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L CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINg HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m.  PHONE or WRITE RO;RESS CLASSmEO OUR LADY OF THE LAKE BURIEN AREA 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE 3-BEDROOM RAMBLER ._0 l Bedrooms Eton,o. 21 FREE .. RGE--REFER- WASIIER-DRYER STREETS--SIDEWAI.KS--CURBS AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE $250 DOWN DISHWASHER $13,750 JOE PINE DISPOSAL Immaculate 3-bedroom rambler LrNIVERSIT CI4EVROLE'I" CO.  with suburban atmosphere just  2-4. Rzs su. 4-91e , 18,750 25 minutes from Seattle. ou can walch your child enter the Low FlIA terms, on this beautiful grade school from your door- BRICKLAYING : home in the heart of the ever way, featuring: living room popular Wedgwood. 4 twin sized iiat's the inviting center for  bedrooms, professionally land- , lovable family living with IRISH STONE MASON seaped, on city bus. Storm win- , rpets included as a bonus. A BRICK AND STONE WORK dows and doors and (rely :12 endly dining room that in- FIREPLACE SPECIALIST years young. Call EM 4-1180 on rites y(u to meals, ceram e t le CALL,EM 3-2523 Ad. No. 1603. Picture Floor ldtehen expertly planned for Plans Inc. "Lake City Office" efficiency and easy care. Spark- . CARPET WORK EM 4- I 180 ling tile atl,, ,olden oak floors, * plastered interior, $3000 worth IUG AND UPHOITX CL.mNG GREEN LAKE of modern appliances free. An In your hume. extra spacious yard with plenty MER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 ST. ,JOHN'S of kids play area. Nicely land- 4 BEDROO/vIS, FULL BASEMENT scaped. If .YOU have missed ex- CONTRACTING Attached garage, fireplace, elec- ceptlonai buys before, then (rail iric range, drapes and rugs iv- this minute! OUR EXCLUSIVE. {tO' ]gO O' {IEPAL.ING, new eluded. Neat clean and vacant. CH 3-1550. roofs, uttera and downspuuta. Buy and move in. SOUTH END BROKERS, INC. &sbtoa and @ompoaltlon lid- $15,950 31036 1st Avenue South a. e. nstim,-te-, ou.t $bO0 DOWN CAPITOL HILL work. Csll  R. M&R3I . L 4-g491 R40 Poplar Ple $91.54 PER MONTH 7 BEDROOM HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO.; CALL ON AD NO. 257 Ideal family location, extra slze Complete remodeling service, NORTII EAST REALTY corner lot. Just 1 block from room additions, repairs, inter- EM. 2-3070 Volunteer Park. ior, exterior, Insured References. TRULY A GEM Up to 5 years to pay. Fresh Today! of a home with 4 spacious bed- PA 2-4463 LAURELHURST rooms on 2nd floor and 3 more plus bath on 3rd 5 sets of CABINETS, Plumbing, W t r in g. IN BEACH CLUB plumbing in all. Priced for Additions. Ro o f in g. C terS. Exquisite & spotless 3 bdrms, quick sale. Call Mary Braeelin Mornings. T J. Fltz raid, Large living rm., separate EA 3-8717 EA 5-0128 dining rm. (Sundeck to lake CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTRS. J' " " & Mt. Rainier) Eating space FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT in lovely kit. Full bsm't, at- 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700  tached garage. $23,950. Mrs. TORTILLAS Cooley, LA 5-9250 ...... Sand Point Golf Club 6 .XmANA Mexl-Cat.,.. LEGAL NOTICES 16th Ave. S.W WE. 5-1480 Beautiful 2 br. brick, full !,,.,, ,., , , ,, ,, hsmt., rec. rm. A lovely level secluded hit. $25,950. Fresh FOR RENT today! JOSEPH A, HOLLEMAN , EDWARDS Charles & Sybil Conley Attorney for Estate In Ivers' Acres -- 4 5511 NE 65th I.A 5-9250 Ill311 Secut:ltles Building Seattle l, Wnahlngton SUPERIOR COURT OF WASH- bedroom, I bath, sunrOom, (;T 'l(C;l=Pl-I'C; fireplace in living room, auto ............ _ INGTON for King Count Z. made oil heat,  car garage Good family home on level lot. large grounds, fruit trees and l I bedroom and newer full bath Estate of REX l,. ltAI1PER z De- shrubbery, outdoor fireplace anol on mare iloor. 3 bedrooms, and ceased. In probate. No. 1{45607. Bar-B-Q, partly furbished $1.65! iull hath up. Wired fro" dryer. Notice of hearing final report ,- month 1st and last m)nth's/ FHA Priced, Will consider con- antlpetlllnn for distribution. t lnatvance; available !aCir, CAll IVlrs. Murphy EA2- JEANETTE IIAYES, admmis- tralrlx d.b.n, of estate of Rex August 15th. Phone Lezern ;,21o. L. Ilarper, has filed With Clerk of Ivers, ph 3-3150 for a ppnlntm't. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. Court her Final Report and Pert- -- NEAR STANWOOD 3si7 N.E. 45Ih 1.A2-562 lion for Distribution praying set- furnished house. Reason- A Distinctive New Address tlemcnt of Report, dlstrll)ution of able rent 1o responsible couple, property to persons entitled and ideal for retired. Write M.W. [MPERIAL E(sf on her thedtSeharge'26th day Same ofwillSeptember,be heard Tanner 23!2- 22nd So. Seattle 1962, at 10:00 a.n. in Probate De- 44. Visit the furnished show houses, patment of above Court Any per- ASSEMBLY HOTEL Open daily noon 'til dark or Call son interested may then and'there WEEKLY, MONTHLY, RATES. , SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. appear, file objections and con- BLOCK. CATHEDRAL. Open Daily test same. MA 3-4174 Firwood Terrace Dated August 27, 1962. Date of first publication August ST. JOSEPH'S A community of 45 new colonial & Early American Style Homes, 31, 1962. Unfurnished, 2 bedrooms main all ;:vtth possible 4 to 6 bed- NORMAN ]t RIDDELL, floor, I in basement. Stove and refrigerator included. $120 per rooms & Family room. FHA Clerk of Court b uil t & supervised, close to By: R S HOFEDITZ j month on lease references. Me- shopping, Parochial and Public I Depu@ ' ' Cutchen Realty. Schools. $16,500 with $400 down JJOSEP H A ttOl T EMA z ImP'EA 2-5611 or MA 4-2377 plus closing costs & $96 per MO.],, To- Estate "" ST. PETER'S Call on Ad. No 639 PR 6-2154 ......  .A_ ". ,'_ Can accomodate 26 persons. Large , n .--n::r,L, ',.,-. 'luaa :eeuriues tuumng clean double bedrooms in Cath- L.V. M/X/II"4, link... [Seattle 1, Washington olic Home. Reasonable 1748 LYNNWOOD WN Final publication September 14, 13th South. EA 5-0749. , ' ,, ' [1962. 4 CLOSE to Holy Names and bt.,- MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE q Joseph's. 4 bedrooms, unfur-I nlshed, double plumbing. Cholee l MOSCHETTO & ALFIERI locality for s c h o o 1 el lldren. METSKER MAPS Attorneys for Estate Avail Oct. 1st. Call EA 2-3254 Seattle--Tacoma--Portland 565 Olympia National Building for appointment. CITY POCKET GUIDES ,'eattle, Wash. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS IN T}tI SUPERIOR COURT OI per week. UtlliUes. Walking Everything tn the Map Line the State of Washington for the stance MA 3-9177, 1412 Belle- \\;VORLD MAPS AND ATI.ASES County of King. MIKE'S FOR CYCLES In the matter of the Estate of 2 to0Ttud .e probate No. 168479. Notice to n Used washing machines and DRY- creditors. privileges. MA 2-7 . ERS--Parts--Rental. PA. 3-2605 Notice is hereby given that the , & PA. 5-1523. 8442 Dallas Ave. S. undersigned has' been appointed FURNITURE PAINTINGS. Camera and darkland las qualified as Executor of , room equipment. Household fur-jthe estate of Mary Ursino, De- LAKGkT FURNITURE STORE on nlshings. LA 2,0386. eRa ed that all p'erons having ", , ,,, , [elalns against sald deceased are lnR.tne Eastslde.,,Free delivery"Oen Frldacr, t.'ven"  [her, by required to serve the same RAABS REDMOND FURNITURE rvKnm nmm: l dui:' verified, on said Executor or TU, -1.878 Redmond r . ...... , .............. his attorneys of reco d at the uu u  address be ow stated, and f le the 'Catholic uperated' same with the Clerk of said r  Private cases only, Court, together with proof 0f such State Lic. No. 69 service within six months after MICK McHUGH'S 1732 16th Ave. EA. 8-6061 the date of first publication of GREENWOOD CX)NVALF_.SCENT this notice, or the same will be HAUL-ALL SERVICE NURSING .OME barred. "Private and semi-Private  Date of first publication August Reasonable rates State Lie. No. 297 31, 1982. EA 4-8754 z 2-7575 FRANK URSINO, Executor of said Estate, " ' " "" " ' 563 Olympic National - J. " - " PLAST'EERS " " Bullding, Seattle, Wash, HELP WANTED JOSEPH A. ] [OSCHETTq) of  PLASTER anti STUCCO patching MOSCHETTO & ALFIERI, our specialty. Reasonable rates. A1 rneys for Estate, BIBLE SALES LA 4-5560 LA 4-5986 56Se :tle,OlympiCwash.Natinal Building Final publication September 14, ME. 2-8848 PLUMBERS 1962. or  ME. 3-2007 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE THEODORE P. CUMMINGS USEKEEPER. Southwest Wash- Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store Attorney for Estate lngton. On main highway One L, G. MASSART & SONS 1008 Olympic National Building hour from Portland. One riest. Comfortable quarters.  nder-4501 9th AVe. N.W. SU 3-6850 Seattle, Wash. IN TIle SUPERIOR COURT OF ful opportunity for right per- , "= ....... , the State of Washington for the son. lon-smoker. Reply to Prog- POSITION WANTED "H" County of King. ress Box . wanted for par-[HANDXMN --Odd Jobs wanted InjAMEsthe matterBERNARDOf theDALy,EstateDe.Of J tsh near Seattle o n e p by seamen who ard waltmR for ceased. In probate. No. 168474. " Easy house to care or. ocmt t ships. Experienced p a l n t r s, Notice to creditors. Security coverage. tepty to good at carpentry, will do Progress Box "C". h o r L Ph. Catholio amen's Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed RELIABLE baby sitter, care for Club. MD :]-4778, and has qualified as executrix of 2 small children 9 to 4. Mon- SECRETARY: Six years expert, the estate of James Bernard Daly, day through Thursday, EA 4- Race, shorthand, typing, Dicta. Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are 7514. phone plus! Good disposlthm hereby required to serve the same XPERIENCED housekeeper. 2, loves to work, eager to learn duly "verified, on said executrix priests. Convenient to down- seeking permanent responsibl( or her attorney of record at the i , i town Seattle. Box 'D' the position. SU 3-8076 after six. ' same with the Clerk of said Progress. address below stated, and file the ........ ,TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE Court, together with proof of such iMrvn/ service within six months after .... L:::, FF.DRICA-I RAD,O & TV the date of first publlcatlon of  wu ,b "Momber St. Edward s Parish" this notice, or the same wlll be WORLD OF IMPORTS Unique gifts for men and women. PA. -q-1172 barred. Date of first publication August Lower Pike Place Market '"' ' 31, 1962. TYPEWRITERS TERESA A. DALY SALES & REPAIR Executrix of said Estate 1008 Olympic National Bulldi'ng_Seat tie, Wash. FOR SCHOOL TIIEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney for Estate, Clean,Free estimates.Vii' adjust, New ribbon. 1008 OI.,mpic National Building Seattle, Wash. MODEILN OFFICE EQUIP. CO. Bob Rozen -- WE 5-7120 Final publication September 14, "mere. Holy Rosary Parish" 1962. I HOMES FOR SALE Pray for them... St. Luke's III II II III II I I I I 00400 dwn. I,n Memoriam I FULL BASEMENT 3 Bedrooms 2 BATHS ItIGII ON A IIILL Situated on a large lot with a good view of the Puget Sound and Majestic Olympics. Only 12 t hlocks to St. Luke's parish. cannot be duplicated on today's market. It is a home you have been looking for. Immediate oc- cupancy Ran be arranged. Large ]Wing room and formal dining room that Is cumpletely panelled with mahogany. Large kttelen with separate breakfast room. 3 bedrooms, 2 I)aths, on sewers. HURRY! IIUI{RY! Call on Ad. No. 3551. Imagine all of this for only $16,500 . . Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 16332 Aurora Ave. Li 2-3184 or MU 2-6860 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE VIEW RIDGE 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. Palriek Joye, S.J., died Sept. 7, 1961. The Rev. P. Poaps, dicd Sept. 9, 1890. The Rev. Edmond Hayes, died Sept. 9, 1949. The Rev. John Power, died Sept. 9, 1961. The Rev. James A. Gilmore, S.J., died Sept. 11, 1960. Lake Stevens BR.&NNER. Gord,,n R., 46, 5 BEDROOMS Route "1, died Aug. 30. Requiem FUI,L VIEW of lake and nloun- September 5 Perpeiual Help tains. Doui)le carport, corner Church, Everett. Bo,'n In Coos lot. 3-car garage. Boat storage. Bay, Ore. Resident of Lake 3 fh'ep!aces. Triple plumbing. Stevens area 18 years. Taught Family kit('hen. Pool privileges, in Lake Stevens t-]igh Schoot as Priced "Mid 30's." principal from 1957-58. Member of lhe Washington Education Association and Lake Stevens Garden Club. Survlvors: wlfe, Eleanor; daughter, Mary Kay; snn, Robert, all at home; two hrothers, John Shatter, Callf., and George, Portland: niece and nephew. Cassldy Funeral ltome, OlmpM SNYI)F, It, Fre ])., 61, died August 27. Reqtflem August 31 St. Michael Chureb, Born In Tumwater. Eledtrlelan most. Of his ltfe Member of the Eagle Survivors; Wife, Marquerlte; sons, Roy and ,lean: daughter Juanita. Mills and Mills Funer- al florae, ()'NEll.I,, Charles William, 7, 605 Nnrlh SI., died August 29. Requiem September 1 St. Mi(.h. ael Church. Burial Calvary. Born {n Tacoma. Wm'ked at Olympia Brewing Company. Member of lle Elks. Survlvor.: BE FIRST TO SEE CRAWFRD & CONOVER, INC. g040 35tt Ave. N.E. LA ,-5555 ST. ANNE'S Near John flay and high sehnol. 6 hedroums, full basemenl, cab. furnace. I, evel lot. $]3,500, Call Mr. Garrison AT 2.6439. BLAINE REALTY 11 Boston AT 3-5511 BLESSED SACRAMENT If vml are ln0king for a 2-bed- room home 1 block I(I chur('h wilh full hasement detached garage, In excellent eobdition, total prh,e $13,250, Rail; DELTA REALTY LA 3-1340 MH 3-5762 Portables and Standards: Rent or buy on low terms. VCASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO. 1014 2nd AVe. MA 3-6928 for school. Clean, oil, adjust. New ribbon. Free estimates. MODERN OFFICE EQUIP. CO Bob Rozon -- WE 5-7120 "mere. Holy Rosary Parish" 3 BEDROOM family lome in Sandpoint Country Club I.A 2-0386 4 BEDROOMS plus den, 1500 sq. ft. Walking distance to St. Luke's. LI 2-2669. i i iiii i i i LEGAL NOTICES ROBERT H. 7,AMB Attorney for Estate 1407 Alaska Bnllding Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of Kin. In the matier of the Guardianshlp of JAMES E. STEVENS, Ineom- "petent. In probate. No. 168193. Notice to creditors. Notice ts hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as guardian of the estate of James E. Stevens, incompetent: that all persons hav- ing claims against s,aid deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, nn said guar- lian or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together wtth proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication August 24, 1962. JOHN P. NAISH, Guardian of said Estate 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Wash. ROBERT H. LAMB, Attorney for Estate, 1407 AT'asks Buildlng, Seattle, Wash. Final publlcatlon September 7, 1962. RIACH & GESE Attorneys for Estate 5903 - 196th S.W. Lynnwood, WAsh. 1;Rospect 6-319I IN TttE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate or PAUL R BRADLEY, Deceased. In probate. No. 166842. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executor ot the Estate of Paul R Bradley, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased or against said estate are hereby requi'ed to serve the same duly verified, on said Leo'J. Gese. or his attorneys ot record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the clerk of said com't, together with proof of such serv- ice, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same wB! be bar- red. Date of first publicatlo AUgust {31, 1962. /s/LEO J. GESE Executor of said Estate, 5902 196th S.W., Box 304 Lynnwood, Wash. RIACH & "GESE Attorneys for Estate. 5903 196th S.W., Lynnwood, Wash. PRospect 6-3191 Final publication September 14, 1962. THEODORE P. CUIfMINGS Attorney for Estate  1008 Olympia National Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State ot. Washington for the O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacrament,, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the abaolving words t 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 mei and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 BATOR. A.ndrew A., 79, died ' W,NKI':I.S. C,,.rles T., S, 66oo krida, bepf. -/: 1962 August 28. Requiem August 3] I.inden Ave. N., died Septem- ' St. Luke Church. He is sm'vivcd bcr 1. Requiem Augusl 4 St. by a daughter, Katherine, Seat- lohn Church Burial Calvary. tie. Bleitz Funeral Home. Born in Wlnona, Minn. Came BAYLESS, Walter S., 82, 730:t 34th Ave. N.W., died September 1. Requiem September 5 St. A1- phonsus Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born in Waynesvllle, Ill. Came here from Chicago in 1912. Survivors: wif e, Eva; three daughters, Mrs. Marie Stratton and Mrs. Lawrence Jungek, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Herbert Norris, Sanla Barbara, Calif. 14 grandchildren and three great- .grandchildren. Wiggen & Sons uneral llome. CELL&, Mrs. Dominic, 77, 1029 S. Director St., died Sep- tember 2. Requiem September 6 Our Lary of Lourdes Church. Entombment Holyrood. Born in Italy. Came here from New York in ]905. Survivors: son, Louls, of Seattle; four daugh- ters, Mrs. Ferdinand Traverso, Mrs. Josepl Levar and Mrs. Vin- cent Pellegrmi, all ol Seattle, and Mrs Morale Geisl of Ever- ett; two sisters in Italy, eight grandchildren and six great- 'a ndchil(h'en Georgetown uneral I-lome. CONATY, Bnrnard M., 58, 8020 41st Ave. N.E., died August 30, Requiem September 1 Our Lady of the Lake Church. Entomb- ment Holyrood Mausoleum, Born in h'eland. Came here 25 years ago. Was a part-owner of the Checkerboard Restaurant and Lounge. Member of the Knights of Columbus. There are no im- mediaie survivors B o n n e y - Watson Funeral Home. GIBHABI)T, Josle C., 87, 1015 N. 38th St., (lied August. 25. Requiem September 1 St. Bene- diet Church Burial Calvary. Born in Mosinee, Wis. Came here In 1903. Member ot the Allar Society of St. Benedict Church. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Hen- ry Florin and Miss Helen GIb- hardt, both of Seattle;" sisters, MrS. Charles Pierce, Chicago; one granddaughter and one great-grandson. Itoffner's Fisher-Kaifus Funeral Home. wife, Marie, Olymp|a; two sons, Charles Jr., Olympia, and Don- JOilNSTON Mrs. Joseph (An- old, Sunnywde, Calif.; daughter, Ita), 83, St. Xincent Home, died Mrs. James (Frances) Woodier, Seteml)er 1. Requlem September O ympla; sister, Mrs. Nellie 5 St. Vincent florae. Burial Olym- Ta'ylor, I.os Angeles 10 grand- pih. Born in Olympia and made ehihiren. Mills and Mills Funeral her home there until ]954. Sur- IIome. vivm's include two sons, Leo C., Seattte, and James J. Johnston, Portland, Ore.; two daughters, ,,,,,, ,,, ,,, ,, Sister Miriam Theresa, S.C,S.P., -LEG'JL NOTICES of st. V,neent's Itospital, Port- land, and Mrs George It. John- ston, Eseondldo, Calif.; a broth- er, llarvey J. Chambers, Olym- pla; a sister, Mrs. Roy McKenzie, MA]A')NE &MeBRIDE Albany, Ore.; five grandchildren Ait0rneys for Estate and a great-grandchild, John 4741' Rainier Avenue mouth Kalin Funeral ltome. Seattle R. Waahlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF NOSER, Mrs. John, (Llllitn), the State of Washington for 3835 Wallingford Ave. N., died August 30. Requiem Sep_tember King County. 4 St.'" Benedle* Church. Entomb- In tlie matter of the Estate ot meat lIolyrood. Born in St. JOSEPH MOSS, Deceased. In Louis CanOe here In 1905. Sur- vfvors: husband, John (Jack); probate. No. :1.68395, Notice to daughters, Mrs. Charles (Juan- creditors ita) Somerset, Seattle; and Mrs. The undersigned is the appoint- Joseph (Lorene) Queliette, Bald- ed and qualified Executrix of the win Park, Calif.; sons, John Jr., above-enlitled estate All persons and Robert, b o th of Seattle; having claims agaUlst said de- brother Frank Dougherty, St. ceased are required to serve same Louis; 16 grandchildren; 1"/ on sa|d executrix or her attor- great-grandchildren. Ames-Fork- neys at the address below stated, net Funeral Home. and file same with the clerk of said Court, together with proof of service, within six months after first publication of this notice. Date 0f first publication, AUgust LEGAL NOTICES 22, 1962. ELIZABETH MOSS, 4741& Rainier Avenue South Seattle, Washington CLARENCE J. COLEMAN JAMES J. McBRIDE of Attorney for said Estate MALONE & McBRIDE, 401 First National Bank Bnllding Attorneys for Estate Everett, Waahington 4741 Rainier Avenue South Telephone: Bayvlew 074 Seattle 8. Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF Final publlcation September 7, the State of Washington in and 1962. for the County of King. MURIEL MAWER OF KARR, TUTT]bE, CAMPB ROCI[ & GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate, 1I0-1411 Fourth Avenue Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. . . In tle matter of the Estate o JOHN W. NEWELL and IDA E. NEWELL, Deceased. In probate. No. 168398. N0tlce to creditors Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of John W. Neweil and Ida E. Newcll, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Muricl Mower or her at- torneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk ot said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will he barred. Date of first publlcation Aug. 24, 962. MURiEL MAWEk, Executrix of said Estate. 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Building, Seattle, Wash. MURIEL MAWER of Let's be County of K|ng. Wi In the matter of the Estate of King County, Jefferson Street en- e , HELEN MORSE FUI.LEJL De- trance, at Seattle, In the State of ceased. In probate No. 67807. Washington, all of the right, title and interest of said defendant Let's Notic.e to creditors. Notice is hereby given that. tie .N, I,:. R.ostedt, ]n and t 9 the. To.l- ned tlas been appointed JOwlng aeserloeu property, sltuat- alified as executor of ed In-King County, Statet Wash- Helen Morse Fuller; Deceased; that all persons having i said deceased are Begf $. U ATTENTION: ELECT uired to serve the sme on said Executor or JACK KA!AK.0 00o00ST'RITA'S'ROSARY GEIGER ! RE-ELECT J. BURKE red. REPRESENTATIVE B U R N S Couny Commissioner 25TH DISTRICT Member St. Leo's, T*oms DIST NO. I the cost of suit and Interest, in REPUBLICAN Store Representative 27th Dist. Demo. EXPERIENCED Paid A4vertlsemsnt  D--UALIFIE" {Paid Adv.) here 45 years ago. Survivors: wife, Roe; a daughter, Miss Charlotte WInkels of Seattle; two sisters, Miss Rose Winkles and Miss Elizabeth Winkels and a brother, Leo. all of Winona A nephew, Vincent Markham of Seattle also survives. Itoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral itome. ZIVIiLLO, Mrs. Antlton.y. (Grace), 80, 4734 3lst Ave. S., died August 1. Requiem Sep- tember 5 St. Edward Church; Burial Holyrood Born in Wati- kon, Iowa. Came here. in 1909. Tier husband, Anthony, survives. Columbia Funeral Itome. Tacoma DONOVAN, 1)ennls I"., 74, ]025 E. 4Sth St., died Seplember ]. Requiem September 5 Sacred lleart Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Duluth, Minn. Lived (n Tacoma almost all his life. Re- tH'ed euslodlan for the Tacoma Public Schools. Sxirvlvors: wlfe, ! Ira; daughter, Arlene; two sisters, Mrs. A C. Brown ,'lad Mrs. ArnetLa Fallce, all of Tac- oma. Gaffney Funeral 1tome. ltAN1)LEY, (lay A.,78, 19].7 N. Steele St., died August 30. Requiem September 1 St. Pat- rick Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Kansas City, MO. LLvti here 27 years. Retited: ware- houseman. Member of teamsters and warehousemen's uhlons Survivors: wife, Agatha; "son, Thomas; sew, n grandehlldi'en four s sters, Mrs. Elmer Weak- ley and M "s. Nelson Browillette, bolh of Kansas Cliy; Mls. Paul Overtolt, Liberty, Mo., and Mrs. William Mltehum, Gravette, Ark, Gaffney Funeral Itome. RA])IN, William P., 64, 9324 Canyon Road, died August 29." Requiem Seplember 1 St. John of the Woods Church. Born in Avon, Mlnn, Lived In 1his area 21 years. Worked as a farmer. Me]:nber of Fruitlands (;range and Painters l/ohm. Survivors: wife, Francis; five sons, Jomes, Edward, Richard and Charles, all of the borne and Kenneth of Tacoma ; four daughters, hme, Tacoma, Mrs. Harold Viola) Marcoe, Puyallup and Mary Ann and Ltnda Rose, both nf the home; four brolho ers, Leo and Ben, both of Mil- waukee. Wis., Peter, Hampton, Va., and Melvin, Avon;- three sisters, Mrs. Irene Maehren, Avoti, Anne Jaehum, Cohi Spring, /vlinn., and Mrs. Luellle Shirk, St. Cloud, Minn.; three randehildren. Powers-Wrigley. lements Funeral Home, Puyal. Requiem Said For Mother Generosa Requiem Mass for Mother Generosa, M.S.C, 77, a teacher at Sacred Heart Villa, was said September 1 at the Villa Chapel. Mother Generosa (Mary. LiW atino) died August 31 in St' Frances Cabrini Hospital. She was born in Chicago and en- tered the order thxe. She had taught at the Villa 3[) yeaTS. She came to Seattle in 1923 and taught at Sacred Heart Villa until her retirement 10 years ago. Burial was in Calvary, BIRTHS BEI,LINGItAM -- St. Joseph ]lopltl reports the following Iflrths to Mr, and Mrs.,* Gem-ge Reilly girl August 27, i Gilbert Pena, boyt August 27. William Mauer, girl, August 29 , Bruce Swanson, twins, boy and girl, September 1. CltEHALIS--St. Itelen Hospl- ta[ reports the following" blrthl to Mr. and Mrs.: Roger Johnson, boy, August 23. Walter Taylor, boy, August 21 Frank Carnenzind, girl, August 30. LONGVIEWt. John Hospi- tal reports the fol]ow|ag bit(ha to Mr. tnd Mrs.: James Plamptn, girl, August 2O. Ronald Smith glrl August 22. Natllan Bopp, glrl, August 24. Earl Griffin, gu'l, August 25. Darwin Curtis, boy, August 26. SEATTLE--Provldenen Hospi- tal reports the following blrtha to Mr. and Mrs.: Gary Harmon, girl, AUgust 21. James Moreland, boy, August 2I. Jack Clerkln. boy, August 21. Delmer Comstoci}, girl, August. : 2t. Andre Ameny, glrl, August 21. Michael Elbertson, boy, August 22. Patti Reierson, boy, August 22. , David Forster, boy, August 22, William Jackson, girl, August 23. Thomas Knowles, boy, August 24. nie; son, Dr. Robert G., Tulsa; daughter Mrs, Ruth Rambo, Tacoma; six grandchildren and several n eees and nephews, Piper Funeral tt0me, lup, Edward Welch, boy, August 24, Nell uhn, girl AgUSt 25 : .l-n, ..aZs., eu |n[u}a2 Gerald Haughlan, Oy, AugUSt September 4 Visitation ChurCh, 3ames Batdorf girl Au{tust 2 JOhn Miller, glrl, August 26. 't Richard Wlllette, glrl, August 26. JUDGE HAMILTON RUNS ON RECORD Dr. Vern Callero, boy, AUgust , 27. Frank Traeger, Jr., glrl, August 27. James Merz, girl, Autust 27. Arthur Mlrante, glrl, August 27. Gt,gory Bernler, girl, August Charles Roberts ' boy, August' Gillls, girl, August ': Theodore Keaton, girl, August 29. John Rlce Sr., glrl, August 9. Richard Shanks, glrl, August 29. Emil David, boy, August 29. Clifford ltouser, girl, August 30. Joseph Perrupato, glrL August 30. James Plastino, girl August 30. : Jan3es Rollins, boy, August 30, Joifi Baillargeon, boy, August; 31. Rlvhard Thorpe, girl, August 31. Donald MeGinnls, girl, August 31. Andrew Sullivan, girl, Septemo ber 1. InofthethematterpersonOf theandguardlanshiPestate of Stlphen Lebel, girl, September LIZZIE J. t-IOYT, an incompe- tent. No. 168237. Notice to cred- UDGE ORRIS L, HAMILTON Donald Piasecki, glrl, Septem- Itors. be r 1. - .... I awence zlpp, noy eptember Notice is hereby given that the Running to retain his seat on  1 " ' undersigned has been ap ointed th t Ronal H m I : ....................... 'JP__., e Sta e Su reme Court, Jud e d a e boy, September the Estate of the above named Hamilton can point to a dlstin- Stanle,, Barre -'ri --,,+o,',',-," : incompetent; that all persois hay- m,;hH v,.nrH nf wnhl;e, w;.a I ,: , . , w.- ....... ing claims against said tncomp-o" ........ ".-.'." ............ Ollffna n-w,* ,,, .t," etent are hereb-x required to pre- from 1946 m i98 ne was p-rose- ......... 2 " ......  ........ sent the same, duly verified on cutin  attorn^., of Benton Caun*' ' sald Guardian or Clarence J. Cole- . 8 ,   .Y, VANCOUVER -- St. Joseph man, attorney of record, at the then serveo I years as uponor Hospital reports the follawlng address below stated, and file the . ,+ x, A  n..+. ...b- births to Mr. and Irs.: same with the Clerk of said u,, o, u, ,,,,-,umu, Herbert Deacon, boy, August 13, Court, within six (6) months counties. Walter Funk, boy, August 15. after the dale of the first ubll- In 1960-61 he was president' Of I,una Bade, boy, August 15. cation of this Notice to CrePltors .... = , William Soudet-s, boy, August or the same will be barred, the State upreme .ourt Juoges !7. Fred Gilcrease, boy, August 20 First bRllton  9ii70- ? Assoclahon and m_ January of Robert Hibhard, boy, August 20. Guardian ' 1962 he was elevated to a seat on Niles G rendahl, girl, August 23. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN the Supreme Court of th: State oa'rtPeglo tl', AbUgyUStug%s t Attorney for said Estate ,r Wh;.oto. h,, a,,,,,,;-tm 25 401 First National Bank Building ...........  ,.  vv, ...... ,. Cla'rence Leinweber 'ir' Au- Evett Washinton..,_.. ' Endorsed by State Bar gust 29 ...... Telepnone: ayv{ew um . ." Wflham Andrews girl, August Final publication Sept. 21, 1962. In a recent poll of State Bar 3o. members, attorneys voted 1,35(} Charles Blsconer, girl, August 3]. LLEXANDER L. 'CN ' to 574 to RETAIN JUDGE George 31Roggenkimp, girl, Au. Attorney for Estate HAMILTON in Position No. 4 on gust . . 918 Joseph Vance Building Lewis Baxter, hoy, Sepiember 1. Seattle, Wash, the Stat. Supreme Court, Tues- Edgar Gibson, girl, September 1. IN TIle SUPERIOR" COURT OF day's Sept llth Primary Will de- KARR,KoCH.&TUTTLEGRANERG,CAMPBELL, . Countythe StateofOfKing.Washington for the ride this race. GIVE HAMILTON Attorneys for Estate, In the matter of the Estate of YOUR VOTE ' 121o-1411 Fourth Avenue Building, PEARL J. KENNEDY, Deceased. Seattle, Wash. . No. 168631. Notice to creditors. |PAID A0VERTISEMENT| Final publication Sept. 7, 1962. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned las been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estaie ol Pearl J. Kennedy, . ,uy"ass :u" :Notice of,Sheriff's Sale of Deceased; that all persons having Real Estate claims against said deceased are STATEcounty OFof W A S H ISHERIFF,sN G T O N, hereby required to serve the same J King, SS, duly retired, on said executor or Funer0, Home OFFICE hls attorney of record at the ad- BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF dress below stated, and file the EXECUTION issued out of the same with the Clerk of said Court, Honorable Superior Court of the together with proof of such ser- Robert Cassidy, Pres. State Of Washington for Klng vice wiihin six months after the County; on the 28th day of Aug- date of first publication of this James Cuidy, VieePre. ust, 1962, by the Cler'k thereof notice, or the same will be barred. In the case of Kenneth F. Snyder, Date ot first publication August as uardian ad litem of Connie 7, 1962. M. Snyder, an incompetent, Plain- PROCTOR KENNEDY E V E R E T T tiff, versus N. E. Rostedt, Defend- Executor of said Estate ant. 918 Joseph Vance Buildlng 3001 OAKES AL 2.2178 NO. 561662, and to me, as Seattle, Wash ....... Sheriff, dh'eeted and delivered: ALEXANDER L. CAiN NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, Attorney for Estate,_ That I will proceed to sell at 918 Joseph Vance uilding, public auction to the highest bid- Seattle Wash. ' . der for cash, withip Cne hours Final publication September 21, i  prescribed by law for Sheriff's 1962; sales, to-wit, ten o'clock A.M., on the /9th day.of October, 1962, before the Court Itouse door of s attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated and file the same witt the C erk of satd Court, together with proof of such serv- ice within six monlhs after the date of fh'st publicathm of this notice, or the same wilt be bar- Date of first publication, Au- gust 31, 1962. JACK F. FULT.ER Executor of said Estate 1008 Olympic National Building, Seattle, Wash. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, favor of plant lff. i Attorney for Eslale, Dated this 30th day of August, i1008 Old, topic National Building 1962 :Seattle, Wash. By Coral Claibourn i Final publication eptember 14, Deputy 1.WY Flnl nubltcatton Oct. 5. 1982, ington, to-wit: The east 34 feet of 10t 1, and the east 34 feet of the south %. of lot 2, in hlnek 28 ot Mer- eer's second Addition to the City of Seattle, as recorded in. Vol. 2 of plats n page 7, re- cords of King Co., Washington, together with the vacated por- tion of Aloha Street, adjoining said lot 1 as vacated by Ordi- nance Nos. 7448 of the City of Seattle, situate in the City of Sealtle, County of King, gtate of Washington; levied on as the property of said defendant to satisfy a Judgment amountihg to One lhousand seven hundred fifty slx and 56/100 ($1.756.56) Dollar., 24*hour Servl* Avelleblo New at LEE MORAN CO. ' LINCOLN CONTINENTAL COMET METEOR MERCURY 12tk AVE. Dad E. UNION ST. gA. s.00 Res.. AL. $-S31 # FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Cathali Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 508 North 36fh SeaTtle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner Ser I GAFFNEY FUNERAL