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I Page 8 Cheney Free Pres Pride, Jtme 19, 1964 HEADING HOME--Randy Garvin of the Windsor Red Sex ducks his head and goes for the plate as Doug Parker of Che- ney team 1 waits to put the tag on him in Little League base- hell opener here Tuesday at Fisher Field. Cheney won 17.10. Cheney Teams Will Play 9 Regular League Games; Crabb, Langton Sparkle By Terry Gamon Little League baseball sched- ules were armounced th week by the Spokane County Park and Recreation Department. EaCh Chermy team will phy nine regular season, games. There is one four-team league fo each age vin here. All Cheney teams saw c- tmn in games Monday ad: Tuesday. The A league games were high-scoring affairs While the AA games featured good pitching. The Cleney AAA team defeated Four Men,ntis 10-2 on the pitching of. Phil Conrath and George Rosnz- wang. Mike IAddell hit a home run for Chancy. Mound Pair Hot Cheney No. 4 downed Am- her 7-3 Monday niglt ,as lill Crabb pitched a once, tier. Home runs by Jolm G amon and Dave Bartlett featured a six- run outbm-st in the fifth inn- ilg hh gave Oheney the win. Ctms Ingtan ttn&apos;ew a one,hitter in AA actiun Tues- day to lead OheeT No. 5 to a 4-2 win over CheneT No. 6. In the A league opener the Lions beat the Devils 13-7 with Lanne Sadem and Nicky Mil- ler doing the pitching. The Jets beat the Windsor Red Sex 16-10 Tuesday with Bo0v Sal.x and Steve Wilson pitch- ing. @.es will be played Mon- day, Tuesday, Thursday and Fri4ay. Starting times axe 6:30 and 8:30 p. m. All C.hene teams will play at Fisher Field except the AAA team, Which plays all its games at Medical Iake. BULLETIN League officials announced today that starting times have been changed to 6:30 and 8:30! p. m, instead of the times list- ed in the following schedules, Terry Gamon said today. The schedules should be readjusted to the new times, as the ones published were already in print when the new decision was made. The dates are cor- rect but the original starting times of 5:45 and 8 p. m. have been changed to 6:30 and 8:30 p. m. THE SCHEDULES: A LEAGUE ames will be played o MozMays, Tuesdays, Thursdays 'and Pridays at Fisher Field in Chancy. Last team lied is the tmme team, June 18---Windmr Red Sox vs., Choney 3, 5:45 p. m. Jun l,ey 2 vs., Che. , net 1, 5:45 p. m. I June 22mWindsor Red Sex ! ] vs., OAeney 2, 5:45 p. m. June 23Ohmey 3 vs., Cha- ncy 1, 5:45 p. m. June 25---Cheney 3 vs., Ohe-: ny 2, 5:45 p. m. June 26--Windsor Red Sex vs., Oheney 1, 5:45 p. m. Jtme 29--Cheney 3 vs. Wi, nd- or Red Sex, 5:45 p. m. Jtme 30---Cheney 1 vs., Ce- hey 2, 5:45 p.*m. July 6--Cheney 2 vs., Wind- sar Red Sex, 5:45 p. m. July 7--43heney 1 vs., Ohe- ney 3, 5:45 p. m. July 9--Cheney 2 vs., Ohe- nay 3, 5:45 p. m. July 10--Ceney 1 vs., Wind- sox Red Sox, 5"45 p. m. July 15'--Wimlsr Red Sox vs., Cerey 5', 5:45 p. m. Jy 14--Chancy 1 vs., Ohe- rtey 2, 5:45 p. m. July 16---Cheney 2 vs., Wind. sor Red S0x, 5:45 p. m. July 17Gheney 3 vs., Che. nay 1, 5:45 p. m. AA LEAGUE Cmes will be played on MoRdays, Tuesdays, Thursday and Fridays at Fisher FieM in Chen/. Last team listed is the home team. June 18--Chancy 4 vs. Cne - ney6,8p, m. June 19---Amber vs., Che- nay 5, 8 p. m. June 22---Amber vs., Che- ny 6, 8 p. m. June 23--C)heney 4 vs Ce nay 5, 8 p. m. Jue 25---Cheney 4 vs., Am- ber, 8 p. m. June 26--heney 6 vs., Che- ey5, 8 p. m. June 29Cheney 6 vs., Ohe- hey 4, 8 p. m. June 3'0--heney 5 vs., Am- ber, 8 p. m. July 6--Chancy 6 vs., Am- ber, 8p. m. July 7--Cheney 5 vs., Ohe- nay4, 8 p. m. July 9Cheney 4 vs., Am- I ber, 8 p. m. / July 10---Cheney 5 vs:., Che- ney 6, 8 p. m. July 13--Chancy 6 vs., Che- ney4, 8 p. m. July 14--Amber vs., Cheney 5, 8 p. m. July 16---Amber vs., Cheney 6, 8p. m. July 17--Cheney 4 vs. Ohe- ney 5, 8 p. m. AAA LEAGUE AH games will be played at Medical Lake High School. The last team named is the home team. June 18---Wi, ndar vs. Ohe- hey, 5:45 p. m. Four Maurrds vs. Medical Lake, 8 p. m. June 23--Winds,or vs. Four Mounds, 5:45 p. m. Cheey vs. Former EWCiN01ed Violinist Student In IWdl Presenl Recital Here 12 (0ncerts Here Soprano Patric Lee's reci- tal Mon4ay e.vening at Eastern Wahiav,n State Cllege will be a homecoming perfbvn- once for the 1955 EWSC alum- la. Miss Lee is a n,ative of Odessa and a gradua,te of West Valley Hiffh SchM. As ,an EW. SC student, she was a member of the Epsilon Iota chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, internatioqa,1 music honora,ry sorority, and was the first scholarship award winner of the Spo,kane Alum- na eapter. The Spokane .Mumna, in her hrer, will hold a recepti,0n Vlinist, eomp0er, enduc- tar Frederic Bahzs will we- nt tw vi<fln performances at Eastern Washington State College tlis week. Tlmrsday eve,nJng he will be featured in a program in Sh0- walter Auditorium <m the EW- SC campus which will be high- lighted by Bach's "Crmeto for Two Violins and Sirgs," in d minor. arvin Mutchn,ik, a mem- ber of the EWSC music f,acul- ty and concert master of the Spokarm Symphony Orchestra will play the Bach c0mpasi- tmn with Bahzs. MORRII$ON & HUPPIN 606 Fidelity EMIt., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS N). 73506 [n the Superior Court of the State )f Washington in amt for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate o4 FREDA LEIBRECHT, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administratrix de bonis non bf the above estate in this Court ar*d has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havirg claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 604 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washin,'ton or upt;.n Morrisor, & Huppin, 604 Fidelity Build- ing, the attorv, eys of record at their office at 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash, and file such claim with proof of such service ir the office of the clerk (f the above court, in the City of Spokar, e. Washington, within six months after the first publication of this otice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publicatior, of this rotlce is 19th day of June, I964. Norine Whiting Executrix de bonis rmn of the above estate. Mm'rison & Huppin By: W. D. Morrison Attorneys 604 Fidelity Bldg.: Spokane, Wash. (June 19-July 3) SMITH, SMITH & SMITH 615 Spokane & Eastern Bide, Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77294 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROBERT H. HAMILTON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- *A- PATRONIZE YOUR DVERTISERS * flowing the recital at he home of Dr. and Mrs. George W. L0tzenhiscr for Mu Phi Epiln members and their guests. Foll'0wi,,g her grad.nation flln EWSC in 1955 with high- est honors and degrees in mu- sic and education, s,he studied at the New Eingland Co,nscva - , tody of Music, who,re she re-: eeived "a master (ff music de- gree. Her recital will be h,etd in Showal,ter Auditorium on the EWSC campus in C!heney Start- ing ,at 8:15 p. m. Admission is free. Miss Lee will be accomlan- ied .at the pian,o by Mrs. Jean Stevens. HELEN HOMER OSU GRADUATE Helen Ramona Homer of Chormy was graduated fom Oregon State University last week with a 4agree in the Sebol of Business arid Tech- m)logy. A record 2,134 degrees were conferred this year at OSU's 95th a,nu.al commencement. Track Meet Set Any0,ne i,aterested in partie- ipating in .a track and field meet at the Eastern Washing- ton St.ate CHege track Wed- nesday aftern,oon at 4:30 should meet at the field blach- e,s. The meet is open for bys and givis from age fi and over, Pat White,hill said today. Medical Lake, 8 p. m. Jue 25---Windsor vs., Medi-{ eal Lake, 5:45 la. m. Four 1otmds vs., Chem,ey, 8 p. m. Jtme 30---Medical Lake vs., Fvu Mounds, 5:45 p. m. Cha- ncy vs., Windsor, 8 Juy 7Medtca,1 PLake'm" vs. Cheney, 5:45 p. m. Four lounds vs., Windsor, 8 p. m. July 9---Cheny vs., Four Motmds, 5:45 p. m. Medical Lake vs., Windsor, 8 p. m. July 14--Wi .dsar vs., Che- hey, 5:45 p. m. F(mr Mounds vs., Medical Lake, 8 p. m. July 16--Windsor vs., Four M0ads, 5:45 p. m. Cheney vs., Medical Lake, 8 p. m. Windsor Little League BENEFIT DANCE WINDSOR GRANGE, SATURDAY, JUNE 20, 9 P, M.-1 A. M. LIVE MUSIC, SOFT DRINKS, COFFEE AND HOME MADE PIZZAS. EVERYONE COME. ADMISSION $1 PERSON. SPECIAL Odds and Ends of Wallace and International Sterling Flatware at 25% off Smith Jewelers MEETING Southwest Spokane Co. Weed Committee 8 p. m., Monday, June 22 Guest Speaker, Keith Wallace CHENEY IMPLEMENT CO. BLDG. A string orche,stra, p'0vid- ed th:rugh the cooperation of Local 105 o,f the American Federation of Musicians by a grant from the Music Pevforr- ance Trust Fun: of the Record- ing Induslries, will accompany the two violinists. It will be cnducted by Dr. Ge0vge W. I,otzenh,iser, chairman of the EWSC music d'epa.vment. In his ol,0 selections, Bal- azs will be avcomp,ae,d by ,his wife, An,n BsAazs, a noted pia- nist in her own right. The p, startn,g at 8:15 p. m., will be in Sh'owzlt- er Auditorium on the EWSC campus. The public is iaved, and admission is free. Balazs and Mrs. Bahzs will present a sonata recital Fridtay movrfin,g featuring the works of Bach, Schubert and Beetho- ven. This program will be in the EWSC Hall of Sciences Auditorium starting at 10:30 a. m.  is also open to the tmb- lie without clarge. We are ,at wr with the Cm- mimicks and the sooner every red-blooded America!a xeatizes this .the safex we wilt be.J. Edgar Koover. Maytag Laundry Clean, Full Sized Machines 0 GALLONS OF WATER PER CYCLE. FOR SUP- PLIES, CHANGE OR HELP, JUST RING FOR A'VrEND- ANT . . NO NEED TO BOTHE1R MERCHANTS FOR CHANGE. Owned By Local Resident CORNER 2ND & H STS. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a tub due to some handicap. Today 125 handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people .--handicepped peop|e." CALL  MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. / THIS GOOD LIFE signed have been appointed Executrix and Executor of the above estate ir this Court and have qualified accordingly, amt that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 615 Spokane & & Eastern Building, Spokane. Washing- ton or upo Smith, Smith & Smith the attorneys of record at their office at 615 Spokane & Eastern Bldg., Spokane, Washing'ton, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court and the city of Spokane, Wash., within six months after be first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first mblication of this n,otice is 19th day of June, 1964. Hattie Belie Hamilton and Melvir C. Iamilton, Ev;ecutrix and ]xecutor of the above estate. Del Cart Smith Attorney 615 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washin.on (June 19-July 3) Wash., and file such claim such service in the office, the above Court at the Washington, within six the first publication of they will be forever Date of the first notice is 19th day of Harold C. the above estate. Paul A. Clausen AttorneJ Clausen & Gemmill 702 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washington (June 19-July W. KENNETH JONES 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77363 In the Superior Court of the State o! Washington, in and for the Couty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate ot M. GAlL KARPINSKI. deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under signed has been appointed A]ministrator ot ne above estate in this coulc and ass qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to ;erve claims, i lUiy t ,,l.l iei x 11.11 lit., -:tl. 3 v(: : upon the undersizn,t at N. 1904 Lacey St., Spokane, Wash., or upon W. Ken- ncth Jones the attorney of record at his office at 309 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Wn., and file such claim with proof of The above description such service in the office of the clerk of Un, its 1 and 2, set the above court at the City of Spokane, extent of the Washingtor*, within six months after the be known as "Local first publication of this notice, or they rict No. 8." will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this l That a hearing notice is 19th da: of June, 1964. I be held before said ell Chambers at the John R. Karpinski Admiristrator of] ney, Washington, o: the above estate. [ July. 1964, at 8:69 "W. Kenneth Jones, Attorney . 309 Fidelity Bldg., Spokar, e, Wash. ]which time an<] I) b (June 19-July 3) ] andmay presentdesire tOsuchOhject ]2ave, CLAUSEN & GEMMILL I The engineer of said 762 Fidelity Bldg.. Spokane 1, Wash.  directed to submit to at or prior to the time NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77304 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROY PAUL KIRBY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed administratrix of the above estate it, this Court ann has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to erve ela'ms, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at W. 324 Francis Avenue, Spokane, Washington or upon Paul A. Clausen the attorney of record at his office at 702 Fidelity 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, Wash., within six months after the first Publicatior* of this notice, or they will be orever hart'cal. Date of the first publication of this notice is 19th day of June, t964. Ida Kirby Administrati'ix of the above estate. Paul A. Clausen Attorney Clausen & Gemmill 792 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (June 19-July 3) ----'L-AI-TSF, N &: GEMMILL 702 Fidelity Bide., Spokane RESOLUTION RESOLUTION Be it Resolved by City of Cheney That it is the cil, and such intenticn clared, to improve the situated in The Additi0 Second Additior to County, State of the same with mix to a width of at by the construction (f Said stree:[s are [NIT 1 : "J" Street in said n.orthwesterly line of to the southeasterly line Street and from the of West Sixth Street to line of Seventh Street, UNIT 2 : "K" Street in, said the northwesterl line Street to the Sixth Street. That the cost and of the improvement rained separately as neal n(t tie assessment rate puted or. lhe basis of the of each unit. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77328 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Oounty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MARIE LOUISE SUTHERLAND, de- ,'ea.ed. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified aecordingly, and that all Per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified. ith necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 712 Westmont Way. Spokane. Whingtcm or la Panl A. Clausen tbe attorrmy of record at his office at 702 Fidelity Building. Spokane, hearing the estimated of each unit of the certify it to the of said City, together and irformation in his ing the proposed seription of the trict a statement in improvement asaement unpaid again*t the proposed district and the aggregate actual real estate including cet (25%) of the the improvements in trict according to placed upon it for the oral t axatio. Be It Further of Hearing of this given by the Clerk to reputed owner, of any eel of land, or other benefited by the by mailing to the owner, or, of the property rolls of the County kane Coun;y, as shown in the tax urer of Spokane and to the addresS ncAice setting forth proposed mated cost of each benefits to the parcel of land, and hearixg before the vided in. this shall be mailed as least fifteer, (15) days 1 fixed for such hearing Be It Further Resolution shall be secutive issues of the the legal newspaper Chancy, Washington, circulation therein, the to be at least fifteer, the date fixed for such Passed by the Council May, 1964. Nolan Brown yoe of Cheney, Washin Attest: loy Peas, (June The good life is a full life, complete with the comforts and conveaien of a full living standard. It is also a balanced life, in which the stimulation of carning your vCay in the world is sharpened by the relaxadon of an enjoy. able leisure time. How did you learn about the labor-saving tools and omfo that ,try- round your good life? Probably through advertising. What Is mor{b you can probably afford them only because of the freedom of omptltlo brought about by advertising. Because it can advertise, a company n offer improve! pfoduct or better pric to anyone in the nation, and qulddy obtain the advaatagta elf mass production. Because they can advertise, compaaI ha Am I provided the good life for practically everybody. Can any other na $ as much? ADVERTISING HELPS YOU ENJOY THE GOOD L.IFIg