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Ed Doten REALTY 424 FIRST ST, CHENEY PHONE  235-4050 Custom Building By Harold Wunderlich US TO SEE DISPLAY HOME WITH FORCED HEAT AND MANY OTHER MODERN FEA- FOR SALE spht level, baseboard electric heat, patio, Aug. 15, FHA appraisal $13,725.00, Plus loan cost. $96.50 per month including re- ALMOST NEW full basement, electric heat, very nice $15,500.00. Small down payment with payments. INCOME PROPERTY house, located near Safeway. Outstanding ircome property. Full price $26,000.00. cash down. Call For Information daylight basement $15,500.00. and shop, 2 lots, $11,950.00. ar garage $7,850.00. /2 lots $9,500.00. electric heat $7,950.00. 3&apos;-bdrm. near Four Lakes. 3-bdrm. outskirts Cheney. Acres near Gheney. Cheney. Easy Monthly Payments Mse arrange custom building. FHA financing available for building. , Wm. P. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENE, WASH. 304 N. 6th ?at j9tf Low cotion. j 18tf lper. practice Free j29Hx of all kinds The Free jl5tf in for and ,hear CUrln, 2 jy2tf 3-speed extra 4- condition. 1, Box ?. jy9-16 lake. front. Cheney. jy9tf one.yer-oM spfht entry inihed. large nook, Foes, Wash. jy9u sectional, E. 3rd St. jygp we- Medical jy16p 2 dov hard. steering, 114 3rd. jyl6p - With Hesson grain jyl6 you bale and Jim Huh- 2803. j16 sea- passenger, good con- jyl6 20 ft., pved g, 235- jyl6-a6 ho121e. heat. at 24 5th Buy $8500. jy16 te ela,uifleda 'e FOR RENT o bade.corn ,house, close in tmfurnlshed, autonatic heat Also sttio partment. Phone 235-6863. W. 228 FiSh. j lStf One bedroom house, stove, re- frigewator, electric heat, $40.00. Phone 235-6518. j18tf 3 new duplex apts. All electri- cal ppBanCes, w/w carpets. Phone 23'5-4747. Thos. Matney, 1506 2nd. jyl6f 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 yem's, no pets. Refe.rences. Write: Jack C. Benson, 410 Mill Street, Ren- tn Wainon. jyg-23p WANT TO BUY One (1) 26" gil's ,bike and a trumpet or cornet for a be- ginnew. Call 235-4454. jyl6p LOST Yellow male cat lost Friday, reward. Phone HU 7-6314, Spokane. jyl6p FOR SALE OR TRADE Choice lots in town of Medical Lake, north end of lake. $5'00 or trade. Thoma J. Fahey N. 1423 Howard, phone Spo- kane FA 6-1511. j25-jy16p My home ,on Fh lake between Myers .Park and county park. Only property available with lake frontage. 235-6363 eve- ninlgs and weekends. Jy 9if 24 cu. ft. upright freezer. Cal 235-6549. jyl6-30 SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney jl9tf BIDS WANTED on tearing down wooden bmlding on Main Street, (e,ney, amd clearing site. Bid'dew to take salvage. Lloyd Holladay, ,home phone 235.6371. ,y2tf HELP WANTED Housework .and hep care for patient jst tmme from hos- pdtal, loy Kinzel, Cheney 235- 4003. jyl6p ,our ! J * AD,VERTIS|RS ,WARDED SCHOLARSHIP--Seattle Alumnae chapter of Mu Phi Epsilon, national honor- ary music sorority, provided a summer quar- ter scholarship at Eastern Washington State College for Sylvia Z. Ocsio of the Philippines to complete her work toward a master's de- gree in music. Pictured is Miss Gwendoline Harper, EWSC associate professor of music and faculty adviser of the college's Epsilon Iota chapter, left, and Mrs. Harold K. Stevens, MPE district director, right, as Miss Ocsio receives news of the award. Eastern Graduate is Supt. Of Lake Oswego's System, Chosen as Tops in Oregon dents learning something be. sides thumb-twiddlingl Best wishes, Ruby (Steiner) Ham- merly. By John Guernsey Staff Writer, The Ogonian The practice of hand-pick- irg teachers nd then encour- aging them to try and develop better education techniques has paid ,big dividexs for the Lake Oswego schl system. The school system has been dsignaed as the Oregon sclool operation which contri- buted the most to education improvement during tbe past year. The atiorml Education As- sedation and Parade Magma- zinc conducted extensive re- search to select the top school system in ezeh of the fifty state,s. They wffi receive "Pacemaker" ,awards for lead- ersh, ip in education. The ward winner in Wash- ington is the West Valley chool district in Spokame, for extensive upgrading of kinder- garten through third grade in- The Free Press recently re- ceived from RE, by Steiner Ham- merely of Tiller, Ore., a clip ping from The Portland Ore- goman reporting that the Lake Oswego school system had been picked as the ,best n Oregon. The stperintendent is Dr. Rus- sell Esvelt, a graduate of East- ern college in the thirties. Here is :her note aecompanyig the clipped news story. I thought you might be inter- ested in this article from last Sunday's Oregonian, as Russell Esvelt was an Eastern College student in the 1930's. Remem- bering him as one of the bet- ter student teachers I had in my days as a guinea pig for would-be teachers, it is not sur- prising that he has been named as an outstanding educator. If memory serves me well, he was a student teacher when I was in junior high school, so he would not have been steep- ed in Frasier-type Progres- sivism. Therefore, it is to be hoped that his new and un- usual' methods resUlt in the stu- Newer Home 4 bedroom, baths, living room, din- ing room, double garage, patio, many addi- tional features. See By Appointment F. H. A. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE PROTECTION FOP, YOUR eATING #ALL RISK" COVERAGE FOR OUTBOARD MOTORS, BOATS, TRAILERS AND EQUIPMENT UNITED PACIFIC INSURANCE COMPANY Member of United Pacific Insurance Group Home Office Ta0m$, Wash. Enjoy boating this spring and summer with a relaxed thought about your boat, metor and accessories. See us now for a broad coverage United Pacific policy with all risk physical damage including fire, theft, wind- storm, explosion, vandalism, sinking, stranding, motor overboard, and many other hazards. CALL US NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ED DOTEN INSURANCE 424 FIRST, CHENEY structon. The West Valley system .ale0 has developed Ot- izenship conciou.sness within eSuati'on programs. Idaho's winner is .the Cassia county school system, which conducted ,an exhaustive self evatu'aon of its system, and then incorporated improve- ment recommendatis. NEA offi, ciais sd the Lake Oswego ,selection was based on the school district's zcord of trying and adopting iproved methods of education, and de- velo#ng its own new methods in many programs. The key to the success of Lake Oswego schools is the basic education plosophy of Supt. Russell Esvelt, wire has been ,a teacher and adminis- trator in Washington, Califor- ifia and Oregon schools for 32 years. "We concentrate on hand- pickivg the teachers Who join our system, and then we an- courage ,them to go out on a limb to develop better techi metlmds, and to adopt other new techniques if they seem worthwhile." Aother important ingrectient to Lake Oswego schoal success is that EsveR encouges---and get -- parent participation in every area of the school oper- ation, i "We have and use active parent committees in budget preparation, curricula modi- fication, building develpment, fund raising and all -other phases of the sclms. The pa- rents understand what we are trying to do and help us do it. The parent support for Lake Oswego schoots is evident ,by the amount per student the district spend each year $652. The figure includes bond redemption and trarta- tion, and is far in exss of the amount per student spent by most school districts. What are some of the excep- tional practices at Lake Os- wego which vaulted .the school system into rmtional recogni- tion? Man, .school d.trets are still talkin, g bout expement- inig with the ungraded system nv report cards. Lake Os- Friday, July, lfi 1965 parents and Students .like it. Lake Oswego high school students hst year heard first hand reports from such otable pcrsons as Averffl Harviman, Artlmr MiNer, Sen. Wayne Morse. Gov. Mark Hatfield-- with the guest speakers often hundreds of miles .a,way in their offices. The speakers were brought into the classrooms via tele- i lectures. Where telephone ,hookups permit students to have question-answer seas&ms with the nation,Ely kaown per- sons. Lake Oswego was among the first school systems in the nation to use the method. Lake Oswego has derek)pad a kindergarte and fist grade in,struction method which is beng adopted by other schoel syStems. It invMves  the students studying rwn tapes prepared by the teacher, and the other lmlf engaged in pro- jects with the teacher. The groulas alternate. "It permits the teachers to deal with a smaller number of children face t) face at one time, and at the same time be teaching the entre class. The students ,progress fastew ulder the more individualized in- struction," Esvelt said. Many school districts are just beginnirg to try amw math. Lake Oswego's 5,150 kindergar- ten tlrough 'high .scheool stu- dents are using it, having start- ed six years ao. The sclmal district ao is wen affog in the use of new chemistry, bi- ology and lhysi.cs programs. Lake Oswego alo has de- veloped its own dosed-circuit tdevision system, which is portable and is moved around from school to school. "It works iike ,a charm," EsveR said. "And the whole thing cast us less than $4,000." The school system places a premium on library a:ilities, and complete resources and professional librarians axe. available in the high school, two junior .highs, ad five ele- mentary schools. I,t develops its mvn instruc- tional materils development cemer, and has received major grants from the Frd Foun. tion and State Department of Education to further the work. "If a eher gets an idea for a visual or audio-vis1 aid or improving in--on we can make it," E.welt said. "And the teachers lave come up wi some very good ideas in the form of graphs, overlays, ans- parences and tape recordings. The school system also is try- ing out a new method of grmn. mr instruction  to make learniag grammar interesting, ot puzzhng and discouraging. Many school systems are stoW to experiment with new methods. The Lake Oswego system goes al out to try new methods, and makes them avXable to all teachers and students if they tend to stim- uhte learning. Lake Oswego's exceptional efforts are reflected best in studert performance. It has a *six per cent drop- out rate at the high school lewl, compared with mawy school districts where the drop- out factor is 25 per cent and more. Careful driving calls for re- duced speed on veaidentiai streets, particuhrly near parked cas. lny child traffic accidents occur when a young- stew .runs into the street from behind a parked car. Last year industrial feds ,of 4-H provided over four nail. lion copies of educational pub- iications and other materials to aid 4-H'ers in their projects. FLORER, GERRAUGHTY & GEORGE 317 Symonx BMg. Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9651 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in aM for the County of Spokane. lt the Matter of the Etate o/ MAUD EGBERT, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the undel sigud has been appointed Executor of the above etate in this" Court and has qualified aeeordlngly, and that all Dereons havlr claims against wage las bad it for three years maid d are requlrsd to serve claims. at its Upland elementary duly verified with rcemary voeher upo the undersigned at 817 Symons seloo___ll (55__.00 student and the Bulldi____ S_._._ W,hington  u_n ........ STAN'S SALES & SERVICE 3623 E. Sprague Spokane, Wash., 99202 FURNACE CLEANING & REPAIR CALL HOLMES HDWE. LLOYD STANDLEY I II II I I II III I This Week Do You Need: I I I I Boat Insurance Crop Insurance? Victor Wilson Agency KE 4-2447 7-9-16 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Vllliam M. Gerrauhty the attorney of record at his office at 317 Symons Building, Spokane. Washing- to, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane. Washingtow within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 16th day of July, 1965. West C. Minkler Executor of the above estate. William M. Gerraughty, Attorney 317 Symons Building Spokane, Washington (July 16-30 ) HAROLD J. TRIESCH 509-515 Radio Central Bldg., Spokane NOTICE OF FILING OF PETITION AND TIME AND PLACE OF HEARING No. "/8496 Ir the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County 'of Spokane. Is* the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM E. O'NEIL, deceased. To: All the Heirs of the Estate of William E. O'Neil. deceased: Notice is hereby given that Bernard C. O'Neil. on behalf of eertair heirs at law of William E. O'Neil deceased. filed in this court on the 12th day of July, a petition for an order author- izing him to make partial distribution of the estate of William E. O'Nefl rior to the firml settlement of said estate, specifically that portion of the estate to which the followirg heirs at law are entitled and which is described in said petition now on file with the Clerk of Court : Robert F. O'Neil, Peggy Sharkey, Vera Plantenherg, Rose Clark, Berrard C. O'NeiI. Mary Lmu Warner, Ida M. Coffey, Charlotte V. O'Neil, Patrick O'Neil, Jea Colthurst, May Kelly, Frank C. O'Neil, George O'Nell Jr. That on the 4th day of August, 1965 at 10 o'clock a. m. at the above named court in the Courthouse at S:kane, Washington., a hearing will be held on said petitior when and where any per- son interested nmy appear and contest the same. Dated this 12th day of July, 1965. Gco. E. Fallquist Clerk of the Su- l>erior Court, Sl,kane County, Wash- irgton By lIarry Ieinzen, Deputy. Presented by: Harold J. Triesch, Attorney for Petitioner (July 16-30) WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 79653 In the Superior Cort of the State of Veashington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ROSALIE M. ALLEN, deceased. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate i this Court and ha qualified aceordfngly, anal that all persons having claims against said ae. ceased are required to asrv elainm, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 905 Paulsen Build- ing, Spokare, Washington or upon Wil- liam B. Iurker the attorney of record at his office at 05 Paulsen Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim, with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Oourt at the City of Spokane, Washington,. within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publieatior* of this notice is 16th day of July. 1965. Dolores L. Osborr* Executrix of the above estate. William B. Iunker Attorney 905 Paulser* Bider., Spokane. Wash. (July 15-30) GILLESPIE, PHILLIPs & GOSE Suite 518, Spokane & Eastern Building Spokane, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9548 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of FRANK HORODKO ncompetent. Notice is hereby given that the undel signed is attorney for the Guardian of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all perns having claims against said In- competent are required to serve claims duly verified with ncessary vouchers. upov the undersigned at 518 Spokane & FAstern Building, Spokare. Waahlngto or upc Pheltm R. Gose the attorney of record at his office at Suite 518 Spo- kane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washingon and file ouch claim with proof of tmeh ervice ir the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Wsahlngtau, within six moatha after the first publleatio of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 16th day of July, 1965. Spokane & Fmstern Branch, Seattle First National Bank by their at- torney : Phelps R. Gose, Suite 518, Spokane & Easterr Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. (July 16-30) WM. G. LUSCHER Suite 808 Northtown BMg., Spokane, Wn. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION No. 78861 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingto in and for th C<mnty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ELSINE M. GRIFFITH deceased. Notice is hereby give that EDNA L. JARRETT, as Adminltratrix of tbe estate of Elsine M, Griffith, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court, her final report and petition for dis- tributior asking the Curt to settle i said report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled anl to dis- charge said Administratrix; and that said report and petition will he heard on the 20th day of August, 1965, at 10:00 a m. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any persos in reseated in said estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the me. Dated this 22nd day of June. 1965. William G. Luscher, Attorney for Admlrdstratrix. lw offices of: William G. eher Suite 808 Northtow Bldg., N. 4407 Division St., Spokane, Wash, (July 16-$0) CLAUSEN & GEMMILL 70 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash NOTICE TO CEEDYrORS No 9631 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County vf Spokane. In the Matter off the Estate of ZOE A. LEWIS, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under* signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all Derso having claims against said deceased, are required to erve elalm, duly verified, with necessary voneher upon the undersigned a 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Washington or upo Clausen & Gemmill the attorneys of record at their office at 702 Fidelfty Building, Spokane, Wnon and file such claim with preof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane. Wn., within xtx monthsafter the first publication of this otiee, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 16th day of July, 1965. Elaine M. Rush Executrix of the above estate. Ciausen & Oermnill Attorneys 702 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (July 16-30)" II I II II III II Your Professional Insurance Agent, Ivan Clemons, Cheney