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haportant that parents a "baby book" or else- written record of all shots each child This information in event or injury occur- a d&apos;octor's or shool records were not avail- TWIGG & BENNETT Ave., Spokane, Wn 10F SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE S No. 68703 Uperior Court of the State of in and lor the County of Matter of the Estate of deceased. County of Spo- is hereby given that Marjorie the Admiistratrix of the has rer.dered and 10resented t to, and filed i the Super- Spokane County, State of Account as such Admin- a petition for the dis- said estate, in which the to settle said Estate. dis- to the heirs or to the same, and dis- said Marjorie Hunter, and that 1964, of 9:30 o'clock a. m. at the of our said Superior Court Spokane, in said Spokane duly fixed for the bear- of said Final Account for Distribution, at which ar*y person interested in may appear and fil his lU writing thereto and con- 12th day of August. 1964. Fallquist County Clerk Superior Court. 14-28) E. CORNELIUS Bldg., Spokane, Wash. FOR PUBLICATION No. 175182 Court of the State of the County of Spo- STRINGER, Plaintiff vs. defendart. of Washington to the said summoned to appear after the date of the of this summons, to- sixty days after the 14th 1964, and defend the it .... , | ,,r , , f r Classified Rates--5 cents p, er}- WORK-wANTED - word, with 75c minimvm Ior] .......................... 15 words). Minimum adv. notJG,.laranteed outboard motor re- paid in cash will carry a 15c pair. Ed's Conoco Service. billing charge. Phone BE 5-4400. tf @ FOR SALE Storm windows, doors, wn- ings, p,atio covers, remdel- .Iodern two bedroom year- ing, roofing, siding. Reason- roumt Williams Lake home, able. Jerry Pickel, General large lot, frontage, bailt,ins. Contractor. 235-4069 A7-14p dishwasher. Must sell, terms 237-4223 after 4.30 p.m.  HELP WANTED jyl7tf Help Wanted--Waitress, Fire- side Restaurant. a14 NEWER TRI-LEVEL Only 2 years old newly decorated 4 bdrms, in new district. Owner leaving town must sell. 3 Bdrms. $14,000 Class In new district among $20,000 homes. Can vacate Sept. 1st er sooner. Choice Locati, on, $7,950 Large 2 bdrm home near town and schools lg kichen nice yard. KEN MORLAN WIDMER REALTY MA 4 1288 Columbia Bldg. WOMEN WANTED--Pat time yping :at lome. $30 to $60 weekly. Send resume and hours available. BKPR Box 36365 Houston, Texas. a14-s4 Man for harvest nld fall work. Call JA 3-2457, Rosala. Earl Hill. a 14-p FOR RENT Souse, completely remodeled .one year lease. Avaihble soon. Located 1/2 mile frown Cheney on Spangle Road. $85 month. Call Roy Miller, 235- 6576. a7tf Furnished apartmen,t for rent. 119 W. 6th, phone 235-6525. jl9tf SHOW THE EUROPEAN INFLUENCE.IPORTEp ld{v COLOR FORMED THE I?,ODCE, gKIRT PAHTALET 'l"w "cl,\\; AND 9HAWL OF A CHIEFTAIN'S WIF k \\;\ Jcl{ o  , q'NE 5EWI N..ACHINE WA ] # RNSIBLE FOR TNE UNUSUAL, 1 'i .Ii costumE, oN .AsP uat4ep  2) -- .//ll[I MODEL%, TNE WOEN t4ACHINE-TITdH ROW5 AND ROW OF VARIOUS, COLOREP COTTON6 TO CREATE FULL GRACEFUL, 6KIRTS ANP DEEP "BE!I-A u TO[;AY, WNEN B4JYING WOMEN'S AND CHILDEEbI'G APPAEEL LOOK FOR THI LAEL-THE 6YBOL OF PECENCY, FAiR LABOR STANIgARIg ANI TPU:: AhERIr_.AN WAY OF LIFE UNION IAII I. Bird And Fish [ Friday, @lgust 14, 1964 Cheney Free Press Descendanls Of Spangle Pioneer Families Hold Reunion Sunday Page 5 A family reunion that in- cluded ahnost 60 descendants of the Bell antd Sanders fam- ilies, pioneers ,of the Spangle area, was held Sunday, August 9, at the Marvin L. Bedien, home at 206 N. Fourth. The famil,ies were the cId- ran and grand,children of the late Mr. and Mrs. Danny Bell. Mrs. Bell was the former Mary Belle Sanders, whose parents ,homesteaded in the Spangle area whet, she was six months old. The Bell family settled in the same v,eighberhood. Mr. and Mrs. Ianny Bell raised five daughters, all grad- uating from the ld Spangle lrene Bedient, mother of Mel- vin Bedient, is deceased. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Mark Smith (Bessie Bell) and Peace Corps Saves ,Money Peace Corps Director Sar- gent Shriver tod Oorgress this week that his agency is a tight little financial island ,in the vast rsea of government spending. In testimony before the Sen- ate Appropriations Commmit- tee, Shriver cited facts and fig- ures to show how the Peace high school. One daughter, " Kristy, Wayne and Gwen of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Sid Wil- son (Bl, anche Bell) of Spokane, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Potter (Edith Beil) arid Ro f [ S er . I pangle, Mr. and Mrs. Etl. J Cunninghm (Crystal lae Ball) /and Dan, Jennifer, Steve and JSandra of Kellogg. / Mr. and Mrs. Don Smith, Dougie and David of Cheney, Mr. and Mrs. Dvane Smith and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Smith and ChUrCk, Pat, Mike, Gall and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Bedient, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Green and Brad, Joe Sarf and Gordon Ceever all of Spo- kane. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hays and Terry Dennis, Tad, Zan dra .and Lovi of Wermtchee, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter, Janie and Rickv ,of SeqNm, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Adams of Orufino, iss Barbnra Harris of Kel, togg and Mr. and Mrs. Mel- vin Bedient, Cheryl, Susie, Peg- gy, Judy, Kathy and Mike of Cheney. The youngest member was Erad Green, wlo was only eight days old. Bruno Names Reading Specialist To Help Elementary Schools in the above entitled lSwer the Complaint of the serve a copy of your the undersigned attorneys at his office below stated; )f your failure so to do, be rendered against you the demand of the Corn- has been filed with the court. the action is to p ...... GOOD BUYS the defendant, on the cruelty and non-support 3 bedroom, fireplace, elec- !6.08.020, Secs. s and 7. fric heat. 2 full baths, carport mdg.. Spokane. Wash. with storage area. Good Ices. 14-Sept. 18) tion. Sewer and Street Assess' ment paid. Full price $11,500, E. DEGLOW with $2,500 down. Balance Eastern Bldg., Spokane monthly payments with low in- SUMMONS terest. No. 175281 Court of the State of OLDER HOME and for the County of 3 bedrooms. Furnished com. *BERTS, Plaintiff, pletel'y, including range and Defendant. refrigerator, washer and dryer, bertsWashingtr#: to the said walking distance to college. to appear Priced at $8,950.00 $2,500.00 days afterof thisthe sum-date down, balance $65.00 per a, sixty (60) days after month. 1964, and de- WM. P. GESCHKE entitled action in the COUrt, and arswer, the Tri State Realty Inc. plaintiff, and serve a W. 933 3rd RI 7-3047 upon, the under- the plaintiff, at his Spokane, Wash. and in case of your so, judgmert will be ren you according to the de- which has been of ssid Court. The Medical Lake, immcuCate 2 action, is to secure a full final decree of divorce bedroom ihome, beautiful an of andthe thepropetydefendatac, yard, nice location, $8,250. the parties during the Frank Baker, 620 North Mirmie OVer to the plaintiff as St., Medical Lake, Wash.. Separate property. Deglow Attorney for the Phone SA 3-2421. a144 Ern Bldg. 1958 Mobile Home, 45 x 8, 2 County, Wn. 99201 1957 Trave),o house trailer 8x[One arid ,two bedroom apart- 45, middle kitchen, 2 bed- ments. 19 West 6th, or 506 room, completely furnished, 12n,d Street, Cheney. S-7tf PlYphrped'Tvg?e d dlone-bedroom apartment fur- . - - - v, nri,shed. Call 235-6318. a7tt 2 bedroom home for rent. 1102 2nd. 235-5686. al4p 3 houses. Mrs. Daisy Drake. 9 3rd Street, Cheney, Wa,sh. al4-p 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. j 18tf 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 CUSTOM HOMES Choice building lots in new section win improve- ments in. We will arrange for FHA or conventional Rn- anci, rg. Gall Ken Morhn MA 4 1288 WIDMER REALTY 03 Columbia Bldg. appointed Executrix estate in this Court and ad that all against said de- to serve claims, With necessary vouehers, i at E. 822 llth, or upon Clausen & Bldg., the attorneys office at 702 Fidelity Wn., and file such elaim service in the office of above Court at the Washington, within the first publieatior or they will be forever 14-Sept. 18) bedroom. BOb Kirk, Star Lite Trer Park, Medical Lake,. & GEMMILL Wash. al4p J Randall, Danskin Lundln & Allison , Spokane 1. Wash. i  J 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. TO CREDITORS An older 7 cubic f, oot Frigid- J NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE [O.c77369,urt of the State of ,aire refrigerator. $30. Runs[  v95 ar*d for the COunty of good. 1422 2ad St., Oheev I In the Superior Court of the State of Washington i and for the County of of the Estate of "al4p [ Spokane. deceased In the Matter of the Estate oi ADELINE PATTI BRESSLER, de- given that the under- 2 ood used rid a m,0rw- ceased. ers. See Hohnes Hardware. State of Washington, County of Spo- kare.--$8. a14-21 Notice is hereby given, that the Old -- National Bank of Washington. the EXo ecutor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court MODERN, 3 BEDROOM of Spokane County, State of Wash- ingtorr its Final Account as such Exec- utor and a petition for the distribu- RANCH HOUSE. BY AP- tion of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the POINTMENT. 235-6358 property to the heirs or persor entitled to the same, and discharge the said Exec- utor, and that Tuesday, the 15th day of a144 September, 1964, at the hour of 10 o'clock m. in the Court room of our said Super- rst publication of this ior Court in the City of Spokane, in said 1964. Spokane County, has been duly fixed for bauer Exec- above estate. 1964 Ford Calaxie 500, 4 door, the hearing and settlement of said Final Accourt and Petition for Distri- ill Attorneys loaded, Reasonable 114 3rd butio, at which time and place any Spokane, Wash. 14-28) St., C heney. 235-6590 al4p person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing ON & SMITH Forney electric welder, plus ing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 12th day of August, 1964. Bldg., Spokane, Wash some small hand tools. Con- Goo. E. Fallquist. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court TO CREDITORS tct Chuck-Long, Four Lakes. By Edward W. Huneke, Deputy. No. 77549 RI 7-7708. a14-21p (Aug 14-28) Court of the State of and for the County of Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke of the Estate of Older 2 bedroom home on cot- 911 Pauln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. deceased, ner l'ot. ] 1/2 baths Priced to! SHERIFF'S SALE given that the un<ler-,sell. Ed Doten Real Estate, 424l State of Washington. County of Spo- appointed Administratrix te in thin Court. and has 1st St., 235-4050. al4tf ka.--es. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued and that all per- out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County on the 6th day of August, againStto serveid de. 3 bedroom home on corner 164, by the Clerk thereof, in' the case at Route I, Elk lot, in neighborhood of new- The Prudential Insurance Company of America, a corporation, Plaintiff versus Upon Clarence p. er homes. Ed Doten Real Es- Charles W. Warren, Henry B. Warrer, at his office tote, 424 1st St., 235-4050. Lala Hyland, Willis J. Warren, Pauline Spokane, "Wash- E. Burgess, Edward B. Schutz, Marie claim with proof of Oliver, Joseph Schutz, Warren and the office of the Clerk Richard Schutz, as the Heirs under the at the City of Spo- estate of Stella Warren Ciizer, deceased, within ix months as their separate property, and Arthur Publication of thin notice. 2 bedroom home, 1 acre land at N. Johansson and Elsie E. Joharson, forever barred. Four Lakes, $7,500., $1,000 down. husband and wife, and Norman, P. Mc- publicatior of this notice Cracken and Marlene S. MeCracken, ] t, 1964. STAN SPEAR husband and wife, arl Johnnie Sirmer and Ruth Sinner, husband and istratrix of Interstate Realty, Inc. wife No. 173919, and to me, as Sheriff, I Seasons To Be :Set Olympia, August 10;  Th Le State Game Commson Will meet in Seattle August 24 and 25 ,at the Olympic Hotel or the purpose of seting the fall up- land bird ;iind waterfowl hmt- ing seasons and the 1965 fh- ing seasons. The meeting  begin at 9 a.m. Monday and all inter- ested persons are invited to attend. All persons who w to do so are ereoumged to voice their opiniorm as to desired seasons at th.e meeting. The State Game Cmmnission 411 consider ,all such recorn- mendtions before setting the seasons which cover this year's bird hunter and next year's trout, bass or steelead fish. ern,an. Jehovah's Witaesses Attend Convention In Montana Nine members of the Che-; hey congregation of Jehovaih's Witnesses left" August 12 for Great Falls, Mont., where .they will attend a fur-day conven- tion being held at the state fairgroundS August 13-16, ac- cording to Everett Story, bcal presiding minister. Mr. Story, wire will head the delegates said, "The theme of the convenUon program is 'Fruitage of the Spirit.' The group will receive ivstructi0n on how to frtify themselves and others ,a'gait the deter- iorating irgluences of Com- nlunsm, juvene dequency, materialism, and other threats to Christian ling peculiar to this era."- Assemblies such as this are part of the educati,onl pro- gram being carried on in 194 lands. Jeho,ah's Witnesses hst year devoted more than' 151 million hours to the ,house-to- house mimstry and home bible study work, accordg to the spokesman. Stay added that mare than 2500 delegates from estern Washington, orthern Icta,ho and Montana will attend the program which has been ar- ranged hy the Watchtower Bible and Tract Society of N,ew York: The local Witnesses will share with other conrvm$ioners in inviting the pu.blie t Sire. day's 3 p.m. diseoue, "Peace Among Men of Good Will or Arnmgedd,onWhi?" Mr. Story said tlmt all meet- ings ,at the local Ki'gdam Hall will be cancelled du'mg the convention dates. PAUL F, SCHEDLER 509-513 Radio Central Bldg., Spokane Attorneys TE 8-2963 RI 7-1408 Spokane, Wash. 14-28) 929 W, 2nd a14-21 , B. IUNKER Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. CEDZTO Redecorated 3' bedroom home COurt of the State of ,on corner lot. Looks and for the County of new. 2 fireplaces, basement. of the Ere of Eectric heat. F_ Doten Real deeeased. Estate, 424 1st St., 235-4050. given that the ade appointed Executrix al4tf this Court and has and that all against mb directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will NO,eiOE  =ffi,v ,m proceed to sell to the highest bidder -- =, .-%===..= ==aA*=* for cash within the hours prescribed In th - o. '#we by law for Sheriff's Sales to.wi . a*l . e upermr turt of the State oz ........... [ Wa. hinton m and for the ounty of Ten O'CLOCK a. m., o the ltn any ox [ Spokane September, 1964 at South Courthouse I Iv th Matter of the Estate of Door. Spokane. in Spokane County. [ FRANK GRAHAM deceased in the State of Washington, all the I St ....... ""  : - al;e el Washington ouny 0 po right title and interest of the above I "one " " rm defendants in and to the tel-I K ,% -Tss'. .......... - ., ...... ,o]ce Is hereby given tuat; versa . 'WZotUcrCBlc]'sroerLtgetrwWlot d 3ones, the Executrix of the above estate has rendered and Drented for rPakrdeddtoum s ,,,,roltat:herae: ettlement to. and lle |. the Su.I'[o'I" ' ,pg CoUrt of Spokane County, State of Wuh- 124; situate in the City and County ington her Fin.l Accouter as reich Extu-  of Spokane, Washington To satisfy a trix and a petition for the distribution judgment in favor of The Prudential of said estate, in which te Court ts asked Newer home, 2 bedroO1TL up, Insurance Company of America, a cor- to settle said Estate, dhtxibuta thepro- Bedroom & Rec. tom with poration and agast Canaries W. Warren, perty to the heir or persons entitled to et al; as the Heirs under the Estate the same, ami discharge the Bald Exec- Farm Crop. Cash Shows Gain For 1964 This year's cash receipls! for Washin,gton farm crops are running considerably ahead of last year, reports Joe Dwyer, State Director of Agriculture. Increased marketings of heM- over wheat rather than higher prices accounts for most of the gain, Dwyer said. Washington's cash receipts of crop marketings during the January,May 1964 'period total 120 million dollars compared to 93 million during the same months last year. Livestock and livestock products (includ- ing milk) marketed duing the same five m6nths this year rarg up 86 m'lk>n dollars in cash receipts, which amount was almost identical to the same period hat year. The Marketing Division o the State Depament of Ag- riculture reports that total val- ue of the state's farm produce exceeded 675 mil'lon dollars in 1963. On a na,tonal basis, figures just released ,by the United States Department of Agricul- ture show 'a record 1963 gross income to farmers of $41.7 bill.on compared to $40.9 in 1962. Total net return was smaller, however, because of higher operating costs. Beeatse of the continuing decrease in the number o farms in the United States, the net income per farm set a record high of $3504 last year. Congressman Horan Opens District Office In Spokane Corps is cutting costs and in A new staff -- creasing efficiency in the far- ex-eri' .memoer, with flung Peace Corps operation, inm?Cergmg from th: Shriver ske,d the committee to coordi "" e-room scnoo nam, th to approve $106.1 million to ...... " :g .e programs operate the Peace Corps dur-'n (r e arges .SChool district ing the year which began July I g n, has been hired ,by 1, compared to $104 1 million the State Offi,e of Pubh'c In- voted by the House.' 'SUeCt!n as supervisor of el- To support :his request Shri- J e .-----. ry education. ' [aTe LI rint er told the committee the I Br . pe .endent Louis c [ un,o, In mK , Peace Corp was saving money _, ...... m.g the ar- in many ways, and that every ,yunmenL sad that Mrs. ]cent .of the lpropriation cuaic sOacK, wire has ,been . c u um director smee 1 would be spent wisely .... "I 959 tor me David Douglas sch.ool When, the Peace Corps be- tan, Shriver recalled, the cost of maintaimng a Volunteer overseas topped the $9,000 per year mark. This figure since has been cut to $7,825, a sav- ing of 13 per cent. Although the number of Vol- unteers overseas ,has grrxn the Washington leadqu, arters; staff has been redueed from 533 permanent employees on June 30, 1963, to only 517 on June 30, 1964, he poirted out. SWcD FAVORS SENATE BILL 2821 The SouthweSt Spokane Sol: and Water Conservation Dis- trict has taken a stand in hvor of Senate Bill No. 2821 recent- ly introduced n, atioally by Senator Mke Mansfield, IDiom- tara. The Seate bill is enti- tled, "Keeping crop allotmn,ts valid when lard is in conserva- tion uses." As explained by Jerotd Betz, SWCD chairman, the present law now provides that at ]east 75 per cent of the land allot- ted to a crop must be seeded to that crop .at least one year in three in order to avoid los- ing part or all of the allotment. The purpose of the new bill is district adjacent to Portland, wl be of particular value as a supervisor and cansul,ta,rt for the teaching of ftmdament- a !n reading, writing, English, spetmg and arithmetic.. "We. krmw that droImuts .occur m the bih school years but that they begin in ,the ele- mertary grades," Bruno s" "W " aid. e hope that, by supplyirg selools with such specialized neap trom th'm office, we can do mare to prevent d,ropoas by working With boys and Lrl in the areas vehere they are weakest, Reading is very often the basic key to th difficult problen." She will work with Robert Groescheil, former Everett sclmelman, who is director of elementary education for the saCe school office. Congressman Walt Horan to-e ....... ' ' ' " ....... rt hah S e ma[ crop armaments are a;nnUCaeaDsaY ('"nreio- kept valid on  given piece of ....... s. ''" land ,as long as the land is al ozice m bpoKane o Velseede d to vass ,or k headed by his administrative other soil co r " opt m ,se Vng ues. ssStasn;cTe  Hnee" T2els The SWCD board indicated ..... ' . .  [the loss of cropping history ):mg m (ownown po- and allotments, due to the pres- , " ....... lent taw, has had a detrimental wouanes d e uil)Cve. ]fe:t on the _program of the ......... ' , " , cat soil and water conser- ember  ana m,a ms wasmng- ration districts. ' ton D.C. office will als.o remain open during that time. He said those ,having busi- ness with lm could contact ,the new Spokane office or his office in Wason. Heron stated that he and his wfe irtend to return to Wash- ington state as ,soon as Con- gress eourns. He .said it nw looks hke the Cngr, ess will adjourn about August 22. Upon his arrival in the Fifth Congressional District, Horan intends to visit each of the eight counties malting up the district. Hc said, "I look for- ward to returning home .and to lunng a vigorous cam- pagn in support of my re,Sec- tion to my twelfth term as Fifth District Oangressm, an. I simpl, cannot leave Washing- ton .until the Congress ad. jours because there are stffl several intmrtant 'bills .yet o be coasidere'd and I must stay urt .action .has been complet- ed on them." tovan said he was deeply grateful for the support .he is receAv,g in c0.,mectio with his re-election campaign. He said," Daly, I receive much The district bard in letters to senator znted ' ' ., PC'  out the need for good crop rotations ictuding soil improving grass- es and legumes. Because of financial and economic cordi- ,ripens and abe such physical factors as soil, moisture and  " . ,, . , , and obtain the desired results of improving grass .and legume crps in the specified two-year period. The board expressed the need for conserval.on and pro- .faction of our nor,'s basic resourcesoil. It should al- ways be remembered the de- struction of this basic resource ,has a strong effect on both oar nationr's eeortomy and ,heath. Members of the SWCD board are Jerold Betz, Jim Painter, aTKI Ed ltarughan of Cheney; Art Halvorson, Espanola; and Gerald McCoury, Spokane. Former Cheney Man Elected To National Recreation Board William Pond, director of the Depatmen,t of Parks and Recreation for Sacramento County, Calif., hs been elect- ed a member of the board of truistees of the Naon,al Rec- rea.tion Association, according to an announcemen by Janes H. Evans, chairman of the board. Pond was elected in is cap- acity as chairman of the Asso- ciation's Pacific Southwest Dis- trict Advisory Committee. Pond received a B.S. degree in 1940 and a secondary teach- ers certificate in 1941 from Whitworth College, Spokane, Was. He did post-graduate ork at Easterr. "vashingbon College of Education, Cheney, Wash. He did posduate lege, Portland, Ore. He became interested in recreation as a i professi, on when he was given the opportunity to coordate ,the city, public school and col- lege recreation program in Cheney, Wash. He and his wife, Elise, .and tmir three children at ].357 Vallej.o Way, Sacramento. Directory FLOOR SANDING ng and finish. "rag, 30 years epei.ece. Andy Anderson, E. 1409 Central, Spokane, HUdson 7-0171. Clip out for future refer- enee. A.7-O.30 You can relax when you're covered by to eerve at 905 Paulsen fireptace dwn. Cathed,al ceil- their separate property, et al. Amountir or upon of Stella Warren Clizer, deceased, as attorney of record at hil ings, wood paneling, drapes & to Two Thotsand Two Hundred Ten Paulsen Spokane, carpeting. Ca;ll 235-4425. and 45/100 ($2,210.46) Dollars Less proof of the Clerk of a14tf reserve account of $56.69 with interest at 4/2 per cent per annm from De- the City of Spokane, cember 1, 1963 and $275.00 attorney's six months after WANTED TO RENT fees and $143.20 coots and increased of this notice, or costs. Includinw $26.00 title expense. barred. Interest at 6% from Aug. 6. 1964 on first of this Wa'red to rent by EWSC pr atty's fees and costs to sale. 1964. fessor: 3 bedroom newer Given under my hand, this 7th day of the home. Write Robert Peterson, of Auk,t, 1964. William J. Reil]y, Sheriff Wash. C/O Andrew Beck, Rt. 2, Mis. By Theresa J. Love, Deputy. 31-Aug. 14) souta Mont. jy31tf Harold D. Clarke, Plainti:'s Attorney trix, and that Wednesday, the 9th day of September, 1064. at the hour of mal fro]'n f)lks offering to 9:30 o'clock A. M., at the COurt work on my behalf. I ,am grate- room of our said Su]eHor Court, in the City of Spokane, in' maid Spokane C(mty, fnl that my service for them has bee duly fixed for the hearing and in the Congress merits such settlement of said final account and pc- ........ tition for Distributio at which time[SnpporL 1 lOOK orvaru ix) I and place any person interested in said [ ioininc h-m ,,,-,,,u ..... ,^ i estate may appear and file his exesp-J .  -** lz3 ' wzll I tions in wrlting thereto and contest the I1 return llome." I ,eied this 10th da of A t 19 I  I INSURANCE , Y ugus, 64. . . G co.E. Fal,uist .County ?erk a.,' I Tetanus (tock3aw) m fre-J . .. , .... . Byers'Ieru.rrseUeputy iquently fatal but is easily pre-I Vidmdl  Wile0l IRlllmaiiA n J S 0