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NT FOR SALE FOR SALE "New Custom Homes" 3 and 4 bedroom homes in ew district. Ready to occu- PY after Oct. 1. Select your lot and have a custom home built. FHA or conventional financing. Widmer Realty, Ken Moclan MA 4-1288 s25tf for sale. Bill&apos;s "66" Se Vice station, Tyler. For de- phone Tyler 421, eve- s25tf PIANO to be picked and sold. Want re ston- party in this area to as- small me. pyts. Alo ORGAN. Write or Credit Mgr., Kohler & Pian'os. 4759 Univer- N. E., Seattde, Wash. o16-30 2 bedroom home on car- lot. 11/ baths, st0cker Ed Doten Real Estate let St., 235-4050. ol6f FOR RENT Attractive trailer space for rent, also two bedroom rail- or. Winter rates until June, ]965. SA 3-4242, Picnic Pines, Silver Lake. s25tf 3 bedroom duplex, eating space in kitchen. Liv. rm w/fire- place. Ken Morlan, Widmer PeaRy, MA 4-]288. o23tf SPECIAL For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer need or use. Help Us To Help The Poor. For pickups call BE 5-6814. jl8tf Will pay a good price for US and Canadian coins. Free al> praisal if you do not wish to sell. 4141/2 First St., Cheney jl9tf Ceramics Classes starting roan, beginners, intermediate, ad- ,/anced, $1.00 lesson plus ma- terials. Materials available. In- terested parties call Doro,thy Butler, 235-6874. 030 For well drilling, "Try Lee Fry." 30 years experience. East 10211 9th, Spokane, Wn., 99206. WA 6-0303. s18-n27 "Income Property" duplex, 3 bedrooms, kit- Uni, on Oil service station,, Che- with blt-in range and spa<, fireplace, better Ken Morhn, Widener MA 4-1287. o23tf SALE OR RENT 2 bedroom home, full fire p'lace, stoker, water system, ea,ll FA Spokane. o30p buffet, library dining new crue,t set. Tlms. phone 235-4747. o30-n6 3'-bedroom home. Very condition, in excellent d, two fireplaces, cabinets, attractive rec- room and extras. For by owner at i0w down FHA. See t West Rockwell, or call FA 5- o30-n6 house, automatic close in. 235-6863. o30tf LOTS FOR SALE budding lots, West Che. rey, reasonable. 235-4582. o30-n6 PET STOCK ttOUND PUPS Regis- champion-sired, truly $50.00. MA 4-8360, J or weekend. 030 -- crank type styles. Perfect inter- conlacting far off points etc. guaranteed to RI 7-5930, Spokane or W. 3028 41st. o30-n6p S. Treasury Department--Internal Service Notice of Public Auction :Pursuant to authority car, rained 6331 of the Internal Revenue the property described below has seied for nonpayment of delin internal revenue taxes due from F. Binder, 1. 25_03 Columbus Spokane, Washington 99207 The will be sold in accordance with of Section 6335 of the Revenue Code, and the regula- at public auction. Date 10, 1964. Time ef :00 p. m.. Place of Sale Coronet Service, W. 502 Dean Ave., Wash. 99201. Descriptior/, of 1956 Ford two door station nmber 641403363--motor MGSA132960--1icense number 5. Property may be inspected at: Towin Service, W. 502 Dean Payment terms: () ull pay- upov; acceptance of high- Type of Remittanve: All pay- st be by cash, certified check, or treasurer's check or by a Postal, bank, express or telegraph order. Make checks ami money Payable to "Interrml Revenue Title Offered : Only the right, interest of Louis F. Binder will be offered Director of Inernal Neal S. Warren By: Rever*ue ' (Signature) D. T. Maggs. Date 64. Address for informatior con- sale, Internal Revenue Service. Marche Bldg., Spokane. Phone ext. 511. Oct. 30 R. NETHERCUTT Bldg., spokane, Wash. SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 74932 Superior Court of the State of in and for the C.oun.y of Matter of the Estate of L. SECORD, decead. of Washington, County of Spo- is hereby given that Richard the Adminiatrater with of the above estate, has for settlement to, t the Superior Court of County, State of Washing. Final Account as such admin- with 'iil Annexed and a Deti-[ tbe distribution of said estate, [ the Court is asked to settle ate, distribute the property teJ s or persons entitled to the same, I argo the said Admir,strater with I Annexed,  that Tuesday, the I oz 2ovemter, 1964, at the hour I o'clock a. m., at the Court or our said Superior the City of Spokane, in said ounty, ham been duly fixed for ag and settlement of said Final and Petition for Distribution. time enid place any person said estate may appear and exceptions in writing thereto the sane. day of October. 1964. County Clerk atul Superior 'Court. McCorkle, Deputy (Oct. 30-Nov. 13) WILLIAM G. LUSCHER ? Division Street, Spokane, 23, Wn. OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. 76354 Superior Court of the State of in and for the County of Matter of the Estate P. KELLY, deceased. ney, for lease. Phone nights, Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- 6476. s25tf __ Studio girl Cosraecs and gifts. Cieo Johnson,, 7801 Excell Spokane, Wash. o2ff Fast, dependable, experienced furrmce, heating stve and chimney e]eamng. Phone 235- 4957 or 235-6295. o9tf PROFESSIONAL TYPING IBM E]ectc Typewriter. Theses arid Term Paper l'aCes. From 20c age. Call Pat Kallem 235-4504. o9ff , WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. tf WANTED Reg. nurse at Crheney Nursing Home. H.0ttrs 7 to 3. Phone 235-6549. o23tf LOST "Willie," all white half-grown Tom c,at, wearing red col'hr. Children's pet. 235-4040. 030 N.tice is hereby given that William G. Luscher, in his capacity as Admin istrator of the above estate, will sell at private sale an'd for cash the followin, g described real estate: House and lot at North 2811 Lacey Street, Spokane, Wash., legally de- scribed as: Lots 3 and 22 in Block 14 of Northeast Addition to Ross Park, City and County of Spokane, Wash- ingtor*; and Lots 21 and 23 of Block 14 of Northeast Addition' to Ross Park, City and County of Spokane, State of Washington; to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted in writing ad may be left with the Ad- ministrator at 4407 North Divisior*, Suite 808 Northtown' Bldg., Spokar:e, Washington,. Bids will be received until the date of sale. The sale will be made on or after November 13, 1964. The Administrator reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Admiristartor, William G. Luscher Suite 808 Northtown Buildir*g, North 4407 Division Street, Spokare, Washington, Attorney for Estate. (Oct. 30-Nov. 6) Davis, Trezona. Chsatek & Lorenz 302 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane 1. sah. NOTICE TO CREDITORS :No. 78179 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of DAVID G. DURHAM, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Executri of the above estate in this Court and has qualified 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 302 Fidelity Building, Spokane, Washington or up Davis, Trezor. Chastek & Lorenz, the attorneys of record at their office at 302 Fidelity Bldg., Spokane, Wn.. ar.'d file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the clerk of the above court at the City of Spokane, Wash., within six moths after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the First publicatio of this notice is 30th day of October, 1964. Susie Frances Durham Executrix of the above estate. Davis, Trezona, Chsatek & Loren By : Norman F. Trezon Attorneys 302 Fidelity Bldg., Slkane, ,Vrash. (Oct. 30-Nov. 13) Keith, Winston & Repold 514 Spokane & Eastern Building Spokane 1, WsaMngten No. 78166 [ J I the Superior Court of the State ef | [ Washington in and for the County of ]l Spokane. I l Ir the Matter of the Estate of [[ CLEON T. EVANS, deceased. LI Notice is hereby given that the under- | signed has been appointed Executrix |J of the above estate in this Court and l| has qualified accordingly, and that all i persons havi claims against Imid de-; ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers, upon the undersignffid at West 1503 Knox Avenue, Spokane, Washingto or upon Keith, Winsto & Repsold the attorneys of record at their office at 514 Spokane & Easterr: Buildirg, Spokane, Wash- ington, arid 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 fove barred. Date of the first publieation of this notice is 30th day of October, 1964. Mary L. Evans Executrix of the above estate. Keith, Winston & Repsold By: Nelson B. Repsold Attorneys 514 Spokane & Eastern' Building, Spokar% Washington. (Oct. 30-Nov. 13) ORDINANCE NO. F-42 An Ordinance regulating dancing, llve music, and commun.ity singing i the City of Cheney it; establishments licensed under the laws of the State of Washington to sell or offer for sale intoxicating or other spiritous liquors, fixing the license fee therefor, reg- ulating the hours thereof, amending Or- dinance No. F-23, and providing penal- ties for the violation thereof. Whereas, Sections I, 1I, and III of Ordinance Nu). F-23 adopted November 26, 1963, read as follows: "SECTION I From and after the taki effect of this Ordinan,cv, it shall be unlawful for any person, firm or corporation to per- mit dancin in an establishment oper- ated by him or it in which i*toxicating m" other spiritous liquors are sold or offered for sale without irst securing a license therefor from the City Clerk, the issuance of said license to be sub- ject t( the approval of the City Cuncil, and upon the payment of the sum of $100.00, which is hereby fixed as the annual ]icer.'se fee. The anr*ual license year shall be from January to Decem- ber 31 each year, provided, however, the fee for the in,trial license issued to any person, firm or coropration shall be prorated over the propoTtion of the license year remainirg at the time of issuance of the license." "SECTION II Each and eve,'y person, ficm or cor- poration conducting or operating- a busi- ness where intoxicating or other spirit- ous liquors are sold arid in which danc- in., is permitted hereunder shall be responsible and accountable for the con,- duct of the patrons thereof and it shall be unlawful to permit any noisy or boisterous conduct or unseenly and in'- decen,t dancing or conduct in any such establishments." "SECTION III No danelng shall be permitted oh' the premises licensed under this Ordinance at any time when the sale of such in'- toxicating or other spiritous liquors is prohibited from being: sold by the laws of the State of Washington' or any regulation of the Washington State Liq- uor Control Board." And Whereas the City C<mneil of the City of C%ency desire to amend said Sections, nw, therefor The City Council of the City of Cheny Do Ordain As Follows : SCECTION I Section I of Ordinance No. F-23 is amended to read as follows: I'om and after the taking effect of this Ordinance, it shall be un'lawful for any person', firm or corporation, to per- mit dancing, live music or community singing in an establishmen operated by him or it in which intoxicating or other apiritons liquors are sold or offered for sale without first securin'g a license therefor from the City Clerk. the issu- ance of said license to be subject to the approval of the City Council, and Upon the payment of the following annual license fees: dancing, live music, and community singing $100,00 per year; live music and community singing- only (no dau'cing) $75.00 per year. The annual license year shall be from January to December 31 each year. provided, how- ever, the fee for the initial license issued to any person, firm or corporation shall be prorated over the proportion of the license year remaining at the time of issuance of the licerme. SECTION I Section II of Ordinance No, F-23 is amended to read as follows: Each and every persor, firm or cor- poration conducting or operating a busi- ness where intoxicating or other spirit- ous liquors are sold and in' which danc- ing and/or live music and community singing are permitted hereunder shall be responsible and accountable for the conduct of the patrons thereof and it shall be unlawful to permit any noisy or boisterous conduct or unseemly and indecen dancing or conduct in' any such establishments. SECTION III Section III of Ordinance No. F-23 is amended to read as follows: No dancing, live music or community singing shall be permitted or' the Dram- ises licensed under this Ordinance at any time when the sale of such intoxi- cating or other spiritous liquors is pro- hibited from being sold by the laws of Composite Fund Declares Dividends Directors of Composite Fund, Inc., have declared a quarterly dividend of 7 cent., a share from regular invest- ment income, payable Oct. 31 to shareholders o,f record Oct 16, a number of whom are resi- dents of Cheney. This is the 60th consecutive quarterly dividend paid by Composite Fund, Inc., Spokane, investment banking firm, and brings to 22 cents a share the total paid from this source during the 1964 fiscal year. "On Oct. 16 total net assets of Cemp0site Fund were ap- proximately $21,200,000, an in- ere,use of $3,500,000 ver total net assets of about $17,700,000 a year ago," said George R. Yancey, the Fund's president. NO NEW TAXES Referendum No. 12, the $59,- 000,000 school construction is- sue, creates n0 new taxes of any kind. the State of Washington or any regu- lation of the Washington State Liquor Control Board. SECTION IV AnT person or persons violating any of the provisions of this Ordinan'ce shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and upon conviction thereof shall be punished by a fine of not less than $10.00 nor more than' $100.00 or by imprisonment in the city jail for not more than thirty (30) days or by both such fine and impris- vnmen. SECTION V This Ordinance shall take effect and be enforced from and after five (5) days after its passage, approval and publicatiom Passed by the City Council this 27th (lay of October, 1964. Approved by the Mayor this 27th day of October. 1964. Nolan Brown, Mayor Attest: Roy Pass, City Clerk Approved as to Form: Merritt A. Johnson, City Attorney (Oct. 30, 1964) SPEED YOUR WORK WITH A Robber Stamp FOR SPEEDY SERVICE ORDER DIRECT FROM Cheney Free Press 5 Cheney Students In Symphony Choir Five Cheney students at Eastern Washington, State Col- lege are members of the 75- -oice EWSC Symphonic Choir Friday, October 30, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 British Journalist Slates EWSC Speech Malcolm Muggeridge, Brii- journalist and satirical cam- They are Terri M. Ditlevson, men.tator on our times, will Dorothy P. Martin, Marie A. speak at an Eastern Washing- Maughan, Sandra R. Re4tmeier ton State College convoeaiion and Chudia L. Wilson. Thursday at 1:30 p. m. in Sho- walter Auditorium on the SCHOOLS NEEDED EWSC campus ",m,^Cheney. Referendum No. 12, the $59,-! His talk on .- Fool's Eye 000,000 school construction is-View of the World" is pen to sue, provides for 142 new and the public without charge. needed schools throughout the state. I'M NOT DEAF Under normal corditions, I hear well enough. But sometimes my ultra-miniature hearing aid is a blessing. I put it in my ear ad I hear. It is so natural sounding--noth- ing above my oar, or below my ear. Nothing behind my ear or in front of my ear. No tubes, nor wires, no scratchy sounds. It is especially designed for those who hear, but do not ahvays under- stand. This modern hearing aid may give you the extra "lift" you need to live a full and active life l Rush this coupor. You'll receive descrip- tive pamphlet promptly. FREE! Actual size copy of smallest hearing aid over made. Wear it in your own home and keep it. FREF-,without cost or obllagtion while supply lasts. Send now! (*Not an actual hearing aid.) WRITE TODAY "HEARING DEVICE" P. O. Box 36 Spokane, Washington Fri. - Sat. Double Feature Jerry Lewis in "Don't Give Up The Ship" Plus "Man With The X-Ray Eyes" Doors Open 7:15, Show 7:30 Jerry Lewis, 7:45 Elect X-Ray Eyes, 9:10 Exit 10:50 COMING WED.  THURS. Bill E. "Dr. Strangelove" McKEE Mid Nite Spook Show Door Open 11 p. m. Show at 11:30 All Seats 75c Luiten At Meeting Participating from ts area in the 1964 sessions of the North Pacific Grain Growers "Comedy of Terrors" a,nu, al convention in Spokane yesterday ,nd today has been Elmer C. Luiten, manager of the Cheney Grain Growers, according to an announcement from W. A. ((Dick) PAchards, NPGG general ma, nager at the Portland headquarters offices. Vincent Price Peter Lorre Boris Karloff PIX THEATRE STATE REPRESENTATIVE 5TH DISTRICT Conservative Republican who will work for economy in State Government and who will represent the people in the Fifth District. Drinkers Are Thieves Drinking drivers are hieves, stea,lng our safety on the high- ways. CLASSROOMS NEEDED Washington state must build the equivalent of 40 classrooms a month to keep up with stu- dent en,rollment increases. RE-ELECT Your Present County Commissioner W. O. "BILL" ALLEN Keep Spokane County Progressing on a Balanced Budget THERE IS NO SUBSTITUTE FOR PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE PLUS A GOOD RECORD Joan,ne Strandberg, Chairman, 9907 N. Divion, Spokane, Wn. Alien for C0mnissioner fund, Nettle Herrman, treas. ,- $'I,$.,, '::::: ....  :i.!::"":::::':'" "::"<'::":' .:,! ..... .:i.:"""!";: ", " ..... :::::::.::::::.:L...,, ..... :::<: Y'-:::::::.. ':::"::::: ATTORNEY He's an Exceptional Public Servant JOHN J. O'CONNEIL--Washinon Attorney General, says: "George A. Kain exemplifies the heritage which bus been the standard of the Proseeuting Attorneys of Spokane County far years. The people of Spokane are fortunate to have ,a ma of Kain's ability and experience in this vitally imoprtant office." DR. MILTON W. DURHAM--Spokane Surgeon, says: "George A. Kain administers the ,office o Prosecuting Attorney with keen efficiency and without regard f0 political consider- ations. He merits the continued support o,f the, citizens of our county." Committee to Retain KAIN  Democrat DEL, CARY SMITH, SR. -- LYLE KEI TH -- Co-Cimirmen S & E Bldg., Spokane DALE DUVALL STATE SENATOR GOP Family man, Deacon at North Hill Christian Church. Former grain and livestock farmer in Creston. Presently an account- ant for a construction firm in Spokane. In personal doorstep meet. ings and in coffee hours, Dale Duvall has sought out your opinions on the probl'ems fac- ing our district. He wants to represent you, not a political machine. CHEIVEY CrrIZENS FOR DUVALL 809 1 th St Cheney, Washing, ten You can relax. when you're covered by Victor Wilson Insurance Bill McCormick is.:. FOR no new taxes and no increase in present taxes. FOR reduction of B & O tax. FOR Eastern Washington's share of new highways. FOR continued support of complete and efficient school programs at all levels. FOR continued support of Lakeland Village and Eastern State Hospital. FOR continued support of Grange Ag- ricultural Policies. Re.Elect W. L {B!!l} McC0rmlck YOUR PRESENT STATE REPRESENTATIVE Democrat - 5th District His Experience and Seniority Will Continue to Work For You