Newspaper Archive of
Catholic Northwest Progress
Seattle, Washington
August 24, 1962     Catholic Northwest Progress
PAGE 9     (9 of 30 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 9     (9 of 30 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
August 24, 1962
 

Newspaper Archive of Catholic Northwest Progress produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2019. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p,m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Efension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVRULE2 OO. ME. 2-4333. RE. SU. 4-1916 MEMBER s&apos;r. BENEDIC'I'S i i ERICKLAYING IRISH STONE MASON BRICK AND STONE WORK FIREPLACE SPECIALIST CALL EM 3-2523 i CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLS'I' CLEANING in your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CATERING SERVICE I ' I HOMES FOR SALE '! HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE OUR LADY OF THE LAKE !82n3-21st N.E. $12,950. Exterior just painted. Attractive 2 bed- room rambler. NO basement. l.ovely garden. Mrs. Conley, LA 5-925o. CLOSE 29th NE & NE 62nd $13 350 3 bdrms, on J fl. Remodeicd mod- ern rambler, luxurious full ISle bath. Big farm kttch., Ig. Ilv. & den rms. Part bsmt. for laundry & new hotal,, furnace. Bryan Conley, LA 5-9250. VIEW RIDGE $1,000 Down Beautiful Cape Cod on quiet dead- end st. 3 bdrms. Den. 2 balhs, full bsmt. Dble. garage. $1,000 down, balance $155 per mo, or if 2,200 down, less per on. Wom- derful neighl)ors. Assumption Parish. Mrs. Conlcy, LA5-9250. VIEW RIDGE 3 latrms. & 2 sets plumbing on fl. Daylight roe. rm. 4th bdrm. & extra ':, plumbing in bsmt. Dble gar. $-4,900 tin. Mrs. Cooley, LA 5-9250. SPLASH OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 5 BDRMS. LAKE VIEW $ I 6.950 I YES! A SWIMMING POOL! It's un- believeable but true. Owner transferred and needs fast sale: Large 6 on 1 with finished base-; ment. Fenced back yard, ntcelY l landscaped with patio adjoining the delightful pool. I.arge de- tached garage. Low FtlA terms awdlable. To see this first time advertised spceial call EM4- I180 on ad. 1852. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. 'Lake City Office' EM 4-1180 ST. MARK'S ! REDUCED $500 I 3 BDRMS. i 11 FINISHED BSMT. HOLY FAMILY PARISH $150 DOWN $11,500 "QI:ICK POSSESSION" Glistening white bungalow withl brand new 81000 permanent! siding. Glassed in entry porch, l Pleasant vie w. laving room. lluge family kitchen in yellow i with comp[Imentarv grey tile] all the way a 'otl ld. ;iodci'n l bath in maroon tile 2 comfort-{ able bedrooms on ,he malnl level. Full basement has fin-i lshed recreation room, 3rd bed-i room finished and workshop. Ituge detached garage with] metal overhead door and extra: storage In i)ack. Cule white Pray for them... In 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 Roy. William O'Neill, J,C.D., died Aug. 26, 1943. The Roy. Leo W, Sweeney, playhouse in back ya,'d, i M, M, died Aug. 28, 1944. our excluslvc, Call Cit3-1550 SOUTH END BROKERS, INC. The Rev. Peter R. Smyth, 11036 1st Avenue South died Aug. 26, 1958. ! The Rev. James Hagerty, EXPERIENCED CATERESS. Why be nervous? I.et me help. Din- ners. L u n c h c o n s. Weddings. Fancy Sandwiches. hiE. 2-2415; = CONTRACTING "" OR"R o o aEPAitttNt, new Ioofs, gutters and downspouts. &abeltos and eampusltion sid- ing. Free estimates, tluaranteed work. Call C. R. M A R(3 Y ES, 4-0481 840 Poplar Place H ZEN------ffS s;i'iTO-Ci;iN---dU. Complete remodeling service. room additions, relmirs, inter- mr, exterior, Insured. References. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 Pum-bing. w Lr 1 ng. Additions. R o o f in g. uutters, Mornings. T. J. Fitzgerald, i ,IEA 5-0128 i FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen! adjacent bed,'oom makes a nice[ 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480{ housekeeping unit for Morn and . ..... I Dad! Oak floors and fh'eplace, blL,bUU stated, and file the same with the' Clerk of said Court. togelher with cem e:Mm" I guest dining room plus IIUGE{Ch)se In spacious o Icr home only proof of such service within six -- 'ST !t!(dmel>#t/tBiChrafb:b}nn tt, 2Gr" ea'l( t,.A,n,,,,, ib'r2rny e. months after the date of first .1 same will be barred. FOR RENT: In ivcrs'. Acres om 4, wo'rkshoI) and play space Quiet "TY S'ttn publication of this notice, or the b.ed,'oom, 1 ,. iatooSUmuto,i street nice distriet near 65th I , ..,,.  ....... Dale of first publication August car 00arage,) I AVE"BFCK REALT00 -- AT4-550,, lO, 1962 ' JOSEPI{ J. LANZA, large grounds, fruit trees and l inc., __A_'--____C:_ '_ ow o-, ..... i ' ' Administrator W.W.A. of said shrubbery, outdoor f replace anti CAPITOL HILL : Bar-B-Q,'partv furnishc,l ,$1651 " LEGAL NOTICES i Estate 1440 Washington Building, er month 1st" md l lSL n.on.th s I ST JOSEPH'S I---^-- ----- seattle, Wash. Pent in atvancc; availanle . 'r-rrf'f f" ------------------------iROSLING, WILLIAMS, Au tst 151h P])C lezcrn b Dl-IJKk.Ik.dlVl.b  g , . ." " , JAMFS P HEAIY Ivers, PA 3-3150 for appo,ntm t./ ,) v  ....  Attor,(e /or 'stt I,ANZA & KASTNER. ..................... kDINLI Ir ZOU I Y - e Attorneys for Estate, ) , '1440 Washington Building - -------ccc%y HOTEL / ............. ' .... ,., 3515t South 54th Street !Seattle, Wash. i , i n "IN 'l'l-[]esnPgR1l'l8T OF Final publieatlon Aug. 24, 1962 BLOCK. CA C .  . gl ,. " . _ _'r ..i the State of Washington for the l .................................... MA 3-4174 kicnen nasemenl cao Ac oil{ Co,,n . r Kin  3IAIA)NE & MeBRIIIE S_-P-{TE.:S-- oh%tchNe, 'v'inbsPh.asndFltslin--the"Mae{ter"  g" the Estate of] Attoraeys for ,:state Can accommodate 26 persons. 1A'30836'" g " YI LYDIA E TYLFR MONCHER, I 4741,/ Rainier Avenue South Large clean double t)cdro.om=s n " ,'k.; ............. : t Deceased NO 167635 Notice toi Seattle S, Washington Catholic home. Rcasonao,e..tqa .utJ Hwr,., ' Creditors LI INthTHE SUPERIOR COURT OF 13th South. EA 5-0749. 1408 N.E. 42nd -- ME 2-0200 r,,,,c ;" .,,... ,.., .._. ,. e Slate of Washington for RG.E studlob-rn--fb-T-ady-l T /CqEDI-I' ]undersigned has been appointed In ti ,'"":"'" " ....... F b!ockto St. Joseph's share kit- "'" vk'l I  { a a h ...... 11 -' ........... +--s na,ter o[ toe state or , ...... " ............ " .......... I JOSEPII MOSS ,Deceased In of the above entitled estate" that ' C ' chenette. Auto laundry. $35 POSSIBLE 5 BR S ,__________rJail persons having claims against I probate. No. 168395. Notice to month. EA 5-.%379. .it=- PRICE REDUCED $1b,000 taidseaeCeeaStaaet%emnerebdVutequ)ere! is the appoint- 700;lVr0000,.signed --out kitchen. Reasonable. Close 3 coTS PLUMB NG -- n" &i ....... '+ .... , .... -]cd and qualified Executrix of the O or- [lieu, on Sau u-ut,,a wt tt,;tra b ...... ',' "__.. ore en[iHeo estate All persons to Seattle "U". 1026 James. Only 2 blocks to church andlattornev of record at the adlh'ess._ " . .' . .-'- "i __ '" Inavlng (,alms against sa O ne easefl ale requlrcfl tO serve same the many fine features of this[with the Clerk of said Court, to- I .... - " . .' '-' .. I FURNITURE school. For details regardlngbelow st.ated, and file the same'Con sam- exeemrlx' " - or- ' .... ner at(or I , family home call, Mary Brace-tgelher wtth proof of such service, nexs at taX'nddrc:ss be ow _ 71 LARGP-'I' 1 n E.h. 3-8717 twilhln six months after the date.an y . staten I r-eei: file same with the (lcrk of of first publication of this notice the Eastslde. open Frlday e e - CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. I -- " ...... Isald Court to-other with  ...... lng. "Free delivery" Credit. 11550 O re Way EA 2-0700 t orr+.tne same. 'r -+xl't-'''''--'lo-Be narreo^ .... .,set'vicel" " with" n ..... six monthsV'""after I"" AABS. REDMOND FURNITURE[ ,-"!10th 1962 " s ,first publication of th s notice. ] UUK L/'UJ UP il-l L/M<.I- " ' Co-executors of said Estatel Date of f rot publication, August ARIZONA STONE EXTERIOR Gordon L. Tyler " ;22, .?67Z A ! MOD RN BI ] Norman E Tler  BETIt MOSS   i= 4 ':DRM. COLONIAL ' " -' [ "   ' .... South! 3515 South 541h Street 4741b) Rainier Avenue MICK McHUGH'S open stairway, rcerealional space. Tacoma 9, Washington Scattte, Washington Dishwasher Disposal. S1 orm I JAMES J. McBRIDE of donrs and screens. Professional- JAMESAtlorney P'forHEALYEstate i MALONE & McBRIDE, HAUL-ALL SERVICE ,y landscaped grounds. Fruit 3515Vz South 54th Slreet Attorneys fnr Estate lrccs. All this in (:lose in Wedge- Reasonable rates wood Park area, for $18,750 Tacoma 9, Washington i4741', Raln{er Avenue South Final 8-24-62 I Scatile 8, Washington EA 4-8754 FIIATerms. . ....................................... Ftnal publication September 7, CRAWFORD & CONOVER, CORBETT, SIDERIUS 1962. HELP WANTED I INC. & LONEltGAN ROBERT H. LAM - Attorneya for Estate 18(140 35ih Ave N E -- I A 3-5555 Attorney for Estate ALES positions now available for[ ......... == ........... = __.'_' .... __'--''"'_x 847 Iokan Bldg, 1407 Alaska Building AcLoplete home. library. W or.k,CHRIST ?t4E " KING,BY OWNER Seattle, ,,'ash. Seattle, ,,'ash. from leads ann reler als. nls o, .,m. ,,.w. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF is a publishing Masterpiece 6 ON 1 RAMBLER the State of Washington for the the State of Washington for the every Catholic lt omc can be County of King. County of King. .proud to owa. For further infor- LARGE level tree shaded fenced In the matter of the Estate of In the matter of the Guardianship{ oat,on: call Mr. Sig Schuster, yard. Large dining room with CHARLES W. McCABE, De- of JAMES E. STEVENS, Incom- ME. 3-2007 or IVIE. 2-8848. slldlngglass doors to 16x16 patio ceased. In probate. No. 168379. petent. In probate. No. 168193. dcck. Tile kitchen, bath and Notice to creditors. Notice to creditors. OUSEKEEPER. Southwest Wash- ington. On main highway. One{ window sills. 3 lovely bedrooms Notice ls hereby given that the Nntice is hereby given that the hour from Portland. One priest, with wardrobe closets. Base- undersigned has been appointed undersigned has" been appointed Comfortable quarters. Wonder- men(. Wall to wall carpet and and has qualified as Executor of and has qualified as guardian of ful opportunity for right per- I draperies in e 1 u d e d. $18,500. the estate of Charles W. McCabe, the estate of James E. Stevens, son. Non-smoker. Reply to Prog- t FM 3-3795 after 6 p.m. or week- Deceased; that all persons having incompetent that all persons hay- ends. claims against said deceased are Ing claims against said deceased tess Box "II". -- ,-.-,,,,,,- hereby required to serve the same, are berebv required to serve the )ERLY WOMAN TO M A K El hi. k.,k/I-11::KJ{NI-b t duly verified, on said Executor or same dul'; verified, on said guar- HOME WITH WORKING MOTtt- E DElDt'f%k AC his attorneys of record at the dlan or fiis attorney of record at ER AND THREE SCItOOL AGE{ o tgL.LI\\;M2k.dlVIO laddress below stated, and file the the address below .tated, and file CHILDREN. SOME COMPENSA-] Full basement -- fireplace. { same with the Clerk of sam Court, the same wlth the Clerk of said TION. WRITE -- P O Box 414 Vacant. Immediate possession, together with proof of such serv- Cour together with proof of such Burien Washington. $14,750 appraised. ]ice within six months after the servic'e within six months after TEACHE'R Dd -- CALL LA S-3700 date of first publlea.t!o.n of thi: the date of first publication of pendable woman to care for her ePDTA'fr l" ]':'AT "T"V  amice or toe same Will oe Darreml this notice or the same will be 3 small girls (1 in school). 5! --''d'+,2,f. - Date of first publication August barred ' day week. Start August. 30. Live l .................. Y. t17 1962 . j Date of first publication August out. Must have own transporta- --'-'--'-"T---'-t'C--- ' "C 'It LONERGAN JR. 124 1962 tlon. South end. CH 2-8115. I Good faml)l" "home['o l .... Exectltor of said ;state. I ' ' JOHN P NAISH ,a,JROUSEKEEPER wan(l--fb-r'--pai'- . ,  Y - n ev.el_JO.t. 847 Logan Bldg.  I Guardian of said Estate Ish near Seattle. One pr,est.[ on')r2rlaonra]errolUmUs aa Seattle, Wash. I 1407 Alaska Building, /Easy house to care for. Social i ...... '. ,. , . ,. CORBETT SIDERIUS [ Seattle Wash Securily ,.overage. B.e ply to }{A "rceP'w{recner ryer" Att&orLONErRGAN;tate ]ROBERT tJ. LAMB, Progress Box "C". . ' " " .. , torney Ior Eslate, tact Call Mrs Murphy EA2 I 140 ask al-]-V--(:l6--'rld''{lnch o'71f' ' " 847 Logan Bdg [ 7 Af a Building ,',U,'N-,- ........... Seattle, Wash.  Seattle Wash ' for elderly semi-invalid woman. I VII'qL.IN/ [9. M]LLPK, INk.,. Final publication August 31,1 Flnai publication September 7 3 hours dally. Monday through] LA2-5626 1962. FridaY. St. Johns Parish. SU2-13817 N.E. 45th 11962. " . ' 8081 nr LA 2-7302. I A Distinctive New Address ......................... ,Qii/iEi:-MA@Tff-61--- RESPONSIBLE person to care for JAMES J. DORE of IMPERIAL E f KARR. TUTTLE, CAMPBI, , small chihtren 9 to 5 daily. Mon-I DORE, DUBUAR & PORE KOCH & GRANBERG I day through Friday. EA 3-8820t aS Attorneys for Estate Attorneys /or Estate f after 6 p.m. or wcck-cnds. Visit the furnished show houses. 1429 Washington Bldg, 1210-1411 l,'om:tli Avenue Building{ Seattle, Wash. Seattle Wash. [ cre-.-('e('-hou-.clc-e-{ ()pen dally noon 'ttl dark or Call]lN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF IN THE SUPER'IOR COURT OFi er. Rectory. 2 priests. Near Se-J to Pro rcss Box P.I SH 6-9221, Prestige ttomes, Inc. the State of Washington for the the State of Washington for the{ ST. PATRICK'S County of King. County of King. . .... I In the matter of the Estate of In the matter of tne wsate (n, IMPORTS Largo family home. 5 bedrooms. 3 DIMITRY NIKITIN, Deceased. In .]OLIN W. NEWELL and IDA E. I bath,'ooms. Modern kitchen with probate. No. 168371. Notice to NEWELL. Deceased. In probate. [ WILD BILL'S breakfast nook W/w carpet, creditors. No. 168398. Notice to creditors. WORLD OF IMPORTS Drapes. Owner. EA 3-1057. Notlce is hereby given that the Notlce is hereby given that the Unique gifts for men and women. 1 BLOCK -- SACRED HEART undersigned has been appointed undersigned has been appointed Lower Pike Place Market VILLA. 3 bcdronm family home. and has qualified as Executrix of and has qualified as Executrix I II IIII I ' Large lot in l.aurelhurst club the estate of Dim,try Ntkitin, De- of the estate of John W. Newell MISCELLANEOUS FOR 5ALE _ar ea. I__-:_4"3721_o_r__E_A. 2-3440 ceased; that all persons having and lda E. Newell, Deceased; that NEAR new Guadalupe church. 4 claims against sahl deeease(l are all persons having claims against METSKER MAPS bedrooms. 1', baths. Daylight hereby required to serve the same Seattle--Tacoma--Portland basement witl large lot, 65x165. duly verified, on said Janie CITY POCKET GUIDES WE 7-8656. I Sl)ruksts a/k/a Eugenia Spruksts SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS ST. JOSEPH'S or her attorneys of record at the Everything in ,he Map Line CALL McCUTCHEN REALTY address below "stated, and file the WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES FOR. RENTALS same with the Clerk of said Court, MIKE'S FOR CYCI,ES MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 together with proof of such serv- ALSO RENTALS ........ lee within six months" after the date of first publication of this USedERS__Parts_Renla].Washing machines pA.and 3-2605DRY" ITELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE notice, or the same will be barred. & PA. 5-1523. 8442 Dallas Arc. S. T.V. TROUBLE? Date of first publication August: L-IKE NEW. Hammond electrlc Call LA 4-3233 17, 1962. organ. Hardwood, Solid walnut. All makes, Bring set and save DOn,. DITRUAI & DORE Cost 3,100, will sacrifice, $2,200. se,'vice call, Free tube testing. 3"AME 3. DOBE. Call PA. 5-6999. For Marine Weather Forecast of Attorneys of said F, state, NURSING HOME call LA 4-3234. 14 Washlntnn Building NORTHGATE T.V, 8311 5th N.E. LA 4-3233 eltlo. Xrnsh. 8TUBB[NGS NURSING HOME FENDRICH RADIO & TV .T&]' .T. TfWW: "Catholic operated" "Member St Edward's Parlsll" IA')O XaM.,Inn BM. BELVEDERE TERRACE 6 BR'S-.-FULI, BSMT. LEGAL NOTICE O.MJ., died Aug. 27, 1957. $1,0oo DOWN 2 YEAR OLD The Rev. Michael Aloysius (CI.OSE TO WlNDEMERF) 31 BETTERTI1AN NEW i I Quinland, died /ug. 29, 1944. bdrms, on 1 fl. FuI1 bsmt. Lg. IThis is a beatitlful and spotlessly /IOilN(" WIIIIAMS I ltv. rm. Separate din. rm. Fin- I ('lean home in an excellent res- I I,ANZ)'" ,-,' i The Rev. William Quigley, ished, re('. rm l.ovelv. ,secluded I dent ,'tl ,a,'ca. l/..arge floor plan), r Atl rraex s'.- f,,'... % Ji.;... ...... , i died Aug. 29, 1951. garden $1,000 dn. Bal. ,$145 per] 3 bedrooms. ].w,ng room, Din-r l.t4a %Vnshin,.t,n II,,ll,li, . mo In( taxes Qu'ck posses- ing r(om, Brcakfast nooR and --, ;:,t''/''{u', .a-..e, .-..s-.'{" .........  tl sion. Mrs. Conley LA5-9250 t love y kitchen on main floor, l iN TItE SLPERIOR Tm W qT PATICk"q I Recreatmn room and 3 bedr)om the State of Washinc, tnn rn*. h I Everett -" --' "'"'"  ' " s n "  ......... e, , , area in fu I (lay ght bmeme t,[ o v CA[IqOL ttIl.1. -- Very selett o r ....... q );+. mho,,ands, - C u,lt of King. ...... . .  ..cp,.e,  --,,. * -o I In the .I nf,oP nf th 12e|,. n OCZKE%VICZ, Mrs, A I b e r t l'CrlOn Dome yet 'moflern as tO- " " " .............  ..... " " _ - " , I worth of extras in(lu( mg high JENNIE [-A')rA'/, n.,, .... mo,'row " o bdrros pen 4 / I . 1! + , H .Hn, I .... ,*x., JXUUlJ%.t. (].enal, 72, died July 28. Re- . ' . ' " " " - gra,, wa,. o .v,.. ca')..... also known S   ' baths beaut, ful kitchen family[ ............................ I . . , a. JENNIE G.] quiem August 2 Immaculate ' ' CUStOIII (lltpe iJUllL 111 uvun llU R O " " i'm. with frple 3-car garage [ - " "- :" " )-" x ........ n-' ] O NF.Y also knnwn as JEN- Coneeption Church. Born in Nor- ", , range rcrgea( u.net a t I N1E ROONPY walk, Wis. Resident of Everett spr,nkler system Qu ck posses- ' ' s " , Deceased In ." dryer and fh'eplace screen..] Pi'obate No 168085 Notice to 50 years. Past president of Ire- s on $6 000 down Call Mrs Con- A1;'mlnu scl-ns throughout  " ' " lev I A'5-9250 i ........ , ' t:renitors, maculate Coneeption Altar So- "[ {' g  / } f' I Fully insulated Large lot. At-i Notle Is '--1-,. -'"^- '"* -'- -,narles & ,/th onley I taehed garage. "This home must { undcrsi,ned"aresben"a)'on" mcmbcrCietv' St.ofBridget'Sthe ProvldenceGUild anditos.a 5511 N.E. 65th " LA5-92501 be= =se en tO be appreciated, land ha, quallned as Admlnist e- piial Auxiliary. Survivors: hus- I ,o,.J,,. ., .... I for, W.W.A., of the estate or band; two .ons, Albert and Call today on AD .Nu zqz / rN I- I"% & h t  I ,-' ....... " I Jennle Garland Rooney, aka Jen- I,Ioyd, Everett; three daughters, k LJ I I LJ IX It M I t-M Z-3U/U nle G. Rooney, aka Jennie Rooney, Margaret Oczkewicz. England; ( ) I3 I J IX, I V  .,',OTU I-^CT Dr^/TV De(eased. that all nersons having Mrs. Jean Cinkovlch, Tacoma , .gamst sam oeceasen are and Mrs. Rila llooper, Evereib; TERR F C-- 7 500 [____155o!! B_ot_hc!) W.V ---. hereby rcqt red to serve the same, b r o t h e r, John Brtedenhack, i * ' ' - duly verified, on said administra- Marshf ed, Wls.; ]8 grand- 'EXTRA, complete kitchen, withi 5 BDRMS toL WAV.A. ][e his attorneys of children. Cassidy-Jerread Fu- " record at address )elow neral Itonle. Marysville ltlLLAIRE, Mrs. i'hll (Marg- aret), 56, Star Route. died AUK- ust 15. Requiem August 18 St. Mary Church. Native of Yakima. Lived most her life here. Mem- ber of Yakima Indian trlle. Survivors: husband; two sons, Charles and Phil Jr.; two daughtcrs, Miss Dorothy Hll- laire, Cordova, Alaska and Mrs. Virglnla Stelnbach, Sea t t I e; lhree grandchildren, Schaefer Funeral Home. Renton MEADOWS, Wayne A., 29. 1106 N. St., died August 15. Was in- Jured in an automobile accident a year ago. Requiem August 18 St. Anthony Church. Born in Port Gamble Lived in Renton since 1942. Worked nine years as a miller for the Albers Milling Co. Survivors: wife, Nancy; three children, Karen, George and Daryl Meadows; his mother, Mrs. Vivian Meadows, Seattle; a brother, Dennts Meadows, Seat:- lle; a sister, Mrs. James McCord, Morrow, Ga., and his maternal randparenls, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. an Cleave, Kelso. Stokes Fu- neral Home. Seattle AUSTIN', Philip A., 42. died August 11 in Silver Springs, Maryland. Requiem August 17 in Silver Springs, Graveside services at Ilolyrood, August 22. Born in Seattle and lived here 41 years. Was license inspector under the State Health Department until a year ago when he moved to SilVer Springs to work with the Federal Government. Survivors: wife, Phyllis; daughters,. Connie L. and Michelle; son, Steven, all of Silver Springs; mother, Mrs. Annetta Austin, Seattle. Man- nings Funeral Home. BATCHELOI %Villiam J. C., 58, 18822 "S.E. 108th Si., died August 16. Requiem St. Anthony Church August 20. Born in Win- nipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Came here 40 years ago. Was em- ployed by the Kenworth Com- pany for 11 years and termi- nated his work three years ago. Survivors: wife. Mar E.; son, Wayne D, Renton; brothers, James F., Frank L.. Bud L., Walt A., all of Seattle. LEGAL NOTICES KANE & SPELLMAN, Attorneys for Estate, 007 Arctic Building Seattle 4, %Vaahington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF The State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of FRANCIS A. NOVAK, Deceased. In Probate. No. 167981. Notice to Creditors. Notice ls hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Francis A. Novak, Deceased; that all persons having claims against sa{d deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or hls altorneys of record at the address bclmv'stated, and file the same with the Clerk nf said Court, together with proof of such serv- ice within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, August 17, 1962. S/JOSEPH S. KANE, said deceased are hereby required Executor of said Estate. to serve lhe same, duly verified, 907 Arctic Building, Seattle 4 Vqash on sald Murlel Mawer or her at-i , . torneys of record at the address lKANE & SPELLMAN, below stated and file the same lAttorneys for Estate, with the Clerk of said Court, to-1907 Arctic Building, gethcr with proof of such servlcel Seattle 4, Washington within six months after the datelFlnal 8-31-62 of first puhlicatlon of this notice, I or ihe same will be barred. [ Date of first publication Aug, Book On Suffering 24, 1962. t MURIEL MAWER, ) Executrix of said Estate. I Is Translated 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue[ Building, Seattle, Wash./ TAEGU, Korea (NC) -- The MURIEL MAWER of I Benedictine monks of nearby KARR, TUTTI,E. CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG, I Waegwan have just published a Attorneys for Estate, book on the Christian interpre- 1210-14:il Fourth Avenue Building, tat,on of suffering translated O my Lord nd Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong rms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh frgrnce of Thy consoltions. Let the absolving words be said over me, nd the holy oil sign and seal me; nd let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; nd let Thy Mother Mary come to me, nd my ngel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints nd my own dear patrons smile on me, tht in nd through them ll I may die s I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith nd in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinl Newman. Seattle BOULET, Mrs. Ray (Gertrude), 69, 12327 3rd Ave, .E., died Au- ust 18. Requiem August 21, St. Iatthew Church. Burial Holy- rood. Bnrn in Denison, Tex. Came here 56 years ago. Retired in 1940 after serving as a Post- Intelligencer switchboard oper- ator since 1934. Member of the Third Order of St. Dominie. Sur- vivors: husband Ray', sons, Leon Gr zzell, Edmonds, ' and James Or|zzell, Seattle; sister, M r s. Charles Brewer, Seattle, Man- ning and Sons Funeral Home. BRAINARI), Mrs. Katherine, 1719 N. ]28th St., died August 19. Requiem August 23 Christ The King Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born in Seattle. Was ac- tive in Alpha Gamma Delta sor- ority Mothers' Club. Survivors: husband, Les; daughters, Mrs. Warren Pattison, Miss Sa ll y Brainard; mother,  Mrs. Flora Sullivan; brother, William Sulli- van, and three grandchildren, all of Seattle. Mlttelstadt-Ballard Funeral Home. BItESLIN, Mary Ann, 81, for- met Seattle resident, died Au- gust 16 in Lakeport, Calif., where she had llved four years. Requiem August 21 St. Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Streeter, Ill. Came here in 1907. Lived here until 1948. Surviv- ors: sons, William P. Breslln, Sealtle, and Thomas M. Breslin, Upper Lake; sister Mrs. Laura Watk ns, San Francisco; broth- ers, Daniel Sweeney, Seattle, and James Sweeney, San Ber- nardino. Calif., three grandchil- dren and six great-grandchil- dren. Columbia Funeral Home. CllIBERTSON, Mrs. A i e x (Beatrice), 62, 413 S. Brandon St.. died August 20. Requiem August 24 St. George Church. Burial Calvary. Born at Dryad, Lewis County. Came here 45 years ago. Left here 14 years ago to become a police matron in C(ms Bay, Ore., returning in 1960. Survivors: husband, Alex; daughter, Mrs. Patricia Munday of Seattle; son Marine cpL Richard L. St. Jacque of Brem- erton; brother, Albert House of Seattle, and three grandchil- dren. Georgetown Funera 1 Home. DA].Y, James B., 51, 3017 12th Ave. W., died August 14. Re- iem August 18 St. Margaret urch. Burial Holyrood. Born tn Seattle. Attended St. Mar- (aret Elementary School and 'Dea High School. Member of the Holy Name Soetety and Ballard Elks Lodge. Sur'vlvors: wife, Teresa; daughter, Mrs. Charles Jones; mother, Mrs. Dora Duly; brother, Clarence, and four randchildren, all of Seattle. offner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. DeTUI.LIE, Marie, 89, 13045 Pacific Highway S., died August 14. Requiem August 17 St. An- thony Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Fond du Lac, Wis. Moved to Quincy, Grant County, in 1917. She moved to .Enum- claw for four years before mov- ing to California. Came to Seat- tle in 1928. Member of the Third Order of St. Francis, the Legion of Mary, the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, St. Joseph's Union, Confraternity of the Immaculate Virgin and the Confraternity of St. Anne's Sh ri n e. Survivors: brothers, Alovsius Koenlgs, Buckley, and Loffls Koenigs, Xpokane; sisters, Mrs. Helen Williams, Weiser, Idaho, and Mrs. Mlllle Gross, Scappoose, Ore. John Kalin Fu- neral Home. Births SEATTLE--Providence Hospl: tal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Edward Veazy, boy. Aug. 14. John Adalr, girl, Aug. 14. Harold Corkrey, Jr., boy, Aug. 14. Michael O'Grady boy, Aug. 1. Donald Petersen boy, Aug. 15. Joe Folino, boy, &ug. 15. Thomas Racicot girl, AUR. 15. Ralph Kllngshlrt Rlrl, Aug. 16. Donald Zeeh, gil Aug. 16. Eugene Crystal, lrl, Aug. 16. Alan Daub, boy, Aug. :17. Ronald Brown, i ,v. Aura 17, Alan Stone, girl, Jkug. "7. Victor Giullani, irl, Aug. 17. Albert Roundtree boy, Aug, 1"/. Buddy Kammer, twins, boy and girl Aug. 17. James Vaux, girl, Aug. 17. John Rodems, girl, Aug. 18. Stephen Pelegrlni, hoy0 Aug. 18. James McCarthy, girl Aug, 18. James Rlchards, boy, Aug. 19. William Speed, boy," Aug. 19. William Lagerquist, boy, Aug. 19. Robert Clough, boy, Aug. 20 Liborio Montalbano, boy, Aug, 20. James Volk, girl, Aug. 20, Ray Reno, girl, Aug. 20. BELLtNGHAM  St, droseph General Hospital reports the fal- lowing births to Mr. and Mrs.: James Mulligan, boy, August 15. Willis Robinson, gil, August 15. Ted Strozyk, girl August 19. CHEHALIS--St" Helen Hospi. tal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs,: Edward Cerkan, boy, August 8. Robert Nesland, girl, August 11. John Paul,s, girl, August 14, Leo Kotano, girl, August 15. LONGVIEW--St" John Ho|pl. tal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Elberg, Rlrl, August 10. Therman Pellham, girl, August 14. TACOMAt" Joseph Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: James Sipes, boy. August 6. Herbert Ltndberg, boy, August 8. William Gobel, boy, August 10.. Leslie Jackson, girl, August 11. ,Jeffrey Goon, girl. August 11, Larry Campbell, girl, August 12. Donald Gunnell, boy, August 13. Edward Kurtz, boy. August 14, John Murray, girl, August 13. James Maniatis, boy, August 15. Lennard Manke, boy, August 15. William Cline, girl, August 16. Thomas Baker, girl, August 16. Sam Jenkins Jr., boy, August 16. Barrie Jackson, girl, August 17. Roland Smith, girl, August 17. William Ubelacker, girl, August Seattle F.ERNANDEZ. Bernice, 56, 3036 62nd Ave. S.W,, died Au- ust 20. Requiem August. 22 oly Rosary. Burial Holyrood. Born in Seattle. Was a graduate of Holy Names Academy and Providence Hospital school of nursing. Was a memher of the Seattle Catholic Nurses Asso- ciation. She had moved to Red- wood City, Callf., 21 years ago and returned here a year agn. Was a nurse at West Seattle G e n e r a 1 Hospital. Survivors: daughter, Ann K., Seattle; sons, Patrick J. Fernandez, San Fran- cisco, and James A. Fernandez, in Hawaih sisters, Mrs. Frank O'Neill and Mrs. Lillian Finn,- an, both Seattle. Manning and ons Funeral Home. HA(;EN. Edward J,, 3234 Port- age Bay PI. E., died August 14,; Requiem August 18 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral Burial Holyrood. Born tn Mil- waukee, Wis. Came here 73 years ago. Had been heavyweight box- ing champion of the West Coast before World War I and was a retired baker. Survivors: wife, Virginia; sons, Stanley K., Port Orchard, and Edward J., Jr,, California; sisters, Mrs. Mary Vanderlip, Mrs. Ida Montgomery, Mrs. Rose Keim, Mrs. Cathleen Rohner, and Mrs. Lilly Wheeler, all of Seattle; and Mrs. Amanda McLelland, Mercer Island, and Adellne Hagen, California. Boa- hey-Watson Funeral Home. JORDAN, Maj. Lyle N., 55, 3714 S. 172nd St., died August 18. Requiem August 22 St. Ed- ward Church. Born in Pasco. Served in the United States Air Force and came to Seattle in 1957 after retiring as a major. Employed by The Boeing Co. until last January. Survivors: wife, Katherine M.; son, Mark Jordan of Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Myrna Mentges of Wash- ington, D.C.; brother, Everett Jordan of Weisser, Idaho, and a half-brother, Donald Wolgamott of Seattle. Ploger Funeral Home. PETSCHL, Frank T.. 616 20th Ave; N., died August 17. Re- quiem August 21 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Seattle. Graduated fr6m Seattle Preparatory School. W o r k e d first as a butcher and then as an appliance salesman. Member of the Knights of Columbus Council No. 676. Survivors: wife, Mary T.; son, Frank J.; daugh- ters, Mary Ellen Molloy, Ann M. and Kathleen; father, Frank M.; brother, Thomas J., and three randchlldren, all of Seattle. ooth-Ashmore Funeral Home. POWERS, Michael J., 66, 1835 N. 53rd St., died August 17. Re- quiem August 22 St. Benedict Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Ireland. Came to Seattle 45 eara ago from San Francisco. e retired in 1946 after 25 years with the Seattle Police Depart, ment. Survivors: sons, James S., Alderwood Manor, and William H., Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Clay- ton Olson, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Charles Stapleton, Spokane; sev- eral brothers and sisters in Ire- land; and 10 grandchildren. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. REUTER. Mrs. Maria, 82, 3446 40th Ave. S.W., died August 14. Requiem August 18 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Borla in Berlin, Germany, and came to Seattle In 1959 from Manchester. Survivors: son, Alfred E. Reuter, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Otto Green- berger, Seattle; a grandchild and four great-grandchildren. How- den-Kennedy Funeral Home. RAMoS, Eugene O,, 59, 83 Pike St., died August 14. Re- quiem August 20 Church of the Immaculate. Burial Holyrood. Born in Leyte Province in the Philippine Islands. Came here 30 t years ago. Retired chief pet y officer in the Coast and Geodetic Survey. Had no sur- vivors here, SOWINSI, Normaa, 10, 16050 51St Ave. S., died August 19 as a result of Injuries received when his bicycle collided with an automobil August 18. Re- quiem St, Thomas Church, Riv- erton. Was a pupil at the Crest View Elementary School. Sur, vivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs, Leo J. Sowinskl; three brothers, Roy, in the Navy, and Bernie and James Sowinsky, both of Seattle, and three sisters, Marie Sowinski and Mrs. Charles Nel- son, both of Seattle, and Mrs. William Coffman, Tacoma. White Center Funeral Home. SITB Btmlllo O., 76, 72 Main St., died August 17. Re- quiem St. James Cathedral Au- USt 23. Burial Holyrood. Born Launion Province in the Philippines, Was a cannery worker. Had lived here since 1924. Surviving are a brother, Lauro Subala, Detroit, and sev- eral nephews in Seattle. John Kalin Funeral Home. Cassidy-Jerread's Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. Jmes Caidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 i THE PROGRESS--9 Friday, Aug. 24, 1962 Seattle WHITE, H. Genevieve (Miss), 74, 515 N.E. 84th St., died Auo gust 19. Requiem August 22, St. Catherine Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Peoria. Ill. Came here 53 years ago. Had worked as receptionist for several phy- slelans and was saleslady for Kaufer Co. for 10 years before retiring In 1958. Survivors: nelces, Mrs. Helen Munell, Mrs. Mary Thomas and Mrs Marian T t and, all of Seattle. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. Skykomish SARG1NSON, John M. 19, drowned August 15 in the Cow- litz River. Requiem August :18 St. Mary Church, Monroe. Burial Holyrodd. Born In Klamath Falls, Ore. Moved to Skyomish 15 years ago. Attended the Univ'ersitv of Washington. Was working {'or an engineering firm in Packwood. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sarginson; five sisters, Patricla Sarginson, Seattle, and Kathy, Geraldine, Dolores and Mauren Sarginson, all of Skykomish; a brother, James Sarginson, Skykomish; his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Cecil Puffy, Seattle, and his paternal gt:andparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Sarginson, Seattle. Purdy & Kerr Funeral Home. Tacoma BABCOCK, Mrs. Stlas (Clara H.), 77, El Cajon, Calif,, lon time resident of Tacoma, dle[ August 12. Requiem August 16 in El Cajon. Born In Iowa. Silt-" vivors: daughter, Mrs. Clare Morris, E1 CaJon; two slsters, rs. Gertrude Hallstrom and Mrs, Cecllla Conklin, both of Seattle; and a grandson. BARTIETTI, M r s. dr o h n (Anna), 84, 1406 S. G St., died August :16. Requiem August 18 St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Italy Lived here 43 years. Survivors: husband; two sons, Frank and Phlllp, both of Tacoma; five grandchfldren and seven great-grandchildren. Cass- edy and Allen Mortuary. BRADY, Mrs. Wllllum (Haz), 60, 409 S. J St., died August 17. Requiem August 21 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary, Born in Tacoma. Survivors: son, William R.; daughter, Mrs. Mary Ellen Marshall; a sister, Mrs. Charles Neudorfer: and four grandchildren, all of Ta- coma. Cassedy and Allen Mor- tuary. DALY, Mrs. ]Patrick (Theresa), 76, 1536 N. James St, died August 15. Requiem August 17 St. Charles Borromeo Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Mc Min- nville, Ore. Lived here since 1926. Beauty salon operator. Survivors: son, Harry, Tacoma; three daughters, Mrs. George Sparkes, Federal Way, Mrs. Ver- non Kretchmer of Tacoma and Mrs. W. E. Kfllduff, Hawail" seven grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. Van(purer HULS, Henry &, 73, dled Auff- ust 14. Requiem August 17. t. Joseph Church. Born In Ellln- wood, Kan. Lived here since 1957. Survivor: sister. Marie Huls, San Franclsco. Evergreen Funeral Home. HUONDER, Walter dr,, 64, 906 W. 43rd St., died August 15. Re- quiem August 20 Our Lady ef Lourdes Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born in Minnesota, Member of American Legion. Survivors: wife, Anna; son, Don- ald E.; daughters, Mrs. Gus (E]alne) Bergonzine. Kelso; Mrs, Robert (Joan) Bonnell and Mrs. John (Audrey) Garcia, both of Vancouver and Mre. George (Patricia) Hogaboom, Portland; 15 grandchildren; sisters, Mrs. Julia LaNasa and Mrs. Fred Chatterton, both of St. PauL Minn.. and Mrs. Lorraine Brown, Palmdale, Calif. Hamilton Fu- neral Home. Prlvate cases only. PA. 3 1172 -. State Lie. No. 69 " ,,H1#. Wh. ottl  xxrs A732 16th Ave. EA. 8-60451  -- 'nl n lhHlton Auq t al """, .......... into 17. -w-;7,..;-.-.-- ....... TYPEWRITERS nao " Final puhllcathm Sept. 7 1962, Korean by former Prime Tames Stlva gtrl August 17 x=,, wuu CuNVALESCENT " ' M'ni ....... III NUR'StNG" HOME" SALES & REPAIR , I I I II i ster John Myun Chang. Kenneth. Wood, h0y, Augusts 17.8 .... Private and semi-Private . . . I ___ I The Benedictines" " issued" 4,000 Chm leSRaymondMOe,wedroskybOy, AUgrlU t Aul" ii EM c e , o, a<ust Ne,, ribbon I RR S WASII[R S[RVlCE AND APPLIANCES II e pies of Why I Must Suffer, .. - =" - - - :, . m' ' il * { ........................ II ueralo IOCK, Doy, AUgUSt &o. ,,'.e e ...... aes., b Father F J Remler C M MODERN OFFICE EQUIP CO { Y , , , Duane Lyon, boy, August 19. PERSONAL Bob Rnzo----WE 5-7120 [ 38th and @1 TACOMA GR. 4-9409 I Chan . M1 .... m..;,.*. William Johnston, boy, August mere ldOly tosary varlsn -- ,SEATTLE 'U" st.ude.n.t x,:ishes ae- ---.[]' , [ LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA [! sald that reading the book had James Schlatter glrl, August 1 commoclauon 1dOlly nome, as   ,..,o ..,,. o,.-.,,,. l , been " "  ' - 2o ' an Immense nel to me I comnanion, or do [1 g ht house- Portables. and. .... Standards Rent or I Me; atI II[[h llmI II :i . .^.. ,, P Ral 'h Goucher, girl August 20. world, Must be walking distance., buy on lo terms, I uIVV II* ,;w rr,-uNCES { durlnu luoi. ,:.. r, ......  . lri Au-u. st 20 AD 2-0704. WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. | I I o .............. : 1014 2nd Ave. MA 3-6928 " i ,. --- -- " -ThouhtulS"er" Always, PLASTERERS / la iiIiiIiIIiillliIilIiiiiiIiIliiiiIIiiiIiIIii I __ - It" UNIFORMS RETAIL t PLASTER and S'IUCCO patching " m [] when your need,is greatest . .. urspeclalty'Reasnable rates'14-55ti0 TtlEWHITESIlOP [I GRIFFIN GALBRAITH AND . t'Al"Mtll It" DMADIJAt"ICT. LA l.A 4-5.q[4fi  907 Madlsm, MA 2-9026 1 ill/Ill I/1/ llllllnllWllll . Ill [] _"- " All Facilities on Ground Floor 1Northwcst headquarters for pl'o-}B .......................... Wlrll/I IVB'I# /I IIPIilI'IrlIIP/ [] PLUMBERS fesslonal uniforms and accesso- Ill Ili/ fill IIIIFI rrlMBBtIIIY I , , [] l'l).i l. ( Level, Indud{ng Two Chapels ries. Sizes 5 to 52 Including half i m==i vei =-.swa,=- vaas== ,m 11 ' ' [] PLUMBING & ItEATING slzes. Doctors nurses lab tech-{I i IllS &IlIemmt [];  [Jl.. ONYENIENT, SUPERVISED i SERVlCZ I nlcians, beauticians and ,vait-11 ... .a.......... "'..,..i ....--.--.L.. .i ----' ,' : PAIKIN* POVIDIO IRadiant Heating , . . Retail Store resscs. , II 1711Jl W,IIWIWIIKW,I t/., 1/.ItltJWl.lt {i WllllllPll i: P ' " " Ad ms Fo kner-ar L. G. MASSART & SONS /----------,I l IY llqtIIIIiI# 4501 ,gth Ave NW S1J 3.6S.f,/ WANTED TO RENT I1 AJA = @Ii'11 I- ............. '- ";:"' --'< ' ....... t I |1J'e / lJI i . POSITION WANTED I BI'SINt'XSS man wants board and!I JEll , , i !'i"iip.i'ii['l"mLeAltg| Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service i_ To work In Sou+hwes+ern Washmcjon. _ S--..A**S.OW.. --/,,,,,,sr,//,,,a by seamen whu are wa,t,n fui{ ....... --. *:',,'_ V__'_ :L: .......... t I [] shlps. Experteneea painters, ELDERLY LADY desires room andllI . . II II * good at car entry will do board in quiet home short Mark Dolhver, Pres,dent !_ Wrl+e O Box F in care of this paper..= 'm*UmVE.IrvwAVSEATTLE ..... t JtiZ-&*J''/tg'lltal... e.oree. Ph. tathol, Seamen's walking distance to 00hu,eh. II i rm -- " ; M - " "{ e*s'e" Club. MU. 2-4T/& LI6-1935 ...... I .... L --I!IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlIIIIIIIIlIIF /