The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington (2024)

1 LEGAL NOTICES Continued heard as to those objections if they bring a lawsuit to restrain the sale pursuant to RCW 61.24.130. Failure to bring such a lawsuit may result in a waiver of any proper grounds for invalidating the trustee's sale. DATED: September 10, 1979 ANTHONY E. GRABICKI, Trustee 12929 East Sprague Spokane, Washington 99216 926-2345 SR20 SEALED BIDS are invited to furnish approximately 5000 pounds of liquid chlorine in 100 and 150 pound cylinders for the City of Grand Coulee during the calender year 1980. Bid price shall be FOB Grand Coulee, Wa.

with empty cylinders to be returned freight collect by reverse routing. Bids may be mailed to the City of Grand Coulee, P.O. Box 180, Grand Coulee, Wa. 99133 or hand delivered by 4:00 P.M. on December 18th, 1979, to the City Clerk's Office, at which time they will be opened and read.

The City of Grand Coulee reserves the right to reject any and all bids if deemed to be in the best interest of the City of Grand Coulee. SR37 EASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY is accepting Sealed Bids for the following project: STUDIO 49 Orff Instruments. BID NO: 60 Date of Opening: December 4, 1979 TIME: Copies of Bid Instructions and Specifications may be obtained only at the Eastern Washington University Purchasing Office, Room 307 Showalter Hall, Cheney, WA 99004. EWU reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. BY Pat Klicker, Buyer SR53 SEALED BIDS are invited to furnish approximately 15,000 gallons of regular gasoline, 2,500 galions of diesel fuel, in bulk lots for the City of Grand Coulee for the calender year 1980.

Bids may be mailed to the City of Grand Coulee, P.O. Box 180, Grand Coulee, Wa. 99133 or hand delivered by 4:00 P.M. on December 18th, 1979 to the City Clerk's Office at which time they will be opened and read. The City of Grand Coulee reserves the right to reject any or all bids it deemed to be in the best interest of the City.

SR38 10 FLORISTS All-Occasion Flowers! Lowest prices. The Mill Garden: Flour Mill. 325-2083. ANGELO'S for beautiful flowers. 535-2431 12 DEATHS BORDEN, Howard A.

Passed away Dec. 2, 1979 in a local hospital. Survived by his wife, Binh T. Spokane; two sons, James A. Borden, Spokane; Michael C.

Borden, Moscow, ID; two brothers, Robert Borden, Augora, CA; Othnell C. Borden, Tustin, CA. Retired Air Force. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to the SMITH FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, W1124 RIVERSIDE. HUPPERTEN, Peter Gerald Sr.

Passed away Dec. 2, 1979 in Oakedale, CA. His home Oakedale, CA. former 68 year member of Spokane Community. Survived by one daughter, Mrs.

Virgil (Beverly) Graff, Oakedale, CA; one son, Peter G. Hupperten Anchorage, AL; four grandchildren, six great Elks Lodge A No. life 228, member former swimming instructor for Lewis Clark High School. Funeral arrangements are in the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. LINDER, Anna Ingeborg Entered Into rest Dec.

4, 1979 in a local hospital. Her home Spokane. Survived by her husband, Nils Linder, at the home; two daughters, Mary Jane Faris, Coltax, WA; Sonja Harder, Spokane; one sister, Jenny Turnquist, Spokane; six grandsons, one greatgrandson, nieces and nephews. member of the Lutheran Church, the Vasa Lodge. Family suggests rial contributions may be made to the American Diabetes or the No.

8 South Rehabilitation Unit, Sacred Heart Medical Center Unit. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME, N4305 DIVISION ST. LOBDELL, Leslie I. Passed away Dec. 1979 in Spokane.

His home S4315 Cheatham Rd. A member of the community for 39 years. Survived by his wife, Emma Lobdell, at the home; four sons, Walter Lobdell, Seattle, WA; Alan Lobdell, Donald Lobdell, Michael Lobdell, all of Spokane; four grandchildren, three brothers, Stanley, Charles, and Rodney Lobdell, all of Spokane; three sisters, Alice Thamas, Myrtle Hadle, both of Rialto, CA; Dorothy Moran, Loon Lake, Wa. Funeral arrangements are In the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. 13 FUNERALS BORDEN, Howard Passed away Dec.

2, 1979 In a local hospital. Survived by his wife, Binh T. Borden, Spokane; two sons, James A. Borden, Spokane; Michael C. Borden, Moscow, ID; two brothers, Robert Borden, Augora, CA; Othneil C.

Borden, Tustin, CA. Retired Air Force. Funeral services Friday, Dec. 7, 1979 at 10:00 a.m. at the SMITH FUNERAL HOME CHAPEL, W1124 RIVERSIDE.

Rev. Eugene F. Kester officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Terrace. CLARK, Debora Lynn Passed away Dec.

1, 1979 at Whidbey Island, WA. Her home Spokane. Survived by her parents, Keith Pat Clark, at the home; two brothers, Marshall K. Clark, D. Clark, both at the home; grandparents, Mr.

Mrs. Kenneth Parks, Fairfield, WA; Mr. Mrs. Donald Clark, Monticello, 10. A member of the Northview Bible Church, Fellowship of Christian Women Athletes.

A student at Spokane Community College. Funeral services Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1979 at 2:00 p.m. at the Northview Bible Church. Pastor Glenn L.

Johnson officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to Debra Lynn Clark Memorial Fund, Northview Bible Church, N13521 Mill Spokane, WA 99208. BALL DODD THORNHILL LANGBEHN FUNERAL DIRECTORS, S421 DIVISION ST. In charge.

DWINELL, Alice M. Passed away Dec. 1, 1979 in Spokane. Her home Spokane. Preceded in death by her husband, Rolf L.

Dwinell, 1973. Mother of Gloria Vikingson, Glenview, IL; Maxine Wade, Camarillo, CA; four grandchildren, three greatgrandchildren, sister of Cora Oakes, Nellie Kosney, Bothell, WA; Gertrude Bolton, Portland, OR; Bertha Anderson, Dorothy Gerlach, both of Spokane; Harvey Harris, Lincoin City, OR; Charles Harris, Eugene, OR; numerous nieces and nephews. A resident of Spokane for 36 years. Funeral services Thursday, Dec. 6, 1979 at 2:00 p.m.

in the GOTHIC CHAPEL, HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, 1306 MONROE ST. Rev. Rolf H. Hansen officiating. Cremation services Hazen Jaeger Crematorium.

GUTHRIE, Kathleen Fay Passed away December 1, 1979 at her home E11606 Broadway, Spokane, WA. Survived by her husband, Jimmie Dale Guthrie, at the home; six daughters, Debbie, Susan, Laura, Patty, Lisa and Trisa Ward, all of Burley, Idaho; two sons, Glen and Daniel Ward, both of Burley, Idaho; Her mother and father, Mr. and Mrs Charles Bristol, Lewistown, MT; two brothers, Charles Morse Bristol, Lewistown, Daniel Ray Bristol, Lewistown; three sisters, Mrs. Wallace (Jerry Ann) Ayers, Denton, MT, Mrs. Gordon (Margie Louise) Buckentin, Lewistown, Mrs.

James (DeEtta) Luding, Butte, MT; four step sons, Gerald Guthrie, Fairchild Air Force Base, Spokane, Jimmie Dale Guthrie, McCord Air Force Base, Tacoma, Leland Wayne Guthrie, Clarkston, WA, Daniel Robert Guthrie, Clarkston; six stepdaughters, Ruby Violet Guthrie, Tacoma, Leona Maxine Leavitt, Clarkston, Lulu June White, Lewistown, Annette Marie Guthrie, Betty JoAnn Guthrie, Clarkston, Helen Patricia Guthrie, Spokane; nine step grandchildren. Funeral services will be Wednesday, December 5, 1979 at 10a.m. the CHAPEL OF THE VALLEY, THORNHILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, $1400 PINES RD. Rev. Kirby Bertholf officiating.

Interment Beaver Creek Cemetery, Lewistown, MT. JOHNSON, Esther H. Passed away Dec. 3, 1979 in Spokane. Her home Spokane.

Sister of Norman L. Warner, Spokane; aunt of Karen Warner, Spokane; Paul Warner, Seattie, WA; Miles Fuson, Tacoma, WA; sister-in-law of Elver P. Fuson, Tacoma, WA. A lifetime resident of the area. A member of Pacific Northwest Bell Pioneers.

Funeral services Friday Dec. 1979 at 1:00 p.m. at the ALWIN CHAPEL, HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. Rev. Conrad Greenquist officiatIng.

Burial services Riverside Memorial Park. Family suggests memorials may be given to the American Cancer Society, Spokane County Unit, W1717 NW Spokane, WA 99205. JONES, Tracy Passed away Dec. 2, 1979 In Spokane. His home Spokane.

Husband of Gretchen R. Jones, at the home; brother of Mrs. E.E. (Maple) McElvain, Mrs. Jess (Opal) Martin, Mrs.

Herschel (Ethel) Lapp, Lee Jones, all of Spokane; Emmett Jones, Eugene, OR; numerous nieces and nephews. lite member of Spokane Lodge No. 220 B.P.O.E., past member of the Manito Lions Club, past president of the Spokane Valley Exchange Club, American Legion Post No. Nine, BOF, United Commercial Travelers, the Peddlers Club, Inland Empire Fly Fishing Club, and a resident of Spokane 50 years. Veteran of wwl.

Private cremation services were held at the Hazen Jaeger Crematorium, HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE S'T. Family suggests memorial gifts may be given to the Manito Lions Club, or the Spokane Valley Exchange Club. LARSEN, O. William Passed away November 30, 1979 in a local hospital. His home 1834 6th Avenue.

Survived by his wife, Velva Larsen, at the one daughter, Mrs. Barbara E. Mellen, Spokane Valley; three grandchildren, Mrs. Jeff (Maria) Rehn, Rick W. Mellen, Mrs.

Melvin (Renee) Mcinerney, all of Spokane, WA; two great granddaughfers; one great grandson; Mrs. Ann Hanson, St. Paul, MN. A member of the community 60 years. A life member of the Elks and the Trail Blazers.

Funeral services Wednesday, December Spokane, FUNERALS 13 Continued 5, 1979 af at the IRIS CHAP. EL, HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. Rev. Tom Ledbetter officiating. Concluding vices Greenwood Memorial Park.

LEDBETTER, Wallace Passed away Dec. 1, 1979 in Spokane. A resident of Tekoa, for 33 years. Survived by his wife, Florence Ledbetter, at the home; one son, Harold Robert Ledbetter, LaCrosse, WA; one daughter, Geraldine Louise Wood, Spokane; six grandchildren, 11 greatgrandchildren. Graveside services Wednesday, Dec.

5, 1979 at 2:00 p.m. at the 1.0.0.F. Evergreen Cemefery, Rosalia, WA. Family suggests memorial gifts may be made to the Tekoa Ambulance Fund, Tekoa, WA. THORNHILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, $1400 PINES RD.

in charge. LEWIS, Richard Thomas Passed away Dec. 3, 1979 in Spokane. His home Spokane. Husband of Mary L.

Lewis, at the home; father of Mrs. Michael (Kathleen) Stannard, Spokane; grandfather of Lynn J. Stannard, Leslie A. Stannerd, Jennifer M. Stannard, Beth J.

Stannard, Matthew B. Stannard, Gerard M. Stannard, ail of Spokane; brother of Margaret Welsh, Spokane. A Veteran of WW. Memorial funeral mass Wednesday, Dec.

5, 1979 at 11:00 a.m. at the St. Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, E330 Boone Ave. Rev. Michael G.

Merriman S.J. Celebrant. Cremation services Hazen Jaeger Crematorium, HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. Family suggests memorials may be given to the St. Vincent De Paul Society, St.

Aloysius Roman Catholic Church, E330 Boone Spokane, WA 99202. LLOYD, Lester Lawrence Passed away Dec. 3, 1979 in Spokane. His home Spokane. A resident of the Otis Orchards area for 41 years.

Survived by his wife, Marie M. Lloyd, at the home; three sons, Gene Lloyd, Spokane; Jimmie Lloyd, Otis Orchards, WA; Ted Lloyd, Coeur d'Alene, ID; six grandsons, two great-grandchildren. Graveside services Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1979 at 3:00 p.m. at the Pines Cemetery.

Rev. Charles DePiere officiating. Family suggests memorial gifts may be made to The Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children, N820 Summit Spokane, WA 99201. THORNHILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, S1400 PINES RD. in charge.

LOBDELL, Leslie I. Passed away Dec. 1979 in Spokane. His home S4315 Cheatham Rd. A member of the community for 39 years.

Survived by his wife, Emma Lobdell, at the home; four sons, Walter Lobdell, Seattle, WA; Alan Lobdell, Donald Lobdell, Michael Lobdell, all of Spokane; four grandchildren, three brothers, Stanley, Charles, and Rodney Lobdell, all of Spokane; three sisters, Alice Thamas, Myrtle Hadle, both of Rialto, CA; Dorothy Moran, Loon Lake, WA. Funeral services Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1979 at 2:30 p.m. at the Riverside Memorial Park. Rev.

Ed Underhill officiating. Interment Riverside Memorial Park. HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. in charge. MORROW, Laura H.

Passed away Dec. 4, 1979 in Spokane. Her home Spokane. Survived by one niece, Ruth Voshall, Lauderdale By the Sea, FL. Private family cremation services have been held.

SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE in charge. MURPHY, Hannah A. Passed away Nov. 30, 1979 in Las Vegas, NV. Her home Las Vegas, NV.

Survived by one son, Lawrence Murphy, Las Vegas, NV; one daughter, Madeline Lesky, Las Vegas, NV; four grandchildren, Dennis R. Murphy, Spokane; Rob Murphy, NY; Mark Las Vegas, NV; Mary Rose Lesky, Las Vegas, NV. A former member of St. Patrick Catholic Church Altar Society. Rosary Tuesday, Dec.

4, 1979 at 7:30 p.m. at IRIS CHAPEL, HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. Funeral services Wednesday, Dec, 5, 1979 at 10:00 a.m. at St. Patrick Catholic Church, N5021 Nelson.

Rev. John F. Hurley S.J. officlating. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery.

PFEFFER, Anton, W. Passed away December 1, 1979 at a local hospital. His home Spokane. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Margie ham, Spokane; one son, Woody W.

Pfeffer, Spokane; eight grandchildren; 14 great grandchildren; one brother, Jack pleffer, Hunnington Beach, CA; one sister, Mrs. Ruth Campbell, Edmonds, WA. He was a 75 year resident of Spokane. Funeral services Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1979 at 11:00 a.m.

at the IRIS CHAPEL, HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. Rev. Herbert Anderson officiating. Interment Holy Cross Cemetery. PITTMANN, Vena Ann (age 72) Passed away Dec.

3, 1979 in Fairfield, WA. A resident of Oakesdale, WA. Surviving are two sons daughtersin-law, Steve and Janice Pitfmann, Latah, WA; Charles and Julie Pittmann, Rosalia, WA; one daughter, Carol Pittmann, Spokane; two brothers, Clarence Henning, Everett, WA; Oren Henning, Spokane; one grandson, Justin Pittmann, Latah, WA. A member of the Library Club of AmerIca, the Birdwatchers Society. Funeral services Thursday, Dec.

6, 1979 at 1:30 p.m. at the Community Presbyterian Church, Oakesdale, WA. Rev. Charles Klaudt officiating. Burial to follow In the Oakesdale Cemetery.

BRUNING FUNERAL HOME, FAX, WA in charge. WALTERS, George W. Passed away Dec. 3, 1979 in Spokane. His home Spokane.

Survived by his wife, Mildred Waiters, at the home; one son, George W. Walters Lower Lake, CA; one daughter, Mrs. Robert (Gloria) Emtman, Spokane; two grandchildren. A member of the Beautiful Saviour Lutheran Church, Finance Committee for Girl Scouts, Manito Golf Country Club, Spokane Chamber of Commerce, Nat. Retired Officers Spokane Chapter ROA, Veterans of Foreign Wars, Post No.

5, and a Veteran of WW. Funeral services Friday, Dec. 7, 1979 at 1:00 p.m. at the Beautiful Saviour Lutheran Church, 4320 S. Conklin.

Rev. Paul M. Schmidt officiating. Interment Fairmount Memorial Park. SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE in charge.

WETLIN, Ida Passed away Dec. 2, 1979 In Spokane. Her home Spokane. Survived by one daughter, Elma Blumhagen, one grandson, Lyle Blumhagen, Spokane; several nieces and nephews. A member of the First Church of the Nazarene.

Funeral services Wednesday, Dec. 5, 1979 at 2:00 p.m. at the Riverside Mausoleum Chapel. Weymeth McGrew officiatIng. Interment Riverside Memorial Park.

SMITH FUNERAL HOME, W1124 RIVERSIDE in charge. 19 CEMETERIESTWO Cemetery plots, Greenwood Memorial Terrace complete with markers vaults, $2200 value, will sacrifice for $1500. 483-8604 Cemetery plots, Greenwood Memorial Terrace complete with markers vaults, $2200 value, will sacrifice for $1500. 483-8604 GRAVE Site, Greenwood Mem. Terrace, good $350, 238-6283 eves.

Crossword Solution ACROSS 31. 34. 1. Rolled tea 37. 4.

Arrears 8. Macaw 38. 11. "Good King" 40. 12.

Wenro 44. 13. Signify 47. 14. Adjective suffix 48.

15. Pottery 49. 17. Beverage 50. 19.

Oil cylinder 51. 20. Mornings 52. 22. Spruce 53.

25. Kitty 29. Parson bird 1. 30. Some 2.

42 15 18 20 25 26 27 30 34 35 36 38 48 51 52 Par time 30 minutes Dec. 5, 1979. 19 SERVICERIES Continued Aust. Sheppard, blue eyes, North end. 484-5168 BROWN geiding, Moran Prairie area, 448-1279.

448-0936. 448-9586. Reward. GOLDEN Retriever, spayed female, Audubon Park area-Reward. 328-9279 OLD Black Lab, male.

Chain collar tags. SW Deer Park. Reward. 276-6128 Golden co*cker, 5 Mile area, Reward, 328-9691 21 FOUND WHITE PUP collar! Vicinity, Monroe area, Debbie, 327-4307, 328-6292. 23 LEGAL SERVICES JULIO MORLEY, Attorney at Law Dissolution, personal injury, criminal, real estate, ruptcy, traffic.

No fee initial consultation. W1707 Broadway, Spokane, Wa. 328-8440. Nights 535-7958 27 WHERE SHALL WE GO? SHORTY And The Swingalongs Sundays Only 4:30 9:30 at THE EL PATIO Stateline Village, Ida. DINING dancing, 7pm, N2810 Park Rd.

Dec 15th. All singles invited. See for details Dec 8 TV Adv. 28 PERSONALS BIOFEEDBACK CLINIC as developed and trained by the Menninger Foundation. Control of: Headaches Pain Blood pressure Stress Self hypnosis 707W.5th 747-6030(24 hr answ) GRANDMOTHER'S Legacy was her holiday recipes.

Old fashioned goodness with incredible ease. 20 for $3. Be ready to make extras. Chef Myers, P.O.Box 2206, Spokane 99201. CLINICAL HYPNOSIS Lose Weight--quit smoking, quick, easy, permanent.

Certified Clinical Therapist. For appt. call 928-7130. PEOPLE who believe excessive force may have been used when arrested by a law enforcement officer in Spokane please call 466-7677. Alcoholics Anonymous S404 Walnut 624-1442 SEND your Dear Santa letters and $1 to W718 Chelan, and I will personally write back.

VALLEY HEALTH STUDIO, women only, now thru Dec. 31st, 4 months for the price of three. ABORTION information, (509) 943- 6779, Richland, WA. DIVORCE Lifeline, Counseling for the separated divorced. Call 747-5208.

UNITED Airlines half-price coupons. 747-4048 WANT TO LOSE 10-30 lbs. By Christmas. Call Dorothy. 534-6286 747-7977.

WE PERSONALIZE CHRISTMAS CARDS: 326-2003 MASSAGE PARLORS30 SAUNAS Quality deep Swedish massage. 1 hr. trimt reas. Vivian. 535-1338 FINANCIAL 50-99 50 FINANICIAL HELP QUICK SERVICE 1st 2nd mtgs paid for or not.

CONTRACTS bought sold. Call Anytime. Nelson Rity 276-5951 or 327-3396 55 MONEY TO LOAN MONEY AVAILABLE for projects $50,000 up on land, commercial property or realestate. CONSUMER LOAN LEASING. 928-6545.

SBIC seeks equity investment bustnesses. Confidential. Pat O'Neill Ritr 326-9640. MONEY WANTED 60 TO BORROW WOULD like to borrow $50,000 to cattle. Secured by real estate.

will pay top interest. 448-0525 or 456-8296. $10,000 at interest for 6 months, 466-1664. CONTRACTS70 MORTGAGES FOR SALE MOTEL Cafe contract for sale. After years will be worth $165,000.

Now worth $75,000, 208-847-2845 $7,700 CONTRACT with discount, interest. 1-937-2584, 926-2175. CONTRACTS73 MORTGAGES WANTED PET CREMATION Spokane Humane Society 489-7080 20 LOST 2 MALE dogs, wolf, malemute, 1 colored grey, 1 white with grey markings, about 8 mos old, last seen in vicinity of Wellesley Freya. Reward. Please call 489-5031 LOST -black white Border Spaniel female, near Audubon Park, red collar dog tag.

327- 3834 LOST on West Francis, 1 white suitcase belonging to Shadle student. Clothes desperately needed. Contact Tim at 328-0372 7 YR Old Female Elkhound Shepherd Mix, Last seen in Air Way Heights area. Ansers to name of Tammy. $50 Reward to find her.

747-8482. BLACK LAB, male! Vicinity, Addison Gordon. Wearing blue collar, 489-9440. BLUE HEELER, male, 2 years, silver choke chain, 'Blue', Vicinity Stockyards inn. Reward.

928-2038. ENGLISH Sheepdog, 6 mo, Lincoln Pk area, reward, Annie, bik collar. 838- 1110 or 535-8530. HELPI Have you seen a new dog in your neighborhood? Mini-Dob, ton, name is Killer. 291-6721.

LOST female Siberian Huskie, gray white. Answers to Amy. Vicinity of 40th Pittsburgh. 838-2620 after 6. MALE IRISH SETTER, "Rusty" Lost Sat vicinity Joe Albi Stadium.

Has a limp. Reward! 326-5132. SMALL male black dog, Barney, lost Sunday at Sacheen Lake, call collect 1-509-447-2397 SPOTTED co*cker puppy, 5700 block Monroe. Red collar. 328-8894 or 456- 8500 Jodi WOMAN'S tan purse, lost in Dishman area, if found please call, 926-3290 or 1-636-3055.

YEAR old male dog, brown, white chest, paws, tip of fail nose. Lost Thursday, child's pet. 624-5935. THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW C7 costs headed up, farmers told Wheat growers were told Tuesday their energy won't be cheap or easy to get in the coming decades. A panel the energy crisis kicked off the third day of the 25th on, Annual Washington Association of Wheat Growers at the Ridpath Hotel.

At the end of the session Panel Chairman Stu Bledsoe, executive director of the Washington Forest Protection Agency, said while the energy crisis isn't going be cheap or easy and doesn't have a single solution, "down in your socks, don't you think it's do-able?" Sterling Munro, administrator of the Bonneville Power Administration, said delays on the regional power bill, which was held up in the Senate for three years and is now stalled in the House, is a case of "fiddling while our Rome With the bill stalled, no one is pushing conservation or seeing that necessary power projects get started, Munro said. "There's a lot of folks in the region today, who don't know the region is on fire in terms of power supply and cost and we don't have a Nero to blame," he said. While Munro believes the Regional Power Bill, which gives the BPA the authority to locate additional sources of power in the coming power shortage to meet all the needs of its private and public customers, is necessary to the continued viability the Pacific Northwest, Neil Strand, managing director of the Washington Public Power Supply Systems, did not. "It is not a doomsday issue (if the Regional Power Bill is not passed)," Strand said. 4WPPSS finances its own projects with municipal bonds.

There are alternates to legislation," Strand said. The private sector can make up any difference between what the federal government can provide and what is actually needed, he added. Phil Templeton, manager of the Texaco Petroleum Products plant in Anacortes, said, "There isn't a gas shortage, just a surplus of driving. "Studies showed that 70 to 80 percent of our population believed oil companies were holding back crude oil to get the price up," Templeton said. People predicted when gas hit $1 a gallon, it would be plentiful, he said.

"The price hit $1 a gallon and all of a sudden there's a lot of gas and diesel. But when it hit a dollar, consumption was down 10 percent. It continues to be down 6 to 8 percent below last year," Templeton said. "The handwriting is on the wall world crude oil production will peak in 1985," Templeton said. Strand said WPPSS, which administers the Hanford nuclear site, did not have an unalterable commitment to nuclear: "We are not married to nuclear we are just living together for a "Nuclear is a tried, tested and proven technology.

The economics clearly favor nuclear power," he said. David of market development for the Solar Energy Research Institute, Golden, said, "Solar is not the solution, but one of several solutions." He said the institute is working to try to improve the technical feasibility of solar energy and help reduce its cost. Only so much sunshine hits a given square foot of space, but by increasing the efficiency of the solar collectors, the institute is attempting to reduce the amount of space required to set up an active solar system, Feasby said. China buying NW wheat Wheat growers have leveled another blow at the Great (economic) Wall of China. It appears that the zero-tolerance ban on TCK Smut, which has prevented the export of Pacific Northwest soft white wheat to China since 1974, has been quietly removed.

And Western Wheat Associates, Portland, the marketing arm of the Washington Wheat Commission, is settling down to develop a long term trade relationship with that country, Paul Green, Western Wheat spokesman, said Tuesday at the 25th Annual Convention of the Washington Association of Wheat Growers at the Ridpath Hotel. Since the People's Republic of China booked an order of about 65,000 tons of the soft white wheat in midNovember, representatives of the farming industry have suspected efforts to educate a Chinese scientific trade mission visiting Spokane this summer concerning the impact of this dwarf smut on its wheat industry have been successful. "I have good news concerning the PRC. They want to increase the amount of wheat foods in their diet. "The Chinese government is convinced that centuries-old eating habits (with rice as the predominent foodstuff) can be changed.

"We have made progress in convincing the Chinese that TCK is not a threat to their agriculture. We also convinced the Cereal and Oils Ministry that they could save money buying the soft white winter wheat, which is now the cheapest wheat in the world. "Three weeks ago, two cargoes were sold out of Portland to China. "The Chinese want to keep this as quiet as possible. They want TCK Smut to die a quiet death." OFFICIAL RECORDS TUESDAY BIRTHS Births recorded in Spokane hospitals during the 24 hours ending at 3 p.m.

Dec. 4, 1979: Deaconess Melton To Mr. and Mrs. William Melton, Cheney, girl. Kincaid To Mr.

and Mrs. Leo Kincaid, Airway Heights, girl. Rush To Mr. and Mrs. Hilliard Rush, E3229 Thirty-third, girl.

Sacred Heart Bowerman To Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Bowerman, 1815 Rowen, boy. Poe To Mr.

and Mrs. John M. Poe, Hartline, girl. Fairchild Air Force Base Jones To Sgt. and Mrs.

James C. Jones 7 Fairchild, girl. MARRIAGE LICENSES Scott A. Richner and Gloria J. FIfield, Colbert, Wash.

Norman G. Thomas, Priest River, Idaho, and Debra K. Clark, Spokane. Richard J. Patterson and Judith L.

McDaniel, Spokane. John E. Hare Jr. and Peri A. Biomgren, Spokane.

Gary John Barber and Lonna Kay Schmoock, Greenacres, Wash. Donald F. Robeson and Helen M. Werner, Spokane. Joseph John Wankmueller Ill and Dawn Dee Harris, Spokane.

Jimmie R. Applington and Sandra A. King, Spokane. OFFICIAL RECORDS Marriage dissolution petitions Dorian, Laurie A. and Gregory J.

Yates, Jackelyn and William J. Jackson, Steven L. and Betty Jo C. Holmes, Larry A. and Pamela J.

Mende, Linda K. and Kenneth W. Allen, Susan E. and Paul M. 11 Negri, Linda K.

and James F. Gallagher, Nancy J. and James M. Rodriguez, Cynthia A. and Edgar A.

Petition for separation Brady, Jacqueline and Lee P. Dissolutions granted Flatbush, Daryl J. and Charles W. Jr. Macks, Catherine G.

and Allen L. Il Anderson, Richard L. and Kimberly. Bradley, Karon D. and Arthur V.

Jr. Greenayer, Jean M. and Harry H. Harmon, Lauralee M. and Daniel K.

Nichols, Sherry L. and Lee R. Bechum, Edna G. and James D. Clark, Margaret M.

and Albert R. Case, Ronald R. and Carol L. Girton, Joyce and Robert. Pleadings David B.

Dunwoody, 18, S205 Park, guilty to charge of attempting to elude a police vehicle; released on own recognizance completion of presentence investigation. (Judge Philip J. Thompson) Charles D. Miller, 23, W4204 Monroe, guilty to charge of second-degree escape; released on own recognizance pending completion of presentence investigation. (Thompson) Sentencings Paul E.

Ellis, 22, W11719 Appleway, two years probation, restitution and 30 days in County-City Jail to be served on weekends for second-degree possession of stolen property. (Thompson) John B. Woodward, 22, Okanogan, 10 years suspended sentence for first-degree escape. (Thompson) Louis C. Harrington, 22, Spangle, 10 years in the State Penitentiary for first-degree escape.

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Houses- For Rent-242 Houses-Wanted to Rent-244 RENT-248 Mobile Space-Rent-250 OFFICES- FOR RENT-255 OFFICES-WANTED-260 STORES FOR RENT, SALE-265 Warehouses-For Rent, Sale-270 Rec. Vehicle Storage -271 SELF-SERVICE STORAGE-272 RENT-275 to Rent-280 Employment-300-349 -310 Salespeople 315 AGENTS-320 Help- Invest. Required-325 Employment Agencies 330 Teachers' Agencies-335 Jobs Wanted-350-379 Permanent SERVICES-355 CHILD CARE-360 Public Stenographers-362 Tax Advice-Bookeeping-365 Dressmaking, Talloring-367 UPHOLSTERING MATTRESSES, Bedding-374 BEAUTY SHOPS Educational-380-399 Schools and Colleges-380 BEAUTY SCHOOLS- 382 BARBER SCHOOLS- -383 FLYING SCHOOLS -390 MUSICAL INSTRUCTION-396 Miscellaneous MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS- 400 TV, RADIO, STEREO 405 C.B. RADIOS -406 HOUSEWIVES' SUPPLIESVACUUM CLEANERS -412 SEWING MACHINES 415 OFFICE EQUIPMENT-416 PLUMBING HEATING-425 GAS HEAT- 427 COAL HEAT 428 -WOOD HEAT-429 BUILDING MATERIALS- 430 SWIMMING POOLS- 435 Fertilizer Black Dirt-441 FINE ARTS FRAMINGStamps, Coins, Hobbies- 445 Prospect-Mining Supplies- 447 CAMERAS 448 Miscellaneous for Sale- 150 Miscellaneous for Rent-452 ANTIQUES 455 AUCTION SALES-462 MACHINE MACHINE -Industrial- MACHINERY-Wanted-476 PUMPS- 477 PETS 480 POULTRY482 HORSES-483 LIVESTOCK-485 HAY AND FEED BOATS AND MOTORS -490 FARM A SUPPLIESLIVESTOCK AUCTIONS SPORTING GOODS-492 BICYCLES 493 SKIS-EQUIPMENT-495 SNOW VEHICLES -498 Automotive-500-600 Trir. CAMPERS, Trailers-506 MOTOR, Mini Homes- -507 Camper, Trailer Rental- --508 AVIATION-510 Sale- 520 Auto, Truck Repair-Parts-530 540 AUTO INSURANCE-545 TRUCKS SALE-550 VANS FOR SALE-551 AUTOS Wanted -555 Trucks, Lease- 560 AUTO STORAGE- 570 -SPORTS CARS-580 Antique-Classic Cars --581 Automobiles-For Sale-590 Criminal cases Judge Richard F.

Wrenn: Timothy R. Branthoover, 19, E2622 Third, obstructing public officer, $60 fine. Arthur our D. Armstead, 28, Seattle, third degree theft, 180 days with 150 suspended. Michael E.

Dhaenens, 35, W310 Price Road, unlawful issuance of check, 180 days suspended, one year deferred. Robert W. Kober, 19, E6616 Ninth, littering, one day suspended, $10 fine. Judge Kathryn A. Mautz: Matthew C.

Concie, 20, S3808 Hatch, unnecessary noises, $50 fine, $46 suspended. Fred E. Ebert, 53, W1619 Clark, defrauding 30 days with 27 suspended. Todd M. Hamblin, 28, transient, disorderly conduct, 10 days suspended, $4 fine.

Wayne A. Hamblin, 30, transient, disorderly conduct, 10 days suspended, $4 fine. Traffic cases Judge Daniel T. Maggs: Larry W. Boulger, E617 Kiernan, operating vehicle with license suspended, 15 days release, $100 fine suspended.

Judge Kathryn A. Mautz: Gary M. Appa, E1218 Princeton, hit and run unattended vehicle, 30 days suspended, $100 fine, $75 suspended. Judge Richard F. Wrenn Ronald E.

Craner, E606 Nebraska, operating vehicle with license suspended, 180 days suspended, $4 fine. Ronald L. Shaw, E1217 Nora, ting vehicle with license revoked, 180 days with 177 suspended, 54 fine. Donna L. Butler, N1004 Pierce, driving vehicle while under influence of 10 days suspended, $125 fine, $100 suspended.

Bertram A. Lane, N908 Argonne, operating vehicle with license suspended, 180 days with 150 release. James R. Marshall, Wallace, Idaho, possession of license, two days jail. Gary E.

Wagner, N1807 Park No. 5, operating vehicle with license suspended, 10 days suspended, $25 fine. Judge James M. Murphy: Willie P. Chewning, S917 Pines No.

37, driving vehicle while under influence of 30 days with 27 suspended. Terrence L. Smith, S417 Greene, operating vehicle with license suspended, 10 days suspended. Ronald J. Peterson, E8125 Alki, vehicle license plate violation, $50 fine suspended.

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9-6 p.m. short time corrections and cancellations ONLY for Mon. COUNTER SERVICE HOURS 8 A.M.-5 P.M. DAILY Closed Saturdays The Spokesman Spokane, Wa. 99210 NOTICES 1-49 his successor in interest paying the principal and interest plus costs and fees.

VI written notice of default was transmitted by the beneficiary or trustee to the grantor or his successor in interest at the following address: LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE PURSUANT TO THE REVISED CODE OF WASHINGTON CHAPTER 61 24, ET SEQ. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned trustee will on the 14 day of December, 1979 at the hour of 9:00 o'clock a.m., at East 12929 Sprague 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 property, situated in the County of Spokane State of Washington, towit: Lot 9, Block. 1, Lidgerwood Park according to plat recorded in Volume of Plats, Pages 124 and 125, In the City of Spokane, Spokane County, Washington (commonly known as 1210 East Wellesley Avenue) which is subject to that cerfain deed of trust July 25th, 1978, recorded in 398 of mortgages 995, under No. 7808100327, records of Spokane County, Washington, from Dan B. McGee, a single person as Grantor, to Pioneer National Title Insurance Company as Trustee, to secure an obligation in favor or Security Pacific Mortgage Corporation; a Delaware Corporation as beneficiary, the beneficial Interest In which was assigned to Government National Mortgage Ass.

under an assignment dated August 17, 1978, and recorded under action is now pending to seek satisfaction of the obligation in any Court by reason of the Grantor's default on the obligation secured by sald deed of trust. 111 The default for which this foreclosure Is made is as follows: Failure to pay when due the followIng amounts which are now In arrears: Monthly Payments: 12 monthly payments $259.00 each; (October, 1978 through September, 1979.) $3, 108.00 Late charges: 11 late charges of $10.36 for each monthly payment not made within 15 days of Its due TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENTS AND LATE CHARGES: $3,221.96 IV The sum owing on the obligation secured by the Deed of Trust Is: Principal $25,937.20, together with Interest in the note provided from the 1st day of September, 1978 and such other costs and fees as are provided by statute. The above described real property will be sold to satisfy, the expense of sale and the obligation secured by sald Deed of Trust as provided by statute. Said sale will be made without warranty, express or Impiled, regarding title, possession, or encumbrances on the 14 day of December 1979. The defaults referred to in graph Ill must be cured by the day of December, 1979 (10 days before the sale) to cause a discontinuance of the sale.

The sale will be discontinued and terminated if at any time before the 4 day of December, 1979 (10 days before the sale) the default as set forth in paragraph Ill is cured and the Trustee's fees and costs are paid. The sale may be terminated by the Granfor any time after the day of December, 1979 (10 days before the sale) and before the sale by the grantor or Name Address Dan B. McGee 1218 East Wellesley Avanue by both first class and certified mail on the day of August, 1979, proof of which is in the possession of the trustee; and the Notice of Default was posted in a conspicuous place on the Real, property above described the In paragraph 1 grantor or his successor In interest was served on the 8th day of August, with said written notice of default by the beneficiary or his trustee, and the turstee has in his possession proof of such posting or service. vil The Trustee whose name and address Is set forth below will provide in writIng to anyone requesting it, a statement of all costs and fees due at any time prior to the sale. VIII The effect of the sale will be to deprive the grantor and all those who hold by, through or under him of all their interest in the above described property.

IX Anyone having any objections to this sale on any grounds whatsoever will be afforded an opportunity to be CONTRACTS73 MORTGAGES WANTED Continued Our Year We Buy Real Estate Contracts ICall or write now! Servicel No Broker's Fees Metropolitan Mortgage Securities Inc. 1 838-3111 W.929 Sprague Ave. Eves: 624-9470 448-8430 BUILDER with 2 new homes ($70,000 northside, $100,000 valley, asking price) wants to trade your contracts for his equity. Both homes are temporary in styling with skylights, Cathedral cellings, cedar accent panels, stained glass, oak, etc. Call 466- 1260 after SPM.

WE BUY OR LOAN On 1st or 2nd contracts. Obtain a 2nd loan at NO DISCOUNT TO you. HEGE S1723 Ray. Call Stan Mulvey. 535-9801 eves wknds 624-7753.

IMMEDIATE cash, 1st and 2nd contracts. Jack Gillespie, Gillespie Realty, W324 Francis, 326-5800. Cash for contracts. Lowest discounts. O'Neill, Rifr 326-9640 or 534-0216 eves.

CASH for contracts, any location. Ken Howser, 448-1642. Key Rity, 924-8200 CASH for equities or contracts STOLTZ REALTY 328-4121 Cash 4 Contracts, Equity, Mtg. Loans Mark Kraft Rity, 327-3386 QUICK cash for contracts. 484-3492.

TOP CASH PAID! CONTRACTS GENE KRAFT RLTY 327-8363 75 MONEYS TO ESTATE LOAN QUICK SERVICE 1st 2nd mtgs paid for or not. CONTRACTS bought sold. Call Anytime. Nelson Rity 276-5951 or 327-3396 REAL ESTATE 100-199 100 HOMESCE END FINANCING 0 Down VA, low down FHA or Conventional. New Split Entry, Mead School Dist HOW warranty.

$43,950. After 4pm, Mon thru Fri. Anytime, wknds. 466-6887, Builder. E1614 EVERETT Drive by then call 325-3003 anytime to see inside this neat 3 bdrm.

Wood heat in 36 long living rm. New kitchen, vinyl siding more. 328-7311. Vaughn Rity. IMMEDIATE POSSESSION By Owner, beautiful 5-bdrm home on Diamond Lake, 2 heatilator fipcs, custom cabinets, fully carpeted, baths finished, covered patio, shake roof, cedar siding, 489-7715, 276-2844 NEW HOMES 2 3 Bdrm splits, ranchers; feature built-ins, frpic, sliders to deck, some garages, with very best possible ferms in town! 747-1126 or 838-6567 days.

R.C. Construction. (CBC-RC) SAVE $1000. E3504 Marietta. 3 barm, full bsmt, garage, frpic.

Will trade. $38,900. W817 CHELAN. 2 bdrm remodeled, frpic. $39,500 FHA.

Will trade, $38,500. E1624 8TH AVE. Remodeled 3 borm. $31,950. Call O'NEILL RLTR 326-9640.

NEW HOMES WILL FINANCE Cholce S. HIll. Start at $78,900. Trades too! Call Lyle 838-4157 (24 hrs) or 924- 3647 eves. FAIRHURST TRANSFERRED, Must sell 3-bdrm Rancher, 2 baths, 2 tipcs, full bsmt, able garage, deck, custom drapes, assumable loan, Post Falls, ID $54,900.

208-773-7711 EASY assumption $3900 down. Valley rancher, 4 bdrm, dbl garage, 2 bath, frpis, sprinkler, finished bsmt. See at 12808 E9th. 924-3250 Phillis OWNER contract, terms flexible, 3 bd, E3828 12th, 3 bd on screE 4037 6th, 2 bd, E2124 Longfellow, $33,500. 534-7106.

535-0706 $1500. DOWN. Contract terms. E4303 Cleveland. 2 Bdrm, new carpetinq appl.

Recently painted out. 1960 Vintage. $34,900. 624-0183. Just Listed bdrm on NE side.

Brick home. Only $44,950 and great terms. Call 489-1100. CENTURY 21 BARRIE HUNT CO. BY OWNER, bedroom, 2 bath, w-w carpet, $33,000, with down.

Owner carry contract. 1-937-2584. 926-2175. Home needs sold? We're sold out again-try us! Now taking 60 day listings. Empire 838-1461.

INVESTMENTS EXCHANGING LONGHORN REALTY N7322 DIVISION 483-4797 WE BUY ZIMNY INC, REALTORS 838-2791 BLACK RLTY N6607 327-5544 BRAND NEW 2 borm, contract terms. Low down. Swartout, 535-0351. BURT HENRY, REALTORS S2922 Grand 747-6177 CARDINAL REALTY 1401 NW Blvd 328-9010 CENTURY 21 Ken Broyles Co. W1515 Thrird Ave.

838-6121 COLONIAL RLTY 928-5800 W507 Francis 328-2371 CREATIVE PROPERTIES. EVERGREEN PROPERTIES 209 BOF BUILDING838-8651 FAIRHURST ASSOCIATES W921 Sprague 838-4157 FHA 265 FINANCING CHENEY REALTY, 624-8500 Free property market analysis Red 489-2007 F. S. BARRETT CO. W418 Sprague 838-2055 HOWARD BERGDOLL ASSOCIATES 328-5343 H.L.

ROACH ASSOC. W1601 Pacific 747-4166 LILAC CITY REALTY E3 Boone 328-9200 LONGHORN REALTY N7322 DIVISION 483-4797 MARK IV PROPERTIES, INC. N23 Napa. 535-9797 MORLAN HOMES, INC. 624-5685 REALTY MART N5226 Division 489-3010 RED CARPET HARRY FRAZIER ASSOC 484-5000 Remodeled 3 bdrm, double garage, $37,500.

ACTION REALTY 328-2800. Select Residential Property Eunice O'Brien Rity 624-3104 SPOKANE FALLS REALTY W1407 Mansfield 328-9848 SSIDE remod 4-BR, 11. baths, contract, low down. $37,000. 926-0474.

St. Charles 3 br dble gar. Seller carry contract. Hedman Co. 326-9133.

SULLIVAN REALTY E412-301h 747-1051 Steven E. Hills and Betty L. Perry, Spokane. Michael R. Mooney and Kristen A.

Blomquist, Spokane. Martin T. Stockdale and Deborah A. Schappert, Spokane. Richard J.

Baldasty and Trudy K. Tatham, Spokane. Charles Wayne Staples and Margaret Louise Kelsey, Spokane. Gary D. Raiph and Teresa L.

Harms, Spokane. Jack G. Stafford Jr. and Teresa M. Kyle, Spokane.

Ray Thomas Richardson and Gayla M. Novotney, Spokane. Dane Janssen and Dorothy D. Lindsley, Spokane. David R.

Trower, Spokane, and Frances L. Ostrom, Sandpoint, Idaho. Carl Romanelli Spokane, and Velma Louise Shale, Greenacres, Wash. Wade R. Vander Meer and Barbara J.

Briand, Spokane. IN THE COURTS Superior Court New suits filed James S. Black Co. Inc. vs.

Howard L. Gibbs; complaint for unlawful detalner. Hi-Way Trailer Services Inc. Thomas F. Price and others; seeking $1,630 claimed owed for breach of agreement.

Dorothy M. Gerbach vs Big Brother Inc. as Big. Brothers Benefit Bingo; seeking unspecified damages for fall. Inland Farmers Inc.

vs. William J. and Virginia M. Wallace; $44,821 claimed owed. Aetna Casualty and Surety Co.

vs. James S. and Rosana McCammon; complaint for $4,000 on Indeminty agreement. CONTRACTS73 St. Charles 3 br dble gar.

Seller carry MORTGAGES WANTED contract. Hedman Co. 326-9133. SULLIVAN REALTY IMMEDIATE CASH FOR CONTRACTS E412-301h 747-1051 Call me before you sell. Keith Green, WANDA BERVAR RLTY 624-6905; 535-7648 E210 Pacific 747-8111 Puzzle SMASH SHOP Tomorrow CANOE PECAN ATOLL LEANER Threshers DEN PAIL ACE Bullet WENT A CIT Burrows Playwright OBVERT GREAT Afflictions DOORS TOTARA Sea lettuce ORLE COSY Boomerang REU ALAS WAG Chick or bean SAMARA IRATE Milkfish SERIN PIVOT Power Qualified SKAG STEPS Congeal Shipshape YESTERDAY'S SOLUTION 6.

Blue or black DOWN 3. Herring sauce Stylish 4. Abscond 7. Air bellsinglass Corona 5. Before 8.

Motivate 8 9. Sindbad's bird 10. Commercials 13 16. Silent 18. Bluejack, for 16 example 21.

Weep 19 23. Robot play 21 22 23 24 24. Palm lilies 25. Block 28 29 26. Witch bird 27.

Pessimistic 31 32 33 28. Souchong 32. Missing 33. Aviv 35. Kin 39 40 42 43 36.

Spritelike 39. Progenitor 46 41. Girasol 50 42. Cap 43. Corrodes 53 44.

Gladstone 45. Amazement AP Newsfeatures 46. Kiwi.

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