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Friday. July 9, 1965 Clmmey Free Press Page 6 HOMEs AVAILABLE NOW 3 bedroom, full basement. Baseboard electric throughout. Full price $15,500.00. Small monthly payments. Split Level heat, patio, excellent buy. FHA ap- 00. $425.00 dn. plus loan costs. Call For Information dayliffht basement $15,500.00. exceent, FHA appraised at $19,275.00. &apos;m Shp, 2 lots, $11,950.00. f.y,w garage $7,850.00. 1 lot.s $9,500.00. heat $8,950.00. Appraisal, $11,200 near Four Lakes. 3-bdrm. outskirts Cheney. near Cheney. Cheney. DOWn Payments  Easy Monthly Payments also arange custom building. FHA ancing available for building. Wm. p. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CHENEY, WASH. Ed Doten REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE  235-4050 CUstom Building By Harold Wunderlich FOR RENT One-bedroom apts. for rent $47.50 per month. Summer quarter of EWSC. 235-6553 or inquire Apt. 2. Letter Apts. j4tf Two bedroom house, close in unfurnished, automatic heat. Also studio ,apartment. Phone 235-6863. W. 228 Fifth. jl8tf Two bedroom unfurnished house, has washer & dryer, fenced yard, $75.00 month Call 2S5-4737. jygp 6 room house to be vacant by July 15. Phone 235-6586. Inquire 1102 Second. jy9 FOR SALE OR TRADE Choice lots in town of Medical Lake, north end of lake. $300 or trade. Thomas J. Fahey N. 1423 Horard, phone Spo- kane FA 6-1511. j25-jy16p LOST Lost--Black Colt pistol holster Wednesday. G. T. Frost 235- 6851. j25tf FOR SALE OR RENT CALL 235-4778 T.V., Refrigerator, Range, tape recorder. 235-6825. jy9 j =" WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf WANTED TO RENT New college faculty member desires 2 or 3 bedroom house or apartment by August 28. Has two children under 4 yea,rs, no References. Write: Jack C. Benson, 410 Mill Street, Ren- to, Wshington. jy9-23p US TO SEE DISPLAY HOME WITH FORCED HEAT AND MANY OTHER MODERN FEA- FOR SALE Low condition. Furniture for sale, paper. j29tfx Excel- in for With 20 rOdel. In MA jy2-9 $2900. arbor $100. 2 inch sander excellent. acll Week. Jy9-16 Randall, Danskin, Lundin & Allison 440 Lincoln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE :No. 77745 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of TECKLA MATILDA CARLSON TUVE- SON, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby giverJ that the Old National Bank of Washington, the Ex- ecutor o the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, aria filed in the uperior Court of Spo- kane County, its Final Account as such Executor and a petition for the distri- bution 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 sectional, said Executor, and that Tuesday, the studio couch, bookcase. E. 3rd day of August, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m.0 at the court room A. Underwood. 1404 3rd St. of our said Superior Court, in the City jygp of Spokane, i said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account 4 BEDROOMS---2 BATHS One yea old. 2150 sq. ft. living .area. Two bedrooms and bath up, two bedrooms and bath down. Fully pnel- led basement. Rec. room with used-brick firephce. Living room fireplace. Base- board electric heat. Built-in kitchen. Utility room. Patio. 90 x 120 ft. lot, cultivated ready for grass. Carport. Available July 25. By vner 1714 Fourth St. -- 235-4057 Shown By Appointment jy2tf HELP WANTED Educational Representative Show outsta,ding class- room periodicals ad books at schoo and ad'ministra- tire offices in stern Wash- irgton counties centering in Spokane and in northern Idalm. Work 29 weeks dur- ing school year starting in September. $130 per 5-d,ay week plus bonus to start. Travel allowarme. Must have car. Free to work full day. Age 35-55. Teachirg, PTA, or other eommumty vovk experience very de'.skble. Send resume. Box S. and Petition for Distribution. at which time and place ay person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 2rid day of July, 1965 Gee. E. FaNquist. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By J. R. Fallquist, Deputy (July 9-23) PAUL F. SCHEDLER $09 Radie Central Bldg., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. V9628 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROSALIE S. DELEHANTY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court. and has oualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at South 1704 Lincoln, Spokane, Washington or upo Paul F. Schedler the attorney of record at his office at 512 Radio Central Building, Spokane, Washingto and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Olerk of the above Court it* the City of Spokane. Wash.. within six months afar the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 9th day of July, 1965. James S. Delehanty Executor of the above estate. Paul F. Schedler Attorney Cheney Playarama Is Name of New Recreation Center Cheney Playarama is the lrame selected for the new rec- reation center recently opened by Dale Moss on the coner of College avenue and Second street. The name was submitted by Jenny Johnson, who received a transistor radio for her prize wiTming entry. She is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Johnson. The Cheney Free Press edi- torial staff was asked to judge the entries and chose "Ceney Piayavama" as the most appro- priate name for the new rec- reation center. TEEN-AGE DANCE An outdoor teen.age dance will be held on the Sunset schoo,1 arab at Airway Heights this Saturday evenng form 9 to 12 o'clock. Music will be fur- i nished by the Keystones (live band). Parents are invited. MORRISON & HUPPIN 201 First National Bank Building Spokane, Washington NOTICI,; TO CREDITORS <,. 79473 + Ir the Superior Court of the State of \\;Va,:hington il and ior the Clunty of ,qpokane. In li. rvb, t?er ,f th Fstate ot ANN C. BURNS, ]ncoml)etent. Notice is hereby giv(n ltmt the nnder* signed has been appointed Guardian of the above estate ir this Court and has qualified accordir, gly, and that all persons having claims against said incompetent are requirod to serve claims, duly verified with necessary winchers upon the undersigned at Trust Departmert, Old Natiol Bank of Wash- ington, Riverside at Stevens, Spokane, SVashingto), or u|mr D. N. Morrison at his office at First National Bank Building. Riverside at Stevens, Spokane, Washingtc.n and file such claim with )roof of such service i the office of the Swim Certificates Issued to Almost Forty Children Wilfred Beard, swimming in- structor and manager of the Cheney swimming pool report- ed that almost 40 childre passed the swimming tests at the end of the first two week session of Spokane County Rec-: reational and Cheney School District No. 360 spon,sored es- SODS. Swimmers passing the test were Virgini'a Bonmici, James Gergen, Kenny Smith, Bill Pierce and Jim Dyck. Inter- mediate certificates were awarded to Steve MoTo,w, Da- vid Hare, Gabi Schoonover, arl,a Hoaglln, Janet German, Kathy Bedient, Mark Charl- ton, Douglas Harvey, Mike Krebsbach ,ad Ttnn Scott. Advarmed beginners passing the test were Lori Morrow, Shirley Willams, Kathy Har- vey, Nancy Johns, Myron Krebsbach, John Maim, Vickie Goodwin and John Ckarlton. Witnesses Pastor Reports on Seattle Coliseum Meeting An attendance of 15,575 at the Seattle Coliseum Sundy, June 27, heard L. M. Dugan, district represevtaive of the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society, speak on the subject, "World ovenment on the Shoulder f the Prince of Peace." Everett Story, ]>resid- ing ister of the l'al con- gregation, stated that many from the immediate area were Beginner certificates were issued to Lindell Cox, Scott ,Johnson, Cathy Starry, Gib Johnson, Russ Steiner, Susan i the world government will rest Krebgbach, Sherry Newkirk,  is more than supernational Anita Hardie, Patty Beard I "He is supernatural, super- Charles Quick,, Lynn Eisen-lhuman, far beyond anything hauer, Mike Harvey, Ann Mos-/human creatures can possibly er and Diane Johnson. /produce." No life saving certificates [ An unexpected surprise to were granted this season. [the assembled delegates was CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Art Ben and h district firemen for their prompt 'assistance in tak- ing our son Ted to St. Lukes .hospital following an accident with a power rotary hwn mow- Workshops Slated To Start Monday Five addition,al wrkshops of the Eastern Wasngton State College summer quarter will start onday, July 12. One is a three-week pimary reading workshop in which teachers will cobire observa- tion of EWSC camlxu elemen- tary school students with lec- tures and discuson cover. ng phonics, or zling, in- lependent activities and com- prehension. present. Others are .a two-week work- The speake was followed t slmp in fami:,y ehonhips; a attentively as he discussed, the I one-week course in profession- only hope for mankind. Thel ovganizations for teachers, tremendous problem of wm'ld/ d two-week werkhops in government cha,eges citizens I the philosphy and adminis- ,of the 20th century," he said, I tvation of interscholastic activ- Men who advocate man-made I tries and in track n,d field ac- world government argue that ltivities for girls. it must be supernational to rule all manind. Even this wo.uld rove inadequate. However, we have it upon the hghest auth- ority that the promised 'Prince of Peace' upon whose shoulder the :release o a new book: "Things In Which It Is hnpos- sible For God To Lie." It is a 416-page book with over 100 beautiful drawings to illustrate the text matter. It will be used in pl.ace of the world's second best seller, "Let God Be True" j 18-jy9p FOR RENT New two-bedroom dullex, w/w carpeting, all ppliances. Tom Matney, phone 235-4747. m28tf One bedroom house, stove, re- frigerator, electric heat, $40.00. Phone 235-6518. jl8tf 3 ,bedroom house at 304 N. 6th. FHA approved. Pat White- hill, 317 7th St., 359-245. j9tf SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Socl. eta,, things you no longer neeaor use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jlStf Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to !sell. 414 First St., Cheney j19tf BIDS WANTED .on tearing down wooden building on Main sreet, Ciheney, arid clearing site. Bidder to take salvage. Lloyd Holladay, home p,hone 235-6371. jy2tf Cle]: e the City of. er. which has reached a civcul, a- | . , g , Vltnir six moncns r " " ' * after the first l,ublication of this notice I . and Mrs. Bill Fausett jy9 tlon of over 18 mllJion In more or they will be forever barred. ] ...... t than 50 languages. Date of the first publication of this I A  .    n I notice is 9th day of July 1965 [ ,y soy ur gr uetween Ol  John P. M .... Y, A.sista Trust [ad 19 years old can joi 4-H. I ....... . .... Officer, for the Old National Bank I " --  Mr i Whll,;llll', of Wtshington, Guallial of the ! I "'= B" Hi' " " "']]'sJ 0 above Estate. ' I m = n, . i. . ]I; ;'r];:,nN.&MoHrupinn', Attorney  J l'ather raua I-=nal 201 l,'irst Natior*al Bank Building P iT.:k..,.. ^_ Spokane, ,Vashinfton i / SlllMil qll friday (July 9-23) | / Mrs. Raymond Whit2ield was] called to Canada last week by] the death of her father as Humphries at Granttmm's Landing, B. C. Ed Doten SEVEN OTHER DANGEB SIGNALS Funeral services were held there on Friday, July 2 and bural was in the local ceme- tery. Survivors are his wife EHen at the home; two sons Allen and Jhmes Humphries f Van- couver, B. C., one 4ughter, Margaret Whitfield, of Cheney ant a number of gandch,l- dren. He had often visited in l Cheney and leaves many friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Humphries had celebrated their golden wedding four years ago in Canada with all the children and grandchildren presont. Many Veterans Get ovt. Life Policies Three out of four applica- tions received so far by the Se- attle Veterans A4mimstration i regional office under the .spec- ial GI insurance reopening are being ,approved, accordiig to Joh, n B. Kirsch, manager. The program, open for one year beginning May 1, 1965, gives disabled veterans an, oth- er chance to get government ti, fe insurance if they .had set- 509-512 Radio Central Bldg., 1 Unusual bleedtn[ or vice between 1940 aad 1957. Spokane, Wazhington 99204 discharge (July 9-23) The SeattIe fJee handles   A lump or thickenbig in insurance applloations for vet- eran's in the states of Alaska, the breast or elsewhere Idaho. Hawaii and Montana, as N ewe r Home A sre tK: does 0t t:,a ,,'ell ms Washington.  Change in Iowd er t Misn--Will 4 bedroom, 11/' 2 baths, room, din- bladder habits [Attend Whutworth ing room, double garage, pat=o, many addi- Hoarseness or cough J ln Fall Quarter tional features. 6 indigestion or digiculty t Harriet Huffman af Cheney in swallowing I has been accepted for a4ms- !s ion to the fresh,nan class at See By Appointment 7 Change in a wart or moh 1965-66 ,academic year. WhitworJh College for th F. H. A. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE See your doctor immediately if any of Cancer's Seven  Danger Signals lasts more than two weeks. See your doctor every year for a health checkup. AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETI Kenneth Proctor, director of a'dmissons, ,said that Harriet is one of pproximately 350 high school seniors who will be accepted fw the class of 1969 at the liberal m'ts, co- educational college in Spo- kane. STAN'S SALES & SERVICE 3623 E. Sprague Spokane, Wash., 99202 FURNACE CLEANING & REPAIR CALL HOLMES HDWE. LLOYD STANDLEY KE 4-2447 7-9-16 This,Week Do You Need: Boat Insurance Crop Insurance? Victor Wilson Agency Your Professional Do You Remember A Real Money Maker 95 Space Trailer Court Very little work, grossing $28,000 annually, now netting $700 month. In two years one contract will pay out and then net will be $1100 monthly. Deluxe court is full nearly all the time. Paved streets and brickwork and flowers and shrubs on each space. Call Henry L. Campbell Fairfax 7-1234, Spokane WE WILL COME TO YOU AND EXPLAIN EVERYTHING. when? July 13, 1945 The Otto Schmitt family of Lance HiLts gave a potluck birthday dinner in onor of the fourth anaiver- :sary of the triptetsArline, Ronnie and Paymond. Present were Mrs. Bill Scott, Margaret, Loraine and Stanley, Mr. anti Mrs. C. O. G. Johnson, Mar- garet ,and Bobby, Mr. and Mrs. tlomer Pene and Dorothy, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Hamlet and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Franz, Daryl and Carol, Joe San, ders and W. H. Hamlett. Pfc. Tom Labish and Miss Loraine Rue were united in marriage at Davenport July 2. Mrs. WiHiam Mohs enertatn- !ed wih fou" tabbies of bidge Tmsdag in honor of Mrs. E. Newman and M.'ss Nrma Krull. 1945 PRICES AT GIBSON'S Krispy Crackers, 2 lb. box 31 Lux Toilet Soap, 3 fr ........ 20 Darigold Milk, 1V points, 2 cans .................................... 19c R & W Peas (30 points) 2 cans .................................. 29 R & W Pancake Flour 2V pounds ........................ 22 Young lender rib cul Pork (hops, lb. Dc Swifts Premium Lunch Meat, 12 oz. 3 for $1 All Flavors Jello ..... 12/98 M,D. T01iet Tissue. 12151 Hunts . Tomato Juice 12/$1 Red Haven, Fresh Peaches, lb.... 15 Armours Star Skinless Franks Lb.49c PLENTY OF PARKING OPEN 9 TO 9 Insurance Agent, Ivan Clemons, Cheney I I I