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CLASSIFIED RATE: SPER L,NE HOMES FOR SALE ^. Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE ST 6MARK&apos;SB0000 PFP St Te 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE ' LAKE Extens,on 10 resa S AUTO.O.'LES FOR SALE V,EW DF LAKE WASH,NGTON k 2 BATHS OREST PARK TRUE COLONIAL PLEASE ASK FOR ROOMS 4 BDRMS. 5 BEDROOMS UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO, ME2-4333 RES. su4.1916 RANGE-OVEN 2 FULL BATHS "1"o the charity of your MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S I Masses and prayers are com- $700 DN $250 DN ' REC. ROOM mended the souls of the tel- AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS . . 2 FIREPLACES lowing departed priests who IT'S HERE! IT'S SENSATIONALI TRANSMISSION SPACE GALORE, If Its room you need TREES -- TREES $ I BIgB0 served the Church and souls in TROUBLES then RUSH OUT to our office and see thiS area: th,. MARWLOOS HOME..ever Oe- 00PfYFHAhse FHA TERMS! L LA. 5-6677 fore could you buy so much house for $15 ""^ = so little. Large living room with stone ThE Rt. Rev. Msgr. James G. fireplace; formal dining room both with t NEVER! NEVER! NEVERI HAVE WE Stafford, died Feb. 3, INS. CARPET WORK w/w carpeting. Lovely birch kitchen SEEN SUCH VALUE. "See this before  with built In range and oven. 2 full app the Investers do." The Ray. Michael Fafara, died RUG AND UPHOLSTERY baths. 20x20 professionally finished * CLEANING family room. 6 yes1 6 bedrooms. A DON'T READ THIS AO If you're A true Colonial a few blocks from Lake Feb. 5, ]9]4. In your home. private bedroom for every member of looking for bargains. Strategically Io- Washington. Beautifully remodeled and KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5.5450 the tamlly. Attached garage. Rear yard cased on a gorgeous Lake Forest Park In tip top condhoin throughout. BRAND Is fenced; with huge play area.  view lot in an area at all fine homes. NEW $1,500 AC OIL FURNACE. 5 bed- The Ray. PlacJdus Houtmeyers, FULL PRICE $19,500 It Is a rare buy. Relax In the large rooms. Separate dining room. Recrea- O.S.B., died Feb. 5, 1928. CATERING SERVICE Hurry, call on Ad No. 2401 LI 2.3184 living room with a cozy fire in the tlon room. 2 baths. Full basement. Coil LIZED W E D D I N G RE'CEP- PICTU RE FLOOR PLANS, INC. beautiful brick fireplace and enjoy the at once . . . EM 4-1100 . . . on Ad No. bedrooms with the fourth bedroom 938. I"IONS by Mrs. Bertha Dixon, formerly 18332 AURORA AVE. N. completely finished In knotty pine. The PICTURE FLOOR PLANS ,NC. Bellevue ''Woman's Century Club. Beau Brummel large landscqped lot has several fruit 'lake city office' -. Banquet Hall, 1425 Seventh Avenue, MA LI 2-3l 84 trees and stately Washington pines 4,0013 EM 41180 complete with o play house for the McGOVERN, Mrs. Morion B., 10818 Sf Bernadeffe children. Phone today for full portlc- . - S.E. 18th St., died January 29. Requiem CLEANER SERVICE ulars. LI 2-3184 on Ad No. 1234. January 31 Sacred Heart Church. Born PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. ST. BERNADETTE In Waterloo, Iowa. Came to Seattle In DAY &NIGHT free pickup and delivery. Huge Floor Plan 18332 AURORA AVE. N. 4 BDRM 1,3, and moved to Be,,evue 10 years $2.99 Hoover and all other vacuums ago. Member of Rainier Chapter, D.- BALLARD . A.R., past president of the chapter's parts, bags, free delivery. 3 BEDROOMS corporntion board and a member of Tom McEIroy LA 2-4671 PLUS FINISHED TRUE CAPE COD the state D.A.R. board, past president BEAUTY at Colonial Dames of the 17th Century; CONTRACTING APARTMENT FULL BASEMENT vice president of Anna Chaflln Collins Gultd, Odhopedic Satiety; corresponding !AINTNoxGrorrclal "'V" 2CAR GARAGE Total Cash $4-00 BOULEVARD PARK anises;Secretary Ofmember Daughters of AmerlCanof the board of May-Cl" ALL ELECTRIC KITCHEN $600 DOWN flower Descendants; and a member of WALTER P. NELSON $28,000 4 ROOMS $17,000 Daughters of ColOnial Wars, Dames of Magna Carte, Founders end Patriots and LA3-6985 Over 1500 sq. ft. on main level plus a BASEMENT Splendid family home with homey old Static Art Museum. Survivors: daugh- 7553, 19th N.E. beautifully finished apartment in the $10950 New England touches thot make a ters, Mrs" Charles Copeland of Belle- daylight lower level. Featuring: n taste, house a home. Featuring: central entry Vue, Mrs. Elizabeth Forster of Seafflle, FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, fully carpeted 22 tt. living rm. with I hall, large living room with circulating Mrs. Robert Denney of Aurora, III.; gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and floor-to-ceiling fireplace, vaulted beam " composition siding. Free estimates, ZERO DOWN TO GI fireplace that radiates hospitality -- a son, James B. McGovern of Spokane; rlGuerenteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. ceilings and a huge 8 It. glass door to friendly dining rm. that invites you brothers, Arthur and John Brainerd, 81 840 Poplar Place the 50 ft. sundeck--banquet size dining JUST LISTED. Not another home In this to meals--2 spacious bedrooms on main both of Minnesota; sisters, Mrs. Ralph room--the kitchen Is the showplace of area for sale. Schools, buses, shopping level and 2 more massive bedrooms up Poxton Of Florida, Mrs. Wodh Gardner .qmFIEENEY  C--' thehome with red birch cabinets, built- lust around the corner. Large living --high and dry basement for shop, of Seattle, Mrs. Charles E. Mills Of In oven, dishwasher, chopping board, room with bay windows. Huge family play, and storage--There Is an extra Sunnyvale, Calif., and 12 grandchildren. remodeling service, room additions, re- vent hood and built-In break(ast bar. 2 kitchen. Twin size bedrooms. Full bath 1/2 bath on the second story--No need Green Funeral Home. pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- massive bedrooms and a normal size all on 1 floor. PLUS basement and for 2 cars In this handy location. You antes. Up to 5pAYears2-446.1to pay. lower3rd--ldeallYdayllghtcmpartmentedlevel has famtlYa perfectlybath CallnaturalEMgas4-1180heat'on NeedAd No.We 059.say Picture,mare? fineWe exclusive,Yur famllYcall a cHtrlP3-1550.to see this 'lovely In.law apartment featuring: huge Floor I::M 4 / Pl'J'ans' "lnc"'Lakel uC'ItYAofflce" Everett ' FOODENTERTAINMENT living room with fireplace, sparkling South End Brokers Inc.  kitchen, large medroom, modern both _ 11036 1 Ave. So. -, " T:"PTI//A J and loads of storage--other quality tea- DOLL, Jacob, 77, Route 2, died Jan. c ,,;','A'::; ....... ,ures found In thls outstanding home Ridg CAPITOL HILL 22 Requlem Jan. 25 Our Lady of :I .................... " ........ such as: ell ceramic tile s s--multlple View e Perpetual Help Church. Born in Per- hem, Minn. Lived here 44 years. Sur- 94.6 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 J phone Jacks--full Insulation In floors, $27,950. Medium sized, modern rambler, l $400 DN. FHA vlvors: wife, Mary; two sons, James, walls end ceiling---and modern gas heat 4V2 bdrms., 2 baths, finished dallte I=D DI=M'r I with ducts even in the basement floors. BEDROOMS. Here Is a nice comfortable Monitor and Roy, Everett; daughter, .......... .......... j Need we say morel Call on this ex- IowerLA 5.9250.level" Excellent toc. Mrs. Conley, home near St. Joseph's. Spacious living Mrs. Marie Gahagan, Everett; two J -  -zgt,.niv -Hr)'t:p-i ........ / clusive listing. CH 3-1550. room, dining room. Bedrooms are twin brothers, Jacham, Minnesota and Dan, ................. SOUTH END BROKERS INC size. 1V2 baths. FuHI cement basement. I Oregon; sister, Mrs. Minnie Hauk, under new management. Redecorated.!11036 1st So ' CH'3 1550 F'tawthorne Hills FHA appraised $13,750 and ready for Minnesota; 12 grandchildren and 13 Clean. Warm rooms. Near St. James " Level, wide rambler (100' frontage). 3 quick occupancy. Call Mary Bracelin, t great.grandchildren. Cassldy Funeral Cnthedra, hospitals. Pensioners wel- bdrms., 2 both and family re. All on EA 3-8717. I Home. come. $40 month up. 1 floor. De luxe kitchen. Fully carpeted. 3LIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. I KEHOE, Mrs. Julia C., 911' Cedar 123 Madlson -- MA3-4174 Dbl. garage. $37,500. Mrs. Conley, LA EAS.0700 1550 Olive Way I Ave., died January 27. Requiem Jan- 18x30 FOOT furshe'd roo'--for lady. I NURSING HOME 5-9250. Ridg IMPERIAL E00ast ,  uary 31 Our Lady of Perpetual Help. r. View. 1 block to St. Joseph s. ShareJ STUBBINGS NURSING HOME /iew e Burial Evergreen. BOrn in Racine, , kitchenette. Laundry. S3S month, EAI "Catholic operated" 4 BDRMS.--3 BATHS--Rec. RM. Lake Wisconsin. Came here 57 years nga. 5 5379 I -.,,T. ___ Private cases only, View--age 2V= yrs. Beautiful Brick 'n Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Barbara COMFORTABLE PLEASANT 4 BED- State LIc. No. 69 Cedar Rambler. Built-In appliances I EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Garnham, Everett. Challacombe-Fickel ROOM FAMILY home, ready for oc- 1732.16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 dbl. garage. $35,000 bracket. Spotless. Finished homes ready to move into & Precht Funeral Home. uponcy. Double plumbing. Betweenr "-= r e c =.= ,-'- = I now. Visit the furnished show houses. -Ioly Names and St. Joseph's. EA 2- __.. n_ares 6 oyDII omey I Open Dmly. 10 a.m. 'til 9 at night. qDF'3254. PERSONAL bbll NE 65th LA 5-9250 Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. Graham 2 00EDROOM unfurn,shed opa00mont MIODLE AGED Cofho,a woman to .re "' Josephs;Heated' ApplianceS.Group Health,View'Markets,Near bus.St" 3-0757.1n my home and share expenses. ME --IVIEW HOM; I OPEN SAT., SUN RICHARDSON, Mrs. John W. (Agnes), Quiet. $65. 1511 E. Mercer. 47, Route 1, Box 476, died Jan. 23. EXCELLENT nursing care for lady In d large OWNER TRANSFERRED!] FURNISHED rooms With or without Catholic home. WE7-4685. COLONIAL wilh 4 bedrooms'on Requiem Jan. 26 All Saints Church, Puyallup. Born In Honolulu and lived kitchen privileges. MA 2-9727. , day rooms. Family size kitchen. OII k | Ic'r C[I I in California before coming here four ,; Heat. $36,500. Call Mrs. Crawford, AT IVIUO/ ,,,,ll--I--L.. years ago. Survivors: husband; son,  FURNITURE PLUMBERS 3-s19.. ,- --  AVERBECK REALTY J George E., Fort Sam Houston, Texas; F PLUMB,NG, "EAT,NG 3546 N.E. 96fh daughter, Do.na Rose, Graham; two .LARGEST URNITURE STORE on tne SERVICE .4- Eastslde Oen Frlda  evenln- "Free .......... OFFICE AT. 4-5500 BEAUTIFUL 3 YEAR OLD, 3 EDRM 2 .... :L, del very'; red t " Y" , t<oalant Heang,,Ketal/Store ------T.t.----- -[--  bath home with finished rec. room and  RAAB'S' REDMC)ND FURNITURE J L. k.. M/33AKI & 3UIN3 J | /'IXIII- -'% I space for 3rd bath and 2 more bed- I11g ......... Rlm-ond14501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-68501Near high school and St Anne's 3 bed 1 rooms In full daylight basement. TELI=V|SION AND RADIO SERVICE EEie n; fbmrl ! ' YGP;!i ;!go'r 2OTO df '. r %PI,  [  t 8t0hdeLPLPLPL k/' I;-TS! d I N rd bOur !  I ggLAINE R'EXLTY 2"39" ! HOYT REALTY E. 2-7880 arts ana repair. R'ent Auto[ "Memoer St. Edward's Parish" 111/2 Boston AT 3=1 I OUT Lady ot +he Lake Washer $I week (so. end). Used Wash PA. 3-1172 - "" I , and dryer parts. MIKE'S by 14th Ave. O A,V -F- CK to Our Lady of the Lake. BYt 1 4 7rl South Br due. Near Bee ng No. 2.! " $3 00" ........ owner. 4 bedroom basement home. t "r -- --v 0442 Uallns Ave. S. PA3-2605. t Pray for them... i _ In Memoriam J brothers, John and William Barboza, both of Honolulu; sister, Mrs. Ethel Bronco, San Francisco; father, John D. Barboza, San FranciscO. Powers Funeral Home, Puyallup. Marysville Sweden and has lived In thls area many O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of l'hy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the huly oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and "rhy blood my sprinkling; and let "I'hy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Port Orchard NOYES, Roy A., 76, died January 22. Requiem January 26 St. Gabriel Church. Born In Butte, Mont. Came to Port Orchard in 1907. Worked for the KItsap County Bank until World War I. After the war he went with the Bremertan Trust and Savings Bank, becoming president In 1934. When the bank became division of Peoples Na- tional Bank he became vlce.presldent, retiring last year. Member of Elks and American Legion. Survivors: wife, Edith, Port Orchard; stepdaughter, Mrs. Mary Heiser, Yaklma; stepson, John Welsh, Seward, Alaska; three step-grandchildren; brother, Raymond, Chinook, Mont., and a sister, Mrs. Edith Kuazelman of Port Orchard. Pendleton-GIIchrlst Funeral Home, Port Orchard. Reaton SCOLL, Mrs, Victor (Terns), gg, 337 Renton St., died January 25. Re- qulem January 28 St. Anthony Church. Burial Mount Olivet Born In Itaty. Came to Renton In 1914 tram italy. Survlvars: sons, Joseph, Seattle, and Louis, Renton; four daughters, Mrs. Mary Moseano, Mrs. Carolina Tonda and Mrs. Cesnrlna Tarella, Oil at Ren. ton, and Emilio Beltromo, Walnut Creek, Col/f.; 12 grandchildren, 16 great-grandchildren and two great-greet- grandchildren. FaulI-Renton Funeral Home. ZALLOCCO, Beetrlee, 05, 125022 S.C. 116th St., died January 27. Redulem January 31 St. Anthony Church Born in Italy. Came to the United States and Snaffle In 1916 Moved to Renton In 1927. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Fran- cescn Powell, Kent; sons, Firoe, Ren- ton; TIto, Cosmopolis, Grays Harbor County, and Anthony Zallecco, Seatt:e; 'and 12 grandchildren Stakes Funeral Home. Seattle CARIELLO, Recco J. 02, t46 N. 00th St., died January 24. Requiem January 28 St. John Church. Born in New York. Came here 45 years ago. He worked for Northern Pacific Rail. way for 51 years, retlrlng In 1944 Member of the Holy Name Society, the Order of Rallraad Telegraphers, and the Northern Pacific Benevolent As- sociation. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Lincoln Taylor and Mrs. Margaret Zyskl, both of Seaflle; four sisters, Mrs. Jennie Petersen and Mrs. Angle Parker, both of Seattle, Mrs. Mary Mathews, Oregon, and Mrs. Josephine Pratt, Bromerton; a brother, George Carriello, Bremerton; two grandchil- dren, and two great-grandchildren. Green Lake Funeral Home. FIELDS, Mrs. James D. (Jo), 54, 6002 17th Ave. N.W., died January 26. Requiem January 30 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Mer- rill, Wis. Came here ns a child. Sur- vivors: sister, Mrs. WIIliom T. Morris, Seattle; brothers, Raphael Oczkewecz, SCOffle; and Thomas A. Oczkewecz, Son Francisco. Evans-Cummings Funeral Home. FOLEY, Leonard R., 52, died Jonu- ary 22. Requiem January 25 St. Cath- erine Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Seattle. Gradanted from the Univer- sity of Washington. Had been with the Post-lntelllgencer for 25 years and had been credit manager there for the past 12. Member of Sigma Nu Fra- ternity and the Serro Club and wns baseball coach for Llffle League, Babe Ruth League and St. Catherine Catholic Youth Organization teams. Survivors: wife, Katherine; daughter, Mrs. Dnvld K. Ddlrympte; sons, Richard'and Pat- rick Foley, and a grandchild, oll of Startle. Mnnnlng & Sons Funeral Home. Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 GILMORE, Merit K., 64, 4215 S.W. Friday, Feb. I, 1963 Edmonds St., died January 23. Requiem / January 28 Holy Rosary Church Burial Holyrood. Born In MarshaHtown, Iowa. Come here 30 years ago. Was n secre- tary with Mobile Oil Co. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Dorlslee Rylond, Se- attle, and Mrs. Denise Massle, Sunny- vale, Calif.; eight grandchildren, West Munerel Home. GREGORY, Mrs. John J. (Marie), 76, 1926 Second Ave., died January 25. Requiem January 20 St. Anne Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Switzerland. Came here 45 years aga. Surviving is a brother, Emil Zihlman, Tacoma. HALE, Mrs. Margaret, 04, St. VIn- cent Home, died January 24. Requiem January 28 St. JoSeph Church. Born in Oakland, Calif. Came here 40 years ago. Member of the Children of Mary of Forest Rtdge; Third Order at St. Francis; Assocint/on for Catholic Child. hood; and St. Vincent Home Auxi- liary. Survivors: niece, Mrs. Nolan Fur. row of HIIIsboro, Ore.; and nephews, James Nolan of Hiltsboro and Robert Nolan of Los Angeles. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. MclNTOSH, Lonnie, 64, 325 Sum- mit Ave. E., died January 20. Re- quJem January 31 St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born In Canada Came here as a child Won the title af Alaskan lightweight champion at the age at 21. Was chief of PoNce in Ketchlkan and then entered the fed- eral service. Was with the Treasury Department, Alcohol Tax Unit, Secret Service, Customs Service, Bureau of Narcotics, nnd Intelligence Unit, re- tiring In 1954. Was chief of detectives for the King County Sheriff. Was a fife member of the Ketchikan Elks Lodge. Survivors: wife, Mrs. Thelma (Pnt) Mclntosh, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Perry G. Johnson, Portland, Ore.; stepson, Wayne V. Patterson, Seattle; slsters, Mrs. Delta Campbell and Mrs. C. J. Helgeland,. both of Seattle, and four grandchildren. Bonney-Watson Fu- neral Home. MULLAN, Margaret R., 79, 2010 Minor Ave. E., died January 22. Re- quite January 26 St. Patrick Church. Burlal Calvary. Barn In Canada. Come here 2S years ago. There are no known survivors. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. NEWELS, Mrs, Dorthulu Octavia, $2, 928 23rd Ave., died Jdnuary 22. Re- quiem January 28 Immoculdte Con- ception Church. Burll Holyrood. BOrn in Blsbee, A'lz. Came here in 1929 from Portland. Survivors: husband, Grant H.; son, Grant H., Jr., Vancouver, B.C.; daughters, Mrs. Albert Batlard, Mrs. Arlella Robinson, Mrs. John Smith, and Mrs. Anthony S0ffll, oil of Seattle; father, Edgar Williams, Pod- land; sisters, Miss Geraldine Wlfllams, Seattle, Mrs. Jack D. Holsclaw, He- vada, Calif., and ten grandchildren. Columbia Funeral Home. RASH, Ace W., 63, 730 Bellevue Ave. E., died January 23. Requiem January 25 St. Patrick Church. Burial Holyr0od. Born in Powersville, Me. Came here 23 years ago. Member of Holy Name Society. Was a past vice-president of the Independent Garage Owners' As. soclatlon and was a partner in Flick & Rash Auto Repolr. Survivors: wife, Loretta K.; three sons, Robert, Yoklmo, and James D., and Kelth P Rash, both of Seattle; mother, Mrs. O. N. Rash, Manlier, Chelan County; brother, Reuben Rash, Wenatchee, and sisters, Mrs. Barney Tosch, Cashmere, Chelan County, and Mrs. Carl Brown, Monitor. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. PHILLIPS, :do,, 79 Route 2, died Jan. 25. Requiem Jan. 29 St. Mary Church. Burial MS. Carmel Cemetery. Barn In CH 4-1913 3555 N.E. 91st. LA 2-2278. WEDGWOOD--Attractive 'Teen.Age' 3- years. Member of Altar Society, Our 24 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holy- HELP WANTEDFEMALE (mere. St. Francis Parish) Bedroom home, close schools and shop- Lady at Perpetual Help Church, Everett. rood Born the Phlllpplne Islands. ping. Large living room with fireplace Survivors: brother, Adolph Nelson, and a Came here i years ago. Was a con- and new wall to wall carpeting. Sepo-slster, Mrs. HIIdaMyers, both of Marys- LEGAL NOTICES nery worker and a member of the SALES'YLICI.I LEGAL NOTICES ra,e dining. Large utility room with vllle. Cassldy Funeral Home. Cannery Workers' Union. Surviving are TATION; SOME EXPERIENCE PRE-I Sr Theodota room tor chlldren to play, attached gn- a brother,calif., 0nd PlOa nephew,SUnlga' Walnutseattle. Creek,John FERRED. GOOD WEEKLY WAGES. I a   rage. Large lot with shrubs and native FLETCHER, Milton, 87, 1911 Fourth  - trees. Approx. $675 w handle FHA St., died Jan. 23. Requiem Jan. 28 St. Kalln Funeral Home. HORT HOURS. PLEASANT ENVIRON- Murtel Mawer, at Karr, Tuttle, Campbell, terms. Mary Church. Burlnl Marysvllle Catho- WILL M. DERiG 'rMENT. CALL PERSONALLY OR TELE- Dies At Koch & Granberg, Anorneys Iic Cemetery. Cassldy Funeral Home. LESLIE H. DILLS SWIFT, Mrs. Charloffe, 79, died Janu- -'L. PHONE MA2-8880 Ext. 18. 1210-1411 4th Avenue Building Crawford & Conover, Inc. Attorneys ary 23. Requlem January 26 St. James .'IOUSEKEEPER v/onted for perish neor Seattle, Wash. ALBERT BALCH, REALTOR 90/Arctic Building Seoffle-.-one priest; convenient smqll '"" X'" -"-r""-urs" N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 8040 35th Ave. N.E. LA S-5.5 Seattle 4, Wash. Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born In house; social security c0verage-wrlte State of Washington for the County all IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Montana. Came here 44 years ago. ; box "D". King , BLESSED SACRAMENT State of Washington for the County Survivors: son, Richard L. Swift, and OUSEKEEPER FOR SEATTLE REO v,rYLHursT, Ore.--Sister In the Matter of the Estate of INA $200 DOWN LEGAL NOTICES o, King a daughter, Mrs. Louise O'Leery, both SECOR STAFFORD, Deceased. In Pro. In the Matter of the Estate of EVELYN of Seattle. Bohney-Watson Funeral , TORY. 2 priests. Reply to Progress, Mary Teodota, 82, died at the bate. No. 166614. Notice of Hearing Fi-: 3 Bedrooms i$3 Notice of Hearing Final Re- Box "W".  L. BOVEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. Home. : Convent of the Holy Names nal Report and Petition far Distribu- tion. RECREATION ROOM OFFICIAL NOTICE port and Petition for Distribution. ; INCOME TAX $ER1CR here January 22 to]lowing a Notice Is hereby given that RUDOLPH Notice Is hereby given that Donald W. TRACY, Mrs. Edith Wilkenson, 77, INCOME TAX short illness. Burial was in the SANDER, Executor of the Estate of INA Univ.--Walllngford EDICTAL CITATION Bov.y, Administrator at the Estate at dJed January 23. Requiem January 20 Evelyn L. Bovey has filed In the office Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathe- SECOR STAFFORD, Deceased, has fed ONLY $12,000 In Re Nullity of Marriage CHEADLE Of the clerk of sold court his Final dral. Burial Holyrood. Born In Chicago Assistance--Your place or Ours convent cemetery. In the office at the Clerk of sold Court A. L. ANDERSON Sister spent over 50 years in his final Report and petition tor'dstri- Fine family home close to ALL scheals, vs. WlLLEY. Rachel Willey has flied Report and Petition for Distribution, and formerly lived In Name and Car. butlon, asking the Court to settle sold bus and shopping. Hardwood firs., fire- o petition for an ecclesiastical decree asking the court to settle said raped, dova, Alaska. Member of the Children . PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) the re]igious life as a music Report, distribute the property to the place, full bsmt. with the finest of oil of nullity In the case of her marriage distribute the property to the persons of Mary and active In work for St. teacher. She was a boarding persons thereto entitled and to discharge H.W. heat. Just listed today and priced with Joseph Cheadle, contracted In thereto entitled and to dlschnrge sold Vincent Home nnd Forest Ridge Con- said Rudolph Sander, Executor; and that for Immediate solel Call ME 2.4200. Seattle April 27, 1935, whose present admlnlstrotor; and that said report and vent. There are no Immediate Sur- ; BIRTHS school prefect and was superior sold Report and petition will be heard on Marle Moss Rlty., 1716 N. 45th. address Is unknown, petltlon wlll be heard on the 15th daY vlvors. Bonney-Watsan Funeral Home. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that of February, 1963, at 9:30 a.m., at the , of Star of the Sea Convent at theA.M.20that theday Courtf FebruarY,Room of1963'the atprobate10:00 ST. JOSEPH'S the Court has made'an order requiring coud room of the probate department BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph's General Astoria, Ore. Her last appoillt- Department of sold Court, at which time QUALITY BUILT view home In very Joseph Cheadle be, and IS hereby Ited Of sold court, at which time and place TWOMEY, Mrs. John J., .78, St. Hospital reports the following birth ment before retiring in ]955 and place any person Interested In said pretty area. Hot water heat. Hardwood by edict under penalty of adludlca- any person Interested In sold estate may Vincent Home, died January 23. Re- to Mr. and Mrs.: Estate may appear and file oblectlons floors, throughout. 35 ft. living room. tion In his absence, to appear In per- appear and file oblectlons thereto and qulem January 26 Church of the Im- , was at Holy Names Academy lhereto and contest the same. Den. Breakfast room. Large rec. room. son or )Ya proxy before the under- contest the same. maculate. Burial Holyrood. Born In , Joseph Frederick, Darning, Wash., glrb Jan. 22. in Seattle Doted this 18th day of January, 1963. 2 car garage. For Information call Mrs. signed, a hearing to be held at the Dated this 15th day of January, 1963. Ireland. Came here 20 years ago AInn Amsberry, Blaine, Wash., boy S i S t er "rhc.Jota (Gertrude Date of first publication 1-25, 1963. Murphy, EA 2-2710. Chancery the 11th day at February, NORMAN R. RIDDELL, from Butte, Mont. Member af the NORMAN R. RIDDELL, VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 1963, at 12:00 noon, then and there to Clerk of said Court. auxiliary to the Ancient Order of Jan. 22. Flahive) was born in Bay City, Clerk of sold Coud. 3817 N.E. 45th show cause, If any," why the Court By H. W. POTTER, Hlbernlans. Survivors: a brother and By H. W. Potter, Deputy. LA 2-5626 should not decree the nullity of the Deputy. sister in Ireland, and a niece, Jullo Uchordjon. 25.Ames' 1250 Starry Road, glrl Mich. She came to Seattle as MURIAL MAWER, at KARR, TUTTLE, sold marriage according to the petition WILL M. DERIG Ann Connolly, Seattle. Bonney-Wa|son EVERETT -- Providence Hospital i'e. a young woman and entered CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG. on file. LESLIE H. DILLS Funeral Home. Attorneys for Estate, LEGAL WITNESS my hand with the seal f Attorneys for Estate, ports the lotlowlng births to Mr. and the novitiate in Portland. She 1210.,4n 4th Avenue Building NOTICES the Court affixed, this 30th day o 907 Arctic Building Mrs.: celebrated her Golden Jubilee Seatlle, Wash. January, 1963. Seattle 4, Wash. Theodore MIkula, girl, Dec. 27. Of profession two years ago. Final 2-8-631 SecretarY(Ray.) William Treacy 1963.Date of first publication January 18th, Marian Congress Darrell Gotfney, girl, Dec. 28. I KARR, TUTTLE, CAMFBELL, First Publication February I, 1963. Final 2.1-63 ', Erwin Wlmmer, boy, Dec. 29. "]'here are no immediate sur- e.nn,.,. ........ I KOCH & GRANBERG Final Publication February S, 1963. Robert McLead, boy, Dec. 29. vivors. '"Attorneys' ',.UK I 1210"--1411 FoUrthAttrneySAvenue Building ...... CARROLL & VERZANI Louis Ryba, boy, Dec. 29. 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 1411 ) S='nffle I Wash --- - ,-,,---, Afforne s MIIo Davis, girl, Dec, 29. Kent, Wash. I IN TH = rD' .,,. ^ , =Ll.=t i= v ..v Y RonaldGoetz, glrb Dec. 30. Req ie S id ,.., ,lid .................................. Atternevs 502WashlngteaBImi ............... ., . vr .,, t ........ " Maria Rosetfl, girl, Jan. 2. U m a _._ttn ............  nf Wnhlnntnn, ........... ' .............  ..... ...... l  ate at wasn,ngron for the County of 505 Arch B'ld[g., Seattle 4, Wash. Seattle, Wash. Darrell Ford, boy, Jan. 4. King rmg. IN THE SUPER OR COURT OF THE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE /llbed'Larry Paterson, boy, Jan. 8.Juble, girl, Jan. 10. For J FJIIIIIOIkIMMF In the matter of the EstatL ENR GHT, Decedsed ......... ........ n Probate NoDIm rne mtter f the Estate fGARET R. MULLAN, Deceased.MAR'In State of Wnshlnaton for the County ofKing ...... State of Washington for the County ofKing. a qbellVVV 170041 Notice t C dlt'n  " "l proaate NO 170334 NOtiCe to creditors n the Matter of the Estate of GENEVA n the matter of the Estate Of JEANNE ugh Adams, girl, Jan. t3. . o _r ..... r_. N t .... Theodore Langan, girl, Jan. 14. a, Notice Is hereby given that the under-] . o ce.ls hereby given that the under* STANFORD, Deceased. In probate. No. D. BURKEY, Deceased. In probate. M i Di  signedhasbeenapponledandhosquall.islgnednasbeenappointedandhas t69367Notcetocreditors j No. 170327. Notice to creditors. Robert Wingender, girl, Jan. 14. OV e r ctor fled as administratr x of the estate at qualified as Executor of the estate of Notice s hereby given that the under- t Notice Is hereby given that the under- George Stever, glrl, Jan. 15. Edward L. EnrJght, Deceased" that alI IMARGARET R. MULLAN, Deceesefl; signed have been appointed and have1 signed has been appointed and has Michael Schons, girl, Jan. 18. LOS ANGELC;-S, ,.1" an. 31 persons having claims ago nst' sad de- that all persons having claims against qualified as ca-executors of the estate ofjquallfied as Executor of the estate of ceased ore hereby requ red to serve the said deceased are hereby required to lGeneva Stanford, Deceased: that al Jeanne D. Burkey, Deceased; thnt all ThomaSHoward Holbrook,RamJrez' glrll,boy, Jan.Jan. 20.19" (NC)--Requiem Mass for John some duly verified, on sold adm nJstra- serve the some, duly verified, on sold persons having clnlms against sold de- persons having claims against enid de- Ralph Packard, boy, Jan. 21. V. Brrow, 58, motion ficture trlx or her attorneys of record at the l executor or his attorneys at record at!cea;ed ore hereby required to serve lhetceased are hereby required to serve the address below stated and f e the somel the address below stated, and file thelsame duy waffled, on said Joyce Snn.leame, duly verified on said John N. Albert Ploll, boy, Jan. 24. producer-direct0r Bnd author, with the Clark of sold Court together same with the Clerk of said Court, to-jderson and Arthur J. O'Sullivan or thelrlBurkey or hts offorney of record at Bernard Award, boy, Jan. 25. was offered in the Church of with proof of such service vithin slxlgether with proof at such service wlthlnlottorneys ot record at the address be-tthe address below stated, and  file the months offer the data of f rst pub catlonlslx months after the date of first publ ca-Jlow stated, and file the same with theisame w th the Clerk of sold Court, to- SEATTLE--St. Frances Xavier Cebrlnl the Good Shepherd in Beverly of this notice, or the same will be barred, ltion at this notice, or the same will belClerk of sold Court, together wlth prootjgether with proof of such service within Hespital reports the folluwlng birth ta .lMr. and Mrs.: Hills by Msgr. Daniel SullivEn, Dale at first pub cation January 25,1barred of such service, within six months oftersix months offer the date of fret pubf- 1963. I Date at flrst publication, Feb. 1, 1963. the date at first publication at this no.lcatlon of this notice, or the same will _awrence Sheepman, boy, Jan. 15. the pastor. Burial was in Holy ETHEL B. SHANNON t PAYNE KARR, rice, or tho some will be barred, be barred. ll3,onard Manglnt, girl, Jan. 17. Cross Cemetery. Admlnlstratrlx of sold Estate. j Executor of said Estate, Date of first publieatlon January 4th, I Date of first publication, Feb. 1, 1963. John Hayes, girl, Jan. 18. 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 148, 1210--1411 Fourth Avenue Bldg. 1963. JOHN N. BURKEY, Thomas Walls, boy, Jan. 19. Farrow died 3anuary 27 of Kent, Wash. Seattle 1, Wash. JOYCE SANDERSON Executor of said Estate CURRAN & CURRAN MURIEL MAWER of ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN 502 Washlngton Bldg., CIIffordRobert Headrlck,Endrlzzl' bOY,boy, Jan.Jan.19.20. En apparent heart attack at Attorneys for Estate, KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, Co.Executors of sold Estate Seattle, Wash. Robed Wlemann, twin girls, ,Ion. 22. his home. He was the husband 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 140, t KOCH & GRANBERG, 505 Arctic Bldg., EDNA NIEMELA VERZANI, Wayne Delay, girl, Jan. 23. of Maureen O'Sullivan, motion Kent, Wash. iAttorneys for Estate, SOaHle 4, Wash. Of: CARROLL & VERZANI, Larry Pltts, girl, Jan. 27. picture and stage actress, who Final 2-8-63 1210--1411 Fourth Avenue Building KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys for Estate, Seattle 1, Wash Attorneys for Estate, 502 Washington Bldg. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospllel re.. has been starring in a 8road- Final publication February 15, 1963. 505 Arctic Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. Seattle, Wash. ports the following births to Mr. and way play. She came here from Murlel Mawer of Kerr, Tuttle, Canlpbelh Final Publication February 1, 1963. Final publication February 15, 1963. Koch & Graoberg, Attornsys for Estate Mrs. New York when notified of the 1210.1411 Foarth Avenue Building BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY -_ Robert Everett, boy, Jan. 19. Bnrty Shea, boy, Jan. 20. death. Seattle, Wash. Attorneys KANE & SPELLMAN ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN John McGroth, girl, Jan. 21. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 1407 Alaska Building Attorneys of Kelley & O'Sullivan Ienneth Wolf, girl, Jan. 21. Farrow was born in Syd- State of Washington for the County at Seattle, Wash. 907 Arena BuItdlng $05 Arctic Bldg., Waiter Flannery, boy, Jan. 21. nay, Austrailia, was baptized King Seattle 4, Wash. In the Matter of the Estate of JENNIE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT. OF THE Seattle, Wash. .;" George Banschbach, girl, Jan. 21. a Catholic bnt was reared in E. HUBER, Deceased. In Probate. NO. State of Washington for the County of IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE King. State of Washington far the County of State of Washington for the County " 165431. Notice of Hearing Final Report In the matter of the Estate of MARY' King. of King Donn Vey, girl, Jan. 21. the Anglican faith. He re- William Kemp, boy, Jan. 21 . and Petition for Distribution MASILOTTI, Deceased. In probate. Ko. In the mnffer of the Estate of SARAH In the Matter at the Estate of BER- . James Dillon, boy, Jan. 21. turned to the Catholic Chnrch Notice Is hereby given thai Addle Ash, 166436. Notice to creditors. SCHNEIDER, Deceased. In probate. No. NARD JOSEPH CARR, Deceased. In Kenneth Miller, boy, Jan. 24. years ago and was the author bEXre.Clt/XaefdthoEsS?eedf Jennie.E. Hu:; Notice s hereby given that the under- 17=04. Notice to creditors Probate. No. 170100. Notice to Cred- , In Ine omce at I been a olnt a u -- John KotZlnskl, bay, Jan. 24. Of a number of C a t h o I i c th rl,,.  1.-I P^., h^, * D,] s gned has PP ed and h S q all- Notice Is hereby given that the under- Itors. Nace McHugh, boy, Jan. 24. a'ncl ':it' " ""' ":""" :" ...... :..."lfied as Admlnlstrotrlx/WWA at the estate signed has been oppelnted and has quail- Notice Is hereby given that the under- p i non tar alstrloutlon, asking me ^f AA... ^asllottl D ..... ^" that aH ^- - =---^- ^ *h. =,,  e,h signed has been appointed and has ,.. Joseph Glnottl, boy, Jan. 25. books, including "Pageant of Court to =HI* --'"  ....  "'-'-".-*- *"^, ...... " ............................................. ............ " .............. "= in clal ' ,ronPrtv tn the, nrnn fhr. ,ntitl,rllP ersons haY g ms against said de-Schneder, Deceased; that all persons qualified as Executor of the estate of - Joseph Curulla, girl, Jan. 27. the Popes," "Damien the nd-to'dtscho'rae'so['("Al'e's'.'"anl ceased are hereby required to serve the1 hay ng claims against enid deceased ore BERNARD JOSEPH CARR, Deceased; ' that all persons havlng clalms against ; Thomas Simpson Jr., girl, Jan. 27. Leper," and "The Story of that said Reportand petition w II be'hear; same dul.Y ver!r n on .said Jenny Ro- hereby required toserve the same, dulY[sol d deceased are hereby required to TACOMA--St. Joseph Hospital reperts Thomas More." on the 2,qh d ,, , ^ ,,,,,:h'"'" ,.,'/" , ,v.vln'nnl VeTII or nerwattateeY at recora at me verified on sold bxeculor or his altar- the following birth to Mr. and Mrs.: AM nt the, Churl Innm'nf the, Prnht*l address belo S d, and file the somelneys of record at the address below serve the some duly verified, on sold ............................... I rk of t Longworth, girl, Jan. 11. Besides his wife, he is sur- Deartm-*. .. .^' o,.,";" ,.,P"'* ,.^* --..."hh .,,,,=*;';with the Ce said Court, ogether',stated, and file the same with the Clerk William J. Carr or his attorneys of and niece nnv n,rnn Intert,d in nld]with proof of such servlce within sx!of enid Court, together w th proof of such record at the address below stated, and Wagner, boy, Jan. 11. wived by six children. Farrow .......................... . .... h d ...... I " ._ file the same with the Clerk of enid EMote may aooear and file obectlons! manes otter r rile at first puol cation service within six months offer me date Court, together with proof of such Ear- John Woitanowicz, girl, Jan. 14. .... iot this notice, or the same will he barred, of first publication of this notice, or the vice within 5ix months offer the dote : Allen Roy, boy, Jan. 15. was awarded a number of thereto and contest the same. ... Harold Wilson, girl Jan. 16. honors for his works, including Doted this 15th day of January, 1963. t Date of first publication February 1, same will be barred, of first publication of this notice, or Date of first publication Jan. 18, 1963. 19 Date of first publication, February 1, the same will be barred. Wallace Dohl, boy, Jan. 16. a Knight of the Grand Cross NORMAN R. RIDDELL, JENNY RAVETTI 1963. Date of first publication January 10, : Edward Hutson, boy, Jan. 10. Admlnlstrotrlx/WWA of said Estate ROBERT C. SCHNEIDER 1963. Robert Downing, boy, Jan. 18. of the Holy Sepulchre, and a Clerk of said Court. R.S. HOFEDITZ, 1407 Alaska Building Executor of sold Estate. WILLIAM J. CARR John Melchlorre, girl, Jan. 18. Knight of St. 3ohn of Jeru- Deputy. Seattle, Wash. 907 Arctic Building, Executor of sold Estate. " Scott Pepper, girl, Jan. 19. salem. He won a Academy MURIEL MAWER of KARR, TUTTLE, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Seattle, Wash. 505 Arctic Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ; Michael Kulesza, bay, Jan. 19. CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG i By ROBERT H. LAMB, KANE & SPELLMAN ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN " Laddie Taylor, boy, Jan. 19. Award for the best screen play Atlorneys for Estate, 'lAttorneys for Estate, Attorneys for Estate, at KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Building 1407 Alaska Building, 907 Arctic Building, 505 Arctic Bldg., -. Rabed Fritz, girl, Jan. 20. Of 1956, "Around the World Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. ," Jack Horton, boy, Jan. 20. Seattle, Wash. Seattle 4, Wash. Michael Flannery, boy, Jan. 21. in 80 Days." Final 24.63 Finn pubffcation February 1S, 1963. Final publication February 1S, 191. Final 2-1.63 Requiem Said For Edward Kelly A solemn high requiem Mass was celebrated Tuesday, Jan. 29, in Our Lady of Guadalupe Church for Edward P. Kelly, 71, who died January 25 at his home, 6633 Holly Place S.W. Celebrant of the Mass was Rev. Richard Stohr, pastor of the parish. The deacon was Rev. .I". A. Carroll, $3., a nephew of Mr. Kelly's and the subdeacon was Rev. Brendan Coleman, assistant pastor. Mr. Kelly was born in New Brunswick, Canada and came here 43 years ago from Boston. He was a truck driver for the Holert Electric Co. prior to his retirement. He was a member of the Holy Name Society, and the Ushers Club of Our Lady of Guada- hpe and was also a member of the American Legion, Surviving Mr. Kelly are his wife, Loretto; two daughters,. Mrs. Robert C. MohrbacheT, Bellevue and Mrs. Harold Jacobson, Seattle; a son, Ed- ward of Oroville and five sisters, Mrs. Alex Mclntosh, Mrs. William Pendergast, Mrs. James Fitzmorris, Mrs. Emmett Carroll and Beatrice Kelly, and a brother, Louis, all of Seattle; and two grandchildren. The Rev. Emmett Carroll, S.I., now in Rome, is another nephew of Mr. Kelly's. Shelton DOWNIE, Robert Lee, 65, Route 1, died Jnn. 25. Requiem Jan. 29 St. Ed- ward Church. Burial Calvary, TacOma. Born tn Seattle. Lived In Mason County past 12 years. Surlvovors: wlfe, Agnes; two daughters, Mrs. Weulcla WIIkins, Su- qunmlsh, and Mrs. Mary Effa Mar- rant, TacOma; two brothers, Ford H. Downle, Tacoma, nnd Tom Downte, San Diego, Callt.; two sisters, Mrs. E a r l Turner, Beaver and Mrs. Rudolph John. son, Olympln. Tacoma LAMB, Mrs. Kenneth (Josephine) H. 36, 9405 S. Sheridan Ave., died Jan. 24. Requiem Jan. 26 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born and lived here all her life. Survivors: husband; four sons, Kenneth, Scoff, John and Eleven, and two daughters, Jean and Theresa; moth- "g S{'th:"; ;" 'er, Mrs'. Anna Fisher, Tocama;brother, x AV SUNIGA, Juan D., Reaulem J n " "Charles Fisher, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. $., died January 10. .4 a uary Katherine Rendlna, Lofts Island, N.Y. Gatfney Funeral Home. Vancouver " CRAHAN, Mrs. Frances, 105 W. 29th St., died Jan. 23. Requiem .Jan. 25 St, James Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born tn Minnesota and Ilved here 49 years. Survivors: several nieces and nephews, Hamtlton-Mylan F u n r a I Home. PARISH, Harry O., 94, 201 N.E. Alkl Road, died Jan. 19. Requiem Jan. 24" Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Born In Baroboo, Wls. Veteran of the Span. fsh American War and World War I. Survivors: sons, Steve and John of Minneapolis; daughter, Mrs. June Brown, Minneapolis. Hnmffton-Mylen Funeral Home //offeer00 FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty For Fatima FATIMA, Portugal (NC)--The MElrose permanent committee for inter- national Marian congresses has 2-0100 decided a world congress will be S08 North 36th held here in 1967 to mark the 50th anniversary of the appari- Seattle ti0ns of Our Lady in this Portu- GEORGE HOFFNER guese village, it was announced Owner here. ii i i John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned nd Operated Yeal ON-GROUNDS PARKING 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Heert o t tke Medical Center i i Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home PAUL I,. MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. 11th, Vancouver OX. 4-2537 i i i /