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AT. 2-8777 VALUABLE COUPON SPECIAL so 0El Permanents ,ed up PRICE INCLUDES l HAIR CUT TELEPHONEAT. 2-5070Ii and STYLING I We Clean and Style Wigs Also Specializing in T!~ting end Bleaching EVENING APPOINTMENTS MONDAY thra FRIDAY BISHOP BEAUTY SALON 600 Oueen Anne, Corner Roy Flowers say --- I remember so beautifully -- so eloquen+ly Another step in the remodeling of St. Paul's United Church of Christ at 12th and NW 65th. Three years ago an educational wing was added on the east side of the main building, and now a complete refacing with brick is being completed on the exterior of the sanctuary. John Nick, owner of Pick and Payit Super Mar- ket, has been President of the Church Council during the years of adding these "new looks" in keeping with Ballard's refurbishing. LEGAL NOTICIL$ W. STANLEY RIDDLE, JR Attorney Don Isham 5801 15th Ave. N.W. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of CONRAD N. JOHNSON, Deceased. in Probate. No. 176270. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has been appointed and has qualified as executrix of the estate of Conrad N. Johnson, De- ceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said executrix or her attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months offer the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 13, 1964. MAUDIE V. JOHNSON Executrix of said Estate 5801 15th N.W Seattle, Wash. 98107. W, Stanley Riddle, Jr by: Don Isham Attorneys for Estate, 5801 15th N.W Seaflle, Wash. BNT--5/13-27, '64 Sea Scouts of Ship No. 98, the . "CHALLENGER" can justly be /i:i:~: JOHNNY MARTIN proud of their boat launched f/oral the "Challenger' ,the 30-foot boat recently at Pier 91. Christened BALLARD BLOSSOM SHOP . is a former Navy launch powered : ::~:~:~:~e~:~ ::::::::~:~<:: ~ . . Ii bv a 4-cylinder Buda Deisel : Originators of +he famous i - - flower number Jiengme. Th.e boys and,the~r SU. 2-42 1 3 [llenger's" officers, spent many ~~ I, fathers, assisted by the Chal- ~~i:::~ 20th NW and NW MARKET Ilhours scraping old paint and re- II moving rusted metal IN BALLARD eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeaeeeeeeeeeeeeeee oeeoooeeeooooeoooooooooooeooooooooeooooooeoeooeoooooeooooooo LET US RESTORE YOUR TV SET TO PEAK PERFORMANCE, HERE'S WHAT YOU GET . . . NEEDE 3: CLEAN WHERE LEGAL NOTICES SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN, Attorneys 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of FLORENCE M. ENG, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172530. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Vic- tor Eng, Executor of the Estate of Florence M. Eng, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and Petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto en- tiffed and to discharge said Execu- tor; and that said Report and Peti- tion will be heard on the 8th day Of June, 1964, at i0:00 a.m at the Court Room of the Probate Depart- ment of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the ,same, Dated this 7th day of May, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER Clerk of said Court By HELEN L. HICKOK, Deputy. SCHNEIDER, MULLAVEY & HAGEMAN Attorney for Estate, 5420 Ballard Ave. N.W. Seattle, Washington BNT 5/13-27, *64 LEGAL NOTICES "---E RiK~FI~O B E R O ,--AT'ro-I~I~IE~ 1732 N.W. Market Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of HARRY GEORGE DUDLEY, De. ceased. In Probate. No. 171061. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution Notice is hereby given that Lydia B. DeWolf, executrix of the Estate of Harry George Dudley, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto en- tiffed and to discharge said execu- trix; and that said Report and peti- tion will be heard on the 15th day of June, 1964, at 9:30 a.m at the Court Room of the Probate Depart- ment of said Court, at which time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the some. Dated this 8th day of May, 1964. Date of first publication, May 20, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER Clerk of said Court. By R. S. Hofeditz, Deputy. ERIK FROBERG AttorneY for Estate 1732 N.W. Market Street Scuffle, Wash. 98107 aNT--5-20 to 6-3, '64 but didn't break, so there was no fire. Sh,lshoh Camporee A Day Camp for Children Of Working Parents, All boys and girls of ages 6-12 IS huge 3uccess are eligible to participate in the The Shilshole Camporee was Seattle Downtown YMCA Day Camp Program this summer. It will operate five days a week beginning June 8th through Sep- tember 4th, 1964. Day Campers should arrive at the Y between 7:30 and 8:30 a.m. and they may leave between 4:00 and 5:30 p.m. A child may attend one week or any number of weeks during the summer. There will be swimming in- struction, s po r t fundamentals, handicrafts, movies, overnights, hikes, nature study, campcraft, camp cooking, camp fires, stunts and skits. News deadine for all social events is 3 o'clock Friday. held at Ft. Lawton on May 16-17 and four Scout activities were demonstrated. Campfire was held Saturday night and all of the boys participated. There were around 600 Scouts and 80 adult leaders present. Mark Carson, 11, Troop 125 from Alligator Patrol, a 2nd class Scout, gave a First Aid demonstration. Dave Beatty, 13, Troop 85, 1st class Scout, gave an exhibition of Morse Code flag signaling. Dave 14, Cougar Patrol, Troop 154 gave a demonstration of compass triangulation; and David 13, Troop 114, 2nd class Scout gave an exhibition of physica fitness. OPENING Tuesday, June 2, 1964, of the RUTH HANSEL BEAUTY SALON located af 2218 N.W, 56th and now under new management The New Management Jack & Aida Snowden lnvl}e you to come in and get acquainted with them, * Experienced Operators Bretsch To Speak * Open Man. through Sat. -- Evenings by Appointment Beginning his furlough after They will leave Saturday eve- five years service in Tokyo andlning for College Place, Wash SU. 3"2721 the Far East, Elder Vernonlwhere Elder Bretsch's parents I live. Elder Bretsch and Pastor =Jm = t~retscn wm De guest speaker at rch will J Kurtz of the Ballard chu " 1 the Ballard Seventh-day Advent-Jsu ly the special music for May PP ist church, corner of 61st andJ30, as they formerly sang to- 22nd Ave. NW, May 30.Be; Wi~ ~ ! gether. OBALLA J Steven Jarvis, Ballard High School Senior, who lives at 3207 NW 60th, accepts Grand Sweepstakes Prize from Phil Friedman, owner of Phil's Jewelry Store. The diamond pendant, valued at $250, was the top prize in a month-long Grand Opening at Phil's, where several prizes were awarded every week. Steven's mother looks on approvingly. She says she will "keep" the jewelry for her son until he makes up his mind who to give it to. (With the appearance of this story, designing dames may be after Steve in droves!) Second-place Sweepstakes prize, a Mela- mine Dinnerware set, went to Earl J. Seitz, 3646 12th NW and third prize, a diamond Bulova watch, was won by Mrs. Edith Francis, 831 NW 59th, a spry grandmother who says this is the first watch she has ever owned. MPARE! TH LOW-COST AS 2206 NW oPEN Feedir CJgss at THIS OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 30, 1964 IF REPLACEMENT TUBES ARE NEEDED, WE USE THE FINEST SILVERAMA Contains the finest parts and materials plus a Reused Envelope 5511 - 24th NoW. ,u, ,A,X * .A= 0, S,O=,) SUe 3-1234 Walter Cronkite, Newsman, Visits Seattle Fresh from his coverage of the important Oregon Primary, Walter Cronkite paid a one day visit to Seattle on Saturday, May 16th. As a guest of KIRO- TV, CBS for the Great Northwest, Mr. Cronkite met with local political figures, representatives of the press, and KIRO-TV personnel. A luncheon at the Edgewater Inn provided an opportunity for Mr. Cron- kite to meet some of the political aspirants he'll be reporting on in months to come, including. Richard Christensen, Joseph Gandy, Dan Evans and Lloyd Andrews. Acting as hosts at the luncheon were Lieut. Governor John Cherberg and Mr. Lloyd E. Cooney, Executive Vice President and General Manager of KI O - TV. Without a doub+ one of Penney% biggest values ever! What a fan+asfic selection! Choose new, super tapered 133/ .oz. cotton denim in proportioned sizes tough I 1 I/4-oz. cotton twill I 11/4- oz. cotton 'n' nylon denim! Regular, slim 'n' husky sizes! Shop now! Get in on this special event and save! Bet- ter hurry! Limited time say- ings. SIZES 6 to 18 YOU CAN CHARGE IT AT PENNEY'S OPEN EVENINGS--MONDAY, THURSDAY AND Store Opens Dally 9:30 a.m. Closes at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday ! :<