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i CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, December 3, 2015 SECTION 2 LEGALS e Be prepared for winter driving conditions • It's time to get • Kitty litter or and make sure they ference between life N ready for drivers tosand - in case they are properly inflat-and death. prepare themselves get stuck ed. They should alsoWhile on the for winter driving ° A space blan- check fluid levels inroad, drivers should whether it's a shortket or regular-sized their vehicle. It is give more distance Information in the West Plains Police News is a serviceto drive to work or out blanket especially important between them and the readers of the Cheney Free Press and is only intended to provide information about local law enforcement activi- of town trips for the * An extra hat and to keep oil, coolant other vehicles, to al- ties. Any individuals listed as cited, charged or arrested are holidays, pair of gloves and wiper fluid lev- low them more time innocent until proven guilty. In their Neighbor-° Flashlight and els full during the to react when neces- hood Watch 2015-16 warning devices suchwinter months, sary. CHENEY An abandoned au- winter newsletter, asflares A car's battery They should Nov. 24 tom•bile was reported the Spokane County ° Jumper cables also needs to be inwatch out for bridg- Domestic violence/ on the 100 block of H Sheriff's Office and • Water and snacks good condition to es and shady areas. verbal dispute was re-Street. A silver Honda, S.C.O.P.E. (Sherifffor when they have to survive the winter Bridges and shady ported on the 400 block parked at the location Community Oriented wait for help months - failure spots could have ice of Leinum Court. since Nov. 19, was im .... Policing Effort) has The Sheriff's Of- during cold temper-and there are usu- Third-degree theft pounded, several tips for driv- fice and SCOPE also atures is more com-ally no warnings of was reported on the Third-degree theft ers during the winter advises drivers to mon since battery hazardous condi- 2500 block of A10gdon was reported onthe 200 season, keep their gasoline power is lower, tions. Way. A license plate was block of Simpson Park- Drivers should tank at least half- Drivers should Drivers can visit taken from a vehicle, way. A silver bicycle consider carrying full, as well as al-check all of their the other resources, AndreaL. Mount, 25, was taken, an emergency pre- low themselves extralights to be sure such as the Washing- . was arrested for third- Financial fraud, pardness kid that time to get to theirthey don't have a ton State Department degree theft/ shoplifting unauthorized use of includes the follow destination, bulb out and defrost of Transportation's on the l00 block of West a credit card, was re- ing items: Drivers should all windows before winter driving web First Street. ported on the 200 block ° Small snow also check the pres-they start driving, it page for more infor- Residential bur- of D Street. shovel sure of their tires could mean the dif' mation. glary was reported on Nov. 29 • the 2200 block of FirstResidential burglary Street. Two small dogs was reported on the Nov. S C O P.E. selling reflective address sinns.o were taken. 800 block of West First Domestic violence " • " Nov. 25 Street. Atelevision, cell- was reported on the The Sheriff Commu- The signs are 6x 18 and help support Domestic violence/ phone and shoes were 400block of South Hal- nity Oriented Policing inches and have num- S.C.O.P.E. verbal dispute was re-taken, lett Street. Effort is currently sell- bets on one or both To order a signor for ported on the 1300 block Residential burglary Nov. 29 ing reflective 'address sides of the sign. They more information,, please of Third Street. was reported on the A sex crime was lo- signs. A reflective ad- are pre-drilled to make contactS.C.O.P.E. Station Domestic violence/ 100 block of AlkiStreet. cated on the 700 block dress sign or marker them easy to mount. East, in Otis Orchards at verbal dispute was re-A television and avid-of East Fellows Street. helps first responders Sign s are $15 (509) 922-3150. ported on the 300 block e• game system were Nov. 30 find residents quickly • • • • • • • • • • •• • • • • • • • • • • of Erie Street. taken. An argument was and easily during an • • Third-degree theft Third-degree theft reported at North Gra- emergency. • Cheney o was reported on the was reported onthe100 ham Lane and East Address numbers • • zero hundred block ofblock of College Road.State Route 902. on curbs can erode and • • North Eighth Street. Commercial bur- can get covered up with • • A white bicycle was MEDICAL LAKE glary was reported onsnow in winter while• • taken. Nov. 26 the 600 block of Eastnumbers on homes are• • Attempted suicide A hit-and-run ac- SR 902. not easy to find. • was reported on the cident was reported atTheft was report- These signs have • 600 block of Irene Place. West Hallett and Southed on the 1022 block reflective material on • There were non-specific Espanola roads. There of North Fox Ridge both sides and are high- • threats, was damage to a fence.Road. ly reflective during the • Nov 27 Nov. 27 Notei" Due to an error day and evening. They A missing person An iPad was turned in communication, theare preferred by re-: was reported on the into the Medical Lake Airway Heights policesponders, especially• • 2300 block of University Sheriff Community Ori-'reports will appear in the if placed right by the , ..... . Lane. The individual nted Policing Effort Dec. lO issue of the Cheney street at the entr/ince 0 • returned, office. "Free Press. to the home. • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • O CHENEY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION Auto Loans as low as 1.74% ,P,.O,C- RV/Boat Loans as low as 2.99% ^p,-o,c- FREE Debit Cards • No FEE ATM • Shared Branching PUBLIC LEGAL NOTICES (509) 235-6184 eney S$ TO PLACE A LEGAL AD - CONTACT OUR LEGAL DEPARTMENT - RACHEL STUART E-MAIL FAX (509) 235-2887 INSERTION DEADLINE: MONDAY 5 P.M. TIME IS OF THE ESSENCE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE TO CREDITORS probate assets, claim against the decedent must, West 720 Boone, Suite 200Complaint by stating your de- SUPERIOR COURT, DATE OF FILING OF NOTICE before the time the claim would Spokane, WA99201 fense in writing, and by serving TO CREDITORS with Clerk of be barred by any otherwise ap- STAMPER RUBENS P.S: a copy upon the person signing STATE OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF SPOKANE Court: plicable statute of limitations, Attorneys at Law this Summons, within twenty No. 15-4-01605-1 November 13, 2015. present the claim in the manner 720 West Boone, Suite 200(20) days after the service of this DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: as provided in RCW 11.40.070 Spokane, WA 99201 Summons, excluding the day of In the Matter of the Estate of: November 19, 2015 by serving on or mailing to the Tel: (509) 326-4800 service, or a Default Judgment ROGER M. WELCH, Kim L. Smith Personal Representative or Fax: (509)326-4891 may be entered against you Deceased. KIM L. SMITH the Personal Representative's November 19, 26, and Decem- without notice. A Default Judg- The Personal Representative Personal Representativeattorney at the address stated ber 3, 2015 ment is one where the Plaintiffs named below has been ap- ' ReSiding at: below a copy of the claim and are entitled to what they ask pointed as Personal Repre- 16119 NE 112th Street filingtheoriginaloftheclaimwith for because you have not re- sentative of this Estate. Any Redmond, WA 98052 the Court in which the probate sponded. If you serve a Noticeof person having a claim against Presented By: proceedings were commenced. Appearance on the undersigned the deceased must, before the SUMMONS Jeffrey R. Ropp The claim must be presented person, you are entitled to notice time the claim would be barred JEFFREY R. ROPP, within the later of: 1) thirty (30) IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF before a Default Judgment may by any otherwise applicable WSBA No. 16972 days after the Personal Repre- WASHINGTON be entered, statute of limitations, present the WINSTON & CASHATT, LAW- sentative served or mailed the You may demand the Plaintiffs IN AND FOR THE claim in the manner as provided YERS, notice to the creditor as provided file this lawsuit with the Court. If by RCW 11.40.070 by serv- COUNTY OF SPOKANE ing or mailing to the Personal 601 W Riverside, Suite 1900 under RCW 11.40.020(1)(c); orNo. 15203491-4 you do so, the demand must be Representative or the Personal Spokane, WA 99201 2) four (4) months after the date EDGAR RACZYKOWSKI and in writing and must be sewed Representative's attorney at the Attorney for KIM L. SMITHof first publication of the notice. If ALISSA RACZYKOWSKI, hus- upon the person signing this address stated below a copy of Personal Representative the claim is not presented within summons. Within .fourteen (14) November 19, 26, and Decem- this time frame, the claim is for- band and wife, days after you serve the demand, the claim and filing the original the Plaintiffs must file this lawsuit of the claim with the court. The ber 3, 2015 ever barred, except as otherwise Plaintiffs, vs. with the Court, or service on you provided in RCW 11.40.051 and CODY DANIEL MISHLER, an of the Summons and Complaint claim must be presented within 11.40.060. This bar is effective the.later of: (1) Thirty days after as to claims against both the individual, andWAYLON ALLEN will be void. the Personal Representative If you wish R) seek the advice of served or mailed the Notice to NOTICE TO CREDITORS decedent's probate and nonpro- MISHLER, an individual, Defendants. the creditor as provided under SUPERIOR COURT, bate assets. TO: THE ABOVE-NAMED DE- an attorney in this matter, you RCW 11.40.020(3); or (2) Four STATE OF WASHINGTON, DATE OF FIRST PUBLICATION: FENDANTS should do so promptly so that months after the date of first COUNTY OF SPOKANE November 19, 2015 Alawsuit has been commenced your written response, if any, publication of the Notice. If the RCW 11.40.030 ]s/Cheryl J. Thomas against you in the above-entitled may be Served on time. claim is not presented within No. 15401615-8 CHERYLJ. THOMAS, Court by Plaintiffs. Plaintiffs' This Summons is issued p0rsu- this time frame, the claim is for- In the Matter of the Estate of Presented by: claims are stated in the written ant to Rule 4 of the Superior Court Civil Rules of the State of ever barred, except as otherwise DAVID F. THOMAS, STAMPER RUBENS, P.S. Complaint, a copy of which is Washington. provided in RCW 11.40.051 and Deceased. /s/Steven O. Anderson served upon you with this Sum- 11.40.060. This bar is effective The Personal Representative STEVEN O. ANDERSON DATED this 27th day of August, as to claims against both the named belowhas been appoint- WSBA#34572 mons. decedent's probate and non- ed as PersonaI Representative of Attorney for the Estate David F. In order to defend against this 2015. ADAMS & GAFFANEY, LLP lawsuit, you must respond to the By:/s/Randall R. Adams this Estate. Any person having a Thomas Randall R. Adams, Of the firm Attorneys for Plaintiffs WSBA #24747 ADAMS & GAFFANEY, LLP 1810 E. Schneidmiller Ave., Suite 301 Post Falls, Idaho 83854 (208) 457-9281 November 19, 26, December 3, 10, 17, and 24, 2015 NOTICE OF PUBIC HEARING A public hearing will be held at the regular Planning Com- mission meeting on Monday, December 14, 2015, beginning at 6:00 p.m., to discuss interim zoning on Washington Coud. The Cheney City Council passed Ordinance W-71 on November 10, 2015, to enact a temporary zone change in the area of Washington Court. Ordinance W- 71 proposes amending the Com- prehensive Plan land use map to address incompatible land use issues. Any new residential improvements, expansion, or change of use, will require street, fire access, and utility improve- ments/upgrades. The public is invited to attend the hearing to learn more, and to offer comments for or against extending the interim zoning. Questions may be directed to Brett Lucas, Senior Planner, at 498-9221. December 3, 2015