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October 9, 1964

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ziF ;tsr lrfl "WANT ADS00 home, 2 bedrooms up, &amp; Rec. Room with down. Cathedral ceil- wood paneling, drpes & Pall 235-4425. al4U FOR SALE "New Custom Homes" and 4 bedroom homes in district. Pady to occu- after Oct. 1. Select your lot and ,lave a eustoln home built. FHA r eon'entional financing. Realty, Ken Morl, an MA 4-1288 s25tf one and two bedroom h,duses. Make offer. Ed Real Estate, 424 lst St., s25tf FOR SALE Selec.t Locatioa $7950.00 Large 2 bedroom older kitchen w/eatirLg to schools. Realt Ken Mrlan 4- ] 288. s25tf for sale. Bill's "66" See- station, Tyler. Fo de- phone Tyler 421, eve- __ s25tf :NOW AVAILABLE bdrm tri-level in new Owrmrs leaving Sacrifice. Morlan, MA 4-1288 Widmer Realty 605' Columbia Bldg. s25tf 74TH PIANO-ORGAN FALL CLEARANCE ew Maple Spinet, $545 rgan, 3 speakers, $895 Gerts, $195; $1995 New Wal. $1595; Howard Studio Organ, save $600 Danish Wal. Console, $745 88 Note Spinet, $489; $995 $695; Victor, $175; $595 Spin, et, $460; $995 New Wal- $595 ; Schaff, $185 ; $795 $495 ; many others. terms and discount prices. free delivery. TALIMAN'S N. 1915 Division,, FA 5-3933, open Men., Fri. :Mile From High Prices. e9-23 Ohev. Biseayne, tw-dor, good c)ndftion. patti ord 2-door sedan. R & H. standard shift. 235-6579. 114 3r o9p classic station wa- See to appreciate. $780. o9 and yearling calves. 235-6809, Cheney. o9 apartments for rent, and water furnked. St. Call at 802 1st St. o9-16 cows, on test, milk- S. L. Yergens, W,ash. l%one GI 7- o9 house, automatic close in. Also space 5 rooms, thermostat, barrel. 235-6863. o9tf before your eyes----(m new caet -- remove With Blue Im,stre. Ren shampooer $1. Holmes 10-9 WORK WANTED nteed outboard motor re- Ed's Conoco Service. BE 5-4400. tf TO RENT also bull :,dCng lot. 09 must be lock,ble, o2-9p TO GIVE AWAY farm home for and white pointer dog. Likes children. after 5:5'0 p. m. 09 M. TAFT Garland, Spokane, Wash. TO CREDITORS No. 77989 SUperior Court of the State of in and for the County of Matter of the Ftate of MARTELL, deceased. hereby given that the under- appointed Admirdstratrix estate in this Court and accordingly and that all claims against said de- to serve claims, duly necessary vouchers, ul:n at West 428 Mansfield, or upon' Kathleen attorney of record at her West Garland Ave., Spes and file euch claim )f such service in the office of the above at the city of within six months publication of this notice. forever barred. the first publication of this 9th day of October, 1964. Sehabaeker. Administratrlx above estate. Taft Attorney Garland Ave., Spokane, Wash. (Oct. 9-23) FOR RENT Attractive trailer space for rent, alo two bedroom trail- r. Winter rates until June, 1965. SA 3-4242, Picnic Pines, Silver Lake. s25tf To bedroom, partly furnished house, across from Windsor Grange Hall. TE 8-8987. o2tf 1 bedroom furnished apart- ment on ground floor. Leffer apartments, 235-6553. o2tf Itouse Statler $30 menth. Wat- er in trailer; electric cook- ing, oil stove heating ,or wo,od if preferred. C. C. Rohleder, Rt. 2, Cheney, 6 miles n,o,h; one mile from Font Lakes; 41/2 miles east of Medi:eal Lake. 09 2 bedroom, garage, close to college. Inquire 506 2nd St. Apt 8 or Call 235-6525. o,9tf FOUND Baseball mitt. Own,e identify nd pay for ad. Cheney Free Press or call 235-6513. o9-16 Yellrow and white male kitten. 235-4075 09 need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf Found--Siamese eat. Describe n;d pay for ad. Call 235- 6394. o9p er bse,baH mitt fl)undy John Charlton, Phone 235- 41,28. o9 For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to sell. 4141/2 First St., Cheney ,: jl9tf Fer well dri'lling, "Try Lee Fry." 30 years experience. East 10211 9th, Spolvane, Wn., 99206. WA 6-0303. s18-n27 Union Oil service station,, Che- ney, for lease. Phone nights, Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- 9476. s25t Studio girl Cosmetics and gifts. Cloo 3ohnsen, 7801 Ece, Spokane, XYash. o2tf Fast, dependable, erperieneed furnace, heoting stove ad chimney cleaning. Phone 235- 4957 or 235-6295. o9tf Richter, Wimberley & Ericson 708 ONB Bldg.. Spokane 1, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77992 Ia the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of INOLF MIKKAL NELSON, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persns having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims. duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upon the undersigned at 708 Old National Bank Bgtding, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley & Ericson, the attorneys of record at their office at 708 Old Natioral Bank Building, Spokane, Wash., 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 publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this rotice is 9th day of October, 1964. Gus Helmerson AdmirAstrator of the above estate. Richter, Wimberley & Ericso Attorneys By Donald A. Ericson 708 Old National Bank Building, Spokane, Washington (Oct. 9-23) LT. FRED SHARP Foreign$1udent IVariety Key PARTICIPATES IN FIELD EXERCISES Reception Here /Of TV Show First Lt. Fred A. Sharp, 27, whose mother, Mrs. Violet ISlated Sunday Coming Here Sharp lives t 14 N. Eighth S,t.: and other members of the See- enth U. S. Army, participated n Exercise "Failex 64," an eight-day NATO directed and controlled training exercise in Germany, ending Sept. 28. Lt. Sharp, cmmander of Company C, 26th Signal Bat- talon in Germany, entered the Army in July 1961. He was last assigned at Fort Mmmouth, N.J. ORDINANCE NO. F-4O An, Ordinance adopting the final Bud- get of the City of Ceney for the year 1965 arJ fixing the tax levies for said "ear. Whereas the Preliminary Budget of the City of Cheney for the yeur 1966 having been submitted and approved ,, lld, Whereas Notice of Hearir, g by the City Council of the City of Cheney far and against said Budget and the terms there- of having been gver in the manner and time required by Law, and a lmblie hearing beir*g held in the Cbuneil Cham- bers of the Light Department Building of the City of Cheney at the hour of 10:00 o'clock A. M. on the 5th day of Octob*r 1964 and ,Vhereas no person or persons appeared at said hearing and filed or preset*ted any (>bjectlons to the fiscal Budget fo the year 1965 as submitted and approved by the City Council of the City of Che- lley, Now Therefore The City Council of he City of Cheney Do Ordain As FoI- ]ows : Section 1 That the Budget for the City of Ce- ney for the year 1965 shall be as fol- )ows : CURRENT EXPENSE FUN,D Salaries and Wages .......... $ 56,090.00 Mairtenance an@ Operation .. 59,120.00 L. I. D. Guaranty Fund .. 2,600.00 Capital Outlay .............. 42,850.00 Interest & Debt Redemption .. 13,490.00 TOTAI .................. $174,,15-0 Le Estimated Receipt ..... 133,650.00 Total to he raised by Taxation $. 40,500.00 LIGHT DEPARTMENT Salaries and Wa'es ........ $ 62,100.00 Maintenance & Operation .... 174 800.00 Capital Outlay ............ 141,150.00 TOTAL ................. $378050-. Estimated Receipts Sale of Electri ty . . $265 000 00 Rosa, .................. ::::: '250:00 h,terest .................... 1 500.00 Interdepartmental Ben,t .... 2,900.00 Refit - Public .............. 1,400.00 Miscellaneous ............... 50.00 Labor for Others ............ 50.00 Contingency Furd Carry Over 31,000.00 Cash on Hand .............. 25,900.00 Investmer,s ................. 50,000.00 TOTAL ................. $378,050.00 WATER-SEWER DEPARTMENT Salaries and Wages ........ $ 33,750.00 Mantenar, ce and Operatior, .. 22,760.00 Capital Outlay ............ 129,920.00 Interest & Debt Redemption.. 38,595.00 TOTAL ................. $225,025.00 Estimated Receipts : Fewer Service and Sale of Commercial Water ........ $ 94,600.00 Hydrant Rental ............ 3,000.00 From Street Department .... 250.00 CoLnection Fees ............ 6,000.00 Sale of Water to Parks ...... 1,500.00 Sale of Miscellaneous ...... 175.00 Interest .................... 1,400.00 Federal Sewer Grat ........ 8,100.00 Cash on. Hand .............. 110,000.00 TOTAL ..'. ,.$25,025.00 STREET D EIARTME'? " ' Salaries and Wages ........ $ 21,000.00 Maintenande and Operation .. 22 695.00 Capital Outlay ............... 39,100.00 TOTAL ................. $ 82?795.00 Estimated Receipts : Gas Tax or Motor Vehicle Tax $ 15.795.00 From Current Expense Fund .. 30,0Q0.00 Assessmen to Abuttirg Property ................ 1,000.00 Tcansfer from Street Tru,.k Reserve .................. 18,000.00 Cash or Hand .............. 18,000.00 TOTAL .................. $ 82,795.00 GARBAGE DIVISION Salaries anxt Wages ...... $ 2,700.00 Maintenance and Operaticm .. 13,650.00 Transfers ................... 11,500.00 TOTAL ............. , ..... $ 27,850.00 Estimated Receipts : Can and Bulk Collections .... $ 18,000.00 From Parks ................ 150.00 Cash o Har,d .............. 9,700.00 TOTAL ............. , ..... $ 27,850.00 ARTERIAL STREET FUND Storm Drains .............. $ 3.000.00 Grade, Drain, Gravel Streets . 8.000.00 Pave with Asphaltic Cbnrrete 16,000.00 Repair and Resurface Corcrete 6,000.00 Curbs and Gutters .......... 2,500.00 Engineering ....... : ........ 1,638.00 TOTAL ................. $. 37,138.00 Estimated Receipts : State 1/., cent Gas Allocation $ 10,888.00 Street Fund 25% Matchir.'g .. 7,400.00 In, terest Earned Investme)ts 350.00 Cash on, Hand .............. 18,500.00 TOTAL ................ $ 37,138.00 Section 2. That the tax levy for the .','ear 1965 required to raise the necessary funds for the City of Cheney as herein above outlined is hereby fixed at Ten (10) Mills for the Current Expense nd and Five (5) Mills for Interest arid Debt redemption of the Genu, ral Obligation Bonds of 1963, in the amount of $150.- 000.00 and dated April l, 1963. Introduced and adopted this 5th. day of October, 1964. Approved this 5th. day of October. 1964. Nolan' Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt Johnson, City Attorney (Oct. 9, 1964) Fourteen Estern Washig- ton State College foreign stu- den,ts from 10 dferent coun- tries and faculty me,tubers from Irdia and Egypt will be hon,ored SundaT eveaing by the City of Cheney at i an- nual reception ir the Che,ney city hall starting at 5 p. m. Cheney organizations sp(m- spring the an rml affair in- c)ude the Oheney Chamber of Commerce, PEP, l%tary Club, Beta Sigma Phi, Til]icum C:lub and Lion's Club. Mrs. Don Helm, ehairm,a,n for the reception, will present o,fficial greethn,gs. Chene May- or Nolan Brown wl welcome students and visitors alike, and M'iss Clara Kessler, EWSC foreign student adviser, will introduce t, hose foraign stu- dents who weTe at the college last year. Public Invited These include anhid K,hal- lil, from Iron; Grace Gitau a,nd Silas Kobilo, hath from Ken- ya; Sal Mardini nd Pt Me- C]el}and, Chile, who will intro- duce the oreign students new to EWSC this year. The nine new students are Fvanz Hammer, Switzerland; Miss Karin Kuche, Germany; ]liss Heide Wal:lenbzerger, Austria; Maria Ha*mlet, Ohile; Miss Sylvia Ocsio, The l%ilip- pines; Mr. ad Mrs. Allen .Mar- ...... shaH, England; Viente Ro- ma;n,o, Spain, 'and Mhamnad Ashraf Khan, Pakistan. In addlti,on, iwo new EWSC facu;ty members from for- eign coup.tries, Dr. Saithri Chart, India, ,and Dr. M. Far- uk el Hitami, Egypt, will be among those h<med. The public is invited to the reception. You can find it in theclassifieds. CALL PaR BIDS Cheney School Dist., No. 360 317 D St., Cheney, Wash Sealed bids will be received by the undersigned urtil 1:30 p. m. on the 29th day of Octo- ber, 1964, at the School Admin- istration Office, 317 D Street, Cheney, Washington, for the ollow'mg item: One 67-passerger, gasoNine- powered conventional school bus. Further info;rmat/n, nlud- ing specifications 'and bid forms, if required, may be se- cured from Cheney Sch,ool Dis- trict No. 360, Administration Office, 317 D Street, Cheney, Wash. I-well Poore, Asst. Supt. (Oct. 9-16) CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate se.aled bid propos- als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wa Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1964-July 1, 1965) There's no business like show business. And, C. A. Frank, business manager for the Zogi TV ThHd)rama show, suggests that we miffht ] add Here t ody, gone tomor- row, but in ond memories for an entire life time. That's he Zogi Revue!" Some of the breath-taking scenes in his elaborate pro- du,etion are the $1,500 Houdini trtmk act--remember .the Gar- ry Moore Show?  used in the motion picture "Life of Houdini." The CMnese flow- er garden, 'an import; also the orange tree growing reral uit; ,aso Miss Fank, spcila,lty ,actre,ss, and other srs from TV }and. Pus Z0i :,himself, who was ber to be l>ved by all who see ,him. It's a.ll live in person on the mamtouth stage, fast moving routines, un, fo- gettable scenes nld exo,tic cos- tutoRS and dazzl,ing tMent com- bined to make one of the most entertaining hits on the r(ad this season. The Zogi TV Revue comes to Cheney after a successful se'ason on Broadway and a ser- ies of exclusive engagements on the West Coast. Advance tickets at a reduced price are now on sale from aH Cheney Lions members. It is unustmt for a revue of this size to appear in this area. Special arrangements for this appearance were made through t, he Cheney Lions. Ad- van, ce tickets are cheaper if bought in advance. KEITH H. CAMPBELL CAMPBELL SUPPORTS THE GRANGE FARM PROGRAM Re-Elect KEITH H. Campbell STATE REPRESENTATIVE FIFTH DIST. DEMOCRAT You can relax when you're covered by SAFECO INSURANCE Victor Wilson Insurance Friday, October 9, 1964 Cheey Free Press Page 5 DALE DUVALL offers sincere leadership free from the dictates of political' machines and special interest groups. VOTE FOR DUVALL your 5th District Senator, a man who will represent ALL of the people. 6RHNOPHRENT8 o!!H'I WHiff THEY USED TO They're onger old -'timers. It's not that grandparenthood occurs soonez today than it once did.., (It still takes about $0 years to get a third generation started).. , it's just that today's grandparents are able to work better, play harder... and llve longer than their grandparents before them. Providing the better medicines and treatment techniques that increase longevity today--and will stretch it even fuxther tomorrow--is the job of the health team: physicians, pharmacists, pharmaceutical raanuacturers, and other health professionals. One day, great-grandparents won't be old-timars either. CHENEY DRUG ' -? -L'- J -:: e/lk' ' [- "" -- FUEL SYST;:I00S STAY CLEAN Delicate fuel injector pads get complete protection with Chevron Diesel Fuel. Its exclusive Detergent-Action additive prevents injector deposits, rust-proofs the entire fuel system, keeps it clean as new. With clean injectors, your diesel runs smoother, pulls harder, operates most economically. Keep your engine in top condition.., with Detergent-Action Chevron Diesel Fuel. For any Standard Oil product, call AL HASKINS 1st & Kallispel -- 235-6378 Signs this size at the Cheney Free Press... $1.20 per