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and Mrs. W. S. Bernard, d Mrs. lichard Roos and florence Rue held a no- linner party .at the Bet- on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Phi,l- lips a:re spending the Thanks- giving h,o.lidays in Moses Lake as guests of their son Dr. Al-i fred Philips and family. fled Rates--S cents perX with 75c minimum (or Hrds). Minimum adv. not in cash will carry a 15 charge. R SALE orner lots with trees, 4th y. Excellent 50 x 100 tasormbl, e. 235-4505. n5tf [)oln older home. Good o. $500 down, $60 i, Ed Doten Real Estate. It St., 235-4050. n5tf Y-OUR REAL ESTATE iI)S, Catl Tri-State Real- ., Cheney, Wash. 403 Street, Phone 235-4778. _____ 10-1tf S and life too can be [tiful if you use Blue F. ReNt electric shampoo- |Hotmes Hdwe. n26 + _ .... e tot on Badger take also Franklin stove. Or- cost $160. Sell for $100. 5-6294. n26-d3 lH PADS in three sizes, for figuring out your Problems and 4x6 and Zes for larger problems, )Un&apos;d .t The Free Press. n25tf )m buse in new-home ct. Full basement, one Pith plumbing for sec- o firepla,ces, le. lawn, r system. See at 55'1 ar call 235-4472. n19-26 0n Jersey cov, freshen ,1. $165.00. Earl Robin- . 1, Cheney, 235-6303. -- n26-d3p , ,large .house mad barn, s +from Cheney. Phone 0 nlgtf .---____ SPECIAL Ya a good price for US nadian coins. Free ap- if you do not wish to [3 N. 3rd St., Cheesy j9tf INS, please ote. I will- and do your hair am tmen at regular prices. CH 4-9673 or I_ona route 1, box 140, Spo- brmerly of Widner's Shop____L____ - n12-26 bie child care in my e. 235-6580. n19-d3 |INESS OPPORTUNITY rnings first year, (p-+ part or fu time, men e,n, minimum invest- rly retirement income e. Send qualifications .ican Enterprize, inc., Cheney, Wash. o29tf !UCATION UNITY FOR MEN OR EARNING LESs THAN PER MONTH heald be ir=vestigating auto and other loss claims for mtjustin firms. Expenses ear furnished. We train roe in your spare time and acement aervice ; you keep t job until ready to switch. r location; met* are needed erywhere. For personal in- n this area to see if you fly for this specialized train- te at price to : .AMERICAN CLAIMS G DIVISION _ Bayaud Ave., Denver. Cam- '09 n26p fleu, Gilbert & Brooke =en Bhhl., Spokane, Wash. cE To CREDITORS Uo. 8o44o Verior Court of the State off in and for the County Matter of the Estate of K GRUEL deceased I q hereby given that the under- [ Uee appointed F.xecu I'v_e estate in this Court and I accordingly, and that all |Ving claims against said de- ll. e required to serve claims, [qed, with necessary vouchers, tlndersigned a 912 Paulsen ..kare, Washington ca" upon 'dbert & Brooke the attorneys st their office at 912 Paulsen] 8Pok at+e, Washington and claim ith proof of such the office of the clerk of] eart at the City of Spokane, ] bin six months after the first I of this notice, or they wlll l barred. the First vub]leatio of thls I th day of November, 1965.' Dak Executor of the above qilbert & Brooks Attorneys Buildir.g Washington 99201 (Nov. 26-Dec. 10) @ WANTED TO RENT Small clean unfurnished house with yard. Phone after 5:30 p. m. 235-6510. nl9 FOR RENT ;New 2 bedroam apts. for rent. Fully carpeted, new ranges, refrigerators and laundry fa- cilities furnished. Students may share. Can be seen at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. ol5tf Two bedroom apt., carpeting, eIe,ctric heat, $90. Phone 235-6374. or 322 N. llth. n5ff Apartments ow available. Alice Anne Apartme,nts, J221 First St., Cheney. n12-26 One bedroom furnished apart- merit with washer and dry- e r. Available Dec. 15, 121 5th St., 235-6647. n25-d3p Roomy and comfortable 2- bedroom upartmen. Rents for $85 per month unfurnished ph0ne 235-6350. n25 1 bedroom furnished apt. $45 me. Four Lakes Apts., Four Lakes, TE 8-875'4. n26p New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. llth See Manager ol5tf r WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service Phone BE 5-4400. tf FOUND Ladies wrist vtatch, owner identify and pay for adv. t Cheney Free Press. n12-19 MISCELLANEOUS N)rm Lewis, electrical contrac- to. Wiring and repair. Che- ney Electric. Plone 237-4341. nStf Xerox Photo Copies Best copies in the busi- ness mde on the big 914 Xerox machine. Iw in cost, tops in quality. NO harm to ori, ginM it does not move through machine. Speedy service. The Kopy Kat 1002 Paulsen Bldg., Spokane Phone RI 7-8111 WANTED Wnted for St. Vincent De Paul Society furnitm'e, clh- it;g, shoes, urgently needed. Cal  Maddux 235-6814. nStf Ride to ,and fo,m Spokane, Working lmurs 8:3'0 to 5:30. Please contact Caryl Jansen, 235-4913. n19 Wanted--Otd fashioned rund dining table. Phone 237- 4292 or 237-4242. n26p Florer, Gerraughty and George Spokane, Washington NOTICE OF HEARING OF FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRIBU- TION No. '/8752 I the Superior Court of the State of Washington in and for the County of Spokane. It the Matter of the Estate of MARY F MURPHY, deceased. Notice is hereby given that Edward J, Murphy, as Administrator of the Estate of Mary F, Murphy, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said : Conrt his Fintl Report and Petition for Distribution asking the Court to settle said report, distribute the pro- petty to the person thereto etitled, and to discharge said Administrator, and that said Report and Petition will be heard on the 29th day of December, 1965, at 10:00 o'clock A. M., in the Presiding Department of the above entitled Court, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file objectims thereto and contest the same. Dated this 23rd day of November, 1965. Geo. E. Fallquist, Clerk of Court By R. F. b[cCorkle, Deputy (Nov. 26-Dec 10) You ear find it in the elaulfied& WANTED! MEN - WOMEN  18 and over. Prepare now .S t Civil Service job openings ae next 12 months. t'tment positons pay high r Salaries They provide much semarity than private employ. ad excellent opportnnity for aent. Many positions require ' no specialized education or ee. ' get one of these jobs, you a test The competition is [ in some cases ov, ly one out Lincoln Service has helped thous- ands prepare for these teats every year since 1948. It is one of the larg- est and oldest privately owned schools of its kind and is not connected with the Government For FREE booklet on Goverr, ment jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mail at once- TODAY. You will also get full details on mw you can prepare yourself forthese tests. " i Don't delay - ACT NOW I t I" SERVICE, Dept. Wash 1-3B Illinois Very much interested. Pleue end me abaolutol FREE 1 " o . . Y ( ) A hat of Vernrnent positrons and salaries ; (2) Information on how to qualify S. Goverr=ment Job. IIBlmt\\;. , Age .Yams '"..... Phone ................ Street ............................... "" ......................................... State (D3B) t26-d3 t M L. Ambulance Re00ord Is T01d; Benehl Schedulea The Medical Lake Ambu- lance Corparation was organ- ized in 1958. There h'as been times when someone needed an ambulance and it took time to get one. A group of citi- zens decided smeting shou'ld be done and an effort was )ut forth to raise money to buy one and operate it at no cst to the people of the com- munity. When word spread of the Bowling Bowlcrettes Kelley's 26 lg 5 B's 25 ] 9 M N M 24 20 Bill's Jills 2,t 20 Itillcrest 22 2'2 l,il's Curls 22 2 Gibson's Thriftys 19 25 Bar,rain Shop 14 ,20 Gihson's Thriftys 2681, 941 ; Venire Bosr 477; Jeanne Vei.gel 190. Koffee Kup Keglers K crazy gates 28 16 4 Questions 26 18 Pied Pipers 23 21 Pill Rollers 2i 23 B-Plus 19 25 Clusler Busters 15 29 4 Questi<)ns 2171, 743; Berneal Gilbreth 468, B+,verly Pxmtice 178. 5 o'clock Mixed 4 C's 25 19 Has Beer,s " 23 21 Boll Ringers 23 2l M & M 22 22 Go Getters 20 24 Sandbaggers 19 25 idea everyone jumped in and Has Beens 2293, 825: Wayne Fifield worked together to +.l& I l" 476 177" Jack Hartford 177" Ida :Mc- accomw, s,,_. ,, ."   "l ...... '.-- lxlnley -t5, ; baval a VYlllrns tb. tblS, Fireball A corporation was set up l 'i ..... y e.,:ves :!  Jones' Keort z4 =1 called the Medical Lake C:om-[i. o. o. F. Lodge 22 22 m,,n,;t A l,, 1 ....  ...... i Lutheran Church 20V, 23t/2 uo.n. JkliCleS were 1][ecl in c leney Imp e nent 17 27 Oiympia with a Bioard of Di- rectors consisting of Presi- dent, Allan E. Denton; vice +reside+nt, L. D. Swiga; sec- treasurer, CLarence Rider, and Gerrald Fine and Keith Geer being the other two bo,ard m e,m bers. Pn + the past seven years the !ambulance has operated at a total cost to the community in+eluding the purch+ase of tvo aln,butances, upkeep, as0,1ine, insurance, oxygen, licewses n:d all repairs and equipment o,f less than $5,000. The a:m- bulance has m adie apwox- m,ately 800 runs. The officers plus Fritz Gil- breth are of the am- b,u+ma+ce. They kave been call- ed out ,on everything from he,art attacks, accident vic- tims and the delivery, of a b,aby. Record of the service h+s beea exceptional. Medical Lake Volunteer fire department has be eft very eo- ope,rative; Whelmvex money is needed they pich in +and stage a be+me,fit party and seem to come up money needed to op- erate for another year. There witl be a benefit h)r the ambul}ance Fr@ay, Dec. 3 at the City Hall at 7:30 p. m. is u, rged to attend and lend their support. Some are the impres- :sion that the ambulance is ovred and operated by the City ,of Medical Lake. This is not the se. The amb,nc :is owned by everyone in the Medical Lake are, and their support is needed in the fund ris4ng drive. Mr. and Mrs. Art Colyar spent Thanksving day at the tichard Harding ome in Sprague. CALL FOR BIDS NcAice is hereby given that the Town of Medical Lake will receive bids for services consisting of the preparation of a codification of its' ordinances as the same is defin<l in R. C. W. ,25.21.500, et seq; the services to be furnished to include editorial services, reproductior of the code, and the furnishing to the Town of Medical Lake of at least 25 copies of the printed code, when adopted by the Town Council. Each bidder shall set out in detail its proposed editorial specifications and mechanical Slcifi- cations and whether or v*ot it offers supplement service, an(l if so, upon what msis. Bids will be received by the Town Clerk at the Tc'n Hall, Medical Lake, Washington, at any time on or prior to the 15th day of December. 1965, at the i hour of 8:30 o'clock p. m., at which time i bids will be opened. The Town of Medical Lake reserves the right to reject any nnd/or ll bids. Town of Medical Lake By: Faye Hilbert, Town Clerk (Nov. 26-Dec. 3) CALL FOR BIDS Eastern Washington State College Separate sealed bid propos- als are available for education- al equipmert and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room 121, Showalter Halt. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-July 1, 1966) Ed Doten Cheney Lutheran Church 2984, 1(143 ; Jim Stolp 510: Dan Lamlxrt 203. Cheney Businessmen Fire Detmrtment 32 12 Edgett Brothers 26 18 Western Auto 25 19 *Vilson }lames 23 2t Cheney Motors 21 23 Brown & tIolter 17 27 Nahisco 17 27 R. O. T. C. 15 29 Walter Zabet 222, 536: Wilson Homes 104:1; Chcney Motors 2952. 2 College Runners To Participate in Omaha Nat'l Meet Two Eastern Wasin'gton athletes will compete in the National Ass'n of Intercolleg- iate Athletics nati+onal crss- country meet in Omaha Satur- d(ay, Nov. 27. hey are Bruce Peters. a Chrkstn freshman who fin- i,,hed seventh in the NAIA dis- trict 1 meet, and Frank Boz- anich, Arvacortes junior, who was 17th. The meet will be held at the University of Omaha. About 250 entries from 22 states ate expected to compete. The Cheney Community church, observed Tha'kgiv- ing on Sun(fay, Nov. 21, with a potluck fettowship dinner fow,ing the morning ser- vices. A GOOD ATTENDANCE was on hand for the annum Cheney high school football ban- quet Tuesday evening. Coach Brent Wooten of the college was guest speaker and intro- duced Savage players Mel Stanton and Ran Uhl. Bud Harris spoke for the Blackhawk d,'.d; and Capt. Tom Oswald for the high Friday, November 26, 1965 Cheney Free Press Page 5 Postmaster Offers Helpful Hints for 00:hri00lmas Mailings "Last Chri'stmas the post of- rice bandied more mail t,an ever before, yet the o,pevatin was the most efficient in h,is- tory," Postmaster Charles Sheprd said today. Nation,,ally about 99 per cent of the Christmas mail reached its destirmtion before Chst- ms eve. "ZIP code use and the coop- eration of the pub lie in mail- ing early were the main eas- (ms or or success. With the same or better cooperation t+hi year, we expect to handle a.n even ,greater volume of mail with less effort tla,n dur- ins the 1964 Christmas rush," the postmaster said. Gives Helpful Hints Mr. Shelrd hd advice which would :help mailers pre- pare for te upcoming mailing ;e''on. Up date last year's address list and include ZIP codes. The phone book is usually a good source for local addresses. Prepare a gift li,st as son as Iossible. Slop early to take advantage of full stocks. Be sure t'o have on hand e'nogh shipping materils: boxes, tape, wappi'nlg taper, etc. Use first el'ass postage on greeting e.ards. This assures thor being forwarded if the recipient has mvved or that udeivered Card win be re+ turned if a return eddress is on the envelope. Good Packing Urged The postmaster emphasized aain tiffs year that poorly ,vrap ped ,and loosely packed cart0,n:s are the real,or cause of pro'eel last damage. He urged that cartons be packed tightly by using stuffin, g materi,al to fill up the empty space round the merchandise. He also asked that all mailers make an effort to adss' their let- ters, cards arid packages clear- ly as posit'Me and that they make every ettempt  marl o,ften, sot waiting urtii the last minute to deposit all their gifts and greetings. When Vou Heat Your I-Iome [I[O1R/g4llK00 You'll laugh at the outside weather, when electric house heating gives you sunshine warmth every day- the exact temperature you want- in every room. You'll say goodbye to drafts, cold spots, hard-to-heat rooms. You can choose from among all these ways tolive better, electrically, with electric heat i INDIVIDUAL HEATERS-- attractive radiant units that recess into any wall, give you speedy, draft-free warmth. CEILING UNITS- the entire ceiling provldes even, comfort. able warmth, when radiant heating cable is built-ln, coy. ered with plaster or wall- board, and painted to taste. BASEBOARD HEATING PANELS -- invisible comfort. easily and inexpensively in- stalled along outside walls in every room. PORTABLE HEATERS-instant warmth, anywhere and every- where, with a handy portable unit that's lust right for hard. to-heat spots. Electric heating is ideal to supplement your existing system- ]or the extra room, play. room attic, and "cold spots". Operating cost k is low- installation .y and inexpensive. 2 , + *ermt, When You He=t Your Home Electrically You Really LIVE BETTER ... Cheney City Light Dept. LIVE BETTER ELECTRICALLY. school team. Blackhawk coach presented let- ters to 25 players. Shown above are, left to right: Fred Rosenzweig, high school line coach; Ran Uhl and Mel Stanton; Jim Hatch, high school coach; high chool principal Jack Phii|eo and Brent Woolen, ,Savage line coach.