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CLASSIFIED RATE: D 30 PER LINE Forms Close WedmDsday, 4:30 p.m, PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 m i i i m w , AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE IVERSITY CIEVROLET CO. E. 2-4333. RF_. SU. 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S t i ,t CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER.. l.Jk, 5-5450 ii CONTRACTING R O OF ItEPAIRINO, new roofs, gutters and downopuuto. Aobutos and eompooltlon sid- ing. Free enttmatoo. Guaranteed work. Call (L R. MARGY/S. KA. 4-8tEl 640 Poplar Plae HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO, Complete remodeling service. room additions, repairs, inter- ior. exterior, Insured. References. i Up to 5 years to pay. I PA 2-4463 ANKtNS & MYERS Palntln Cu--n 1 material guaranteed, LA. 3-1202 or SO. 2-6324 ii ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS QUEEN CITY ELECTRIC WIRING RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL AT. 4-0545 (iViem. St. Anne's Parish) . FOP DwE NTERTAI N M E------- TORTILLAS I LA MF_,XICANA Mexl - Catessenl 9436 16th Ave. kW. WE. 5-14801 iiiiiii ii i i iii i li i ii ii - -" H6MESO'R SAd - " ST LUKE'S PRICED BELOW APPRAISAL 4 BEDROOMS FINISHED REC. RM. DOUBLE PLUMBING FORMAL DINING ROOM OVERSIZE KITCHEN $17,750 ONLY 3 BLOCKS TO PAROCHIAl. SCttOOL AND BUS. Beautiful modern 5-year-old home in choicest of locations on quiet streets with no through traffic. Easy access to back yard with ample room for your boat or trailer. It w|ll pay you to see this top family home today. Call on A(I. No. 3160. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., Lake City office, __?33___00__Bt__he!}__Wa . EM'_4--Jl_S0:_ C-21 EVICTEES BUY YOUR OWN .2-BEDROOM $150 DOWN $62.50 PER MONTH $8,500 You should buy your own apart- ment building, but we have a much simpler solution to your problem. You can have peace and security for a lifetime at very little expense. It is so easy to buy this attractive snow white 2 bedroom home---featur- ing: cozy living room. dining room, wife-saver kitchen with sunny breakfast nook, 5 piece hath, oil heat, situated on level 60x125 ft. grounds with a back- srOUnd of tall native trees. O21dY minutes to Boelngs walking distance io large super- market. Iturry! Call CH 3-1550. Soufh End Brokers, Inc. 11035-]st Ave. So. FOR RENT ' I ST. CATHERINE S ASSEMBLY HOTEL ,4 oroAC .... blockl "T I,,9 U I\\; IV1.9, Iean, comfortame, warm, Ito Cathedral. Color T.V. Lobby.{ *) RATP4Q VPensloners welcome. Weekly, i- w, ., ,. monthly rates MA 3-4174. r- Dr'DIAler" DCkA'T ..... " ..... --------I VI I\\; L..FI._FM..,L.----Lg.,,)IVI I. NEAR ST. JOHN'S If you've been looking for a BIG 2 Bedroom duplex. Fireplace. Ga-, home on a BIG lot in a conveni- rage, basement. No pets. Eve- I ent location--this is ltt This sings. SU 2-1159. immaculate, family home in a top area is near bus and schools HOMES FOR SALE VIEW VIEW LAKE WASH. CASCADES 2 BDRMS. PLUS ALL EXTRA LARGE ROOMS FULL BASEMENT One of lhe best views of LAKE WASHINGTON to come ihisl way in a long, long time! Situ- ated on a private street, withi its picture windows, the view is breathtaking!!! Come home in the evening and light tne rag- sized fireplace, sit down and HOMES POR SALE Pray for them... VACANT' $14,225 EASY TERMS! View setting In the "U" district-- big solid and really nice look- Ing.--has hardwood floors and fireplace. Garage. Full basement wllh new oil furnace. You can move right in. Mutual Realty, Inc. 4728 University Way. LA. 4-2500 ST. FRANCIS PARISH 3-BEDRM. FAMILY ROOM O the charity of your Masses and prayers are com- mended the souls of the fol- lowing departed priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Louis Caramello, S,J., died Feb. 14, 1949. The Rev. 0tmar B0esch, died Feb. 15, 1961. Alderwood Manor BRICK & CEDAR :I relax. There is ahvays activity on lhe Lake to he enjoyed. All GREGORY HEIGHTS ! McCLELLAN, James David, rooms are large and the upkeep ls at a minimum. For further $550 DOWN 21. died February 5. Requiem delatls, call P.ture Floor Plans Level hr.k$'00500darand. I February 8 St Plus Church Inc.. on Ad No. 1802. y 'e rambler Mountla'ke Terrace. Burial Holy- 18332 AURORA NORTH situated it] an exclusive district* rood. Born in Los Angeles. Came I here In 1955. Graduate of Queen Li. 2-3t84 or MU. 2-6860 of fine homes (an address you Anne High School. Survivors: ................ can be proud to call your own).l mother, Mrs. Laura C. tlunt. QT /I II/r-,c Featurlng:l.argeli,,ingrm. with! and his stepfather, Lloyd L. ,9/ I--l\\;l-- .) fireplace--dining rm.- sunny l ltunt, Edmonds. Beck Funeral 5 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS DAYLIGHT BASEMENT 2 FIREPLACES DELIGHTFUL 8 YEAR OLD FAMILY HOME. Entrance hall. Oversize living room. Iiuge kitchen with dishwasher and narbage disposal. Family eat- g space galore. Bedrooms are twin-size, both baths are high tile. ltardwood floors through- out Eieet'ic lights have touch controls with masier control in kitchen and master bedroom. hardwood kitchen--utility rm.--! Home. sparkling tile master bath -- 3 generous-size bedrooms and an/ attractive family room with sop- / orate % bath L_ huge grounds I Auburn are beautifulh, landscaped with large patio--There is a dandy play house or tool house in th'e back --- Close to parochial and HOYE. Dr. Bartholomew E., 100, died February 3. Requiem public schools. Our exclusive February 6 Holy Family Church ca 1 CH 3-1550. Soufh End Brokers, Inc. Auburn." Born In ew York State. Settled in the Green 11035 Ist Ave. So. River Valley in 1888 Practiced .... ,. .... , throughout the area often on VERY .UM hUKI/bLt- horseback. Survivors: wife. Jane ' Frances. granddaughter M r s. FAMILY HOME i Shella Davison. Auburn. IN EXCELLENT CONDITION I Fasy access to all schools, trans-] portation and shopping. 4 corner/ bedrooms, pleasant day rooms.' Kent Plumbing on both floors. Call l Beautifully finished recreation room. Lovely grounds land- scaped to perfection. Priced at $21,950--L1 2-2151 or come in. Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. RANCH HOMES, INC. ,119 4th Ave. MA 2-6450 ]8042 Aurora No. Li 2-21511 BLESSED SACRAMENT VERY EASY CONTRACT TERMS I 4 BEDROOMS  LEGAL NOTICES EXTRA BATH ! PARTIALLY FURNISHED , JOSEPIt A. HOLLEMAN ONLY $ I0950 i Attorney for Estate VAUGHNER, Mrs. Therena B., 89, died January 31. Requiem February 6 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Native of New Or- leans. Came to Seattle in ]923. Retired seamstress. Survivor: daughters, Mrs. Melba Branham, Sealtlc. and Mrs. Celeste Brooks, Berkeley, Calif.; son, Phillip, Seattle; eight granochlldren, :15 great-grandchildren and seven r e a t - great - grandchildren. ooth-Ashmore Mortuary. O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacramenta, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy 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, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Renton Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 Friday, Feb. 9, 1962 CALLAHAN, Dennis George, S6. 112 3rd Ave.. died February 4. Requiem February 8 St George Church. Burial Holy- rood. Native of St. Wendall Minn. Came lo Sealtle in 1942 from Spalding. Idaho. where he had lived eight years. Retired railroad section foreman. Moved to Renton a year ago. Surviv- ors: wife. May A daughters Mrs. Elleen Everitt. Kent. and Mrs. Patrlvla Long, Sesttle: sons. Leonard J.. of Edmonds I.awrence J.. of Olympia, and Lloyd E. Callahan of Long Bea'ch. Calif.: brother. Edward. St. Cloud Minn.. and 17 grand- children and 27 great-grand- children. Columbia F u n r a ] Home, MASINI. Fred. SO, Renton. died February 3. Requiem February 6 St. Anthony Church. Born in Italy. Came to Seattle in 1908. Retired kiln tender. Member of Eagles. Survivors: wife. Catlerinc; three daughters. Mrs. John E. MatIlla and Mrs. Robert L. Boyeson, both of Sealtle. and Mrs. Richard Mar- tin. Renton: a brother and two sislers, four grandchildren and Two great-grandchildren. Stokes Funeral Home. Seattle AMBROSE. Victor E., 8034 Forest Dr. N.E. Requiem Febru- ary 7 Our Lady of the Lake Ctiureh. Burial Holyrood. Born In Tacoma. Came to Seattle in 1919. Industrial engineer. Sur- vivors: wife. Dorothy; two sons. John Victor and Joseoh Paul. all of Seattle: mother. Eliza DeGen- harp. Seattle. BOTTGER. Mrn. Lawrence (Martha Responte), 55, 513 E. Denny Way, died February 1, Requiem February 3 St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born in New York City. Came to Seattle 51 years ago. Form- erly owned and operated a rcslaurant in the Broadway District Member of Eagles auxiliary and Ancient Order of United Workmen. Survivors: husband: two sisters. Mrs. }garry Harris and Mrs. Gertrude Storlno. both of Seattle: three brothers, Vedo and George Re- sponte, both of Seattle, and Lee Responte, Anaheim, Calif. Mann- ing and Sons Mortuary. JOHNSON, Frank Clifford, 61, 5029 Roosevelt Way N.E.. dled 5. Requiem February February Sacrament Church. Blessed Burial Holyrood. Born in the Isle of Man. England, and came to Burke, Idaho, 55 years ago. lVtoved to Bremerton in 1920 to work in the Puget Sound Naval Shipyards as an electrician. Re- tired in 1954, moving to Seattle le ]955. Member of Electrical Workers Umon. Survivors: wife, Bertha: sons, Richard Frank and William George, both of Scaltle; brothers, George of Seattle and Percy of Osburn, Idaho: sister. Mrs. Edith Van- Berg of Wallace, Idaho; two grandchildren. John Kalin Fu- neral Home, MARTIN. Richard H,. 822 Queen Anne Ave. N. Requiem Iebruarv 6 St. Anne Church. Burial in San Diego. Manning and Sons Mortuary. MAHONEY, Charles Joseph, Sl. 418 E. Loretia PI, died February 1. Requiem February 3 Our Lady Chapel, St. Jame's Cathedral. Burial Calvary, Na- tive of Toronto, C am e to Seattle from Chicago. Mem- ber of St. Vincent de Paul Society of Phoenix, Ariz. His wife, Mary Belle, died January 25. Survivors: two sons, Ternard G.. and Charles J. Jr.. both of Seattle; two daugh- ters. Mrs. Leons Girard, Seattle, and Mrs. E. Lonzo Gilman, Mer- cer Island, six grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. MALOY, Mrs. Lloyd (Lucllle Ann), 30, 2843 N.W. 69th, died February 4. Requiem February 7 St. Afphonsus Church. Burial IIolyrood. Survivors: husband: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Sattler, Seattle: sisters, Mrs. Douglas Peterson, Miss Jean Settler: brother, John Sattler. all of Seattle. MARKUI, William J,, 115 N.W. 80th. Requiem February 7 St. John Church. Burial Holy- rood. Member of Sailors' Union. RAYM.AKER, Mildred M., 7707 34th Ave. N. Requiem Febru- ary 5 Our Lady of the Lake. Burial Holyrood. Seattle VERDI, Pasquali, 8 ,, 93S9 8th Ave. S., died Februar 5. Requ- mm February 8 G Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial Calvary. Survivors: daughter. Mrs. Cleea- tine Nardone: two sons. Dominic and Jim Verdi: 12 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. WEBER. Mrs, Anna M,, 84. former Seattle resident died February 2 in a Yakima nurs- ing home. Requiem February 5 St. Alphonsus Church Burial Calvary. Nalive of Au stria. Came to U.S. m 1903. Lived in Seattle from 1913 to 1919 and from 1943 tn 1959. Survivors: five daughlers. Mrs. Richard Nass Mrs, John Antonson. Mrs. Louis Hewhng and Mrs David White. all of Seattle, and Mrs. Otto Wellner. Sunnvslde. Yak- lma Count,,,,; five sons. Joseph of Yakima, Louie of Grandview. George and Frank of Outlook. Yakims County. and John. Marysville, 14 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. Huff- ner's Fisher-Kalfus. WECKERT. Stella, 1510 N,W. 53rd St. Requiem February 9 St. Alphonsus Church. Survivor: son, Edward. WRIGHT. Mrs, Andy J, (Marie), 2010 E. Jansen Court. Requiem February 8 St. Joseph Church. Survivors: husband; daughter, Agnes Hanmer; two sons, Leo and Tommy Warner; sister of Jennie. Bee," Tom, Su- sie. Felix and alan: six grand- children. Booth-Ashmore Mortu- ary. Sumner CONLON, Peter O., 70, died January 31. Requiem February 3 St. Andrew Church. Born in Tacoma. Lived here all his life, Member of Holy Name Society. Owner of Blue Line Stage of the Valley from 1920 to 1940. Mem- ber "of Dairy and Creamery Workers Union. Survivors'. wife. Rachel; son. Jack P. of Taeo- AVAILABLE MARCH 1ST t and offers 2 full baths, formal 5-room home. Picture window dining e.rea and cozy breakfast Solid clean family home In "U"I 1035 Securities Building with unobstructable view. Gasl nook. This home cannot be Wallingford district Close lo all Seattle 1 I%ashlnlon I BURGESS, Joseph W., 73, 5919 heat. Lawn and patio. $75. 34121 duplicated at $16,950 on low  ..... ' schools bus and shopping , I I 46th Ave SW, died January 30 Beach Drive S.W. W'E. 2-7530 or FHA terms. Don't wait, call Rnge. ' refri-., washer, dryer:!SUPLRIOR COURT OF WASHING-, Requiem February 2 Holy "Res- T-9584. NOW! bedroom suites all Included. ton for King County. ! LEGAL NOTICES .re church Burial Holyrood Bdrn in Bismarck, N.D. 'Came 'IA.,,,. -,lR A I 6 BEST'S nc., NEW. IISTING. . Call. ME, 2-4200.... Fstate of REX. I.. ItARPER- , De.-'  - FURNITURE : ............... ' MAR E MOSS REALTY ceased. No, 165607, Notice to ......... here 65 years ago. Blacksmith for the city before his retire- ! D t'%f CZ\\;/r'l T 171_.Nor m 45}h ME 2-4200r CtiditTrson s having claims Atlorn3l}?2mnt?i er; WWA merit. Survivors: Wife, Gertrude LARGEST IJRI.ITUtC :ltts on, I\\;k_,/k_/oFVrL./ , - ........... " "  4741% Rainier Avenue South G.; daughter, Mrs. Walter A. ,. n. ..... . .............. v-n- , NEAR ST. JOSEPHS , against sald estate must serve .. : Sargent, Seattle, and two grand- ..... L at|,,Y" ('Pdtt ' | ,, . , , Large 4-bedroom family home 1% I same . on undersigned appointed  eattlea, WaShington children. *. . r,w''"Tt'P'{IRE; -41(--,H I baths, full basement with: and qualified of estate or its at-I r,rway -oo, A  ............ -d-rondi i i|.1 | ': shower. Fenced yard Garage.,lornev of record ai address belowilN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF .... " ..... I WALK TO "U"--VACANT Carpet and drapes included. ForJ, and "file same wi'th court clerk the State of Washington for the 'Solid, 3 bedroom, basement fire-f appointment call EA. 5-3994. ]with proof of service within six. County of. King. ...... CLAY, Mary Margaret, 4181 HELP WANTED place, hardwood, AC oil fur-i months after January 26, 1962 n ne aatter oz ne Esae o 42nd N.E. died January 31. nace. FHA appraised $13,250-- , ,, being first publication date. i JOSEPH DUNNE,2Decea 4. In Requiem February 3 Chul:ch of SALESWOMENuniform ManufaeturcrWANTED---Schlw a n t s Trl nle ealtg Y. 5-3700,, L [||  *  Aummtstra r ;?:%eRea" Ee "% . rood. Survivors:parents, Mr. and NqadOwnRPayment. LA ADELXIDEoHARPER, ,,o,e o, the Assumption.' Burial Ho]y- t I . . .' .............. , '  i JOSEPH A IIOLI EMAN I Notice is hereby given that An- Mr.% Charles F. Clay; sister, omen to contact scnool$ ell  r,,, , ,,, , 1  .... ' '-- Meena han i his ca l Dorothy E.; brother Charles F., ....... '---but C", ,--, ,, .-,, ,  IAttorney for Estale, Itnony  . . g , n pacty Jr., all nf Seattle: grandfather, In ex erlence not neces.avy k.rlt i. , ,,.. r mgmust bop alert entnusmsuc- " """ an ............. - i 11035 Securities' Building :as Administrator WWA of the ........ st have car and r%f"%klt-i- I1- te"%l' f\\;/I CORBETT, SIDERIUS & {Se'ttle 1 Washington ' tabove Estate, will sell at private Orville M. Clay, Nampa, Idaho. mte ingen.b vt ..... I]l II\\;l 1 b-- "%[ )IIT, Iae'.a, Final2962 ' {sale and for cash the following make calls aster SCHOOL n0urs. 1 N i =. **v, ,, ,-- .v.. ......... - "'" ' described real estate" State age, education, famib Attorneys for Estate, i Lot 1 Block 12, Squire's Lake- COLLETT, Gertrude, 524 Boy- res onsibiilttes and business ex I% I i X / k I  I iT I p . :. .... ,, X- Lg I I V IX I I %1%1 I 847 Logan Bldg. . side Addition to the City of leston N. Requiem February 9 perience, write i'.u. .ox 2.#-vh D [ JI I  k ) V V I .ttt Wo.h BIACH & GESE, Attorneys Seattle as recorded in Volume Our Lady Chapel, St. James Ca- San Francisco, 18 Caliiornla.  v-- . , v . , ........ , ........   ' ' . IJ mill. p-rc r.n,-., ,,.. 5003 190th S.., P.O. Box 304 I 471 of Plats, page 471, records thedral. Burial Holyrood. Mem- IThe money vou would be spenn ....... ' .............. b, ,,r , , .. j ..ofimg..County, WaIngton, ber of Third Orderof St..Fran- ,nu "rY Vd=DVII; I ingon r'en[ would buy this nice the, of.Washington for the I Lynnwo,d V, ash. ....  .and commonly known as: 3721 cls. Survivors: two brothers. Leo ,,,vv, , ......... 5 bedroom PLUS family home _ ,y, ,,, lmg. fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT UI"! South Dakota Street, Seattle, Kern. Bronx, N.Y.. Edward J. J w th snacibus rooms  Trinl In me Matter of the Estate of[ *h tate of Washin,ton for the l Washin,ton Kern Amhurst, N.Y.: niece, iNCOME TAX I plumbing. Located near schools. W LL.IAM ZIMMERMAN., _De- l Count- of Kin- lip the highest and best bidder. Joan Spicer, Seattle. Booth-Ash- ceasco in *-rooae o J.bD'(DU  " VICE \\;,olunteerDark and St. Josenhs. :: -. " ..... " ' 'i ....... Bids musthe submitted in writing more Funeral Home. r ,, low low F'HA terms call Mar iouce to remtors. m the Matter of the estate el a ma be left with the Admin- "Your place or ours.. ! Bra'celin EA 3-8717" Y Notice is hereby given that thel ELIZABETII LcMIER, Deceased.lldratorYwwA at 4741 Rainier vesAT" 4-0885rA 26 ! CLIFTOq ALI3RIGIT RLTRS undersigned has. been appo!nted., No: 160138. Notice to[Avenu e South, Seattle 8,'Washing-' FOILYTH, Mrs. Bertha, 84. ---T#-.Av' "/T?YlI'qTI " " ' --,15 =n,). u,,vc'h'^ V----'av '^ o-u, uu = ,44 theana estatenaS quallfie(of WilhamaS' xecutmXzlmmcrman. ot underslgneduce" is nereOYhas beenglVenappointedtnat toe dat,,tn-" BldSof saleWill' be rcelved until the 527 30th Ave. S., dted January ........................  ..... 30. Requiem February 8 St. ...........  .... i - Climbin-J Deceased. that all !ersons having and has quallhed as executor off Th|s sale ill be made on or M:ary Church. Native of Moo- t 00ehrua00lg'.tor .ser.s the 19,2_The A d- trea00 Lived ,n Seattle 45 years. ' Survivors: daughter. Mrs. Val- Alponsus parishioner, special I NEW CONTEMPORARY ]duly verified, on said Executrix orl:laims aga. ..aid e . elright to reject any and all bids. erie Perusse. San Jose. Calif.: , .... I,tta ,,.nt,, "Nn or-, q IATLtC rl H I DACI:'krNtT ,her attorneys OI recom ac toe ao-lnerey requires lo serve tne same]Firs t ,ubllcation Feh 2 1962 ..... '.-'"kvaia'l'o" tt  8211 z Dmlno--ruuu O/'Or-vlc idress below stated and file theldulv "verified, on said Emaniel i ANTHONY ME'ENAGHAN two grandchildren and four '="'t sIJ 02t6 IMOTHER WILL LOVE THIS/same with the Clerk of saidlLeh'Iler or his attorneys of recordlMALON E & McBRIDE great-grandchildren. ' " ------= .... '- ..... : ....... i BEAUTIFUL NEWHOMEWITH-tCourt together with proof of suchlat the address below stated, andlAttornevs for Administrator WWA ..M-AI:L--washer, small organ, din-{ IN WALKING DISTANCE QFlservie within six months afterfile the same with the Clerk ofI4741% ainler Avenue South ette tables chairs, elect.ric ST LUKES .There is a love w the date of 'first publication of 'said Court together with proof Sa,tt  Washintcm HALEY, Miss Mary, 83, St. iplat'e mirror', heater" and other I entry that 'glees easy access tolthis notice, or the same will belof such ser'vlee within six. monthsllv 3-7860 .... Vincent Home, died F'ebruary 3. mlscllaneous articles. 14141 every room. A huge. livin!barred. {after the date of first publlcationl "Final Feh 9, 1962 Requiem February 6 St, Joseph Seneca .... ant 306 , room with log sze nrepmcew AI Date of first vUhl"'"" ..............., .... . lOt this notice, or the same will, .... =Z'' -- - " Minnesota.Church'[.e Bornthan 30in kitchen that is a dream "lth or,, 26 1962 Jbe barred. built-in range and oven dish- " ' ' ' , f f  ROBERT ALPAUGH ' j GERTRUDE MAY ZI/vIMERMAN t Date o irst publication Jan-I . years before her retirement in ]943. Member of the Women's LOST AND FOUND washer and Bar-B-Q There is, "i.,,,t.. e nta '*. ' ,nr. 9f 199 ' Attorney for Entate ................................ : .......... , City Club, Seattle Retired breakfast spaxe to accomodatel 47 I .... xa,,, ' /s/ EMANIEL LeMIER i 10. Box 717 ....  .......  ...... sl w Teachers Association and St. vnTND the largest family. Dining roomi o,,,. urn.*, ; EX-,',,'- e ta **  %in. o , %Vash. - ' bl la l ............................................ T F Joseph Sodality. Survivors: n.A)y AND CASE i with 8-ft. dou e p te g assJr, n.m 'tr,t,  ;. ! 630n N . nn..,r rrt,, I IN THE SUPERIOR COUR O VTTT CATHEDRAl PARIStI.{ doors. 3 master s] .e bedroom ;iT C.,,.,'.V .......... I Van(./d;U,:, x,.h the State of Washington for brother, George W., Oakland, Haley, Seattle. Bonney-Watson ..... ea]l-MA. 2-8880, Ext. 21 I ltaPrriV:te l b%t, hou (penlXYtorn...s';r Estate, ,RIACH & GESF ........ IInKige utv" of the Estate of Calif. and a nephew, William D. I ' :  847 ] ogan Bldg , Attorneys for Estafe ' " CO. II I I railing leads to the full base-I .... i ....... " on 19t 'xr p'  n DAISY I. O'NEAL, Deceased. No ulSCELLANEOUS FOR SALE i ment, wheer there are 2 morel:}"': -'= ,^^ ".Y2".I:^L" ,''' .......... 363007. Notice of Hearing Final m rlnal wen H bZ  ..wuuu , bedrooms, large recreation room l ' " ' FI Feb' .9:do Report and Petition for Distrl-  EXCHANGE , with fireplace another bath and l ................................... ' ........... button. HALL, Bert, 71, 706 33rd Ave., died February 4. Requiem Feb- ruarv 8 St. Teresa Church. Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Came to Seattle 42 years ago from Vancouver, B.C., to become manager of the Royal Financial Co. Real estate salesman. Sur- vivors: wife, Helen; son, Frank of San Francisco; brother, Wil- liam of Duluth, Minn.: a grand- 3 Mortuary.daughter" Manning and Sons HOSS. Mrs. Richard (Rose Marie), 34 1414 E. Roy St., died January 31. Requiem' February 3 St. " Joseph Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Seattle. Graduate of Forest Ridge and attended Seattle University. NURSING HOMES " Iquired to serve the same duly Irecord at the address below stated, I " ' NORMAN R. RIDDELL, PlanOuntll aandyearaCCrdianago. Survivors:teacher ' . ......  ...... }vet fed, on said Addle Ash, as and file the same with the Clerk Clerk of said Court. husband; daughters, Edna, Linda STUBBINGS NURSING HOME CRAWbt..)KL) & .OINUVtK executrix or her attorneys of of said Court together with proof! By H. W. Potter, and Laura; son, Frederick; ,ftholle onerated - tM(" irecord at the address below of such service within six months Deputy. mother, Mrs. Niels J. Andersen, Pi'va'te cases unl,, ! ii%w, istated, and file the same with thelafter the date of first publication{ ROBERT ALP AUGH all of Seattle; brothers, James State Lle No 6" .8(140 35th Ave. N. E. LA 3-5555:cle.k of said court, together with of this notice or the same will be lAor_ney or :smte, C. Andersen, Seattle; and Roy. 732 16th Ave " " EA 3-6061 ................ i proof of such service, within six barred. .F..o. ox [.(17 Nlels John Andersen, S. J., Los -"'..:=-.'.-;:-".-'.2L='7--- II .t t I'll ^ months after the date of first' Date of first publication 1-26, twLnsto.w, Gates. Calif. Manning and Sons GREENWOOD LX.)IVALESt;N'I mawrnorne F'ILJJS Mree :publication of th s notice, or the,1962, t llnal 2-;a-'2. Mortuary. NURSING HOME ' ' ? 4NN (")Wr',] same will be barred. . ALICE D EDWARDSON, , .......... I I] : ' hi ' "Prlvate and semi-Private" BALANCE AT 120 MONTll , Date of first publ cation, 26t . Guardian of sa d Guardians p ...... Jan 1962 5512 391h Ave South I W 9 StatmM. 2-7575 " " /s/ADDIE AS ' Seattle Wash , -- Beautiful 3 bdrm den 2 sets, "' " ' " I-I ..... " plumbing Exceptionally large.  al I ' " '  - .,,,,,, ,, ,,,, . .... . , l,xecutrlx of s d Estate RICHARD G McCANN, ,,,,,ore ,,, onn ,,.. r... ; 1210, 1411 Fourt re. Bldg.  Attorney for Guardianship, i/  -'/ - "-'-/ PERSONAL e(. 0  ................. -( Seattle, Wash. 11305 Northern IAfe Tower, ,  -o , . I Seatfle, Wash. - FLOWERS PRIVATE CATHOLIC ..  _ IKARR TUTTLE, CAMPBELL,  Final 2-9-62. FAMILY HOME View Kid,',e tKOCI't'& GRANBERG, I Private nurse. Reasonable. -i ...... ': _ Attorneys fo Estate. I .................................. WE. 7-4685 , sets. pmm_mng,. .orms.,.en, 11210 1411-4th Ave. Bldg. ; .... x...... & IVERS Attornea ..................... on 1 IlOOr. leauulul patio. ", erY l Final Feb 9-'62  r,XalZ.,  .....  .o=, w,00,o ,,.., ,.o, .o000 '-' For Valentine nay It .. "Lovlng parents" to glve temper- Charles & S,,Sil Cont-,, I ............................ '. Seattle 4, vann. __ .ary care to children or all ages 5611 N E 65th  L '9250 'IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Iurgently required. Partlcular!y .... A 5-, 1 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS the State of Washington for : PA 9?nnn needed are nomes for newy ....  &i-,/-7- .....  Attorney K ng County '. born infants awaiting adoptive O1. ,'%,,'CO 1008 Olympic N'at'l Bldg. In the Matt'r of the Estate oi'. 111 IiIIvVV placements. Contact Catholic 4 bedroom co]nnial, double plumb-, Seattle Wash. ; F LOR E N C E A. SULLIVAN, Children's Serviese , Tacoma, BR. lng. Rec. room. All appliances. IN Tile SUPER'IOR (X')URT OF I a/k/a F ANDREW SULLIVAN, i $20,500. Call Mr. Garrison AT{ the State of Washington for the, Decease(t. In Probate. No: IllIII IIIIlIIIIlI _a'I-I'HI-W'a 00tOWE00S 2-9359. I  2"6439. " ' [ CountY of King [161502 Notice of Hearing Final BLAINE REALTY In the "Matter of the Estate oflR.epor[ and Petition for Distribu- te]/ ,,_ ^,   SADIE M. KEANE, Deceased. ltion.  . ,,,, . o- ...... In Probate. No 163448. Notice of' Notice is hereby given that PLASTER and STUCCO patehingL--L..L:7_-. ..... . - --.---- .... Itearing Final Rep)rt and Peti-!Robert L McDonald, Executor of our sueclalty Reasonable rates ': tx)c to St. 'ranms, ea- tlon for Distribution. LA 4-556J " LA 4-5986 burst. 4-bedroom rambler. F,mlld,'d Upfm I':.llwricncc (;AFFNI00Y FUN ER AL He | l" Serving Tacoma Since 1905 South Yakima at 10th 3701 Edmunds St. (In Columbia City} I -, .. . ithe Estate of Florence A. Sulli-, , .ouce Is hereby given thatlvan a/k/a F. Andrew Sullivan, I  _ __ _ ..... CH 2-6314 Michael Keane, Administrator ofhas' filed in the office of the{, .tma..a_a...,- _ ----- . = - - - _ " PO'S'I(N WANTED ............................... the Estate of Sadie M. Keane, de-f Clerk of said Court hts Final Re- . -- .  - -_= L'._---" .... =. _ - :" BY BUILDER--QUALITY HOME ceased, has filed in the office ofl!ort and Petition for Dlstribu-lt - - ............... IPlastered, copper plumbing 2 fire- the Clerk of said Court his ftnalllion, asking the Court to settle I -lCturD stenograpner places Birch kitchen fuh base- Report and petition for distribu-lsaid Reporl distribute the prop-l| I| would llkeposition n small of-I ment "lZ, baths $24000 10015 tton asking the Court to settlelerty to the persons thereto en-I| g'r) .TT2r? TIIAC If lice. Box "]3" The Progress. I Sand'Poi'nt Way.'IJ. 3-3054. ' said' Reports, dlstr.ibute the prop- ! titled and to discharge said Exl I rjx. .w ,tLZ'XO I I '-DY--M-N-"*-'-ij-w'a- ............................................. erty to the persons thereto en-lecutor; and that said Report an il I I by seamen who are waltlng fort3 TWIN-SIZE BEDROOM RAM- titled and to discharge said Ad-{Petition[ will be heardqon the 23d1Ii ,,,, #"'TrrT(' [ TX rT,T#" I I ministratol and Ibat said Report day of February 1 62 at 9' ol ILN kJlllD ana IVILN,J II ahips Experienced D a I n t e r s I BLER. "1 baths, Fireplace. " "; ' " " .... of th ' O0 at car-entry will d;;, Built in oven and range Lots of and petition will be heard on thelA.M, at the Court Room e,i ,, g " - " ' " 2nd day nf March 1962 at 9'30 P r o b a t e De artment of said chorea Ph athol( Seamen's mahogany. Wall to 'all carpel. ' ' '' . I ..... M[; )'7"3 l L ....... q) ......... r a n.A.M, at the Court Room of the/Court, at ,,hlc tme and plaeel II .......... " ...... ' *" .............  ......... sat ES ' IIIII II II 1 sewers De.d end stre-t . Probale Department of said Court,/any person lntezested in . d . -.I  , Pi n | i .... block St Benadettes' By 'oner at which time and )lace any per-Irate may appear and file nb-i L PLUMBERS I H "*876 ' ' ' 'son interested tnsatdEstatemay jections "thcrcto and contest the,i nrrpntn t'Inwpr Mien II - appeal' and file objections there- lsame.  ..... !| v|nn || in i ii | | PLUMBING & HEATING '-- ......... to and contest the same. ] DATED this "ro nay oI Jan-ll -- I I -,,,,,  ,x,,,,,,J CHRIST THE KING SERVICE 4 BEDRO)MS Dated this 1st day of February, uary, 1962. II I I Radiant Heating Retail Store] ...... 1962. I D'ate of first publication Jan-rI IkJA  F II ! g' },^CA'DT* Q Cb.lC , . .tO,OOu . I Date of first publication, Feb-luary 26, 1962. !I |VlJe ==/ II L. . IVl%OOf%lX/  JViJ assume contract, ruary 2nd 1962 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, ' 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-fi850 Owner EM 3-2260 " N()RNIA'N R RIDDELL i Clerk of said Court I ]l .... .... Clerk ,,f' sail tour,: ' By if. W. POTTER, I 1007 Boren Avenue II ,a---  .Ot'R LADY OF TI4E LAh:E By H. W. Potter. Deputy. Deputv. I II [ELEViSJON AND I ADIO I=RVlCE  N & :IV 5 BEDROOMS ITHEODOI.E t. CUMMINGS ' LE'IHAN ERS  : : - . -- . - '" 2 BATHS }Attorney for Estate {Attorneys for Estate ' "_ -_-" _ _ _  _---_ FENDRICH RAl')i.t9 & rv Recreation room and butlt ins. 1008 Old'topic Nat'l Bldg. 1114 Norton Building I -- "- -, . z-_  : .-: _ _-  -: - - - -_ - "Member SL Edward' ParisW' $24,250 {Seattle, Wash Seattle 4 Washington i =   I I i i " i; I I i I I BEST'S, INC, rFinal Feb. 16. 1.962. IFinal Feb. 9, 1962. ' PA. 8-117'} LA 3-4864 ) REYNOLDS, Owen James (Charlie), 76. 3909 S. Thistle St., died February 1. Requiem February 5 St. Edward Church. Born in Canada. Came to Seat- tle In 1.906 from Detroit. Sur- vivors: sisters Mrs. Jessie Smock and Mrs. Nellie Reid. both of Grayling, Mich.; Mrs. Elsle Ranlo, Detroit, and Mrs. Minnie G r e e n, Roscommon, Mich.; brothers, Claude, Muske- gon Heights, Mich,; Donald, Mt. Pleasant. Mich,, and Harry, Midland. Mich. Columbia Fu- neral Home, SCHULTZ. Mrs. Edmund H. (George Anna I), 2517 N.E. 120th. Requiem February 5 St. Catherine Chureh. Survivors: husband; daughters, Hele and Mlchelle; son, Edmund H. Jr.. all of Seattle; parents, Mr. and Mrs. George R. Clement, Seat- tle; sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Ervin and Mrs. Kenneth Morgan. SCHWARTZ. Frank, 74, form- erly of 3413 17th Ave. S. Requ- Iem February 3 St. Peter Church. Burial Hdlyrood. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Helen Guhra, Mrs. Wilma Hill; four grandchil- dren, Columbia Funeral Home. STEELE-SHAW. Joseph, 46, 4225 Brooklyn Ave. N.E., died February 1. Requiem February 6 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Ren- ton. History teacher at Garfield High School eight years. Active in Hi-Y work and student ex- changes. Survivors: mother, Mrs. Florence Steele-Shaw. sis- ter, Dorothy Steele-Shaw, both of Seattle. TAKIZAII. Tamotsu S.. 79. 116 37th Ave. E., died February 3. Requiem February 7 St. Teresa Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Yeda, Nagano, Japan. Came to Seattle in 1905. Retired antique dealer. Cateehist, char- ter member of St. Francis Xav- ier Conference of St. Vincent de Paul Society for f6rmer Our Lady Queen of Martyrs (Mary- knob)Parish and of Genko-Kai (Japanese C a t h o l t e Society). Survivors: sons, James, Se- attle, and Raymond, Spokane; daughters, Agnes TakizakL Cin- cinnati; Mrs. George Yuaaa, Mrs. George Miyake and Mrs. Hank Ito, all of Seattle; and Mrs. Frank Hidaka, Tacoma; 31 grandchildren. John Kalin Fu- nera! Home.. Cassidy Jerread' - S Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 Adams ms; two daughters, Mrs. Na- dine Girard of Sumner and Mrs. Retha Ewart of Seattle; eight grandchildren. Jennings Funeral l-Lnme. Tacoma ESCACERGA, Mrs, Charleit Nancy), 59, 2619 E. D St., died January 29. Requiem February 3 1-Io1. Rosary Church. Buria:l Calvm:y. Born in Wolf Point. Mont. Came here 19 years ago from Frazler. Mont. Employe of a nursing home, Survivors: ' husband; seven daughters, Mrs James Lamm, Mrs. Frieda My- ers, Mrs. Marie Brandfas, Mrs. ' lone Bryars, Mrs, Gladys Me- Laughliri and Mrs. Bett Buck, all of Tacoma, and MrS. Ruth . Escacerga; two sons, Charles Jr, of Aztec, N.M., and Everett : of Tacoma: sister. Laura John- : son of Deer Lodge, Mont.; three brothers, Pete. Charles and Lee  Martin, all of Montana: and 26 grandchildren. Priess Senenced : BERLIN, Feb. 1. (NC)--The : Supreme "Court of Soviet Lithuania has ntenced two Lithuanian priests to prison . terms on charges of embezzle- - ment and currency fraud, ac- cording to reports reaching here. Father Louis Povilonis of Klaipeda was sentenced to eight years in iail. His assist- " ant, Father Bronyus Burneikis, was sentenced to four years imprisonment. Tass, the Soviet news agency, reported that the priests' three "accomplices" were given jail terms ranging from one to five years.