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Gilbert & Brooke Serve claims, duly veri- LOTS FOR SALE vouchers, uporh the :an(l, Washin:ton or the atttorney of at 912 Paulsen Bldg., and file such claim SUch service in the af the above court at Wn, within six publication of this forever barred. publication of thl of June, 1964. Executor of the New 2 hr. Tri-level with 3rd Br in daylite bsmt. Built in Rng, fireplace. $15,900. Terms. Bob Wilson, 221 First. Home phone 235-4175. a3tf 50,000 feet new surfaced lum- ber. 6, 10 and 12 inch sheath- ing, $45 M. 2x4's, $35 M. 2x6 Wash. 99201 i to 2x12, $40 M. 2x6 tongue & & Ericson groove, $60 M. N. 2505 Center, Bank Building Spokane (Center :is 7700 B'l'ock -- 99201 East Trent) WA 6-6756. Sewer, water, improved street $1,200. $50.00 down, 825.00 me. Bob Wilson Homes lh. 235- 4!75. j26:tf FOR-RI:IT ......... 3 bedroom house, $85 month. 116 6th St., phorm 235-4475. m29-j26 Leasing now for summer and fall: 1 or 2 bedro0m furnish- HEARING of the State of for the County of the W'elfare of A Minor. and to all that there Court a 1)etition of the perma- and control of Terry on December 28, Family and Ohild coil)oration, care ar.d adoption, Lt there first be that the cor to such required by law. purpose will be July, 1964. at the courtroom of the Suoreme County Court- or in of the Court to then and there and where all 11 appear and should m]ch petition rmt be there- and the prayer John H. Lally, Court, and real this lOth day Olerk & SMITH 1, Wash. ' HEARING r7326 of the State of the Comity of ' Adoption of IER and HAR- Minors. to all whom it led that there a petitior, named chil- he adjudiear sueh proceed- Purpose will be of July. 1964. m., at the Pre- Court to such said matter transferred, Persons interested why such and should not and. the Prayer John J. Lally, Court, and the affixed this Clerk Clerk GENUINE ffG .... [E D x ak S e AMoND RI NGS Repsold ILICATION of the State of the OOUnty of A Joint Yen- Defendant. to the said W. to appear the date of SurorIons, days after the Lnd defend the above-ertitled of the Copy of your gned attorney and in case m15-j26 :4 bedroom older ,home, 2 baths, oil heat, close to col- lege. 235-4027. F.H.A. terms. j5-tf Frigidaire electric range. Very :reasonable. Mrs. Leon W hit- iiger, 235-4532. j26 Fresh eggs for sale, 40c dozen. Mrs. Albert Rosenau. 235-6304. j26-jy3p Large handsome maoany chest of drawers, $50. Pea- cock red chair, $3.00 Bureaus, $5.00 to $12.50. Odd.s a.nd ends, antique dishes. Sunday and after, 419 5th, Apt. G. j26 No. 1 R. R. ties, $1.25 or trade f,o,r Mfaifa. RI 7-5245. j26p Riding h, orse, 3 yr. old. bro- ken by teen age girl. Call Gayle Dahl 237-4327. j26p ALL ON ONE FLOOR 3 bedroom ho,me on cornet lot. Has h,rge living room with panelling, automatic electric heat, carport with storage shed. Teems. Call Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St. 235-4050 j 12tf New 3' bedroom custom $15,800.00. Worth nore, 3 lg. bdrm, 'liv. rm. w/fireplace, .attached garage, full basemeaL Ken Morian 2354084 Wktrner Realty, 603-40o}umbia Bldg. j 12tf 3 bedroom, full basement :louse, good location, fire- I, arge lot $12,000. Pt Whitehffi. 359-2436. j12-26 3 bed, room house close to col- lege, 2 baChroras large liv- ing room, fire place, spacids kitchen, excele reN prop. Low interest rtes. 235-4516. j 12tf 23' acres 0se to Amber, pat- 15, fenced. Garden spot; new house with basement, partial- ly fnished; bar nd chicken ,house. $1,600 tmtii July 1. See F. McKLnley, Amber. ,j 19-269 "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nicely decorated, split le,v- el, ony 2 .ym,. od; new dis- trier. ,Owner s leavi,n,g town. Must sell. 3 BDRM. $14,000 C'LASS Newer lme oar tmes ed and unfurnished apts.. Write 1214 E 43rd, Spokane, phone MA 4-0692 or RI 7-7553. j12t{ Furnished apa,rtment for rent. 119 W. 6th, phon:e 235-6525. jl9tf Rental optionAmost new 3 B. R. Full bsmt. $125.00 mo. Bah Wilson. Home phone 235- 4175. j26tf 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. jlatf For well drill!ing "Try Lee Fry". 30 years experience. S. 1007 Walnat Rd., Spokane 63, Wash. WA 6-0303. m5-jy3'p Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414V2 First St., Cheney jl9tf WANTED TO RENT Permanent Chancy residen want 2 be,dr, sam home to rent or lease. Must have ade- quate parking. Phone 25'5-6298. j19-2Op Want .to rent or lese with op- tion to buy, one to five acres, preferably Oheney4our Lakes area, with two-bedroom trome. Call Spolvane RI 7-8257 after 5 p. m..ad weekemds, j19-26 Single ,apt. for e6llege boy be- gin fll quarter, must have refrig,freezer. Les Rose, New- man Lake, WaSh. j26-jy17p CUSTOM HOMES  Let us bmld on your lot, or ours to sut you, and "Save." We ato avrmNe fr FHA ar Conventional Finan- cing. Call Ken Mlan 235-4084. W, idmer Realty 603-4 Columbia Bldg. ,j 12tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Need painting, clean-up or car- pentry done? Call 235-6296. The 'price is ,reasonable ad work guara:nteed, j26p @ HELP WANTED 5udgmer.t will ccording to which has said Court. herei is udgment as a iier brought in $20,000 class, close schools. Ken Morhn 235-4084 Widmer Realty 603 Columbia Bldg. Address : Building 12, 1964 O New Avon representative in King size mttress, like new, Oheney area. Call collect KE $50.00, Mare Capper, Sae- 5-3497. j12-26 way store. 235-4938 days. j 19-26p FOUND W'.--996I the State of Oounty of 8. PARKER, de- Defend- to-wit: failure by the HOMES FOR SALE Olde 5 bedroom brick with carport. 11/2 bats. Large kitchen with eating spce. Dining room and nice living area. Close to sh,p- ping. Full price $9,500.00, $1,000.00 dorn, balance on terms. SEE THIS 3 bedroom home with util- ity room. Dishvtasher, oil furnace. On corner lot. Reas- onably priced at $10,950.00 with $2,000.00 down and easy monthly paym,ens. Wm. P. Geschke Cheney 235.4778 Tri-State Realty Inc. W. 933 3rd., Spokane, Wash. RI 7-3047 Black Labrador, no collar. Call Ed Betz home, 237-4352, Williams Lake. kane, in said Spokane County, has beer duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person irterested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 24th day of June, 1964. Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. (June 26-July 10) WILLIAM B. NOURSE 406 Mohawk Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR ORDER OF DEFAULT AND JUDGMENT I No. 161399 In the Superior Court of the State] of Washlngto in and for the County] of Spokane. i SHERRY L. KING, Plaintiff vs. WAYNE A. KIN(}, Defendant. ] Ta: Wayne A. King, the above named defendant. Building 17) You are hereby notified that an l " Order of Default against you and a l Decree of Divorce by default will be[ and plaee any person' interested In said presented by the plairtiff herein, Sher- ] estate may appear and file his excep- ry L. Kin, g. to the Presiding Department tions in writing thereto and contest the of the above entitled court on ' Tuesday, same. Dated this 26th dny of June, 1964 July 7, 1964, at 2:00 o'clock p. m. or as soon thereafter as plaintiff and Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk and her counsel ca be heard, at the Court Clerk of the Superior Court House in Spokane, Washington. By Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy Dated at Spokane, Washington, this (June 26-July i0) 24th day of June, 1964. Date of publication June 26, 1964. MORRISON & HUPPIN Wliam B. Nourse 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wuh. Attorney for Plaintiff of the State of Office and Post Office Address: William B. lgourse ths COunty of NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE 406 Mohawk Bldg, Spokane, Wash. No. 73529 Other Thrill-Filled Boxed Assortments EARLY AMERICAN , . reg. 2.40 1.98 OED GLORY reg. 4.75 3,95 ZEBRA PACK reg. 5,95 4.95 FAMILY LAWN DISPLAY 76 Safe & Sane Pieces reg. 1 I5 9.95 of In the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of f Spo- pokane. In the Matter of the Estate of MAURICE APPLE, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Washing- ton Trust Bank the Executor of the above estate, has rendei'ed arid presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spo- kane County, State of Washington its Final Account as such Executor and 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, and discharge the said Washington Trust Bank, and that Tuesday, the 21st day of July, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock m., at the Court Room of said in the Oity of Spo- (June 26,. 1964) NEW BOOK by Rul]e F. $cff YANK IN YUCATAN "]ting adv=ntum stor. Dovm-to-==rl I-" A. I. Fiert, "Rmhlag xpden." Dr. 7. M. Vtte, Mt. ot Sd. & Nat. Ht. "I1 book.  Milton . Hunter, PhD, Mormot$ Ch. 42 llles. Cloth $3.95 THE SOUTH AND THE NATION bF r P' Lawt" Aa emlr ttrag fr ulat roeral oa rtee and edeme  law,  dom m Dcby, litor of Rldunond Tlmet-Dl ., I It. Author Gera/d Sykes  R s Ameflenn document" The Boot of Lond calls It, "Not only a powerful plea f Island Pre 2600 Bahia Via Ft. Myer Beach, Fla. [ [ People, Spots In The News IN FULL FLIGHT, eight champiob water skiers make simultaneous .leap while practicing at Cypress}::iiiiiF:ii Gardens, Fla. ................. JOE heavyweight title longest (1937-49) is feted on 50th birthday. ...... , :.: ...... i" ..:i::i]:: ':::'. TRIPLE-TAKE--Nervous citizen on sidewalk moved off it--rapidly--when three B. F, Goodrich secretaries rolled tires up block of Park Avenue as company consolidated !ts New York offices, . _ , ,, , New Tax Rates Hay t:au00e Debt At End 0f Year Albert Sclmster, for 25 years with the Federal Internal Rev- enlue Service, ,addressed the IItary Clnb Tuesday on the new :income tax bill md other pha, ses of income ta legisla- tion. He ted mit tl. mailer in- dividuals vhose income is largely from salaries are going to .find that they will owe a rsbstantial tax bal, ance at the end of the year because with- holding ta,bles are based on 1965 rates w.hioh are lwe than those in effect for 1964. He stated ,income tax proced- ures could be greatl?f simpli- fied if deductions were elimi- naCed and showed how tax rates ,could be reduced if many of the tax-exempt ogaiza- tions were eliminated. The C,heney,Medieal Lake lotary Club is: celebrating its first a,nniversax, with a picnic CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friend,s tomorrow for membe,rs and] and relatives for their sym- wives at Ted Stahlborn s place [ patby and floral offerings at on Wams Lake. Approxi-]the passintg of Albert T. Lind- mately 35 are expected. It will I be entirely a social affair wth[ quist" the day spent in fishing, boa,t-[ Mrs. Pauline Lindquist in,g, swimming, mad visiting I and family, with a picnic sulppe,r to be served in the eveng. CARD OF THANKS I wish to deeply thank my many friends for their beauti- ful floral offerings and cards, and expressions o cheer, dur- ing my recent stay n the tms- pital. Maxine Fifield 6126p Friday, June 26, 1964 Chney Free Press Page 5 SecretaryOf A-00i-cu I00u, .e- Commends SSWC District For Conservation Methods Jerold Betz, chairman o:f the push forward in every vcay you Southwest Spokane Soil and lean conceive to achieve maxi- %:ater Conservation District[mum advancement in the con- bo.ard of supervisors annou;ne- I sc ration and economic de- ed today a new memorandum / vekpment of our sil and war- of understanding has been er resources within your dis- rawn up between the :local trict. I .assure you of the De- district and the United Sates Dzpartment of Ariculture. Betz said the new memoran- dum, which spell,s out separ- ately the responsibilities of the local district and te USDA, was accompanied by a revised R, ng-range program o the 4is- trivet pointing out its problems and objectives. In ,igning the agreement, Orville Freeman, secretary of agriculture, made the follow- ing commenls: "I want to commend the gov- e.rntng body of your disi, ct for its progressive action in updating the soil and water c'oservation program and modernizing the m emorandum of understan,ding with tle U. S. Department of Agriculture. This is an imporbant initial step in he'ping private ad- owners to move forward more effectively wi'h their resource conservation and devel'opment effort." New Era Seen "We are on the thres'hold of a new ea in the ma,agement of our resources--of land ad water, forest and wil, d.lie--by our people. I am convinced that your district has a impoant part to play in giving reality to our broadened concepts of conservation and rural ureas developmen,t. I urge you to partment's readiness to cp- erate with you to the full ex- tcnt of its abilRy." Betz said the district board was assisted in updating the district program by represen- tatives of C0anty Extension Service, Soil Consevrati,on Ser- vice, Agricultural Stabiliatian and Consemration Service, Turbul,l Witdlife Refuge, Vo- cational Agriculture Depart- ment, ,and Iecal farmers and ranchers. Serving o the board of su. pervisors with Betz are Art Halverson, Espanola; Jim Pnte,r and Ed Maugh,an, Che- nay, and Geraid McCoury, Spo- kane. Classified advertisir does a great job at a small cost. 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 -- M-M Realty Co., Inc. W. 929 Sprague RI 7-7116 a30tf Smith Jewelers CALIFORNIANS VISIT BOWERS Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bowers lot Medical I_ke had as guests last week Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nelson of Richland, Mrs. Ber- ha Etherick of Arcadia, Calif., Mrs. Hilmar Maxim and family of Priest River anal Mrs. Byron .. Shults of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Bowers were Stmday guests at a barbecue and picnic of :Mr. and Mrs, Bb Coke .ad ,amUy at..:sff#r' Lake. ' ' .... Miss Diane Maim of Priest River is staying 'at the Mer- nfilliod home, earing for Jue while Mrs. Mermli(ed is in Sacred Heart hospiat recup- erating from an operation. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our thanks to the many friends for kindness, cards and flower of. feVmgs. Mrs. Ray Shepard and children, Ruth Pease and Glenn Shep- ard, .and sister, Man,de I-Iarr. 408 FIRST ST. CHENEY MADDUX CLEANERS & TAILORS H '- HAVE YOUR RUGS AND UPHOLSTERY PROFESSIONALLY CLEANED DURING THE SUMMER VACATION. Have your older suits repaired or remodeled now. Call 235-6260 for advice or information Maddux Cleaners and Tailors office .... home school BOSTITCH B!2 Desk Stapler for fastening correspondence sealing bags and wrappings, tacking notices fou'll find many uses for handsome, color-styled sta. pler. Powerful, deep-throat stapling action drives and clinches staples in up to 32 sheets of 16-pound bond. Uses standard staples. Ad- justable clincher for perma. nent or temporary clinch. 911nlIEE DOODLE Celebrate Independence Day in your own backyard... All family-fun assortmants of Zebra Fireworks are certified "Safe end Sane" by the State Fire Marshal, 73 piee IOXIID ASSoRTMINT REG. 7.25 ZEBRA FIREWORKS CO., INC., TACOMA WASH. On Sale June 28 Thru July 5 by CHENEY JAYCEES, A & W, Main Highway then. Free Pi