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i i i I nun CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 BOARD & ROOM WANTED URGENT! llege age boy wants room and board Catholic home, near bus, for month of December. Coil Martin OI- "w son AT 2-6497 L CARPET WORK I RUG AND UPHOLSTERY I CLEANING In your home. I KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-54501 i i i HOMES FOR SALE SNOW WHITE 3 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT LARGE FLOOR PLAN DISHWASHER -- FIREPLACE FIRE ALARM SYSTEM HUGE WOODED GROUNDS $550 DOWN-- $16,750 Glistening. white rambler nestled among towering firs. Within walking distance to bus, supermarkets, and Lewis and Clark Theater. Exception- oily forge rooms thruout--feoturlng 24-foot living room with fireplace, formal banquet size dining room, modern kitchen with dishwasher, tile bath, 3 oversize bedrooms, full basement with new all furnace. This home has been redecorated Inside and out. Move In on approval of credit. Don't miss seeing our ex- clusive. Call CH3-1550, South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 FIRST AVE. SOUTH OPEN HOUSE COLONIAL BUILT INS & FRPLCE $16,600 $400 DOWN PFP Ask Our Representative About Picture Floor Plans, Inc. "NEW HOME EXCHANGE PLAN" Trade your present house Into The Home of Your Choice Inside City "Alicia Park" $300 DN. FIREPLACE Rec. Room FULL Basement $005,95o P.F.P. TRADE YOUR EQUITY ST. JOHN'S PARISH BALLARD FULL BASEMENT REDUCED $1215 21/2 YEARS OLD In natural location for BUS TRANS- PORTATION to downtown Seattle. Only 2 blocks from shopping, you Will have to see this large basement home to appreciate Its many advantages. 3 bedrooms with space for 3 more. 2 baths. 3rd bath roughed in, Large liv. ing room with wall to wall, carpeting. Formal dining room, huge fireplace with raised hearth. The well planned kitchen boasts all mahogany cue- boards, built in range and oven, dlsh- washer and ample eat ng space. Loads and loads of extra space in the base- ment. Full price $20,950. CALL ON AD NO. 3499 LI 2-31B4 PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. 18332 Aurora Ave. Pray for them . . . In Memoriam I O 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. Gregory Leggio, S.J., died Nov. 30, 1919. The Rev. Dominic (John) Hack, O.S.B., died Nov. 30, 1954. The Rev. Arthur Green, S.J., died Dec. 3, 1955. The Rev. Frederick B. Lein, died Dec. 4, 1939. Bellingharn BONKOSKI, Stanley M, Sr., gO, Route 3, died Nov. 19. Reoulem Nov. 21 i O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die ag I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal i Everett LoVLLE. Mrs. Elesa Mary, 76, of San Leondro, Coltf., a former resident of Everett, dleb n Eugene, Ore., Nov. 21, Requiem Nov. 24 Immaculate Con. caption Church. Born tn St. Paul, Minn. Live in Everett 45 years. Sur- vivors: three sons. Frank, Auburn; Robert and Donald. both of Eugene; brother, Bert Bruskrud, Seattle; sis- ter, Mrs. Louise Beouchomo, Son Leon- dro; 12 grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Cassldy Funeral Home. MOORE, Steven, 77, 3510 Colby Ave., died Nov. 24. Requiem Nov. 28, Im- maculate Conception Church. CassJdy Funeral Home. WOOD, Agnes, 73, 1922 Summit St., died Nov, 24. Requiem Nov. 27, Per- petual Help Church. Cossidy FunePof Home. Lake Stevens WILLIE, John H., 70, died Nov. 20. Requiem Nov, 23 Perpetual Help Church. Cosslay Funeral Home• Milton , ,New and ready to move Into upon ap-It seems impossible but If is true and, IMPERIAL East A.umpt,on Church. Res,d., here 4o provol of credit. Built for the grow- First Time Advertised and never again.] years, Retired cool miner and Janitor. CEMETERY LOTS WANTED ing family. 3 bedrooms finished on See this immaculate home tn the Fin. Member of the Croatian Society, Sur- FISHER, Mrs. Caswell (Clara), 81, the lower level• A deluxe tile vanity est District in Seattle. Walk to Lady! EAST• SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT vlvors: four sons, Stanley M Jr., Ed, died Nov 19 in Seattle where she had tNTED TO BUY: 1 or 2 lots in Col- bath. Step-saving kitchen with leads of the Lake school, shopping, and I Finished homes ready t¢ move into John and Joseph, al of Belllngham; lived a year. Reaulem Nov. 21 St. Mar. cemetery. Mrs. O'Brien, EA3. of birch cabinets, Formica counters, transportation. Spacious living room! now. Visit the furnished show houses• daughter, Mrs. Eva Pizzuto, Seattle; tin of Tours Church. Burial CotVary, 0087 or ME 2-7049. range and oven. Dining room has sliD. nine grandchildren, five great grand- Tacoma. Born In Canada. Lived n with colonial sized fireplace Did dln-i Open Daily. 10 ,o.m. 'tJl 9 at night. Milton about 40 years, No known sur- Ing glass doors. Guest size living Ing room area. Lovely Formica Kttch. Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. children; o Sister, Mrs. Eva Btlyeu, room has open stairway to 2nd level Pocotello, Idaho; several nieces Did vivors. John Kalin Funeral Home, en with BUILT IN DISHWASHER. ST MARGARET'S nephews, Westford Funeral Home. Seattle. CONTRACTING which IS ready 1o finish into 3 more Twin size bedrooms on main floor and - - -  bedrooms. Family room and both• Lo. FULL BASEMENT with Rec. room Queen Anne View. New 3 bedroom. 2 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, coled lust blocks from parochial and space for 3rd Bedroom• Situated on a baths, main floor, Rec. room and 2 gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and public school. All improvements are beautltu( landscaped fat. A CHANCE fireplaces. $24,950. Col Mr, Garrison. Bothell Puyallup composition siding. Free estimates. In and paid for. Will consider trade OF A LIFETIME. Coil now on Ad AT2-6439. "Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. of your smaller home. Call on Ad No. 21, EM 4-1180. Picture Floor Plans, BLAINE REALTY JANG, Henry, 52, died November MALLETTE, Mrs. Allen F. (Beulah • CA. 4-8401 840 Poplar Place No. L693. E.], 48, 12302 Woodland Read, died HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete PR6.2154 OR Inc. 111/2 Boston AT3-5511 18. Requiem November 20 St. Brendon Church. Burial Holyraod. Born in Nov. 25. Requiem Nov. 28 St, John remodeling service, room additions .... drive out highway 99 to 212, turn EM 4-I I 80 ' Chine Came here 15 years ago. Owned of the Woods Church, Burial Ca,vary. pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- 22502.right to 58th west, house number Is ' LEGAL NOTICES anCKenmore.Operatedsurvivors:the Hofcokesons, KIngwayne,ln Born In Crowford, Neb. Lived here 37 ST JOSEPHIS years, Members of parish altar so- L. P. MARTIN, INC. . ^ . , Conrad and Gory, and three grand- clety. Survivors: four sisters. Mesdames DRESSMAKING & ALTERATIONS HAWTHORNE HILLS Very good 5 bedroom home. 2 full baths. I KARR,& TUTTLE,GRANBERG,CAMPBELL,AttorneysKOCH children, all of Seattle. gon,EVelynTacoma;Tenzler' AnnaSeattle;MaeMarlanpetersen.MOr" New heating plant, all in fine condhj 1210-141T Fourth Ave. Bldg. Puyallup and Dorothy McDonald, To- $2,000 DOWN ,on. Reasonably priced. Owner wilt, Seattle t, Wash. Burlington coma. Gaffney Funeral Home. LOOK your best for Christmas, visit BALANCE AT $167 MO. t consider contract. For information call] IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE MANDELIN'S DRESSMAKING & AL- I Long, low, level rambler. 3 bedrms. &l Mrs. Murphy, EA. 2-2710. I state of Washington for the County TERATION SHOP. Rainier PA5-3733 playroom on 1 floor. Glass doors to; VINCENT D. MILLER NC of King. MARTIN, Glen H., 51, 1655 Andls 4226 covered patio. Abundant tile, carpets, ' " tin the Matter of the Estate of CHAR- Road, died Nov. 22. Requiem Nov. 26 Seattle 3817 N.E. 45th. LA. 2-5626, LOTTE M , drapes. Double Gor. Very select street.;-- ST- BERNA-DE-I'-tE-S --- - -- In Probate HAUPTMANN, Deceased. St. Charles Church. Came to Skaglt County in 1929. Supervisor of public ACCETTURO, Lodovico, 82, 1301 26th No. 169135. Notice fo works department at Ihe Whidbey --ENTEItTAINME'- Mrs. Conley, LA5-9250. Solid brick 3 bdrm. Expandable. 3 b. Creditors. " Ave. S., died November 25. Requiem ASSUMPTION PARISH to school and church• Spacious LR.I Notice IS hereby given that the un- Island Naval Air Station. Survivors: November 28 Mt. Virgin Church. Born AND SANDPOINT SCHOOL Attractive fireplace. Knotty Pine kitch.,Idersgne d has been appointed and has wife, Kothleen; two daughters, JomTe in Italy. Came here in 191]. Was a range dishwasher end dis Deal L e I - ' " " ' P • g ' I quail"led as Adminlstrotrix of the Es- and Jeanne; three sons, Craig, Paul street maintenance worker for the LAMEXICANA MexI-Catessen "Hawthorne Hills" fenced back yard, covered patio, su-]tat e at Charlotte M. Hauptmann, De- and Tim, oil ot the home; four sis- city engineering department for more 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 $2200 dn. bal. at $140 me; or assume perbly landscaped. Reasonable price, l ceased; that all persons having claims Sere, Mrs. Morjorte Monson and Mrs. than 30 years. Survivors: daughters, 2515'S00baths.l°anLakeat $125View.month.Beautifu14 bedroomS,large will consider some f r a d e. $18,950.1agolnst saint deceased or against said AHce Stuart, Port Townsend; Mrs. Mrs. Mollie Bates, Mrs. Violet Ptc- FOR RENT farm kitchen (big eat space), medium Agent. WE, 7-8914. - lestate are hereby required to serve the Doris Marshall, Bellevue, and Mrs. _ _ size living room, bsmt., patio. Fresh $16,950--4 bedrooms. F:amiom--') i same, duly verified, on said Mary Per- G,,N°eIMountFI°werS'vernon;BremertOn;parents,br°ther'Mr' Benand Mrs.Chen°' JoseohlneMrS' EdithAlia:M, andCarlson,sons, andEr. ASSEMBLY HOTEL lodoy. Owner anxious for offer. Mrs. bathrooms 1 floor. Wall to wall cor. lrett or her attorneys of record at the nest V, and Loule Accetturo. oil of under new management. Redecorated. Conley, LA5-9250. paring. Large patio. Fenced back lwith the clerk of said court, together Mrs. R. G. Martin, Mount Vernon. Seattle; 12 grandchildren and eight HuIbush FuneroI Home. yard. Basketball court• 12030 33rd! address below stated, Did file the some great-grandchildren, Columbia Funeral Clean. Worm rooms. Near St. James Charles & SyblJ Conley HE. EM2-8694. ;with the clerk .f 'a=c - f Home. Cathedral, hospitals. Pensioners wel- 5511 NE 65th LA5-92501 ................. with proof ef such serwce wllnm SiX come. $40 month up. MAGNOLIA• BY OWNER, Everett 823 Madison -- MA3-4174 ASSUMPTION 3 bedrooms, main floor. Durement, m,nths chler lie aore of first publica- BENTLY, Helen Jeanette Collins, BROADWAY DISTRICT. NIcely furnished PARISH , patio house• On bus line. Near Our tion of this notice, or the same will be 40, 116-11th Ave.. died November 24. 1 and 2 bedroom apartments, Heat in- VIEW RIDGE ! Lady of Fatima. $20,500---3037 34th barred. FADICH, John B., 55, 2332 Pine St., Requiem November 27 Our Lady Chap- cluded. Across street Edison Technl- I West. AT 3-9149. L ' Dote of first oubltcotlon Nov. 16, 1962 died Nov. 16 In Kodiak, Alaska• Requl- el, St. James Cathedral• Burial HolY- 5 BEDROOMS IN-E---)NE:HALF--BLCII-T--M-TI-.: Is/ MARY PERRETT em Nov. 24 Perpetual Help Church. rood. Born In Yokima. Was graduated Adminlstratrix of sold Estate, Born In Portland, Ore. Lived here 30 from barber and beauty culture schools 1715 Harvard. VIEW OF LAKE AND MOUNTAINS .--i EWS--BY OWNER. 5 bdrms., 2V2 1130 Eastlake Ave. East and had been employed at Preston's OUR LADY OF THE LAKE From o gracmus name pacmus hv Years, Member at Fisherman's Union Jnfurnished 4 bedroom. Double plumbing, fng and dining room," ", baths, spacious living rm., separate oil carpeted. Seattle 2, Wash. and Everett Elks, Barber Shop. Survivors: mother, Mrs. dining rm. Wall to wall carpeting thru' Karr Turtle Campbell Koch Basement. Completely redecorated. Ira- •Large finished rec. room with second l out main floor. Full basement, un-F & G'onberg' Attorneys 'for Estate, Melba Branhom, Seattle; father, Fred mediate occupancy. $150 month• LA4- fireplace. Family kitchen with break-i finished rec .... rm $19500 EM 3-0342. '11210,1411 Fourth Ave. Bids• KELLOGG, Teresa C., 79, 3036 Kra- Coffins, Wenatchee; sons, Kenneth E. _2_7250r_AT4"1217" ............ fast space. Triple plumbing, garage mer Ave., died Nov. 24. Requiem Nov. Bentley, and Richard A. Bentley, CAPITOL HILL. Private furnished room. for 3 cars. Nicely landscaped corner ISeattle 1, Wash. 27 immaculate Conception Church. Born Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Betty Shelman, Share large home with other working lot, large patio with BBQ fireplace, In 1 Final 11-30, '62 in Stlllwoter, Minn. Lived here 43 Seattle, and Mrs. Gladyce Green, Son glrls. $50. AT3-9700. lOtS of shrubs• Priced at $35,000. LEGAL NOTICES I - -MicHAECk_-ONOVAN years. Survivors: two sons, Lloyd, Ev- Diego, Calif., and three brothers, - erett and Jack, Portland; four dough- Grant Collins, Silverdale; Nell Bran- FURNISHED HOME. 6 on I. 3 bedrooms. Attorney Close church, school, bus, shopping. DON'T DELAY- SEE TODAY 219 Pacific National Bank Bldg. tars, Mrs. Gertrude Monstleld, Seattle, ham, Seattle, and Frank Collins, Gary, Mesaames Geraldine Shuh, Faith Morris Ind. $175. EM2-8420. Craword & Conover. Inc. Bellevue, Washington and Mary Hotchel, all of Everett; a GENTLEMAN: Large pleasant room In WASHINGTON'S OLDEST KANE & SPELLMAN IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE brother, Ben Arndt, St. Paul, Minn.; BREDICE, Mrs. Michael J. (Lucy), widow's nice home. Near bus and REAL ESTATE FIRM Attorneys state of Washington for the County e sister, Mrs. Rose Morlono, Owe- 43, 1815 S. Dearborn St., died Novem- uronts. 2 other roomers, would 804035th Ave. NE LA 3-5555 907 Arctic Building of Snohomlsh tonna, Minn.; 20 grandchildren and like to Din us? LA3-5898. -- -qA-.--nl-r..= n IH'TI Seattle, Wash. In the Matter of the Estate of DOROTHY two greet grandchildren• Cassldy Fu- her 24. Requlem November 27 St. Mary Church• Burial Calvary• Born INLJ. L, MrlIUL I-tILL I N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE BURGER, Deceased. In Probate. No. neral Home. " ----- ]One of those fine family homes in good i state of Washington for the County 32472. Notice to Creditors. In Seattle. Attended SI. Mary Elemen. FURNITURE J condition with Mother-in-low apartment of King. Notice Is hereby given that the under- L u tory School and Garfleld High School. -  1 In basement. 3 bedrooms, new double lln the Matter of the Estate at JAMES signed has been appolnled and has quoll-I Survivors: husband, Michael J. Bre- LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on thej fireplace. Separate dining room ondl RAUBER, Deceased. In Probate. No. fled as Executor of the estate of DORa- LEGAL NOTICES d,ce. and a brother John J Ramona, Eaststde. Open Frtday evening. "Free I breakfast nook. Priced only $16,950.1 168666. Notice to Creditors. THY BURGER Deceased; that oil per- both of Seatlle. Manning & Sons delivery", Credit. I For more tntormatlon call Mary Brace- I Notice Is hereby given that the under- sons having claims ogalnst said de-   Funeral Home. ,, RAAB'S_ REDMOND FURNITURE • J IIn, EA3-$717. , signed has been appointed and has ceased are hereby required to serve the TU. 5-1378 Redmond CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. j quolifled as Admtnlstrofor of the estate same duly verified, on sold LEWLAND KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH DELANEY, Mrs. Larry (Lorraine), ..... 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700. of James Raubar, Deceased; that all BURGER or his attorney Of record at & GRANBERG, Attorneys 44, lS1840th Ave. E., died November ". "" "{,...--.=.,. .....  [ U [llJ rpersons hovng calms against edld de- the address below stated, and file the! 1210-14114th Ave. BidS• 24. Requiem November 27 St. Teresa ' ' RILl " WANIIM I I ceased are hereby required to serve the Seattle 1, Wash. lame wllh the Clerk ot said Court, to-i Butte, Mont. Came here 20 years ago. 1 PERSONALS same duly verified on sold Admln. aether with proof of such service withinl IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In ' , i lstrofor or his attorneys of record at six months after the date of first pub- State of Washington for the County of Member of the Washington Athletic BLIND middle aged person would Ilkelthe address below stated and file the licaHon of this notice, or the same will King osslstolce In reading and typing from same with the Clerk of said Court to- be barred. In the Matter at tho Estate at ERCELL Club and o former member of the etired person or student. John Werth,lgether with proof of such Sorvlce within Date ,of first pubtlcotiOn Nov. 16, 1962. R. WATSON, aka ED WATSON, De- ClasslcCh°ncell°rBowlingClub OndLeague.the Survlvors:W°men's a-'o"ctnl00 ,x mohths after the date of first pub- LEWLAND BURGER ceased. I n Pro,el NOI 166536. Notice husband, Larry M. Delaney ot Seattle; • r ,r I IU . I Ilcatlon of this notice, or the same will Executor of sold Estate. of Hearing Final Report and Petition sons, Patrick and Michael of Seattle; I RIIIMRBBI[ I be barred. 1027 Walnut St, Everett, Wash. for Distribu!ton.. ...... daughter, Deborah of Seattle; parents, , _ " "'' ..... Date of first publication Nov 161962 MICHAEL R. DONOVAN Notice Is nereoy glve mot UomTa Mr. and Mrs. Michael T. Sullivan of l " ' ' Attorney for Estate, C. Johnson, Admlnistratrlx of the Es- PLUMBING & HEATING JOHN D. SPELLMAN 219 Pacific Noflona Bank B dg tote of Ercell R. Watson, aka Ed Wal- Butte; brothers, Walter of Butte, John SERVICE Administrator at sold Estate. Bellevue Washington ' leon Doceased, has filed In the office of at Kolispell, Mont., Did Emmett of Radiant Heating'.. Retail Store 907 Arctic Building ' Final 11-30, '62 the c erk of said court her Final Re- Springfield, O hiD. Bonney-Watson • Sealtle, Wash. Funeral Home• port and Petition for Distribution, OOk- L. G. MASSART & SONS KANE & SPELLMAN -CORBET'r,--Dt=-RFUS---&--I.-O-N*ERG-AN ing the court fo settle sold report, dis- 4501 9th Ave. N,W. SU 3-6850 Atlorneys for Estate, -  = 907 Arctic Building Attorneys tribute the property to the persons Des CAMP, Edwin, 75, 12024 Green- Press Seattle Wash 847 Logan Building, thereto entitled and to discharge said wood Ave. N., died November 22. REDUCING SALON ' " -'n ..... .__t Seattle, Wash. Bonita C. Johnson, and that said re- Requiem November 26 Church of Chlrst ..... l-lrl ll-30, 621 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE port and petition will be heard on the the King. Burial Calvary. Born tn CASH FOR YOUR GUILD! JOHN P ROBINSON - -- State of ,Washington for the County of[27th day of December, 1962, at 10:00 Dotralt. Came here 50 years ago. Atn i King A.M., at the court room Of the probate Had worked for Graybar Electric Co. 0nn ",rneyn. I In the Matter of the Estate of J. C. I department of said court, at which time for 42 years as a power apparatus ........... I" ALLURA, Seattle's Complete Beauty Seattle' Wash'." I CONEY, Deceased. In Probate, NoAand place any person Inlerested In sold specialist until his retirement In 1952. Center, offers interesting ontertainment IN TH  q:HPERIn'R "nH'>-r = u=l 169486. Notice fo Creditors. estofe may appear and file oblectloes Member of Knights of Columbus, and programs in Reducing & Body state ofWoshin"ton'o'""h 'i,'t' Notice Is hereby given that the un- thereto and contest the same. Serro Club, Electric Club of Seattle, • • un.y Conditioning, Skin Care & Make-up, derslgned has been appointed Did has Dated this 20th day of November, 1962. University Golf Club and the Sand PUBLICATIONS Hair Fashion, and Modeling. For In- at King. qualified as Executrix of the estate of NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Point Country Club. Survivors: wife, formation, Phone LA 2-0660, In the Matter at the Estate of LJLLIAN j. C. Corey, Deceased; that all per- Clerk of said Court. Eleanor; son, Bayard, Monistee, Mich.; I I I li I MAY NOSER, Deceased. In Probate. sons having claims against said de- By R. S. Hofedltz, Deputy. daughter, Mrs. J. G. Beard, Port- No. 169352. Notice to CredHors. ceased ore hereby required fo serve KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, land. and 10 grandchildren. Bonney- TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE Notice is hereby given that the under- - " signed has been appointed and has the same duly verified, on said Blanche KOCH & GRANBERG Wafsan Funeral Home. FENDRICH RADIO & TV qualitled as Executor of the estate of H. Corey or her attorneys of record at Attorneys for Estate, the address below stated, and file the 1210-1411 4th Ave. Bldg. "Member St. Edward's Parish" LILLIAN MAY NDSER, Deceased; that same with the Cerk of said Court, Seattle 1, Wash. ESPANOLA, Pio J, 68, 212 t4th HAS PA. 3-1172 all persons having claims against said to0ether with prbof of such service Date of first publication 11-30-62 Ave., died November 20. Requiem deceased ore hereby required to serve within six months after the date of Final 12/14/62 November 26 Church of the Immacu, VACUUM (;LEANER SERVICE the same duly verified, on said Executor first publlcatlon Of thls notice, or the: late, Burial Holyraod. Born in the  or his attorney of record af the address SWEENEY & HUNTER Philippines, Came here 40 years ago. some will be barred. Attorney He was a cook in Chinese restaurants $2.99 ........... ......... Tom McEIray below stated, and file the same with Date of first publication November 23, HOOVER & oil other vacuums. Free the Clerk of sold Court, together with 917 Arctic Build,no here for many years, retiring three 1962. Seattle, Wash. plckup and delivery. Free delivery of proof of such service within six months BLANCHE H. CDREY years ago. Survivors include severa OPENINGS beg, ond Part,. ofter the dofe of first publlcotlon of this Executrix of sold Estofe. t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE brathers °nd sisters In the PhIlIppInes" 1032 N.E. 62nd LA 24671 notice, or 1he same will be barred. 847 Logan Building, State of Washington for the County John Kolln Funeral Home. Date of first publication Nov. 16, 1962. . . u, Seattle, Wash, I of King LEGAL NOTICES- JOHN NOSER Corbett, Slderius & Lonergan tin the Matter ot the Estate of GEORGE Executor of said Estate. Attorneys for Estate, W. JOHNSTON, Deceased. In Probate. FITZPATRICK, James H., died No- 2800 Smtth Tower, 84/ Logan Building, I No. 169545. Notice to Creditors vember 7 in Des Molnes, Iowa. Req- Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash. I Notice Is hereby given that the un- uiem was said In Des Molnes, Novem- derstgned has been appointed and has bar 10. Born In Des Molnes. Came EAttorney  JOHN F. ROBINSON Final 12.7.62 qualified as Executrix of the estate of here in 1915 and worked as a boiler, FOR 1008 Olympic National Bldg. 2800AttorneYsmithforTowerEState' ROSl]./IG-W(L[.I,MI.NZA I GEORGE W. JOHNSTON, Deceased; maker at Todd Shipyards more than 30 ' Seattle, Wash. Seattle, wish. & KA;TNER, Attorneys l that all persons having claims agalnst years, moved to Whldbey Island after IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Flea111-30-62 1440 Washington Building said deceased ore hereby required to his retirement In 1953 and returned to state of Washington tar the County Seattle t, Washington serve the same duly verified, on sold Des Haines last February. Surviving of King. JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Executrix or her attorney of record at Is o niece, Mrs. Cecilia Balding, Des In the Mater of the Estate of JOANNE Attorney ,State of Washington tar Klng CountyJfhe address below stated, and file the Haines. TIME FRANCES WATSON, Deceased. In Pro- 1035 Securities Building In the Matter at the Estate of PETER some with the Clerk of said Court, PART bate. No. 166272. Notice to Creditors. Seattle 1, Washington F. DEL MISSIER. In Probate. No. gather wtth proof of such service within Notice is hereby given that the under- SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON 169576. Notice 1o Credilors. six months after the dote of first pub- ']]lousands of people couldn't signed has been appointed Did has quail, tar King County Notice is hereby given that the un- licoflon of this notice, or the same will fled as Administrator of the eslofe of Estate of LAURA COLEMAN DAVIS, derslgned have been appointed and have be barred, be wrong. They rill subserlbe JOANNE FRANCES WATSON, Deceased; Deceased. No. 166782. Notice of Hear- qualified as Co-Executors of the Estate Date of first publication /ov. 30, 1962. that all persons having claFms against ins Final Report and Petition for of PETER F. DEL MISSlER, Deceased; BERNICE JOHNSTON, to the Pacific Northwest'B said deceased ore hereby required to Distribution. that all persons having claims against Executrix of sold Estate. larEest diocesan weekly--The serve the same duly verified, on sold PAUL R. COLEMAN, administrator said deceased or against said estate ore 917 Arctic Buitdlng OR Administrator or his oltorney of record of estate of LAURA COLEMAN DAVIS, hereby required to serve the same, duly Seattle, Wash. Progrel. How About you at the address below stated, and file th has fged with Clerk of Court his Final verified, on said Co.Executors or their JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of same with the Clerk of soFd Court Report Did PefiHon tar Distr/botlon attorneys of record at the address below SWEENEY & HUNTER together with proof at such service wlthlr praying settlement at Report, distribution stated, Did file the same with the clerk! Attorneys for Estate, six months after the dote of first publlco, of property to persons entitled and his of sold court, together with proof at 917 Arctic Building flon of fhls notice, or the some will be discharge. Some will be heard on De. such service, within six months offer Seattle, Wash. FULL TIME barred. Date of first publication Nov. 16th cember 27, 1962 at 10:00 A.M. In Pro. the dote of first publication of thlsj Final 12/14/62 bate Deparlment of above Court. Any notice, or tho same will be barred. 1962. person Interested may then and there Date of first publication 11-30, 1962. DEWEY L. WATSON appear, file objections and contest same, s/LUCY M. DEL MISSIER Administrator of sold Estate. DATED: November 27, 1962. s/MARTIN SCHMIDT 1008 OlympR: National Bldg., First publicoUon 11-30, '62. ' s/PEOPLES NATIONAL , Seattle, Wash. NORMAN R. RIDDELL BANK OF WASHINGTON 4 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS Clerk of Court. Co-Executors of sold Estate Attorney for Estate, By H. W. POTTER, Deputy. 1440 Washington Building R 1008 Olympic National Bids. JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Soottle 1, Washington epresenfafives Seottle, Wash. Attorney for Administrator Reeling, Williams, Lanza & Kasfner ,MA 4-8887 1035 Securities Bullding Attorneys for Estate Final 11-30-6; ',Seattle I, Washington 1440 Washington Bulldlng STEPHEN M. REILLY Final 12/14/62 Seattle 1, Washington - Attorney KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Final 12/14/62 , 7611 S.E. $7th Place Attorneys -- THEODORE P. CUMMINGS WRITE P O BOX M,reer Is,. Wash. S0S Arct,c Bu,,d,ng At,orney iii!iii! JOHN • . IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle, Wosh. 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg... FOR YOUR slate of Washington for the County IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle, Wash. NEXT 7464, SEATTLE 33, of King. ' State of Washington for the County of IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE OR CALL In the Matter of the Estate of MAR- King State at Washington for the County of FORD i DES JARLAI$ SIG SCHUSTER GARET MAE FLEIScHER, Deceased. In the Matter of the Estate of EDWARD Ktng  EM. 4-7482 In Probate. No. 169388. Notlco to CASEY BUNCH, Doceosed. In Probate. In the Moiler of'the Estate at CHARLES  (Day.Jar.Lay) Creditors. No. 169476. Notice to Creditors. E. McCUE, Deceased. In Probate. No. SEE ;i&WR Notice Is hereby given that the under- Notice ts hereby given that the under- 167838. Notice to Creditors. IRL TO HELP WITH HOUSEWORK. signed has been appointed and has signed has been appointed and has quail- Notice Is hereby given that the under- MEMBER No ch,dren 1 day week $12S hour FRED qualified as Executrix of the estate of fled as executrix of the estate of Edwardlslgned has heen appointed and has • carfare. LA 3-3386. Margaret Moe Flelscher, Deceased; that Casey Bunch, Deceased; that oll per-lqualified os Executrix of the estate Of LADY OF THE "COOK for Sister's convent. Live In or'al I persons hovlng claims agoinst sold sons having do,ms against sold deceased I Charles E. McCue, Deceased; that all MEINHART out. Box "S". deceased are hereby required to serve are hereby required fo serve the same, lpersons having claims against sold de- l LAKE I the-same duly verified, on sold Execu. duly verlfied, on said Bessie E. Bunch orlceased ore hereby requlred to serve the! Momber trlx or her attorney of record at the her attorneys of record at the addresslsame duly verified, on sold Executrix of  PARISH • MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE address below stated, and file the same below stated, and file the same with thelor her ottornoy at record at the ad- Biassed with the Clerk of said Court, foqetheriCterk of said Court, together with proofldress below stated, and file the some! BIKES, TRIKES; TRADE.INS ACCEPT- with proof of such service within slxlof such service within six months oflerlwith the Clerk of said Court, together Sacrament SALES REPRESENTATIVE ED. Parts and repair. Rent Auto months offer the dote of first pubtico- the data of first publication of this no- with proof of such service within six Parish hwasner Sl week, (so. end). Used Wosh. tton of thiS nottce, or the same will belt,ce, or the some will be parrod, imonths of,er the do,e ot t,rs, pub,,ca FLEET" Fend dryer ports. MIKE'S by 14th Ave. parred. I Date of first publication November 30, tlon of this notice, or the same will be AT tt South Bridge. Near Boeing No. 2. Date of first publication Nov. 16th, 1962. barred. 8442 L)ollas Ave. S. PA3-2605. 1962. J BESS'E E. BUNCH I Dote of first publication 11-30, 1962, BILL PIERRE CHEVROLET INC PAULA PATRICIA REILLY Executrix of said Estate. • MARIE McCUE • • Executrix of sold Eslate. 3200 S. Raymond, " Executrix of sold Estate. MOTORS, Inc. NURSING HOME 7611 S.E. 37th Place Seatte, Wash. 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg., Mercer Island, Wash. KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Seattle, Wash. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 115S0 EOTHELL WAY STUBBINGS NURSING HOME Stephen M. Rellly, By Thomas D. Kelley THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, "Calholic operated" " Attorney for Estate, I Attorneys tar Estate, Attorney for Estate, 12S31 30th AVE. N.E. EM 3-61ZO PrivotP, Ca. onh;. 7611 S.E. 37th Place ' ,$05 Arctic Building 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. State MC. ,, o Mercer Is and, Wash. 621 Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash, SEATTLE SS Res. LA. 5-8312 1732-16th Ave. EA.3-6061 Final 1i-30, ' Fleal 12/14/62  Final 12/14/62 Newman. i Seatfle GARRISON, Robert 6,. 56, 6722 16th Ave, N.W., died November 24 Requiem November 27 St. AIphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Halstad, Minn. Came here 17 years ago, Was a retired cabinet maker, Survivors: wife, Laura; stepsons, Melvin, William an¢l Robert Heide, all of Seattle; sister, Mrs. Vvlan Compton, Soap Lake; 13 grandchildren. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. GIUSTI, Flovlono, $5, 5619 Carson Ave. S., died November 21. Reaulem November 23 St. George Church. Burie Calvary. Born in Italy. Come to this country in 1898. Came here in 1908 from Pennsylvania. Retired from the Union Pacific Railroad about 1942. Member of the M.S.S.A, Society. Survivors; three daughters, Mrs. Tol- lie Rossi, Mrs. Chartes Bosl and Mrs. Paul Barborus, all of Seattle; a son Joe Just, Kent: 12 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Georgetown Funeral Home. HERIC, William J., 23, died No* vember 18 in Lomooc, Calif., of In- lurles suffered In on automobile ocd- den. Requiem November 24 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Holyrood. Born rn Seattle. Attended Sacred Heart School and O'Dea High School. Was a draftsman at Boeing for a year and half before going to Lompoc a year and a half ago. Was an electronics technician f o r Convair, Survivors: mother, Mrs. Lucllle Heric, Torrance, Colif.; two sisters, Mrs Richard Sohh Torrance, and Mrs. William H, Dob- son, Seattle; brother Irvln Herlc, and two grandmothers, Mrs. Ance Sflesel, Seattle, and Mrs. Laura Heric, Van- couver, B.C, Manning & Sons Funeral Home, HINDMAN, Arthur F., 60, 5"03431st Ave. S., died November 19. Requiem November 23 St. Edward Church• Born In Nettleton, Ark. Come here In 1917, Was a construction inspector for the Corps of Army Engineers until his retirement In 1949. Survivors: Wife, Stelta; two sons, Ronnld and LeRoy Hindman, both of Seattle; two daugh- "ters, Mrs, Dorothy Stence, Seattle, and Mrs. Alice Phil ps, Kalispell, Mont•, his nlother, Mrs. Teinne Hindman, Seattle, 15 grandchildren and a great. grandchild. Columbia Funeral Home, HINTON, William Bradley, S, 7726 43rd Ave. N.E., died November 20. Requiem November 24 Gur Lady of the Lake Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Seattle. Attended Stephen Decatur Elementary School. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Hlnton; brothers, James and Robert; sisters, Debra and Theresa, all of the family home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert McKay, Seattle; and Mrs. Estell Wright, Winchester, Vo. Bonney-Wat$on Funeral Home. HUBBARD, John P., Jr., 33, died In Fresno, Calif., from Inlurles suffered In an outomoblle occident. Requiem November 24 St. Fellcltas Church,' San Leandro, Cotit. Graveslde services and burial In Holyraod, Born In Seattle. Graduated f r o m the University of Washington, Was a salesman. Moved fo California about stx years ago. Survivors: wife, Gay; three daughters, Doborah Gay, Dana Ray, Did Kelli Jane; son, Casey, all of the family home; mother, Mrs. Vlrglnla Flnne- san, Cheton Falls, Chelan County; father, John P. Hubbard, Danville, Callf.; a half sister, Llnda Hubbard, and o half brother, Stephen Hubbard, both of Danville. ITEN, Mrs. lawrence (Genevleveb 47, 3147 N,E. 82nd, died November 23, Requiem November 26 Our Lady of the Lake Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Cresco, iowa, Come here 14 years ago. Attended St. Benedict College in St. Cloud, Minn. Member of the Third Order of St, Francis and the HOW Rosary Guild, Altar Society and the Mothors Club. Survivors: husband, Lawrence; two sons, Charles L. and Gregory L. ItCh, and three daughters, Mrs. William Kemp, MIss Katherine E. lien Did Mlss Mary Joan ItCh, all of Seattle; her mother, Mrs. Louise Flick, Minneapolls, and three brothers, Victory Flick, Clnct- nnotl; Charles J. Flick, Mlnneabolls, and Walter Flick of 5an Francisco. Fisher.Kalfus Funeral Home. MOGG, Alex, 56, 1723 N.W. fh St., died November 26. Requiem No- vember 29 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Calvary. Bore of Point Barrow, Ataska. Came here as a child. At- 1 e n d e d St. AIphonsus Elementary SchOOL Was e longshoreman. Surviv- ors: wife, Ethel; daughter, Mrs. Florence Hawes, Seattle; sister, Mrs, Nellie Trlgg, Name, Alaska; brother, Sam, Tanana, Alaska; three grand- c h I Id r • n. Hoffner's FisheroKalfus Funeral Home. OLIVER, Mrs. Helen, 64, 1940 Ninth Ave. W., died November 23. Requiem November 27 St. Anne Church. Burial Calvary. Was a retired cook. Member of the Cooks & Asslstant Union. Sur- viving IS 0 daughter, Mrs. Vorn Beaks, Wabash, Ind., and a grandson. PICKETT, Kathleen (Kay) Peabody, 25, Mountain Home, Idaho, formerly of Seattle, died Nov, 23. Requiem Dec. 1 Holy Family Church, 11:30 a.m. Member of Oass of 1955, Holy Names Academy. High Mass in Holy Names Academy chapel Gec. 1 at 0 a.m, at request of Class of 19S& Survlv- ors: husband, Duane; son, Duane Marsho(I; 1we daughters, Klmberly Hope and Meagan Louise all of Moun- tain Home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Wood Peabody, Seaflle; sister, Mrs. Richard (Nancy) Newell, Hawaii; brothers, E. Wood Peabody, Jr.; Seat fie; Alexander S. Peabody, U,S. Army, Yorlngton White Center Funeral Home. i' MERZ SHEET " I METAL WORKS J We do new and repair abe for ell I purposes whoro sheot metol ii re-I cluired. I MAIn )1.0242 IOl Jacksoe Street I SEATTLE 4 " I 4O MILLION LA 5-8900 RENAULT PEUGEUT FIAT ALSO LARGE SELECTION OF USED IMPORTS 10430 BOTHELL WAY OPEN EVENINGS i i ii i TH E PROGRESS--9 Friday, Nov. 30, 1962 i i i SEYMOUR, Mrs. Coyt O. (Mar- goreS), 96, St. Vincent Home, died November 22. Requiem November 24 Chapel of St. Vincent Home. Burial Calvary. Born ltl Waterford, Pa. Came here in 1926. AS o younger woman was active in the Woman's Christian Temperance union. Was e Queen Anne Hill resident many years. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. John F. Mullah. 5eat- fie; a son Jesse Seymour, Wotertord; four grandchildren, and ten great- grandchildren. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. STEINER, Mrs. Louro J., 70, 2144 Elghth Ave, W. Requiem November 23 Sacre Heart Church. Born In Au Gres, Mlch. Came here 50 years ago. Survivors: husband, Joseph; two dough. ters, Mrs. Date Elftmann and Mrs, Clare BaJkdoll, bath of Seattle; o sister, Mrs. Fred G. Hastings, Van- couver, B.C.; o brother, William Neely, Harlem. Mont., and four grand- children. Manning & Sons Funeral Home, SUPINO, NIcola M., 75, 7810 E, Green Lake Drive N., died November 26• Req[Jlem November 29 Our Lady of Mt. Virgin Church. Entombment Holyrood Mausoleum: Born n Italy. Came here in 1904. He had owned a tavern here for many years until purchasing a grocery store two years ago. He operated the grocery store until last March. Survivors: slster, Mrs. Marlc Costanza La Penno of Montreal, Canada, and a brother, Joe Supine In Italy. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. Sedro Woolley LILLPOP, Louis Froncls, 65, Route Two, died Nov. 20. Requiem Nov. 24 Immaculate Heart at Mary Church. Resident here 63 years. Painting con. tractor until his recent retlremeaf. Dur* ing the 1930's was ¢ member at Bar neY's O r c h e s t r a. Survivors: wife, Maude; son, Charles, Seattle; daugh- ter, Mrs. Gertrude Pottenaud, Seattle; stepdaughter, Mrs. Marion Herons, 51t- ko, Alaska; two sisters, Mrs. Rose Reed, Yucnlpa, Calif.; and Mrs. Louis Farrow, Chicago; seven grandchildren. Tacoma PAVOLKA, Mlchaeh 91, 3307 Port. nnd Ave, dted Nov. 20, Requiem Nov, 24 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Austria-Hungary. Come here in 1911 from Montana. Farmer foreman for Peterman Manufacturing CO., re- tlr!ng in 1926 when the mill closed. Member of Catholic Slovak Ledge, Greek Catholic Union, Holy Name So- clew of St. Josobh's. Survivors: three daughters, Mrs. Anna M. Morley, Port Angeles; Mrs. Mary Vargo and Mrs, Helen Hopkins, both of Tacoma; five sons, John J., Michael T., George A. and Frank, all of Tacoma, and Joseph, Puyallup; 16 grandchildren and eight great - grandchildren. Mountain View Funeral Home, Vancouver BLETH, Mrs. Kolherlne, 78, 135 N.E. 87th Ave., died Nov, 18. Requiem Nov. 23 St. John Church• Born In Rus- sia, Lived In Vancouver since 1934. Sur- vivors: three sons, Fred, Vancouver; Jacob, Medford, Ore.; and George, Clatskonle, Ore.; three daughters, Mrs. Veronica Houts and Mrs. Mary Walling of Vancouver and Mrs. Paul- Ine Decker, Ashland, Ore.; t6 grand- children; four great grandchildren. Hamilton Funeral Home. If you haven't been reading The Pregress advertsementB, you have been losing money. Read and profit. I (ASSIDY I Funeral ltome I I I Robert Cassidy, Pres. J James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT I 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 I ,I Dedicated to Service GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME Since lg0# i South Yeklma at lOth : TACOMA II III IJllllll[ I I III I I II I J_ THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS ! 70 Stores In Esstern & Wgstorn Washington To SorvB You : I ___ j