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I Page6 Cheney Free Press Thursday, November 25, 1982 - Appliance demonstration set NW Power Planning Coun il 1 wd fue00 The Spokane eounty Health Depart- The displays will provide free in- ' C J sa ves | mentwillsponsordisplaysDec. 4atthe formationtothelocalpublicontypesof University City Shopping Center in appliances and chain saws and their adopts landmark program Spokane onhomeheatingappliance properuse. Will heating with ood save you and chainsaw safety. money? One way to find out is by using Hailed as a chance to turn "con- flict into cooperation," the Northwest Power Planning Council Nov. 15 adopt- ed a landmark program to restore the fish and wildlife of the Columbia Basin. "We have had a generation of fight- ing between the various interests," said Council Chairman Dan Evans of Washington. "This program represents the first opportunity in a generation to change conflicts to cooperation and to restore the fish runs which once were so plentiful." The program calls for a number of changes in operation of the hydro- electric dams on the Columbia and Snake Rivers, plus a series of physical improvements to help migrating salmon and steelhead get down and upstream and encourage natural propagation. The program includes: -Water Budget. To speed up critical downstream travel time, the council wants spring riverflows on the Colum- bia and Snake Rivers accelerated by greater release of reservoir water. This would reduce some winter power production ability while increasing power generation in the spring. The water could be used between April 15 and June 15 and would be controlled by treaty Indians tribes and various fish- ery agencies. --Bypass facilities. To guide the young fish past the potentially deadly spinning power turbines of the dams, the council wants to have facilities built at a number of projects to steer the fish around and out of the way of the power turbines. Prototype facilities would be developed by July 15,' 1985, with the bypass measures completed by March 20, 1987 or a later date set by the council. FOR RENT Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on lake front lot with dock. Exceptional oppor- tunity. Call Cheney Realty Inc., 235.6191. CHENEY REALTY 401 1st Cheney 235-6191 cHENE Discounts this Saturday to 40% Men i eWomen -Children Circle of 's Boot It 410 FIRST Y --Experimental trucking. At Priest Rapids Dam in Central Washington, the council has authorized a three-phased study of short-haul trucking fish from above the dam to just below. The council would have to approve the initial study approach before the dam's owner, Grant County Public Utility District, could go ahead. If interim results shewed an insufficient number of fish were surviving the trucking, the council could seek to have the utility install a bypass facility at the dam. --Interim spills. While the bypass facilities are being designed and tested, the council wants the mid-Columbia PUDs to spill a certain amount of water to literally flush the fish over the dams and past the turbines. Beyond efforts to safely guide the fish downstream, the council also called for a number of measures to improve pass- age for ocean-returning fish headed upstream to spawn. These include improvements to existing fishways, adequate streamflows to help the fish and a permament solution to the chronic breakdown of pumps at various fish ladders. In addition to the fish in their down and upstream journeys, the council's program also calls for various efforts to rebuild wild and natural spawning runs of the prized Northwest salmon and steelhead, augmenting those runs with possible additional fish hatcheries scattered throughout the four North- west states. The program also will launch efforts to improve runs of inland trout and wildlife which have been damaged by the dams on the Columbia River system. The council also established a Fish and Wildlife Committee of the council members to oversee implementation of the program by various federal and state agencies and local utilities. Named to the committee were Evans, Larry r Mills of Idaho, Keith Colbo of Montana and Al Hampson of Oregon. The program goes into effect immediately, with some of the pro- gram measures happening as early as next year. The program will be funded through the rates of the Bonneville Power Administration and some local utilities. The council staff estimates it will cost the average ratepayer, such as those in Cheney, about $2 a month. The program was required under the Northwest Power Act of 1980. Congress directed the council to come up with a program to "protect, mitigate and enhance" the fish and wildlife of the Columbia Basin which had been harmed by the hydroelectric dam development while also retaining an economical and reliable power supply. Cattle import hearing set State Agriculture Director M. Keith Ellis has announced the scheduling of lwo hearings to consider changes in the requirements for importing cattle'and other domestic bovine animals into Washington. Amendments are proposed for the rules governing the movement of cattle for temporary grazing purposes. The hearings will be held in Colfax on Dec. 3, starting at 10 am. in the meeting room of the Whitman County Public Service Building, N. 310 Main St., and in Goldendale on Dec. 9, starting at 1 p.m. in the meeting room of the Klickitat County P.U.D., 1313 South Columbus. Interested parties who are not able to attend either hearing may submit written testimony prior to Dec. 3, to the Director of Agriculture, 406 General Administration Building, AX 41, Olympia 98504. CHOIIOY P, OItLTqt WE HAVE THE BEST SELECTION OF COUNTRY HOMES. All locations, all prices, all Cheney School District, and all must be sold soon! NO CABIN FEVER in this 3200 sq. ft. custom home on 4.7 ac, just 9 mi. from Spokane. Sacrifice sale at $92,500 with closing costs down. ANY WHICH WAY YOU CAN, but sell, says owner! 14x70 mobile home on 6 secluded acres. $45,000 with LOW LOW down. LET IT SNOW-you'll stay warm & cozy in front of the Belgian fireplace in this Tyler classic. 9 ac, outbuild- ings. Now $73,500 with owner financing. WE HAVE many other listings with great terms, both in Cheney and the outlying areas. For instance, TRADE YOUR CHENEY HOME for this nicely kept split entry in East Farms area near State Line. Garage, almost 1/2 acre all in lawn, cyclone fenced. $53,500. Dave Cummings 235.5454 Shirley Folen 235.6958 Mitch Swenson 235-5205 Spokane 624-8500 401 First St. Cheney, WA 235.6191 a formula developed by Ken Duft, extension economist at Washington State University. The formula can help you figure out the amount of money you will save or lose. To work the formula, you need to know the total heat potential in British thermal units (Btu's) of the cord of wood you are burning, the efficiency of your wood stove or fireplace and the Btu cost of your conventional heating system. By multiplying all these figures together you arrive at a dollar amount that you can expect to save on your heating bill. When you compare this amount to the cost of your cord of wood, you'll see your true savings or loss. A cord of larch (tamarack), for example, holds a potential 25,174,800 Btu's. A good, airtight wood stove is about 60 percent efficient. Multiply these figures to get a net 15,104,880 Btu's. If your normal heat is electricity, costing $.0.0000088 per Btu (that's at three cents per kilowatt hour), multiply that figure by the net Btu value to get $132.92. This is the savings off your heating bill for a cord of larch. You can pay up to this amount for a cord of larch and save money. Of course, the less efficient your wood stove or fireplace is and the less heat potential your cord of wood holds, the less will be your savings. In fact, it is not uncommon for people to lose money by heating with wood. For example, the same formula shows that an uncontrolled fireplace will only yield about $20 of heat, because this tradi- tional unit is only 10 percent efficient. A detailed look at all the formulas involved with gathering wood are con- tained in Duft's publication, "The Economics of Firewood Harvesting: Does It Pay to Cut, Haul, or Pur- chase?" extension bulletin 0880, avail- able from WSU county extension offices. 235-8463 1818 2nd 838-6914 REAL ESTATE CHENEY JUST LISTED - New siding & deck, near Cheney school & park, 3 bdrms., tam. rm., & wood-burning stove. $53,900. LOCATION/LOCATION-Corner lot beautifully land- scaped near CHS. 4 bdrms., 3 baths, 2 FP's, & dbl. garage. GREAT OPPORTUNITY to move up. Appoint- ment only! $68,950. COUNTRY APPETITE-Barn, chicken house, dbl. gar- age, nice home on 5 ac. Priced to sell at $67,500. Cheney schools & only 5 min. out. MEDICAL LAKE-Excellent location near middle school. Comfortable 2 bdrm. & nice garage & shop. $47,000. All offers welcome with owner financing. FARM HOUSE-Lg. older 2 story with 6 bdrms, on 20 ac. mostly tillable. Garage, 2 Ig. machine sheds & 2 Ig. barns. Near Medical Lake. CALL QUICKLY! LAKE PROPERTY-40+ ac. on south end of Clear Lake. It's on the water with plenty of trees. LOTS OF LAND-All size acreages 1-100 ac. parcels. Buy now while it is still a buyer's market. Thorne Tibbitts.. 235-8022 Amy Jo Sooy .... 235-2224 Marlene SlnJer. 235-6085 Dick Jordan ..... 299-5314 The Free Press specializes in publishing public notices, giving special and detailed service so that full requirements of publication laws are complied with. Cheney Free Press. 235-6184 / 747. 7395 Spokane Office Betty Patton N. 4108 Hawthorne, Spokane Phone 327-9759 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NO. 82401276-1 Superior Court, State of Washington, County of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of WALTER LARDY JACOBS, deceased. The undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as personal representative (PR) of the estate of the above named deceased. Each person having a claim against the deceased must serve the claim on the undersigned PR or on the attorney(s) of record at the address stated below and must file an executed copy of the claim with the clerk of the court within four months after the date of first publication of this notice or within four months after the date of the filing of a copy of this notice with the clerk of the court, whichever is the later, or the claim will be barred, except under those provisions included in RCW 11.40.011. Date of filing copy of notice to creditors: November 15, 1982. Date of first publication: November 24, 1982. DeVERNE M. JACOBS Personal Representative W. 1128 Gordon Spokane, WA 99205 TAFT, RIELLY & MACKIN, P.S. By NEAL Q. RIELLY Attorney for Estate W. 1013 Garland Avenue Spokane, WA 99205 November 24 - December 9, 1982 NOTICE OF HEARING PLEASE TAKE NOTICE THAT A PUBLIC HEARING WILL BE HAD BEFORE THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF AIRWAY HEIGHTS, WASHINGTON ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1982 at the hour of 7:30 p.m., or as soon thereafter as it may be done, to consider proposed annexation to the City the follow- ing described real property: Beginning at the intersection of the centerline of Section 26, Township 25 North, Range 41, E.W.M., in Spokane County, Washington, and the East line of Craig Road; thence South to the South line of Mc- Farlane Road; thence East along the South line of McFarlane Rood to the centerline of Section 35, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., thence South along the centeriine of Section 35 to the centerline of the NEV4 of Section 35, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., thence East along the centerline of the NE% of said Section 35 to the East line of said Section 35; thence North along the East line of said Section 35, 660"; thence East, parallel wilh the North line of Section 36, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., to a point which lies 810' West of the East line of the NWV4 of Section 36, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., thence NEt,( to o point on the East line of said NW which lies 330' South of the North line of said Quarter; thence North along the East line of said NWV4 to the South line of McFarlane Road; thence East along the South line of McFarlane Road to the West line of Hayford Road; thence North along the West line of Hayford Road to the North tine of State Highway No. 2; thence West along the North line of State Highway No. 2 to the West line of the SEV, of the SE of the SW of Section 24, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., and to the present limits of the.Town of Airway Heights; thence South to the South line of said Section 24; thence West along the South line of said Section 24 to the West line of Russell Road; thence South along the West line of Russell Rood to the North line of Twentieth Avenue in the Town of Airway Heights; thence West along the North line of Twentieth Avenue to the West line of Lundstrom Street; thence South along the West line of Lundstrom Street to the South line of the NW of Section 26, Township 25 North, Range 41 E.W.M., thence West along said South line to the point of beginning. All interested persons are invited to appear and voice approval or disapproval of the annexation. November 24. 1982 CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids are hereby called for One used 1974 Peterbuilt 53560 G.V.W. Tandem Dual Wheel, Cab and Chassis, to be purchased by Spokanc County Fire Protection District No. 3, whose address is 1321 Second Street, Cheney, Washington, 99004. Specifications for the above mentioned equipment may be obtained at the above address All bidders by filing bid shall irrevocably agree to furnish equ*prnent in full and strict compliance vith said specifications. The Commissioners of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 3 shall have the right to retecl any and all bids and waive irregularities. The Commissioners shall execute all necessary Federal Tax Exemption Certificates. Prices will be quoted F.O.B. Cheney, Washington Bd form must be used as follows: None other will be accepted. Total Urlit Price $ Net cost to the Fre District $ All bids to be flied with Debra Arnold, Secretary, or Dwayne Paul; Chief of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 3, at 1321 Second Street, Cheney, Washington, on or before 5:00 pm. December 8, 1982. Bids will be pubhcly opened at a regular meeting of the Fire comm,ssloners at 8:00 p.m., some' date (in(.] place. By order of the Commissioners of Spokane County Fire Protection District No. 3, this ]0th day of November, 1982. DEBRA ARNOLD Secrelnry, Spokane County Fire Protechon Distirct No. 3 November 24  December 2, 1982 AMENDED NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE NO. 8209210205 PURSUANT TO THE REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON, CHAPTER 61.24, ET.SEQ. TO: DESMOND T. COLE, MARY A. COLE, JAMES F. STALLMAN, MYRLENE M. STALL- MAN. t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the under- signed trustee will on the 24th day of December, 1982, at the hour of 9:00 o'clock, a.m., at front steps of Spokane County Courthouse, in the City of Spokane, State of Washington, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, payable at the time of sale, the following described real pro- perty, situated in the County of Spokane, State of Washington, to-wit: The East half of the Northwest quarter of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter; and the West half of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, in Section 14, Township 29 North, Range 43 East, W.M., in Spokane County, Washington, EXCEPT right of way for County Road; (commonly known as Route 1, Box 128E, Elk, WA 99009) which is subject to that certain deed of trust dated November 6, 1980, recorded in volume/reel 526 of mortgages, page/frame 1037, under Audi- tor's/Recorder's No. 8011100287, records of Spokane County, Washington from Desmond 1 T. Cole and Mon/' as Grantor, to Fitdf: Company as in favor of Association No action satisfaction of reason of the obligation The default made is Failure to pay amounts which Monthly Paym, 3 monthly (January 1, 1 $1,734.00. 6 each; (April 1, 1982): Late charges: 9 late charges pay date: $235.98 TOTAL CHARGES: The sum owing by the Deed of 1 Principal as in the note December, ,1981 fees as are The sold to satisfy obligation provided by stol without garding title, on the 24th defaults cured by the days before continuance of discontinued before the days before the , in paragraph Ill fees and costs terminated I3th day of [ the sate} or his principal and A mitred by grantor followim "Oakviev,' Place, 92370 AND ton 99009; James Stallman, HaL Washington West 201 99208; by bat on the 2nd which is in the the Notice conspicious described in grantor of his personally 1982, with the beneficiary has in his service. requesting it, O fees due at The effect of t grantor and all under him of described Anyone ha on any an opportu objections the sale to of any proper trustee's sole. DATED: Sap THOMAS Trustee Spokane, ' (5o9) STATE COUNTY OF On this day me THOMAS T. the individual within and knowledc free and and purpose 21st day of LESLIE Notary pu Washin! November Business Directon] II III II I r CUSTOM III II.I)IN(; .lI'l'l.  LICENSED BONDED D&E ERECTION GFNERAL CONTRACTORS ?;ERVING CHENEY AND INLAND EMPIRE OVER 7 lEARN Concrete Foundations, Additions, Remlei, Neu" (,'onstruction GARAt;ES. METAL BUILDIN(.S (;all Darid or Emmett for free estimates 235.8446 410 First Cheney EDDY'S Boot It Tack BOOT - SHOE & SADDLE REPAIR WALL Y'S EXCA VA TING BACKHOE DOZER WORK NEW DRIVEWAYS SEPTIC TANKS DRAINFIELDS WATER DITCHES LANDSCAPING 235-8547 CHRISTMAS MUSIC IS IN 317 1st Street (in Geary's Furniture Store) CHENEY (rl0Sl 23r!i11 Lake City Upholstery estimates, pick-up and delivery Serving the Community for Ten Years 212 E. Lake Slxect Mediod Lake 299.3285 Call for Appointment Water Well Drilling Pump Installation Sales & service calls Rotary Air Licensed, Qualified and Experienced Operators Experienced Water Witching - Free When We Drill LOW PRICES NO HIDDEN COSTS FREE ESTIMATES ON PUMP EQUIP. ! Utilize the I ',' Classified J Section , in the I I Cheney , Free Press I, PENCE UNION BUILDING, E.W.U. Cheney, Wa,hington 994 509235-8417 509 747 7497 5 minutes from Cheney Located at Medical Lake and I 90 Interchange Exit No 272 Ph. 244-5561 Hours: 8 am through 5:30 p.m Monday Through Saturday - ,Si00 and Interior Trim Items CUSTOM REMODELING Large or Small Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Sheetrock, Garages, Basements Call Dale 235-5262 CHENEY LAUNDRY CENTER OPEN 24 HOURS BULK DRY CLEANING 111 G Street 23S-SS cmzx 1, 2, 3 BEDROOM ocolatesandpartymints i. 1' _'lr r Posters "l,jr" Hardware Bulk Fue00 APARTMENTS rtyideas-hndcrafted  J T-Shirts-Plaques , Feed Self Servme Gas on consignment =  Bib,as - Books 1 Study Helps Anyone, Any Place 235-6526 108 College Ave. .  j Sunday School = :1; 235-2440 t;  Supplies "IT Need Not Be a Member to Buy Garden Manor ts Hours: 10"6 M-F ' l 585.2nd - Chancy +__men_ '0O000000RESH HOMEMADE CANDY BAR  = M-F11, - Sat. 9-3 = .e. 235.=555 @ Cheney Grangesupply Co. I|' U.Jon C eney, WA 235-6274 720 W. [irst St W,T, THIS AD :.  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