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I BUY WITH THEM RATE: 30 Cents Per Line CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C PER LiNE 3 Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED P07 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 18 PROGRI :qSS Illll II II SELL WITH THEM -:..:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:..:. PHONE: MA 2-8880---Local 21 i i i VIEW ii III AUTOMOEILES FOR SALE BEDROOMS Full Basement :- ISOUND, MTNS. /BRAND NEW I Massive Rooms PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S ijI CARPET WORK IF RuG A.p..OSTERY CLEANING In your home I LJ. __KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450[ " ' CLEANERS & DYERS )0 OFF- "Free Estimates" Pick Up and Delivery Credit Available LA 5-5795 RAVENNA CARPET and UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE $18,950 TRADE YOUR EQUITY Built by a master craftsman and sltu- ated on a goi'geous view lot, it is to- day's best buy. A most relaxing home wlth the view Of Puget Sound and the mighty Olymplcs in an area of all flne homes, it cannot be duplicated nal! Its grandeur. The massive living room w th a Iog-s ze fireplace is argo enough l for oversize furnishings, formal dining room; the elegant kitchen has clear hardwood cabinets, built-in range & oven, and ample eating area. 3 large bedrooms. Full basement and single carport. Hurry or be disappointed. Coil on Ad No. 3991. LI 2-3184. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. 18332 AURORA AVE, N Full Brick LOW MAINTENANCE B Yr. Old 3 BDRMS. FIREPLACE STREETS & SEWERS CLEANERS SERVICED PUBLIC & PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS GRADE & HI YOUR VACUUM REPA,RED ..so $14 $400 DN Tam McE,roy LA24671 ,B00-- . fantastic value---low maintenance brick home. The rooms are good size with -' A CONTRACTING dining area. 3 lovely bedrooms of i JaR ROOF REPAIRING, new roots, which nne Is king sized. A good close I ggtters and downspouts, Asbestos andJ In area and so close to most every eftlposltlon siding Free estlmates. convenience. Streets and sewers in and Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. paid for. Ad No. 14001. Benton's Rlty., J EA. 4-8U1 840 Pop ar Place Inc. 15217 1st So. CH 2-1234. I 4 BEDROOM BRICK 'N CEDAR HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, interior, exterior Insured, Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 24463 L I I II DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS WESTSIDE ELECTRIC INC. WE 2-0354 . . WE 7-3776 Industrial and house wiring. "Electrlc heating our specialty" Serving Westj Scott e. Art E. Lindberg Owner. '  ....... I FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT I TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Cbtetseh I DAYLIGHT BASEMENT Finished Recreation Rm. WET BAR Manicured Grounds $25,250 Perfect home for young executive or professional man that is required to entertain guests. Home features spa- cious living room with sandstone fire- place, dining room has sliding gloss window wall to private patio, 3 twin size bdrms, up, lovely red birch kitch- en with buSt.in range and oven, gleam- ing bath compartmented into 3 sec- tions, finished daylight lower level has 1/2 bath. Finished 4th bedroom panelled In mahogany, huge party room with second fireplace, professional bar and sliding glass doors to rolling green HOMES OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY 3525 N.E 91ST 1 BLOCK TO OUR LADY OF THE LAKE NEW 5 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS ON MAIN FLOOR. 3rd roughec In full daylight basenent. Rec. room area. 2 fireplaces. 2 ear garage. Level lot. V2 block to city bus. ONLY ONE OF ITS KIND. DOROTHY HOYT, RLTR. LA 5-7568 ST. MATTHEW'S NEW 4 QUALITY HOMES NOW UNDER FOR SALE i NSIDE CITY 4 BDRMS. FIREPLACE ATT. GARAGE "0" DN. $12,9B0 A teen-age bedufy In iopuldr North Park area. Walk to everythlllg. These peo- ple have bought and are anxious so let's help them get Into their new home--and so help eurselvet. This Is the young large close-In home you hnve been looking for. Call EM4-1180 on Ad No. 3615. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. Open 9 am to 9 p.m 13300 BOthell Way NE. EM 4-1180 ASSUMPTION PARISH J ln O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Daniel Grace, died May 29, 1957. Bremerfon EAENEN, William, 64, Route Five, Box 2418, died May 18. Requiem May 22 St. Joseph Church, LIbhy Mont. Burial in LObby. Born In Jamestown, N.D. Came here during World War I I. Retired Puget Sound naval ship- yard crone oiler. Survivors: wife, Eleanora; daughter, Mrs. E. B. Phil- lips; two brothers, Ben and Joseph; sister, Mrs. Ed Holmgrlm; three grandsons; four nieces, and a nephew, all except his wife living in LObby. Miller.Reynolds Funeral Home. CONSTRUCTION Lovely dead-end street. 6 blocks from church. 3 or 4 bedrooms. 2 or 3 baths. Beautiful family kitchen. Full base- ments. $24,500 or 524,950. FHA term: and we will take your present home In trade. O'NEILL & SEIDELHUBER LA 5-5702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. ST. ANNE'S 3 BEDROOMS 2 FIREPLACES 1Vz BATHS DUPLEX ZONED LOT REDUCED TO 516,250 CALL MR. GARRISON, AT 2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 1IV2 Boston AT 3-5511 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE OF REAL ESTATE SHERIFF'S OFFICE, State of Washington, County of King, ss. By virtue of an ORDER OF SALE issued out of the Honorable Superior Court of the State of Washington for King County, on the 18th day of April, 1963, by the clerk thereof, In the case of City Transfer Company, a co-partnership, Plaintiff, versus McComb Construction Co., Inc., a WdhlhttBrt c0fp6rbtlffi; A Eh- Memoriam J Fr. Mallahan Says Requiem IMPERIAL East BUSTAMANTE, Francisco, 79, 1227 EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Broadway Avenue, died May 14. Re- FlnlILhed homes ready to move Into quiem May 18 Our Lady Star of the now. Visit the furnished show houses. Sea Church. Born In the Philippines. Open Dady. 10 o.m. 'tll 9 at n;ght. Lived here over 40 years. Retired cop- Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. persmlth. Survivors: wife, Grace M.; TWO BLOCKS TO ST. BERNADETTE'S 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER PHA APPRAISED $16,000 This home has had loving care inside and out by the proud owners who hod It built only 6 years ago and are now retiring and have to sell. Att. 1 car garage and storm doors and windows, really saves on that oll bill plus cool comfort for the summer. 2 large bdrms. on 1st floor, 1 cutle bdrm., elevated for the girls. An efficient kit. that includes elec. range, roomy dining "L", good sized living room with beautiful frplc. & for those patio peaches that love sunbathing there Is a big patio In the Ibrlvnte fenced back yard. Don't be a Slo-Mo. See It today. ROY H. EMMETT CO., RLTRS. 15321 1st Ave, So. CH 2-2343 Eves.: TA 4-6994 BLANCHET HIGH 3 BEDROOM. 8 rooms plus large recrea. lion room. Custom built, plastered and Insulated. 1750 sq. ft. living area. '/4 acre park-like grounds Secluded and landscaped. LA 2.7559. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 3 bedrooms, fireplace. Wall to wall car- ,, . petlng Fenced yard. ClOse to schools . and shopping. $15,950. LA 4-2065. HAWTHORNE HILLS Level 4 bdrms, and pl0yrm, on I floor. 2 b0ths. You'll 10re this beOutlful ram- bler wlth even bullt-ln hat cake grill and brlck klt. BBQ $3,000 dn. Mrs Conley, LA 5-9250. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE REDUCED $1,000 Two blocks to Sand Point Golf Club. Beautiful, level, 3 bdrms., 2 baths dn 1 floor. Beamed ceilings, big sunny kit., secluded garden-patio; man's hob- by rm. Low $30,000s. Charles & Sybil Conley 5511 NE 65th LAS-0 BY OWNER NEAR ST. LUKE'S 4 bedrooms. Full daylight basement. $23,950. LI 2.$784. NEAR BLESSED SACRAMENT 3 bedrooms. FHA. 514,500. Triple plumb- Ing. Wall-to-wall carpet. Minimum down. ME 2-2256. HOLY FAMILY -- 1 bdrm., utility rm., large yard. Fruit trees. Reasonable. WE 7.3490. 2' BEDRbOMS. North End. Cash out equity. Ey owner. EM 2-8860 daughter, Mrs. Josephine Almarlo, Wll- mington, Calif.; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Miller-Reyn- olds Funeral Home Edmonds WATT, Charles E., 67, 5210 Sierra Drive, died May 14. Requiem May 18 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Ithaca, Kons. Came here In 1962 from Fort Worth Tex. Retired superintendent tar General Dynamics Carp. Survivors: wife, Margaret; two daughters, Mrs. Patricia Jennings, Mountlake Terrace, and Mrs. Norma Jean Brink, Tacoma; three sisters, Miss Mildred Watt, Mrs. Cloud KJnsey and Mrs. Gertrude Guthrle, all of Oak- land, Calif.; 12 grandchildren. Beck FUneral Home. For Father BELLINGHAM- The Rev. James E. Mallahan, vice prin- cipal of Blancher High School was the celebrant of the re- quiem Mass for his father, John James, 64, who died Fri- day, May 17, after an extended illness. The requiem was said May 20 in Sacred Heart Church and the burial was in Bay View Cemetery. Mr. Mallahan, who lived at 1609 Knox Ave., was a life- l o n g resident of Bellingham and a member of the Knights of Columbus, Holy Name So- ciety and the Longshoremen's Union. Besides Father Mallahan he is survived by his wife, Ann; five other sons, J. Patrick, of Everett; Joseph, Matthew and Bernard of Bellingham arid ST. THOMAS MORE Will Consider Trade Trl-level 3 bedroom. Recreation room. IV: baths. 2 fireplaces, Basement, At- tached garage. 4 bedrooms, in north end, near bus and school, PR S.746D. BY OWNER. 3 bedrooms rambler. At- tached garage. Level fenced yard. Walking distance St Maffhews. On dead end street. DishWasher, range, drapes included. Excellent condition. S16,950. 1351515th Place N.E. EM3-4506` i . i ,  , LEGAL NOTICES J. NElL MAHONEY Attorney far Estate 525 Central Building SfN!IIIo 4, .WllltlglJllt IN THE SUPERIOR cOURT OF THeE Hedwig Josephine Vogeler lawns. Don't miss this beautiful 4-year* terprlses, Inc., a cBrpBratl0n, Rich- St6te at Washlngton for the C6ulfy i)f JOSEPH A HOLLEMAN 94616th Ave. S.w. Lt'E. 5:J480 old home. Our exclusive. Call CH 3-1660. ard O, Sims hhd hanna F Sims, hls King ....... -- -- wife, Defendfifits. FOR lIEN' Souh_. En.d Brokers,. Inc. No. $93403, dnd to me, os Sherltt, directed 'ns thvoMo)ttAoOfothedl!fitfh itI=N/1  flreYutr?teEsBtadlng /IUJO - /St Ave 30um and delivered' v:. == :'! .... --,.- ' ----,- w =hr,,* , ASSEMBLY HOTEL ,,'--EI NOT'CE ,S hERE"Y G,VE, That, ;ij.'),le#;c:,v; ,?it%nd,,- ........ a ...... o. F,no, 7.7-,63 I ILOcK TO 11" JAMigfi L,,JVEL/ Vl E VV  t LJE I ill pf8ed to ll at pubHe ductldtl ta i lflg'tm 5 oPine df dflg | Qua I- e 6 h6 h lheM b ddr for cash W l In 6 licit Jtl U I at Iv fit h un,r new m,nagsmet, iecl fat d. ASSUMPTION PARIH If! .... 1 hi .I e,  e tJ=g i#e ill 6  It -- -- Pens0hl}ft wftJ hOUrs itescrlbea oy IhW for SRl!flffil ilfdti It  V CLMh warm raami ee= u,b , .... .... j ..... j flirt 801 $tt! Ii'IR clBltS MORIARTY, OLSON & CAMPBELL ....... *'" ,pve'n ,--""th ........ ,, ..... .=..=n .n. .=,,* CUSTOm DUIIT 1 s0II f0-wlt, at Ten ocock AM. . Oh the ag'alnst ild 8 dla Qfd FIBy t}- no 123 Madison ...... MA 3,4174 bearoofn,  bbths, but In oveh intl. I 31st dy of May, 1963, Before the Court .ulred t'o 56" 6 ,le Sd ml},- UU v6fl,,'4 I, ..... Attar y ...... ul a n 1112 olympic Notional L.Ife B I I E --,-',n,.'PP -,-, ,r" 't-PI--=- rohg In kpoclous kitchen. PanelledlH0Uke door of King County, Jeffelson Oh sqld ExecUtriX( P"SP grn#y |f cMttt= Wash /t,K,) /r"lE ,3/REEl reCredtl0n room, 2nd fireplace In fulilStreet entrance, at Seattle, II1 thi SIRJ rl:td df the bddi| ileJw ifed dlid., u= e,..;," ,-,-,,';,n. ,.= .rub FROM ST ANNE'S daylight bdemeht $239 or FHAoI WaShington the f0110wlnO descrlbeJ tile th6 *bin6 WI t' fflS _l==i .... .' olll ir .n= our=.ut .uvn .... n= BflekeludeseBurt. heat LaVeahdl v'garage4 /= r 0 oSuitlBi0. S. forln - IndralSnlg= LA 3,'- 5550her. for InktJection' by  j r0hertYl at WaSNah, ngtoh,' ..... situated1  fe(fto-wlt'6(In Ih'K n gk,uthCountv,00., feetStat6 V'==' " " '"..ll-.,.Vt .u''**='lll(l_,,..=..=,tl_..,..,,a't'rhll ==ai'"*"'"w'0f t'r ="t h6 d ''='.t ' " In StateKingthe Of MatterWOShlngtOnof the forEstatethe of CuntYMARYf - uu = u q at first puBIllEatlOn lit lnls notice or Iill , ..2 6nly AT 2-601,= ..... . Crnwford & Conover, Inc. I af the est hdlf at the f0110wlh0 ae. Some will be barrel. .CATHERINE O FARRELL, .Deceased. I LADIES ONLY ALBERT BALCH BUILDER [ scribed property The northeast quar- Dote of first bubllcotlon Mdy 17163 /n .Predate. NO. 1/IB38. NOI"ICe 1"O I .. --.'':.'.-.T  ".'-'_ ...... 804035fh Ave. N.E. LA 3-5555 ter of the southeast quarter of sect(on BEATRICE GARVEY ' " .reo. Jrors, _ ...... rt.porTmenT or nous.e.  ...... J 10 townsh,p 22 north range 6 east Executrix of s-td I=,.,,, I NOtiCe Is hereby given 1ha! the under. Kee In rooms stortln aT s/ per week P 0 , .g . _ ()VVIXll-k) I W'M EXCEPT the west 22 acres an(J , r.,tr, I a.T',;i, ..... J slgned has been appointed and has quail- 1210 Marion Street (aCross tram :=we .... ' '-' I EXCEPT the esterlv 1. ft thereof :,H,''4"w*uk;' w Ifed as Executor of the estate of Mary - ............................  on dish Hospital). I TDZklcEr-DDr-I I for road' " "- j NEILV,ION'E, ' ..... " JCotherlne O'Farrelh Deceased; that all /1\\;/ %IN,.)/LI\\;I\LLJ persons having claims against said de 'S'TORSSlde by side. 2400 and 1900 I levied on as the property at oll of the A'ftorney for Estate I " sq. ft., one or both. Also a good Ioca- A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME! defendants heroin fo satsfy a judgment 525 Central Building ceased are hereby required to serve the lion for charcoal broiler or care In Don't miss Ibis clean 4 bedroom homelier o foreclosure of two mortgages Ceattle 4 Washington i same duly verified, on said Executor or downtown Kent. Available now. Colll wlth fireplace in full basement; only1 i omountlng to Two thousand four hundred  ' u Final S,- : attfe s, nf d r%rfheaaee ?ldhdrl s UL 2-6418. block to Our Lady of the Lake. FHA sixty-three and 48/100 (52,463.48) Dollars, S , O e REDECORATED orge bachelor apart-t appraised.for ,516,0: .--,, Ithe cost of su.t and Interest In favor of ioCerk t said Court, togetherwth proof mentS $62 and 7 604 East Union. I uYT KI:AL/Y f plaintiff and detendant, ABC Enterpr ses, PABB// , u=n,*=, ,,--... I u =UC. serv.ce w...,n s,x ,.. a,.er EA 4 '=;- --" _ ...... = " ........... I nc a Wash ngton corporaton 'Y.'-..-. T.'F'". '''''=; I the date of first publication of this no. =_ _Y ............ 1 == -/aau LA 5-93701 Dated this 23rd day of April 1963 $g'z watalngt0n ,real, rice or the some wEE! be barred. l rlFIoa:n/S:E:ieHOecn: g2rT !e 72:ya: rT: M?STSELE T hl?3EbePooE# raTleEr Date Of fOr!uDAb IcCaPRdAU; E2S9 ! I THEfNt SWUaP$1EIR:;OnWf':?UtR: &FuntHEI Date fB:.lrt EPU#lllo #a) #4L 1963 42nd. WE 2.2488. Firo-loce ond sc au .... ' ..... " Fhml publleatinn May 24 1963. ' K!.ng. . ..............  Executor of sold...Estate.. ., ,^ax An^..r*=J'r a, iDJlcu:n hal "   yu,u. ,u=: ,u] In me matter at Tne EStaTe at LAURA I Main Office, beottle, wash. al IVV,t p,rR/,V ..... , r ............ Our Lady of the Lake and to all con. i DALLMAN Deceased n probate No I MORiARTY, OLSON & CAMPBELL UNFURN SHED 3 blocks from St Jo- veniences On y 53950 ---- ' ' " ' andSephSweek-endsDYS- " callca'" a-AEA 4-2745.3 3305 'venln-s ]u Ha Y T REALTY' ' I u..t.==" ................. OF UrREALan=Kif-r =ESTA?E ='= si 171461Notlcen " i IsNtiCeherebyt glvenCredltrs'that the under-ll Attorneys1212 O y.pm fOrc NotEstate'ono Life Building  EM 2-7880 LA 3-53131 STATE OF WASHINGTON Count,, at g ea nos aeen appointed and has quoli-] Seattle, wash. ONE BEDROOM unfurnished oportmeat./---- Kin ss" SHERI--'- -"-ICE  fled as Executrix of the estate of Laura/ Final 6-7-'63 g i-P- :> uP'h Appliances. 117th and Greenwood Vlew. J HOME PLUS INCOME I BY 'IRI"UE OF A ...... OF EXECU Dallman, Deceased; that all persons bay- I Newly renovated. SU 2.2422. T ,,",...  ,  ]T.n,. "= U d t  '' norable Su" Ing claims ogatnst said deceased ore JI I I .,,, ,s e ou o. ,.e ,,o " h eb . ' I .31. J(,.JI-/fN ..'.'.b -- pl.5 500 [.;^. r',.,  *h. t^*  whinton er y required to serve the same, duly ,^==,u A MfILt=MAM t NO DOWN PAYMENT H ver.fled on sold Mar ore V rglna Doll- FURNITURE . _ , F ..A. OR GI! [for King County, on the 25th day of man  ......................... rd Attorney lpaClOUS nearoom name wim tull base. iApr , 1963, by the Cork thereof In the , , ,.uwu uL,=, u,=r,, ,=- 1035 Securities Bu dins LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on thai ment. Double garage Fireplace Plus case of Mabel A Re nolds d/b/a Rey- a, ,.,e Ou,,eos u=ow s,a,, a.., ...e ...e Seattle ! Washlnnton "Freetl " " Y ' ---' ' East5 de Open FrdaY evealng. rentable guest house. Immediate pos. no ds P umb ng & Heating P o ntlff, ver- sae with the Clerk ofsaid Court, to- SUPERIOR COURT OP WASH NGTON delivery", Credit. session. Key at: t sus Fred Borr and Edna 'Barr his wife ge ner With proof at SUCh tarvlce within . , ,^ ,. - v u y I' RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE .]BEST'S, INC LA 5-61 16l detendants. No. $86864, and t'o me, as six .............. months after the date of first publica- E;t'afo"oi HAIFI'AH CARSON, Deceased, R amona TIOn at tnls noTice Or The tame Will De q'U, S-1375 e ..... . .... . Sherff drected and de vered' , , NO 171640 Notlceto Credtors "' J' ..... . ! ST JOSEPH'S I NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE'N, That I no_rred.. .............. All' persons having claims against said u lion Io Date ot tirol puDiiCatlon May 10 1963 n ersl ned GREETING .ARDS " j WlII proceed to se)l at public a c ..^,.,. ,, ......... ," estate must serve same on u d g ........... l the highest bidder for cash, within the nv., u,.m,%. ,wu, appointed and qualified Administrator BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHR STMAS ' ' oearooms, ..oouoe plumulng. Hard- hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's :xecutrlx at saa I::sTate, wth w I annexed of estate or Its attor- CATHOL C CAROS--V PRICE wooa floors. HOt water heat. 515,750. so as, to-w te ten o'cock A.M., on the 1607 Dahlia Ave., nay of record at address be ow and f e LA 2-4671 24 bedrooms lamb _ _ . 17th day of June, 1963, before the Court Imperial Beach, Calif. same with court clerk with proof of H . , p mg on 2no tmor. iHouse door of King County, Jefferson CARROLL & VERZANI, Servce wthln sx months offer May 24, --: 1411= WAM'rI= D I Powder room on main floor. $19,500. Street entrance, at Seattle, In the State Attorneys for Estate, 1963, being first publication date. ......... C26Mrs. Murphy, EA2-2710 or LA of Washington oll of the right, title and 502 Washington Bldg., LEIF A HOLT WANTED IMMEDIATELY " interest of said defendanls and each of 5ealtle, Wash. Admlnsirotor with wl|l annexed u .... ,, .... ................ L .... I them and the marital community they F nal publication May 24 1963 IOSEPH A HOLLEMAN , ........ ,,,, soumwes wun..u.un .- / VINCENT D MILLER INC " ' " ' tory. One priest. One hour from Port- 3817 N E 45th ' L,2-5626 com pose,.!n ond tai,lh%tOlllOWlnKglnde Attorney for Estate land on rtdlroad. 2 bus lines. Nice liV-  ....... .--. ............ . 1035 Securities Building Ing quarters. Non smoker. Apply by letter only. Give names of references. No telephone application considered. Reply to Progress Box 'R' WANTED--Kind, middle-aged lady to care for spastic young man In Olympia. Good salary and nice home. Address reply In care of "Progress," Box "O" HOUSEKEEPER--2 priests for new rec- tory. Must have references. Box "E", The Progress. HOUSEKEEPER FOR RECTORY NEAR SEATTLE. REPLY TO THE PROG- RESS BOX 'F'. =ACHERS needed for special summer assignment. For Interview, phone LA 3-5927. : '" INSURANCE LEO J. KRANTZ INS. AGENCY Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish. Auto, home, business, health, life. 2-35 EM 4-3640 MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor People's Prices new and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 7000 South Ellis PA 5-8100 , County, State of Washington, to-wit: RICHARD C SHAN ST. JOSEPH S j l That portion of the southwest % at Attaley "'- 1. Volunteer Park. Colonial. 4 bedrooms, t the northwest % of section 19, Town- 3223 N.E. 123rd 3 sets plumbing. A wonderful buy at J ship 22 north, range 5 E.W.M. de- Seattlo, Wash. 518,500 FHA terms. { scribed as follows: Seg/nnlng at o IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 2. 6 bedrooms, 5 sets plumbing. Volunfeerl point 107 rods 8.5 feet south and 27 State of Woshlnaton for the County of Park. Coil Mrs. Brocelln, EA3-8717. rods 7.5 feet east of the northwest Klna - " 3 DUPLEX. 2 and 3 bedroom units. Coil corner of sect on 19; thence north 30 = In the Matter of the Estate Of A C. Mary Bracelin, EA 3-8717.  east 7 rods; thence south 81 east 179 REED, Deceased, In Probate. 'No. CL FTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS ! l;felehenCmeorSU:he;Yss atadltanCorhf 171279, Notice to Creditors:, . " , , Notice is nereay given mat the un- 1550 Olive Way CA S"07001 line of John Murray Tract; thence dersigned has been appolnted and has ST V NCENT DE PAUL north 61 west 220 feet to the point qualified as Executor of the estate of PARISH  of beginning. Tax lot No. 97, Less A. C. REED, Deceased; that all persons Church and school across the street. 3 south 65 feeT Tnereot, i.lng .ounTy, having claims against said deceased are bedroom rambler. 1V2 baths. Garage. Washington. hereby required to serve the edme duly Fireplace. Fenced. Sewers. Close to 2. The south V of .the south 160 feet of verified, on said LES JARViS or his at- shopping. 2 years old. Minimum down the north 190 feet of the east 150 feet tarney of record at the address below FHA 515 250--TR 8-4430. of the southeast V of the northwest stated and file the same with the Clerk -' ....... ----J % of the southeast V, section 3, town- of said Court, together with proof of NEAR OUR LADY OF FATIMA  ship 22 North, Range 5 E.W.M., King such service within six months attar 3 bedroom home, unusual price of $17,500/ County, Wash)ngton. the dote of first publication Of this notice, for ideation In Carlton Pork on Mag.!levied on as the property of said defend- nolla Bluff Close shopping. Charm. Ingly landscaped level yard. By owner AT 3-4539. BEAUTIFUL LARGE CAPITOL HILL HOME. Particularly suitable for pro- fessional man. St Joseph's parish. Neor church, Holy Names, stores, 2 bus lines. Telephone EA5-0659 for op. palntment. FOR SALE-- 104 acres on Darrington Road. 20 acres in timber. 84 acres bat- tam land, also trout stream. 8-room house. Spring wator, plenty tar sprin- kling and irrigation. Call DW-1-3133 Granite Falls. ST. FRANCIS PARISH 3 bedrooms, recreation room, fireplace, fenced yard. Assume G.I. $14,500. CH 3- 2350. RELIGIOUS ARTICLES WHOLESALE CLOSEOUT ants to satisfy a judgment amounting to One thousand two hundred eighty and 89/100 ($1,280.89) Dollars, the cost of suit and interest, In favor of plaintiff Dated this 26th day of April, 1963. DONALD R. SPRINKLE, Sheriff By Coral Claibourne, Deputy. Final 5.31-63 ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the EMote of VINCENT T. McCULLOUGH, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 171577. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualifted os Executrix of the estate of Vincent T.. McCuIIough, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication May 10, 1963. LESTER K. JARVIS, Executor of said Estate. 3223 N.E. t23rd Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney for Estate, 3223 N.E. 123rd seattle, Wash, Final S-24-63 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney for Eetdte 100 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. !In the Matter of the Estate of MARY M. CROWLEY, Deceased. In Probate. NO. 171664. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and hds quail- fled as Executrix of the estate of Mary M. Crowley, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore THE PROGRESS--I I Friday, May 24, 1963 Tacoma MclNTOSH, Mrs. Roscoe O., $0, 1708 S. State St., died May 18. Re- qulem May 21 St. Leo Church. Burtal Covary. Born in Lodes, Colo. Lived here 19 Years. Member of the Mary Sue Guild for Retarded Children. Sur- vivors: husband; three daughters, Mrs. John Robdou and Mrs. Larry La- Crosse, both of Tacoma, and Mrs. Barney Biorkmon, Sumner; mother, Mrs. Cecil Arnold, Colorado; t w o sisters, Mrs. Clam Schob, Seattle, and Mrs. John Adamson, Colorado; la grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. MULLAN, Mitchell N, Sr, 69, 2702 N. McCarver St., died May 20. Requiem May 24 St. Patrick Church, Burlat Cal- vary. Born in Yugoslavia. Lived here 45 years. Owner of Mullah's Body and Fender Works. Member of Bellarmlhe Boosters and Slavonlan-American Ben- evolent Society Survivors: wife, Rend; son, MItcheU at Tacoma; daughter, Mrs Richard (Ethel) Walker, Las ve- gas, Nev.; seven grandchildren Gaff- nay Funeral Home. PIzza, Dominic, 00, 813 S. Ahder- son St., died May 17. Requiem May 21 St. Rita Church. Burial Calvary. Born in italy. Lived In the U.S. years and in Tacoma 33 years. Re- tired building laborer. Survivors: wife, Rose; four sons, John J., Frank, Louis P. and Joseph R., oil of Tacoma; a daughter, Mrs. Helen E Yaung, Tac- oma; 14 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Cossedy and Allen Mot't- uory. Vancouver Stephen of Edmonds; 22 grand- ROSELLINI, Mrs. George (Ange|lno A.), 81, 4806 N.W. 122nd St., died May children; t h r e e nephews, a 15 Requiem May 18 St. James Church. brother, Matthew, in Belling- Burial St. James Acres. Born In Italy. Lived here since 1916. Member of the ham and three sisters, Miss Immacufata League and the Society Of Katherine Mallahan, Miss Sadie the Little Flower. Survivors: husband; son, Ray, Vancouver; four daughters, M a 11 a h a n and Mrs. Mary Mrs. Flora Dunn, and Mrs. Irene Tur- Kemphaus, all of Bellingham. IYzio?Oth of Vancouver; Mrs. Dora Portland, and Sister Mary Bingham and Jerns Funeral EIL, anor, Wenatchee; sister, Amalla, in italy; eight grandchildren and 11 great- H o m e handled the arrange- grandchildren. Hamllton.Mylan Fuero ments. Home. Everett Seattle Winslow BROWN, Rlchnrd, 76, 2608 Hoyf Ave., died May 14. Requiem May 17 Im- maculate Conception Church. Born In Blackburn, England. Lived here 52 years. Owned and operated Brown the Ptumber Co. until his retirement In 1955. Member of the Rotary Club and the Elks Survivors: wife, Mary Jane; LEGAL NOTICES JOSEPH A, HOLLEMAN Afforaey 1035 Securities Building Seattle I, Washington daughter, Mrs. Nellie Llenhard; one SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON grandson, Richard Llenhard, all of for Klng County Estates of OTTO WILHELM VOGELER Everett, and seven great.grandchildren, and HEDWIG JOSEPHINE VOGELER, Cassldy Funeral Home Deceased. No. 171722. Notice to Cred. HEBERT, Leonard N, 56, 1727 stars All persons having claims against said DaLes Ave., died May 17. Requiem e.=tates must serve same on undersigned May 21 Our Lady of Perpetual Help appointed and qualified administrator- Church. Born here and lived here all executor of estates or Its attorney of his life. Member of the Holy Names record at address below and file same Society. Survivors: mother, Mrs. Mary with court clerk with proof of service H. Hebert; two brothers, Vernon of within SIx months after May 24, 1963, Evereff and Orville of Marysvllle being first publleanon dote. Cossldy Funeral Home. OTTO A. VOGELER Admlnlstrotor of Estate of MORE, Clara Lnus, 94, 2320 Rucker Otto Wilhelm Vogeler, Ave., died May 15. Requiem May 18 Executor of Estate of fmmaculate Conception Church. Born C.OW PRICED; Adding Machines, type- writers, tile cabinets; service, too ALL OFFICE EQUIPMENT EM 2-6326 HOUSEHOLD goods pnd furnishings for sole, Frlaay May 24, Saturday May 25. 10 A.M. TO 4:30 P.M. 1003 MARION I llll NURSING HOME Seattle 1, Washington --_- Final 6-7.'63 Arts and Crafts Workshop Monday "Paper Capers," an arts and crafts workshop in making mo- biles, will be offered at the Seattle Creative Activities Cen- ter Monday, May 27, at ]:15 and 4 p.m. Participants will use paper scraps and popsiele sticks, wire and toothpicks set afloat in space. This will be the last in a cur- rent series of workshops for adults who work with children. The fee for a single session is $1.50. Information may be ob- tained by calling the Center, EA 2-4948. Flies 5,000 Miles for Mass SINGAPORE (NC) -- An Australian army chaplain made a 5,000-mile round-trip flight to offer Mass. Rev. Eugene Harley, of New South Wales, Catholic chaplain In Delphos, Ohio Lived In Mukllteo and Everett 42 years. Survivors: niece, Mrs. C. A. Schlffelbeln, Yaklma. Purdy and Waiters Funeral Home Lynnwood LANDRY, Patrick James, 20 months, Lynnwood. Mass of the Angels May 22 St. Plus X Church, Mountlake Terrace. Burial Holyrood. Survivors: barents, Mr. and Mrs. James E Londry; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Landry and John D Heath and Mrs. Roberta Patrick; areal-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert EIIIott. Beck Funeral Home. Olympia BOLLOCK, Mrs. Barbara M., died May 20. Requiem May 22 St. Michael Church. Eurlal Calvary Born in Ben- ton County, Ind. Came to Olympia In 1926 and lived In the Gull Harbor area since 1936. Member at the parish altar society. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Rob- ert (Blanche) McMurdy, Olympia; two granddaughters and four great-grand- children, Selene and Eros Funeral Home. KAST Dr. Matthew, 05, 816 S. died May 19. Requiem May 21 St. Michael Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Wiggensbach, Germany, Taught at St. Martin's College for 12 years and was an economics lecturer at Olympic High School. Served as ctty commis- sioner of finance In 1957 until 1960. Active member of Chamber of Com- merce and Klwanls Crab. Survlvors: wife, Elizabeth; daughters, Mrs. Robert B, (Marcia) Wlliiams Bellevue; broth- er and two sisters in Germany and two grandsons. Mills and Mills Funeral Home. ROTTER, Mrs. John P. (GraceD, 62, died May 17. Requiem May 21 St. Michael Church. Born in Aberdeen. Moved to Canada as a child and re- turned In 1943 to Eastern Washington where she and her husband lived until a year ago. Member of the Cap(fol City Art League. Survlvors: husband; seven sons, James, Olympia; Albert, Apache Junction, Ariz., Howard, Aber- deen; Jay, Wenatchee; Harold, Turn- water; Benlamin and Daniel, Rice, Wash.; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Manthey, Seattle, and Mrs. Florence Rheades, Redondo, Callf.; sister, Mrs. Josephine Bladsoe, Eatonvllle; 30 grandchlldrea Selene and Eros Mort- uary. Seattle FLATT, James WUllam, 25, died May 15. Requlem May 18 St. Bernadette Church. Survivors: wife, Beverty; daughter, Vickl Lynn; parents, William Flatt, Omaha, Nob.; Mrs Connie Flatt, Seattle; brother, Wallace, Omaha, and sister, Mrs. Donald (Cherle) Mastro, Seattle Yorlngton White Center Funeral Home. HENEHAN, Margaret, 9335 Lima Ter- race. Requiem May 24 St. Anthony Church, Renton. Burial' Calvary. Sis- ter-in-law of Minnie Henehan, Renton; cousin of Helen Moron, Tacoma. Stokes Mortuary, Renton. MASENGA, Mrs. Catherine, 3847 38th Ave. S., died May 15. Requiem May 18 Mount Virgin Church. Eurial Cal- Vary. Born in Genoa, italy Came here 71 years ago. Telephone operator in the County.City Bldg. 20 years before she retired 10 years ago. Member of the auxiliary of the Italian Club, the Italian Benevolent 5ociety and St Anff Sodality of Mount Virgin Church. Sur- vivors: daughter, Mrs. Max Leone, Seattle; son, Col. Robert C. Masenga with the Army In LOS Angeles; sister, Miss Dusolina Cavaletto, Renton; brother, Angola Cavaletto, Seattle; four grandchildren. Manning and Sons Mor- tuary, MATSUsAKA, Mrs Mldorl, 69, 4724 Second Ave. N.E., died May 20. Re- quiem May 24 St. Teresa Church. Eur- lal Holyrood. Born In Japan and lived here 48 years. Survivors: son, Eugene MCCARTY, Robert J., $2, 772420th Ave. N.E., died .Voy 14. Requiem MOy 18 Our Lady at the Lake Church. Burial HolyroOd. Born in Merna, Neb. Assistant supervisor tn the transport division of The Boeing Co. Survivors: wife, Evelyn; two daughters, Mrs. Rus. sell Kemp and Mrs. Paul Kelly, both at Seattle; sister, Mrs. Ben Cox, Marne; two grandchildren. Green Lake Funeral Home. SARSFIELD, James, 418 7th Ave. S. Requiem May 21 Our Lody Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Sur- vivors: brothers, Michael and Tom in Ireland. Booth-Ashmore Mortuary. SEIJAS, LOUIS P., 47, 4506 S. Bond St., died May 14. Requiem May 17 St. Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born here. Real-estate salesman for William A, Eastman & Co.; for 20 years, Sur- vivors: two brothers, Army and Henry, both of Seattle. Mnnnlng and Sons Mortuary. SWEENEY, Miss Beatrice, 79, 4831 35th Ave. S.W., died May 19. Re- qulem May 24 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born in Ireland and came here in 1914. Worked as a waitress until her re- tirement 15 years ago. Survivors: a number" of nephews and nieces. John Kalln Funeral Home. WlLLSON, Raymond Dean, 18509 2nd Ave. NW. Requiem May 24 St. Luke Church. Burial Holyrood. Survivors: parents, Mrs. Orville Young and Fred WiHson; brother of Fred, John, Erlka Laurene, Krlsttan and Andrea; grand- mother, Erlka Larsen, oil Seattle-Beck Funeral Home. Tacoma BACK, Bernard, 73, 1205 E. Hat- rltan St., died May 13. Requiem May 16 SS. Peter and Paul Church. Eurial Calvary. Born in Germany, Lived here 40 year, Retired millworker. Member Of the Eagles. Survivors: wife, Marie; son, Gerald, Tacoma; brother, Hubert In Germany; three sisters, Mrs. Anna FIorath, Mrs Emma Schulte and Mrs. Olna Selter, all of Germany; five grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mor- luary CAPUTO, Carmine, 79, 1425 N. Fife St., died May 16. Requiem May 18 St Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy and lived here 40 years. Was a tailor. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Mike (Theresa) Mlchell," Tacoma; four grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mort- uary. KINKELLA, Mrs. Mike F. (Frances], 72, 8612 S. Tacoma Way, died May 15. Requiem May 18 Visltotton Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Zvoneca, Aus- tria, and Hved here 42 Years. She and her husband would have observed their S0|h wedding anniversary May 19. Sur- vivors: besides her husband, son, SVORINICH, Antan, 74, died MY 20. Requiem May 24 St. Cecillq Church, Burial Holyrood, Seattle. Born In Dal- matia. Commercial fisherman a n d owned several boots. Survivors: wife, Mary; sons, Mathew of Wlnslow and Domtnick of Anacortes; daughter, Mrs. John Mowery, Spokane; brothers, An- drew Roskin, San Pedro and Marion Svorlnlch, Yugoslavia; sister, Mrs. Maria Mirkovtch, Yugoslavia; f 0 U r grandsons Owyen Funeral Home. BIRTHS BELLINGHAM -- St. Joseph Hes- pltnl reports the following births to Mr. end Mrs.: Gregory Pltsch, boy, May 14, 1963. Don Olney, boy, May 18, 1963, LONGVIEW -- St. John Hespltlll ports the following blrthe to Mr. and Mrs: Doyle Hill, girl, May 15 Michael AIstan, boy, May 20. EVERETT--Prnvldence Hospital re- ports the following blrths te Mr, ond Mrs.: Richard Hanson, boy, May Sn John Snrlano, boy, May 9. Samuel Hanley, twins, girl and boy, May 9. John J O'Brlen, girl, May 9. Roderick Collins, boy, May 11. Ronald Prayer, girl, May 14. Charies Hupe', boy, May 15. Thomas" Hellyer, boy, May 15. Alfred Anderson, boy, May 16. Donald Buehler, boy, May 16. SEAT'rLE -- Provlden41 Nospltol re. ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: John Cook, glrl, May 12. Morris Viken, glrh May 13 Robert McFarland, girl, May 14. Richard Honslnger, girl, May 14. WIIlion Ferron, girl, May 14, Donald Wright, glrh May 15. Richard La Foyette, girl, May lS. William Gamble, boy, May 15. Dale Phllllpe, boy, May lS, David Colller, boy, May 15. Philip Kloeck, boy, Moy 16. William Fortnum, glri May 16, Lawrence Keyser, glrl, May 16, Jerry Paulus, glrl, May 16. Harold Anderson, girl, May 17, Dole FJyberg, girl, May 17 Ronald MacMIllan, girl, MOy t7. Edward Graves, boy, May 17. Rolto Halbert Jr., glrh May 17, Jerald Smith, twins, boy and .girl, May 18. William Heikklnen, boy, May 19. SEATTLE--St. Frances Cabrinl Hbs- pltal reports the followlng blrth| !to Mr and Mrs.: Jos(ph Fltzharrls, boy, April 5. John Boise, girl, April 7. Edward Waiters, boy, April 9 James Colosurdo, boy, April 9. Truman Severson, girl, April 11 Lawrence Corbepf, boy, April 12. Ronald Alger, girl, April 14. James Stone, boy, Aprll 15: Phillippe Fortier, boy, April 16 " Frank, Tacoma; brother and two sis- Robert Holland, boy, April 17. tars In Yugoslavia; two granddaugh- Raymond Slfferman, glrh April 2t, ters, Janice and Vickl KInkella, both David Lee Smith, g|rl, April 21. at Tacoma. Piper Funeral Home. Peter Uglefich, girl, April 23. :- Henry Walls Jr., girl, April 27. Jay Johnson, boy, April 28. 2.6 Million James Ward, boy, Apr, 28 Visit Lourdes LOURDES, (NC) " S o m e 2,651,000 pilgrims visited this shrine of the Blessed Virgin during 1962, it has been of- ficially announced here. This was a drop of 21,000 from the 1961 total. Michael Mars, girl, April 29. !, Bruce Fisher, boy, April 30. Roger Seteergren, boy, April 00. Norman Saloneo, girl, May 1. Gary Waif, boy, May 2. Martln Ulrich, girl, May 3. Michael Lyon, boy, May 8. William Tauvell, boy, May 9 James Hurley, girl, May 9. Raymond Corwin, boy, May 14; Arthur PrekaskJ, boy, May 14, Byron Allan, girl, May 16. hen your need is greatest , . . STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Privole cases only. State Llc. No. 69 173-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 JUNE J U L Y -- Rosaries, Crucifixes, Statues, Medals, Gifts. Write: Ketone, 5179th Ave., Seattle 4, or call: MA 3-8268 drier_6 p.,.m.. ,,, TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE ISSAQUAH VILLA F E N D R 12"R A D'"T'  Catholic Operated. Class 1  "Member St. Edward' Parish" LIc. No. 475 -- Ex. 2-$351 (no toll)  " PA. 3-1172 PLUMBERS // WANTED TO RENT SERVICE WANTED TO LEASE OR RENT. Nice ........... I*" I large home for family with 8 children Kualam HeaTing . . . Ketal Tore /  ^r'AnT O C,klC I North End, prefer St. John or St. L. %. IVI;',3,3/'i./ C< ,)Jllo | Alphonsus. Can pay to $150 month. Call 45019th Ave. N.W. SU 3-M501 evenings. SU 2-4317. the same, duly verified, on said Execu- hereby required to serve the same duly trlx or her attorney of record at the verified, on said Executrix or her at- address below stated, and file the same torney of record at the address below with the Clerk of said Court, together stated, and file the same with the Clerk with proof of such service within six of said Court, together with proof of months after the date of first publlca, such service within six monthe otter the lion of this notice, Or the some will be date Of first publication of this notice, barred. Date of first publication May 10, 1963. MABEL T. McCULLOUGH Executrix of said Estate 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Seattle, Wash. Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash Final 5-.11-63 or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 17, 1963. PATRICIA M. LANGNESS Executrix ef said Estate 1005 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney for Estate, 1008 Olympic Not'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 5-31-63 of the Second Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment at Teren- dak Camp, Malacca, South Ma- laya, flew 2,500 miles to Gan Island, the southern-most of the 2,000-island Maldive group. The population of Gan is 500 male Royal Air Force personnel End one woman. She runs the store there for the Women's Voluntary Ser- vice. In Formosa; daughters, Mrs. Kay _  All Facilities on Ground Floor Johnson ond Mrs. K. Nakonlshl, both  Level, Including Two Chapek Oe., and Miss Jo Anne Matsusaka in CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED . Osaka, Japan; 12 grandchildren. Man- ning & Sons Mortuary. rlv O'FARRELL, MISS Mary C, (Mollie), 301 35th Ave. S., died May 16. Re- quiem May 22 St. Mary Church. Burial Calvary. Born In New Zealand. Came to Seattle 30 years ago 1o live with her uncle, the late Michael O'Forrell. "2i;"U'l /'I'I'TIN-Y "'U'OTIIiA'I3AM: W.E R Retired bookkeeper. Survivors: two sisters, Mrs. James Hunt and Miss I "'' '"'"' " # J-'''-j',""v".,,;,'- I Nora O'Forrell; two brothers, Patrick and John and several nieces and nephews ,oll In New Zealand. I= !