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Lake Thursday, September 2, 1982 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Public Notices l I.4 "  /xe.:;  at Waterfront al notices lo) TON FOR Deceased. appointed and resentative (PR) named deceased. J claim against the the claim on the the attorney(s) of below and must the claim with the )ur months after the of this notice or be date of filing of the clerk of the Claim will those provisions notice to creditors: September 2, REPORT NTING SPOKANE COUNTY, Guardianship of aCompetent. Barry G. Parker, ter, has filed with aurt, his Fifth and and the approval for the unting, which hearing on 1982, at 9:30 er as the same may of the above P,S. OF WASHING- of EDWARD C. 'he undersigned has has qualified as of this eslate. Per- 'st lhe deceased are .L duly verified, on of record at and file the same 1, togeffer with four months ublication of this the date of with the Clerk of aier, or the claim pr6visions :.:,#. ..( / Well, maybe it wasn't the most exciting performance since the Olympics, but at least four of Medical Lake's mini-athletes turned out to earn first prize ribbons in a recent "for-fun-only competition" at Waterfront Park. Under the supervision of Park Aide Jeenette Antunez, the little ones raced and wandered through walker races and running relays. In the photos above, Antonio Cerabello coaches his 10-month Park old Alex toward the finish line. The energetic finishers could barely hold still long enough for a winners' circle photo, but with a few helpful hands from parents (who looked more tired than the racers!) the winners were finally seated. From top left: Alex Ceraballo and his mother Carmen, Stormie Kalynn Cook, 13 months old; 16 month old Oscar Senior, son of Jeenette, and 10 month old Levi N. Leach. Casey's Market donated prizes and refreshments. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: Augusl 26, 1982. DATE OF FILING OF NOTICE: Augusl 23, 1982. NORMA L. KERR Personal Represenlahve I712 N. Nelson Spokane, WA 99207 MARK D. BANTZ Attorney for Esloe MURPHY, BANTZ & BURY Attorneys at Low 631 Lincoln Building Spokane, WA 99201 August 26-Seplember 9, 1982 AMENDED NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82400783-0 SUPERIOR COURT, WASHINGTON STATE, SPOKANE COUNTY. In the Matter of the Estate of RUTH ARNOLD HIGGINS, Deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and ihe esta'te" o the above'-named deceased: Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned Personal Representative or on the attorney 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 clerk of the court, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. Date of filing copy of Notice to Creditors: August 9, 1982. Date of first publication: August 19, 1982. MARK D. ROTCHFORD Attorney for Personal Representative MARK D. ROTCHFORD Attorney at Law 1106 Paulsen Bldg. Spokane, WA 99201 August 19-September 2, t982 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 82400955-7 (RCW 11.40.010) SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHING- TON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the Matter of the Estate of HANNAH WHITE, 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 months after the date of the filing of a copy of this notice with the clerk of the court or within four months after the date of first publication of this notice, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. DATE OF FILING of copy of Notice to Creditors: August 19, 1982. DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: August 26, 1982. THOMAS V. CROSS JOSEPH E. PILAREK Personal Representatives West 318 Longfellow Spokane, WA 99205 TURNER, STOEVE GAGLIARDI & GOSS By HAROLD D. CLARKE Attorney for Personal Representative W. 301 Indiana, P.O. Box 5210 Spokane, WA 99205 August 26-September 9, 1982 Police trace bounce:,J checks "'We must be doing something right," commented Medical Lake Police Offi- cer Eric Zappey when he checked on the statistics of bad checks passed to city merchants. While checking police stations, Zappey found that between Jan. 1 and Aug. 1 of this year, merchants turned over 46 checks to the-department for assistance in recovering lost funds. Records show that during the same time period in 1981, 56 checks were sent to the department for collection action. The police department has been en- gaged in the community service pro- gram for about two and one-half years, Zappey said. Using a system of notification by letter and backed by some recent more stringent changes in the state law, police have developed an effective method for contacting and persuading check bouncers to "make good" on monies owed to merchants. Since January of this year, the department has successfully recovered $1,004.12 on 36 bad checks. Two checks totaling $17.90 were not recovered because the department was unable to locate the check writers and eight checks worth $116.52 are still being worked on by the department. Zappey said police usually receive the checks two to three months after they. have been written and the mer- chants have been unable to receive reimbursement through their own efforts. At this point, the department tries to contact the person involved in person or by phone. According to Zappey, most of the bounced checks returned for insuffi- cient funds are written by local resiL dents or institution employees. Because many of these checks are bouned unintentionally, a full 85 percent of those contacted resolve the matter directly with the merchants. To the remaining 15 percent who fail to respond, the department sends a certified letter notifying them that they have been involved in the unlawful issuance of a check, a gross misde- meanor charge. In most cases, this first "official" warning brings responses from another 10 percent. For the 5 percent which fail to respond after receiving their first letter, the department usually sends another certified letter and may elect to issue a summons at that time. If a person fails to respond to the summons a warrant can be issued for their arrest. Court Report Auaust 23. 1982 David W. Moe, Otis Orchards, was fined $55 fer speeding. Joseph J. Gorshe, Medical Lake, was fined $55 for speeding. Jeffrey D. Vandall, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $30 for speeding. Robert D. Erickson, Medical Lake, was fined $105 for speeding. Daniel R. Kemmis, Cheney, was fined $100 for fishing in closed waters. Anthony N. DiBartolo, Medical Lake, had a trial date set for Sept. 27 for charges of driving while intoxicated and reckless driving. Edward J. Jilek, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $40 for fishing in closed waters. Robert C. Green, Medical Lake, was fined $35 for driving without a valid operators license. Anthony George, Spokane, was fined $40 for fishing in closed waters. Kenneth M. Shostad, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $40 for fishing in closed waters. Devin L. Pearson, Spokane, plead guilty to a charge of driving while intoxicated. He was sentenced to 179 days in jail, 176 days suspended and fined $300, $150 suspended, plus court costs for a total of $257.50. Joyce L. Straight, Cheney, was fined $25 for speeding. Julia Taylor, Fairchild Air Force Base, was fined $30 for speeding. IIIII III _ I II Owl Pharmacy MEDICAL LAKE 28-6113 CHENEY 238-8441 Save on our I. _ -- I( I I OPEN 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Mon.-Sat. (Spokane # ll3ib'711l J BACK TO SCHOOL SALE Thru Sept. 11th for all your school needs - - FOR YOUR INFORMATION _ I I ,, wA SEPTEMBER IS COLOREcTAL | CANCER AWARENESS MONTH I.. Zappey said issuance of a ,arrant is rarely done here because it is often difficult to track down bad check writers living outside the area. Under the Medical Lake municipal code, a person charged with unlawful issuance of a check is subject to a term of not more than six months in jail and a fine not to exceed $500. Though rarely done, the department can elect to have a check bouncer prosecuted under new stricter state statutes which took effect this year on June 10. Zappey explained this route is rarely pursued because any fines levied are diverted into Spokane's coffers rather than Medical Lake's because the Spokane court hears the case. Under the new state laws, a person convicted of issuing a bad check under $250 can be ordered to make full restitution and levied a minimum fine of $500 of which at least $50 "shall not be suspended or deferred." On a second conviction within a year, none of the $500 fined can be suspended and the person is subject to the maximum penalty of one year in jail and a fine of $5,000. In an effort to deter bad check writing the police department urges local mer- chants to require some form of identifi- cation on all checks accepted. Police Chief Bruce Randall said identification through a drivers license or the estab- lishment of a card file system for local customers would be extremely helpful. Often, if there is no identification material recorded on the check, a merchant will be unable to positively identify the check writer, making con- viction almost impossible in cases City council to interview administrator candidate Alter more than two months of sorting through 180 applications from throughout the Northwest, the selection committee appointed by the city counril to hwate a replacement for former City Administrator Mike McCurdy. will present their candidate for the job to the council Sept, 7 for their approva Mayor Don Johns said he and the rest of the committee, consisting of Councilmembers George Ramsey, Dave Seagrave and Marion King, spent more than two-and-a-half hours on each of the final candidates interviewed last Sal urday be[ore choosing local resident Tom Bumgarner as the most qualified cand idate. Fumgarner, who lives near Four Lakes with his wife Kathy and their twu-year-uld daughter Staccy, will appear at the Sept. 7 council meeting where city l'alhers will question the 34 year-old and decide whether or not to approve his appointment. Most recently employed as a program administrator for the Spokane Cily/Cuunty Employment Training Administration CETAI, Bumgarner was graduated from Gonzaga University in 1969 with a bachelor's degree in sociology. Following a three-year stint as an infantry officer in the United Slates Army he relurned to Spokane, earning his masters degree in business administration from Eastern Washington University in 1975. Mayor Johns, commenting on the selection committee's eandidate said, "You know, we went out all over the Northwest searching for qualified applicants...whal Tom l Bumgarnerl had are the keys to areas where we need connections, he knows his way around the city tSpokane) and the enunty...his credentials are impressive and I think the committee feels he'll do an outstanding job for the city." (00umh News St. Timothy's Episcopal St. Timothy's Episcopal Church will begin the new Church School year with a picnic on Sept. 5 at Wagner's on Clear Lake. The pot-luck picnic will be followed by an Evening Prayer Service and candle lighting. The opening day of Sunday School is on Sept.'12 and will include classes for pre-school through junior high, All classes will include a Bible-based lesson and coordinated crafts and are open to all children in the community. Services are at 9 a.m., followed by Sunday School at 10 a.m, The Episcopal Church welcomes visi- turs. l ,,   ,,,, ,,,,,,, ........ ,,,,,,,,,,, ,,, ............... ,. ,.. 1982 ,,*,,,, ......................................................... ,,,,, ,,,' ,,', ,,," CHARLES FRANK WEBSTER ( "n,l ,t'rcr Pre,, 2' ,/t, 7,7 ze Personal Representative r,,M,. ,/t,,,, West 602 Glass B,'tO It,m '.. ,w. H,,,,,,,,-,,,..,,,,,. Spokane, WA 99205 v,,,. .w PATRICK H. MURPHY Attorney for Estate MURPHY, BANTZ & BURY Attorneys at Law 631 Lincoln Building No. 82400970-1 August 2b-September 9, ]982 (RCW 11.40,010) SUPERIOR COURT, COUNTY OF SPOKANE, STATE OF WASHINGTON. In the Matter of the Estate of EILEEN ALLEN, NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased." No. 82400968-9 The undersigned has been appointed and SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHING- has qualified as Personal Representative of TON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE. the Estate of the above-named deceased. In the Matter of the Estate of VELMA F. Each person having a claim against the STRINGER, Deceased. deceased must serve the claim on the The undersigned has been appointed and undersigned PR or on the attorney(s) of has qualifiedaspersonalrepresentative(PR) record at the address stated below and must of the estate of the above named deceased. file an executed copy of the claim with the Each person having a claim against the clerk of the court within four (4) months after deceased must serve the claim on the the date of first publication of this notice or undersigned PR or on the attorney(s) of within four (4) months after the date of the recnrd at the address stated below and must filing of a copy of this Noticewith the clerk of file an executed copy of the claim with the the court, whichever is the later, or the claim clerk of the court within four months after the will be barred, except under those provisions date of first publication of this notice or included in RCW 11.40.011. within four months after the date of the filing DATE of filing copy of notice to creditors: of a copy of this notice with the clerk of the August 25, 1982. court, whichever is the later, or the claim will DATE of first publication: September 2, be barred, except under those provisions 1982. included in RCW 11.40.011. ROBERT W. NEILL Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: Personal Representative 'August 23, 1982. PAINE, HAMBLEN, COFFIN & BROOKE Date of first publication: September 2, 1200 Washington Trust Financial Center 1982. Spokane, WA 99204 DOUGLAS KIRK (509) 455-6000 Personal Representative September 2-16, 1982 795 Sunset Drive Pasco, WA 99301 GEORGE I. DIANA NOTICE TO CREDITORS Attorney for Estate West 430 Indiana No. 82400943-3 Spokane, WA 99205 SUPERIOR COURT, STATE OF WASHING- September 2-16, 1982 TON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE. In the Matter of the Estate of ARLENE E. WEBSTER, Deceased. NOTICE IS GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Subscribe personal representative of this estate. Per- sons having claims against the deceased are required to serve the same, duty verified, on the undersigned or the attorney of record at the address slated below and file the same with the Clerk of this Court, together with " proof of such service, within four months Churches after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of filing a copy of this notice with the Clerk of the Court, whichever is later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions of R.C.W. 11.40.011. Lake City Assembly of God DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: August 26, "Fellowship of the Unashamed'" 1982. 400 East Grace 299-3139 DATE OF FILING OF NOTICE: August 18, which eventually end up in court. , SUNDAYSERVICES 8.'00 a.m. Morning Worship IIIII II I III I "  9.'30a.m. Schoolof the Bible I Morning Worship I ,O:,Za.,. Mor.i.g Worship 2 SERVICES .... ""q.'f,,;O. 6.'OOp.m. Praise 0 Prayer I 8 & 10:45 A.M. Wed., Zp.m. Family Night I ,,THE MEANING OF WATER BAPTISM " Bryan Arneson. Pastor 299-3139 Pastor Arneson Speaking M.L. Community Church 1 p.m. FAMILY PICNIC N. 203WashingtOnsunday School 9.'45299-3286 (At Eastern Washington Bible Camp) Worship Hour 11:00 Family Night 7:00 Wednesday 3 p.m. Baptismal Service Christ'Centered Bible Believing (At Eastern Washington Bible Camp) , Max Geisdorf, Pastor (IFCA) For information call 299-3139 St. ,Jo_h.n' s L_utheran - _Ch{C_h Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Wayne alien, Pastor 2994771 S 223 Hallett, Med. Lake, 2992,t14 i'- ; St. Anne Catholic Church , ;: [ " MASSES 4u Sat. 6p.m. -- Sun. 8:30t lOa.n. Holy Days 9 a,m.  7p.m. "CORNER OF GRACE & WALKER" jr. r-,o.D ('rl,,l, Father Bernard Schiller 299-3139 MEDICAL LAKE, WA E. 708 Lake. Med. Lake, 299-3585 III I III I l l