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BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS RATE: 30 Cents Per Line -:. -:. CLOSING CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 903 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 18 TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. -:. AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 i BEAUTY SALONS CAMPUS BEAUTY SALON I "UNIVERSITY DISTRICT" ME 3-2522 ! 1309 N.E. 43rd I m i BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ST. LUKES ST. JOSEPH'S Nothing Dn. 2 FULL BATHS FHA $450 DOWN 3 BEDROOMS 1800 SQ. FT. FIRST TIME ADVERTISED! I FULL BASEMENT ABSOLUTELY cannot be dupllcoted any- - 12 000 FULL PRICE were for the asking price. Th s large, -i- I , long and low rambler has nlony fee-! Large k tchen with eating space. Sep- tures found only in homes that cost l orate dining room. For more Informa- over $'0 hn.nn, It bonq a hune[ lion, coil Mary Broc,lln, EA 5-8717. ............ o r v ng room with Iogsize fireplace end, CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS new walt to wall carpeting. Camp etely! 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-07(;0 remodeled, Early American kitchen, with built-in range and oven. Formal \\;/ E-\\;A/ dining room and 4 large bedrooms.[yI L- V Y The master bedroom Is exceptionally ! .,.. large complete with panelling. The j KUu3-VELT remaining bedrooms are all twln-bed, rv / staircase) size. 2 full baths with full 3A bath off[ CU ecI the master bedroom. Don't miss the best buy of the year If you need a lot of room. On sewers. Hurry on Ad No. 3144. Call LI 2-3184. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. 18332 Aurora Ave. Li 2-3184 SOLID BRICK NORTH HILL 3 BEDROOMS FAMILY ROOM 1l/2 BATHS DETACHED GARAGE $950 DOWN r atmosphere $17,000 low FHA V2 baths J rec. room !den A brand new listing with panoramic view of city, Lake and Cascades. Entry hall, large living room, formal dinlngl roam, formica family kitchen, den, 3 bedrooms, finished paneled recreation I room and full bsm]. Very special so don't mlss th s one. Colt EM 3-3282 on Ad No. 428. L. P. MARTIN, INC. MAY THEY REST IN PEACE CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450! II I CLEANERS & DYERS 10% OFF SPRING CLEANING "Free Estimates" Pick Up and Delivery Credit Available LA 5-5795 RAVENNA CARPET and ) UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE ALADDIN CLEANERS AND DRAPERY SERVICE LA 2-3030 Export dry cleaning; also cudaln and blanket cleaners. 6209 Roosevelt Way N.E. Ul CLEANERS SERVICED YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 Tom McElroy LA 2-4671 i iiiii BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ST. ANNE'S & HIGH SCHOOL Contracts and small retai business. $18,750 Accurate and Reasonable " J Brl  "i m"l "not 28 FT. L V NG ROOM with fireplace b n- ":o a cK" rust c *a o er t a In r -'tchen "tlllt room" - " SH 6-9969 r g ogre. , u y . .u,, veneer brlck)--Situated on large level I bath maln floor 4 bedroom and bath I grounds expertly landscaped Bus by I =,n I=.. hnment Patio Nlre vn , -- -o -" -i " " r d ............ r lne a or--walKing a stance TO g a e I FA 16 nnn Ev=nln II ,'r r.', I ..  , ........ = ........... arr.- I Iunlor high and high schools. Between / nn ZTgAA20 I tWO large shopping centers. Featuring: ....... n;'-"klr" RrA/TY Spacious living room with flreplacel DL,'Mr,E r- L and paneled feature wa --dining room! ltV2 Eoston AT 3-5511 I ,SELL WITH THEM PHONE: MA 2-8880--Local 21 BRYANT ASSUMPTION $400 DN. 4 BDRM. 2 BATHS DAYLIGHT BASEMENT $16,so0 A REAL SHARP HOME with mother-In-1 law apartment in full daylight basement, t Large workshop. Beautiful yard with large cement patio. Wall to wall car- pels. Logslze fireplace. Paved streets, J and sidewalks. 3 bedrooms on math I floor plus 1 in basement. An excep- I tlonal buy In this popular area. Call EM 4-1180 on Ad No. 374. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. i 13300 BOTHELL WAY N.E. EM 4-1180 ST. JOHN'S I Large 2 bedroom family home priced for quick sale. 3 blocks to school and FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, church. Just redecorated Inside and out. Large level corner lot. All fenced. Nice neighborhood. All improvements in. This one won't last. Call Mr. Hunt. AT 3-7186. AVERBECK. REALTY AT. 4-500O ST. PAUL'S "DUTCH COLONIAL" with 6 bedrooms. Double plumbing. Den and recreation room. 2 fireplaces. Lots of play area. On large lot. On bus line. Ideal for large family. S23,000. GENESEE INC., RLTRS. GERAGHTY & VOLINN, Attorneys 655 Olympic National Bldg. Soafflo 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of MAR- GUERITE K. BLAIR, Deceased. In pro- In Memoriam] TO 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 Rt. Rev. Msgr. William Noonan, died May 1, 1953. The Rev. Robert Joseph Ryan, died May 1, 1955. The Rev. Paul LeBlanc, S.S., died May 2, 1932. The Rev. Michael 3". Hayes, died May 2, 1936. Bremerton EONNESS, George J., 77, died April 21. Requiem April 25 Star of the Sea Church. Born in Hudson, Wis. Promi- nent Bremerton resident and builder of the Town and Country Apartments in T*acyton where he and his wife, Anona, moved lost year. Came fo Bremerton six years ago from Portland. Member of the Washington Athletic Club, Elks and the Navy League. Survivors: wife; two daughters, Mrs. Patricla Anderson, Seattle with sliding glass doors to patio and I outdoor living--sparkling birch kitchen t ST. JOSEPH'S with dishwasher--gleaming tile vanity FIRST TIME ADVERTISED] OUR LADY OF THE LAKE bath with glass enclosed tub and d" l'7 cm shower--3 twin-sized bedrooms with ,,p i/l'-/O U Attractive 3 bedroom home with hot ;: fromPrtvatthebathbedrooms"ff master--ldeafamlly room"awaYfor! water heat. Hardwood floors. Reason- j SPARKLING 8 year old home. 3 LARGE ably priced at $15,750--eall Mrs. Mar- i bedrooms. Full dtntng room, PLUS parties. Immaculate condition. Our ex-! clustve. Call CH 3-1550. , phy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. , HUGE kitchen eating space. NEW WlW South End Brokers, Jnc. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. [ carpet. Main floor utility. Completely 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 finished basement. Beautiful yard. Near 11036-1st Ave. South ! bus ond shopping. 1204 20i-h EAST , SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT J: LEGAL NOTICES ! DOROTHY HOYT, REALTY i LA 5-9370 EM 2-7880 ! ONLY 4 BEDROOMS AND UNFINISHED AT-i ROSLING, WILLIAMS, LANZA TIC. Living room, dining room, den, J & KASTNER fireplace. Breakfast bar. Kitchen. Full! Attorneys basement. Recreation room. Storage 1440 Washington Building room. Laundry roam. Triple plumbing, i Seattle 1, Washington Fenced yard. Tandem garage. Terms. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE J/ Assume FHA. I State of Washington for King County. In the Matter of the Guardianship of RUTH SUTHERLAND, RLTR. I R CHARD K. SMITH, an Incompetent. I In probate. No. 171090. Notice to credit- ME 2-5635 lroSt'lce Is hereby given that the under- OUR LADY OF THE LAKE sgned has been appointed and has quoll- I fled as guardian of the estate of Richard BY OWNER QUEVEDO, Ernesto Doloy, 43, 306 6th Ave. S., died April 15. Requiem April 19 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holy* rood. Born In the Philippines. Came here 25 years ago. Was a laborer, Sur- vivors: son, Ernesto, Jr., Yaklmo, and father and mother in the Philippines. McNULTY, Mrs. Joseph (Anna), 11526 Fremont Ave. N., died April 22. Requiem Aprll 2S Christ the King Church. Burlul Holyrood. Born In Minneapolis. Came here $3 years ago. Survivors: husband, Joseph; and a sister, Mrs. Evelyn Crouch, Kent. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. SCOTT, Mrs. Elizabeth, 65, 1317 Boron Ave., dled April 17. Requiem April 20 St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born in Albert Lea, Minn. Came here Jn 1925 from Butte, Mont. Was employed by the Great Northern Railroad for t9 years before retiring two months ago. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. J. A. McNulty PA 2-4050 Bremedon; Mrs. Mary Johnson, Ingle- wood, Calif.; sons, Nicholas Bonness, I Son Pedro, Calif., and John of Beverly IMPERIAL East H,,,sca,,,; 10 grandchildren. Miller- Reynolds Funeral Home. EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENTi FENOUGHTY, Leo C., 60, 308 Bertha Finished homes ready to move into Ave., died April 16. Redulem April 18 now. Visit the furnished show houses. Star of the Sea Church. Born In Miami Open Da=ly. 10 o.m. 'Ill 9 of n.ght, i County, Kans. Came to Washlngton in Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc.= 1940. Lived In Port Orchard until last THORESON, Mrs. Grace E., 3717 , year when he moved to Bremedon. Re- BRYANT ASSUMPTION i tired Puget Sound Naval Shipyard sheet- N.E. 44th St., died April 20. Requiem metal worker. Member of the Eagles April 22 Church of the Assumption. $68 JVJ%.,Jk'f I and the Bremerton Booting Club. S .... Burial Calvary. Born In McCanna, I vivors: son, Leo; two daughters, RoB- N.D, Come here 50 years ago. Mem- r anne at home and Leana Kyle, Bremer- ber of the Altar Society and the FIRST TIME ADVERTISEDt i ton; stepdaughter, Mary Dobronte, Key Ladles' Sodality at the Church of the Sparkling 2 bedroom, full daylight base. West, Fla., and two grandchildren. Assumptlon. Survivors: sons, William ment, ranch style kitchen. Fruit trees Miller-Reynolds Funeral Home. J., of Seattle and Donald R. of Gig and berries. Already appraised and i Harbor, sister, MrS. Kathryn Ander- ready to go. Terrific buy at $11,500. Des Moines son Of Seattle; four grandsons, and one granddaughter. John Knlin Funernl Call, Home. LA S-61 16 BEST'S. INC.I EROCKERMAN, John W., 77, 2622 Kent-Des Haines Highway, died April $200 DOWN 00119. Regu,em Apri, 22 St. Ph,,ome,o TRACEY. Mrs. *oth,,,, T.. ,,S Church. Burial Port Angeles. Born In W. Olympia Place died April 21. Re. ST. MATTHEW'S I Philadelphia. Come to Seattle from qulem April 24 Sacred Heart Church. FULL BASEMENT ! Port Angeles In 1928. Lived In Bremer- Burial Calvary. Born in Auburn. Lived ton from 1932 to 1948 when he moved in Vancouver, B.C., for several years. QUICK POSSESSION--has territorial view i to Des Haines. Member of tho Knights Came here In 1918. Survivors: sons, of Columbus. Survivors: wife, Thelma; Richard M. and Raymond P., both of from large living room wlth fireplace, l daughters, Mrs. Joyce Tartar, Seattle, Seattle, James E., Podland, and Andrew separate dining room. 2 generous bed-:, and Mrs. Ralph Temple, Snohomlsh; J. Tracey, Son Francisco; daughters, rooms. Room for 2 more In basement. I sons, Lawrence, Portland, and Louis Mrs. Donald W. Woods, and Margaret Breakfast space in handy kitchen, At.I tached garage $14,250. FHA TERMS. j Brocorman, Port Orchard; brothers, E Tracey, both of Seattlo; four sisters,, A. L., Des Haines, and George W. Mrs. Alex McDonnell and Mrs. Peter Craword & Conover, Inc. Brockermon, Bremerton; sisters, Mrs. Wink, hath of Seattle, Mrs. Margaret ALBERT BALCH RLTR. Mary Sinclair, Des Haines, and Mrs. MacMillan, Olympia, and Mrs. Nora 8040 30th N.E. LA 3.5555! Ab;gall Slncleair, Tacoma; 11 grand- Johnston, Langley, B.C., and 14 g-and- children and four ,great-grandchildren. children. Manning and Sons Funeral I Stokes Funeral Home, Home. i LEGAL NOTICES P. R. MclNTOSH Attorney for Estate 309 No. 85th at Greenwood Seattle 3, Washington SU 4-1942 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEII State of Washington for the County of King t In the Matfor of the Estate of GUSTAV H. MILLER, Deceased. No. 169521. Notice to Creditors. 1 Notice Is hereby given that tho under-I s gned has been appo nted and has quall-I fled as Executrix of the above entitlodl estate; that all persons having claimsl against said deceasod are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly ver fod, Milton GUARIGLIA, John, 70, died April 18 in Vancouver. Requiem Aprtl 22 St. Martin of Tours Church. Born in on sold Executrix or her attorney .of i record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sa d l jCourt, together with proof Of such ser- I vice, within six months after the date l I LEGAL NOTICES o, first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. i l Date of first publication April 19, 1963. i LOUISE MILLER ALMAND(' Lou(slana and came to Milton seven Executrix of said Estate i years ago from California. Retired Address 6712 Ph]nney No. I pipe fitter. Member of the Edgewood Seattle 3, Washington I Grange, VFW, and the Veterans of P. R. Mclntosh, I World War I. Survivors: wife, Rose; Attorney for Estate I daughter, Mrs. Charles Voghalo, PhlI- 309 No. 85th at Greenwood adelphla; father, Maurice Guartgllia, Seattle 3, Washington Philadelphia; brother, Maurlce Jr., SU 4-1942 I Philadelphia; two sisterS, Mrs. F*ank Marks and Miss Rose Guarlglia, both of Philadelphia; two stepsons; Jerry Belless of Collfornfa and Harry Belless with the Air Force In England; three stepdaughters, Mrs. George Allen, Mrs. Emmett Hamilton and Mrs. David Berger, all of California; 21 grand- chlldren and 10 great grandchildren. Hill Funeral Home, Puyallup. Puyallup BROUlLLET, Frank, 87, 7020 Stewart Ave., died April 22. Requiem April 25 All Saints Church. Born In Ontario, Canada. Moved here In 1917 from Red Lake Falls, Minn. Retail mer- chant. Survlvors: son, Yarn of Tacoma; three daughters, Mrs. Mily Czarneckl and Mrs. Robert (Marie) Waller, both of Puvallup, and MrS. Robert Chap- man, BIIou, Calif.; three grandsons; seven great-grandchildren. Hill Funeral Home. PASNICK, Nick, 90, Route Flvo, Box 114, died April 20. Requiem April 23 All Saints Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Czechoslovakia. Lived here since 1911. Member of the National SIovak Society of Tacoma. Retired farmer. Survivors: three sons, John, Puyollup; George, Se- attle, and Nick Jr., of Arlington, Va.; daughter, Mrs. Michael (Margaret) Prl- bula of Puyallup; stster, Mrs. Mary Beclch, Freoland, Pa.; four grand- c h I I d r e n and one great-grandchild, Powers Funeral Home. Seattle i EEIGEL, ClIHord H., 62, 11416 Ralner Ave. $., died April 19. Requiem April 24 St. Paul Church. Burial Greenwood, Renton. Born in Onowo, Iowa. Came here in 1952 from Prescott, Arlz. Was a pharmacist at Henderson's Holly Park Pharmacy for eight years Sur- vivors: wife, Betty J.; two sons Leslie J., Smithvllle, Ha., and Patrick H. Belgel, Tempe, Ariz.; daughter, Mrs. LU Ann Gelger, Visalio, Callf.; brothers, William E., North Kansas City, Ha., and Leslie J., Belgel, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Ruth DeLashmutt, Onawa, and Mrs. Evelyn E. Blgelow, Blencae, Iowa, and nine grandchildren. Columbin Funeral Home. Flnal 5.3-63 i gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and ] K. Smith, on mcompetent; that all per- bate. No. 171442. Notice to creditors. omposition siding. Frll estimates. 3 bedrooms *lr---e *. m, n n i sons having claims against sold Incom- I ...... ,,= , .,,.,, ,..,. Notlco Is hereby glvon that the under- Guaranteed w0rk, Call C. R. MARCYIIS. I .......................... 41/,oK, Jnnn u,llnhl= Inm. ,.'n' .-n' I potent are hereby requ red to serve the s/gned has been appointed and hal quail- CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN EA. 44U1 140 Poplar Ploalt in excellent condition 14 cnn A,',)e same, duly verified, on the undersigned fled as Executor of the estate of Mar- l ........ guad an at the address below stored and guerlte K. Blair, Deceased; that all per- Attorneys for Estate NEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO Compete I/ D/fF'W T TI-IP[=A'C lille the sam'= with 'h*. rl-r, '=-=, I /'. LL',..J.,.--.. .I il',L.,.,,  , ............. sons remodeling service, room additions, re-, 2 I  -r ............... having claims against sold deceased 847 Logan Bldg. I ,ou ;, logemer With proot at such service, are hereby required to serve tho same Seattle, Wash. pairs, Interior, exterior, Insured. Refer-JGraclous older home. Extra large rooms,within six months from the date of the encos. Up to 5 years to pay. throughout. S bedrooms, 2 full baths, i firs t publ cot on of this not ca, otherwise duly verified, on said Thomas Clifford I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE i PA 2-4462 " Living room and den each with flre-' such c aim sha l be barred Blair or his aflorneys of record at the l State of Washington for the County of i address below stated, and ilia the same[ King I ldL I     place. Formal slzo dining room. EA5. Data of first publication 'the 12th day with the C(erk of said Court, together. In the Matter of the Estate of WIL.! " ........--.. I 1341 Call week days only. of April 1963 ILECTRIC CANIKAIgR " t-,----'--- - ' K, ENNETH R SMITH iWlth proof of such service within six LIAM THOMSON Deceased. In Probate. WESTSlDE ELECTRIC INC. t months after tho date of first publlcatlonl t:o. 171217. Notice to Creditors. W/LI& /,J /. LU,I:: b I Guardian of said estate of this notice, or the same will be barred. I Notice is hereby given that the under- i lrr'h g " 'a' Electric ! t ngW est'v . = ,.  ,,.,,.,. ..... [3 11 rPhl:l bedrmss re. ,,.,.' ondsundeckrOom. Work ha .... s.,p dfr 4th. 2 .bthS'aPy ;IhY II 2! ROSLING, Wt..tAeM 1',1440 WoshlngtOnwgBUlldlngton ' i Date of firstTHOMAsPUbllcatlOncLiFFoRDAprll BLAIR,26' 1963. j slgnedj qualified haSas Executrixbeen appointedof the andestate haSiof! t, A, = H.,h-' nw,. r basement. Eotow appraisal. $10,500.! fi, KASTNER, Executor of sold Estnte. i Wllllom Thomson, Deceased; that all H '''" ............. ' ..... _ Owner. Transferred. LI 2-5610. it440 Washing;on Building 655 Olympic National Bldg., persons having claims against said de- L ct'- -T;,A'/;c- i seattle 1, Washington I Seattle 4, Wash. sameCeased dulyare herebYverlfled,requiredon saldt serVeExecutrixthe FOODENTERTAINMENT o.. JLJ IN ,3 i Final publication April 26, 1963. GERAGHTY & VOLINN, I or her attorneys of record at the address REDUCED $1,000 for cleaning. Vacant. 5i ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorneys for Estate, below stated, and file tho same with the TORTILLAS bedrooms, triple plumbing. $13,500. 109 i Attorney 655 Olympic National Bldg., Clerk of said Court, together with proof Seattle 4, Wash. of such service within six months after 9436 LA16thMEXlCANAAve. S.w.Mexl'CatesSnWE. 5-1480 N.w.ST.83rd.THOMAsLA 2-3725 OrMOoREEM 4-0677. I' 918Soottlo,JOSeph WashlngtonVance Bldg. ] Final publication May 10, 1963. the date of first publication of 1his notice, , fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ERUMBACH & HENNESSEY or the same will be barred. on 1 rambler. Wall to wall. Range and  State of Washington for the County of Attorneys Date of first publication April 19, 1963. leaR RENT 7 oven, Ownor. 743-2660. } King. i 1407 Alaska Building BARBARA THOMSON ST. MARK'S In the Ma;ler of 1he Estate of ALBIN Alaska, Wash. Executrix of said Estate ASSEMBLY HOTEL I OWNER GETTING DESPERATE r W. OLSON Deceased. n Probate. No IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Address c/o 847 Logan Bldg. h7o09 Seattle, Wash. 1 BLOCK TO ST, JAMES Oue to leave country, must sell Immedl-i 72. !qo!ice to Creditors..._ State of Washington for the County of CORBETT, SlDERIUS & LONERGAN Under new management. Redecorated. ' ately. 3 bedrooms; 2 on main 1 extra! ce is nereoy given inar toe under-I Ktng Clean, warm rooms. Pensioners wel- large upstairs. Dining. Fireplace. Tile i signed has been appointed and has i -allfi ............. i In the matter of tho Guardianship of Attorneys for Estate, come. $40 monlh up. bath and kitchen. Basement with work.,q . eu as ,nmmlsTralor at Toe estate I A/VINA WHITE An Incomoetent in 847 Logan Bldg. 823 Mndson  MA3-4174. shop area. Rockery surrounding patio. !of Ibln_W. Oison, Doceased; that all i probate. No. 170156. Notice to cred tars. Seattle, Wash. Majestic pine. Berrios. 95x150 tot. Quiet  persons nav!ng .(:laths gag. ins! sala .go- Notice is hereby given that the under- Final S-3-63 2 STORES, sidE; by side. 2400 and 1900 / street. Newly painted In and out. Walk ccasea are nero,by requlrea.]o serv, e rnej signed has been appointed and has quail- sq. ft., one or both. Good location, for to St. Mark's In few minutes. Just some, au)y vermea, on sola oammsT*al-ifle d as guardian of the estalo of Molvina , or or anorney of record at The address l.,^lh , I^*^. k, ^H rens charcoal broiler or cola in downtown $14,275 FHA. . ............... , ..... , ....... P  REGAL AND McDONNELL Kent. Available now. UL 2-6418. 1613 N.E. 189th  . a ,ng c,o  au s. a  ,nco..,, Attorneys below stated and file the same with the h v Ira* -aln *  I" etent FOR redecorated un,urnlshed bachelor EM 3-7965 ioCes k f sSerivdi eCOUI,..toge, ther w!!h proo;iar e hereby required to serve the same $27 Dexler Hortnn Eulldlng -- lh C I nln SlX momns aTTe, IS oportments, $62. Call EA4-8964. ----ASsuhPToN-PARiSH--- Cot duJy verified, on said guardlan or h o d e of first publl.cali.on of this nO-lafforoe Y of record at the address below l '" HAWTHORNE HILLS ,.ca, or mo soma Will ae oarrea ....... stated, and file the same with the C ark $1,500 DOWN -- CONTRACT UOTO at Trst pUOltCO|ion April ]2, 1963, of said Court, together with proof of such ALEXANDER L. CAIN servtco within siX months after the date RE Balance $185 Ha. Incl. taxes of assume RGEST FURNITURE STORE on the $21,000 loan at $155 Incl. toxos and Administrator of sold Estate. of first publication of this notice, or the "FEastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free Insur. Well.bulff 4-bedrm. BRICK. 11/2 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. some win bo barred delivery", Credit. plbg., very large liv.dln rm., beautiful Seattle, Washington. Date of flr,t publication April 26, 1963. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE tile kit., big family eating area, full ALEXANDER L. CAIN /s/ FRANCIS E. HARRINGTON TU. 5-1378 Redmond bsmt., $27,500. Mrs. Conley. LA 5-92S0. I A torney for Estate, Guardian of sold Estoto CHARLES & SYBIL CONLEY 918 Josoph Vance Bldg. c/o WILLIAM F. HENNESSEY, 5511 NE 65th LA 5-9250 Seattle Washington 1407 Alaska Bldg., GREETING CARDS ! ST. LOUISE--LAKE HILLS !_ Final 4-26-63 Seattlo, Wash. BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS  4 BEDROOMS CATHOLIC CARDS--V PRICE i 2 BATHS ] MOSCHETTO, AttorneysALFIERI &- DRIAN0-'I WlLLIAMAlfornoy forF" Estate,HENNESSEY' LA 2-4671 Rocreation room, carpets, drapes, built-! 863 Olympic National Life Bldg. 1407 Alaska Building, in bar-b-q, disposal, range availablo,: Sealtle, Wash. ' Seattle, Wash. i landscaped, fenced corner. 2 patios.! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I Fnal publication May t0, 1963. Walking distance St. Louise church State of Washington for the County of COMFORT, DOLACK & HANSLER HELP WANTED school. $20,500 GI or FHA. SH 6-0542. i Ktng. Attorneys JUSEKEEPER FOR RECTORY NEAR' OWNER. i ln the matler of tho Estate of Joseph! 819 Soulh K Street Monroe Elliott, Deceased. In probate. ', Tacoma 5, Wash. SEATTLE. 2 PRIESTS. REPLY TO THE WALK TO ST. MARK'S i No. 171202. Notice to creditors. ROGRESS 6OX 'F'. _ .... I Populatlon explosion In owner famllyi Notice is hereby given that the under - IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE EXPERIENCED HOUSEKEEPER f o r' forces sole of lovely 3 bedroom. Large;slgne d has been appointed and has quail- State of Washington tar the County of Rectory in Seattle. Reply to Progress living room wtth raised hearth fire-[fled as Executrix of the cstnte of Joseph King BOX "D". place, family size kitchen. Radiant ; Monroe EIliott, Deceased; that all persons Notice is hereby givon that the under- AA/-DD[.G-Eb---LAD'-fo'-iighi  lit)use- heat, Cyclone fenced back yard. Side- having claims against said deceased are signed has been appointed and has quail- keeping and Molher's Helper. Live in.  walks and curbs. FHA Appraised i Salary 8200 plus. VE 9-3554. i $13,250. By Owner. EM 2-2960. !hereby required to serve the some duly fled as executrix at the above entitled Ha Y ND i verified, on said execulrix or her attar- estale; that all persons having claims PEERive nltght--I'10use,o-rk i --)L-Y-RA-R-'-----EDMc)--tS- neys of record at the address below against said deceased are hereby re- Companion for elderly lady. Some cam-SPLIT ENTRY HOMES. 3 bedrooms, lstated, and file the samo with the Clerk In the Moff of th E s2teo,ARToHtUcR e full b emenl of said Court together w th proof of  r'uo .............. ponsation. LA3-232S i Room for more In as 2 ' i t" rredJtors ............ ...................... ' fireplaces Bath and o/4 plus extra such service within six months afler the l o  HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED IN RECTORYI rounhed i'n In basement Padlol view !dote of first publicoton of ths nollce, oriq Uired to sorve the some, duly verified, FOR ONE PRIEST. Reply to Progress i BUrI[DER" PR 6-5027 o*; PR 8 1815 '! the same w be borrod Ion sold executrix or her attorney of rec- 'B'. i ........ "'  .................... :--i Dote of f rst publicat on Apr 12 1963 i ord at the address below stated, and file i HOME designed for comfortable living. MYRTLE F 'ELL OT " I 1he some with the Clerk of said Court, 3 large bedrooms. Banquot size dinlngl Execuh'ix oi So d Estate logether wtth proof of such service, with. INsuRANCE I room. Eating space In kitchen. 2 flre-li 563 Olympic National Life tn six months after the data of tirst pub-   i places. Finished recreation room. 2T Bldg., Seattle Wash. lication of this notice or the same will LEO J. KRANTZ baths. A custom bu It home. By owner. }MOSCHETTO, ALF:IERI & DRIANO be barred. II LA 2-7559. i Attorneys for Estole, i Date of first publication 4-12, 1963. Executrix of said Estalo INS. AGENCY ,------OWER--6b---Rk-----!563 Olympic National Life Bldg., I AURORA rOSS Mere. Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. - - . 15 Bedroom home. Full basement. Central iSeattte' Wash. Auto, name, eusiness, neallh, life  oil heat elk to otl schools BUS sho i Final publication April 26. 1963. { 3024 So. Washington St., . .W ..... p- ............. WE 2.3, EM43.0  o? L,,: i " ..... " I[ 2"6665pIng' $15,500...716 North 46th. ME t'i KAINoErnet s COMFoTC,rD'LV( h'& HANSLER MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoplo's Prices ' new and used stecl and pipb. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 7000 Soulh Ellis PA 5-8100 Sttle 4, Woshlogton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stole of Washington for Ing County In the matter of the emote of JOHN J.! KUSH, Deceased. No. 170793. Notice of Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Rob-! ert W. Kush, as administrator of the! above ostote, will sell at private sale andl for cash the following described real estate: I Lot 44, Block One, Cedarhurst Addl- I tion No. 1, Volume 31 of Plats, page I 40, records at King County, Washing. I ton. I to the highest and best bidder. Bids must I be submitted In writing and may be left I with the administrator at 577 Dextor Hor-I ton Building, Seattle 4 Washington. B ds wl|l be rece)ved until the date of sale on or after April 26, 1963. The admln s- trator reserves the right to reiect any and all bids. First Publication 4-26-63. ROBERT W. KUSH Admnlstratar REGAL AND McDONELL 577 Dexter Horton Eulldlng Seattle 4, Washlngton Attorneys for Admlnlstrator Final 5.3-63 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE " SHERIFF'S OFFICE, State of Washington, County of King, ss. By vldue of an ORDER OF SALE Issued out of the Honorable Suporlor Coud of the State of Washington for King County, on the 10th day of April, 1903, by the clerk thereof, In the case of City Transfer Company, a co-padnershlp, Plaintiff, versus McComb Construction Co., lnc., o I VIEW. 3 BEDROOM. Basement. Recrea-i 907 Arctic Building i By Robert A. Comfort Washington corporation; ABC En- Seattle, Wash. !Attorneys for Estate terprlses, Inc., u corporation, Rich- i'N ord O. Sims and Donna F. Sims, his j t,on room Eo,h god ha,f We,, ta wa, THE SUPER,OR COURT OF THE K4J:S%on.__. carpet and drapes. Walk to Holy ram- Slate of Washington for the County ' Fnnl 4 26-63 wife, Defendants. Na. 593403, and to me, as Sheriff, dlrectod I Ily. $15,500. WE 5-5237. of Klna  .............. ' '  I ----- and delivered: ' iBY'-ONER- Du-olex: .$8()oo O0dow - In the Matter of the Esote of GERAL- --CUMMINGS & H.A.R..RIS, A ttpr, oys NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I --  -- ' ' ' DINP / r'IINNIN,-.I-IA,v. Deae,-I No I 1008 Olympic Nmlona, lng. $50 month 6 Interest 3853 17th Ave  ......  q Seattle Wash i ' % " 'i 164905,-'Notice of Hr'ingFina "' Re  , . will proceed to sell at public auction to I S.W. WE 7-5326. the highest bidder for cash, within the I ................... port and Petition for Distribution. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE' hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's TWO 25-ft. lots. Small house. Sewer In. I Notice Is horoby given that Joseph  Sit State of Washington for the County of sales, to-wit: at Ton O'ClOCk h,.M. on fhe I Call LA 2-3082. i Kano Administrator of the EMote King. 31st day of May, 1963, before the Coud I i Gerldine LL Cunningham has tiled In In the matter of the Eslofe at SELMA H. House door of King County, JetfersonJ !tho office of the Clerk of said Court l COONS, Deceased. In probate. No. 170- Streot ontrance, at Seattle, In the State| his final Report and potifion for distrl-I 666. Notice to creditors, of Washington, the following described TAILORS i butlon, asking the Court to settle sold i Notice Is hereby given 1hot the under- property, situated In King County, State ',Report, distribute tho property to the i signed has been appointed and has quoit, of Washington, to-wtt: [persons thereto ent ted and to d schorge / tied as Executor of the ablate of Selma North 100 feet of the south 400 feet EXPERT andTAILORING !said Adminlslrator; and that sold Report I H. Coons, Decoosed; that all persons hay- of the east half of the following de- ALTERATIONS !and petition will be heard on the 215ting claims against said deceased are scribed property: Tho northeast quor- 'since 1914' day of May, 1963, at 9:30 A.M. at th01hereby required to serve the same, duly tar of the southeast quarter of section J. J. Cordova Court Room of the Probnte Department!verified, on said executor or his attorney 10, township 22 north, *ange 6 east, 714 4th Avenue of said Court, at which time and place ! of record at the address below Mated, and W.M., EXCEPT the west 22 acres and any person inlerested in said Estate may ; tile the same with the Clerk of said Court EXCEPT tho eoslerly tS feet thereof NURSING HOME STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "C, athollc operated" Private cases only. State Lic. NO. 69 i 1732.1bth Ave. EA. 3-6061 i ISSAQUAH VILLA ] Catholic Operated. Class 1 LIc. No. 475 -- EX. 2-$351 (no toll) THE PROGRESS--9 Friday, April 26, 1963 Tacoma McLEAN, Alevander L., 77, 5630 S. Eirmlnghom St., died April 17. Requiem April 20 Visitation Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Jamestown, N, D. Lived here 75 years. Employed 20 years by the Northern Pacific Rd||- way and later by Mount Rainfer Ordnance Depot. Survivors: wife, Fran- ces; son, Harold, Tacoma; two broth- ers, Frank and Harry, both of Tacomct; two Sisters, Mrs. Catherine Chtlton, Portland, and Mrs. Agnes Springor, Tacoma. Piper Funeral Home. MICHAEL, Pnul, 86, 3407 N. 18th St., died April 17. Requiem April 19 St. Pot- rlcK Church. Burlol Calvary. Born In Selma, lowa. Came to Tacoma as a child. He and his brother, Ralph, founded the Michael Bros. Drug CO. In 1900. Member of the Knlghts of Co- PERSONAL j " ' ' L . appear and file oblections thereto and ; together with proof of such service within I for road; EXPERT ALTERATIO'NS'A-;TELEVJSJON AN'D RADIO SERVICE contest the some six monlhs after the date of first publlca- levied on as the property of all at the '  Dated this 18 day of April, 1963. ilion of this notice, or the same w l be defendants herein, to satisfy o ludgment Ing, restyllng. My specialty. 15 years' i oxporlenco. Call after 5 p.m. EM 2-6326. FENDRICH RADIO & TV , Date of first publication 26 of April, barred. !of a foreclosure of two modgnges i "Member St. Edward's Parish" 1963. Date of first publication April 26, 1963. [amounting to Two thousand four hundred PA. 3.1172 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, EDWIN F. COONS :sixty-three and 48/100 ($2.463.48) Dollars, PLUMBERS Clerk of sold Court. Executor of said Estate. i the cost of suit and interest Io favor of By R. S. Hofedltz 7338-9th N.W., plaintiff, and defendant, ABC Enterprises, Deputy. Seotlle, Wash. Inc., a Washington corporation. PLUMBING & HEATING WANTED TO RENT KANE & SPELLMAN CUMMINGS & HARRIS j Dated this 23rd day of April, 1963. SERVICE 13 OR 4 BEDROOM unfurnished house. ', Attorneys for EMote Attorneys for EMote, DONALD R.,SPRINKLE, Sheriff L. G. MASSART & SONS Write: crlsman, 1113 South Law- SeoHle, Wash. I Seattle, Wash. Dote at first publication, April 26, 1963. 4.=;111 9th Av, N W 1 ? .nr r. T^m. nr phnne RR 9-7665. ! Flnnl S-10-6 Final publication May 10, 1963 Final publication May 24, 1963. and Mrs. T. J. Crowley, both of Butte, lumbus and the Holy Name Society of Mont. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. St. Patr;ck's, Formerly a member of the Elks, Kiwanis and the Tacoma Chamber Of Commerce. Survivors: who, Mar- SUNSKI, Lleuh Col. Chester F, 43, garet; daughter, Mrs. Hugh MIddleton, died April 15 from Inturles suffered In Kentfleld, Calif.; two sons, Claude, .San an accident in Hawaii where he WaS Francisco and Col. Clifford P. Michael, stationed. Requiem April 25 Chapel of Orlando, Fie.; several grnndchildren. the Pines, Fort Lawton.-Burial Calvary, Gaffney Funeral Home. Graduated from the University of Wash- Ington. Served In the Army more than SDUSA, August G., el, 3422 E. D St., 20 years. Hod received the Combat died April 15. Requiem April, 10 Holy Infantryman's Badge, the Bronze Star Rosary Church, Burial Calvary. Born in and two Purple Hearts during World Funchal, Maderla, Podugol. Ca m e War II. Survivors: wife, Dorothy M., around Cope Horn with his parents (nd Seattle; son, Edward M., at home; lived In the Hawaiian Islands where he daughters. Kay Ellen, at home, and married In 1902. Moved with his wife Mrs. Fred Cowing, Leavenworth, Kas., to Tacoma tn 1908. Retired grocery and o brother, Lawrence J. Sunskl, salesman. Member of tho St. Vtncent Danville, Ky. Adams Forkner FUneral de Paul Society and was treasurer of Home. the Society's store commlffee of the par!sh, a 50-year member of the Order of Foresters, the Holy Name Society, 'he Oblates at St. Benedict and the United Commercial Travelers. Survivors: wife, Antonla; two sons, Sylvester and John, both of Tacoma; five daughters, M-s. R. J. (Angeline) Gius, Mrs. J. F. (Helen) Coyne, Mrs. William D. (Julia) Kelly, Mrs. Roy (Dorothy) Miller and Mrs. James D. (Esther) Walton, all of Tacoma; a brother, John, San Fran- cisco; 23 grandchildren and 33 great grandchildren. Gaffnoy Funeral Home. YAGER, Frank L., 57, 68,15 Podland Ave., died April 19. Requiem April 23 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Towner, N.D. Lived here 22 years. Car inspector for tho Great Nodhorn Railway. Member of the Elks and the Carmen's Union. Sur- vivors: wife, Mabto E.; two sons) ,James, Tacoma, and Robed, Portland; three daughters, Mrs. Shirley Smith, Mrs. Larry (Carol) Curtis and MISs Judith Yager, all of Tacoma; three brothers, Loute, Spanaway; Joseph of Minneapolis; and Fred of Devils Lake, N.O.; four sisters, Mrs. A. A. Alexan- der of Tacoma, Mrs. Roy (EIIzapotli} Senthen of Sioux Foils, S.D.; M.P Thomas B. (Margaret) Kolly, 1ogle- wood, Calif., and Mrs. Katherine Kruse Of Doyon, N.D.; nine grandchlldrea Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. = i I O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of :;I Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said ave1 and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own 13omd be my food, and Thy blood my sprinklingt; and let Thyl Mother Mary come to me, and my angel hisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I II desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy II love, Amen.-- PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by| Cardinal Newman, I IIII H I I Spanaway MANNINg, Mrs. Charles (Magdalene M.], 84, Route Ono, died April 17. Re- quiem April 19 Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church. Eurlol Calvary. Born In Burlington, Iowa. LIved here 64 years, Survivors: son, Harry; daughter, Mrs. Hazel A. Rlgnoy, both of Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. Bedhn Walker and Mrs. Clara Beckman, both of Burlington; and two grandsons. Gaffnov Funeral Home. Sumner PETERSON, Mrs. Allan (ChnHimo V.), 4S, Route Two, Box 509, died April 15. Requiem April 19 All Saints Church. Born In Winfield, Kans. Llvod here 17 years. Survivors: husband; son, Alan and daughter Sondra Kay, both of tho home. Jennlngs Funeral Home. Tacoma BROWN, Mrs. Donald (Velmn Louise), 24, 2131 S. L St., died April 13 In Fort Rlley, Kan., where her husband I$ stationed with the Army. Requiem April 20 St. Leo Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Montgomery, Ala. Lived here 11 years before going overseas a year riga and then moving to Fort Riley. Survivors: husband; son, Vir- gil; daughter, Vonllda C.; mother, Mrs. Clemanflne Bemby, Tacoma; five brothers, Shormnn, Robert, Georgo and Andrew Murphy, all of Tacoma, and Maurice of San Diego; five sis- tars, Mrs. Ann Matthews, Miss Gad. wean Murphy and Miss Linda Murphy, oll of Tacoma; Mrs. Fonnlo M. Rich- mond. Panama Canal Zone and Mrs. Bobble Halley of New Orleans. Cos- sedy and Alien Moduory. DRASHIL, Mrs. Joseph (Bertha Eliza. beth), 53, 4039 Park Ave., dled Aprll 16. Requiem April 19 Holy Rosary Church. Burlat Calvary. Born In Elgin, N.D. Lived here 12 years. Survivors: two sons, Dualne and Michael of the home; three daughters, Mrs. Darlene Gilchrlst, Pittsburgh, Pa,, Mrs. Beverly Gress, Son Francisco, Callf.; and Sister M. Co*a, Sioux Foils, S.D.; four sisters, Mrs. Mary Babcock, Ellendale, N.D., Mrs, Ella Grevlous, Dickinson, N.D., Mrs. Elsie Rumrill, Castro Valley, Calif., and Mrs. Olive Qulmby, Tocama; five grandchildren. Piper Funeral Home. EDAL, Mrs. Ronald (Jeannlne), 30, 10521 Cronins Drive S,W., died April 20 in an automobile accident. Requiem April 24 St. Frances Cabrinl Church. Burial Calvary. Born In France. Lived here five years, Survivors: husband; two sons, Tim and Gregory; a daughter, Benedict; two brothers, John in Paris and Pierre In Cherbourg, France. Cas- sedy and Allen Mortuary. GORDON, Oliver P., 64 2911 Mount Tacoma Drive, died April 18. Requiem April 22 St. Ann Church. Burial Col- vary. Born In Sobin, Minn. Lived here 40 years. Rotlred Tacoma Ppbl c Works employe. Member of the Holy Name Society, St. Vincent de Paul Society and the American Legion, Survivors: BOSSIO, Mrs. John (Marianne), 54, two brothers, Carroll, Mesa, Adz., and 1020 Seneca St., died April 15. Requiem Kenneth J., of Tacoma; two sisters, April 19 Our Lady Chopol, St. James Mrs. Eva P. Williams, MIssoulo Mont., Cathedral. Born in Chicago. Come here and Mrs. Ora Gauthler of Tacoma. In 1913. Member of Local 240, Walt- Gaffney Funeral Home. resses Union and the Eagles, Surv(vors- brothers, Lawrence A. and Joseph P. Kremer, both of Seattle. Columbia Fu- neral Home. CAREW, August, 81, g4 Pike St., died April 16. Requiem April 18 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born in Newfoundland. Came here 65 years nag. Had boea o member of the International Longshoremen & Warebousemen's Unlon here Sl years. Retired about ten years ago. There are no Immediate survivors. i Vancouver :: BEAULIEU, Mrs. Alice F., 70. Re. quiem April 20 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial St. James Acres Born fn Hudson, WIs, Lived at Baffle Ground. Survivors: six grandchildren and five great-grandchlldron. Nephews: Jomos Stephens, Baffle Ground, William Zfm- merman, Vancouver; nieces, Mrs. Kon- nefh McFalls, Portland and Mrs. Morrle Mohlor, Tacoma; brothers, John and Lester Brlggs, bOth of lnte*aaflonol Falls, Minn.; and James Brlggs, Onloy Mont,; slstePs, Agnes Zlmmerman and Elle. McDonald, both of Vancouver; Isabella Snyder and Ruth Sfephens, bo?n of Minneapolis and Ann Lauronf, Crool- ton, Minn. Vancouver Funoral Home. BIRTHS BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph General Hospital reports the following bldh tO Mr. and Mrs.: Richard Schacht, boy, April 19. , "i LONGVlEW---St. John Hospital report! the followlog births to Mr. and Mrs.: Charles Smith, boy, Aprll 20. Eulford Chambors, boy, Aprlt 21. SEATTLE-- Providence Hosp|tal ports the following blrthe to Mr. and Mrs.: Oonald LoVosque, girl, April 12. James Forgetto, gtrl, April 12. Garfiold Johnson, boy, April 15. James O'Nell, boy, April lS. Clifford Jorgonsen, boy, April 16. William Gadner, girl, April 16. Donald Zlmmerman, girl, April 17. Andrew Baker, girl, April 17. Larry Mooney, girl, April 18. Richard Cool, gtrl, April 18. John Off, girl, April 15. Dr. Elmer Egashlra, girl, April 18. Charles Johnsen, boy, Aprll 19. John Lynch, glrl, Aprll 19. Knut Rikshelm, boy, Aprll 19. Allan Loucks, boy, Aprll 19. TACOMA--St. Joseph Hospital roportt the following births ta Mr. and Mrs.: Jackson 6alloy, glrh April 1. Paul Goebel, boy, April 2. Robert Folk, boy, April 6. Bobby Godwin, boy, April 7. Terry Frantz, boy, .prll 8. James Earbo, glr|, April 9. Martin Boyle, boy, April 9. Marion Rotllff, boy, April 9. Vern Kelfer, boy, April 10. Raymond Scheibe, boy, April 11. Philllp Madlnez, girl, April 11. William Landram, boy, Aprll 12. Rodney Wagner, glrl, Aprll 13. Kenneth Droskovlc, girl, Aprll 14. Morgan Isakson, girl, April 16. Charles Clancy, boy, April 17. Robert Mann, girl, April 17. JORDAN, William, 73, 210 Terry St., died April 22, Requiem ApH| 2S St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary, Ta. coma. Born in Minneapolis. Came here in 1908. Attended the Faribault School for the Blind In Minneapolis. Was one of the organizers of the Pierce County Association for the Blind, Directed music at summer retreals at St. Madln's Collego, Lacey. Also worked as a switchboard operator at the St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bureau. Was a mem- ber of the Holy Name Society of St. James Cathedral, the Blessed Margaret Guild tar the Blind and the Ob|ates of St. Benedict. Surviving ore his wife, Edna, and a brother, Adhur Jordan, Tacoma, Booth.Ashmore Funoral Home'. MARTIN Frank H., 72, 2704 49th Ave. S.W., dlod April 21. Requiem April 2S Holy Rosary Church. Burlal Renton, Born In Sprlngflold, I/I, Came here In 1921 from North Dakota. Was the man- ager of the tleplate deportment of tho Bethlehem Stool Carp,, retiring I 1955. Survlvors; wlfe, Mary J.; sons, Calvln F., Melvin D., and Dale R., aii of Seat- fie; daughter, Mrs. Donnld J. Brewer, Seattle; brother, John, Mesa, Arlzj sis- ters, Mrs. Besste Caton, Granite City, II1., and Mrs. Hazel WIIhlte, Colorado Sprlngs, Colo.; 12 grandchildren. How. den-Kennedy Funeral Home. Thoughtful Service Always, when your need is greatest , . . All Facilities on Ground Floor Love L Including Two Chapols CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED PARKING PROVIDED Adams STUART N. ADAM,S, OWNER 4214 UNIVERSITy WAY SEATTLE ME. 2-0212 ....