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............. in and to the foil>wing described real IdA UJ  AL. SALE =aulHfLI S. BROOKE property, to-wit: llamf romans nU wna ........... [ " g., Spokane, Wmh. I . I,t 19, B,ock 2 First Addition To llVlllJ I'lUUt U][ l|l .......... : ........... ,rre J'ark Addition. accordinr t( plat m , )m older hme. Good I . SIIERIFb'S SALE [ recorded in, Vol ..... "E" of 1' its, page [l[ Us 1 n. ouu own {J0 Slate of astmgtorp, county of Spa-] 50, in th( City of Spokane, Sl)okane[ | |q  , .... a' . ." I kane.- ss. I C ), n v ,Vashinton '1') saqfy n a iilellslbl , [,u t)o_ten .eai sate./ Uy virtue of au Ord .... f Sale i .... d [judi,;e:it' ira fav,,r ()i "ihe %t(:'r .... 11  l l| st St., 230-4000. J,,ut of the Hen. Superior Court of Spa-S,,u hem I,*suranc, Company, e,I, I 1 TII III f I II :*g kant (mnty on tbe 22nd day of Nmern- (.,r ,)ration and against Peter M Pir- | limit IlllllVaq_mllldl il;_)tl I,er, 1965, by the Clcrk tl ...... f in the ,H ..... t F. Joanice I'irotte husband JEilI 11113 JttlIU|UUl ............ ---------- case of The We:dern and Southern Life and wife; l(..bert C. l' wets and I)ean- JI YOUR REAL ESTATE Iuffurao(.e C, onlp'aay, p. corp,rati,m, Plain-Ins 1',5. ]',,wets, bushamt and ,ife; and rl'r]lo Vtrzqhinttma l.r;.i... l?l-q fnll rPr'i Qt Dc.I tilt versus i'ctEr M. l'n'otte and ]". [Atna Painting .tnd l)ecoratir . Co Inc ....... ll'-'m'" ---uv*avaoll --, x* .t**-vw xti" d(*anice l'irotte husband and wife Rob .... " " . 'g , , ,c .  _ .............. : .... , I ol,oatn, r Amounting to One Thous- 0,z Won]es clubs is sD,n,9.i'- lllC. wneney, wasn a0a mt . lowers an,d Deanna M. Iowcrs [and Nine Hundred Forty Eight and in o- n n}]nt r'f)iof  hl 41n Street Phone 235 -377R husba:rd and wify; and Atria Paint!ng 07/100 ($1,94S.07) dollars witb interest ,  ,'. t .... vj,x. uo lw:p t.ztc , ., [,?,- an(/ J)ecorat!ng Co., Inc., a co.rporaton at 6 l)r cent 1,er an,num from Nov(m- !anoIc!aDpel sll the crafk 10-1tl l;}efc!a!arts No. 18668. and to me, as[ber 22, 1965 to (late of sale and $250.00 iN, ....... -]J., A R._L e .e . . -- ShcHtt, du'ected and dehvered.  attorney's fees and $34.60 costs und ir,- taly Ha. z. dJ: OI1 Lt Items Notice is hereby given, that I will creased costs witb interest on attorney*s udll b a held .on Saturday, Dec. inexpensive to clean rugs upholstery with Blue Rent electric shampoo- 1. Holmes Hdwe. d3 lot on Badger lke also Franklin stove. Of $160. Sell for $100. 235-6294. n26-d3 PADS in three sizes for figuring out your problems and 4x6 and -sizes for larger problems, at The Free Press. n25tf house in new-home Full basement, one with p[umbing for sec- two fireplace, Ige. lawn system. See at 5S1 or call 235-4472. n19d10 new English bicycles wheel $22.50 and $20.00. 235-6687 after 5 p. m. d3p standard type,writ- excellent $80. Look! 16 ram. movie cam- 149.50 new. Make an d3p 40-inch electric and Kenmore wringer $25.00 each. 1514 5th d3p 35' Al'uminum trailer electric stove, oil hat water heater, full $1500. PY 6-2171, Rear- d3-17p u'sed tire Chains, god $6.00 pr. 235-4013 d3 furnituTe, H,onduran bed, chest, dres, night snd. Exeeent ery reasaaabe. C. E. Stewart, 235-4081. d3p embroidered and era- gift pilow case. See Glagov, 404 S. Wash- Medical Lake, Was,h. d3 % ton 4,speed $275. OaR. eves. 255- d3 cut pine fireplaces wod. dlver. F0yd Hansel, Cheney. d3p be&stead, sprirrgs and $20.00. Metal day- makes dulte 0,1 235-4614. d3 CARS--Be rtre to see 10 red hot barffains hi used ears, all win- !, in the Ratelfffe Pard page 5 in this isue. belkw "beak". d2p LOST or sayed. Reward for return .of big gray short- ,eat. Call everngs, Med- 299-3701. d3 light beige Siamese eat, to 'name Tins. Re- Call 235-6816. d3 SPECIAL proceed to sell to the highest bidder for foes and costs at 6% per annum from (!ash, within the hours prescribcd by November 22, 1965 to date of salt.. law for Sheriff's Sales, to-wit: At ten Given urder my hand, lhis 1st elegy o'clock a. m. on tie 14th day of January of DEcember, 1965. 1966 at South Courthouse door, Spokane William J. I.eilly, Sheriff in Spokane County, in the State of By Joyce M. Lane, Deputy Washin, gtor*, all the right, title and in- Philip S. Brooke, Plaintiff's Attorney terest of the above r, amed defendants (Dec. 3-24) * FOR REN Cashatt, Williams, Co.nelly & Rekofks ......................... 650 Lincoln Building, Spokane, Wash. lad price for US corns. Free ap- if you do not wish to N.'ard St., Chtmey child care in  235-6580. n93; ffyOl axe market for a  ,g:mad- used cr at tae price, You slmuld m ean read Radcliffe 5' cal. ad .on page 5 of Faee Press. Turn to ad now! d3x OPPORTUNITY first year, p- l.rt or fu$1 time, men minimum invest- retirement, int.)me Send qualifications Eaterpze, Inc., Clmney, Wash. o29tf New 2 bedroom apts. for rent. Fully carpeted, new ranges, refrigerators and hundry fa- cilities furnished. Students i may share. Can be seen ,at 1320 3rd St. Call 235-4778. olbtf Apartments n,ow available. Alice Anne Apartments, J221 First St., C,heney. n12-26 3-bedro0m house. All applian- ces furnished. Fenced yard. Family only. Lo,aate,d at 616 Vithrd. Call Moses Lake Re 2-9273. d3tf 1 bedroom furnished apt, $45 month. Ideal for coltege stu- dents, Four Lakes Apts. Phone TE 8-8734. d3-10p House for rent. Furnished, Suitable for fraternity or sorority ,or individual. C'I MA 4-0692, RI 7-7553. d3tf Small living quarters for 1 or 2 people $25 Mo. F. M. Wat- sgn, Four Lakes. east of school house, d3-31p NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 78850 In the Superior Court of the Stale of /ashingtor# in and for the County of Spokan, e. It. the Matter of the Estate of R. D. LOCKWOOD, deceased. State of Washington, County of Spo- kane.--s. Notice is hereby given that Washington Trust Bank the Executor of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement to, and filed ir the Su- perior Court of Srmkan.e County, State of Washingtor its Final Account as such Executor a6d a Petition for the distribu- tion of said estate, i which the court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharg the said Executor and that Tuesday, the 4th day of Janury, 1966, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m. at the court room of the Superior Court in tbe City of Spokane, in sid Sl)okane County, has bee fixed for the hearing ad settlement of said Final Account and Petition for Distribu- tion, at which time and place any person interested in said estate may appear and file his cxceptiors in writing there- to and cc.ntest the same. Dated this ]st (lay of Decemlr, 1965. Geo. E. Fllquist, Coux)ty Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Conrt By Ralph V. Renwick Deputy. (Dec. 3-]7) GORDON E. CORNELIUS 1117 Paulsen Bldg. Spokane, Wash. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 80518 In the SupErior Court of the State Washington in and for the County of __ . . Slmkar.e. IW0 eamom house unfurn- In the Matter of the Estate of ished close in , *- ' .... I THELMA MERCEDS McMULLIN d- , , , aummanc ,nea.; ] ceased ' " also studi'o apt. 228 W. 5h. I Noti'ce is hereby given tbat the Under- 235 '"q - ao, [ Gill has been appointed Executor "w. LIoruI" of the above estate in this Curt and l .... ]has qualified accordizgiy and that all FOR SALE OR RENT .ors .... havinu claims against said ...... deceased are required to serve claims, CH T ..lrc /cr ,. ll ] P.lly verified, with necessary vouch-  *o. -j twu ruzH.t | ers, upon the undersigned at Spokane, home, freshl painted. Gax-IWashington or upon Gordon E. Cr-   W'l A '11 A% [ nelius the attorney of record at his ' " " " 1  ]office at 1117 Pauisen Bldg., Spok e, Wn., and file such claim with proof of -- such service ir* the office of the New 1 bedroom Apts. For Rent 306-310 N. 11th See Manager olbtf WORK WANTED Guaranteed outboard motor re- pair. Ed's Conoco Service. Phone BE 5-4400. ff Iome mwsing eompanJ,on :and care of elderly or invalid. Baby sitters available. Ironing pield up and delivered. Light h0tskeOping. Call 235-6245. d3 Wil!l do sewing, knitting, ir0- Ling, typing, baby sitting, my lmme, evenin,gs. 10 4t'h St., af- ter 5. d3-10p MISCELLANEOUS Norm Lewis, electrical contrac- tor. Wiring and repr. Che- my Electric. Phone 237-4341. nbff BIG DEAL--The Free Press i will credit you with an extra month ree, as a Christmas gift, if you will renew o sart a new sazbscripo on or be- fare Dec. 24, 1965. You're e*li- #hie nz) matter whe your sub- scription expires.  'appfies i to gift subscriptions. d3-17c EARL ROBINE2"rE ofute' ne believes it pays to ad-! vetise in tlm Free Press clas- sified scti.n. After running an ad one time he said a Jer- sey cow 1,ast week. d3x WANTED TO RENT Three or Rmr bedroom hotme rmr west end of campus. Please phone 235-4654. d3f WANTED Wa, nted for St. Vince De Patti Society furnitttre, ebh- ing, shoes, urgently eded. [ Oal  Maddux 235-6814. l ntf WANTED! MEN - WOMEN 18 and over. Prepare now S. Civil Service job openings next 12 months. posltIons pay high They provide much security than private employ- and excellent opportunity for Many positions require or no specialized education or to get one of these jobs, you a test. The eonpetition is aud in some cases oly one out Imss. Lincoln Service has helped thous- ands prepare for these tests every yenr 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 Goverrment jobs, includinr list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon and mall et ones- TODAY. You will also get full details on mw you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't delay - ACT NOW! Dept. Wash. 1-3B Illinois very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (11 A list of and $alaries; (2) Information on how to--ualify i ....... , g ..... ;'. Age ..,.. "r ..... ame ;" .... , .... Pholae ...... ...... Street ............................... ............................................ State ............ (D3B) n26-d3 Clerk of the above Court at the City of Spokane, Waahtv.gton, within six months after the first publication of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the" first pubtieation of this notice is 3rd day of December, 1965. Thomas N. McMullin Executor of the above estate. Gordon E. Cornelius Attorney 1117 Pulsen. Bldg., Spokane, Wash. (Dee. 3-17) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulsen Bldg,, Spekane. Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ETATIg :No. 77195 In the Superior Court of the Sate of Washington it* and for the County of Spokaze. It* the Matter of the Estate of ELIZABETH J. FAWER, deceased. State of Washington. County of Sp kane.--ss. i Notice is hereby given that Glora I. i Fisher, the Administratrix of the above estate, has rendered and presented for settlement tb and filed in the Superior, Court of Spokane County, State of Wash. her Final Account as such Administratrix and for the distribution of aid ltitn estate, in which the Court is asked to settle said tate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same an discharge the said Adminastratrix, and that Tlureday, the 30th day of December, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m., at the court room of our said Superior Court in the City of Spokane, it* said Spok,ne County, has been duly fixed for the hear* ing and settlement of said Final Aecouwt and Petition for Dhtribution, et which time and place any person inerested in said estate may appear and file his exceptio in writing thereto and eaR- test the same. Deled this 1st day of December, 1965. George E. Faliquist. County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court. By Robert McCorkle, Deputy (Dec. 3-17) Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 912 Paulen Bldg.. Svokane. Wn. SIXTY-DAY SUMMONS FOR PUBLICATION :No. 180]83 In the Superior Court of the State of Washin*gton in awd for the County of Spokane. Maetropolitan Life Insurance Company, corporation, Plaintiff vs. Edward G. Rady and Ursula O. Rady, husband arid wife, Defendants State of Wshington to the Defer,- ants, Edward G. Rady and Ursula C. Rady, husbar, d and wife. You are hereby summoned to appear in, the above entitled court within sixty (60) days after the date of the first lauhlication of this summons, to-wit : Within sixty (60) days after the 3rd day of December, 1965 and defend the above etitled action in the above en- titled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff, and serve a copy of your answer on the undersigned attor- neys for plaintiff at their postoffice address below stated, and in eae of your failure ao to do, judgment will be rendered agninst you according to the demand of said complaint, which has been filed 'ith the clerk of said ecmrt. This action is commenced by the plain- tiff, to foreclose a ertain mortgage ex- ecuted by Edward G. Rady and Ursula C. Rady to Far West Securities Co., and thereafter assigned to plaintiff, which mortgage was recorded in Vol. 1072 of Mortgages page 3 and re- recorded in VoL 1073 of Mortgages. page 258, uporr the following described property: Lot 7 in, Block 1 of Brn and Snider Addition to the City of Spokane, as per plat ersof recorded In ol, "X" of Plats, page 10; EXCEPT the West 8 feet thereof; sitUate in the City and County of Spokane, ahington. It is the furthe object of ssdd action' to bar defendants of all right, title, lien or es- tate in and to said premix, except the right to redeem said premises within eight months after the Sheriff's Sale. Hamhlen, G|lbert & Brooke Attorneys for Plaintiff By: Philip S. Brokee Pus(office Address : 912 Paulser Building, Spokane, Washingte 99201. (Dec. 3-Jan. 7) CALL FOR BIDS ' Ntice is hereby given that the Town of Medical Lake will receive bide for services consisting of the preparation of a codification of its' ordinances as the same is defied in 1. C. W. 35.21.500, et seq; the services to De 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 Sl)ecificationa and mechanical Specifi- cations and whether or rot it offers supplement service, and if so, upon what basis. Bids wilt 1 received by the Town Clerk at the Town Hall; .Medical Lake. Washington, at any time on or prior to the 15th day of December, 1965, at the hour of 8:30 o'clock p. m., at which time bide will be opened. I The Town of Medic,l Lake reserves l the right to reject any and/or bll bids. Town of Medical Lake Ry: Faye Hilbert, Town Clerk (Nov. 2B-Dec. 3) 4, from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. in the Spokane Women's: club hoas,e on 9th and Walnut streets. Items on sale will b,e from irdivid,trals arid in,dude ('raft by those in sheltered h,omes, the ertire 'proceeds to go to the pe's,an making the item. Thas is in eanj,uctian ith the Governor',s: eoa,cil for "Employ the Handiepged," and .such items will be ffered /'or sale in the e,nlre ate on that day, Dec. 4. The object of the p,rojeet i to build the morale of the handicapped. Serving ,on the @overnar's coun.cil is Mrs. E. L. (Helen) Powors ,and Mrs. R. E. Bald- win, Spokane. Oranizati,ans a,:is.tng on Saturday will be Mrs. am T. Winkoop, Mrs. tt,cvace Thomas, Mrs. W:teb, Brown and Mrs. Ted Bhm oi Spokane. Women from Pro- tory, AAUW, League o Nurs- i::g, Council of Churches, President's Council, Wmen's ciubs federati.on, Goodwill In- dustries, Business and Pvo,f'es- sional Women; and*m t, he N. E. district of the Wa,sh:ing- tom Federation of Women's l clubs, Mrs. W. A. Lurid, Green- acres, Mrs. J. B. Neal, Gar- fidd, and Mrs. A. B. Cutting o'f Cheney. Mrs. MiJ,o B,al,1 will als, a assist. Ghristmas greens, s,ags and decorations are being brought from the Job aprils camp at Curlew. Conservation News Friday, December 3, 1965 Cbeney Free Pres Page 5 By Clarence A. Kelley SC:S Teth,d,an Spokane Io Four Lakes Freeway Will Be Last week he tastern Wash- ington se,mi-fin, al speech con- Dedicaled Nexl Tuesday; Evans Io Speak test, sponsored by the State Assoeiation of Soil a.nd Water Conservatmn'  " Districts, was A double feature dedication W'ashington State Highway program will be o'ered try Commas Jan, and the state Ieg- held in the Cheney city ,hal. the state .highway d*elartmen ishture and loeal og'fieiak% will Tro,ptie:s were awarded to the next Tuesday when it offiei,al- be fol'we,d by a 1,unc!heort at ta.p three contestants, Cih,ucki Wyborney, Wilbur; Marily ]y opens four new roadvays in the Spokane Chamber of Oam- Bretzel, Pouse, and Jessica the Inlan,d Empire. nlerce. @or. Evans will m,ake It,anfrd, Oakesda,le. Wybof @v. Dan Evans witl join the prmcip,al address ,here. n, ey receiving flint place will local and state officials for During the afternoon, may represent Dastern Wshington the ribbon-cutting and ope- of the highway o,fielat and in the state finals Dec. 1 at ing cote'm.on,los for a nine other participants will drive 2,coma. mie stretch of the wesSerly on Sign loute 195 to the site Other contestants included section of he Sp>kane free- of the faugh hzy h Dan Ald.erson, Olville; Wfl- wy. 2he event is sVheduted provement just souh of Rosa. liam Parlet, Pomero; Richard to bogin at 10:15 a. m. and wil lia. Here, with Vice Ohrma Ekvl], Chrkston, *and Teri mark the first major highway ElmeT C. Htmtley of the 'hi,h- Maulder, Mead. compleian in 'tis aea since way commkion perm}ng The thme of the seeeh the freeway construction was the top honors, the officials contest was "Corservaion Is stalled in the co,urts, wi join tesalia, Oalax and Everyorm's Business." As I In addison to the freeway Tthornton leadees in openg a saw it, most of the tMks were opemng between the co,mmm> 7-mie section of the Inn 1me we:l presented as would be ity of Vour Lakes and the rim between Pullman and Spa- expected in such a semi-final of Spokane's dwntown burst- kane. contest. But ht sod lres centea', Director of High- The new route slaves about mast elearly in my rnd wad ways Ch:arles G. Pra hl said an- .6 of a mile from the aM the tack of understan'dtn rele- other highveaT project nearby Lighway v&ich was cnstruct- xant to the t'ogic, will be ,opened al, mos simul- ed 32 years ago w,h,en Taking It For Granted taneously. A 11/z mile see(ion cars ad roadways were nat- So many people seem to for- 4 Sign loute 195, the main rower. The new route also get that our complete exist- l'te between Spolva,n,e and el,hninates seveva curves and enee is degendent our t'u'lman, will be opened to was completed at a est f world's ratu,ral resaurces, provide a new connection with $1,870,000. !Vhen today a large percent- the freeway. age ,of the world's populatton The two ,openings in the MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY is faced with food and water Spokane vicinity wit,1 ffer DRIVE IS COMPLETED ,roblems, we blind,ly retan an thousands of motorizts a total Ten boys of the collge let- unrealistic attitude that this o 10.5 miles of new highways termen's cub solicited mony cannot happen to me. And yet :nar the metro(>litan center ths week for the useular this very minute, in this Unit- of the nl'nd Empire. dystrophy furd and tmmled ed States, both Eastern aad The morning provaan, gh- the cash in fr be drive Tues- Wstern bor6ers are confront- lighted by the pm'ti, eipation of d, ay, Ed Chissus iS the dub ed wil2h serious water shertage Gay. Evans, members of the adviser. and water pelution prvbM,ns. Nor need we ffl to mention the universal desire for nat- uralreseurces, suc'havdld- K KSPO Radio K life (a place to hunt), recrea- tion (a pl'.ace to phy), or just  "r pain sace (a place to ive esents Cheney bn,4ieaped ,lave sent braided rugs, era, braidr- ed items, doll clths and quiRs. MRS. SLAVENS" SISTER PASSES Mrs. M. R. Slaveas, femer residen,t of Cheney, sends wrd of lhe death of ,her sis- ter Miss Elsa Weismulev of Be2kvue ta, st week. Morxis Sa- verm of Spokzne atteaaded 'the memorial services t the lleitz i Fmmrat Home In Seattle on Salmrday for Mi'ss Weismul,ler. ' with crem,aion, otli,n. Bowling FirebaR to run, to throw). Farmer Carries Ball We all slre in the harvesl of our Ratural resourves but ma,y expect the arne or the lmdownev to be the sale keeper, protecto and deelyp- em of these resources. How can the farmer ade- qtmtely apply oonservion amidst farm programs that are ot ways coasisten vdth can- seraon ,aplicatin ? Iow can the flarmrs, ropreseating 8 per (gt of the natin,s Nting power, pent, nee legishtovs be enseraon mimi,ed? Ev- eryone sre in reapi or n;acua ,resources; shaM n,ot eve2yone aso sfiare in the cost K. Tire Co. jOones' Re r" 32 16 [o ph, ,rmin arid devellamert t 25 23  " Lutheran Church 24/ 23[ Judges for the e0test were L O. O. F. Lodge 22 26 I A]k-e Mbe gWSC --., ytem Amusemen . 19 29 I----ofeL---- ' , '- "-:"* Cheney Implement : 19 29 i  sor  speeen; tDe't LedLtthteerran Churt_._=4gT, . 1067 ; .Ike[ Moe, speech instructor, C2neney .., xlenry .tlCKelson D;$ ; " high sehoal, and A R Reech Gene Wunder!ich Trip!e 163 ; Alvin ' ! , Dmv 6 and 7 split. i.t maaem, Old Nati,n- 5 i,ed atl Ban&, Spokatm. 4 C's 27 21 Bell Ringers 26 22 M & M 2G S Sea story on front page on Hs Beena 24 24 Go Getters 22 26 The Free Press' Christmas of" Sandbaggers 20 23 for of free month on renewals. Go Getters 2319, 796; Fred McKinley 512 ; Wally Beard 199 ; Audrey Mos- - man 421, 163. Cheney Automotive Cheney AUto Parts 30 171 Chenep Department Store 29 19 Cheney Motors 26 22 Brown & Halter 24 24 " Al's Chevron 23 25 :: :::':: ?: :i ":' :':'::!!: : "  Dependable Motor Freight 2(} 28 Higgins & Henderson 20 28 ; " : Sunset View Ranch 19 28 Deperdable Motor Freigit 3012, 1114; Marv Haggard 253. I Nov. 30, 1965 Cheney Auto Parts 33 18z/a Cheney Department Store 29 23 Cheney Motors 29 23 Br/wn & Halter 2G 27 Depen, dable Motor Freight 24 28 A]'s Chevron Station 24 28 I Higgins & Henderson, 24 28 P O S J P "CheneyCalls" o HIGH SCHOOL NEWS COLLEGE NEWS HISTORY OF' CHENEY AND ? ? ? Brought to you by these Progressive Cheney Merchants: Olmney Department Store Owl P!mrmacy Ben Fra, nkRn Store Beehive Restart Ed's Oorooo Sea, tile ls NationRl Ba, nk  Oheney Branch 12 30 ON YOUR RADIO MONDAY - FRIDAY Look at these "Cream of the Sunset View Ranch 19/.z 32% Higgins & Henderson 3023, 1081; Wil- j ]is" Matter 666, 242. Cheney Buslnessmen Fire Departmert 35 13 ' | ! j Edgett Brothers 27 21 'J Y Cesternwilson ItomesAUto 20027 23200 Does the old bus start hard these cold mornings? If so, Cheney Motors 22 26 Nabisco 20 28 R, O. T. C. 19 29 why fight it? Trade it in on a better, later guaranteed used:: Brown & Holter 17 31 . ' George Fossum 221, 597 ; Nabisco 1050 ; R. o. T. o. 2___ 0091_= ..... car at Ratcliffe Ford. Better values than these cannot be CALL FOR BIDS found. Ea ste rn Wash,n gton State College W,nter,zed A 1 Used Cars" " Separate sealed bid propos- 1 ' als are available for education- al equipment and/or supplies by Eastern Washington State 1963 Falcon Two Door 1963 Chev' Corva,r 4-dr. College in the office of the Di- rector of Purchasing, Room Runs and Drives 4 Speed Trensmission :,$1095 A Real Buy at ................. like a dream, Bargain $1 priced at .............................. 195 1961 Rambler American, ,,o o**, $595 FULL PRICE .., .................. 1965 Galaxie 500 4-door Hardtop -- Perfect $800 Discount 1964 Volkswagen 1961 Mercury2-door One Owner $1445 A Real Nice Car ................ 1963 Chev. Impala 4-Door. Absolute| Like $1895 New and Only 23,000 Miles 121, Showalter Hall. Proposal forms may be ob- tained at the above office. T. T. Wall Director of Purchasing. (July 1, 1965-Ju1, 1, 1966) II II I Hamblen, Gilbert & Brooke 919 Pgnln Bldlr.. SpOkane. Wash. NOTICE OF SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE No. 93G6 In the Supertor Court of the State of Washington in and for the Cour*ty of Spokane. In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN H. MeKAY, deceased. State of Washirtun, County of Spo- kana.---ss. Notice is hereby given that the Old National Bank of Washington,, the Exec- utor of the above estate, has rendered ani presented for settlement to, and filed in the Superior Court of Spokane Cour, ty, State Of Washington its Final Account as such Executor and a peti- tion for the distribution of said in which the Court is asked to settle said estate, distribute the property to the heirs or persons entitled to the same, and discharge the said Executor, and that Thursday, the 30th day of DecemDer, 1965, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock a. m., at the Court room of our said Superior Court City of Spokane. i said has beer duly fixed for the hearing and settlement of said Final ccount nnd Petition for Distribution, at which time and place any person in(ere*ted it) said estate may appear and file hie ex- ceptions it* writing thereto and contest the same. Dted this 1st day of December, 1965. Geo. E: Fallquist, County Clerk and Clerk of the Superior Court By Robert McCorkie0 Deputy (Dee. 8-17) With Overdrive $895 A Good Value .................... 1960 Ford Fordor Look It Over $495 PRICED ONLY .................. 1964 Falcon Futura w.,... ,ow $1995 Mileage. One Owner ........ 00962 Merc. Comet Like New, 28,000 Miles $1195 RATCLIFFE FORD 402 2nd Street, Cheney Phone 235-6238 ,