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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Close Wedmsdoy, 4:30 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2.8880 Extensio 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE tNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. : ME. 2-4333. RES. SU. 4-1916 BENED'00S -oo 4-6108. BRICKLAYING IRISH STONE MASON BRICK AND STONE WORK FIREPLACE SPECIALIST CALL EM 3-2523 ,,.i r CARPET WORK O RUG AND UPHOLTER CLEAING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-8450 CONTRACTING ]rOR R O O 1 KEPAIRING, new 'roofs, gutters and downspouts. Asbestos and componltion sid- ing. Free entlmtes. Guaranteed work. Call O. R. MAR(J][ES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place EorN EY CONSTRUCTION CO. replete remodeling service. om additions, repairs, inter- , exterior, Insured. References. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 CABINETS, Plumbing, W I r i ng. Additions. Ro o f in g. Gutters. Mornings. T. J Fitzgerald, EA 5-0128 CONCRETE, PATIOS, SIDE- WALKS. Driveways, etc. and re- pairs. EA 5-9064. Patios, Sidewalks, Driveways, Lawns. PA. 3-9492 or PA. 5-9126. DRAYING MICK McHUGH'S HAUL-ALL SERVICE Reasonable rates EA 4-8754 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 for 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 $400 DOWN BRYANT-ASSUMPTION 5 BEDROOMS MINIMUM DOWN $13,750 ]orner lot. Call Mary Bracelin EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700 ;250 DN. 4 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS $15,500 A shake roof rambler, 12 years old, inside city location with 4 FULL SI:E BED- ROOMS and 2 COMPLETE HOMES FOR SALE HUGE' 1500 SO. FT. 3 BR. RAMBLER 23 FT. LIVING ROOM FORMAL DINING ROOM :AMILY ROOM-- LANAI & PATIO OUR LADY OF LOURDES $550 DOWN $16,950 A sprawling ranch style ramble[ featuring: central entry that means convenience, plus, grand piaho sized living room with circulator fireplace. Charming formality of a separate dining room. Modern "U" shaped kitchen makes meal prepara-I tion a breeze. Spacious com-I binatlon family room and break-I fast room. Sparkling ceramlcl tile bath. 3 luxurious sized bed-I rooms. Convenient % bath off l garage. Beautifully finished oak[ floor give this home a "LIKE] NEW" feeling. An enticing patio with plastic roof and en- closed on 3 sides where you'll enjoy everything from family breakfast to family party din- ners. Situated on large level grounds in an area that radi- ates the friendliest of happy families. Our Exclusive. CH 3- 1550. SOUTH END BROKERS INC. 11036 Ist Ave South FLASH mmaculate 3 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT nothing dn HOMES FOR SALE $200 Dn. FULL PRICE--$14,000 FULL BASEMENT Inside City Limits 3 BEDROOMS spotless FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Just listed and this home is absohltely 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 1o be sold im- mediately. Completely fenced and landscaped it is a picture book home. 3 large bedroms, one with a built-in wardrobe. Large living room, hright and cheery kitchen with ample eating area. Full basement with an exit leading to a per- fectly landscaped rear yard and private patio. Sewers are in and paid for. Hurry, hurry on Ad No. 2875. PICTURE "FLOOR PLANS, INC. 18332 AURORA AVE. N. LI 2-3184 or MU 2-6860 BARGAIN ST. ANNE'S 4 bedroom family home. FIiA ap- praised. $17,275. Priced for quick sa e. By owner $15,750. 10% down. IMMEDIATE POSSES- SION. AT 2-0903 2125 2nd Ave. West ST. TERESA PARISH--BY OWN- ER. ONE AND A HALF STOR- IES. $]8,500. Reverse floor plan affords utmost privacy, with a lake and mountain view from almost every room. Large living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen with breakfast room, four large bedrooms and full daylight basement with large partially finished rec. room with fireplace. New auto- matte gas heat. underground sprinkler system, oak floors, many other features. Call EA 5-9474. Pray for them... Alderwood Manor BOYLE, Itogh, 76, 19010 24th Ave. W., died July :11. Requiem July 14 St. Plus X Church. Burial ltolyrood. Born in Scot- land. Went to Maryland in 1913. Came here in 1928. Retired boil- er worker. Survivors: son, Brian Boyle, Seattle two daughters Mls. Virgil Scocntrup, Alder- wood Manor, and Mrs. Clyde Pickej'lng, Everett, 12 grand- children and a greal-grand- child. Beck's Funeral Ilome. Bellincjham BAGLEY, Mrs. Rlclmrd (lvey), 54, 1606 Donovan Ave., died July 11. Requiem July 17 Sacred Heart Church. Member of Fleet Rcserve Association Auxiliary. Survivors: husband; son, Richard Jr., and daughter, Itelen Elizabeth, all at home; mother, Mrs. J. M. Sawyer, At- lanta, Go.: three sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kaivel. Atlanta, Mrs. Doris Brook, Richmond, Va., and Mrs. Ado Reedy, Rome, N.Y. Edmonds FLOREK, John, 12, dled July 8 after a traffic accident July 1. Requiem July 14 Holy Rosary Church. Born in Seattle, went to Edmonds seven years ago and attended school there. Sur- vivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Florek; brother, Daniel; three sisters, Llnda, Sherri and Terry Florek, all at home; grandmother, Mrs. Fred Bre- mer, Seattle, and grandfather, William Kit z k e, Alexandria, Minn. Beck's Funeral Home. Puyallup IqtEI)ERICK, Mrs. Edward iF. (Ida Mary), 71. 221 2nd Ave. NE, died July 10. Requiem July 13 All Saints Church Native of Cowlitz. Lived in Puyallup 65 years Survivors: husband; son, i O my Lord and Saviour, Eupport 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 Thy blood my sprinkling; 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 rues 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. Seattle BREEN, Helen, 82, formerly of 124 Warren Ave., died July 11. Requiem July 17 Surreal Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Queensbury, N.Y. Came here In 1914. Was a registered nurse, a member of the Altar Society, Horeco Guild, Sacred Heart League and the Provi- dence Nurses Alumnae. Survi- vors: two nieces, Mrs. Vincent Ley of Tacoma and Mrs. Rober Pie rce of Seattle. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral. Home. BROOKS, Mrs. John R. (Karen M.), 24, died July 15 in an automobile accident in Sno- ualmle Pass. Requiem July 20 hurch of the Assumption. Burial Holyrood. Born in Boise, Idaho. Came to Seattle In 1946 and recently moved to Colfax. Attended the University of Vienna and was graduated from Seattle Universit,. She taught in Renton Pubhc Schools in 1960-61 and last year at St. John Academy in Colfax. Sur- vivors: husba'nd, John R. Col- fax; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Gibbs, 5031 Ivanhoe P1. N.E.; a brother, Gary R. Gibbs, Seattle; a sister, Lynda H. Gibbs, Westfield, N. J.; grand- mothers, Mrs. Winifred Macdon- ald, Seattle, and Mrs. Sarah Gibbs, Portland. BUTLER, Louis J., 43, 10607 Marine View Dr. SW, died July 11. Requiem July 14 Holy Fam- ily Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Cut Bank, Mont. Came here 41 years ago. Had been a Boeing employee for 24 years and was supervisor at the co- necting department at the eaton Plant. Member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors: wife, Margie; daughter, Bon- nie Lou; sons, David, Michael and Mark Louis; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo M. Butler, and a sister, Mrs. John (Eileen) Co- ehran, all of Seattle. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS BATHS, large living room, Dorman, T a c o m a; daughter, early American type fire- CROVLEY, Stafford T., 42, 0UEEN CITY ELECIRIC place. Sunny breakfast room. $ ]4,000 Mrs. Genevieve flolmberg, Span- 6206 31st Ave. N.E., died July away; three brother, Joseph and 12. Requiem July 16 Church Of The only listing like it. Don't WIRING Charles DeChaux, Tacoma, and the Assumption. Burial Holy- )ENTIAL and COMMERCIAL delay. all EM 3-3282 now on INSIDE CITY. Lovely fenced yard " Cleo, Puyallup, Gertrude Her- rood. Born In Ray, N.E. Came Ad 'No. 415. A . ^._,- manicured lawn and shrubbery. p, As LtPJdte scholt and Mrs. Rose Johnson, here 36 years ao Graduate of ] r-Ur / D kAADTIKI IIxl(-" Another 1st time advertised I-IAI- II1#1|1O both of Tacoma; nine grand- University of Washington Was _ . _, L_. i. Ivl/l\\;ltl , ,i ,. jewel Close to bus shopping   children a claims ad uster for" the "mere. St. Thomas 'arlsn ...... n a "-ho-1 This h-m ' 1 o ,,ears ' J , ........... ., Brown Brothers insurance firm ............. ,ucuv MERCER ISLAND old. and has had loving care. NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE 1 _ _ Survivors: wife Vtrginiai rL, E,..;n..,..m.,.- New 10 room r mbler 5 bed Uall EM q llU on au o 2io r .................. a . . - " OF REAL ESTATE CO N Seafie dau hter, Mrs. Jon Spunaugle, ...... rooms. Paneled interior Next to ..................  , ;TATE OF WASHINGTON U -I Oakland Calif" three sons [OR/ILLAb st. Monlca's and public chools FIL./UK I-LUUK VLklNb Inc ty of King Sheriff's Office ....... j ....... James 'S Lynn and Robert I.A MEXlCANA Mexi-Catessen Landscaped. Lake and city view. ' " By virtue 'of an order of sale] ,2AN',,,,,se-pnf}arn'[,u; Crowley, 'll t the home, and -436 16th Ave S.W. WE. 5-1480 Low 40's. AD 2-2554. / ssed out of the Honorable Supe-I :'"Am"b'}'',,,-RQ',': two sisters, Louise Crowley and EM 4-] J8J ior Court of the State of Wash-t So'(et' "Sur'vivors"* if'e. "'.he Mrs. Paul Woods, both of Seat- " lngton for King County, on the/ " " : .ons n,n  -- tie. J o st h- Ashmore Funeral FOR RENT 1" LM. ----4th day of June 196 by the Boland ..... 1 ,h ....... Home. PUYALLUP. Older 3 bedroom near .............. 7.' .... .Z' of I John H.; daughter., Sister Mary PETER'S Can acaommodate ALL SAINTS. I.ar e lot. Adjoin- cier uteem m L.e  Wllford Seattle and Mrs. El- 2 BATHS ing *land avaliabfe  if desired js.Fel eral Et."..2ot'',t.lntf:l eanor Ba;if, Okanoga., Wash. __ ........... EA 5-0749 " " ' m . __ . ' "h ..... ' ' c,,.v-;,. , ' 13 ran(chlldren; one reat- [u,i, ,.eona o]ea duly 1 beedarmle'ln17sat't' r'IBE FIRST '0 DOWNharo famny O'nird" ;ryc'nct'iSr'lrUn Dn ldeeraChbrgs annl grandchild, g lul  iaT c h]do(IsRhqu;e. -'--'-1 ho e near ST. JOHI'S Just  [Loan Association, Defendants, No.I Burial Holyrood Born in Red BRIGHTdQrUIEITa4 romapmnl can't last. So don't miss seeing o.. Mi,dNI-b [57936,addtiveLda:s Sheriff, di- Lake Falls, Mlnn. Came here for e Y Y . . [ its spacious interior p an with 4 bedrooms den 2 baths fire- reced d . : ..... in 1959. Employed as a house- 3-1176. ] wall to wall carpets, formal din- place Full basement. Play Notice Is nerenY given, .mat ] tPAa It#q.t#me [ keeper. Survivors: daughters, FURNISHED 2 .bedroom Pen.t-( !ng room, big kitchen and full room Garage. $14,000. Call Mr. lwlll proceed to sell at puonc auc-I LI7$AI, Iq1/iitlO Mrs Leonard Casavan Red house. View ot worm s v axrl..i basement, the big new lot. new Garrison,BLAiNAT REALTy2"6439' I cashtin tOwithinthe thehighesthoursbidderprescribedfr  Laleulut Falls.i , Mrs. Gus Paas,Vlel. Near Edison Technical Schoo alUninum siding and new roof E t "'w "o She ff's sales to wit I D h, M nn.; sons Lester 1715 Harvdid. $110--1938 14th mare th.is one RED HOT. Just 11% Boston AT 3-5511 b[ n '71ock rio m on {'he 27tI ROGER E. DUNHAM I ly, St. Paul, Minn; Harold Kel- _: East. , I 12,,UU, hurry ano ca, u. I.- ^* .... 1962 before the ] Attorney I ly,_U.S. Marine_Corps; thr_ee_l$- _ _ _ uy u ou.v , 19 Securl ter, et u-u/v- anu . g,eLltU- " I LA 5-6116 BEST S, INC. , , ]Court House door of King County, I 4 Seat0e ltlB/! g" / children FURNITURE  " Jefferson Street entrance, at Se-  ,  " I I FURNITURE / w;n00wr00nn LEGAL NOTICES lattle in the State of Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF , ........ eq, n'tl'rttel,: WDLIRE ull[ ' " -'" " " '"" lthe following described property, I the State of Washington for the1 ,-,*- ., .... h t =n= ,u*.,:l"i;,"'-dZ evsn-I C'L-JADkr'D Isltuated In King County, State of County of King. .,=."..'' ..v':,h,"  ' ,,e 2=L..:,,;,--#%-,a / x.,I ,/,XlV,t.,x .,ev,a ma.a IWashlngton to-wit: IIn the Matter of the Estate of] .'. ',,,4' Z',f,, k,'" ', EDMUND'FURNITURE (.( Attorney ] Lot 10 block 7, Skyway, Park] RAYMOND JOItN SWEENEYI ' = ,* "'d' ,,'{ ,A,.IS Pdmend[- 2 BI)R.M. CAPE - .. 605 Arctic Bttlldln I Addition,' according to plat re-I JR., Deceased In Probate No.I-;.,,,:.'':=:.i'.."','. "y" " ion neau[l[Ul corner lot wltni '*-"l-w.oh " /corded in volume 40 of plats,[ 167994. Notice to Creditors. I $.'22.;.L^  ..... '" ......... " .... 1 sPrinkler system fenced yardl ..... ,,,'-7 ...... [oage 6 in King County Washlng-i Ntlo i h,,oh, ,,m h,t thoJ .............. HAULING ] lovely covered canana. Attached [N ne q... 'vUqn --ne[tn" levied on as. the property ofl undersi#no.  d has been a,.nnoJnted] [ ga:age. Close to transportation, [ tne tate.o[.wasnlngto [or t tall of the said defendants herein, land hn nuaHfioa a Adminlstra - I ................. ( .............  ISIS ,,,,---,/ #  li If-'LJ'C  shopping and school. FHA ap-[. t;ounty ) King. ...... ]to satisfy a Judgment of a fore-ltrl x of 1e estate of Ravmondl --u--u-.-Lw-- - sin, p, MI( .K IVIC.I-'IUkI 1 ,.) / praised $15775 iln ne mailer of tne state O[/closure of a mortgage amounting/:,, ,,, . ,, ,.  ...... :,. ,., 14o9 iN 45n t. Oleo duly lu. ......... [ [ JULIA A. WALSH, Decease . /to seven thousand  eight hundrel/,, ^,, h.,,,,, o .... ,_..J Requiem July 13 St. Benedict ,llJA//I /I lV[(*'.l- ] r),',"'rWl-I "1" l-ic'r" I Probate. No. 167946. NOTICE/seventy-five and 71/10(} (87875.71)/'P'A::Z'.LL%"-2.2"::^.'2I Church. Burial Calvary. Born in l,/ '--' '-,, " ...... ! fkJkJOr'Vt-L/ L)I,./. TO CREDITORS.. ..... /dollars, toe cost of suit and inter-/'ied''o==se:ve [e '.sme" dtv I Welsh,.Mlnn. Came here l n.18g 7. V Reasoname rates i r, ,, , n^crHr,T I Notice is hereby gwen tnat tne[es t in favor of plaintiff [..^_,,,^ .: ._, ,,,,: .... ^  [ Retiree steamfitter urv1vlng is EA 21 O'7A I FULL. o/o,v,c,l lundersigned has been appointed[ ............ a .............. a sister Mrs Josephine Ayers, r/-k -o/o-r r,,, o o  ,,, ,o o ,,o,,,oa  xoutrlcs/ uateu tms zta u y u oune, lweeney or net attorney of recorn/ Oxnard Calif Hoffner's Fisher- I'":; . ......... .Y_".."'-t" ...... "-1'.'.," %"""-"--laAWals/1962 lot the address below stated and/ Kalfus 'Funeral Home , living room witn ]lrepmce, 2x]bio[ tne estate of du . ' .' ........ 'fil- *h --" ,:' "- %, %- " = " - I dining room PLUS den which Deceased' that all persons having[ First puollcatlon b-_z= I F. ne sme ,Lt. t.e .mr o/ I c.hll w4t h bierlllamlinMf?rl[ll:rle a;;llrt stallelveee;;dslmrl/ lhelfOfAL CLAIBOURN tftllChhserllcte thi/IrSXpulchaS-! GENSEL, Mrs James (Hilda DISTRIBUTORSHIP FRANCH __.[ breakfast' " nook Wall to wall duly verlfmd on said Executrices[ _Y . ,-,'] ........ "1 .. , a aan ..:'mh --.," ..at" Now available for the "COM__-[ car etin included' at 18.950, or their attorney' of record at the/ . l)e. p.uty ....... t,on _t tms_ nouce. , or tne same I T''I., 'O onu{m .T111v 1 PLETE CATHOLIC HOME.LI.IR- FH/ Tegrms $ ' ]address below stated, and file thet Final puoncauon 7-2u-62. [,]_e arre., ................. I Chrch"of ""te'"Imrnaulat* ;i;,i;!i0o0Y EFMOi2!/804C0 rl:/:E' Con.)! 1.%5 5 !ih!;Fil/ :877:1;' CIZ i 20 ........... i{:nai/#?is:i:i!tyV ............... I s!;ri::!ilea!rs(( lj:ur!i Estate 10 g " 71 Sf Joseph s 1 ' / se,t4. Waah. [Roger E Du00"am / ' Seattle Wash i r n or ....... " ' ; ..... ..:,--':-;[ Call for 'more information Mrs'l " , " " . [ of F nal .Repo t a d Petition f 1 OF HEAL ESTATE [ Neb y Came her last veer Vls EXTENSION malazme oH]emil Murphy EA 2-2710 " '[JOSEPH A. BARRECA, I Distrmuuon. l SHERIFF'S OFFICE  '- -- . =- : .... or an of the nose missions. ' Attorney for Estate, re iv n t r a salesman for toe nell Oil g ............... ] VINCENT D MILLERINC t ..... .,  A .... I Notice!she byg e hatMa ] STATE OF WASHINGTON, County[ Co. Survivors: wife, Jeanne; , WORLD OF IMPORTS [DRIVE BY: 12022 EVANSTON AV.)I n the Matter of the Estate of/ust 1962 at 9'30 am at the Ik(ff, his wife, d/b/a Wyckoff| Unique gifts for men and women.] WILL BE OPEN FOR i JOHN A MARIN Deceased In|out ]oo'm of the Pro'bae De -IEntcrprises, Defendants. Lower Pike Place MarKet  INSPECTION SAT. & SUNDAY I Probate." No. 165413. NOTICElpartment of said Court, at whichl No. 584602 and to me, as Sher-t , 1-INS?, lttff._.Ssn, 86, 905  MUTUAL REALTY, INC TO CREDITORS ttime and place any person inter- iff. directed and delivered: '...otn 9 ',__u'9 ...ujy ?. xe- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 7719 15th N W SU 3 6677 / Notice is hereby given that thelested In said Estate may appear NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, I t. mere duly. 1 t. Juno .nurcn. 'That I will roceed to s l urlal Holyrooa orn In ura t ............ ou ,,-,,,,]underslgned has been appointed] and file objections thereto and ' p . e 1 at pub- _ ........ . ..... !" -PWRITERS )R SUHOOL | 'MIr't-KI AKIKIE t-Jill /and has qualified as administra-|contest the same. ]lic auction to the highest bidder I lO:,.w[s. ame here in , itandardi.-Rent or[ r'--, ,t. , ULt_ Itor of the estate of John A. Marin I Dated this 3rd day of July ]lor cash, within the hours pre- rwvtn: un t ua[nes.i._.u- Vrm;.  ............ ]Do YOU have a growth, family]Deceased; that all persons having / 1962. ']scrib.ed by law for Sheriff's sales, I r,s:rsa2rs'.ele(m: ' , - claims a ainst said deceaseo are tO-'Vlt, LeO O'CLOCK a.m, On toe -,, H,,v,, ,- ,*, ........ e,. WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER..O.[ who would enjoy LIVING UP[ ..... ". _L .............. th .....  Date of first publication July 6, Jl0t h day of Au=-st 96 hnro[ McGmnis, Gratiot; four grand- A  1 ll[t2uy lt uI[Uu tu ............. 1014 2nd Ave. M . 3-62 a l the fine features of this[_ . . _ .':%..-LY:- 11962 [thc Court Ilou.e door f Kin~ children and nine great-grand- 1 lYof hsmed lMoSuUteEl'IstVere[l'eU'o="l==a'Ittlrle'il " Ii| NORMAL R. RIDDELL County Jeffcrso'n Street entranc children. Hoffner's Flsher-Kal- repair.:Ianems 2acper sea\\;per Then see this 5 bedroom hum "|recrd at "the address telow[ Clerk of Said Court . (at Seattle, In the State of Wash- fus Funeral Home hour. rew ana usea. -arts. alc- e . , .. . o, , .... t,, p  o I with loveD, entranco hall on atstated, and file the same with the/ By R. S. ItOFEDITZ, Deput l ington, all of the light, ttle and[ .............. ---' " .....  - " -   "tClerk of said r'ourt toether with[THEODORE P. CUMMINGS [interest of said defendants and / [ cnarmmg ...... open starway--rece.p.-|nroof of such sericewithin six/Attorney for Estate leach of "them and their' com-t LAUTH, Rudolph .,' 45, 742 lve spacious living room wire [ ........ ]months after [he date of first|1008 Olympic National Building Imunity and the business of Wyc-/ 19th Ave. E, died July 15. Re- r* as, Hrepmce--large ommg sor gra-/ublica,lo of this notice or tide/Seattle Wash Ikoff Enterprises in and to the/ quiem July 19 St Joseph ] cious entertaining and a roomy(.ame ,ili'be barred ' ] Final publication July 20, 1962.]following des(:ri)'ed property, situ-/ Church. Burial Holyrood. Born ,,.,..,,.,'" I aen zor TYing or urige parties./ Date of first pub'llcation 7-13,[ luted in King County, st'ate oft in Horicon, Wis. Came here in ',-haPee'tl  I xcehent recreatlon room with/1962 / .... tWashington, to-wit / 1944. Was an office clerk for -,,v = = = u &. fireplace kitchen facilities and '  EBSTER TR - the Texaco Co for 13 years WAI TI R E W Cartano Botz(r & Cha man Iot 6 Block 3 Stun Lee Addi A_ __S tate I'lC" No. 69 ...... I extra piumbing, In front of/ Admloistrator of=said Estate'/ ' :' ' ' p I lion accordin- - ,1o; e ......  I Surviv)'rs: wife: Ruth N; two 2 lbn Ave. A. -otmz / double_ garage is a _.secluded] 500 John Street 'l Attorneys ] in volume 50of'pl*a{s pag"4l ] daughters, Mary Patricla and CREENWOOD CONVALESCENT [ patio Ior outooor eaung and gottl Wnh / 14L5 Jonenh Vance Bld I n. n,,n., XJnhtntnn nm' I Susan Lauth and a son Mar- NURSING HOME [ room for a swimming pool' A Mc,=*,,,,,',nu, --WBgTER & BROWN[ -,eatue ...... sasn " ! ,.o-'",,v ,,.uw." ........... a z,:oog ,u-=' v=-'"*:= I tin Joseph Lauth, all of Seat- "Private and semi-Private" l beautiful 891220 ft landscaped Attn,,, cA', 't I ' ' " I n.^  tle" parents, Mr and Mrs Mar- State IMc No 21F7 | lot with an address of distinc- 5n 0 John roet fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT O Innd I tin Lauth Sr. Horicon and a " tio A bu ....... ' ....... EM. 2-7575 J n. n Outstanding _ Y at Seattle Wash [ THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Norl  2 .............. brother Martin Lauth Jr., Park 3 ! , " it ou ivut ul LII WSL / [ $ 2,500, terms Call Mrs. avery Final 72762 i r , r,,x,,v , KING [ ._ .. ........ .. Forest, Ill. Manning and Sons PLASTERERS .,,, ....... ,-,, LENIHA & IVERS ]In the Matter of the Estate o ] 9. feet of the north 150 feet of k..-IN/K2L KP/L/f " ' | CHARLES G GUCKER De'[ tract 17; all in Des Moines Two tASTER and STUCCO natchln1127 Mercer AT 4-1515 Attorneys [ . _ _ ". . _ :' ..... I Acre Tracts according to plat -- s-ocaP,, os,,,,obe r-te. I ................... lt14 Norton Building | ceaseo, in vronate, iNo..muuo. I recorded in volume 1Out plats 1.", 55} ......... L/ 4-.59861 qAC'DEI I--Ir'ADT Ol::t I CW! IE Seattle 4, Washington J Notice to Creditors. I page 67, records of King County: .... ,g.. - ........ - .... t ., ,,..,,. , ,L, ,x.uL-t-t-vut- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF' Notice is hereby iven that thel Washington commonly known l,ll|ttt Ua,m 1 [4 bedrooms, 1 baths daylight the State of Washington for , . ." - d I as 1223 and 1227 So '30th Des IUUlII Illldll I PLUMBERS basement. Well pla'nned for King County. unoerslgned has oeen appolnte [ Moines Washington: ........ I ....... ] large family. Eat ng space in In the Matter of the Estates of and has qualified as Executrix levied o'n as pronert; of said de ..... [ PLUMBING & HEATING [ kitchen. SecJuded patio in back. hATHILDE BOSSON, and CYEo f the estate of Charles G. Guck-[fendant.s to satlsfya Judgment  | SERVICE I ,'bMO.UU. t{1L T. UUN, )eceaseo. n -- " - .. ersons/amountmg to One thou.and tour  I BROCKETT REALTY GL 4 4424 Probate No 157869 NOTICE er geceased tnat a[ P Radiant Heating . .. Retail Store[ ........ " ; ... ]hundred fourteen and no/100 I ] ---- OF HEARING FINAL AC- having claims against salO oe-/ {1414 00) Dollars attornv' Cees -" .,L. G: M.ASSART & SONS J HOLY ROSARY--4 BLOCKS COUNT AND PETITION FOR ceased are hereby required to/r' $2b&oo. tle cos't O/";{it an(i  j qouz tn Ave. N.W. SU 3-6nu[ ,.r,o,,,,,,o ,, ._,.. r, ..... DISTRIBUTION.. . . . [..,.. ...... a,,, ..... rfied on/interest in favor of plaintiffs, ti ro F ............................................... [ on.!_om, ull basement. Own- E, Bosson, as Anlnistrator with said Rite K. Gucker or her at-I Da ................. un- f rJal/IVN WANtgU | er wig 2 8t58} eu tnls .Ln uay us. u u ' " the Will Annexed of the Est.ate of torneys of record at the address11962  ' " HANDYMAN -- Odd lob8 wanted BY OWNER. 2 bedroom home on ...  ..... ,. _ ^ o,a of below stated, and file the same( First nublication July 6 1962.  ---- Mathilde Dosson, Deceasea ano ' Yl::aneneehc: e watlR . nr ' 4;:lerlftrSoPUwglIS?:nd t vlTe',  .ri^T.U*Bosson Dece;ed," has ,,,it h the Clerk of said Court, t IM. cCULLOOGH " y , , - t  . v  . u " ' r of rlerllI '; , flted in the office of the Cle k together with proof of such ser-(  o o d at carpentry, w ill do, blocks from ferr. and stores. o,n (, ..... h, .................... By CORAL CLAII C  c h or e s. Ph. Catholic Seamen s Large garage Fenced yard. ,,,,  ., ............ vice within six months aster tne Debut ................... . Ref & recommendations urn' -- char e said Admini'strator wlth ' .. _ - BY OWNER ;' J,,, A ......  . .,n w ..... Date of fh'st publication July hotels, hospltels, ,nshtuhons lsned. Wrlte,ox "K" Progress. ltA, blocks to Christ the Kin H '= "'..':"Z =" P;' o. H= 20 1962 restaurants schools end olloqet =  1or' an(1 that salo aCCOUnt anQ , ' ' " school. Good family home, ; -e'itlo- will b heard on the 21st RITA K. GUCKER ......... bedrooms, plus 2 in basement ". "  0'00 Executrix of said Estate. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE  hth h,t wntor hun! wa day of August, 1962, at 1 ,a, ..... , ..... u,no Petschl s uality -' ....... ' .................... o'clocR A M at the L:ourt Room - -o=-" ......... " -- -- 2-6064 evenings Saturday and .... I Seattle XVash T. V. AND RADIO REPAIR Sunda,' ' of the Probate Department of said .... : , - =- Meats . (JalLaOo otzer & napman, rvice calls $3. Work guaranteed. , ' , Court, at which time ands place. At'[" orneys t'ox'--;st"'ate ...'"....,,''--...a-- ...hA .-....-e Burien, White Center and sm .... any person interested.in, said es- 14:  se-h 'c Bid- '' roundlng arca, Member. St. WATERFRONT PROPERTIES tales maY appear ana ne outer- Seattle" Wash ...... ; " Francis Parish. tmns thereto anu contest tne Final 8 3 62 "  ,,, same. CH 4-1913 WATERFRONT PROPERTY Dated this 6th day. of July, Thousands o[ people couldn't be wrong. They all subscribe to the Pacific Northwest's largest diocesan weekly--The Progress. How about you? CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO. Reasonable RaCes . o.d MAin 2-3043 careful handlin 9 by men who know howl 219 Terry Avenue Nort(t Seattle FFNDRiCH KAIliu & rv St. Hubert's, Whidbey Island 1962. "'Member St. Edward', Parlsh' NORMAN R. RIDDELLI PA 3-117'2 Small private development, choice, Clerk of said Court t low bank, improved residential, By R. S. Hoffeditz " lot. Grading, water and powcr Deputy. ' " WANTED TO RENT c o m p i e t e. Unexcelled view [LENIHAN & 1VERS straits and Olympics. Restricted. [Attorneys for Estates - '"' SIVIALL hose or apsrtment. Nearl Mutiny Bay. Call collect S.]1114NortonBullding Church and Market. No steps..I Whldbev, Ev. 2-5564 or write[Seattle 4, Washington SIT 4-47a P,'-'rl "Pe.!fv, FrPcl,nd. XVn'h ln,' , 7f27"a  ' I I J Seatfle MAHONEY, Mrn. H. J. (An- nie), 84, 2311 45th Ave: S.W, died July 15. Requiem July 18 Mount St. Vincent Home. Bur- lal H0rood. Born in Des Moines, Iowa. Came here 44 years ago. Member of the Con- graternity of the Rosary. Sur- vivors: husband, Richard J. Me- honey; daughters, Mrs. Fred Kettlewetl and Mrs. Pat Smith; sons, Dick, John and Roy Me- honey, all of Seattle; 13 grand- children and three great-grand- children. MATULOVICH, Mrs. J o h n (Helen F.), 48, 7016 S. Junett St,, died July 11. Requiem July 14 Visitation Church. B u r i a 1 Calvary. Born in New Jersey. Llved here 14 years. Survivors: husband; daughter, K a t h i- y n and Mrs. Charlotte Hartm'n; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenz, Florida; two grandchil- dren. Cassidy and Allen Mortu- ary. MORIARTY, Jack J., 45, 2484 Lorentz P1., dled July 12. Re- quiem July 15 St. Anne Church. Burial Holyrood. Was a sales- man for the Cello Bag Co. A native of Seattle, he attended Seattle University and the Uni- versity of Washington. Sur- vivors: wife, J. Theresa; two daughters, Kathleen and Ther- esa E. Moriarty; three sons, Patrick, Stephen and Kevin Moriarty, all at the home; father, 'Patrick J. Moriarty, and two sisters, Mrs Paul Lane and Mrs. Edward Parker, all of Seattle. Manning and .Sons Fu- neral Home. ii ii THE PROGRESS--7 Tacoma HOCK, Mrs. Matthew (Doro. thy), 75, 2401 N. Madison St., died July 13. Requiem July 17 St. Patrick Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Yugoslavia. Lived in Tacoma since 1945. Surviv, ors: three sons, Anthony and Louis of Tacoma and Robert of Colorado; Iive daughters, Mrs. Katherine Roepke, Tacoma, Mrs. Rose Durkin, Chicago, Mrs. Helen Kilpatrick, Boulder, Colo., Mrs. Dorothy Desmarteau, Sa- lem, Ore., and Mrs. Mary Hay- ward, Quincy, Mass.; two brothers, Robert Brdar of To- coma and Jack Brdar of Yugo- slavia and 52 grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. TITUS, Elmore P. Sr., 61, 4621 Huson St., died July 14. Requi- em July 17 Holy Cross Church. Burial Calvary. Native o Hol- ly, Ore. Livel in Tacoma for past 35 years. Assayer for the Tacoma Smelter. Past grand knight in Tacoma Council, Knights of Columbus. Surviv- ors: wife, Frances J.; son, El- more P. Jr., Seattle; brother, George, Oregon: two sisters, Mrs. Audrey Wollaston,. Seat- tle, and Miss Peg Titus, Coos Bay, Ore.; four grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. .. Tukwila O'KEEFE, Della Jane, 9408 Delridge Way. Requiem July 14 St. Catherine Church. Burial Calvary. Member of Women's Benefit Association No. 8. Sur- vlvors: sons, Royce Larsen, Se- attle; Charles Iarsen, V1salia, Callf.; sisters; Mrs. G. G. Dixon, Tacoma; Mrs. Joe Hohelm, Des- ert Springs, Calif.; Charles Leach, Los Angeles, Calif.: six grandchlldren a n d 15-great- grandchildren. AVOLEDO, Fred, 64, die d July 12, Requiem July 16 St. Thomas Church. Born in Italy. Lived in Canada before coming here 45 years ago. Member of Seattle Chapter 1390, Sons of Italy. Survivors: wife, Esther A.; three daughters, Mrs. Jo- seph Buchanan, Seattle, Mrs. Walter Mathis, Renton, and Mrs. Kenneth Shields, Oak Har- bor; a brother, Dave Avoledo, Tukwlla; six brothers and two sisters in Italy; nine grandchil- dren, and a great-grandchild. RONZULLO, Michael, 83, 411 12th Ave,, died July 15. Requiem July 18 Our Lady mu Chapel, S.t. ames Cathedral., I$1K/M3 urlal Holyrood. Born In arl, Italy. Came here 40 years ago ................ , _ ........................... ral H s ltal re ort .... years from he blilwaukee Rail- e  oP .. . Pc s cne Jos- loIng Dlrns I[o ii" aria D]LrS road. There are no immediate " ' ": survivors. Manning and Sons John Klander, boy, July 8. Funeral Home. Danel'Kniffin, girl, July 6 John Lalonde, girl, July 8 SNORSKY, Chares, 62:5010 Kenneth Johnston, boy, July 9 35th Ave. S.W., d ed July 16. 'ra-i  urir bo" ''" 12 Requiem July 18 Holy Rosary ,- .... ,, .... , ,, Church. Burfal Holyrood. Born Clarence Doucette, boy, July 13 in Wilkeson, Pierce C o u n ty. ; Gerald Bladies, boy, July 14 Came here 45 years ago2. Ie I Derloi Buruato, boy, July 14 was a parser i, ,e oel Refrigeration & Manufacturing [ Co. Survivors: wife, Agnes J." .^. ,^...a *,,. a. ..^..' [CHEHALIS---St, Helen s Hospital uit, x'uxtxtu vv., ttctuuxe, I qana the following, birth to Mrs. Marian L. Long and Miss I ."'.a'r=. " - r k a ........... Audrey J. Sno s y II Seattle; I mother, Mrs. Mary Snorsky, To- [ Louls J. Meyers, glrl, July 10 coma; sisters, Mrs. Bridget I Vance D. Murphy, glrl, July :1.2. Lendosky, also Tacoma, and I Mrs. Geraldine Robinson, Los Angeles; brother, William Sour- [ LONGVIEW---St. John's Hos. ski Spokane and five grand, pltal r ep or t s the following sons. Bonney-Watson Funeral ,btrths to lr. nd Murs.: Home. NOrman Nelsen, twln boys, June . i f' ' ,=II: panaway Willlam Hokkanen, ' girl, June IIAYES, Francis M., 62, Route i :David Wold ,,irl Jul y 2 1, Box 1447, died July 10 Re- I , o , - f 1 quiem July 13 St. Leo Ch*urch i Earl Cramer, glri, July . Tacoma. Burial Calvary. Bor{ [ Carl Blunk, girl, July 7. in Whittemore, Iowa. Lived in ] this area since 1919. Retired [ painter. Survivors: brother, Jo- [ SEATTLE  Provideeo Hos- seph of Tacoma; five sisters, I pltal rports tho follawing Mrs. Andrew Elbert and Mrs. i births to Mr. und Mrs.: Frank Elbert, both of Whitte- I _ .. ; ....... more; Mrs Joseph McG0an of [ Jarret.msn, girl, duly .u. Tacoma, Mrs. William Lorent ] PatrlcK o'tlearn, girl, July 11. son, Cape Pole, Alaska, and Kenneth Cameron,.boy, July 11. Miss Anne Hayes of Portland; Willi.a.mO'Bfl.en, glrl, July1:L several nieces and nephews. Gerala 'arre[, oy, duly I, Gaffney Funeral Home. Francis Masco, girl, July 11. I Catalino Monares, glrl, July 11. [ Elmer DesgroseIller, boy, 1 July 11. Tar.a [ Thomas Liston, girl, July 12. t t William Granstrom,boy, July 13. : Leon Frashure.Jr., boy, Jul 13.. .PAGLIA, .[r..s. Attllio.(Joae: / Carnot Thomas Jr., girl, Juy 13. lnme}, -, lou- . n .,7 alea I Bill Wilcox, boy, July 15. uly 10, R.quie_m .July.. 13 SL I Richard Hayes, boy, July 15. Rite cnuren. .urlai. calvary. [ William Doorls, boy, July 16. Born in Italy. 1,1veo in Tacoma-! 34 years. Member of St. Rite's ] . Altar Society. Survivors: hus- / VANCOUVER -- St. Joseph's band; two sons, John and An- / Hospital reports the following gelo, Tacoma; two daughters, i births te Mr. and Mrs.: s,,,. =....,.,,o ="t u ' .' Robert Trimbo, irl, J ly 3. Philadelphia and ist Bernar- l din, Pa,lia. M.P.F., vga W,lsh. IOoliii III N.J sister, Luigia Varesio in { ' 1 ul " It " Kennetl Gardner gir, J y 6. ely. Casstdy and Allen Morro-  bert Lee irl July 6 ary. ' : [ Knneth Kat, irl,'Juiy 7. ' | Gerald Evjen, girl, July 9. PENOWICH, Leo M. 63, 1114:1 Joseph Van Gogh girl July11 ..... : $. Taylor St., died July 10. Re' |' John Overrman: girl, July 12. "4 qulem July 14. St. Leo Church. | lazell .xsenboS, gi dug z. Burial Calvary. Born in CloqueL ] Ho ard Dru y, y, y 1 . Minn. Lived in Tacoma Since / ,,  1900. Clerk bookkeeper for Wick !] Trophy Shgp. Member of the I . I Teamsters union, Tacoma Mens il mr  AA N I Boating Association. Survivors: I i  M mr -- i wife, Stella: brother, Joseph F., /I IdlrfJfllAW e ! Tacoma; sister, Stell& Johnson, [I Ili, r--  ! Ephrata. Gaffney Funeral [I    maw  ! ome. [ FISHER-KALFUS [ i MACK, Daniel, 79, 610 S. 18th ,I I1:i ilMIPIAIL I m limnm St., died , uly 11. Requiem July l/ I 16 St. Leo Church. Burial Col- ]1 SAam I vary. Born In San Francisco. 11 I"IIUJ[I I Lived in Tacqma 78 years. Re- {I I tired mechanlcal foreman for .Jl I Union Pacific Railway. Member " FO | ot Cath011e Order of Foresters II Ca*ho,L;._m ,.s I Survivors: wife, Esther: son, II I'or uver ll.IWy I Eugene, Kirkland; two daugh-II Years I ters, Virginia Mack,' Meshed, }[ / Iron and Mrs. Peggy Kinney, t[ AS -aMe nAnVl--| Seattle; 10 grandchildren. Gaff- II ,#il-,vvo ra/ ney Funeral Home. II - / i[ MEIrosel [ 00-0,00 Workm*nshlp Wthout A. Eq.sl I;[ S08 North 36fh I Most 9xl2 Ruq$ are SI0.80 |!1 . ... h;[ cj,;-d:.:._s_ !11 eavrle I Same--Cleaned and TInNJd.....S30 I q , I John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned and Operated [ 828 BROADWAY AT: MARION, , EAst 3-124 [ " i m In the Heart o t the Mcdica! Center [ Launderers and Cleaners r 224 Pontius North Seafflo MA. 2,00S0 4 i