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September 11, 1964

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You Think You Know Politics! I Frank McGee, noted NBC News commentator cover- ing both conventions and elections for Gulf Oil Cor- paration, gives pictorial quiz based on material culled from famed "Ameri- ca Goes To The Polls" col- lection exhibit in Hartford, Connecticut. 1. Who made the brown derby famous? 2. What was this device, made in likeness of ballot box, used for in latter half of 19th century? 3. In what period of American political his. tory was this paper lantern used ? 4. Who are two outstand. ing pas t presidents pictured behind Mc- Gee? 5. Who will win 45th Election for Presiden. cy of United States?. l,dg., Spokane, Wash. of the Fatate of deceased. |ltu__ County of Spo given that Seattle- Spokane an'd East- I of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane County, State of Wash- ington its Final Account as such execu- tor and a petition  for the distribtuio of said estate, in' which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the pro- perry to the heirs or persona entitled to the same, and discharge the said Execu- tor, and that Wednesday, the 14th day of October, 1964, at the hour of 9:30 o'clock A. M. at the Court room of our said Superior Court in the City of Spokane, in, said Spokane County, has been duly fixed for the hear- ing and settlement of said Final Aeeour ANSWERS o Jot[ o/asue, a:[ ao Xao i0!!iod 196I oq), $o oZzoA90 o!p pu (0961-916I " pU 916I " gI6I) .xo -omo(I '.uosl!A ,oapoo/R I (gI6I'806I) uoHqn'do ,,'aoA.m,K uo!u/L , 'pox  pu po!o UlOaU H uI "g "Xiig Igo!!iod  Jot "86 U O;p!plIO O!.TO0 and Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person In, crested in said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 8th day of September, 1964. George F Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By R. F. Mccorkle, Deputy. (Sept ll-2B) Most deaths from vchoopg: cough occur under the age of six months. WheatPr0gram T0 Be Studied mproved understaxrg of pr.,ctices, ln'O_S and po,li- des affecting the troduetion and marketing of Pacific Nortlwcest wheat moving in interrmtional ade is the an .of a new project initiated jointly by e W;ashinn Wheat Commission ad the Oregon W.he Commission with the extension service of Oregon State University. According to Bob She/e, Govan, chairman of the Wash- ington Wlmat Commssiz>n, a series of public tffairs bulle- tins will be devetloped Which wJl present to wheat growers, news media and the consum- ing pu, blic facts about ineeerna- tionM trade in wea and ts importance to the Pacific Northwest. Areas to be covered by the papers in,elude the "world price" 9f wheat, the Interna- tiorml Wheat Agreement and is mplicaions, world trade ptterns a, nd restrieons: o wheat, Public Law 480--what it has done for wea, wheat p,roductun and marketMg pro- grams in otlmr ceuntvies, and poti.'cy cars'iderations kn trad- ing with communist countries. Project leader will he Mar- ion Tlomas, Oregon State Uni- versity extension agvicMtural economist. The fect sheets will be released to the ptblic as they are completed, during the next few m. HARVEY ERICKSON 409 S & E Bldg., Spokane, Wash NOTICE In, the Matter of the Estate of ADA NORDQUIST, Deceased. otice is hereby given that the County Court of the State of Oregon for the County of Wallows on the 4th day of September, 1964, in the matter of the [ estate of Ada Noedquist, deceased, made and entered an order decreeing the stud Ada Nordquist as being presumed to be dead. Notice is further given, that Ada Nord- quist, the presumed decedent, if alive, or any other interested person, is hereby required to produce to the above Court, within twelve (12) weeks from the date of the last publication of this Notice, said evidere of her continuance in life. This Notice is published by an, order of the above" named Court made and entered herein m September 4th, 1964. Mar orie Martin County Clerk Date of first publication: September 11. 1964. Date of last publication: September 13, 1964. (Sept. 11-18) Hunters Advised To Exercise First T0 Avoid Attacks The first hung season in WaMgton for 1964 peed Ttmsday, when dov and pi- geons became legal game. A short time aterard, on Sept. 12, the grouse hurters, goat hunters, and b2gh Cascade deer hunters take to te ield. Unless the sportran under-i takes some program to rid him- ! sel, f of the m,metflar sftness gained wh,ie sitting in a ,boat fishing all summer he will be! in for some tired muscles or worse when the hunti:%g sea-i sons begin, advises the Stae G,a,me Department. Each year in Washington, hunter fatalities result teem ,heart attacks caused by oer- exertion. Most of these could probably be prevented by proper muscular condL?Arfiwg before the season. Not to be overlooked is the fact tlat the family dog is probably a little ,soft after ly- ing around a s' Re- fresher exercises for the dog are a good idea if you 'mend l the, ammal to put in a full day s work come hunting time, notes the Department. CARD OF THANKS We wish t,o exten, d our heart- felt thanks and preciation to our kind neigh,barn and friends for the acts of kindness, mes- sa, gs of sTmpathy and beatti- ful floral offerings in the loss of ,our broth,at, WilIiam Alling. Bessie and Lloyd Lambert Bea and Norel Hohnes , lVtrs. E4n,a AlliTg arm f,amfly. sllp CARD OF: THANKS We wish to express our sin- care thanks to our many friends for .the flowers, artd food du#m. g the recent ill- ness ,and luss of o,ur beloved mother and gandothe, Mrs. Letha Pleats. ?. and .Mrs. John I-hm ad daughters Mr. ud Mrs. R. M.  and son Mr. md Mrs. J. M. PIotts and family Mrs. Wilma Plotts sllp Friday, September 11, 1964 CHENEY HOT LUNCH Mortday  Vegebl.e, beef soup, peanut butter sandwich, eIsh tray, fresh ,peach. pie. Tuesday  Turkey pie, sliced tumatves nd cucumbers, baking powder bLscuits with jelly, fruit cup. Wednesday  Pizza, green beans, watermelon, cookie. Thursday  Oriental rie, buttered cavrots, cheesebog- .m,pickle kabob, vaisi bread, ice cream. Frida,y  Tuna fish sa,ld, baked tonaoes avtd cm, toasted cheese sartdwch, mel- on bowl. Randall, Danakin, Lundin & Ailien 1017 Paulaea Bldg., Spokane 1. Wash. SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION No. 175469 In the Superior Court of the State of Washlngtc in and for the County of Spokane. LINCOLN FIRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corpora- tion. Plairtiff, vs. JOHN C. WAGNER and MARJORIE WAGNER, husband and wife; the un- known heirs of John C. Wagner, if deceased; the unknown ' heirs of Marjorie Wagner, if deceased; and MARGARET M. ANDERSON, a widow; also all other parties or perscons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or interest in the real estate described in the a- mended compairt herein, defendants. The State of Washington to the abce named defendants : JOHN C. WAGNER and MARJORIE W'AGNF_,R, husband and wife; the un. known heirs of Johr C. Wagner, if deceased; the unknown heirs of Mar- 5erie Wagner, if deceased; also, all other parties or persons unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lier or interest in the real estate described in the amended complaint herein,. You and each of you are hereby sum- monad to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this summer, s, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the llth day o4" September, 1964, and defend the above entitled ac- tion! in the above entitled court and answer the amended complaiz of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your an- swer upon the undersigned attorneys at their office below stated and in case of your failure so to do, judgment will he rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of the above en- ! titled curt. You are further advised that the ob- ject of this action is to foreclose a real estate mortgage made by Johr C. Wagner and Marjorie Wagner in favor of Lincoln First Federal Savings and Loan Asso- ciation or or about the 2nd day of Octo- ber, 1963, recorded in Book 1039 of Mortgages at page 514 as Document No. 968716B in the office of the Auditor of Spokane County, Washington', which mortgage is upor the following de- scribed real estate, to-wit: Lot 11, Block I, ALAMO PARK, it* the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington, and to foreclose all in terest of defendants in id real estate. Randall, Danskin, Lundin & Allison By F. B. Danskin Attorneys for Plaintiff Office and Post Office Address : 1017 Paulsen, Building Spokane, Washingtou 99201 (Sept ll-Oct 13) Cheney Free Press Page 7 MICHAEL J. CRONIN Democrat State Representative CRONIN is the only candi- date for this office who is: CRated "Superior" by the Municipal League, eEndorsed by Washington Labor Council, and eReeonimeded by Railxd Brotherhoods. CRONIN is the only candi- date pledged to: 1. Work for EWSC SUB and library improvements as priority items. 2. Oppose any increase in utomobile insurav, ee rates. You have TWO votes for State Representative---Give one vote to Cronin. (pgid adv.) The Following Endorse Step I of the long-range plan the Board of Directors of Cheney School Dis- trict No. 360 is presenting for voter approval on September 15, 1964. We are familiar with the need for a new high school and the financial program for obtaining it. We urge our fellow citizens to vote Y E S on both school issues in Tuesday's election. hk and Vi Nicol t. A. B. Cutting ' Warren Westerman Ses Booth i and Mrs. Ralph Ehrgot Flelsing [k Qrabb Qhatburn and Mrs Orville Phillip- bl' and Mrs. Frank Russell ace Ih Murphy, M. D. v Songaylo ht Sooy ise and Brent Stearns t Smith Jerold Betz Mr. and Mrs. Ted Radon Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilcox Betty Lou Spear Mr. and Mrs. Barton Blakely Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartford Mr. and Mrs. Leon Higby Fred J. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. R. Vaughn Edna Lovell Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Bar- rick Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Moore Rev. George Allen Rev. Howard Pitts Rev. Phil lip Eisenhauer Rev. Donald A. Ross Mrs. Margaret Senge Mrs. Enid Oswald Mrs. Jayne Munday W. Edward Betz G. T. Frost Claude and Evelyn Doughty Marie M. Adams Merdtt and Woody Johnson Mrs. Katherine Holloway I ra Shea Herman Wi!lms Ray Steiner Charles S. Shepard Wilfred Gamon, M. D. Dan Miller Mr. and Mrs. Sam Eyre Alvin Miller EXECUTIVE BOARD (16 members) Walter L. Powers, Pres. Jean Mamanakis, Treas. George W. Nichols, V. Pres. Patricia Conrath, Se'y AIRWAY HEIGHTS Ralph Nolte, Mayor George Steen Rev. Floyd Merrill CITY COUNCliL William Dahams Bob Ericksen ALERTING CITIZENS GROUP Shirley Patterson, Pres. Ellen M. Heineman, V. Pres. Jean Comstock. Sec'y Mr. and Mrs. George Schae- fer Mr. and Mrs. Scott Lindsay Mr. and Mrs. Joe Johnson Bernadine Russell Grace Rohrbach Ei|een Kopp  John He,neff, an EXECUTIVE BOARD--Cheney Education Association Edmund G. West, President