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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday. 4:30 pm. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Ext;.nsion 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET {20. ME. 2-4333. RES. SU. 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDIC'PS IRISH STONE MASON BRICK AND STONE WORK FIREPLACE SPECIALIST CALL EM 3-2523 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTEI CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 W CHILD CARE PRACTICAL Nurse will care for children while parents are on vacation. EA. 2-3039. CONTRACTING FOB B O O F BEIAIEING, new roofs, gutters and downspouts. Aobemtos and composition sid- Ing. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MABCYES. EA. -8481 840 Poplar Place EENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remudeflng service, room additions, repairs, inter- ior, exterior. Insured. References. Up to 5 years to pay. FA 2-446S CABINETS, Plumbing, W 1 r in g. Additions. R o o f in g. Gutters. Mornings. T. J. Fitzgerald, EA 5-0128 CONCRETE, PATIOS, SIDE- WALKS. Driveways, etc. and re- pairs. EA 5-9064. atios, Sidewalks, Driveways, Law'ns. PA. 3-.9492 or PP. 5-9126. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS QUEEN CITY ELECTRIC WIRING RESIDENTIAL and COMMERCIAL AT. 4-0545 "mere. St. Thomas Parish" FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexi - Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 FOR RENT ASSE"LY HOTEL WEEKLY, MONTtII,Y, RATES. i/. BLOCK, CATttEDRAL, ] MA 3-4174 cooking facilities. Close to church. $25 month.-EA 5-5379. studio room for lady. 1 block to St. Joseph's share kit- ehenette. Auto laundry. $35 month. EA 5-5379. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITUR.E STORE on the Eastsida Open Erlaay even- Ing. "Free delivery" CrediL RAABS REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-1378 Redmond HAULING MICK McHUGH'S HAUL-ALL SERVICE Reasonable .roles EA 4-8754 J HELP WANTED DISTRIBUTORSHIP FRANCHISES 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- legion. 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 "It". o--U-sE--KEEPER-for 2 priests. One- half hour from Seattle. Refer- ences required. Reply to Box D, HOMES FOR SALE $250 DN. 4 BEDROOMS 2 FULL BATHS $15,500 A shake roof ]'ambler, 12 years old, inside city localion with 4 FULL SIE BED- ROOMS and 2 COMPLETE BATIKS, large living room, early American type fh'e- place. Sunny break[ast room. The only listing Hke it. Don't delay. Call EM 3-3282 now on Ad No. 415. L. P. MARTIN, INC. WEDGWOOD CHARMER 2 BDRM. CAPE COD On beautiful corner lot with sprinkler system, fenced yard, lovely covered cabana. Attached garage. Close to transportation, shopping and school. FHA ap- praised. $15,775. ROOSEVELT DIST. FULL BASEMENT Nice and clean. 3 bedrooms. 13x25 living room with fireplace, 12x15 dining room PLUS den which can be 4th bedroom. Modern kitchen with birch cabinets and breakfast nook. Wall to wall carpeting included at $18,950, FHA Terms. i Craw{ord & Conover, Inc. 18040 35th NE LA 3-5555 ATTENTION HOME BUYERS HOMES FOR SALE STEAL $400 dn. 4 BDRMS. I FLOOR 2 Full Bafhs $17,000 "OUR BUY OF THE WEEK" {eally this is a tremendous ram- bier. Large professionally land- scaped yard with sl,p.ing native trees to the rear. VIEW. Cab. oil beat.. This home just s)arkles. Call EM 4-1180 on add No. :1554. ICTURE FLOOR PLANS, Inc. EM 4-1180 SNOW WHITE 3 BEDROOM FINISHED BASEMENT ATTACHED GARAGE HOLY FAMILY PARISH $150 DOWN $11350 Glistening white bungalow with brand new $1,000 permanent sid- ing-glassed in entry porch-- pleasant view living room--huge family kitchen in yellow with compiimentary grey tile all the way around--modern bath in maroon tile--2 comfortable bed- rooms on the main level--Full basement has finished re(:, room ST. ANNE'S PARISH 3rd bedroom finished and work- shop -- huge detached garage OWNER wIH sacrifice 4 bedroom with metal overhead door and home at Bargain price. FHA ap- extra storage room in back--cute white playhouse in backyard. praisal 817,275 asking $15,750. Our exclusive, call CIt 3-15,50. AT 2-0903. SOUTH END BROKERS INC. 2125 2nd WEST ........ l___lO_361Az#:_So.____ ST. FRANCIS BURIEN 5 BEDROOMS Here's a real large family home. 30 ft. living room, separate din- ing room, walt to wall carpet Large ranch style kitchen w/ dishwasher. Sound & mountain view. SEE THIS TODAY at $18,950. MORE REALTY CH 2-1255 16047 IIiway 99 So. (day or ntte) A Distincfive New Address IMPERIAL Easf Visit the furnished show houses. Open daily noon 'til dark or Call SIt 6-9221, Prestige Ilomes, Inc. Sf. Joseph's VERY GOOD 5 BEDROOM HOME Plumbing on both floors, Close to transportation, s c h o o Is and shopping. Moderately priced. Call for more information. Mrs, Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER INC. 3817 N. E. 45th LA 2-5628 FOR ST. JOSEPH'S OR ST. PATRICK'S PARISItES McCUTCHEN REALTY EA 2-5611 OR MA 4-237"/ ST" LUKE'S NEW 5 Bedrooms $1%700 FULL daylite basement -- AT- TRACTIVE design. Large living room with handsome fireplace, large picture windows. Second fireplace and rec, room in base- ment. Delightful kitchen with built-in range and oven. Insu- lated upslalrs and down. CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. ALBERT BALCH, REALTOR 8040-35th Ave. NE LA 3-5555 COLONIAL STYLE l ST. ALPHONSUS 4 BEDROOMS $12350 Owner has bought. Good, clean famlh, home, close in. Price red uc'ed once. NOW BRING OFFERS AVERBECK REALTY AT 4-5500 LEGAL NOTICES JOSEPH A BARRECA Attorney 605 Arctic Boilding HOMES FOR SALE $200 Dn. FULL PRICE--$14,000 FULL BASEMENT Inside City 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 bedroms one with a bu t-in wardrobe Large llving room, bright and cheery kitchen with ample eating, area. Full basement with an exit leading to a per- fectly landscaped ]'ear yard and private patio. Sewers are in and paid for. Hurry, hurry on Ad No. 2875. PICTURE FI.OOR PLANS, INC. 18332 AURORA AVE. N. LI 2-3184 or MU 2-6860 LEGAL NOTICES Cartano. Botzer & Chapman Attorneys 1415 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOP COURT OF THE STATE OF WASIIINGTON FOR TtIE COUNTY OF KING In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES G. GUCKER, De- ceased. In Probate. No. 168005 Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned bas been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of Charles G, Guck- er, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Rlta K,. Gucker or her at- torneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, L together wilh proof of such ser-J I vice within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will bet barred. Date of first publication July 20, 1962. Seattle, Wash. i RITA K, GUCKER IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Executrix of said Estate. the State of Washington ior the 1415 Joseph Vance Bldg. County of King. of l Seattle, Wash. In the Matter of the Estate JULIA P. WALSIt Deceased In !Cartano, Botzer & Chapman, Probate No. 67946. NOTICE!AUorneys for Estate, TO CREDITORS. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified aa Executrices of the estate of Julia A. Walsh, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executrices or their attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service wllhln six months after the date of first publicalion of !his not[..o.r.the.same,will be oarred. Date of first publication July 13, 1962. CARMEN LaPONT and WILMA VAN NEST Executrices of said Estate. 4215 S. Raymond St. Seattle, Wash. JOSEPH A. BARRECA, Attorney for Estate, 605 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. Final 7-2%62 LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys for state 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 CLAUDE H FLOYD. Deceased. In p'obate. No. 168070. Notice to creditors. Pray for them... in Memoriam J 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. John J. Gribbin, died July 27, 1914. The Rev. Michael Rosol, died July 29, 1947. The Rev. Dongal McDonald, C. SS. R., died July 31, 1910. The Rev. M. McCauley, died August, 1894. The Very Rev. Wolfgang Steinkogler, 0. S. B., died Aug. 1, 1919. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Oswald Baron, 0. S. B., died Aug. 1, 1928. The Rev. William Fitzgerald, died Aug. 1, 1952. Auburn MILLERKEE. M r s. Charles (Anna M,), 83, 113 17th Ave. S. E., died July 19. Requiem July 23 Holy Family Church. Born in Ontario. Moved to Au- burn from Devils Lake, N. D. in 1943. Member of parish altar society and St. Teresa Circle of the church. Survivors: daugh- ter, Mrs. Russel Lorentzen, Au- burn; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Price Funeral Home. Concrete LANG. Frank P., 62, died July 18. Requiem July 2]. St. Cathe- rine Mission. Electrical contract- or past 10 years. Member of Eagles. Survivors: b r o t her, Robert, Burlington; two sisters, Mrs. S. T. DeBoldt and Annlce Lang, Concrete. Olympia PUTSCHER, Timothy I, 7, Route 3, Box 258, died .July 22 in Seattle. Requiem July 26 St.. Michael Church. Burial Calvary Born in Olympia. Student at South Bay Grade School. Sur- vivors: parents, Mr, and Mrs. Gene T Put scher ; three brothers, Michael William and Lawrence; four sisters, Cecile, Mary, Angela and Kimerly; ma- ternal grandparenls, Mr. and Mrs, Leo Clouse, Olympia; pa- ternal grandparents, H e n r y 1415 Joseph Vance Bldg. : Putscher, Wood River, Neb., and Mrs, Mary Waugh, Yelm Mills Seattle, Wash. , and Mills Funeral Home. Final 8-3-62. I A,.EXAN.ER I,, CAl t LEGAL NOTICES t Attorney for Estate, [ l 018 Joneph Vance Bnilding -- y ............... [ Seattle Vashlntn MeMAHON, E'I'I  ltusv ' ' * OF1 Attorneys I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT 500John S'treet [ the Slate of Washington Ior the Seattle. Wash. Count.,,, of King IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 1 1. "rh,. ''.,, '.- ,-..d;_':_.t the State of Washington for t FARNSWORTH C. HANCOCK:lintht%#nt)ter foKla Estate of I Deceased, In probate. No. 167-t JOHN A MARIN Deceased, In[ 761, Notice to creditors. J Probate." No. 165413. NOTICE I Notice is hereby given that the TO CREDITORS. I undersigned has been appointed Notice is hereby given that the] and has qualified as administra- undersigned has been appointed[ trix of the estate of Farnsworthiand has qualified as administra-I C. Hancock, Deceased; that all ltor of the estate of John A. Marin,/ persons having claims againstiDeceased; that all persons having[ .aid deceased are hereby re-claims against said deceased are/ quired to serve the same duly hereby required to serve the same  verified, on said admtnlstratrix duly verified, on said Walter E. or her ath)rney of record at the Webster, Jr. or his attorneys of address below tated, and file the record at the address helow same with the Clerk of said stated, and file the same with the Court, together with proof of such Clerk of said Court, together with servh,e within six months after proof of such service within six months after the date of first the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be publication of this notice, or the barred, same will be barred, Date of first publication June Date of first publication %13, 29, 1962. 1962. LARRY L. IIANCOCK, WALTER E. WEBSTER, JR. i 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 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 me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy loves Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Pacific City MANNING, Mrn. John (MIn- nlei, 78, Pacific City, formerly of Tacoma, died July 21.. Re- uiem July 25 Visitation Church, acoma. Burial Calvary. Born in Detroit Lakes, Minn. Lived in Tacoma 14 years. Member of Legion of Mary. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Harold Past, Pa- cific City; son, Kenneth, Ta- coma; brother, Edward Wheeler, Detroit Lakes; three sisters, Mrs. Albert Klomstad and Mrs. Fred Kufrman, both of Detroit Lakes, and Mrs. Elsie Renlette " of Minneapolis; eight grandchil- O'GORMAN, ,Mrs. Thomas dren and three great-grandchil- (Gertrude), 84, 1804 E. Repub- dren. Piper Funeral Home. llcan St., died July 18. Requiem July 21 St. Josepl Church. Bu- Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 M'ERS. Mrs. Oscar (Louise E), Frlday,-- July 27, 1962 76, 1400 Hubbell Place died July 23. Requiem July. 25 St.. James Cathedral. B u ri a 1 Holyrood. Born in Indiana. Came to Seat- tle in 1956 from Fort Dodge, Iowa. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Virginia Stewart, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Wllllam Herman St, Louis, Mo.; and a brother, Joseph L. Jones, In- dianapolis. Manning & Sons Mortuary; Tacoma BARRETT, John J., 72, 3216 S. 54th St.. died July 20. Re- iem July 24 Church of the Sitat on Burial Calvary. Born in St. Paul, Minn. Llved most of life In Tacoma. Retired boiler Inspector for the Northern Pa- cific Railroad. Member of the Elks and the N.P. Raihvay Vet- erans Association. Survivors: wife, Wands; brother, Patrick, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. Kate Sharp, Puyallup ,' HAIKER, William, 88, Route 6, Box 608, died July 21, Re- quiem July 24 All Saints Church. Born in Lussdorf, Aus- tria. Lived here the past 46 years. Retired farmer. Survivor: stepson, Joseph Meyer of Puy- allup. Powers-Wrigley-Clements Funeral Home Seattle BASCOM, Mrs. Hayw.rd (Neotha Veronica), 49, 1629 27th Ave., died July 23. Requiem July 25 Church of the Immaculate. Born In New Iberia, La. Came to Seattle in 1943. Member of the Altimora Peto Club and the Fir State Golf Club. Survivors: hus- band; two sons, Don and Fred- rohl Berrysmlth, both of Seattle; mother, Mrs, Anthony Rochon, New Iberia; and two sisters, Miss Clef Rochon, New Iberia and Mrs. Roscoe Warren, Seat- tle. Angelus Funeral Home. BAUWNS, Mrs. Carl (Irma), 76, 5802 16th Ave. S., died July 17. Requiem July 21 St. George Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Belgium. Came here in 1914 from Canada. Survivors; son, Maurice J. Bauwens, Seattle; two daughters, Mrs. Margaret Consolini, Seattle, and Mrs. Jules Osborne, San Francisco; hr0ther, Petrus Wynant, Seat* tie; seven grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. DARRAH, Mrs. Colin (Mary R.), 93, 4719 Whitman Ave. No., died July 18. Requiem July 21 St. Benedict Church. Burial Cal- ,dary. Born in Sehereville, Ind. Came here in 1910. Member of the Altar Society and charter member of the Church Women's Benefit group. S u r vl v o r s: daughters, Marie A, Darrah, at home; Mrs. llarold Parker, Ev- erett, and Mrs. Lane Davis, Tacoma; a son, Colin R, Darrah, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Alex Da- luga, Libertyville, Ill.; four grandchildren, and nine great- grandchildren. Hoffner's Fisher- Kalfus Funeral Home. DRAKE, Mrs. George W.. 51, died July 18, Requiem July 21 Our Lady of Sorrows Church Born in Libertyvllle, Ill. Came here 25 years ago. Member of the Altar Society and the St. Clair Guild of Our Lady of Sor- rows Church: Survivors: hus- band, George W. Drake; three daughters, Joan and Zella Drake and Mrs, Marie Stokosa, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Charvonneau, all of Snoqualmie. ELLER, Earl EIllott, 38, 234 S. W. 129th. Requiem July 23 St. Bernadette Church. Member of Veterans of Foreign Wars. Survlvors: wife, Marguerite; five sons, Thomas, Patrick, Gerald, Robert and Mark Eller and a daughter, Khrlstine; four broth- ers, Ernest, Spokane; Randall, Clarkston; Lyle, Portland; Charles, Oakland, Calif.; sister, Mrs. Arthur Olson, Spokane. Yarlngton White Center Funeral Home. rlal Holyrood. Born in Riceville, Iowa. Came here 60 years ago. Was past presid'ent of the Queen Institute of the Young Ladies' Institute. Survivors: two sons Robert O'Gorman, Seattle, and John O'Gorman, Brooklyn, N. Y.; two daughters Mary I. O'Gor- man, Rldgeerest, Calif., and Mrs. Gertrude Abramson, New York Clty; two brothers Aloysius Dargan, Seattle, and James S, Dargan, Riceville, and two sis- ters, Mrs. Elizabeth Bohan, La Jolla, Calif,, and Mrs. Mary Slosh, Ames, Iowa. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. PAVLETIC, Anton, Requiem July 26 Our Lady Chapel, St. ames athedral. "Home Under- taklng Co. Tacoma. Piper Funeral Home. MLADINEO. Mate, 69, 3015 N. Washington St., died July 20. Requiem July 23 St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Vis, Yugoslavia. Served in the Austrian Army in World War I and came Io Tacoma in 1924. Fisherman for several years and was a carpenter or %Voodlan, Inc., before establishing his own business. Retired building con- tractor. Member of the Carpen- ters Union and the Croatian Fraternity Un ion. Survivors: wife, Antlea; broth, Anton, Tac- oma; sister, Madiline Tomich, Yugoslavia nephew, Anton of Alabama: niece, Katbryn Krot- kowski, Tacoma; and two nieces in Yugoslavia. Gaffney Funeral Home. REYES, Andrew M., 70, 214 /st Ave. S., died July 1, Requiem July 20 Our Lady Chapel St. James Cathedral. Burial Holy- rood. Born in Mexico. Came here in 1928. Was an employee of the Northern Pacific Railway Co. There are no immediate survi- vors. ROSATTO, Mrs, Armlda, 68, 11221 W. Marginal Way, died July 21 Requiem July "24 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial Calvary. Came to Seattle from Italy 50 years ago. Survivors: two sons, Ralph Ferretti, Puyal- lup: and Hector Ferretti, Seat- tle; two daughters, Mrs. Don McPeak and Mrs. Eugene Adams, both Seattle; brother, Jim Pezzolo, Tacoma: sister in Itely: eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren George- town Funeral Home. SPREUTE1,S, Felix, 97, 7751 N.W. 32nd St., died July 23, Re- quiem July 26 St. Alphonsus urch. Bu'rial Calvary Born in Brussels, Belgium. Came to Se- attle from Green Bay, Wts., 54 years ago. Retired building con- tractor. Survivors: wife, Chris- tine; daughter, Mrs. A gn e s Booers, Bothell; stepdaughter, Mrs. Freeda Mack, Seattle; step- son, Edward Dobberlaere, Port Orchard; brother, Joe, Everett; two grandchildren; five great- grandchildren and two great- reat-grandchildren. Mittlestadt allard Funeral Home. SWENSON, Richard, 19, 19930 Richmond Beach Drive, killed in an auto accident July 23. Re- quiem July 27 St. Luke Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Port Angeles. Pupil at Hlghline High School. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Swenson; two brothers, Ronald and Rob- ert Jr., and a sister, Sister Mary Laura, C.S.J.; paternal grand- ]arents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank wenson of Snohomish, and ma- ternal grandmother, Mrs. May Cox, Tacoma. Beck's Funeral Home. TRACEY, Mrs. lsabelle, 77, 14950 22nd Ave. S. W. Requiem July 24 St. Francis of Assisl, Sehurst. Member of Legion of Mary. Survivors: son, David Flelshner; two sisters, Mrs. Mats Bayerle, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Addle Forrest, Hayward, Calif; one granddaughter, Mrs. Douglas Reis, Honolulu. Yaring. ton White Center Funeral Home. REDA. Mrs. John (FllomenaL 78, 1918 N. Lawrence St., dled July 18. Requiem July 20 St Rita Church. Burial "Calvary: Native of Italy. Lived here 48 ears. Member of St, Rlta Altar octety. Survivors: three sons, Frank J., Tacoma; George and Albert, both of Centralia; two daughters, Mrs. Esther Sullivan and Mrs. Gennie Spadafore, both of Tacoma; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Funeral Home. VIZZARD, James M., 44, Win- dow Rock, Arix,, formerly of Tacoma. dled July 18 at his home. Requiem July 20 St Pat- rick Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Tacoma and lived here 34 years Employed as a court reporter for the" Navajo Indian tribe. Survivors: wlfe, Ann: son, Patrick; daughter, Colleen; mother, .Mrs. Pearl Blrk of Tac- oma and a: brother, Patrick of Taeoma Cassedy and Allen Fun- eral Home. Sumner : SUTTER, Mrs. Charles (Ma- rte). 64, Livermore, Calif., for- merly of Sumner. died July i9 in Livermore. Requiem July 25 St. Andrew Church, Sumner. Born in Switzerland. Came to Sumner 13 years ago. Moved to Livermore in January. Surviv- ors: son, Tony, Tacoma; three daughters, Martha Rufener, Llv* ermore, Mrs. Irma Reiehmuth of Pleasonton, Calif.. and Mrs. Antoinette Schneider, Switzer- land; three sisters, Mrs. Frieda Cavlezet, Sumner. Mrs. C1 a r a Albert, Mount Vernon and Mrs. Agnes Hurlimann, Switzerland; two brothers, August and Wer- net S. Zemp, Switzerland: eight grandchildren. Jennings Funeral Home, Sumner. Vancouver BAR:N,ETT, Mrs. Gertrude Cor- delia. 76, died July 21. Requiem July 24 St. John Church, Glen- wood. Burial St. James Acres. BOrn in Warsaw, Wis. Lived in Clark County 70 years Surviv- ors: sons, Seth and James, Van- couver, and Joe of Washougal; daughter, Mrs. Leland Back- lund, Vancouver: brother, GeOrge Bernash, Vancouver and William Bernash of Tacoma; sisters, Mrs. Mary Scott and Mrs. Lucille Rader, both of Van- couver; five grandchildren and The Progress. ____ NF'"! Couple o small FAMILY SIZE Notice is hereby given that the Administratrix of said Estate family for caretake? on iarm on CAPITOL HILL undersigned has been appointed 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Washington - ,,-. __: .ox . , _- s.. ." :i - .- , E e rseOlko N ';fiaP#i:l:Y-?;]rml i e lbi'a;:ailrS:J:dipeHen::vlDan:g  i!!EtiRL;i!A::'dlng 1128 .... -- Y q ed "to serve the same l : " ". ' town. MA 2- ' . ,, den on main flr.--It's a buy, ap- duly 'verified cm  -/.,o.t,t Final pubhcation August 3, 1962 = . ....... i Prosed.l IaA'$e1750--$fi. lO0 or her atto'n'eys-of're;'orl'a'ael---itrA-X-iL-"- IMr UK/r I _ ' .. ' ...... = _t:a v)a Y[address below stated and file the l Attorneys for Estate _ ..... I arcenn, EA -tYtlf lor appt. or same with the Clerk ()f said Court j 577 Dexter"Horton Building InlqRtWirnIicalTSemen. 5,5_00CI',',Ovay Abrigh' EIf-0700 g;iwheioet:ho!i;::XP}sUlmithai;f(f/ii ,NTIIEatilhgdtOoURTr &Fee ' " ST JOHN'S ed ' " ' - Y g" " " [ ' I In the matter of the Estate o[ LANEOUS FOR SALE MISCEL  $250 DOWN ate of first publication July 27, MABEL ROELL, Deceased. In TYPEWRITEBS llR SCHOOL $13,500 1962. probate. No. 168047. Notice to ADA ALICE FLOYD, creditors. Administrator of said Estate. 500 John Street Seattle, Wash. McMAHON, WEBSTER & BROWN Attorneys for Estate, 500 Jot/n Street, Seattle, Wash. Final 7/27/62 F[ ROGER E. DUNHAM Attorney 4t9 Secarities Bldg. Seattle 1, %Vash. IN TttE SUPERIOR COURT O the State of Washington for the l Countyof King. In the Matter of the Estate of RAYMOND JOHN SWEENEY JR., Deceased. In Probate. No. 167994. Notice to Creditors. Portableo and Standards, Rent or buy on luw terms. WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 1014 2nd Ave. MA. 3-6928 Mr. family man, here's that clean, I NURSING HOME spacious home, Ideal for your + growing family. Full basement, 8TUBBINGS NURSING HOME play room, all appraised, ready "Catholic operated" for your occupancy. Call ME Private cases only 2-4200, MARIE MOSS, 1716 N. State Lic, No. 69 45th. 1732 16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 GREENWOOD CONVALES-CET VIEW RIDGE 4 BEDROOMS Vacant--Move In Tonighf Executrix of said Ftate Notice is hereby given that the Notlce is hereby given that the 1114 Norton Building, .' . * " . ' u'nderslgned has been appointed uodersgned bas been appomeo Seattle, Wash. and h Is qualified as admin]st]atOrlan " n alif d ag Adm "tra '  " ".1  I d has qu .... 1 ........... ms__ _- LENIHAN & IVERS, of the estate of Mabel Roen, Le-itri x of the estate of Raymond Attorneys for Estate, ; * " Sx,eenev Jr. Deceased" that ceased that all persons having John  1114 Norton Building, claims against said deceased areall persons lying claims against Seattle, Wash. hereby required to serve the same  ,o.o. o,o hh,, v Final puhllcatlon August ]0, ou]y verH*eo, on salu a(ImlnlS-lquircd to serve the same duly 1962. trator or his attorneys of record_lverified , on said lli]degarde S. at the address below stated, and[Sweenev or her attorney of record :NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE file the same with the Clerk of[at the "address below stated and OF REAL ESTATE said Court, together with proof of Jfile the same with the Clerk of SHERIFF'S OFFICE such service within six monthslsaid Court, together with proof after the date of first publication tot such service within isix months of this notice, or the same will be]after the date of first publics- barred. Itlon of this notice, or the same Date of first publication, July!will be barred. 27, 1962. I Date of first publication July FRANK ROELL, 20 1962, Administrator of said Estate. I Hlldegarde S. Swceney 2128 N. 89th Street, Administratrix of said Estate Scattte, Wash. 3921 NE 100th Street AUGUST F. IIAHN J Seattle 1, Wash. of REGAL AND McDONNELL, Roger E. Dunham Attorneys for Estate Attorney for Estate, 577 Dexter Itorton Building 419 Securities Bldg., Seatlle 1 Seattle, Wash. s 0 [ Final publication August 3, 1962. Final publication Augu t 1 ,I---,h_-.-.--.---..-"-7,k-.;-- 1962  ' ttorneys for Estate -- 865 Olympic :National Bldg. , . _-..-- I Seattle 4, Wash. LENIHAN & IVElt - ... I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF 2tlorne.YN ...... : " "l-'n ! the State of Washington for the 1, .Norton I III nl g I f'Ol}tts,  2"tn " 10th day of August, 1962, before ,, S,,attle4,Washlngton T''" SUP"rR COUR OF[in"t='",'t.'"g'f, ,. ,,,*.=, ,, the estate nf the Court tiouse door of King  zar.  x-rrxu ................ r I JAMES F I ANIGAN Deceased County, Jefferson Street entrance, tne tate oz washington o / - - " .... " " " Kin" count , n robate, No. 167759. Notice to at Seattle, in the State of Wash-  .. of creditors ington, all of the right, tltle and In the Matter of the Estates :: '. .... --,,------ nn o"d CY I otrce lS nereoy given 1hat toe interest of said defendants and , m or" reased InlUndersigned has been appointed each of them and their com- L'.:. '- CTICEI and has qualified as Executor of munity and the business of Wye- '"'" '"""  .......... ani an (W I)WAI.1.Tg  - WTAT. AC.[the estate of James F. L g , kbfF nterprlses, In ami to ihe' ..'',..i.l FORDeceased; that all persons having following described property, sltu-  ............... i claims against said deceased arc ated In King County, State of DISTRIBUTION. Washington, to-wit: Notice is hereby given that Jack hereby required to serve the same Lot 6, Block 3, Stan-Lee Addl- . Bosson, as Administrator with duly ;eerifled, on said Philip Cor- tion according to plat recorded the Will Annexed of the Estate of boy' or his attorneys of record ai in Volume 50 of plats, page 41, Mathide Bosson Deceased and the address below'stated, and file King County, Washington, corn- as Executor of the Estate of the same with the Clerk of said monly known as 19238 2nd Ave- Cyril "1'. Bosson, Deceased, has Courl, together with proof of such nue o,, filed in the office of the Clerk of: servlce within six months after i Said Court, hls final report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said account, N,,..,,. u, , ^^^ , STATE OF WASHINGTON County .r  - O[ llng SS "Prlvate and seml-Prlvate  ' .... State Llc No. 297 Beautiful Cape Cod on qulet.dead- BY VIRTUE OF A Vv'RIT OF L,. ") "/'5 eno st.  oorms. L)en. .2 Darns, EXE/rT-T e,,,.d nut O f th = "'--,. ..... Full bsmt. Dble. gar. $1,099 do'n, ionorab'le''ulerlo* Court o'f the PLASTERERS o.aJance. ov per mo. or jr z,z.uu, State of Washington for King .  oo.wn,. ess per mo: wonoeHu] County, on the 21st day of June LAS'IEI. and STUCCO atchlng negnoors. Assumpuon ar]sn.11962 by the Clerk thereof in the - - Mrs contev I,A 5-9250 ('as ' " "a k " rle I rates e of Denms Fl n and Cha s A our specialty. Reasunab e . ,, ,^';'rr, ,,i;, , :, , ; ...... LA 4-5,60 " LA 4-5986 r-IVV/i-IUK[NI= HILL:) [Cramer, Plaintiffs, versus Charles - _ fFresh today! Very attractive ram- kAfWyc.kffw? d J'age Doe Wye= v PLUMBERS I bler. 3 bdrms., &famlly rm. onl E ;,. n.ts :e., O/ /a WyCKOI[ ntet prises Deienflants 1 fl. All rooms have lake view. , * PLUMBING & HEATING $27,950 No. 584602, and to me, as Sher- SERVICE ...... ] Charles & Sybil Conley llffNdd asndfied: i_... Radiant Heatlng . . . eceta]t -torel ........... ........ I  nJ  . w, oJll i Dote i 23. D :DO 1 f'-- kAAQA[T , QtNlq ..... "" [That I will proceed to sell at pub- 4501' 9th" Ave NW SU 36850 --] '' " ''"'K aue on Io the hghe, t bidder .... - . S . JwN b   for cash, within the hours pre- -- INSIDE NW 85TIt scribed by law for Sheriff's sales, POSITION WANTED SPAC.5-B)RMS., $14,950 to-wit, ten o'clock a.m., on the MINIMUM DN. FHA HANDYMAN -- Odd ]uPs wanted! by seamen who are waittng tor chips. Experleneed painters. good at carpentry, wlll do h o r e. Ph. Catholic Jeamen's Club. MU 2.4773. ELEMENTARY TEACHER PAROCHIAL or private schonl. Ref. & recommendattons furn- ished. Write Box "K" Progress. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE T. V.: AND .RADIO REPAIR Service calls $3. Work guaranteed. Burien, While Center and sur- 26' llv. rm. dandy fireplace, guest sized din. rm, tfle kitchen, brkfst. nook, full bsmt., 2nd plbg., cab- inet furnace, cutup, roof, perm- anent ceramic siding. Corner lot:. Few blocks public & parochial schools. Redecorating will pay btg dividends here. LOYAL REALTY 7725-24th NW SU 3-1300 ST. ANNE'S 4 bedrooms, den, 2 baths, fire- place. Full basement. Play room. Garage. $14,000. Call Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439. FRIES, PhillLp, 83, died July 14. Requlem July 18 St. Brenaan Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Bavaria. Came here in 1906. Operated a contracting business. Survivors: son, George P. Fries, Bothe11; three daughters, Mrs. Ralph Denny, BotheI1, Mrs. Chris Pedersen, Richmond Beach, and Miss Ann B. Fries, Portland ; a brother, George Fries, Wlnlock, Lewis County, and eight grandchildren. GAIRNS, Andrew B., 78, 8311 Earl Ave. N. W. Requiem July 24 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Hotyrood. Survivors: wife, /.aura; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Miller, M r s. Virginia Smith; three sons, Jack, George and James, Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Anne Gibson, Belllngham and Mrs, Syd Plaxton, Abbots- ford, B. C. Mittelstadt Funeral Home. 1GOE. Miss Helen. 91, St. Vin- cent Home, died July 22. Re- quiem July 25 St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born in St. Paul, Minn. Came here in 1906. Well-known fashion stylist and operator of Helen Igoe Shop for Women 38 years. Survivors: two sisters, Miss Louise Igoe, Seattle, and Mrs. Roland Frith, San Francisco, Bonney-Watson Co. MILNOR, Joseph S., 68, 2116 N. 52nd St., died July 21. Re- quiem July 23 St. Benedict Church. Burial Holyrod. Born in Troy, Mont. Came to Seattle in 1919. Retired cement finisher and member of the Cement Makers Union. Survivors: wife, Mary L,;' brothers, William B., Seattle, Edward E,, Compton, Calif,; Phil, .Bellevue; sisters, vIra. Estella Barnes, Dtshman, Wash, and Mrs. Montie Wilson, Forks. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. In Time of Stress-.-Select An Automatic  Sealing Burial Vault Endorsed and Sold Through All rounding Francis Parish. I:IV Boston AT 3-5511 CH 4-1913 HOLY ROSARY--4 BLOCKS FENDRICH RADZt) & TV 4 BEDROOMS. 1V.2 baths. Recrea- "Member St. Edward't Parlsh" tion room. Full basement. Own- PA. 8-1172 er. WE 2-8685 TO RENT "  OWNER. 2 bedroom home on WANTED I 4 cnrner lots, Puget Sound view. ;MALL ilOUSE O'A'-;I, MEN[ One block from waterfro.t. Two blocks from ferry and stores NEAR church and market. No] I.arge garage. Fenced yard. steps. SU 4-476.5. I $9,500. Easy terms. Phone King- O stn 7-4522 or write PO Bx PROPERTIES 222, Kingston. area. Member. St. BLAINE REALTY and North 150 feet of the west halt of tract 15, and the east 99 feet of the north 150 feet oF tract 17; all in Des Moincs Two Acre Tracts according to plat recorded in volume 10 of plats, page 67, records of King Couuty, Washington, commonly known as 1223 and 1227 So. 230th, Des amounting to One thousand four hundred fourteen and no/100 the date of first pnblication of this notice, or the same will, be! Leading Funeral Diroctore barred. distribute the property to the per- Date of first publication July Monufotured In Tacomo Slncl sons entitled thereto, and to dis- 27, 1962 charge said Administrator with PHILIP CORBOY, [ 190S by te the Will Annexed and said Execu- Executor oF said Estate. I to]'; and that said account and 86oObmplcNational Building! Narthwest'sOIdestBurial Seattle 4, Wash. petition wtll be heard on the 21st day of August, 1962, at 10:00 i GERAGllTY & VOLINN, o'clock A.M. at. the Court Room Moines, Washington; levied on as property of said de- of the Probate Department of said fendants to satisfy a hdgment Court, at which time and place! any pc'son nterested in said es-[ tates may appear and file objee-i (1,414.00) Dollars, attorney's fees tions thereto and contest the of $200.00, the cost of suit and same. Dated this 6th day of July, interest, in favor of plaintiffs, Charles Cramer and Dennis Frank. 1962. T NORM:AN R. RIDDELL Dated this 27th day of June, Clerk of said Court 1962.. By R. S. Hoffeditz First publb:ation July 6, :1962.1 Deputy. t T TIM McCULLO(GH, LENlAAN & IVERS Sheriff. [Attorneys for Estates By CORAL CLA1BOURN 1114 Norton Building Dputy. I Seattle 4, Washington Final nubllcatlon August 3, 1962.1Float, 7/2"//62. --CAPITOL HILL WAT[RFRONT PROPERTY ONE-half block to St. Joseph's. 4 plus bedrooms, l/z baths. $14,- Sf. Huberf's, Whidbey Island Small private deveh)pment, chnlce, low bank, mproved residential lols. Grading, waler and power complete. 'Unexcelled view straits and Olympics. Restricted. Mutiny Bay Call collect S. Whidbey, Ev. 2-5564 or write Russl Rea ty, Freeland, %Vah, 950. EA 2-2068. FOR LEASE OR SALF3 bed- rooms. 1 block from Our Lady of Ihe Lake. 3533 NE 91st. LA 4-5649. -'-F=-D-E 6U( h b-/i/b- fJF-frh f/ l/b-d apartment., near St. Margaret's. View. Owner. EA 3-8174. Vaulf Supplier- Attorneys for Estate, 865 Olyhplc National Bldg, 4326 S. Tacoma Way Seattle 4. Wash. Final publication August 10. GR 2.6551 1962. i i i MADISON LUMBER CO. Pa/nfs, Lsmber and Hardware 2021 E. Madison EAsf 2.8080 L Sedro Woolley KE.MMEICH, J o s ep h, 743 Northern Ave,, died July 20. Re- iem July 23 Immaculate cart of Mary Church. Born in BIrdsvlew, Skagit County. Lived here 17 years. Retired from the Federal Fish and Wildlife Serv- ice. Member of the Elks and Eagles. Survivors: wife, Eula; son, Dudley, Sedro Woolley; three, brothers, John Sedro Wonlley; Alphonse, Portland and "Julius, Everett; three sisters, Mrs. Mary ,Stupfel, St. Paul, Ore., Mrs. Anna Aekerman, Sa- lem and Mrs. Clara Bartosz, Woodburn, Ore. four great-grandchildren. Van- couver Funeral Home. If you haven't been reading The Progress advertisements, you have been losing money. Read and profit. Cassidy-Jerread's Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 Iil!.. II Thought]ut Service Alreays, when your need is greatest ... All Fnc|lifies on Ground Floor t.'  CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED Adams F0rkner .UA.T. A00A.S.Ow.. | 4214 UNIVER$1PiWAlr _ j wa #r. ,'k.v  v f * w g STL ",1111111 191n" : ML 2-0211 v te ._ J