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.1 1 BUY WITH THEM P HOG Rr Ill I SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Cents Per i i i ii IllJU m I THE PROGRESS--9 CLASSIFIED RATE: 3Oc PER LINe Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIPlED 907 TERRY AVE., sEATTLE MAin 2-88S0 Extension 18 i ii Line .:..:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:..:- PHONE: MA 2.8880..-Local 21 i ii ii i - "- __HOMES FO" SALE I PFPI  II' RMq I AD PFP T. ST. PAUL S I /"t'l r'KIIAI I TR E YOUR EQUI "DUTCH COLONIAL" with S bedrooms. %,..I,,JL,.JI N Ir-L.   i,,,, .  /  t i i- n ,.-'P" Double plumbing. Deo ofld recreatloni Huge family home In Assumption porlsh. [ L.--I U I kl room. 2 fireplaces. Lo's of play area.     k , J Walk to bus and shopping. Here Is the} l, J I I / On large lot. On bus line. Ideal for U J / I [ , I  J, I space you've dreamea of with 26 ft.  I I 1% I ,..J/ largo tomlly. $23,000. living room, formal dining room, ' " )OUU LJIN basement and b,g corner. Ooub,e/ THE KING PAR SH GENESEE INC.. RLTRS. I plumblag. S100 down on FHA terms at $12,500, SE FIRST! Call AUTOMOBILES FaR SALE l/ BEDROOMS PA 2-4050 /2 /'t_,RE ILA S-6116 BEST'S, INC. 4 \\; ....  ToEXPANDABLE Jl--c-e--Ir"cP-o/. dkJO 'O 'lLr\\; a-- FULL BASEMENT IMPERIAL East BEDROOMS t Nothing Dn S16 750 .,.,,o,,,..w.,.o.v,.o,.,., Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. / Open Da,ly. 10 a.m. 'ill 9 at night. 2 BATHS FHA " JUST LISTED AND WHAT A SPACIOUSsItuatedHOME fOron sUCha largera smatlthan CaIIuEENSH 6-9221,ANNEPrestlge Homes,DUPLEX Inc. lot, it Is one in a million. It boosts a / LIEVEL FENCED YARD brick ond cedor exlerior, LOrge living ST. ANNE'S 3 1 Rnn 3 BEDROOMS .o.m. fireplace, formal dining room. brl0ht Ond cheery kitchen to delight BRICK--Just off West Highland Drive. PLEASE ASK FOR I l.J/,.JJkJ I FULL BASEMENT any hOusewife. 4 generous bedrooms, 1 and 2 bedroom units with some JC)E PiNE 1BuY OF THE WEEK. 2 year old bedutyj I O F El II 1 DDI'E finished recreation room with mdlvid, vJew.bedroomEtecfriCand plumblngheat' FIregmces.ln basement.extra UNIVERSITY CHEVROLIT CO, I on large fenced lOt 7Sx120. Sparkling i pIZ..IUUkJ FLJL.t- /I\\;I\-,E ual fireplace; also Incorporated In thee " 3 garages. Level lot. A rare find. I M Iq 2 4333 RES SU 4 1916 ceon throughout on sowers n areOl Lot e kitchen t eatln basement is n targe worklDhop. " " " ' " d g w th g space, Sep- tached garole. Only 3 blocks to Christ S36,000. Evenings cdll Mr, Garrison. MEMBER ST BEN E_DICT'S ....... of ripe homes. Close to school an I orafe dining room, FOr more Informa. the King Parish. Be first, be hoptoy! AT2-6439. "JL, __ - - I shoPblng Call EM4-118g on Ad No. I tlon call Mary Bract, ltn, EA 5-8717. AUTOMOBILE RIPAIRS I ,-io79 ' T IGHT ca,, u2.3184 on Ad NO. 3112; Plcturei BLAINE REALTY PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC CLIF ON ALBR RLTRS. FlOOr Plans, Inc. 15322 AurOra Ave. 11,/ do,Ion AT3-5511 _ ............ 1=o .OTHE.L WAY .E .1..0 OL,VE WAY EA s0,00 ., o_00,oA /KANbMIbblUN ...... L.I / OlO-r I BLOCK TROUBLES EM 4-1180 OPEN HOUSE SACRED HEART LA. 5-,677 I "" "-'""'  ' j.__ BELLEVUE --- 9113-30fh N.E. .bt.,, ST. PHILOMENA 4 bedroom, 2 both, contemporary home. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER 12 TO & . Designed for comfortable living. Cus- tom bullt, one level. Well landscaped SATURDAY & SUNDAY I t- .... and fenced, patio off master bedroom. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE 2 FIREPLCS. 2 BATHS' 4 BEOROOMS _ ' ,, location. Asking $27,500. COnvenient Contractors ond small retail business. DISHWR.--FAMILY RM. .",D.--' - EX2.5106. Accurate and Reos0nable. ASS IJMPTIO-II  SH 6-7969 i. 2 CAR GARAGE lhelr AND '- -.tL  UNIVERSITY VILLAGE ':'-' .... $22,500 FHA FOREST RIDGE  OWNER BEAUTY SALONS Owner transferred and must sell 3 BEDROOMS. Fireplace. Formi dining. charming brick 4 BDRMS. PLUS Wall 1o wall carpeting. Built.In range, CAMPUS BEAUTY SALON home, L.,ted t, cedar O yea, o,d PFP oven. d,shwosher, o,$po,o,. L0,6 exclusive *'Anglo Living room, dining room, den, fireplace, recreation room. 2 baths. Garage. "UNIVERSITY DISTRICT" Lake Manor." Slate entry hall, family breakfast bar, Kllchen. Full basement. ST. LUKE $18,500. LA2.,6721. ME 3-2522 type kitchen In gleaming ceramic tile Room for more bedrooms In unfinished 1309 N.E. 43rd ...... hoe G.E. dishwasher, fom.y roam with attic. Rereatlpn room. storago room. RICHMOND HIGHLANDS l - . ' flrelSIoce and gloss doors to patio, Laundry room, Triple plumbing. Fenced AREA ,,, rn nun n BUILDING LOTS sclous 25 ft. living room with stone yard. Tandem garage. Terms. Assume x - _ _ _ -.--.---',-- flrepl0ce and gloss patio dOers, 2 full FHA. KIE\\;A/ LI=C.AL NtTItl= I "JT. MATTHEWS: Level cleared, sewers, coromlc tile vanity baths, one off tho RUTN tlTI-IPRLAND I/TP I xI[Z VV ........ --.,,Fm,, I ppved deod.ond Street. Terms, LA4- master bedroom, 3 generous bedrOomS "' '  ..... ' "'"' |I ...... all hove wardrobes. 2 car attached [kA  I'I  I.  P. GERAGHTY & U^O,MM ..... I , l v l I-- /. , t, ,  . ,  Atlorlloy| .............. J garage and storage, on. large land- J_ k,l nl t u  he ,'  $ Olympl NatiOool'" "" BlSg CARPET WORK ecaPed grounds. Beach privileges at e,An r^n,n . I - I I J I% I V I ;ogftl" u,,.. " . 79 . n LA'2-5626. " I LC , R LTOR !Seelng l, Believing on this Quality Plus[ B o r or hi 'a'" Thomas Clifford, RAVFbJbJA CAIPFT I VIM("MT  kAI}IIP IKIC" 180 O$fh Ave. NE LA3.55551 Butt Home A TOP area Of homes, S rtorne.ys of record at the: ........................  ............... , "'" i-l Close to everything The perfect spot address below stotea, and file the some and J3817 N.E. 45fh LA2-8626 ..31, M/i. .3 tO raise your children Impossible toiWl "n the Cer.k of ead Court, together UPHOLIEERYvI#LEANINO !P to I wALK I TO il OWNER DESPERATE I match or even come ciose to In com-tWlofhthPr?erheSUdCaeServ! co. wllhlo six ___ -. opu t on exp Ollon la owner fOmllY l nHm -r ^w= ,-u: r-n*.M'ev .,. 1 parlson unless you go to the S23,0001 _ ._ of first publication ALADDIN CLEANERS l forces sole of lovely 3 bedroom. Large '=l; ,'=^'.. '"','nnmu,. pr ce range 2 car garage Sewers n otnis notice, or 'he same will be barred. AND [ living room with raised hearth fire- on'noln"yx'tr'ara u-"'-'l'"'l;ath'=J and paid for. Yes o home with on, the late of fLrs.t publication April 26, 1963. DRAPERY SERVICE I place, family size kitchen. RodlontJ Mos^t, ;,,. ,. ,..... ='., ...... '1 goodies you've been looking for. sol HUMAS CLIFFORD BLAIR LA 2-3030 I heat. Cyclone fenced back yard. Side- , ",',.,',' ,'j''='..'',,%'u-.=-',u'"'l phone PR -1186 now for on appolnt-I RxecutOr af said Estate. expert dry cleaning; also curtain and I wo,ks and curbs. FHA App rOlseel' t VV;rksho;"a'r;o-'l;wUUULtnt'ednnalgel ment to eo 310. Picture Floor Plans, 6,)Olympic National BidE., banket cleaners. I $13250. By Owner. EM2.2960. I and -"t " n=-..;,,., .'.L,...P. - = -U#l eric 9 am-9 pm I eatte 4, Wash. .A{I D^^  ll t*,,,* n  n ..... I UU  UUllrUl /ut.ry, urrouna- I ............ t GERAGHTY R, V/IMM S Vcnn vvu   T .... ozu u ............. I HOLY ROSARY -- EDMONDS L Ing patio overlooked by mo(estlc pine. ST-----J(3IAftorneys for Estate','"" SPLIT ENTRY HOMES. 3 bedrooms. I StrawberrieS, raspberries, 95x150 lot. BY OWNER Secluded1655 Olympic National Bide CLEANERS SERVICED W I ROOm tar more in full basement 2/ onderful yard for chlldreh Qu et Spacious 2 bedroom sunporch Seattle 4 Wa -h " ......... fireplaces Bath and a plus extra; street Walk to St Mark's 'in few" street Near U of N Forest "Ridge So-! Ftnol n'ubllct'ion M-'" ,n o, YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED_.$3.50 J roughed 'n in basement. Partial vew. i minutes. EM3.7965, i613 NE 159th. j attle "Prep. $17,000. EAa-0140. ' !___ ......... ur ........ = - ,om MOI ro LA ;(-46/I BUILDER" PR 6 =027 or PR 8 11115 =-:--.-;,,-.-.--=.-,,------------1 m InIIIJMIIAI & "HENNESSEY ONTRACT, NG BOW:,%,u'.%T:,''S:0'hd,';: 72S 2BoYT#'/REAST LEGAL NOTICES i PaR ROOF REPAIRING new roofs S.W WE7.$326. '4 large bedrooms room for more, and  N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEJ ' --'-' " ........................ I ' KANE & SPELLMAN i I EASTON ESTATES 2 beautiful fireplaces Double plumb State of Was In uflers and downspouts Asbestos and g ' ' n Lare k fch n Fu boem Attorneys tar Estate h gton for the County of Oposltlon llding. Free estlmoles. $ bedroom, 3 bath home. Huge flnlshedl _g. g, ^ e _ ....  ent. 907 Arctic Buildinn King. Ouranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. t daylight basement Includes 2 bedrooms, !ra- L/arage. I::A3-8690. [ SSafflo WoIh " In the moffer Of the Guardianship of EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place I full tub bath, sewing room, 14x26 reD i T kATTNPW' ,IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI MALVINA WHITE, An Incompetent. In EENEY CONSTRUCTION-C--O Camp et r..etlon, roo=m ,,and workshop, L.3 ener, I " '-D "f-,'F.' .C '"  State of Washington for the County! pro.bate: No. 1.70156. Notice to creditors. - '1 I "" uuo u=u,u.,, u, ,.,.  u.,.o ,,,-.=-i *" OLgJ',,,,rxo Of Kin  POTICe IS nereoy given mat the unaer remoae ng serv ce, room aaan,ons re- r rlvafe ' II ' ' " * Ik;..,, "t'rl*" -'-r ^- --..-od =-,=r t bed Dam has p bath and 2 wo s i Excellent condition 2 bedranm All ' In the Matter af h- =='-o ^ "-==^" signed has been appointed and has qua - ,.a " = "  ................. "' f ..... drawer s ce L r Ilvln ....................  I'i ft .... ieacas Up to 5 years to pay I o^ aum:n ...... pa,, , ahg=( u, thgl brick, tireploce, electric heot. Fenced; DINE L. CUNNINGHAM, Deceased. No. jea as guo.rolan at.the e.stote of Malvlno " ,om, .n.n ...........  ........  vvniTe, an incompelem That al persons Iv PA 2-4463  yard. Garage. Close bus and shopping. 164905. Notice of Hearing Final Re- JJ breakfast nook, within walking distance $14 ,cn n ...... : A nA I nrt n, otl,s^  nl .h.H^ having claims aga net sa d Incompetent I of shopping, parochial and public I .......................... I oflce'i; ;r'e;="-I'rn "llstr"Jose'-'tl S are hereby required ta serve thesame EII=./RII. .ll/K./ul.a schools Below FHA appraisal at ST PAUL'S IKane Administrator" of the Estat oi duy verified, on said guardian or his $26,500. SH 6-$323. J5 bedrooms fuli basement 2 fire-laces I. r'd ne .......... attorney of record at the address below WESTSiDE ELECTRIC INC. u ........ i , , , . e  L. ,unnmgnam nas Hea m st=,4 .................. [/fEoO;3: ! yWlEr 7ii::;ler:  _ :thCOrelt.mnusrO:oTwneFeneAd4.0Y7! Near !i iifi!fiih;e:i;i} :!i::; 'Ciii #ii!!t !'ii::ii;:r:i;$il Ind ouoelt I I I I SeaHle Art E Lindbe g Ow P P P Y same w r H' " " ,' " -- FOR ONE PRIEST. Reply to Progress i LEGAL NOTICES Ipersons thereto entitled and to discharge -- ill be.ha re.d.. ......... JlOO,.,-ENTERTAJNMENT     janld d ;:t:nntSt;lr,bandet: t oSnailhRes: uate ot/srRupNia#t[insdApR;t. T/'n"r.  ^c' SEATTLE REPLY TO THE PROG-, Attorney tot Estate I doy of May, 1963, at 9:30 A,M. at the c/o WILLIAM F =M,.=cc=v /kJi/ILL/"O RESS BOX 'F'. I 309 NO. SSth at Oreenwood Court Room of the Probate Department ...... -?'. ...... '" I I 14U/ AlasKa Ulag I Seattle 3, Washington SU 4-1942  Of said Court, at which time and place " LA MEXICANA Mext-Cafessen SeoHle, Wash. 16th Ave. S.W. WE. S-140 INSURANCE tiN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE; any person inlerested in said Estate may'WlLLIAM F HNNESSEY. t t Oppear and file oblectlons thereto ond l m,m  lama    ! S o e of Washington for the County of ...... Attorney for' EsTate, " N Kin contest tne same FOR RE T LEO J KRANTZ I g i Dated thl 18 " ..... L. , 1140 Alaska Building, s aay at .'prll lYbJ Seattl , . ', ....... In tho Matter of the Estate of GUSTAV Dte f f rst . , , I e Wash ACCEkAIY LJCTP/ . IJN, ALI-IN(....T ! H. MILLER Deceased No 169521.1,,,, a o pubhcahon 26 of Apr '1 Final pub coton May 10 1963 / ,J,JL. IVl UL..* i i,  ' ' " UTO..  ' " ad f Guadalu P t h Notice to Creditors AMES IMem, Our L y o pe ors. NOTICE O'-F-'SHERTF--F/S-SALE H.,,, ln,BLOCKmnomonTO ST J o., ..... .d Auto homo business, health life. I Notice Is hereby given that the Under-I ..... NORMAN R.. RIDDELL_ . , OF REAL ESTA'ri= ' ...........  ....... " ........... ' ' ' I n h ' n t LIrK at SalO ,our --- -,,  ........ o,.1^,. -I-!WE 2-593S . EM4-40: S g ed as been appointed a d has qual-! ........ I STATE OF WASHINGTON Coun  of ........ i n y K  t'lotealtz ,I ''." ,' '_'_'_ .'.' ....... , if ed as Executrix of the above titled - ." " I Kin n ss" SHER FF'S OFF e.= come. u mann Up. s t uepUTy ' " . e tae' that all persons having claimsi -- $23 Madison --. MA3-,'174. __ I M|SC. FO. SALE ogoln;t sod deceased are hereby re-IAKAoNE e & fSoPEELLotN T Y V)lssTeUdEouOtFo WRITOFrEX#CU" 2 STORES, s de by side 2400 and 1900: M & MRS S qu red to serve the same duly verified i Y - rlor Cou " i R. , ' '907 Arctic Building r rT at the State of Washington sq ft ono or both Good location for Poor Pea e s Pr ces on sad Executrix or her attorney of ........ for v ,, e-^.,_ ^ h, ,., , , ^= " ' I P r th n beatrle, wasn. j .-.. u..y , ..= ,.. ay u. chorcoa brat er or cote In downtown new and used steel and glee. reco d at e address below stated, a d P.-Inol' =;10-63 Anrll, , 196,' by h* ru= {h.=, nn h= Kent. Available now. UL 2.6418. U S PIPE & STEEL caMP)ANY file the same with the Clerk of said " lease of Mabel A Reynolds d/b/o Roy ,'ING WOMEN desire 2 roommates, 7000 South Ellis Court, together with proof of such ser- CUMMINGS & HARRIS, Attorneys l no ds Plumbing & Heating, Plaintiff, vet. to shore large house. Private PA $-8100 vice, within six months after the date 1008 Olympic Notional Bldg. sus Fred Barr and Edna Barr, h s w fe, I I I n -- -- Seaffls, Wash. T defendants. No. 5B6864, and to me, as iof first publlcatlon of thls notice or the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THEISherlff, dlrected and delivered: rooms. $,50. EAS-6774.  NURSING NaME same wtll bo barred. SUBLET: Furnished 1 bedroom apart-] Date of first publication April 19, 1963. State of Washington for the County of t NOTICE S HEREBY GIVEN, That I ment, for 6 months or more, near STUBBtNGS NURSING HOME LOUISE MILLER ALMANDI King. will proceed to sell ot public auction to Soared Heart Church. AT4.73. "Catholic operated ' Execulrlx of said Estate In the matter of the Estate of SELMA H. the highest bidder for cash, within the DUPLEX. Unfurnished. 2 bedrooms. Our Private cases only Address 6712 Phnnev No. COONS, Deceased. in probate. NO. 170- hours prescribed by low for Sheriff's State LIc. No. 69 Seattle 3, Washington 666. Notice to creditors. ] sales, to-wite, ten o'clock A.M., on the =Lady of the Lake. EM 2.2971. 11732.16fb Ave, EA.3-6061 P' R. Mclntosh, Notice is hereby given that the under- / 7th day of June, 1963, before the Court , u , Attorney for Estate signed has been appointed and has quail- l House door of King County, Jefferson FURNITURE ISSAQUAH VILLA' 309 No. BSth at Greenwood i fled as Executor af the estate af Selma Street entrance, at Seattle, In the State Catholic Operated, Class 1 ' H. Coons Deceased; that a I persons hav- of Washington a I of the right, title and -- (,nOn,tall) nl,u I SU 4-1942 ing claims ogatnst said deceased are interest of said defendants and each of LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on thei LIc. No. 47S Ex. 2-5351 Seattle 3, Washington Eostslde, Open Friday evening. "Free i Final ,3-63 hereby required to serve the same, duly them and the marital community they delivery", Credit. ! PETS --R"7-sJDFJ - & L-AN-ERG'-I verified, on said executor or his attorney compose, In and to fho following de- RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE ; Attornsy| for Estate of record at the address below stated, and scribed property, situated in K I n g file the some with the Clerk of said Court, County, State of Washington, to-wit: 5-1378 Redmond l SEALPOINT SIAMESE KITTENS e47 Logan Bldg. I together with proof of such service within 1. That portion of the southwest % of AND MOTHER. $10 EACH. Seattle, Wash. = "rl.=L slx months after the date of first publIca, the northwest I/4 of section 19. Town- GREETING CARDS ,, EA5,88S3 I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT O ...... ti - - . on of this notice, or the same will be ship 22 north, range 5 E.W.M. de- State of Washington for the t, ouoty at barred. BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS PLUMBERS King scribed as follows: Beginning at CATHOLIC CARDS--V PRICE  In the Matter at the Estate of WIL-I Date at first publication April 26, 1963. point 107 rods 8.5 feet south and 2 LA 2-4671 LIAM THOMSON Deceased, In Probate. EDWIN F. COONS rods 7.5 feet east of the northwest SERVICE f:o. 171217. Notice to Creditors. Executor ot sa)d Estate. corner of section 19; thence north 30  7338-9th N.W., east 7 rods; thence south 81 east 179 Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store Notice is hereby given that the under- Seattle, Wash. feet; thence southerly a distance of L. G. MASSART & SONS signed has been appointed and has CUMMINGS & HARRIS 184 feet, more or less, to the norfhi CASSIDY ,,o, 9th Ave. N.W, ,SU 3-6S50 qualified as Executr{x of the estoto Of Attorneys for Estate, i ,, William Thomson, Deceased; that oll 1008 Olympic National BidE,, northltne of 61 Jhnwest MurraY220 feetTract;" thence!to the point TAILORS persons having claims against said de- SeaHle, Wash. of beginning. Tnx lot No. 97, Less ceased aro hereby required to serve the Funeral Home ,xp,.T TAILORINO .me duly verified, on said Execufrlx Final publlcoflon May 10,,1963, south 65 feet thereof, King County, and' or her attorneys of record ot the oddross -- NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE Washington. ALTERATIONS below stated, and file the some with fho OF REAL ESTATE 2. The south V of the south 160 feet Of 'since 1914' Clerk of said Court, together with proof SHERIFF'S OFFICE, State of Washington, the north 190 feet of the eait 150 feet Robert Cassidy, Pres. J. Cordova !of such service within six months attar County of King, ss. af the southeast V of the northwest 7J'4 th 6v,n.* i the dote of first publication of this notice, By virtue of an ORDER OF SALE Issued / of the southeast %, section 3, town. ........ , ,' h Will be barred James Caidy, Vice Pre. ,, '" : , , ,or t e same . out of the Honorable Superior Court of ship. 22 North, Range S E.W.M., King !9,*,U,e,U'--'A"--MMh R'-O "'IV'C'E Date of first publlcoflon April 19, 1963. the State of Washington for King County, Washington. !.mbvu.auvl eqw q vem u I BARBARA THOMSON County, on the 18th day of April, 1963, levied on as the property of said defend- ."';'' *  I Executrix of sold Estate by the clerk thereof, In the case of ants to satisfy a ludgment amounting to ....... . - . I Address c/o g47 Logan BidE. J V !: . E T T FErum..n A. ..v City Transfer Company, One thousand two hundrod eighty and *MemDer St. I=awaro S Parish" I Seattle, Wash. a co-partnership, Plaintiff, 89/100 ($1,280.89) Dollars, the cost of PA. 3-1172 versus suit and Interest, in favor of plaintiff. CORBETT, SIOERIUS 8= LDNERGAN 1001 OAKES AL. Z.2178 ......... Afforneye for Estate, McComb Construction Co., Inc., a Dated this 26th day of Aprll, 1963. IM7 Logan Bldg. Washington corporation; ABC En- DONALD R. SPRINKLE, Seattle, Wash. terprises, Inc., a corporation, Rich- Sheriff Final 5-3-63 ord O. Sims and Donna F. Sims, his By Coral Clalbourne, Deputy. ' Hoffner's wife, Defendants. Final S-31-63 "A['--b- MCDONNELL I No. 593403, and to me, as Sheriff, directed MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO - Attorneys E and delivered' Attorneys i $77 Dexter H0rton Buildtng NOTICE IS i-II=Dl=a-v ,'-.=w:M "rh.* n ...... Se.off_tWhl,".on ..... l wlll proceed to 'el'l;t' pul,[c"'cf'lon" t; S63 OlymplCseanfo,Natl.wosh.Llta Bldg. FISHIR-KALFUS ., /PII= ............. the highest bidder for cash, within the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI Stato of Washington for ing County hours orescrlbed hv nw fnr h*r ff', State of Washington for the County Of FUNERAL '" ' h ' m a''' r O f ' h ' '' 0'' O f J O H N J j '  ' a J  ' , ' O W J'' - . . t T en " . ' "  k  c 1 _ C ........ "A-M ...... on 1 " "e  h  King I KUSH Deceased No 170793 Notice of 31st do of Mo 1963 efore h .... : Y Y, , b t e Court In the Matter of 1he Estate of DELOS I Sole of Real Estate. j Hause door of K ng County, Jefferson ALBERT WEBB, Deceased. In Probate. I NOTICE IS HEREBY G VEN that Rob., Street entranco, ot Seattle, )n 1he State No. 171548. Notice to Creditors. n ert W. Kush, as odmlolstralor of the lo f Wash ngton, the following described Notice Is hereby given that the undor-[ above estate, will sel at private SO e and l-r^e,-, F-,, olt"'^"-. ,-; .-uv'"" '.r,r'^''*" .u.=*'" signed has been appointed and has quail- for cash the following described real jot Washington, to-wit: fled as executrlces of the estate of Delos Sorving Catholic Families estate: t North 100 feet of the south 400 feet Albert Webb, Deceased; that all persons Jlor LOt 44, Block One, Cedarhurst Addi. of the east haft of the following de- tlon NO. I, Volume 31 of Plats, page scribed properly: The northeast quor- J ln 1= 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. Mathias Kreutzer, died May 3, 1944. The Rev. L,A.H. Allain, died May 4, 198. The Rev. John lVlally, died May 4, lg40. The Rev, Charles Lighthouse O.S.B., died May 15, 1939.. The Rev. Joseph Sehmidt, died May 9, 1949, / / Memoriam ! Sister Agnes, Sr. Francesca Noted HospitalMaria Buried . Head, Dies in Spokane A Mass for Sister Agnes of .Requiem M a s s for Sister the Sacred Heart, F.C.S.P., Francesca M a r ia, S.N.J.M., former head of Pro'idence -, who died April 24 of a heart Hospital, will be offered to- attack, w as offered at St. morrow morning, May 4, at Aloysius Church, Spokane, with burial at Holy Cross Cemetery there. Sister was the eighth grade teacher at St. Joseph School, Seattle, and had completed a : elass day when she suffered the fatal attack. She was 60 years old and had been a professed religious 38 years. Sister, born Frances Schem- me1 in Hartline, Grant County, -was a convert who later con- verted her mother. Before en- B, Ilingham tering te novitiate o the Holy Names at Marylhurst, she studied at Holy Names Normal School in Spokane. Before coming to St. Joseph's she taught in Seattle at St. Ane'E, Holy Names and Sac- red Heart in Everett at Im- maculate Conception and itt schools of her community in Portland and Spokane, where she was superior at St. SISTER AGNES, F,C.S.P. " Aloysius. 9 a.m. in the chapel at Mount "There are no immediate sur, St. Vincent's. Rosary wilt, be . vivors. Relations i n c 1 u d e said tonight at 6:30 p.m. also Sister M. Theodo-e 3oseph, KINK, M. Dick J. (FI0ronce H.) 39, 1124 lSth St., died April 28. Requiem May 2 Sacred Heart Church. Ltved here since IntoncY. Member of the Sacred Heart Altar Soclety Mother Evonglistd Hospital Guild and the Democratic Women's Club. Survivors: husbnnd; daughter, Kondltu sister, Phyll)s J; Caffell and a brother, Wilbur Coffee, oil Of Belllngham, Westford Funeral Home. VICTOR, MrS. Pagline B, 90, 2603 H9 St., dlea April 25. Requiem April Church Of the Assum!0flon. Lived here 61 years. Member of the Altar Society, Loglon of Mary and St. Ellzabefh Circle. SurvivOrs: three daughters, MISs Anna VICtor, Bellinp. hnm; Mrs. Christine B0zarth, EaSt Wenotchee and Mrs. Hattie Strecker, Spokane; three sons, Fred and Ralph of Bellfngham and John of Seattle; a sister, Mrs. A. W. Abts and 20 greol- grandchildren. Bingham and Jerns Fu- neral Home. Burlington OSTROSKh Frank, 57, 312 Mognoll0, dled April 9. Requiem Alfil  St. Charles Church. Born In Wlnona NInn. Employe of the Great NOrthern ROll- way. Member Of the Brothsrh00d of Maintenance of Railway Employes. Sur- vivors: wife, Beatrice; four sisters and two brathere living In the East and several nlces and hephews. HulbuSh Funeral Home. Monroe LeCLAIR. Mgrv, 06, died Alrll 24. R6dlutem April ,7 St. Mary Church. Barn In Mgssdchusefls, Lived In Index many yArs before moving tO MOnroe two yedrs ao. Survivors: etsfer, Mrs. Agnes Rebelle, Union CITY, Colif, grid d humber of nieces. Pudy 0nd Kerr Fuhal Home. Puyallup CHAVET, Walter R., 71, 916 3rd Avo. N.W., died April 24. Roqulem April 27 All Saints Church. Born in Hebron, Nab., and Ilvea hre 27 yr$. AllaCtOted with Godbow and Chovet L0g01n(I Cb., of Ketchikan, Alaska, be- fore his roflrement five years ogo. Member 0f the Knlght, Of C01umbuS In Nobrasko, ahd the Etks. ,Survivors: wife, Helen J4 two sons, Lf. C01. W. Allan Chove (Army ret.) of Boton Rouge, Lo.; and Stephen af Puyallup; tWO daughter, Norma Helen of Puyol. lup and MrS. George (ErreD) Paul, Port Benton, Mont.; two brothor$, Late, KeOrney, Neb., and Bert of Waterloo, Nab.; a sister, Miss Edith Chavet of Omaha 0nd three grandchildren. Powers F.Jneral Home. Seattle BENNA, John V,, 66, 4818 F0untleroy Way $.W., died April 28. Requiem May 1 Holy Rosary Church. urlal Calvary. BOrn In italy. Came here from Juneau In 1923. Wos a retired automobile me- cbanlc. Was a member of Auto Ma- chlnfsts' Union and the Italian Inde- pondent Socioty. Surviving oro his wlfo, Ernesta; dou0hter, Mrs. Pelor Echis, Seattlo, and a brother and tWO slsters In Italy. H0wden-Kennedy Funeral Home. BERRY John, 83, 30011 W. 35th, died April 14. Requiem April 17 Our Lady of Fatima Church, Burloi H01yrood. Barn In Austrto. Come to this country 60 years ago. No Immediate survivors. BOLF, George,.$r., 7S, 1133 Poplar Place S., Wed April 27. Requiem April 30, St. Mary Church. Burial Mt. Olivet, Ronton. Born in Yugoslavia, Come here tram Roslyn In 1924. Was a mem- ber of Croatian Fraternal Union No. 56; American Fraternal Union No. 39, and Eagles Aerie No. 696, oil of Ros- lyn. Survivors: wito, Josephine K.; son, George Bolt, Jr.; daughter, Mrs. Zorca Drake, all of Seattle; brothers, Joseph, Renton; Frank, Yugoslavia; sisters, Mrs. Frances Wlohovlch, Detroit, Mlch.; Mrs. Margaret Plesha of Yugoslavia, and three grandchildren. Columbia Fu- norol Home. ELLIOTT, Jules, 78, 23717 lfh Ave., died April 27. Requiem May 1 Holy Rosary Church. Born in Independence, Mo. Came hare in 1909. Was (1 retired nurseryman. Survivors: sister-in-low, Mrs. Tong Pratt; nephew, Donald Praff; nloeo, Mrs. Kathleen Block, all of Seattle. Beck's Funoral Home. FARRELL, Mrs. Francis J. (Anna), 7S, 923 22nd Avo, E., died April 25. Roqulem April 29 St. Joseph Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Everett, Pa. Came here 55 years ago. Was self employed as o modiste. Survivors: husband, Francis; doughters, Mrs. Allen MacQuarrie and Mrs. Willard Hanson, both of Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Dean Anderson, San Francisco; Mrs. Clem Joycox, Issaquoh, aod Sister Mary Pauline, Tacoma; four grandchlldrea. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. LEFF, Mrs. John R. (Normo], 38, 6236 Palatine Ave. N., died April 28. Requiem May 1 St. John Church. Born Ln Yuma, Calo. Came here from Denver eleven years ago. Survivors: husband, John R.; three doughtors, aren J., Barbara A. and Llnda K. Left, all at home; two sisters, Mrs. Mary B. Ches- ney, Reno, and Mrs. Andrew Holiw, Denver, and five brothers, Calvin C. and Woodrow B. Stollsworth, both of Joes, Colo.; David Stailsworth, Frank- ton, Colo.; Thomas Stall,worth, Llttleton, Colo., and Tony Sfalleworth, Prescott, Ark. Evans-Cummings Funeral Home. McCULLOUGH, Vincent T., 54, 5246 36th Ave N.E., died April 25. Regulem April 26 Assumption Church. aurlal Calvary. Born In Seattle, Was a Seattle Transit System driver for 26 years. Graduate of Seattle Preparatory School and Seattle University. Survivors: wife, Mabel L., and stepson, William Worthy, Seattle. Buttorworth's Funeral Home O'LE,RY, Dmllal, $2, 1102 24th Avg. S., died April 27. Requiem May 1 St. Mary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in County Cork, Ireland. Came here tram Buffe, Montana 50 years ago. Was a member of the Holy Name Society and pioneer member of St. Mary Church. Survivors: sons, Frank, Joe, Bernoed, HOME Over Thirty hov,ng clalms against sold deceased arel hereby required to serve the some duly Years 4o, records Of King County, Washing- I ter Of the southeast quarter of section verified, on said executrices or their ot-j ton. l 10, lownshp 22 north, range 6 east, torney of record at the address below ON-GROUNDS PARKING ,o the hlghesl ond best bidder. BIds must] W.M., EXCEPT the west 22 acres ond be submitted In writing ond may be left EXCEPT the easterly 15 feet thereof with tho administrator at 577 Dextor Hor-I for road; MElrose ton Building, Seafllo 4, Washington, Bids Iovied on as the property of oil at fhe will bo re,calved unltl the dote Of sate defendants herein, to satisfy a Iudgmenl or the some will be barred. I O'REILLY, Mrs. LIllton E., 47, $24 0100 on or after April 26, 1963. The admlnls-of a foreclosure of two mortgages Date of first publication 3rd May, 1963. F WelltngtonAve.,dledAprl124. Requlom u trator reserves the r ght to re act any omountlng to Two thousand four hundred MERCEDES WEBB & Aprll 27 St. Teresa Church. Burial Col- and all bids. slxty-lhree and 48/100 ($2,463.48) Oollars, BEVERLY F. MCCREARY I vary. Born In Seattle. Was a member 10B North 36th First Publication 4.26-63. i the cost of suit and Interest In favor of Executrices of said Estate. I Of St. Teresa's Mothers Club, Seaffle plaintiff, and defendant, ABC Enterprises, 563 Olympic Natl. Life BidE. ROBERT W. KUSH Administrator ' Inc., a Washinglon corporation, i Seattle, Wnsh. I! DancePrep Mother,club. Survivors:Club and Jo-C-OOhusband,Squorejo. Seattle REGAL AND McDONELL Dated this 23rd day of Aprlh 1963. i MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO r' seph; sons, John Daniel and Patrick; GIORG! HOFFNER s77 Dexter Horton Bulldlng DONALD R. SPRINKLE, SherlfftAttorneys for Estate, brother, John Redmond; ststers, Mrs. Seattle 4, Washington j By CORAL CLAIBOURN, Deputy $63 Olympic Natl. Life Bldg. I James O'Brlen, Mrs. Frank Lass and Owner Attorneys for Administrator Dote of first publication April 26 1963., Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Kothlean Lodkey, all Seaflle. Man- Final S-3-63 Final publication May 24, 1963. Final S.17.'63i nine and 5ons Funeral Home. Vincent, AI and Jim, all of Seattle; daughters, Mrs. Gonevleve Meuccl and Mrs. Dolores Glrouard, both at Seat- tle, and Mrs. Cellla Hoy, El Cerrlto, stated, and file the same with the Clerk I Calif.; brother, Timothy, In England; af sold Court, together with proof oil 19 grandchildren.. John Kolin Funeral such service within six months after the Home. dote of first publication of this notice, in the chapel. Burial will be in Calvary. Sister, 64, died April 28 in Burbank, Calif., where she was administrator of St. Joseph Hosp|tal. The requiem Mass was offered at St. Fin- bar Chureh there, She had been at St. Joseph's Since she left Seattle in 198. She S,N.J,M., and Sister Gordon Mary. S. NJ.M., both of Spokane. Seattle SMITH, Mrs. Morguerlto J., 66, I00 Roy St., died April 24. Requiem Aprtl 27 Sorod Heart Church, Burial Holy- rood. Born Jn St. Paul, Minn. Come here 14 yeart, O00. Retired In 1960 as a cosmetician for a department store. Survivors: Slstors, Mrs. Moryon J. Browno ond Mrs. Robert J. f>outhorn, had been here six years, b0fh of Seattle; Mrs. Robert D. Wal. At the time Of her death -' tars, Millbroe, COlif.; Mrs. Paul Sea- .L-/mon Son: Frond,co, and Mrt,. Willord ter was engaged in the con. Smith, Lokew0od, Calif. MItfOISt0dt struction of e new six rnlli0h FuPertll Home. WALKER, Karl K., 43, 6056 44th Ave. dollar hospital with 256 beds at St. Joseph's. The dedication was scheduled tO be in two weeks. Sister had been ill the past .year. Sister Agnes was one of the. N.E.,dted April 24. Requiem Alrll 26 Church af the Assumption. Burial Holy- rood. BOrn In Seattle. Was monogor of O grain elevolOr in Toppt=nish, and had m0naed tw0 0rain focllltles In Seattle previously. Member of the Ballard Elks Ond Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity, Sur- vZvor: WilD, Anne; son, Karl K. W01ker, Jr.; daughters, Lisa Marie and most widely known hospital Karol Anne Wolker, all at home; his adm{nistrators on the est stepmother, Mrs, Henry A. Wolkor, Jr., Coast. She was e fome' pre; Seattle; brother, Henry A. Walker, Jr., Edmonds, and sister, Mrs, Potrlcta dent of the Washington State McGhee, ,Everett. Hoffner's Fisher- H ...... " the first KoRus Funeral Home. ospl[al Assocla[lon, .  , Sister ever to be so hon0red.' " lloqualmle (k .= , ,11,',,, ,(' t,=. METZLER, Kothlean Mow, 14, died u. ,=a = L.==U,, v= ,. April 24. Requiem April 27 Our Lady American College of Hospital Born In Snoquolmle. Attended SnOqual- Administrators and a member of the House of De]egates of the AmeriCan Hospital AssOcia- tion and formerly ..was a- m.em- bar of the executive committee of the Blue Cross P]an " of Sorrows Church. Burial Bellevue. role Schaol. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chorle T, Motzler; brofhers, Mke, Jim and John, all ot home; P- ternol grondmo1her, Mrs. G. Metzler, Tacoma, and her maternal grandmother, Mrs. B A. Burke, Son Francisco New- man Funeral Home. Tacoma Sister was a member of the HITSMAN, Herberl, 65, died April 24 Seattle Hospital. CounCil '.and ', m Rotu, Requiem Apr{l 29 St. Alpban- was chairman of the rates sus Church, Born in Delan, Minn. Came here 58 years alo, entered the committee. She twice was elec- State Veterans' Home In 1960. Was a ted provincial delegate of the retlred surveyor and lractor operator, He is survived by an aunt Clark- general Chapter of the Sisters Rafferfy & Putnam Funeral Home. of Charity of Providence. MOREY, Edward J., 7S, 6023 S. Verde St,, dlod April 26. Requiem Aprll Sister Was born Mary 3o Visitation Church. Born in Bath, Agnes Dooney in Portland. Marne. Lived here 25 years. Helped build many four and five.masted She entered the novitiate : 1 schooners; Employed at Todd-Tacoma lglT and tr,ined  a turle" Shipyards during World War I1 and lator,F:4r .pnstructlon at, McChord Air Jn Oakland, Calif. Sister also : Force Bose: Survivors: wlto, Clara A.; served in Spokane, Mlssou|a tour daughters, Mrs. Arlette Skanes, and Great Falls, Mont. Mrs, Dorothy Grassmon and Mrs. An- draw L. (Harriet) Slmnnsen, all of Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Tacoma, and Mrs. Bennle (Morllla) M. F. Brophy and a brother, Tlpton of Seattle; 14 grandchlldron and 10 great-grandchlldron, Piper Funeral Dan Dooney, both of Pordand. Homo. PAUL, Mrs. Juno, 70/ 1005 E: RoY ...... PASSANTE, Vito, 72, 2502 N. Union St., dled April 25. Requiem Agrll 26 St, Ave., died April 24. Requiem April 27 Patrick Church. Burtat Calvary,, Come St. Rlfa Church, Burial Calvary, Born here 45 years ago. At 'her retirement In Sicily and came to Tacoma in :t942 five years ago had been a satoslody for from Chicago where he was n the Frederick and Nelson for 34 years, what,ogle fluff and produce busness There are no known survivors. Manning 30 years. Survivors: wife, Eva; son, and Sons Funeral Home. : .Anthony; two doughtors, Mrs. Laura RIccobono and Mrs. Angeline Kelly, " all of Tacoma; brother and sistor in SCHMIDT, George, 64, 1832 E. Shelby Sicily; seven grandchildren. Gaffney St., died April 28. R equ)em May 1 St; Funeral Home. Joseph Church. Burial Col;vary. Borg In ROBERTS, George A., 67, 2222 S. Bismarck, NID. Came" here 20 years 38th St., died April 24. Requiem April ago. Was a manufocturers Fepresoito- 27,Holy Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. tlve. Member of the Knights of Caium- Born In Tacoma and lived here all his bus, the James Shields Assembly, Fourth Life. From 1912 to 1929 was chief e- Degree, the Elks Lodge in KJrk|and and ginger of the tug Andrew Foss. Era- the Holy Name 5ociety. Was also active played by Associated Oil Co. 12 years. in Boy Scout work. Survivors: wife, Member of the Carpenters Union. Sat- Mildred; four daughters, Mrs. John A,. v}vars: wife, Clara; son, Georgo A. Kaufer, and Mrs. E. J. Brown, both of Jr., and a stepson, Floyd D. Donovan, Seattle, Sister Joel Mary, S.N.J Spa- kane and Mrs. Leo Brown, San Fran- cisco; a son, Rodney R. Schmldt, Seattle; brother, Martin Schmidt, and twa sisters, Mrs. Margaret Mastel and Mrs. Magdellne Zahn, aJl of Bismarck, and 17 grandchildren. Bonney-Wafsoh Funeral Home. ii ' i iii iilll iii I both of Tacoma; six grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. ROSENBERGER, Mrs. Guy C. (11). 67, died April 28. Requiem May 1 St. Charles Borromeo Church. Burial Holy* .rood, Seattle. Born In Colorado, Lived In Seattle many years. Member of the Legion of May. Retired consultant of the Washington State Employment Serv- tee. Survivors: son, Jerry C., of Tacoma, and three granddaughters. Gaffney Fu- neral Home. I I John Kalin Funeral Home CathOlic O,ned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Hertz o t tle Medical Center I II II P 1 I Hamiiton-Mylan :Funeral Home PAUL L' MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. l*lth, Vancouver OX. 4-2537 i i