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NT DISTRICT--3 bedroom Ktteheal with eati Lots of buiR-ins, vacant 1. Ke,r Morlan, Widmer MA 4-1288. Best loca- i $7950. a28tf two beseem, Large kit- with eating space. Is to schos. Ken Merino, Realty, MA 4-1288. a,28tf two bedroom year- Williams Lake home, lot, frontage, bttiLt-ias, Must sell, terms. after 4.30 p. m. jyl7tf house, 3rd in base- , fireplace, uminum windows 'and awnings. 235-4140 between 9:30 and or .after 5:00. s4tf 20 acres, Large 3 br. cr garage, buiR-#a varge, hrge kitchen, .'tfil fur-! fireplace, large barn, water rights, fenced, to Silver Lake. TE 8- ; with 75 minimum o_ FOR RENT Minimum adv. not/Reral opti.on--$125.00 month, cash will carry a 15 / 3 bedroom, full basement. charge. /Available in October. Pall 235- -- 4175. a28t SALE RENTAL OPTION--4 bedroom' tri-leve!, 11/a baths, bn new district. Ken MorLan, Widmer Realty, MA 4-1288. a28tf Attractive trailer space for rent. Als0 2 bedroom and 3- bedroom trailers. Winter rates till June 1965. Picnic Pines on Silver Lake SA 3-4242. a28Lf Two bedroom house, conveni- ent location, easy to heat. Call 235-4006. a28tf House For Rent 3 bedroom house, 235-6581. S4tf Furnished two ,bedroom house Eat Fish Lake, includin,g auto. asher and dryer. 235-4126. sll 5' bedroom house. Box 62, Bay- view, Id:ah'o, sllp 2 bedroom apartment ag Four Lakes, east of grade school $45 per me. part furnished. I1U 3-4778. sllp % Duplex, furnished, on high- s4-181 way west, 2 miles from col- ' Sa:le--Siamese kittens. Call-ll lege. Phone 235-4960. Elmer A. ,5-4557 or see ag 1603}Tiedt" slltf ad, Chen ey__. - _ S4-11p/Furnished, heated apts., for Rent or Sale-- 1 bedwom: rent. 235-4447. N. 10 7th. 304 N. 4th. Phone sll-18p $4-11 Clean one bedroom furnished bedroom house; large liv- Ug room with ,hardwood and fireplace, electric Seep'rag porch, block college. $5,500, terms. 23'5-6659. sllp Scout uni.orm, size 14. sll OadiiLac 4 door sedan, ex- eeptiormlly clean, motor just tires 75%. 235- Vrgit Bonk. slllSp 20" bicycle. $8. 235-4949. Erie. sllp round 3 bedroom home Silver Lake. Thermopane ]anelling electTic fireplace, double garage, ' apts., ground floor $40. Four Lakes apts. at Four Lakes. sll-18p Small house, one bedroom and child's room. Autom,aic heat. Full basement. Refrigerator & stove. RI 7-5091. s41p HELP WANTED Baby sitting and some light housekeeping, 75c hr. 1-4. 235-4002. sl 1 ganted. Reliable bzby sitter for 9 month baby girl, 5 days week. Ca!l ,after 5:30. 235-6620 sllp SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Sect- beach, dock a,n,d boat ety, things you no longer beautifully Landscaled, need or use. Help Us To Help well, 20 mimates to The Poor. For pickups call BE on new freeway, $17,- Sage, SA 3-4245. sll rabbits 60c poun,d pan ready, 0elivered. SA 3-3093 sll-25p Corvair Monza. A-1 con(fi- Phone 235-4169, sl1-18 sale--Electric ra,rge. In- quire at 706 7th Street, Che- f'etc, sll-18p "---=.._.__ o bedroom house, dose in. f Space heater with controls, Our or five rooms. 235-6863. sll SEE THIS  Lovely 3 bedroom home, di- ing room, kitchen with eating Nice sized living room MORRISON & HUPPIN 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77867 In the Super,or tourt of the State )I r Washington, in and for the County Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HANS HERRLINGER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- ,in.ed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in tiffs Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all ersons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, wilh netessary vouchers upon tbe undersigned at 604 Fidelity Building, Spc:ane, Washington or upon Morrison & Huppin, D. N. Morrison, of counsel the attorney of record at his office at 604 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of poJ:llne, ashlngton, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they ill be forever brred. Date of tbe first publication of this notice is llth day of September, 1964. Lisa Herrlirger, Executrix c,f the above estate. Morrison & Huppin Attorney By D. N. Morrison 604 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 11-25) LUCHT & LUCBT 305 Rookery Bldg, Spokane, Wn. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 7777 in the Superior Court of the State of ,Vashington in and for the County of Spokane., In the Matter of the Estate of GEORGE E. GOULTER, deceased. Notice Is hereby glVell tlat tile uiier- igr*ed has been appointed Executor of the above estate in this Court, and has ntlfled accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased, are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 305 Rookery Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Lucht & Lueht the attorney of record at their office at 305 Rookery Building, Spokane, Washington, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court it) the City of Spokane, Wash.. 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 llth day of September, 1964. Robert E. Lucht, Executor of the abce estate. Lucht & Lucht Attorney 305 Rookery Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Sept. 11-25l CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington 00Candidate Says EWSC Is Shorted A group of volunteers from Cheney and Spokane joined Dale Duvall, candidate fr the Fifth legisSative district sen- ate post, in an evening of door- belling in Cheney T, hursday, according to the C, heney ehair- man of the Duvall for Senate Committee, Mrs. Roger Har- der. Duvall, who has been wag- irg an active campaign throughout the disict, told the group, "It is extremely d- ficult to develop a close con- tact with all the voters when the population of this district ranks it fifth lwgest in the state. The problem m fu,rther intottsifed by the extreme di- versity of busi.n,esses which rarge from a eommeriel un- derwater diving contractor to the .state mental lospital." He explained that the fifth district contains more colleges and state instituons than any other district in the entire st,ate. Because of the diversity ,of business and the extent tha the district depends upon state institutions such as EWSC, Lakeland Village aTtd EaStern State Hospital, Duall said "This district needs an active energetic serator who will con, scientiously represent every part of the district arid every person in it. The incumbent sena,tor relied on he support of special interest groups to re- c]ect him. He depends eavly upon the .specLaLly santed let- ters that they send to men- bers of their partLcular group. State College The same letter publicly print- ed in a newspaper would most Soil Didrid Will :Sponsor Friday, September 11, 1964 the fall with the state rurtoffs being scheduled in Spokane Nov. 14. "The purpose of the local Contest contest," said Betz, "is to se- lect one wirn, er to compete at "Planned Lands for Future the area level." Entrants local- Demands" is the ,subject for ly must be residents within the this year's speech contest sp(m- SWCD. Participants must talk s0red amorally by the Wash- ington Association of Soil and Water Conservation Districts. Entry in the contest is open to any. boy or girl of high school ,or junior 'lrgh 'school age re- sding in W:shington. The Southwest Spokane SW- CD will sponsor the contest loeal, ly, according to Jerold Betz, chairman of the super- visory board. Betz stated a date has not been set for the Local contest but it will be com- pleted prior to the area com- petition which is to be held in Cbeney Oct. 21. A semi-firml contest will be .heLd later in and outside the fifth district. L would question why the se,na- t, or doesn't armounee his po- sition on the problems that Lie within his (fistrict. Waat is: ,l'As plan for utilizing the mraxA. mum security building at East- ern State Hospital? H,ew does he aceoun for the ,et that EWSC is not getting a fair share of state funds for expan- sion, ,and new facilities,? WI he support legislation for co- t struction .of a svgical ward at Lakeland Village? ' "Answers to these real prob- lems in this district are never given by the incumbent s:ena- tor and ,the public is let in '.he darrk on,ly to wonder," Du- pall said, "whether the sen,seer is urmare of these problems or whether he can n.ot speak Separate sealed bid prop.s- ,ften be higMy unpopular als are available for education- with the majority of the pep- at equipment and/or supplies t.le.;" by Easter Washington State Campaign Explained College in the office of the Di- Duvall further explained, rector of Purchasing, Room "This is preciseIy why L choose 121, Showalter Hall. to corduct my campaign lar- Proposal forms may be oh- gely through person,a1 contact, I tainod at the bove office, speaking engagements and the : T.T. Wall public newspapers. L ,believe Director of Purchasing. i can without qualification pre- (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) sen my program to all of the people and my opponent oh" ORDINANCE NO. F-7 Piously can not. Thus far my An Ordinance approving and confirm- ing th ......... t roll of Local Imp ..... opponent has ventured only merit District No. 11 for the paving and tWO ptbIic utterances concern- curbin of certain streets in the City ing his program. One was his of Cheney, Wash|ngton, within tid Local Improvement District No. 11 under proposal to annex the area , Ordinance No. F-34, and levyirg and i assessing the amoun s thereof a .... ,ling along the north bank of the to the benefits azainst the several lots, Spokane river into Spokane tracts and parcels of land arzl other property as shown on said Assessment County and the other was his Roll" providing for the eollectid.n, of announcement of continued said assessments; providing for penalties support of the downriver road and providing for the issuance of rev- enu ...... rants to pay the cost and ex- which;,i also lies, for the most lense of said improvement, and fixing part, outside Fok,arte County the date of issue of said revenue war- rants and the rate of irterest thereon, 5-6814. jl8tf and providing for the publication and effective date of said Ordinance.  C Will pay a good price for US The City Council of tbe City of Che- and Canadian coins. Free ap- hey Do Ordain as toll ..... : LET'SALL GET Section 1 praisal if you do not wish to That the Assessmen.ts and Asessment sell. 4141/2 First St., Cheney Roll of Local Imp ........ t District No. ON THE BALL 11 for the paving with asphaltic con- jl9tf crete plant mix and th .... struction of WITH concrete curbing of the following streets Madame L01a. Phre,n,(rlgist in the C ty of Ch ..... to-wit: -- Second Street in Callaway  Addition -Love, marriage, business, totheCity of Cheney, SpokaneCunty' DUV ALL mind readings, 79.21 E. Trent, Washin'gton and in Callaway's Addition to Callaway's Addition to the said City WA 6-9034. a28tf of Cheney, exterding from th .... theast- erly line of Spokane Street to the westerly Have a Custom Home bult-- line of Primary State Highway No. 11; und .... ai .... e No. F-34 as th ...... YOUR STATE SENATOR Good selection of lV,t:s in new ..... , stands, be. and th ....... "e hereby, 5TH DIST., *G. O. P. district. Improvements are in. in all things approved and confirmed. Section 2 That each of the lots, tracts and par- Let's have a,n alert, on the We will arrange for your fi- nancing. Ken Morlan, Widmer cels of land and other property shown' upon said Roll is hereby declared to be Rea,lty. MA 4-1288. a28tf specially benefited by said improvement ---- in at least the amount charged again,st Become a Beauty Advisor for[ th ........ d that th .......... t ap- pearin,,- against each lot, tract or par- faznous Hollywood cosmetic l col of land and other property is in company and earn up to $5-00 I an hour full or part time. I] will show you how. Write Box I ireplace. Electric heat, at- "J" c/o Free Press. S4tf garage, beautifully -- )ed. Assessments paid. If you elec.t Mike Crania, Che- ney and EWSC will .have a call for appointment. OLDER HOME voice in the state legislature. 3 bedrooms. Furnished com- sll d'y, including range and Cheney's Goodwill represeaata- Igerator, washer and dryer, tive is Mrs. Violet Sharp, distance to college. 235-6608. CN1 her when you at $8,950.00 $2,500.00 have repairable items to do- balance $65.00 per nate. sll WM. P. GESCHKE Tri State Realty Inc. 933 3rd RI 7-3047 Spokane, Wash. a21,28 LIST1NGS NEEDED . On Houses ,and Farm Property Call evenings 235-4760 M-M REALTY, INC. West 929 Sprague, Spokane RI 7-7116 S4tf proportion to the several assessments appearing upon said Roll. There is here- by levied and assessed against each such lot, tract and parcel of land, and other property described in said Roll, 'he amount finally charged against "|he I;ame .hereon. Section 3 Said assessments shall become due and payable on the 1st day of Novem- ber, 1964, and thereafter shall bear in- terest at the rate of 51/,/., per centum per annum, payable annually, and all or any portion o.f any assessment may be paid without interest, penalty or costs at any time before the 1st day of November, 1964. provided, however, that in' any event all or any portion of any ssessment may be paid without inter- est, penalty or costs at any time with- in thirty days after the first publica- tion by the City Treasurer of r:)tice that the assessment roll is in his hands for collection. Any portion, (,f any as- segment not paid as aforesaid may be paid to the City Treasurer in eight equal annual installments, the first of which shall be due, payable and delinquent m the 1st day of November. 1964, and on the same day in each year there- after, together with interest thereon on all instalhncnts thereafter to become )ayable. All delinquent installments shall, until )aid, be subject to an, additioinal of 5% penalty levied upon both prin- cipal and interest from the due date oi  each installment. Section 4 The Revenue Warrants authorized by Sectior 5 of Ordinance No. F-34 shall be issued and sold by the City to any available buyer on such date or dates hereafter as may be fixed by resolution of the City Council to secure funds with which to pay the contractor, and others, in cash as the costs and expense of the improvement are ircurred, and shall draw inteerst from date of issue until they are redeemed. Said revenue GEORGE R. NETHERCUTT 726 Hutton Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. 2 bedroom ,home on cor- ner Lot. ] % batSas. Priced to Sell. Ed Doten Real Estate, 424 lgt St., 235-4050. al4tf bedroom ,home on corner in nvighol,ood ,of new- Ed Doten Real Es- OTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 6490 424 1st St., 235-4050. In the Superior Court of the State of Washingter in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of 3' .bedroom home WILLIAM DENHAM, deceased. State of Washingtor*, Courty of Spo- warrants shall bear interest at the rate OI1 corrl lot. Looks  kane.--ss, of four and on@-half (4) per eentum 2 fireplaces, basement. Notice is hereby given that George R. [ per annum. Said revenue warrarts shall Nethercutt, the admiz)istrator of the | be issued in the aura of the price thereof i heat. Ed Doten Real above estate has rendered and presented| which shall not exceed the cost of the , 424 1st St., 235-4050. for settlement to, and filed in the Superi- [ contract, plus the estimated cost and or Court of Spokane County, State of [ expense of engineering and aurveyin, alatf Washimgton his Final Account as such i plus the estimated cost and expense of admirdstrator and a petition for the dis-[ ascertaindng ownership of the lots or l%wer home, 2 bedrooms up, tribution of said estate, in which the court | parcels of lad with the District, plus is asked to settle said Estate, distribute | the estimated cost and expenee of ad- ., Bedroom & Rec. Room with the property to the heirs or persona vertising, mailing and publisbing the arephce- clown Cathedral ceil- er*titled to the same. and discbarKe the notices, plus the estimated cost and ex- ilgS " said administrator, apd that Thueday, pense of accounting, clerical and labor , WO(O lale]in, dra)es & the 8th day of October, 1964, at the hour and other costs icident to the improve- rarpeting. Call 235-4425. of 10:00 o'clock A. M.. at the ent. Court room of our said Superior Court in Section 5 al4tf the City of Spokane. in said Spokane The City Clerk is hereby directed to , County. has been duly fixed for the hear- certify and transmit said Assessment WANTED TO RENT ing and settlement of said Final Account Roll with his warrant for the eollectior and Petitio for Distribution, at whieh of the assessments fixed and set forth time and place any perso interested t therein to the City Treasurer for eol- to rent by EWSC pro- said estate may appear and file his lection, pursuart to law and the Ordin- exceptions in writing thereto and con- ances of the City of Cheney, Washington. . lessor: 3 bedroom newer test the same. Section 6 home. Write Robert Peterson, Dated this 8th day of September, 1964. This Orinance shall take effect five Andrew Beck, Rt. 2, Mis- George E. Fallquist County Clerk and days after passage, approval and publica- Clerk of tle Superior Court. tion. Oula, Mont. jy31tf J.R. Fallquist. Deputy Introduced and passed this 8th day (Sept. 11-25) of September, 1964. WORK WANTED Approved by the Mayor this 8th day -- Tetarms, or lockjaw, attacks of September, 1964. Nola Brown, Mayor Quaranteed outboard motor re- from 400 to 500 persons a Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk p pair. Ed's Conoco Service. year, about half ,of whom (fie Approved as to Corm: hone BE 5-4400. tf of the disease. Merrttt A John.sc/n,(sept. ll,CitY1964)Attorney Cheney Free, Press Page 5 on the assigned topic r seven minutes. Penalties will be en- tailed for lalks less than five minutes or over eight mon- utes. Prizes at the Local level, ac- cording to Bets, will be $15, $10 arid $5 for first, second a,n,d third respectively. ball Senator from our district for a oh;rage .... DUVALL FOR SENATE COMMITTEE P. O. Box 7801 - Rosewood Station Spokane, Wash. 99208 HEY, KIDS! IT'S TIME TO BOWL! AJBC Registrations for organized leagues will be accepted Sat., Sept. 12, 9:30 A. NL Bantams 8-12 years Juniors 13-15 years Seniors 16-18 years DYCK'S CHENEY BOWL Leagues start Sept. 19th Come in or call 235-6278 You can relax when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance "HELPING" ,on them because of personal involvement in their creation." is a proud word in LUCHT & LUCHT Cheney 305 Rookery Bldg. Spokane NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77856 In the Superior Court of the State ol Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM 3. REPLOGLE, deceased. Notice Is hereby givew that the under- signed has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against eald de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersigned at 305 Rookery Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Lucht & Lucht the attorneys of record at their office at 305 Rookery Building, Spokane, Washington and file such claim, with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above court at the City of Spokaoe l Washington, within six months afte the first publication of this notice, o they will be forever barred. Date of the first publicatior of thi notice is 11th day of September, 1964. Mamie E, Replog]e, Executrix of the above estate. Lucht & Lueh Attorney Robert E. Lucht 305 Rookery Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Sept, 11-25) A good.neighbor kixd of word. Tall and proud ,and strong. A word tlat often goes by the ame of Spolvae Comty United Crusade. UC works for all of us, right here at home. 28 lcal member agencies do some big jobs, Dome little ones. They're all important ones, because they ueh the lives of growing children, seniar citizens, the hurt, the troubled and the homeless. When you give youx fair share of an ,hour's pay a month, you're proving that ":help- ing" wears youx brand, too. How but t, ngh, bor? I September Special Battery Sale off Example - $20.00, 20% off- $16.00 "Where Dividends Are Made and Paid' 1503 E. Riverside KE 4-1551 s11-25 Share Your Blessings Check The Fair Share Square SPOKANE COUNTY UNITED CRUSADE Serving every one of our communities every day of the year These are the 28 Spokane County agencies you help sup- port when you chck the fNr share sqImre on your pledge card. Spokane County Cancer Association Spokane Rehabilitation Center St. Anne's Infants' Home St. Joseph's Children's Home United Service Orgamzation Visiting Nurses Association VoLunteers of America Washington Association For Retarded Cthildren Washinon State Association for Men, a1 Health Washington State Heart Association (NE Bmrmh) Y. M. C. A., City Y. M. C. A.. Valley Y. W. C. A. American Red Cross Area Military Yuth Prog-ram Arthritis & Rheumatism Foundation Booth Memorial Hospital Boy Scous of America Camp Fire Girls CaLholic Narnily Service Children's Home Society of Wash'mgbon Community Welfare Council Family Counseling Service Girl Scouts ,of USA Good Shepherd Home Lutheran Family and Child Services Salvation Army Spokane Area Safety Council GORDON coRNELIUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wuh. NOTICE TO CREDITtRS No. 7708 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. I the Matter of the Estate of S. W. CAMPBELL, deceased Notice is hereby given that the under- signed have been appointed Executor and Executrix of the above estate in this Court and have qualified aecordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified with necessary vouchers upon the undersigned at Spokane, Washington, or upon Gordon E. Cornelius, the attorney of record at his office at 1117 Paulsen  Building, Spokane 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. Washington within six months after the first publieatice of thts nottce, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice ls 11th day of September, 1964. Bessie Campbell and Old National Bank Executors of the above estate. Gordon E. Cornelius, Attorney 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Sept 11-25) GORDON CORNELIUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg., Spokam Wal NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77718 In the Superior Court of the Star of Washington in and for the County Svokane. In the Matter of the Ftate ETHEL A. ERICKSON, deceased. lqotiee is hereby given that the udel I signed has been appointed Ex-ut of the above estate in this Court end h qualified accordingly, and that all De sone having claims against said ceased are required to serve claims, du verified, with necessary vouchers upc the ntersigned at Spokane, Washingt or uln Gordon E. Cornelius the attorm of record at his offieee at 1117 Pauls Building, Spokane. Washingtou and fi such claim, with proof of uch servi ir the office of the Clerk of tha abo Court at tle Cty of Spokale. Wuhin ton within six months after the lr publication of this notice or they w be forever barred. Date of the first publieation of tt notice is llth day of Seltember, 19e{4. Porter A. Kreshel, Executor of t above estate. Gordon E. Cornelius Attorrey 1117 Paulsen Building, Spokane, (Sept. 11-25)