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Cheney Free Press Page 5 FOR SALE split level, baseboard electric heat, patio, Available Aug. 15, FHA appraisal $13,725.00, plus loan cost. $96.50 per month including re- ALMOST NEW full basement, electric heat, very nice full price $15,500.00. Small down payment with monthly payments. INCOME PROPERTY liouse, located near Safeway. Outstanding income property. Full price $26,000.00. down. Call For Information daylight basement $15,500.00. and shop, 2 lots, $11,950.00. 2-car garage $7,850.00. 11/ lots $9,500.00. electric heat $7,950.00. 2 Acres 3-bdrm. outskirts Cheney. 220 Acres near Cheney. r in Cheney. -- 3 bdrm. modern home. Lease at $150 per Down Payments  Easy Monthly Payments building stes, also arrange custom building. FHA financing available for building. Wm. P. Geschke TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. Ed Doten AGENCY 424 Fisrt St. Phone .............. 235-4050 25? Drivers! Can't Gel Insurance? See Us! at 304.N. 6th' Pat White- | St., 359-243"6. j9tf paper. practice 96 a Tle Free j29ffx of all kinds at The Free ji5tf or- FOR RENT Two bedroom house, close in, unfurnished, autoantic heat. Also studio apartment. Phone 235-6863. W. 228 Fifth. j l8tf 3 new duplex apts. All electri- cal applirees, w/w carpets. Phone 25'5-4747. Thos. Matney, 1508 2rid. jy18tf 2 bechoom duplex, Electric heat, utilities. Call 235-41291 or FA 7-7376. jy23i and professional in equipment for See and hear Russell Curran, Ext. 2 jy2tf Owner one-year-old split entry floors finished. tvo baths, large With sewirg nook, aluminum siding, $25,075.00, Howard Foes, Cheney, Wash. jy9tf 3 rm. apt for rent, Fish Lake, : partly furnished $25.00 per me. to right party. 237-4223. jy23f WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. WANTED TO RENT New college faculty me'ber desires 2 or 3 bedroom house or apartment by August 28. Has two ebAldren under 4 years, no pets. References. WrRe: Jack C. Benson, 410 Mill Street, Ren- Greenbrier sta- to, Washington. jy9-23p 9 passenger, new tires ,and paint FOR SALE OR TRADE 235-6298. 24 eu. ft. upright freezer. Cal,1 jy16-22p x 120 ft., paced P. Helsing, 235- jyl6-a6  Seams. Complete 20. ])ave Holme. St., 235-6805. jy23p baby's crib and kitchen step-up hostess eh, av. 225- Bonk. jy23 lot and a half,. Phone 225- for sale. 235-4985. jy23p ot, 23' N. 7th, interested call jy23tf . 35-6549. jy16-30 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 j19tf LOST Keepsake pearl rirg at Fire- side Cote, Friday night, July 16. Reward. Karyn Warwick, Halngton, Wash. jy23 Lost---Large, black, shiny Lab- ruder, I0 days ago. Four Lakes area. Blakely, Rt. 2, Box 86, Cheney. Call Collect--RI 7- 7713. jy23' BGilbert & Brooke Ida., Spok, Wash. )F ESTATE '/8286 Court of the State of and for the County of of the Estate of deceased. County of Spe- that Hester of the above and prenM for in the Superior County, State of Wash- Account as such Execu- tor the didbu- in which the Court ! Estate, distribute the heirs or ersone en- discharge the said that Tuesday the 24th 1965, at the hour of! a. m. at the! Our said Superior of Spokane. in asid been duly fixed and settlement of maid Petition for Dis- time and place any said estate may his exceptions in writ- contest the Hme. day of July, 1965. Clerk and Court Shine, Deputy y 23-Aug 6) L. W. SMITH 810 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 4777 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of 81kane. In the Matter of the Estate of WAYNE Z. TENNEY, deceased. State of Washington. County of See- kay.--ms. Notice is hereby given that Marie Terr hey, the Administratrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to. and filed im the Super- ior Court of Spokane County. State of Wash. her Final Aecourbt as such Admln istratrix and a petition for the dis trlbution' of maid estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. dis- tribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the marne, and dis- charge the said Adminlstratrix, and that Wednesday. the 25th day of August, 1965, at the hour of 8:0O o'clock p. m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hear- ing and settlement of maid Final Account and Petition for Distribution. at which time aml place ay person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions In writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 22rd day of July, 1965. George E. Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. R. D. Tucker, Deputy (July 23-Aug. 6) ize Your Advertisers "MOUNTAIN DEW" -- To be seen in "The Great Big Doorstep," a three-act comedy at Eastern Washington State College next Thurs- day and Friday evening (July 29-30) at 8:15, ?: i00ii!iii,i0000i are, left to right, Ann Bradford, Pine City; Judith R. Colness, Cheney, and David S. Weekes, EWSC English faculty member. Both performances of the play are free. Dragsters to Run Saturday, Sunday The fastest fieM of dragsters ever assembled in he In, and Empire will be roaring over the Deer Park Dragstrip Satur- day and Sund, ay, July 24 and 25, as the Northwest Invita- tioral championship drag races got under way. The Spokane Timin 'aso- eiation ,has come up with a to- tal of $5,000 in cash, trophies ,and merctmn4ise. Biggest money prize is the $500 that will be collected by the winner of top fuel eliminator. It's ex- pected several cars that have bettered the 200 miles per hour mark will be competing for this chunk o4 money. Run- ner-up is not too shabby as the second place fueler picks off $200. Heading the field for the big prize is the Spokane based, owned, sponsored and driven Egle Electric. This i the hot car, having shattered the once- formidable 200 miles per hour mark 14 times. Infants To Get Sabin Polio Punch Dr. E. O. Ploeger, Spolme Coun Health Officer, announ- ces bat the immunizati(m schedule in the county area centers for the week starting July 26, 1985, wffi be as fol- lows: Ylonday, July 26, 9:30 a. m. Oheney PreSchool Center at Cheney American Legio haW. vaccine for polio is avihble for infants, cildren arid adults; the diphtheria- wbooping cough4etaus for in- fants begimfing at six months and cl'dtdven through three years of age; the diphtheria- tetanus for chii4ren four years and over, with boosters for those of ,high school age and adults. Sabi.n Oral POIo Punch be avaklable for infants begin- ning at three months of age, and pro-school children. You can" find it tu the classifieds. !Dairy Foods Projects Rate High With 4-H Clubs Here Dairy foods is particularly ,popular during the summer months when cooling milk drinks, ice cream desserts, cot- tage cheese salads, cream soups and cheese sandwiches are so much in demand. In fact, 4-H'ers dscoer hundreds of ways to use dairy foods year round for main courses, sn, acks and party menus. This project usuAly gives the young cooks an oportun- ity to demonstrate newly learned skills in preparing dairy dishes ir competition ith other members. The best all-around project can win one of several awards provided by Carrmtion. Up to four county medal win- ners can be named, and one state winner will receive a handsome wrist watch. State winors can then compete for sectional honors wich re 18 trips to the Naionl 4-H Club Congress at Chicago next fall. Six naiorml Scholarships of $500 each alo are offered. The Cooperative Extension Ser- vice selects l] award recip-. tents. Dr. Breitenfeldt To Conduct Workshop iOn Stutter, ng i I Dr. Breltenfeldt wi conduct a one-week, day long workshop for treatment O4 stuttering. It as Ang 9. The course wil consider cause, development, diagnosis and treatmen of both ehfld ann adult stutterers. Dr. Edward C. Hutchinson, associate professor of speech correction, Auburn University, i ill direct a one-week, all-dayi l workshop in dehyed speech ! staing Aug. 16. T, wrkshop will doal with cremes of de- hyed speech or ram-speech in chi!Idren and its treatment. Parents who wish to enroll children vith speech or ,hear- ing difficulties in the EWSC program or lm wish to attend any of the workshops may make appcatien to Dr. Breit- enek}t. Newer Home 4 bedroom, baths, living room, din- ing room, double garage, patio, man), addi- tional features. See By Appointment F. H. A. Victor L. Wilson REAL ESTATE 1 HT:SEEIN(3 QUIZ AN HISTORIC FOUNTAIH IN THIS CANADIAN G'rY ISAMEMOKIAL TO OFFICERS AND MEI4 OF THE NORTH ST MOUNTED FOLICi, , "H3H3J.V)IS 'VNI93 ''1 HIVJ.NO0.i 9NI4"I1('111 3ALLtF1SI9I SCRATCH PADS of bond pap- er in three sizes, 3x5, 4x6, and 5x8, at 40c per p(mnd at The Free Press. ml2tf Friday, July 23, 1965 Cilalions Issued In Justice Court Citations iss:ued in this week's Justice Court were mostly for speeding. Fines were as follows: James R. Hays, Cheney, negligent driving, $29 forfeit; Harvey B. MacQuarrie, Cheney, negligent driving, $29 forfeit; Thomas: Anderson, Lawndle, Ch'lif. speeding, $12; forfeit; Jmes G. Lucas, Amber, defective brakes, $20 plus costs of $6 $15 suspended, brakes were repaired. Iph M. Smith, S.po- kane. negligent 4riving, no val- id operators license, fined $21. Terril S. MeDonough, Cheney, speeding, fined $6, Aley Math- ison, Portland, speeding, $12 forfeit, Rudy Betz, Cheney, speeding $12 forfeit and Charles Layto, Portland, im- proper passing $29 forfeit. From the Police Court: Chr- cnce Souza, Cbeney, flle'gal U turn. fined $5 arid Arlene R. Dullanty, Spokane, failure to stop, $12 forfeit. Preserving Foods For Home Use Is Oldest Project For 4-H Girls The first culinary art learned by 4-H Club girls more than a half century ago was that of preserving food. "Canring Clubs" they were called in those early days, and the can- ning project continued to be .atuable in the 4-H program. Later home freezing of foods was taught and the familiar canning program was expand- ed to include frozen foods. The name was thronged to "Food Preservation." This irfformation comes from the Natiorml 4-H Service Com- mittee which arranges for spon- sorship of 4-H award prg'vas supervised by the Cooperative Extemion Service. Upon completion, the food preservation projects are eval- uated by local 4-H leaders and extension persons @or the pur- pose of slmwing progress and superior achievement. Those judged best will receive awards provided by Kerr. Awards are s felspars: Coun- ty, four meds; stra, (me trip to the National 4-H Club Con- gress at Chicago; rmtoa,1, six $500 seholar*zhips. You've heard bout the Tex. as tycoon whose car went out of control and smashed up dozenother automobiles? Well, luckily, it halpened i his on garage. As early at 1856, Horace Greeley sponsored a corn growing contest for New York boys, a forerunner of 4:H club contests. Rural school superin- terdents and coRege expert- merit stations promoted con- tests in crop production and soil testing in the early 1900's. Wife: "Didn't I tell you to ntice when the soup boled, over?" lhmband: "I did. It was ex- avtl, 10:31." the beer of good taste Big business or small Both get more business insurance for less with a United Pacific Unipackage Policy. Here's how: There are a lot of costs to doing business these days. Not the ]east of them can be insurance. United Pacific'$ Unipackage can take care of that worry though. This unique plan combines many c0verags into one package that you can pay for with just one low premium. Unlpackage is completely flexible. You get all the types of coverage yOU n{d on one pol witogt sacrificing tho "tailor made" coverage you want on each individual policy within the package. United Pacific Unipackag0 Policy for businessnwn. Call us and we'll give you all the details. United.Pacific B Insurance Company llIll USIT[0 r^ctrlc IN$RMI| l))[P ED DOTEN INSURANCE 424 FIRST, CHENEY "Ith the Water" B. J. GALLAGHER 424 First Street, Cheney, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9714 Ia the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Couniy of Spokane. Ir the Matter of the Estate of ANDREW T. PENCE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor nf the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havir*g claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duty verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at R. F. D. No. 1. Box 75, Cheney, Washingto or upon Ber- nard J. Gallagher, the attorney of rec- ord at his office at 424 First St., Che- ney, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Waebln.ton, within six months after the first publicatio of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 23rd day of Suly, 1965, Homer Pence, ExecUtor of the above estate. Bernard J. Gallagher Attorney 424 First Street, Cheney, Wash. (July 23-Aug 6) WM. B. IUNKER 905 Pauisen Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 64147 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM C. ANDERSON. deceased. State of Vashington, County of Spo- kane.--as. Notice is hereby given that Lorena An- derson, the Administratrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for set- tlemert to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Wash. her Final Account as such Admiristra. trix, and a petition for the distribu- tion 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 said Lorena Andeon aml that Wednesday, the 25th day of August, 1965, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock a. m., at the Court repeal of our nid SUper- ior court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County, has beer duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petiior. for Distri- bution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate ma.v ppear and file his exceptions in writ. ing thereto arid contest the same. Dated this 21st day of July, 1965. George Fallqulst County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court R. D. Tucker, Deputy (July 23-Aug. 6) CULLEN. CAMPBELL & ELKINS 417 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wn. 99201 NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 75299 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington ir and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate uf LESLIE ORVAL CONGER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Betty Jane Conger, in her capacity as administra- trix of the above estate, will sell at private sale and for cash the follow- ing described real estate: Residence at 715 West 24th ir Spo- kane being parts of Lot 8 to 1O, Block 9: The East 58.1 feet of the North of Lot 8 and the East 58.1 feet of Lot 9 and Lot 10, Block 9, Jerome Park Addition, to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted in' writlr.g and may he left with the ad- ministratrix at the o/rice of her attor- neys at 417 Paulsen Building. Spo- kane, Washington'. Bids will be received until the date of sale. The sale will he made oat or after August 2, 1965. The adminiatratrix re- serves the right to reject any and all bids. /s/ Betty Jane Conger, Administra- trix (July 23-30) Come, Williams. Lace & Golden First National Bank Bldg. Walls Walla. Wash. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 178165 In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor in and for th County of Spokane. Manhattan Savings Bank of New York Plaintiff, vs. William C. Seitz and Thelma A. Seitz, husband aud wife; Vera A. Dammaretl and John Doe Dammarell, if she be mar- ried; David Victor Burke; Old tional Bank East Side Branch; Redisco, Inc. ; Sears, Roebuck & Company; Pacific Fi- trance Company; Local Loan Company; Fairway Finance Company; Budget Oil Company; Brush Cycle Company ; Trtte's oil Company; Standard Oil Company; Washlngton Water Power Company ; Economy Stations, Inc.; Lincoln First Federal Savings ; Washington Trust Bank; and the unknown heirs of ay of the above named DefendantS, if de. ceased; also all other persons or par- ties unknown claiming anv right, title, lien or interest in the real estate dee scribed in the Complaint herein,  De- fendante The State of Washington to the said Vera A. Dammarel and John Doe Dam- marel, if she be married, the unknown heirs of any of the above named De- fendants, if deceased, also all other per- sons or parties unknow claiming any right, title, lien or interest in the real estate described in the Complaint hre- , Deferlants. ., You, and each of y0,  hy salm- monedto appear within sxty ,(60) days aftera date of the f publication of this mons, to-wit: hin sixty (60) days after the 23rd day of July, 1965, and defewd the above entitled action in the Superior Court aforesaid and answer the complaint of the Plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer pori the undersigned attorneys for the Plain- tiff, at their office below crated; and, in case of your failure so to do, judg- merit will he rendered against you ac- cording to the demands of the c- plaint in this action which has been filed with the clerk of said Court. The object of this actlo is to fore- close a mortgage o real te in Spokane County, Washington, described as: Lot 11, block 2, Guthrie's raltey View 4th Addition, according to plat recorded In' volume 8 of plats, page 62, i Spokane County, Washington against the claim of the Defendants and any one of them. Goee, Williams. Luce and Goldm Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 206 First National Bank Building Walls Walls, Washington (July 28-Aug. 27) SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Ihhber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press