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Frid(ay, July 10, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 J. FEL1CE Bldg.. Spokane. Wash, TO CREDrrORS No. 'i7347 Court of the State of in and for the Coutlty of Matter of the Guardianship of PERRY BROWN, An :{n,com- hereby given that the under- S been appointed Guardiar estate in this Court and sCecTdingly, and that all claims against said In- required to serve claims, with necessary vouchers, ned at 1327 Old Nation- Spokane, Washington. J. Felice the otter- at his office at 1327 Old Buildin,g, Spokane, and file such claim with in the office of the bore court and the city of within six months after of this notice, or fOrever  barred. first publication of this day of July, 1964. [air. Guardian c,f the above Attorney ational Ban& Building, ashington 99201 (July 10-24) A. MOWERY Bldg. Spokane, Wash. TO CREDITORS No. 77496 Court of the, State of in sad for the Councy of Matter of the Estate of C)NNELLY, also known as ARCHIE MALDEN CON- given that the under- appoir*ted administratrix estate in this couxt and accordingly, and that all claims against said de- to serve claims, with necessary vouchers ned at West 1021 "F" Washindon or upon the attorney of record 604 Paulsen Bldg., Spo- and file such claim of such service in the office of the above Court at the Washington, within six the first publication of this will be forever barred. first publicatior of this of July, 1964. Connlly Administratrix estate. Attorn,y Spokane 1, Wash. (July 19-24) LIp j. THOMPSON and Eastern Building Washington SETTLEMENT OF ESTATlt :No. 76146 Court of the State of and for the County of of the Estate of de.eased. County of Spo- given that Seattle- Bank, Spokane & Eastern of the above ca- and presen, ted for and filed in the Superior County, State of Final Account as such petition for the dis- ,said estate, in Court is asked to distribute the property entitled to the the said Execs- Friday, the 7th day of at the hour of 10:00 a. at the Court room of in the City of Spo- County, has been hearing and settlemen Account and Petition at which time and interested in said estate file his exceptions in arid contest the same. day of July 1964. , County Clerk and th'e Superior Court. Deputy Chastck & Lorenz Bldg. Spokane Wash. SETTL'MENT OF ESTATE No. 75993 No. 75994 Court of the State of in and for the County of of the Estate of deceased. of the Estate of deceased. County of Spo- riven that Eva F. nistratrix of the above and presented for ar*d filed in the Super- Spokane County, State of her Final Accour#t as such , and a l)etition for the said estate in which the to settle said estate, dis- to the heirs or per- the same, and discharge dstratrix, and that,uos- 1964, at the o'clock a. m., at the our said Superior Court of Spokane, in said been duly fixed and settlement of said and Petition for Di Itch time and place any in sa;d estate may his exceptions in writ. contest the earns, ,, day of July 1964:: llquist County Clerk and Supertor Court )quiet, Deputy. 10-24) Chaetek & Lorenz Spokane, Wash. TO CREDITORS 77503 Court of the State and for the County of of the Estate of deceased. given that the under- appointed Executrix in this Court and and that all against said to serve claims necessary vouchers, at 302 Fidelity Washington or upon the attorney of at 302 Fidelity Washington, and with proof of such office of the court, in the City within barred. Dublicatioz of this 1964, of the : & Lorenz Attorney Spokane, Wash. 10-24) &. MOWERY Spokane, Wash o. 75798 .... of the State of for the County of the and DAVID minors. given that, pursuant Court, the under- sale to the aubjecg to thi the follow- North Monroe Ad- of Spokane, Spokane Washington the right to re- made on or after 1964. be received in the Mowery attorney Paulsen Building, Vormell Gardian vf Robert Nell Mikkel- Mikkelson, and minors. I0) the classifieds. 0000wJiT Classified Rates--5 cents per  FOR--REbi]: word, with 75c minimvm (or 15 words). Minimum adv. not paid in cash will carry a 1Sc billing charge. FOR SALE 3 bedroom house ctosre to col-! lege, 2 bathrooms large liv- ing room, fire place, spacious kitchen, excellent relt`al prop. Low interest rates. 235-4516. jl2tf SPINET PIANO. Privately owned by party in this vicin- ity moving out o,f state., Will h,ndle contract or sacrifice or cash. Also ELtC. ORGAN. Write or phone Bookkeeper, TaIlman Piano Stores, Inc.,-N. 1915 Division, Spokane, FA 5-3'933. (Jy 10-24) Hotpoint ,auto. washer; West- inghouse dryer. Mrs. E. A. Underwood, 1404 3rd st. and Fern. (Jy 10p) Three bedroom, fireplace, full basemen FHA appraised at $12,000. Will sell for less. 359-2436 (Jy 10 tf) Older 5 bedroom and den. Ex- celIent location, 2 fuU baths, oversize doubts garage, oil heat, large corner lot with fermed yard. Incdludes paving and all assessments paid. total price $12,450 with FttA terms, for further irform:ation call 235-4175 (Jyl0tf Almost new 3 bedroom, main floor utility, full basement. To- tal price includg all assess- me nts $14,900. $300 down with terms to suit. ph. 235-4175 (Jy 10 tf) WitlalTis Lake lot wth tvaiter louse, alum. boat and 5 hp m Oor. Full price $4,950. Ed Doten Real Istate 424 let St. 23'5-4050 (Jy 10 tf) Loose hay in field $15.00 ton.;i , Three cows with calves at side. Fryer rabbi'ts, tIavmon. SA 3-3093. jyl0 "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nfcely decorated, split lev- el, ony 2 yrs. od; new dis- trict. Owner's leaving t0n. Must si. 3 BDRM. $14,000 CI.&SS Newer home ear lmmes Ken Morhn 2354084 Widmer Realty 603 Co4umbia Bldg. Large older 2 bedvcom ,home in best location,' near schools. Ken orlan, 603 Co- himbia Bldg., Widmer Realty. 235-4084. jy3tf View lot home near college, 4 bedroom, 2 full hs up- stairs. Recreation vorr ,and `apartment in @ayRffht' base- ment, 5 yars od. 235-4174. jy3tf @ FOR SALE OR RENT Must sell or rent immediately, two bedroom house. Proper- ty contains two ots. 424 West Lin,cotn, Chen ey, 235-4782. jyl0p @ HELP WANTED Want fry cook, 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Fireside Restaurant. 255-4420. jy3 Aon representative in Amber ,ard Medical Lake areas. Call coil,oct KE 5-3497 jy3ff Wanted man with chain saw to cut wood will give 2/3 good ground. Must have p.u. or truck. Phone SAratoga 3 -2422, Medical Lake. jyl0-17p News corresponden to report Four Lakes news for FREE PRESS. Call or come into Free Press. Sar immediately. Per- manent. Pay by column nCh. WANT TO GIVE AWAY Want good home for Golden Spaniel puppy. Phone 235- 4439 fter 6. jyl0 LOST Toy border eotlie, black with brown and white markgs Reward. Call 235-6632 (Jyl0p) Key ring, car keys, lmu'se key msc. keys--approx. 15 keys: vicinity 4th and Unon St. 235-4484. (Jy 10 p) Furnished apartment for re.nt. 119 W. 6th, phone 235-6525. jl9tf Leasing now for fall: 1 or 2 bedroom furnished-unfurn- ished apts, $60 to $85. Write 1214 E 43rd, Spokane. Phone MA 4-0692, RI 7-7553. (Jyl0ff) 3 b.r. furnished $75. 2 b.r. un- furrrished $55. Ed Doten Rel Estate 424 let St. 235- 4050 (Jy 10 if) Rental option avaihble Sept. 1st, Almost new 2 B.R. with finished den which could be 3rd bedroom. Lawn in, on im- proved street. $125. too. for further inform'ation car 235- 4175 (Jy 10 tf) LOCAL TRAILER RENTAL JACK'S GARAGE 1st. St., Across from Safe- way parking lot, Cheaey Phone 235-6573 jy3-10 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. jlStf 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 Car wash Ju,ly 11, at 9 a. m. Coaoco and Enco Service Stations, $1.00. Tickets aN1- able from any Job's Daughters. jyl0 For rentWeed sprayer, $3.00 pex day. Qheney Community Wed Comnittee. See Hank Rudely .or call 235-6365, or 235- 4786, or 23'5-4124. jy10-31 I CONCRETE r Farm and Home :Free Estimates and Conven- Crushed Rock'f" R(a:ds Gravel or DraiieIds ACME CONCRETE SPOKANE KE 4 2626 ,Call Collect for Irrformation WANTED TO RENT Single apt. for college boy be. gin fall quarter, must have refrig,freezer. Les Rose, Nev. man Lake, Wash. j26-jy17F Wanted to Rent by R. N. nice clean apartment or duple by August 1. 235-6520. JylC Quiet apartment or small house for elderly gent,lema moving to Cheney in August 235-4589. tst CUSTOM HOMES Let us bu,ld on your lt, or ours o sut you, and "Save." We alo awge FHA ar C'or, vention Finan- cing. Good lots in new sec- .i, on of town. Imlovements are in:. Low down. Call Ken Morlan, 2354084. Wdmer ScaRy 603-4 mbia B.g. i12tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re pair Ed's Conoco Service Phone BE 54400.  U il Co,ego studen wants harvest work near Cheney, starting August 10. Phone 235-4050 (Jy 10p' EWSC ,student wishes to wrk in exchange for board rrd room in the Cheney-Mediua] Lake ,area. Write Jim Fricke. Rockford, WaSh. jl0p RW BOOK by R41. F, $ct YANK IN YUCATAN d. I.. F/u. "Rshin exporkn." Dr. I. M. v, M=. .o t . a N, t. .  b, mmtng-.-p pomwa  mmomr bo." Milton R. Hunter, PAD. M C 42 ll Cloth $3.95 THE SOUTH AND THE NATION , law. mdal mditlcM d p,u pmlm It. Aumot qd  ha k . "a md Amorlm " Th Book a:h e London calbit, "Not only powcdul pk ke Iho Iouthem tte but s hereot and Island Prts 2600 Bahia Via. FL Myers Beach, Fla, Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost, F@r NI Your Printing Needs Cheney Free Press Duncan Thomson Resigns At EWSC Dr. Duncan Thomson has resigned from Eastern Wash- ington State College to accept a position as head o the sci- en.ce division of Medesto Jun- ior College, Medesto, CaliE. effective September 1. This summer Dr. Thomson is with the Nation`al Science Foud,ation Research at H, igh- ian.d University, Las Vegas, N. M. Spangle Hews By Virginia M. Strook SUMMER JOB HELD Bradley Brewer, son of Dr. alid Mrs. Mas.on Brewer, State College, Pa., is at the Edwin Brewer farm, where he will help with haying arrd har- vest activities. SOUTHERNERS VISIT Mr. ,and Mrs. Bruce Cole and daughter, Di:ane, Leicester, N. C., are visiting for a week with :their .eou.sns, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aen and Joe. Miss Cole, a recent high school grad- vote, san,g a solo at church srvices Sunday morning and :oined Ben Gerking in a duet. The Coles, Alleas, Byers and erkirgs enjoyed a picnic on the church lawn the Fourth of July. MARY WITTWER HOME Miss Mary Anon Wittwer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wittwer, arrived lome via pane and bus from awaii for a vacation. She i:s busy making the rounds catlin.g on her old friends and cl,assmates. Tlis is her second trip home si'nce she left for I4awaii, where she has been employed for several yars. PERSONAL MENTIONS Mrs. Robert Cramer, Linda, Shirley rand C:haNotte arrived home l:st week form a two `and one-half week trip which took them to Texas, where they vis- ited .at the homes of Mrs. Cra- reef's parents a,rrd othes f the family. They report that they ave happy to be back in this part of the country as the heat in Texas `arid New Mex- i,co was stffLirg and atmost un- bearbie to them. Ron Green was home oer the ,holRhy week,errd fam Su.ncburst, Mont., where he is empk)yed. He reported dam- age from the floods wheh hit that section of Montana is al-. most un, beRevabe, with many lromes a total loss from water I damage `a,ione, nd the sterrch from the sir ,id unsanitary drainage tha n kists being hrible. 'Juy Fourth was a time of reunion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bleimmr. Sixtv- eiffht members of the family enjoyed the day. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Craig `and family, Ms. Ad, aline Swron. and Dixie, and Mrs. Anna Bk- er, all of Sou'hwick, Id,aho; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Swanson amd fa,mily, Julietta, Idaho; Mr. and :Mrs. Bill M ortenson arid Susan, Mscow; Mrs. Fra:rrcis Alyick, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Doren- doff and family, Mr. and Mrs. M`arvin Dorendor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Roberts and Mrs. Gertruder, Dorendorf, all ,of Kellogg. Others were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Derendorf, Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln McHaffy and family, Mr. `and Mm. Don Tolther arrd family, all of Pas- co; Mr. and Mrs. Don Riely ad family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hickstein, Mr. rand M,s. Ever- ett Tall and Mrs. Louise Hol- terman all of Spokarm, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Piersol and family and Mrs. Irm`a Hanson and the host and lmtess, all of Spangle. Mr. and Mrs. FA Sock en- joyed dirmer at the lon Green home on the Fourth. Gests of l. 'and Mrs. Cl, aude Schieche were Vaarffhn Knuth and Mrs. Martha Niel- sen. ' Mrs. Zenni" Danfoth is on a, gan!ge sponsored bus .tp which is taking the .group through parts of Carad'$ and some north central states. Mrs. Vea, l'a Hengen of Romlia is on the tour. Mr. and Msi. Carl ttasmus- .sen received a phone Call, from their son, jim, from Pendle- ton, Ore.,  Mnday morn- ing, reporting the birth of ,twi'a ,sons to the you,rig Ras- fia ussens. The twins, ,however, weigh ony about 2 pounds and are three mnths pre- mature, so that there s con- side,able ,a,nxiety 'about their eotion nd ch ,nces for sur- vival. The Can,1 tasmussens family left hnmedi,ately to be with the young couple. Last year 629 person, s died in traffic accidents almae, an irmrease of about 2.9% eyrir 1962. Classified advertising does a great job at a small cost. HEALTH INTS Prepared by American Foundation for Animal Health The threat to livestock and the heavy loss to the farm economy caused by leptospirosis is gener- ally recognized. But the threat this disease poses to people often receives little attention. A study of recent figures shows why more attention should be given to this livestock disease and its threat to humans. During the years 1958-60, some 18 per cent of the persons stricken by ieptospirosis died. Authorities blame this rather high death rate on lack of proper recognition of seemingly mild infections and their possible consequences. ! In humans, lepto may cause headaches, fever and jaundice. Among animals the disease pri- marily affects cattle, hogs, sheep, horses and dogs. Since lepto is so widespread in our animal popu- lation, it is easy to see why there is concern for the threat it poses to people. The disease is often spread through the urine of carrier ani- mals. Humans or animals coming into contact with equipment, ground, streams or ponds which may have been contaminated in this way may well contact lepto. A case in point was an incident in a midwestern state not too long ago when 40 persons became in- fected after swimming in a slow- moving rural stream. Unfenced farm ponds may become sources of leptospiro- sis infection for both people and livestock. Thus the warnings: stay clear of slow-moving streams, and ponds which are not fenced, do not drink raw milk, and be espe- cially careful around animals sick with lepto and around equip. ment the sick animals may have contaminated. One way to help blunt the threat of lepto to people is to do everything possible to control the disease in animals. The best and safest assurance against it is to have a veterinarian vaccinate ani- mals in areas where the disease has been a problem. This can stop it at its source. Prompt' treatment of animals whick  become infected also will help ...... i Symptoms of lepto in animals generally include loss of appetiteb abortions and fever. !:;- From bfacss tO wheelcMIr ::; to sd... that Is the tragic life stotY  of a child wRR muscular dystrophy. Please contribute to UII . MARCH FOR I MUSCULAR DySTROpliY 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 SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Rubber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press You can relax when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance 10% SAVING ON ROOF COATINGS How are you fixed for weather protection? 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