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ROTC Commissions NT FiveSr00d00U00emSen aro among five Eastern Wa.shing- ton State College graduates who received commissions as TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. ALMOST NEW  bed.oom, ful basement, baseboard electric heat, space- w'mdows. Very nice thrroughout. Ful price $15,500.00. dwn payment, reasonable monthly terms. LIVING AREA PLUS bedroom, split level, daylight basement, electric heat, and one-half. Newly painted exterior.Check this one. at $15,500.00. Let us work out your own down and payments. STARTING NOW ]Iore double eTLtry homes by Bob Wilson, Inc. Being north Sixth. Will be ready for occupancy in Sop- DRIVE BY. CALL FOR I N FORMATION and shop, 2 lots, $11,950.00. 2-car garage $7,850.00. electric heat $7,950.00. 2 acres, 3' bedroom, $8,950.00 220 Acres, near Cheney, $25,000.00 Snall Down Payments  Easy Monthly Payments Army second lieutenants through the EWSC leserve Training Corps program Thurs- day afternoon. Gary T. Mils, E3917 Fair- view, who received a bachelor of arts in education degree from EWSC, was commisskmed in armor. Stephen R. Muench, W2128 College, was coat, mis- sioned in the artillery, and James R. Tutton Jr. El0910 Mattes, i n trans,portation. Muermh and Tutt0n received bachelor of arts deees. Also receiving commissions were Duaae D. Cofer, Colville, in ordinance, and Michael W. !Dodd, Col_fax, .adjutant gener- al department. Corer was avtarded a bachel.or of arts in educatio degree, Dodd a hachelor of .arts degree. Sporstmen Warned Of Fire Danger John A. Biggs, State Game Department Director, today made a special appeal to recre- ationists to recognize the ex- treme fire danger that exists in boh the woods and grass- lands of Washlngton as a re- sult of the long dry spell. building si, tes, also arrange custom building. FHA COnventional financing ava,itable for building. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. i ] r25? -Ed Doten AGENCY 424 Fisrt St. Phone ............ 235-4050 Drivers! Can't Insuran(e? See Us! Utside White On Sale $4.49 gal d Stain $4.49 gal. Hardware SALE FOR SALE paper. For sale by owner new 4-bed- x 11 practice room home, finished base- 96c a The Free meat, lan.dscaped, all built in ]29tfx a,ppliances, view location, 2 batts, 2 fireplaces, large kit, of all kinds chert, balcony. $21,500 with ordered t The Free minimum down payment. See service, jl5tf at 509 Irene Place. Phone 235- d professional 6816. a6tf componat-stereo in 18 ft. Seamaid al ,umirmm boat Deluxe equiptn,ent for (1961 model-like new) with sound. See and ,hear 50 HP Johnson motor. Has con- Russell Curran, trols and top. Phone 235-6816. Ext. 2 jy2tf, a6 60 x 120 ft., paved Good used TV set, worth har- P. Helsirg, 235 r ink for ca,bin or run, pus jyl6-a6 room. Webster Foulon, 210 Third street, a6p 23' N." 7th If interested Quarter horse mare, 5 yars jy23tf od, good conformation. Best offer. Chll Cheryl LoveH. RI 7- house with 3834, Spokane. a6-13 appliants. Fenced 616 Villard, Che- For sale: 1 lg. & 1 sm book- jy30g case $4.00 & $1.50; window car cooler $9.00; portable sew. grmn auger with ig machine $40.00; B-B-Q with notor, 'aso 20 elec..spit $4.00; misc. baby cans. Gag 235- furniture. See Sharon at Che- jy30-a6 nay Drug or 113 B N. 6th, Che- refit: 3 b4r., fire- ney. a6p floors. Ap- Oomforta!ble old brick house, $350 down. large rooms, 5 bedroom, 1 jy16tf batls, owner leaving. Sacrifice, good con, ditio, 104 Second, 235-476 6 a6 defrost. 235-4446 1957 Olds, 61.000 miles, $495. jy30t 235-6374, 314 6th St. a6 DOMINO Good rental house. 813 Second. Already rented for school year. $4950. Low down. 235- 6374. a6 BuiJding lot, 60 x 120. Excel- lent location. Paved street, city water and sewage. Pone 235-4006. a6tf Refrigerator and stove in good ondition. Best offer. La- cone Grahazn, Faculty Hou.se No. 3'. a6p A. K. C. registered toy poodle, be kind, to that ex- black. Phone 235-4516. clean it with a6 Rent eMctric Spinet Console Piano. Want re- $1. Ho,lnes Hdwe. sponsible party in this area area, one mile to assume smaU me. pyts. Spolane city limits, Write or phone Credit Mgr., ,built home, 3000 Tallman Piano Stores, Inc., Sat- living area in em, Ore., EM 3-5707. Approximately five a6-13p fence. TE 8-3836. a6p w WORK WANTED Guaranteed outoard motor re- 2 bedroom house on pair. Ed's Conoco Service. lot. See at 1603 Phone BE 5-4400. tf , Cheney or phone 235- a6-13p HELP WANTED hay, cheap, you Woman to do washing, ironing, Holliday, 320 N. and housework, also shop- Medical Lake. SA 3- ping. Gee. Henry, 113 Fern St., a6p Cheney. a6p Fishermen using the high mountain lakes were especially urged by Biggs to take care. Several fires in the mountain areas were burning over the weekend, with fire-fighters hard pressed to get them un- der control. "The dryness and the heat have brought the woods dam gerously close to the kindling point," noted Biggs, "and once srted by ,a single careless match, a fire is now apt to 'blow up' and go out of con- trol in a very short time. "The :situ, aion is serious enough that loggers .have been shut out of the woods, but fish-: ermen ,and other recreationists still have free access to the public lands of the state. 'With this freedom goes the responsibility to exercise every caution possible in the preven- tion of fire." Fire destroys valuable wild- life ,along with the aluable timber resources---so be care- ful said the director echoing the messages from the U. S. Forest Service officials and the State Department of Natural Resources. 'WSU Cougars Have Four Home Games Aug. 15 is the deadline date ffor the purchase of preferred seating season tickets for the 1965 Washington State Univer- sity football season, Athletic Ticket Manager Pat Crook re- minded. Crook said counter ticket sales would open, Sept. 1, and that season tickets also would be m,iled on that date. The Cougars have ,four home games this year. They open their ,he,me (slate Oct. 2 against Idaho 'at Puiaan; play Villa- nova and Arizona back-to-back in Spokane on Oct. 9 and 16 in a pair of night games, and meet Oregoa in Pullman on omecoming Nov. 6. Ticket price for all home games is $5.00. Washington Sate has an out- standing schedule this fall opening with road game.s against Iowa and Minnesota. The Cougars meet Indiana of the Big Ten in Bloomington, Aizona State in Tempe a ndl play AAWU Conference ames[ against Oregon State in C:or-I vallis, Ore., in Pullman and Washington in Seattle. Coach Bert Clark will open two-a-day drills for his grid- ders here Sept. 1. Picture day will be held on Aug. 31. The annual AAWU Skywriters' tour is due to arrive in Pulbnan Sept. 4 to give Pacific Coast sportswriters and broadcasters a pre-seaon look at 1965 Cou- gar Varsity. Dove and Pigeon Seasons Set Olympia, July 19: tand-tafl- ed pigeon and mourning dove hu.nting seasons for 1965 were set for September 1 to 30, both dates inclusive, at toctay's Co.m- m'ission meeting in Olympia. The Wasl#ngton State,: game Commission, headed by I-hrvld Pebbles of Olympia; set the sea: sons as its first item of busi- ness; also establishing bag lim- i of 12 per day and 24 i.n po- ,session for doves, 8 per day and 8 in possession for pgens. The 30-day season was elect- ed ,by the Commission within the outside framework allowed: by the U. S. Fish and Wildfife Service, which would have at- lowed an additional 20 days s:hooting of doves. The choice of the longer sea- son was not seen by the Game Commission .as offering gener- ally greater hun,tiag recretiou or Washington sportsmen as the bulk of the te's migra- "Genius is settled and tory dove population, I, has mov- mediocrity is seH-incted -- ed south, out of the state, by Walter Russell. I the end of September.  -----d--o=L, i Shooting hours selected fr __  ....... I the 1965 seasons are one-half 3 new duplex opts All eleetri- I hour before sunrise to sunset. cal ,appharmes, w/w carpets. [ Phone 25'5-4747. Thas. Matney, "Make each day a critic on 1506 2rid. jyl6tf the last."--Pope. Two bedroom house, close in, unfurnished, automatic heat. Plone 235-6863. W. 228 5th. jylatf Clear lake home. furnished, beach frontage, year round :or school term renter. $75 me. i To see call SA 3-3401. a6 Two bedroom apartments, available Sept. 1. Laundry and storage. 314 6th, 235,6374. a6 Small house for married cou- ple. Water furnished. Elec- tric heat. RI 7-5091, Spokane. aOp Furnished duplex apartment. Large bedroom, kitchen, liv- ing room. Lots of storage space. Small yard. RI 7-5091, Spokane. aOp 2 bedroom dtplex. FAectric ,heat, utilities. @all 23'5-4129 or FA 7-7376. a6-13p Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- room partment. Adults only. 235-4017 If no avower call 235-6585. a6-20 2 bedroom unfurnished mod- ern, clean apt. $40 me. See F. M. Watson, For Lakes, Wn. a6-27p 1 and 2 bedroom furnished apartments $45.00. Four Lakes. a6p AUCTION SALES AUCTION---every Saturday 7 p. m. 'Ye Olde Auction tarn.', ;refrigerators, stoves, twin beds witch foam rbber mattresses, end tables. TVs. 2-wheel trailer, winch with 40 feet of cable, antiques. We buy and sell on the floor every day, also an- tique sh*op open for business every day. 235-4516. a6 e WANTED Two bedroom unfurnished apt. ,or house, walking distance of college. References. Mrs. Frank Ammann., phone GI 7- 4690, Rt. 1, Box 112, Newport, Vvash. a6 SPECIAL Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney jlgtf office for. ...... home school BOSTITCH B12 Desk Stapler for fastening correspondence sealing bags and wrappings, tacking notices fou'll find many uses for handsome, color-styled sta- pler. Powerful, deep.throat stapling action drives and clinches staples in up to 32 sheets of 16.pound bond. Use standard staples. Ad- jtmtahle clincher for perma. nent or temporary clinch. Cheney Free Press toCURE MORE g GIVE MORE to AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY I II II East Cheney By Anna Phillips Mr. ann Mrs. Chester Phil- lips accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vern Harrirrgton Sunday to Worley, Id,aho. Mr. and Mrs. Gannett Boots, Mr. and Mrs. Don lay and Mr. and Mrs. John Labish made a trp 'to Tige Sunday where they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Houston Blair. AI went hu ckleberrying. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hampton lridayb Augus.___t 6_ 1965 Chene.____y Fre_____e Press Highlights of a Seven Week Bus Tour of the Unded States By Nancy Johnson Page 5 spon Saturday evening in Spokane visiting Mr. and Mrs. B'ob Hampton and mily. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish, Jimmie and Jennifer and Mrs. E. V. Steward were Su,nday dinner guests of Mrs. Anna Labish of Mt. Iope. Mrs. Stew- art is helping with vegebable canning and will be a guest at the Lbish home for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Ray B atleson of Vour Lakes called on Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Bro,um hat Sun- day. Dr. Wayne Hall Named to WEA Staff Dr. Wayne H, all, Colum,ba University administrative aide, tins been appointed to the pro- fessional staff of the Wa, shlng- to,n Education Association. Ex- ecutive Secretary Cecil J. Iffan- nan announced today that the WEA Board of Directors had approved the appointment. Dr. thWs responsibilities will include serving as saff consultant to the Association for higher education and the Department o f Classroom Teachers, affiliate orffariza- tions of the 35,000-member WEA. The new WEA executive is a graduate of Snolmmisda High Settee1. He atterded beth Cen- tral a;nd Eastern Washington State colleges, ,be received his doctorate form Columbia. He was director of Eastern's Al- umni association for several years. Touring With Toni Rome---a beautiful city, with a fascinaUon of its own, it's hundreds, of fountains, ancient lom,a ruins, new modern buildirgs, old, old bui,ldngs f, rom several hundred years back topped by TV aatennas. Michangelos Sculpture We took an afternoon tour which included some of the move famous momments- The Chtwch of St. Pete" in Chains, where we saw Mich- argel's sculpture of Moses, and in the Crypt, the chains that bound St. Peter. We drove pat the old Roman Circus, n,ow overgrown with flowers and grass. We stood' gazing at the Forum, which is immense, an,d it seemed th'at ne could feel the presence OF those old Rom- ans going about their affairs. St. Paul's Basilhca outside the Vacan is ,a beautiful structure with windows of very thin sheets of Alabastre. Coliseum and Basicillica Then we drove to as many places ms we could, walked through the coliseum were you can see the different sec- tions ,and easily identify their, ues, cages arid runs for the I lions, etc. We visited the Vat-] icon, walking miles through I the Basillica, museum, and the l Treasury Which made the crown jewels of Engla.nd look like ,paltry things. The paint- in.Ks on the ceiRngs are p'ac- tically contmuous, there was too much of everying. I was almost bewildered by so much art and I c0uld' t properly ap- preciate it. Attend Opera One mooni,ght evening we attended a performance of the opera "Aida" Wlich is givea in one of the sections of Rman Ruins. A thviflin.g thing it was in suCh an ppropriate setting. Stmchy we d, rove to Tivoli to see the famous ruins there. Those old Romans Iived well and mst elegantly. One ilce had been a summer vilh and the other was a palace on the hi]ide wih seetio after sec- tion of gardens nd a network of water piped through it all with a cascading series o4 beautiful fountain. There were incredibly old olvie and cyp- ress trees growing all about the town, some of which even dated back to those aid riotous days! I ,have mirror baiSess and abrasion.s from walkin,g into trees aaui lamposts, low own- Nancy Johnson, daughter of the Merritt John sons, returned uesday night from a seven-week bus tour of the United Sates. The Travel-Work-Study-Tour (TWST), a graduation present, was a Teenage tour sponsored by the As.oeiation of Christian Youth and under the guidance of Rev. Robert Conn of Colum- bi,a United Church of st in Seattle. Eighteen young people made the 6,000 mile trip which in- cluded Yellowstone Park, Chi- cago, Detroit, Niagara Falls, all of New England, New York City, Vtashington D. C., Indi- ana, Texas, Grand Canyon, Bryce Canyon, Salt Lake City, back to Seattle and then to Cheney. Some of the hghlights of the tour were a visit to the re- stored "Old Town" in Chlcago and a visit to a Rehabilitation Center for Teenagers ,in Cica- go. In East Doughs, Mass., the second bus in which the TWST tour was traveling broke down completely and ,after a dehy of two weeks a third bus was purchased and the trip con- tinued to New York. While waiting for the new bus, the group visited Plymouth Rock and Plymouth Plantation, a re- stored Plymouth Colony. They boarded and toured the May- flower II Which was in the bay. They visited the Cathedral of the Pines, a memorial to Infer- national War Dead. In New York they visited the United Nations, the World's lair, Statue of Liberty. In inks, fallzg into holes, etc., rom gazing rapturously about as I walk. We've undoubtedly ]walked hundreds of miles and climbed thousands of steps, and what with adroitly dodging tlwough the traffic it's as good a combat training as one could get. Italy Hot and Dry Italy is hot and dry, but the scenery is very beautiful; rollirrg wooded lls and al- a the ue MederVanean beyond. The people are so very fiendly and kind and their is a patience you ,feel with many of them. As we traveled south ward, I noticed er became aware of more poverty. So many individuals with a ,hand- ftd of posteards or scarfs, do, anything they ea get to sil for a few .pennies to ,have ood fr the day. One will be ap- proached also ,by ma;ny just asking ,for something. It's a beautiful, fascinating c0ntry. Homeowners*. You get more protection against the big things that can happen to your home--at less cost--with a Cascade Homeowner "s "D" Policy That big "D" in Cascade's new Homeowner's Policy stands for deductible. It means you pay the first $25 on small losses, thereby earning a lower premium rate- without sacrificing the top coverage you really need for those b|gr ls. Under this one policy you're protected against losses on your home and Imrsonal property and losse that o through personal liability actlon and becaus of additional llvlng expenses. Sound someth|ng you'd be Interested 1117 Thea why not give us call soon? l00tm'm00ce N Co00y MHIIOI IPIIT PACfFI= INIUANCt eJIOUP ED DOTEN INSURANCE 424 FIRST, CHENEY I This Week Do You Need: Boat Insurance Crop insurance? ALL TYPES OF INSURANCE Victor Wilson Agency II ;Greenwich Vflhge Narmy had her poatxaR done and visited the Ctaco,mb Chapel, a branch ,of the Teen Ch' ,allenge eeter. In Washington., D. C. they visited the eapibol building, the Srnithsran Institute, the Northwest Settlement House and observed a session in the Headstart Program for the cul- turally deprived. The group at- tended a concert at an Aqua- theater on the Pomac were ]0,000 people were in attend- ance. The audience was seated on th steps of the Jefferson Memorial to hear select0ns from "West Side Story" with the dancers dancirg in the streets. They visited Arlington Cemetery and Lincoln Memer- ial. From Washirgton, they trav- eled throu,gh the midwest to Grand Canyon. Turning n.orth, !they visited the Mormon Tab- eraacle, beard a rehe'sal of their 375 voice choir and trek part in a visitor's discussion group. From Salt Lake City, the ur returned home to Seattle, 18 days: behind schedule. After two days' visit at the ome OF Mr. an'd Mrs. Wayne Wel, NantJ, returned to Cheney. She i.s enrolled at Central Wash- ington State College for this 11, where he intends to ma- jor in English and music. MEREITT A. JOHNSON S18 First Street. Chtey, Wal NOTICE TO CIgEBITORS No. 9510 In the Superior Court of th State of Washington i and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Ftate of VIOLA A. WEST, deceased. Notice is hereby lven that the undr- eigned has been appointed Administrator of the above tate in thl Court and has qualified accordingly, amt that all persos havi elaim against maid de, ceased are rtair to m claims. duly verified, with necessary voueher upon the undersigned at 318 1st St., Chancy. Washington or upon Merrltt A. Johnsor the attorney of record at bis office at 318 1st St., Chancy, Washing- ton, and file such claim, w[th pof of such asrvico in the office of the Clerk of the above eourt at the City of Spokane, Washington, within i six months after the first lmblleation of , thi notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 23rd day of July. 1965. Merritt A. Johnsom Administrator of the above estate. Merrttt A. Johnson Attorney 318 1st Street, Cheney, Washington (July $3-A, 6) Sharp, Twigg, Bennett & Deslow 817 Northtown Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBUTION No. T6967 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in nd for the County of Spokane in Probate. In the Matter of the state of ISHIZO NAKANISHI,, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Tami Nakanishi. as administratrix of the Will anexed of Ishiso Nakanishi, d, has flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and pert- tier* for distribution, asking the Court to settle sad Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said administratrix ; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 1st day of Septembar, 196b at 10:00 a. m., at the Court Room of the Presiding Deparh'nent of said Court, at which tim sat place any person interested in said Este may appear and file objections thereto contest the same. Dated this 2nd dy of August, 1965. Gee. E. Fallquist County Clerk nnd Clerk of said Court By Harry Heinzen, Deputy Riser E. Deglow Attorney for Estate 817 Narthtown Building Spokane, Washinqton (Aug. 6-20) FLORER, GERRAUGHTY & dEORGE 317 Symons Bids. Spokane, Wuh NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. V8400 In the Superior Oourt of the State f Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the tate of EDWARD J. O'CONNOR, deceased. State of Washln*gon, County of SDo- kane. Notice is hereby giver that T. G. Overlie, the Admlnistr&tor of the above estate, bout rndared ad pra4i for settlement to. and filed in the Superior Court of pokane Cmty, State of Wuhin hls Final Aeeot as aseh Admlnitrat, ami a I- tttion for the distrllmtlo of maid e tats, in which the Oourt Is asked to settle ald estate, dlsta'llte the property to the heh' or  mtltled to the same, and discharge the said T. G. Ovlie, and that Tuesday, the 31st day of August, 1965, at the hour of 10;00 o'clock a,m., at the Court room of our asld StlImor (onrt, In the Olty o karts, in add 0kqm County, has e duly Hxed for the hear/n and settlnent of said lqnl  nd Petttlom for Dlatrnmtion, at which tlm  pl any pmon in in said eainta may g 'and file hts tetqylor in writing and eontest the same. Dated this 4th day of Aust, 19 E. Fallqust County Clsrk and Clork of the Sure.or Court. Ey Jack A. Magney, Deputy (Aug. 6-20) MORRISON & HUPP1N 01 First National Bank Building Spokane, wuhina'ton NOTICE TO CRED1[TORS No. T9801 [n the Superior Court of the State of Washir*gton in anal for the County f Spokane. In the Matter of the Etate of ROY C. KFNE, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under-, signed has been appointed Hxecutrix of the above estate iu this Court and has qualified aceordimgly, and that all persona having clsims against said deceased, are requtred to serve claims. duly verified, with nece,qrv vouchers. upon the undersigned at 201-1st Natlotl Bank Building, Spokane Washington 'or upon D. N. Morrison the attorney of record t his office at 201-First National Bank Building, Spokane, Washingto and file such claim with )reof af such service iu the office of the (Ylerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Wn., within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publicattou of this notice is 6th day of August, 1965. Birdie I. Keee Executrix of the above estate. R D. /%. Morrison Attorney 201-First National Bank Buildirg Spokane, "Washington (Aug. 6-20) YOUR PROFESSIONAL INSURANCE AGENT, iVAN CLEMONS, CHENEY I I I I I I J I