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Page 10 Cheney Free Press Thursday, August 19, 1982 On display.. Watercolors by Spokane artist Caroline LaMotte will be on display at the Cheney Public Employees Credit Union, 217 Third St., for the next two months. Sponsored by Art of the Northwest of Cheney, the artist is noted for her landscapes, many of which involve an animal or a figure. The artist combines realistic detail and abstract impressionism to on. vey her feelings for her subjects. For more details, contact Kay Denton at 235-8333 or Jay Moynahan at 235-4394. Farm News Lamb, wool vote slated Lamb and wool producers will have an opportunity during an Aug. 16-27 referendum to vote on whether they want the American Sheep Producers Council, Inc., to continue its market promotion and improvement program on their behalf by entering a new agreement with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. According to Everett Rank, admini- strator of USDA's Agricultural Stabili- zation and Conservation Service, the agreement to be voted on is similar to one approved in 1978, except it would authorize larger deductions from pro- ducer incentive payments. By approv- ing it, producers would authorize de- ductions of up to a four cents per pound on shorn wool and 20 cents per hundred- weight on unshorn lambs marked in 1982. Deduction rates from 1978 through 1981 were 2 cents and 121/2 cents, respectively, he said. Rank also said the new agreement would provide for USDA to withhold part of any wool incentive payments that might be made to producers on 1983-85 marketings to finance the court- cil's promotion activities. He said deductions would be used by the council to finance advertising and sales promotion programs for wool and lamb, as welt as programs to develop and disseminate information on pro- duct quality, production management and marketing improvement for wool and sheep. County ASC offices will distribute copies of the agreement and ballots to sheep producers in early August. Pro- ducers may cast their ballots by mailing or delivering them in person to county ASCS offices by the close of the referendum, Rank said. Anyone may vote who has owned sheep six months old or older for at least 30 consecutive days during 1981. Votes may be cast by individuals or by cooperatives. Members of cooperatives which cast votes would not be eligible to vote separately in the referendum. The agreement requires approval by two- thirds of the total volume of producers, or two-thirds of the total volume of production represented in the referen- dum. Lothenhiser to help plan state artist conference As a member of the board of directors of the Washington State Arts Alliance, George Lotzenhiser of Cheney is assisting in plans for Forum 82' to be held Aug. 26-28 at St. Thomas Seminary at Kenmore. Forum 82' is the annual conference bringing together the state's profes- sional arts administrators, arts council and arts commission board members, artists, performers, and presenters to share ideas and discuss resources for the arts in Washington. "The Arts--Network for Action" is the theme of Forum 82', jointly sponsored by the Washington State Arts Alliance, the State of Washington Arts Present- ors (SWAP), the King County Arts Commission and Exhibit Touring Services. The Washington State Arts Commission is assisting in funding the annual conference. The 200 persons attending the con- ference will meet in workshops to discuss funding for the arts and other problems facing the state now. They also will see performances by artists selected by the King County Arts Commission for its 1982-83 touring services. Joseph Golden, director of the Cultural Resources Council, Syracuse, NY., will be the major speaker at the Forum 82. Other special guests will be Jonathan BeckeT, Mid-America Arts Alliance, Kansas City, and Michael Holden and Peggy Long, Western State Arts Foundation, Santa Fe. The Free Press speciafizes in publishing public notices, giving special and detailed service so that full requirements of publication laws are complied with. Cheney Free Press- 235.6184/747. 7395 Spokane Office Betty Patton N. 4108 Hawthorne, Spokane Phone 327.9759 I CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids will be received until 3:30 p.m. Friday, September 3, 1982 at the City Haft of Airway Heights at N. 206 Lundstrom, Airway Heights, Washington, The bids will then be publicly opened and read aloud. The proposed work contemplates construc- tion of approximately 7100 L.F. of 12" diameter watermain along P.S.H. No. 2 and Garfield road. Plans and specifications for the work may be secured from City Clerk, N. 206 Lund- strata, Airway Heights, or from Clarence E. Simpson, Encjineers, Inc., N. 909 Argonne Road, Spokane, Washington, for o plan deposit of $15.00 per set. Deposit wifl be tufty refundable to bidders upon return of documents within 10 days after date of bid opening. Attest: Cathy Williams, City Clerk August 19-26, 1982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 824(X27- ] (RCW 11.40.010) SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF SPOKANF, STATE OF WASHINGTON. In the Matter of the Estate of STANLEY ROBERT PATTEE, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Personal Representative of the Estate of the above-named deceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned PR or on the attorney(s) of record at the address stated below and must file an executed copy of the claim with the clerk of the court within four (4) months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four (4) months after the date. of the filing of a copy of this Notice with the c!erk of the court, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. [] O I DATE of filing copy of notice to creditors: August 17, 1982. DATE of first publication: August 19, 1982. DOROTHY RUTH PAT'FEE Personal Representative PAINE, HAMBLEN, COFFIN & BROOKE 1200 Washington Trust Financial Center Spokane, WA 99204 (5O9) 455-6OOO August 19-September 2, ]982 CALL FOR BIDS YARD sale: 20th, 21st, 22nd. 9-6 pm, 7 miles on Cheney- Spangle Highway. Horse- harness $50, antique bed $75, older bike $35, wicker couch & chair $75. Lots of odds & ends. 235-6946. 14b-0 Sealed bids will be received by the APARTMENT sale: Parkview undersigned until 1:30p.m. on the 6th date Apts., 313 Erie, #321, Friday of September, 1982, at the School Admini- slralion Office, 520 4th Street, Cheney, and Sunday only. 9 am-5 pm. Washington 9)004, for the following items: 14p-0 Snack Food Items. Further information, including specifics- 3 FAMILY yard sale. Drapes, lions and bid forms, if required, may be secured from Cheney School District No. 360, furniture, clothing (lots of it), Administration Office, 520 4th Street, Che- appliances, canisters, bedding, ney, Washington ;)004. artists canvas 5 ftx51/2 ft, ready Cheney School District No. 360 to go. Misc. items. Thurs. thru By Melvin R, Hamilton Sunday. Corner Spotted & Supervisor of Business Services Andrews by the chicken farm. August 19-26, 1982 14p-0 ABANDONED VEHICLE SALE 1968 Oldsmobile ID #354398X 166206 License # DGC918 1971 Dodge Colt ID # bH45K 1910114b License # CRA 864 1968 Pontiac ID # 252118X150896 License # WAX 606 Date of Sa e: August 23 i'9B2 Inspechon at 8:00 a.m. Sale at 11:00 a.m. Dave's Auto Rt. 3, Box 45 Cheney, WA 235-6123 August 19, 1982 TWO dinette sets & misc. furni- ture. Aug. 5-12, 9-5:30, 505 - 2nd St., Cheney. 14p-0 3 FAMILY yard sale, take Mel- ville Road at 4 Lakes and fol- low signs. Everything must go! Aug. 19 thru 23rd. 14p-0 ESTATE yard sale. 80 years collection. New, antiques, curios. August 20, Friday noon, 21st & 22nd, 9 till 7. Corner 2nd & Jefferson, Medical Lake. 14p-0 BACKYARD sale! Sat. only. 10 am to 3 pm. 523 N. 6th. Please, no early birds. 14p-0 MISCELLANEOUS sale: Metal desk, freezer, gold dredger, work table. 299-5458 after 6 pm. 14p-0 FiVE-family garage sale. Beds, furniture, appliances, baby items, lots of clothes, all sizes. Espanola Rd. Aug. 21 & 22, 9:30-6 pro, 299-3204. 14p-0 SUNSET GARAGE 639-2261 - 639.2290 AIm|ra 14-19 '68 CHEV 1/2-ton pickup. Auto- matic, canopy. Call evenings 235-8341 or 235-8215. 14p-1 USED wood stove, $150; boy's 5-speed Schwinn 24" bike, $35. 235-4843. 14p-1 LADIES' Schwinn 10-speed bike. Excellent condition with new cable lock. $70. 235-4022 after 5 pm. 14b-1 YARD sale: Friday and Satur- day, 20th & 21st, 8-4, 1607 Sec- ond Street, Cheney. 14b-1 USED Sears washer & dryer, good condition, $75 each. Large wood dining room table, six chairs, $250. 299-4943. 14b-1 75 VEGA. Over $10(X) invested. Rebuilt steel sleeve engine, brakes, clutch, carburetor. $1200. 235-2849. 14b-1 SAVE exactly $5,000.00 On a big 28' wide, two bed- room. This was purchased for the Mt. Tolman project on the Indian Reservation and that failed! Was $34,500 beautiful big trailer at only $29,500. Two com- plete bathrooms, two large bedrooms, large living area. Complete with plush rug, installed fireplace. Call col- lect at M&M Trailer Sales, Inc., Grand Coulee, 633- 0303. TIRES: 8.75x16.5 mud & snow, FOR sale: mounted on 8-hole Chevy door rims. $75. Call 235-8646. 14b-1 slant 6, Glen 1970 GMC %-ton pickup, 350 V8 engine, automatic trans- mission, power steering, pow- er brakes, air conditioning, transmission cooler, 3 gas tanks, dual exhaust, trailer & camper wiring with trailer brakes. Asking $1475, will take $400 in trade on chain saw, garden tiller, guns, etc. 235- 8646. 14b-1 ONE pair Klipschorn speakers, $1000. One small water soften- er, $75. Call 235-6975. 14b-1 WELDER, portable gas, Miller 225 RouQhneck, $500. 13"x6.50 trailertire and wheel, $30. 299- 5317. 14p-1 1973 PLYMOUTH Sport Subur- ban SW, 9 passenger, AT, AC, AM/Stereo cassette. Tires, body, interior very good. Four excellent studded snows, 2 mounted. $1,200. 235-6678. 14p-1 POA mare & saddle, broke & gentle. 3 yrs, 13 hands. PH: 299-4804. 14p- 1 FOR sale: 15 inch radial tires, 2 regular, 2 T/A radials on mags for Chev. $150. Call 299- 4854. 14p-1 SEARS microwave oven, model 99101 (0.5 cu. ft. interior) $160. 4 mo. old. Betty or Bruce, 235- 2440 or 235-2705. 14p-1 SUZUKI:1978 DR370, 4 stroke, woods & play bike. Street le- gal, top shape. $795. 299-5487. 14p-1 STEREO equipment: Fisher KX100 48 watt amplifier, $50. Dynaco tuner, $25! Garrard AT6 MKII turntable, $25! 299- 5487. 14p-1 i WATERBEDS by FS Design (formerly of Spokane) Camp/ere King room Size Sets from $155.00 We have everything to serve your waterbed needs at manufacturer direct i prices m 299-5491 --" 90 days same as cash OAC i i KENMORE minor the pair superstag lug with make offer. 3 YEAR old horse, star and great $400-$525 4222. FORD cohdition heavy altic, 2-door. FOR sale: with two Spokane Marshall Wash. 6922. NEWER, 2-bedroom Home, tirol saGes, low able loan area. '67 T-BIRD. Spare engine 648-3275. 1968 tess engine. $ '68 Rancher0 daws, $100 rebuilt 1970 complete, $ ing out '68 1 parts, OPEN CheneY I Business Director/ I DUNN-RITE Plumbing Co. Serving Cheney's Builders Licensed Plumbers FREE ESTIMATES New  Remodel Residential - Commercial 235-5412 WILCOX & SON Carpet Installation, repair and carpet binding Furniture Recovered 21 years experience 299-7478 AL'S Drive-In HAMBURGERS CHICKEN PIZZA INS/DE DINING MEDICAL LAKE 299-4714 CUSTOM REMODELING Large or Small Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Sheetrock, Garages, Basements Call Dale 235-5262 Ir |1 --QUALITY WORK-- II II - REASONABLE RA TES-- II II --FREE ESTIMATES-- II II --LOCAL REERENCES-II II Give me a call and check II II for yourself! You've got II II nothing to lose! II II Barry at 235-4411 II Il rafter six, please!)  II II /._.,'" ) ", PENCE UNION BUILDING, E.W.U. Cheney, Wa;hington 992C4 509-235 8417 509747 7497 Complete Shoe, Boot & Saddle Repair Eddy's Boot Er Tack 410 First, Cheney, 235-5248 Call For Space 235-6185 or 747-7395 EXPERIENCED WELL DRILLING IS Years Rotary -- All kinds since 1888 NEW EQUIPMENT EXPERT OPERATORS Authorized to operate all well construction equipment by Washington State Ecology Dept. ZINKGRAF'S WELL DRILLING 118 Union Cheney, WA 235-6274 Cheney Grange Supply Co. Anyone, Any Place Need Not Be a Member to Buy COLLEGE HILL APARTMENTS 050 FIRST STREET i i Lake City UCENSED BONDED STOP THE RATE INCREASE NOW! estimates, pick-up D&E ERECTION v ,oo, o on.your and delivery hot water bills with Serving the Community & I 5 m,nures from Cheney GENERAL CONTRACTORS '0 Loc.,ed .t Me.,c, ,e .nd Tankless Water for Ten Years  ] 1-90 Interchange Exit No 272 SERVING CHENEY AND INLAND EMPIRE OI,R 7 YEAflS ZlZ E. Le ,'t "_..'I Heaters .=. ,I 244-5561 ConereleFourldzionJ. A.,t,on., Remote, lye. CetMtru'tion L,,,, eh. ,.,.CES. METAL BUILDINGS J&A Distributors 235.6648 299-3285 'S' -- I Hours 8 am through 5:30 pm Call David or Emmett forfree estimates For Further Into ' Monday Through Saturday ,35.8z46 for Appointment (E0g) 236-6169 I L.mbm. Plywood i ,i Roor. sk,.g 1, 2 BEDROOM JIM HIGGINS 1, 2, 3 Pa.e00 - Fem.g CHENEY C 0 n S t r u c t | o n APARTMENTS r. LAUNDRY Custom Homes APARTM 235-8300 CENTER Additions OPEN 24 HOURS Remodel 235-6526 and BULK DRY CLEANING LICENSED.BONDED Interior Trim Items 11100 St,., ,.su.00o Garden Manor 235-8169 720 W. First St i ii Upholstery ClNlX Hardware Bulk Fuel Feed Self Servme Gas , I WALLY'S I EXCA VATING I BACKHOE ] DOZER WORK NEW DRIVEWA YS I I SEPTIC TANKS I DRAINFIELDS I WATER DITCHES 1 LANDSCAPING l 235-8547 HEART HANDMADE GIFTS PROFESSIONAL I uJ0000n(51on o.,w. .rl TEST HOLES gifts - plants - chocolates and partymints  DRY CARPET I kkL-lo1.-Tl}sjj S-LI[ CompetitivePrices-WintarRatesmFJ|ect craft classes- party ideas- handcrafted  CLEAN I NG [  (509) 448-8713 1-509-534-4602 SPOKANE, WASHINGTON t-50-?47-Br7 items taken on consignment t -No drying time i  Call Collect for Information L. 108 College Ave.  Recommended by I   I . 235-2440 . Good Housekeeping and I I Cheney Farm & Heavy Equipment Repair Major Carpet Companies. Bring this ad for 1 free Crochet or knitting  Commercial or Residential / K Alll'l strB:tioa I I 1 TRANSMISSION--REAR END--FINAL DRIVE--BRAKES lesson! Forget to be bored this summer. ; In Home or Rental [ I " RemodelingConsfrution--WoodFrarned I [ WELDING -- ROAD SERVICE or SHOP Join a craft class.  GEARY'S FURNITURE  I st .O=.Q. wom.., l I  ..d Sm.= I L Phone Days 235-2480 Nights 235-4959 1 317 1st-Cheney 235-4027 / --- II I(S01231%l GENERAL CONTRACTOR - REG. N?. G'ZeNK