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ANT ADS00 TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. ALMOST NEW full basement, baseboard electric heat, space- Very nice throughout. FuR price $15,500.00. down payment, reasonable monthly terms. LIVING AREA PLUS b 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 down and payments. STARTING NOW More double entry homes by Bob Wilson, Inc. Being on north Sixth Will be ready for occupa,ncy in Sep- DRIVE BY. CALL FOR INFORMATION and shop, 2 lots, $11,950.00 2-car garage $7,850.00. electric heat $7,950.00. 2 acres, 5&apos; bedroom, $8,950.00 220 Acres, near Cheney, $25,000.00 Down Payments -- Easy Monthly Payments building sites, also arrange custom building. FHA Conventional financing avaihble for building. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham !1ST TRI-STATE REALTY INC. CALL 235-4778 CHENEY, WASH. FOR RENT SALE 3 new duplex ,apts. ,All electri- and professional cal appliances, w/w carpets. in Ione 23'5-4747. The. Matney, equipment for 1506 2nd. jyl6tf sound. See and hear Russell Curran, Two bedroom house, close in, Ext. 2 jy2tf unfurnished, automatic heat. Phone 235-6863. W. 228 5th. :lt, 60 x 120 ft., paved jyl8tf P. Helsing, 235- jyl6-a6 Clear lake home. furnished, beach frontage, year round house with or school term renter. $75 mo. appliances. Fenced 616 Vitard, Ohe- jy30tf ler. x 11 practice 96C t The Free ]29tfx 2 bedroom h0se on lot See ,at 1603 ! Cheney or phone 235- a6-13p by owner new 4-bed- home, finished hose- all built in view location, 2 large kit- $21,500 with down payment. See Place. Phone 235- a6tf old brick house, 5 bedroom, 1 leaving. Sacrifice, 235-4766. a13 Galaxie, many ex: 2 door hardtop, was Vew, now $2600. 235- M3p bedroom home with Birch kitchen range. Firephce, or conventional. te, 424 1st 23'5-4050. al3tf 15th, 1600 square home. Else. range, dish- fire,ace, double Ear- Ed Doten Real Es- 1st St., Bhone 235- al3tf bedroom 10' x 54', Co- trailer house. Skirts Inquire Sunset Trail- or car 235-4740. a.13p Medical Ike. 60 eu.ltivated, creek, barns, home. Only $122 Big Bend Land 1925 Fourth, Spokane. a13 lot, 60 x 120 Excel- Paved street, and selvage. Phone a6tf Piano. Want re- party in this area sm,aR mo. pyts. Credit Mgr., Stores, Inc., Sal- EM 3-5707. a6-13p STAMPS of all kinds ordered at The Free service, jl5tf 12-gauge shot- for birds, ducks weddings. Cal TE To see call SA 3-3401 a13' 2 bedroom duplex Electric heat, utilities. Call 235-4129 or FA 7-7376. a6-13p Large, beautiful, new 2 bed- room apartment. AduRs only. 235-4017 If no anvev call 235-6585. a6-20 2 bedroom unfurrfished mod- ern, clean apt. $40 mo. See F. M. Watson, Four Lakes Wn. a6-27p Two bedroom apartment, stove ,and refrigerator furnished. One block from college. 423 :Cedar Street, Phone Ted Ham 235-6318. a13 G WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re pair. Ed's Conoo Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf TO GIVE AWAY Cute kittens to give "away. Oall 235-4739. a13 LOST Boat side curtain, between Che- ney and Badger Lake. Re- veavd,  235-4109. a13 SPECIAL Will pay a good price for US andCanadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 414 First St., Cheney jl9ff AUCTION SALES AUCTION--every Saturday, 7 p.m., 'Ye Olde Auction Barn' Bedroom sets. dining room sets living room sets and ellan- eous items and TV's. B'ankrupt stockwall must go. Furrfiture ,and antiques sold every day. '52 GMC pickup, 4 speed. Will buy merch,andise 235-4516. a6-13 MALE HELP WANTED MEN 18-33 WANTED FOR RAILROAD COMMUNICATIONS JOBS NOW OPEN IN Veashinton ,and Idaho. We phce ALL men who finish short train- ing period at Spokane Tele- graph School. Must be in good health, high school graduate, not color blind, clear record. If iaterested contact Mr. Rose between 9 a. m. and 11 a. m. at Spo- kane Telegraph School. 1818 E. Sprague Spokane, Wasgton a13-20p cabin, Williams hke;] pine interior, fire- I .rnshl lgs, boathouse, l teau'tiul lawn, "lake l trees. Priced $11,950. [ phone 23-412213 ! "Gleanings Warm summer days are still with us, and as Augast begins, we find Cheney typical of any college town. The first aca- demic session of EWSC has come to an end, and students f ,all ages are gratefully pack- ing their bags in anticipation of enjoying the final summer days before they again p,ick up ,their school books or go on to ianother phase of their lives. Some Cheney residents are also looking forward to a va- hV "J,lil'' a five or six day visit in San ran,cisco, Calif. They will be ,t41et  m  visiting Mrs. Brown s brother anti his knowledge of rocks, and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. helped to sthualate their inter- i O. W. Norman. As all know, San est in this field. Mrs. Betz said I,'rancisco i noted for its ex- that the were fortunate citing places to see and things cnouh to fin three sapph, ires to do. Mrs. Brown and Karen iid one garnet which they lat-[are anticipating seeing some [of the many famous tourist at- er had cut and polished. [tractions such as Chinatown So the Betz family left on their trip with anticipation, not and Fis:herman's Wlarf. only for the fun of four days of campirg, but they were look. GAMONS VACATION "Will ing forward to the thrill of I ever make it'?" Typi- .earch.ing for different types cal words.you near every day. of rocks. These words are spoken by Frid,ay___, August 13__ 2, 19___ Chene_____yy Fre__e Press P.__e Anniversary Artist Series Offers Nine Attractions Nine attractions will be .offered by Eastern WavMngton State College during its 1965-66 75th Anniversary Artist Ser- ies. The nine performances are the largest number .ever to be presented during the eollege's 75-year history. In dditon, the college will sponsor five chamber series musical presentations. Dorothy Warenskyold On Oct. 13, the actual date be the Feb 3 EWSC Artist of the college's first classes in Series presentation. "The cello simply cannot be cation or a Change o pace, others have recertly returned, but all in all we find that the normal activities ,of life in our nice town, socily and other- wse, continue. Rck Hounds Rocks of all sizes, s'hapes, and colors are found every- where. Mr. and Mrs. Edward I W. Betz and children, Fran,klin, i t'eggy Sue, and Jimmy were joined by Mr. Pete Smith and . his son Jeff, on a trip to Phil- fpsburg, Mont., in "an interest- ing search for rocks, but pe- e}fieally in hopes of finding applires. There is much excitement in digging quantities of dirt and gravel which is then screened out, for this is what the search for sapphires en- tails. When the stone ks wet, it resembles glass, and the clearer the stone the better the grade. All "rock hounds" de- el.are that there is a real thrill when ,one catches a glimpse of that gleaming stone. The Betz family made a simi} trip last year. They were accompanied this time by Dr. Richard Hage- in and son, Bill, Ted Stahlborn and his son, David, and Frank Bu.ker. Lynn Peck, formerly of Cheney, who is .an avid rock hound joined them last year I-- NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. '/4299 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Cemnty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE Y. NUMATA, deceased. State of Washington, Courty of Spo. kane.--ss Notice is hereby giver that Hannah Numata, the Admiristrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for ettlement to, and flied in the Super- ] ior Court of Spokane Cour#ty, State of l Washington her Final Account as such I Administrator and a petition for the l distribution of saiff estate, in which l the Court is asked to settle said Estate, ] distribute the property to the heirs I or persons entitled to the same, and J discharge the said Administrator, and that Friday, the 24th day of September 1965, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at l the Courtroom our our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane CounCy, has Lcn duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person in- terested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and contest the same. Dated this llth day of August, 1965. Geo. . Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By John T. Hurley, Deputy (Aug. 13-27) Iamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 12 Paulsen Bldg., pokane, Wash. [ SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 179037 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington, in and for the County of Spokane ETHEL L TARa, Plaintiff us, ARNOLD N. TARR, Defendart State of Washington to lhe Defend- ant, Arnold N, Tarr. You are hereby summoned to appear in the above entitled court withir sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days after the 13th <lay c4 August, 1965 and defend the above entitled action it} the above en- titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned at- torneys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and it} case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you accordin to the demand of said complaint, which has been' filed with the clerk of said court. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to secure an aDsolute Decree of Divorce from the defendant on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat- ment by the defendant toward the plain- .if f Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke By Harold D. Clarke Attorneys for Plain- tiff Postoffice Address: 912 Paulsen Building Spokane. Washington 99201 (Aug. 13-Sept. 17) COLLIER & COLLIER 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No '/7906 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in, and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Guardianship of LUELLA GRACE WOLFF and KINGS- LEY WALTER WOLFF. Minors. Notice is hereby given that Amanda Wolff. the Guardiar of the estate of Luella Grace Wolff and Kingsley Walter Wolff, minors, will sell at private sale for the terms of $60.00 or nors per month, including interest at 6 per cent per aPmum, the following de- scribed real estate: It 6 in Block 1 of Cazenovia Heights Addition To Spokane, as per plat thereof recorded in .Volume "B" of Plats, page 26 ; situate in the City and County of Spokar#e, Washttgt to the highest and best bidder. Bias must be submitted in writlng and may be left with the said Guardian or at her attorney's office at 414 Hyde Build- in', Spokar#e, Washington, 99201. Bids will he received until August 31, 1965. The said Guardian reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Amanda Wolff, Guardian. (Aug. 13-20) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke tl! l'aulen Bldg., Spokamb Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No '/9826 In the Suporior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of ARLO C, SANFORD, deceased Notice i hereby glve that the under- signed has been appointed admlnistratri of the above etate in this court, and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against ea}d deceased, are required to serve claims. duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at 1820 Maxwell, Spokane, Washington or upon Ham- blen, Gilbert. & Brooke the attorneys of record at their office at 912 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wn., 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 pulMicatlon of this notice is 13th day of August, 1965. laine M. Sanford Administratr|x of the above estate Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys By Harold D. Clarke 912 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washingto 99201 (Aug. 13-27) 890, Dorothy Warenskjold more brilliantly phyed, or many womein during a busy lyric soprano, will present amde to yield more beautiful SUMMER IN ALASKA and hectic day, but recently concert. A]th, ough Alaska is often a uttered by Mrs. W. A. Gamon. Despite her tremendous o- tone ._than one t_a in Lem- very cold and wet state, sum- !v.lrs. tmmon ns pact a very ac- emti  success Mi Ur- arT.losey performance," s uve summer pmnrn for he .. " ....... yplC&l ot crRics revmws no mer does come m same parts n' . .. g . kold, consdersn .......... hr.l tn h ; ]. _ ' of it if not for lon However  s weaning, remodeling her ,rimo,ql .......... .., _.,:, mamr where m the world Old Sol does try and the Kirk kitchen, and now completm,g S .... .^.,.. ................ , Rose prays. Wlllmms family have been en- P. .:s for the family vacation tour, he ,h'as become such   Mree --.unmn, glmm and joying uvmsu,M weather condi- sartrg .unclay. vne mo.ns favorite with auen ,h ance ompany will be the tfons for they ,have d three, e s aaTonng fatYheCrTDOGVt " her concert season is'lways .e'beofP:entin, which aays oz summer since they ...:." - . .. ' . ".." .. booked months in advance ' w n a sympos- reached Middteton As prey- ViilIS, wno Is a reuen o Wall, Iwan Petrov, -remier ba.so mm on moaerr o'ance spon- iously reported, Mr "and Irs Is- D. i the Bol'shoi Ora: Moscow, sored by the EWSC division of Kirk Wil'liams (Bet'ty Browni ]  on s first " ealth, physical education, tee- RAT United States tour, . and children, Kari.and Jay, are[  . CLIFFE FAMILy . will ,aDear at EW.qC oe  reation and athletics. io ed vo nave your cmmren at ............. wunnin ham one of stat n ,on Mddleton Island[, The M,, uo;  .... I 'g ,  Amer- in Pnnce Wflltams Sound for ame s a thrill. Mr. and Mrs on its first .;i, , , U.o+ IIca s most brflliant dancers and two years paie trooks (Becky latctiffe) last Novembr.'**:=+,::n ,v most chMlengig ch, orogvaph- Mrs Wiiams in telin her [aad children, Jennifer, Steph- r:: _ , :,;:: 2L=_ " era in the avant-garde move- S v an L,, ltae YUle I lJOrlS men , " , famil-" about lit ^ n the ial - en and MOnlea are spending 10 ............. t, had atrium hal Euro- y  a,u das it r ouunov. when ne company can tour as P reports that much that is inter-[ 7. y w] h Mr. and Mrs. Mark played ba Scala in Matan the p ' ." 2' t yea ,, . he t e O  ] latClltle. The BrooKS are , . . . '  t.es uranus ua,Jets estmg. T yp f topog aphy  . . New York Times crltm wrote ..... m ts remote part.of the Un!t- ] nBakersfiCaf: where "Petrov the famous bass, came ; Lea.Grands Ballets Canad- ca., tates is aseinatin.,, ,a ro.t, ...... , ............ Sl  ,,,,,,, ,,, .m= ...... ,,el ,,,-, "' ..... 's,,,"";"* the haunt- ,, ,m,., ,.,,,ata,. a campany mg meadows are broken by[ mu, c faculty at Bakersfield ina r*m,rtii,,,, ,,* a,*. ,, of 60 including orchestra, will rocky chffs. If you are a bird [ g : .. a piano instruct- Erroll Garner ninlo  ]appear on the Showalter Audi- watcher, life on Middle:ton Is- [ or, ana wrs. troos is a con- oser- ,---;, ::''"-'" [ torium stage at EWSC Mrch 3 eer master " r ". - , .. .- . -, -.. ,u a- land would be a real paradise[ 2' . ?f Ke r Phlhar- traction He ...m . ............ [ One of the best, if nt the mon" , "  WLIA LU tl..'t2AllJll- , " for you. You would see an [.. c orchestra, and has .]uSt iod .hv l3usn Oot .....  ;o, ]best, clasmcal bMlet campn. abundance of Puffins, a type ,,Immnea playing a seas,on n a aTd-keH,:i"{2.ZgY'"--.' I ms tounng/%rth America, Lea of sea bird, and also a mere-I summer musical. During their it .....  ..... "" g*vum'[Grards Bal.le Canadiens are ber of the Auk family They :neny s.my vrs. Brooks and: o Com9letel- self ........ I headed ,by st dancers Ann. nest in holes in the "ground, her family accompanied Mr. [ h .......  ,:y,, =.dug:.^ne [Marie and David nohne, who ana MrS Mark Rat " o .,' ..... =,, ,== aw . and are .commonly found m  clfffe to l ll -,er ,h ....... ,a ... ..,.. .:_ [ Imve returned to their native and oint Idaho ; ......... .... ,,, ,, ,u abundance on the northern P . , . . , where they, ,,ra,;,.  and ..... *^- [Canada after brilliant perform- . are visidrr Mrs Rateliff ' i t-* -s ...... v,,,o-, n " " coast of both the Atlantic and . .. g . . . e s s s- [ The ,lB.,,*.a v .... ,*r-. ['a .cesm the capitals of Europe "" ter Mrs W H Hal-O -.- ,,-,,u , ,,- ., . Bactfic oceans, There are my , . , . .  rd at her ] ner Ohora' ,,a+,  ,..,,, ,^_~,.^_ [ and in Russm with the Lemn- summer nora n : ./,, .,..,., a ., ,,,,- : more kinds of birds such as the ..... : e o Lake PenCil tm will b ....... , .... Igrad Kirov Ballet Killdeer, a shore bird, and the e riHe. v,r. Brooks left on ! C)ne of he )ss[ewrdfv v:l" I Sidney HarSh Cormorant, a type of sea bird. ,.nursaay to spend some time ] -l,a- : L.a ..... , ..... :(t," [ Sidrmy arth, "one of our " , , with nis arent i "* * "* '*= '" .,,v,u - , .... ,, Including the William s tam- .. p .. s n Seattle. I*ra*i-o th u .... , ...... [finest Amerman violL-fi'sts, il there are onl 11 ueDl vr au Mrs Mark Patclffel 27"Y% "', -". rs, "''* twill be the Eastern  c. y  . ,' .y.  op'e are Io<)kin, toward " unore ,ns been accl, aimed all who remde on. thLs sland. But . g to hawng[ a ...... , ,,.;,^a c,, -.,/les atractlon April 18. ..... .. .... all thmr children and -nd ' ....... ''*'=" o= ,mu, He ................. me)slanu r m.:any nzerestmg clildre- +-^*^-' r2 ""*---- [Cada and in Europe and Lat- ]--.n-.a y] Lne u vpr.men o mvovs, geologies .nave oeen .= "'" %.y.-=. a' ,,. ,.u j in AmHe j t_n.usav an,u An Melon pro- visiting the isla,nd, as they are Mrs. U,a rlatcliffe and ehl!-I "" e'e]rle ro--am .,m in-[fesor .of music appoinCee of interested in the fact ttm,t the uren, ,ar, jsara, and Chrim-[d ' a .... ,=.   ,..W , [Carnegie Institute of Technol- ," " arl,a are aFFIVJn S . .=u." ...a..,, . ,,w * .... shore hne has risen 15 fee{ . R unday tol b __ -nd ......... Iogy, Harth s the first Amer- s ena a week at their rents' urns a  wonts con,trachea W since the Ataslvan earthquake sp  . ..... P Ju,,nr ...;, .... , ......... [can to phce in the finals of of last year. Oil camlanies nome. lona ttamafffe is an in- [ t"',l,:a u.  [ Pah, nd's Wieniaveski competi- have also sent in members of srueor ot piano at C02Jfornia [ .... z"Le"onar " :" Jtion. Harth has been acclaimed their orgasizafions as they feel State Po!ytechmc cllege at San ] Leonard Ro 'm:led as [ for his maCurity, imagination tb'at there may be oil under the u mspo. Barbara, Mr. Roe- Ame'a,s ' fore:.=,,, 2:= . - Ja,nd individuality, adding to his isuand. Young Jay Williams re- clHe s wlie, is very active in " ,,,,. ., w techl assura, rme a "glowing eently celebrated his birthday California in tbe civic theatre, personality and sweeping and including ishnd visitors, he and 16 guests .had the fun of blowing out his birthday candles. LINDA PAULSON The "exotic" and the "excit- in!g" come to our mind ,hen we hink of enjoying a vacation m a European country. Miss Linch Paulson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson of Che- ney, is spending a week's waca- ton in ,the Scandinavian coun- tries. Miss Paulson directs rec- reation in a servic club o the United States Army an her home post located in Han'a, Germany. MRS. BROWN AND KAREN Other travelers ,are Mrs. No- lan Brown ,and her daughter, Karen, who left Wednesday for Homeowners ! You get more protection against the b thin,Is 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 $25 on small losses, thereby earning a lower premium rate wlthout sacrificing the top coverage you really need for tho$ bigger losses. Under this one policy you're protected against losses on your home and personal property and losses that occur through personal liability action and because of additional living expenses. Sound like something you'd be interested in? Then why not give us a call soon? Cascade Iurance B Comlmny IIIII1 IllllTt PAIRe 11&31 IIt0glP ED DOTEN INSURANCE 424 FIRST, CHENEY I During the past week the Ratciffes have lind other visit- ors Which included Mrs. Ryan and her son, DonaJd, Mrs. Ry- an is the former Eloise Jordan who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Jordan, formerly of Cheney. Mrs. Ryan is also Mr. ;Ratcliffe's niece. Both Mr. and vs. Ryn and their son, Don- ald, bare just finished a two month's vacation on the east coast. Visiting also was Mrs. Elbert Chandler of Olympia, formerly Frances Simas of Che- ney. JOHN PAULSONS Also having visitors were Mr. and Mrs. John Paulson. The Paulsons entertained Miss Kitty Graves, Mrs. Keith Huet- son, (Cindy ibson), Mrs. Rich- hunt of pheasants, quail, and other uphnd birds, as well as for ducks and geese. Also set will be all fishing seaxons and, regulations on game fish for the full calendar year of 1966. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a. m. on Monday in the Olympia offices of the State Department. Fit Varmouver and then Port Angeles were considered as sites for the Commission meet, but due to conventions and tourist traf- fic, meeting facilities could nt be found in either of the towns for the August dates. Sea,on-setting meetings of the State Game Co ,nnission are normally hel, d in varying areas of the state so that l- col, interested cizens may find it converiet to ate, nd. style." Pierre Cochereau Pierre Coohere,u, organist of the Cathedral of hotre Dame, Pards, will be the ginl ttractkm of the EWSC 75th Anniversary Arti, st Series. Allmagh only in Iris late 30's, oehereau hods one of the mvt mttsically significant positions in all of France, At the Oathedral of Notre Dame in Paris he performs the grt- et of all oran terature from Ba, ch and CAerambat to Vierne, Widor and Dupre. All of the concerts will be held in S hovcaer Auditarium on e EWSC campus "m he- hey and will start at 8:15 p. m. Season tickets as well as iad- vidu, al admissions will be avail- ble. ard Teord and son,'Miles, who ,are planning to visit Mrs. Tel-Jl ford's parents after their visit II I in Oheney. Visiting II I kane were Mr. and Mrs. Cord-II I en Budke "and their son, David. I I  iI  1 i | 1 Mrs. Budke is the former Rho-]l 00ee/tie ;00DOKane lnnl00n00l ----- - ---- -'" --r -- -- - ---------" (m -aurson wno is me aaugn- ter of Mr. "and Mrs. oJhn Paul- son.  = Mr. and Mxs,,. W.R.,Spen- In 00USZUSt cer "anu son, warren who are -- residerts of Olympia m-rived Sun,lay,,,,, and were house guests A P [] P B B IBBBI ' of Mr, and Mrs. John Paulson m lira [] lm   llJ aad their son, Win. TheSpen- .rll rhwlill [] ! sers who were formerly real- i lll V m==mm00_ ______ dents of Cheney were emer. t,Mned at a nhost .,tio sup per at the Paulsons home. At s --  m s_ Friends ttending were Mr ad Mrs. William Bernard "and All :)tar 00ame/onlght Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roos. Bird00 Fish Season To Be Set Aug. 23 Olympia, Aug. 9: A State Game Cssion meeting on Aug. 23 and 24 will determine the 1965 bird huating seasons and the 1966 fishing seasons, Harold A. Pebbles said today. Cammissivn C h a i r m a n Pebbles stressed that each year the pbilc, individ, ul or organization is encouraged to ttend this." meeting. The time has been set skle by the Com- mission to listen to anyone's recommendations for seasons indig those which will be presented by the State Game Department. Before the meeting con- cludes on Tuesday, seasons wili have been .set for this fags August 13 Duke Snider will HIT and Pitch for The All (*) Stars i Aug. 9-12  Indianapolis Aug. 13-15  Seattle Aug. 16.19Salt Lake City Aug. 20-22  Tacoma BOX SEATS $2.00 GRANDSTAND $1,50 BLEACHER $0.90 STUDENT $0.50 I III I IIII I I II II I II I III f AN ENTIRE LINE OF INSURANCE INSURE with a PROFESSIONAL Victor Wilson Agency I III I I IIII I IIII I III III