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&amp; Brooke Spokane, Wash. of the State at the County oi he Estate oi deceased. that the under- Executor this Court. and and that all against said deceas. ,ires, duly veri- upor* the Washirwgton or the atttorn, ey of 912 Paulsen Bldg., I file such claim service in the above court at Wn. within six of this barred. of thit tne, 1964. of the 99201 RIPPLE Wash. Howard Roberts Gets Commission A Cheney man wlo will be gra,d,uated from Eastern Wash- ;ington State College this eve- ning w,ith a bac,lelor of arts degree will also receive a com- mission as an Army second lieutenant. He is Howard S. Roberts, Clerk Spanish at EWSC. He will be commissioned in the Army In- telligance and Security Bran,0h. son of Mrs. W. S. lbets, 322 Student's Arlicle Sixth. A 1960 gradate of Che- ney High School, he najored i.nl0 n Baskelba[] Team I Selected As Bed Roberts will report to lrt. Helabird, Md., Aug. 10 for training. I[ , FOR SALE New 2 br. Tri4evel wth 3rd Br in 6aylite bsm:t. Built in thecountyState ofe Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Terms. Bob Wilson, 221 First. Home etate o phone 235-4175. a3tf that the under- Executrix 50,000 feet mew surfaced lum- this Court and md that all bet. 6, 10 ,and 12 inch sheath- said de- ins, $45 M. 2x4's, $35 M. 2x6 to 2x12, $40 M. 2x6 tongue & att .... ys groove, $60 M. N. 2505 Center, Spokane (C:erter is 7700 Blck n aueb claim East Trent) WA 6-6756. Service in the coun nt m15-j26 within si of this Large sized building ots, small barred. of this Iown, terms on balance. 235- 1964. 4747. mlbtf Lrix of the 4 bedroom oMer lome, 2 :ann, Wsh. baths, oil ,heat, l'ose to col- lege. 235-4175. F. H. A. Terms. & Ericson Bank Building j5-tf 99201 EARING Upright pactice plan,o, antique of the State of wTlte finish, width open the County of SCTOII design $50. Merrill A. of :Brown, 25'5-6366. j5-12p 2 Mi .... and to all Six 1otis across fom M-N-M that there Drive-In. R. F. Miller 235- 4127. jl2p Young fmger tamed paa, keets and Chnd for salve, $5.00. Ira :McKay, coooration, BOX 461, Medical Ike. j-2 Lr*d adoption, first be ........ the eo- Three piece naple bedroom to such se; rose colored contour law. hin bo lounger, excellent cvmlitin. 1964. nt Reasonable 235-4958 Mter 5. courtroom Supreme j 12-19 Court- ngton, or in Solid mlmga,ny chest of d,mw-; the Court to and thee eva $27.50; Chippe,nle type where all mirror $7.50; Tiny 'bkcase $2.00. Phone 235-4613. jl2p Upright practice or recreation H. tony. oom piano. $40. IKzbeSh and seal 10th day Sniffih, 110 N. llVh St. j12-19p Tw itme ide,l for lake cbm SMITH ----lectric ranpge nd tras'h  a' r W" burner. Very reasoamble. Mrs. Don Helm, R. 1, tx 2 j12 of the Stat me - of c of Dining room set, six chairs and buffet, CN1 235-4136. j12-19 Conle TV. $10.00. Air condi- that there oleT $15.00. 235-4075. j 12p ALL ON ONE FLOOR 3 bedroom home on corner lot. at the Ias hege .'living room with coort panerg, auoraaic electric to matterSUCh ,heat, carpor wiq;'h storage transferred, shed. Terms. C;l/1 interested Ed Dotes Real Eslate. why such 424 1st St. 235-4050 j 12tf New 3' ,bed, room custom I $15,800.00. Woh more, 3 lg. bdrm, lie. rm. w/fepice, er attached garage, full baseman,. Clerk Ken Morhn 235-4084 Widmer Realty, 603-4 C01uma Bldg. j 12tf 3 bedroom, full hasernent house, ood loc'at0, fire- o/ the State of ptace, large lot $12,000. Pa ae county of W,hitehill. 359-2436. j12-26 A Joint en- Ranch ,style house o,n hge COt- Said W. ner tot. Four bedrooms, two baths, 235-6345. j5-12 ,1| , , . FOR RENT Slaaous arm bedroom apt. in- cludes range, refrigerator. Phone 235-4175 ml5tf 1 bedroom furnished apt. for rent fo the stmme quarter, $47.50 per month. 235-6553. m29tf 3 bedroom house, $85 mnth. 116 6th St., plm,e 235-4475. m29-j26 2 bedroom fuvnished ,base,m,et apt. 235-4075. j 12p Complete7 furnShedbouse for the summer. 703 4h St. Gh,eey. Phone 235-6863. jl2p One ,and to bedroom ap. uMurnis!hed, eiectri heat, yard, trees. Dan ey, 1126 O akh,nd, j 12p Lesin,g now for summer and f, zl: 1 or 2 bedroom furnish- ed arid un,furnished apts.. Write 1214 E 43rd, Spokatne, phone MA 4-0692 or RI 7-7553. j 12tf @ 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. jl8tf For well d,,fll4g "Try Lee Fry". 30 years experience. S. 1007 Walu Rd., Spokane 63, Wash. WA 6-0303. m5-jyb Sewers Wanted I,m.rnediately-- Work at lmme d'oin,g simple sewing. We supply materials and pay shipping both ways. Good rate of pay. Piece work. Apply, Dept. AW 64, Bx 7010 Adelaide Post Office, Toonqao On ,tao, Canada. j5-12 CUSTOM HOME Let us buMt on your lot, or ours to suit you, mad "Save." We alo rraige f0r, FHA or Conventional Finan- cing. CI'I Kan Mola ;; 235-4084. W4dmer leaRy 603-4 CMmbia RMg. : 12tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Bull d, ozer work, digging, drain,age ditches, water ways, land clearing. Call evening, 235-6304. m22-j 12 Care of cd,ren' i,n my home. 235-4186. j12-19p WANTED Wainted Rummage 'or Metho- dist church annulal sate. Will collect now or anyt,me. Cn- tact Mrs. John Van Brant, phone 235-6607. Mrs. CaH Hen- dricks, phone 235-4981. j12 3 bedroom house eose to col-] $ HELP WANTED lege, 2 bathrooms la:rge lie- ] New Avon ret>resentative in hg room, fire place, specious Cheney area. Cal coect KE kitchen, exceHen recital prop. 5-3497. j 12-26 Low interest rates. 235-4516. j12tf  WANTED TO RENT Pasture for sml Shetland; 12, 1964 fthe State of -e County of "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nicely decated, split lev- el, or.y 2 yrs. o.d; new dis: trict. Owner's leaving t0n. Must soft. 3 BDRM. $14,000 CLASS Newer tmme near hnes in $20,000 class, close t,o schools. Ken ]Vfra 235-4084 Widmer ReNty 603 Columbia Bldg. jl2tf kids coul'd ride. Will sell or trade. Phone 235-4498. j5-12p Apartment with another col- lege girl, summer qu, artor. Dianne Wright, lairfiel.d. Chll Fairfield 3917. jl2p FOR LEASE House in Cheesy, available June 16; near campus. Write c/o Box "J", Cheey Free Press. j 12f KATHLEEN M. TAFT de- W. 1015 Garland Ave. Spokane. Wash.: NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7188 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of COY R. WILKINSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has bee appointed Executrix the above estate in this and has qualified accordingly, and all hving claims against are required to serve claims, duly verified, with r*ecessary vouchers upo the undersigned at West 2604 Kier- nan, Spokane Wash.. or upon Kathleen M. Taft, the'attorney of record at her office at 1015 West Garland, Spokane, Washington. and file such claim with montis after the first lmblication of this notice or they will be forever barred, Date of' the first lmblicatien of this notice is 5th day of June. 1964. Bernice M. Wilkinson, Executrix of above estate. M. Taft Attorr*ey Spokane Wash. (June 6-19) Drug manufactures are o report promptly to the Food rd Drug Ad, minstagn any iafl'omation they get regarding formation they get regarding adverse effects rom new drugs and an.bioties oa the mavkeL NW BOOK by Rolls F. $chd! YANK IN YUCATAN "Ktda adwnm story. Dwn-l-arth l&." 4. F.. Flcrst. Refrehing experience." Dr. 1. M. Vdir, Mu$. o Sol. & Nat. Hist. lstly Intm--phi portrayal md s6muhttng boo.  Miltfm R. Hunler. PhD. Merges Chmch. 42 IUta. Cloth $3.95 THE SOUTH AND THE NATION by Edrd P. Lmo. An autho stmag foe t.  lh yet lilxmd   d wmha. dJcmms Vltnlu Dobney, editor of Richmoed -D t, p it. Author Gerald Sykes  It s Amn document." The Soak J d Leaden calls it, "Not only a powerful pk foe the Ilomlm stat but coherent md lalrasxl "d.g ' "" c 4.., - Island 600 Bahia Via Ft. Mysr Beach Fla. Editor's comment: This story has been picked as the best article written this year by a Cheney High School iournsM- ist. It was written by Bonnie Geschke, a graduating senior who is also Miss Cheney. At the time it was selected, the Free Press editorial staff did not know the sports story had been written by a girl. Miss Geschke was a Blackhawk cheerleader during the year. By Bonnie Geschke "Cheney was the tou,gcst league oplonent we aced all BONNIE GESCHKE year, but Elma was the best at state." That was the answer our reporters roce'.ived hen they interviewed the Medical Lake bsketba:ll team tast Tuesday. Medical Lake, representing our distric :at the State Tour- nament in Tacoma; lalaced sec- ,end after going into the tour- nament ranked eghth inthe AP polls. They st he caan- pionhip game to Ema by a score of 75-66. Coach Kent M'ath,eson, who is in hs third year of eeaVh- ins the GarctimlalS, ,states he fee his tem could beat F.4ma 50 per cent of the time, but ths particular game went to Elms. The Cardi, nals  ptaeed four players an the All.State teazn. Tlmy are Bob Marals, first team; J.m Hillbrick and Gary Gltsgow, second team, and Alan Gbreth, hnmmbe men- !tion. The first le6  team, Elraa, placed only two pay- ers on the AH-State team. Jim H illbriek tied a tourna- ment record by httin,g nine <r nSne fro m the free thereby tins in one game. Medieal Lake hadn't been to State since 1956,  hind they ever won ,a game ,at a State tourney. So, th year they broke the ice and won three games. The Cardn'al players, in gen- eral, were disappointed in the quality of the majority of the earns, but they were impres- Witnesses Name Pair As Speakers The Watehtower Society of Brooklyn, N. Y., spes0rs f the fort'hc:aming three,day cir- cuit eonve,n,o,n o,f Jehovah's witnesses here June 19-21, this week released names of special relqr,osentatives appointed to serve the conclave. Alpointed are Marvin L. Ha,ea, dbrict  supervis,or, and WlVer I. Bar- ker, circuit supervisor. Italics, wire will highlight the eorwention, speaking on "Facing Up to the Urgency f Our Times," ws rcently ap- pointed by the Witness govern- ing body to ,ct as district su- pervisor f an area which in- cludes, W'asagton, Mntna, Wyonng, Idlo, n0rthorn Uah, n'orthen Nbasha, nor- thern Iowa, North and South Dalota and southern Minne- sota. HNien atso will narrate for a two hour fim, entitled "Proclaiming Eevlasting Good News Around the World." Member Since 1938 Everett Story, presiding min- ister of the C,hen, ey congrega- ti,n, said "Mr. Holie,n h, as been serving as a full tie min'ister since 1941. He las been, how- ever, one of Jelmvah's Witness- es since a young age, being ord:ained to the .min, istry in 1938. Sin,ee that ti, me he has tv.aveted extensive'ly in the Urited States and Puerto Rico and call be considered an authority :o,n religion and the meaning of wold 'a2Nirs as they appear in tke ght of Bible propheey. The back- ground that Mr. Holien h,as re- WALTER BARKEt ceived -,xmgh  mmy yeai's of minister(al experience nmkes it possible for Mm to speak freely a,nd genly e,n many subjects ,of world-w,i,de interest 'arid concern." Barker was born near Van Wert, Ohio, and wlas ordained in 942. I'n 1945 he became minister in Lima, Ohio. Since that time he. la ministered foul called d, uring the entire tourrrament. Whe asked about his: pros- poets for next year, Oeacen sed bv' the sportsraansMp of Ma:theson vca olthrnfs,ic. He is the teams and spectat0vs. [osug ,Six boys rom his year's There as ,enVy one teclmieal rmnber wo team in the State. Bride's Bonus Offer through the month of June WITH EACH ORDER OF 150 OR MORE WEDDING INVITATIONS . . . Free Wedding Picture In The Free Press. Friday, June 12, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page tlmou.ghut Ohio, Aabana and In, diara. He has been ,acting as cirettit supervisor n W, aslmN- ton since 1962. Story said Barker will serve the Cheney eanarenon in p:ace o Ma,eome Van Ike, rec- ently c,atllz,d to Cnada for a @ijii!!i:;i ....... " li:; I MARVIN HOLIEN mouths tour of speeiN duty. Baker wl he chairman of a ministry deve,tnne,nt class opening day .and will sleak on,, "Protect the New Generatica" Jtlne 21. Upwards of 1,200 1e.san,s are expected s peak attend- ante far the three,day confer- ence, Story sNd. RESOLUTION NO. C-164 RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Be it Resolved by the Council of the City of Cheney, Washington: That it is the intention of said Coun- cil, and such inteuticm is hereby de- clared, to improve the following streets situated in The Addition and it* Th Second Additio to eheney in Spokane County, State of Washington, by pavin the same with asphaltic concrete plat mix to a width of at least 40 feet ar.d hy the construction of concrete curbing. Said streets are described as follows: UNIT 1 : "J" Street in said additions from the orthwesterly line of West Fifth Street to the southeasterly line of West Sixth Street and from the northwesterly line of West Sixth Street to the southeasterly line of Seventh Street. UNIT 2 : "K" Street i said additions from the northwesterly line of West Fifth Street to the southeasterly line of West Sixth StresL That the cost and expense of each unit of the improvement shall, be asoer- rained separately as near as it may be, and the assessraent rates shall be com- puted or* the basis of the cost and expense of each unit. The above description set forth under Uits I and 2, set forth the territorta4 extent of the Improvement District to be known as "Local Improvement Dist- i rict No. 8., That a hearing on said matter will be held before said Council in the Coun- cil Chambers et the City Hall ir* Che- ney, Washington, on the 28th day of July, 1964, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which time and place all persons who may desire to object thereto may appear and pre.ent such objections, if any they tave. The engineer of said City is hereby directed to submit to the City Council at or prior to the tiae fixed folr'esid hearing the estimated nest and ex!der*se of each unit of the improvement lad i certify it to the legislative aut:lorit of said City, together with all papers and irformation in his possession touch- ing the proposed improvements, a de- scription of the boundaries of the Dis- trict a statement in detail of the local, Improvement assessments outstanding and unpaid agairst the property in the proposed district and a statement of the aggregate actual valuation of the real estate including twenty-five per cer*t (25%) of the actual valuation of the improvements in the proposed dis- trict according to the valuation last placed upon it for the purposes of gen- eral taxatior. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of Heering of this Resolution shall be given by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed owner, of any lot, tract or par- cel of lar*d, or other property specifically benefited by the proposed improvements, by mailing to the owner, or reputed own- er, of the property as shown i the tax rolls of the County Treasurer of Sro- kane County, Washington. and addressed as show in the tax rolls of the Treas- urer of Spokane Ccmnty. Washington, and to the address thereon showv, a notice setting forth the nature of the proposed improvement, the total esti- mated cost of each unit, the estimated benefits to the particular lot. tract or parcel of laud, and the date of the hearing before the City council as pro- vided in this Eesolution, such Ntice shall be mailed as hereir provided at least fifteer (15) days prior to the date fixed for such hearing; and. Be It Further Resolved that such Resolution shall be published in twu con- secutive issues of the Cheney Free Press, the legal newspaper of the City of Cheney, Washington, and of general circulation therein, the first publicatior* to be at least fiftecr* (15) days prior t the date fixed for such hearirg. Passed by the Council this 26th day of May, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor of Cheney, Washington ]Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk. (June 12) All anti,Nolle drugs for hu- ,mart use ,are su,bject to testing in ,the Food ad Drug Adnis- lration's tbovateres, mad new batches .of these drug may not be shipped unless they are certified by FDA .as meet- mg requ2ved specifktoas. The Future Farmers of America wes organized na- tion, ally in, Nre,mber, 1928, :during a ,meeting of sttrdents and leaders in Kansas City, Mo. That year, Leslie Aleph- gate, of Freehold. N. J.. w,as elected to serve .as the irst national president of the FFA. He is now a .prominent ,farmer in ,his State, sleciaizing in growing apgles. ..... : Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our buy. ers. We Trade Sell All Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone STAN SPEAR -- r M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Spregue RI 7-7116 a30ff i i i ' ...... 1  ! ! ! Homes For Sale ............ Older 5 bedroom brick wih earlmrt. 1% baths. Large kitchen Wih eting space. Dining room a,nd nice living area. CIse to stlmppg. Full price $9,500.00 $1,000.00 down, 11. a,nce on ,terms. See This 3 bedroom home with utility room. Dish, oil far, nace. On crner lot. Reonably priced ,at $10,950.00 with $2,000.00 d,on: 'and easy monthly payments. Beat Rent Lots ,of ling space with 2 bedrooms. Nice bath d, own, with full bath up. Good location.  Ctes  quick sae. Priced a $5,500.00. $500.00 d, own. Bahv.ce' $50.00 per math. Wm. P. Geschke Cheney 2:35-4778 Tri-State Realty Inc. W. 933 3rd, Spokane, Wash, RI 7-3D47 10% DISCOUNT on wood preservative Chevron Wood Preservative gives extra long life to fence posts, hop poles, sJlls...any wood in contact with tha ground. If you apply it by soaking, here's an easy way that cuts a lot of lifting. Sink a barrel in the ground and just slide heavy posts in. Don't forget - you can save 10% on Chevron Wood Preservative delivered before August 31. Order now and save.  \\; For any Standard 0il product, call , AL HASKINS Ist & Kalllspel -- 235-6378