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NT FOR RENT A,ttractive trailer sace for rent, a.o two bedroom trail- down. Cathedral ceil-i er. Winter rates until June, wood paneling, drapes & ]965. SA 3-4242, Picnic Pines, Call 235-4425. Silver Lake. s25tf al4tf Two bedroom, prtly furnished house, across from Windsor FOR SALE home, 2 bedrooms u'p, & Rec. Room with FOR SALE "New Custom Homes" and 4 bedroom homes in district. Ready to occu- after Oct. 1. Select your lot and ,have custom borne built FHA con,ventional financing. Realty, Ken Morhn MA 4-1288 s25tf FOR SALE Location $7950.00 2 bedroom older kitchen w/eating to schools. Realty Ken Morlart s25ff for sale. Bill's "66" Sex- station, Tyler. Far de- phone Tyler 421, eve- s25tf PIANO to be picked :and sold. Wan, respon- 'party in this area to as- Grange Hall. TE 8-8987. o2tf 2 bedrooia apt. unfurnished daylight basemen, el ecbtric heat, laundry roc>m, ab,und- ance of storage space, available Dec. 1. Call 235-6543. o16-30 For rent 8 x 40 Trail, er. One bedroom. 235-4043, 310 B St. Ray Krebs o16p Two bedroom house with gar- age, furnished .or unfurnished, fenced yard. Call 235-6525. ol6tf Bay gelding--write c/o Free Press Box "0". o16 FOUND Baseball mitt. Owner denify and pay for ,ad. Chen.ey Free Press or call 235-6513. o9-16 LOST Two ,half grown kittens, yellow .a,nd white, male. 25'5-4543. o16 Lost big h],aek sbkiny dog, has small rap. pyts. Also Choke coll'ar. RI 7-7713. o16 ORGAN. Write or SPECIAL Credit gr., Kohle,r & 1 Pianos. 4759 Univer-iFor St. Vincent de Paul Soci- N. E., Seattde, Wash. I sty, things you no longer 9. o16-30 need or use. Help Us To Help , .... ,The Poor For pickups call BE cnmce oI two, goo 15 6814 " o, ,picture. Webster Fou- " " j .... 3rd St. o16-23p Will pay a good price for kitchen ,heater, $35.00, or coal. H. S Girsber- Wash. Phone 245- o16 NOW AVAILABLE bdrm tri4evel in new Owners leaving Sacrifice. M or],an, MA 4-1288 Widmer Realty 605' Colrumba Bldg, s25tf 74TH PIANO.-ORGAI FALL CLEARANCE New Maple Spinet, $545; Organ, 3 sdpeakerst, $895; 3errs, $195; $1995 New Wal $1595; howard Studio, Organ, save $600 ; Danish Wal Console, $745; 88 Note Spinst, $489; $995 $695; Victor, $175; $595 Spit*st, $450; $995 New Wai- $595; Schaff, $185; $795 $495 ; many others. terms and discount prices. free delivery. TALLMAN'S N 1915 Division,, FA 5-3933, open Mon., Fri. Mile From nigh Prices. o9-23 Biscayne, twdoor, good condition. o9ff i. apartments for rent, and water furnished. St. Call at 802 let St. 16. o9-16 bedroom house, automatic close in. Also space 5 rooms, thermostat barrel. 235-6863. o9tf bright carpet colors . .. them with Blue Lustre. electric shampooer $1. Hdwe. 10-16 bedroom suite, 1 bud- dining table, new set. Tiros. M, atnz, 235-4747. ol6tf twodoor sedan, R& tandard shift, 114 3rd. o16p hicle or to require the operator or other person, in charge of such vehicle to re- move the same from such a position. and if such vehicle be unattended, such officer is hereby authorized to provide for the removal of such vehicle to a place of safety within the City of Che- pey. Section 2 Any reasonable cost incurred in, the removal of such a vehicle and in, the storage and safekeping thereof shall be a lien thereon and such vehicle re- moved shall be impounded until reason- able towing and safekcepir, g and stor- age charges are paid by the own, er t he reof. Section 3 This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect five days after passage by the Council, approval by the Mayor, and lmblication. IrAroduced and passed by the City Coul).-il and approved by the Mayor this 13th day of October, 1964 Nolan, Brown,, ]VIayor Attest: Roy Foss, City Clerk Approved as to Form : Merritt A. Johnson, City Attorney (Oct. 16, 1964) MURPHY & MERRYMAN 660 Lincoln, Spokane, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77999 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane In the Matter of the Estate of HUBERT GREGORY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the u:ler- signed has beer* appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court. and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sons having claims against said de- ceaesd are required to serve claims. duly verified, with necessary vouchers. upor the ur*dersignt at 660 Lincoln Bldg., Spokane, Washington or upon Murphy & Merryman the attor- neys of record at their office at 660 Lincoln Buildir., Spokane, Washington arid file such claim with proof of such service it* the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spo- kane. Washington, within six months after the first publication cf this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of first Dublicatiorb of this notice is 16th day of October, 1964. Patrick Cregrory Administrator of the above estate. Thomas A. Merryman Attorney Murphy & Merryman 660 Lincoln Buildin, g, Spokane, Washington 99201 (Pet. 16-30} THOMAS MALOTT 415 Spokane and Eastern Building Spokane, Washington NOTICE TO CREDITORS qo 78033 In the Superior Court of the State ol Washingtor, in and for the County of Spokane. Plymouth, good con.d- $125.00, 118 N 5th f- p.m. o16p 2 bedroom home on cor- tot. 11/2 baths, stocker Ed Doten Real Estate St., 235-4050. o16f i 3' bedroom lmm, e with area, fireplace, Uher- windows, exterior attached garage. yard with sprin, kli appeal,seal at $19,- $1,27500 dn. balance raon 'tly. call for appointmewt. o16-23 W. YOUNG Bldg., Spokane, Wash. OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 76122 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of liatter of the Ftate of deceased. hereby given that Christian his capacity as adminis- above estate, will sell at and for cash the following estate : off Section 28, Towr Range 39; and the of Section 33, Towr,hip Range 39, situate in Stev- State of Washsington, and best bidder. Bids must in writing and may be left at 501 Paulsen gton. Bids will urtil the dae of sale , will be made on Or after 1964. The administrator re- right to reject any and all Botmar, Administrator Bldg., 99201 Admlnstrator (Oct. 16-23) Ir* the Matter of the estate of EDWARD SCHROEI)ER, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed have been appointed Exeentrices of the above estate in this Court and have qualified accordin,gly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersign,:,d at Valleyford, "Washing- ton, or Mica, Washington or utm Thom- as Malott, the attorney of record at his office at 415 Spok ne and Eastern Build- in SI )kar*e Wash n, gton, and :file and Canadian coins. Free ap- such claim with I)roof of such praisal if you do not wish to ser,i,.e i. the office of the clerk of the above Court at the City of sell 414V First St.. Cheney Spokane, Washington, within six months jl9tf after the first pubtieatior of this notice. or they will be fqrever barred. Date of the first publication of this SIGNS MADE notice is 16th day" of October, 1964. Smarts- All kinds o ,art work, Peggy Aliens Lane, Phyllis Mac Crow Executrices of the above estate. truck :lettering, sho-cais, Thomas Malott Attorney adv'tisig. 320 "L" Street, 15 s  E mdg.. Spokane. Wash. Cheney. o16p (pet. 16-30) Hamblen, Gilbert & Rrooke For well drilling, "Try Lee 91 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. Fry." 30 years experience. OTICE OF SETTLEMEN1 OF ESTATF East 10211 9th, Spokane, Wn., ,. 76772 In the Superior Court of thu State of 99206 WA 6-0303. s18-n27 Washington in and for the County of Spokane. Union Oil service statmn,, Che- In the Matter nf the state of HELEN E. HIMES, deceased. " ney, for lease. Phone nghts, State of Washington, County of Spo. Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- k ..... ss. Notice is hereby given that William E 6476. s25tf Himes, the Executor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for Studio girl Cavmeics and gifts, settlemert to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokar.e County, State of Wash. C:le.o Johnson; 7801 Excell, his Final Account as such Executor. Spokane, \\;Vash. o2tf and a petition for the distribu- tion nf said estate, tn which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the Fast, dependable, experienced property to the heirs or persons entitled furrtace, heating stove ad to the same, and discharge the said Executor, and that Thursday, the 12th chimney cleaning. Phone 235- day of November, 1964, at the 4957 or 235.6295. o9tf hour of 10:00 o'clock ...... t the Court room of our said Super- ,,r court, in the City of ,qpokane, in said Spokane County, las been duly fixed PROFESSIONAL TYPING for the hearing and settlement of said IBM Electric Typewriter. Final Account and Peti:ion for Distri- hution, at which time and place any Theses and Term Paper person interested in said estate mal R'ates. From 20c page. Call appear and file his exceptions in writ Pat Kallem 235-4504. inn thereto and COntest the same. I o9tt WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf Methodist Church Rummage Sale, in Legion h,all Oct. 30- ";l through Nov. 7. CloEaing, household goods, miscellane- o:us items. Doors open at 9 a. m. pick up Oct. 30-31. Cionct for pick-up to John Van Brunt, Carl Hendricks. o16-23 WANTED Vanted---baby stv0ller, lahoe 235-4623. o16p CALL FOR FIRE APPARATUS BIDS The City of Cheney, Wash- ington, will accept bids for one (1) Class "A" 1,250 gallon per nfinute triple c,onbintion pumpirtg engine until the hour of 8:00 o'clock P. M., on the 10th day of November, 1964, at the .City Clerk's Office, Che- rey City all, Cheney, Wash- igton. All bids will be ape.ned an, d puhlicly read by the City i Courtcil at said time and date. Specificsions for the equip- men.t to be furv2shed a.nd bid forms may be obtned at the Office rff the City Cerk, Che- ney City Hall, Cheney, Wash- ington. The City of Chertey reserves the right to reject arty or all bids and to waive minor irreg- uh_iies in arty bid. By directi,on of the City Council: Roy Foes, City Cerk Cheney, Washington (Oct. 16-23) ORDINANCE NO. F-A1 Ar: Ordinance relating to the removal from the public streets of certain ve- hicles, the imp(mndirg of ' such ve- hicles and the establishment of a lien. on such vehicles for towing and stor- age, and providing for the effective date hereof. The City Council of the City of Che- net Do Ordain A Follbws: Section 1 Wherever ary police officer of the City of Cheney finds a vehicle standing upon the main traveled portion of ar*y public street of the City of Cheney, or in such a position that it constl- tutes a obstruction to traffic, is dis- able(I, provides a danger to travel, or is nlawfully parked, such offender is hereby authorized to remove such re- TylerNews e, By Wands Stengle The teenage clas's fom the Nazarene Cfmrch o,f Cheney en}oyed a "cder pressing Fa'- ty" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shea Saturday eve- nirg. Fifteen were press,hr. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Able- man of Cheney, a,ttended t,he Aumni banquet at Sprague Saturday night. Mrs. Vclma Davis and Mrs. Wands Ste.n,gle, with her two yungest son,s, drve to Far- mington Stmday afiternoon to visit Mr. and Mrs. Don Kr0g- CALL FOR BIDS Cheney School Dist., No. 360 3]7 D St., Cheney, Wash stad an,d family. They enjoyed I Friday, October 16, 1964 a birthday din,her heki  Don $ .... Kogstad. /Shea s sister, Mrs. Stea Mops. , Mrs. Gilbert P eterson went I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Abie- io pozane Monaay o see net ] mn, with the Lee Ab}eman sister,, Mrs. Leslie Paul, Che- family of Cheney, took a Sun- ney, who is in Sacred Heart day afterrmon drive down Iiospital recovering frmn sur- gery. Mrs. Don Shea spends much of her time now studyLng, as she has envIled as a pecial student at EWSC. Her theses include two courses of Span- ish and sttort,h,ad. Mrs. Ida Ham of Cheney en- joyed Sunday dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Brown. Mrs. J. P. Brown was hos- tess for a txarty l,at Wecknes- day afternoon. Ten ladies vrere present. Sealed bids will be received Mrs. Grace Miclmelson, with by the undersigned until 1:30 her f, ather, Mr. I_sle Brown ). m. on tire 29th day o.f Octo- visited her aunt, Mrs. Amm,a ber, 1964, at the School Admin- Brown, at Sprague Su, nd, ay. istrati,on Office, 317 D Street,' Mr. and Ms. Gilbert Per. Cheney, Washington, for the son called on Mr. and Mrs. Wal- fllowing item: ter Blumgren ,of Edwa,ll Sun- One 67-passenger, ga,slii,ne- day. powered conventional school Mrs. Bill Kuh,n called at the bus. home of Mr. ad Mrs. Do,rtald Further inf0rmati, on, inlud- Davis Sunday evening. To of 1.qg specLfieations and bid ber son3, Jim and Fred, en- forms, if required, may be se- joyed the day bunt}rg in the cured from Cheney School Dis- Tyler area trict No. 360, Administration Mrs. Clarence Kartchner at- Office, 317 D Street, Cheney tended a LDS Relief Society Wash. . !meeting a,t Harrin,gton last Lovell Poore, Asst. Supt. i Tlu.rsday night. (Oct. 9-16) Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stew- Date of the first publication of this art of Geiger He,ights were notice is 16th day ,f October, 1964. guests at a Saturday eve,ng w. J. Robinson Admin'istrator of supper at the hams of Mr. ad the above estate. Paul H. Richter Attorr.ey of Mrs. Clarence Kartehner. Richter, Wimberley & Ericson, Weekend visitors at the 708 Old National Bank Building, Slmkanv, Washinaton home of Elmer Harris were his (pet. 16-:0, Ray Harris, and Mrs. T. G. PATTERSON ttarri*s f,rom Ancortes. 628 ONB Bldg.. Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Don Shea and Mrs. Ira NOTICE OF SFTTL"MENT O ESTATE Shea drove to Spokane for No. 76734 In the Superior Court of the State of shopping last Friday. While Washingtor* in and for the County of there they ca}led on Mrs. Ira Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES GORDON SIMMONS, deceased. State of Washingtor,. Courty of |o- kane.--ss ....... Notice is hereby given that James Gor- don Simmons. Sr., the Administrator of the above estate has rendered and pre- serted for settlemen,t to. and filed in 'he Superior Court of Spoakne County, State of Washington his Final count as t;uch admiristrator and a petition for the dis- tribution of said estate, in which the court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute rhe property to the heirs or ersons er*titled to the same. and dlscharr the said Administrator, aad that Friday, the 13th day of Ntvernber, 1964, at the hour of 10:00 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 Account and Petitior for Distribution, at which time and place any perso interested Ix* said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and con- test the same. Dated this 13th day of October, 1964. George E. Fallquzst County Clerk ane Clerk of the Superior Court. By Ralph V. Renwick Deputy. __ 00o0t -II 11 KEITH S. CAMPBELL COONeY ]1 Re-Elect KEITH H. Campbell Dated this 14th day of October, 1964. STATE REPRESENTATIVE George Fallquist County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court FIFTH DIST. DEMOCRAT By Ralph V Renwick, Deputy (Oct. 16-,0) Henry D. Kass, acting pres. Richter, Wimberley& Ericson Clarence D. Martin Club Suite 708 Old National Bldg.. James McKeehan, treas. Spokane. Washington -- 99201 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77958 Cheney Free Press Page 5 I Daverport way, e'njoyi the autumn scenery. Mrs. Po]Jy Abieman, s sister Mrs. Kate Dennis of Omak, vis" Red In'st Saturday. Vote Democratic MEET AMERICA'S CHALLENGE C. D. Martir Democratic Club, 112 Col legs, Cheney, Washington Acting President, henry D. Kaas DALE DUVALL DALE DUVALL is presently working on a program to in- sure that Eastern Washington State College will start receiv- ing its share of the capital ex- penditures money now going to other state educational in- stitutions. Vole for DUVALL, your Fifth Districf State SenatorG.O.p. CENEY CITIZFN'S FOR DUVALL 309 ,. 5th St Cheney, Washington Come One--(: me All Turkey Dinner Adults - - Children unde00 125! "50 -$1 Sponsored by M. L. Booster Club PLACE: HIGH SCHOOL TIME: 5-7:30, OCT. 30, 1964 BEFORE CHENEY-MEDICAL LAKE FOOTBALL GAME Eastern Washington State College Presents Its Annual HOMECOMING DAY "Shades of Autumn" October 24 -- Cheney 9:30 A. M.  PARADE, DOWNTOWN CHENEY 10:O0-1:00--ALUMNI REGISTRATION, UNION BLDG. 10:30LECTURE SERIES, SCIENCE BLDG. AUD. Speakers: Dr. Nicol and Dr. Halwas 11:30-1:00--LUNCH IN TAWANKA COMMONS AND THE ISLAND HARBOR I:00--PRE-GAME ACTIVITIES AT WOODWARD FIELD 1:30---HOMECOMING FOOTBALL GAME, PLU VS. EWSC HALF-TIME ACTIVITIES 3:30COFFEE HOUR AND TOURS 4:30--BARBECUE AT TAWANKA COMMONS 9:00-12:00--HOMECOMING DANCE, RIDPATH MOTOR INN EMPIRE BALLROOM Barbecue Tickets  $1.50 Adults; $1.00 Children under 12 years of age Game Tickets  $1.00 Adults; 50 Students; Chirdren under 12 free. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED [ Serving the 8:i5 p. m. Cheney and Violinist Joseph Knitzer Medical Lake Area with &nd ,- .  All $1andard 0Jl Pr0duds Pianist Arthur Loesser SPECIALIZING IN HEATING OILS Iu the Superior Court of the State of STATE SENATOR Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of Cooney sponsored the iuve- JOHN GRACANIN, deceased Notice isherebygive, that the under, nile gun safety training law EWSC Chambe ies sign:l has been appointed Admiristrator ! of the above estate i this Court and which requires four hours of r aer has qualified accordingly, and that all )ersons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims duly safety training for minors verified, with necessary vouchers, nDon t Violin Piano the undersigned at 708 Old National seeking hunting licenses. This Batik Building, Spokane, Washington or upon Richter, Wimberley & Ericsor the attorneys of record at their office at 708 has reduced firearms accidents Old National Bank Building', Spokane, Washingt6,n and file such claim with in the stets. proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Wash., within six morths Democrat after the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred.  Sonata DUO You can relax when you re covered by SAFECO Victor Wilson Insurance ADMISSION BY COLLEGE ARTIST SEASON TICKETS AI Haskins Standard Oil Distributor PERFORMANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT DOOR 235-6378 CHENEY