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[] I BUY WITH THEM PROGR ISS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30€ Per Line, .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. PHONE: MA 2.8880---Local 21 I i ii CLASSIFIED RATE: 3Oc PER LINE Porms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR HOLIDAY RATES SAVE 3o% Murpls pointed in piace of business or In your home, on canvas or on wall. Your choice of scenery. Free estlmates. Out of town call Bob Mahugh collect. AT 3- 1836, Seattle. ART MURALS TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 i ,i CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CLEANERS SERVICED YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.00 1032 N.E. 62ND LA 24671 ! CONTRACTING  i nt Ing ,pa e r i rig3 Wo:4a per di s . play on hand. Free estimates. AT. 3-1836 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and Composition siding• Free estimates• Guarantead work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-$4B1 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. CompleteJ remodeling service, room additions, re- I pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay PA 2-4463 FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI.Catessen 9436 .i16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 FOR RENT St. Benedicts 6 BDRMS JUST 3 BLOCKS FROM ST. BENE- DICT'S. Situated In a quiet neighbor- hood st. This home has been extensive- ly remodeled and ready for Immedi- ate occupancy. It features a large liv- Ing room with wall to wall carpeting and picture wlndows. Huge family size Rtlchen wilh appliances. Also large de- tached garage. All this for 513,750. Minimum down FHA terms. Call LA. 5-4343 on home no. 57. Benton's Realty, 6717 Roosevelt Way N.E. SAND POINT 4 BEDROOMS NOTHING DOWN FULL BASEMENT GARAGE FI REPLACE NEW FURNACE NEW PAINT TOP DISTRICT $12,9s0 We Invite you to see this charmlng fam- ily home with these features. New list- ing overlooking Sand Point Way. Need we soy more! Hurry, call EM 4-1180 on Ad No. 1331. Picture Floor Plans inc., 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM 4-1180 ST. MATTHEW'S--LAKE CITY 6 year old, 4 bedroom, daylight base- ment, two fireplaces. Wall to wall car- peting. Large kitchen with 2nd eating space, dishwasher and disposal. Large landscaped fenced yard. $19,320 FHA. By owner, EM. 2-9474. ST. BERNADETTE Three bedroems. Finished daylight base- ment. 3 blocks io church. $975 down. CH 4-0576. LARGE FAMILY HOME OR ROOMERS HOMES FOR SALE HOMEY SUNSET HILL 3 Bedrooms--Bsmf. CABINET OIL FURNACE 2-Car Def. Garage Paved Alley--Fenced Yard ONLY '$15350 THIS CHARMER IS SPOTLESS AND SHINY, BOTH INSIDE AND OUT, EN- TIRELY CARPETED MAIN FLOOR. LIVING ROOM WITH CHEERFUL FIREPLC., WIDE ARCHWAY TO DIN- ING RM., DELIGHTFUL KITCH. HAS 5 STOOL BREAKFAST BAR, FORMICA COUNTERS AND VINYL FLOOR COV- ERINGS. MODERN BATH, RECESSED TUB AND SLIDING GLASS SHOWER CURTAIN. CAB. OIL FURNACE IN FINISHED BSMT., WITH SPACIOUS AND WELL FINISHED 3rd BDRM. A NEIGHBORHOOD OF PR O U D L Y GROOMED QUALITY HOMES. BET- TER HURRY, CALL SU 3-1300 ON AD 29. Open Dolly 9 to 9--Sun. 10 to 6 LOYAL REALTY 7725 - 24th NW SU 3.1300 CLOSE IN--Sturdy 4 bedroom home. Well constructed wJlh living room and dining room. Wall to wall carpeting, fireplace. Full basement. Furnace. Nice yard. SUMNER St. Anthony RENTON WALK TO SCHOOL FOUR BEDROOM BRICK In spotless condition wtlh full basement and go- rage. Wall to wall carpets. Tile bath. Formica kitchen with stainless sink and Volunteer Park 5 PLUS dishwasher. Covered patio accented by several fruit trees. Full view. FHA ap- praised. S17,300--$800 down. BA 6-6363 or AL 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES 307 4th Ave. Renton, Wash. PFP VIEW SOUND & MTNS. EDMONDS NEW BEDROOMS Close to ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Extra large living room. Oil hot water heat. Convenient to every- thing. For mere Information call Mar' Brocelln, EA 3-8717 or EA 5-0700. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700 TOP O' QUEEN ANNE ST. ANNE'S )UPLEX. 2 bedrooms, fireplaces, ranges, refrigerators, washer and dryer. One unit wall to wall carpet and drapes. $21,000. Coil Mr. Garrison, evenings, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11 Boston AT 3-5511 CARLETON PARK Rambler with many possibilities for larglng. Near Our Lady of Fatima. In Memoriam I T O the charity of your Masses u and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Ralph M. Fontaine, S.D.S., died Nov. 14, 1943. Balnbridqe Island CLAYTON, Donald, 37, 1218 Terry St., died Nov. 2, Requiem Nov, 6, St, Ca- celia Church, Winslow. Born In Seattle. Moved 1o Balnbridge Island when he was a year old. Attended Central Washington College tar 1we. Had been working for Clark's Ferry Concessions. Survivors: parents: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clayton, Bainbrldge Island, and a brother, John G., Kaloma. Owyen Funeral Home. Remembrances may be made to the Society for the Propaga- tion of the Faith. Bellingham VALADOA, Mrs. Cora M., 67, of 2122 New St., died Oct. 31. Requiem high Mass Nov. 4, Church af the Assump- tion. Burial Bay View. Survivors: two nieces, Mrs. Kenneth Christofferson of Slonwood and Mrs. Don Jacobs of Syl- vana. Gunderson Funeral Home, Stan- wood. Everett BURKE, Madellne E., 45, of 2026 Grand Ave., died Oct. 29. Requiem Nov. 2, Immaculate Conception Church. Buri- al Evergreen. Cassldy Funeral Home. Everett DEWITT, Mrs. Earl S. (Mary Janet), 41, of 926 Maple St., died Nov..3. Here are a few of the many features of Drapes, carpets, and many extras. : Requiem Nov. 6, Our Lady of Per- this new duality built home! Huge living FHA. Appraised $22,850--By owner. AT petual Help Church. Burial Evergreen. room with stone fireplace, separate 2-0699, / Born in Seattle. Lived In Everett past kitchen IS o model of modern efficiency I with outlt-ln range, oven, dishwasher I " ST. JOSEPH'S ! and garbage dlsposall Large sliding [ Very attractive 4 bedroom home. Pretty I glass doors lead out onto the patio I entrance and day rooms. 11/2 baths. All deck, for an unsurpassed view. This I in excellent condition. Call Mrs. Mur- home Is completely Insulated in walls phy EA. 2-2710 or LA. 2-5656. i and ceiling. 3 master size bdrms with VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. I 4fh to be finished as your needs In- I crease. Large recreation room space In 3817 N.E. 45th LA. 2.5626[ bsmt. with 2nd fireplace and 3rd bathl   ----- ! roughed in. 2 car garage and many more features for you to enjoy. So call TRIPLE PLUMBING 1 LA 4-1130 on Ad No. 3456 for on early 4 BEDROOMS I appointment to see. Picture Floor Plans Daylight basement Separate dining room. l Inc. Eating space in kitchen. Central entry, j Wall to wall carpaling, Dtshwasher. I LA 4-I 1 30 s17,850, wE..517. SPECIAL 3 bedrooms, basement, large kltchen, I fireplace. Wall to wall carpet. Garage. l Re Iglon, Race, no barrier 513,500. By I " Seattle THE PROGRESS--I I EERTOLD,, c,orence, s3, 315 Word:-:: Friday, Nov., 8, 1963 St., d;ed Nov. 4. Requiem Nov. 6, St. Anne Church. Entombment Holyrood. i Born In Seattle. Member of the Seattle Pioneer Association. WOSyard,a carpenter , :: ,, 'r, __ __, at the Bremerton Navy retiring 3nohomlsh 10 years ago. Survivors; wife, Monlca; sons, Thomas, William and John Bet- .HLT, Alan J., 17, died Nov. 3. Re- toldh and daughter Kathryn Bertoldl,':llUie NOv. 7, Our Lady of Perpetual all of Seattle; stepfather, Rudolph Pdro- = Help Church. Burial GAR CemeterY. line, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Victoria Born In Everefl. Moved 10 Snohomish Swartz, Los Angeles, and brolhers, Peter, Albert and George Bertoldi, and Louis and Elmer Poroline, Souffle, and the Rev. Arnold Porollne, O.F.M., Los Ange!es John Kalin Funeral Home. COLE, Anthony, 55, l10V2 Tenth Ave. E, died Oct. 29.Requiem Nov. 4, Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Born in Denver. Came here seven years ago from Portland. Was manager of the Assecioled General Contractors Club. Survivors: wife, Kay B.; and a broth- er, Frank W. Cole, Denver. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. HANLEY, HOMER, 55, 3705 Woodlown Ave. N., died Nov. 1. Requiem Nov. 4, St. Benedict Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Burlington. Attended both Washington State University and the University of Washington. Crime to Seat- tle 17 years ago. Was a drug salesman. Member of the Holy Name Society and Sigma Nu fraternity. Survivors: wife, Dorothy C., and sons, Gerry C. and Kovin V. Hantey, at home; brothers, Richard E., Pale Alto, Calif., Leroy B., Berkeley, Calif., Michael V., Evanston, HI., Harold M., Port Orchard, and Lee F. Hanley, Edmonds, and a sister, Mrs. William M. Ryan, also of Ed- monds. Hoffner's Fisher.Kalfus Funeral Home. 32 years ago. Member of Junior class 0t Snohomish high school, Spanish Club, Cross Country Track Team, Square Dance Club and St. Michael's CYO. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holt of Snohomlsh; two broth- ers, Larry of Montana and Donnle; four sisters, Julia, Mary, Margaret and Cathy of Snohomish; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Holt of Snohomish and Mrs. Elizabeth Swain of Billings, Mont. Cassidy Funeral Home. Tacoma COSTELLO, Edward M., S6, at 6819 MHton Ave. E., died Oct. 29. Requtem Oct. 31, St. Martin of Tours Church, Fife. Native of Tacoma and lived there all his life. Was a maintenance engi- neer af St. Joseph Hospital. Member of Third Order of St. Francis, Tacoma Serra Club, Holy Names Society and Knights of Columbus. Survivors: wife, Margaret; two sons, Edward T. of Knoxville, Tenn., and Robert M. of Tacoma; six daughters, Sister Edward- Ine, F.C.S.P., of Burbank, Calif.; Mrs. Kenneth Kent, Mrs. James Elting, Pa- tricia, Dorothy and Elizabeth, oil of Tacoma; mother, Mrs. Mltlicent Ann Costello of Tacoma; brother, Frank of Eugene, Ore.; two sisters, Mrs. C. W. Hatfield of Oregon City, Ore., and Mrs. Monica McLeod of Portland, Ore.; seven grandchildren. Goffney Funeral HoFe. O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me;and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen.-- PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle Tacoma HARTWIG, MIss Eerntea A., 3037 N.W. Market, died Oct. 29. Requiem Nov. 2, St. Alphonsus. Burial Calvary. Born in Seattle. Employed by the Dye 16 years. Survivors: husband; two sons, Workers Union Local 566. Survivors: David Earl and Robert Stanley; falher, sisters, Miss Olivet M. Hartwig, Seat- David Sidney Stone of Everett. Solie tie, and Mrs. Harriet H. White, Lake Funeral Home. Oswego, Ore., and brothers, Elward H. SHLESSGER, Mary B., 80, of 3008 and Floyd C. Hartwlg, Seattle. Hoffner's Grand Ave., died Nov. I. Requiem Nov. Fisher-Kolfus Funeral Home. 5, Immaculate Conception Church. Buri- al Cypress Lawn, Born In Vienna, Aus- HOFFMAN, Elmer F., 52, 2432 Har- trla. Resided In Everett the past 45 bar Ave. S.W,, died Nov. 1. Requiem years. Survivors: son, Paul of Everett; Nov. 5, Holy Rosary Church. Burial four daughters, Mrs. A. J. Wenzllck of Holyrood. Born in St. Anna, Wis. Came Alaska, Mrs. D. F. Jeffrls of Illinois here in 1941. Hod been owner and op- and Mrs. John G. Gorln and Mrs. Ed- orator of Hoffman's Auto Rebuild for ward A. Cant, both of Everett; one 17 years. Survivor: sister, Mrs. Marina brother and one sister In Germany; 10 V. Schroeder, Woodinvllle. Howden-Ken- granachildren; seven great-grondchil- nedY Funeral Home. dren. Cossldy Funeral Home. Granite Falls KENNEDY, Mrs. George (Dorothy), WHEELER, Alex, 86, died In Monroe 42, 9723 Palatine Ave. N., died Nov. 3. Nov. 4. Requiem Nov. 7, St. Michael Church, Snohomish. Born in Stayer, KELLY, Mrs. John H. (Elizabafh D.), 92, of S01 N. M St., died Nov. 2, Re- quiem Nov. 7, St. Patrick Church. Buri- al Calvary. Bern in Perth, Ontario. Came to Tacoma In 1897. Survivors: son, Albert A. of Tacoma; five daugh- ters, Mrs. Frances K. Atherton of Seat- fie, Mrs. Estella M. Brtzzolara of Fal- len, Catif., and Mrs. Afifi Puckett, Mrs. Florence G. Pulmofler and Mrs. Mar- Ian I. Ploquet, all of Tacoma; brother, Charles Doyle of Perth; sister, Mrs. Nellie E. Breitenboch of Chicago; eight grandchildren and 24 great-grandchil- dren. Gaffney Funeral Home. MncKENZIE, Mrs. Alexander (Lna Mae), 73, Of 1204 N. K St., died Oct. 30. Requiem Nov. 4, St. Patrick Church. Burial Old Tacoma Cemetery. Born In Tacoma and lived there atl her life. With her husband, who died In 1942, ST. PAUL'S I bedroom house, now available, $70 per month. For appointment, phone Lezern Ivers, PA 3-3!50. JIFURNISHED APARTMENTS, 3 rooms. Range, refrigerator. $42 month and up. Near St. Joseph's, Group Health, mar- kets and bus. Clean, quiet. 1511 East Mercer. DOUBLE AND SINGLE ROOMS, Volun- teer Park. Close to St. Joseph's, on bus line. 10 minutes City Center. Nice par- lor tot guests, telephone, maid service. Reasonable. 1000 15th East. ST. JOSEPH'S Four room unfurnished apartment. Range, WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 close to shopping, schools, bus and only i refrigerator, hot water heat. 569. EA 2- 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5.2800 10 m nutes to Boeing P ants 1 & 2. I 3025 or EA 4 2785 ....... "-- '- I STUBBINGS NURSING HOME Home features: entry divided from IIv- ST JOSEPH S I • ' "Catholic operated" Ins room by floor to ceiling planter and JY OWNER. Spacious, well maintained l Privale cases only bookcase combination--rich wall to wall L Jme, comfortable living quarters main t €,tnt lit- I,.In AO'' carpeting Included as o bonus--lovely fear, 4 bedrooms 3 bolhrooms 2ndF173216t h Av .............. EA 3.6061 bright kitchen with built-in dishwasher, I 3 BEDROOMS floor. One block to Holy Names Acad- " ............ fan, hood, and breakfast par_sunnyiDAYtTE BASEMENT amy, Bus stops treat door. Must see AUSTIN'S NURSING din ng area--separate uti tV room-- 4 AP LIANCES ....... .0 appreciate. $1850. EA'3-5610.  " HOME sparkling file vanity bath. Basement GAR,.,AGwE PA N LE-A4 24hr. Registered Nursing care. level has extra 1/2 bath, garage andj NO u N ,.YME T  , home. Dead-end street. Very close St./ Excellent Food. new furnace--landscaped grounds ac- , CLEAN. CL=ANt CLAN., ,, Francis, Seahufst. Waterfront Lake/ (Wash. Stale Lic. No. 248) cented by o towering naive fir tree. LA -o,,6 ==o.o . Burton. $100 month. CH. 34480 or WE.!9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 Our exclusive. Coil CH. 3.1550. 7-3480. ISSAQUAH VILLA Soufh End Brokers, Inc. $$5 DOWN ASSEMBLY HOTEL Calholic Operated. Class 1. 11036-1st Ave. South Weekly, Monthly Rotes. One-half block LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) 5 B D R M. Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 FURNITURE ;EST FURNITURE STORE on the Eostslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credd. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5.1378 Redmond Outside fireplace. Double garage. $13,- OPPORTUNITY ELEVEN BEDROOMS--Triple plumbing, 900, terms. 3 blocks to St. Joseph's. One block to O.K. REALTY1033 MAIN Voluntear Park. Bus at door. Close to PUYALLUP storeS,ExcellentShopplng.condition.COmpletelY525,000. Callfurnlshed'Mrs. __,,TI--I ..- 1763 FIXER UPPER owner. SU FAMILy4"1786" HOME {Memberl MIch. LlVedof Woodmenln SnohomlShof America,Since 1900.Sno. Gates evenings AT 4-5752. ON QUEEN ANNE. A REAL homlsh County Fruit Growers Assocla- HOME MARKET SALES CO. i Spoctous home In exclusive neighbor- I SU. 4-8000 4 BDRMS hood capitol Hill dtstrlct of $20,000 BUY. BELOW FHA APPRAISAL. flea, Snohomish County Fair Assoclo- • homes, now available for lust $13,500.  OWNER, AT. 2.4069. tlon. Survivors: son, Joseph A. of , , ALL ONE LEVEL For details call Mary Bracelin, EA. 3-1 3 BEDROOM BRICK F Granite Falls; five grandchildren and 20 NUR--NG---'HOM'ES " BASEMENT $717 or EA. 5-0700. I Recreatl°npralsed 521," Make1'/' offerbaths'wEFHAT.7582aP" great-grandchildren. Purdy and Daw- CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. " .......... : ...... ' ........... :t son Funeral Home, Snohomlsh.   BEVERLY PARK 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700, A CHARMING and Inviting 4 bedroom, I Ke.t RESTFUL MANOR ' $600 DOWN " 2'/: bath Coonal, In the heart of beau-! CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE i $ 6,750 situated  I J flfuI Blue Ridge. Of course club house I DALPAY, Joseph, 39, 22910 106th PI. LaKP. and pea[ privileges available. Largel S.E., died Oct. 29 while diving in Lake Washington. Requiem Nov. 2, St. An- REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS ' i lmmaculote 4 bedroom rambler .......... entry hall, den, dining room, and lovely t living room, kitchen on main floor. I thony Church. Born In Renton. Was a 1  A ' Large family room off kitchen with professional diver and employee of Lei- ' | J | /I  Bar-B-Q, butlt In refrigerator and bar. I ter Hockett Marine Contractors• Survl- u I ,J "-r / Asking $46,000. vors: wife, Lena; three sons, Frederick, / 1 PERSONAL ST. BENEDICTS View! View! HUGE Floor Plan 4 BEDROOMS Extra Plumbing 5 Peter, and David, a daughter Yvonne, BLUE RIDGE REALTY o, of Kent; mother, Mrs. Hazel Dol- 9925 15th N.W. SU 34414 pay; a brother, Jim, both of Renton, and 1we sisters. OUR LADY OF Olympm "IT'S A CRYING SHAME--I'M SIX DAYS OLD AND READY TO LEAVE THE HOSPITAL AND HAVE NO HOME TO GO TO. I HOPE TO HAVE A PERMANENT HOME SOON, BUT I'D LIKE TO HAVE SOMEONE TO LOVE AND CARE FOR ME UNTIL MY FAMILY CLAIM ME. PLEASE?" U Finish Two 2 BATHS One Roughed tn $13,95o Here IS a huge family Colonlol-type home built to your desires In choosing colors, style, tile, Formica, bath fixtures (col- or1, etc, Truly customized to your taste and you can paY as little as 555 cash THE LAKE $16,500 ATTRACTIVE full basement home on o nicely lundscaped lot wtth covered patio, Bor-B-Q fireplace. Fenced. Living room has fireplace and wall to wall carpet- Ins, dining cove all carpeted. 2 bed- rooms up, PLUS 3rd bedroom In base- ment with half bath adlolning. Mostly finished recreation room, separate util- Ity room. Sierra doors and windows. FHA appraised. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. (Washington's oldest real estate firm) 8040 35th N.E. LA 3.5555 6 BEDROOMS COX, Mrs. Richard D., (Louise Doro- thy], 48, of 2306 Alpha Drive, ,died Oct. 28. Requiem Nov. 2, Brigade Chap- el at Fort Lewis. Burial Calvary. Born in Wtnono, Minn. Came to Olympia three years Ogo. Sul;vtvors: husband, at Fort Lewis; five sons, Kenneth W. Sktnner of Novato, Calif.; Jerome R. Skinner of Chlcugo, Robert and Gale Skinner, both of Olympia, and Thomas M. Skinner with the Navy at Whtdbey Island; two brothers and two sisters' in Mnnesoto. Mills and Mills. Seattle BANGASSER, Mrs. Flora, 76, 631S 16th Ave. N. E., died Nov. 4. Requiem Nov. 7 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burlnl Holyrood. Born in Inkster, N. D. Came here in 1936. Was a member GREETING CARDS 2 boxes 51 Christmas Cards 1032 N.E. 62nd LA 2.4671 .- -- -- NTED: SALESMAN TO SELL THE MOST BEAU- TIFUL CATHOLIC BIBLE EVER PUBLISHED. PA 5-5303 1"HE CATHOLIC CHURCH SOCIETY WANTS MEN OR WOMEN for steady or part time work in Washington or Oregon. Liberal commission and fringe benefits. Starting salary. Write Exten- sion Magazine, .P.O. Box 6426, TIgard, Oregon. HOUSEKEEPER FOR RECTORY, NEAR SEATTLE. 3 priests. Reply to Progress BOX "B." WANTED HOUSEKEEPER for one priest rectory. Apply by tatter only. Wonderful oppor- ' tunlty for r!ght person. Reply to Prog- = ross BOX 'R.' WANTED: Housekeeper for rectory. One priest. Reply 1o the Progressf Box M. MISC• FOR SALE HAND MADE ROSARIES Make lovely Chrlslmus gifts Order yours now SU 2-5071 -- eve's, only MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor PeopSes Prices New and used steel and pipe. U,S. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S SERVICES OF TACOMA (BR2-9359). ONLY $16,500 FnS'r=k HOMES J Just listed and first time advertised! Spa- ;.,==n I claus family home close public and paro- '=u hi c ol schools bus and shopping Easy We have an urgent need for temparoryJ FHA terms or tostor homes tar Intonls as well aS/ contract owner will carry own "Leaded with extras Call ME older children. Board rate, medical carol . ..- ' z 4zuu Marie Moss Rlty 1716 N 45 and clothing orl provided by the agency.l "" ..................... r ...... • If you are Interested, please call. ] C'I" Alrl IJ"k I("l It" MA 3.9065 .31. /mLrkJINUb CATHOLIC CH LDRENS SERVICES TO SETTLE ESTATE. EXCELLENT NURSING CARE, IN PRI-I 4 BEDROOMS, FULL BASEMENT, VATE HOME OF CATHOLIC NURSE. OIL HEAT. WE 7-46B5. GARAGE IN BASEMENT. CALL VEDA MORAN--SU 2-3697. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . , , Ret0il Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N,W, SU 3-6g i1 TELEVlSlON AND RADIO SERVlCE FENDRICH RADIO & TV PMember St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 III LEGAL NOTICES KELLY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys 505 Arctic Building, Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlnglon for the County of Klng. In the Matter of the Eslate of CLARA E. O'CONNELL, Incompetent, Deceased. NO. 173327. Na|lce to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appalnled and has ,qualified as Guardian of the above en- tiffed eslote; that all persons having claims against sold Incompetent are hereby required to serve the some, duly SACRIFICE vermed, on said Thomas D. Kelley or h s otlorneys of record at the address _ 16-TRANSISTOR !below staled, and file the same with 1he Trans-uceanlc portable radio. AM/FM; "-" ^ --" "^"" oether lth roof International shortwave, marine bands, lo;'sc) ' secewlii; 'x months tter etc. Beautiful sound Twin speakers  ondltl ,^ ,'n,, 'jthe date of first publication of this notice e-- c .on   .........  . ,-v.u,. -- or the some Wlll be barred. IELICIOUS, home-mode broken chat- Date of first publication 25th October, elates. Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (oppaslte Marshall School). BARBIE AND KEN CLOTHES Hand knit on order, also fur coat, hot and muff set to "delight youngsters on Christmas. SU. 4-2170. -- IJl II III 1963. THOMAS D. KELLEY, Guardian of said Eslate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estute, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle 4, Washington FInul 11-8-63 CARL P. JENSEN Attorneys of Lanlhan & Iver$ 1114 Norton Bldg. Seattle 4, Washlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Mat)or of the Estate of ULISSE NICOLh Deceased. in Probate. No. 173618. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed hns been appointed and has quail- led as Executor of the Estate of Ullsse Nicoll, Deceased; 1hat oll persons having claims against sold deceased or against said estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or Ils ottorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the clerk of sold court, together wllh proof of such service,,wtlh]n six months offer the date of first publlcalJon of this notice, or the some will be barred. Dole of first publication October 251h, 1963. SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL BANK, Executor of sold Estate, Second and Cherry Streets, Seattle 4, Wushington CARL P. JENSEN, of Lenihan & Ivers, 1114 Norton Bldg., Attorneys for Estate, Seattle 4 Washington LEGAL NOTICE MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stule of Washlnglon for the County of King In tho Matter of the Estate of TERENCE A, LISTON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 173709. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given 1hot 1he under- signed has been oppoln)ed and has quail- fled as Executrix of the estate of Terence A. Listen, Deceased; that ull persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the some duW verified, on sold Executrix or her attor- neys of record at the address below and file the same with the Clerk said Court, together with proof of service within six months offer the dale of first publication of 1his notice, Or the same will be barred, l)otl at first pub|Icotlon November 1, 1963. ANNA C. LISTON Executrix of said Estate 563 OWmpic Nalionol Llfn Bldg. Souffle, Wash. 98104 MOSCHETTD, ALFIERI & DRIAND AttOrneys for Estate Olympia Notional Life Bldg. Seottla, Wash. 98104 Final 11.15-63 WEST COAST HOMES IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses, Open dally 10 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call SH 6- 9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. ST. CATHERINE'S Large 3 bedroom Colonial. 2 baths. Den. Full basement. $20,500. 839 N.E. 84th. LA. 4-5316. i LEGAL NOTICES RICHARD D. HARRIS Attorney 1008 Olympic Not'l Bldg. Seattle 4, Wn. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stute of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of AUGUST ERNST, Deceased. In Prepare. No. 173708. Notice 1o Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the above entitled estate; 1hat all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly verified, on said Execulor or his attorney of rec- ord at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Courl, together with proof of such service, within six months offer the date of first pub- lication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication November 1, 1963. RICHARD D. HARRIS Executor of said Estate 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. 5eatHe 4, Wash. RICHARD D. HARRIS Attorney for Estate 1008 Olympic Not'i Bldg. Seattle 4, Wash. Final 11-15-63 HULLIN, EHRLIcHMAN, CARROLL & ROBERTS Attornsys for Estate, 614 United Pacific Buitdlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for lhe County of King In the Molter of the Estale of EMMA AUGUSTA CONLAN, Deceased. In Probale. No. t73031. Notice to Cred- Itors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appolnted and hus qua!ified at Executor o( the eslote o( Emma Augusta Conlan, Deceased; 1hat all persons having claims agolnst said deceased ore hereby roqutred to serve the same, duly verified, on said Execu- tor or his attorneys of record ot 1he oddress below stoted, ond file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publicotton of lhts notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication November S, 1963. LORIN JOSEPH CONLAN Executor of said Estate. 15238-22nd S.W. Seattle, Wash. HULL N, EHRLICHMAN CARROLL ROBERTS Attorneys for Estate, 614 United Pacific Building 1141.63 Seaff a, Wash. Flnal Final 11-22-63 and work out all other closing costs. We hove two excellent 6 bdrm., full I of the Sodallly of St. Joseph's Church. D,op in at 6930 NE Bothell Way, Ken. dollte finished bsmt., custom built] Survivors: daughters, Mrs. C. H. Con- more--or coil GROUP REALTY at HU homes One walk ng distance to St Bar. I ners, and Mrs Elmer Lund, both of j 6-7105, Ad No. 777. nadette and one walking distance to I SeetHe; sons, Hugh M., Bellevue; Paul st Pronc,s 527= and 950 Lund E Sea,to and E ore F Krkond; soaping in, large lots. Top value. I sisters, Mrs. Wll|iom W. Carpenter', SOUTHGATE REALTY INC., 15525 1st] Minneapolis; Mrs. Charles Irwtn, San ST MARK'S so CH4,6600. Lorenzo, Calif.; Mrs. Joseph Cole, • I Anocortes; Mrs. Robert G. Emerson, ISPUT LEVEL, two year old, view home HOLY FAMILY PARISH I Bowbelle, N. D.; Mrs. William Quast, In suburban setting among all new i21/ blocks to school and shopping. 5 years! Austin, Minn., and Mrs. B. E. Betcher, homes. 3000 Sd. ft. floor space. Two I old. 3 bedrooms. Full daylight base- Bremerton; brothers, Hugh McGIIIIv- living rooms EACH with FtREPLACE. I Beautifully appointed kitchen with every I modern convenience Includlngr dlshwash, l er and disposal. THREE bedrooms onl mont. Two fireplaces. One and half baths. Beautiful birch kitchen, built-ins. Large fenced lot. 516,500. WE 7.4436. main level, master bedroom has prlvatel $1,000 BELOW APPRAISAL bath. 2nd level has extra large family BY OWNER room with fireplace and built tn Bar- B-Q, two finished bedrooms plus room 1223 20fh AVE. EAST for one more. Separate storage room. Four bedrooms, dlnlng room, living room Utility room with half bath. 2 car car- 14x21. Fireplace. Full basement, ga- port. Owner Is asking $30,500. rage: New gutters, downspouts and 18434 16th AVE. N.E. newly painted. Walking distance to St. Joseph's, Holy Names, Prep., etc. ST. ANNE'S j LEGAL NOTICES qUEEN ANNE 3 BEDROOM DUTCH COLONIAL. Double plumbing. Birch kitchen. New cab. oil JOSEPH A. SWEENEY furnace, Beautiful patio. $23,500. Call Mr. at Garrison eves. AT 2-6439. SWEENEY & HUNTER BLA NE REALTY AT 3-5511 Afforneys 111/2 Boston 917 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. I ST. MATTHEW'S I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE l 2blocks = Stoic of Washington for the County FOUR bedrooms, den, large level lot. Full of King daylight basement. EM 2-5907. 12720 10th In the Matter at the Estate of STEPHEN N.E. J. McCAULEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 173796. Notice to Creditors. i Notice is hereby given that the under-I slgned has been appolnted and has quail- l LEGAL NOTICE fled as Adminlstrotrix of the estate oil STEPHEN J. McCAULEY, Deceased; that Kone & Spellman a persons having claims ogulnst said Attorneys deceased are hereby required to serveJ 907 Arcllc Building the same duly verified, on sold Adminis-I Seattle, Wash. trotrix or her attorney of record at the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE address below stated, and file the some{ State of Washlnglon for the County with the Clerk of said Court, logether of King with proof of such service within six In the Matter of the Estate of NOLAN months after the dote of first publication D. RUSSELL, Deceased. in Probate. of lhls notice, or tbe some will be barred. No. 173022. Notice to Crsdltors. Date at first publication November 1, Notice Is hereby given that the under- 1963. CAROLINE M. McCAULEY signed has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate Admlnlstratrix of said Estate of Nolon D. Russell, Deceased; that 917 Arctic Building oil persons having claims against said Seattle, Wash. deceased ore hereby required to serve JOSEPH A. SWEENEY the same duly verified, on said Admln- nf SWEENEY & HUNTER Istrotor or his attorneys of record at Attorney for Estate the address below stated, and file the 917 Arctic Buildlng same with the Clerk of sold Court, to- Seattle, Wash. Flnal 11-15-63 gethe wlth proof of such service withln slx months otter the date of first publl- JOSEPH A. SWEENEY cation of this notice, or the same wtll at be borred. SWEENEY & HUNTER Date of first publication October 25, Attorneye 1963. 917 Arctic EuIIding JOSEPH S. KANE Seattle, Wash. .' Admlnlstrqtor of sold Estate. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 907 Arctic Building State of Washington for the County Seattle, Wash. at King KANE & SPELLMAN In the Matter of the Estate of HARRY Attorneys for Estate J. RAHN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 907 Arctic Eulldlng 173724. Notice to Creditors. SEaHle, Wash. Notice Is hereby given that 1he under- Final 11-8-63 signed has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of Harry J. Rohn, Deceased; that all per. sons hvtng claims against said de- ceased are hereby required 1o serve the same duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months offer the date of first publication at this notice, or 1he same will be barred. Date of first publication October 25, 1963. GERALDINE H, RAHN Executrix of enid Estate 917 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & HUNTER Attorney for Estate 917 Arctic Building seanle, Wash. Final 11-.6J ray, Grand Forks, N. D., and Donald McGIIlivray, Des Moines, Iowa; 17 grandchildren and 12 greal.grandchII- dren. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. BARTH, John R., 25, died In Pale Alto, Calif. Nov. 3. Requiem Nov. 5 St. Colherlne Church, Burllngome, Calif. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery, Colma, Calif. Born In San Francisco. Was graduated from Seattle Prepar- atory School and attended SeaHle Uni- versity before moving to Pale Alto. Had been employed by the Souffle Times. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Earth; two slslers, Mary Alice and Elizabeth Anne Barth, and a brother, Thomas A. Burth, all of Hillsboro, CallL BENTEAU, Hubert J., 65, 7804 6th Ave: N.W., died Nov. 3. Requiem Nov, 6, St. John Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born in Newfoundland. Came here 39 years ago. Formerly a commercial fisherman, had been for the past seven years a maintenance man at Frederick and Nelson. Was a member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors: wife, Cather- Ine; daughters, Mrs. Clyde Becket and Mrs. Lewis Glarer, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Mary McGrath, and brother, Leslie Benteau, Newfoundland, and two grand- children. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. LEGAL NOTICE REGAL AND McDONELL Attorneys 577 Dexter Horton Bulldlag Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington tar the County of King i ln 1he Matter of the Estate of MELVIN THEODORE JEVNE, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 173601. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- tied as Executor of 1he eslate of Melvin Theodore Jevne, Oeceased; that all per- sons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Meredith F. Jevne or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of :uch service within six months otter the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication November 1, 1963. MEREDITH F. JEVNE Executor of said Estate 577 Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Wash. REGAL AND McOONELL Attorneys for Estate 577 Dexler Herren Eulldng Seattle, Wash. Flnal 11-15-63 John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Ovned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Heart o t the Medical Center Requiem Nov. 7 St. John Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Cavalier, N. D, Caml here 18 years agO. Survivors: husband, George; two sons, Patrick and Gary Kennedyi a sister, Mrs. Leonard Speckt, Minneapolis, Minn.; o brother, Alvin Andrews, Minneapolis, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ale Andrews, Cavalier. Wiggea & Sons Funeral Home. KINERK, Mrs. Edwin T. (EIlzabalh) 75, dled October 30. Requiem Nov. 2, St. Joseph Church. Burlal Calvary. Born In Sprogue, Lincoln County. Came here tn 1918 from Anaconda, Mont. Survi- vors: sons, Louis, Harvey and David, all of Seattle, and Eugene KInerk of Ketchikan; a daughter, Mrs. Leo Mc- KInnon, Tacoma; a sister, Mrs. Mary Root, Alexandria, Vo.; 33 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. PISTILLI, Mrs. Angola, 81, 3808 Inter- lake Ave. N., died October 31. Requiem Nov. 2, St, Benedict Church. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Italy. Came to the United States and to Spokane in 1920 and to Seattle tn 1945. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Michael Barone, Seattle; sons, Jo- seph F. and Albert P. PlStllll, Mercer Island; sister, Mrs. Agatha Pistilli, Chicago; 11 grandchildren and 16 great- grandchildren. Hoffner's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. SIMPSON, Richard, 90, 801 Spring SL, died November I, Requiem November 5, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born in Englnnd. Came here from Can- ado 59 years ago. Was a member of the Nisduolly Court, Catholic Order of Foresters. Survivors: sons, Joseph, John, Seattle, and Louis, Oakland; daughters, Mrs. Lawrence Strong and Mrs. Gus Krelling, Seattle. Manning and Sons Fu- neral Home. WALKER, Mrs. Ruth E., 1709 E. John St., died Nov. 4. Requiem Nov. 6 St. Joseph Church. Burlo; Holyrood. Born in New Haven, Conn. Came here as o chltd. Was an order interpreter tar the Westinghouse Electric Co. Sur- vivors: sisters, Mrs. George C. Kir- stein, Miss Edna Henderson and, Miss Alice Henderson, all of Souffle, and Mrs. Frank S. Buck and Mrs. Charles Lotto, both of Bellevue; and brothers, George Henderson, Seattle, and William Henderson, Buffalo, N.Y. i she operated the Mackenzie Drug Store. Survivors: son, Edward of Ta- coma; three daughters, Mrs. William Kowalskl and Mrs. Adeie Wolff, both of Tucoma, and Miss Margaret Mackenzie of San Francisco; brother, Edward Aubrey of Tacoma; sister, Mrs. Eva McMenomio of Tacoma; five grand- children. Gaffney Funeral Home. MADDEN, Mrs. Thomas A. (Lucy E,), 72, of 8810 Forrest Road S.W., died Oct. 31. Requiem Nov. 2, St. Frances Cabrlni Church. Burial Covary. Born in Wsconsln. Lived in Tacoma 40 years. Survivors: husband; two sons, Francis R. of Seattle and Thomas W. of Olym- pia; daughter, Mrs. EIleen Haiiida of Tacoma; brother, Hawley Smith of Min- nesota; sister, Mrs. Myra Jones of Madison, Wis.; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Piper Funeral Home. Vancouver LEHNER, Mrs. Albert (Bertha K.), 63 of Ridgefleld, dted Nov. 1. Requiem Nov. 4, St, Mary Church. Burial St. Mary's. Born in Salt Lake City, Utah. Moved to Ridgefleld area in 1937. Member of St. Mary's Altar Society. Survivors: husband; two sons, Gllbed of Vancouver and Albert M. of Rialto, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Jlmmie Olson of Vancouver and Mrs. Glenn Kemper of RIdgefield; sister, Mrs. Ra- chel Young of Sedro Woolley, Wash.; }2 grandchildren, Homllton.Mylan Fu- neral Home. THOMAS, Mrs. Harry (Aliea E.), , of La Center, died Nov. 3. Requiem Nnv. 6, St. Mary Church. Burial St, Mary's. Born in Seattle. Lived in Clurk County past six years. Survivors: hus- band; three sons, Charles In California, William of Coulee Dam, Wash., and Fred of Seattle; three daughters, Eva Adams and Evelyn Smith, both of Seattle, and Alice NIckell of Vancou- ver; brother, Albert Prevost of Kent; sister, Josephine Coleman of Kent; 17 grandchildren and 23 great-grandchil- dren. Vancouver Funeral Chapel. Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home PAUL L. MYLAN. Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. 11th, Vancouver OX. 4-257 Thbughtul Service Always, when your need is greatest . . . All Facilities on Ground Floor Level, Including Two ChapEls CONVENIENT; SUPERVISED PARgIROVIDED Adams STUART N. ADAMS, OWNER L ....  ' 4214 UNIVERSITY WAY 1910' , ..................................... = ...................... / /