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The Public Is Cordially Invited To Participate In The :e of Our Fifth Anniversary at Medical Lake on Friday, September 10, 1965. National Bank of Commerce Medical Lake Office a.m. to6:00p, m. SA3-4211 Refreshments will be served a27-s NO. 319 relating to and regu- installatior, and of gas distribution and systems in the Town of Washington, providing and inspections therefor ; lnaltie for the violation all other ordinar.ces ordinances in conflict there- of the Town of Medical Ordain as Follows : Definitions. Terms used Jr. shall have the meanings to them. Distribntion System. Means of mains, pipes, service meters, fixtures, con- attachmer.ts used in the dis- gas. Gas. Means natoral, man- mixed gas suitable for do- fuel. Public Properties. Means alley, roadway, sidewalk• bridge, park drive or open as a matter of right Permittee. Means any per- a franchise to distribute Town of Medical Lake. Perbon. Means every Dersor., or association Service Line. Means pipe, meter which conveys gas er other distribution or lin to and on a con- System. Means Pinpelines installed to trans- a source or sources of or more distributior con- installed to interconnect Construction, Operation, and Safety Standards. Regulations Pertaining Safety in the Cn- Operation of Facilities for and Distrihution of Public Service Commission of Washington. Appendix in Consolidated Cause and U-8800, adopted Jue the provisions of "Gas and Distributing Piping 8 of the American for Pressure Piping.&apos;" (ASA B31.8-1963), on of the Town Clerk, adopted Dy reference gas installations in Lake. Provided event any of the provisions regulations or said conflict with any of of this ordinance, the the state rules and rg- and be observed. and additions to said lgUlations and said ASA l'inted and filed with the shall thereupon become additions thereto if not that may be opened at any time shall not be greater than the length of pipe and the necessary accessories which are available to the site ready to put in place. The completed trerch shall be kept not less than thirty (30) feet ahead of the pipe layers. Trenches shall be at least six (6) inches wider on each side or a total width of twelve (12) inches more than the exterior di- ameter of the pipe, except where pipes are four (4) inches or less Jr. diameter. Wherever excavation is made in rock, a minimum of six (6) ir, ches of non- corrosive soil, sands or fines of existin spoils shall be used as a padding beneath the pipe and an additional six (6) ir.ches above the pil_e. Excavation for manholes and other structures shall L sufficient to leave at least twelve (12) inches between their outer surfaces and the sides of the ex- cavation. Section 18. Water in Trenches. The Permittee shall pump, bail or otherwise remove ar.y water which accumulates in trenches. De-watering trenches may be accomplished in any manner approved hy the Town. Water shall rot be per- mitred in trenches at any time during construction nor until backfillir over the tc/p of the pipe has been com- pleted unless otherwise specifically per- mitted by the Town. The ground Water level in trenches shall not be permitted to rise above an elevation of six (6) inches below the pipe. The permittee shall perform all work necessary to keep the trenches clear of water while the foundations and masorry are being structed or the pipe laid. Section 19. Breaking Through Pave- ment. Whenever it is necessary to break through existing pavemert for the Imrpose of constructing gas vice facilities, and where trenches to Le four (4) feet or over in depth, the pavement and the base shall be removed to at least six (6) inches be- yond the outer limits of the sub.grade that is to be disturbed in order to pre- vent settlement, and a six (6) inch shoul- der of undisturbed material shall be provided on each side of the excavated trench. The face of the remaining pave- ment shall be approximately vertical. Section 20. Tunnels. Tunnels under )avemert shall not be permitted except by permission of the Town and, if per- mitted• shall be adequately supported by timbering and backfilling under the direction of the Gas Inspector. Section 21. Backfilling. Backfilling In, all public streets and improved areas, both public and private, shall be com- pleted to a degree equivalent to that of the und/sturbed ground in which the trench was dug. Compacting shall be done by mechanical tampers or vibra- tors, or by roilir.g in layers as required by the soft in question. Section 22. Dry Backfilling. Backfilling up the first eighteen (18) inches above the top of utility pipes or similar tnstal- /atiorm shall he done with thin layers. the provisions of this each layer to be tamped L7 manual or I mechanical means. Layers that are hand Inspection of Gas Dlstri- tamped shall not exceed four (4) inches us. All construetio of I in thickiness, layers that are power- Ition or transrission sys- I tamped shall not exceed six (6) inches inspected by the Gas in-[ in thickness. These same requirements e Permittee. [ shall apply to the remainder of the r ins of Piping on Con- | backfilling if tamping is the method used Ore any newly cnstructed [ for backfilling. Ly damage resulting from its failure so to provide. [ Section 30. Routing and Maintenance ,of Traffic During Construction. During i construction, traffic shall be mairtained at all times so as to cause as little in- convenience as possible to the occu- pants of abutting propert and to the general public, provided that the Town may permit the cloing of public pro- potties to all traffic for a designated period of time, if necessary. Before any puLllc property may be closed or re- stricted to traffic, the Permittee must obtair the approval of the Town and nify the Chief of the Fire "Depar- mer and the Chief of the Police De- partment. The Permittee shall route and control all traffic, including its own vehicles, as directed by the Chief of the Police Department. Upon completion of construction work, the Chief of the Police Department and the Chief of the Fire Department shall again be notified before traffic is returned to its normal route. Where fiagmen are deemed necessary by the Chief of the Police Departmnt. they shall be fur- LEGAL PUBLICATIONS The Free Press specializes in pub- lishing legal notices, giving special and detailed service ea that full re- quirements of publication laws are complied with. Ceney Free Press, 236513 SPOKANE OFFICE Doris B. Frost Copy Shop, 1001 Paul- sen Building, Spokane 1. Wash.. Telephone EI 7-8111. Hambisn. Gilbert & Brooke 912 Pauisen Bldg.. pokane. Wash. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 179037 nished hy the Permittee at its expense. In the Superior Court of the State of Through traffic shall be maintained Washington, in and for the County of without detours if possible. When it is Spokane. necessary to construct a detour, the ETHEL L. TARE, Plaintiff vs. Permittec shall construct same at its ARNOLD N. TARR, Defendar.t expense, The Permittee will be resDon- State of Washington to the Defend- siblc for any unnecessary damage caused i to any public properties Ly the oper- ation of its equipment. The Permittee shall erect and main- tain suitable timber barriers to con- fine earth from trenches or other ex- cavations in order to minimize en- croechment upon highways. It shall con- struct and maintain adequate and safe crossings over excavations arl across highways during construction to as- corn modte vehicular and pedestrian traffic at all street intersections, under the supervisio of the Town. Decking shall be not less than four (4) inches thick and shall be securely fasterd to- gether with heavy wire and staples. Pedestrian crossings shall consist of plankin three (3) inches thick, twelve (12) inches wide and of length re- quired, together with necessary block- ing. The walk shall be not less than four (4) feet wide and shall be pro- vided with a railing if required by the Town. Section 31. Insurance. The Permittee shall have and maintain in force ade- quate public liability and property dam- age insurance, which irurance may corJtaln a self insured deductible amount as shall be approved Ly the Town Coun- cil. Section 32. Penalty. An,y person, firm or corporation violating any of the [ provisions of this ordir, ance shall be i i deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and, ! l uper. conviction thereof, shall be pun- ished by a fine in any sum riot ex- ceeding Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00), or by imprisonment in the Town jail for a period rt exceedirg ninety (90 days, or both such fine and impris- onment. Section 33. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five (5) days after it is published. Passed by the Town Courcil and ap- proved hy the Mayor this 4th day of August, 1965. A. E. Denton, Mayor Attest: E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town Clerk Approved as to Form: M. A. Johnson, Town Attorney (Aug 27• 1965) ORDINANCE NO. 321 An Ordinance regulating dancing, live music and community singing in the Town of Medical Lake in estab- lishments licensed under the laws of the State of Washington to sell or offer for sale ir.texicting or other spiritous, liquors, fixing the license fee therefor, regulating the hours thereof, providing penalties for the violation thereof, and fixing the effective date of this Ordin- Be it Ordained by the Council of the Town of Medical Lake: SECTION 1 From and after the taking effect of this Ordinance, it shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to permit dancing, live music or com- munity sir.gins in an establishment op- erated hy him or it in which intoxi- cating or other spiritous liquors are sold or offered for sale without first securing a license therefor from the Towrb Clerk, the issuance of said lic- ense to be subject to the approval of the Town Council, and upon payment of the followlng annual licen' es: dancing, live music, and community singing: $100.00 per year; live music and community singing only (no dm3c- itg) $75.00 per year. The annual lie- erie year shall be from January 1 to December 31 of each year, provided, however, the fee for the initial lic- ense issued to any person, firm or cor- poration shall be prorated over the proportion of the license year remain- ing at the time of issurce of the lic- ense. SECTION II Each and every person, firm or cor. poration conducting or operating a bus- iness where intoxicating or other spir-: itous liquors are sold and in which dancing, live music, or community sing- ins are permitted hereunder shall be responsible and accountable for the con- duct of the patrons thereof and it shall : be unlawful to permit any noisy or boisterous conduct or unseemly and in- 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 day f 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 ir. case of your failure so to do, judgment will be rendered against you aceordirg to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court, i This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to secure an aLolute Decree of! Divorce from the deferdant on the grounds of cruel and inhuman treat- ment by the defendant toward the plain- tiff. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke By Harold D. Clarke Atterreys for Plain- tiff Postoffice Address: 912 Pau]sen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (Aug. 13-Sept. 17) NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 74299 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE Y. NUMATA, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. Notice is hereby given that Hannah Numata, the Administrator of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Super- ior Court of Spokane County, State of Washington her Final Account as such Administrator and a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same. nnd 'discharge the said Administrator, and that Friday/the 24th day of September, 1965, at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at thc Courtroom our our said Superior Court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane Courty, has Len 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. Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By Johh T. Hurley, Deputy (Aug. 13-27) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulecn Bldg., Spokane, Wash: SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION N. 178277 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Lowell M. Baker, R. J. Burns, Wallace D. Baker, and Dean H. Burns, co-part- ners doing business under the firm name and style of Anthony, Baker &i Burns, Plaintiffs. vs Michael Damns- cos and Mrs. Michael Damascus, hus- band and wife ; Peter Damascus and Mrs. Peter Damascus, husband and wife; John D. Damascus nmi Kr18. John D. Damascus. husband and wife ; and Peter Lambrese and Mrs. Peter Lambroas, husband and wife, Defendants. State of Washingto to Peter Lam- broas and Mrs. Peter Lambrese. hus- band nnd wife, Defendants l and Mrs. John D. (Anasteia) Damascus, De- fondant : You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- mons, to-wit within sixty (60) days after the 13th day of Aug., 1965, and defend the above entitled action in the above entitled Court, and answer the Complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer upor. the undersigned attorney at his office below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, judgment6 will be rendered against you according to the demand of the Oomplalnt, which has Ueen filed with the Clerk of said C<mrt. trarmmission system is[ Section 23. Protection of property, decent dancing or conduct in any such . it shall be tested by The Permittee shall, at its own expe,ne, establishment. in conformity with the { shore up and protect all buildings, wahs, SECTION III by this ordinance. [ fences or other property likely to he No dancing, live music or commun- ,nnectios t Steel Mains. €damaged during the progress of the ity singing shall Ue permitted on the shall not be connected to lconstructior, or maintenance work and premises licensed under this Ordinance oy means of a clamp or shall be responsible for all damage to at any time wher. the sale of such in Service except public or private property. Wherever it toxicatinw or other spiritous liquors is of the Town. may be necessary for the Permittee to prohibited from being sold by the laws of Service Shut- shall he installed including replace- CUrb or property line for at an easily accessible outside of the building latter method is used, not enter a building coming above ground. of Pipes. All laid in alleys or ease- possible, or at lees- en the south and west and alleys. Mains shall clearance not less than from water main and from any other sub- Provided. that under the Town less eism'anee. ,Mains I isting improvements during the profv tl clearance of twelve[ of construction or malntma work crossing another pipe.  shall be repaired by the PermRtee. Ms- with a cover not less terials for such repair shall conform to inches, except under te requirements of applicable ordin- trench through any lawn area, the sod shall he carefully cut and rolled and replaced after ditches have beer. bask- filled,, and the area restored as nearly as possible to its original condition. Permittee shall not remove, temporarily, any trees or shrubs which exist in parking strip areas or ease- ments across private property without first having notified the property or0 or in the case of puL.lie parks, the Town Park Department. Section 24. Preservation of Monnments. The Permittee shall not disturb any jur- face monument8 or hubs found on the line of the lmprovemer*t unless author- ized by the Town. Stlon 28, Damage to existing Im- prevemtts. All damage done to ex- of the State of Washingtor or any reg- ulation of the Washingto State Liquor Control Bord. SECTION IV Upon notice and satisfactory proof that any person, firm or ceporatlon lic- ensed under this Ordinance is violating, or permitting to be violated, this Or- dinance or ary town ordinance of the Town of Medical Lake or any of the laws of the State of Washingtot re- lating to the sale of intoxicating or other spiritous liqours in and about such estab. lishmet, the Town Council may, after hearing held upon not less than' ton i(10) days' notice to the licensee, can- cel and revoke the license of stid licensee. i Every licensee accepting a license here- under shall be deemed to have eon- asntad to the provisions of this section with respect to the eemeellation of lie- ensee. No license granted hernder shall be transferable except by a formal order of the Town Concil. less eoverege may the trench is in rock, , twenty,four (g4) laeh- prqerly enshieni As 17 of this ordin- trench is in a parking may he eihtn (18) vent interference wlth structures make it imo the above depths, permit gas D lilies constructed so s to structures. Mini- service lines shall be at the service tot- normally slope to re- at the maiw No person gas service line on  con- in the same ditch as line without written Town. and Removal of shall inform and location of utilities and protect damage. shall be responsible done to any public by reason of the pipe, sewer, gas or other utility. shall support and pro- or otherwise, all pipes, Wires or other appara- be in any way affected or maintenance work, necessary to support, the same Under, across said work. In said pipes, conduits. should be dam- be reltired by the control of the same of such repairs shall be Permittec. necessary to move an work shall be done Such utility. Whenever utility interferes with of any Publlc utility shall be moved :No utility, either owned, shall be l the Permittee Such work be Uorne Trenches shall more than three hun- advance of pipe lay- for more than feet where pipe • exeept by permission The length of the trench anees. If. upon being ordered, the Per- mitres fails to furnish the nsoeesary labor and materials for such lpalzlJ, tha Town may cause said neeeuary labor ! and materials to he furnished by other parties and the cost thereof ehared agdnst Pesmlttee. Section 26. Property Ltne and Eue- ments. Property lines and ltndts of eeme shall be indicated oa 1o plans and it shall be the Permlttee's responsilAlity to confine its construc- tion activities within these limits. Any damage resulting from trespassing be- yond these limits shall be the sole re- sponsibility of the Permittee. Section 27. Care of Excavated Materiel. All material excavated from trenches and piles adjacent to the trench, or in highways, shall be piled and maintained in such a manner that the toe of the slope of the excavated material is at least eighteen (18) inches from the edge of the trench. When the confines of the area through which the gas pipes are to he laid are too narrow to permit the piling of excavated material beside the trench, the Permittee may be required to haul excavated material to a stor- age site and then re-haul it to the trench site at the time of backfilling. It shall be the Permittee's respor.sibil- ity to secure the necessary permission and make all necessary arrangements for all storage and disposal sites re- quired. Section 26. Interference with Other Services. The work shall he conducted so as not to interfere with access to fire stations and fire hydrants. Material or obstruction shall not De placed with- iu fifteen 05) feet of fire hydrants. Passageways leading to fire escapes or fire fighting" equipment shall be kept free ef material piles or 6ther obstruc- tions. Section 29. Provision for Water Courses. The Permitte shall provide fo the flow of r  water courses, sewers or drains inttl ated during the pro- gross of the x,rk, and shall replace the same i ao wood condition as it found thert ar shall make final pro. visions for them  the Tow may di- rect. The Permittee shall not obstruct the gutter of any street, but shall use all Proper measures to provide for the free passage of surface water. The Permittee shall make provisions to take care of all surplus water, mud, silt, or other runoff pumped from extirpa- tions or resulting from sluicing or other operations, and shall be responsib]a for SECTION V Any person or persons violating any of the provisions of this Ordinance shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upor. conviction thereof ahall be punished by a fine of not less than $10.00 nor more than' $100.00, or Dy inrtsonmer.t for not more thatn thirty (30) dys or hy both such fine and imprisonment. SECTION VI This Ordinance shall take effect and be i full force and effect from and after five (5) days after its passage, approval and publicatior .. Introduced, adopted by the Councu and approved by the Mayor this 4th day of August, 1965. A. Denton, maYor Attest: E. A. Brewer, Jr., Town Olerk Approved as to form: Merritt A. Johnson, Town Attorney (Aug. 27, 1965) B. J. GALLAGHER 424 First Street, C]heney, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9825 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS E. GRIER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed hns been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accerdlngiy, and that all ons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 804 Lincol Street, Cheney, Washirton or upon Ber- nard J. allagher, the attorney of rec- ord at his office at 424 First St., Che- hey. Washington and file Such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of tha above Court at the City of Spokane. Washington, within six months after the first puhlicatio of this notice, or they will he forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 27th day of August. 1965. James E. Grier Administrator of the above estate. Berrd J. Gailagher Attorney 424 First Street, Cheney, Wash. (Aug. 27-Sept. 10) The two million surviving veterans of World War I aver- ge 70 years of age. That the cause of action herein set forth is to collect a real estate com- mission on certain property located in the State of Washingto in which the defendants have some right, title or interest. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Harold D. Clarke Attorneys for Plaintiffs 912 Paulsen Building. Spokane, Washington 99201 (Aug. 13-Sept, 7) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 915 Paulecn Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. '/9826 In the Superior 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 is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed admlnieteatri of the above estate in this court, and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons havin claims agairmt said deeased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, wlth msenry vouchers upon the n&msrned 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 ouch claim with proof of such service In the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the CRr of Spokane. Washlugton, within six months after the ft lubllcation of this notice, or they will he forever barred. Data of the first publication of this notice is 18th day of Augnst, 1965. Elaine M. Sanford Administratrix of the above estate. Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Attorneys By Harold D. Clarke 912 Paulsen Building Spokane, Washington 99201 (Aug. 15-27) CORNEL/US E. COLLIER 414 HYde Building, kme, Wash, NOTICE TO CREDTTORS No. f9881 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of AUGUST A. WASECA, deceased. Notice ie hereby given that the undee- signed has been apDolnted Administratrix of the above estate In this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all Deraons having claims against said deceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necesSary vouher upon the undersigned at 414 Hyde Build- ing, Spokane, Washington or uln C. hEl. s Collier the attorney of record at office at 414 Hyde Building, Spo- kane, 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. Wn., 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 27th day of August. 1965. Diana Waseca Administratrix of the above estate. Cornelius E. Collier, Attorney 414 Hyde Bldg.. Spokar, Wash. SMITH. SMITH & SMITH i Friday, August 27, 1965 615 S & E Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. [ = ] Lot II, Block 2, Clearview Terrace NOTICENoTO CREDITORS [ First Addition according to plat re- 79828 € J corded in Volume 5 of Plats Page 7 In the Superior Court of the State = [ in the City of Spokane ' Spokane Washington in and for the County . . ,. Spokane. I atent Y oahnt rTofli ttr Yf eJ u dn - In the Matter of the Estate of NONA C. HAMBERT. deceased. ' P Y, a potation and agairst Lois M. Matteson, a single we- Notice is hereb given that the under- signed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all nersevs having claims against said deceased are utred to serve claims duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned er upon Smith. Smith & Smith the attorneys of record at their office at 615 Spokane & Esaterr Bldg., Spokane, Wash, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at th Oity of Spokane. Washington. within six months after the first publication o this notice, or they will be forever barred Date of the first nublieatlon € thi notice is /3th day of August, 1965. Seattle-First National Bank the Executor of the above estate. Del Cary Smith Attorney 615 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Washirgton 99201 (Ang. 13-27) LUCHT & LUCHT 305 Rookery Bldg, Spokane NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE mar. amounting to Fifteen Thousand Five Hundred Sixty Nne and 21/100 ($15,569.21) dollars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from July 27, 1965 to date of sale and $750.00 attorneys fees and $17.00 plus $26.00 for title ex- pense, costs and increased costs with tn terest on attorneys fees and coats at 6% per annum from July 27, 1965 to date of sale. Giver. under my hand. this 6Oh day of August, 1965. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy Philip S. Brooke. Jr., Plaintiff's Attornc (Aug. 13rSepL 3) CORNELIUS E. COLLIER 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 9772 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Rpokaro. In the Matter of the Estate of TONY ZARKADIS, a/k/a TONY ZAS- CARVE, deceased. Notice is hereby iven that he nrler No. 73159 signed has been appointed Administrator I the Superior Court of the State of i of the above estate in this Court and has Washington in, and for the Cour.ty of iqualified accordingly, and that all per. pokane. sons having claims against said de. In the Matter of the Estate ot : ceased are required to erve claims, duly ULRICH HENRY LIPP, deceased, verified, with necsssary vouchers upon State of Washington, County of Spe- the undersigned at 414 Hyde Buildln, kane.--ss, iC s Notice is hereby given that Johr. M. Spokane, Washington or upon E. Collier the attorney of record at Lipp, the Administrator of the alive office at 414 Hyde Building, Spokane, estate, has rendered and presented for Washfngton and file such claim with eettlemen to, and filed in the Superior proof of such service in the office of Court of Spokane County, State of the Clerk of the above Court at the City Washington his lnal Account as sueb of Spokane, Washingto within six Administrator and a petition for the dis- months after the first puhlicatio ef thi tribution of said estate, in which the notice or they will be forever barred. Court is asked to settle said Estate, Date of the first publication of this distribute the property to the heirs notice is 20th day of August, 1965. or ersons entitled to th same. and dlserge the sam Admin,tstrator Mons G. Ulvin Admirdstrator of the above estate. and that Wednesday. the 8th day of Cornelius E. Co]Her Attorney Sept., 1965. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock 414 Hyde Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. a. m., at the Court room of our said Su- (Aug. 20-Sept. 3) porter Court, in the City of Spokane. in said Spokane County has been duly fixed CORNELIUS & CORNELIUS for the hearing and settlement of said 1117 Panlsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Fnal Acceun and Petition, for Distri- bution, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and conest the same. Dated this 10th day of August, 1965. Gee. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk ef the Superior CourL By John J. Hurley, Deputy , (Aug. 13-27) .1. J. SCHIFFNER Pauleen Bldg. Slmkane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washingtor., tunty of Spe- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sate issued out of the Hor Superior Court of Spo- kane country, on the 22nd day of July, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Mercantile Protective Bureau, Inc., a corporation Plaintiff versus Robert McAulay and Mrs. Robert McAulay, his wife Defendants No. 178808. and to me. as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby giver, that I wtll pro- ceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales. to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the 17th day of Septem- ber, 1965 at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokane County; in the State! of Washington, all the right, title and l interest of the above named defendants i in and to the following described real property, to-wit : Lots A, B & C Block 130 Orchard Averse Additior Spokane County State of Washington To satisfy a judgment in favor of Mercantile Protective Bur- In the Superior Court of the State of eau, Inc.. a corporation and ngaint Washington in and for the County of Robert MeAulay and Mrs. Robert Me- pokan Aulay, his wife, and each of them In the Matter of the Estate of separately and against the community GLEN FAY COTTEREL and DOROTHY existing between them Amounting to VIRGINIA COTTEREL, deceased. Ninety Nine and 37/100 ($99.87) DoN Notice is hereby given that the under- lars with interest at 6 per cent per signed has beel appointed Executrix annum from February 11, 1965 to date of the above estate in this Court and of sale and $5.00 attoey's fees and has qualified accordingly, and that all $16.40 costs and increased costs, persons having claims against said de- Given under my hand, this 9th day ceased are required to serve claims. of August, 1965. duly verified, with necessary vouchers. William J. Reilly, Sheriff  upon the undersigned at 708 Old Na- By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy tional Bank Building. Spokane. Wash- J. J, Schiffner, Plaintiff's Attorney ington, or upon Richter, Wimberley & (Aug. 13-Sept. 8) Eriesun. the attorneys of record at ' their office at 708 Old National Bank CORNELIUS & CORNELIUS Building, Spokane, Washington and 1117 Pauln Bldg., Spokane, Wash. file such claim, with proof of such NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE  service in the office of the clerk of No. Y5743 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of SPOkane. In the Matter of the Estate of WINNIE A. GLASS, deceased. State of Washitou. County of Sve- kane.--s. Notice is hereby given that Lorrayne E. Williams, the administratrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for set- tiement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County. State of Wash. a Final Account as such Admiuistra- trix, and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate. distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the ame. and tlischarge the said Admlnistrtrix and that Wednesday, the 15th day of September, 1965. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a m. at the Court room of our said Super- ior court, in the City of Spokane, in said Spokane County, has beenJ duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of asid Final Account and Petition for Distri* button, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may • ppear and file his exceptions in writ* ins thereto and contest the same. Dated this 20th day of August, I965. George Fallquist Comity Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Oourt By R. F. McCorkie, ltePut. (Aug. 20-Sept. 8) Richter, Wimberisy & Ericson Sal 708 Old National Bsnk Building pokaneo Washtnsoa  01 SMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 179042 Superior Court, Spokane County, Washington. JAMES A. DEPEW. Plalntiff vs. MARGARET M. DEPEW, Defendn. The State of ashingtor to the said Margery M. Depey: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this Sum- mons, to-wit: Within sixty (60) after the 20th day of Aurdst, , defend the above-entitlqd   he alcove-entitled Court,   the Complaint of  ff, md smwe a copy f ur   the under- signed  " .tt, t their dered #st  zz 0  de* sand o€   wKt ha. bn filed  the  f m Court. The egt of e   and the relistef sOt o be  thetn is fully set forth in  nt, and is briefly stated as tlows: AvtiOn for fan absolute Decree of Divorce diesolvir !the marriage of the plalJff and the' defendant upon the grounds that the said defendant has treated the plaintiff lr. a cruel manner and has subeted him to personal lnidgnities, rendering his life burdensome, together with such other relief as may be just and proper. Richter, tmbeley & E-rlcSon By Domdd F, Ericeo, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Office and Post Office Address: 708 Old National Rank Building, Spokane, Washington, MAdiso 4-5191 Date of first publiaction : August 20, ]{965. (Aug. 20-Sept. 24) Hamhis, Gilbert & Beaohe 912 Paulst Bldg., Spokans, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, Oounty of Spo- kane.ss. By virtue nf an order of sale issued out of tha Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County. on the 27th day of July, I966. by the Clerk thereof, in tha case of Metrolita. Life Insurance ny, a corporation Plaintiff versus Lois M. Matteson a single woman Defendant No. 178591. and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered, Notice is hereby given, that I will procced to asll to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit; At ten o'clock a. m. on the 10th day of Septem- ber, 1965, at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokane Coulty. tn the State! of Washington, all the right, title gndl interest of the above named defendants fz and to the following deserihed real property, to-wit : Cheney Free Press Page 7 defend.ants in and to the fo]lowie- scrmea real prOqerty, to-wit: . The East 40 feet ef Lot 9 in Block of First Addition To Bentley's Ad- ditior, as Ir plat thereof recorded in Volume "L" of Plats, page 27; situate in the City and County ef Spokane, Washingtot, TOGETHER WITH an easement for driveway Dur- Doses over the East 5 feet 2 inches of th West 10 feet of the South 90 feet 2 inch.ca of said LOt 9, To satisfy a udment n favor of The First at- mnat tSank of Parkers Prairie, a Corporo atior, and against Richard E. Ludere and Angalene F. Luders, husband and wife Amounting to Eight Thousand One H$nldsd., Fifty Three and 62/100 , .ozl oouars ($8,215,60 plus $6.80 less $68.88), with interest at 5 per cent per annum from January 1, 1965 to date of judgment, and $593,00 attorney's fees a$d $50.60 costs and increased costs plus $ .00 title expense, with interest on attorney' fees, costs and Judgment 6% per annum from July 30, 1966 date of sale. Given under my hand, this lt0h day o1' August, 1965. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane Deputy Joseph Nappi, Plaintiff's Attorney (Aug. 13-Sept. 3) Goes, Williams, Luee & Golden First National Bank Bldg. Walla WaBa, Wash. SUMMONs BY PUBLICATION No. 178165 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for th County of Spokane. Manhattan Savings Bank of New York Plaintiff, vs. William C. Seitz and Theima A. Seitz, husband and wife; Vera A. Dammarell and John Doe DammarelL if she be mar. ried; David Victor Burke ; Old Nstional Bank East Side Branch ; Rediseo, Inc. ; Sears. Roebuck & Company ; Pacific Fi- trance Company ; Local Loan Company ; airway Finnnce Company; Budget Oil rap any; Brush Cycle Company; Tree's uompanyl Stanoaxd Oil Company; Washington Water Power Company ; Economy Stations, Inc.; Lincoln First Federal Savings ; Washington Trust Bank ; and the unkrwr heirs of of the above named Defendants, if de- ceased ; also all other persons or par- ties unknown cla/ming a right, title, lien or Intert in the real estate de- NOTICE TO CREDITORS scribed in the Complaint herein. De- fendants, No. Y9784 The State of Washington to the said In the Superior Court of the Stats Veru A. Dammarei and John Doe Dam, of Washington in and for the ¢onnty of marei, if she be married, the unknown Spokane. heirs of any of the above named De- In the Matter of the Estate of fendants, if deceased, also all other per- HELEN DOROTHY DUN'DON and LEO- i NARD GEORGE DUNDON, deceased, sons or parties unknow cJaiming any Notice is hereby given that the unde right, title, lien or Interest in the real estate described in the Complaint here- signed has been appointed Administrator in, Defendants. of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all YO. and each of you, are hereby Sum- persons having claims against said moned to appear within sixty (60) days deceased are required to serve claims, duly after the date of the first publication of verified with necessary vouchers, upon this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) the undersigned at Spokane° Washington days after the 23rd day of July, 1965, or upor. Gordor. E. Cornelius. the attorney and defemi the above entitled action of record at his office at 1117 Paulseni in the Superior Court aforesaid and Building, Spokane, Wash,, and file answer the compla/nt of the Plaintiff such claim with proof of such service i and serve a copy of your answer pon the office of the Clerk of the above the undersigned attorneys for the Plain- Court at the City of Spokane, Wash- tiff, at their office 3eiow stated; and, ington, withir six months after the first in case of your failure so to do. udg- publlcatior, of this notice or they will mer.t will he rendered against you as- be forever barred, cording to the demands of the corn- Date of the first Imbllcation of this plaint in this action which has been notice is 20th day f August, 1965. filed with the clerk of said Court. , The object of this action is to foe* Donald J. Dundon Executor of the clog e a mortgage o real estate tn above estate. Gordon E. Cornelius Attorney Spokane County, Washington, described 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. es: Lot 11, block 2, Guthrie's Valley (Aug, 20-Sept. 3) View 4th Addition, according to plat Blchter, Wimberley & Erleson c.orded in volume 8 of plats. Page 708 ONB Bldg., Spokane 1, Wash. , in Spokane County. Washington against the claim of the Defendants and NOTICE TO CREDITORS any one of them. Z%b. 79805 Gose. Williams, Luce and Golden Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address: 206 First National Bank Building Walla Wails. Washington (July 23-Aug. 27) Hamblen. Gilbert & Brooks 912 Paulaen Bldg., Slmkana, Wash, SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION No. 178485 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the Cnty of Spokane. St. Lnke's Hospital of Spokane. Wuh- ingten, a corporation. Plaintiff• vs. The State of Washington, James Bryson and Li!a Brysen husband and wife; tmrry Hood and Jane Doe Hood, hus- band and wife; David Ehtrv, Jr. and Jane Doe Barr, Jr., hband and Wife: the above court at the City of Spokane, and Lore Parent and Jane Doe Par- Wash.. withln six months after the first ant, husLamd and wife, Defedants. publication of this notice, or they will State of Washlngton to David Barr, be forever barred. Jr. and Jane Doe Barr, Jr., husband and wife, and Loren Parent and Jane Date of the First publication of this Doe Parent, husband  and wife, de- notice: August 20, 1965. Carolyn Lavon Browr, Executrix fendanta: Attorneys: Yh axe hereby summoned to appear Richter, Wtmboriey & Ericson wit n sixty (60) days after the date 708 Old National Bank Butldirg of the first publication" of this summons, Spokane, ashington to-wit, within sixty (60) days after the (Aug. 20-Sept. 3) 13th day of Augnst, 1985, and defend the above entitled action in the above ELLIOTT, LEE, CARNEY & THOMAS entitled court, and answer the COme 1540 Washington Building Plaint of the plaintiff and serve a eopy Seattle, Washington 98101 of your Answer upo the undeismed attorneys at their office below stated ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS and in case of your failure ao to do, No. 78911 Judgnent will be rendered ngalnt You In the Superior Court of the State of according to the demand of the Corn- Washington in and for the Oounty of plaint, which has been fi]d with the Spokane. clerk of said court. I In ths Matter of the Estate of That the cause of actior, heroin Bet MARTHA A. PRICE, deceased, forth Is to determine conflicting elalms Notice is hereby given that the under- to certain funds held by the plaintiff signed has been appointed Administratrtx arising out of work doe on certain of the above estate in this Court aud has real property situated in tha State of qualified accordinb', and that all per- Wasliinton, to-wit: sons having elalme lnst said de- Lot 12, Block 1, Cazenovia Addition. ceased are required to serve claims, duly Spokane, Spokane County, Washingter, verified, with necessary vouchsro, upon (213 E. 7th Avenue); the undersigned Elliott, Lee, Carney & Lot 5, Block 1, Cazenovia Addition, Thomas, I540 Washington BulldinR, Seat- Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, tle, Washington 98101 or upon Eiliott. (226 E. Hartson); Lee, Oarney & Thomas the attorneys of Lot 6, Block 1, Cazenovta Heights Ad- record at their offive at 1540 Washilg- [ ditiono Spokane, Spokane Courty, Wash- ton Buildir, Seattle, Whington 98101 instep, (220 E. Hartsun); _  and file such claim with proof of such I South 40 feet of West 72.8 feet of Lo service In the offlc of the 3. Block 8, Reeurvey Extension' Cowley's Clerk of the above court at the City of i Second Addition, Slmkane, SIkane Spokane, Washington, within six months County, Washinn, (515 South Spo- after the first publication" of this Imtice. kae). Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke Haold D. Clarke or they will be /oreVer barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 6th day of August, 1965, Attorneys for Plaintiff 912 Paulsen Building, theMUrielaboveE" estate.Smart' Adm|n|stratrix of Sne, Washington 99201 Elliott, Lee, Carney & Thomas Attorneys Dte of first publieaUon, August 13, By rd T. Smart I95. 1540 WaShington BuikBng, (Aug, 18,Sept. 17) Seattle, Washington 9810I Hambis Gilbert & Brooke (At $-20) 91| Paulscn Bldg.. SPOkana I, Wash. LUCHT & LUCHT NOTICE OF SALE $@5 ey Bk., ksne I, WaSh. In the Superior Court of the State of NOTI O C]gRDrFORS. Wsahtngto in and for the County of No. 9778 Spokane. I the Superior Court of the State  To : Mrs. Ronnie Hogan, 1014 Fast Ninth Avenue. Spokane, Wadn Whfngton in. and for tha County Notica is hereby given that the fol- Matter of the Estate of lowing described annai, tu-wit: a GLUBREGHT, Incompetent. white, fifteen moth old Arablsm tal- NOtice is hereby Kfven that ths unde lion, will be sold to the highest bidder sighted hem  appointed Guardian by the undersigned at public auction of tlm abOV asthte in this Cou on the 81st day of Auist, 19, at the a**d has qtllfled accordingly, and that heat of 11:00 O m. dt Route 5, Box ai peo  ehii against asid 472, Five Mile Prairie, Spokane, Wash- incompetent, m required to serve elalms, ineton, to satisfy the agister's lien f duly verified, with neeasury vouchers up- Nora Fav Gassnmn agabmt said animal on the undersigned at $05 Rookery Build- in the sum of $75.00 for five months ,ins, Spokane, Washington or upon Pasturage at $18,00 er month. Lucht & Lucht the attorneys of record Da4 this 17th day of August, 195. at their office at 805 Rookery Build- Willis J. Reilly, Shiff trig, SPokane, Washington and file sueh Spokane County, Washingtbn claim with proof of such service in the By Richard B. Holt, Deputy Sheriff office of the clerk of the nbove Court at (Aug. 20-27) the City of Spokane. Washington,. within six months after the first publication of CLAUSEN & GEMMILL fills not/, m" they will be forever barred. 701 Fidelit BI. Simksna 1. Wask Date of the first nublication of thi NOTICE TO CREDIO]L notice is 18th day of August, 1965. /s/ Richard A. Glubrecht Guardian No. 9818 of the above estate. In the Superior Court of the State of Lucht & Lucht Attorneys Washington fn and for the County of 805 Rookery Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Spokane. I the Matter of the Estat of (Aug, 13-27) TOM J. JURICH, deceed. JOSEPH NAPPI Z'tice is hereby given that the under- $09-1 Radio Central Btdg, Spokans signed has been appointed xsoutor of the above etate in thl Court and has SHERIFF'S SALE qualified aeeerdingly, and that fll persons having eialms aRlast said deceased are State of Washington, County of Spo required to arve cbdms, duly vm4fied, kane.-s.  neeeuary vouchers, upon the By virtue of an order of sale issued undersigned at Old ional Bank of out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spe-j Wuhingtow, W. 428 Riverside, Spokane. kane County, o the 80th day of July, i Washington, or Upon Ghtuse & 1965, by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of i Gommell, the attorneys of record The First National Bank of Packers at their office at '/02 Fideilty Build- Prairie, Richard  corporation Plaintiff versus iM. Spokane. W'ashingto and file Such Luders and Angalene F. Lad- dalm with proof of ,mch service era, husband and wife Defendants No. In the office of the Ci of the above I78106. and to me. as Sheriff, directed Court at the C/ty of Spokar, Wash- and delivered. Notice .......... [ Jngton, wfthla six modem after the tossed Is elereoy, gl, v.e, that. I Will | first publication of this notice, or they p to s. to tae anest blaqer zor I will be forever barred cash, within .te )ours. prel)e hy I Date of the first pobllcatiou of this law .or nerrz's ales, te*wt: At to I notice is 20Oh d-,, of A .... t "a6r eocx a. m. on the 17th day of Sep- 1 tember 95 a ........... | 0 d National Rank of Washlngto , ,  .  OUn ur'nouee nee% I Executor of th bove .t,.t Spokane in Slkane County, in the|clauser & Gemmill AttorneY" State of Washington, all the right. 1702 Fidelity, Bld L'-. tltla and Irate'eat of the abova named| "(Au720-S;."i ..... :!i