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The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS, 907 Terry Ave. MA. 2-8880, Extension 61 RATE 30 PER LINE CLOSING TIME 4 P.M.s WEDNESDAY AUTOMOBILE REPAIR GUARANTEED BRAKE REPAIR BALL JOINT AND KINGPIN REPAIRS. KINGCO BRAKES 9817 171h SW WE 5-2871 I BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES OR SALE In 80% Catholic town of Mt. Angel, Oregon -- 1 acre and 5-ear shop now used as wrecking yard and garage. Serving shopping area of 50,000. Suitable for used or new ma- chinery dealership . or auction yard with no compelil[on." Good local Cath- olic schools -- grade, hi and college. Flood-free area. No trades consid. ered. Price, $22,950. Victor Melssner, Rt. I, Box 1 AA, Mt. Angel, Oregon. CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA S-5450 - -/-p JEN-AB DUDE RANCH for boys and girls; heated pool. GRANITE FALLS, OWen 1-3831 or Seattle, LA 2-S067. CONTRACTING m SERVICES FOR Roof Regalrlng, new roofs, gutters, and downspouts, asbestos and composl- tlon siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed lwork. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4.8481. I nfBriorExferior Remodeling COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE INSURED . . . REFERENCES "0'! Down, 5 Years To Pay HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. 3948 S. Mead PA 2-4463 TREES TOPPED, taken down and re- moved. Earl LeClalr, PA 5-7805 or Low Trudeau, CH 3-8947. ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES IARoGr E oUPRLI GHeT n/per" / ctr;lez''." Ca,,One EM 3-3867 EVENINGS ONLY. FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-holt block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 OFFICE SPACE available. Suitable for obstetrician or gynecologist; prefer Catholic, Northeast Clinic, 6850 35th NE. LA 4-5579. RENT to reliable couple for care comfortable, partly furnished house Camano Island. Nice for "retired". Write M. Tanner, 2312 92nd Ave., S., Seattle. ROOMS In nice home for senior citizens mboard optional. Near St. Joseph's Church and Volunteer Park. EA 2- 5438. FURNITURE ARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening, "Free de very," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE BURIEN ACE GLASS: (21 Iocations. q 424 SW 153rd, CH 3-0540, and LAKE I CITY; EVERGREEN GLASS & PAINT, EM 3-9800. "CIty Wide 5ervlce". Free pick up and delivery. GREETING CARDS CATHOLIC CARDS & Other Cards, NOTE , PAPER, GIFT WRAP -- For all occa- sions, year 'round. -- Buy for Ioss-- alwaye. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR, r Reasoheble, (Pick up & del.) Tom Mc- Elroy, 5306 Rosevelt, LA 2-4671. i HELP WANTED WANTED--Housekeeper for parish house 4 near Seattle. House---one floor, easy to care for. One priest. Social security "* coverage If desired. Write Box "L" Core The Progress. WANTED older woman for baby sitting and light housework. Live In. Modern . rural home. Write Chas. Lytle, Rt. 2, Box 191, Everett. EDgewood 4-6811. ANTED Housekeeper, South End Parish. Two priests. Write Box "C" Care of The Progress. HAPPINESS IS HIRING TEENAGERS. i Call St. Matthew's Job Referral Cen- I ter 12 to 0 pm. EM 2-2785. INTERIOR DECORATORS 'ERICSON PAINTING. 10025 Mary Ave. , NW. SU 3-3005. Speclallzlng In Interlor. Quallty workmanship. Erlc Erlcson -- pointing, decorating, paper hanging;  also exterlor pa.lntlng. HELP THE EXJ'-ENSION LAY VOLUN; TEERS. The Catholic Church Extension J Society wants representatives to =ell :Extenslon Magazine. Local territory F'Oregon, Washington and Montana. Start. Ins salary, fringe benefits, Write P.O. Box 23026 Tlgord, Ore. Phone ME 9-2214. MISC. FOR SALE 'DELICIOUS, home-made broken choco- lates, fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kttchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (Opposite Morshgll School). METSKER MAPS Seattle ..Tacoma--Par tland CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything In the Mop Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES GOLF BALLS Top brands, practice balls. Very reason- able. LA 4-1716. CLOSING Queen Anne Hill home--upright piano $110 or offer. Excellent condition. PA 3-0782. BOOKS OF KNOWLEDGE, SCIENCE LANDS & PEOPLE. 38 volumes, plus book-case. Call EM 3-3867. EVENINGS ONLY. ii NURSING HOMES I"KE VUE MANOR atlon/lly accredited for Intensive care . . Personalized rehabilitative care In a warm congenial atmosphere. State Dept. of Health LIc. 446. VA 2-7777--VA 2-6311 6505 Lokevlew Dr. Klrklond AUSTIN'S NURSING : HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash State LIc. No. 248) '9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 2-4296 I RESTFUL MANOR ONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 S610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 ,T ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated Nationally accredited for Intensive care. uLIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) HOMES FOR SALE ST. JOHNS 4 BDRM. 2 BATH APPLIANCES CARPETS & DRAPES $16,soo See this mammoth VIEW home In top location. Stone fireplace f anked by built-In book' shelves. Private TV room, cheery kitchen with double stainless sinks and. all formica counters, day- light basement and garage. Chopped $1,000 to $16,500 far quick sale an law FHA terms. Call BEST'S, INC., LA 3- 4 BDRMS. 3 BATHS This Is one of our builders own hemal but he has bought a ranch tn Eastern Washington and Is ready to sell his "Shan0ri-La". Words cannot describe this ground.hugging rambler with 2,269 sq. it., hidden away in o tree-studded 10 acres at park-like sylvan setting. Even the It is secluded and in the woods, it Is close In and has all the modern conveniences. It will be worth your whUe to look -- even the You do not buy. UL 2.6400 (Day or night), MORE REALTY -- "See More Before YOU BUy". TREASURE MERLEN L, MOORE CO. VOLUNTEER PARK This spacious, 3 bedroom home has been completely redone, by a professional-family size dining and living rooms, friendly fireplace, golden oak floors--full concrete lower level provides play space, auto. oll furntce. NONE NICER at $14,950 -- SMALL DOWNI LA 4- 2500, ad 181. MUTUAL REALTY CO. 5026 University Way NE LA. 4-2B00 NORTHGATE 7ONI 11300 DOWN--2 FIREPLACES-- MODERN GLASS COVERED PATIO--FAMILY ROOM California owner selling at $18,000 FHA appraisal. Immaculate all one floor 3 bedroom home. Park like grounds on beautltuI quiet street of quality homes. Even a playhouse for the children. Call Pioneer Realty, 5500 "U" Way. LA S.7200. 2-LEVEL HOME 2 YRS. OLD ST. LUKE'S PARISH bedrooms--4 up, 2 down---3 baths, large recreation room, 2 fireplaces, workshop, landscaped. Inler-com, dishwasher, dis- posal, carpeting, range hood. G o o d neighborhood--close to shopping center and Clinic. This home is too big for us, may be lust right for you. 3 min- utes from new Shoreline Community College. Call evenings, LI 6-3361. Shown by appelntment only. PAINT YOUR WAY IN " N EW--$14,500 Here's your chance to move Into a new home with payments like rent. Several designs to choose from. 3 bedroom, dining area, fireplace, rec room area. Call today for showings, T. A. PETERSON REALTOR : 2108 S.W. 152 CH 3-6000 24 hrs. SEAHURST 3 BEDROOMS Full basement, has 3rd. bedrm., neat bUngalow, set on large fenced lot near beautiful Lake Burlen. Walk to St. Fran- cis. Pay only closing costs & move In. FHA apprsd, at $13,500. CH 4-8550. Tar- buck Realty, 15401-1st. Ave. So. NEED ROOM? Just llsted--4 bdrm house In tlp-fop con- dltlon--Large kltchen wlth eating space & dlnlng room, full bsmt, Double cor- ner lot I Block to Ralnler bus. Only $15,500--Hurryl SEWARD PARK REALTY PA 5-3300 ST. MATTHEW'S $27,950--$32,500 New models, 4posslble 8, bedrooms. In- slda clty. Adl. to Shoreline Brook Es- tates. Call EM 2-8855, Eves. EM 2-0377. ERLING REED, Reltors 14300 15th N.E. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-13 EVENINGS SU 4.3617 MERCER ISLAND 2,000 sq. it. brick and cedar. Near St. Monlca's and public schools. $27,000. AD 2-1727. GRACE RUUD REALTY, 2311 Vlewmont Way W., AT 3.1177. SPECIALIZING IN MAGNOLIA AND CARLETON PARK HOMES; OUR LADY OF FATIMA AND ST. MARGARET'S PARISHES. ST. JOHN'S. 3 bedrooms and 1 unflr]- Ished. Wall-to-wall carpet and drapes, fireplace, 2-car attached garage, corner lot. By owner. 524 N 92nd. SU 3-2693. MARTIN & DAVIS REALTY, 523 Queen Anne No., AT 4-0505. SELECT HOMES, ..REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS. NOTARY PUBLIC.' CHARMING Shoreline 3-bedroom ram- bier. 1V2 baths, recreation room, cer- amic kitchen with built-ins. Fenced V, acre. $17,950. LI. 6-2177. ST. PlUS X [ By Owner, $20,950 [recent FHA appraisal= $21,850). 5 bedrooms, 2V2 baths, full daylight basement, 3 years old. In Bal- linger Terrace. PR 8-0214. HOMES FOR SALE long low cedar rambler 4 BDRMS. FIREPLACE LIKE NEW $150 DN. $13,750 U.S. Government Owned This IS by far the best buy on today's market. Over-sized living room with gleaming oak floors. Ranch kitchen with birch cabinets. Party size recreallon room with sliding glass wall to huge patio. Don't be disappointed, be quick to call EM 4-1180 to sea Ad No. 42. Picture Floor Plans, Ins. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-1180 5 BDRMS Spacious elegance at a price you can afford. This distinctive home Is spotlessly clean. 1V= baths, large sunny dining room with beamed ceiling, full base- ment, family room. St. Joseph's parish. Worth seeing, worthy of you. Call Mary Bracelln, EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. EA S-0700 ST. LUKE'S 8-ON-I $18,9so VACANT AND SELLING BELOW AP- PRAISAL. Large floor plan for the family that needs space. 4 king size bedrooms, dble. plumbing. Large family room with fireplace and spacious living room. Built-In vacuum cleaner. Ultra modern kitchen with range and rafflE. erator. Level entry and reverse tlear plan with landscaped back yard. Only three blocks to St. Luke's and close to shopping and bus. Move In on credit approval. This one can't last. Call now on Ad 1712. STERLING HOMES LI 6.1191 CAPITOL HILL ST. JOSEPH'S New on market and ust north of St. Jo. sephs. A beautifully maintained solid brick home. Ideal for a family or a couple. 2 bedrooms on main floor; 2- plus bedrooms up. Full basement with recreation room space and newer hot water heating system. Enclosed rear yard; level street. Minimum FHA terms and priced at $16,250. Call Mr. Manea, EA 2-5251. MERLEN L. MOORE CO. 405 15th East EA5-4000 "DIFFERENT" Non tract -- Individualistic -- 3 bdrms., IV2 baths. W-W carpeted LR, fireplace, Att. gar. decorously decorated thruaut. Beautifully landscaped. Walk to paroch- Iol school & church. Unbelievable value $14,950, minimum FHA terms. Sather Rlty. Realtor 30837 Pac Hy S. VE 9-1414 Eves. CH 2-3331 ST. ANNE'S Four bedrooms---1 and bath main floor, 3 bedrooms and plumbing up, plus mothBr.llY-laW apartment In bdSement. $15,S00. Evenings call Mr. Garrison, AT 2.6439. BLAINE REALTY 11V2 Boston AT 3-11 St. Joseph's Beautiful family home on one of Capitol Hill's finest streets, 4V bedrooms, 1V2 baths; also finished third floor. Rocrea- flea room patio, well.eared for yard with privacy $27,500. By owner. EA 2- 3867. ST. JOSEPH'S Excellent qualify homes close to Forest Ridge and Holy Names. Call Mrs. Mur- phy, EA 2-2710 re LA 2-$626. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N E 45th LA 2-5626 i LEGAL NOTICES DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS Attorneys 1429 Washington Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of EMILIA McVEIGH, Deceased. In Probate. No. 178051. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice Is hereby given that Seattle- First National Bank, Executor of the Es- tate of EMILIA McVEIGH, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court Its final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to seflte said Report, distribute the property to the persons hereto entitled and to discharge said Ex- ecutor; and that said Report and peti- tion will bs heard on the 22nd day of July, 1965, at 9:30 a.m., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of sold Court, at which time and place any per- son Interested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Doted this 11th day of June, 1965. Date of first publlcatloo, June 11, 1965. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of sald Court, By: R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS, (By FRED H. DARE], Attorneys for Estate, 1429 Washington Building, Seafflo, Wash. PPlnal 6-25-65 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, Attorney 1008 Olympic NoI'I Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CHRIST THE KING $17,950--O W N E R TRANSFERRED. Im- maculate 2-BR. rambler. Separate din. Ins, fireplace, w/w carpeting, covered patio. 12716 Phlnney Ave. N. EM 2-1923 ST. MATTHEW'S. 3 bt, drooms, family room, 1V= baths, fenced level lot. V= block to church and school. $19,250, EM 2-4479. ST. ALPHONSUS PARISH. 3-bedroom State of Washington for the County of King. In the metier of the Estate of KATHE- RINE M. SLOAN, Deceased. In pro- bate. No. 179263. Notice of hearing Final Report and peltlon for distribution. Notice Is hereby given that William H. Sloan, Administrator of the Estate of Katherine M. Sloan, has filed In the office at the Clerk at said Court his final Re- port and pelflon for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto en- titled and lo discharge said Adminis- trator; and that sold Report and peltlon will be heard on the 3rd day of August, Philosopher Martin Buber 1965, at 9:30 a.m. at the Court Room of brick, tile bath, recreation room, full the Probate Department of said Court, basement. New roof. Completely reno- at which time ,and place any person voted. Close to schools andbus. See at Interested In sold Estate may appear and 7315 17th N.W. Owner, HU 6-$210. file objections thereto and contest the PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING , SERVICE Radiant Heating... Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 41 eth Ave. N,W. SU 3.6850 SUMMER RESORTS PAINT DEALERS TIGH-NA-MARA THUNDERBIRD PAINTS MFG, By Liquid RESORT Coatings, Inc., retail and whoeso e. 23305 Hlway 99, Edmonds, Wash. PR 8. Visit British Columbia Capri coast, 90 0174; 286Sl Pacific Hwy. So., TR' 8. miles north at Victoria. Self contained 4710; 1906 Broadway, Everett, AL 2-0627. cottages located In park-like retreat offers quiet seclusion or variety of ac- PERSONAL tlvltles, Including fishing. Five minutes to Sunday Mcss. For reservations I write Tlgh.No-Mara, R. R. #1, Parks. MONEY RAISING PROJECT ,le, B.C, Canada. ' FOR GUILDS OR OTHER TL PARISH GROUPS , Solo of leadlng line of cosmetics can   ;' " . earn 10% profit. Call Mrs. Brumbough, t EM 4-1492 r "Member St. Edward's Parish" ' : -- E-ED--'D -- PA 3-1172 POSTER HOME UPHOLSTERING FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN PHYSICALLY handicapped upholsterer SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE  will reupholster your furniture reason- MAB.90L able. SU 34YH. Dies at 87 JERUSALEM (NC) -- Dr. Martin Buber, world renowned Jewish philosopher, whose re- ligious thinking and writing served as "bridges" between Christianity Bnd Judaism, died in Jerusalem at the Bge of 87. A native of Vienna, Austria, he studied and taught at German universities for many years and in 1933 was dismissed by the Nazis from hiB post at the University of Frankfurt. In 1938 he went to Palestine where he was professor of social philosophy at Hebrew University in Jerusalem until his retirement in 1951. A prolific writer and lec- turer, he visited the U.S. in 1951 and was awarded the Univer- sal Brotherhood Citation from Union Theological Seminary in New York. Dr. Buber is cred- ited w i t h influencing many Christian theologians, including Dr. Reinhold Niebuhr, wh o once called him the "greatest living Jewish philosopher." Month's Mind Mass For Rep. Ann O'Donnell A month's mind memorial Mass for the late State Repre- sentative Ann T. O'Dormell will be said Monday, June 28, at 12, noon' at our Lady Chapel Df St. James Cathedral by Father John A. Fitterer S J, president of Seattle University. Miss O'Donnell died May 25 after Burgery. Requiem Said For Charities Worker DETROIT (NC) -- Requiem Mass for James F. Fitzgerald, 73, former president of the Na- tional Conference of Catholic Charities, was offered (June 17) in SS. Peter and Paul Church here. Fitzgerald was active in the St. Vincent de Paul Society here for 43 years until his re- tirement in 1962. An attorney, he also was active in the Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Men and other Catholic groups. LEGAL NOTICES CUMMINGS & HARRIS, Attorneys 100S Olymplc Notional Bldg. Seattle 4, Washlngton MA 4-8887 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County of King. In the matter at the Estate of MAE RAWSON FULLER CURRAN, Deceased. In probate. No. 180984. Notice to credit- ors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the some, duly verltled, on said Executrix or her attorney 9t record et the lddess telb Stated, .and"flle the some with the Clerk of said Court, to- lether with proof of such service, within six months after the date af first publica- tion of this notice or the same will bs barred. Date of first publleatlan June 11th, 1965. BARBARA ANNE CURRAN SHORROCK Executrix of said Estate. 1008 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle 4, Washington CUMMINGS & HARRIS By: THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, Attorney for Estate, 1008 Olympic National Bldg, Seattle 4, Washington MA 4-8887 P--Final 6.25-65 0RUMBACH & HENNESSEY, ttorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washlnglon 98104 MAIn 2-5366 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF KING LEE E. MAIN and ALICE M. MAIN, his wife, Plaintiffs, vs. GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY COM- PANY, a corporation, LEONARD D. JOHNSON and LEANS R. JOHNSON, his wile,, the unknown heirs at law of JOHN G. MAIN, deceased, FRAN- CIS MAIN, BILLY MAIN, RALPH WINTER, and also all other persons or porttee unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest to the real estate described In the cam. plaint herein, Defendants. NO. 641915. Summons by publication. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: The unknown heirs of JOHN G. MAIN, deceased, end also all other persons or )artles unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien or Interest to the real estate described In the complaint herein, De- fendants: YOU AND EACH OF YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days offer the date of the first )ubllcatlon of this summons, to-wit, with- In sixty (60) days after the 18th day of June, 1965, and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs and serve a copy of your answer upon the l undersigned attorneys for plaintiffs at their oftlce below stated; ond In case of our failure so to do, Judgment wlii be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint, which has been flied with the Clerk of the eald court. The object of this action Is to quiet tltle In plolntlfts to real estate In King County, Washington, described as fotlowl: That portion of government lot 7, section 26, township 26 north, range 11 east, W.M., in King County, Woebington, described as follows: Beginning on the northerly line of the Great Northern Railway right of way, 453.25 feet easterly from the Intersection of said northerly line with the southeasterly extension af the easterly line of First Street In the Town at Skykomlsh, according to plat recorded m volume 9 of Plats, bago 35, In King County, Washington; thence easterly along sold right of way, 39 feet; theace northerly 50 feet, more or less, to the south bank of Skykomlsh River; thence westerly along sold south bank 39 feet; thence southerly 50 feet, more or less, to point of beginning; SUBJECT to an casement for alley LEGAL NOTICES JOHN F. ROBINSON Attorney 1712 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate at EMMA BELLE KEMPER, Deceased. In Pro- bate. Na. 180924. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is heredy given that the under- signed has bee./ appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of EMMA BELLE KEMPER, Deceased; that oil persons having clatms against sold de-- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sold Executor or his ottarney of record at the address below slated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof ot such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication June 11th, 1965. /s/ LEO N. KEMPER Executor of sold Estate. 4546 Thackeray PI. N.E. Seattle, Wash. JOHN F. ROBINSON Attorney for Estate, 1712 Smith Tower, Seaffle, Wash. P--Final 6-25.65 CORBETT, SIDERlUS & LONERGAN Attorneye 847 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. 98101 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County at King In the Matter of the Estate of LORETTA R. BYRNE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180999. Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed end has quell- tied as Admlnlstratrlx, WWA, of the as. fate at LORETTA R. BYRNE, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required ta serve the some, duly refitted, on eatd Adminlstrotrlx, WWA, or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and f e the same wtth the Clerk of said Court, togelher with proof of such service wlthln six months after the date at first )ubllcollon of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publleatlon June 25, 1965. MARY LOiS BYRNE, Admlnlstratrlx, WWA, of said Estate. c/o 847 Logan Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98101 CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN, Attorneys for Estate, 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. 98101 P--Final 7.9-65 CORBETT, SlDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys 84/ Logan Building Seattle, Wash. 98101 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State af Washington for King County In the Matter at the Estate of EILEEN M. WALTER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175302. Notice of Private Sale of Real Estate. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that RALPH E. WALTER, in his eapaclty as iodmlnlstrofor of the obova estate, will sell at private sale and for cash the fol- Iowln0 described real estate: The west half at Lot 1, Osborne Subdivision, Block 1, according to plat recorded In Volume 19 of Plats, page 62, King County, Washington, EXCEPT the north 101 feet thereof, sublect to right to make necessary slopes for cuts or fills on the west halt of Lot 1, as granted to King County by deed recorded under Auditor's File No. 1955750. to the highest and best bidder. Bids must be submitted in writing and may be left wlth the admlnlslrator at 847 Logan Building, Seattle 1, Washington, Bids will be received until the date of sale. The sale will be mode on or after July 12, 1965: The administrator reserves the right to relect an'/ and all bids. Dote at first publleatlon June 25, 1965.1 RALPH E. WALTER, Administrator, c/o 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Washington 98101 CORBETT, SIDERtUS & LONERGAN, Attorneys tar Estate, 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. 98101 P--Final 7-2-65 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attormlyl 505 Arctic Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of MARY E. DUGGAN, Deceased. In probate. No. 181309. Notice to creditors. NoNce Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executrix of the above entitled estate; that oil persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby qulred to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorneys of record at the, address below stated, and In Memoriam J o the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in thiB aree: The Rev. John Francis Gib- boney, died June 24, 1956. The Rev. Francis A. Moens, died June 29, 1945 Aberdeen MUSA Mike (Mate), 78, 400 West Marion, died June 20. Requiem June 24 St. Mary's Church. Born in Yugo- slavia and was a resident of Aberdeen 54 years. He was a retired bartender. Survivors include the widow, Dobrllo, and a daughter, Mary Muse, both of Aberdeen; a brother, Marl Jan Muse, In Californla; 1we sisters and other rel- atives in Yugoslavia. Burial Fern HIll Cemetery, directed bY Whlteslde Under- taking Company. SALICK, Mlchaol S., 16, died June 16 at an Aberdeen Hospltal. luiom June 13 St. Mary's Church, Born in Aberdeen and had lust completed his lunlor year at Wealherwox H I g h School. Survlvlng are his parents, Mr. and Mrs, John Sallck, brothers, John Jr. and Richard, sisters, Lesll D. and VIcklonn M., all at the family home, and his grandfather, Donald Brown at Aberdeen. Interment Fern Hill Ceme- tery, Aberdeen, directed by Whltesldo Undertaking Co. LEGAL NOTICES , RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney j B 3228 N.E. 123rd I Seattle, Wash. I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County at King. In the matter at the Estate of AMOS THODY, Deceased. In probate. No. 181146. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. tied as Executrix of the estate af Amos Thody, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the some, duly verltled, on said Executrix or her attorney of: record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months otter the date at first publleation of this notice, or the some will be barred. Date of first publleatlon June 11th, 19. JENNIE THODY, Executrix of sold Estate. 3223 N.E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney for Estate, 3223 N.E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. P--Final 6-25-65 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys 1407 Aloska Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of 'Washington for the County at Kin0. In the matter of the Estate of THOMAS JOHN DePUE, Deceased. In probate. No. 180800. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has qua I- fled as Admlnlstrofrlx W.W.A. of the estate of Thomas John DePue, Deceased; that all persons having clolms agalnst sold deceased are hereby required to serve the some duly verlned, on sold Admlnistrotrlx W.W.A. or her attorneys at record et the address below stated, and tile the some wlth the Clerk of sold Court, together wlth proof of such sorvlce wlthln slx months offer the date of first publication of this notice, or the earns will be barred. Date ot first publication June 111, 1965. /s/PAULINE C. DoPUE, Admlnlstratrtx W.W.A. of said Estate 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Wash. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attarneys for Estate, By: ROBERT H. LAMB, 1407 Alaska Bulldlng, Seattle, Wash. P--Flnol 7-2-65 ROBERT I. aDaM Attorney 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N. E. Seattle, Wash. 9810S IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washlngfon for the Count at Klng In the Matter of the Estate of ANNABEL M. LANGAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175887. Notice af Hearing Plnal Re- and Petition for Dlstributlan. Notice Is hereby given that MARK A. KNOWLTON, Executor of the Estate of ANNABEL M. LANGAN, has filed In the office of the Clerk of sold Court his final file the same with the Clerk of said Report and petition for distribution, ask-i Court, together with proof of such serv- Ins the Court to settle said Report, dis-! Ice, within six months after the date of tribute the property ta the persons thereto first publication at this notice or the entitled and to discharge sold Executor;! some will be barred, and that said Report and petition will be' Date of first publication June 18, 1965. heard on the 28th day of July, 1965, at CATHERINE D. BROWN 9:30 A. M., at the Court Ream of the Executrix of sold Estate:Probate Department of sold Court, at 505 Arctic Building which time and place any person inter- KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN esfed n said Estate may appear and Attorneys for Estate file obledlons thereto and contest the By: THOMAS D. KELLEY, same. 505 Arctic Building, Dated this 161h day of June, 1965. Seattle, Washington Date of first publleaflon June 25, 1965. P--Final 7-2.65 WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk at said Court. PHIL MclNTOSH, Attorney By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. Greenwood Professional Bldg. ROBERT I. aDaM, 101 North 85th Attorney for Estate, Sooflle, Wash. 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N. E., IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle, Wash. 98105 : State of Washington for tho County of P--Final 7-9-65 i King. KELLY & O'SULLIVAN i ln the mailer of the Estate of FRED I. Attorneys PUTNAM, Deceased. In probate. No. 505 Aretlc Building 180988. Notice to creditors. Seattle, Wash. Notice Is hereby given that the under- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE signed has been appointed and has quail- State of Washington for the County fled as Executrix of the estate of Fred I. Putnam, Deceased; that oll persons hav- Ing claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the same verified, on said executrix or attorney ot tars. record at the address below stated, and Notice Is hereby given that the under- file the same with the Clerk at said signed has been appointed and has quaff- Court, together wlthproof at such service fled as Admlnlstratrlx with the will an. wlthlr six months after the data of first hexed of the above entitled estate; that publication of this notice, or the same oll persons having claims against sold de- will be barred, ceased are hereby required to serve the Date of first publication June lS, 19&. some, duly varified, on sold Admlnletratrlx FLORENCE PUTNAM, WWA, or her attorneys of record at the Executrix of said Estate address below stated, and file the same 5329 Tollman Ave., with the Clerk of sold Court, together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first publication at this notice or the same will be barred. Date. of first publication June 25, 1965. HELEN WHITNEY, Admlnlstratrlx WWA of said Estate. 505 Ardlc Building, Seattle, Washington THOMAS O. KELLEY of: KELLEY & O'SULLtVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Seoflle, Wash. P--Final 7-9-6 Seaflle, Wash. PHIL MclNTOSH, Attorney for Estate, Greenwood Professional Bldg., 101 North 851h, Seattle, Wash. P--Final 7-2- JOHN P. COGAN, Attomey 710 Fourth & Pike Eldg. Scattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter af the Estate of DAN FRANK ANTONINO, Deceased. In pro- bate. No. 181227. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as Executrix of the estate of Dan Frank Antonlno, Oeceasod; that oll per- sons having claims against said doccased are hereby required to servo the same, duly verified, on sold Executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sald Court, together wlth proof of such servlce within slx months after the date. of tlrst publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication June 11, 1965. ZOE MARIE ANTONINO Exscutrlx of sold Estate. 351 N.E. $gth St., Seattle, Wash. JOHN P. COGAN, Attorney for Estate, Friday, June 25. 1965 THE PROGRESS---9 O my lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Tby blood my aprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper 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 desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen. PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Arlington JORDAN, Mrs. LoFroncis St. (Con. solatlon Martlnez), 65, died June 18. Re- quiem June 23 Immaculate ConcepIlon Church. Born In Cuitzeo, GTO, Mexi- co and lived In this area since 1959. Surviving besides her husband are six sons, Migueh Robert and Gilbert Na. varro and Oscar Jordan, all In South- ern CaIItornia, Spt. Mal. LaFrancis Jordan Jr., Farf Campbell, Kentucky, and Pfc. Arthur Jordan in Germany; eight daughters, Mrs. Rachell Rochael Benavidez, Mrs. Grace Hernondez, Mrs. Louise Gauss, Mrs. Josephine Gonzoles and Mrs. Kathryn White, all in Southern California, Mrs. Betty Hol- land in New York, Mrs. Rose Marie Lincoln, Arlington, and Mrs. Elsie Thompson, Seattle; two sisters, Mary Vargas and Betty Marlinez in Cali- fornia; 49 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren. Burial Arlington Ceme- tery. Bellingham MILLER, Mrs. Ella E., 313 North St., ded June 19. Requiem June 23 Church of the Assumption. She was a lifetime resident of the community. Survivors In- clude four sons, C. Joseph, Lawrence, Raymond, all Belllnqham, John, Lummi Island; four daughters, Mrs. Grace Tuttis, Lumml Island, Mrs. Adolph StrachJla, CIter, Mrs. Jim Tread- way, Everett, and Mrs. Jacob Plum. mer, Belllngham; 29 grandchildren and 8 0real grandchildren; tour brothers, Raymond Nienber, Seattle, WIIbert, Ar- thur and Lea Nlenber, Bellinghom; two sisters, Mrs. Tins Schmidt. Seattle, and Mrs. Grace Molds, Portland. Enumclaw EOGDAN, John, 80, died June 17. Requiem June 21 Sacred Heart Church. Born in Bardejov, which now is in Czechoslovakia but then was in Aus- tria-Hungary. Come to the United States In 1905 and lhls area In 1905. He was in the plumbing buslnoss. Survlvors include sons, John I,, Seat- tle, Joseph G., Eel Alr Md., and four granddaughters, Issaquah SOMSAK, Stove W., 51. Requiem June 24 St. Joseph's Church. Survivors Include his wife, Clea; a daughter, Mrs. Nancy Haas, Renton; sons, Bill and Gwyn Somsok,, both Issoquah; his mother, Mrs. Mary Somsak; his brolh- er, William A. and his sister, Mrs. An. nie Montogue', oil of Issoquah; and two grandchildren. Mountlake Terrace LORANG, Collean S., 17 months, daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lo- rang, 23818 78th W. Moss of the Angels June 22 St. Plus X Church. Other survivors Include sisters, Julia Ann and Lynne Marie; and grondpar. ants, Charles Lorong and Mrs. Mar- gery Schotz. interment Holyrood. Renton RICHTER, Thomas G., 78, 32S Fac- tory $I., dled June 18. Requiem June 20 St. Anthony's Church. Born in Yuga. slavlo and Immigrated to thls country in 1907, comlng ta this area In 1909. He was a retired coal miner and a 50 ear member af SNPJ Yugoslav or- ganlzoflan. Survlvlng are four sons, Wllflam, Robert and Thomas Jr. all of Renfon and George Richter, Grand Coulee, Grant County; and seven grandchildren. Seattle BOESPFLUG, Jerome C., 70, 1221 Minor, died June 18. Requiem June 22 St. James' Cathedral. Native of Ger. many, founder, president and general manager of J. C. Boespflug Construe. tlon Co. Was a past graad knight of the Miles City Council, K of C's. Sur- vivors: son, John S., two grandchildren. Eurlal Holyrood. Boolh-Ashmore BRUNSON, Mrs. Ford H. (TIleressa M.), 76, 7737 Earl Av. NW, died June 19. Requiem June 22 St. Alphonsus Church. Surivors: son, Chief Warrant Ottlcer Dennis F. Brunson, Army, Tur- key; three daughters, Mrs. Clinton Campbell, Shaker Heights, Ohio; Mrs. Miriam McDowell, Beverly Hills, Calif.; and Mrs. Jack Pork, Seattle; o sister, Mrs. O. B. Wells, Los Angeles, 11 grandchildren and three great-grand. children. Burial Holyrood. CAHILL, James, 62, died June 13. Requiem June 19 St. James Cathedral. Survivor: slster, Mrs. A. M. Farrell, Hyaftsvllle, Md. Burlal Holyrood. Bon. ney-Wofson. COMPIN, Arthur J., 70, 4153 44th Av. SW, died June 16. Requiem June 10 Holy Rosary Church. Survlvors: sons, Clarence E., Mountlake Terrace; and Arthur J. Compln, Jr., Redwood City, Callt.; daughter, Mrs. Kenneth E ken, Onalasko, Law s County; brother, Fred Compln, Yaklma; flvo sisters, Mrs. Clarence Peck, Seattle; Mrs. Clam Eel- air, Yoklmo; Mrs. Emma Martin, Long. view; Mrs. Vernon Olson, SPOkane, and Mrs. John Venable, Pendletan, Ore.; 11 grandchildren and seven great-grand- children. Burial Holyrood. D'AIGLE, Mrs. Louis C. (Elmlna), 116, 907 Pine St., died June 18. Requiem June 21, St. BenedlO's Church. Native St. Louis, N. Brunswick. Survlvors: daughter, Mrs. Philip Brasslne, Seattle. Home Undertaking Co. ot King In the Mailer of the Estate o LOUISE FURLAN, VIrllla Augusta, 59, 6009 ELLEN ELLIS TAYLOR, Deceased. In 191h Av. W., died June 14. Requiem Probate. No. 181100. Notice To Credl- June 19 St. George's Church. Native Italy, arrived In Seattle 1920. Survivors: son, Jack T. Furlan, Buckley, Pierce County; mother, Mrs. Maria Furlon, and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Grenafo, bath of Seattle; and two brothers, Carlo, Seattle; end James E. Furlon, Houston, Tex. Burial Holyrood. Georgetown Fu- neral Home. HARDIMAN, Mrs. Stephml (Martha), 6, 4405 SW Alaska St., died June 18. Requiem June 22 Holy Rosary Church. Born Ireland, arrived Seattle one year ago from New Jersey. Survivors: hus- band, Stephen Hardlmon, brother, Capt. William Troughten, both of Seattle. Burial Holyrood. Howden Kennedy Fu- neral Home HERBERT, Jastph V., 67, 1109 NW 871h St., died June 16. Requlem Juno 26 St. John's'Church. Survlvors: wlfo, Margaret, slsters, Mrs. Ed Smith and Mrs. Margaret Nlelsen; brothers, J.J., C. J. and A. J. Herbert, oil of Minne. opolls B u r I a I Holyrood. Hoffnec's Fisher-Kolfus. i i FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Call: JERRY HENTSCHELL Member S+. Mark's Parish EM. 3-6110 RES. EM S-9006 CHEVROLET, INC. 117th & BDthell Wt Seattle CASSlDY Funerol Home Robert Cassidy, Pre. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 10 feet In wldth along southerly line at said tract; agalnst the clalm of the detendants and 710 Fourth & Plke Bldg., any one at them of and to any right, Seattle, Wash. PFlnol 5-25-6S same. title, estate, lien or Interest to the real  ................. Doted this 18th day of June, 1965. estate described above. I .. . i ,,:, II ................. Date of first publlcotlon June 18, 1965. 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Nel- son, two brothers, Paul Randall and John Charles Nelson, and o slsler, Cheryl Marie Nelson, all at home, and hs grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Nelson, Seattle, and Mrs. Laura Jutita, , Cumberland, Wts. Burial Holyrood. Ado,ns Forkner Funeral Home. PATEN, Mrs. Susanna Gift, 70, 9302 Waters Av. S., died June 20. Requiem June 22 St. Edward's Church. Surviv- ors: five daughters, Mrs. Tony E. And- ler, Mrs. William A. Bachmayer, Mrs. Sidney Raffle and Mrs. Joe Guariz, all of Seattle; end Mrs. Edmund Gtacotlno, Edmonds; sister, Mrs. George Rosela, Seattle; six grandchildren, one great. grandchild. Columbia Funeral Home. SCAVOTTO, Leo, 76, 1,504 32nd Av S., died June 17. Requiem June 21 St. Mary's Church. Survlvors: wife, Mary, Seatlle; three sisters, Mrs. Brtce Tovice and Mrs. Joseph Tovlce, both of Trini- dad, and Mrs. Angelo aria, Alhambra, Calif. Burial Calvary. Manning and Sons. SHIPREK, Stanley, 67, 27S6 47th SW, died June 18. Requiem June 21 Holy Rosary Church. Survivors: wife, Martha, son, Robert, Seattle; brothers, Anthony and Albert, Cicero, III.; Walter, Calumet City, Ill.; sister, Mrs. Mary Dunning, Hot Springs, Ark.; and one grandchild. Eurlel Holyroad. West Home Chapel. 'YI, IMUL, Joseph Me., Sr., 65, 29S3 S. Dakota St., died June 16. Requiem Jne 19 St. James Cathedral. Born Tar- lnc, PA., lived In Seattle 43 years. Graduate of U. of PhHIpplne end at the U. of Washington, where he t'e-- calved a master's degree in fine arts and sculpturing. Survivors: wife, Mary M.; daughters, Mrs. Dolores R Filarca, Mrs. Blblana Jennlngs, Mrs. Gtorla Nelson and Mrs. Phyllls Van Hotlebeke, all of Seattle; sons, Joseph B. Yumui Jr., Seattle; Vincent V. Yumul, Alder- wood Manor; and Romero F., Lynn- wood; tw b sisters, and one brother In the Philippines end 12 grandchildren. Burial Holyrood. Bonney-Walson. ZOROTOVlCH, Mrs. Anton (Mary G.), 71, 4332 Francis Ave. N., died June 16. Requiem June 19 St. Benedict's Church. Survivors: son, Louis, Seattle; dauh. ters, Mrs. Steve Carbons, Tacoma and Mrs. Mitchell Urslch, Son Fronclscd; seven grandchildren. Burial Holyrood. Manning and Sons. Tacoma PARKHURST, Mrs. Edward (Patrl. la D.), 45, 3710 S. Sheridan, died June 14. Requiem June 18 St, Leo's Church. Born in St. Louis, Me., and hod llved in Tacoma since 1940. She was a mem- ber of her porlsh Mothers' Club, Ee- sides her husband, survlvlng is a son, Terrance, of the home. Interment Cal- vary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed by Goffney's. Walnut Creek, Calif. DELANCEY, Mrs. Aldon (Mary Jane1, died June 15. Requiem June 19 St. Mary's Church. Born In Seattle and offended Holy Names Academy; She moved to Calltornlo In 1948, Surviv- ing besides her husband are two daughters, Mrs. Herman Jonas Jr. and Mrs. Richard Eslinger, and a son, Mark, all of Walnut Creek; and her mother, Mrs. Albert E. Prlckeft, Seaflle. 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