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'L 'i CLASSIFIED RATE: 30o PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday. 4:30 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2.8880 Extension 21 i i, i ii AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME. 2-4335. RE. SU. 4-1916 BRICKLAYING IRISH STONE MASON BRICK AND STONE WORK FIREPLACE SPECIALIST CALL EM 3-2523 i ,i i ii BUILDING CONTRACTORS REMODELING  BasementRec- reation rooms, etc. Concrete work. L. R. O'Connor. Evenings only. SU 3-1365 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLST.It]f CLEANING in your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 i i i ii CHILD CARE YOU SItOP, VISIT OR ATTEND TIiE FAIR, we offer your child pro-school and kin- dergarten activities under nurs- ery school teachers. Ages 2 to 8. Hourly enrollment. Eve care by appointment. KENNEDY'S CHILD CARE 102 W. Roy AT 3-1770--EM 4-0190 i, CONTRACTING FOR R OO F RKPAiIN@, aevl roofs, gutters and downspouts Asbutos and composition sid ins. Free estimates. Guaranteec work. Call C. R. MAROY BB EA. 4-8401 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTI{UC'.rlON CO. Complete remodeling servlce, room addltivns, repairs, inter- 1or, exterior, Insured. References. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4465 CABINETS, Plumbing, W t r i n g. Additions, R o o f in g. Gutters. Mornings. T. J. Fitzgerald, WALKS. D ' Y , " pairs. EA 5-9064. Patios, S i d e w a 1 k s, Driveways, Lawns. PA. 3-9492 or PA. 5-9126, = " DRAYING MICK McHUGH'S HAUL-ALL SERVICE HOMES FOR SALE VACANT ST. LUKE'S-RICHLAND HIGHLANDS AREA 4 Bedrm. BEAUTY FULL BSMT. ONLY $19,500 A Beautiful FAMILY HOME in a wonderful area. 2 Baths Finished Recreation Room--2 Fireplaces. Everything you have been looking Ior PLUS. The home is Now VACANT --So Quick Possession is available. But hurry on this one. The 1st to see It will Buy it. Phone PR 8-1186 Now to see 303. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS PR 8-1186 $200Down FULL BASEMENT inside cify limits 3 BEDROOMS SPOTLESS Just listed and this home is abso- lutely immaculate. It cannot be duplicated many more $$$ than the asking price. Situated on the ever desirable large city lot. It is a cinch to be sold immedi- ately, Completely fenced, aod landscaped. It is a picture book home. 3 large bedrooms, one with built-in wardrobe. Large living room. Bright and cheery kitchen with ample eating area. Full basement with exit lead- ing to a perfectly landscaped rear yard. Private patio. Sewers are In and paid for. Hurry on l this, ad No. 2875, PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. "lake city office" EM 4-I180 MONTLAKE Walk fo "0" i HOMES FOR SALE HUGE S00 SO. FT. 3 BR. RAMBLER 23 FT. LIVING ROOM FORMAL DINING ROOM FAMILY ROOM-- LANAI & PATIO OUR LADY OF LOURDES $550 DOWN 16,950 sprawling ranch style rambler featuring: central entry that means convenience plus, grand piano sized living room with circulator fireplace. Charming formality of a separate dining room. Modern "U" shaped kitchen makes meal prepara- tion a breeze. Spacious com- bination family room and break- fast room. Sparkling ceramic tile bath. 3 luxurious sized bed- rooms. Convenient  bath off garage. Beautifully finished oak floor give this home a "LIKE NEW" feeling. An enticing patio with plastic root and en- closed on 3 sides where you'll enjoy everything from family breakfast to family party din: hers. Situated on large leve grounds In an area that radi- ates the friendliest of happy families. Our Exclusive. CH 3- 1550. SOUTH END BROKERS INC. 11036 1st Ave South Sf. Margaref's TOTAL DN. $4OO Only 1 block to school. 4 bed- rooms. Total price only $12,500, AVERBECK REALTY AT 4-5500 3 BEDROOMS WOODLAND PARK Be first to see this fine family home with 26 ft. living room. Formal dining room and full basement. Close to all conven- Iences and St. Benedict's. Quick ossession on contract terms. ere down. No closing costs. $115 month. LA 5-6116 BEST'S INC. FOR LEASE OVER $200 FOR SALE $36,950 Dutch Colonial. 5 bedrooms and den, 4 sets plumbing. New kitchen with family room, CHARLES & SYBIL CONLEY 5511 East 65th LA 5-92B0 ST. ANNE'S 4 bedrooms, den, 2 baths, fire- place. Full basement. Play Reasonable rates A most attractive 8 bedroom room. Garage. $14,000. Call Mr. EA 4-8754 home in thls central area. Garrison, AT 2-6439. Pleasant li#ing and dining BLAINE REALTY rooms. Charming den. reak, 11, Boston AT 3-5511 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS fast room. Lavatory and con-I - venient laundry faciptles onl CITY ELECTRIC main floor, liardwood floors QUEEN throughout.' Garage in good , i WIRING basement. THIS IS A FIND. RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL FHA appra,sed. Call Mrs lur- LEGAL NOTICES AT. 4-0545 phy, EA 2271o VINCENT D. MILLER 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 "mem. St. Thomas Pariah" , ,., i i FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS MEXICANA Mexl - Catessen 16th Ave. 8.W. WE. 5-1480: i n I - FURNITURE t.ARGET FURNITURE S'IYJRE on the Eastslde. Open Friday even- ms. "Free delivery" Credit. , AABS iiEDMOND FURNITURE rtJ 5-1878 Redmond HELP WANTED DISTRIBUTORSHIP FRANCHISES Now available for the "COM- PLETE CATHOLIC :HOME LIBR- ARY." This is a publishing Masterpiece every Catholic Home can be proud to own. For further information: call Mr. Schuster, ME 3-2007 or ME 2- 8848. HOUSEKEEPER. Southwest Wash- ington: On main highway. One hour from Portland. One priest. Comfortable quarters, Wonder- ful opportunity for right per- son. Non-smoker. Reply to Prog- ress Box "H". ],XTENSION magazine, offlcta organ of the home missions. Commission. Full time 0nly. All fringe benefits. P,O. Box 80, University statfon. Seattle 5. i i ii IMPORTS WILD BILL'S WORLD OF 1MPORTS Unique gifts for men and women. Lower Pike Place Market $4OO DOWN BRYANT-ASSU M PTION 5 BEDROOMS MINIMUM DOWN $13,750 Corner lot. Call Mary Bracelin EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700 ST. MARK'S 6 BEDROOM FULL DAYLITE BASEMENT $24,950 -- TERMS SEE THIS quality built new home. 3 bedrooms finished and three studded in full dayllte basement with large rec. room, fireplace and laundry room. Large living room with cascade brick fire- place. Roomy kltchen with eat- ing space. This delightful main floor fully carpeted with wall to wall quality carpets. Double carport with parking for extra cars. Large sundeck. Large lot with territorial view. Be quick .or be sorry, this will not last. Call now ad No. 250. NORTH EAST REALTY EM 2-3070 15500 Bothell Way $250 DN. 4 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS $/5,soo A shake roof ramb i ........... . , e" 12 ...... *'" "" T'mnIATIC STOK- " o ,,,, ,,,sine e,LY ,0caL,nn ...... ole'["r"ulnace corn with 4 FULL SIE BED- '', ...... SkyliL--5-'--"" ----- The only Its'tins l ke it Don't "-TPEWItI'rEItS FOR SCIlOOL delay all "EM 3-32u2 = ..... Portables and Standaxda. Rent or Ad Xo 415 ............ NOTICE OF St-IE OF REAL ESTATE STATE OF WASHINGTON COUN- ty of King. Sheriff's Office. ' By virtue of an order of sale issued out of the tIonorable Supe- "lot Court of the State of Wash- lngton for King County, on the 4th day of June, 1962, by the clerk thereof in the case of Federal National Mortgage As- sociation, a corporation, Plaintiff, versus Dnnald A. Chelberg and Lincoln First Federal Savings and Loan Association, Defendants, No. 579136, and to me, as Sheriff, di- rected and delivered: Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell at public auc- tion to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at ten o'clock a.m. on the 27th day of July, 1962, before the Court House door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance, at Se- attle, in the State of Washington, the following described property, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Lot :10. block 7, Skyway Park Addition, according to p'lat re- corded in volume 40 of .plats, page 6, in King County, Washing- ton; levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein, to satisfy a Judgment of a fore, closure of a mortgage amounting to seven thousand eight hundred seventy-five and 71/100 (87,875.71) dollars, the cost of suit and inter- est in favor of plaintiff. Dated this 12th day of 5une 1962. First publication 6-22-62. TIM McCULLOUGH Sheriff CLAIBOURI By CORAL Deputy Final publication 7-20-62. HOMES FOR SALE Pray for them... $u000 0 Dn.i F PRICE--$14,000 FULL BASEMENT In Inside Cify Limifs 3 BEDROOMS spotless FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Just listed and this home Is absolutely Immaculate. It cannot be duplicated for many more dollars than the asking price. Situated on the ever desirable large city lot It is a cinch to be sold Im- mediately. Completely fenced and landscaped it Is a picture book home, 3 large bcdroms, one wDh a built-in wardrobe. Large living room bright and cheery k tchen with ample eating arcs. Full basement with an exit leading Io a per- fectly landscaped rear yard and private patio. Sewers are in and paid for. lturry, hurry on Ad No. 2875. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. 18332 AURORA AVE. N. LI 2-3184 or MU 2-6860 i i i LEGAL NOTICES JOHN A. MOWERY Attorney for Estate 604 I'aulsen Bldg., Spokane, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington in and for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ROMALD J. SVORINICI.L De- ceased. In probate No. 167723. Notice to creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed Executrix of the above estate in this Court and has qualified ac- cordingly, and that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are required to serve claims, duly verified, with neces- sary vouchers, upon the under- sig/ed at 2912 N.W. Esplanade Dr., Seattle, Washington. or upon John A. Mowery, the attorney of record, at his office at 604 Paul- sen Building, Spokane, Washing- ton, and file such claim with proof of such service in the office of the Clerk of the above Court at the City of Seattle, Washing- ton, within six mohths after the first publlcatioh of this notice, or they will be forever barred. Date of the first publication of this notice is 29th day of June, 1962. JESSIE M. SVORINICH, Executrix of the above estate. JOHN A, MOWERY, Attorney for Estate 604 Pad sen Building, Spokane, Washington. Final publication July 13, 1962. i i i i i i ,i ,,i ,i i i i Memoriam TM the charity of your asses and prayers are com- mended the souls of the fol- lowing departed priests who served the Church and souls in this area; The Rev. Paul Dethoor, S.J., died July 13, 1916. The Rev. John R, 0'Brien, died July 14, 1954. Balnbrldge Island CORP, Frank, 80, died July 8. Requiem July 12 St. Cecilia Church, Borr' in Basset Rock County, Nob., lived in this area since 1890. Pioneer logger. Re- tired in 1955 to take up quilt- making. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. ].ucllle Conrad, Bainbrldge, and Mrs. Regina Rassmussen, Bay St. Louis, Miss.; sons, Aron, Olyhpla; Hugh, Tacoma, and Joshua, Sallnas, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Pat Pearson and Mrs. Wlnnle Beull, both of Seat- tle; Mrs, Celesta Pearson, Brit- ish Columbia, and Mrs. Buddie Sweet, Centralia; nlne grand- children and three great-grand- children. Belllngham STEENMEYER, Mary Ann, 8 1712 E. Illinois St., died July o'. Requiem July 5 Assumption Church. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Steenmeyer; five brothers, John, Joseph, Thomas, Plul and Richard; three sisters, Susan, Loretta and Theresa, all at home; grand- mother, Mrs. Aletta Warmik, Lynden. McMAIION. ,h's. David E. (Eva), 67, died July 5. Requiem July 9 Church of the Asshmp- tion. Resident of Belllngham 50 years. Member of the altar so- ciety and the uatholic Daugn- ters of America. Graduated In I915 of St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing. Member of the Washington State Nursing Association. Survivors: hus- band; son, David, Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Kathryn L. Sexton, Bellingham and Mrs. Mary Patrlcia Berschneider, Coronado, Calif.; five grandchil- dren. Edmonds LACOSS, Ilugh J. 74, 23315 97th Ave. W., died July 10, Requiem July 12 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood Born in Lawrence, Kan.' Came to Seattle in 1943 and moved to Edmonds three years agO. Mere- bet of Holy Name Soemty and the Catholic Order of Foresters. Survivors: wife, Margaret; son, Robert J., Porttaml, Ore.; three daughters, Mrs* Mary Roddick, Seattle; Rite, Oakland, Calif.; and Mrs. Marguerite Washke, Edmonds: three sisters Mrs* Alice Godfrey, Htbbings, Minn.; Mrs. Mary Gehlen and Mrs. Laura Reff, San Jose, Calif.; a brother, Charles, San Jose, Calif.; e I g h t grandchildren. Beck's Funeral Home. Vancouver VEIGAND, Mrs. Victor C. (Amelia), 41, 12002 N.E. 18th St., died June 28 in Portland. Requiem July 2 St. Joseph Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born in Great Falls, Mont. Lived In Vancouver since 1943. Survivors: husband; f a t h e r, Philip Krelger, Billings, Mont.; daughters, Mrs. Clifton (Nancy) Marble, Seattle; Theresa Wei- sand, Vancouver; one grandson; o r o t h e r, Lawrence Kreiger, Lodge Grass, Mont.; slsters, Mrs. Raymond Vogel, Kremlin, Mont., and Mrs. 2-Ielen Paul Billings. H a m 11 t o n Funeral Home. 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 worde be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and n W 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. I Kent LANE, Joseph, 76, died July 5. Requiem July 9 St, AnthonY, Church. Born In Bermuda. Came to Kent in 1941. Superin- tendent of the Ames Shipbuild- ing Co. during First and Second World Wars. District Manager of the American Smelting & Refining Co. Before his retire- ment In 1959, he was district representative for Morris P. Kirk Co. Member of Propeller Club and the Puget Sound Mari- time Historical Society. Sur- vivors: wife, Elizabeth: a son, Joseph C. Lane, Jr., Mercer Is- ]and;a daughter, Mrs. J. David Lambke, Detroit; a sister, Mrs. Philip Smith, Bermuda and five grandchildren. Olympia STORY, Vincent, 85, 422 8th Ave. E., died July 3. Requiem July 6 St. Michael Church. Burial Calvary. Native of Yu- goslavia. Lived In the Olympia area 40 years, Employed by the Bordeaux Logging Com- pany before his retirement. Surviving relatives are two nieces in Yugosmvla. Puyallup BRADFIELD, Mrs. George N. (Elizabeth). 93, 38229 46th St. S,, died July 2. Requiem July 5 St. Martin of Tours Chul:ch, Ftfe. Born in Clinton, Iowa. Lived in Puyallup 46 years prior to which she had liv'ed in Spokane since 1898. Member of parish altar society. Survivors: three daughters, Mrs. Juanita Swansby, Mrs. Inez Larsen, Ta- coma and Mrs. Helen Mullen. Coulee Dam, WaSh.; eight grandchildren; four great-grand, children, Renton LAMSEK, John, Sr., 83, 320 Morris St. Requiem July 11 St. Anthony C h u r c h. Survivors: wife, Rosa; sons, John and StanleY L daughters, Mrs. Rose- mary Matson, Mrs. Anne Win- chester, Miss Mary and Allce Lamsek; three grandchildren. CHU, Pedro Chua, 33, 4011 /52nd S. E. Bellevue, died July 7. Requiem St Louise. Surviv- ors: wife, Winnle; daughter, Sallna, and son, Lawrence Chu; brother, Pabllto Chu, of Brook- lyn, N,Y. Bonney-Watson Fu- neral Home. FOX, Mary M., 89, 4881 35th Ave. S. W., died July 7. Requiem July 10, St. Edward Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Ottawa, Ont., Canada. Came here 71 years ago. Member of the Altar Society of St. Benedict Church. Survivors: son, Owen John; sister, Mrs. George MeFarlane; both of Seattle; six grandchil- dren, 22 great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandchild. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. FRA,N'ZE, Frank, 78, 2707 30th Ave. S., died July 9. Requiem July 12 Mount, Virgin Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Italy. Came here 40 years ago. Re- tired machinist. Survivors: wife, Aulalla; son, Carmine Franze, Seattlel daughters, Miss Anna Franze, Seattle, and Mrs. Frank Sacco, East Boston, Mass.; sister, Mrs. Rests De- Marco, New Castle, Pa.; one granddaughter. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. LEGAL NOTICES LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys for Estate 1114 Norton Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King In the matter of the Estate of CHARLES N. SMITH, Deceased. l In Probate No. 167381. Notice to NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE -OF REAL ESTATE SHERIFF'S OFFICE r STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King, ss. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECUTION issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of the State of Washington for King County. on the 21st day of June, 1962, by the Clerk thereof in the case of Dennis Frank and Charle Cramer, Plaintiffs, versus Charles A. Wyckoff and Jane Doe Wvc- kerr, his wife, d/b/a Wyckbff Enterprises, Defendants. No. 584602, and to me, as Sher- iff, directed and delivered: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That I will proceed to sell at pub- lic auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours pre- scribed by law for Sheriff's sales to-wit, ten o clock a.m., on the 10th day of August, 1962, before the Court House door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance at Seattle, in the State of Wash- ington, all of the right, title and interest of said defendants and each of them and their com- munity and the business of Wyc- koff Enterprises, in and to the following described property, situ- ated In King County, State of Washington, to-wit: Lot 6, Block 3, Stan-Lee Addl- tion according tO plat recorded in volume 50 ot plats, page 41, King County, Washington, com- monl known as 19238 2nd Ave- hue 0., and North 150 feet of the west half of tract 15, and the east 99 feet of the north 150 feet of tract 17; all in Des Moines Two Acre Tracts according to plat recorded in volume 10 of plats, page 67, records of King County, Washington, commonly known as 1223 and 1227 So. 230th, Des Moines, Washington; FURRY, Mrs. Vernon R. (Vio- let Eleanor), 53, 3037 N. W. Market St., died July 2. Requ- iem July 6 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Hoiyrood. Born in Lima, Ohio. Came here 15 ears ago. Survivors: husband, ernon R. Furry; a daughter, Mrs. Marion F. Brown, Seattle, and two grandchildren. Seattle GALLAGHER, Philip, 70, 4O9 Eastlake Ave., died June 26. Requiem July 9 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral Burial Holyrood. Member of Carpenters Local No. 131. MacDONALD. :Iaurice C., 54,. 1305 Queen Anne Ave. N., died July 4. Requiem July 7 St. Anne Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Napavine, "Lewis County. Was County Clerk from 1934 to 1942, when he came here. Wrote several Hollywood film scripts. Wrote public service programs for Radio KIRO during the Second World War and several articles for Seattle Times Sunday pub- lications. Survivors: mother, Mrs. M. B. MacDonald, Seat- tle; two slsters, Mrs. Merlin Blals, Portland, Ore., and Sister Mary Evangelistap Order of Preachers, Seattle, and three brothers, Stuart E. MacDonald, Portland, Ore., and JOhn M. and Bernard L. IvIacDonald, both of Seattle. Manning and Sons Fu- neral Home. PERA-DOTTO, John L,, 73, 705/ Pike St., died July 4. Requiem July 7 uur Lady of ,ouraes Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born In Spring Valley, Ill. Came here 30 years ago. Sur- vivors: sisters, Mrs. Margaret Peradotto, Seattle; Miss Emma Peradotto, San Francisco, and Sister Pie Craclflss and Mrs, Maria Galletto and Mrs. Cathe- rine Clbralo, all ot Turln, Italy. SCHWARZ, Frank G., 81.8304 48th Ave. S.. died July 6, Requ- iem July 9 St. Edward Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Hun.- gary. Came here in 1902. Had been maitre de'h0tel at the old Butler Hotel and later associ- ated with Malson Blanc Restau- rant and Seattle Public Schools before retlring In 1944. Surviv- ors: wife, Ella G.; daughters, Mrs. John L. O'Brien (wife ot the Speaker of the State House), Mrs. Perry B. Koch and Mrs, Philippe T. Hosterman, all of Seattle: son, George R. Schwarz, Renton; 14 grandchil- dren and one great-grandson. Columbia Funeral Home. SULLIVAN, .Rose .1I., ,64, Palm Springs, Calif., died July 7. Requiem July 11 St. Augus- tlne Church, Spokane. Burlal Spokane, Born In Oregon. Lived in Seattle for 20 years. Moved to Palm Springs three years ago. Survivors: sister, Miss Katlleen Sulllvan, Palm Springs; brothers, James F. of Spokane; two nieces, Mrs. Walt- er Devlin and Mrs. George Hughbanks, both of Spokane. THOMPSON, Walter, 80, and Mayme, 70, both died July 10. Requiem July 13 Holy Family Church. Burial Holyrood. They had worked at a laundry.sid by side for over 50 years in Grand Forks, N. D. They re- tired five years ago and came here. Their son, Frank, Seattle, survlves. Tacoma PASQUINI. John P., 69. 3579 S. Tacoma Ave., died July 2. Requiem July 5 St. Rite Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Italy. Lived in Tacoma 53 years. Re- tired bookkeeper, M'ember of the Eagles and American Le- gion. Survivors: wife, Frances; two sone, Danny P. and Joe F,, both Tacoma; daughter, Mrs. Frank Bishop, Tacoma; sister, Mrs..Sllvio N..annin.i of Chicago; an 9 two orotners in Italy. Cas- seuy and Allen Mortuary. LEGAL NOTICES McMAHON, WEBSTER & BROW Attorneys 500 John Street Seattle, Waah. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate JOHN A. MARIN, Deceased. Probate. No. 165418. NOTI ............ TO CREDITORS. LAL NII; N.otice. is.hereby .given that the underslgned has oeen app(olnted and has qualified as administra- .. .... . ....,,. tor of the estate of John A Matin uur** . )x Deceas d h " "" '- " ' a, ...... e ; t at. all persons having -^.._..,. ,.:'.,_. c aims against said deceased are oa,, ,-[,,, ',,,,-,,,a hereb- re-uirJ " "" Seattle Wash  y q eu o serve me same ' " I duty verified, on said Walter E. INTH E SUP_E.RIOR COURT O.FWebster, Jr. or his attorneys of me Sae o washington Ior ne]record at the address below _ County of.King, ...... I stated, and file the same with the tn ne Matter o tne 2ta.te vo/Clerk of said Court, together with - ._ .." .......... /P f Of such service within six roat., r. zuurt;/months after the date ot first .M, ?rr.-uu. o. . ..... I publieation of this notice, or the ouce ]s nereny given nat tne same will he aarrad. undersigned .h..a.s,been_appolnted Date of first publication "/el& ana nas quadnea as xecutnces 1962 of the estate of Julia A; Walsh WALTER E WEBSTE= _r Deceased; that all persons having i Administrator of said E-ta*.o claims against sald deceased are 500 John Street hereby required to serve the same Seattle, Wash " duly vertfied On said Executrices MclV[AION WEB/i''= L r,,,v,, or their attorne of record at th Attorneys or Eat_ate, address below stated, and file the ,500 John Street -" same )pith the Clerk of. sat.d Seattle, Wash ' uourt, togcmer w)th proof o sucn Final 7/37/82 service wlthin s:x months after the date of first,publication of thls notice, or the same will be i i i ii iii THE PROGRESS'9 Friday, July 13, 1962 , Requiem Said For Claude H. Floyd A requiem Mass was said July 10 at 9:3{} a.m. in St. Teresa Church for Claude H. Floyd, 64, president of St. Vincent de Paul Society in Seattle. Mr. Floyd, who resided at 2427 42nd Ave, E., died July 7. He was born in Victoria, B,C.; was a Canadian army veteran I of World War I and had lived in Seattle 45 years. He had been a member of St. Vincent de Paul Society for 25 years and had been presi. dent of its Particular Council :'i of Seattle since 1959. He was : also a past president of the Serra Club and :a member of Port Engineet Society. Surviving are his wife, Ada; 'son, John, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Patrick Hurson, West Co. vine, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Jack Elliott, Issaquah, and Mrs. Walter Weatherston, Seattle; brother, Thomas, Victoria; and i0 grandchildren. :: Burial was at Holyrood. Ar- rangements were handled by Bonney-Watson. Washougal SANDERS, Mrs. Mary A., 81, dled July 4 in Portland. Requ- iem July 9 St. Thomas Church, Caress. Native of Austria. Lived in Washougal 54 year. Survivors: sons, Robert arid Ar- thur Rengo, both of Portland; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Yacolt SUD., M-ra. LeOnard (AJtna). 77, P.O, Box II, Yacolt, died July 8. Requlem July 11 Sacred Heart Church, Battle[ground. Na- tive ot Switzerland. Lived in Clark County since 1918. Sur- vivors: husband; sons, Mareelo Alfred and Joseph, Yacolt, and Louis of Portland; daughters, Mrs. William Suckow, Portland, Mrs. Albert Bongo, Yacolt, Mrs. Paul Kanooth, Ridgefleld and Mrs. Eni0 Fills, Lit 'Center; 31 grandchildren and one great- randchild, Hamilton Funeral l-lome. buy on Iuw terms. WASHINOTON TYPISW/tlTKB CO, 1014 2nd Ave. MA, 3-6928 BIKES. Rent Exchange and repair. Tandems 25c per seat per hour. New and used. Parts. Mic- hael Elverston--PA 5-1523. i ii i i ,i iii i NURSING HOME 8TUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Cathonc operated" Private eases unly. State Lic. No. 69 J.732 16th Ave, EA. 8-6061 GREENWOOD CONVALESCENT L. P. MARTIN, INC. FOR LEASE OR SALE Dutch Colonial close (10th E. & E, Highland Drive) 5 bedrooms, 4 sets pink plumbing. Beautiful birch kitchen adjomlng with Bar-B-Q. Fireplace also man's den. Built In appls. Family room. 35 ft. living room with marble fireplace. New furnace. 3 garages. Possession now. Lease over $200 "or" for sale levied on as property of said de- ............... l fendants to satmfy a Judgment ,EXNnr, . a l amounting to One thousand four Attorney ] hundred fourteen and no/100 918 Joseph Vance Bhlg. ] (1 414 00) Dollars, attorney's fees Seattle, SVashlngton of' $2.00, the cost of s[lit and IN Tile .SUPERIOR COURT OF interest in favor of plaintiffs, The State of Washington for thet Charles'Cromer and Dennis Frank. County of King. I Dated this 27th day of June, In the "Matter of the Estate 0f1962. GLENN NEWTON, also known[ First publh, ation July 6, 1962, as GLENN GEORGE NEWTON [ TIM McCULLOUGH, Deceased. In Probate. No. 167-' Sheriff. 700 Notice To Creditors I By CORAL CLAIBOURN, ' [ Deputy Notice is hereby given that the undersigned h,n hoon annointd t Final publication AugUst 3, 1962. and has qualified as E. eeu or ofj LENIHAN " IVERS lhe estate of Glenn Newton also --.. known as Glenn George Nwton, i 1114 2,'tt.rn; ....... Deceased; that all persons havingi S;_.,,''{,,L't'.""".  . claims against said deceased are 'IN TIE'*SPII6R-''IT OF hereby required to serve the ,*,^ S.. . xr-.,..*,.. r, same duly verified on said exec- ::: 2ou.- .......... s ....... ' ' " llng k; nty utor or his attorney of record at ,. . ...';." _. .^ .. .. the address belo stated, and file /rAmT:ITTT rt(:rM ..4 V Court together with proof of such RII.T_ BOSSONbuDece%Se%T In service within six months after '"k, 2,,A"';'.x^:r'-'a/,_ " the date of fn'st pubilcatlon of .,., ..,., n,,vv,,, ,.rr thls notice, or the same will be IrI'BUT'IN. " ............ NURSING HOME 'Private and semi-Private" State Lic. No. 297 EM. 2-7575 $4,500 down "or" cash offer $36,950. CHARLES & SYBIL CONLEY 5511 N,E. 65th LA 5-9250 PLASTERERS l FAMILY HOME PLASTER and S TUCCOatching I LAKE VIEW oUr specialty, leasonao e,^.,_. , .... . ............ ,.~ LA 4-5560 LA 4-59R6 ,cg, t,, a nap  u,,g - family. 1 BLOCK O SACRED [ IIEAlT CHURCH & SC]-tOOL. r.vmun. [ All on one. 5 bedrooms 3 baths ] separate recreation room. Eas" r,,,,*,.,,r,,,,., I ily maintained yard. Affording rv,r I Snectacular LAKE CITY Radlant Heating . . . Retail Store! MUNTAI " v"'x VrT r,^,; L. G. MASSART & SONS go wrong n'th'(s'on-- S"all }4 ic aM r r licGL. a1-779 Rta  POSITION WANTED $4o,o0o. FARM HELP - Anyone able to aid in gainfully employibg re fugee families skilled In farming should get In touch with The Catholic Re- settlement Office, Rev. Stephen J. Szeman, 907 Terry, Seattle 4, Washington. HANDYMAN -- Odd lobs wanted by seamen who are walttng for shtps. Experteneed p a i n t r a, guOd at carpentry, wlli do e b o r e a. Ph. Catholio Seamen's Club. MU 3.47"L, ELEMENTARY TEACHER PAROCHIAL or private school, Ref. & recommendations furn- ished. Write Box "K" .,Progress, l,nl iiii i|i ,i I TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICIi RADB9 & PV "'Member St Edward' Parlsh" PA R-llT? WEST & WHEELER ASSOCIATES, INC. MA 3-5252 GL 4-7997 MERCER ISLAND New 10-room rambler. 5 bed- rooms. Paneled interior. Next to St. Monica's and public schools. Landscaped. Lake and cry view. Low 40's. AD 2-2554. HOLY ROSARY--4 BLOCKS 4 BEDROOMS. 1V haths. Recrea- tion room. Full basement. Own- er. WE 2-8685. ASSUMPTION PARISH 6028 82nd N.E. BY OWNER---4 bedrooms. (2 fin- ished in basement), double plumbing. Living room, sepa- rate dining rnom. Breakfast nook. Recreation room. Cab. oil heat. $16,950. LA 5-5-4878. BY OWNER 1 blocks to Christ the King school. Good family home, 3 bedrooms, plus 2 in basement. 1Vz baths, hot water heat. EM 2-6064 evenings, Saturday and WATERFRONT PROPERTIES WATERFRONT PROPERTY Sf. Huberf's, Whidbey Island Small private development, choice, low bank, mproved residential lets, Grading, water and power complete. Unexcelled view straits and Olympics, Restrictem Mutiny Bay, Call collect S. Whidbey, Ev. 2-5564 or write Russel Realty, Freeland, Wash. barred, Notice is hereby given that Jack Date o irst publication June 6, E. Bosson, as Administrator with the Will Annexed of the Estate of Mathilde Bosson, Deceased, and as Executor of the Estate 9/8 Joseph VanCe Bldg, Cyril T. Bosson, Seattle, Washington filed in the office ALEXANDER L. CAIN 1962. Executor of said Estate ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle. Washlnugton.. Final Publicatlon July 13. 1962. TItEODORE P. cLrLM:IGS Attorney 1008 Olympic Nathmal Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State ot Washington for the County of Kin'g. In the Matter of the Estate of RICAARD JACOBS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 152243. Notice of Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Noth:e ]s hereby given that Mar- liyn Jacobs, Administratrix of the Estate ()f Richard Jacobs, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the per- sons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Admlnistratrix; and that said Report and petltlon will be heard on the 2nd lay of Au- gust, 1962, at 9:30 a.n., at the Court of the Probate De- partment of said Court at which time and n ace any person nter. ested in said Estale may appear and file obJecthms thereto and contest the same. Said Court, his final petition for di tril u the Court to settle said distribute the property to the per sons entitled thereto, and to dis charge said Administrator with the Will Annexed and said Execu- tor; and that said account and petition will be heard on the 21st day of August, 1962 at 10;00 o'clock A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said es- tates may appear and fil objec- tions thereto and contest the same. Dated this 6th day of July, 1962. NORMAN R. RIDDELL Clerk of said Court By R. S. Hoffeditz Deputy. LENIiIAN & IVRS Attorneys for Estates 1114 Norton Buildlng Seattle 4, Washlngton Final, 7/27/62. l II Rapid Delivery 1962 AUTOS Dated this 3rd day of July, 1962. Sunday, Date of first publication July 6, 1962. I OWNER--ST. ANNE'S f NORMAL R. R[DDELL } Large colonial 4 bedrooms, plus Clerk of Said Court den, 2 baths, excel ent condition By R. S. HOFEDITZ Deputy $14,900, AT 2-9383. [THEODORE P. CUMMINGS [ .... IAttorney for Estate I ST. MATTHEW'S ]1{)08 Olympic National Building 3-bedroom rambler, $15,500 EM]Seattle, Wash. 2-0622. ' Final nubllcation July 20, 1962.' AT TREMENDOUS SA1NGSI Any Make or Model American or Foreign RALPH GROSSMAN JOHNNY McFADDEN Member, Our Lady ot Fatima 6fh and Elanchord, Denny Rsgrade MAin 3-0581--24 Hours We Also Hava Ulsd Csrl , ,  BUY--SELL--CONSIGN Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Administra- ';rlX of the estate of Charles N, Smith, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ".eased" are lereSy required to ;erve the same duly verified, on ml Administratrix or her otter- lefts of record at the address be- tow stated, and file the same A'tth the Clerk of said Court, to- etner with proof of such service &ithln six months after the date t first publication ot this notice, or the same will be barreo. Date of first publication, June 29th, 1962. MARY PAULINE SMITH, Administratrix of said Estate, 114 Norton Building, Seattle, Wash. LENItIAN & IVERS, Attorneys for Estate, i1114 Not'ton Building, !Seattle Wash Final publleatlon 7-13-62. barred, Date of first publication July 13, 1962. CARMEN LaPONT a,d WILMA VAN NEST " Executrices of sa|d Estate. 4215 S. Rayr0ond St, Seattle, WaSh: " JOSEPH A. BARRECA, Attorney for Estate, 605 Arctic Building Seattle Waeh. Final 7-27-62 Funeral, Hme II 3001 OAKES AL. .|1711 3001 OAKES AL. -|1711[[ GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME Hamilton's,Funeral Parlor PAUL L. MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. 11th, Vancouver OX. 4.2537 EUY DIRECT--SAVE MATTRESSES & BOX SPRINGS ANY SIZE OF FIRMNESS Thoughtful Service Alays, hen your need is greatest ... . All Fac;I;;es on round Floor Level lnclud|n9 Two Chapels CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED Trade-Ins E-Z TERMS PARKING PROVIDED -- Fe/00kn "*''" "'"'" Ada ' '""" "" "'" ITIS er. "ONE.DAY .SERVICE" LAkeview 4-0666 GRIFFIN BEDDING Seattle EA. 2-S36S 211S Jackson ME. 2.02112 t