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LAS$1FiE s Security AmmendmentsrPunl, Pa. Kick Will Affect People Over 65 C0nlesl T0 Be ....... 00oa00,y Oouoty o00or Held AI Ratcliffes &apos; by amendnlents made in the Social Security Act recently by Congress whether or not they receive social security m,ont,hly benefits. TRI-STATE REALTY, INC. 1st 10 Acres of the newly plotted High School Addi- is ready for your choice of home sites. Select one of or have your builder purchase your new home fr you. READY SOON Ira ore double entry homes by Bob Wilson Homes Inc. built on North Sixth. Pick your choice of fireplace paint colors now. GOOD BUY very comfortable home, electric heat. 2 choice large shop area for storage or garage. Full price Small down payment with reasonable monthly ACREAGE listed approx, 1 Acre very nice 2 bedroom home electric heat. Drilled well, 2 car garage and storage See this now it won't last. Full price $9850.00, dn. $1,000.00 Balance $85.00 per me. APPROX 5 ACRES bedroom home, electric heat, garage and shop area, system and water rights. This 'acreage will run head of beef plus hay and nice ,garden spot. Full $8950.00 only $1250.00 down, balance easy terms. APPROX 240 ACRES acres of cultivated land .and 120 acres of pasture NW of Cheney. Good add on unit for your farm. of leasing additional 160 acres. Call Bill Geschke or Lloyd Ham TRI-STATE REALTY INC. IST CALL 235-4778 CI'fENEY, WASH. SALE FOR RE N'I' 1 bedroom furnished ap., bedroom furnished apt. NEW HOMES washers and dryers. M, arried iaew district, 3 bdrm. couples only. 235-6647. 121 5th lg. beautiful kitchen a0tf range & dishwasher, 2 $110. Beautiful 4-bdrm country dble garage, avail- home, l/z way to Spokane, 1, ,available Sept. 15, for year or more, while owner abroad, 2 bdrm. du- Faculty or other responsible family. Furn. or unfurn. Ohil- dren welcome. MA 4-0207. a20tf 2 bedroom furnished art- ment. 705 First Street, 235- 6553. a27tf Large, beauul, new 2 bed- room apartment. Adults onJy. 23'5-4017. If no answer, call 235-6585. s3tf Two bedroom furnished house An entirely new program of health insurance for the aged will affect most Spokane Co,un- ty people 65 or over. The first part of this program, a basic plan of hospital insurance, will benefit practically all persons 65 or over. Tle second part of the program is a supplemen. medical phn in which people 65 or over must choo whether or not they may wish to enroll. 7% Increase Another change in the law will affect all those people rlloW 'getting monthly sotat FOUND Female Collie.type dog, white with brown:, on Cheney- Spangle road. Ph*one 235-4537. s10 Found--Female English pint- ca'. Call 235-6502. sl0 SPECIAL Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ao- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 4141/a First St., Cheney j19u INEXPENSIVE typing paper. 500 sheets 8 x 11 practice typing only 96c at The Free Press office, j29tfx Tyler Grange is giving a Stan- ley party to get silverware for their hal,1 Sept. 17 at 1:30. Everyone is welcome. If you can't come please telephone your order to Tyler 239. sl0p ' WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoeo Service, Phone BE 5-4400. tf Dependable child care, my home. 235-6580. s3-10 Ch, ild care in my home, 21/2 years or over. Mrs. Wad- ding%an, 235-6294. s10-17 Tailoring in my home, any: time. Very familiar with military tailoring. Reasonable. Rella Heiydt, 235-6680. sl0p FOR SALE OR TRADE 40" G. E. electric cange 222 N. 4th St., 235-4470. sl0p HELP WANTED--FEMALE Help Wanted-Female Avon Calling. Help pay Xmas bi,lls representing World's largest cosmetic company. Xmas line just eom'mg out. One territory open. Earn $2-4 an hour. Call KE 5-3497 col- lect or write S. 5909 Martin,[ Spokane, Wash. sl0i security benefits. This is the 7 percent increase in be,ne- fits, which is effective ben- ning Jan,uary 1965. In Sep.tem- ber, beneficiaries will re- ceive an extra check re,pre- sen,ting the difference be- tween the new and old rates back to January. There is no need to come to the district ofce in order to get the bene- !fit increase; this will be done automatically. Other Changes Other important changes made in the social security law this year include: Pe'mitting widows to re- ceive a reduced benefit a's early as age 60. Paying benefits to children after they re, ach 18 until they reach 22 if they are attending school full-time. Providing for an automatic re figuring of a worker's mo,nthly benefit if he has earn- ings from work after becom- ing eligibl.e for benefits to find out if the additional earn- ings will increase hi's payment. Authorizing benefits or certain: persons 72 or older ho did not have enough work credit to get b enefits i )reviously. Adjusted the social security contribution rates for employ- ees, empl:oyers, and se.lf-em- ployed persons. Also cvtab- lished a new contribution to finance hospital insurance for the aged, and raised the earn- ings base on which these con- tributions are paid from $4800 to $6600, beginnin,g with 1966. Additional Benefits Authorized benefits for cer- tNn divorced wives and sur- viving divorced wives of de- c'eased workers, who were de- pendent on their frmer hus- bands. Increased the amount of earn,ings a beneficiary can have without having all bene- fits withheld, starting in 1966. Changed the definiti.on of disbiIity contained in the law and made other changes in [ this program. [ Covered cash tils for social [security purposes under cer- [tain .conditions, beginning I Jan., 1966. Covered sef-employment eaa, ning from the practice of medicine. Provided for the payment of benefits, at a reduced rate, to widows and widowers who re- m.ary. The Social Secuiity Office in Sokane, is located at North 1420 Washington, and the tele- phone number is TE 8-3361. Cheney area boys from 8 through 15' can pit their foot- ball skills agaiqn!st thousands of other boys through,out the rmtin in tbe fifth annual Punt, Pass & Kick competition w'hich wilt culminate with a trip to Washington, D. C., and to .an appearance at the Nat- tonal Football League phy- off bowl game for the o9 12 winners. Sponsored nationally by the Perd Dealers of America a'ntd the National Football league, the Punt, Pass & Kick conpe- titian --ar PP&K -- will be staged in Cheney by. Ratlift Ford. Gheney boys wil be tested for their ability to punt, pass and place-kick ,on the same day as legions of other boys all over the country. For 8-, 9 and ]0-yea,r olds, warm-up jackets, hehnets ,and footballs will be iven a,s first, second and third prizes far each age r3up. Boys 11, 12 a,atd 13 will receive gold, silver, and bronze tro,phies. There wit.1 be 18 prizes in all. Sco,res throughout the conn. try then will be compared to determine the six top win, nets in each ,of the 362 Ford zones --,a total of 2,172 zone win- ners. Zone winners will meet in 37 Ford District competitions at which 222 district champ- ions will win trophies. The i 222 runners-up also will re- ceive trophies. All 222 district clmmpions l compete for ,area champion:ships to be held in he 14 NFL-city areas. The 42 eastern NFLarea champi will c0npete in D aIhs, Texas, on Saturctay, Dec. 11, to decide the sx eastern diviNon charapiens (,one for each age group). The 42 western NFL-,area champ- ions will compete in, Los An- geles, Calif., on Saturday, Dec. 18, to determine tle six west- ern division eh,ampions (one for each age roup). The six eastern NFL divis- ion champions, and the six western divisi chamoons, accompanied by their toohers and fathers, will go on a "Tour of Ohampio" to Washington, D. C. They then will travel to Mami, Fla., site of the an- nu, a,1 NFL Play-Off Bowl me, for bait-time competition to determine the six National PP. &K clmplon, s. Don Helm of Ratcliffe Ford pointed out that PP&K in- volves no body ctmtact, there is no elarge for e,nte,rin, g and no special equipme is need- ed. "Registration will be open from Sept. 1 through Oct. 8," he said, "with Rateliffe Ford all included fire place. Let one payments. Ren- Property close to Good net return. Widmer Realty 1207 N. Wash. 15th, 1600 square home. Elec. kithen range, dish- double gor- Ed Doten Real Es- 1st St., Phone 235- al3tf gay girl -- ready for after cleaning car- Blue Lustre. Rent $1. Holmes sl0 house with appliances. Fenced 616 Villard, Che- jy30tf land typewter, and 120-bass accor- 235-4966. sl0p Stove, refrigerator, bedroom set, mis- Call Saratoga 3- 3-2482: sl0 built-in oven and Still in hexes. $120.00 sl0 box spugs and; with metal ffane. ! $95.00. Call after 5 p.m. sl0 E. automatic dryer, $3"/.50. Also washer, $20.00. 235- s10-17 Stove in very $15.00. Cal 235- 5 p.m. sl0 furniture ad applian- on consignment Shop, 504 Ist street, and brouse, sl0 Pilot amph. COme work, good turn- bookcase, speaker, s10-17 2-1x)n truck, 15' 8" 6" wide fiat bed. See G'lass, Spolane, sl0 Phone WA sl0p Tailer House, partly furnished. s3 lmme, one bed- evening, 235-4043 sl0tf Comman:der condition, new KE 5-13'91. s10-24p at Fish lake. Auto. washer & dryer inlcluded, 235-4126. s3p 1 2-bedroom pt., and one 3- bedroom apt. 120 H street, or call Tyler 272. s3p Older home, tarnished $60 a moth. Phone 235-6581. s3 Small apartment for rent. Also sleeping room by week or month. Close dwntown. Phone 235-4785. 612 First St. s3-10p Three room.s upstairs, furnish- ed. Married couple or older single person. Quiet, reference. 124 2nd, phone 235--6544. sSf 2 bedroom unfurnished mod- ern apt. electric heat $40 mo. See F. M. Wars<m, Four Lakes, Wash. sl0-3op 3 bedroom older home, range, refrigerator, close $0 cl- :lege and schools. 6th at Cedar $75. 235-4626. s10-24 Furnished apt. 3 rooms and bath $45.00 irm. wator. Oou- ple preferred. Call 235.6566 or 235-4119. slop 5-rm urffu,roished, 2 ,lmuse, modern, newly decor-' ated. 235-4464. s3-10 2 bedroom louse, . and re- trigrater ,and wter fur- nished, 235-4006. sl0 One bedroom uned paTtmen for sirgle woma or married couple. Private en- tra, nce, firephce, view, elee- ta'ic heat, Iaundry and sorage, near College. Plmne 235-4455. sl0tf lodern 3 bedroom family room, electric 'heat, uaffur- nis0ned ,4 miles from Ohhey. 85.00 a month. 235-6530. sl0 WANTED Oarage near college.  eves. Frank Gaffrey, Sutto Hall. sl0p AUCTION SALES Ye Otde Auction Sat. 7 p. m. Stoves, Refrig., Washers. all kinds of furture bought and sold at auction or off the floor every day. Antiques, wagon wheels etc. 235-4516. s3tf Art Point Invttadom can help make youur Im- portant eveat a woa&d ucces=l Invltatlom that wlU add quality and social correctness to your weddtnl. Vb/lnh Coea', etiquette, booklet "Now that you ate h .ltd" 0a my helpful suggestion= tad lad. mm ddi.cl on imperator Kcid customs befute sad after the wecal Y.ach bride.to-be rag), have a opy; Call for )'ours. The Cheney Free Press I I I Friday September 10, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 as registration headqtraers. "In 1964, PP&K's fourth year, 601,459 boys entered the competition," he said, "a pro- gram which has received the commerdation of the Presi- d,cnt's Counei.1 on Youth Fit- ness." Mr. Helm s'aid entrants will k,e judged on distance a,:=!d ac- curacy ,of their punting, pass- ing ,and kicking. Points will be awarded for eaoh foot of dis- tance the ball traveJs on the fly, and points will be sub- traeted for each foot the ball lard's to the right ov left of a center line. The Cheney com- petition will be held at Fisher Pield o Sattwday, Oct. 9. NEWS BRIEFS lu-. and Mrs. F. N. Iebve eatertain.ed as Sun@ay dimaer guests Mrs. Jennie Learner and two children of Oakland, C,aif., Mr. and Mrs. H(ta" Hendon and Mr. and Mrs. Vi, r- gil Bank and daughters, Jen- me Loome:r a teacher in. the O,a'and schools ,has spent the summer here and returned to Califoenia, this week. Mrs. "Mary Ashwort'h, 'Mrs. ,a, rtha Davis and "Mrs. John Bauer trod Sun&ay di,rmer at the Lorgh, orn, then wen t0 Loon hke to el,sit with the Walter Wils3n family. Talking comes by nature, si- lence by understn, ding. WILLIAM B. IUNKER 905 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. ','8090 In the Superior Court of the State of Washin'ton in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN W. HUNTLEY, deceased. State of Washirgto, County of Suo- kane.-- es, Notice is hereby given that Helen L. Huntley, the Administratrix of the LV)ve estate, has rendered and preented for set- tlemet to, and filed in the Superior Court of Sokane County. State of Wash. a Final Account as such Administra- trix, and a petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property 1o the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Hele L. Huntley, and that Friday the 15th day of October, 1965. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the our ro(m oi tur ,a|,l . u |)er* ,or --o,'t. in lh Citx c  k he. in aid Spokane County, has heerl duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final Account and PetiHon for Distri- button, at which time and place any person interested in said estate m appear and file his exceptions in writ- ing thereto and contest the same. Dated this 1Oth day of September, 1965. George Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Oourt By R. D. Tucker, Deputy. (Sept. 10-24) JO3EPH NAPPI $09-1| Radio Cntral Blug, Svokane SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the Hen. Superior Court of Spo- kane County, cm the 7tb day of Septem. ber, 1965, by the Clerk thereof, in the case of First Natiorml Bank of Shawnee- town, a corporation Plaintiff versus Melvin L. Autrey and Mary Jane Autrey, hnsband ar wife Defendants, :No. 179- 034, and to me, as Sherriff, 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 Simriff's Sales. to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. or the 15th day of Octo- ber, 1965. at South Courthouse door, Spo- kane in Spokane Cun, ty, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and interest of the above ;named defendants r* and to the following described real property, to-wit : The East half of Lot 2 in Block 43 of Boulevard Park Addition o Spo- kane, as per plat thereof recorded in Volume "M" of Plats, page 48; situate it, the City rind f))unty of Spokane, ,Vashinton To satisfy a judgment in, favor of IOirst Natimal Bank in Shawneetown, a eorlx)ratioa' and against Melvin L. Autrey and Mary Jane Autrey, husband wd wife Amountir*g to Six Thousand Six Hundred Thirty-one and 78/100 ($6.631.78) dollars ($6,667.19 less $35.41), with inteerst at 5A per cent Per annum from May 1, 1965 'to date of judgment and $500.00 attorney's fees and $24.60 costs amt increased costs plus $26.00 title expense, with inter- st on attorney's fees. costs & judg- ment at 6% per anr*hm from Septem- ber 7, 1965 to date of sale. Given under my hand, this 8th dy of September, 1966. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy Joseph Nappi. Plairtiff's Attorney (Sept 10-Oct. 1) Realty Cheney 1961 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. HTP, Factory 3 spe, on the floor. This is an exceb lent car and priced to sell. 1963 Ford Galaxie 500 Fordor. Turquoise in color. Small' V-8 motor. Power steer- ing. Cruise-O-Matte transmission. One owner car and very nice. 1961 Ford Galaxie 500 Town Sedan One owner, Spokane car. It has a V-8 motor. Cruise.O. Matlc transmission, Power steering and radio. 1960 Ford Galaxie Town Sedan. One owner car with V-8 motor, Cruise-O- Matic transmissions power steering and a radio. 1961 Ford Fairlane ' With a radio and an economical 3 speed standard trans. 1959 Ford Country Sedan One owner with V-8 motor, Crulse-O.Matic transmissions radio and I#s of extras. Priced to sell. Call us for an ap- pointment. Call us for an appointment Ivan Kerr -- 235-4172 Jack Liddell -- 235-6850 and office First & G Streest 235-4409 235-4564 Cheney Motor Co.