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NT Rates--5 cents per 75c minin,m (or Minimum adv. not will carry a 15 bedom with eating of buit4ns, vacant Morlan, Widmer 4-1288. Best loca- a28ff bedroom, large kit- eating space. Is Ken orla, MA 4-1288. 28tf bedroom year- Lake home, built-ins, sell, terms. 4.30 p. m. jyl7tf good order, tirade. Can- 5&apos;15 "C" St. S Hotpoir,t dryer. Mrs. Lloyd s4 Plmne 235- s4 complete, good type, 1 copper pipes and fan new, 40-,inch bookcase. 235- s4 3rd ir base: and awnings. between 9:30 and 5:00. s4tf cl morn- s4 aTes, hffe 3 hr. buiR4 range, kitchen, oil fur- large barn, fenced, Lake: TE 8- s4-18 kittens. Call or see t 1603 $4-11p SMe 1 bedroom 4 N. 4th. Phone $4-11 house trailer 8X kitchen, 2 bed- furnished, good condi- A7-28p WOMEN WANTED--Pa time typing at home. $30 to $60 weekly. Send resume and hours available. BKPR Box 36365 Hoqsten, Texas. a14-s4 R. N.--7 to 3 shift. Aply C!he- Ea$l(heney By Anna Phillips Mr. arrd Mrs. C. W. Brewn had their dauglter, Mrs. Betty May, and her frierM, Mss Lily DeCiair, both of noise, Idaho, as recertt house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamp- ton and son, Jason, visited Mrs. Anna Phillips one atter- neon last week. SLIDES SHOWN Mr. and Mrs. Joe Labish and family and Mrs. Da,vid Thies- sen and baby spent one eve- n,ng hst week with Mr. nd hey Nursing H,ome. 235-6549. Mrs. John Labish arrd family. s4 The John Labishes and Mrs. Th,iessen showed ,slides of Yel- Wanted--baby ,sitter for two litle girls while mother at- tends classes. 23'5-4040. s4-11 Wanted--Coulle to mart, age de- Jluxe pt's in Spokarte, 1 b}ock to sh,opping and bus, 16 in.ties to Cheney. Very gaod d.el to the right co,uple. 235- 6374. s4 FOR RENT 2 bedroom trailer for rest. Ab}eman's Trailer Park. 235-4969. A21tf RertM oytl,on$125.00 mont, 3 bedroom, full basement. Avai}able in October. earl 235- 4175. a28ff RENTAL OI=qON----4 bedroom tri-leve!, 1% b.ths. n new district. Ken Morhn, Widmer Realty, MA 4-1288. a28tf Studio apa,rtmerttfor eat, fr- n, iShed. 228 Wet 5th. Oall 235-6863. a28-s4 Attractive trailer space for rent. Also 2 bedroom and 3- bedroom tr.ai,les. Winter rates till June 1965. Picnic Pines on Silver Lake SA 3-422. a28ff Two bedroom lmuse, conveni- ent lacadhn, easy to --heat. Call 235-4006. a28k Small two-bedroom fmm,ied lmuo, $50,00 moth. Oall 235-4161. $4-11 House For Rnt 3 bedroom house, 235-6581. S4tf Furnished two 'bedrooxn house 'at Fish Lake, iaclurg au. washer and dryer. 23'5-4126. s4p __ Foe rent, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom furmshed apart- ments. $50 ,and $60. 235-6553. s4tf 2 bedroom ,ho,use close to schools and town. 235-4494, 624 Second St. s4p SPECIAL lowstone Park arid other pints of irterest of tler recent I trip. Oher guests were Mr. and Mrs W, al, t er lu n I pp a d Mr., and Mrs. Gordon Hodson, . The,| Joe Labish family soent last t SuHday with Mr. a'nd Mrs. Tm | Labish said family. | 4-H CLUB TO MEET The Bast Oheney 4H eluh will hold the first meeting Sept. 7th at 7 p.m. in the East Cheney grange haI. All mem- bers are requested to be pres- ent and have their record books up to date. FAIR ENTRIES  Those atten,ding county 4-H cmp at Heyburn, Idaho, we.re Jtdy Babb, Mary Boo:, Car- i olyn Oamp and IAda I-Iar,e Linda won a campshp,. Last Wednesday f, ov_r members en- tered the 4-H county dress re- view at Trent school. Judging took place in the ften,oon n,d the gir],s modeled their dresses in the everdng. En- tries :and aards were us fol- For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer :'E THIS need or use. Help Us To Help home, di- The Poor. For pickups call BE with eating 5-6814. jl8tf sized living room Will pay a good price for US ace. Electric heat, at- and Canadian coins. Free ap- ge, beautifully praisal if you do not wish to paid. sell. 414 First St., Cheney appointment. HOME jlgtf s. Furnished com- Madame Lola. Phrenologist- range and I Love, m,arria:ge, business, Washer and dryer, nxi,rtd readings, 7921 E. Tent, nee to college. WA 6-9034. a28tf $2,5OO.OO $65.00 per Have a Custom flume built-- Good selection of R)ts in nev GESCHKE - district. Impio.vements are in,. Realty Inc. We will arrange for yes" fi- RI 7-3047 nartcing. Ken Morlan, Widmer Wash. Realty. MA 4-1288. a28tf a21-28 Become a Beauty Advisor for lows: Lirtda Hardie, blue rib- bon; lary Boots, bkte arm red ribbons; Delois Stdzer, blue ribbon, and Carolyn C,a m p, blue ribbon. Carolyn was also .phced in the eminal judy- my. Twentv-three per cent of diphther'ia Cases occur among persons beyond ,high school .age. CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate saled bid propos- als are avatabl.e for education- at equipmertt and/or spplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room ] 21, Showa.lter HMI. Proposal forms may be ob: tained a the bove office. T. T. Wall Director of Purcashg. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) T. G. PATTERSON 628 ONB Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Execution issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spokane County, on the 28th day of August, 1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of Charles E. Gemberling and Lela A. Gem- berling, husband and wife Plairtiff versus Henry Weitz and Elsie Weitz husband and w fe; James Wa]ch, Conrad G. Walch and Martha Walch; Pacific orthwest Bell Telephone Company; Henry Weitz, Sr. and Mary Weitz, husband and wife; Northwest Mutual Life Insurance Com- pany Defendarts No. 173976, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit : At te o'clock a.m. onthe 16th day of October, 1964 at South Courthouse Door, Spokane, in Spokane County. in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above named defendant in ar*d to the following described real property, to-wit : Outstanding Playtair 0pens Lots 4 to 9 inclusive in Block 201 EAST SIDE SYNDICATE ADDITION IConvocation Today At Spokane IP Theroug'hbred rcirtg returns ._rooram Set the Inland Empire today as Ten convocation pgrms, in which some af the leading attractions of the lecture cir- cuit wikl be ,heard, will. be of- fered by Eastern Was, hington State Callege duxing 1964-65. All ,of the programs will be held irt Shoalter Audito,rium on the EWSC camp,us in Ohe- ney during the dtaytime but at various hurs. Adm4ssion is free for all wogmns. Opening Oct. 29 t 8:30a.m. will be Raphael Green with a fim,lecture, "Aftmnistan Malcolm Mu,ggevidge, the brilliant and stivicM com- nlenta, tor on our times and he former editor of Purmh, the British humor magazine, will speak on "A Fool's Eye View of the World," Nov. 5 at 1:30 p.m. The interrtatiorally mus foreign correspondent and au- thor of the tog-Yt&ne b e st seller, "The Rise and Pall of the Third Reich," Wlliam L. Shirer, will speak Nov. 19 at 10:30 a.m. ,on "Russia and Get- manse, Key to the Future." Aother fiIm-lecture, "The Buckles and the Far West," dth leetttrer-biologist-autlmr- photographer Norm Wakeman, i will be shown Dee. 4 at 11:30 a.m. A Stanford UHiversRy gz,adtmte and professor of bi- ology at Pasadena State Cal- lege, Wakcman has contributed wildlife fil:ms to the W Dis- ney True Life Adventlres and many television uh<mrs. First convocati,on of 196'5 will be Jan. 14, when Dr. Rob- ert Scalapirm, ,one of the fore- nl,ost Amer$can sclml,ars in the field of foreign affairs:, speaks on "The Crss in American Far Eastern Policy." The pro- gram will start at 2:30 p.m. Cuba Featured Third fim.lecture of the year, Robert Cohen with "Inside Csto's Cuba," will be pre- sented Jan. 21 at 2:30 p.m. Traveting with authorization by the US. State Department, Cohen returned from Cu'ba with the first feature length documenta.ry made there by an American since Castro came to power. ! Jessica Milford, e' best- setliag author whose book, "T h e American Way of Death," excRed conversation all over tn, e country when it was published in 1963, will be the Feb. 4 lecturer. Her pro- gram will ,start .at 9:30 a.m. Eric SrMn_on and Janet Ca'w- der, British dramatic stars, w il 1 present a program of dramatic recitals, "Men, Wo- men ,and Poets," avc,h 4 at 11:30 a.m. A womn physician and v:riter, Han Suyi author of "A Many Splendored Thing" and six other noe:is, will speak Aplil 1 at 2:5'0 p.m. on "The Many Paces of Asia." Final convocation program of the year will be April 15 when Dr. Rielard McLanathan will present a program on "Art Behind the Iron Curtain" starting at 8:30 a.m. Playfair race course open dts 41-day season with a ,gamma our- day Ibor Day weekend shte. The Spokane oval, sporting a new modern look, w,R1 begin its :run which will ca ry thrrough Nov. 2 with pogvam,s on Friday Satm-day and Sun- day and a 10-race Lbor Day c.ard whLeh will featttre the $2,000 added Havvest Hatdi- cap. Post t,nle duig the early portion of the autttmn session will be 2:3'0 p. m. on weeldays arid 2 o'clock on Saturdays and Journey," an adenture in the Surdays. rugged country that extends The richest race in Play,air for 700 miles along the lyon history, the $4,250 added Spo- Curtain. kane Futurity, st for Sun&ay, Muggeridge Coming Oct. 4, will head'ne an atac- :tive stakes roster vhic,h ,o :wLtl include such outstandin,g events as the $4,000 added Playfair Mile and the $3,000 added Spokane Derby. The Fu- turity is expected to gross i,n excess of $7,000, a Playhir high. Red Reese Supporting Dan Evans W. B. "Red" Reese, one of! the state's outstanding sports coaches, was today mavaed cha'n, man of the Eastern Vs,h- i:ngton Citizen's Committee for Dan Evans. The nnounce- merit by G.ordgn S. Clinton, state chmrman, cited Reese as a man of ou*standirtg ahih'ty .and reputation. "Red" Reese retired last ]arch, end,trig .a career of 39 zests as a sloe-is coach, and 32 ears at Eastern WaShington )tale Ootlege. He has been ac- elainmd for ; sports, activity, havirg coached teams in 1,227 ehle,tic contests. Now eg,aged in a farm un'd city property firmncin busi- ness m Othto, Reese l been taking same .time for leisure travel for himsel and his wife, Carvaen. In assumizg the vokm,teer post as Eastern Washington Chairman f the Citizen's Con- mittee for Dan Evns, Reese sMd, "From my career in ed- ucation, ! can see every day the urgent need for expd,ed facilities for hiher eduaNon. Our young peop4e, those ho bold the key to our futm'e, are beirg turned ,away for lack of facilities. "Dn Evans is the one can- (idate with a realistic .and pro- gressive p).an for the develop- i m,ent of our col,leges, commun- ity colleges, and uiverities. In his eight years in the House .ef Rewesentatives, 'h,e h,s been a leader in legisl, ati,an to better education. "Our health in the future is also told in our physical fit- ness. Dan Evans, I'm proud to say is a sportsman as we as being an o.utstandin,g legisla- tor." Reese will work actively in support ,of Dan Evans for the Repub]:ican gubernatorial nomination, first f,or >rima'y., Sept. 15. CARD O= THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere thanks and appreciation to our manv friends who were comlany ,and earn up to $5-00 of Spokane and State of Washington Congressman Sees so kind to liS during our recent immaculate 2 beautiful $8,25O. North lkmie Lake, Wash.. al4f home on cot baths. Priced to Ral Eate, 424 al4tf on of new- Doten Real Es, St., 235-4050. al4f 3' bedroom home lot. Looks like basemen. Boron Real St., 235-4050. al4tf 2 bedrooms up, Ree. Room with, Caedval eefl-i tleling, drapes a 235-4425. a14ff TO RENT by EWSC po- newer Robert Peterson, ]3eck, Rt. 2, Mis- jy31tf K WANTED motor re Conoco Servic WANTED fmous Hollywood cosmetic "A" an hour ul'l or part time. I To satisfy a judgment in favor of: will show you how. Wxite Box Hem:y Weitz Sr., and Mary Weitz, hus- band and wife and Charles E. Gem- "J" c/o Free Press. S4tf berling and Lela A. Gemberlin'g, husband When your phone rings you may receive a $12 dry clean- ing card for onty $3.95. This card will entitle you to $1.00 worth of free dry cleaning each month for the .next 12 months. You will also receive a nice hou,sehoM item when the ,girl delivers yo: card. City Dry Cleaners, C;heney. 235- 4732. s4p If you elect Mike Cranfin, Che- ney and EWSC will ,lave a voice in the state le#slture. s4 BrilXiant "WAYNE MOflSE the DARK HORSE write-in for PresMent" bumper sUck- ers sent free on request. 1023 1st Ave. Seatt, le, Wash. Political ad paid for by Ar- thur C. Dewitt Demoomt for U.S. Senate. S4p LISTINGS NEEDED On Houses ,and Parm y "= Call Evenintgs 235-4762 M-M REALTY, INC. West 929 Sprague, Spokane RI 7-7116 S4ff Oall t 317 D LOST for further in-: s4 Lost Friday, Aug. 28 Welch to Spokane, in the City and Ooun, ty bereaven.ent. and wife and against: Henry Weitz and Elsie Weitz, husband and wife Amount- ing to: Thirty Four Thousand Four tfundred Seventy One and 78/100 ($34,- 471.78) dollars with interest at 6 per cent per annum from August 26. 1964. "W' To satisfy a judgment in favor of Henry Weitz Sr., and Mary Weitz, hus- band and wife and Charles E, Gember- ling and Lela A. Gemberling, husband and wife and against Henry Weitz and Elsie Weitz, husband and wife Amounting to Twenty Five Thcsand Forty Seven and 16/100 ($25,047.16) dollars with interest at 6 per cent per antrum from August 26. 1964 and $2,500.00 attorney's fees and $50.80 costs and increased costs, with interest nn attorney's fees and costs at 6% per annum from August 26, 1964 to sale. Given under my hand, this 2nd day of September, 1964. William J. Retlly, Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, Deputy. T. G. Patterson,, Plaintiff's Attorney (Sept 4-25) JOHN L. DAVIS 704 W. Firet, Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7827 It* the Supertor Court of the State of Washington in and for the Oounty of Svokane. In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGIANA M. AOEY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been' appointed Executor of the above etate in this Court. and has qualified accordingly, and that all person having elalnm against said deceased, are required to aerVe claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 219 Harvard Avenue, Seattle, Washington or upon John L. Davis the attorney of rec- ord at his office at 704 W. First Ave- rme, Spokane, Washington a r d file such claim, with l)roof of such service tn the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Wash., within six months after the first 1)ublieatlo of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 4th day of Septeraher. 1964. Terrence J. Lacey Executor of the above estate. John L. Davis, Attorney 704 W. First Avenue, Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 4-18) terrier, black and tan, we- ,haired 7.me female, 15-20 lbs. King C0lnty tag. R. G. Ttmmp- son 108 Cedar St. 235-4117 $4 ' r , l lh s. Violet Ford [P0mble Exten$mn [ Mr. arid Mrs. Ted Boberg and [ family 480 [Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Henson 0f Public ta , and family 7 J Mr. and Mrs. Donald 1ord and Congressman Walt Horan  family, sp sid today from his office in Washington, D. C., tla the legislative schedule o,f the House of Representatives next week is extremely heavy. He said, "Amongthe bils to be considered is a bill vchich I spon, sored authorizing the con- struction of the Whitestene Coulee project in Okanogan County. Also to be cnsidered is a bill pI,ovidin,g for the ex- tension of Pu,blic Law 480, which is of vital importance to the wheat growers in our district." Horan reported tNat legiM- tion deaRng with ame,rMmen to the Railroad Retirement Act and pertmnittg to .the ue of certain food addive. Horan stated that heis Impe- fu that the Seate will ser- iously couider the important reaoporti'onment l eis!2on [ len Con4re,ss rer,vaesl next weeK. This is one of tirol most important matters, fac'mgl the Crgress and .aetio. slmuld ! be completed on th gla, [ tion before adjotnmeat. [ Heron stated' that he wmfld[ remain in Washington until[ adjourr,ent. He said, "as [ much as I would enjoy retttrn-[ irtg home .and campaigning on] my owrn bch*af, I will remain i !n Waslnonuntil tr work J is done. TMs week,  m wrk-] ing with my Repb ol-[ leagues working on the -ea,1 [ bill yet to be considered so that [ action oan be taken on them ext week.' THE CHRISTIA[I Accurate Complete News Coverage i Year $24 6 Months $1Z 3 Months $6 Clip this advertisement, end return it with your chuck or money ordur to: The Christian Sdenee Monitor One Nory Street Boston, Moss. 02115 PB-1 Fr_day, September 4, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 NEW MINISTERThe Rev. Phillip L. Eisenhauer is the United Church of Christ pastor in Cheney. Mr. Eisenhauer, who suc- ceeds the Rev. Charles Dittmar, will del;ver his first sermon Sunday. Hew Minister gallons tm',oughout the state Will Deliver Sermon Sunday The Rev. Philip L. Eisenhau- er, called l:ast May by t'he mem- bership of the Undted Church of Christ in Chertey o becme its pastor, has arrived in the city and taken residence in the manse ,at 504 G St. Mr. Eisenhauer, who suc- ceeds Charles D,ittmar, will de- liver his first sermon vom he Cheney pulpit Sun, dcas, at the 11 a. m. service. r. Eisenihaur comes to Cheney from the past ova, he of tbe Lake Hills Cmmunity Umted Church of Christ in Bs,1- levue, where he served for eight years. The congregation w founded there urder ,his direction and grew from a fledgling missiorary .eraniza- tion to its present strength of mere than 300 member, s, wiL'h facilities valued ,at mare than $220,000, including the new nave dedicated last year. The R ev. Eisenhauer served as first moderater of the Wash- ington North ldaho Conference of the United ChurCh o C'ist upon its formation last year, and in tins capacity has be- come acquairted wi,h many m chu,roh members arrd centre- and region. Nebraska Native Mr. Eisenhauer is a ,graduate of Hasting Col}eye in Nebraska (his native state) and recaived ,his theological ,training at Eden Theologieai Seminary in St. Louis, Me. Pevious church s- sigments incude two :Fears as assistrtt to the minister, with responsibHity for youth work, at the Presbyterian Chm'ch in Grand Island, Nob.; a year's service at. Caroline Mission, a neighborhood house in St. Louis, with emphasis on adult work and .eangelism; ad five summers associatkm wth the Natiortal Parks miita, y staff in Yosemite, Oa,f. Mrs. Eisonuer, the former Batricia Patted,san, whose far, h- ey is superintend.ent of sclmo in Estes Park, Colo., slares her husband's interest in Ohristin education and has served the state conference in a variety of eapacities in this are of v;ork and has joined ,him i, youth summer camp direction. The Eienhauer family in- ciudes Lynn, 7, a secortd gad- er .at Betz School; John, 5, in the Betz kindergarte,n; Kay, 3, and Jane Patricia, 2 months c4d. Eisehauer's .hobbie inule woodeavtn, mountaJnring, : fly-yirg and ",teting", and the c(fllection of American Indian l0re ,and artifacts. (Paid Advertiseu',ent) HOMEWORKCampaigning is e busy but pleasant task for Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Cronin, who make their headquarters at home. The Cronins will be guests at the coffee hour to which Cheney area residents are invited, 8:00 p. m. Thursday, Septem- ber lOth, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rajala on the highway, north of the Marshall Road intersection. Cronin is a Fifth District candidate for State Representative. Goodwill Industries EMPLOYS THE HANDICAPPED "Have you ever wondered what you would do if you could not get a job due to some handicap. Today 125 handicapped folks, Inland Empire people, working at Goodwill faced this problem. Your repairable discards of clothing and household items gave them an answer. Send all repairable items to Goodwill where they help to do the most for people  handicapped people." CALL MRS. VIOLET SHARPE, 235-6608 FOR A TRUCK PICKUP. You can relax when you're covered by o Victor Wilson Insurance