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PHONE Ed D0ten REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY 235-4050 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, full basement. bed- OLDER HOME feet. 2 bedrooms on 11/2 lots, baths, Priced to sell. big at 3 BEDROOMS Cozy home with attached garage, basement. $300.00 DOWN down, plus FHA loan costs. costs. 3 Ed Doten Real Estate HOMEs FOR SALE IN CHENEY 5 ACREs-3 BDRM. NEAR FOUR LAKES 2 ACREs.3 BDRM. OUTSKIRTS CHENEY 220 ACRES NEAR CHENEY Y IN CHENEY LDING SITES FINANCING.FHA & CONVENTIONAL CUSTOM BUILDING Small Down Payments Easy Monthly Payments CALL FOR INFORMATION Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CHENEY, WASH. @ CALL 235-4778 HELP WANTED Educational Representative Show outsta,ding class- room periodicals arid books at schools and administra- tive offices in eastern Wash- igton counties centering in Spokane and in northern Idaho. Work 29 weeks dur- ing school year starting in Seltember. $130 per 5-day week plus bens to start. Travel allowance. Must have car. Free to work full day. Age 35-55. Teaching, PTA, or other commmfity work experience very desirable. Send resume. Box S. j 18-jyOp iron fur- door, MJe- Third jl FOR RENT Local trailers and hitches by day or week $2.50 to $4.00 8 hours; $12.50 per week, also appliance dally at Jack's gar- age, Cheney. 25'5-6573. jll-jy2 New two-bedroom duplex, w/w carpeting, all appliances. Tom Matney, phone 235-4747. m28f 2 bedroom house $60.00. Also one bedroom apartment. In- quire 314 6th, Cheney. 235- 6374. jl8 Three room apartment near campus. Inquire 605 Ehn, phone 235-4948. j18tf Apartment room for college man. 318 B street, jlap Farm 1home for rent. Furnished pone 23'5-4741. 318 B street, Cheney. j 18p Two bedroom house, close in, unfurnished, ,automatic heat. Also studio apartment. Phone 235-6863. West 228 Fifth St. jl8tf One bedroom h, otme, stove, re- frigerator, electric beat, $40.00. Phione 235-6518. jlatf w WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf eed and thy--Custom swath- ing with conditioner, also lyaing and stacking if prefer- red. SA 3-2496, Medical Lake. j11-18 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 Will pay a good price for US anti Canadian coins. Eree ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414% First St., Cheney jl9tf , See us for quality custom build- ' ing. Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St., 235-4050. a30tf Wanted, man to work up and remove trees, felled and limbed (approx. 100 cord). Phone FA 5-4194, Spokane. jl8p You cam find It In the elalfieda. Richter, Wlmberley & Ericson Suite 708 Old National Bank Building Spokene, Washington M 99201 NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 77992 Superior (;ourt, Slx)kane C(:unty, Washington. In the Matter of the Estate of INGOLF MIKKAL NELSON, deceased. State of ,Va:;hinton, Courtly of Spo- kane. ss. Notice is hreby given that Gus tIehnerson, the Administrator of the above estate, bas rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Super- ior Court of Spokane County, State of Washir*gton a Final Aecourt as tuch Administrator and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, end discharge the said Gus Helme-son. and that Tuesday, July 20, 1965, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock, a. m., at the courtroom of the Superior Court. in the City of Slmkane. in said Spokane County, has bee duly fixed fer the hear- ing and settlemert of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place ary person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 16th day of June, 1965. Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Sul)erior Court By Edward W. Huneke, Deputy (June 18-July 2) COPASS & FRANKLIN 1001 Northern Life Tower, Seattle, Wn. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION No. 7645 I the Superior Court of the State of Wasbingt(m for Spokane OJunty In )'robate. In the Matter of tbe Estate of JOIIN J. FJELLANGER, deeea.i. Ntice is hereby given that Alfred Fjetlal*ger, Administrator of the Es- tate of John J. Fjellanger has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Rep(,rt and petition for dis- tribution, asking the C)urt to ttle said Repot1, distribute the prolerty to the persons thereto eiitled and to discharge said Admin,istrator; and that said Report and petition 'ill be heard on the 16th (tay of July, 1965, at 1:30 p. m. at the Oourt Room of the Prc- bate Department of said Court, at which time and place any perso interested in said Estate may appear arid file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 6th day of May, 1965. Geo. E. Falhluist. County Clerk Clerk of said Court. By R. F. McCorkle, Deputy Copass & Franklin Attorneys for Estate 1001 Northern Life Tower Seattle, Wash. (Jun,e 18-July 2) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulecn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMrONS FOR PUBLICATION ON CROSS-COM- PLAINT OF ROBERT E. FRANKS, D/B/A BOB FRANKS' ELECTRIC N,o. 178035 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Oounty of Spokane. Lb*coln First Federal Savings and Loan AsociaVion, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Michael M. Mayall and Judith E. Mayall, husband and wife, et al, De- fendants. Robert E. Franks, d/b/a Bob Franks' Electric Cross-Complairmnt. vs. Michael M. Mayall and Judith E. Mayall, husband and wife ; Emaruel Guimarra, d/b/a Mission Dry Wall; William F. Frisch; Ray L. Betts, d/b/a Betts Oil Company; Momb Enterprises, Inc., a corporation; and Lincoln First Federal Savin,gs and Loan Association, a corporation, CrosDefendants. State of Washingtor to the Defend- ants, Michael M. Mayall and Juidth E. Mayall, husband and wife. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled Court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit : Within sixty (60) days after the 18th day of June, 1965, and defend the above entitled action i the above entitled Court, and answer the Gross-Complaint of Robert E. Franks. d/b/a Bob Franks' Electric, and serve a eopy of your anS- wer on the undersigned attorneys for the Cross-Gomplainar*t at their post- office address below stated, and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered, against you according to the demand of said Cross-Complair*t which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. This action is ccnmeneed by the cross-complainant to enforce a lien against certain real property owned by the defendants, Michael M. Mayhall and Judith E. Maya]l, husband and wife, and situate in Spokane County, State of Washington. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Harold D. Clarke, Attorneys for Plaintiff 912 Paulsen Building, :Spokane, Washingtor 99201 (Jure 18-July 23) WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 78800 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of tho ]gtat o ROY V. GREEN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court, and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 905 Paulsen Build- inrg, Spokane, Washingto or upon Wil- liam B. Iunker, the attorney of record at his office at 905 Paul Building, Spokane, Washingtor and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court ir tho City of Spokane, Wash., 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 18th day of June, 1965. Earline M. Green Executrix of the above estate. William B. lunker Attorney 905 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (June 18-July 2) WANTED Responsible party to assume small monthly payments on slightly used Top GTade spinet piano in this area. Cil or write Guertin & Ross Music Co., 908 Sprague Ave., Spokane, Wash- irtgton, R. I. 7-2044. m28-j 18 Doyle Dobbins, Ecumeni(al S(h01arship Winner, Writes Note from Switzerland Greetings from Bossey, Switzerland, and some of the interesting events are con- tents of a letter written by Doyle Dobbins to his relatives. Doyle and Bey find Switzerland is really beautiful at this time of the year with tall grass in the meadows, fully leafed out trees and flowers everywhere. A native of Uheney, Doyle graduated from Northwest Christian College, Eugene, Ore. with ,an AB degree in 1959. While a senior in the Philadel- phia University graduate semi- nary he was granted a $750 sch,olarship to attend the In- stitute for Ecumenieal Studies at Bossey, Switzerland. Our three months in Shef- field, Ertgland, was reaUy worth while from our point of view. because we were able to work with two different agen eies of the church with quite different perspectives, yet both primarily eoncevned with revival and renewal within the chtlrch. Our summer plans are to do a number of interesting thngs. Tomorrow we leave for Ger- many to visit a number of ex- Bossey students, to pick up a new Volkswagen at the factory in Wolsburg, go to Berlin and visit a number of Christian people on both sides of the wall and thon return to Bossey about June 8. From June 9 to 23rd I will be in ,another course here for tw weeks, a course for pastors and missionaries. Bey and her mother will be traveling in Fran, ce and Belgium ,and the Netherhnds during this time. Then on Ju, ne 23, we will head south into Italy and by July 1 be in Athens and then drive through Turkey to Syria, Leb- ann,on and Jor4an. We will leave the car there in storage, then go to Israel, fly to Cyprus and then to Cairo, Egypt, and o July 28 we will fly to Nigeria, Africa, where we  work in a Wold Council of Churches work camp for two weeks. This wilt take us to August 14. Then we may go to another work camp in Ghana, just west of Nigeria, for two ,or three more wee,ks. Then we will go south to the Congo and probably South Africa and up the East Cat of Africa visiting missionaries, lay ,and ecumenical training centers, and other projects and return by way ,of Ethiop'ta to Oairo, then to Jordan, pick up the car and drive back to Europe. This will take  us up to October 1. Durin'g October and Novem, ber we are tentatively plannirg to study Christkm et.hics anti industrial mission work at Wil- liam Temple OoUege, Rugby, Eghnd. We w return to Ok- lahema in December. The experiences that we have had this past year in study, meeting people from round the world, living in dif- BOYS BASEBALL SEASON STARTS Cheney area Boys ts,eball League .action got under way Monday evening, June 14, with two AA teams seeing action. Team AA-2, coached by Nusser and Stone, was deeated by AA- 3, coached by West and Swe- gle, 5-2, while AA-1, coached by Hendrickson and Graves, was defeating Four Lakes by a score of 4-3. Tuesday evening al three Single A teams lost their open- in,g games. A-l, coached by Morrow and Wilson. lost to the Garden Springs Colts 15-1. A-2 lost to Garden Springs 14-6, while A-3, coached by Tale and Scott, was losing to Foar Ices 12-6. In triple A action AAA-1 defeated AAA-2 by a score (ff 11-0. All ames are scheduled to start ,at 6:30 p. m. A complete schedule will be published in The Free Press next week, as well ,as the fietds on which the :games wLll be played. I I OLDER HOME 1. ESTABLISHED NEIGHBORHOOD CONVENIENT TO SCHOOLS $12,,000 class TERMS 2. SEVEN-ROOM, COMFORTABLE OLDER HOME, EDGE OF CAMPUS $7,000, TERMS AVAILABLE 3. TWO-BEDROOM HOUSE GOOD BUY. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE :ferent cultures from our own, seeing the USA from the out. side which includes all the good and bad things about our country, and having our way of thinking challenged and the things our religion, way of life and country stand for. This year h, as bee so mean- itgful and significant to us so ar that we wn to continue with some of the things we have started and venture into a few other areas before re- turning home. Using the Ecu- menical scholarship granted to me ,has been a wonderftrl ,hp in these Christian adventures. Th.ank you for remembering us in prayer. May God keep us all by His grace ond in HIS wi. Doyle and Bey Dobbins Quartet Will Play At Airway Heights Church Sunday Eve The Ambbassadors Quartet from Fort Wayne Bible Col- lege, Fort Wayne, Ind., will present a service at the Airway tIeights Evangelical Free Church, 12th and King streets, Sunday, June 20 at 7 p. m. ac- cording to Rev. Robert D. De- Viney, pastor. The public is in- vited. The service is sponsored by Teenarama, composed of four church youth grou of te area, Fbur Lakes, Hayford, Airay Heights and Garden Springs. The Ambassadors are mem- bers of the varsity quartet from Fort Wayne Bible Col- lege, combining a variety of talents with warmth of spirit and the relaxed, fun-fiH, ed per- sonalities typical of college men. This summer they are scheduled to travel from coast to coast singing at churches, !youth rallies, camps and con- i ferenees. On Thursday evening at :Four Lakes the new Spokane Youth for Christ directors, Lowell and Adrea Wood, will be featured. Both are talented musicians and the Rev. Wood is said to be an excellent speak- er. Starting at 7 p. m. Saturday at the Four Lakes clmrch wll be the showing of the 80 min- ute colored film, "The Tony Fontaine Story." The public is invited. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 91 PaulNn Bldg., kane, Wn. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hen. SuDeriol, Court of Spo- mane tunty, on the llth day of June, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, ir the case of The Western and Souther Life Insur- ance Company, n corporation Plaintiff versus Dale D. Cordon and Rose M. Gordon, husband and wife Defendants No. 177769, and to me, as Sheriff, di- rected and delivered. 1tiee 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 tbe 23rd day of July. 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokare Coty, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendants in and to the following described real property, to-wit : Lot 14, Block 1, First Addition To The Abrabam Lincoln Addition, ac- cordir to plat recorded in Volume 1 of Plats, page 75, in the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington To satisfy a judgment in favor of The Westerr and Southern Life Insurance Company, a corporatior* and against Dale D. Gordon and Rose M. Gordon, husband and wife Amenting to Ten Friday, June 18, 1965 Four Lakes Pastor Cheney Free Press Page 5 To Have Part in Seattle Convention Norman Larson, Portland, convention director for the forthcoming district conven- tion of Jehovah's Witnesses, an- nounced thLs week ttat organi- zational appointments for the "Word of Truth" convention include the services of a Fur Lakes minister who is also a prominertt music teacher in the area. The convention, to be held at the Seattle Coliseum, June 24-27 will be attended by members fxm the Cheney area ,as well as some 14 neigh- boring conegati,ons. Converton officis revealed that Everett Story ,bas been appointed to lead the conven- tion orchestra of some 50 members as well as a 50-mem- ber Cltorus. Story has been making weekend visits to the Coast city for the past several weeks rehearsirrg with the group in readiness for the con- ventior opening a week from today. Larson pointed out that Story comes wetl-qu,lified hay- mg served as orchestra director at Great Pall and Sxlem in 1964 nd Yakina in 1962. Larson revealed Llat the gathering in Seattle will draw delegates from 20 states ad parts of Canada. Highlight 'of the Chri=stan comeerence, he said, will be the discotwse, Surday afteeroon June 27, entitled, "World Gov- ern,ment on the Shoulder of the Prince of Peace." Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Pau|sen Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. V6681 It* the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for tho County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of RENA DUTHIE MELVILLE, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that William H. Melviille, the Executor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Super- ior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington his Final Account as euch Executor and a petition for the dis- ' tribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to ettle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and diehaxge the said Executor, and that Thursday, the I5th day of July, I965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m., at the Court room of our said Su- perior Court. i the City of Spokane. in aid Spokane County. has been duly fixed for the hearing and ettlemet of said Firl Account and Petition for Distribu- tion, at which time and place any porsor interested in said estate may appear and file his eceptior in writing thereto and contest the mn Dated this 15th day of Jue, 1965. Geo. E. Fallqulst, County Clerk aud" Clerk of the Superior Court. By R. D. Tucker, Deputy (June 18-July 2) 2 GOOD USED Riding Lawn Mowers Holmes Hardware CHENEY mm ATTENTION ... LIKE HARDTOPS? We Have 'Em ALSO 2-DOOR SEDANS '63 Mercury Marauder White $2095 '63 F.85 Cutlass Gold with bucket seats and floor shift_ $2095 '58 Ford Fairlane 500 White ............ $565 '57 Plymouth ,s. w.,,o '56 Pontiac 'Chieftain Thousand Two Hundred Elevet)and00,-[i Blue and White .. 00195[ 100 ($10,211.09) dollars ($10,281.67 less $70.58 tr a reserve accmnt) with inter- est at 6 per cent per annum from June attorney's fees and $51.50 (ineludin $26.00 tiUe expense, eostsandinereesed[[ Cheney Motor costs, with interest on attorney's fees and co at 6% per antrum from June 11, 1965 to date of sMe. Given under my hand, this 16th day of June, 1965. ByWilliamjoyee J'M,Reilly'Lane DeputySheriff I 1 st&G Sts. Phone 235-4409 Harold D. Clarke, Plaintiff's Attorney (June I8-July 9) FARM Having bought the Harry Krell farm and outfit, will sell at Public Auc- tion the following Machinery at the Kre[I place located 1V4 miles south of Espanola. Watch for Signs. Saturday, June :-19 STARTING AT 1:00 P. M. Grease Gun Filler 5 Ft. Tumble Bug Case 7 Ft. Power Mower John Deere 5 Ft. Horse Mower on rubber IHC Horse Mower on Rubber IHC 8 Ft. Binder on Rubber, Power Take-off Massey Harris Side Delivery Rake, 10 Ft. Shawnee Tractor Blade Massey Harris Hay Chopper Paypec Hay Chopper 16 Ft. Mayrath Hay and Grain Elevator Buzz Saw 220 Ft. Feed Bunks Electric Lawn Mower 285 Fuel Tank 00ISCE'LANEOUS ARTICLES SWANSON, Owners WAUKGN, WASHINGTON WES BLY, Auctioneer 1937 AC Model M Tractor 1955 Case 400 Tractor and Loader, Diesel Massey Harris 5 BT Plow, New Model 16 Ft. IHC Spring Tooth, 2--8 Ft. Sec. 2--10 Ft. Cheney Weeders, Center drive 8 Foot International Harvester Disc. 6 Sections of Iron Harrow 10 Foot Van Brunt Drill John Deere Manure Spreader 300 Gallon Hearst Weed Sprayer Calkins Slurry Fanning Mill Power Take-Off and Pulley for TD 6 Letz Feed Grinder 1950 Ford 1 T. Truck with Cattle & Bulk Racks ERIC & STANLEY TERMS: CASH