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IE 15 HOMES FOR SALE IN CHENEY IROX. 5 ACRES.3 BDRM. NEAR FOUR LAKES bROX. 2 ACRES.3 BDRM. OUTSKIRTS CHENEY ROX. 220 ACRES NEAR CHENEY PROPERTY IN CHENEY fE BUILDING SITES FINANCING.FHA & CONVENTIONAL CUSTOM BUILDING Small Down Payments Easy Monthly Payments CALL FOR 'NFORMATION Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CHENEY, WASH. Junior Chamber of Commerce trophy from Chamber President Tom Johnson at the combined Air Force-Army Review at Wash- ,j ington State University. Geschke, a senior in the Army ROTC CALL 235-4778 IJ pr'--gram' isthe snfWilliam P.Geschke, I0_5 6th St., Ch_____eney. ---1/5 r ;ent gelncrease Ed Dolen REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE  235-4050 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement. bed- OLDER HOME feet. 2 bedrooms on 1V2 lots, Priced to sell. 3' BEDROOMS Cozy :home with attached garage, base menL $300.00 down, plus FHA loan costs. Ed Doten Real Estate FOR SALE 12 tons resMy ,haled alfalfa hay, $22 per tn, delivered. CaLl TE 8-8164. jllp INEXPENSIVE typing lmpev. 500 sheets 8 x 11 practice typing only 96c at The ,Free Press office. 129tfx RUBBER STAMPS of all kinds may be ordered at The Free Press. Fast service, j l5tf FOR RENT One-bedroom apts. for rer $47.50 per month. ex quarter of EWSC. 235-6553 or inquire Apt. 2. Leifer Apts. j4tf at I)OWN cask. 3 - bedroom fumislmd apart- ment $50.00 monthly. O. K. for all contracts. Four Lakes Apartments, Four Lakes. RI 7- 1823. j4-11p Sma apartment for rent. Close in, reasorable. 612 First Street, Cheney. 235-4785. 111 DARYL HAGIE NAMED SCHOLAR Dr. Daryl Hagie, Eastern Ws,hington State College dearl of students, has been named a Michigan Sclr(lar in Higher Education by the Center for tlm Study of Higher Education, located at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. The holmr entitles Dr. Hagie to post-doctozal privileges at the university where he will study problems of higher edu- cation while he is on sabbati- ca ,leave from EWSC next yeT. Pe C Wa For Teachers Is Required The Attorney General has district must be in the ruled that school districts are 2 bedroom apt. furnished also CHENEY WINNER--Cadet Gary Geschke receives the Pullman Accepted At WSU Cameron and David Weekes of Cheney have been a,eepted for admission to W, ashington State University for the fall semester, the registrar's office announced 4ast week. required to increase teachers' salaries an average of 5 per cent for next year, State Rep- resentative Frank B. Brouille said tod'av. Representative Erouillet, chairman of the Leg- is}ative Interim Committee on Education, had asked fr clar- ification of a provision ",m the appropriations bill passed by the 1965 Legislature. "The Attorney General ha:, taken nto consideration the avaliablity of funds from all ,sources," BrouKlet explained. "In my view, and in that of other legislators, the only legit- imate reason for lot grating the specified irmreases would be failure of two successive special levy elections." Answers Three Questions Brouillet said the Attorney General's opinion rswers three important questions: raised by superintendents and school boards: 1. The Legis]ature's direc- tive to increase teachers' slar- ms is rmt to be considered by districts as an optionM matter. 2. The preseribed percentage rmrease,s are to be determined on the basis of previous acer- age sahries in the district rather than a storewide aver- age; 3. The percentage Lnerease need not be granted to each teacher, but the average in- crease for all teachers in the WANTED Responsible party to assume small monthly payments on slightly used Top Grade spinet piano in this area. Call or write Guertin & Ross Music Co., 908 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash- ington, R. I. 7-2044. m28-j18 Avon representative for Che- ney. For information cab unfurniShed, htmdry, star-KE 5-3497 coUect or write S. age. 235-6374. j11i5909 Martin, Spokane. jll 2 hay kaulers about June 18. Call Edwala 421. j11p WANT TO BUY Daveno, used, good condition. Call 235-6819. jllp FOR RENT bocal trailers and hitches by day or week $2.50 to $4.00, hours; $12.50 per week, also applia, nce dolly at Jack's gar- age, Gheney. 23'5-6573. jll-jy2 New twbedroom duplex, w/w carpeting, all appliances. Tom Matney, phone 235-4747. m2t/ LOST ted Western Flyer bicycle, call Casey Hanrahan, 235- 6398. ill FOR SALE ,i, 21 Unit Trailer Park 9 House Rentals Plus nice ving qu:avters. Call 235- 524 Evenings. j 11 F urmshed alartment for sum- met school. Call MA 4-0692 or RI 7-7553. j 11-18 2 One bedroom 8 x 40 trailer at Sunset Trailer Park. Contact Krebs, 310 B St., 235-4043 _ j11v Alice Ane Apts. One and 2- bedroom available for sum- mer ad fat1, 1221 Fst. 235- 4697. i11-18 ;., duplex, 2 bedroom, partial- ly furnhed, on lighay west. Phme 2354960. Elmer Tiedt. j 1 lift WANTED TO RENT Retired couple with no chil- dr would like to rent a 2- bedroom, unfurnished home in Cheney. Write Ivan H..ch- sells, 129 Audubon, Pul]mm% Wash., EDen 2-1730. j4-11 w WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Peed ,and HayCustom swath- ing with conditioner, also and stacking if prefer-: red. SA 3-2496, Medical Lake. j11-18 It]gh school boy wants sum- mer work. Will learn any- thing. Glenn Toysen, 2354966. _ jllp SPECIAL 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. jl8ff Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Eree ap- praisal if you do not wish to amount specified. Brouillet said that about two- t]iirds of Washington's school funds are provided by the sta.tea much higher propm'-. tion than in most other states. "Because the Legishture )rovides such a large s, hare of the school's funds, legislators feel it only reasonable that they make some stipulation as to how it will be used," Brouil- let said. Brouillet said th,at school dis- tricts involving more than 80 per cent ef the pupils in the state already raise part of ,their funds through ocal levies. He said that he recognized that new legishtion and revision ef the apportion, ment formula will require special levy elec- lions in most districts that reviously have avoided them. Fair And Equitable "The purpose of the new for- nmla is to distribute state funds on a fair and equitable basi,s, Brouillet explained. "Obviously, those districts tlmt are willing to supplement the state a,ocation by voting spec- ial levies will not have the problem of thse refusing to submit to special levies. How- ever, a district tmo,ble to lass a special levy after two at- tempts, as permitted trader the constitution, s,hould be ooraid- ered a 'hardship' ease. It was this contingency the Le_sl'a- ture had in mind as the excep- tion. Possibly the salary- increase requirement culd be waived in this instance, pro- v!ded the district used its re- serve and all other available ninnies." The appropriation l>aw re- quires he state superintendent of public instruction to report stricts failing to grant the earmarked salary increases, Brouillet emphasized. "This report will be studied carefully by the Legislature before the 1967 session," he promised. Friday, June 11, 1965 New Wheat Farm Allotment Filing Deadline July 1 Farmers who wish to be con- sidered for a "new wheat farm" allotment fo 1966 on a farm which does not have a 1965 wheat al, otment hould get in touch with the ASCS county office during the next few weeks, Wilaiam M. Ander- so,n chairman, Agricultural Stabilizon arid Corservation County Committee, said today. Such farmers ,lmve until July 1 to file pplications for such an allotment. Producers eligible to file such applications are t2mse with a farm fotr which no wheat allotment has been estahliesh- ed, who ,bare no interest in the wheat ,allotment o, any other farm, and where the farmer expects to receive move ln 50 per cent of kis interne from to*al production on the farm. The chairman emplasized that formal application for a "new farm" wheat allotment is made by filing a written ap- lication--n a form provided for that purtx)se--at the ASCS county office pri, or o the July I deadline. Hubbard Graduates PhiIlip Scott Hubbard, 1506 Fifth, Cheney, las graduated with a BS degree from the Uni- versity of Puget Sound in Tco- ma. le OLDER HOME ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS $12,000 class TERMS 2. SEVEN-ROOM, COMFORTABLE OLDER HOME, EDGE OF CAMPUS $7,000, TERMS AVAILABLE e GOOD USED sell. 414 First St., Cheney j19tf See us 'for quality custom build- ing. Ed Doten Real Estate i424 1st St., 235-4050. a30tf Riding L00wn Mowers Holmes Hardware TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE GOOD BUY. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE CHENEY Cheney Free Prm Page 5 WM. B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. '9395 I the Superior Court of Oe State of Washington iz and for the County of Spokar.e I the Matter of the Estate of MARY L. BAKER. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been apPointl Admiuistratrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havirg- claims against said deceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers up- o the undersigned at 905 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokane, Washington or upon WiN liana B. Iun&er the att)rney of record at his office at 905 Pauisan Build- ing, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of smh service in the office of the clerk of the above Court nt the City of Spokane. Washingtur*, within six months after the first publication of this otiee. or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of thi notice ia llth day of June, 1966. Laurie B. Barnes, Administratrix of the above est.te. V111imn B. Iunker, Attara 90 Paulsen Building Spokane, Mrashirgton (Jur 11-25) F. B. DANSKIN 440 Lisln, Sokane, Washington SHEPJ.FF'S SALE State of Washingtor, County of Spo- kan.--as. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the l-Ion. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, on the 7th day of June, ]965, by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of Equitable Savingg & Lear, Association, ar Oregon eorIx)ration Plaintiff, versus Claude A. Moreau and Marie J. Mor- eau, husband and wife; E. E. Loan and Evelyr* J. Loan, husband and wife ; anti Robert L. Millheisler and Shirley L. Miliheis]er, husband and Wife De- fendants No. 176510, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I Will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, withir* the hours preseri by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. or the gth day of July. 1965 at South CourthouSe door, Spokane in Spokane County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and in terest of the above named defendants In and to the following described real property, to-wit : The North 3 feet of Lots 1 and 2, all of Lot 3 and the North 35 feet of the East 35 feet of Lot 10 in Block 48 of Cannon's Additio To Spokane, as per IMat ther)f record- ed in Volume "B" of Plats, page 2, TOGETHER WITtt that portion of the vacated South 25 feet of Seventh Avenue and the vacated West 25 feet of Oak Street adjoining Lots 1, 2 and 3 on the North and East, de- scribed as follows: P.eginnirg at the Northwest corner of said Lot 3; thence North 25 feet: thence Ea 150 feet; thence South 60 feet: thence West 25 feet to the East llne of sail Lot 1; thence North to the Northea.t corner of said Lot l; then'co West 125 feet to tim point of beginning; situate in the Cty and County of Spokane, Waahin'on. To satisfy a judgmev*t in' favor of Equitable Savira & Loan Asociation, an Oregon corporation and against Claude A. or- eau and Marie J. Moreau, husband ar*d " wife; and E. E. Loon and Evelyn J. Loar, husband and wife, and each of them Amou,)ting to Thirteen Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Six and 6/100, ($13,996.56) dollars with interest at 7% per annm from June 16, 1964 to Nvember 27, 1964 and 8, per cent ]per armum from November 27, 1964 tmtil paid. and $860.00 attorney's fee and $61.16 (ineludinr $26.00 for searching records) costs and increased costs, with interest on attorney's fee and costs at 6% per annum from ffune 7, 1965 to date of sale. Give under my hand, this 9th day of June, 1966. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane Deputy F. B. Darkin, Plaintiff's Attorney (June ll-July 2) You can find it in the classifieds, FLAs e '65 Ford 1st quarter sales here up 51.700o:..biggest gain of the Big Three! [ but We're not braggin'- we're dealin' ] Galaxle 500/XL Hardtop Success has brought Pacific Northwest Ford Dealers special allocations-special cars at special prices l Test...and Invest now l eT Car Increa,. in WhJton, Or#g, IV. Idaho qnd Alaska--l s$ quaffer, 196& Test...and invest...in the best! See your Ford Dealer RATCLIFFE COMPANY 402 Second Street Phone 235-6238 y, Wash.