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Friday, April I0, 196# THE PROGRESS--9 [] BUY WITH THEM PROG R !SS RATE: 30€ Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATIh 30€ PER LINE Form, CIo,e Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRES5 CLASSIFIED 1107 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-0880 Extension 21 CARPET WORK RUG AIgD UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CHILDREN'S APPAREL i CHRISTENING and OMMUNION DRESSES white dresses always at THE MERRY-GO-ROUND CHILDREN'S SHOPS (North,ate & 1305 Fifth Ave., Seattle) / CONTRACTING FOR ROOP REPAIRING, now roofs, guthws ai downspouts, Asba,tos and €ompo,ltlon siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Coil C. R. MARCYBS. EA. 4.8481 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling IirvJce, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Inured. Refer- Up to S years to pay. PA 2.446.1 SAVE 3--0"0"0"0"0"0"0"01 painting, paper hanging. Wail Popar display on hand. Free estimates. AT 3:1836 I-A CONSTRUCTION CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CONCRETE WORK, PATIOS, CARPORTS, WALKS CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 TREES  dangerous and view blocking. Topped, Ilmbed and removed• PA 5-7805 i DANCE BANDS DANCE "To the Starliters" Church and club dances, are our speclol- ajloF°ran,aVa/ebml, e S,'neCdClclts,C'LA M'. FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT J PHONE: MA 2.8880--.Local 21 -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 HOMES FOR SALE ST. JOHN'S WOODLAND PARK 4 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT $14,500 2 BATHS 'THE MOST CHARMING HOME FOR THE MONEY THAT HAS BEEN OF-, FERED TO ANY PURCHASER THIS: YEAR. A striking now remodoled kitchon has lust been completed with mcro than ample eating are(] that will mako your heart Jump with lay. Charming living room that offers com- fort, relaxation and a tremendous ter- ritorial city view. Tho four double bedrooms have wardrobe closets, o seporoto bath for each floor, full base- ment, plus an attractive garogn. Hurry or be left out, this home Is absolutely spotless. Ad No. 3927. Picture Floor Plans Inc., 10332 Aurora Ave. No. LI 2-3184 ST. LUKE'S 3 BEDROOMS CONTEMPORARY $2OO DN. W/W CARPETS 8 YRS. OLD $14,750 This I, the sharpe,t contemporary In a terrific area (Richmond Highlands) of comparable or better homes we have had In a long time. This home has all the extras everyone I, laoklng for -- double storm" Windows all over--insu- lated sidewalls nnd floors. Amazingly low heat bills. Sewers and winding dead end streets. Hurry, call now, EM4- 1180 on ad No. 3128. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 13300 Bothell Way HE. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-1180 Green Lake $7,500 LG. BDRM. Range, Refrig. & Washer FULL gASEMENT 0 DOWN What a buy. Large 50x100 lot. Full day- life basoment. Gas heat. All large rooms. Separate utility room. Close to schools. 1 block 1o city bus. 2 blocks to Groan Lake. Only $57 per month. Call now to see Ad No. 2313. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 7314 Aurora Ave. LA 4-I 130 REDUCED TO $23,950 7ON I FULL DAYLIGHT BSMT. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE NOT OFTEN ARE WE ABLE TO OFFER SUCH A DELIGHTFUL HOME AS THIS. Three bdrms, on 1 level, gor- geous ktt. with built4n apptncs., next to FAMILY RM. W/W carpets, 1V2 baths, (3rd roughed in on lower level). Call Pat Hentschell. LA4-5010. HILLCREST REALTY INC. (ANYTIME) NEAR ST. EDWARDS COZY TWO BEDROOM WITH WALK IN OUR LADY OF THE LAKE TERRITORIAL VIEW SPACIOUS RAMBLER $17,950 FHA APPRAISED CIRCULAR DRiVE--leads to attractive ontrance to gracious living room. Three nice bedrooms, 2 baths large sep- arate ut ty room. Formica kitchen with breakfast space, lots of storage space. Large corner lot, nicely land. soaped and terraced. Fruit trees, lanced yard with socluded patio. Close to schools, bus. Ideal for children. See todayl CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. 8040 3Sth NE LA 3-5555 ST. JOSEPH'S : PARISH "Excellent 4 bedroom Colonial In a most convenient area. close to church and school• Call Mrs. Murphy, EA3-2783. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 NE 45th LA2-5626 ST. MARK'S NEXT DOOR, secluded area, 2 love new homes on large lots; ramblers, 3 and 4 bedrooms. 2 full baths Large stone fireplaces• Thick Shako roofs se- lect red birch Inside finish. Appliances. See these homes before you buy. $23,- SELL WITH THEM TORTILLAS ST. JOSEPH'S LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 943, 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5.1480, q R P  PhA q " ,,.,/ LJ L. L.J I1 V t,.J. __ ,,., , ,..., ... , Clean throughout, double plumbing, full A%%1 IIAIJ/I/ 11 basement, recroatlon room. For Infor- 1%,,/,J,.JIVI//lJl N marion and appointment to see, call Mary Brocelln EA 3-8717 blocks church and shopping. Spacious ,,,, .',,, ,- r,,'.=ne" room with entry. Lovely cabinet L.,LIP/LJIN //UKl'l-I/ KLIK. kitchen. Twin size bedrooms, closet. Colored appliances. Dis- Vanity both. Large storage lockers. S105 month. ALSO available: large two bedroom apartment with fireplace. 1V= baths. 3311 N.E. 65th ................. LA 2-46511 ST. LOUISE LAKE HILLS TWO blocks to St. Louise. Lease. Avail- able June 1st. 4 bedrooms. Built In oven and range. Recreation room with j flrepiaco In daylight basement. Ge storage room. Double carport. ,e to schools, church, shopping. $130 nth. SH 6-4580 ....... ASSEMBLY HOTEL Neekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eo,tside. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TLU 5-1378 Redmond JUSEKEEPER FOR CAO---C R-EC- TORY, three priests. Written references required. Reply to The Progress, Box ,H. m INCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE YOUR PLACE OR OURS OUR STH YEAR A. L. ANDERSON PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) JJ i MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices Now and used steel and plpe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South EIIlo PA 5.8100 DELICIOUS, home-made broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (oppaslte Mar,haft School). Toy Trains, ANY make, age, con- 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700 DUPLEX ST. ANNE'S TWO--2 bedroom units, wall to wall car- pet In main floor unit. Ranges, refrig- erators. On separate utilities. 2 blocks to St Anne's. $16,500. Call Mr. Garrl. Ion evenings. AT 2.6439. BLAINE REALTY llV BOSTON AT 3-5511 BY OWNER. OUR LADY OF THE L'A ONE BLOCK. Five bedrooms, 2 vanity baths. 30 ft. combined living and din- Ing rooms. Separat large dinette seats 8. Garbage disposal, hood, fan, In re- modoled kitchen. New furnace. Large level lot with fruit treas. Room tar ad- ditional bedrooms and recreation roam in full basement. FHA appraised 515.800--3225 NE 91st. LA2.8131. ST. GEORGE'S I BLOCK Four bedrooms, full basement with play- rooms. Fenced yard• OII furnace. FHA 510,500. Minimum down. Terms avail- able. Quick sale wanted. PA 5.6780. ONE BLOCK -- ST. LUKE'S THREE bedrooms and possible 4th. Pan- elled recreation room and roughed In bath In daylight basement. Beautiful landscaping. Arizona and Wllkeson stone flreplacee. Dishwasher. F H A $19,325. LI 2-8746. TWO BEDROOMS, FULL BASEMENT, three blocks from St. Edward's church and school. Wall to wall carpeting, drapes. Large landscaped yard. Patio. PA S-9761. CLOSE TO ST. LOUISE LAKE HILLS ;hree bedrooms, contemporary. Fenced yard. By owner. FHA. $15,950--FHA or GI. Call SH 6-4587. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Healing . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE CLOSETS. Nicely panelled living room that you would be proud to Invite your friends in for a visit. Large kitchen. Fenced back yard. Garage. Paved streots. $10,500. Coil Ed. Edwards broker; (mere. St. Edward's parish). GENESSEE, INC. PA 2-4050 FOR SALE OR RENT LAKE HILLS ONE BLOCK TO ST. LOUISE Three bedroom rambler. 2 car garage. Family room. Wall to wall carpeting. 1V2 baths. 18x36 patio. Fenced yard. Landscaped. 510,250 or rent for $140 month. Available May lit. 424 1551h Ave. S.B., Bellevue. SH 6-$134. IMPERIAL Easl EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Plnllheq homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnl,had show houses. Open Dolly i0 o.m. 'til 9 at night. Call Prel tlge Homes, Inc., SH 6-9221, BOTHELL 2 BLOCKS TO ST. BRENDAN'S TWO year old rambler. 3 bedroom,. Go- rage. Polio. Fenced yard. Dishwasher. Disposal. Fireplace. By owner. HU 6-7878. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 LOVELY HOME BY OWNER• FHA ap- praised at $10,725; near Our Lady of the Loko. LA 2-7301 after 1 p.m. North End. LEGAL NOTICES CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONBRGAN Attornoys 847 Logan Building Seattlo I, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for King County C. R. LONERGAN, JR., Guardian of Edward G. O'Brlen, Incompetent, Plain- tiff, v. AURELIA SANTOS DOMINGO and STATE OF WASHINGTON, DE- PARTMENT OF INSTITUTIONS, De. fendants. No. 614682. Summons by Pub- lication. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO AURELIA SANTOS DOMINOO: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR within sixty days after tho date at the first publication at this Summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 3rd day of April, 1964, and answer the complaint of plaintiff and serve a copy at your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for plaintiff at their of- flea below stated• In case of your folluro to do so, Judgment wlH be rendered against you according to the demand dltlon. Pay high cash price or dona- tion your nan'fe. J. Cox, 18025 - 8th .W., Seattle. LI 6-2230. OMES 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" Private doses only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3.6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) I H RAD & TV'"-'  of the complaint which has been flied FENDR C .O. _ .. ,with the Clerk of said Court. Tho,pur- Member St EdwarD, Par sn f " F;A  1172' " pose o this action Is to establish the • ." ownership of the Incompetent, Edward G. IO'Brlen, for whom plaintiff Is guardian, WANTED TO BUY of the sum of $4,987.00 .n the Registry of the King County Superior Court In WANTED, ORIENTAL RUGS Cause No. 143808, said sum being the ANY SIZE -- CALL EA 5-4550 proceeds of sole of real property owned DA LY, NOON TO FIVE by Incompetent and In which defendant, Aurella Santos Domlago, claims an Inter-  lest. The purpose of this action Is to /,ml/ ILlqPIdlEe establish plaintiff's ownership therein and LEqAL Rq,//llu, r.o to oblaln o Judgment of partltlan thereof In favor of plaintiff's Incompetent. AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash• State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 PERSONAL FASTEN HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for Infants a, well as older children. Board rate, modlcal cart KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Afforneys 505 Arctic Bldg., Seattle IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES D. EVANS, Deceased. No. 175405. No- rice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as administrator of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims agulnst sald deceased are hereby re- qulfed to serve the same, duly verlfied, on said ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN or his attorneys of record at 1he address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service, within six months oflor the date of first publication at thl, notice or the same will be barred. C. R. LONERGAN, JR. of Corbett, Slderlus & Loner,an, Aftornoys for Plaintiff. OFFICE AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS: Corbett, Slderlus & Lonergan 847 Logan Building Seattle 1, Washington Main 4-2800 Final S-8-64 COMFORT, DOLACK & HANSLER Attorneys for Plaintiff 819 South K Street Tacoma, Washington 98405 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. CAROLYN P. CORCORAN, a/k/a CARO- LYN PINNER CORCORAN, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE TWIGS; SARAH LOUISE COOK; JANE DOE COOK, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook; The unknown heirs ClOthlng ore provided by the agency. ou are Interested, please call. MA 3-906S THOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES LEGAL NOTICE DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS Attorneys 1429 Washington Building Seattle, Wa,h. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of PATRICK ROUINE, Deceased. In Probate. No 785. Notice of Hearing Final Report Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that JOHN E. ROUINE and VERONICA A. GALVIN, Co-Executors of tho Estato of PATRICK J. ROUINE, have filed In the office of the Clerk of said Court their final Re- part and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle sold Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto ca. tilled and to discharge said Co-Execu- tor; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 1st day of June, 1964, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room at the Probate Department of said Court, which time and place any person In- isled In said Estate may appear and eOb[ectlons thereto and contest lho Dated thl, 6th day of April, 1964. Date of first publication April 10, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER Clerk at said Court. By R. S. Hofedltz Deputy• DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS Ey: Fred H. Dare Attorneys for Estate, 1429 Washington Building Seattle, Wash. Date of first publication March 27, at law of Alice Twlgg, Sarah Louise 1964. i Cook and Jane Doe Cook, daughtor at ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN  Sarah Louise Cook, If any be deceased, Administrator of said Estate i and all other persons or parties un- 505 Arctic Bldg. known claiming any right, title, estate, Seattle, Wn. lien or interest In the real estate des- KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN crlbed in the complaint herein, De- Attorneys for Estate fendants. In Probato. No. 616497. Sum- 505 Arctic BulldlnG roans by Publication• Seattle, Wash. Final 4-10.64 TO: Alice Twigs; Sarah Louise Cook REGAL AND McDONELL By Lawrence K. McDonell Attorneys for Estate, |77 Dexter Horton Bulldlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of DEAN B. CALLINGS, Deceased. In Probale, No. 169441. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the undor- signed has been appointed and has qualified as de bonls non of the estate at Dean B. Callings, Deceased; that all mrsons having claims ogatnst said de- ceased ore hereby required to sorve 1he same duly verified, on said Administrator de baals non or attorney 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 publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, April 3rd, 1964. LAWRENCE K. McDONELL Administrator da bonls non of J said Estate. i 577 Dexter Herren Building Seattle, Wash. REGAL AND McDONELL By Lawrence K. McDonell i Attorneys for Estate, 577 Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Wash. Final 4-24, '64 Jane Doe Cook, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook; The unknown heirs at law of Alice Twig G, Sarah Louise Cook and Jane Don Cook, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook, if any be deceased, and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate described In the cofflplalnt herein, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the date of the first publication of this sum- mons, to wit: sixty (60) days after the 20th day of March, 1964, and defend the above entitled action in the above en- titled court, and answer upon the under- signed attorney for the plaintiff at his office below stated, and In case of your fallre to do so, JudGment will be ren- dered against you according to the de- mand o* the plaintiff's complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. This suit Is to quiet title In the plaintiff in the following described real estoto situate In Seattle, King County, Washing. ton, to wit: Lots 3 and 4, Block 53, West Green Lake Addition No. 2. By ROBERT A. COMFORT, Attorney for Plaintiff, 819 South K Street, Tacoma, Washington 98405. .COMFORT, DOLACK & HANSLER, , Attorneys for Plaintiff, 819 South K Street, Tacoma, Washington 98405. Final 4-17-64. Final 4.24.64 90,., owner and builder. EM 2-5502-- 18044 12fh N.E. BELLEVUE 2700 sq. ft. 2 story• S bedroom. 2 baths. Family room and den. Built-In kitchen. Large tot. Fenced book. Convenient to schools, church and shopping• Owner leaving state. Sacrifice. $26,500. SH 6- 9045. B Y--O-'WNER.-RYANT & A-S-S-0--M-PT"TTON Four bedroom, brick Colonial corner lot with vlow. 1V2 baths. Living room, din. Ins room, breakfast nook. Garage I foil basement. 517,950. Call after p.m. LA 5-8641. EN*T business Investment oppor. tunlty. Two store bu Id ngs, ane leased, r ght on HIway 99 North of Everett. Ideal retired man or coup e For sole, or wl I accept partner. About 57500 down, fully secured. Wr/te Rt. 2, Box 364A, Stanwood Washington. LEGAL NOTICES ROBERT N. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plalntlff 1407 Alaska BuIIdlag Seattle, Washington 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for the County of King. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLENE L. HADLEY, individually and as Executrix of the Estate of Harry M. Hadley, deceased; unknown heirs of Harry M. Hadley, deceased KING COUNTY CREDIT MEN, INC., a corparaflon; LOTTIE K. LUNAN; un. known heirs of Lottle K. Lunan, de- ceased; also all other persons or parties unknown claiming any r ght, title, estate, lien or interest In the real estate described In the complaint herein, Defendants. No. 618365. SUM. MONS BY PUBLICATION• THE STATE DF WASHINGTON TO:" LOTTIE K. LUNAN; unknown heirs of Lottle K. Lunan, deceased; unknown heirs of Harry M. Hadley, decoased, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 3rd day of April, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and answer the complaint of tho plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their offices below stated; and In case of your failure so to do, a Judgment will be granted agaln,t you according to the demands of the complaint, which has bean filed with the clerk of said court. The oblect of this action Is to fore. close o mortgage upon real estate In King County, described as: Lot 11 In Block 20 of Yosfer's Second Addition to the City of Seattle, as per plat recorded In Volume I of Ptats on page 216, records of King County, EXCEPT the South 15 feet thereof, situate In the City of Seattle, County of King, State of Washington; and for the other and usual Incidents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 Flnal 5-8-64 ROBERT I. aDaM Attoroay 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N.E. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County ol King In the Matter of the Estate of ANNABEL M. LANGAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175887. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appelnted and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Annabel M. Langan, Deceased; that all )ersons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after fho date of first publfcotlan of this no- rice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication April 10, 1964. MARK A. KNOWLTON Executor of ,aid Estale. 12605 Shorewood Drive S.W. Seattle, Wash. ROBERT h aDaM Attorney for Estate, 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N.E. Seattle, Wash. Final 4.24.64 DURHAM & GUlMONT Attorneys 1702 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State o! Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of RUDOLPH E. HANSON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175620. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qual- ified as admlnistratrix of the estate of Rudolph E. Hanson, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Adminlstra. trlx or her attorneys of record at the address be;ow stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication at lhl, notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication March 27, 1964. GENEVIEVE M. HANSON Admlnlstratrlx of said Estate. 1702 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. DURHAM & GUIMONT By R. P. Gulmont Attorneys for Estate 1702 Sl*nlth Tower Seattle, Wash. Final 4-10-64 P.M. Wednesday IST, ANTHONY RENTON In Memoriam O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and sods in this area: The Rev. Timothy Cronin, died April 11, 1917. The Rev. Leo Martin, SJ., died April 12, 1958. The Rev. A. W. Schneider, died April 13, 1909. The Rev. U I r i e SchEffold, O.S.B., died April 13, 1909. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gustave Achtergael, died April 14, 1943. Seaffle ALL BRICK ... o. ,,r, .. ,c.,--, ,, t&q46 4th Ave. S., died April 4. Requi- em April 7 Blessed Sacrament Church. Five bedroom home, three both,, over Burial Holyraod. Born here. Survivors: 3000 sq. ft. on I floor, Just 0 years husband; lion, Michael J.; parents, Mr. young and In top condition, with over and Mrs. Floyd D. Robbins, Sr., 5eat- V acre of beautifully landscaped rio; brother Floyd D. Robblns, Jr., grounds. Huge kitchen with built In Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Mary K. Swift, range, oven, dishwasher and refrlgera. Olympia; Mrs. Maurean Tucker, Seat. tion unit. ALL IN STAINLESS, also fie; Mr,, Jo Ann Hill, Kent; and Mr,. abundance of blrch cabinets. Kitchen Potrlcla Schwartz and Mrs. Elaine and beth all In ceramic tile. 2 large Hughes, both Lake HIll,. Hoffner'e fireplaces done in carefully lelected Flsher.Kalfus Funeral Home. sandstone. Built In Bor-B.Q. Bedrooms are extra large with many built.ins. Closet, are lined In cedar. This laro family dream home yours for only $38,50O. BA 6-6363 or AL 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES 307 FOURTH AVENUE RENTON, WASHINGTON HOLY FAMILY PARISH $]9,7so BUILDER'S OWN HOME Prominent Seattle bulldsr'e own featuring: 5 bdrms., full daylight level, 3 fireplaces. Situated on 100x100 lot only o short walk Seattle Family school and church. Mlnlmur down payment. Our exclu,lve--Coll CH CAMPBELL, Loul,, 71, 417 Densmore 3-1550. Ave. N., died April 3. Requiem April 6 South End Brokers, Inc. st. Benedict Church. Burial Holyraod. 11036 - 1st Avenue S. 6orn In Minneapolis, Minn. Came here 65 years ago. Survivors: wife, Margaret Lk G.; daughters, SI,ter reen a e S.N.J.M, SPOkane, and #r's. Vincent,Michael Bowling, Portland, Ore.; sons, Edward ST. JOHN'S G., and L. Patrick, both Seattle; ,Is- 3 BEDROOMS ters, Miss Euphemle and Mrs. Adrienne 2 BATHS Naud, both Seattle, and Mrs. Berna- FULL BASEMENT dette Hall, Victoria, B. C.; 16 grand- PLAY ROOM children and four great-grandchildren. 513,950 (worth more) Hoffner'$ FI,her-Kalfus Funeral Home. PERFECT CONDITION Insldo and out llv. room with file fireplace, gue,t din. CURTIN, Hugh M., 75, 815 20th Ave., room, tiled brkfst nook, ottractlvo died April 6. Requiem April 9, Ira- acoustical ceilings. No down payment macuiate Conception Church. Burial Just pay loan costs. YOU'LL LOVE ITI Calvary. Born in Vancouver, Wash. BEST'S, INC. LA 5-6116, LA 2-61 Came here 56 years ago. Member of "Where the Act;on Is" Catholic War Veterans. Surviving Is a el,tar, Mill Ellen M., Seattle. Man. ST. CATHERINE'S .,ng & Sons Funeral Home. DeMARCO, Mrs. Angollno, 86, 1901 Six bedrooms, full basement, gas heat. 21st Ave. 5., died March 31. Requiem Two baths, double oarage. Large fenced April 3 Mt. Virgin. Burial Calvary. lot. Fruit trees. Two blocks church Born In Italy. Came here In 1904. Mere- school, bu, and ,tore,. ber of Catholic Orders. Survivors: LEGAL NOTICES ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney 918 Joseph Van¢e Bldg, Seattle, Wa,h. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for *he County of King In the Matter of the Estate of HAROLD WALKER, Deceased. In Probott. No. 175407. Notice fo Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. daughter,, Mr,. Josephine Plcardo, Mr,. Barney Astesano and Miss Helen; cons, Joseph Anthony, Frederick, Rut- cell; ,I,ter, Mrs. Mary Picordo, al Seattle; eight grandchildren, nine great- grandchildren. DOYLE, Mlchaeh 81, 902 N. 77th St., died Aprll 4. Requiem April 6, St. John Church. Eurlal Holyroed. Born In Can- ada. Came here In 1919. Member of Holy Name Society. Survlvors: wife, brothers, Nicholas, Superior, Joseph, Bellows Falls, Vt., and Elizabeth, N. J.; sisters, Mrs. W. J. Roberts and Mrs. Prank Tralnor, both Canada. Hoffner's Flsher- Kalfus Funeral Home. signed has been appointed and ba, quail. fled as Administrator of the eetata of LEGAL NOTICES Harold Walker, Deceased; tbat all per- sons having claims agaln,t |aid decea|ed are hereby required to serve the BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY duly verified, on said admlnl,trator or Attorneys his attorney of record at the address 1407 Alaska Building below stated, and file the same Seattle, Washington 98104 the Clerk of sold Court, together with IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of thll County of King notice, or the same will be barred. Date of tlrst pabllcatlan April 10th, 1964. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Administrator of .aid Estate. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 4-2444 --RUMBACH & HBNNII-S$1"Y" Affomeys 1407 Alaska BulldlnB Seattle, Wa,hlngton IIN IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlngtoa In and for the County of King. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, o corporation, Plolntlff, vs. GLENN CANADAY and BETTY JEAN CANADAY, his wife, and CITY State of Washington In and For the FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT G. EENSON and SHAR- ON A. EENSON, hl wife, Defendants• No. 618789. SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- TION. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: ROBERT G. BEN5ON, Defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within slxty (60) days after the first publication of this ,ummons, to- wit: within stxty (60) days offer the 10th day of April, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and the above en- titled cause and answer the complaint of the plalntlff and ,erve a copy of your upon the undersigned altorneys for the plaintiff at their office as belaw stated; and in case of your failure so to do, o Judgment will be granted against you according to the demands of tho complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. OF SEATTLE, a municipal corporation, The object of this adlon is to foreclose Defendants. SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- a mortgage upon real e,tote in King TION. No. 618790. County, Washington, described as: THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: Lot 1, MIdlake Lane, according to plat GLENN CANADAY and BETTY JEAN recorded in Volume 67 of Plats, page CANADAY, his wife, Defendants: 91, records of King County, Washington; YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to and to obtain o decree eliminating any appear within sixty (60) days after the redemption rights of the defendants or, first publication of thi, summons, to-wit: In the alternative, to obtain o deficiency within sixty (60)days after the 10th day ludgmont for the belance due,on the of April, 1964, and defend the abova an- proml,eory note secured by sad mort- titled action and the above entitled cau,eigog e and for the other and usual Incl- and answer the complaint of the plaintiff dents to the foreclosure of a real and serve a copy of your answer upon mortgage. tho undersigned attorneys for the plain- First publication 4-10-64. tiff at their office o, below stated; and In ROBERT H. LAMB case of your failure ,o to do, a Judgment BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY will be granted against you according to Attornoye for Plaintiff the demands of the complaint, which has ddre,s: bean filed with the clerk of said court. 1407 Alaska EuIId[ng The obleet of thl, action Is to foreclose Seattle, Washington 98104 a mortgage upon real estate In King Final 5-1S-64 County, Washington, described as: The West 75 feet of the East 140 feet BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY of Lot 1, Block 1, Greenwood Avenue Attarnoys for Plalntltf Suburban Homes, according to plat t407 Alaska Building recorded In Volume 16 of Plats, page Seattle, Wa,hinglon 98104 51, In King County, Washington; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE and to obtain o decree ellmlnatlag any State of Washington In and for the redempllon rights of the defendants or, County of King. In the alternative, to obtain a detlcleacy SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- udgment for the belonce due on a prom- SOCIATION, o corporation, Plaintiff, Issory note signed by sold mortgagors vs. REUBEN J. ROBERTS and YVON- :and for the other and usual Incidents to HIE ROBERTS, his wife, Defendants. the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. No. First Publication 4-10-64. 615791. ROBERT H. LAMB THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, REUBEN J. ROBERTS and YVONNIE Attorneys for Plaintiff ROBERTS, his wife, Defendants: BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to 1407 Alaska Eulldlng, appear within sixty (60) days after the Seattle, Washington 90104. Final 5.1S464 first publication of this summons, to-wit: NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE within sixty (60) days after the 101h day OF REAL ESTA'IIE of April, 1964, and defend the above STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of titled action and answer the complaint of King. ss.: SHERIFF'S OFFICE. the plalntltf and serve o copy of your an- By virtue of an ORDER DF SALE swer upon the undersigned attorneys for Issued out of the Honorable Superior the plaintiff at their offices below stated; Court of the State of Washington for and in case of your tallure so to do, King County, on the 20th day of March, ludgment will be granled against you ac- 1964, by the Clerk thereof In the case of cording to the demands of the complaint, Prudential Mutual Savings Eank, a Mu- which has been filed wllh the clerk of tuol Savings Bank, Plolatlff, versus sold court• George D. Kenlalo and Normo C. Ken- The oblect of this action Is to foreclose aiD, his wife, and Gordon F. Hill and mortgage upon roai estate In King Irene M. Hll, h s wife; and Ranch County, described as: Homes, Inc., and J. K. Jorgenson, and The Southeasterly One Hundred (100) Jane Doe Jorgenson, his wife, d/b/a Jar- gon,on Realty Co., ana The United States of America, and Commercial Ser- v ca, Company, Inc., a corporation, De- fendants. No. 615018, and to me, os Sheriff, di- rected and delivered: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's soles, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on the 1st day of May, 1964, before the Curt House dear of King County, Jef- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following described property, situated In King County, State of Washington, to.wit: Lot 6, block 2, Mitchell and Brawn- son's subdivision of one-€luarter (V4) feet of the Northwesterly One Hun- dred Ninety (190) feet of the North- ea,terly One Hundred Fifty (150) feet of that portion of tho Northeast Quarter (HE%) of the Northeast Quarter (NEPAl of Section 19, Town- ship 21 North, Range 6 East W.M. described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of said subdivision; thence South 37o30 , 0" East along the extension of the centerline of the Franklin Howard Read and along said centerllne 919.93 feet to the true point of beginning at the tract of land herein described; thence continuing South 37o30'08 " East along the centerllne of said road 330.00 feet; 1hence South 52°29'52 " West 330.00 feet; thence North 37°30'08 " West 330.00 feet; thence Seattle EDGERTON, Raymond H., 69, 1000 15th Ave. E., died April 6. Requiem April 10, St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Chas,elt, Mich. Came here 43 years ago. Member of the Elks• Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Ruth Smith, Seattle, and Mr,. Rodney Cox, Komioh, Idaho; brothers, John, Seattle, and Earl, Stanwood. Manning & Sons Funoral Home. GEARY, Hazel Alberta HUM, 40, 1514 E. Yesler St., died March 28. Requiem April 6 Immaculate Conception Church. Burial Holyrood. Manning & Sons Fu- neral Home. GRAVELLE, Theodore, 53, 1515 17th Ave., died April 5. Requiem April 9 Church of the Immaculate Conception° Eurlal Holyrood. Born in Duluth, Minn. Came here 40 years ago. Member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors: sons, Ted and Gerard; sister, Mr,. George Morrison; brother, Lean, oll Seattle. Bonney-Walson Funeral Home. GRAY, Monhew, 49, 726 N. 165th St., ded April 5. Requiem April 0 St. Luke Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Seattle. Member of Seattle Elks, Seattle Real Estate Board and Mutual Business- men's Club. Survivors: wife, Marie; daughters, Sister Matthew Marie, San Anselmo, Calit., and Mrs. Patrlcia Keane, Son Fruncisco; brother, MI- chael P., Seattle; sister, Mrs. Dorothy Nelson, Seattle; Mrs. Marian Gleason, Tacoma, and Mrs. Virginia O'Neill, Son Francisco; and one grandchild. Columbia Funeral Home. Seattle OFRANCIA Felix, 51, 711 27th Ave., died April 4. Requiem April II, Church of the Immaculate Conception. Burial Holyrood. Born In the Philippines. Came here 40 years ago. Survivors: sons, John and Jerome, both Seattle, and James, USMC; daughlers, Joan, Jullana and Joyce, at home; brother, Federlco, Seattle; two brothers and one sister In the Philippines. John Kalin Funeral Home. SCHNELL, Harry, 60, 20233 7th Ave. S., died April 5. Requiem April 9 St. Phllomena Church. Born In Benston, Pierce County. Came here tn 1945. Member of the Eagles. Survivors: wife, Edna; daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Bark, Mrs. Janie Stewart, Mrs. Jerry Stew- art, Cheryl and Mary Ellen Schnelh oil Seattle; mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Schnelh Puyallup; sister, Mrs. Rudolph Kolb, A,htord, Pierce County, and 11 grand- children. Stokes Funeral Home. SMITH, John M., 64, at 1111 Boron Ave., ded April 3 in Vancouver, B.C. Requiem April 7, Immaculate Concep- tion Church, Evereit. Burial Evergreen. Requiem Mass also was said April S, St. James Cathedral, Seattle. Earn In Cheholls. Lived In Everett 30 years, moving to Seattle in 1949. Was Great Northern Rallway conductor post 211 years, past commander of American Legion Post of Monroe, and member of Everett Eagles and Brotherhood of Railway Conductors. Was World War t Navy veteran. Survivors: wife, BeD- trice; two sons, Lawrence, Edmonds, and Patrick, Everett; two daughters, Mrs. Roger Hayes and Mrs. Joan Gans, both of Everett; two ,Ister,, Mrs. Charles Neville, Chohalis, and Miss Margaret Smith, Sparks, Nov.; 17 grandchildren. Casstdy Funeral Home. Seattle GRINSTEIN, Mr,. Harriet A., 62, 142 31st Ave., died April 1. Requiem St. Francis Church, Hamilton, Mont. Born In Hamilton. Came here 30 years ago. Member of Seattle Emblem Club and Metropolitan Women', Democratic Club. SurvNIng ie a brother, Henry F. Jones, Hamilton. Bonney-Watson Fu- neral Home. HAWLEY, Everett, 65, 905 18th Ave. died April 4. Requiem April 10, Church of the Immaculate Conception. Burial Calvary. Born In Percival, Iowa. Came here as an Infant. Surviv- ors: wife, Domice; daughter, Mr,. Pearl Johnson, San Antonio, Tex.; sis- ters, Mrs. Fie Bebout, Mrs. Edna Donaldson, and Mrs. Alma White; brother, Eldon, all Seattle; one grand- son. John Kalin Funeral Home. HUGHES, Mrs. Areleae, 66, 5417 Merl- dian Ave. N., died March 30. Requiem April 4 chapel of the Home of the Good Shepherd. Burial Calvary. Born in Hollywood, Calif. Came here 15 years ago. Was supervisor of casework for the Home at the Good Shepherd. There are no surviving relatives. Man- ning & Sons Funeral Home. LANGAN, Anabel, 80, 615 14th Ave. E., died April 1. Requiem April 4 St. Joseph Church. Burial Holyraod. Born In Wisconsin. Came here eeven years ago, Surviving Is a sister, Nellie Lon- son, Seattle. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. LEWIS, Mrs. Margaret, 04, 4831 35th Ave. S.W., died March 31. Requiem April 2 Sacred Heart Church." Burial Halyroed. Born In Greenock, 5cotlaed. Came here In 1917. Member of Third Order of St. Francis and the Legion at Mary. Thore are no Immediate surviv- ors. John Kalln Funeral Home• O'BRIEN, John, 62, 511 17th Ave. E., died April 5. Requiem Aprli 8, St. Joseph Church. Born In Renton. Sur- vivors: wife, Josephine; daughter, Nancy O'Brlen; sister, Mrs. Eleanor Oeser, all Seattle; brother, Regis, Lake Oswego, Ore. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. LEGAL NOTICE Marietta JAMES, Rages, 6, ,on of Mrs. Stolid James, dled Aprll I. Mass of the An- els, April 3, St. Joachim Church. urlal Lumml Cemetery, Survivors: five brothers, Warren, Reynold, Oavld, Bruce and Raymond, all of Marietta; two sisters, Mrs. Charles Paul, La- Conner, and Mary, Marieltn; grand- parents, Herbert James and Mrs. Helen Jefferson. Moles Funeral Home. Stanwood LEMM, Mrs. Stanley (Florence), 55, died April 2. Requiem April 4 Blessed Sacrumeot Church, Seattle. Burial Holyrood. Born In Seattle, moving to Stanwood in 1956. Member of the Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors: husband; son, Robert $.; daughter, Mrs. Patrlcla A. McGIbbon, and mother, Mrs. Sophia Bradahl, oil Seattle; ,Is- ter, Mrs. Margaret Walker, Everett; brother, Leslie M, Brodahh Seattle; SIx grandchildren. Hoffner's Flsher.Kalfue Funeral Home. Tacoma MERNAUGH, Mrs. M a r I • n A. (Lotha), 67, of 2605 N. Eighth St., died March 30. Requiem April 4, St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Alex- andria, S.D. Came ta Tacoma 25 year, ago. Wa, member of Calhollc Order at Foresters. Survivors: six daughters, Mrs. Collie Matthews, Mrs. Larry Mol- sio, Mrs. Eugene Loumon, Mrs. Dole Darling and Mrs. Edward J. Hill, all of Tacoma, and Mrs. Robert E. Alnslle, Symrna, Tenn.; two sisters, Mrs. Euna Appley, Spokane, and Mrs. All Erlck- son, Omaha; 18 grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. Vancouver BOURCIER, Mrs. Charles (Bertha), 81, died March 29. Requiem April 1, St. James Church. Burial St. James Ceme- tery. Born In Red Lake Falls, Mlnn. Moved to Centraila two years ago after 30 years In Vancouver. Was member of Alter Society. Survivors: five sons, Fred, San Diego, Calif.; Leslie and George, Vancouver; Paul, Camas, and Charles, Portland; two daughters, Mrs. Ray Pry, McMInnvllle, Ore., rind Catharen Bourcler, Seattle. Hamilton. Mylan Funeral Home. CORRIN, Mrs. Jullo Loraffo, 80, of 510 S. Morgan Road, died AI'II'I. Requ!em April 4, St. Joseph Church. Bur/al St. James Acres. Born In Trey- nor, Iowa. Lived In Vancouver past 21 years. Survivors: two sons, Richard J., Vancouver, and William H., Los An- JEROME L. JAGER geles; three daughters, Mrs. Genevieve Attorney Schole, Vancouver; Miss Catherine R. 1010 Logan Bldg., Seattle Corrln, Lo, Angeles, and Mrs. Julia Kearsley, St. Helens, Ore.; brother, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE P. H., Denver, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. State of Washington for the County of Moryann Cavanough, Denver, and Miss King. Margaret Costella, Alliance, Nob.; IS In the Matter of the Estate of LOUIS grandchildren and 14 great-grandchll. KAPETAN, JR., An Incompetent. In dren. Hamllten.Mylan Funeral Home. Probate. NO. 175359. Notice to Creditors. WHALEN, Clifton J., 64, of 11104 Notice is hereby given that the under- Kauffmon Ave., died March 38. Requiem signed has been appointed and has qual- April 2, St. James Church. Burial St. ihed as guardian of the estate of LOUIS James Cemetery. Born In Tupper Lake, KAPETAN, JR., an Incompetent; that N.Y. Lived in Vancouver post 19 all persons having claims against said years. Was member of Aluminum Incompetent are hereby required to serve Workers. Survivors: wife, Gladys; son, the same duly verlged, on said Jerome Bill, and lwo daughters, Patrlcla and L. Japer or the attorneys of record at Dorothy, oll of Vancouver; four els. the addrnss below stated, and file the ters, Katherine Tripbany, Dorothy :same with the Clerk of said Court, to- Bayer, Dora Parker and Nellie BouIley, gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publl- oll of Massena, N.Y. Hamilton-My an cation of thl, notice, or the same will Funeral Home. be barred. Births Date of first publication March 27, 1964. JEROME L. JAGER 'LONGVlEW--St. John's N0spltai Guardlan of sald Estate. port= the follvlng birthe .to Mr. m 1010 Logan Building Mrs.: '  JEROME L. JAGER Peter W. Zaugg, boy, /rah 26.1"i Attorney for Estate, James M. McDanlol, girl, April 1. 1010 Logan Building Thomas L. Mlelke, girl, April 4. Seattle, Washington Final 4-10-64 Arthur Stacey, boy, April 6,. i i John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Heart o t te Medical Center II TAought[ul Serwice Always, hen your need is greatest . . . All Facil;fie$ on Ground Floor acre tracts to the City of Seattle, North 52o29'52" East 330 feet, more 6 Level, Including Two Chapels according to plat recorded In volume or less, to the true point of begin- 17 of plats, page 70, records of King nlng; EXCEPT Roads; ( CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED County, Washington; Situate In the County of King, State of PARKING PROVIDED levied on as the property of all at the Washington; and to obtain a deficiency said defendants herein, to latisfy a ludgment for the balance duo on two 'udgment °t a t°recl°sure °f a m°"'a" pr°m'ss°ry n°'" secured bY s°Id mart Adam.. Fo'rkoer amounting to Twelve thousand sixty six gage and mortgage extension agreement and 20/100 ($12,066.20) Dollars, attorney's and for the other and usual Incidents to fees of $525.00, $35.4S for title search, the foreclosure of o real estate mortgage. the cost of suit and interest In favor of First Publleatlan 4-10-64. plaintiff. ROBERT H. LAMB 1 M,IASI:T:¥ __ Dated this 23rd day of March, 1964. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, JACK D. PORTER, Sheriff Attorneys for Plaintiff By Carol Clalbourn, Deputy BRUMEACH & HENNESSEY, First publication 3.27.64. 1407 Alaska Building, Flnal 4-24*64 Seaftlo, Washlngton 98104. Flnal 5-15-64''::'=::s:::::'=:':::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::