Spokane Chronicle from Spokane, Washington on July 15, 1974 · 29
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' ; Expo Fantasy Expo's Skyfloat, ripples in a peaceful stretch of the Spokane River and the sun shining at the right an old Skill Undimmed Lime lighters' Return Nlappy Event By JOANN GOBS , It was the Lime liters Reunion '74 and everyone was there: ' Lou Gottlieb offering Madiera to a young thing with all the lechery evi, : denced more than a decade agoand with the same result! "John Henry," evoking a garden of old legends. , All the gang from the Phi De It winter , house dance uf 1961. , The kids who sat ,arotmd a fire at the sophomore beer bust and tried to think up verses for "Hye, Lei lei, Lei lei Lo." And Glenn Yarbrough, with the same r rich, mellow voice that will keep "Baby, or By BILL SALLQUIST Few performers have made it to the top in the competitive popular music business in recent years without some sort of gimmick to aid their cause. Long hair and unorthodox style helped the Beatles achieve stardom in the mid '60s. More recently rock groups such as Alice Cooper have resorted to morbid curiosity as a catapult to success. But it wasn't gimmickry that catapulted the brotherand-sister team of Karen and Richard Carpenter to the top of the music industry. Nor was it success that they - relied on to carry them through a pair of Opera House , engagements last night. TheCarpentersproved t,10.1mmmomSam.NimbuA, again that solid talent, a touch of imagination and plenty of hard work still can lead to success. And the talented duo gave their Spokane audiences a sampling of the uncommon talent and polished musicianship that triggered the soft music revolution of the '70s. Though lacking the complete array of electronic gadgetry available in a recording studio, the Carpenters duplicated in admirable fashion the hit recordings that are the basis of their success. The tall and somewhat lanky Karen, attired in a shimmering pink pantsuit, belted out a variety of the - pair's most popular hits, including "Close to You" and "Rainy Days and Mondays." Loping back and forth across Hospital, Boys' tome Are Due Estate Share The Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children here and Father Flanigan's Boys' Home in Boys' Town, Neb., will share about $40,000 from the estate of Stella Dobson who died last Nov. 29. Superior Court Judge John J. Lally has ru 1 e d that Mrs. Dobson's intent in a will drawn in November 1967 and a codicil to it added Jan. 8, 1973, was to divide the major , part of her estate between the two charitable institutions. Confusion arose, according to testimony during the nonjury trial, when attorney Frank , J. Blade inadvertently neglect. cd to add the words, "in my house," to the 1973 codicil. The phrase, Blade said, was PuhJic Must Learn Before the Governor's Committee for Employment of the Handicapped can accomplish its goal, the public must be educated to the special needs and potential of handicapped individuals. If the handicapped are accepted socially, then employment will come naturally." said Nicholas W. Rolling, assis tin t executive secretary for the committee. In Spokane this week as he began a month's communications campaign, Rollo the Rain Must Fall" rolling about in the minds of about 2,500 Spokanites for weeks to come. With an occasional diversion to country and western sound that seemed somewhat misplaced at a concert expected to be exclusively "There's a Meetin' Here Tonight" and "Hard Travelin' " sounds the Lime liters turned out two solid hours of good times for the Opera House audience Saturday night. Still Super And after 11 years of going their own ways, the trio was as unified as if they'd never missed a rehearsal. And honestwhen they answered questions from the audience and when they to have modified the description of personal property to be divided among various relatives. Family members contended that division should have included about $48,000 in bank accounts and income from contracts. Paul E. Funds, administrator of the estate, testified both Mrs. Dobson and her late husband had advised him frequently of their desire to leave tht bulk of their money to charitable institutions. Lally ruled it was unlikely Mrs. Dobson would specify relatively small sums such as $500 as bequests to her heirs and then cover such a large sum as $48,000 in general terms as the remainder of her estate. 6ddWtiftatt,olftdnain gle: The ingredients for a fanciful study of reflections created by Chronicle photographer Chris Brown. Gimmickuiv the stage in Liza alinnelli fashion, Karen charmed her audience with a voice whose resonance, range and control belie her 24-year age. Brother Not Outdone Overshadowed at' times by Karen's vocalizing and drumming, Richard had an opportunity to display his talent as both composer and pianist in a piano solo at the beginning of "Sometimes." Switching back and forth from organ to piano, Richard proved that his contribution to the success of the brotherand-sister team is no less than Karen's. "We think the oldies thing is 2 Concerts Are Slated by Singer Jim Bohi, well-known tenor gospel singer, will be presented in concert this week in two Spokane Nazarene churches. lie will sing at 7 tomorrow night at Spokane Valley Church of the Nazarene and at 7:30 Wednesday night at First Church of the Nazarene. Both concerts are open to the public without charge, but freewill offerings will be taken. Fence jumping at Expo got a little tougher over the weekend as posted guards apprehended several persons who were cited on city vagrancy charges. ing said the committee is concerned with the "total lifestyle" of the handicapped, including recreation and leisure, architectural barriers and public attitude toward handicapped individuals. "Traditionally handicapped people hays been stuffed into closets...ignored," !tolling said, "and community attitudinal barriers are a detriment to their struggle for acceptance in the community." "The handicapped are not looking for charity." Unfortunately "people in key positions Several Fence Jumpers Caught by Expo Guards 411111tep4 , sang the ballads that defined the era ev er3rone had come to remember. Every moment the Lime liters weren't singing, they were putting on the sounds of young discoveries worth hearing or the sounds of Gottleib's sophisticated earthy comedy. The concert had the same fault which marks all the performances of your old favorites: When you want them to stand there and sing every album you've played a million times, they dare to chiLk in new material. If it's new material that will keep the Lime liters interested enough for permaneLt reunion, then let it be. It was good to have them back. kind of nice," said Richard as the group moved into a medley of popular tunes from the 1960s to the present. The Carpenters' show didn't feature prominent Spokanites dressed as Egyptian warriors as in the recent production of "Aida," but the home crowd was represented. Fifteen members of the Spokane Summer Children's Choir helped the Carpenters 'through "Sing." The kids did well and the Spokane crowd showered the young vocalists with a congratulatory round of applause. Sharing the bill with the Carpenters last night were the comedy team of Skiles and Henderson, who provided a refreshing bit of humor sans stale political jokes. Toward the beginning of their act, the two comics breezed through a routine dunning latecomers, an act which must have had special significance for some Spokanites who have criticized the poor manners of those who arrive late and expect to be seated in the middle on a performance. Bill Skiles, a master of sound effects, gave a rousing rendition of Sousa's "Stars and Stripes Forever," using a hand pump as his only instrument, and Pete Henderson showed talent as both comic and musician in performances with Skiles and later with the Carpenters. Those arrested had tried to sneak onto the grounds at var. bus points on the site, but were caught by Andy Frain guards who've been told to be watchful for fence climbers. Needs, Potential of tzlandicapped Key don't think about the special needs and potentia.1 of the handicapped; thus they actually keep the handicapped out of the mainstream," he said. Fortunately architectural barriers have been considered at Expo '74, !tolling said, making the site truly accessible to the handicapped. Rolling is beginning his monthlong tour in Eastern Washington because, he said, the area "is light years ahead of the western part of the state in service to the handicapped." 4 5.porintic Mitt Tfifottiett Eltni MEIPtIS 2,2 Spokane Daily Chronicle, 3Ionday, July 15, 1974. Downtown Dotary Club Gives Cash to Groups More than $8,000 has been given to eight organizations and several individuals by the Downtown Rotary Club. Camp Cowles, at Diamond Lake, has received $2,500 for a new cottage, $1,500 for showers and $700 for water beaters. For a new dock at the YMCA Camp Reed on Fan Lake, $1,000 has been given. The Easter Seal Society received $630 to provide camping for handicapped children. Allocations of $500 each went to the Hutton Settlement for improvement of playground equipment, and to the Salvation Army for three alu Wynne Will Run for Re-Election County Assessor Kenneth E. Wynne said today he will file for re-election to the office he has held since 1970. He had been chief deputy assessor for seven years prior to his election. Wynne, a Democrat, has been in the assessor's office for 16 years. He is a past instructor of the annual state assessors' school. He said be credits a stable personnel level in recent years to implementation of data processing in 1964. Wynne said the 49 employes in the office now are about equal to the number in 1954. He said automation of remaining recordsincluding legal descriptions of all addresses and "virtually every scrap of information" about all county residenceswill be completed about January 1975 and "will enable us to give faster, more accurate information to the public." Born in North Dakota, Wynne attended schools there and in Spokane. He and his wife, Betty, live at S3708 Napa. A former treasurer and exalted ruler for the Elks Lodge here, Wynne at present is master of Oriental Masonic Lodge 74. Death Toll in Spokane 6 for Year Spokane traffic deaths totaled six durring the first half of this year, the same number for the same period last year, according to police chief Wayne A. Hendren. The number of persons injured in traffic accidents, however, increased to 997 for the first half of this year, the chief's report shows. Last year 944 persons were injured in traffic mishaps through June. Injury accidents increased from 678 last year to 693 for the same six months this year, and total traffic accidents rose from 3,594 to 4,091. Accidents in which pedestrians have been injured increased from 55 last year to 56 this year, but pedestrian deaths dropped from 4 to 3, the report said. Since the first of the year the police department has recorded 36 accidents involving bicycles. For the same period 36 bicyclists.have been injured in accidents, the report said. Girl Chosen SEATTLE (AP) A 16- year-old Bellevue girl, Jennifer Ann Jelleff, was named Miss Washington Teenager of 1974 Saturday night. First runnerup was Charmaine Mary Stotler, 16, Brewster. Second runnerup was Christina Solicky, 17, Bremerton, followed by De Irene Davis, 17, Mossy Jock. Fourth and fifth were Diane L. Reed, 16, West Mountlake Terrace, and Michele Rene Reeves, 15, Moses Lake. Executive Dies DELRAY BEAM Fla. (AP) Clayton Farris, 79, president of Trucktor Corp., a New Jersey-based firm, died Saturday. The company, founded by Farris in 1928, produced the third axle that made it possible for trucks to carry increased tonnage. minum rowboats for Camp Gifford on Deer Lake. Junior Achievement has received $350 and the Spokane Park and Recreation Department, $370. Another $745 has been granted for professional services to several handicapped children while s85 went to a delegate to Boys State. In addition to those grants, the Downtown Rotary Club has, with the five other city Rotary Clubs, donated $15,000 for playground equipment for the post-Expo riverfront park, Eugene B. Bronson, project coordinator, said today. Funds will purchase sturdy cedar equipment, similar to the type placed earlier this year at Manito Park. Kenneth E. Wynne Young Musicians Perform Daily Musicians in the Spokane School District 81 summer music program are performing three times daily this week in the Whitworth College Pavilion at Expo. Whitworth officials said about 170 young people play 30-minute concerts at 2:05, 3:05 and 7:05 though Friday, just prior to Whitworth Children's Theater productions of "The Amazing Mechanical Boy." CLASSIFIED RATES RATES 1 3C PER WORD 10 consecutive cloys for price of 7 7 consecutive days for price of 4 consecutive days for price of 3 Minimum charge 10 words Contract rates on application Rotes for Cords of Thanks quoted at office r CALL 838-4664 for Want Ad Service 7 A.M.-7 P.M. Mon. through Fri. 7 A .M.12 noon Sot. COUNTER SERVICE HOURS 8 A.M.5 P.M. DAILY Closed Saturdays Spokane Daily Chronicle Spokane, Wa. 99210 1-LEGAL NOTICES Cl mnrt chron Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the improvement of Post Street, In the City of Spokane, from Boone Avenue to Sharp Avenue, by till paving of the same, comcwising local Improve. mint District No. 6484, under Ord'. nonce NO. C22142, Is in my hands for collection, and any assessment thereon or portion thereof may be paid without penalty, interest or costs at any time before the 15th day of Augu St A.D. 1974, the due date of the assessments. H. J, BONCK, City Treasurer C4 NOTICE 10 CONTRACTORS Bid No, 4079 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS, City of Bellevue, Streets infersec tion Reconstruction & Widening, TOPICS I 7101001, Date of Bid Opening August 12, 1971 at 10:a,m. For the construction of Intersec tion Improvements, 164th Avenue NE, and Northup Way, it al, In Bellevue, Washington. Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the City of Bellevue, Washington by filing with the Purchasing Division at 655 120th Avenue N,E., until 10 o'clock a m. on August 1914, at whictl time such bids will be opened, publicly reed and tabulated for submission to the City Council, Invitation formi may be picked up et the E. ngirster irig Department, second floor. 655 170th Avenue N E., Bellevue, West ington, ENDS RECEIVED AFTER THE TIME FIXED FOR OPENING WILL NOT BE coNsirworo. All bid proposals shall be accoMDenied by bid proposal deposit In cash, certified check, cashier's check or surety bond In an amount equal to at least five per cent of the amount of such bid proposal, Checks shall to made payable to Index to Want Ads Classifications in numerical order. 1,77-T71FF-7---1.77;1 ;1.A Deo Ills I 2 f unem Is 1 3 Lost-20 Found-21 AnnOWICOMOIIK 25 E Money to Loon-35 Contracts, Mtgs. for Sole-70 Homesfor Sale-100 Valley Property --115 Suburban Property-130 Real EstateNot Spokane-132 Duplexes for Sale-133 Apt. Housesfor Sale-135 Farms for SaleRent-140 Dairy Farms-143 Acreage-150 Recreational Property-158 Business Opportunities-170 Business Properties-172 lake Homesfor Rent-201 RoomsBoard-210 Hotels 220 Molels-225 Unfurnished Apts.-230 Furnished Apts.-235 Unfurnished Houses for Rent-240 Furnished Housesfor Rent-242 HousesWonted to Rent-244 isiatheiAtm.J OfficeClerical-301 SkilledSemi-skilled 303 TechnicalProfession0 1-307 tobarersiDomestics 310 Salespeople 315 Agents-320 HelpInvest. Required 325 Employment Agencies-330 Teachers' Agencies-335 W;do-. : ' . Jobs Wanted-352 Work by Contract-355 Child Care-360 Tax AdviceBookkeeping 365 Mattresses, bedding-374 Beauty Shops-376 ItAXwM).3991 Schools and Colleges-380 Beauty Schools-382 ,k Musical Instruments-400 TV, Radio, Stereo-405 Housewives' Supplies-410 Building Materials-430 Fertilizer & Black Dirt-441 Coins, Stamps. Hobbies-4415 Miscellaneous for Sole-450 Antiques-455 Auctioneers-460 MachineryFarm-470 MachineryIndustrial-472 MachineryWonted-476 Pets-480 Horses-483 Livestock-485 Hay and Feed-486 Boats and Motors-490 Sporting Goods-492 Skis-Equipment-495 Snow Vehicles-498 , Mobile Homes, Trailers-500 Campers-506 Motorcyclesfor Sale-520 Auto, Truck Repair, Parts-530 Trucks for Sole-550 ImportSports Cars-580 Antique Cars-581 Automobilesfor Sale-590 1LEGAL NOT ICES Continued me City Treasurer. Should the successful bidder fail to enter into such contract and furnish satisfactory performance bond within the time stated In the SPecifications, the bid proposal deposit shall be forfeited to the City of Bellevue. The successful bidder will be re-Wired to adhere to the general requirements and covenants con. tamed in the -Standard Specifications for Road and Bridge Construc- tion" ' 1914 edition, Commission, Washington State Highway Commis-State of Washington. The work to be performed will Include clearing and grubbing, grading. excavation, backfill, construction of the drainage systems, asphalt paving with concrete curb end gutter, construction of sidewalks and relocation of open ditch. This work will constitute approximately SOO feet of all approaches to the intersections. Fifteen dollars (S15.00) will be required in ADVANCE as a DEPOSIT for each copy of the Plans and Specifications. This deposit will be returned to the planholder providing the Plans and Specifications are returned to the City no later than fifteen (IS) days from the date of award of the contracts. After that time, said deposit will be forfeited. The City of Bellevue reserves the right to reject any and ail bids and to waive irregularities and infer malities in bids. NO bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of sixty (60) days after the date set for the opening thereof. The City of Bellevue hereby non-ties all bidders that it will affirmatively Insure that in any contract entered Into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full poor. tunity to submit bids in response to this invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin in consideration for an award. THE CITY OF BELLEVUE, E. W. StAiard, Purchasing Manager. C2 Notice is hereby given that the assessment roll for the maintenance only of a street lighting system for the Central Business District, comprising Local Improvement District No. 6382, under Ordinance No. C21547, is In my hands for colleclion, and any assessment thereon or portion thereof may be paid without penalty, interest or costs at any time before the 15th day of auOust A.D. 1974, the due date of the assessments. H. J. BONCK, City Treasurer CS Itte 11 li hnt, 4 rodwmt 4.11,tste MI Citizen Smith n 10FLORISTS SHOW her you love her. Best quelity roses, $9.00 delivered, ell toniriere with any florist. S.14-i29i eve, COLCWELL'S IA-7-551 I KRAUSE'S KE 5-2088 12DEATHS BURR, Clay C.Passed away on July 13, 1974, in Spokane. His horne, W530 Alice. Father of Mrs. Maurice 0101, Seattle; two grandchildren. Memorial services, Tuesday, July 16, 1974, at 2 p.m., in the GOTHIC CHAPEL, HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, 1306 MONROE St., Dr. Raymond W. Moody officiting. Cremation services will be held In the Haien & Jaeger Cremeforlum. HURST, Elmer W. Passed away on July 14, IY74 in a local hospital. two step-sons, Theodore P. Davis, Spokane; Francis A. Davis, Tor-tom Calif; 1 sister, Mrs. Harriette Hoag, Spokane; 1 brother, Dallas Hurst, Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews. Member of the cornmunity for 30 years, Local NO. 235 of the Meatcutter's Union. St. Pa-tricks Catholic Church. Funeral arrangements are In the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. MANN, Alma P. Passed away on July 113, 1974 In Ashland, Ore. For. flier resident of Spokane. Survived by 1 daughter, Mrs. Priscilla Cont. son, Jacksonville, Orci I grandchildern. Her last services will be un der the direction of the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE AVE. MAUPIN, Edna MaryPassed away Only July 13, 1974, in Edmonds, Wash. Her home. 19326 Nineteenth Ave Bothell, Wash. Survived by 1 son, James W. Misupin, Bothell; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Lebanon, Ore; Mrs. James A. (EllanchEL Palmer, Sumner, Wash.: 3 grandchildren; 1 greatgrandchild; numerout nieces, nephews and cousins. Member of the Grenacres Christian Church. Th. THORNHILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, S1400 PINES ROAD, in charge. PRESLEY., J. Clarence Passed awes on July 13, 1974 In a local hospital. His home, 325 Cedar St., Wallace, Idaho. Survived by his wife, Gladys F. Presley, at the home; I daughter, Mrs. James Ryser, Spokane; 5 grandchildren; 1 sister, Mrs. Frank C. Boutin, SP0- kane. He was secretary of Board of Directors of Sterling Mine and Silver; Veteran of WWI: Charter member of Knights of Columbus No. 683; Charter member of Elk's Club No. 331, Wallace, Idaho; member of Wallace Ellvs Glee Club and Drum and Bugle Corp; St. Alphonsus Church, Wallace, Idaho. Memorials May be given to the St. AlPhonsus Catholic Church, Wallace, Idaho, Funeral arrangements are In the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. SWANSON, Arthur E. Passed away on July 14, 1974 In a local hospital. His home W204 33rd. Sur. vived by his wife, Agnes Swanson, at the home; THE THORNHILL GERAGHTY AND LANGBEHN FUNERAL HOME, N1321 MONROE ST., is intrusted with his last rites. VOGNIL, tura 011iePassed away on July 14, 1974, in the Veterans' Hospital. Survived by 1 aunt, Mrs. Wilda Tomseph. Veteran of WW II. The THORNHILL-GERAGHTY & LANGBEHN FUNERAL HOME, N1322 MONROE ST., Is Intrusted with his last rites. 13FUNERALS CHRISTENSEN, Harry Edwin His home, Rt. 1, Box 30, Humptulins, Wis.; formerly of Deer Park, Wa. Survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Christensen Humptulis, We.) 1 sister, Darlene Laird, Spokane; 6 brothers, William D., Elroy, and Robert Christensen, all of Loon Lake, We.: Lester G. Chris. tensen, Tacoma, Wis.; Ray Christen. sen, Ne liton, We.: Melvin Christensen, Mitchell, Nebraska: numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral services Tuesday July 16, 1974 at 1:30 PM. at the CHAPEL of FLOWERS, RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME, N4105 DIVISION ST. The Rev. Paul Robertson officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park. DREIFUS, Betty S. Her home, W604.6th Ave. Survived by a son, Sylvan Drelfus, 5;5kme; 2 grand. children; 1 sister, Mrs. Bertha Dannhelser, Los Angeles, Calif.: 4 brothers, Louis Strauss, Colville, We.: Lee Strauss, Seattle, We.; Dr. S. F. Strauss, Chicano, Ill.; Dr. Herman Strauss, Chicago, She was a member of the Temple Beth Shalom, also a lifetime mem. ber of the P.E.O., Colfax, W8.1 arid the Anthaneum Club, Co:fax, We. Funeral services will be held Tuesday, July 16, 1974 at 11 a.m. at the SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE, Rabbi Eugene Gotten. man officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park. GRAHAM, Roy Alfred His home, Salt Karen. Survived by 2 sons, Richard J. Graham, Spokane; Charles A. Graham, Boston, Mass.: 1 daughter, Mrs. Jack L. (Margaret) Johnson, Conconultv, We.; 1 brother, James W. Graham, SIMkeno; 2 sisters, Mrs. Taxelius, Chelan, We.; Mrs. Mary Gunn, Spokane; 11 grandchildren; 3 great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. He was a resident of Spokane for 50 years. Memorial services will be held st 10 a.m. on Tuesday, July 16, 1974 at the CHAPEL of the VALLEY, THORN-HILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, S1400 PINES RD. Cremation preceded. James W. Fox of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints officiating. GUNN, Witheimina (Minnie) Passed away on July 13, 1974 in Spokane. Her home N2528 Wall. Sister of Mrs. A. R. (Anne) Almouist, Aberdeen, We.; Mrs. W. C. (Mary) Wiscombel; Mrs. L., H. (Lily) Criiier, Mrs. Charles (Lena) Schmidt, Mrs. A. W. (Elsie) McKinney, all of Spokane; Olga Bliss, Harrington, Wa.; Mrs. H. H. (Henryette) Wei. pert, Mrs. John (Eugenia) Marlatt, both of Spokane; Paul A. Beck, Harrington, Wa.; numerous nieces and nephews. Member of the Methodist Church and life time resident of the Spokane area. Private services, Wednesday, July 17, 1974, 12 noon In the GOTHIC CHAPL, HAZEN & JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. Burial Fairmount Memorial Park. The family Suggests that memorial contributions may be given to any favorite charity. HURST, Elmer W. Passed away on July 14, 1974 In a local hospital. His home E1725 Crown. Survived by 2 step-sons, Theodore P. Davis, Spokane; Francis A. Davis, Torrence, Calif; I sister, Mrs. Harriette Hoag, Spokane; 1 brother, Dallas Hurst, Spokane, numerous nieces and nephews. Member of the commonItY tor 30 years. Local No. 235 of the Meatcutters' Nnion, St. Patrick's Parish, Rosary, Tuesday, July 16, 1974, at 7:303 p.m. In the IRIS CHAPEL, HENNESSEY HOME, N2203 DIVISiON ST. HOME, N2103 DIVISION ST. Funeral services, Wednesday, July 17, 1974, at 8:15 a.m. at St. Pat. and Queen. The Rev. Arnold Schoftelmeer officiating. Interment Greenwood Memroial Park. SCHLUND, Sturman Theodore Passed away July 12, 1Y14 at his home, E14710 Wellesley. A former resioent of the Mater Clerl Semi. nary, Colbert, We. Father of Mrs. Barbara Labertew, Spokane; Ted Schlund, Spokane Valley. Steptatner of Mrs. Carroll (Betty) Robinson, Spokane Valley; Kenneth Hanoke, Cleveland, Ohio; grandfather of lerrl, Loris, and Dwayne Labertow; Denise, Steve and Christine Robinson, all of Spokane; brother of Pete Schiund, Cleveland, Ohio; numerous nieces and nephews. Rosary services will be held Monday, July 15, 1974 at S P.M. at the We. Mass will be held Tuesdav, July 16, 1974 at 10 a.m. at the Mater Clerl Seminary, Colbert, Rev, William Skystad officiating. The HAZEN A JAEGER VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, N1306 PINES Burial Holy Cross Cemetery. The RD.. OPPORTUNITY, in charoo. family suggests that memorial gills may be given to the Mater Cleri Seminary,..Colbert, We,, for the Circle Bar J Boys Ranch. 3 17 - -attl.-51-.0474 ,--i- ...,...,,116114104,1 . "That's a carpool. They never have agreed on the best route to Owe' .; I , , , ,, 0 li ..... . , , . ' " '' ' 10-FLORISTS , , ". : . " ' ''. - --lin-T-I''- ''';':'' ':''' ' , Index to Want Ads SHOW her you love her. Best twenty 1' 4165w 'I? -. , .'t 5.'porint1 c Tinillt Thfottiele Classifications in numerical order. rases, $9.00 delivered, ell occasiont. tamper with any florist. .5.15-29 ' '''''41r ' 1..,. ' kk,4;4'. -.. 0. . , - ,.',,,. s' ' - '' ' -...' , rr-,-Cfrr;" 17717.71144.dia i .. ,c0LCWELL'S IA 75511 - i;tt. ipi - -, ..,,iatit ' . ' g.1..11 KRAUSE'S ----KE-5-2088 - . -,1 -- - ---- EICP el MEW 5 ., , , ,. ,... ,, , Deaths-12 t -k 12-DEATHS , , t , ..- . , - funerals-13 . , 1 tost-20 BURR, Clay C.-Passed awav on , , 1 -...- July 13, 1974, In Spokane, His borne, . . Found-21 W530 Alice. Father of Mrs. Maurice ., sk. ri :IN. 4 2,2 Spokane Ilially Chronicle, 31ondity, July 15, 1974. AnnOWICOMOIIK -25 Olsin, Seattle; two grandchildren. , ..,..w,,17.02,-A,sitssesk:S.44a.,tii,,,,,,,,,,s;,,,,esees " ' ' - ' ' Memorial services, TVelditY, JUIV '' .,...,,,,miObe.T,,.,,, 4. ; IC 1974, at 2 p.m., In the GOTHIC , ,,, ' CHAPEL, HAZEN It JAEGER FU- ' .4.? -,-,-",r ''', . - ,skakkv,,,,,,t6,..,,-,1,. k ,,,,,,,,v .,., t NERAL HOME, 1306 MONROE '''A'''' -,-,,,-'''''''''''' 4.lakk, ,--,.'.1:-' ; , Money to Loon-3 SI., Or, Raymond W. Moody olfici- ' '411'I''' ',',.,t6R.,.,9,k,.-.;: sting. Cremation services will be - - -kista.wii";;;;, '' - - ' k ' . Contracts, Mtge. for Sale-, 70 heid in the Haien & Jaeger Cremes s elt' ,t, - '''', Downtottra t2otary Club torium. ee. ,,eressaTM,:,aasrg s Atsel",,l',4;, ....,;,....,i',., ". ''' f',, ' ' ' - 'SI HURST, Eimer W. - Passed away wrsek .kekg-A 4,- - gt- ' - ,..., ,, :5,''j; 4. ''' ., , , ,. , . on Jiji$, 14, ly14 in a local hospital. : , 4z11. ' k two steo-sons, Theodore P. Oavis, ik HOrnel-for Sale-100 Spokane; Francis A. Davis, Tor. , ,,,e,,s, st-1' Gives Cash to Groups tore, Calif; 1 sister, Mrs. Harriette Valley Property --11.5 . Suburban Property-130 Hoag ,, . ,..,s,'S Q"" usi Spokane; 1 brother, Dallas , Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews. Member of the corn- , More than $8,000 has been minum mwboats for Camp Real Estate-Not Spokane-132 Hmurnity for 30 years; Local No. 235 - ' ' , Duplexes for Sale-133 of the Meatcutter's Union. St. Pa- Gifford on Deer Lake. tricks Catholic Church. Funeral sr- Junior Achievement has re- Apt. Houses-for Sale-135 4 " . . ,..., . .., . .-' , given to eight organizations rangements are In the care of the ,,..,, . ,... . , d l idiid ua s y l b the Farms for Sale-Rent-140 HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, .k ' ' '' an severa nv .., " ceived $350 and the Spokane t h t d $700 f N2203 DIVISION ST. ,.. P d awa Dairy Farms-143 4-, Downtown Rotary Club. Park and Recreation Depart- MANN, Alma P. - assey on , . . Acreage-150 Recreational Property- Survived 158 July 10, 1914 In Ashland, Ore. For.. 4-- Camp Cowles, at Diamond ment, $370. , , . , . , . .-,' mar resideot of Spokane. , . . . by 1 daughter, Mrs Priscilla Coill- ,, , , , k.. ,: . , : . .,'''. Business Opportunities-170 son, Jacksonville, Ore.; 4 grandchil- " '' , t i, Business Properties-172 dern. Her last services will be un- .:. , ,. . ., . ,.. , Lake, has received $2,500 for Another $745 has been grant- a new cottage, $1,500 for show- der the direction of the SMITH FU- .... .. , . , ,,,- ,k ed for professional services to several handicapped children NERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE ;:',,,'! ::':.', .,:j:: .':',:. il.s.:.:k':',:::..,:',.'::,:,:::',' ':,:,- '-., , t.,,r, '.,, ::, ::,, -.......-'14;',-;..2:::,H ,-.: C.,.-..-.1 :: .:, :;..,-: ,, :..:: , : ers and water ea- litIOSAIdeat AVE. while S85 went to a delegate to . . ...-... 0.. - , .. . 11. x MAUPIN, Edna Mary-Passed away ers. Boys State. only July 13, 1974, in Edmonds, 44', '7',' -- ; ; ,'S ,' ':, :A , '; take Homes-for Rent-201 Wash. Her home, 19326 Nineteenth For a new dock at the In addition to those grants, Rooms-4oard-210 Ave., Bothell, Wash. Survived by 1 . , ' . :: ': ." ,4 :', ''' :' S :3.', ::, :.... '.24..,?! : :, ' -': '-'' ''.. ' 110 1' ,:' ?':',1:N!'.:,..,., 'f -,. ' i, ':' 1: :..,:. : , , , . ' , .. .: . : YMCA Camp Reed on Fan the Downtown . Rotary Club Hotels- 220 son, James W. Melvin, Bothell; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Smith, Lebanon, :. ::: :.; -:.',. ;'.;.,..', :-:-,X;-:;s:',-:,;..,--; ;,-.::,...3.-,k, ,-,,,, (-, Ieff , k'''r'.,,:ri.''g''.E'-',',..-; ''. ,.-i-i--","-- ..;-,,.-''.;;-61k;-.-,,,: ,;: ';::, -.::'' ....;'::'-!. :'''':: '' ' ': : ' . ' . ' ' : has, with the five other city Motels-225 Ore.; Mrs. James A. (Blanche", i Lake, $1,000 has been given. Palmer, Sumner, Wash., 3 grand- Rotary Clubs, donated $15,000 Unfurnished Apts.-230 children; 1 rvived b Furnish d l d Apts.-235 ous nes great-grandchild; ' flume', The Easter Seal Society re for or paygroun equipment for eiec, nephews and cousins. ' '''.1.1 ''''''''''''''''''':''"'''''". '::-'''''''''' ' ''.- ''' ' ' ' -' ' - --'" '4;.:4!--k ek.'-, s..4,,,ss - ,: '. . .. Unfurnished Houses for Rent-240 member of the Grenacres Christian oir ceived r handicapped children $630 to provide camp- the post-Expo riverfront park, Church. The THORNHILL VALLEY ').:'.;.. 4.':0,'2n'':.i: ':'' :: ''. $3:';i4WI'r..' '''' . :. ' '''-..K" '. 4, sel.,':?' ,i::;'.4$,::.''' .; '''" :0 '::::W1::'.. 4 'I'' ''' C': ' ::,1.1. "'. ' .:: : : :: . ' Furnished Houses-for R e nt -242 FUNERAL HOME, S1400 PINES ing fo. Eugene B. Bronson, project ROAD, in charge. Houses-Wanted to Rent-244 , ",71" s, i-..:',',::,.i.4;'.:. -,,,:t 1.47:,,,, :',:::i.::. : ''' , . :,:::,:f:4::-,e :,';':, : .-v 1..,:,. ,,,,,: ,C:::',:P,'Ti,, .:'. :, k ....4,- ,.,:.,:ii, ..--,,, ,: ., : ' '. . ' ' :: , ' '.:. ,, ', ;:.','''' .,.,:5.t,,:,6;".,.' ,' ' ..-' ,,' .1.:5:"''...:' ;:'. ?4'1.0:1:., ..,.::.., '''.'' ',.-''''' --:-'', .,, "'-:' '. .. ' ' ' , Allocations of $500 each coordinator Clarence - Passed , said today. PRESLEY, J. ,-.,,,,t1 :f,,,,- ,,,, ,-, ,-,- ', .2-,-:k4-st,: : - ; ',',-4 si.:'..., ..,k.,kkk;:;,:,k--.. , , :: : ss 4. ' '"' ,7999tgr.,"-IW- : -- 91 ' : lo'l ' lyment4640044. awall on July 13, 1974 in a local hospital. His home, 325 Cedar St , - .:, , .: .l.i:::(1;.?4: '-,' S' 4k,:.4.;'''''' .: 2 ,'; : '''.:!:40,0!.!'.',.'''' ''L' Ll.',:'' .t4 1.?":tf ::':' '. '.''',.;'-',::' .,.'' : : ..', ' ?1' .'..:.:::.''''7' ' .- .' : went to the Hutton Settlement Funds will purchase sturdy : '..:: . : - Wallace, Idaho S . uy hrs , ::: :':::::;.':::1::::: i;',....,: ,,O , ;',....;:,:,-.' '; ,.'-:,,-;,,,i'"'.:'.74,:l.,-,-',ik'r,:',''' ','''.,,.'..,'-',:':-'',-,,,.',', 'Y':'''''::!:1-41: .-,:,.,,,,,,.,,, -,, , ,,,,'.:::'::::4::,: i,,,:',..,:' : :' for improvement of play- cedar equipment, similar to ' - . wife, Gladys F. Presley, at the ' ' s...::-.. :; :.:: :,.. k.- ,-'",t. ....AL., '.-- ... ,.& .,,-,!-,-1;-:,,4,-;.,k;",...z....,-,3,; ". -e44.,:., . '1191",,tejSs',".1., --:,.,..--...,. ,-',..;::;-,,--,,,!,,,.,4,7'-r,t.',,,,k. , ,,,,,. 2 ,,,,..,k'..A,:, . J.,:,.3...::- . : :. ground equipment, and to the the type placed earlier this OfficeClerical-301 SkilledSemi-skilled-303 borne; i daughter, Mrs. James RY ser, Spokane; 5 grandchildreni 1 , : :ig :',::',,',:,.',., ::,?"!!',: , i,::::-: :!:77rk"!:.,,:13e.g.,,,'" sik-",.:'"',--. s-''s ..,-,, ' '''''' --' -.,-,, , '---, ,:, -': l'.,'-',-7 ' ' .:' , '' ; ::: :.Z ' ,.. : .,., :.:. ' : :: Salvation Army for three alu- year at Manito Park. sister, Mrs. Frank C. Boutin, SPo TechnicalProfessional-307 kane. He was secretary of Board of - ; 47::: l:, : ..s,'-: ',, ,,,L',. ,- ; '' , :S s,: ':s,)' -,'.',:'', ::: .. ..4 1 , , .: , .:.,,,.:-:'.;::,:::. , ,: ,' t ''''k:, - ", Directors of Sterling Mine and Sit- ',-.; :..,,:-. 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More groups such have resorted osity as a cat, But it we that catapult and-sister tea Richard Carp of the music i Nor was it ; - relied on I through a pai, , engagements The Carp 110513 Are I The Shrine Crippled Chi r Father Flanig in Boys' To ' share about estate of Ste died last Nov. Superior Cc J. Lally ha Mrs. Dobson': drawn in No a codicil to 1973, was to , part of her es two charitable Confusion to testimony ( ry trial, wher, , J. Blade inadl ed to add the house," to t The phrase, v Pubic Nei ' Before the Employment tomplish its g mated to the of handicappe 'If the han daily, then el rally." said I hnt executive ' tee. In Spokane month's comn - 0611.0.avb,i0.0aftliAdabl.,. bilk,A.0.Laaa,d,..a.kA..ftqj I ft 17 , ual - emomoommem. n, .74F,F.sAT. ,--4.::4,..,!,x,47; ,stiWrilirt.ig . ... e,----------1 1 0 ,,, ,, ,,, ,, ' ,,,,,,,, 44.. 1 Inimmone t:51 p y:IiiiCr i,,is 1 op ..' 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