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BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS II II I SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30€ Per" Line, -:- PHONE: MA 2.8880--Local 21 -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday CLASSIFIED RATE&apos; umamm m-,m, .,,m.J 3oc PER UNE ' i nvm=m rVK DAkm Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m.  -- -- A Home ,07 P ,% CONTEMPORARY i,,.:,,.:..-.: _ ,.i,;rllm,.... Hapmness CARPET WORK q:gn(3 rKI }' ", a T. REDUCED $2500 " ....... I- "--,,,4'it"-i'-,€ !110 /11 2 BLKS. FROM CHURCH CLEANING W/W CARPETS i " < .v ilia .,/t  "J/',' AND SCHOOL In your home. 8 YRS OLD ,.I/,M,K.--./ilml -- -- "KRAMER CLEANER LA 55450 . • N'lBl/ T^ Illll THIS. HOME !S ONLY 5 YEARS. OLD • " (I" I  -'/'t .,:''_:T/ /11 n61u ana still In rap snaps. Completely fin-  ,1) I "t'.IOU l=-j-',ill IV llJV I Ished Including landscaping and beautl- CHILDREN'S APPAREL "hl, I ¢' thn chMrnct rn! ...... r v In   J -- ful patio. Modern kitchen with built-In '' -terrific'area "(F[clmoni''lTahn'ds) o J,.J ....... range and even. Glass sliding doors to u sundeck looking over back yard and CHRISTENING and comparable or better homes we have I JU( ]l ' ."t-kAkAIIMIFM rDI:::C(q had n a ong 1me This home has a ;: ---''-- ,J.vl.vJX=J' ,,,-.., the extras everyone is looking for  "'" N0w's the Time To Y( H( .,,o. Wall to wall carpeting In living room, dining room, hall and masler white dresses always at double storm windows all over--lnsu-: THE MERRY.GO-ROUND CHILDREN'S SHOPS (Northgate & 1305 Fifth Ave., Seattle), CONTRACTING I-A CONSTRUCTION CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CONCRETE WORK, PATIOS, CARPORTS, PAINTING CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, putters and doWnspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free estimates• Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-81 840 Poplar Place ENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years 1o pay. PA 2-4463 SAVE 30% Finest pointing, looper hanging. Wall paper display on hand. Free estimates. AT 3.1836 DANCE BANDS lated sidewalls and floors. Amazingly low heat bills. Sewers and winding dead end streets. Hurry, call now, EM 4- 1180 on ad No. 3128. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 13300 Eothell Way HE. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-1180 LARGE FAMILY HOME Excellent condition throughout. Close to transportallon, schools and shopping. Corner lot provides malestlc charm. 6 bdrms., den, large living & dining rooms, modern kitchen, full basement. Huge sundeck yields a superb sweep- Ing Lake view. Excellent buy at $26,500. Mrs. Holmes EA 3-7925. NICHOLAS SCHMITT, JR. REAL ESTATE MA. 2-6550 NORTH END--THREE BEDROOM RAMBLER Recreation room. Utility. Patio. 1V= baths. Two fireplaces. Double carped. Nicely landscaped. Easy access 1o new freeway and schools. By owner. PR DUTCH COLONIAL 5 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS AUTO. KITCHEN $18,500 FHA APPRAISED MIN. FHA TERMS OR ZERO DN. G.I. ARMY TRANSFER: forces this seller to sell this (custom built) Dutch Colonial, situated In an area of oll nice homes. Its value far exceeds ;he price. A full authentic 5 bedroom home with extra large bedrooms. Double wardrobe clos- ets and a bath to service each floor. Individual entertaining size living room with log size fireplace beautifully fin- Ished In 'Texas Fossil Stone'. The P.F.P. $11,950 CHRIST THE KING IN CITY 6ON I FULL BASEMENT 2 BATHS AC OIL FURNACE Aft. Garage LARGE LOT All Fenced DANCE "To the Starllters" Church and club dances, are our special- ty. For available dates coil C. M. 1M0lemans. Mere. St. Benedicts, LA 2- FOOD--INTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXlCANA MexI.Catelson . 4, th A.,..s.w, ' WE. S.l,. FOR RENT ST. LOUISE LAKE HILLS 'TWO blocks tO St. Louise. Loose. Avail- able Junl tst. 4 bedrooms. Built In oven and range. ReCreation room with • 2nd fireplace In daylight basement. Large storage room. Double carped. Close to schools, church, shopping. S130 month. SH 6-4580. 6-9794. THREE BEDROOMS, 2 BATHROOMS ON 1 FLOOR Slate entry. Wall to wall carpeting and drapes. Daylight basement. One block to Our Lady of Fatima. 111,250. AT 2-4444. INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE YOUR PLACB OR OUR| OUR6TH YEAR A.L. ANDERSON PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) bedroom. Large kitchen nook. Recre- ation room. Two baths• Workshop. Two car garage. Two fireplares. Located on dead.end street. Priced at $25,500--- CALL EM 3-5783 for appointment. Home Is vacant. THREE;ROOM UNFURN- ISHED APARTMENT. HEAT AND HOT WATER, TILE BATH, KITCHEN. LOTS OF CLOSETS. q) U I ET BUILD- ING. CLOSE STORES, BUS, ST. JOSEPH'S. REASON- ABLE. EA 2-0018 -- 525 16th EAST OUR LADY OF THE LAKE bedrom home newly decorated. Beau- tlful yard. $75. 3815 N.E. 99th. OLYMPIC VIEW REALTY LA 3.8610 h, SSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One.half block Cathedral. HA. 3-4174 i i FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. *'Free MISC. FOR SALI Poor Peoples Prices New and ulod steel end pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 DELICIOUS, home-made broken thee aisles, Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (opposite Marshall School). NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING C.RE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. NO. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State LIc. No. 69 t732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 • ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nurslnp care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State Lie. No. 249) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3.4296 i PERSONAL delivery," Credit. FOSTEk HOMES RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE , NEEDED U S-1378 Redmond We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for Intants as well as HELP WANTED . older children. Board rate, medical care • . ".'--" .......... and clothing are provided by the agency. • 4f-kl *%f .AI/"%L Ekl If you are Interested please ca IVEIN ,JR VY%JIVIEIN I MA3"9065 ' TIME CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES FULL OR PART I ..................... "ro HELP CATHOLIC MISSIONARIES THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fos- IN HOME MISSIONS. STARTING SAL- tar Parents to care for newborn babes ARY. BONUS PLAN INSURANCE. PENSION. LOCAL TERRITORY. WRITE. EXTENSION MAGAZINE. P.O. BOX 6426 TIGARD 97223 OREGON 40USEKEEPER FOR CATHOLIC REC- TORY, three priests. Written references required. Reply to The Progress, Box H.  I' LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King. ss.: SHERIFFS OFFICE. By vldue of an ORDER OF SALE Issued out of the Honorable Superior Coud of the State of Washlqgton for King County, on the 20th day of March, 1964, by the Clerk thereof In the case of =rudential Mutual Savings Bank, a Mu- Savings Bank, Plal:tlff, versus George D. KenJalo and Norms C. Ken- Jalo, his wlfe, and Gordon F. Hill and Irene M. Hill, his with; and Ranch Homes, Inc., and J. K. Jorgenson, and Jane Doe Jorgenson, his wife, d/b/a Jor- genson Realty Co., ana The United States of America, and Commercial Ser- vice Company, Inc., a corporation, De. --Please call Catholic Children's Serv. Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. i PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . Retail Store L, G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9lh Ave. N.W. 5U 3-685 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & "IV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 UPHOLSTERY HANDICAPPED UPHOLSTER WILL RE-UPHOLSTER YOUR FURNITURE REASONABLE. SU 3-2791 i i WANTED TO EUY WANTED, ORIENTAL RUGS ANY SIZE -- CALL EA5-4550 DAILY, NOON TO FIVE i WANTED TO BUY HOMES fendants, d WANTED: 4 bedrom, approx mutely 60x No. 615018, and to me, as Sheriff, dl- 120 It. lot. 10 blocks or less 1o Catholic retted and delivered: I school. Prefer St. John or Christ the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I J King. SU 2.4805. will proceed to sell at public auction to __ the blghest bidder for cash, within the hou prescribed by law for Sheriff's ales, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on[ LI'[AL NDTIII% 'the 1st day of May, 1964, before theJ n= .,'==m C'3urt House door of King County, Jet-   ferson Street entrance, at Seatt e n COMFORT, DOLACK & HANSLER AGE 2 Green Lake 2 bedrooms -- 2 fireplaces FULL BASEMENT Nothing to compars at S18,5001 Spacious floor plan, attractive beamed cathedral ceilings, ranch style kitchen. DON'T SIGN ANYTHING 'TIL YOU SEE THISI Call LA 2-6169, Bests Inc. large ranch kitchen with birch cabl': 0 DOWN nets, built-In range, oven and dish- washer Is a housewlve's delight. All Improvements are in. For appointment J Coil now to see Ad No. 3450. to see Ad 1311 coil LI 2-3184. [ Picture Floor Plans, Inc. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. 7314 Aurora Ave. 18332 Aurora Ave. J LA 4-1130 GENTLEMAN ST. JOSEPH'S Excellent 4 bedroom Colonial In a most ESTATE PARISH convenient area, close to church and 5 PLUS ..oo, Call Mrs. Murphy, EA 3-2783. FHA terms $19,800. CH 3-1550. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. BEAUTIFUL LANDSCAPED ACRES SURROUNDED BY NATURAL BEAU- TY. Formal entrance occented by a hallmark of stately elm, Introduce8 this spacious semi-formal yard, bordered by an abundance of flowering shrubs end trees. Year around stream flowing into large pool. Large four bedroom Dutch Colonial with full basement. 2 car de- tached garage. Large covered cabana tar outdoor Ilvlag. Smell guest house rented at $70 per month. One of the most select properties In the greater Renton area, priced for a quick sale at $37,500. BA 6-6363 OR AL 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES 301 FOURTH AVENUE RENTON, WASHINGTON IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT IHnlsheq homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open sally 10 a.m; 'ill 9 at night. Call Pres- tlge Homes, Inc., SH 6.9221. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY TN! 3917 NE 45th LA2-5626 ST. CATHERINE'S SIx bedrooms, full basement, gas heat. Two baths, double garage. Large fenced lot. Frult trees. Two blocks church, school, stores. $21,000.--Owner. SU 2-536.5. DO YOU NEED 4 BDRMS. HERE ARE 2 OF THE FINESTI t. $17,950--Engllsh brick, 1V= baths, some lake view, 3 blocks to Assumption church. 2. $19,500--Wedgwood Colonial, family room, off kitchen, plus, 2 full baths. Our Lady of the Lake. Call Pat Hentschel (mere. Our Lady of the Lake). HIIIcrest Realty Inc. LA 4-5010 ST. MARK'S NEXT DOOR, secluded area, 2 Iovel new homes on', large "lots;r ramblers, : and 4 bedrooms. 2 full baths. Larg stone fireplaces. Thick Shake roofs se led red birch nslde finish. Appliances, See these homes before you buy. $23,- 90,, owner and builder. EM 2-5502-- 18044 12th N.E. E-XC:E-C'L'ENf'-b'usiness Investment oppor- tunity. Two store buildings, one leased right on Hlway 99 North of Everett. Ideal retired man or couple. For sale, or will accept partner. About $7500 down, fully secured. Write Rt. 2, Box 364A, Stonwood Washlngfon LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff 1407 Alaska Bulidlng Seaffle, Washlngten 98t04 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County of King. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN AS. SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. REUBEN J. ROBERTS and YVON- HIE ROBERTS, his wife, Defendants. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. No. 618791. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: REUBEN J. ROBERTS and YVONNIE ROBERTS, his wife, 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 10th day of April, 1964, and defend the above an. titled action and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy ot your an- swer 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 against you ac- cording to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The obiect of this action Is to foreclose a mortgage upon real estate In Kin County, described as: The Southeasterly One Hundred (100) feet of the Northwesterly One Hun- dred Ninety (190) feet ot the North- easterly One Hundred Fifty (150) feet of that portion of the Northeast Quarter (NEV) of the Northeast Quarter (NEV4) of Section 19, Town- ship 21 North, Range 6 East W.M. described as follows: Beginning at the Northwest corner of sold subdivision; 1hence South 3730 , 09" East along the extension of the centerllne of the Franklin Howard Rood end along said centerllne 919.93 ST. JOSEPH'S SWEEPING VIEW 3 BEDROOMS Beautiful Dutch Colonial, In excellent condition. Three full bedrooms. Family size dining room, plus large modern kitchen. Daylight basement. For more details call Mary Brocelin EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700 Sf. Bernacleffe Brand new 3-bdrm. basement home situ- ated on quiet dead end street--Walking distance to Catholic .chool and church. Built-In range & oven--lV baths--2 flreplnces--space for 4th bedroom and family room in daylight lower level. PLASTERED! Homes are hard to find. We have one In lovely Blakely Manor near Burlen. This quality home features: Grand pi- ano size living rm.--dinlng rm.--ce. ramie tile kitchen--3 king size bed- rooms--Lovely back yard fenced by IIv. Ing rose hedge. $16,250--$350 Dn. Va- cant, Immediate passesslon. Our ex- clusive. Call CH 3-1550. Soufh Encl Broker, Inc. 11036.--lst Avenue So. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE FULL BASEMENT 4 BEDROOMS SLATE ENTRY TO LOVELY FAMILY HOME. Living . room has attractive Arizona stone fireplace backed by pan- elled wall. Wall to wall carpeting, sep- arate dining room, enhanced by Inside planter. All bedrooms on main floor. Double plumbing, handy kitchen with d i s h w a s h e r and disposal. "Pass through" tn adjoining breakfast nook. Large recreation room, nicely finished with mahogany panelling. Lovely land- scaped and fenced grounds. $21,750. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. 8040 35th N.E. LA 3-555S ST. JOHN'S 3 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT ONLY $ 12,500 This an exceptionally fine family home with:solid oak hardwood floors. Fire- place, separate dining room and spa- €laus living room. Modern AC heat. Level yard. Detached garage. Owner will carr own Y contract on very rea- sonable terms. Call ME 2.4200 or SU 3-4773. MARIE MOSS REALTY 1716 NORTH 45th ME 24200 ST. ANNE'S WEST HIGHLAND DRIVE S bedroom, 2 bath, 15x27 ft. living room. Fireplace, separate dining room and den. Modern kit. with dishwasher, w/w carpels. 64x150 ft. lot. $36,500. Call Mr. Garrison evenings AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY INC. IIV= Boston AT 3-5511 OPEN SUNDAY 1:30.TO ,5 P.M. NEW HOME 18926 11th N.E. TERRITORIAL VIEW Three bedroom, full basement, double ga- rage, deluxe appliances. Wall to wall carpet end draperies. Builder. EM 3-5037. NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOE ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 -- S:--G R-G-E - 3.4- B DR O 6 M S - Well kept older home. FHA $10,500, $100 down. Come see 5403 13th South. Call your broker or owner. PA 5-6780. LEGAL NOTICES CORBETT, SlDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys 847 Logan BuIIdlnp Seattle 1, Washington N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stats 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. 614692. Summons by Pub- llcatlon. STATE OF WASHINGTON TO AURELIA SANTOS DOMINGO: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED TO APPEAR wilhin slxly days otter the date of the flrst publication of this Summons, to wit: withln slxty days after the 3rd day of April, 1964, and answer the complalnt of plalntlff end serve a copy of your answer upon the under- signed attorneys for plalntlff at thelr of- rice below stated. In case of your fallure to do so, judgment wlll be rendered agalnst you accordlng to the demand of the complaint whlch has been filed wlth the Clerk of said Coud. The pur- pose of thls action Is to establlsh the ownershlp of the incompetent, Edward G. O'Brlen, for whom plalntfff Is guardlan, of the sum of $4,987.00 .n the Registry of the King County Superior Court In Cause No. 143808, sold sum belng the )roceeds of sole of real property owned by Incompetent end In which defendant, Aurolla Santos Domlngo, claims an inter- est. The purpose of this action Is to establish plolntift's ownership therein and to obtain a judgment of partition thereof in favor of plaintiff's incompetent. C. R. LONERGAN, JR. of Corbett, Slderlus & Lonergan, Attorneys for Plaintiff. OFFICE AND POST OFFICE ADDRESS: Corbett, SIderlus & Lonergan 947 Logan Building Seattle 1, Washlngton Main 4-2900 Final 5-9.64 TAKE OVER PAYMENTS Equity Is yours. Nothing down. $11,800 balance. 4 zedrooms, 1V baths, dining, bdsement, corner lot. St. Benedicts, close shopping. Owner. ME 2-3332. _ BRYANT-ASSUMPTION Four bedrooms. Two baths. Dining room, plus large family eating area in mod- ern kitchen. Well to wall carpet, drapes. Detached gnrage. $17,750. By owner. LA 4.3336. OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY & SUNDAY I TO 5 P.M. 5130- 3rd N.W. Four bedroom brick, basement with ga- rage. Fireplace, wall to wall carpet. New kitchen with dishwasher. Olympic i Friday, April 17, 1964 THE PROGRESS--II Memoriam In I Everett Seattle 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. Francis ,]OnBS, died April 19, 1936. The Rev. J o E e p h Francis Conway, died April 21, 1948. Aberdeen KEAN, John Henry, 79, of 5906 Cen- trnl Park Drive, died April 4. Requiem April 8, at St. Mary Church. Burial Miles City, Mont. Born In Now York State. Lived in Grays Harbor about 14 years, coming from Miles City, where he had lived over 35 years. Was car- man with railroad over 35 years, re- firing several years ago. Member of Carmen's Union and Eagles Ladge, both at Miles City. Survivors: two daugh- ters, Mrs. John Vessey and Mrs. Paul Love, both Aberdeen; 10 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. EIderlng Mortuary. Auburn DULLENTY, Robert W., died re- cently. Requiem Mass April 10, Holy Family Church. Burial Auburn Ceme- tery. Powers-Wrlgley-Clements Funeral Home. HEBERT, Joseph E., 64, ot Route 1, died April 7. Requiem April 11, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial Evergreen. Born In Nalmo, Mich. Resi- dent of Everett past 59 years. Recently retired offer 40 years with Everett Lumber Co. Survivors: wife, Violet M.; four sons, William, Edmonds; Joseph, Thomas and Robert, oll of Everett; daughter, Mrs. Margaret Herd, Seattle; three brothers, Ernest, Morysvllle; Harry, Seattle, and Lyle, Juneau, Alaska; two sisters, Mrs. Marion Christlanson, Marysvllle, and Mrs. Genevieve Sammons, El Paso, TeK.; 11 grandchildren. Cassidy Funeral Home. MOORE, Mrs. Donald R. (Agnli Clair), 60, of 3805 Colby Ave., died April 6. Requiem Aprll 9, Immaculate Conception Church. Burial Evergreen. Born and lived oll her life In Everett. Was member of Altar Society and St. Rita's Guild. Survivors: husband; son, Roy, Everett; four sislers, Mrs. Ruth Harding and Mrs, Ann Rose, both at Seattle; Mrs. Atlce Kannow and Mrs. WInlfred Davenport, both in California; brother, Joe Dorsey, Tacoma. Solie Funeral Home. SHUCK, Mrs. James (Corrlne H.) 39, of 205 76th St., died April 7. Re- quiem April 10, St. Mary Magdalen Church. Burial Washlnglon Memorial Park, Seattle. Born In Seattle. Moved to Everett In 1956. Survivors: husband; son, Slephen, end two daughters, Terrl and Debble, all at home; mother, Mrs. Agnes Lyon, Seattle; father, Frank W. Beebe, Seattle; brother, Francis R. Beebe, Seattle. Cassidy Funeral Home. RAYMONO, Mrs. Hugh A. St. (E. re), 74, 105 N. W. 77th St., died A rll 13, Requiem April 16, St. John Church. Born in EIlensburg. C(LO here in 1918. Survivors: husband; Hugh A., Jr., Rlchland; daughter M.r . Joseph Gordon, ealtte; SlSler Vr& Nora Pelts, Kent; Mrs. Anl.d "M! DougOl, Renton, and Mrs. Charrotf# Schaller, Seatte; three grandchttdre Hoffner's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. WARD, Mrs. Albod (Alice), * , 13547 23rd Pi. N.E., died April '12, RIP quiem April 16, St. Matthew Charcl Burial Holyrood. Born In Irelond Came here 15 years ago from SequIm. Survivors: husband; daughlers, Mro. Troy Thomas, Mrs. Verne Motrl0ttt and Mrs. Richard Fitzgerald; $on Albed, Dennis and PutrlCko oil Seattle; FInton, Sacramento, Calif., end:Jack, Sedro Woolley; slster Mrs; Robert Stewad, Mrs. Thomas Pnrr, Mr, GraCe Brondt and Miss Eetty, GreW. nan; brother, James Grennrm, all, ,P ottle; brothers, George Gront, d. quire, cnd Ftnton, Enumclow; 1. gn, children; seven great.gmndchret Manning & Sons Funeral Home: . WHALEN, Patrick L., 76, 925 Yokl- ma Ave. S., died April t2. Requiem April 15, St. Mary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Pittsburgh PI. Came here 61 years ago. SurvNor: wife, Ermon E.; son, Eugene N,; daughters, Mrs. Wtlllam FauIds and Mr,. Frances Lebley, all Seattle, dnd Mrs. Robert DeHnd, San Froncts, and 12 grandchildren. Manhlng & Sons Funeral Home. .... .j'.' Bellingham GRANT. Lea J., 56, died April 7. Requiem high Mass April 10, Assump- tion Church. Resided in Belllngham post 33 years. Was World War II veteran, machine tender at Georgia Pacific Tissue Division and member of VFW William Mathews Post, Ameri- can Legion and Elks Lodge. Survivors: moth,r, Mrs. Mary E. Grant, New Westminster, B.C.; two brolhers, David J. and Walter F., both of Bellinghom. Westford Funeral Home. SYGITOWlCZ, Paul A., 83, of Detains Star Roule, died April 6. Requiem April 9, St. Joseph Church, Clipper. Burial Van Zandt Cemetery. Resident of county since 1906. Survivors: wife, Emilio; four sons, Leo, Belllngham; Paul, Skykomlsh; Stanley and Joseph, both of North Bend; two doughlers, Mrs. Emella Vorls, Seatlle, and Mrs. Mary Frastlck, Los Vegas; 15 grand- children and three great grandchildren. Weslford Funeral Home. Burlington GORES, Marlin, 62, died April 9. Requtem April 13, St. Charles Church. Burial Burllnglon Cemelery. Lived in Burlln0ton area since 1947. Had done some farming. Was member o.f Brother- hood of Maintenance of Way Employ- ees, Survivors: wife, Anna; three daughters, Mrs. Magdalen Thompson, Burlington; Mrs. Carole Garman, Sedro Woolley, and Mrs. Shirley Persons, Everett; son, Norman, Medford, Ore.; lhree sisters, Mrs. Katherine Held, North Dakota; Mrs. Morale Leldhano Detroit, and Sister Dorothy Made, Kansas City; three brothers, Albert, Concrete; Hubert and Sylvesler, both In North Dakota; 12 grandchildren. Hulbush Funeral Home. Everett DHEIN, Welter H., 78, of 160S Paci- fic Ave., died April 6. Requiem April 10, Immaculate Conception Church. Burial Evergreen. Born In Sauk Rapids, Minn. Resided In Everett past 35 years. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Geor0e Stecher, Everett; sister, Mrs. Ella Lokensgaard, Altkln, Minn.; five grand- children and two great-grandchildren. Cassldy Funeral Home. Births ABERDEENSt. Joseph Hospital re. pods the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Donald M. Ledesma, boy, March 1. D. J. Thomas, boy, March 15. William G. RaJclch, boy, March 18. BELLINGHAMSt. Joseph's General Hospital reports the following bldhs to Mr. and Mrs.: Robed Batterberry, boy, April 1. Geratd Bladles, girl, April 7. LIcerlo C. Lagda, girl, April 7." Richard Aregger, glrl, April 9. Juan Pens, boy, Aprll 10. John Steenmeyer, glrl, April 10. LONGVlEW  St. John's Hospltal reports the tallowing blahs to Mr. and Mrs.: Ellis D. Harlan Jr., girl, April 8. Melvin L. Chaufty, boy, April 9. William V. Martin, girl, April 9. Sylvan P. Newton, twins, April 9. William D. Buchan, boy, April 11. Frederick R. Bonnell Jr., girl, April 13. LEGAL NOTICE CURRAN & CURRAN Mukilteo  ERODNIAK, Thomas A., 73, of.947 Fifth St., died April 12. Requiem April 16, St. Mary Magdalen Church, Ever- ett. Burial Evergreen. Born in Poznan, Poland. Resided in MukIIteo 42 years. Was employed at Everett Plywood and Door Co. Was member of Holy Name Society. Survivors: who, Anna; two sons, Waiter, Cle Elum, and Edwin, Everefi; tour brothers, Andrew, Ever- ett; John, California; Joe and Wallace both at Mukilteo; four sisters, Mrs. Pauline Lee, Everett; Mrs. Mary Le- Vane and Mrs. Hattie Baird, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Barbara Chamber- lain, Mukqlea; four grandchildren. Cos- sidy Funeral Home. Olympia GILMORE, Frank Edward, 73, of 227 N. MIIroy St., died April 8, Re- quiem April 11, St. Michael Church. Burial, with military honors, Clvary Cemetery. Born In Nebraska City, Nab. Lived in Olympia since 1949. World War I Army veteran and worked In Bremerton Navy Yard in World War II. Lived in Spokane 33 years and In Los Angeles. Worked as elec- trician most ot his life. Survivors: wife, Mary E.; son, William Joseph, Oak Harbor; six brothers, WItllam, Calltornla; George and Harry, Down- ers Grove, Ill.; Hugh, New Smyrna Beach, Fie.; Timothy, Fargo, N.D., end James, Los Angeles; sister, Ella, Downers Grove; three grandchildren. Selene end Eros Funeral Home. Puyallup BURGLER, Adolph, 65, of 32@, Second St. N.E., died April 8. Re- quiem April 11, All Saints Church. Burial New Tacoma Cemetery. Born In Switzerland. Lived In Tacoma area since 1924. Was retired logger and member of Swiss Society of Tacoma. Survivors: two brothers, Frank, Span- away, and Bolz, Switzerland; two sisters, In Switzerland. Powers.Wrlgley. Clements Funeral Home, TASLAK, Mrs, Anton D. (Kale), 92, of 1004 W. Main Ave., died ApHI 9, Requiem April 11, Sacred Head Church, Enumclaw. Burial Enumclaw Cemetery. Born In Yugoslavia. Came to Puyallup one year ago from Enum- claw where she had lived 41 years. Was S2-year member of Croatian Frater- nal Lodge of America. Survivors: hus- band; two daughters, Mrs. Catherine Bower, Rlchlond, and Mrs. Eva Ed- wards, Puyallup; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Hill Funeral Home. WYDRA, Call, 78, af Route 6, died April 8. Requiem April 10, SS. Peter and Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Poland. Lived in Tacoma 33 years. Was retired oiler and member of Polish National Alliance and Sawmill Workers Union. Survivors: two dough. tars, Mrs. Josephine Schatz and Mrs. Stella Dronge, both el" Puyaltup/ 4we brothers, Andrew, Puyallup, and August, Tacoma; sister, Mary Brads, Poland; one grandson. Cassedy and Alien Mortuary. Seattle DeMARCHI, Vittoria, 72, 4208 S. 124th St., died April 9. Requiem April 11 St. Thomas, RIverlon. Born in Italy. Came here in 1924. Survivors: wife, Rena; daughter, Mrs. Edward Woods, Puyallup, four grandchildren end two slslsrs in Italy. Green • Lake Funeral Home. GAVOSTO, Mrs. Rlta, 1; forme;Iy"o 4811 27th Ave. S., died, April 6. Re- quiem April 11 St. Edward Cburch; Attorneys Born In Italy. Came hero In 1918; SuP. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE rivers: son, Aide MOltivl, Stanwood; State ot Washington for the County of stepson, Thomas Gavosto, Sedltle; King Thomas Gavosta, SootHe; brother and In the Matter of the Estate of SARAH a sister in Michigan, another sister In ENRIGHT, Deceased. in Probate. No. Italy and three grandchildren. Columbia 170221. Notice of Hearing Final Report Funeral Home. and Petition tar Distribution. LINSTAD, Mrs. Ann Colltth 53, 3242 Notice Is hereby given that Ethel B. S. Edmunds St., died April 10. Re- Shannon, Admlnlstratrlx of the Estate of qulem April 13, St, Edward Church. Sarah Enrlght, has filed In the office of Born In Seattle. Survivors: husband, the Clerk of said Court her final Report Harold; sister, Mrs. Mary Kalem; und petltlon for dlstrlbutlon, asking the brothers, James and Joseph Colettl; Court to settle sold Report, distribute father, Louis Colettl, oll Seattle. Co- the property to the persons thereto en- lumbla Funeral Home. titled end to discharge said admlnlstra- LOFTUS, Edward, 69, 509 3rd Ave. trlx; and that said Report end petition died April 11. Requiom April 14 St. will be heard on the 6th day of May, Edward Church. Burial Holyrood. Sur; 1964, at 9:30 A.M,, at the Court Room of rivers: doughier, Mrs. Laurel L. Lore- the Probate Department of said Court, beN, Seattle; son, dward, Colored0 at which time and place any person In- Springs, Cole.; sister, Mrs. Emily terested in said Estate may appear and Grimes, Alameda, Calif., and five file oblectlons thereto and contest the grandchildren. Columbia Funeral Home. same. LYNCH, Mrs. John (Theresa) 66, Dated this 8th day of April, 1964. 1726 N. 801h St., died April 9. Requiem Date of first publication, April 10, 1964. April 13 St. Benedict Church. Burial NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Calvary. Born in Park City, Utah. • Clerk of said Court. Came here 63 years ago. Member of Tacoma CRANDALL, Mrs. PaUl H. (Merle Catherine Moatz), died April 8 in So Diego where she had lived PaSt 10 years. Requiem high Mass at Our Lady of Grace Church, El CaJan, Calif., and requiem also offered Aprll 13, St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Ta- coma and lived there oil her" llfe unHI moving to California. Taught as substitute in Tacoma Public schools 192-34 and at Shermnn, Fern Hill ' Geiger elemenlary schools from 193f 53. Was member of Tacoma Women,s Universffy Club. Survivors: husband, El Colon; brother, Earl E. Monahan, Portland. Gnffney Funeral Home. , KURTZ, Edward Earl, died recently. Requiem April 9, Visitation Church. Burial Calvary. Piper Funeral Home. CURREN, Earl J., 4627 A St., dled April 13. Requiem April 16, Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born and lived all his life In Tacoma. Was retired stationary engineer and mem- ber of Local 606, Stationary Engineers. Survivors: wife, Clara; two daughter, Mrs. Florlece ROSSOW, Tacoma, end Mrs. James Oxley, Marysvllle; stepson, Hugh J. McMIIIon, New Delhi, India; sister, Mrs. Frank Bake'r, " Tacoma; seven grandchildren. Cassedy and Allah Funeral Home. KNECHT, Claude A,, 39, of $114 N. 30th St., died April 11. Requiem high Mass April 14, St. Patrick Churd. Burlat Calvary. Born and llved oli hlS life In Tacoma. Was sewer deslg chief for City of Tacoma and had been with the city's Pubnc Works I partment the post 16 years. Was I censed civil engineer and World War II Army veteran. Survivors: wife, Bette; threa daughters, Claudia, Gret- chen and Carolyn, and his mother, Mrs. Louise Knecht, oil of Tacoma; three sisters, Mrs. Regina M a c k, Klrkland; Mrs. Rose Oeldrlch, Seatlle, end Mrs. Barbara Vander Wel, Both- ell; four brothers, Carl, Hotbed and Leonard, all of Tacoma, and LawronCe Seattle. Goftney Funeral Home. McDONOUGH, Merlin J. (Curley), 74, at 3324 S. M St., died April 10, Re. qulem April 14, HoW Rosary Churcfi. EUrlal Colvnry. Born In Minnesota. Hayed to Tacoma at ape at four years, lived there ever since. Was retired cdn- structlan engineer and member gt Holy Name Society, National Association of Retired Civil Employes, Narce Chapter; Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wild West Post 91; Veterans of World War I, Bar- racks 158, and 10th Engineers Rotlwdy Co. D during World War I. Survivors: wile, Agnes; son, Robert P., Tacoma; brother, William J., Tacoma, and sis- ter, Marguerite McDenough, Tacoma, :ossly end Allen Mortuary. Vancouver POWERS, Hubert A., 64, of 2306 Fairmount St., died April 7. Requiem April 10, St. Joseph Church. Burial WIIiameffe National Cemetery, Portland. Born In Pence, Nebraska. Lived In Pa- "ctflc Northwest since 1937 and In Van- couver since 1943. Employed by Army Air Corps until 1943, then by Bonne- ville Power Administration. Ex-Army Officers' Training Serviceman. Was member of Knights LOt Columbus and Columbia Power Post of the Amerleao Legion. Survivors: wife, Elsie A.; two daughters, Mrs. Dohna Hogan, Medford, Ore., ond Mrs. Constance Robeds, Portland; two brothers, Dr. rvllg, California, and Arthur, Bend, Ore.; two slslers, Mrs. J. H. Mathla, Hermlstan, Ore., and Miss Wlnetred Powers, South Dakota; three ran, children. Hamllton-Mylan Funeral Hom 7,900 Catholics =':" In. Norway .... ..,, OSLO (NC)--Norway's Ce tral Bureau of Statistics re,, ported that the Roman Cath, olic population of the nation stood at 7,900 in 1960 as agains  4,753 in 1950. The bureau said that 96.25 per cent of the pop:, ulation o 3.6 million belows to the official (LuthermT) Church of Norway. '[: ..'.;: the State of Washington, the following Attorneys for Plnlntlff described property, situated In King County, State at Washington, to-wit: Lot 6, block 2, Mitchell and Brown- son's subdivision of one-qu,orter (V4) acre tracts to the City of Seattle, according to:plat recorded In volume 17 of plats, page 70, records of King County, Washington; levied on as the properly of all of the said defendants herein, to satisfy a Judgment bf a foreclosure of o mortgage Jamounflng to Twelve thousand sixty six nd 20/10 ($12,066.20) Dollars, attorney's fees of $525.00, $39.48 tar title search, the cost of suit and Interest In favor of plaintiff. Doted tls 23rd day of March, 1964. JACK D. PORTER, Sheriff By Coral Clalbourn, Deputy First publication 3-27-64. Final 4-24-64 REGAL AND McDONELL By Lawrence K. McDenoll Attorneys for Estate, $77 Dexter Horten Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlngton for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of DEAN B. CALLINGS, Deceased. In Probate No. 169441. Notice To Creditors. Notice I hereby given that the undeF signed has been appointed and has qualified as de bonls non of the estate of Dean B. Ceilings, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Administrator de bonts non or ottorney 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 slx months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, April 3rd, 1964. 819 South K Street Tacoma, Wash!ngton 98405 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of Kmg. CAROLYN P. CORCORAN, a/k/a CARO- LYN PINNER CORCORAN, Plaintiff, vs. ALICE TWIGG; SARAH LOUISE COOK; JANE DOE COOK, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook; The unknown heirs at law of Alice Twlgg, Sarah Louise Cook and Jane Doe Cook, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook, If any be deceased, and all other persons or parties un- known claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the redl estate des- cribed In the complaint herein, De. fendants. In Probate. No. 616497. Sum- mons, by Publication. 1"O: Alice Twlgg; Sarah Louise Cook; Jane Doe Cook, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook; The unknown heirs at law at Alice Twigs, Sarah Louise Cook end Jane Doe Cook, daughter of Sarah Louise Cook, If any be deceased, and all other persons or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien ot Interest In the real estate described In the complaint herein, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) day 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 tar the plaintiff at his office below .;toted, and in case of your failure to do so, udgment will be ren- dered against you according to the de- mend of the palntitf's complaint, which has been flied with the clerk of said court. This suit Is to quiet title In the plaintiff in the following described real estate sltuole In Seattle, King County, Washing- i ton, to wit: ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 99104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plnlntlff, vs. CHARLENE L. HADLEY, Indlvldunlly and as Executrix of the Estate of Harry M. Hadley, deceased; unknown hmrs of Harry M. Hadley, deceased; KING COUNTY CREDIT MEN, INC., o corporation; LOTTIE K. LUNAN; un-: known heirs of Lottio K. Lunan, de-, ceased; also all other persons or! parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate described In the complaint herein, Defendants. No. 618365. SUM- MONS BY PUBLICATION. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: LOTTiE K. LUNAN; unknown heirs of -- Lotfle K. Lunnn, deceased; unknown heirs of Harry M. Hadley, deceased, Dotendanls: 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 .the plaJntiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys fr the plaintiff at their offices below stated; and in case at your failure so to do, a ludgment will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has bee filed with the clerk of said court. The ob[ect of this action Is to fore- close o mortgage upon real estate In King County, described as: Lot 11 in Block 20 of Yesler's Second Addition to the City of Seattle, as per plat recorded In Volume 1 of Plats on LAWRENCE K. MeDONELL Lots 3 and 4, Block $3, West Green page 216, records of King County, Administrator de bon]s non of Lake Addffien No. 2. EXCEPT the South 1S feet thereof, said Estate. , By ROBERT A. COMFORT, situate In the City of Seattle, County 577 Dexter Horton Building Attorney for Plalnfltf, of King, State of Washlnglon; Seattle, Wash. , 819 South K Street, and tar the other and usual Incidents to REGAL AND McDONELL Tacoma, Washington 99405. the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. By Lawrence K. McDonell COMFORT, DOLACK & HANSLER, ROBERT H. LAMB Aflorneys for Estatb, Attorneys for Plaintiff, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY $77 Dexter Hodon Bulldlnp 819 South K Street, J Attorneys for Pialntltf Seattle, Wash. Tacoma, Washington 98405. J1407 Alaska Building Final 4-17-64 Final 4-24-641Seattle, Washington 8104 Final 541.64 feet to 1he true point of beginning of the tract of land herein described; thence continuing 5outh 37o30,08 '/ East along the centerllne of sold road 330.00 feet; thence South 52°29'52  West 330.00 feet; thence North 37=30'08 ,' West 330.00 feet; thence North 5229'52 " East 330 feet, more or less, to the true point of begin- ning; EXCEPT Roads; Situate In the County of King, State of Washington; end to obtain a deficlencyl ludgment for the balance due on two promissory notes secured by said mort- gage and mortgage extension agreement end for the other and usual Incidents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. First Publication 4-10.64. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington 98104. Final S-I$.64 ALEX-ANDER L. CAIN Attorney 919 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for *he County at King In the Matter of the Estate of HAROLD WALKER, Deceased, In Probate, No. 175407. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that 1he under- signed has been appointed end has quell- fled as Administrator of the estate of Harold Walker, DeceaseD; that all per- sons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said administrator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and fle the same with the Clerk of said Coud, together with proof at such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publlootlon April 10th, 1964. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Admlnlstrator at sold Estate. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seatlle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 4-24.64 and territorial view. FHA appraised. By R. E. BOARMAN, Deputy. $19,500. CURRAN & CURRAN BY OWNER  WEDGWOOD i (Our Lady of the Lake). Four bedrooms, ; one level slate entry. Planter. Fire- place, kitchen with breakfast nook, dishwasher, disposal. Double plumbing. Basement with recreation room Wall l to wall carpo|lng and drapes. FHA ap-I praised. $22,075. Sell $19,700. 3140 N.E. J $1st. LA 5-7624 LEGAL NOTICES DARE, DUEUAR & CUMMINS Attorneys 1429 Washington Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of PATRICK J. ROUINE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169785. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. HE-., fitted cause end answer the complaint of Notice Is hereby given that JOHN the plaintiff and serve a copy of your ROUINE and VERONICA A. GALVI answer upon the undersigned attorneys Co-Executors of the EMote of PATRICK for the plalntltf at their office as below J. ROUINE, have filed In the office of stated; and In case of your failure so to the Clerk of said Court their final Re- tha Legion of Mary, Altar Society end Young Ladles' Institute. Surviving Is Attorneys for Estate, her husband. John Katin Funeral 213 4th Avenue South, P.O. Box 145 Home. Kent, Wash. M¢GILLICUDDY, Joseph H., 66, 901 Final 4-24-64 6th Ave., died April 5. Requiem AprU 10 St. Anne Church. Burial Hotyrood. -- BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Affornoys Born In Aberdeen, Wash. Came here 1407 Alaska Bulldlng 20 years ago. Survlvors: slster, Mrs. Seattle, Washlngton 98104 Cart Brown; brother, Jack S., both IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle. Manning& Sons Funeral Home. NATERLIN, Mrs. Tony (Josephine), State of Washington in and For the 65, 3912 13th Ave. S., died April 13. County of King =EDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAG I AS. Requiem April 16, St. George ChUrch. SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintltf, B u r I a I Calvary. Born In Yugoslavia. vs. ROBERT G. BENSON and SHAH- Came here 34 years agn. Survivors: ON A. BENSON, his wife, Defendants. husband; daughter, Mrs. John So- rich, Seattle; son, Tony Jurln, Barbell; No. 618739. SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- four grandchildren. Bonney.Watson FU- TION. nerol Home. 'HE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO" ROBERT G. BENSON, Defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to ppenr wlthln slxty (60) days after the flrst publlcatlon of thls summons, to. Hoffner's wlt: withln slxty (60) days after the 10th day at April, 1964, and defend the above.entitled action and the above en- FISHER.KALFUS FUNERAL port and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto en- filled and to discharge said Co-Exocu. tars; and that said Report end 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, at which time and place any person In- terested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Doted this 6th day of April, 1964. Date at first publication April 10, 1964. WALTER W. RENScHLER Clerk of said Court. Ey R. S. Hofedltz Deputy. OORE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS By: Fred H. Dora Attorneys for Estale, 1429 Washington Buildlng Seattle, Wash. Final 4-24, '64 do, a Judgment will be granted against you according to the demands af thq complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of sold court. The oblect at this action Is to foreclose a mortgage upon root estate In King County, Washington, described as: Lot 1, Mldlake Lane, according fo plat ecorded in Volume 67 of Plats, page 91, records of King County, 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 tha promissory note secured by eald mort- gage and for the other and usual Inci- dents to the foreclosure of a reel estate mortgage. First publication 4-10.64. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys tar Plaintiff Address: 1407 Alaska EuIIdlnp Seattle, Washington 98104 Final 5-15-64 HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON.GROUNDS 'PARKING MElrose 2-0100 508 North 36th Seattle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner Dedicated t Serulc# GAFFNET FUNERAL HOMB Since 190 1 South Yaklma at ]0th TACOMA