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AVAILABLE NOW 3 bedroom, full basement. Baseboard electric thr'oughout. Full price $15,500.00. Small monthly payments. Split Level BIDS WANTED on tearing down wooden building on Main street, Cheney, and clearing site. Bidde,r to take salvage. Lloyd Holladay, home phone 235-6371. heat, patio, excellent buy. FHA $425.00 dn. plus loan costs. Call For Information daylight basement $15,500.00. ap- traes vary According to Many Fadors excellent, FHA appraised at $19,275.00. glop, 2 lots, $11,950.00. $7,85O.OO. $9,5OO.OO. heat $8,950.00. Appraisal, $11,200 near Four Lakes. 3-bdrm. outskirts Cheney. near Cheney. Cheney. Payments  Easy Monthly Payments arrange custom building. FHA avail,able for building. By Alfred J. Prince Eastern Washington btate College I About the Author: Prince Is Assistant Professor of Sociology in charge of the @ SPECIAL I Social Work program at Eastern Wash- ington State College. lie ham had pro tensional experience as a Marriage and See us for quality custom build-I Family counselor and has done exten- ing. Ed Doten Real Estate sine research in th, e area of the Fsm- 424 1st St., 235-4050. a30ff fly. He is a frequent contributor to the Free Press. FOR SALE OR TRADE Reaction,s and adjustments Win. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. Choice lots in town of Medical Lake, north end of lake $3'00 or trade. Thomas J. Fahey N. 1423 Ho'ccard, phone Spo- ka, ne FA 6-1511. j25-jy16p LOST LostBlack Colt pistol holster J Wednesday. G. T. Frost 235- 6851. j25tf SERVICES Custom swatlfing, conditioning, al'so baling if desired. Phone SA 3-2496. jy2p WANTED TO RENT CHENEY, WASH. CALL 235-4778 A house out of town in Four Lakes school district. TE 8- -------- 3190. Ed D0ten REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE  235-4050 CUstom Building By Harold Wunderlich 1"0 SEE DISPLAY HOME WITH FORCED AND MANY OTHER MODERN FEA. I FOR SALE 4 REDROOMS---2 BATttS One year old. 2150 sq. ft. living area. Two bedrooms and hath up, two bedrooms and bath down. Fully panel- led basement. Rec. room with used.brick fireplace. Living room fireplace. Base- board electric heat. Built-in kitchen. Utility room. Ptio. 90 x 120 ft. lot, cultivated ready for grass. Orport. Avails,hie July 25. By owner 1714 Fourth St.- 235-4057 Shown By Appointment HELP WANTED jy2tf jy2 Good used apt. size electric range. 235-4785. j25p 8190. j25 FOR SALE 8' x 45' $2900 Delta 8" tilting arbor table saw with $100 c,mpination 6" x 12" belt and 10" disc sander with table. Atl excellent. 235-4666. j2 Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Psulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 178578 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane. Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, a corporation, Plaintiff vs. Carlos MaMmino :Marquez and Harriet Viola Marquez, husband aw.l wife; and Simeon Bean, Defendants. State of Washitgon to the Defend- ant, Simeo Bean. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publicatio of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 2nd day of July, 1965 and defend the nbove etitled actio in the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attorneys for plairbtiff at their postoffice address be- low stated, and ir case of your failure so to do. judgment will be rendered against yeu according to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plaintiff to foreclose a certair mort- gage executed by .Arnold S. Traaen and Dorothy Traaen, to J. L Ck)oper & Co., and assigned to plalntiff, which mortgage is recorded in VoL 881 of Mortgages, page 235, upon the follow- ing described property : Lot 16, Block 9, Western Third Additior*, according to plat recorded in Volume 1 of Plats, page 48, In the City of Spokane, Spokane Cotraty, Washington. It is the further object of said action to bar the defendarts of all right, title, lien or estate in and to said premises, except the right of redemption provided by statute, tIamblen, Gilbert & Brooke By Philip S. Brooke .Attorneys  for Plain- tiff Postofflce .Address: 912 Paulsen Bldg. Spokane, Washington 99201 (July 2-Aug. 6) BERNARD J. GALLAGHER 424 1st St., Cheney, Washington NOTICI TO CREDITORS No. '/9601 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of SAREN LUNDBY, decea.d. Ntice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this court and bas qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upo the undersigned at SIokane, Wshing- ton or upon B. J. Gallagher, the attor- ney of record at his office at 424 First, Street, Cheney, Washin'ton', and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- of anfilic,s to crises widl vary from family to family depend- ing on such factors as e erao- tionl interdependence of fam- ily members and the personal- ity make-up of those }nvolved. The modern family is more like)y to experienve crises th_a :the tamtly f the past because of .our complex, chaging so- ciety. Situatiorrs which involve the disruption of the family sructure--departure of chil- dren from the home, divorce, and death---oftentimes become major family crises. The departure of chiIdren from the home can create ser- mus family problems. This is particularly the case (1) when o,ne or both parents are overly ,rotective or possessive; (2) when the parents center all I their hopes and ambitions on I the child; (3) when the mar- (riage partner selected by the 'sn r daughter fall's to meas- ure up to parental expecta- tions; or (4) when the c'hld is the partial or sole support of the parents. Patterns of Parenthood Separation or divorce may a ls be a crisis for those con- cerned. Studies show that the characteristic pattern of par- ants bringing up their children :aone include suc.h dynamic elements .as: (1) a sense of in- completeness and frustration; (2) a sense of failure; (3) a sense of guilt; and (4) marked overt and underlying feNings are: (1) difficulty in sleeping; (2) withdrawal from others and toss of interest in life; (3) lss of contact with reality; (4) de- terioration in health; and (5) pronounced resentment toward fate. Readuiustment Explained Parti,al or total failure to re- adjust to the death of a loved one include such patterns as: (1) suicide; (2) early death (3) insanity; (4) moral 'disin- tegration; (5) self,blame and personal hates; (6) embitter- ment, cynicism, and (7) i, sela- tion and purposelessness. Partial or conspicuous sue- cess to bereavement irmlude the following patterns: (1) ex- tension of affections; (2) delib- erate ,absorption in work and duties; (3) new l'ove objects; (4) thoroughgoing religious Pine City Driver Strikes Pole Here, The focus in the fowing Only Slightly Hurt discussion will be on the per- Soren L. Kring, 81, of Pine soal reaction of husband or City was only slightly injured wige (especiall7 the wife) to at 5:45 p. m. Prid,ay in an ac- aeth o a mate. cident that occurred on the More Widows Than Widowers southwest corner of the Pine- In our society, there are hurst motel in Cheney,s west many re, ore wul,ows Umn wid- end. Riding in the front seat owers. This is due to two ac- ith Kring was his wife and tots: (1) women tend to live ,gran,son. oger by several years; arid (2) I Mr. Kring started to turn a greater percent of widowers i oft the highway into the A & remarry. In the United States, one W Drive-in and apgaren*dy turned too sharply and his car out of four women between 55 struck a telephone pole. The and 64 years of age is a wi&w. After 65 more than half (55 driver suffered minor curls near one eye When is ,head per cent) of all women are struck the rear view mirror. widows. First ,on the scene was Don l,a addition, thr, eedourths of Degler of Four Lakes Who at- the women who become wid- tempted to keep the lively el- ows at 45 can expect to We an derly gentleman quiet. In a addRioal 25 years. Of women few momenN City Officer widowed ,at 35, ovex 96 per Wayne FifieId rvived to inves- cent have more th, an 33 years of Iife remaining, tigate. The officer quoted Studies show that typical re- Kring as sayirg lm was goig acions to bereavement exper- ienced by widows (especially those between the ages 40-45) of ambivalence, ration,ali'zation; and (5) tr ,ns- Bereavement is a cx)mpound mutation of the experience in- crisis. Death of a loved one to a productive reintegrration of {especially a parent) is often the pevsonafity. a traumatic event. Loss of a mate invariably calls for reor- ganizing the habits, routines and ways of a lifetime of mar-i ried living. Loss ,of e tother throu,gh death can mean econ- omic catastrophe. kale, Washington, within six months B. J. Gallagher, Attorney 42t First Street, Cherey, Wash. (July 2-16) CORNELIUS & CORNELIUS 1117 Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITOgS No. 79531 In the Superior Court f 'the Stale of Vashingt(m in and for ttle County ,)f pok s us. In the Matter of the " Estate of EDWIN RUSSELL TARVIN', decca,sad. lotiee is hereby iven that the urder- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de. ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary v.ouers upon the undersigned at Stmkane, ashigton or upon Gordon E. Cornelius the attorneys of record . at their office at 1117 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such aervlce in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, WashingtOn within six i months after the first publicatior, of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 2rid day of July, 1965. Mildred M. Tarvin Executrix of the : above estate. Ga)rdon E. Cornelius Attorney 1117 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington (July 2-16) A family is a network of in- terdependent activities of two or more persons joined togeth- er by emotiorN attachments. The departttre of children, di- vorce, or bereavement ults this network of relationships. And ,the degree to which n- after the first puhlieation of this no- ily disruption results in a cris- tiee or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publicatto of this iS, writes one family sociolo- notice is 2nd day of July, 196. Spokane and Eastern Branch of the gst, "depends in part on thai Seattle First Jational Bank the degree of emotioral involve- Executor of the above estate, ment the strength of the net- Educational Representative Show outsta,ding class- room periodicals and books at sckools ad a'd.minstra- tive offices in eastern Was.h- irgton counties centering in Spokane and in northern Idaho. Work 29 weeks dur- ing school year starting in September. $130 pet 5-d.ay week plus bous to start. Travel allowance. Must have ear. Free to work full d,ay. Age 35-55. Teaching, PTA, or other commumty work experience very desire, hie. Send resume. Box S. j 18-jy9p FOR RENT Local trailers and day or week $2.50 to 8 hours; $12.50 per week, also appliance dolly at Jack's gar- age, Oheney. 255-6573. jll-jy2 New two-bedroom duplex, w/w carpeting, all appliances. Tom Matney, phone 235-4747. m28tf Two bedroom house, close in unfurnished, ,automatic .heat. Also studio apartment. Phone 235-6863. West 228 Fifth St. _ j18tf One bedroom house, stove, re- frigerator, electric heat $40.00. Phone 235-6518. jl8tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. t! SPECIAL ,, Newer Home 4 bedroom, 11/2 baths, living room, din- ing room, double garage, patio, many addi- tional features. See By Appointment F. H. A. HOWARD'S FURNACE CLEANING POWER-VAC SERVICE ALL TYPES workof interdependent activi- ties, and the suddenness of the disruption." State Patrolmen Do Good Samaritan Work on Highway; Hearts bigger tlan arest books is not just an empty phrase insar as describing Vshington's State Troopers are concerned--it's a fact. Long known for their acts of courtesy and hep to the motor- ing public, State Troopers have again so far this year lived up to their reputation. 210,228 acts of assistance lave been rerdered through the month of May. This includes every. thing from the giving of simple road directions to tourists, to the actual and direct sang of lves through m(mth-to-mouth ,resuscitation and other emer- gency first,aid measures. Don't get 'the idea that they have neglected their ticket writing, kowever; bbecause duv- irg that same period of time they made 69,823 arrests. But it does indicate that a major :part of their pr(grzm is de- voted to the helping of strand- ed motorists---in fact, the ratio is well over three to one. State Patrol Chief Will .Dach- ofner, who :h:as perrmlly ,helped hundreds of motorists during ibis '23 years as a State Trooper, says "We want the Victor L. Wilson to k,ow that it can call on 'a State Troo.p,r at anytime for assistanceit s a tradition REAL ESTATE with us-hetpi,g those who are in need on our highwa.s." Helping a lady charge a fire, transporting stranded motor- ists, getting a gallon of gas for the ear that ,has run out; or even saving the .fife of a in- jured person is ,all routine for these men. With the building of more and more freeways throughout the state, the job of assisting motorists has become more of a problem. But State Troopers are up to it--just flip up the hood of your car if you're stranded and help will soon be on the way. CHIMNEY - FURNACE AIR CONDITIONING - DUCT WORK CALL COLLECT WA 4-5404 OR WA 4.3627 Howard's Furnace Cleaning 1911 S. lamer Veradale, Wash. jl For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer i need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. j18tf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney j2 jlOtf j25-jy2p Four Lakes4-H Girls Good Judges A number of girls of the Busy Fingers 4-H club of Four Lakes took blue ribbons in judging of cooking arid cloth- ing during Spokane County Judging day :at the Darigold budirg June 23. Winning blue ribtmn in the cooking division were Nora Lou Moore, Bea Beak, Gayle Wilcox, Elaine Phillipson and Lavonne Atkius. Blue ibbon winners in the clothirtg divis- ion were Sandy Bolm, Cindy Miller, Connie Barlscourt, Cin- dy ItSon and Gayle Wilcox. Other girls talg part were Sam Kay Mace and Sandy and Catw Barrick. d,own to the telephone office and ask wlw the company had put that pole in ,bks lath. The party proceeded home to Pine City. We NEED the many things You no longer NEED For those who are in NEED Our trucks will be in your vicinity 2nd Friday of each month Call Mrs. Maddux, 23S-6814 for collection St. Vincent de Paul Society and Salvage Bureau 2901 E. Trent Ave. Phone KE 5-2491 Serving the Cheney and Medical Lake Area with All Standard 0il Products SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor 235-6378 CHENEY Ed D0len Agency 424 Fis St. Phone .............. 235-4050 UNDER 25? SEE US FOR AUTO INSURANCE I NOTICE of Store Closing On M0n., July 5 Most Cheney business places will be closed Monday, July 5, honoring the 4th of July, which falls on Sunday. Some establishments, like restaurants, service stations, taverns and the Cheney Newsstand, however, will be open for business. SPONSORED BY THE RETAIL TRADES COMMITTEE, CHENEY CHAMBER OF COMMERCE This Week Do You Need: Boat Insurance Crop Insurance. 7 Victor Wilson Agency Your Professional Insurance Agent, Ivan Clemens, Cheney