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-CALL FOR BIDS Washington  College to be opened for 1965 Kinnrikinick, 1964, at 3:00 p. m. of the Director of EWSC, Cheney, A.21-28 banskin Lundin &amp; Allison Bldg., Spokane, Wash. N. 76395 Ccmrt of the State of I and for the County of latter of the Estate of PATTI BRESSLER, de- County of Spo- given, that the Old of Washington, the Exo above estate, has rendered for settlement to. the Superior Court State of Wash- Account as such Exec- Petition for the distribu- in which the Court is said Estate. distribute the heirs or persos entitled discharge the said Exec- the 15th day of at the hour of 10 o'clock of our said Super- City of Spokane, in said has been duly fixed for and settlement of said and Petition for Distri- time and place any in said estate may ds exceptions in writing contest the same. day of August, 1964. fist, County Clerk and *erior Court Huneke, Deputy. (Aug 14-28) 0000WANT AOS o L ...... , i i Classified Rates--5 cents ] per ......... word, with 75c minimvm (or/ FOR RENT 15 words). Minimum adv. not/ .................. Ipeid in cash will carry a 15cl FOR RENC--2 bedroom house. i biiling charge. / 235-6675. A21tf FOR SALE ' ;i,re ns fr rn-- Used trumpet for sale, excel- lent condition, Ph'one 235- 4254. a28p Firep,lace wod for sale, cheap. if taken so,on. 1102 2nd St., Clmney. a28p Six highway lots across from M-N.M tot sale. R. F. Miller 235-4127. a28p Double bed, box springs, ex- cellent; used pIan.o, goo.d quire 120 Fourth St. Apt.1. A21-28 condition. 235-4406, 9-12 or 6 5363. a21-28 to 9. a28p NEW DISTRICT--3 bedroom home. Ktlc.hea witlh eating space. Lt of bullet-ins, vacant Sept. 1. Ken Morlan, Wklme 2 bedroom trailer far rent. Ableman's Trailer Park. 235-4969. A21tf i One and two bedroom ,apts, u, n furnished, electric heat, yard, trees. Don Galey, 1126 Oakland. a28p FOR RENT--2 bedroom house, unfurnished close to collcge. automatic oil heat. Ph, one 235- Real.ty, MA 4-1288. Best loca- tion, $7950. a28tf & NUXOLL Washington Large two bedroom, large kit- OF" ESTATE chen with eating slace. Is ,6349 Court of tne State of ClOse to :scho}s. Ken Morlan, and for the County of Widmer Realty, MA 4-1288. of the Estate .f a:28tf McKINLEY, Deceased. County of Spo-Modern two bedroom year- hereby given that Nadine oround Williams Lake home, the Executrix of tim above large lot, frontage, btih4ns, and presenfed for dishwasher. Must sell, terms. and filed in the Superior e County. State of Wash- 237-4223 after 4.30 p. m. l Account as such excou- for the distribution of jyl7tf the Court is asked distribute the pro- Approximately 20 acres, waer entitled to rights, fenced, modern 3- the said Nadire that Wednesday. the bedroom, attached 2-car ar- 1964 et the :age, breezeway, built4n range A. M., at the said Superior Court. and oven, large kitchen. Soy- in said Spokar*e en miles north of Cheney, on One and two bedroom apart- men:is. 119 West 6,th St., o,r 506 2rid St., phone 235-6525. a28tf Rertal optl, on--$125.00 month, 3 bedroom, full basement. Available in October. Cash 235- 4175. a28t F!SH LAKE--4 bedroom, liv- ing, dining room arid lar'ge kitchen, nice yard. Ken Mv,r- lan, Widmer Realty. MA 4-1288 a28tf RENTAL OPTION-M bed,them tri-leve.!, 11/2 b$hs. ]J:l new district. Ken MoriOn, Widmer Realty, MA 4-1288. a28,ff Two bedroom !home for re,t-- Electric h.eat, call 235-6862. I a28 Studio apatme,ntfar re n, fur- nished. 228 West 5th. ly $4.95, compliments of Loren Agee at Laren's Pclield Sta- tion. a21-28 WANTED Wanted ironing to do at h,ome. 235-4143. a28, Loving are for baby in your lo,n]e wl]ile nmther in school three days week. Write Mrs. Dickinson, P.O: Box 23, Liberty Lake, Wash. a28p WANTED Board and room or room with coking facilities, for mar- ried student. Phone Pasco 597-9444 coil,cot. A21-28p Swim Team Members |n 4 Meets Various members o,f the Eastern Washington Recrea- tion swim team have attended four different swimnng aa]d diving meets during the past two weeks. Tom Sone accom- panied his diving e:o,ach, Dick Griffith, to Kelowna, B.C., the week of August 11 to partci- pate in the 84th annual Kel- owra Regatta. Tom won second place in 1-mete" divirN far boys 11 ,and 12 and Gr'fffith took first place in the senior men',s 3-meter diing. Griffi.th 'is a member of lhe Eastern Vashingtan State C o l 1 e g e swim team an, d is widely known throughout the north- west as a diver. On August 15, the entire EWRA swim team participated m an open age group s:m meet at Clarkson. Ken Radon took a first place in boys 10 'and under breaststroke; sec- ond in the baeks,roke a n d t lfird in the 50 freesfyle. Tom Stone was first in ,boys 11 and 12 diving; Iaren Brown won a fixed Ior the hear- blacktop, school bus at door of said Final Accour*t at which large hart!, alfalfa. Two miles any person in .... ted to Silver Lake. TE 8-8133 appear and file his thereto and A21-28 of August. 1964. i957 Traveo house trailer 8X County Clerk Superior Court. 45, middle kitchen, 2 bed- Deputy 4) room, carapletely furnshed partly carpeted, good c0ndi- Seokane. Wn. lion. Phone 351 Tyler. A7-28p PRIVATE SALE ESTATE 4606 Ill Court of the State of and for the County 0f SEE THIS of the estate of .Lvely 3 bedroom home, di- deceased, ning room, kitchen with eating given that in eom- space. Nice sized living room Of the Court in cause the undersigned with fireplace. Electric heat, at- 8th day of September, tached garage, beautifully g described real landscaped. Assessments paid. ,7. Block 23, CENTRAL Please call for eppointment. to plat recorded page 162, GOOD BUY. .x- 3 bedroom, fireplace, elec- tor Avenuethercof' tokthe tric heat. 2 full baths, carport Bids must be with storage area. Good Ioca- and mayor behis leftat- tion. Sewer and Street Assess- 235-663. Three bedroom farnistle:d ar un:furn:ished house in Ohe- hey. 235-4089 Mter '7 P. M. 'Box "M" c/o Free Press. a28s4p a28 third place in he 'breaststroke for gins 17 and under; Jo .tin Waddingtan was second in the backstroke for boys 11 and 12 ]a,nd Diana Galey was fauvth :in the breavtstreke fr gins: 11 and 12. 9 EXoys Compete Two bedroom basement apt- The nine male menbevs of ment, fuhed. Family or the team ivom ages 12 thro,tgh cotple wanted. 5'05 N. 3rd, call 17 attended a meet .in Ritz- 235-4075. a28 ville last Saturday. Rich liege- Furnished one bedroom a,part- lin was irst in boys 17 and merit. Washer-drer. Phone uniter 50-mete freestyle and 235-6386 or see manager at 310 B St ,after 5:30 p.m. a28 One tlwee bedroan house fr ,rent. Daisy Drake, 9 2hird St., Cheney. a28p Nice to bedroom hm-ne in Fonr Lakes. Large kitchen, lovely yard. Basement a ffar- ,age. $85. RI 7-9095. a28p Joe Graves was second in 400- metar frees,tyle. Fourteen membars atended an in,vitational ,meet m W'ala Waa last Sunday. In the 10 al under age grmp, .[e Ra- don took three first ptgces--in the 50-meter freestyle, 50-me- ter backstroke and 50-meier written address or ment paid. Full price $11,500, of the above court, with $2,500 down. Balance on or after August 8, 1964; the monthly payments with low in- terms of the offer ; terest. considered where the 90 per cent of the OLDER HOME the said real property. 3 bedrooms. Furnished am reserves the and all bids. :rely, including range and Washington,- this 1964. ', washer and dryer, Vanee. Aminlstrator walking distance to college. Caroline . Va. Priced at $8,950.00 $2,500.00 at Law down, balance $65.00 per Building, 21-28) & Brooke Spok|me, Wul ;UMMONS 175457 of the State of for tho County of COM- a eorporatior, snd VIOLA B. COOK, and hUSKY OIL corporation, De- to the Defendants, Viola B. Cook, hus- to appear court within sixty date of the first summons, to-wit : days after the 28th al defend the above the above ertitled month. WM. P. GESCHKE Tri State Realty Inc. W. 933 3rd RI 7-3047 Spokane, Wesh. a21-28 I Medical Lake, immeuhte 2 bedroom home, beautiful yard, nice location, $8,250. Frank Baker, 620 North Mrmie St., Medical Lake, Wash.. Phone SA 3-2421. altf Older 2 bedroom ,home on cor- ner lot. ] baths. Priced to ,sell. Ed Doten Real Estate, 424 let St., 235-4050. al4tf the complaint of the copy of your 3 bedroom ,home on correct attorneys for ]ot, m neJghborhoed rO,f new- address below Ofbe your failure so to er homes. Ed Doten Real ES- rendered against tare, 424 1st St., 235-4050. the demand of said has been filed with altf COurt. hy the plain- mortgage and Viola B. Com- is recorded In pa 61, Washingtoa, recorded in volume .4. of said action eel all 2 bedroom home, 1 acre land at Four Lakes, $7,500., $1,000 dow. STAN SPEAR Interstate Realty, Inc. TE 8-2963 RI 7-1408 929 W. 2nd a14-21 da Redecorated 3' ,bedroom home[ eight months by =tute. on corner l)t. Looks "Kke new. 2 fireplaces, basemenL Electric heat. Ed Paten Real Estate, 424 let St., 235-4050. 99201' al4tf 2) . - i: ": Newer home, 2 bedrooms up, ,, sl=me : Bedroom & Rec. Room with fireside ings,-, wood paneling; irapes & , t st. o caPpeting. (hld 235-4425. ......... . al4tf , i at' t u= r- WANTED TO RENT m  ated to i , 'ancttt ' Wamd to rent by EWSC pro- a  ratnst eatd de- lessor: 3 bedroom newer o .e claim, home. Write Robert Peterson, o thl, C./O Andrew Beck, Rt. 2, Mis- the sre small, newer louse or ot th apartment, 235-4536. a28p hatred. lmhlieation of this e WORK WANTED August, 1964. of the Guaranteed outboard motor re: pair. Ed's Con0co Service. Wash. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Attractive trailer space for rent. Also 2 bedroom and 3- bedroom trai.es. Winter tes till June 1965. PieAc Pines on Silver Lake SA 3-4242. a28tf Two bedroom hse , c,onveni- ent Ioca,tion, easy to heat. Cal 235-4006. a28tf One bedroom house, electric heat, sto,ve and ,rerigerato,r furnished. Ph, one 235-4925. a28tf $ HELP WANTED WANTED- Women or lgh ,school girls f o r telelone survey end local delivery. Call 235-4588 or 235-4542. a21-28 WOMEN WANTED--Part time typinff at home. $30 to $60 weekly. Send resume and hours avaita,ble. BKPR Box 36365 Houston, Texas. a14-s4 FOUND Stray kitten, male, lovely gvay, black marld.ngs, abott five montls. Owner please gee i. Ca'll 23'5-6853. n,2:8p 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 5-6614. jl8tf Will pa a [ood price for US anauanaman coins. praisal if you do not sell. 414 First St., Cheney j19 Mademe Lola. Phvenlk)gist-- Love, marriage; business, nird reaclngs, 7921 E. Trent, WA 6-9034. a2sStf l:Iave a Cusivvn Hne built-- Good selection f ls in new distri. Improvements are. in,. We  arrange for your fi- ty.  !. a2ff Ride to Spokane. Leave Gheney 8 a.'m., leave' SlmLne, 5:30 p.m. Richard , 10 Fc- u'Ry tlousing, a28 wer yottr teleplmne and ,take advantage ff this llrnd of- fer: over $20 worth of car care for only $4.95. Lubrication, Wheel balancing md many other services, even oil and galine. Ive your $20 value service card d.erivered o your home and receive a FREE gift. All fur on- butterfly. Bab Stone was fifth in h.e 50-meter breas,truke, In the 1! and 12 age group, Tom Stone was first in 1-merer diving, John Waddingto, see- end in 100-meter baekstroke !and secord in 100-meter free- style. In the same age group Dick Steiner was sixth in the 100-meter backstroke ,and Mike Graves took two trd places in the 100.meter freestyle and ! 00-mete,r backstroke. The "A' relay team was see- end in the 200-meter freestyle and third in he 200-meter medley relay. The "B" ray took two sixth places in the s,ame everts.. In the 13-14 age group, Bill iIa,gelin was fifth in ,the 100- meter backstroke, Susan Mur- phy fourth in the 100-meter breaststroke and Nancy Stein- er was third in ,the 100-meter bckstroke. 3ee: Gmves took a third place in 100,meter free- style. Rich Hagehn, swimming in the 17 and under age group, was firs t in the 100.meter breaststroke, breaking the old pool record f seven seconds.. Rich also won a secornd in, the 50-meter freestyle. The last meet in the summer season will be the Iatand Em- i pire Junior Olympics, to be i heM at Paste this weekemt. MARKEn'S Soft White, bushel $1.33 White Club, bushel 1.38 lavley, ton 40.00 Oats, ton 42.00 Rye, ton 40.00 Wednesd,ay quotation, FOB, Cheneff. 'GORDON & RIPPLE W. 34 Indixne, Spokme 17, Wuh. NOTICE OF SALE OF RAL ESTATE No. ?4774 Ir the Superior Court o the State of Waahingten in' and for the Cmty of In" the Matter of te Ftato of DAN E. POFFENROTH, deceased. iNotiee is hereby given that r eom- p lance with the ole, ofthe  en'- tered it* the above evt, ltJed ewas@ the executrix will on Wedneay, Septebel* 9: 1964, or as on thereat%n" aS lXt- ose, aell the following d real u- tate 81ttmted in Spokane County, St4tte of Washington, to wit:: Lot 18 and the wtt 2 fee of Lot 14, Block 29, Fast Audubon Park Addition, according to plat recorded' in Vol. "L" of Plats, page 23, in kane, Spokar ( Such sale ahall be at west 24 Indiana Avenue in the City of Spokane, County of Spokane, and state of Waehington. All bids for same must be in wrltiig and addresl to the exealtrix and de- livered to her or her attorney at the above address The hid shall ecify the erms of ne offer and civil he for cash or the equivalent, and none will be cou sidereal where the "offer Is less than $13,750. Dated this 20th day of August, 1964. Alvin .. Gordon Attorney for Adelaide C. Poffenroth, Executrix. Gordon & Ripple Atterneya for Executrix West 24 Indiana, 4) Friday, August 28, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 BLACKHAWK VETERANS--Four Blackhawk started Wednesday. The new helmets, shown l veterans who will play deciding rotes in Che- here, will edd a new look to the Blackhawks I ney's grid fortunes this fall gathered with the this fall. Left to right are Rod Reed, Rich I coches Tuesday to break out new equip- Hagelin, Fred Rosenzweig, Steve Swegle, ! ment and get acquainted b e f o r e practice George Rosenzweig and Jim Hatch. CHS Gridders Get Word BY JACK PIERCE Cheney's new hgh school otb,Ml co,ach arrived in town this week and served immedi- ate n, otiee that .he expects ,his athletes to be in shape. The Coach, Jim Hatch, said every playe wil be e)pected to run a mile in 6:30, or re- peat the effort every niig.ht ol- lowing regular practice until the time is accomplished. thtch said the motive behinl this is to determine whet,her the gridders ;have stayed in shape durin!g the summer, lie expects each ef them te relort to pening da7 "in shape" and ready to learn his system o ball, rather titan beg soft from a summer o/ inactivity. Former Vandal Hate'h, a former Uuniversty ot Idaho footba,]ll llayer, will instill a Wing T ofeke here, which can go either left or r-------- I Official Closing Of Swimming Pool Set After Sunday Cheey's new s w i m m i n g pool will .officia,tly close after Surtday, Manager Wa, tly Beard said today. The pool, hwever, will be used for h'ih school physic,al education classes as long as weather permits. Public swim- min, g will be allowed week days from 4 to 6 p.m. and weekends from 1 to 5 p.m. while good weather prevails. Season tickets will not be hn- ored during the extenfled sea- son and everyone must pur- chase a ticket at the lOOl. Beard said. Daily Average 374 A total of 23,579 used the pool during its fi'rst 63 days of operation, for a daily aver- age of 374. The top attendance day was on July 8 When 1,230 persons swam. The ow day was on Aug. 1, when only 25 showed up. The period covers June 6 tiro,uKh Aug. 11, when the las c'heck was made. Beard said he was very )leased with attedarce, Which held up in slMte of a rehivy cool summer far swrg. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College , Separate se,led bid propos. ,as are available for education. at equipmen and/m" supplies by Eastern Wa. ,on State C<lege in the office Of the DI- rector of Purv.hing, Room ] 21, Showalter I-Iall. Pposal forms may beob- tained a the ve office. T. T. Watl , Director of Purchasing. [july 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) GRUBBY DANC, "r,.,Aug.2, SPONSORED BY Job's Daughters GRUBBY DANCE Fri. Au 28 right. He said he doesn't use any fl, anke:rs but wilt ocv:ason- ally send a man in nroton. The offense could change, he ad- mi,s, depending on his phyer personnel. Iatoh had his gridders turn- in,g ,out in shorts Wednes:day for the first time, and h,e plan- ned to colinue on a shorts- only basis through Saturday. Durirg this time he figurext en concentrating mainly on run- ning... "lots of runnirN," as he put it. Hatch is relatively familiar with this area and the schools on his schedule ,as he llayed has prep days at oer d'A- lone, where he .has been work- ir.g this summer. Past Record Compiled He come, here from T0t Hi.gh School; at Carnati0,n, Wash., where his squad csm- piled a 3-3..2 wen-lost-tied rec- ord last year. He started his career at Huntington, Ore., a B school, where he eeorded an 8-1-1 saason record hi fi,nst year there and took his club to the quarter finals of he Or- egon state champ,i,ohip. ?he rxt year his squad tied or the league championship with a 6- 2-1 record. (ITY HALL Single 50 Couple 75 The following year he moved to Harrirgton, where his squads chalked up 4-4 and 6-0 recards, lie t h e a moved to Tlt, where .his first club tied for the league championship with a league record of 4-1. His overall record that year was 4-3-1. The next season ,he had the ,mly bad year on his coaching retard, as his team stru,ggled through a winless 0- 8 S a,son. He said 1-ds first imlresin of the players he has met is tbat their ,,are small, and the coaching staff arid the Bhck- hawks have a lot of work to do before the first game Sept. 12 at Medical Lake. Sale Total Given Sales of Series E and H Say- in'Ks Beads in the sta of W,ashington during &fly amotrted to$5,657,968, a 4 per cent increase over sales for J tfly of last year. S p o k a n e County sles am.unted to $463,333 a,ccording to Edward B etz, community S a v i n g s Bonds chairmn, WATCH IT, RICH--Rich Hagelin, veteran Blackhawk gridder, weighs in after a summer of rigorous swimming competition. Assistant Coach Fred Rosenzweig, checking the scale, con- cluded that Hagelin hed put on a little beef during the past year. He scaled in at about 170 pounds. BOWLERS ATTENTION! Fall Leagues begin this coming Week, and anyone interested in joining a regular bowling league for the season, please con' tact the Dyck's Cheney Bowl or phone Jim or Connie at 234-6278. You can relax when you're covered by