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Page 8 Friday. October 30, 1953 Cheney Free Press m SPEEDY SPORTS CAR--Joe Henderson of Tacoma is at the wheel of his Jaguar XK-120C. Fast sports cars of this type from all over the nation are entering sportscar races being held this fall in the Northwest. SINGLE DIAL CONTROL .,, Replates Prying Time and Temperature ,,. Prevents Heat Waste ... ,,, n,m,m $169.95 ' MOST ECONOMICAL!... Fowler reduces the cost of automatic clothes drag by regulating time and' temper- . ature for you. With a Fowler Electric Clothes Dryer you set only one d/a/, atthe degree Qf dryness you desire. Fowler does the rest.., dries clothes automati- cally, shuts off immediately when clothes are dry. Fowler never overdries,'never wastes heat. See Fowler  the dothes dryer with the big, money-saving features! FOWLER 0000,CLOTHES DRYER Hansen Hardware Roy S. Hansen Willard Bernard Homecoming Contest Slated To Highlight EWC Affairs The Eastern VVashington Savages, enjoying their best sea- son in three years, host the Central Washington Wildcats Saturday afternoon at Woodward Stadium in conjunction with the 62nd annual Homecoming here at EWCE. Coach Ed Chissus ' eleven is currently holding down second dace in Evergreen conference standings with three victories and - only one defeat. Central, in con-[ SPORTS CALENDAR I ference play, has estabhshed a 1-3J record. CWCE's only victory was] EVERGREEN CONFERENCE over the University of British Co- i Saturday, Oct 31 lumbia, defeated by Eastern last' Central Washington vs. Eastern i Washington at Cheney week. ] . Paczfzc Lutheran vs. British Co- Eastern is expected to be at full ilumbi a at Vancouver strength for the Wildcats Saturday. t Whitworth vs. Seattle Ramblers Bill Nicholls, senior guard fromlat Spokane Davenport, and Jotm Ditz junior Western Washington vs. College !eft halfback from Chehalis, are expected to be back in the fold after missing the trip to Vancouver last weekend for the game against British Columbia Ditz has been bothered with a bad shoulder and Nicholls hurt himself while moving a refrigerator. The Savages looked pretty sharp against the Thunderbirds Satur- day afternoon before 5500 UBC ttornecoming fans. Their downfield blocking was good and the EWCE offensive attack clicked smoothly at times. The main weakness is still pass defense where the Sav- ages have been impotent all year. British Columbia hit 15 for 39 and 263 yards against the Red Raiders last week. Central Washington is expected to be at peak point for their annual contest against the arch-rival East- ern team. Last year the Wildcats edged Eastern 20-14 after trailing of Puget Sound at Tacoma Saturday, Nov. 7 Eastern Washington vs. College of Puget Sound at Tacoma Whitworth vs. Pacific Lutheran at Tacoma, night British Columbia vs. Western Washington at Bellingham, night WSC COUGARS MEET HORN FROGS SAT. IN SPOKANE All the pageantry, thrills and ex- citement of football as played by one of the most colorful teams of the nation will be enacted for fans of Spokane and the Inland Em- pire, Saturday, November 7, when the Horned Frogs of Texas Chris- tian university clash with the Cougars of Washington State col- lege in the Spokane Memorial sta- : dium. by two touchdowns at halftime. There are ats till v ..... . . , se s a auaole co Wildcat coach L. G. Carmoay.  .wtll i Inland Empire fans m" the bz s'~ ,-* bank on sophomore packs ill rar .... I dmm where every seat ts good and riman, Don Trombley and Don rovides an cell ..... ier " arr the f .... L P ex ant wew oi [ne r" ce to c y o zenstve maul la-in- field P Y ; . for Ellensburk The trio has been ........  lne smoents anu noosters ot outstanding for the Wildcats all ..... I Washington State are going to fol- season and wiu pace the wentratl low their team in a great caravan crew in their attempts for a vic- to Spokane. There will be a stirring tory to spoil Eastern's Homecom- ing. Eastern downed the Wildcats in a Homecoming tilt two years ago. All three of Central's conference losses have been close games. Whitworth downed the Wildcats 7-2, Pacific Lutheran edged them 7-6 and College of Puget Sound scored in the final 20 seconds last weekend to win, 20-19. Starting lineups for the game Saturday will be as follows: Eastern Meryl Bauer LE Floyd Schloss LT ;Earl :Norman L Carl Ruud C Leon Horton R3 Willard dulum Rr B. Hancock RE t Don Faraea QB Dick Graham L,H M:. Rasmussen RH Gary Davis FB downtown parade with college bands augmented by the colorful North Central high school band and the drum and bugle corps from Fairchild air force base. The Wash- ington State College band and the pep band will both be in the line of march. Spokane's streets will be deco- rated, and after the game there will be dancing and entertainment for students, alumni and fans alike Centrall Washington ranks 23rd in Jim Baggett J nation in population. Don Best Dave Tucker Bob Hibbard Lewis White Don Lyall Harry Guay Bill Harriman Don Pierce Don Trombley Don Rundle the Here's your cue to greatest motor car valueI... FEATUR aro,rho i HEaT " " PRICIIS of any line in its field! MORE PEOPLE BUY CHEVROLETS THAN You*ll find that Chevrolet brings you virtually every buyer-benefit of- fered by higher-priced cars, from a luxurious Fashion-First Body by Fisher to the soft, smooth, passenger- cradling Knee-Action Ride... And from thrilling high-compres- sion Valve-in-Head engine perform- ance, with Powerglide automatic driv- ing* or standard driving, to extra- easy Power Steering* and Jumbo. Drum Brakes-the largest brakes in Chevrolet's field. Yet this big, beautiful Chevrolet is America's lowest-priced large-selling car, is exceedingly economical to oper- ate and maintain, and has traditionally higher resale value. Come in, confirm these facts, and you'll choose Chevrolet! , eOptlonai at ra Cost. Comtnation ot PowertUde utoma anmlon and 115-b4. "*Bhw-Flame"  evellebl oe "Two-T" and BI Ab modcla Po St aOablt on all mo&b. ANY OTHER CARl Brown and Holter Motor Co. Phone Main 151 CHEVROLET AGENCY Cheney. Wash. i i ,i , } ii i i CO-ED NABS PAIRPert Shirley Rowe (rrr-ow)' nabbed  footballers Willard Julum, left, and Bernie Hancock to hold her EWCE pennant to remind people not to forget Eastern's 63rd annual Homecoming and the football game with Central Wash- ington college at 2 p.m. Saturday (Photo by Andrist) Many Vets of Korean War Losing Right to Insurance Several hundred veterans of the Korean war are losing their right to low cost term insurance be- cause they delayed too long in making application, Veterans Ad- ministration said today. Roughly five per cent of the vet- erans who, because of their active service on or after June 27, 1950, [are eligible for the insurance, have failed to apply in time following discharge. Automatically covered during service and for 120 calendar days after discharge by servicemen's in- demnity, the veteran must make application for the new non-partici- pating term National Service Life insurance within 120 days after discharg or lose all rights to such insurance coverage. Study of records at the VA in- surance centers at Fort Snelling, Minn., and Denver, Colo., where in- surance matters of World War IIi and Korean veterans of the Pacific i Northwest and Intermountain Era- lion, he would be making applica- tion on the 122rid day. The VA can make no exception, and the veteran has lost his right to ever be granted this term insurance, except, of course, that he should reenter sere-: ice. VA advises all Korean veterans who desire to take advantage of i the low-cost non-participating term NSLI, to make sure that they make their applications before 120 days elapse, and to be sure to send in the correct amount of the first month's premium. Haligrimson Return After Duty Tours With US Air Force Ben Hallgrimson, EWCE band director, has returned to the camp- us this year after an extended tour of duty in the air force. Hallgrimson left the campus in pire are handled, reveals that many April, 1951, when the air force veterans are taking the "120 days" called up the 460th air force band, to mean four months. Under the a reserve unit whose members were l strict wording of the law, even one Eastern students. day beyond the deadline, which is As a warrant officer in the air "120 calendar days," is suffici force Hallgrimson was musical di- to make the al)plieation void. rector of the "March On" televi- For instance, if a veteran dis- sion show produced in Seattle as charged on May 30 should walt un- a unified services show. The largest til September 30 to make applica- armed forces show in the U.S., it won first place in national awards for its Christmas production in  CKg0W 1952. drOP' gi From Seattle Hallgrimson was transferred to Belling field, Wash- The answers to everyday insurance problems* By "Pete" Question: When my insurance Company pays me for collision damage to my car can I collect further money from the other driver if he is at fault? ANSWER: Not for the same damage. W'hen you accept the money from the Company you assign the Company your rights to collect from the other driver so that the Company may re- cover their loss if he is at fault. *If you'll address your own questions to this office, we'll try to give you the correct answers and there will be no charge or obligation of any kind. VICTOR WILSON , AGENCY CHENEY CHARLES T, GOODSELL 1819 N. Normandie St., Spokane. Wuh. NOTICE TO CREI)ITOR No., 54790 Superior Court. State of Washington, County of Spokane. In the matter of the estate of ISAAC P. BUCHANAN, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that the uade signed ha b e e n appointed Exeoutrix of the above e,ate in this court and hu qualified accordingly, and that" all ington, D.C., where he assumed duties as director of the air force band leader training section of the air force school of music Before returning to the Cheney campus, Hallgrimson did graduate study at the University of Wash- ington. CHENEY VISITORS LEAVE FOR ARABIA Mrs. Ben Brill (nee IVabel Wal- ton) and son Donald and daughter Karen, of Yakima, have been vis- iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs A1hert Walton for the past week. They left Wednesday by plane for Saudi, Arabia, to join Mr. Brill who is with the American Oil com- pany at that place. They expect to be gone two years. 'They are to make the ocean trip by plane, also and expect to arrive there Novem- ber 1. BLECHSCHMIDT & MeKENZIE 202 Division St., P.O. Box 706 Grandview, Wash. NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF REAL PROPERTY No. 20036 In the Superior Court of the State of Veashington, in and for Yakima County, in Probate. In the matter of the Guardianship of the : Persons and Estates of KATHLEF_ WYNN POWELL and LAURABELLE POWELL, Minors. Notice is hereby given that in compli- ance with the Order of the Court herein entered n the above-entitled cause, the undersigned Guardian will, on or after the 20th day of November, 1953, sell the following described property, to-wit : 4/72 interest in and to Government Lots 3 and 4 and the Southeast 4 of South- west z/ of Section 19, Township 23 North, Range 41. E.W.M., and the North  of Southeast -" the South- west  of Southeast A and Southwest ]4 of Section 24, Township 23 North, Range 40, E.W.M., situate in County of Spokane, State of Washington : s having claims against todd de- at private sale at 202 Division Street, are req-uired to erve elalm, Grandview. Washington. All bids for said duly verified, with necessary vouchers, property must be in writing and ad- upon the undersigned at N.1922 Norman- dressed to the undersigned Guardian and die St., Spokane, Washington or upon delivered to him or his attorneys at the Charles T. Goodsoll, the nttorne7 of above address, or filed with the Clerk of record at hie office at 1819 N. Nor- the above-entitled court at or before noon mandie St., Spokane, Washingten and of the 20th day of November. 1958; the file such claim with preof of lush bids shall specify thee.arms of the offer service in the office of the Clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six month after the first publleation of this notice, or they will be forever ban'ed. Date of the first publication of tide notioe is 18 day of October, 1988. Bernice Buchanan, exeoutrix of the above eetata. Charl T. Goodll, Atty. 1817 N: Normandie it., Spokane. Wash, (oct. I-oc.t. So) and none will be considered where the offer is less than 90% of the appraised value. Dated at Grandview, Washington, this 24th day of October, 193. R. E. Powell, Guardian of the above* entitled Estates. Bleehschmidt & MeKenzie, Attorneys for Guardian 202 Division St., P. O. Box 706 Grandview. Whlngton (Oct. SO-Nov. 3) GI Q. I have an under National surance. I want to payment endowment uot a dis:bled go about making A. You should District Office that account In order change, you will be the difference vahm of the ne" reserve bn the old R. P. WC 745 Peyton NOTIC OF No. In the Superior Washington, in Spokane. in the matter of the A. HARDGROVE. State of WashingtOl, : kane--ss. Notice is hereby Hardgrovc. the tale, has rendered rnent, to, and filed of Spokane her final account as a petition for the esiate, in which settle said ]state, to the heirs or same, and discharge and that Friday, November, 1953, at a. m.. at the said Superior Spokane, in s a has been duly settlement of said tition for distribution, place any person may appear and writing thereto Dated this 27th Gee. E. Clerk of the By F.mmet (Oct. KEITH, 514 Spokane & NOTICE OF No. In the Superior Washington, in Sikane. In the matter of tb E. HAMMER State of kane---. Notice is hereby Alice Hammer, tl above estate, ha sented for Superior Court of of Wasbington he exe,-utrix and a tion of said estate, is asked to settle the property to tbe titled to the same, Flossie Alice the 26th day of hour of 9:30 room of our said City of Spokane, has been duly settlement of tition for place any person may appear and writing thereto Dated this 26t Gee. E. Clerk of the By Emmet (Oct. CLARENCI$ 513 Columbia NOTICE TO No. Superior Court. County of Irr the matter H. Notice is hereby signed has been of the above has qtmlified )erson8 ceased are verified, with the undersigned Bldg., Spokane, enee J. Berkey, his office at 512 Washington, poof of such Clerk of the Spokane, after the first or they will Date of the notice is 30th day The Old the above estate. Clarence J. BerkeY, 512 Columbia (Oct. 307 Pauleen SUMMONS No. In the Superior Washington, in Spokane. GRACE HINGL EY; vs. BLAIN The State of Blain Hingley, You are within sixty (60) the first to-wit : Within 3Oth day of above entitled titled Court, and of the plaintiff answer upon the his office below tour failm'e so to rendered against demand of the filed with the The object of an absolute and favor of the defendant ulmn support and the plaintiff her Hingley. Boardman No Id' Plaintiff Post Office Addre 307 Paulsen Bldg., (Oct. A, O. 217 SUMMONS In the Superior Washington, in Spokane. EARL BARNHOUS]. BARNHOUSE, husbaa tiffs. vs. MRS. E. WILL known heirs of deceased, and alsO parties unknown, title, estate or other estate described ia fendants. State of Washir Will Huercamp " E. Will HuercamP, other persons or ing and right, terests in the complaint. You are sixty days after publication of the sixty (60) days October, 1963 ttled action in the and answer the tiff and serve the undersigned below stated ; SO to do, against you the complaint, the clerk of The cause of title in the described real Washington : The NZ, of Section 15, 42 East of the the County Wshington, thereof ; Also said Section 18. A. O. Colburn, P, O. Address 17 Paulesn Bldg., IOCt.