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Friday, FeB. 21, 1964 THE PROGRESSmI3 II BUY WITH THEM PROGR, ISS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE= 30C PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 901 TERRY AVE, SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension Zi AUTOJdOBILES FOR SALE A STEAL 1961 SIMCA 2-DOOR HARDTOP Mechanically excellent and very clean. Low milage. New brakes and clutch. Healer, defroster, whitewalls and seat belts, reclining seats, vinyl upholster- ing. Undercoating. All extras are In- cluded. Will sacrifice. LA 2-0262. BOARD & ROOM BOARD AND ROOM FOR YOUNG MAN. CL.OSE TO BLESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH. ME 2-5953. z CARPET WORK "''RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5.5450 IIII CLEANERS SERVICED YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $300 1032 N.E. 62ND LA 2-4671 CONTRACTING FOR ROOP REPAIRING, new roofs, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. UP to 5 years Io pay. PA 24463 SAVE 30% Finest pointing, paper banging. Wall IXIper display on hand. Free estimates. AT 3-1836 I-A CONSTRUCTION ' Home Building & Repairs Concrete Work, Patios, Carports AL 5.3416 III DANCE BANDS DANCE '*To the Storlllers" Church and club dances, are our special- ty. For available dates call C. M. Meulemans. Mere. St. Benedicts, LA 2- 1063. ii FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen P43i 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5.1480 : " P0R m'ENT ST; FJlANCIS--LBASE OPTION Daylight basement with sleeping space. Two bedrooms. Amp e closets. Moun. loin View Separate workshop. On large land,caped yard. Close to Transporta- tion and shopping, li17.S0 month CH 2- 4181 .... ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 I III FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5.1378 Redmond HELP WANTED WANTED: SALESMAN TO TO SELL THE MOST BEAU- TIFUL CATHOLIC BIBLE EVER PUBLISHED. PA 5-5303 COOK WANTED tar small excellent resi- dential hotel. Or, couple to operale small residential hole1. Phone days: MA 3-3452 Evenings EA4-0844 cOOK--FOR SEATTLE RECTORY. Three rlests--LIve In -- References required. epty to Progress Box "H". , :, .:. , PHONE: MA 2-8880 m Local 21 -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday HOMES FOR SALE BLESSED SACRAMENT PARISH BY OWNER NIce S bedroom home In heart of Uni- versity district. Fireplace. Hardwood floors. 2 baths. Recreation room. I block to church and school. $2,000 will take you down to existing FHA Loan. Suitable as two family home or excel. lent for rental. AT 2-8946 or ME3-3372. ST. JOSEPH'S MONTLAKE ATTRACTIVE 7 ROOM BUNGALOW. Nicely arranged with 2 bedroom on main floor with full bath, 2 more bed- rooms up with full bath. FHA app. Owner will carry contract. CALL MRS. MURPHY EA2-2710 VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 NE 45th LA2-5626 LANDSCAPE GARDENING EXPERIENCED GARDENER PRUNING & CLEAN UP WORK EA 3-2849 MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5.0100 DELICIOUS, home,madn broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, 89c per Ib Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (opposite Marshall School). SACRIFICE SWISS MADE ELNA SUPERMATIC SEWING MACHINE. Completely auto- tootle. ZIg-zag and oll attachments. Original costs over $350, will take best offer over S150. LA 2-0262. NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5.2800 STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Prlvotn cases only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME N hr, Registered Nursing lre. Ekcellent Food. (Wash. State LI. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way H.E. LA 3.4296 155AQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1 L . No. 475 -- IiX |.SSil (no tall) |1 i i PERSONAL FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for infants as well as older children. Board rate, reed ca care and ci0thlng are provided by the agency. If you are Interested, please call. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES NOW00 to- WANTED--Female sales clerk. MA 3-7812. Call evenings between 6 and 8. BOOKKEEPER-Typst, part time, pleas- ant surroundings, good opportunity for retired woman, references. Apply Box B, The Progress. I II INCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TAX SERVICE ALL FORMS 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE, EST. KENNEY REALTY (REALTORS) 15919 HIway 99; Lynnwood, Wash. PH. 743-1176 INCOME TAX EXPERTLY DONE 12 YEARS IN SEATTLE AL CAVALIER TAX CONSULTANT SECURITY BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE MA 2-3465 ' FOR APPOINTMENT 1214 2nd Ave. 'Free Parking Next Door' LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Woshlnglon In and for the County of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS. SOCIATION, a corporation, Plolntlft, vs. HERBERT L. PURCELL and AG- NES B. PURCELL, his wife, Defend- ants. No. 615356. Summons by Publi- cation. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO HER- BERT L. PURCELL and AGNES B. PURCELL, his wife, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to wit: wllhln sixty (60) days after thn 7th day at February, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and thn above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a oop.y of your an- swer upon the unders gnea attorneys for the plaintiff at their office as below stated; and in case of your tallure so to do, a Judgment will be granted against you according ta the demands of the compl'alnt, which has been filed with the Clerk of sold court. The obled of this action Is to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, described as: Lot 16 in Block 2, Country Lane Division No. 1, according to plat recorded In Volume 60 of Plats, page 14 and 1S, In King County, Washington. and to obtain a decree eliminating any redemption rights of the defendants or In the alternative, 1o obtain a deficiency ludgment for the balance due on a prom ssory note secured by said mort- gage and for the other and usual Inci- dents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. ROBERT H. LAMB of BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff Address: 1407 Ataska Building Seattle, Washlngt'l=lrst-- Publication 2-7-4 Final 3-13-64 Read The Progress classifieds regularly. If pays[ ST. PHILOMENA SOUND VIEW 4 BDRM. RAMBLER FULL DAYLITE BSMT. BLT-IN APPLIANCES 3 BATHS--GARAGE $23,950 Terrific 1,400 sq. ft. daylight basement home featuring entry hall into gracious living room with floor to ceiling fire, place. Separate dining has glass doors to view sun deck. Sunny kllchen has built-In range, oven, copper hood, bit-In leatherette breakfast nook and loads of birch cabinets. Sparkling hi.tile main dnuble vanity bath, 3 family sized bed- rooms on main floor have wardrobes and built.Ins, master has Its own bath. Full daylight lower level has 2nd fire. place In large recreation room, finished 4th bedroom and 3rd bath with shower. Leads of storage and shop space. On large fenced landscaped grounds. FHA appraised and ready to gel Our ex- clusive. Call CH 3-1550. Souh End Brokers, Inc. 11036 - Ist Ave. South ST CATHERINE'S FULL BRICK $3S0 DN. 4 BEDROOMS BUILT-IN APPLIANCES RECREATION ROOM FULL BASEMENT $16,soo IMMACULATE IS THE WORD for this charming brick home in the heart of Greenlake with view. Huge living room with fireplace. Golden oak floors, mod- ern kitchen with built-In range, oven, dishwasher. 4 large bedrooms. Full basement. Finished recreation room, Garagn. Need we say more. Coil at once: EM4-1100 on Ad No. 2034. Pic- ture Floor Plans Inc. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM 4-1180 OPEN 9 TO 0 P.M. 21/2 ACRES MAJESTIC FIRS IN TOP SECLUDED NEIGHBORHOOD Property cleared ahd ecceptnble for sub- division with expansive territorial view. 200 it. Of black-top Street with city wa- ter In nnd paid. Jo0my 2 bedrm, home that needs cooperative work and o normal amount of expense. Yours for only $12,500 on real nstote contract, or make offer and assume $5,000 mortgage at 4% with payments at $58 per month. BA 6-6363 br AL 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES RENTON, WASH. WEDGWOOD 4 BEDROOMS DOUBLE PLUMBING Close to Our LadY of the Lake. A real family home on dead-end street with curbs and sidewalks. Just $17,750 . . . call Pat Hentschel (member Our Lady of the Lake) . . : LA4.5010. HILLCREST REALTY IN.C--REALTORS PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating... Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA 3-1172 UPHOLSTERING ST. JOSEPH'S HANDICAPPED UPHOLSTERER WILL. 5 BEDROOMS RE-UPHOLSTER your furniture. 5ONABLE. SU 3-2791 DOUBLE PLUMBING PANELLED ENTRY HALL New formlea kitchen with dishwasher Recreatlon room and many other nice features. Close to schools, shopplng LEGAL NOTICES 2d transportation, and all your needs MURIEL MAWER of KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Building Seattle, Wash. 98t01 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King Io the Matter of the Estate of MAR- GARET H. DAUGHERTY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169375. Notice of Hear- Ing Final Report and Petition for Dis- tribution. Notice Is hereby given that PACIFIC NATIONAL BANK, Administrator with Will Annexed af the Estate of MAR- GARET H. DAUGHERTY, Deceased, has filed In the office of the Clerk at said Court its final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle i said Report, distribute .the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Administrator with Will An- nexed; and that said Report and petition will he heard on the 3rd day of March, 1964, at 10:00 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of sold Court, at which time and place any person Interested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 3rd day of February, 1964. Date of first publication February 7, 1964. WALTER W, RENSCHLER Clerk of said Court By R. S. HOFEDITZ Deputy MURIEL MAWER of KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Building MAIn 3-0737 Seattle, Wash. 98101 Final 2-21.64 the family. Call Mary Bracelln. EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT REALTORS 1550 Olive Way EA 5.0700 FOR LEASE OR FOR SALE FEDERAL WAY Modern 3 bedroom, 1V2 baths. Large fire, place. Large attached garage. Newly refinished Interior. 29015 18th Ave. South PA 2-1487 FOR SALE OR LEASE FEDERAL WAY; modern 3 bedroom home. 11/ baths. Fireplace. Large at- tached 0arage. Newly finished Interior. 29015 18th Ave. South. PA 2-1487. LEGAL NOTICES ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Mailer of the Estate of EDNA MAE HENRY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175106. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undnr signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Administrator of the estate of Edna Mac Henry, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said admlnlstra. for or his attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date at first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication February 14, 1964. GUY HENRY, Administrator of sold Estate. 910 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attornny for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Final 2-28-64 MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Wushlngtea tar the County of King. In The Matter of the Estate of COSMO J. ROCKEY, Deceased. in Probate. No. 174979. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby glvnn that the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as Executrix of the estate at Casino J. Rockey, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said executrix or hnr attor- neys of record at the address below slated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date at first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred Date of first publication Feb. 7, 1964. CARMELITA J. ROCKEY, Executrix of said Estate. 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104. JOSEPH MOSCHETTO of MOSCHETTO, ALFIERi & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 Final 2.21-64 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys S0S Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of MARTIN C. GEBUS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 157381 Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that THOMAS D. KELLEY, Administrator of the Estate of MARTIN C. GEBUS, has filed In the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, ask- Ing the Court to settle said Report, dis- tribute the property to the persons there- to entitled and tp discharge said admin- Istrator; and that said Report and peti- tion will be heard on the 3rd day of March, 1964, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any per- son interested In said Estate may oppsor and file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated thls 29th day of January, 1964. Dote of first publlcatlon February 7, 1964. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of sold Court By (S) H. W. POTTER Deputy KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys for Estate $05 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. Final 2.21.64 BEST Close In N.E. 100xl00 LOT $14,750--3 bedrooms, full bsmt, dble. plumb., fruit trees, fireplace, fenced yard. Only $200 dn. A HOT BUYI Key at LA5.6116, Best'e Inc. DASHPOINT SOUND VIEW NEXT DOOR TO CATHOLIC CHURCH One-half block from grade school. 15 minutes Tacoma. Beautiful completely! remodeled older home. 2200 sq ft. of comfort and charm on beautifully land. scuped lot. 180x120 ft. 3 large bedrooms. 1V2 baths. Separate dining room. 25x30 ft. living room with massive stone fire, place. Wall to wall carpet and drapes. GE. appliances Including dishwasher. Lots of built-ins and storagn. Basement, Large double yard. Private circular! driveway. Fruit trees. Only $22,500. Call; Tacoma WAverley 7-0757, or see at 6523 Dashpolnt Blvd., N.E., Tacoma. REDUCED. $1500 BELOW APPRAISAL 4 BEDROOMS RECREATION ROOM--2 BATHS 119 N.E. 130fh Desirable suburban district In city limits, close to Northgate. Neighborhood shop- ping and grade school. Bus 2 blocks. Located on dead-end street. 4 year old custom built. Modern birch kitchen, all electric. Birch panelled breakfast nook for ten. Formal dining room with slid- ing glass doors to sundeck. Living room I has exposed beamed ceiling and pan-! oiled flredloce wall. Recreation room panelled, Indirect lighting, fireplace and built-In bar. Glass doors from recrea. tlon room to large patio. Laundr room. Attached garage and work shop. OII fired hot water baseboard heat. Ap- proisnd value with carpets, drapes and kitchen furniture $28,500. Asking price only $25,500. EM 3-5703. ST. CATHERINE'S Large 3 Bdrm. home, fenced lot, close to bus & shopping. Possible future apt. zoning. RENT W TH OPTION. For in-: format on on these and many otherl excellent Ilsllngs--Call Mrs. Knight, LA 3-1489. AVERBECK RLTY. 8 W. MERCER AT 4.5500 BRYANT-ASSUMPTION VIEW $2600 Beautifully cored-for plush THORNBERG bricK. 3 bdrms., 2 baths, lavishly car- peted and draped living room and sep- arate dining room. Sprlnklered garden and landscaped to perfection. OURS EXCLUSIVELY. EWING & CLARK $507-35th N.E. LA 4.4.400 OPEN 9 TO 9 ST. ANNE'S WEST QUEEN ANNE SWEEPING VIEW 3 bedrooms, fireplace, beautiful condition. $16,950. Call Mr. Garrison. AT2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11/2 BOSTON AT 3 S511 ST. MARK'S NEXT DOOR, secluded area, 2 lovely new homes on largo lots; ramblers, 3 and 4 bedrooms. 2 full baths. Large stone fireplaces. Thick Shake roofs, se- lect red birch Inside finish. Appliances. See those homes before you buy. S23,. 90,;, owner and builder. EM 2-5502.-- lS044 12th N.E. FOR SALE OR LEASE ST. LUKE'S PARISH 4 Bedrooms. Double plumbing. Full dnY- light basement. Large fenced lot. Wall to wall carpellng, $21,500. Owner. LI2- 5784. PRIVATE PARTY MUST SELL. Clean: all electric 3 bedroom home. Living: room, family room. 4 appliances Patio ; Fenced back Yard. On large corner Iot. i 2 blocks from St. Plus Church and school. $12,750. PR 0-8502. i i LEGAL NOTICES CURRAN & CURRAN L Attorneys for Estate 213 4th Ave. SO., P;O. BOX 141 Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ST. LUKES REDUCED ESTATE SETTLEMENT MUST SELL $17,250 3 BEDROOMS $450 DN. Thls charming brick and cedar ramble must be sold and we will take any offer you wish to make. It has been appraised by FHA and wn could ar- range Immediate possession. It Is close to shopping and walking distance to elementnry and Junior High school and only 7 blocks to St. Luke's. All rooms In this fine home are extra large. Huge kitchen with ceramic tile counters, leads of cupboards and ample eating area. 3 extra large bedrooms. Large living room with log-size fireplacn. At- tached garage. Ad  3444 Plcturn Floor Plans, Inc. 18332 Aurora Ave. Li 2-3184 ST. JOHN'S GREEN LAKE--VACANT S11,900 -. $450 DN., 3 BEDRMS., 24 FT. LIV. RM FIREPLACE. 14x14 DIN. ROOM, BKFST. NOOK, FULL BASE- MENT, OVERSIZE GARAGE. THIS IS THE BEST BUY IN OUR FILErP--1ST TIME ADV. CALL LA2-8417 ANYTIME BEST'S, INC. IMPERIAL Easf EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT PJnlsheo homes ready to move into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open aally 10 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call Pres- tige Homes, Inc., SH 6-9221. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY iN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 ST. BENEDICT'S FAMILY HOME WITH 3 BEDROOMS Two complete baths, new floors. Eating space In kitchen, separate dining room. Full daylight basement. Dntached 2 car garage. Only $13,500. FHA terms. 7ON I $14,450 SHORELINE; 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER; fireplace, panelled recreation room, fenced yard. Close schools, bus, QUick possosslon. CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. 8040 35th N.E LA 3-&%5 HOLY FAMILY 6 BEDROOMS 2 bathrooms. Recreation room. Flroplace. Vlew. Double garage. Fenced yard. Dishwasher. Gnrbage disposal. Walk to school. $20,000. WE 5-2463. LAKE HILLS-.4 BEDROOMS $19,000 Daylight basement. 2 fireplaces. L-shaped living and dining room. Bath, kltcheo, 3 bedrooms on main floor. Recreation room and bath unfinished with semi- finished 4th bedroom in basement. Wall to wall carpeting and drapes. 4 blocks to Lake Hills and Crossroads Shopping Center. 2 blocks to St. Louise Church and school. 49 - 1S0th Place S.E., Belle. vue. SH 6-4450. - ONE BLOCK TO ST. LUKE'S 3 bedrooms and passible 4th. Panelled reCetotlon room. Roughed In bath In dayl;ght basement. S19,325. LI 2-8746. ---SWEEPING TERRITORIAL VIEW Contemporary all on one. Beamed cell. lags. 3 bedrooms Plus dan or 4th bed. room. 2 baths. Built.Ins. 90x135 ft. lot. Landscaped. Fruit frees. Between Ren. ton and Seattle. $22,500. Owner. PA2- 695& i LEGAL NOTICES CORBETT, SlDERIUS & Attorneys 1147 Logan Bldg. Seattle, Wa,hlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 5late of Washington for the County of King In the .Maffer of the Estate af MAR- GUERITE MARY RICE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 174999. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby glvnn that the under- signed has been appalnted and has quail- fled as Administrator of the estate of MARGUERITE MARY RICE, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are required to serve the soma duly verified, on said Administrator or his attorneys of record nt the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk af said Court, together with proof of such service wlthln six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred Date of first publlca, flon February 7, 1964. ROGER L. RICE Administrator of sold Estate c/o 047 Logan Bldg. Seattle, Wash, CORBET'T', SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Estate 847 Logan Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 2-21-64 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY State of Washlngfon for the County of Attorneys for Plalntltf King. ' 1407 Alaska Building In the Matter of the Estate of EDWARD[ Seattle, Weshlngton 90104 L. ENRIGHT, Deceased. In Probate. No. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 170041. Notice at Hearing Final Report State of Washington In and for the and Petition for Distribution. ] Count,, of KI  Notice Is her;eby given that Ethel B. JFEDERL NATI"'ONAL MORTGAGE AS- Shannon, admlnlstratrix pf the Estate. of) SOClATION INC, a corporation, Edward L. Enrlght, has filed in the office Plalntltf vs'RAYM(ND G McKiNNEY of the Clerk of sold Court her final Report and I 'H ' L L I S L " McKINNEY and petition for distribution, asking thel his wife MARGARET )' YOUNG, In- Court to settle sold Report, distribute the dlvlduall, and In her ch'paclty as Ad- property to the persons thereto entitled mlnlstratrlx of the Estate of Russell O. and to discharge said admlnlstratrlx; and Young, deceased, and JOHN DOE that said Report and petition will be heard n the 11th day of March, 1964, at 9:30 M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person Interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 11th day of February, 1964. Date of first publication, February 21, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. CURRAN & CURRAN, Attorneys for Estate, 213 4th Ave. So., P.O. Box 140, Kent, Wash. .Final 3-6-6 - MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI i & DRIANO Atlorneys for Estate S63 Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of JENNIE' HOUGHTON, a/k/a Jeonle Valsuano; Deceased. In Probnte. No. 174977. Notice to Credl- tGrs. Notice Is hereby given that tile ulde'r- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the eslote of Jennie Houghton a/k/a Jennie Valsuano, De, ceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sold execulor or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first puhll- cation at this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Feb. 7, 1964. DAVID BOITANO, Executor of said Estate. 563 Olympic National Lifo Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Aflornnys for Estate, 663 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 Final 2.21-64 YOUNG, h e r husband, MARILYN YOUNG and JOHN DOE YOUNG, her husband, KENNETH P. SHORT and JANE DOE .SHORT,' hln wife, dnd PAUL R. CRESSMAN, and JANE DOE CRESSMAN, his wife, d/b/a Short & Crossman, a partnership, WILLIAM MARX a n d JANE DOE MARX, his wile, UNITED STATES OF AMERI- CA, .and FLORENCE E. YOUNG, In her capacity as guardian of the Estate of Marllyn Young, a minor, Defendants. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. No. 615552. 'HE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: RAYMOND G. McKINNEY and PHYL- LIS L. McKINNEY, his wife, Defend- ants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED t( appear within sixty (60) days otter th first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days offer the 21st day of February, 1964, and defend the nbove entitled action and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the underslgned attorneys for the plaintiff at their offices below stated; and In case of your failure so to do, a ludgment will be granted against you according to the demands at the com- plo[nt, wllch has been filed with the clerk of ld court. The oblect of this action is to fore, close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, dascrlbed as: Lot 15, Block 7, Burlen Lake View Tracts, Dlvlslon Nn. 2, according to plat thereof recorded In Volume 19 of Plots, page 07, records of King County; situate In thn Counly af King, State of Washington; and to obtain a decree eliminating any redemption rights of the defendants or In the alternative, to obtain a deficiency udgment for the balance due on a romiseary note secured by said mortgage nd for the other and usual Incidents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. First Publication 2-21-64. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plalntltf BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 1407 Alaska Bulldlng, Final 3-27.64 In Memoriam J O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Robert J'. Smith, died Feb. 22, 1911. The Rev. Michael Mackey, died Feb. 24, 1924. The Rev. Martin Bourke, died Feb. 25, 1951. The Most Rev. Augustine MagloriouB Blanehet, D.D., died Feb. 25, 1887. The Rev. 3'ames F. Barrett, died Feb. 27, 1935. Anacorfes RUFFINO, Benlamln R., 45, died Feb. 13. Requiem Feb. 15, St, Mary Church. Burial Grandvlew Cemetery. Lived in Anacortes three years. Survivors: wife, Pauline; son, Ben, Anacortes; stepson, Ruben Gonzales, Marysvllle; daughter, Mrs. Lorotta Peterson, Anacortes. Bry- son-Engdahl Funeral Home. Bellincjham BROOKS, Robert Drake, 22, of 2205 Washlnglon St., died Feb. 11. Requiem Feb. 14, Assumption Church. Burial Bay View. Lifetime res}dent of Belllngham. Was member of Bellingham Yacht Cluh, Bnlllngham Gun Club and U. S. Army Reserve. Survivors: 1we aunts, Mrs. Richard Pierron, Belllngham, nnd Mrs. Robert Paine, Palm Springs, Calif.; uncle, Frank Brooks, and grandmother, Mrs. Frank M. Brooks, both of Bell- Inghom. Bingham and Jerns Funeral Home. McSORLEY, Egbert A., 60, of 1515 Electric Ave., died Feb. 10. Requiem Feb. 14, Assumption Church, Burial Greenacres Memorial Park. Lifelong resident of Belllngham. Was retired fireman engineer end member at Can- nery Workers Union Local 7S0. Sur- vivors: wife, Collie C.; son, Leonard, Belilnghom; throe daughters, Mrs. Cora Moe Couch, Belllngham; Mrs. Caroline Smith, Brooklngs, Ore., and Mrs. Mar- lan Arnold, Medford, Ore.; three broth- ers, J. A. and Frank, both at Belling- ham, and Jerome, Anchorage, Alaska; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Ehley, Mrs. Irenn Nugent and Miss Marguerlle Mc- Sorley, all of Belllngham; 17 grandchil- dren. Westford Funeral Home. Seaftle CAMPANELLA, Gealano, 12001 10th Ave. N.W., died Feb. 13, Requiem Feb. 17 Church of Christ the King. Burial Holyrood. Born In 1taW. Come here from Boston in 1963. Survivors: wife, Teresa; son, John Franklin, Moss.; daughters, Mrs. Davld Jackson, also Franklin, and Mrs. James Chaffin, Seattle; 10 grandchildren. Hoffner'$ Fisher.Kalfus Funeral Home. CHILTON, Waiter, 68, died Fnb. 15. Requiem Feb. 19 Vlsffatlon Church, Ta- coma. Burial Calvary. Born In Howard Lake, Minn. Came here two years ago. Survivors: wife, Katherine; sis. ter, Mrs. Hayden Duke, San Francisco; niece, Mrs. Truman Runyon, Klamoth Fails, Ore. Gaffney Funera( Home. DELYEA, Victor T., 69, 1907 First Ave., died Feb. 16. Requiem Feb. 19 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In CIoquet, Minn. Came here 40 years ago. Survivors: son, Spencer, Spokane; daughter, Miss Beatrice Del- yea, Rlchland; sister, Mrs. Robert Pyers, Spokann; brothers, Snnford, Mankoto, Minn., and Francis, West Los Angeles, Calif. Hoffner's Flsher- Kotfus Funeral Home. GIBSON, Maurene Annelte, 10, 6924 46th Ave. S., died Feb. 13. Requiem Feb. 15 St. Edward Church. Burial Holyrood. Born here. Graduated from Franklin High School. Survivors: par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl R. Gibson; sisters, Dorene and Denise, and two brothers, Gerald and Ronald, all of Seattle; maternal grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Ratlgan, Seattle, paternal grandmother, Mrs. Irene Costello, Seattle, and twa great-grandmathers, Mrs. Audelln WIIlelt, Klrkland, and Mrs. Rose Brown, Seattle. Columbia Funeral Home. GRANT, Mrs. Gertrude, 69, 1663 10th Ave., died Feb. 9. Requiem Feb. 17 Church of the Immacu;ate. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Ellensburg. Member at Washington State Nurses" Association. Survivors: san, Richard L., Seattle; slters, Mrs. Ruben L. McCormick, Seatlle, Margaret Stalder, Auburn, and Kay Crondall, Hoqulam; brothers, George Rets, Auburn, and Louis Reis, Lns Gates, Calif. BonneY.Watson Funeral Home. GRECO, Frank, Sr., 67; 732 N. 72nd St., died Feb. 10. Requiem Feh. 14 St. John Church. Entombment Holyroad. Born in Regale, Calabria, Italy. Came here $3 years aga. Survivors: wife, Catherine; sons, James and Frank, Jr., both Seattle; sister, Mrs. Fortunnta Ca(Io, Argentina, and twa grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. Requiem Said For Sister Mary Dolorita A requiem Mass was said Saturday, Feb. 15, in Blessed Sacrament Church for Sister Mary Dolorita, O.P., 5g, who died Feb. ]3. Burial was at Cal- vary Cemetery under the di- rection of Hoffner's Fisher- Kalfus Funeral Home. The Rev. Martin M. Donnelly, O.P., pastor of Blessed Sacra- ment, was celebrant of the Mass and preached the sermon. The former Margaret Forhan, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Forhan. Born in East St. Louis, Sister came to Seattle as an infant. She attended St. Benedict's Grade School and Holy Angels Academy, entering the novitiate in 1921 at the Dominican Mother House, then in Everett. She taught in Dominican schools in Washington and Cali- fornia and at the time o(" her death was assigned to Blessed Sacrament School, Seattle. Sis- ter hBd been ill several years. but did substitute teaching last year. Her survivors include five sisters, Mrs. R. W. Neale, Eu- reka, Calif.; Sister M. Lucille, O.P., and Sister Marie, O.P., both teachers at St. Alphonsus School, and Sister M. Pauline, O.P., a teacher at St. Bene- dict's School; and four brothers, Thomas and Robert, Seattle; 3ohn, Edward and Nathaniel Forhan in other western states. Everett Seattle FADICN, Mre. Slmona Mary, 50, nf HALEY, William G., 38, 1724 N.E. 1605 Wetmore Ave., died Feb. 15. Re- 120th St., died Feb. 13. Requiem Feb. qulem Feb. 19, Immaculate Conception 17 St. Matthew Church. Burial Holy- Church. Burial Evergreen. Born In rood. Born here. Survivors: wife. Joy; Yugoslavia. Lived In Everett past 45 daughters, Donlta, Jana Jo, Julle and years. Was nfflce manager for Texaco LInda Haley; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Plant. Survivors: two sons, Bert N. and Peter J., both Everett; mother, Mrs. Louise Mardeslch, Everett; sister,. Mrs. Mary Westley, Everett; three brothers, Vincent Mardeslch, Everett; Salvador, Portland, and Nicholas Mardesich, As- toria, Ore.; three grandchildren. Solle Funeral Home. LAUZON, Romuald (Ramie), 60, of 2412 Baker Ave., died Feb. 16. Requiem Feb. 19, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial Evergreen. Born in Miller, S.D. Resided In Everett since 1912. Spent 12 years In National Guard before entering U. S. Army, 1943-45. Awarded Bronze Star. Graduate of Ev- erett High School, 1924. Played football there and at University of Washington. Coached at U.W., St. Martin's, and Se- attle Prep. Survivors: brother, Felix, California; three sisters, Mrs. Eunlce Stecher, Mrs. Otto Stechnr and Mrs. Bert Blesen, all of Everntt. Cassldy Funeral Home. PAYETTE, Francis (Frank), 74, of Rt. 4, died Feb. 16. Requiem Feb. 19, 5t. Mary Magdalen Church. Burial Cy- press Lawn. Born In The Dalles, Ore. Pioneer resldnnt at Everett area and resided In Everett past 20 years. Was employed by Northern Pacific Railway for $2 Years, retiring In 1957. Was member of Holy Name Society, Legion of Mary, Everett Elks Lodge, Vetnrans Association of Northern Pacific Em- layees and Everett Yacht Club. Sur- vivors: wife, Genevieve; son, Frank, Everett; three daughters, Mrs Made, line Ferrora, Chicago; Mrs. Barbara NOU, California, and Mrs. Renee Han- soy, Port Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Branche Dugaw, Chehalls, and Mrs. Phllomena Payette, California; 15 grand- children. Cassldy Funeral Home. Puyallup FREDERICK, Edward Frank, 75, of 221 2nd Ave. N.E., died Feb. 13. Requi- em Feb. 17, All Saints Church. Burial Sumner Cemetery. Born In Garner, Iowa. Came to Tacoma In 1897 and to Puyallup In 1903. Retlrnd as plpefltter for Washington Natural Gas Co. offer 52 years. Was member of Plumbers and Steamfitlers Union Local 82, charter member of Puyallup Elks Lodge and member of Order af Catholic Foresters Survlvors: son, Dorman, Tacoma; daughter, Mrs. Enar Holmberg, Puyal- lup; brother, William, Puyallup; sister, Mrs. Emma MeaneY, Seattln; nine grandchildren and two greaf-grandchll. dren, Hill Funeral Home. OXLEY, Mrs. James (Harriet C.), 77, of 7106 N. Meridian St., died Feb. 13. Redulem Feb. 17, St. Leo Church, Ta- coma. Entombment Tacoma Mausoleum. Born in Minnesota. Lived In Tacoma 60 years before moving to Puyallup four years ago. Survivors: son, James, Marysvllle; brother, George Mutton, Tacoma; three granddaughters. Cessedy and Allen Mortuary. Roslyn RADOSEVICH, Mrs. Joseph (Matilda), 75, died Feb. 14, Requiem Feb. 18, All Saints Church, Puyallup. Burial Woodbine Cernelery. Born In Yugo- slavia. Lived In Roslyn 53 yearS. Spent past year In PuYallup nursing home. Surv vats: husband, Puyallup; daughter, Mrs. Joe Storkovlch, Puyallup; sister, Mrs. Morgarnt Dorlch, Roslyn; three brothers, Louis Pasquon, Cle Elum; Fred and Robert Pasquan, both of Roslyn. Powers.Wrlgley-Clements Funer- al Home, Puyallup. Seattle BROGGI, Mrs. Ralph (Hazel), 74, 1234 S. Director St., died Feb. 13. Re- qulem Feb. IS Our Lady of Lourdns Church. Born In Berkeley, Calif. Came here In 1916. Member of the Altar Soclety. Survlvors; husband, R a Iph; daughters, Mrs. Louise M. Healy, Mrs. Caroline I. Hahn; son, Ralph V., all of Seattle; sisters Mrs. Nellie Estruth, and Mrs. Grace Burrls, both San Jose, Calif.; ten grandchildren. LEGAL NOTICE LENIHAN & IVERS . Attorneys Tacoma MATTEONI, August, 06, af 411 E, 28th St,, dted Feb. 13. Requiem Feb. lS, Holy Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Lived in Tacoma since 1900. Was retired section foreman for William H. Hnley and brothers, Patrick Northern Pacific Railway. Was member and Michael, all of Seattle; sister, Mrs. of Sons of Itnly. ,Survivors: nephew, Warren Callanflne, Portland. Mlffle. Columbo Saelnatl, Chicago, and sev- stadt's Ballard Funeral Home. oral other nieces and nephews. Gaffney HARRINGTON, Wllllam 89, retired. Y a k I m a businessman, died Feb. 16 in Yaklma. Requiem Feb. 18 St. Joseph Church, Yoklma. Native of Mattawa, Ont. Yaklma resident 40 years. Seattle resident 10 years and lived with wife, Elizabeth, at home of daughter, Mrs. Priscilla Gustofson, 4531 48th Ave S., Holy Rosary Parish. Other survivors: four daughters, Mrs. Elsie Thorp, Bremerton; Mrs. Mina Blschoff, Yaklma, Mrs. Gertrude Patterson and Teresa Harrlngton both of Seattle; son, William A., Moses Lake; 17 grandchild- ren and 19 great.grandchildren. JONES, Mrs. Donna H., 84, 323 W. Roy St., died Feb. 14. Requiem Feb. 17 5ocred Heart Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Michigan City, lad. Came here 75 years ago. Survivors: husband, David E.; daughter, Mrs. Leo D. Redburn, Seattle. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. .MESSAGIE, Mrs. Leontlen, 84, 16706 37th Ave. N.E., died Feb. 14. Requiem Feb. 18 Christ the King Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Antwerp, Belgium. Came here In 1910. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Rose Clements, Mrs. Evelyn Lynch and Mrs. Clemantlne Carney, all of Seattle; son, Joseph, Seattle; two slsters In Belgium; slx grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Green Lake Funeral Home. PEGGIA, Bernard P., 6847 54th Ave. N.E., died Feb. 10. Requiem Feb. 14. St. George Church. Burial Holyroed. Born In Italy. Came here 40 years ago. A niece survives. Georgetown Funeral Home. RIORDAN, John B, 66. 6543 15th Ave. N.W., died Feb. 11. Requiem Feb. 14. St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Cincinnati. Came here In 1903. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Joseph LeMay and Mrs. Margaret Crawley, both of Seatlle; brothers, James, Seattle, and William, San Diego. Hoffner'e Flsher- Kaltus Funeral Home. RUDD, Elmer Bernerd, S7, 1017 S. W. 144th St., died Feb. 13. Redulem Feb. 15 Francis af Asslsl Church. Born In Mltchelh S.D. Came here In 1941. Sur- vivors: wife, Genevieve; son, Donald Rudd; sister, Mrs. Fred Muth, all of Seattle; four grandchildren. White Cent- er Funeral Home. SAPPENFIELD, Robert, 48, t855 S. lt6th, died Feb. 11. Requiem Feb. 14 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Born In Jamestown, N.D. Came here 27 years ago. Was CYO adult advisor and basnball coach. Past president at Junior aid Timers at Union Pacific. Survivors: wife, May; daughter, Vlkl; sons S t p h n and Michael, all af Seattle; sister, Mrs. Mark Holden, Tacoma. Yarlngton White Center Funer- al Home. WRIGHT, Grace V., 63, 1708 Melrose Ave. N., died Feb. 16. Requiem Feb. 19 St. James Cathedral. Burial HoW- rood. Born in Glashlels, Scotland. Came here three years ago. Survivors: brothers, James A., Portland, and John A., Scotland. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. Stanwood JOHNSON, Mrs. Velman (Margaret Agnes Sheehan), 40, of 292SV= Cedar St., Everett, died Feb. 11. Requiem Feb. 15, St. Cecilia Church. Burial Anderson Cemetery. Survivors: husband; son, Velman R. IDIck), at home; daughter, Patrlcla Johnson; two sisters, Mrs. Mac Schoch, Summlt Hill, Penn., and Mrs. Helen Wells, Forest Grove, Conn. Tlffany's Gunderson Funeral Home. Tacoma KALAPUS, Mrs. Alhert (Anna), 57, of 1621 E. 30th St., dled Feb. 1).Re, ulem Feb. iS, Sts. Peter and Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Car. bonado. Lived In Tacoma 42 years, coming from Wllkeson. Survivors; hue. band; daughter, Marynnn, Tacoma; three brothers, Joe, Vlnce and Dominic Grablnskl, all of Tacoma; sister, Mrs. Bernice Rokita, Tacoma. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. MARTIN, Mrs. Charles (llrlena A.b 22, cf 6832 S. Clement St., died Feb. 12. Requiem Feb. 15, Visitation Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Tacoma and lived 'here and In Seattle all her life. Funeral Home. MORRIS, M. Alvin (Mary), 82, of Rt. 5, died Feb. 17. Requiem Feb. 20, St. Lea Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Italy. Lived In Tacoma 53 years. Sur- vivors: four sons, AIdo and Joseph Camponoll, both af Tacoma; William Kemper, Milton, and James Morris, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Charles Clarey, Tacoma; two brothers In italy; 17 grnndchlldren and 25 great-grandcnil. dren. Gnffney Funeral Home. REHA, Mrs. John J. (Mary M.), 68, of 2505 S. Sheridan Ave., died Feb. 16 Requlem Feh. 18, St. Joseph Church. Enlombment Calvary Cloisters. Born In Marlonette, Wls. Llved in Tacoma past 65 Y'eors. Was member of Altar Society, St. Joseph's Circle No. 1, Ladles' First Catholic Slovok Union and Cooks and Wailers Union Locel 61. Survivors; hue, band; daughter, Mrs. Melvin F. Rel- mer, Flrcrest; son, John J. Reha Jr, Tacoma; sisters, Mrs. Anna Jacko, Ta- coma; seven grandchildren, Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. Vancouver PECORE, Prudent J., 76, of 3200 Haneiy Rd., Central Point, Ore., died at Vancouver Feb. 17. Requiem Feb. 20, Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial Wlllamette National Cemetery. Born In Michigan. Was Veteran at Foreign Wars. Survivors: two brothers, Alfred PIcord, Esconaba, Mich., and Albert PEtard, Menomlnee, MIch.; three sisters, Anna Potvln, Detroit, Mich.; Luegerlne Bedard, Escanaba, and WIIlamlne St. Aubln, Canada. Vancouver F u n e r a I Chapel. RYAN, Ambrose O., 67, of 37!0 Thompson Ave., dled Feb. 16, Requlem Feb. 20, St. James Church. Burlal Wil- lamette National Cemetery. Born in Waterloo, Iowa Llved In Vancouver 44 years. Was member at Smlth-Reynolds Post No. 14 American Legion. Survlv- ors: wlfe, Evelyn R.; two step-daugh. tern, Mrs. Roy Loghry, Vancouver, and Mrs. Russell Vaughn, Riverside, Calif.; brother, Lawrence Ryan, Vancouver; three sisters, Mrs. Marguerlle Hughes, Vancouver; Mrs. Mary Ellen Pasta, Portland, and Mrs. Harvey Phillips, Portland. Hamilton-Mylan Fun e r a I Home. SORENSON, Rose Ann, 73, of 3711 E. 13th St., died Feb. 14, Requiem Feb. 19, St. Joseph Church. Burlal St. James Aces. Born In St. Louis, Me. Lived In Vancouver since 19S0. Survivors: son, Thomas O., St. LOUIs; daughter, Mrs. Margaret Wynn, Vancouver; t h ree grandchildren. Hamiltea.Myian Funeral Home. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Was a graduate of Lincoln High School. State of Washington for the County of Survlvm's: mother, Mrs. EIIsobeth Fish- King or, Tacoma; four brothers, Gordon C., In the Matter o! the Estate of MARY E. Connecticut; Peter E., Ventura, Calif. MONAHAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. Walter and John Fisher, both of Taco- 175232. Notice to Credltors. ma; two slsters, Mrs. Marie Wade, Mls- Notice Is hereby given that the under- eourl Valley, lowa, and Mrs. Dorothy slgned has been appalnted and has quell. Dllle, Tacoma. Plper Funeral Home. fled as Executrix of the Estate of MARY MARTELLI, John, 64, of 6601 S. War- E. MONAHAN, Deceased; that all per- nor St., died Feb. lS. Requlnm high sons having claims against sold de- Mass Feb, 19, Visitation Church, Burial ceased or against said estate are Calvary. Born (n Italy. Lived In Tacoma hereby r eq u I red to serve the 21 yenrs. Was retired employe of Clty same, duly verified, on said MARY E. Garbage and Refuse Dnpartment. Sur- MONAHAN or her attorneys of record vlvors: wlfn, Anna; three brothers, Car- at the address below stated, and tile men, Penns Grove, N.J.; Michael, Long the some with 1he clerk of said court, Island, N.Y., and Felix, West Virgin- together with proof of such service, with- In six months after the date of first pub- lication of this notice, or the same will be barred.' Date at first publication February 21st, 1964. MARIE MONAHAN MALADY LENIHAN & IVERS, Attorneys of so)d Estate, 1114 Norton Bulldlng, Seattle, Wash., LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys for Estatn, Seattle, Wash. Flnol 3.6..64 la; two sisters, Mrs. Marietta Cala- IIIio and Mrs. Bamblma Orrlno, both of Long Island, N. Y. Piper Funeral Home. BIRTHS LONGVlEW--St. John's Hospital re- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: August Bergonzine, boy, Feb. 7. Gary L. Sanderson, grl, Feb 10. Roger J. Dunnington, bay, Feb. 12. Joseph B. Tarabochla, girl, Feb. 13. Mlckey L. Neves, boy, Feb, 16. GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOMI00 Since 190S South YaktmB at 10th TACOMA