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Gilbert & Brooke estate in this Omrt, and and that all IL against said deceas- , f ,, serve claims, duly veri- - ....... vouchers, upon the  FOR SALE Washington or New 2 br. Tri-level with 3rd Spacious one bedroom apt. in- Br in daylite bsmt. Built in eludes range, refrigerator. :Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Terms. Phone 235-4175 m15tf Bob Wilson, 221 First. Home phone 235-4175. a3tf 50,000 feet rew surfaced lum- ber. 6, 10 and 12 inch sheath- Wash. 992O1 ing, $45 M. 2x4's, $35 M. 2x6 to 2x12, $40 M. 2x6 tongue & Ericson groove, $60 M. N. 2505 Center, Bank Building[ Spokarte (Certer is 7700 B']'ock .._99201 I East Trent) WA 6-6756. HEARING [ m15-j26 t of the State of I  -- r the County of4 bedroom oMer ,h, ome, 2 the Welfare of I baths, 0dl .heat, close to col- A nO(o aml !tege. 235-4027. F.H.A. terms. i j5-tf the attterney of at 912 Paulseu Bldg., and file such claim such service in the the above court at Wn. within six Publication of this be forever barred. publication of this of June, 1964. Executor of the that there Court a petition of the permarr of Terry on December 28, and Child corporation, arid adoption, there first be that the coT,- to such nc/c required by law. purpose will be July, 1964, at the courtroom of the Supreme County Court- or in of the Court to nay then and there and where all ! appear and J should such ptition Three piece maple bedro(m set; rose colored oontor lounger, excellent condition. Reason,able. 235-4958 after 5. j12-19 Upright practice or recreation room piarto. $40. Ellizabeth Smith, 110 N. llth St. j12-19p Corsole TV. $10.00. Air condi- t2ener $15.00. 235-4075. jl2p ALL ON ONE FLOOR 1 bedroom furnis, hed apt. for rent for the summer quarter, $47.50 per month. 235-6553. m29tf 3 bedroom house, $85 month. 116 6th St., phone 235-4475. m29-j26 Leasing now for summer and fall: 1 m" 2 bedroom furnish- ed arid unfurnished apts.. Write 1214 E 43rd, Spokane, phone MA 4-0692 or RI 7-7553. j12t,f 3 bedroom unfurnished house. In, quire at College Itm. j19 2 B. R. furni,shed apt, North 6th St. 235-4747. j19 Furnished Apts. for rent. $48 ad $55. Mrs. Robert Roach. 1003 Lincoln St. j19 Two or three bedro0,m fur- rtished apartment. 305 N. T hEird. Phone 235-4075. j19 Sm,ll house avaihbte for summer. Phone 235-4427. 200 Expeded For PTA Confab With "Lead'ers:hip and Hu- in,an Values' as its theme, the annual Eastern WasNnigton Parent-Teacher  Assae,iation Summer Leadership Confer- on,co to be held at Eastern Washington State Cotl, ege Wed- ne,sd, ay ,and Thursday is ex- pected to draw more than 200 pare,nts and PTA oficers. Mrs. G. E. Pierce, Millw'ood, second vice presiden of the W.ashington Congres,s of Par- ents and Teachers, is p.hnning committee clairman. Dr. Joe W. Chatburn, EWSC summer quarter coorrator, is co,n- feren.ee director. Our threat ts from ,the in- sidious forces wor king from I within which have a,lre,ady so drastically altered the c;hrac- ter of (mr ree instituli(ms-- !Gen. Douglas MacAthur. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Before the City Council of the of Cheney, Washington. Notice ls Hereby Given that the City Plannir*g Commissiou of the City of Cheney has presented to and filed with the City Courcil of the City of Chen'ey its recommendation that the following sections of the Cheney City Code relat- ing to zoning be amended, to-wit: Sec. 21.58.070 relating to building height ; Sec. 21.44.010 relating to minimum requirements in' residen,tial zones; Sec. 21.24.030 (b) relating to minimum play2 'round area for multiple dwelling ur, its ; and Notice Is Further Given that the City Council of the City ot Cheney will hold a public hearing on said recommenda- tions of the Plan,ning Commission at the Council Chambers ii% the C%eney Light jl9pl Dept. Bldg., Cheney, Washingtou on June ' 39, 1964, at the hour of 8:00 p. m. on said day at which time any person may be nat be there- and the prayer John H. Lally. Court, and seal this 10th day Clerk SMITH 1, Wash. HEARING 77326 the State of the County of Adoption of lEE and HAR- Minors. to all whom it that there a petitio named chil- ar adjudica- such proceed- Purpose will be of July, 1964, m., at the Pro- Court to such said matter transferred, Persons interested Why such made, and should nut and the prayer John J. Lally, and' the affixed this Clerk Clerk of the State of the COunty of Joint Ven- the said W. ned to appear the date of Summons, days after the md defend the above-ertitled of the of your attorney and in ease Judgment will according to which has said Court. herein is judgment fes, as a lier* lght Address : Building 12, 1964 Wn.--99201 :ONs the State of County of Vs. PABKER, de- BUilding 17) 3 bedroom hom,e ,an corner lot. Has large living room with panellirg, automatic electric heat, carport with storage shed. Terms. Call Ed Doten Real Estate For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- 424 1st St. 235-4050 ety, things you no longer j12tf need or use. Help Us To Help New ,3' ,bedvoom custom The Poor. For pickups call BE $15,800.00. Worth more, 3 5-6814. j18tf lg. bdrm, lie. rm. w/fireplace, For well drilling "Try Ie attached garege, fu bsement. Fry". 30 years experience. Ken Morl, an 235-4084 WMmer S. 1007 Walim Rd., Spokane Real,ty, 603-4 Columbia Bldg. 63, Wsh. WA 6-0303. j 12tf 3 bedroom, full basement louse, good location, f@e- phce, 1,rge lot $12,000. Pa W.hitehill. 359-2436. j 12-26 3 becte, oo:m louse c]Jose to col- lege, 2 bathrooms large liv- hg room, fire place, spa,os kitchen, excelle remtt'al Frap. Low interest rates. 235-4516. j12tf 23' tcres close to Amber, part- ly :fenced. Garden Sleet; new house with ment, partial- ly finished; barn ,and chicken .house. $1,600 tmtii July 1. See F. McIney, Arner. j19-26p Bargains! Se,llirg go,od used f,ueniture. Stoves, refriger- ators, chas, ta, be,s, spring cots' and mattresses, dacron- port and chair, carpe:ing. Own- er George Buck, new address, 204 rst, corner of "H". j19 "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nicely dec0eated, split lev- el, only 2 yrs. aid; new dis- trict. Owner's leaving t0n. Must sell. 3 BDRM. $14,000 CLASS Newer home near h(mes in $20,000 ebBS, close t,o schools. Ken orhn 235-4084 Widmer Reality 603 Cu,mbi:a Bldg. Furnished apartmen, t for rent. 119 W. 6th, phone 235-6525. j 19tf SPECIAL m5-jy3p Will pay a good price for US andCanadia'n coins. Free ap praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney j 19tf WANTED TO RENT i Permanent Cheney r.der.ts want 2 bedaom home to rent or lease. MuJst have ade- quate parking. Phone 23'5-6298. j19-26p Want ,to rent or lese with op- tiou to buy, one to five acres. preferably Cheney.Four Ikes ara, with twbedroom home. Call Spokane RI 7-8257 ai'ter 5 p. m. rd weekends. j19-26 CUSTOM HOMES Let us build on your lt, or o,trs ,to suit you, and "Save." We al aage for FHA or Cnvn$inl nan- cing. Call Ken Me,)an 235-4084. W, idm Reaky 603-4 Colmbia BM.g. j 12tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboardmotor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service.  Phone BE 5-4400. tf Care of children i,n, my home. 235-4186. j12-19p King size mttress, like new, $ HELP WANTED $50.00, Marc C'apper, Sa, fe New Avon regresentative in way store. 235-4938 days. j19-26p Cheney area. Oa'll collect KE 5-3497. j 12-26 1947 Dodge aA ton pickup. overloads, good ru'bber, cat- FOUND tle racks, runs good, $175. Cll 235-6532. j19 Bracelet at City Hall puppet show. Identify ,and pay for HOMES FOR SALE Older 5 bed,rvm brick with carport. 1% baths. Large kitchen with eating space. Dining room and nice living area. CIse to sthop- ping. Full price $9,500.00, $1,000.00 down, balance on terms,. SEE THIS 3 bedroom home w,th ufefl- ity room. Dishw'her, oil furn, aee. On corner lot. Reas- onaMy priced at $10950.00 wth $2,000.00 domm and easy monMy panenSs. Wm. P. Geschke Cheney 235.4778 Tri-State Realty Inc. W. 933 3rd., SlMane, Wash. RI 7-3047 %th%st. of The permy good men pay  .lunty of for irdifferene to Imblic f- o fNrs s to be mled by evil men la. NEW BOOK by RoIW F. ScUll YANK IN YUCATAN -Rdda$ mmtm sto. Dovm-to-eth gk" d. L. Ficr, "RefrehMg cxpeden" Dr. 7. M. F Mtt. of &'l. at Nr. HiS. *'latmm phio portrayal and tUmlShg &" Milton R. Hunwr, PhD. Mormo CIvah. 42 lllra  $3.95 THE SOUTH AND THE NATION llal ea race 1 edulm,  a real Amdc document" Tim Book   Ledon calls It, "Nol oMy a  pMa I lh outm mes  s ohere al lmm Island Preas 600 Rahla Via, Ft. Myers Beach, Fla. ad. j19 Ladies watch and bracelet. Identify and pay for ad at Free Press. j9 WANT TO GiVE AWAY W aned good home for wte female kitten. Phgne 235- 4075. j19 HAROLD V. JOHNSON 1929 Nw. Bird, Spokane, W,uth. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 76101 In tke Superior Court of um State of Washington  and for the Onty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Ea'mte of ROBERT B. MAWHINNIE, deceased. State of Washington, County of S kar.-. Notioe is hereby given that George I ,Pohlmn, the Administrator of thel above e,ate has rendered and [ presented for settlement to, and J filed in the Superior Court Of Spokane[ County, State of Washlgton his Final| Account as such Administrator and a ] petition for the distribution of Bald se-[ tai, in' which the Court is asked to } settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Adminis- trator, and that Wednesday, the 15th day of July, 1964, at the hour of 2:00 o'clock p. m., at the Court room of eur said Superior Court, in the City of Spo- kane, in said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Flnl Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing tbereto and contest the same. Dated this 17th day of June, 1964. Gee. E, Fallquist, County Clerk end Clerk of the Superior Court. (June 19-July 3) Whenever the pooIle are we informed, they can be trusted wih hir own govexn- meat--Tha Jefferson  Wash. heard for or against said recommenda- tions. A copy of the proposed ordinence making the amendments recommended by the City Planning Commission has been filed with the City Clerk and may be examined during business hours by any person in,terested. y Order of the City Council: BRoy FoBs ,City Clerk, City of Cheney (June 19, 1964) NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Before the City Planning Commissiou of the City of Clzeney, Washington. Notice Is Hereby Given that there has beer presented to and filed with the Plarming Commission of the City of Cheney, Washington, a petition to change the Zoning Map of the City of Cheney by rezoning Blocks 28, 21, 12 and 5 i Reservoir Park Additiou To Cheney. in Spokane County, Washington from the present R-3 Zone to R-2 Zone'. Notice Is Further Given that there has been preset*ted to and filed with the Plauning Commission of the City of Cheney, Washin.-ton, a petition to chane the Zoning Map of the City of Cheney, by rezoniug that portiere of Ranges Addition and of Ranges Second Additior to Cheney, in Spokane County, State of Washingtor. lyin south of West Second Street. west of Washing- ton Street and north of Primary State Highway No. 11 from (3-2 Zone to R-3 Zone. Notice Is Further Given that the Planning Commission of the City of Cheney will hold a public hearirg er said petitions at the Council Cham- bers i the Cheney Light Bldg., Che- ney, Washington, on June 24, 1964. at the hour of 7:30 p. m, 0 said day at which time any person: lay be heard fur or against said petition.- Plarmng Commissi2 City of Cher By: R. F. Miller, Chairman (June 19, 1964) Hamblcn, Gilbert & Brooke 915 lauln ldg., pokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS I No. 7828 r the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of SIMON GEORGE ALLEN. deceased. Notice is bereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havirg claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, up on the undersigned at East 3401 Bald- win Avenue, Spokane, Washington upor Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke the attorneys of record at their office at 912 Paulsen Building, Spokane. Wash.. and file such claim with proof of such service iu the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Wash. within six months after the first! publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred, i Date of the first publication of this ntice is 19th day of June, 1964 Josephine L, Allen, Executrix of the above estate. Philip S. Brooke, Jr., Attorney 912 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (June 19-July 3) Richter, Wimberley & Ericson Suite 708 Old National Bldg., Spokane, Washington  99201 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 315 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY D. REPP, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appoirted Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havin claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims. duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned at 708 Old Nationel Bank Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley & Ericso the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old National Ean& Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first publicatior of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this n, ottce is 19th day of June, 1964. Emma W. Repp, Executrix of the above estate. Paul H. Richter Attorney of Richter. Wimberly & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane. Wash. (June 19-July 3) II K.th. W|.to. * D.ld [I $14 Spokne & Ealtem Bldg., Spokanelt NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT oF ESTATE J | . . No. 7380 t n the Superior Court of the State of I Washington in and for the Courty of | Spokane. I In the Matter of the Estate of [ JOHN BERGER, deceased. State of Washingtou, County of Spo- | kane.--ss. ! Notice is hereby given that Nelson B. I Repseld, the Administrator of the above | estate has rendered and presented for set- ] tlemet to, and filed in the Superior | Court of Spokane County, State of Wash- | ington his Final Account as such Admin [ istrator and a petition for the dis-| tribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, ] escheat the lroperty to the State of J Washington, and discharge the said Nel- [ son B. Repsold, and that Wednesday,] the 15th day of July, 1964, at | the hour of 19:00 o'clock a. m., | at the Court room of our said Superior | Court, in the City of Spokane, in said | Spokane County. bas been duly fixed | for the hearing and settlement of said | Final Accoun and Petition for Dis-| tribution, at whlch time and place any I person lnerested in asld estate may[ appear and file his exceptions in writ-[ i thereto and contest the same. | Dated this 12th day of Jure, I964. | Gee. E. Failquist, County Clerk and | Clerk of the Superior Court J By Fxlward W. Huneke, Deputy J (June 19-July ) m , A __..Dnvle .ohhin, Friday, June 19, 1964 Ct,en____ey Free  Page5 GetsSth01arshtp-": Witnesses r BetzAflending T0 Switzerland Gather For }Nalural Rei0urtei Enid, Okla.--Doyle Dobbins ---- -- f Chene'y, s'enirinthePhil" I ,t tamp Meeling lips University gradu,ate selni- r.,:iry, will leave in September The Jehova,h s Witnesses Rudy Betz, a 1964 graLduaCe for Bc,ssey, Switzerland, to at- tend the I'nstitute for Ecumen- ical Studies during the winter term. His wife, Beverly, who will accompany him, is a seni.ar at Phi[lip:s. The Graduate Seminary has granted the Dobbins a $750 scholarsp for the study. The DOYLE DOBBINS amount can be used to pay a : port,an of the tuition, board and room, or transportation to and from the Ecamenical In, I stitute. The seminary participates in this program eve fifth year. Each year, a semirmry tn the bLrotherh'ood of Chista Clmrches (Disciples of Christ) .has ,an oplortunity to send a student. Doyle is student minister at Medford (Okla:) Clhristiaa Church. A native of h,e,ne,, be graduated from Northwest Christian College, Eugene, Ore., with a A. B. degree in 1959. Beverly also attended there. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ctareree Dbbins of Medical Lake. A bother, Glenn Db- hiss, I'ives on Rt. 2, Crene. How are you managing the tax payme at your lt0se? At ottrs were using the lay- Hamblen, i:Gllbert & Brooke 212 Paulseh Bldg., Spokane. Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77256 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of tho Estate of FLORENCE T. ALLEN, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administratrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are requii-ed to serve claims, duly vrified, with necessary vouchers: ,,ntm the undersigned at East 3401 Baldwin Avenue, Spokane. Washingtoa or upon Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke the attorneys of record at their office at 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Wash.. within six months after the first publicatim of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of tbe first Dublicatior ef this rotice is 19th day of June, 1964. Josephine L. Allen Admiristratrix of the above estate. Philip S. Brooke, Jr. Attorney 912 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (June 19-July 3) Complete Real Estate Service Listings needed for our buy- ors. We Trade Sell All Types of Property and Buy Contracts. See, Write or phone -- STAN SPEAR M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7.7116 a30tf three-day circuit convetion opens to,night .a,t 6:45 at the high school auditorium. Everett Story, presiding mn. lister .of the local eongrewati, an, said the convention will serve ,as a ministerial training con- fererce, presenting p.metical methods of public Bible speak- ing and teachi,ng for the visit- ing delegates to a,r@ty in the educational wrk ,of their local congregations. Members will come from 18 congregation, s making up Circuit 3, emhrac- upward of 1,200 members. The eenenti*on is pa of pIogressive trair, i'g vrogvam spensvred by the Watchtower Society, Wi%ness governing body, every six months. Convention o,fficialS released a can.densed program for the three-ctay conclave, highlights of which appear below, and pointed out tlt all sessions of th, e convention are 0p,en to the punic. Friday, 7 p. m.--"Around the World with Jehova,h's Wit- nesses"--Open,irtg address by coavetttion clairman and Win- ,cipl speaker, Marvin L. Hol- ion. 7:15 p. m.--Public Bible speaking class, followed by ap- propria:te counsel by Holies!. 8:15 p. m.--Model min,stry development class, "Pressing on to Maturity." Satur4a% 9 a. m.--"Make Kown The Word of Lffe"An introduion to the field m2n- istry in the Chen,ey area. 1:30 p. m.Dedication and baptism. Baptism talk to be given by He)ion, ,after hich candid'ates are completely im- mersed in water in baptism. 7:15 p. m.--"Proela:imm,g 'Everlasting Good News' Around the Wortl"Two-hour color film, prtraying w0vlfl- wide expansion of Jehovah's Witnesses mini,stry work. Sunday, 9 'a. m.--,'Faif2fful Ful, ffll the Ministry"A con- tin'ation :o4 the field ministry With in,vtations to hear m,a, in of Cheney High School, is at- tending the Inland Empire Nat- urn Resources Youth Camp this week. Approximately 100 boys from W,ahigton and Idaho are in aten,n)ce at Camp Heyburn on Lake Ch,at- colet. Purpose of the camp is to help develop leaders with an u nderstanng of the inter-re. lationships among ,so, water, forest, rarzge, wildlife and rec- reation resources r,d an abil- ity to make objectire decision.s con.cerning resource marage- I rnent and use. The camp will dso provide an pporLunity to earn usefl skiis arid to exllore career possibilities in the natural re. source management fieds. Betz s being sponsored to t'he camp by the Southwest Spokane Soil ,and Water Con- servation District. talk .of the district supervisor. 3 p. m.Public address, "Facing Up to the Urgency f Our Times principl talk by Hoien, free to public, no col- Iectios. 5:30 p. m.--"Sdy the Wd of IMe"--Cling address lay the district suezarior. It's better to be a little la down here titan to be a litt,le early up there. Ease ff on the ccelerat,or and take time to enjoy life. All Your Printing Needs Cheney Free Press Jack's Garage AUTO REPAIRS 24 HR. EMERGENCY TOWING We Have The "Key Charge Plan" 21S First St. 235-657 or 235-4468 m15-i19 MADDUX CLEANERS & TAILORS HAVEYOUR RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED DURING THE SUMMER VACATION. Have your older suits repaired or remodeled now. Call 235-6260 for advise or information Maddux Cleaners and Tailors WOULD YOU BELIEVE . . that a city now in ruins for more than 1,500 years could affect your life? YET IT CAN .. and is--in many ways every deyl For out of this city, Babylon of old, hev sprung symbols and ceremonies that have become a part of the way of Ife of nearly aH peoples on earth. But... THAT IS NOT ALL! .. becaus the mark that Babylon has left on every surviving civilization is a chdly one, one that will bring ruin to all person affected by it. Whet evidences Ere there of that mark? What is being done world wlde to liberate you and your family from becoming victims of Babylon's fate? Come! See And Hear (1) Two-hour color film Proclaiming "Everlasting Good News" Around The World Saturday, June 20, 7 p. m. (2) Public Bible lecture Facing Up To The Urgency Of Our Times Sunday, June 21,3 p. m CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM FREE All Goodwill Persons Welcome FREE