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: THANKS to thank our ar,ci Fre for putting out fireghn our place Rosenau Rase,Itau jyl7p Morrison &amp;Huppin 0000WJNT L )l ,,  pokane, Wash. OF ESTATE No. 75906 Court of the State of and for the County of of the ]state of deceased. County of Spo- given that Fern E. Administratrix of the and presented and filed in the Super- County, State of Final Account as such the dis- in which the to eettle said Estate, property to the heirs to the same, and said Fern E. Bramhall, and the 18th day of August, hour of 10:00 o'clock Court room of our said in the City of Spo- County, has been hearing &rot settle- and Petition at which time and iterested in said estate file his exceptions in and contest the same. day of July, 1964. County Clerk and Court. y 17-31) MERRYMAN BMg., Spokane, Wat. :TO CREDITORS 77510 Court of the State of and for the County of of the Estate of deceased. given that the under- appointed Executor estate in this qUalified accordingly, and having claims against required to serve claims, with necessary vouchers, at West 1636 "Washington or up<m the attorneys of office at 418 Symons and file such of such service in he Clerk of the above of Spokane. Washing- months after the first notice, or they will first of this of July, 1964. of the above. Attorneys H. Murphy SpokarJe, Wasb. A, MOWERY Spokane, aWsh. OE SALE OF PROPERTY Court of the State of and for the County of of the Etato of LLY, also known as MALDEN CON- given that Harriet Admin,istratrix of the eState will sell at private or on terms the fol- interst in real property interest in Sale Agree- real property, said dated June 9, 1961, Esther L. Scharpen- Vendor, and Ray- a single per- and covering the real property, to- that part of Lot 4 of a line drawn of and parallel line of said 4, of Replat of Blocks 14, and Tract "E" of an Addition to Spo- and Coun&y of Spo- .on to the high- take place on or after f July. 1964. Bids must and will be Connelly, West 421 River- reserves the and all bids. 1964) NAPPI Bldg., Spokane SALE OF 64778 Court of the State of and for the County of of the Estate and MAGGIE M. KLEM- given that jn pur- Superior Court in and for made on the 1964, in the above undersigned Guard- aship, will sell at bidder, and confirmation by said and after the 28th at 10 o'clock a m., md interest of said real estate, which County of Spokane, Classified Rates5 cents per word, with 75c minimt'm (or 15 words). Minimum adv. not paid in cash will carry a 15c billing charge. FOR SALE SPINET PIANO. Privately owned by party in this vion- ity moving out of sta,te. Will hardle contract ,or sacrifice for cash. Also ELEC. ORGAN. Write or phone Bookkeeper, TaLlman Piano Stores, Inc., N. 1915 Divi,sion, Spolane, FA 5-5'933. (Jy 10-24) Three bedroom, fireplace, full basement FHA appraised at $12,000. Will sell for less. 359-2436 (Jy 10 if) Older 5 bedroom and den. Ex- cellent location, 2 full baths, oversize double garage, oil heat, large corner lot with feIced yard. Incdludes pavg and all assessments pMd. tOtal price $12,450 with FItA teruns, far further information call 235-4175 (Jyl0tf Almost new 3 bedroom, mMn floor utility, full basement. To- tal price icludig al ssess- ments $14,900. $300 down with terms to suit. ph. 235-4175 (Jy 10 tf) Wils Lake }ot with trailer house, alum. boat .and 5 hp moor. Full price $4,950. Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St. 25'5-4050 (Jy 10 tf) "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nicely decated, split lev- el, on,y 2 yrs. old; new dis- trict. Ovtner's learnt town. Must sei]. 3 BDRM. $14,000 CLASS Newer lime near homes in $20,000 class, el0se to schools. Ken Moran 235-4084 Widmer Realty 603 Cou'mbta Bldg. jl2tf @ FOR RENT Furnisl)ed apartment for rent. 119 W. 6th, phone 235-6525. jl9tf Large older 2 bedroom ome in best 1:ocation, near sch, ools. Ken Morhn, 603 Co- lumbia Bldg., Widmer Realty. 235-4084. jy3tf View lot home near caege, 4 bedroom, 2 full baths up- stairs. Recreation r0om and apartment in daylight bas ment, 5 years od. 234174. jy3tf 30-inch otpoint range. 235- 6345. jyl7 Beautgul solid mahogany an- ique drop leaf table, seats 3, folds appvox 22 inches: $100 419 Fifth, Apt G. jy17p Double bed, chest, vanity, ping ponrg table, dinettetable and chairs, fi,berboard wardrobe. Fhone 235-6890. jy17p '51 Ohev. Sod. DeE f, or sleeping --48,000 actuM miles. &ood tire, clean. $150.00. 237-4223. jyl7tf Modern two bedroom year- ,roun.d Williams Lake home, Leasing now for fall: 1 or 2 bedroom furnished-unfurn- ished apts, $60 to $85. WTite 1214 E 43rd, Spolane. Phone MA 4-0692, RI 7-7553. (Jyl0ff) 3 b.r. furmshed $75. 2 b.r un- furltished $55. Ed Doten Re Estate 424 1st St. 235- 4050 (Jy 10 tf) Rental optiol avaihble Sept. 1st, Almost new 2 B.R. with fin4hed den which could be 3rd bedroom. Lawn in, on im- proved street. $125. me. for further information call 235- 4175 (Jy 10 tf) Year-round 2 bedroom home on Silver Lake. Partly fur- nished. Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St., 235-4050. jyl7tf 3 bedroom unfurnished house. Inquire at College Inn. jy17 Large 2,bedroom apt., carpet- ing, stove, refrigerator, hun- dry, .storage. 235-6374 or 235- 455'3. jyl7p 2 bedroom house, partiay fuT- nished, ava.ilable Aug. 1. Call 235-4929. jy17p 2-bedroom house for rent. all 235-6614. jy17p 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. jl8tf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you dO not wish to sell. 414 First St.. Cheney jl9tf For rent--Weed sprayer, $3.00 per day. Cheney Commmfity Weed Committee,. See Hank Rudolf or call 235-6365, or 235- 4786, or 255-4124. jyl0-31 CONCRETE for Farm arid Home Free Estimates and Conven- ient terms Crushed Rock for Roads Gravel far D,raLrffields ACME CONCRETE SPOKANE KE 4 2626 Call Collect for Iormation WANTED TO RENT large lot, frontage, bullt4ns ..... o alle e be'be dighasher. Must sell, terms: mge fa. ou.j. r ust Yave 237 4223 after 430 p m g q ' " " ", 1,ztf]refvig-freezer. Lea Rose, Nero- , ,u - [man Lake, WaSh. j26-jy17p Dining room table and 6 chairs, , -l--n onn io+ c, ,,=a IUleC apamen or sur,, ................ "="Z" 1- I .ouse for eMerly gentlenaan ]Y /Imoving to Cheney in August. 235-4589. tsf: [:OR SALE OR RENT described as tel- the Westerly 7 feet Westerly 3.5 feet in Block 9 of Lib- To Spokane, as 'ecorded in Volume 28. situate in, the of Spokane, Wash- driveway easement of record. are to be in writ- by leaving said the undersigned Central Euildig, or with the Olerk DaeSpOkane Cotm. H. Klemm, to reject any mad Guardia of the estate and guardian- pokane, Wash. EMMILL Ide., SImkane of the State of the County of :niff to Alto May named : SUmmoned to a10Pear after the date of this Summons. days after the and defend the the above named of and serve Un the under- plaintiff at their below crated ; in to do, judgment you according which of the divorce. Plaintiff divorce from the of cruel treat- the infliction of Plaintiff by plaintiff's settlement of ,arties ar, d rigbts the minor chin mill Address : "' Spokane, Wash. 17-Aug. 21) Must sell or rent immediately, two bedroom house. Proper- ty contains two lots. 424 We:st Lincoln, Cheney, 235-6261 jyl0-31p HELP WANTED I Want fry cook, 2 p. m. to 10 p. m. Fireside Restmvant. 285-4420. jy3 Avon representative in Amber ,aTM Medical Lake .areas. Call oll;ect KE 5-3497 jy3ff Wanted man with chain saw to cut wood will give 2/3 goad ground. Must live p.u. ,or truck. Phone SAratoga 3 -2422, Medical Lake. jyl0-17p News correspondent to report' Four Lakes news for FREE PRESS.  or come into Free Press. Stm immediately. Per- manent. Pay by colunm inch. APARTMENT WANTED Want ground floor pt. Steady renter. Non drinker. Pone Mirror Ba, rbor Shop. jyl7p BOOK  Roll, F $c YANK IN YUCATAN d. L. FM,. "Rdr.hl.g experiea." Dr. L . .vd,, #z. o l Sd. a Sat. n "xlr book." Mllto R. Hunter, PhD. Mormon 42 Illus. Ch $ 3.95 11HIE SOUTH AND THE NATION   Lawm.  amhof moq fe  , b. mdal ondou and  Dbry, tm af  "a 1Azlm domm  The  g.Am lira m,atbem m t s ohea ml hfm Island Pre 600 Bahia Via, Ft. Myers. Beach, Fla. CUSTOM HOMES Let us build on your lot, or ours to suit you, and "Save." We also Tmge for FHA ar Conven'nl Finan- cing. Good lots in new sec- on of town. Improvements are i. Low don. Call Ken Morl'an, 235-4084. Widmer Palty 603-4 C6hxmbia t'dg. il2tf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf 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 i ORDINANCE NO. F-3O AN ORDIN'ANOE amending Sectior* 21.08.070, Subsection A of Section 21.44- .010, and Subsection. (b) of Section 21.- 24.030 of the Chency City Code, said eec- tious relating to the definition of buildirg height, the mininmm requirements in res- idential zones, and the minimum play- ground area for multiple dwellin.g units, all in conn'tion with Chapter 21 of the Cheney City Code relating to the regula- trim and restriction of the location, use. and bulk of buildin,:s and structures and to the use of land in the City of Cbeney. Whereas. Section 21.08.070 of the Che- hey City Code reads as follows: "Building height" shall mean the ver- tical distance measured from an ad- joining highest curb elevation to the highest elevation point of the roof beams, in the case of a flat roof, and to the mean height level of the rof in the case of a pitched roof." and WHEREAS, Subsection, A of Section 21.44.010 of the Cheney City Code reads as follows : "A. GENERAL. The following mini- mum bulk and size requirements shall be applicable to essential uses of the three residential zones : Front yard depth: R-1 Zone, 15 feet; R-2 Zone, 15 feet; R-3 Zore, 15 feet Rear yard depth: R-1 Zone, 30 feet; R-2 Zone. 30 feet ; R-3 Zone, 30 feet Size yard width: R-1 Zone, 10 feet; R-2 Zone, 7]/2 feet R-3 Zone 71/2 feet Minimum zoning lot size: R-1 Zone. 7,000 sq. ft. ; R-2 Zone, 5,000 sq. ft. plus 2,000 sq. ft. for each additional one-family bldg. ir excess of one; R-3 Zone, 4,000 sq. ft. plus 1,000 sq. ft. for each additional dwell- ing unit. For example : 2,100 sq. ft. house on 7,000 eq. ft. lot 1,500 sq. ft. house on 5,000 sq. ft. lot 1.400 sq. ft. house on 4,000 sq. ft. lot G.F.A.R. : Maximum bldg. height, essential use: R-1 Zone, .30 ; R-2 Zone, .30 ; R-3 Zone, .:5 R-1 Zone 2 stories but not to exceed 30 ft. ; R-2 Zone ,2 stories, but not to exceed 30 ft. ; R-3 Zone, 3 stories or 48 ft.. Whichever is less. Maximum bldg. height, other building: R-1 Zone 1 story, but not to exceed 15 ft. ; R-2 Zone, 1 story, but not to exceed 15 ft. ; R-3 Zone 1 story, but but not to exceed 15 ft. Outer court minmum width: none; none; 21/2 times building height, I with minimum of 40 feet Inner court minimum width: none; nne; 2 times building height with minimum of 30 ft. ;" and plicable to essen.tial uses of the three WHEREAS, Subsection (b) of Section 21..24.030 of the Cheney City Code reads as follows : '(b) Accessory uses are as provided in the R.2 Zone, except that the number of garage spaces or off-street parking for motor vehicles only shall equal the umber of one-family units containe in the multiple-family structure; in ad- dition each apartment or multiple dwell- ing unit having three or more units shall provide a playground or play area of not less than, two thousand square feet for three units plus two hundred and fifty square feet for each additional unit. Play area may be any portion of the side or back not usec as off-street parking."; and WHEREAS, the Plannirrg Commission of the City of Cher, ey, after eonduct- in public hearings has recommended to I the City Council of the City of Cneney that said portion of the Cheney City Code i be amended; and ! WHEREAS, pursuance to notice duly and regularly given thereof, the City Council of the City of Cheney conducted a public bearir on June 30, 1964 at the hour of 8:00 p.m., in the City Coun- cil chambers of the City of Cheney at the Cheney City Hall where any Imrso |n- terested in the amendment of such sec- tions appeared and was heard; now therefore The City Council of the City of Cheney Do Ordain as Follows : SECTION 1. Section 21.08.070 of the Cheney City Cede is hereby amended to read as follows: 21.08.070 Building Height. "Building height" shall mean the vertical dis- tance measured from an adjoining highee.t curb elevation to the highest elevatmn po]r of the reef beams, in in the case of a flat roof, and to the mean height level of the roof in the case of a pitched roof; provided how- ever, that in the R-:lne building : height shall be determirted aa measure from either an adjoindng highest curb elevation or from the lowest elevation that any use is made of the structure, including parking, storage and service areas, but excluding footings and found- ations, whichever is lower. SECTION 2. Subseetiot A of Seotion 21.44.010 of the Cheney City Code is hereby amended to read as follows: A. GENERAL. The following minimum bulk and size requirements shall be ap- plicable to essential uses of the three residential zones : Front yard depth: R-1 Zone, 15 feet; R-2 Zone, 15 feet R-3 Zone, 15 feet Rear yard depth: R-1 Zorm, 30 feet; R-2 Zone, 30 feet R-3 Zone, 30 feet Size yard width : R-1 Zone, 10 feet; R-2 Zone, 7 feet R-3 Zone, 7/ feet Minimum zoning lot size; R-1 Zone, 7,000 sq ft" R 2 " -, - (yne, 5,000 sq. ft. plus 2,000 sq. ft. for each additional one-family bldg. in excess of one; R-3 Zone, *See note below For example : R-1 Zone, 2.100 sq. ft. hOuse on 7,000 sq.ft, lot; R-2, 1,500 sq. ft. house on 5,000 sq. ft. lot ; R-3 Zone, 1,400 eq. ft. house on 4,000 eq. ft. lot G.F.A.R. : Maximum bldg.height, essential use: R-1 Zone, .30; R-2 Zore, .30; R-3 Zone, .35 R-1 Zone, 2 stories but not to exceed 30 ft. ; R-2 Zone. 2 stories but not to to exceed 30 fL; R-3 Zone, 35 ft. Maximum bldg. height, other building: R-1 Zone, 1 story, but not to exceed 15 ft. ; R-2 Zone, 1 story, but not to exceed 15 ft. ; R-3 Zone, 1 story, but not to exceed 15 ft. Outer court minimum width: R-1 Zone none" R-2 Zone none. R-3 Zone, 2/2 times' building height 'with mmimum of 30 feet Inner court mirMmum width: R-1 Zone, none; R-2 Zone, nvne  R-3 Zone, 2 times building height, with minimum of 30 feet *NOTE: Minimum zoning lot size in R-3 Zone: Any nmber of dwellig units may be built on a given lot provided all other requirements in this Ordinance are met relative to playground area, off- street parking, front yard, rear yard and back Yard depth. SECTION 3. Subsection (b) of Section. 21.24.030 of the Cheney City Code is hereby amended to read as follows : (b) Accessory uses are as provided in the R-2 Zone, except that the number of garage spaces or off-street parking for motor vehicles only shall equal the number of one-family units conslued ir the multiple-family structure; iR addition each apartment or multiple dwelling unit having three or more nnite shall provide a playgrounl or play area not less than 600 square feet for the first three bedrooms plus 50 square feet for eaeh additional bed- room in. the apartment building; said play area may be incorporated with side yard or back yard, but cannot be part of any driveway or parking area and cannot be crossed by nny drive- way; the play area must be desirably Roses Need Loving Care For Growth Friday, July 17, 1964 Correct cutting of roses will encourage faster and stronger growth of new flowering stems. Most garden roses, includ:g hybrid tea roses, floriban4as, aid grandiflaras, are expect- ed to produce blooms though- out the summer sea,son and into fall. Each bloom should be cut out, or off, as soon a,s the pet- als start to fall. If there are )several bu and blooms in a ;chister, each bloom shod be cut out as it begins to fde and break up. The cut ma$ be niade just above the first leaf below the bloom, or where the stem brarches from the rest of the cluster. After all of the blooms in a cluster ,are removed, a cut should be made farther down the cane for best re-groWth. If there is just a single bloom at the tip of the cane, it may be cut for an indoor bouquet or left in the garden unil it fades. In either event, the cut should be made sev- eral buds down the cae. Leaves near the tip of the cane just below the bloom are usually single. Just below his there ,are usually one or two sprays of three leafle%s, stiii}Swi m Team Enters farther down the cane are us-i u all7 ,sprays of five leaflets. he buds Where the five-leaved [ 2 Weekend Events sprays are attac'hed to the t cane are the strongest mid produce the best blooms. The cane should be cut just above one ,of the upper fiveleaved spray of leaves. Roses cut just before the petals start to unfold will con- tInue to develop normally and will remain in good condion longer than if they are ]ft to open fully .on the plant. DEBBY KINGSLY TAKES 2 FIRSTS IN SWIM MEET Cheney Free Press Page 5 SCOUT CITED--Thomas Whitfield, son of Dr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Whitfield, was presented the God and Country award recently for his work as a Boy Scout and in Christian fellow- ship through his church, the United Church of Christ. Whit- field is a member of Scout Troup 56. Debby Kin, gsly, 8-year-old Cheney swimmer, took two firsts and a fourth in the Butte, Mont., Amevicma Ahletie Un- ion swimming and diving Cham- pionships over the weekend. Debby, a member of the Eastern Washin, gton State Col- lege Recreation AssoCiation, coached by Cazz Kaovebi, swam unattached in the meet. She wo4a the 50-meter free style and the 50-meter back st'roke and was fourth in 5 Takes Home Medals Members of the Eastern WasbiLgton Recre,ation as. clarion swim team attended two meets during the week- end of July 11 and 12. Tl:e majority of the team mem- bers entered the W,asington State open meet in Pa, sco. Joe Graves won a third place in boys 11 and 12 10-meter back- stroke. Tom Stone received a h:st place trophy in Junior AAU diving for boys 14 and under. The 11 and 12-year- old boys relay team took a second place in the 200meter Freestyle Ray. Other team members ho qua,lifted ,or the finals and added points to the team's total were Peggy Stein- er, Tim Morl, an, Mike Graves, Dianna Goole$, Dick Steiner and Karen Brown Debhie Kin, gsly traveled to Butte, Mont., to enter a meet span, sored by the swim club in that city. She received a meter breast.stroke,  in the [first place in girls 8 a,d under girls 8an:d-under cia,s. ' " [freesle, a first phce in girls She is the daughter of ?!r. [ 8 and under backstroke and a, and Mrs. Rernard Kingsly. fouTth )lace in girls 8 and un- Kingsly is an ,assistant profes-]der breaststroke. sor .of education at EWSC. I Mrs. Kingsly is .librarian at I:etz Junior High School in Ihas traveled throughout Rus- sia, England, the Scandinav- Cheney. fan countries arm Africa in his Dark Continent To Be Discussed At EWSC Tuesday A University of Arizona pro- teaser of education on the sum- mer quarter staff of Eastern Washington State Co)legs will steak on "A Look at E,dica- tionaL Problems in Africa" at a convocation Tuesday morn- iug at the college. Dr. Victor H. Kelley, who located and adequately shaped with the width not less than one-third the length. SECTION 4. This Ordinarce shall be in full force and effect five (5) days after passage, approval and publication Passed by the Council and alyproved by the Mayor this 14th day'of July, 1964. Nolan Brown,, Mayor kTTEST : Roy Foss, City Clerk APPROVED AS TO FORM: Merritt A. Johnson, City Attorney (July 17) ORDINANCE NO. F-29 An Ordinance repealing Seetior Two (2) of Ordinance E-8, entitled "AN OR- DINANCE vacating that portion of Oak Street in Reservoir Park Addition to the City of Cheney lying betwemt North Ninth Street (formerly Ontario Street) and Erie Street." The Council of the City of Cheney do Ordain, as Follows : Section 1. Section Two (2) of Ordinance -8 is repealed. Section 2. This Ordinance shall take effect after its passage, approval nnd publication. InCroduced this 14th day of July. 1964. Adopted and approved this 14th day of July, 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest : Roy Foss, City Clerk Approved as to form: M. A. Johnson, City Attorney (July 17) stumes of comparative educa- tion, will also speak at a Th.urs- day noon meeting ,of the EWSC Delta Psi chapter of Phi Delta Kappa, international frater- nity for men, in edueaon. The public is invited to both talks. The Tuesday program will begin at 10:30 a. m. in Mar- tin Hall aud'itorium; the Thurs- day talk wil'l follow a noon luncheon in Taanka Com- PIOUS. CARD OF THANKS We desire to thank or friends for their kindness, words ,f vmpathy and fl0val offerings in our late bereave- mont. Mrs dwin PBeo Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Phil- !co and family Mr. and Mrs. John McGourin and son )J-it n.d Mrs. Jack Philleo and family jyl 7 Summer is the time of year when children slam shut the doors they leave open all win- ter. NOTICE TO CONNECT TO SEWER Notice is hereby given that the Town of Medical Lake has accepted a com- pleted, the contract for construction of the public sewer system and that all persons required to do so by Section 104 of Ordinance No. 312, adopted July 1, 1964, are required to cormect their prem- ises to the public sewer system within sixty (60) days after publication of this rotice. A permit and inspection of five dollars ($5.00) shall be paid to the Town Treas- urer as set forth in Section 302 of said Ordinance No. 312. In  event blasting is necessary, a bond or blasting insurance in accordance with County and/or State regulations, or equi- valent, is required. Ntiee is further given that all persons failing to comply with terms of this notice shall be subject to the penalties prescribed in Section 405 of said Ordin- ance No. 312. Date of the publicatior of this notice is the 17th day of July, 1964. Ry order of the Town Council and al- proved by the Mayor. E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town Clerk and Treasuter Town of Medical Lake Spokane County, Washington (July 17, 1964) DANCE ,, tly 18th SPRAGUE LAKE RESORT DANCING UNTIL 2 A. M. SPRAGUE, WASH. You can rela x when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance The Spokane County Citizens for CHRISTENSEN INVITE YOU To A Fund Raising Dinner In Honor Of 235-6378 Serving the Cheney and Monday Jum, 27, 7:15. p. m. Ridpath Hotel- Crop,re Room Medical Lake Area Special Guest ..... with MRS. RICHARD G. CHRIsTENSEN All Standard Oil Products Tickets - $25 Per Couple AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor CHENEY For tickets by mail, send check or money order to Chris- ensen Headquarters, 508 W. First, Spokane, MA 4-3686. General Chairnht% Robert T. Cdene 217 Vrrthtoul Office Bldg. mmmmmmmmJ