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I I BUY WITH THEM RATE: 30 Cents Per Line -:. i PROGR !SS SELL WITH THEM j ln MAY THEY REST IN PEACE ALTERATIONS and RESTYLING. EM 2-6326 after 5 p.m. ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS WE 2-0354 . . . WE 7-3776 Industrial and house wiring. "Electric heating our specialty," Serving West Seaffle. Art E. Llndberg, Owner. iii i i ii .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. -:- PHONE: MA 2-8880---Local 21 i i i iii ii i i Memoriam J IR(:00luiem Said ]In Canada CLASSIFIED, PER LINEmATE: I HOMES Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. I PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED GREENLAKE 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE PFP VIg\\;^/ iZERO DOWN Extension 18 A{JTOMOBILES V I I.. Y Y t3 PLUS BDRMS GREEN LK I BUILT IN RANGE & OVEN $200 DOWN $11 750 CITY BUS / FHA TERMS NEWLY REDECORATED. 3 plus bed. room home with large living room, FIREPLACE stone fireplace, formal dining room, built In kitchen. New portable dish- TILE BATHS washer included. Full basement. New gas furnace. Walk to school, shopping FULL BSMT and city bus. Call EM4-1180 on AO PLEASE ASK FOR No. 2456. Picture Floor Plans Inc, JOE PINE This home has many sparkling features. 13300 Bothell Way NE. UNIVERS.TY CHEVROLET CO. Newly decorated .nsideand out. Hard- EM 4 1180 ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4.1916 wood floors, large fireplace, 2 bed-I MEMBER ST BENEDICT'S rooms on main floor end two roughed NEW & USED CARS & TRUCKS In upstairs for the handy man fo f n- ask for Ish. 2 blocks from Green Lake on bus I line. Hurry on this one, call LA4-11301 ,t. I DAN WALTON on Ad No. 3-3034. " l ',J'd CH 4-5440 ires.) WE 7-5130 " I __(' savings guaranteed Picture Floor Plans "ALAN14400GREENlst Ave.CHEVROLETsouth 7314 AURORA AVE J " _-. (100 thousand mile guarantee, LA 4-II 30  AUTOMOBILE REPAIR S,. :' TRANSMISSION I. Volunteer Pork. Colonial. 4 bedrooms. __ TROUBLES 3 sets plumbing. A wonderful buy at i $18,500 FHA terms, i iI= i Is /e- I ,."- i--I-x ,, LA 5-6677 2. 6 bedrooms, 5 sets plumbing. Volunteer / / IX I I \\; / i-- kJ  I IX/ w- CARPERK Park. Call Mrs. Bracelln, EA3-8717. i /I N I VL. IN.,,)I// 3. DUPLEX. 2 end 3 bedroom units. Call Mary Brocelln, EA3-8717. RUG ANDcLEANINGUPHOLSTERY CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. /t D I' D hA C In your home. 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700  L [J I/ V  J KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-$450 -C-S-RIS-'- -- ........ 3 bedrooms, recreation room, fireplace, 2 BATH c CLEANERS & DYERS fenced yard. Assume G.I. $14,500. CH 3- ".J .2o: ................................ ; $250 DN 10% OFF SPRING CLEANING SPACIOUS HOUSE NEAR SEATTLE WALK T(1 T-IE -UNIVErSiTY Fwnf "Free Estimates" -- .................... Pick Up and Delivery PREP. 5 bedrooms, 3V2 baths. Level HERE. Remodeled comforlable home at Large v ng d nging room and Credit Available cleon as a new one. Close fo BLESSED kitchen areas Two car garage Call LA 5-5795 SACRAMENT. Large fenced yard fort RAVENNA CARPET evenings: EA 3-3325. the kiddies. Massive living room with ST, JOHN'S Iogsize fireplace. Formal dining room. and Family type home. 2V2 baths. Owner Roomy kitchen with eating area. 2 UPHOLSTERY CLEANING must sell. Vacant now. Asking $13,500. vanity baths. Full daylight basement. SERVICE  EM 4-0677. Detached garage. FHA approved at i  $15,000. Call LA 5-4343 on home No. CLEANERS SERVICED 219. I BENTON'S REALTY, INC, YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 PERSONAL 6717 ROOSEVELT WAY NE , Tom Mc.Elroy LA 2-,1671 INFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par-,-, CONTRACTING e.ts urgently requested for .ew born WEDGWOOD babies. Also summer placemeals for: 4 BEDROOMS FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, school age children. gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and Catholic Children's Services $16,500 eampesltlon siding. Free estlmoles. 1310 No. I Street FULL BASEMENT. Nice and clean. Ap- Guaranteed work. Call C R. MARCYES Tacoma proximately 12 I years old. Nice car- EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place Broadway 2-9359 t per lot with VIEW of Lake and $ Complete/; NEEDED It Mountains. Ctose Our Lady of the HEENE.Y remoaellngCONSTRUCTIONservlce room CO.addlflons, re-;we have an urnent need for tempera vl Lake, shopping and transportation. pairs, Inferior, exterior. Insured. Refer.J foster homes for Infants as well asl FHA appraised. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC epees Up to 5 years to pay er old children. Board rote, medical caret Washtngton's oldest rsol estate firm I PA 2-4463 and clothing are provided by the agencY. 18040 35th Ave. NE LA 3-5555 If you ore Interested, please call. I DRESSMAKING MA 3-9065 ST. JOSEPH'S CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES DRESSMAKING PLUMBERS PLUM B"G '& EATI N G SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retell Store WESTSIOE ELECTRIC INC. L.G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N,W. SU 3-6850 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES FOR SALE I i n lUll TRADE YOUR EQUITY PFP 4-BDRM. ST. MARK'S CHRIST THE KING B lOiV If-yr. old family home *n top condition, LJ I I\\;// within walking distance of Christ the King. Spacious living room with 10'j GOLD MINE stone frplc., W-w carpeting, modern i kit., with more than enough cabinets, Vaf"KIT plus eating space. Main floor utilities. V/ \\;%..1 \\;1 N1 Extra large garage with storage. Big : fenced, level lot, ideal for children. I F:AkA I(%('KA !' Owner will sell on eaSy FHA ferms. I ,i ,,v,. ...J--Ivl Askng $16950. ,I 3 BEDROOMS I LOYAL REALTY 1 "71-- r'3/" r'K I 1172s - 24th NW SU3-1300 t LEILJ I J IN. KCK-s--I IST TIME ADVERTISED 80x250 GROUNDS 1 Hurry, Henry, get grandma's lye soap, - . .. L A -  ,-P-t i t the Alex and that bottle of MR. L J,, (J , /" 1 IIL-.J / CLEAN; we got a lob to do. Yes sir, -I")O7 IVk Jl Nil I I when we get this little Jewel all    slicked up we have made ourselves a NO DN. PAYMENT FHA OR GI J handsome profit, Henry. Can you Attractive bungalow with fireplace. Lots Imagine so much house for such a of privacy. Sewers in and paid Great small amount of money. Why Just possibilities here. Low low price $9500. imagineJ 3 large bedrooms, Ilvtng Call room, a grand kitchen, 16x16 finished IA  A A RPT' NO" family room, attached garage and a t. ,J-u.,.  .... . .... beautiful lot with enormous frees end !qT LUE'S fenced. HeeL no, Henry, there is no !  ' traffic on o dead-end street. Come on, \\;/A("AKIT we can buy It for only $11,500. Ad No. V/ \\;I \\;l il 2799. LI 2-3184. " / s o s d plrUR = =tnr o^ .uP 13 bedrooms with 1 : both I O uble I - h8332" A'i I'Dt'R'A &br'"l ..... Ied fireplace that opens to family room .... ' ..... -"-v- .... "---' '- --I and living room. Glass doors to patlol OUR. LADY OF LOURDES I and level lawn bordered by flowering i CHURCH & SCHOOL I dwarf fruit trees. Ask for Mrs. Saw. - yeri AT 3-8857. NEW 3 BDRM. AVERBECK REALTY i DAYLIGHT LOWER LEVEL OFFICE -- AT4-SS0g I TERRITORIAL VIEW LAURELHURST SCHOOL I BLT-N RANGE-OVEN & SACRED HEART VILLA (%KII V Ira ")ct /$300 dn., bal. $150 me. or assume $16,5001 .J,',L ,po,z.u loan, bal. $124 me. Full price $19,250. Qualify Rambler in excellent dose-in. Level, 3 bdrms. & 4fh unfln., bsmt.= view area. Walking distance to Cath- rec. rE., lovely soft beige Intertor 011c school, and the "Adastra School" new Off white carpet. Ideal for young for gifted children -- only 10 minutes I kiddies. Mrs. Copley, LA5.9250. to Booings. Home features: entry hell In mosaic tile---extra spacious v ng MONTLAKE room with huge picture windows andJ REDUCED $1 000 sliding gloss doors to sundeck, ideal ....... ' ...... I-- for warm weather dlnlna -- soarklinat wnlre, moaern American. a uarms, p u n - -- - 1 in basement 2 baths sunken liv mahoga y and mica kitchen will make . ' ' meal preparations a breeze  gleam- rm. & music rE. Gold w-w carpet, ing tile vanty, spash proof bath -- new sfo.ne frple. Sep. din. rE., natural 3 larger than usua bedrooms with wooa Kh., nOOK. Prlvale rear yard. oversize closets -- full daylight lower $16,950. level has future recreation room with Charles & Sybil Conley fireplace, roughed In second bath {5511 NE 65th LA5-9250 work shop and storage area -- Ondl space for I or 2 extra bedrooms -- ' 1- excellent materials and workmanship, IMPERIAL Ea fhruouf Including all copper plumbing.] bI Our exclusive- Call CH 3-1550. lEAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT South End Brokers, Inc. IFInlshed homes ready to move into 11036 First Ave. So. now, Visit the furnished show houses Open Dmly; 10 a.m 'tll 9 at night. LAKE: HILLS I Call $H 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. 2 BLOCKS FROM ST. LOUISE church i I and school. All services. 1 year old $150 DOWN trl-level. 3 bedrooms. 2 baths. Fin-t ished daylight basement, double car- eneuic.'s St. port. Patio. Landscaped. Full Insulated. / "Sharp Bungalow" Save on heal. Quiet street. Idea fom. l liy neighborhood. Moderate downl ONLY $II,500 i TO the charity of your Masses /and prayers are commended For Fr. Dietz the souls of the following der 'parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Norbert Strieker, O.S.B., died June 10, 1942. The Rev. John A. O'Hagan, died June 11, 1938. Bremerton WESTERMANN, Leo H. St., 74, 1736 Burwell St., died May 29 In Kansas City, Kan., while vacationing. Requiem St. Anthony Church, Kansas" City. Bur- ial in Kansas City. Born in Kansas City. Lived here since 1941.' Retired sheetmetol worker from Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Survivors; wife, Ag- nes; two sons, Leo H., Bremerton, and Robert E., Portland; brother, A. O, Westermann, Portland, and '.eight grandchildren. Camas CONWAY, Timothy H., 8% former resident of Comas, died June 3 In Seattle. He had been living in Berke- ley, Calif. Requiem June 7, St. Thomas Church, Comas. Born in San Mateo, Calif, Surv yore three, sons, Robert G., Klrkland; Hugh P., Senttle,'and John A., Lafayette, Calif.; brother, James, ValleJo, Calif., sister, Sarah, Las Angeles; 10 grandchildren. Swank Funeral, Home, VANCOUVER, B.C.--Requiem Mass was offered May 28 for Rev. Oscar Dietz, C.Ss,R., who died shortly before at Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church here where he was sta- tioned. ,Father Dietz was buried at the provincial house in Edmon- ton, He was about 60 years old. Although born and reared in Western Washington, Father joined the Canadian Province and was stationed at Redemp- torist Houses in Western Can- ada all his life. He had been blind the past eight years, but never failed to say Mass every morning. He was ordained in 1927 and celebrated his first Mass in Sedro Woolley where his par- ents were residing at the time. He is survived by a brother, Henry Dietz, and a sister, Ger- trude Dietz, both of Seattle, _ I II IIIIII I IIII THE PROGRESS--:9 Friday, June 7, 196,,3 - Requiem Said For Sister Simon TACOMA -- Sister Mary Simon, O.S.F., 84, of St. James Convent in McMinnville, 0., died May 30 here. ThE requie4m was offered June 1 in "the chapel of St. Joseph HospiI with burial at Calvary. Born in Bantry, County Cf k, Ireland, Sister had been .in Tacoma for the past several years. She was professed :iin 1906. Survivors include a nie, Mrs. William Clary of New Bedford, Mass. Gaffney FUneral Home handled the arrange. ments. Omy Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the s rong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over meq 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 nly angel whisper peace to! me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen. PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Everett GORMAN, Charles H., 70, 2127 Rainier St., died Moy 30. Requiem June 3 Dur Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial Mount Carmel Ceme- tery Born in St; Ignoce, Mich. Lived here 47 years. Member Of 'the Car- penters Union. Survivors: wife, Lella; brother, John, of St Ignace; sister, Mrs. Ellen Galligan of Everett and four nieces and nephews. Cassldy Fu- neral Home. Mercer Island GREGG, Michael S.,-62, 2223 76th Ave. 5.E., died May 30 Requiem June 3 St. Monlca 'Church. Burial Sunset Hills. Born In Kansas City. Came here in 1945. Was a master marlnor and later an Insuran1:e salesman. Was a member of " the first Mercer Island Town Council. ,Survivors: wife, Hazel D.; stepdaughter, Mrs. Robert B Martin, Mercer Island; stepson, Bill Hendricks Seattle; brother, Capt. Frank Gregg, Tamore, Ireland; four grandchildren " and two great-grand. children Columbia Funeral Home. Puyallup LINDAUER, LOUIS F., 70, 6912 N. Mer- Idlon Ave,. died June 2, Requiem June 6 St. Martin of Tours Church. Born Survivors: wife, Katherine; three IIIII I Seattle JORDAN, Wilbur, 53, 4525 Latona Ave N.E., died June 3. Requiem Juno 6 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Holyrood. Was a glazier. Was a mem- ber of the Holy Name Society of the Blessed Sacrament Church and Local 188 Glass Workers' Union. Survivors: wife, Lauretta; daughters, Mrs. Den- nis Dahltne and Mrs GaYlord Wang, and son, James Jordan, all of Seattle; slsters, Mrs. Agnes Prolt, Spokane, and Mrs, Ruth McVtttv, Hawthorne, Nev, and two grandchildren. Hoff- ner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. MARTIN, Mrs. Della M., 71, 205 W. Lee St, died June 3. Requiem June 6 St. Anne Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Waumandee, WIs. Came here 57 years ago Survivors: sons, F, Dale end Calvin; brother, Thomas Waters, all of Seattle; sister, Mrs. Agnes Mleske, Portland, Ore., and eight grandchildren. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. MclNNES, Mrs. John (Margaret), 504 E. Republican St., died May 31. Requiem June 4 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born In I I II II Seattle STEVENS, Mrs. Paul (Morgaret Ann), 30, 3005 N.W. 56th, died May 29, Requiem Juno 30 Sacred Heart Church, Enumclaw. Burial Holy Cross, Enumclaw. Born In Tacoma dnd raised in Enumdow. Attended St. Jo- soph's Hospital School of Nursing In Tacoma, Was o practical nurse at Virginia Mason Hospital until two months ago. Survivors: husband, Paul H.; father, John E. McHugh, Enumctaw; brothers, John E. MeHugh; Jr, Au- burn; James M. McHuglb .Enumcldw; and Joseph McHugh, Seattle; sister, Barba'ro A Stevens, Enumrlaw. Enum- claw Funeral Home. WIESMAN, Joseph B, 68, 'died May 25, In Apache Junction, Ariz. Requm June 1 St. Catherine Church. Born,/In Muenstcr, Tax. Come here 40 yecrs ago and moved fo Arlzon tour years ago. Survivors: wife, Alda; : brothers, John B., Portland, and Henry Wtesman, Belmont, Caltf.,' and three sisters, Including Mrs. Lena McConohy, Spokane. Green Lake Fu- neral Home. Snohomish HAWKINS, Mrs. Julla Ann, $2, 'r- County Longford, Ireland. merly Of Seattle, died May 30 Requiem Came here In 1923. Survivors: dough- June 3 St Michael Church. Born | In tars, Mrs. Angola Recchla end Mrs. Ontario, Canada, end came :o ,5o- Julius Orsuccl, both of Seattle; five homlsh five" years ago from Seate grandchildren, end one greet-grand- Survivors: two sons, Alfred Bovla qnd child Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. Ted BoVio, both of BremertOn." PuIy and Dawson Funerall Home. , WHOLESALE CLOSEOUT [ 1V baths Patio Fenced yard CloseJ McCUTCHEN REALTY JUNE J U L Y -- Rosaries, Cruclflxes, I to shonnlng 1233' NE 184th EM 3-8141 MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 T'-',DTlll AC. Statues. Medals, Gifts. Write: Katono,/ for nooolntment ' I--NEA-R--OU-i---A-hv'---- 1VIIILL/ %) 1 : -r --- -- ........... v. --n--l,. I A M=VlCAN .... xl r- ...... n 517^,9th,Ave., Seotlle 4, or call. MA;PAIIVE N 2 bedroom homel3 bedrooms p us daylight recreation room 94B 6 t6fh AV e S W, WE t480 .... ' " i w'th basement, outomallc oll furnoee, W/or?ep;ote bath. On bus. Large fireplace w-w carpet. Ideal location, p . w down, contract with own- ' - --^^ o =h^ , nlu Rosary1 er or assume mortgage. Less than FOR RENT ) ?:rre%n';' Ju'n't'[on. ' fia's'separat] $20,0O0. Call AT2-1377 evenings. r=ltln tAUlU  iv r b r am o n "' / ASSEMBLY HOTEL "Member SLAEd,d's Porish" 1 ;;uSeP:rtUSeetaSn3;dwe=:t335" 00?000,lExce,.nf 2 VelErWoomBRIC:me with fully 1 BLOCK TO ST. JAMES " " " II I 1 Boeing Workers." / finished basement, including extra bed- Under new management. Redecorated. WANTED TO REN ' i  room, bath end recreation room. Man Clean, warm rooms. Pensioners wel- i / ,t floor wall to wall carpeting. Private come $40 month up I  owner. WE 5-9048. , :; LEGAL OTICES LADIES ONLY i LEGAL NOTICES SUPERIOfor King CountyCOURT OF WASHINGTON I KELLEYAttorneys & O'SULLIVANfor Estate Attractive First Hill apartment or house-i Estates of OTrO WILHELM VOGELERI 505 Arctic Building keeping rooms, starting at $7 per week. , end HEDWIG JOSEPHINE VOGELER, Seattle, Wash, 1210 Marion Street (across from Swe-I CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Deceased. No. 171722. Notice fo Cred- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE dlsh Hospltal). Attorneys Itors. State at Washlngton tar the Counly of 1147 Logan Building All persons having claims against sold i King 2 STORES-SIde by side. 2400 and 1900 Seattle, Wash. estates must serve some on undersigned !In the Maffer of the Estate of EMERY S. ELLER, Deceased. In Probate No. LOVELY 5 BEDROOM HOME payment and assume FHA mortgage. I Just llsted and 1st time advertlsedl Completely done over. New plumbing. SH 6-9666. t Cleon standard floor plan home In New wiring New kitchen end bath.  -- --  d ' I f ' gee d s rlct close fo OII schools, bus, Beautiful enclosed yard. Priced In 1he ST. JOSEPH S J - h I ........ ,  S opp ng. Harawooa Tlrs., Tlreplace, mid 205. For information call Mrs. 1. Near Holy Names. I 2 bdrms nlus snee for 3rd In Worm Murphy EA2-2710 ar LA2-5626 5 bedroom house Ideal location I _  ': : -- ..... * ary osmr. New furnace, InlS IS a race VINCENT D. MILLER INC. 2. Near Volunteer Park. home--Call ME 2-4200 fo see It Marie 3817 NE 45th LA2-56261 Excellent condition, big fenced In I Moss Rlty 1716 N 45th " "BYOWNER__8--,}ear -0idiom-bier- Dead yard. FHA m n. down  _ __ _L" , __" ...... end street.' View. FHA. Approi'sed al3. Superb view property of L0ke-:Wagh- ' QUEEN ANNE Mark s schoo Ington 4 bedrooms p us HW heat $19,000 1 b ock St ' . . . BIGELOW LOCATION C ose fo a Shore ne echoes 2 f re- FHA mE. down. 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS I Ini room 4 bedrooms  Ca Mrs McCutchen EA 2 561t places. Ful .d ng .  "  " SOME VIEW; $'24,500 FOODENTERTAINMENT CALL MR. GARRISON--AT 2-6,139 BLAINE REALTY 11V Boston AT 3-5511 MERCER ISLAND--ST. MONICA'S $29,000--1V2 YEAR OLD COLONIAL 3150 SQ. FT. $ SPACIOUS BEDROOMS. Large recre- ation room. 3 baths, tamlly size kitch- en, famous steel buIH-ins, wall to wall carpeting. 2 ftrep(aces. Swim pool membership. Owner transferred. AD 2- 8357. ___ OPEN HOUSE 5 to 8 p.m. FRIDAY & SATURDAY 645 NW 83rd ST. JOHN'S Custom built Cape Cod. 5 on 1. Fire. place. Full bosemenL $14,950. Owner. Broker. LA 2-8778. ST. ANNE'S AREA 4 bedrooms, basement, triple plumbing, new auto. oil heat. Fenced yard with Bor-B-Q. Garage. Across Queen Anne fleldhouse on bus. Near shopping. Widow leaving town. $13,000. AT 2- 4622. DES MOINES AREA LARGE RAMBLER In Switzerland. Lived here, 28 years. daughters, Mrs. Louise Imbaf and Mrs Marie Holdener, both of Buck- ley, end Miss Margaret Rose Llndauer, of the home; two sister, MrS Rose Inderbltzen, San Jose, Calif., and Miss Theresa Lindauer, of Switzerland; 10 grandchildren. Powers Funeral Home. Ridgefield WHITE, Mrs. Henry W. (Mow' Re. chel), 73, Route 2, Box 186, died May 30. Requiem June 4 St. Mary Church, West Pioneer. Born In HIghlandsvllle, Me, Lived here 31 years Survivors: husband; son, Elza Allshle, Ridge- field; daughter, Mrs. Mary June Fltz- gibbons, Los Vegas, Nov.; brothers, Robarf VonderpooL Orchards Fronk Vonderpaol, Medtord, Ore., and Hen- rY Vanderpool in Illinois; 14 grand- children end one great-grandchild. Hamilton.Mylan Funeral Home Seattle ALLEN, Mrs. Roerf D. (Ruth), 53, 817 E. Shelby St., died June I. Re- qulem June 3 St. Patrick Church. Burl- al Calvary. Born in Everett. Came here 39 years ago. Was a graduate of the University of Washington. Mem- ber of the Children of Mary, Forest Ridge Convent. Survivors: husband, Robert D.; son, Coburn Allen, Seattle; daughter, Kevin Allen, Seattle; sis- sq. ft., one or both. Also o good lace- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE appointed and qualified administrator- flop for charcoal broiler or cote In State of Washington for the Countyiexecutor of estales or its attorney of downtown Kent. Available now. Col1 of King. i record at address below end file same UL 2-6418. n the matter of the estate of J C I wlh court c erk w fh proof of service COREY, Deceased. In probate. " No'.! w th n s x months after May 24 1963 UNFURNISHED HOUSE; 2 bedrooms, ap- 169186 Notice of hearing final report; being first publication dote. plionces, basemeat, garage, y n r d, end petition for dlslrlbution OTTO A. VOGELER transparfollon. School; 575. 726 North Notice Is hereby given that Blanche! Administrator of Estate of 42nd. WE2.2488. I H. Corey, Execulrix of the Estate of , Otto Wilhelm Voge;er, 171903. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the 'under- signed has been appointed and has gual. Ifled as executor of the estate of EMERY S. ELLER, Deceased; that oil persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required fo serve 1he some, duly verified, on said LLOYD ELLER or his !attorneys of record at the address below !stated, and file the same with the Clerk Daylight basement All appliances. Fin- Sere, Mrs. Corly|e D. Hansea, Seattln; ished Isemont. View 1 block St Mrs. Henry E Stelner, McAIlen, Tex., Phllomena church and schools. TRB- and Mrs. Robert McCaughern, Socra- 2958 mento, and o brother, Dr. Alton L. ASSUMPTION SCHOOL Wash, San Jose, Collf Bonney-Wafson 4 bedrooms. Funeral Home. Finished basement. Den. 1V baths. At.l tractive yard. Mid 18's. By owner. LAi 3-2801. CORNER, Mrs. Mary LOuisa, 58, ALK WATERFRONT partly furnished 2 J: C-Corey. has_filed !n the office of i HEeXcCforjO:eE;tntevOfeler bedroom house. Cement basement.]me ,erK o.Lsam ourr ner sinai Re'l,r= A ,.n..:-., " ;nrl vnrd q.ltnhl wnrlnn rnllnl =parr one pension for dlstrlbut on, asking  ...... ' "et"voil'";,,,l'loi osrvllhe Court to settle said Report, dlstrl.IAttrney tar Estate Parls'h 'WE 5-9316" ............ I bulB the property to the persons thereto 1035 Secur!t!es Building leatted and fo dlscharne sold Exec-qSeottle I, washlngfon S1--O"-WE/-EKL--?;--furnlshe---light hous'----- frlx; and that sold Relrt end petition' Final 7-7-'63 keeping room. Walk to fawn. Remod- will be heard on the 27th bay of June,( ..... KARR:-;ru'TLE,--CAMPBELL,--- eled. Parking. 1412 Bellevue Ave. l1963,.of 9:30 a.m. at the Court Room of I KOCH & GRANBERG tne Probate Department of so d Court, of sold Court, together with proof of WAlK TO PlUS X such service within six months offer the 3 year old 3 bedroom rambler Patio. date of first publicaHon of this notice, fenced yard. Large garage. Buy my or the same will be barred, equity; Navy transfer. Call PR 8-6701. Date uf first publication June 7, 1963. ! LLOYD ELLER, : 973. II II I  FURNITURE Executor at sold Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building. Seattle, Washington Final 6-21-63. MA 3-9177. Attorneys for Estate, 4 BEDROOMS, 1Vz baths. Large yard. 'at which time and place any person 1210-1411 4th Ave Bldg. Interested In said Estate may appear and Seattle, Wash. Basement. Unfurnished. Near Renton. file oblectlons thereto and contest the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE S150 month. PA 5-6160 some PENSIONERS: Quiet, clean, cheerful Dated this 21st day of May, 1963. J State of Washington for the County at King. housekeeping rooms. Bus line. MA 3.1 Date of first publication, May 31, 1963. In the Matter of the Estate of CHAR- KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN NORMAN R. RIDDELL, I I LOTTE M. HAUPTMANN, Deceased. Attorneys for Estnte Clerk of sold Court. 1 In Probate. No. 169135. Notice of Hear- SBS Arctic Bulldlng By R. $. HOFEDITZ, Ing Final Report ond Petition for Dis- Deputy frlbutlon. CORBETT, $1DERIUS Notice Is hereby given that Mary Per- & LONERGAN, ! rest, admlnistrotrlx of 1he Estate of Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free Attorneys for Estate, iCharlolte M. Hauptmann, Deceased, has In the Matter at the Estate af TaRA E delivery", Credit. 847 Logan Building, ' If ed n the offce of the Clerk of sold SPARLING, Deceased. No. 171837. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE Seattle, Wash.  Court her final, Report end petition for Notice fo Creditors. ; TU 5-1378 Redmond Final publication June 14, 1963. !distr bution, asking the Court 1o settle Notice is hereby given thai" the under- GREETING CARDS ,b-m-A--, O/-S=ON & CAM-PBEL'-L--Isdid Report, dislrlbute the property fo signed has been appointed and has qual- Attorneys I the eprsons thereto entitled and to dis- Itled as Executor of the above entitled BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS 1212 Olympic National Life Building i charge sold Mary Perrett, admlnistrotrlx estate; that oll persons having claims CATHOLIC CARDS--V PRICE S(mffle, Wash. and that said Report and petition will against sold deceased are hereby re- LA 2.4671 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE be heard on the 27th bay of June, 1963, qulred fo serve the same, duly verified,  State at Washington for the County of at 10:00 A.M. at the Court Room of the on sold THOMAS E. SPARLING or his HELP WANTED "" King Probale Department of said Court, at attorneys of record at the address below In 1he Matter at the Estate of MARY lwhlch time and place any person In, stated, end file the same with the Clerk CATHERINE O'FARRELL, Deceased. lferested in said Estate may appear and of sold Court, together with proof of such WANTED IMMEDIATELY. In Probate. No 171838. Notice to,file ob;,;ctlons thereto end contest the service, within six month after the date Housekeeper, soulhwest Washington Rec- Creditors. Isome. of first publication of this notice or the tory. One priest. One hour from Port- Notice Is hereby given that the under-: Dated this 24th day of May, 1963. same will be barred, land on railroad, 2 bus lines Nice |Iv- signed has been appointed and has quail, i Dote of first publication , 19 .... Date of first publication June 7, 1963, Ing quarters. Non smoker. Apply by fled as Executor of the estate of Mary, NORMAN R RIDDELL THOMAS E. SPARLING, letter only. Give names of references. Catherine O'Farrell Deceased fhaf all l Clerk of said Court Executor of said Estate, No telephone application onsidered. persons having claims against sold de.I R.S. HOFEDITZ 505 Arctic Building, Reply fo Progress Box 'R' ceased are hereby 'regutred to serve the! Deputy Seattle, Washington JANITOR fo Hve in. Heeds Hcense No. same duly verified, on snld Executor or lKARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, 4 or 5 to operate furnaces. For Coth. Its attorneys of record at the address I GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate, ollc Church. Reply to Box "M", The below stated, and file the same with the!Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Clerk of said Court, together with proof L1210. 1411 4th Ave. Bldg. Seattle, Washington Progress.  of such service within six months after Final 6-21-63 -- Seatf!e, Wash. 6 14.63 LOST AND FOUND the aote of :lrst publication of this no- McMAHON & WEBSTER lice, or the some will be barred, c-AIo,-Z--& -CHAPM-AN- : Afforneys for EState YELLOW Bulky Knit Sweater at grodu- Date of first publication May 24, 1963. Attorneys for Estate 500 John Sfreaf * orion exercises at Civic Arena Call SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK I 1415 Joseph Vance Building Seattle; Wash. 5U 2-0859. Executor at so|d Estate. I Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I Main Office, Seattle, Wash. I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. MISC. FOR SALE MORIARTY, OLSON & CAMPBELL State of Washington for the County of tn the Matter of the Estate of PAUL I Attorneys Ior Estate, King. MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS 1212 Olympic National LIte Building In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES FRANCIS MclNERNEY, Deceased. In Poor Peoples Prices Seallle, Wash. SARSFIELD, Deceased. In Probate. No. Probate. NO. 171751, Notice to Creditors. new and used steel and pipe. Final 6-7.'/,31 171836. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under-I U. S. P'IPE AND STEEL COMPANY :--: - -I Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quoll-I " 7000 South Ellis JOSEPH A HOLLEMAN signed has been appointed and has quell- fled as Administrator of the estate of i PA 5-8100 Affornoy Iliad as Admlnistrolor of the estate of PAUL FRANCIS McINERNEY, Deceased; I lg& securities Bulldln JAMES EAR F g  S IELD, Deceased; that all that all persons having claims agalnst LOW PRICED ' Seatne !, Washington persons having dOlEs against sold de. sold deceased are here[oy, required to i Adding Machines. Typewriters, File Cab- SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON F ceased are hereby required to serve the serve the some duly verltled, on said i Inets. Service also. for King County J same, duly verified, on said admlnlstra- Administrator or his attorneys of record t ALL OFFICE EQUIPMENT Estate of HANNAH CARSON, Deceasod.tor or his attorneys of record at the at the address below state, and file the EM 2.6326 No. 171640 Notice to Creditors address below stated, and file the same some wilh the Clerk of sold Court, to-i " UPRIGHT GRAND PIANO All persons having claims against said I with the Clerk of said Court, together gether witS)proof of such service within t Excellent condition, estate must serve same on undersigned with proof of such service within six six months after the date of first publl- $175. LA 4-2359 appointed and qualified Administrator months after the date of first publication cation of this notice, or the same will be I III with will annexed of estate or Its attor-}of this notice, or the same will be barred, i barred, i L NURSING HOME ' hey of record at address below and file Date of frst publication June 7, 1963 Date of first pub caton June 7, 1963 ! same with court clerk with proof of JOHN A. PELUSO, E.R. McMAHON, ! STUBBINGS NURSING HOME service within six months after May 24,[ Admlnislrator of said Estate, I Administrator of sold Estate, ! "Colholle operated" t963, being first publication dote.  410 Morion Street, 1708 N.E. 62rid, ' i Private cases only LEIF A. HOLT Seattle, Wash. Seattle 15, Washington i State Lic. No. 69 , Administrator with will annexed '1CARTANO, BOTZER & CHAPMAN, WALTER E WEBSTER, Jr. ! 1732-161h Ave EA. 3-6Ot, l li JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN By: Robert A. O'Neill 'at McMAHON & WEBSTER, Attorney for Estate Attorney for Estate, Attorneys for Estate, ISSAQUAH VILLA 11035 Securities Building * 1415 Joseph Vance Building 500 John Street, Catholic Operated. Class 1 Seattle 1, Washington !Seattlo. Wash. I Seattle, Wash. LIc. No. 475 -- Ex, 2-5351 (no toll) l Final 6-7-'63' Final 6-21-63. Final 6-21-63. " r BIRTHS i BELLINGHAM--St, Joseph General Hospital reports the following births I to Mr. and Mrs.: John Whittaker, girl, MaY 28. i Victor Van Zonten, boy, May 29. John Chrlstenson, boy, May 30 i Vern Swanson, boy, May 31. Seattlo, Washlngton i John Dobhner, girl, June 1. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE EVERETTProvidence Hospital re* State of Washington for the County I ports the following births fo Mr. and of King. Mrs.: Edward Landert, girl May 22. Eldon Baekes, girl, May 22. Paul Martinis, girl, MaY 24. Ronald Moron, girl May 25 Lee Hastings, girt, May 29. Ronald McDonald, girl, Moy 30 DovId Hansen, boy, MaY 3t. David Llndenfelser, boy, May 31 Francis Garske, girl, May 31. Fron Verfalllle;, boy, June 1. LONGVlEW--St. John Hospital re* ports the following blrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Charles Long, boy. June 1, Dean Botlmer, boy, June 2. Harry WIIcock, girl, June 3. SEATTLE--St Frances Cabrinl Hes- plfal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Krlsologo, boy, May 18. Rnlph Everett Jr., girl, May 20. John Douglas Hughes, girl, MaY 2t. GeOrge Pepper, girl, May 22. James Smith, girl, May 24. Earl Wilson, boy, May 25. Joe Ramos, girl, MaY 25. John Chne, girl, May 27. Jome Matthews, girl, May 27. Malcolm MacCormoc, glrl, May 27. Patrick McCllnn, boy, May 29. John Malgorlni, boy, May 29 Lucas Runes, girl, May 29. Joachim Erdmann, girl, May 31 Robert Noyes, boy, June I. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital re* ports the following Plrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Francis Hellman, girl, May 27. Michael HickeY, boy, May 27. Thomas Barrett, boy, May 27 Lemuel Smith, boy, May 27. Erwin Ziellnskl, boy, May 27. John Hogan, boy, May 27. James Dare, girt, May 27 Wi!llom Adklsson, boy, May 28. Frank Ahern, boy, May 29. John Love, girl, May 29. Francis Cline, girl, May 29. Harold Jacobsen, girl, May 30. Elmer Skogen, boy, May 30. John Lee Jr., boy, May 30. Gilbert Whyte St., boy, May 31 John Costollo, boy, MaY 31. ', Denton Sherry, girl, May 31. Lawrence Hardy, boy, June 1. Peter Giacobozzl, girl, June 1. i Joseph Hahn, twin boys, June 1. I John Schubert, boy, June 2 1715 E. Marion St, died - May 30. / / # Requiem June 3 Church of the Im- maculale. Burial Holyrood. Born In Grand, La. Come here 10 years ago. Member of Immaculate Alter Society, Third Order of St. Fronols and the Legion of Mary. Survivors: da0ghfer, Mrs. Lourina Motthews, Seattle; son, MOSC.ETTO, Mnrcu,,., 5318 t2th Tacoma . Ave. S., died June 1. Requiem June ' 5 St. George Church. Entombment CUNNINGHAM, Mrs. Hugh (Hannah Holyrood. Born In Italy. Came here n 1907. Owned and operated a grocery store for 25 years. Survivors: wife, Irma; son, Marcus Moschetto, Jr., Seattle; daughters, Mrs: Alice Nor- man and Mrs. Hazel Zuvela, both of Seattle, end Mrs. Virginia Williams, Panama; brothers, Anthony Moschetto, Seattle, 11 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Georgetown Fu- neral Home. MEYERS, Michael F., 21, 1830 7th Ave. W., died June 2 when hls motor. cycle went out of control. Requiem June 5 St Anne Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born in Seattle. Attended St. Anne, O'Dea and Queen Anne High Schools. He was o mechanic. Surviv- ors: parents, Mr. and Mrs Harry F. Meyers; brothers, Arthur, John, Joseph and Laurence Myers; sisters, Misses $3, 78, 481g S. Wllkeson St., died May 30. Requiem June 4 SaBred Heart Church. Burial Calvary Born In Eng- land. Lived here 40 years. Survlves: two sons, William, Vashon Island, and Vernon, Cai'mel, Ca|if.; a doOglOer, Mrs. WInnie Enloe, Mount Shasta, Calif.; eight grandchildren and 9no great-grandchild Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. ? HOLLAND, Mrs. Joseph (Zilda pe- Marls), 51, 927 E. 52rid St., died Jlne 3. Requiem June 6 Sacred H,art Church. Burial Calvery. Born In Mon- tana, Lived here since 191S. Graduate of Aquinas Academy. Survivors: hus- band' son, Frederick of Reno, Nov., mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Larkln, and stepfather, J J. Larkln, both of Seat fie; three brothers, Warren DeMarls; Lake Tahoe, Nev, Altred DeMorls, Longview, and Arthur DeMorls, Ar- lington, Tex.; half-sister, Mrs. Fred Kafhleen, Mary, Eva, Monlca nnd Pecoro, Butte, Mont. Goftney Funeral Rosetta Myers, all of Seattle; grand- Home, mother, Mrs. John M. Sherman of ' Seattle, and grandfather, Jacob E. Myers, Sr., of Seattle. Booth-Ashmore Funeral Home. PETERSON, Mrs. Alice, ,120 Boron Ave., died May 27. Requiem June 5 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Eurlal Coivary. Born In Oelwlno, Iowa. Came here in t908. Retired as o teacher af Coleman School In t949 offer a 4S-year teaching career in Washington. Was o member of Third Order at St. Francis, Legion at Mary and Retired Teachers Association. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. A. W. Mac- Isaac and Mrs.- W. I.-McLefland, both Seattle; stepdaughters, Mrs Verna Shellon n3d Mrs. Audrey KInoald, both Eureka, Calif.; Miss LIIllan Pe- terson, Oregon; Mrs. Sarah Courtney, Malaga (Chelan County). John Kalin Funeral. Home. Joseph Adair, Seattle; brothers, Clar- ence Marks, California, Joseph and' , SHORROCK, A. Vlncent, 55, 3700 E. Norris, Texas; sisters, Mrs. Virginia High Lane, died June 2 Requiem Banks, Mrs. Hazel JImerson, Mrs June S St. TereSa Church. Burial Augustine ArnerlJn, Mrs. Cora Hollo- Holyrood Born In Seattle. Was grad- way, Mrs. Dorolhy McNally, all of bated from the University of Washing- California, and four grandchildren, fan. Also attended Georgetown Unl- Booth-Ashmore Funeral Home. versity Law School. Lived In Santo Rosa and Crescent Clty, Calif. until five years ago. Survlvors: wife, Bar- bara; daughter, Barbara Antoinette Shorroek, both of Seattle, and brother, H Vlctor Shorrock of Sonoma, Calif. Bonney.Wafson Funeral Home. DONAGHY, Frank M.' Sr., 78, 6236 34th Ave. NE., died May 29. Requiem June 1 Holy Family Church. Burial Calvary, Born In Belfast, Ireland, Came here in 1917. Was a former member of the Knights of Columbus end of the Holy Name Society of Ho- ly Family Church. Retired as foreman for the U. S. Plywood Corp. ]n 1958 Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Richard Raob, Seattle; son, Frank, Jr, Seat- tle; six grandchildren. Bonney.Wotson Funeral Home. HEIDER, Mrs. Anna M., 3, 620 E. Denny Way, died June 1. Requiem June 4 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood Had been a Seattle resident for the past 57 years. S u r v l v o r s : brother, Albert A. Fagnanf, Seattle; and stssters, Mrs. William Imloch, Se- attle, and Mrs. Cecella M. Ragsvale, Los Angeles. Manning end Sons Fu- nerni Home. ii i //o00er00 FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Cathali Famlliet For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 36th Seattle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner KIELY, John R., 1104 N. Steele St., died May 30. Requiem June 3 St. Pat- rick Church. Burial Calvary. Born: in Prince Edwards Island, Canada nd moved to Callfornla in 1902. Came" to Tacoma area In 1917. Worked for J; $. Kean Furniture Co. and Jordan Bok- Ing Co. Survivors: wife, Isobelle; three daughters. Sister Mary John, O.P., Monfreel, Canada, Mrs. William  A. Weber, Plttsburg, Pa., and Mrs. James P. Heoly, Tacoma; two sons, John R., Woodside Calif., and Paul D., Gar- den Grove, Calif,; sister. Mrs. Dorothy Smith, Riverside, Collf, and lS greEd- children. Goffney Funeral home. : QUlNN, Edgar O., 65, "2709 N. Start $I., died May 31. Requiem June 4 St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvqry. Born in Superior, Wis. Lived here since 1905. Recently retired as a dis- percher for Teamsters LoCal 313. ur, rivers: wife, Eva G; five daughters, Mrs. Potrlcta O'Brien, Mrs. Harriet Price and Mrs. Shirley Dashleit, all Of Tacoma, Mrs. Jean Mattaei, Anchor- age, Alaska, and Miss Shello QUInn, 1L.s Angeles; brother, Frank. Pwallup; grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. SHEPARDSON, Mrs Teresa E., 80, 6014 S. Montgomery St., died May 26. Requiem May 29 Visitation Church. Born in St, Louis, Me. Came here In 19o6 survivors: two sisters, Mre, Mae Fogarty, Bergenfield, N.J, and Mrs. P J. Conley, St. Louis. Mountain View Funeral Home. John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Heart o t the Medicl Center i Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home PAUL L MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. 11th, Vancouver OX. 4-2537 II I