TANKS DRAINFIELDS WA TEll DITCHES LANDSCAPING 235-8547 lNlX Hardware Bulk Fuel Feed Self Service Gas Anyone. Any Place Need Not Be a Member to Buy Cheney Grange Supply Co. 118 Union Cheney, WA 235-6274 ConsigmentS JAN..00 WHATJ Space lg ! 747. 1, 2, 3 BEDR00 APARTMENTS 235-6526 Garden Manor 720 W. First St. P 23, = SP 83 Sh. W 0-572. tOtlint 'e 3, B, J