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Friday, November 20, 1964 Cheney Free Press Page 5 WANT FOR SALE FOR SALE "New Custom Homes" and 4 bedroom homes in district. Ready to occu- after Oct. 1. Select your lot and have custom home built. FttA conventional financing. Realty, Ken Morlan MA 4-1288 s25tf -FOR -RENT bedroanl duplex, eating space in kitchen. Liv. rm w fire- Ken Morlan, Widmer teaIty, MA 4-1288. o23tf 2 bedroom house, very clean, with a6t;&apos;ched garage. Oil heat, refrigerator and stove furnished. S. 326 Brewer, Med- ical Lake, For information call WA 4-4693, evenings, n13tf Very nice 1-bedroom furnis,hed basement apt. Electric heat, private entrance, washing ma- cMne. Children weteome, no pets. 503 W. 2nd, corner Wash- kept carpets show the ington and Salnave road. Avail- of regular Blue Lustre able Dee. 1. Reserve now. See ele,aning. Rent electric evenings. HU 7-7815. $65.00. $1. Hotme:s Hdwe. n13'ff 11-20 " bedroom apt. unfurnished with s,mall house in daylight basement, electric limits. Call 235-4079. heat, laundry room, ,abund- n20p ance .of stoa'ge space, available puppy. See at 1603 See- Dec. 1. Call 235-6543. n20tf or call 23'5-4557. n20p Almost new 1 br apt., $60.00 furnace and stoker $50. roD. 235..4175. n20tf n20p 4 BR 1% baths far rent with Ranlbler Classic station op:tion to purch'ase. $110.00 very good condition, roD. 235-4175. n20tf 235-6670. n13' SPECIAL ,ME PROPERTY For St. Vincent de Paul Soci- ety, things you no longer 7 unit ,apt. each need or use. Help Us To Help 2 bedrooms. All leased The Poor. For pickups call BE year. Near colege. 5-6814. j18tf :2 and 3 bedroom duplexes Will pay a good price for US ' choice locati, an. and Canadian coins. Free ap- praisal if you do not wish to Ken Mor sell. 414 First St., Cheney WIDMER REALTY jl9tf 603-4 Columbia Bldg. For well drilling, "Try Lee Phone MA 4-1288 Fry." n13tf 30 years experience. East 10211 9th, Spokane, Wn., 99206. WA 6-0303. s18-n27 [ OLDER HOME Union Oil service station,, Ohe- ney, for lease. Plmne nights, very good Condition. Spokane, FA 7-4122, or KE 4- wiring. ood compo- 0476. .. s25tf roof. I)auble garage. lcation on hrge w WORK WANTED lot. Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service.. DOTEN REAL ESTATE Phone BE 5-4400. tf St. 235-4050 Siding, roofing, renodeling, intewior, exterior. Storm rrl3tf doors, windows, formica cou- ter tops. Jerry Pickel, General Contractor. 235-4069. n2027p FOUND steer in East HELP WANTED area. Call 235-4944. Reg. nurse at Cheney Nursing and pay fbr .adv. and Home. Hours 7 to 3. Phone n13-20 235-6549. o23tf a CARUSO & SPINELLI 12 Pauleen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. for the hearing and settlement of said OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Fin'al Account and Petition, for Distri- :No. 77213 bution, at which time and place any the Superior Court of the State of person interested irk said estate may in and for the County of appear and file his exceptions in writing thereto and conest the same. the Matter of the Estate of Dated this lath day of November, 1964. G. BRUGGER, av,d ZOLA BRUG- Geo. E. Fallquist, County Clerk and deceased. Clerk of the Superior Court. of Washirgton, County of Spo- By Jack A. Magey, Deputy. (Nov. 20-Dec. a4 is hereby given, that Elwood the Executor of the above and presented for Randall, Danskin, Lundln & Allison filed in the Superior 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane. Wsah. County, State of Wash- his Final Accounc as such Exec- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF and a petitio for the distribution GUARDIAN AND NOTICE TO CRED- estate, in which the Oaurt is ITORS settle said Estate, distribute No. 78079 to the heirs or persons In the Superior Court of the State of to the same, and discharge tha Washington in and for the County of and that Tuesday, the 5th i Spokane. of January, 1965. at the hour of In the Matter of the Guardianship of 'elock a. m., at the Court room IDLE GUNDERSON. " Notice is hereby givev, that the under- mid Superior .ourt, in the City signed has been appointed Guardian in said Spokane Cound, y, duly fixed for the hearing and of the above incompeten in this Court of said Final Aecoun and and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against raid for Distribution, at which time incompetev,t are required to serve claims, av,y person interested in ald duly verified, upon the undersigned nt may appear and file hig'excep- 1017 Paulsen Building, Spokar, e, Wash- in writing thereto ad contest ington or upon Randall, Pan, kin, Lun this 18th of November, 1964. d i & Allison, the attorneys of record at their office at 1017 Paulsen' Building. E. Fallquiat County Clerk and Spokane, Washington, arid file such of the Superior Court. claim with proof of such service in the R. F. McCorkle, Deputy. office of the Clerk of the above Court (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) at the City of Spokane, Washington, within six months after the first pub- Williams. Connelly & Rekotke licatio of this notice, or they win he Bldg., Spokane, Wash. forever barred. OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE Date of first publication of this nvtice is 20th day of November, 1964. No, 76576 Robert T. Carter, Guardian of the the Superior Court of the State above Iucompetem in and for the County Randall, Danskin, Lundin & Allison, the Matter of the Estate of Attorneys A. WII2hIAMo deceased. 1017 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane, Wn., 99201 of Washirtgo,a, County of Spo. (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) is hereby given that Washir, gton PHILIP S. BROOKE Bank, the Executor of the above Pauiscn Bldg.. Spokane. Wash. has rendered and presented for to, and flit ha the Superior SHERIFF'S SALE Spokane Qmanty, St't$of Wash- State of Washington, County of Spe- its Fina| Account  mwh Exeeu- kane.--es. the distribution By virtue of an Order of Sale issued which the Court is out of the Hor Superior Court of Spo. said tate, distribute kane County on the 12th day of Novem- the hei or persens bet, hy the Clerk thereof in the ease of and disehaxge the Metropelitar Life Iurance Company, that Monday, the a corporation Plaintiff versus Raymond 1964, at the hour K. Owen and Carolyn T. Owen, hm m., at the Court band and wife, Harley E. Brown,, nnd Court, in the Norma J. Brown, husband and wife, said Silne County, Richard G. Williams and Barbara A. kin and Williams, husd and wife, Max Sal- Fimd;mnt and eeky and Alma D. Salesky. husband for Dltributkm, at:which time and wife, and Sunset Transfer & Stor- any perso inter, in said age, Inc.,-a corporation Defendar No. appear and tie: hs excel}- 175442, and to me, as Sheriff. directed writing thereto an e0ntest and delivered. ltice is hereby give that I will 18th day of November. 1964. proceed to sell to the highest bidder for E. Fallquist County Clerk ant cash, within the hours preacribed by of the Superior Court. law for Sheriff's Sales. to.wit: At ten Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy. o'clock a. m. o the lath day of De- (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) cember, 1964. at South Courthouse door in Spokane County, in the Gilbert & Brooke State of Washington, all the right, title Bldg.. Spokane 1, Wash. i and interest of the above named defend, SETTLEMENT OFS'E ant in and to the followiv,g described real property, to-wit: lo. 76525 Lot 20, Block 26, Second Addition' to Superior Court of the State of Lidgerwood Park, according to plat i and for tho Couv,ty of recorded in Volume 'T' of Plats. page 15, in the City of Spokane, Spokane the Matter of the Estate of County, Washington To satisfy a judg- H. "POST, deecaesd, ment in. favor of Metropolitan Life In- of Washington, County of Spo- surance Company, a corporaUon and against Raymond K. Owen and CarD- is hereby give that Ralph lyn T. Ower, husband and wife Amount- .the Executor nf the above inw to $6,331.18 also $26.00 title expense, has rendered and presented for for a total of Six thousand Three Hun- to, and filed in the Superior dred Fifty Seven and 18/i00 ($6,375.18) of Spokane County, State of dollars--with interest at 6 per cent per his Final Account as such annum from November 12, 1964 to and a petition for the distri- date of sale and $600.00 attorney's fees of said estate, in which the and $1])9.50 costs and increased costs, asked to settle said Estate with interest at 6% on, attorney's fees the property to the heirs ami rests from Novemher 12, 1964 to entitled to the same, and date of sale. the said xecutor, and that Give under my hand, thls 17th day the 16th day of December, of November, 1964. at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a.m., William J. Reilly, Sheriff iCnUrt room of our said Superior By Theresa J. Love Deputy the City of Spokane, in said Philip S. Brooke, Plaintiff's Attorney County, has been duly fixed (Nov. 20-Dec. 11) CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere ,appreciation to our m,any friends for the kindness and sympathy extended to us at the death of our son and broth- er. Also our deepest thanks for the beattiful flo,ral tributes and contributions to the Can- cer Research Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Lawren, ce Grif- fith, Piummer, I&aho. O mlfita Nelson and family, Che- ney 51arlene Standerfer and family, Four Lakes Delmer Fitzner and amily, Cheney n20p CARD OF THANKS We want to thank or many friends for all the kindn:s shown us and for the cards of sympathy, the lovely flowers and memorials given for Gro- cer Chambers, in our recent] bereavemeqt Mrs. Grocer Chambers and family, n20p You can relax when you're covered by e-" INSURANCE 00rictor Wilson Insurance Free Weldin9 Clinic ALL THOSE INTERESTED ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND A FREE WELDING CLINIC. CHENEY HIGH SCHOOL FARM SHOP TUESDAY NOV. 24, 1964. SEE MANY NEW WELDING PROCESSES FOR FARM AND SHOP. REFRESHMENTS. BUD, RATC LI FFE TECHNICAL REPRESENTATIVE Eutectic Welding Alloys Corp. Painters Choice H EAVY DUTY VINYL LATEX Interior Satin Finish Extreme ,, resistance to scm, bbig One ': coverage over mot stmfaces pr00n00,g No drp application No painty odor Dries rapidly Cmes in 7 beautiful d ecora0r colors. $5.95Value Gallon Pete The Painter Phone 235-6521, Cheney Look for the "Pete The Painter" sign on highway at south edge of Cheney city limits. i I 00Low-cost RUST protection CARNIVAL ROYALTY--Rose Johnson and Roger Christianson were chosen queen and king of the annual Cheney High School carnival last Friday. They are seniors. Amber News Mrs. N. A. Cordill HOT LUNCH MENU Monday --Spaghetti wth meat and tomato sauce, green salad, bread and butter, peach- 'es and milk. Tuesday -- Vegetable and beef casserole, cabbage and pineapple salad, hot roils and butter, cherry cake, and milk. Wednesday  Turkey and dressing, cran!bvrry sauce, celery sticks, pumpkin Imd- dirg, a,d milk. Tonight is the Amber PTA potluck dinner at 6:30 p. m. SCROGGIE IN HOSPITAl. Wallace Scroggie, who was htwt in a hunting accident in September, ,has ,had to return to the Brewste hospital fur treatment .on :his leg. The doc- tors ,are trying to enate some of .the scar tissue and may ,have  .t skin onto the wotmd later. He expects to be it, the h ospgal for several TURKEY SHSET The Amber Gtm Club is hd- ing a ham and tur.eyshoot at the club grounds ,t Sunday, starting at 9 a. m. Lunch wU be served othAgr0m3d , :; 4-H CLUB MET$ Amber :Ramble 4-H club met Monday night t the Am- ber school house. Due to berg so ctoe,to Chrisna the next meeting has been chaned to Dec. 14: The elab wi},l ave a lunch stand at he Am,ber Gun clu, b shoot Sunday as a money- making project, Nelson Crdill, Jr. gave a talk mu "The Report- er's Duties," Glenna Best on "Duties of the SeerolmT," and Carol Sooy on "Duties of the President." Demonsations at the next meeting  be given by Arm Cor, John Jordan and Jill Dahl. PERSONAL MENTIONS Stmdy dinner guestse of lVI  arid Mrs. Richard Jordan and family were C hris Juries of WSU, Mrs. larion Rair and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Don an- son and family. Mrs. Ivan Calvert, Mrs. How- ard Marsh, Miss Franc Masan and Mrs. Charles E. Mier at- terded a tea given 'by Mrs. Leo- nard Musser at Spra,ue Satur- day afternoom Mr. and Mrs. Jm M. Harris caled on Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Dare of Cheney Saturday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Leonad Musser of Oaornia wre vising friends and rela, tives here and expect to be tmre or about a month. On aturdsy Mrs. Mus- ser gave a tea at the Sprague school for :her relatives and mty friends. The Pioneer bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Wtlan Cree last Thursday aRernoo. Wednesday evening the club enjoyed a no host dirmer at the 1rome of Mr.  Mrs. R. L. Vose with the husbands as special guests. This w', be the last meeting of the club until spring. Saturday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKirdey and famRy were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Helm rtcl fam- ily of Spakue. Many people from this area atended the carnival at Che- ney High School last Fidy erasing. Mrs. Josle Marsh was ,a Tues- day visitor of ,Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Calvert. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Best and family, accompanied by her parents, Mr. ad Ms. Jolm Edmiston, Marsla}l, were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Filiatreau of Spokane. Larry Weisman who had s,ur gery on his knee ast Friday at Deaconess Itospital, is re- cuperating nicely and is ex- pected to come home in the next few days. Mrs. W. Edward Betz attend- ed a raiy of the Spokane coun- ty Women's RepuMican club at .,the northside party head- ouarters office hst Thurs@ay in Spokane. Mr. and Mrs. H,eward Marsh were Sunday evening caers of Mr. arid Mrs. John H. Harris and family. Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Johnston of Cheney and Hel, ge Daniel- son were Monday evening cl- ers of Mr. ,and Mrs. Gilmore Rietz and family. Mrs. Rona.ld McKinley ac- comlanied her mother, Mrs. arry Pierce, St. John, to Rear- dan Thursday evenirg to the home of Mrs. Ira Geber, where Mrs. Peter O'Laugflin was the hoored guest at a baby shower. Mrs. O'Lau,ghiin is a sister of Mrs. McKinley. Children of the ,Araber school will enjoy two days v- cation next week fur Thanks- giving. CALL FOR BIDS Bids are hereby called for oe 1965 21.000 or more G. V. W. truck. Chev- rolet, Ford, Dodge or equal, to be chased by Spokane County Fire Pro- tection, District No. 8 who address is 1321 :Second Street, Cheney, Washing- ton. SpecifieatioL of the above mentioned truck may be obtained from Art Beav,, Chief or Jim Fischer, Assistand; Chief of Fire District N 3 at the above address. Bids will be opened at the regular meeting of the Fire District commis- sioners of Spokane County Fire Pro- tection District No. 3 at their office, 152Z" nd Street. Chmey, Washing- ton on' necember 12, 1964. By order of the Commissioners of SlX kane Country Fire Protection Distct No. 3 this 14th day of November 1964. H. T. Brown. Chairman Elmer Imiten,, Secretary (Nov. 20-27) Kelth, Winston & RepesM 314 Spoknae & Emmtern Bldg., Spekan* NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE No. /2600 In the Superior Court of the State of Washin'gton in and for the County of Spokane. Iv, the Matter of the Guardiariship of E'IFA MANN, Incompetent. Notice is hereby giver that in com- pliance with an order of Court entered in' the above entitled cause on the 17th day of November, 1964, the under- signed Gaurdian will on' or after the 30th day of November, 1964, sell the followiv,g desdribed real property: The North 80 feet of Lot 3 im Block 2 of Lauman's Addition to Spokane Falls (new ppkne), in the City of Spokane*- COunty of Spokane. State of Washington', as per Xv, ap thereof recorded in Book "A" of Plats, page 68 in the office of the Ckmty Audi- tor of said County, to tha highest and best bidder. Bids must be submit- ted in writing and may be delivered to the Guardian at Room 14 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spekare 1, Wuh- ington. Bide will :be received until the date of sal ' ' The sale will be made De, or after No- vember 30, 1964, The Guardian lserves the rigat to eject ar and all bids, Dated this 17th day of November, 1964. Lee . Mann, Guardian Keith, Winston & Repsold Attorneys at Law 514 Spokane & Eastern Building, Spokane, Wasbingtev, 99201. (Nov. 20-27) GORDO=,* CORNELIUS 1117 Pauls Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TU CREDITORS N. 78274 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington In and for the county of Spokane. It* the Matter of the Estate of KATHERINE AGNES BOURBON, de- ,eased. Notiea ie hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve claims, duly perilled with nA7 vouchers, upon the undersigned at Spokane. Washingto or upon Gordon E. Cornelius the attorney of record at his office at 111 Paulse Bldg., Spokane, Waington, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washis%on, within six mouths after the ftrst lmblieation of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of ths first publication of this notice is 20th day of November, 1964. Peter Paul Bourbo Administrator of the above estate. Gordor E. Cor.elius Attorney 1117 Pauis Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Nov, 20-Dee. 4) CORNELIUS E. COLLIER 414 Hyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 77997 In the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of HOWARD H. BECKLEY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that the urder. signal has been appointed Administrator of the above estate in this Court and has qualified accordingly, and that all per- sos having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with necessary vouchers upon Mons G. Ulvin,, 414 Hyde Bldg., So- kan'e, Wash. or upon Cornelius E. (ol- - lier the attorney of record at his office at 414 Hyde Buildiwg, Spokane, Washingtor and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Washing ton within six months after the first publication of this notice or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 20th day of Novemher. 1964. Mor, s G. Ulvin Administrator of the above estate. Cornelius E. Collier Attorney 414 TIyde Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Nov. 20-Dec. 4) PHILIP S. BROOKE Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Vashlnffton, County of Spo- kane.--ss. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the tIon. Superior Court of Spo- kane C(,.t nty, on the 12th day of Novem- bin-. 196l, hy the Clerk thereof in lhe case of Metropolit'n, Life Insurance Corn-' licitly, a c,n'l)orat ion Plaintiff versus Ward I':. Partridge and Luiellc M. Part- ridge, husbaud and wife ; Harley E. Brown and Nm'a J. llrown, husband au<l ife; Max ,qale:ky and Alma 1). F, alesky, husl)al]d anJ \\;rife ; and Sunset 'J'ransfor z  erase, Inc., a cort)Tation l)efcndants No, 175616, and tx) nm, as Sheriff, directed and delivered. N(;tice is hereby ivcn that I will pro- teed to sell to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours l)rescribexi by law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. on the lgth day of December, 1964 at South Cmrthouse deer, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the Sate of %Vash- ington,, all the r 9:h(, title and interest of the above named defendants iu ar(t to the folio.wing dcscribcd real prolrty, to-wit : I.ots 1 and 2 in, Block 6 (',f Hiawatha He rhts, a('cordln' to plat recorded in Volume "'K_" of Plats, page 7, iu the City of Spokaae, SDoane Ccnty, Washintm To satisfy a judgment in favor of Metropolitau Life Insurar,e Company, a corporation and against Ward E. Parh'i Te and Lucille M. Partridge, husband and wife ; Harley E. Brown and No*'ma J. Brown. husband and wife; Max Salesky and Alma D. Salesky. hus- band and wife; and Sunset Transfer & Storage, lnc., a eorporatiou Amount- in to Five Thousand Two Hundred Forty Four and no/100 ($5.244.00) dollars, (including $26.00 title expense) "with interest at 6 per rent per annum from Novemb<,r 12. 1964 to date of sale and $500.00 attorney's fees and $64.10 costs and increased costs, with interest on at- t)l'ney's fees and ec.sts at 6% l)er annum from November 12, 1964 to date of sale. Given' under my hand, this 17th day of November, 1964. William J. Reilly, Sheriff By Therema J. Love. Deputy Philip S. Brooke, Flaintiffs Attorney (Nov. 20-Dec. 11) F. B. DANSKIN Pauisen Bldg., Spokane, Wash. SHERIFF'S SALE State of Washington. County of Spo. kane.--es. By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spo- kane County on the 16th day of lhovem- her, 1964, hy the clerk thereof, in the ease of Lincolv, First Federal Savings and Loan Association, a corporatiorr Plain- tiff versus John G. Wagner and Mar- jorie Wagner. husband and wife; the unknowv, heirs of John C. Wagner, if Deceased ; the unknown heirs of Mar- jorie Wagner, if deecased ; and Margaret M. Anderson, a widow ; also all other parties or persons unknown claimiv any right, title, estate, lien' or inter- eat in the real estate described /n, the amended complaint herein Defendav,ts No. 175469, and to me, as Sheriff. di- rected and delivered. Notice is hereby given that I will proeecd to sell to the highest bidder for each, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's Sales. to-wit: At ten o'clock a. m. De, the lath day of Decem- ber. 1964, at South Courthouse Door, Spo- kane. in Spokane County, i the State of Washington, all the right, title and lntersst of the above named defendants in and to the foilowin deseribed real )roporty to*wit: Lot 11, in Block 1, Alamo Park, in' the City of Spokane, Spokane C(mnCy, Washington, with all the rents, issues and profits therefrom and all appur- tenances, fixtures, attaehmente, ten- emerAs and hereditamans belonging or appertain/rzg thereto, /nc]udtng all electrical heating, cooling, ventilating and plumbing flxtursa and equipmen and hot water tauks and heaters, oil burners, stokers, all awndn, door and window screens, window shades, linulsum on the floors, refrigeration and other house service equipment, and trees and shrubs, and all suh- stitutior and renewals of the fore- going, all of which it is greed i$ and shall he a part of the real pro. Derty, mbJect to this mort4ge. TO satisfy a judgment in favor of IAncol First Federal Savfngs and Loan Asso- ciation, a corporation nd agltimt John., C. Wagner and Marjorie Wagner, and each of them in Rem Amounting to Twelve Thousand Seven Hundred Six- teen and 04/100 ($12,718.04) dollars with interest at 12 per cent per annm from January 16, 1964 to date of sale and $1000.00 attorney's fees and $83.30 including $26.00 title charges, costs and increased costs, with interest on at- tommy's fees and costs at 6% per an- num from November 16, 1964 to date of sale. Given under my hand, this lath day of November, 1964. William J. Reilly. Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, Deputy F. B. Danskin, Plalv,tiff'a Attorney. (Nov. 20-Dec. 11) ARTHUR E. FLORER Spokane, Washington SHERIFF'S SALE Stato o Washington, County of Spo. kane.--sa By virtue of an Order of Sale issued out of the Hon. Superior Court of Spokane County, o tha 17th day of No- vember,  1964, by the Clerk thereof, in the ease of Earl T. DeRusha and Helen C. DeRusha, husband and wife Plaiv,tiffs versus Ris Shankman and Hazel Shank- man, husband and wife, et al Defendants No, 175882, and to me, as Sheriff, di- rected arid delivered. Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell to the higher bidder for cash. within the home prestTltmd by law for Sheriff's Sales, tO wit: At te o'clock a. m. on the 18th day of December, 1964. at South Courthouse door, Spokane, in Spokane County, in the State of Washington, all the right, title and in- terest of the above named defendants iv, and to the following described real propey, to-wit: Lot Nine (9) in Block Eight (8) of Northwest Boulevard Addition to the City of Spokane, according to plat recorded in' Volume 1 of Plats, page 2. except the South 85 feat thereof, situate in the City of Spokane, County of Spokane, State of Washingto To satisfy a judgment in favor of Earl T. DeRusha and Helen C. DeRusha, hus- band and wife and agaiset Ris Shank- man and Hazel Shankman. kalaband and wife Amounting to Six Thousand Six Hundred inety Two and 88/100 ($6,692.88) dollars with interest at 6 per cent por annum from November 13, 1964 to date of sale and $500.00 attor- neY's fees and $40.90 eote and ilereseed eosts with title exlnse of $26.00 and interest o eosts at % per annum from November 13, 1964 to date of sale. Given under my hand. this 17th day of November, 1964. William J. Reilly. Sheriff By Theresa J. Love, Deputy Arthur E. Fiorer, Plaintiffg Attorney (Nov. 20-Dec. 11) Hem,, Wh.tm & nepeeld 14 8dkame & Easm Buildins Spokane 1, Wmdmstoa NOTICE OF SETTLEIINT OF ISTATE No. e/4509 In the Sulm'ior Court of the State of Washington in and for tha County of Spokane. Ir the Matter of the Estate of AXEL E. JOHANSON (Johnsov,). de- ceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- ane.--. Notice is hereby given that Wallace R. Luby, the Administrator of the above, estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed i the Su- perior Court of Spokane COmlty, State of Washington his Final Aceoun as such Administrator ar.d a petition for the distribution of said estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said Estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitll to the same, and dis- charge the said Administrator, and that Wednesday, the 16th day of December, 1964, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock p. 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 hearircg and settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distri- bution,, at which time and place any person interested ir said estate may appear and file his exceptions in writ- ing thereto and eortest the seine. Dated this 19th day of November. 1964. Go. E. Fallqulst County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Ralph V. Renwick, Deputy. (Nov. 20-Dee. 4)