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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30c PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 P.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extensies 21 i AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROt,ET CO. ME. 2-43,3. RLS. SU. 4-1916 MEIIBER St. BENEDICTS i HOMES FOR SALE OUR LADY OF FATIMA MAGNOLIA 4 BDEMS 2 BATHS REC. ROOM ST. PETER&apos;S Can aecomodate 26 personM. Large clean double bedrooms in Cath- olic llome. Reasonable 1748 13th South. EA 5-0749. BOARD  ROOM  "   F NI 1 J)oJu l'. --vf'tl'. "',7(lriean nd chcerf 1. $70 i II" I E OKO T('ZTh/ month. SU4-6880. h0 I O,7OU /U/f%L l LOW FHA TERMS CARPETWORKCARPE Opportunity knocks but once. t llere is you(. chance to pick up RUG AND UPItOLefERY I a TREhENDOUS home at a CLEANING [ TREMENDOUS Savings, Never In your home. before have we been able to :RAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450[ offer such value in this dls- [ triet. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, ,., *.n 2 full kitchens recreatio]l room. CHILD CARE Need we sav }nore? Call E,',l 4- t 1108 at on(:e (in ad No 5000 LIVE in. t.lght housekeeping. Be- I Picture Floor Plans Inc" by sitting. LA44718 (evenings). - ........ -I 1801 EM4 lroK BOt) e IEIAiXIN, newt , I/,, A(-'RF' roofS, autters end downspouts. / Z '" ' " - Anbestoi and oump.,sttloll sld-I ARD ARK , ,, ., BOULEV. ,,._ P. ,,.,. la I. [rPoe etllnltes. (llranteo I   .om work. Call  IL IABOI8.[ 3 hi-DR( )uM5 /l[. 1-8481 840 Poplar PIe I [l.i-dE----d. JUST A TEENAGER Complete remodeling servlee, t BLT-IN DISHWASHER room additions, repairs, lnter- I o n(-u/u mr exterior Insured. References. uu u.2vvn Up to 5 years tu pay. I .l' ")qN .... " " i A real rarity -- really large I grounds, Just shy of i,/,2 acre, .... IOnh__.NT= ERTAINMENT ; 1 coted, in Bou'lcvard Park:, , handy lo schools. ., shopping and : TORTILLAS all Boeing plants--plus a really nice 3 bedroom rambler styled hA MEXlCANA Mexl - Catessen home featuring a family *size 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 dining area, breakfast bar sep- arate utility room, smart kitch- en with built-in dishwasher, and plenty of storage. Just 10 years young and oh, so easy ST. EDWARDS { to ou'n on minimum down FHA: FO.R_RENT: In Ivers'. Acres -- 4 1 terms. For appointment call C[t Bar-B-Q artly furnished $165J Snap per mon'th, 1st and last m)nth's! Belvedere Terrace rent in advance" a v a 11 a b 1 e  _ ,.._ _ IVacant -- very beautiful smart August 15tn *'none ezern ' :-:'- for a o'n-" '" { bown & pink rambler. Just Ivers PA ; :ioo pp I tm t .'2-_ ......... " .......... { painted inside and out. 3 bdrms. NIV-A! QTANWOOD J on one floor frosty white 15x p +,  4 .I  ,,s n u. I 23 1 v rm Ishutter xIn(OM) ,ar,y ,urn s,e.. ,,ox. ..e ..... -, se:a '" i' " - "2 ' ) sib p "ate u ntng rm osmt lax able rent to reslon, le eouple, l 25 re( l'- "" ': -' .... htoat ..... H"d Writ  y ur  , " '.. 'm. allacnea garage. ...... au i ul c i.  " - I on ' " ........ " % S-qtP' W derfully lad out Bar-B-Que "1 anner 62 Z,,: I ul  2a e . " ' - ' l --Garden (private and among "'------ l fruit trees.) 822,500. If good ASSEMBLY HOTEL I credit, low down payment, with special preference to PROFES- WEEKLY, MONTHLY, RATES.  SIONAL IvIEN.' Mrs, Conlev, LA BLOCK CATHEDP, AL. 5-9250. " MA3-4174 Near Prospecf St. & 10fh E. Delightfully roomy Dutch Colo- nial. 5 bdrms., 4 set colored St. Luke's 00400 dwn FULL BASEMENT 3 Bedrooms 2 BATHS II1GI[ ON A IIlLL OUR LADY OF THE LAKE NEW I)AYI.IGIIT BASEMENT -- Pray for them... split level entry to large living I , ,, room with raied hearth fire- place, 2nd fireplace In recrca-I tion area. 3 bedrooms, plus( room for 4th. Double plumbing, i I .... ,,h 3rd p,umb,.g r, iughod In' ..i" Memoriam I D,)uble garage. VIE\\;V of l.ake and Casea(lcs from sundeck. $24,51)0--see today! CRAWFORD & CONOVER 1NC. "TO the c h a r i t y of your $04d :Sth Ave. N.E. LA 3-5555 ST. JOSEPtt'S PARISII | Masses and prayers are corn- Unique charming 2 bedroom hun- mended the souls of the for galow. New kitchen. Fenced yard. Rugs, drapes, furnishings lowing departed priests who Inrtlu(Ic(l. $12,500. EA 2-1834. served the Church and souls in Situated on a large lot with a 'IP .......... good view of the Puget Sound I 1) 1,1%2. oeautliUlly remoueleu , ntelior plus mahogany mother- and Majestic Oh, mpics On y 2 '. .... hl,,.k-c In qt I "In, c n,i-h 1 In-law apartment Excellent In- .... C.S ......... u_e o v,.',S.. t  . ; ' cannot I)e duplicated on todav'sl (.ome l)otentiat. EA5-0228. market. It is a home you have i - -Ti,T7-,-,,;g;Tg.;--X.ff/=---- been lookln for lmm,,d .4o n,., r.r,x. at'.n * u, .oumu(, ,- ' """-"':;"F-,'3 bdrms up 1 down 270x75 lot cupancy can oe a"angeu .a'g, --(l" "' " :'( ' "" ' 7-' . ' ' ' " 2, It(ent I) paxlelfl I1 n (In living room and fnrrflai dining [ _..._ - ....... .- . '" ; . eua  .')u t;ner rA 3 3934 ronm that iscompleteh, panelled, ' , ' ' - with mahogany. Large kitchcnl lth separate breakfast rot)m.l 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, on sev'ers, i (,oat{Y! iit:,RY! Ca,l on Ad LEGAL NOTICES No, 357)1. Imagine all of this I for only $16 500 . . Picture t F our Plans Inc. 18332 Aurora Ave ' " , IIlACH & GESE { '  '-  "'  /.o/.({ Attorneys for EMtate t LI Z-3 I O't or B/tO Z-uuuu 5903 -'196th N.%%'. } ............ r - ' ].3 nnwood, Wash. I ST, IOUISE---BEI.IA\\; UE PRo)upect 6-3191 1 level, 4 bedroom, famih, room, IN TIlE SU1 RIOlt COURT (IF I 2 fireph(ces, triple pl'umbing. I the State of Washington for the l Ituge patio, double garage.] County of King. Fenced. 7 fruit h'ecs. 1.argo cor-in the "matler of the Estate of, ncr lol. 41)% GI. $23,500 Rob- PAUL R. BRADLEY, Deceased. I lnswood--Slt. 6-2273. In probate. No. 166842, Notice, ...... l t(i creditors. OUR LADY OF TIlE LAKE I Nolice is hereby given that the I 4 blockM to church and school undersigned has been appointed' Owner. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. I.argeland his qualific( as Executor of l family room opening on seclud- the Estate of Paul R Brad ey, ed patio. Car)els drapes in-IDeceased lhat a persons htvingl eluded. Professionally land- claims against sa d deceased orl scaped. Low 20's. ' aga nst said estate are herebyi 4063 NE 871h LA4-4879 required to serve the same. duly verified, on said Leo J. Gese or BY OWNER ST. MARK'S him attorneys of record at the ad- Walk to all schools. 3 bedrooms, dress beh)w staled, and file the 2 fh-eplaces. Dayllghl basement, same with the clerk of said court, Landscaped Fenced. $16,5 0. together with proof of such sen- EM3-4622 18039- 7th NE]ice. within six montls after the date of first publication of this SACRED tlEART BELIEVUE notice, or the same will be bar- Vue-Crest--4 bedrooms. 2 baths, red. Large family room. By owner. Date of firs[ publication August GL 4-3476. 31, 1962. s LEO J. GESE ' Executor of said Eslale LEGAL NOTICES 5o02 196,h s w., Box 304 14,nnwood, Wash, I{IACIt & GESE this area: The Rev. Joseph Delannoy, died Sept. 14, 1940. 2]e Rev. Louis B. Egan, S.J., died Sept. 14, 1045. The Rev. Joseph Treca, S.J. died Sept. 16, 1926. Athlrneys for Estate, I{ICHAItI) C. SIIANKS, Attorney 5903 196th S.W., 3223 N.E. 123rd [.ynnwo,)d, Wash. Seattle 55. Wnsh. Plh)spcct 6-3191 IN TIIE SUI'ERIOR COURT OF Final publication September 14. the SLate of Washing'ton for the 1962. County of King I'tIEOI)OI{E P. CUMMINGS In the Melter of Ihe Estate of Attorney for Estate GERTRUI)E BOUIZT, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168527. Notice to 1908 OI,vmplc Natinnal Building Neattle. Wash. Creditors IN TIIE SUPERIOR COIJRT OF Notice is hereby #vcn that tbe the 5tale of Washington for tle undersigned has been appointed. County of King. and has qualified as l:xccutor ofln lhe malter (f lhe EMtale ofl the estate of GERTRUDE BOU- I1ELI.:N MORSE FULI,ER De-I LET, Deceased; that all persons ceased, in probate. No. 167807. having claims against said de- Nolice to creditors. cease(I are hereby required to Notice is hereby given that the serve the same, duty verified, on uudersigne(l has been appointed said Executor or his attorney of and has qualified as executor of record at the address bel(iw stab'the estate (if ltelen MorMe Fuller, ed, and file the same with tile Deceased: lhat all persons having ' The Rev. Anselm Lenzlinger, O.S.B., died Sept. 16, 1960. IT he Rev. Daniel O'Sullivan, O,F.M., died Sept. 17, 1048. The Rev, Guslave Treunel, died Sept. 17, 1948. The Rev. Jacob Kulla, died Sept. 18, 1932. Anacortes (;EIIltI('K, Matthew :%,, 85, 815 81h St., dled September 2. Requiem Sel)tember 5 St. ltary Church. Lh, ed here since 191)g. Survivors: wife, Albert]na; son, Edward; daughlcr, Mrs. Julia Steen, all of Anacortes; two other' daughters, Mrs. Jean Mace, Everett, and Mrs. Eliza- beth Strand, Ccntralia; sister. Mrs, Lucy Vashkus. Tucson. Ariz., elght gradndchlldren and three great-grandchildren Bry- son-Engdahl Funeral ltome, Demincj ,IEYEIt, Henry, 88, G]acicr Star Route, died September 2. Requiem Septemher 6 St. Peter Church. Lived here 59 years. Retired carpenter. Survivors: eight nephews including llenry Zender wllh whom he lived, and six nieces, VCestford Funeral Home, Everett NON'I31AKEIL Anthony A,, 50, died September 5. l{equicm SepLember 8 Perpetual Help Church Born in Arlington. Res- ident of Everett 47 years Mem- ber of Knigbts of Columbus, lh)ly Name Society, Elks. Sur- vivoI'S: wife, Lela: son Sam- uel; (laughter, Mrs. Palricia Farrell, 1,'vcrett; five sisters, Mrs. Cecelia IIadsell, Lake Ste- vens, Mrs. l.ucille Ul)housc. Se- attle. Mrs. Kathlcen l)uelt. Lake Stevens, Mrs. Marguertle M,- Gunniglc, Scaltle and Mrs. Gel'- trude Johns(In. Minneapoils, Minn., and a gran(lson. Cassidy Funeral ttome, LEGAL NOTICES Notice of Sheriffs Sale (if Ileal Estate plumbing, 4 frplcs,, modern as tomorrow kitchen. Built-in ap- l)lian('es, indoor Bar-B-Que. CLOSE to Holy Names and St. $6,000 down, priced low 30's. r Joseph's. 4 bedrooms, unfur- 3Ire. Conley, LA 5-9250. nished, double plumbing. Choice locality for s c h O o 1 children. Sand Point Goff Club Ax;ait Oct. 14. Call EA 2-3254 Beautiful 2 br. brick, full bsml., Clerk of sal(l Court together with claims against said deceased are for appoint(bent. HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS rec. rm., a lovely level secluded proof of such service within six,hereby rcauired to serve the same lot. $25,950. Fresh today. Mrs. months after lhc date of first]duly voril'icd, on said Executor or $11 per week. Utilities. Walking Conley, LA5-9250. publication of this notice, or thelhis'attornev of record at the ad- distance. MA 3-9177, 1412 Belie- Laureihurs }same will be barred. I(h'ess b,lm' Mtated, and file the rue. { IN BEACIt CLUB Date of firMt publication Sep-same with the Clerk of said Court, "together with proof of such serv- LARGE rooms for employed Exquisite and spotless 3 b( tember 14. 1962. Large livlng'rm, separate din-i /s/RAY R. BOULET ice within six months after the ladies or students. Kitchen ing rm. (Sundeck to Lake and l Executor of Maid Estate, date of first publication of this privileges. ME 2-7234. Mr. Rainier). Eating space inl 12327 - 3rd N.E. notice, or lhe same will be bar- , , ove y kit. Full bsmt., attached[ Seattle, Wash. red. $23,950. Date of first publication, Au- FURNITURE garage. RlClIARD C SIiANKS Attorney for Estate, gust 3J, 1962. STATE OF \\;VA S It I N G I' (3 N, Charles & Sybil Conley !a223 N.E, 123rd i.A {GES'I FUItNIIL 5511 NE 65th LA 5-9250 Seattle 55 Vasb. :JACK.F. FULLE R County of King, ss. SIIERIFF'S the Eastslde. Olden Friday even---r'------[^ "r-r, ,r-(7/, ...... ; ' Final 9/28/62 Executor ot said Estate rF..E. In, "Free delivery" Cledlt ' I MA//I-W b  aif[qi--X h-{)iFI XR-- lo08 Oh, topic National BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF r'A XHM RFI)MOND FURNITURE "-- . "- " ' o ." I ';: * Boilding Seatt e Wash EXECUTION issued out of lhe h," ,,.o"  a al A Ri 11// RC.kAT Allornev n)r E(ae ,,,,'n,vv n e-/-.t..r.. ' llonorab e Supe' o" Court of the I ......... . 103o , eeu t es Budd|ng I A't(n'-- f,. ,e., , ' State of WashlngLon. fol K ng I .bUVELX CLOSE IN HOME t Ncatt]e 1 %Vashin o  .., *d .t,sa ; f A . .... . , t n 11)0 v , , County, on the 28th day o ug- -,nmm [Al, looms extra !are splc .md,sI:I, ERIO R COURT O WASH-{ .... 80l.;mpic National Building ust, 1962, by_ the Clerk thereof} "-" .......... I span in ano out. J,arge z cat" INGTON for King County. I;',',, ' -v,l'J..,,,  ntt la In the case of Kenneth F. Snyder, '--((fi,-----[ detacne(J, garage. Fenced back Estate of REX L. ItARPER De- ob ....  ......... o .... v ..... eer ,, as guardian ad litem of Conniel I 1 MI(.K McULI-1 ) I yard. go.derful h(une for a ceased Iu probale. No. 165607.['-"-':-- -- M nvder an incompetent Plain-[ [  ....... I growing lamily. Close to ous,, Notice* of hearinff final report( 31OSCItETTO & AI,FIEBI tiff v2rsus N E Rostedt, E)efend-! l.JAlll &ll (ED\\;/IC'[Z I SChOOlS, shopping. $16,950. J and netltlon for ffistribution : Attorneys for Estate ant .... [ I IfUL-/ \\;t.. ..Xlt.. CALL ON . AD NO. 2311 JEAIETTE IIAYI'S, admn|s-! 563 Olympic'Nathmal Building lo. 561662 and to' me, as] Reasonable rates $700 DOWN .. $96.80 1 ER MO, trot(ix d.b.n, of estale (f l{ex ,,eattle, Wasn. Sheriff directed and ( ellvered:  A" 07_ t h,A Q "(7{ L Ilarper, has flied w ih Clerk ofilN. TllE SUPERIQR. COURT OF NOTICE IS IIEREBY (;1VEN ! 1../  -r-/o- .,v,, z.-o/u C( urt her Final Report and Pe 1- i ]ne State of Washington for thelThat I wl proceed to se 1 al] I NORTll EAST REALTY Ilion for Distribution l)raying set- i. C()nty of.King. ....... ]public auetinn Lo the highest bid-i ort  of tn tne matter ot tne sae ot x l It hours :  tlement of Rep , distribut'on . 's ,der for cash, :lthn t e : HELP WANTED Fresh Today. j tn'ope,',y to persons entltled an(It MA.R UISINO, .Deeeased. In i l)rescrlbed by law for Sheriff's I -  " LAURELHURST Iher discharge. Same will be heard pronae. o. ab4U. ouce to sales, to-wit, ten o'clock A.M., CATt-4/IO ,, ,/,' ,, ,, ten the 261h day of September  ('reditot:s.. on the 19th (lay of October 1962, -.-'.'_' '-Y -*- ., . P a.Z '. t1,)62, at 10:00 a.rn. in Pro late De" i Noti 9 s nereoy given that the(before the Court ltouse d)or o[ BIBLI= bALb vXqtllSlte  spouess  uorms. ]pertinent of above Court. Any per-lun(!ersg ned hls been, appintedtKlng County, Jefferson Street en-', I i ,r"  *n L uwng_ rm.,_separate leon interested may then and there} am nas quantlea as ,xecutor Olltran(.e, at Seattle, in tlte State of t I IqL Z-0' ] rm,..(unec, to lake lappear file ohJecthms and con. lthe estate of lary Llrsino, De-IWashingto n all of the righl, titlel I  or  lvtt am]er) 1,3atlng space Itest sane iceased" that aJl persons havin " -- l " , " . - . . . - g and interest of said defendantl k.#" " 0-] In ovely kit. Full bsmt, at- I ...... ,, ,...,. {claims against Sald deceased al'e]N R Rnslodt in "(nd trl (ho fol t ,V,L.. j-uv tached " or" Dated aUgUSt z, I n)z , . . . ' ...................  ............ "} r',t., I age;.. $23,950. Mrs. ] Date of first nubticaUon Au-ustlh-e. eby tj.quijed to serve the same lowing described property, s tuat-i .... e:, -a a-,zau. / ...... " '" " /outy verueo on sala Executor or ed in Kin ' Countt. State 'of Wash o tm,. hJs t 1 ' .' " " I IMPORTS Sand Po,nt Gol{ Club . ' .. ..................... { :. a tu'n.eys of record at the[lngto n to-wit" I A....*;.n  .- ...:..,. ..,, I lxnuta* n *ZLn_*r.b*, I3OO "CSS oe OW slates and file the l'ho 'oas( 1' fop( nf tot 1 t( I - - - DgLIlUi  I)1' LJ|IL' lull r'll 'tr (If O"" ....... "   ' -'- " "-   ( " ' ........... ' " ' { WILD BILL'S bsmt rec rm A loveb love Bye" '}{ "S ]tOb'EDIIZ K'JJ2, )"uS the ..ue oct. sa] 9 the east 34 feet of tee south ..................... .,7,-., ", ' ""="=o w,-,h ' ,' .... , Utu:t togelner Wltn prooi oi sucn i, of lot 2 in block 28 of Mcr I ... wu.Rorvwu  Le.._, , - ........ ! Deluty iservi(e within six months after  r's second Addition to thet umq,ue gltts.r men ann_,omen. u,y. , o c ,., f- , IJOSI,:I'If A. tlOI,LEMAN, itiae date of first publication of] City o[ Seal.tle as recorded in{ ower re nace .vLa,e. Lnartes 6( ;)yOll k..Orlley Atl )rney f(r Eslate this notice or the same will be, ;of 2 nr n .a(' on ,,.-o 7 to. 5511 NE 65th LA 5-9250111)35 SeCurities Builling barred, cur(is o['l{'[n'"Co "" ,3"ahin' t)l, i MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE CIO.0N I Scattle 1, Washington { DaCe, of first publication August together wit the" vacated gpor-[ - " 150 DOWN I Final publication September 14, i *' 'v,,^vv ,n,,vn lion of Aloha Street, adjoining t 563 Olympic National Jsed washing machines and DRY- Seattle, situate in the City of ERS---Parts--Rental. PA, 3-2605 ONLY *S0 BIRTHS Building, Seattle, Wash, Seattle, County of King, State JOSEPH A. MOSC'IETTO of of Washington; levied on as & PA. 5-1523. 8442 Dallas Ave. S. i O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hot'r by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Th), consdations. Let the absdving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own ldy be my ood, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and nly 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, i. Thy faith and in "l'hy love, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. ... NURSING HOME STUI:IB[NGS NURSING HUME 'Cathull operated" Prlvata eases only. State Llc. No. 69 " 1"13216th Ave. E& 8-6061 REENWOOD CONVALFCENT NURSING HOME "Private and semi-Private" State Lle. No. EM. 2-7575 PEItONAL ................. WANT TO SHARE APARTMENT WITH GIRL 28 OR OVER. HAVE NOT CttOSEN APART- MENT AS YET.. HAVE SOME FURNITURE. CALL TA4-6047. , PLASTERERS ILAS'I'F..R. and STUCCO patching our speclalty. Reasonable rates. LA 4-5560 LA 4-5986 Just as clean as can be and close to all schools bus and shop- ping. Range, refrigerator, wash- er, living and dining rm. furni- ture all Included. Just llsted to- day and first time advertised, CALL ME 2-4200 MARIE MOSS REALTY CO. 1716 N. 45th ME 2-4200 ST. JOSEPH'S Good family home on level lot, 1 bedroom and newer full bath! on main floor. 3 bedrooms, and full bath up; Wired for dryer, i FHA Priced. Will consider con- tract. Call Mrs. Murphy EA 2- 2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 A Distinctive New Address IMPERIAL Easf Visit the furnished show houses. Oen daily noon 'Ill dark or Call 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. Open Daily Firwood Terrace 2 4 , A community of 45 new colonial & PLUMBERS Early American Style Homes  all with possible 4" to 6 bed- PLIBING& IIEATLNr-" I rooms & Family room. FHA '.I{VIE [ b u i 1 t & supervised, close o   1 shopping Parochial and Pub le Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store  " " ' .............. w L G , J^CC A DT  Cf-kle 1 enools, ,lti,buu wltn quu ao n . [VIf'.DOFR/ O( OdlO plus (:losing costs & $96 per Mo. 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 Call on Ad. No. 639. PR 6-2154. L. P. MARTIN, INC. LYNNWOOD, WN. HANDYMAN -- dd lobs wanted[ by seamen who are waiting torl SACRED HEART PARISH . ships. Exper:,nced pain.ters,{ BELLEVUE Ioo'd at carpentry, will do[ e h o r a | Ph. Catboll Seamen's Custom contemporary. 4 bedrooms, *":" Club, MU 2-4TI& family dining. [Ttility room. Kitchen with 5 built-ins and eating space, all on 1 level. llEI,I.IN({HAI[  Nt. Joseph's General ltospltal reports the following hirth to 31r. and Mrs.: Lawrence Zender, gift, Sept. 8 CHEHAI,IS-'q. Helen's Hos- llal reportn the following irths to Mr, and Mrs.: Robert Johnstone, girl, Sept, 6. Edward Kaech, girl, Sept, 8, EVERETT -- Provldenee Hos- pital rep.rts the folh)wing hirihs to Mr. and 5Ire. James Lydon, hoy, Aug. 2. Glen Melum, boy, Aug. 2, Joseph McCann, boy, Aug. 3. Michael Kerriek, glrl, Aug. 3. Richard MePeak, girl, Aug. 6. Rlchard Brown, boy, Aug, "1. Rkhard Ruseh, boy, Aug. 9. Ronald Rayson, glrl, Aug. 9. Thomas MIlschko, glrl, Aug. 9. John Thompson, boy, Aug. 10. James Adams, girl, Aug. 14. Charles Berry, girl, Aug. 15. Gerald Mehaffey, girl, Aug. 15. Richard Chrlstianson, girl, Aug, 5. Kenneth Williams, boy, Aug. 18. Raymond Garrloch, girl, Aug. 18. Rudy Johnson, twin boys, Aug. 19. Francis Rubatino, girl, Aug. 19, William Holloway, girl, Aug. 21, Robert Hawley, girl, Aug. 21. Robert Conley, girl, Aug. 21. Rooert O'Brien, girl. Aug. 22. Charles Thaeker, girl, Aug 22. Julian Rusezyk, llrl, Aug. 23, Start Shh'mer, gift, Aug. 23. . Gordon Frahm, boy, Aug. 25. James Buell, boy, Aug, 27, Robert Ashcroft, girl, Aug. 27. Kenneth Jaaskela, girl, Aug. 28. John Kurts, boy, Aug. 28, John Doherty, girl, Aug. 29. Richard lIopklns, gift, Sept. 1. Robert Wlnnte, girl, Sept. 1. Miles Hanchett, bov, Sept. 1. Vern Benson, bey, [Sept. 2. SECRETARY: SIx years experi-] ence, shorthand, typing, Die(a- I $26,700, Imhediate possession. Charles Rochon, girl, Sept. 2. phone plus! Good dispos lion, See at 9707-NE 14th, Bellevue. Theodore Johnson, boy, Sept. 6. loves to work eager to learn; I Then call owner at EX2-5106 Donald Somes, boy, ept. 7. Ing permanent responsiblel for appointment. ' LONGVIEV -- St. Jaha ltos- lon.SU_ 3-8076 afterslx, { ST. JOSEPH'S pltal re p or( s the fidiowing assist with light housework{ 7 BEDROOM births to Mr, and ]Irs,: or companion. 9 to 4 daily. Thel ........... Eugene Bell, girl, Sept. 2. Progress Box "B". l iaeal amuy mcauon extra sze ,fad Snyder, girl, Sept. 3. ' (orner lot Iust 1 block from }tarlan Burrus, girl, Sept, ,l. -= Volunteer Park. Caldwell Durham, girl, Sept. 6. TELEVISION AND RADla SERVICE' TRULY A GEM Alan Trochln, girl, Sept. 7. ! of a home with 4 spacious bed- FENDRICH RA1)iO & rv I rooms on 2nd floor and 3 more SEATTLE -- Providence ({us. 'Member St. Edward' Parish  [ ' plus bath on 3r(l, 5 sets of pltal r e p o r t s the folhlwing PA 3-11'1'] l)lumhlng In nil. Priced fro' births to Mr. and Mrs. , ,, quick sale, Call Mary Bracelln, Lawrence Roberts, boy, Sept. 4. TYPEWRITERS ...... / EA. 3-8717. [John Gockel, boy, Sep}. 4. i i .,.._ n.*,. / CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTRS.[ l)ennis Blazina,' girl, Sept.\\;5, _ _  " "' '. i1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700[ Peter Stc('kler, boy, Sept. 5. Fredric Bh'keland, girl, Sept. '7.  RENTALS {--[ Donald Gallagher, h0y, Sept. 7. Rent a typewriter Ior school, " l. AININI::5 ".  I William Blue, boy, Se'pt. 7. Student Rates. Free Delivery /4 Bedrooms, 2 complete baths, I Robert Wells, boy, Sept. 7. MODERN OFFICE EQUIP. CO. ! nice enclosed yard. Wnnderful Elmer IAtke, boy, Sept. 7. Bob Rozon--WE 5-7120 [ family home, $21 500. Call Mr., John Sherwin, boy, Sepl. 8. ' / "mere. Itoly Rosary Parish" [ Garrison, AT 2-6439. i Juan BagaMan, gift, Sept. 9. ' L ....  BLAINE REALTY J David Ryan, girl, Sept. 9. J TYPEWRITERS FOIl SCItOOL I 11t Boston AT3.5511 : 5Ill'heel Christensen, girl, Sept, Portables and Standards. I ----I 10. Rent or buy on low terms. 1521,500---3 bedrooms. Family room. Ronald WIseman, boy, Sept 10, WASHINGTON TYPEWRITER CO.I 2 car garage. Walking distance Richard Naish, girl, Sept. 10. Ave. MA3-69281 to St, Matthew's, EM$9383. I Samuel Elrod, gii'l, Sept. 10, MOSCttETTO & ALFIERI, Attorneys fnr Estate, 563 O ympi( National But ding Sea(rid Wash. Final nuhlication September 14, 1962. THEOI)ORE P. CUMMINGS Attoraey for Estate 1008 Olympic );ational Building Seattle. IVash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King.  . In lhe matter of the =state oi JAMES BERNARD DALY, De- ceased, In probate. No. 1684'14. Notice to creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and ha qualified as executrix of the estate of James Bernard Daly, Deceased; that all persons having clatms agalnst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, ',on said executrix or net attorney of record at the address helow stated, aud file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with prop( of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of Iirst publication August 31, 1962. TERESA A. DALY Executrix of said Estate 1008 Olympic National Building, Seattle Wash, TtIEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney for Estate, 1008 O ympic National Building Seattle, Wash. Final publication September 14 1962. Atlorney for sald Estate 40! First National Bank Building Everett, Washington Telephone: Bayview 0742 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT (IF lhe State of Washington In and for the County or King. In the matter of the guardianship of the person and estate of LIZZIE J. I1OYT, an incompe- tent. No. 168237. Notice to cred- itors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Guardian ot the Estate of the above named t lncompetent; that all persons hay- ling claims against satd lncomp- }etent are taereby required to pre- ]sent the same, duly verified on /said Guardian or Clarence J. Cole- tman, attorney of record, at the [address below stated, and file the ]same with lhe Clerk of said Court, willfln six (6) months aft(:]' the date of the first publi- cation of lhis Notice to Creditors or the same will be barred. t Fh'st publication: 9-7-6'2. I GORI)ON M. HOYT ] Guardian ICLARENCE J. COLEXIAN [Altorney for said Estale 401 First National Bank Building Everett Washington Telephone: Baywew 0742 Final publication Sept. 21, 1962.1 the property of said defendant to satisfy a judgment amounting to l One thousand seven hundred fifty i six and 56/100 ($1 756.56) Dollars ! the cost of suit and intoresl, in favor of plantiff. Dated this 30th day of August, 1962. By Coral Claibourn I Deputy [ Fins!_ publication Oct. 5, 1_:q62.1 ALEXANDER L. CAIN [ Attorney for Estate I 918 Joseph 'Vance Building t Seattle, Wash.  ( IN TItE SUIERIOR COI,RT )F the State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of PEARL J. KENNEDY, Deceased. No. 168631. Notice to creditors, Notice {s hereby given that the underMigned has been al)poinled and has qualified as gxecutor of the estate of Pearl J. Kennedy, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verlfod, on said executor or his attorney of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such ser- vice within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be harred. Date ot first publication August 7, 1962. PROCTOR KENNEDY Executor of said Estale 918 Joseph Vance Building Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Est'ttc 918 Joseph \\; ance Building, Seattle Wash. Final publication September 21, 196Z Puyalhp ROCIION, 1)chat, 75, Holly llotel, died Selllcmber 3. Requi- em September (; St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Mon- treal, Canada. Lived in Puyat- lup 15 years. Shoe salesman. SLIrvivors: son, Donaht of Ta- (:oma; sister, Mrs. Ralph Burl, Mclntosh, Minn.; half sisler 5h's, John B, lhrcy Yak ma five gran((:hi dren and three reat-grandchildren. G a f f n e 3' 'uneral ttome, Seattle BAITER, Mrs. Sydney, (Yvonne Marie), 60, 4332 Burke Ave. N,, (lied September 51 l/equiem Sep- tember 8 St, Benedict Church, Burial l.folyrood. Born In Man- ispee, Mich. Came here in 1904. \\;Vas a receptionist for the Sher- man Optlcal Co. Survivors: bus- hand, Sydney C,; son, Charles, in the Marines in California, and a sister, Mrs. Lorraine ttampson, S e a t t I o. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Itome. BAIBt6ARTNER, V i r g i n I a, 1426 N. W. 51st. Requiem Sept. 10 S1. Alphonsus. Burial Cal- vary. Survivors: husband, Fred; sons, Michael and David: daughler, Betty Ann Baumgar- trier; nlother, Gertrude Perician; sisters, Antoinelte Vaugn and Alice Shvros, Seattle; brothers, John Perician, Sea(lie: and Mar- ion Perician, Spokane. Booth- Asmore Funeral Home. BEVANS, Mrs. Mlllard (Wil- ma Mary), 59, died Sept. 5. Re- quiem Sept. 8 I-loly Family Church. Surnvors: husban(l, Millard: sons. Gordon Elkhart, Ind.: Lt. Peter Charles Bevans, Lorraine Base Maine: daugh- ters. Mrs. Robert A. Way, Port- land, Ore.: Mrs. Patrick Rizil, Closter, N. J.; Mrs. Itenry Pe- dcrson, MISM Deane Bevans, both Seattle: brother, Drucille R. l{iil, Seoul, Korea; seven grand- children. Yarington Wltte Cen- ter Funeral Home, COOl{. Mrs, l,ester, (1,ueille M.) 53, 7533 24th N.E., dlcd Sepl. 8. l{equiem Sept, 11 St Aloysius Church BucRley. Bur- ial Wilkeson Calholic Cemetery. B,irn in Wilkeson. Came here 35 years ago, SurvIv0rs; hus- band. Lesler Cook: mother Mrs. Berlha Zydek, Bu(.klcy; Mix brothers. Amirew Zydek, San Francisco; Fred Zydek, Buckley; Ben Zydek, Tac.oma; Chester Zydek, Puyallup: Richard Zy- (lk. Sumner, and Stan Zydek, Entlme]aW: *four sisters. Mrs. Itelen Thornton, Seattle; Mrs. Ray lIamllton. Drain, Ore.; Mrs. l:;rnery McPherson, Puyal- lup, and Mrs. Frank Cerne, Enumclaw. Whltmore Funeral ttome, Buckley. ('ORKEItY. Edm.,nl, 94. 17236 Ashway, died Sept. 5. Requiem Sept. 8 st. Luke Church. Burial r Calvary. Bonney-gatson Fune- ral Home. FRANZI';N, Joseph William. 61. died September 2. Requiem Sept. 7 Hoty Family Churel, Yarington White Center Funeral Home. ({I{E(;G. 31re. James I%'., 40, 6226 22nd Ave N.E., died Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 13 St..Cath- erine Chnreh. Burial ]hltyrood. Born in Bellingham. Came here in 1932. Survivors: husband. James W. Gregg; two daugh- lerM, Mrs. Georganne Dotson and M i s s Caroh, n Crawford, both of Sealtle: alher. Bruce A, Camp of Edmonds, and her molhe', Mrs Nancy E Camp ,i; Bellingham; one 'sister, Mrs. Aldene Oshorn, Studio Cit y, Calif. and a brother, Bruce M. Camp of Seattle. Johnson & Sons Funeral 1tome. ltA].I,, Mrs. Nora M.. 50, 10944 23rd Ave. N,E. died Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 10 St. Cath- erine Church. Burial, Holyrood. Born in Calgary, Alberta, Came here in 1938 from Aberdeen. Sur- vivorg; three sons, Bruce, New \\;estministe', B. C., and Gary and David Hall. both of Seatlle: three siMlers, Mrs. Vinifred Noe, Eugene, Ore.: Mrs. Marion Mar- linson, Aberdeen; and Mrs. Dorotly Peterson, Eugene; and a broLher, Wilfred Ever(s, Eugene. lqoffner's Fisher-Kallus Funeral Ih)me. ltARVEY, .lrs. Bernard, 70, ]023 S. llenderson St., died Sept. 6. I{equlem Sept, 10 Our Lady of I.ourdes Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in County Donegal, h'eland. Came In Sea'tie in 1918 from South Dakota. Former housekeeper at the Assumption and Our I, ady of Lourdes Churches. Memher nf the Altar Sociely, Legion of Mary, Oblates of St. Benedict and the St.. Martin's Mother's Cluh. Surviv- ors: husband. Bernard; three daughters, Sis(or Mary Grace, O.S.F., Portland: 1lrs. Martin Lynch, Seattle,. and Mrs, Prosp- er Ostrowski. Aberdeen: three sons, Jack A. and Edward J,, Seattle, and Bernard T. Harvey, Olympia; a sister, Mrs, Mary Pedigo, and a brnther, John Boyle, hoth of Redwood City, Calif,; and 19 grandchildren. lloffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral ttome. HED(;E. Mrs. Artbnr O, (Le- ,no), 87409185th Ave. E., died September 5. Requiem Sept. '1 St.. Joseph Church. Burial Holy- rood, Born in Germany, ,Came here In 1902. She is surylved by her husband, Arthur O. Butler- worth's Funeral llome. LIICERO, Mrs. Joseph (Ver N.), 58, 1588 E. 170th, died Sept. 5, Requiem Sept, "7 St. Mark Church. Burial Holvrood. Sur- vivors: husband, Joe! daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Oswald 'and Mrs. Dolores McMurray, all Seattle; sister, Mrs. Pauline Brant, Ev- erett: s e v e n grandchildren, Home Undertaking Company, Hamilton's Funera[Parl0r Seattle MAltlfl.E, John Edward, 65, 2337 12th Ave. E., died (-'pt. lU. le(luicm Sept. 15 St. PairicR Church. Burial Calvary, Born in Menominec, Mich. Graduated [rom tbe University of Montana aid laler attended Columbia Universily in Ncw Yore(. Came llere in 1919. Was account exec- utive for the Seattle Post-lntel- ligcncer. Member of the Ameri- can 1,egion; Sigma Della Chi and Sigma Phi Epsihm frater- nities, and the 1to y Name S)- clety. Survivors: wife, Ida C. and one grandson. Bonney-Wat- son Funeral Ilome, )IONTGOMERY, lrs. Frank (hla 31.), 70, 4602 5(Ith Ave S., died Scot. 9. Requiem Sept. 12 Sl. Edward Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Seattle. Was a graduate of Iloly Names Acad- emy. Survivors: six sisters, Mrs. Lloyd C. Roemer and Mrs. Marie Vanderlip, b()th of Seattle; Mrs. Amanda McClclland, M erccr Island: Mrs. Nick l<eim, Everett; Mrs. Charles Pedroni Alameda Calif.; and Mrs. 1.lip Wheeler, 'Mountain View, Cali. Manning & Sons Funeral I1ome. 3IORISETrE, Mrs. Albert E., 14935 18th Ave. S. W., died Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 10 Sl, 1,'rancis of Assist Church. Burial Spokane. Born in lfoughton, Mich. Lived in Spokane many years before c[imlog here 14 years ago. Sur- vivors: daughters, Mrs. Dean W. Buchan, Ureas Ish(nd, and Mrs. R. V. Johnstone, Seattle; a son, Clement R. Morisette, Otheltn; six grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Yar- ington's Funeral ltome. NIELSEN. )like 71. 1411 N.E. 107th St. Requiem Sept. 15 St. Catherine Church. Burial Ilolv- rood. Survivors: wife Elizabeth; daughter, 5rlrs. Lloyd Lackie. Se- attle sons, Thom,s and Lloyd Nielsen, Seattle; brother, Chris Nielsen, Marysvllle, Wash; sis- iers Mrs. Omrad Ifansen and Mrs. Fred Peterson, Seattle; 14 randchlldren Wiggen and Sons uneral florae. PA(;ANO. Mrs. l)omeaieo (An- |la}, 69, 23:37 29th Ave. S., died Sept. 4. Requiem Sept.. 8 Mi. Virgin Church. Burial Calvary. Survivors: husband, Domenico; snn, Sam A. Pagano; daulzhler. 5Its. Rosalie Patrlcelli: sisters, Mrs. Catlerine Terrana Mrs. Maria Sunseri. Mrs. Amelia Serrio: brothers. Lorenzo and Filippo Gnzzardl: five grand- children and three great-grand- children. Columbia F u.n e rai Home. AVARESI':. Gae/ano, 67, 4410 :30th Ave. W,, (lied Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 12 Our Lady of Fatim Church. Burial lto]y- r,a)d. Born in New York City Came here in 1921. Was a re- tired U.S. Army Major, serving In the Corps of Engineers from 191'/ io 1947. Survivors: wire, Alma K.; four sisters and seven brothers, all of New YofR city. STREVEN,%, Charles 1t., 72, 821 9th Ave., (lied Sept. 8. Requiem Sept. 12 St. James Cathedral. Burial Cah'arv. Born In Dublin, Ireland CanOe here from Spokane in 1918. Was em- ]loycd by the Union Pacific aih'(lad 'for 42 years. Was a member of the 1.1oly Name Society and the Tlfird Order of St. Francis. John Katin Funeral Home. VILI.ALOBOS. Herntan (;., 5,(}, 8448 Beacon Ave. S., died Au- gust 39 l{eqmem Sept. g St. James Cathedral. Burial lilly- rood. Survivors: wJfe. l{isako: daughter, Mrs. Max|he Robin- son; brother, Benny, and two grandchildren. Jollnson & Sons  uneral IIome, YEATON, Mrs. George (Eva Rose), 76, died Sept. 9. Requiem Sepl. 12 Christ the King Church. Born In Clyde, Kas. Came here a year ago from Everett wherc she had resided 20 years. Mem- ber of the St. Rlta'Guild. Sur- vivors: eight daqghters, Mrs. Robert Bolinger, Seattle; Mrs. George Bolllnger, Bothell: Mrs. Fred lfolstein, Bellevue: Mrs. Lester Sauvage, Fall City; Mrs. Elizabeth Korzon and Mrs. Max Oshle, both of Everett: Mrs. Carroll Brade, Marysville, and iXlrs. LeRoy Rossman, Tacoma; two sons. Lorin G Yea(on, Se- attic, and Bernard F. Yea(on, Chamberlain, S. D.; two sis- iers and a brother in South Dakota and another sister in Omaha. Neb.. 36 grandchildren and 23 greet grandclfildren. Home Undertaking Company, THE PROGRESS--? Friday, Sepf. 14, I%2 Tacoma FI,EMIN6, Alban, 79, 1228 S. Ferry St., died September 1. Requiem Seplember 6 St. Leo Church. Burial Calw(ry. Born in llelmville, Mont, Came to Ta- coma a m(mth ago after living in Puyallup five vears, Member of Eagles. Survi\\;:ors: wife, Ju- lia; sons, Allen, California, and Deane, Seatlle; six daughters, Mrs. Margaret Eltrich, Tacoma, ,'Irs. Shelton Fisher, Renlon, Mrs. Betly Piall, Santa Clara, Call(., h's. Ardes Jlminez, Cap- is/rano Beach, Calif., Mrs. Carol \\;Vm'lcy, Renton and Mrs, Mar- orie Marvin of Fullerlon, Calif.: )rothcr, I, e e, Moolana, 34 grandchlhh'cn and one great- randchlld. Gaffney F u n e r a l ome. i OPOLSI(I, John B. Jr., 21, 1.716 N. 1-'rospcct St., died Sep- 1ember 2. I{equiem Seplember 6 St. Patrick Church, Burial Cal- vary. B(irn in ]::numctaw and lived In Tacoma 20 years. Grad- uate of Sladium Iligil School and attended Universily of Pu- get Sound and Olympia College. Member (if Ih)ly Name Society. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Topolski Sr.: two brothers, Jcflrey and Stanley, both at home; sister, I.yd a, home; and grandmolher, Mrs. K. Topolski, Enomclaw. Gaffney Funeral I4ome. t,'l!;l$1'21t. Mrs. Fred A, CIlary), "/'3, 1039 S. MaeArthur St., dled September 7 Requiem Septem- ber 11 Sl. Charles Borronleo Church. Bu,'ial Cah, ary. Born in Nebraska. Lived In Tacoma a year, (,omlng from Spokane "o,'hcre she had lived ,50 years, Survivors: husband, son. Ed- ward. Mukilteo: daughter, 51"l's. 13ante] Fcldhaus. Tacoma: three brothers. Paul Frelmuth. Spokane: Mike Freimuth Selah and ldward Freimuth. Croak: two sisters. 7Irs. Kate l.Ynel and Mrs. Edith Antes. bnth of Sl)ol{ane; five grandchildren. Gaff hey Funeral Home. Vancouver fiOIFLKIEW1CZ. Stanley H,, gY died August 31. Requiem September 4 St James Church. Burial St. James Acres. Resident f Vancouver 65 yearM. Born In P(dand, Survivors: threc daugll- ters, Mrs. Eugene IMariO Kem- per. Miss Ann Gomu]klewl(2 and Mrs. John IConnle) l{osletier, all of VIincouver; tWO son& Stan- ley F., Vancouvcr and Pnul It., Vera Cruz. ?4exb,o: 15 grand- children. Hamlllon F u n e r a 1 I tom e, (;OODSON, George T., 50, 1213-A C St.. (lied September 8. l{equicnl Seplemher 11 St, Joseph Church. Born tn Ward. \\;V Va. Machinist at Columbia Machine Works fnr past 18 years. Member of Maehlnist lninn SUCVtVOrM: wife, Hclen: parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd (;oodson. Dolhan. W. Va., son, Ted. Portland: da{ghler. Mrs. Gcrald (Nola} Monet(, Sell Lake Citv; three brolhers, P, ev. A. D. Gnodson, Charlottesville Va., Ernest, Sm lhers. W. Va., and Veroon. Cedar Grove. W', \\;'a.: lhree sisters, I.otti Pauley, Cedar Grove; Gloria. Dothan and Ite l e n Crabhill, ,Vashlngton, D.C., o n e grandchild. Van- couver Funeral lIome. SECOIL lh's. FraneeM L,, 54, (lied September 7. Requiem Sep- tember 11 Our Ladv of Lourdes Church. Burial St :Ames Acres Born In Soutl Dakota, Lived here two months. Survivors: sons Robert, Orlck Calif., and J a me s. Port and: daughlers, Mrs Mary Johnsnn and Mrs. Lu- eille Stiles. bolh of Portlald nnd Mrs. Muriel Bazler, Orlck; "14 grandehilden brolhers, Rob- erl Mutt. California, Vane Molt, Pendleton Ore.. and Arlo Mort, Port and. llamilton Funeral IIome. STUII(;ESS, ]toward M., 55, at Sedalia, Mo., died Septemher 3. Requiem September 8 St. James Church Burial St. James Acres. Lived In Sedalia 12 years. Lived In Vancouver all his life prior to hls move to Missouri, Surviv- ors: wife. Mary; mother, Mrs. Fred Sturgess, Vancouver; daughter, Rnsemary at home, r \\; ancoux er Funeral Home, Taomo WAIINER. h's. E d w a r d (Eva), 63, died Seplember 2. COYNE, 5I r s, Patlh,k M. R0quiem September 5 St. James Church. Burial St. James Acres. (Rosel, 85, 808 S, 80th SI., died September 6 Requiem Seplcm- Born In Green Bay, Wis. Lived ber 10 Sl Ann Church. Burial here 34 years. Survivors: hue- Calvary. Born in Ireland Lived band: two daughters, Mrs. Lu- In Tacoma 45 Veers. Survivors: cille Bartletl. Vancouver, Mrs. sister, Mrs. tatriek Biggens, D n n a 1 d Boniface. Scappoose, New York City and several Ore., five grandrhlldren and nieces and nephews. Cassedy three great.grandchildren. Ham- and Allen Mortuary. ilion Funeral Home. John Kalin Funeral H0me Catholic Owned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAsf 3-1234 In the Heart o the Medical Center I I Thoughtful Service Always, when your need is greatest . . . All Facilffies on Ground Floor kO/({-/l.::: ( lord, {nc{udlng Two Chape{$ . ,],/ CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED  PARKINLPROVIDE D Adams Fdrkner/' .,. AD.00 ow.. g.L;,32" 7,7.J,00 'S;"' tglo I