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Lundin & Anlsen Spokane 1. Wash. CREDITORS 77573 Court of the State of and for the County ef of the Estate of deceased. given tllat tilt2 tlndo,- appointed Executrix in this court and and that all against said de- L to serve claims, neucal, y vouchc,. at 1017 Paulsen Washington or upon & Allison tile at their office at 1017 Spokane, "Washing- such claim with in the office of Court at the City ashington, within six first publication of Want to buy 16" two bottom will be forever barred. publication of this wheel plow and eiffht foot of July. 1964. double disc. Wayne Hagel Rt. Executrix of the 7, Spokane. RI 7-1481. jy24p Lundin. & Allison 99201 7) SPINET PIANO. Priva.tely owned by party in this viin- ELKINS Spok .... Wash. ity moving out of state. Will handle contract or sacrifice liy PUBLICATION z75050 for cash. Also ELF_. ORGAN. Court of the Stata of Write or phone Bookkeeper, for the County of Tallman Piano __ __.tor, _lnc., N. P!aintifi vs. 1915 Division, Spokane, FA To: the said 5-3'933. (Jy 10-24) Summoned to appear Three bedroom, fireplace, full .days atter the date of ha:semen{ FHA arae "i-P   at of this Summons, (60) days after the $12,000. Wilt sell for less. and defend the, 359-2436 (Jy 10 if) in the above-etitled ; Cbmplaint of the Fox. and serve Will,ares Lake l, ot w,th trailer upon the undersigned houJse, alum. boat and 5 hp at his office be. case of your failu'e mOor. Full price $4,950. Ed will be rendered D,oten Real Dstate 424 1st St. to the demand of Court.been filed with 255-4050 (Jy 10 if) of this action plaintiff, Dorothy Decree ef Divorce ewoy L. Fox. ngton 99201 28) & Brooke iPogane. IN ash. UBLICATION of the State of for the County of Company of Plaintiff vs. Older, hus- I. Hoerner and and wife husband and Myrn Keller, F. Smith and W. W. G. Francis (if Oil and Refining Deferdanta. to James p. husband and and Mrs. W. G. arnmoned to appear after the date of this sum- (60) days after 1964, and defend i in the above- the Amended and serve Upon the finder- below stat- YOur failure so to rerdered against demand of the which has been 0000WANT ADS | Classified Rarest5 cents per word, with 75c minimvm (or 15 words). Minimum adv. not oaid in cash will carry a 15c billing charge. WANT TO BUY HELP WANTED Avon representative in Amber and Medical Lake areas. Call collect KE 5-3497 jy3tf News corresponden,t to report Four Lakes news for FREE PRESS. Call or come into Free Press. Start immediately. Per- manent. Pay by column inch. FOR SALE "NEWER 4 BDRM." Nicely decorated, split lev- el, only 2 yrs. am; new dis- trict. Owner's leaving town. Must sell. 3 BDRM. $14,0001CLASS Newer tmme near homes in $20,000 class, close to schools. Ken Mor1,'azi 235-4084 Widmer Realty 603 CMumbia Bldg. )12tf Large older 2 bedroom tmme in best Iocation near schools. Ken Morlan, 603 Co- lumbia Bldg., Widmer Realty. 235-4084. jy3tf FOR SALE OR RENT Musrt sell or rent immediately, two bedroom house. Proper- ty contains two lots. 424 West I,mcoln, Cheney, 235-6261 jyl0-3!p FOR RENT Furnished apartment for re'at. 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. (Jyl0tf) 3 b.r. furnished $75. 2 b.r. un- furnished $55. Ed Doten Real Estate 424 1st St. 235- 4050 (Jy 10 tf) Rental option avaihble Sept. 1st, Almost new 2 B.R. with finished den which ,could be 3rd bedroom. Lavn in, on im- proved street. $125. me. for urthe,r information call 235- 4175 (Jy 10 If) Year-round 2 bedroom home on Silver Lake. Partly fur- nished. Ed Doten ReAl Estate 24 1st St., 235-4050. jyl7tf 2 bedroom house, 12 acres, Murphy road, green house  mile from Spoka, n.e-Cheney highway. Darrel Swen son. jy24 p SPECIAL View lot home near cllege, 4 [For St. Vincent de Paul Sect- bedroom, 2 full ba1hs up-[ ety, things you no longer stairs. Recreation room and lneed or use. Help Us To Help ,apartment in daylight base-]The Poor. For pickups call BE ment, 5 years old. 235-4174. [5-6614. jl8tf jy3tf I--  [ Will pay a good price for US '51 Obey. Sod. Del. for sleeping and Canadian coins. Free ap- --48,000 actual miles. ood praisal if you do not wish to tire, clean. $150.00. 237-4223. sell. 414 First St., Cheney jyl7tf jl9tf said Court. herein set Modern two bedroom year- certain mort= .  " " g J. Hoerner and . ,vround Wflhams Lake home, d,,w,e. to i hrge tot, frontage, bt4ns, er fu e'w"o]disllwasher. Must sell, terms. i.  'me ofl237-4223 after 4.30 p. m. and is UpOn, the l -17tf J building lots, west Che- ney, 235-4562. jy24 map Plats, page 9. in Auditor of said action provided i, Brooke Wash. 28) GE Electric stove. Rea,so'able. 235-66]4. j24p Matching chair and sofa (makes into bed)--Excellent condi- tion. Call 235-6873. jy24-p Six lots on highvay across from M-N-M Drive-In. R. F. Miller, 235-4127. ' jy24p For rent Weed sprayer, $3.00 per day. Cheney CommzmRy Weed Committee. See Hank Rudol ov cal 235-6365, ot'239: 4786, or 25'5-4124. jyl0-31 Have you a few chores and ,an extra room? EWSC student wishes to work in exchange ov board and room in Cheney- MedeM Lake area. Write .Jim Fricke, Rockford, Wash. jy 24p Clothes don't fit? Need new ons? ARerations, dress- makig, eperieced seam- stress, reasonable "prices. 235- 4430. jy24p Wash, of the State of the County of the Estate of that the Umier- ed Executrix and has all per- mid de. Serve claims. al , vouchers. S. 11 Morroe Or .ripen of record at St., SpOkane, with proof of of the Clerk City of Spo- six months of this notice, of this notice 1964. of the & Lorenz Wash. ESTATB of  Stat the Count of the Eatat 4 Crosley Automatic defrosting I Pantirg. Outside or inside. 'efrigerator. Cood conUon, Reasonable. Phone 235-6861., 570. Cal'l 25'5-4646 or see at 20 jy24-31p 6th St., Cheney. jy24-A7 [Remodeling, roofing, alumi- 2 bedroom o " hum siding You name it, h tse, 713 Second I_... . . ,, . St. Good investment Dick I l'lt On it. neasonat,e. Jerry Roe 713 2n,d St ' ,,24-"/Piekel, general contractor. 2;5- S,, '-- -- " ..... -- r, [ 4069. jy24-31p ,0' x 40' Mbbile home. Two' 1,ors, aluminum tool shed at Medi, cal La,ke, Gr, aee and Brown. SA 3-3794. jy24-31 CONCRETE Miscellaneous bousehold fur- niture, ,pplian.ces and baby items for sale. 235-6298. jy24p Horsemen--4 ,a.crs, fenced, deep well, new 2 bedroom home, dayliglt basement, 5 ,out,de entrances, 2 barbecue, built-in oven, )aure :for 3 ged keepers. 8 miles from Cheney. RI 7- 7037. jy24p 1957 Olds. 88 hard0op. Oriinai owner, excellent con, clarion, phone 235-4645. jy24p County of Sl Four Lakes. 5 room home, oleo. that Patrick: range, rerig, and washer- of the o dryer. 2 B. R., farni size D. R. of wish- Large L. R., baserrmnt. Across as ch Eu- from post office. See or call the Art Hathorn at RI 7-7743. the  jy24p entitled to the said Exec- Boat for sale. 16 foot Bryant the 26th at the hour of With Mercury 55 motor and r "  at the  t aller. Excellent contien. $750 complete. Cash. Cal Art hearing IIatlmm RI 7-7743. jy24p account and lm. st which M In sa @ WANTED TO RENT file his excep- and contest the Quiet apartment or , smll 19: ouse fo e'derly gentleman and moving to Oheney n August. Com-t 235-4589. tsf ) WORK WANTED & Lerenffi Wash. Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. of the State of Phone BE 5-4400. tf the County of , Spokane. Wash., and file such claim with the Estat of proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the beve Court at the City of that the under. Spokane, Washingtor within six Executrix months after the first publication of this Court and this notice, or they will be forever barred. and that all Date of the first publieatic of this against said de- notice is 24th day of July, 1964. to serve claims, Rose M. Rusch Eexcutrix of the ouchers above estate. 302 Fidelity Davis, Trezona, Chsetek & Lorer or upo By Norman F. Trezoma Attorneys of rec- 302 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (July 24-Aug. 7) for Farm and Home Free Estimates and Conven- ient terms Crushed Rock for Rads Gravel for Drainelds ACME CONCRETE SPOKANE KE 4 2626 Call Collect for Izdormation CUSTOM HOMES Let us Dud on your lot, or ours o malt you, ad "Save." We  e far FHA or Conveonl Fimm- cin, g. Good lots ha new sec- tion of town. Improvements are 'm'. Low dwn. Call Ken Marlin, 235-4084. W, id mex Realty 603-4 Cou,mMa t.g. 12tf 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. 92) Sprague RI 7.7116 a30tf Road Job Underway Andrus Rd. near Cheney being rebuilt by a project in- vlving grading, draining, and surfacing 2.16 miles of road at a cost of $98,000. It will be finished soon, the county commissioners report states. Church Benefit Set A public ice cream social benefit for the United Church of Chrizt building fund will be held 5uly 5'1 from 6:30 to 10:30 p. m. a,t the corner of 7th and Uni.on on the Paulson yard. Street Dance Set The new street dance spon- sored by the Cheney Junior Chamber of Commerce will be Saturday night from 9 to 12:30. A Spokane radio announcer will be on hand .to play rec- ords. The dances are held at the Cheney Motor Co., car l,ot. STEEN HOME SOLD Mr. and Mrs. Roger Zimmer- man and family of Spokane will move to Cheney, where Zimmerman is eployed as parts manager at Ratdiffe Company. They have purch- ased the Warren Steen home at 1209 Ash Street. VACATION AT HAYDEN Mrs. R. L. Michaetsen and daughters, Diane and Gall, are spending several weeks at Hay- den hke. HANSENS VISIT PARENTS Dr. ,and Mrs.Peter O. Hatsen and son are visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy S. Han- son, ,and sister, Mrs. George Bybee. They left Vtednesday to spend a few days with Mrs. Hansen's .mother at Settle. They plan to leave later this month for Alaska where Dr. Hanson will be n medical practice. Dr. Hasen completed his medical residency at St. Paul in June. TWINS VISIT FATHER The Misses Ellen and Eliza- beth Fenstemacher, ' twin daughters of Lt. Col. Edgar R. Fenstemacher, of Athens, Ca., are spend_ing the smmner with Mr. arid Mrs. Fen,stemaeher and the'a" brother, Sandy. DAUGHERTYS BUILDING Constructio +began last week on the new ,home o Mr. and Mrs. J, oseh Daugherty on the .corner of fith and I Streets. The Daughterys are living in the Lass home. VAUaHN HOSPITAble Sgt, Wa, rren Vaughn of E_t- ern asMngton State College R.O.T.C. is co,fined in the Tac- oma Veterans hospitat where he is undergoing an operation for a back ailment. 5mall Is Speaker Veo F. Small of Cheney spoke yesterday at the Dvn- town Rotary ClUb kn Spokane at their hlnCheon meeting. He Richter, Wlmberley & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane I. Wash NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7524 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ANDRI)W" STROMBERG, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under= signed has bee appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, nrd that all )ersens having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 708 Okl Natioa Bank Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberlej & Ericser the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old National Band Building, Spokane. 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, Washington, within six months after the first publicatior of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 24th day of July. 1964. Paul H. Richter Administrator of the above estate. Paul H. Richter Attorney 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (July 24-Aug. /) KEOGAN & KEOGAN E. 220 Wenasley Ave., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF HEARING o. /7566 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane In Probate. I the Matter of the Adnption of CRISSEY JEAN LEHMAN. A Minor Child, The State of Washington To: Larry (ene Lehmar and To Whom'It May Concern, Greetings: You are notified that Van O. Ras- mussen, 3322 W. Walton, Spokane, Washington, has filed a Detitlon to adopt Crissey Jean' Lehmar in the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for Spokane County, that being the Court Jr, which said cause is pend- ing. . You are further notified that said Court has set a hearing at the Spo- kane County Court House in Spoka, Washington, on the 21st day of August, 1964, at 11:09 a. m. of that day, to determine whether your consent to such adoptior should be dispensed with, and that unlesa you enter your appearance in' the preceedinw on or before the day specified for such hearing, you will be deemed to have consented to the granting of the adoption prayed for in the petitio on file in the proceeding. Witness my hand and seal of nsid Court on the 16th day of July, 1964. Edward W. Huneke Clerk of the Superior Court (July 24-Aug. 7) YANK IN YUCATAN , Ins " , I. ,W. 0.  Milton I. Hnter. PAD. Mormo 42 nl CI0h $3,95 THE SOUTH AND THE NATION lland Pre 600 Bahia Ft.. Myers Bach, Fla. MONKEY BUSINESS A womn with a baby got on is the bus. As she paid her fare, the driver looked at the child and gasped: "Ye Gods, I don't think I've ever seen an uglier baby!" The mother was naturally very upset, and told the driver she was going to report him. Eventually the inspector ca nle along, and the woman aid: " want to report that driver-- he was extremely insulting!" "Well," said the woman, "I haven't anything to writ2 with." "Here you are," said the in- spector, handing ,her a pencil and n, otebok, "You write it down while I hold your mon- key." spoke on "The Historical Back- ground Of Cyprus and Present Indieati'ons." FAMILY NOTEBOOK BY MARY TROY - Homemaking Consultant Jones =& Laughlin Steel Corp. Canned cookery is the canny way to cook, no matter what the season. More than 1200 dif- ferent canned food items are available to the consumer for cooking up everything from beans to bouillabaisse. What's your canned food I.Q.? Here are five of the most popular questions aske'd by other family chefs about canned ifoods, and answers you may find helpful: .1. Q. How long will canned foods keep ? A. Canned foods keep indef- initely. A good general rule for best use of canned foods is to have a regular turnover, once a year, for example. 2. Q. Where should I store them ? A. Almost any place. Best storage is in a dry, cool place -- avoid storage near steam pipes, kitchen ranges, radiators or fur- naces. 3. Q. Is it safe to leave un- used portions of canned  foods in the can after it ! is opened ? [ A. It is safe to leave food in the open can. Refrig-. erate and cover, Just as you would any cooked food. ,4. Q. Does damage to the out- aide of  can mean the food is damaged? A. Rust. dents or label stains have no ffect on the contents of a can. [f the can leaks however, or if It btflges, it should be _ discarded. 5. Q. What is a ,,tin can" made of? A. Tin cans are made of " steel aheqta 9overed ta- side and t with a layer of pure tin. cans are 99 per Cent steL Murphy & Merrlrmn 418 Symons Bldg., Spokane, Waah. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No: 7588 In the Superior Court of the Stat," of Washinstou i and for the Coanty of Sp, kan,. In the Matter of the :Estate of FERNE L. LEMON GILLESPIE, de- ceased. _Notice is hereby given that the unler- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sor, s having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon l the nndersigned at Darby Hotel, Spa- I kane, Washington or upon Murphy & Merryman the attorneys of record at their office at 418 Symon Bldg., I Spokane, 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, Washington 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 24th day Of July, 1964. Robert J. Gillespie Executor of the above estate. Murphy & Merryman Attorneys 418 Symons Bldg., Spokane, Wash. ' (July 24-Aug. ?) JOHN L. DAVIS 704 W. Fht, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77602 Ir the uperlor Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of SpOkane. In the Matter of the Estate of KATHERINE M. HAEG, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court, and has qualified accordingly, and that all )ecso having claims against said deceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified with neceesury vouchers upon the undersigned at 704 W. First, Spokane, Washington or upon John' L. Davis, the attorney of record at his office at 704 W. First Ave. ue, SpOkane, Washington a v d file such claim, with proof of such service In the office [ of the Clerk of the above Court at' he City of Spokane, Wash.. within six months after the first publicattol of thls' notice, or they will be forever barred. Data of the first publication of this notice is 24th day of July. 1964. Clarence E. Haeg Executor of the above estate. John L. Davis, Attorney 704 W. First Avenue, Spokane, Wash. (July 24-Aug. /) SMITH, SMITH & SMITH 6IS Spokane & Eastern Bldg, Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 381S In the Superior Court of the State of Washingtor in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of FRANCES M. HUBBARD, deceased, State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Mitchell I. Hubbard, the Executor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to. and flied in the Superior Court of Spokane Cop, nty. State of Wash ington his Final Account as such utor and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, l which the court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the property to the heir or persons etitled to the same. and discharg the said Mitchell I. Hubbard, and that Wed- nesday, the 9th day of September, 1964 at the hour Of 9:30 o'1ook a. 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 said Final Account and Petition for nistribution, at which time and place any pereon Interested I said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto und con- test the same. Dated this 17th day of July, 1064. George E. Fallquist County Clerk dud Clerk of the Superior Court. By R. D. Tucker. Deputy, (July 7) Friday, July 24, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Pat Suzuki Due In Aqua Follies :PAT SUZUKI, who vaulted to fame as th'e singing star of "Flower Drum Song," will headline AI Sheehan's all-new Aqua Follies of 1964 at Seattle's picturesque Aqua Theatre, July 30---August 12. The show, highlight of Seafalr, will feature i top acts from the Ed Sullivan and other national felevlsloa mows, as well as swimmer Papsle Georgian, the Diving Manlacs and the Aqua Dears. Tickets are on sale at 5her- man Clay, 1624 4th Ave., Seattle. HISTORY IN THE AIR Commercial air service across the Atlantic, inaugurated 'ly Pan' American Airways 25 years ago, observed its silver anniversary on June 28. The first paying passengers to fly the Atlantic took off from Manhasset Bay, N.Y. on Pan American Airways Dixie Clipper (top) a Boeing flying boat, on June 28, 1939. It took 4Z hours and 10 minutes for that pioneering flight to reach Marseille, ' France. It stopped at the Azores and Lisbon on the way. For the Pau Am Jet Clippers of today, the Atlantic is only six hours widen and Pan Am flies it 222 times every week as part of its service I;o 114 cities in 86 lands around the world. All-Out Des=art With Fresh Bartlett= For that gala occasion when you want to go all-out on dessert. ,"Pear Melba Cheese Pie" is your tlcket to culinary fame. It's.a party.fancy dessert combining fresh California Bartlett pear halves. ;frozen raspberries, and cream cheese in a Well chilledtreat for the eye and palate. . . ' ........ , .When buying fresh BarrieRs this summer, look for yellow,skinned: fruit if you want to use it in a recipe (or eat it out-of-hand) within ]a day or two. Green-skinned pears will turn yellow and become leating ripe after a few days' utora I ! - ... " ge i x a paper bag at room temper- ]ature. :Irlgerate them once {hey ripen. , ..... i'' " PEAR MELBk CHEESE PIE 3 fresh California Bartlett ' 1 teaspoon lemon Juice pears I/ teaspoon salt ,,Jl cups water 1 package (8 oz,) cream cup sugar cheese  env10pe plain gelatin  cup milk i  .packageraspberrles(10 oz,). frozen red 1 shellbaked cooled 9-inch. pie. / P&re, halve and core ears. In large Shallow pan, combine water and  cup sugar; bring to bpH, Add pears'; cover and cook tmUI fork-tander. "Sprinkle gelatin over  cup syrup from raspberriea 'to molsten.'Remove pears from pan; ool, Stir  cup boiling pear l/quid into gelatin. Add'. Cill Sugar, lemon Juice and alt; stl, ,until dissolved.'Blend in raspberries and their syrup. Chill until ml ,till mounds n spoon. Combine cheese and flik,   euD spread remainder Into bottom of pie shelL Pour rds of golt ;mlztte Into ShelL Top wi.th.pears cut.sides up. Cover with rem&a. llase. ture._ Dollop reervtd cheese,Into eentera o! peal1.' ..... " maKeS e s0rllll, . " . You can relax when you're covered by L ---'I- INSURANCE Victor Wil