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News M. Strock DIALING IN PROGRESS Empire Telephone a subsidiary Utilities of I1- started construction distance dialing fo,r . Tomorrow has been ad the cut- Teephane construction new telephone Columbia IN CAST Mrs. hn Grune- Gone of Missouh, weekend visitors and friends. Their UrMerwent s.trrgeTy i'njtwy arid is in w.ast to ankle. BRIEF Stoek let UMon, Wash., M. C. Stark. a visito,r at the for sevel the00 will Visit her brother Ernie Gardner were Thursday of the Claude sclra0l ended .an enoBment of Thomas fishi.rg and camping. Mr. and Mrs. Pll Ha'll are p,arenCs of a baby boy, Eugene Phil. The new comer arrlved on June 9 and weighed 7 pounds, 4 ounces. Mother and baby are doing fine. The Virgil Piecs0,1 family entertained with a barbecue dinner Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Bob Reitmeie,r of Four Lakes .and Mr. and Mrs. Eb Baird and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Clausen and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Soper and Alverna left Siaturday for a week around Vancouver, B.C. Membe,rs of Royal Neighbor Lodge who attended a sp,ecl meeting in Spokn:e 1,ast week were Mrs. E. J. Knuth, Mrs. Nettle Mill, Mrs. George Dan- fo,rh and Mrs. Hen,ry Joes. The meeting .honored Mrs. An- na Slangl, er, supreme oracle o:f Rock Island, Ill., with degree w,ork, drills, outsta*nding pro- gram and followed by a recep- tion. Other honored guests were supreme director, Nova : Dan2ord; state supervisor, Ch:rist}ine Porter; sVate oracle, state recorder and seve'al dis- trict deputies. Mrs. Archie Iard had her fce and hmr singed when an in,cineTatr blew up at her w.ork at E'WSC. Mrs. Ann Smith, Mrs. Lu Smith and Mrs. Bert Smith m,0toved to H,arrington to visit with the Don Warwick fam41y on Sunday afterrm,o. Al.so vis- iting with t,e Bill Noenty family in Davenport. was hed June 15-Jne 19. The poam is to be hem at 7 p. m. on Friday. The annual Bible School picnic will be hed Sat- uv4ay. GRANGE NEWS Four Corners Grange met June 10 with Ray Evers,on, master, in the chair. Three vis- it0,rs, Mr. and Mrs. Rougus of M,ran Prairie Grauge and Mrs. Grn, ett Bots o,f Est Che,n.ey Grange, were present. Peggy Kloppenburg gave a read=ling and the S. O. D. quartette sang "Down By The Riverside." Alvin and Pearl Kel0n s,howed slides of ,their vaca- tion trip and told about camrp- ing. PERSONAL MENTIONS t lVirs. Sidney Wil,s0u vist,ed[ the home o,f her daughter at Wenatehee. Mr. and Mrs. Clar- ence t{arp brought Mrs:. Wil-[ son home Saturday. Mrs. Wil- son's grand,s'on, Terry Harp, ] is fecoverirg..n4ceiy after a[ se:nous ere injury, i Edrm ,Gheeve" left Monday for Girls State as d ele,gate fv0m Cherey High Scho,ol. Howard I4artman, Renaln, was a guest ,of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gonia Thursday eve,ning. Carol Yates was an over- ight gu,est of Mrs. Gonia Fri- clay. Larry Haman and Shirley Maust were guests in the Go,na home this hst week. Mary Simpson was a guest 'o,f Nanc7 Smith Sunday. slaorsorefl by proved suc- everfing, urn0t th,an Year. Mrs. Carl of the elec- from 'be used to boys to the next fall. Anvm Lee from teach- ,at West Li, b- first grade at Lodge June Streak TylerNews Marshall News Mrs. Letha Plo;ts By Carol Yates MRS. MICKELSON STUDENTS RETURN VISITS BRADLEYS Peg Gray and Mr Smith! Mrs. Grace Mickelson spent' journeyed to Seattle wherethe weekend with the James they met Nancy Smith, wlko Bradieys in Spokane. was retmTAng home from co:l- _- . -Z-._.'UT= . _ lege or summer vacation. FESONL M,-NTION Other students home fvr the Mrs:. William KUhn of Es- summer are Peg Smith and paaoh was a Monday visitor Bonnie Yates. at the D,on,al,d Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. George Krsak WEDDING ATTENDED and a:mfly of Mercer Is%nd Mr.. and Mrs. Green attend- visited Satuvdlay. Mr. Krsak is ed he wedding of Lin@a Curt- were s,ovn of the Schieche's MENTIONS dger o Raugust, Rau- state 4-H this week. J'un Foste Ran Green ningham and Stu Pearson in a Spokane Catholic Crch. BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED Thursday evening a pay yeas held at the Ceever's res- iderme to celebrate the birth- day .of Arlin Petevman. Sev- eral friends from Mead were present. There was guRar playing, dancing, games and plenty of refreshments. Abaut 25 at- ten6ed. HOMESTEAD VISITED a ormer Ty.l'erite, having been barn and raised here. Frid,ay evenn'g callers at the Arlie Able.man home were Mr. and Mrs. Mariin Holmes and family and Mrs. Emily Coble of Ka,lispel, Mrt. Lloyd, Arlie and Polly AMe- mn were dii rmr guests at Mr.. arid Mrs. Wes Ahle,raan's Sumhy. Other guests were Mrs. Maud Lon,gan ,and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ruckm,a.n of SPO- kanle. Mrs. Loyd Ableman was il with the fIu during the week. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Jackson iick Dreesen, .and sister of f and her ae Jose, e  Week. DeGn (rmnes- at Twin trip. f, amils, family at Lake On June 7, the Cheevers vis- and sons spent the weekend ited the old ho-nesad of Ms. fishirg in Idatm with the Gene (Jheevem ne,r Anderson Lake Jacksha of Spokane. in Idaho. The Everett Reer family of Spokane visi'ted Surday. RECITAL ATTENDED Sue and Kay Ham 'and Chris- tie Heyer veers among Rita Connie E1de and Mrs. Ler- Oestman's d,arrce students who mine  ,attended an ac- alarmed ,at Eastern State hos- c0,rdin recil of Are,hie Gon- pital Monday night. ia June 5 at the lome of Dean Mr. and Mrs. Rezeau lotts Kin caid in Spokane Valley. rtturned Sunday from the BIBLE SCHOOL HELD grange Convention with a bfly dented ear, a cqud by a col- Daiy vacation Bible school listen which eouM have heen at Marshall Cmmunity church very serious but they escaped without a scratch. Mrs. Plotts yeas a Monday morning caller on Mes. Patts, Sr. The h.st Tyler grmiwe meet- ilg 'until No,tern,her was held Tuesday evening, wilfl Ira Shea making a rpovt on .the state convention at Wenatcee. Mr. ,and Mrs'. Johrme Brown served refrehments. Directory CUSTOM BUILDING FHA, VA or Conventional Financing Free Estimates ED DOTEN REAL ESTATE 424 First Phone 235-4050 MAN AT WORK extend well into the evening for many a briefcase filled with paper work. often has records and reports to time and concentration. A desk at home where he can work without interruption i. Work at the office is done under artifi- again is using a desk lamp. The corn- concentration plus artificial light say researchers for the Murine Company. is important to prevent extra tension should be over the shoulder and high. on the page--at least fifteen inches and the same distance away from is the minimum recommended for adequate 100, or 150-watt frosted bulb with furnishes direct light downward on or a few minutes recess to chat will help relieve eye fatigue and ' eyes on distant objects for a few seconds And a few drops of eye lotion from bottle kept on the desk will soothe O. B. Electric PERSONALIZED SERVICE Wiring Elect. Heat, Motors, Pumps Rt. I, Spokane CH. 4-2705 ELECTRIC SERVICE AT ITS BEST Phone 235-4410 EDGETT BROS. WHEAT GROWERS! Let Sprague Grange Supply help grow your crop with Shell NH3 Aqua-Sulphur Phosphates Call 3611, Sprague, Collect. a24tf IProlblem iPeople, Spots In The News i II MICHAEL CIGNARELLA (left) receives 6th annual Sheaffer Pen Award from Joseph Eberhardt of pen firm for'devel0ping Peewee hockey teams in New England. 00i!ili!00i!i:iii00!i!:00i i: iiiii ..... !iiiii::iii!i i i ................. II IIEVERYTHING OKAY, FELLERS. President Johns0n' II [Iseems to be saying to bus load of Air Force bandsmen. II [Bus arrivedwhile he was strollin On White House lawn. , Amber News By Jennifer Jordan JOBIES IN SEATTLE FOR GRAND SESSIONS Members of this community attending Job's Daughters grated session in Seattle were Jill Lambert, Kay Crdi, Ann CordiU, Nancy Weisma,n, Jen. nifer Sordan, and _hs. Mabel Cordi,l, guardian mid ch4:m,r- one. Other members of Beth- el 17 attending were Sue Ham, Ga,y Swegle, Sherry Orlob, Ann Stablbor and Ruth Bell. The goup eft Wednesday ogrhntland eturned Sunday g. While there the girls al:ended meetirgs and a fun night at the ite of the Seattle World's Fair. Kay Oordill, past Grand Junior Custoiar,, took part in installation of new o- fleers of the Grand Be4hel, and Jill Lambert was in:salled as grand representative to Idaho.- PERSONAL MENTIONS The Young Gala bridge club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ken Sony. Briz- es were won by Mrs. lt Mc- Kiey, Mrs. omard Marsh and Mrs. J. H. Harris. Mrs. Don Imbert wa ,guest. The elb will meet next t file home of Mrs. J. H. Harris. 2ne coakirg ,dhisio of the ! Amber Rambz 4-H club met yeserd,ay at the Ricbant tar- dan hx)me. The gixmp enter- rained girls of the rest of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Edms- ton, I_uie and Steve, arrived from Seattle Thuzday and vi- P,2iday, June 19, 1964 ited Mr. and Mrs. len Best and family until Friday. On Saturday Mr..and Mrs. Aan Edmi'ston arrived for a visit cf about two weks with the Best family. Mrs. Charlotte Wilh'ams of Cheney was a Sundy guest of Mrs. Binna Dummeier and Miss Franc Mason. Last Tuesday Mrs. Karen Mil'ter held ,a paa'ty far her daughter, Terry, 3. There were 10 guests aad moithers pres- ent. Mr. arid Mrs. G. A. Rietz and family were Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Th,ain Carmen of Dave=port. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Siegle 'of Pine City were Sunday night guests of Mr. and M,rs. Kent Saoy arid family. 0arol So0y returned from state gange 4-H camp hst Saturday ,aml wil'l repot at the gran,ge meeting tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Bedard of Doris, Calf., were weekend guests of Mr. ,mid Mrs. Vern Summerlin and family. Sandy Sumerlin return, ed home with them. RESOLUTION NO. C-166 RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Be it Resolved by tb Council of the City of Cherey, Washingtor: ,That it is the intention of said Council, and such intention is hereby declared, to order the improvement of the below described streets by pavir the Iame with asphaltic concrete plant mix to a width of at least 40 feet, and by the cnstruction of concre curbing. Said streets to be improved are in Range's Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County, State of Washington, to-wit : West Sixth Street from the West lithe of Washington Street to the East lithe of Buena Vista Street; and Clover Street from the West line of Washington Street to the East line of Buena Vista Street; and Buena Vista Street from the South line of Clover Street to the lorth line of West Sixth Street; and Lircoir* Street from the Nrth line of West Fifth Street to the South line of Clover Street ; and Lincoln Street from the North line of Clover Street to the South line of West Sixth Street. That the cost and expense of said im- provement shall be lmid for in whole by the levy and collection of assessments upon the property within the proposed improvemert district. That the above descriptions set forth the territorial extent of the improve- ment district to be known as "'Local Improvement District No. 10". That a hearing on said matter will be held before said Council in the Coun- cil Chambers at the City Hall in Cheney, Washir*gton, or the 28th day of July, 1964, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which time and place all persona who may de- sire to object thereto may appear and present such objections, if any they have. The engineer of the City of Cheney is hereby directed to submit to the City Council at or prior to the time fixed for said hearing the estimated cost and expense of the said improvemen and certify to the said City Courcil, together with all papers and it*formation in his possession touching the proposed im- provement, a description of the bound- daries of the district, a statement in detail of the local improvement assess- ments outstanding al unpaid against the property in the proposed district and a statement of the aggregate actual val- uation of the real estate including twenty- five per cent (25%) of the actual val- uation of the improvement in the pro- osed district according to the valuatior st placed upon it for the purposes of general taxation. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of Hearing of this Resolution shall be given by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed owner, of any lot, tract or parcel of land, or other property specifically bene- fited by the proposed improvement, by mailing to the owner, or reputed er, of the property as shown in the tax rolls of the County Treasurer of Spokane County. Washington. and to Cheney Free Press Page 3 the address thereon shown, a notice set- ting forth the nature of the proposed improvement, the total estimated cost of said improvement, the estimated bene- fit to the particular lot, tract or par- eel of land, and the date of the hearing before the City Council as provided in this Resolution, such Notice shall he mailed as herein provided at least t'iftee (15) days prior to the date fixed for such hearing ; and, Be It Further Resolved that such reso- lution shall be published in two con- secutive issues of the Cheey Free Press, the legal newslmper of the City of Che- ney, Washington, and of general cir- culation therein, the first publicatior to be at least fifteen (15) days prior to date fixed for such hearing. Paed by the Council this 26th day of ]May, 1964. Nolan Brown Mayor of Cheney, Vfashigton Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk (June 19, 1964) RESOLUTION NO. C-167 RESOLUTION OF INTENTION Be it Resolved by the Council of the City of Cheney, Washingtor: That it is the intention of said Council, and such intention is hereby declared, to order the improvemen of the below described street by paving the same with asphaltic concrete plant mix to a width of at least 40 feet, and hy the construction of concrete curbing. Said street to be improved is Seconl Street in Callaway'a Addition to the City of Cheney, Spokane County Washington, and i Callaway's Addition to Callaways' Addition to the said City of Cheney ex- tending from the northeasterly line of Spokane Street in aid Callaway's Ad- dition to the westerly line of Primary State Highway No. 11 in Callaway's Addition to Callaways Addition to said City of Cheney. That it is the intention of said Council that the cost and exlense of said im- provement in excess of $18,000.00 be paid for by the City of Gheney out of its Arterial Street Fund, and that the remainder of the cost and expense of said Improvement be paid for by the levy and collection of assessments upor the property within the proposed im- provemert district. That the above desoription of the street to be improved sets forth the territor- ial extent of the improvement district to be known as "Local Improvement Dis- trict No. 11." That a hearing o said matter will be held befoxe said Council in the Coun- cil Chambers at the City Hall in Cheney, Washirgton, on, the 28th day of July, 1964, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., at which time and place all persons who may de- sire to object thereto may appear and present such objections, if any they have. The engineer of the City of Cheney is hereby directed to submit to the City Council at or prior to the time fixed for said hearing the estimated cost and expense of the said improvement and certify to the said City Council, together with all papers and information in his possession touchi the proposed im- provement, a description of the boun- daries of the district, a statement in detail of the local improvement asses merits outstanding and urimid against the property ir the propoued district atd a statement of the aggregate actual valuation of the real estate including twenty-five per cent (25%) of the actual valuation of the improvements in the proposed district according to the valu- ation last placed upon it for the pur- poses of general taxatio. Be It Further Resolved that Notice of Hearing of this Resolutior shall he given by the Clerk to each owner, or reputed owner, of any lot, tract or par- cel of land, or other property specif- ically benefited by the prolmsed im- provements, by mailing to the owner, or reputed owner, of the property as shown ir the tax rolls of the County Treasurer of Spokane Ckmnty, Wash- ington, and addressed as shown in the tax rolls of the Treasurer of Spokane County, Washington. and to the address thereon ahow, a notioe setting forth the rmture of the proposed improvement. the total estimated cost of said im- provement, the estimated benefits to the particular lot, tract or parcel of land, and the date of the hearing before the Oity Council as provided i this Reso- lution, such Notice shall be mailed as herein provided at least fifteen (16) days prior to the date fixed for such hearing; and, Be It Further Resolved that such resolution shall be published in two cor secutive issues of the Cheney Free Press, the legal newspaper of the City of Che- hey, Washington, and of general circula- tion therein, the first publication to be at least fifteen (15) days prior to date fixed for such bearing'. Pased by the Cour, cil this 26th day of May, I964. Nolan Brown, Mayor of Cheney, Washington Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk (June 19, 1964) I would like to extend my sincere thanks and appreci- ation to the 600 voters rep- resenting all parts of the Cheney school district who expressed their confidence in me by voluntarily peti- tioning the Cheney School Board asking that I be rec. ommended for appoint. ment to fill the vacancy on the Board created by the res. ignation of E. H. Wagoner. Garnett Boots