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1 BUY WITH THEM P ROG R lSS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Cents Per Line -:- -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:. .:. CLASSIFIED RATE: r 30 PER LINE Farms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED r 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE : , ,, - , , , , ., HOMES FOR SALE INSIDE CITY LAKE CITY I BRICK $450 DOWN 2 BEDROOMS 2 FIREPLACES CORNER LOT $14,950 HERE IS A HARD TO FIND ALL BRICK HOME, In close in location. Brand new ranch kitchen. Bring your point brush and make yourself $1,000 before FHA appraisal. Large recrea- lion room In full basement with fire- place. Large detached garage wlth workshlp. Call EM 4-1110 on Ad No. 1-1212. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM 4-1180 WALK TO IST. LUKE'S 7 ON I RAMBLER $18,5oo PHONE: MA 2-8880--Local 21 BAT S the city's finer, Northeast districts Custom built for the owner, all one floor, with many unusual features -- charming fireplace, pegged oak floors -- spacious, but for a family of two or three, this is f,uly designed for leisure luxury. MUST SEE! $19,750. Mutual Realty, Inc., 4728 University Way. Coil LA 4-2500 on AD 23. 4-BDRM. CHRIST THE KING BLESSED SACRAMENT 4 BEDROOMS In excellent locotJnn near school, stores and city bus. This one owner home has gleaming hardwood floors. Large bedrooms and loads of closets. Formal dining room, large kitchen with break- fast area, full basement with large level lot. $15,500 minimum FHA terms. Coil LA 5-4343 NOW on ad No. 217. Benton's Realty, Inc., 6717 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 5-4343 ST JOSEPH'S 11.Yr. old family home in top condition, within walking distance of Christ the $2l 950 King Spacious living room with 10' I stone frplc,, w-w carpeting, modern Y kit., with more than enough cabinets, QUAL T FAMILY HOME. Lovely on-1 plus eating space. Main floor utilities. Iry hall, open stairway, 5 large bed-! Extra large garage with storage. Big rooms, 2t baths. 30x17 living reom. I fenced, level lot, ideal for children. 16x16 dining room. Beautiful new ranch I Owner will sell on easy FHA forms, kitchen, main floor utility room. 2 car I Asking $16,950. I garage. Excellent location. LOYAL REALTY O'NEILL & SEIDELHUBER I 1725-24th NW SU 3-1300 sTLA LUKE's5"S702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. VACANT NEW & USED CARS & TRUCKS ask for DAN WALTON CH 4..$440 (res.) WE 7-5130 savings guaranteed kLAN GREEN CHEVROLET 14400 1st Ave. South (100 thousand mile guarantee) PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S i CARPET WORK JT q  3 BDRM. 1'/2 BATH RUG AND UPHOLSTERY FHA Appraised af $20,750. We will make CLEANING you the owner for a total of =1,200 in- in your home. cluding closing costs. Ask for Mrs. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 3 BIG BEDROOMS Sawyer, AT 3-8857. LANDSCAPED AT 4.5500 AVERBECK ' ":" ' ' ' ....... 17X20 FAMILY ROOM , F'l:,YF2Tdr.,i RLTY. CL|AN|RS SERVICIID Plne Panelled--Beamed Ceiling J  LOWER VIEW RIDGE I LOG-SIZE FIREPLACE I YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED S3.S0 I STORM W,NnnW I Tom McEIroy LA 2-4671 SAVE bfi-{@i ASSUMPTION  I . ..... . . I DRAPES--RANGE I BETTER THAN NEW. Custom built, 4 i r,u.nA.VlMR. Quick possession 1 BLOCKcanTObeBUShad for I range in spacious kitchen. Paneled rec- ...--...,..,-.- mtn=.l bedrooms, 2 baths, built in oven and I reaflon room, 2nd fireplace In full day- BIR P IRIN n w r oft, mum down and price reduction f0rl __ ROOF RE A O, e Q 0 I light basement, $22,250. FHA appraised, j tters and downspouts, Asbestos and %. down. . l;emleiltten siding. Free estimates, raptoln E.8V  Van .Gohren, U.S.A.F. Call LA 3-5555. Gmlrenteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. . Daylon No. Craw{ord & Conover, Inc. Washingtan's Oldest Real Estate Firm I 8040 35th N.E. LA 3-5555 I 2424 MAGNOLIA BLVD. Want lots of I space? Want beautiful view of Sound, I shipping & Mts? Like the Idea of 5] bedrooms & 3 baths? Interested in argo Living & Dining rooms? All at ST. BERNADETTE'S 3 BEDROOMS POSSIBLE 5 BDRMS DAYLITE LOWER LEVEL EA. 44411 040 Poplar Placl HIENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete IT ONLY LOOKS $950 DOWN remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 i j r.,,. J. ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS WESTSIDE ELECTRIC INC. WE 2-0354 . . .-WE 7-3776 ustrlal and house wiring. "Electric eating our specialty." Serving West Seattle. Ad E. Lindbarg, Owner. i [ , , FOODENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen 9436 16th Avo. S.W. WE. 5-1480 PaR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL EXPENSIVE Not $19,000 but the low, low price oil $12,950. Architectural classic lines. Rlch J looking hand.split shake roof. Attached I garage Persona Ity grounds. Spacious I 'rooms. Fireplace. (St. Mark's Parish).J Paved streets, sidewalks, sewers in and paid. LA 5-611b BEST'S, INC. YOU NAME IT ' $i8,750 IMMACULATE RAMBLER ONLY 31 YEARS OLD. Features: delightful liv. ing room with sandstone fireplace -- cheerful dining room -- charming red birch kitchen with red birch cabinets --built in range and oven and eating space. 3 spacious bedrooms up -- daylight lower level, Is nearly all fin- ished Into family fun room with fire- place, 2 more livable bedrooms with halt bath -- convenient location on quiet street. Walking distance to CaSh- WE HAVE IT ollc and Public schools. Listings In th!s area are quick sellers. Hurryl Our BEST COMMUNITY EAST OF exclusive. Call CH 3-1550. LAKE WASHINGTON SOUTH END BROKERS, INC. Two blocks tram St. Louise, Church and111036 1st Ave. SO. CH 3-1550 school. Close to good local shopping,, 10 minutes from Bellevue Square. Curbs, t ASSUM PTION paved streets, sewers, water, street ]NEAR N.E. 65TH & 31ST AVE. N.E. lights. Local bus service to Seattle. Ideal Family neighborhood. One year old BSMT.--3RD BDRM. Trl-level, 1800 square feet. Clean, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, finished daylight basement, two fireplaces, double car- part, landscaped. Any reasonable offer. SH. 6-9666. CAPITOL HILL $,00 DN 6 ROOM HOME. Living room, dining Birch kitchen In this spacious S room home. 12x13V2 dining room. Fireplace. Cab. AC oil furnace. Basement. Guest bedroom. FHA appraised, S14,500. Owner has bought. See tadayl Call SU 2-3737. ST. JOHN'S NEAR N.W. 00TH & 10TH AVE. N.W. a budget price? Here It is all rolted up into oriel Tom Davies AT 2-3336. Blanche Opperman REALTOR "MAGNOLIA'S PIONEER OFFICE" 3312 West McGraw AT 3-3604 DUTCH COLONIAL MT. VIRGIN OR ST. MARY'S Available for Immediate possession, located on a corner lot with fenced backyard. All improvements In. Spa- claus, traffic free living room, formal dining room, large kitchen, l'h baths, hot water heat, 4 bedrooms second floor. The home for the large family. S16,900. Owner has built next door. Eves. PA 3-9789. ED EDWARDS, at ST. EDWARDS, Broker Genesee, Inc. 3604 S. Genesee, PA 24050 I BLOCK T(3 ST. JAMES JJ!er new management. Redecorated. nan, warm rooms. Pensioners wel- me. S40 month up. ; 823 Madison -- MA 3-4174. LADLES ONLY Attractive First Hill apartment or house- IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVILOPMNT { Finished homes ready to move Ihto now. VISIt the furnished show houses. Open Dady. 10 o.m. 'ttl 9 at night. Coil SH 6,0221, Prestige Homes, Inc. QUEEN ANNE BIGELOW LOCATION 4 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS SOME VIEW; S24,S00 CALL MR. GARRISON--AT 2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 11112 Boston AT 3-5511 DES MDINES AREA LARGE RAMBLER Daylight basement. All appliances. Fin- Ished basemc]t. View. 1 block St. Philomcna church and schools. TR8- 2958. ST. JOSEPH'S blocks to bus line. 2 bedroom home. Eosament, fireplace, carport, FHA op. praised. EA. '4-7273. Hb-e--b-ul[I lease =tore. St. Alphonsus. Low nanthly paymt, on contract. Forenoon, AT 3-3620. close to Christ the King. EM. 3-5072. _ Requiem Offered For Zasu Piffs LOS ANGELES (NC)--Re- quiem Mass was offered here for Mrs. Zazu Pitts Woodall, movie comedienne. She is survived by her hus- band John; a daughter, Mrs. John Reynolds, and $ son, Don- ald M. Gallery. TheMass was offered June 11 in the chapel of Holy Cross Mausoleum. To Direct African Center Dr. Herbert D. ReEs, dean of Seattle University's School of Education, has been granted a two-year leave of absence to direct an administrative train- ing program in Nigeria for the Ford Foundation. The Very Rev. A. A. Lemieux, S.J., University p r e s i d e n t, named Dr. Winfield S. Fountain, associate professor of school administration, acting dean. Dean Reas will leave for Ka- duna, the capital of Nigeria's northern region, in August ac- companied by his wife and two children. i LEGAL NOTICES JEROME L. JAGER, Attorney 1010 Lagan Building keeping rooms, starting at $7 per week. room. Large kitchen. 3 bedrooms, 1210 Morion Street (across from Swe- fireplace, tull basement, garage, beouti- dish Hospllal). ful Yard. ] block to Volunteer Park. Only $13,300. FHA appraised. Coil ST. BENEDICT'S Mary" Brocelin EA 3-8717. "Spacious, newly decorated 1 bedroom CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. furnished apartment. Heated. Brick 1550 Olive Way EA S.0700 building. Bus. Stores. $90. ME. 3-4078. ,. -C--OC-N----- Vl EW PROPERTY lrge one bedroom furnished abartment, I ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH lnd 21/= room furnished apartment. Close i FHA APPRAISED. Low down payment. 'Vto Immoculoto Church, hospital, shop-I Hot water heat. 5 bedrooms, double ping center and bus line. EA. 5-4337. plumbing. $17,500. Coil Mrs. McCutchen. NEAR ST. JOHN'S McCUTCHEN REALTY 3 bedroom house. Electric range, re-EA 2-5611 or MA 4-2377 frlgerotar, draperies and rugs. Available July 1St. 5U. 4-7121. I MAGNOLIA VIEW ROOMS and both, furnished apodment',J4 Large bedrooms, 3 main floor. 2 baths. near St. Anthony's Church in Kent. View of Sound and Olympics. 3 blocks Lowell Apts. Phone UI. 2-6418. to Our Lady of Fatima, Jr. HI and : shopping. Separate dining room. Fam- Ily eating area in all mahogany kltch- $175 per month, Included heat and an, dishwasher. Drapes, appliances, ' utilities. Close in Ballard. SU. 3-2412. wail to wall carpeting in living, dlnlngt hails. Recreation room with bar. 41h / bedroom lower level. Extra large Patio. $27,500. 2820 30th West. 4 BDRMS. F.H.A. $16,000 Owner recently installed newest alumi- num siding which will end your pres- ent worries. Exceptionally pleasant and roomy living and dining room with fireplace. 2 bedrooms on main floor and 2 up. Full basement. A deeper lot ideal for children. For appointment call SU 2-3737. RAY B. WALKER, RLTRS. 7514 15th Ave. N.W. PANORAMIC VIEW, 2-bedroom home, basement, automatic furnace, fireplace, W.W carpet, choice West Seattle lo- cation, near public and parochial schools, shopping, busses, Holy Ros- ary Church, W. S. Junction. Separate house used as 3rd bedroom, nice yard. Appointment, WE 5-2335. Very clean 3 bedroom home on nice lot. ST. MATTHEW'S--NEW ' Seaffle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE QUALITY BUILT. 3 bedrooms. 2 full I State of Washington for the county of baths plus full basement with 4th bed. King room, recreation room and 3rd bath. In the Molter of the Estate of IDA Ready to finish, Lovely dead end CATHERINE KAPETAN, Deceased. In street. Walking distance to school and Probate. No. 171613. Notice to Cred- bus. $24,500. FHA terms, or will take Itors. Your home In trade. Notice Is hereby given that the un- O'NEILL & SEIDELHUBER terslgnad has been appointed and has LA 5.5702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. qualified as Admlnlstratrlx of the estate --'N---R OUR--'DAT--'A----J of Ida Cothorlne Kapetan, Deceased; that ............ all persons having claims against laid 3 bedrooms plus daylight recreation room idec s " " =- ' " " " ' with separate bath On bus Large. ea e are .ereuy redu.re= o .erve carport Low down 'contr,e u;tk  L the same duly verified, on said Admln- -r ^, "n,.= --'--i.^.'" ."" ;'"l Istratrlx or her attorney of record at e ........... mur.wve. ls| .,.an the .mnnn '.,, ^-r..-, ., J address below stated, and file the  eve,,ngs "' '  .... "''" " same with the Clerk of said Coud, to- gether with proof of such service within I six months after the date of first publl- collon of this notice, or the same will be LEGAL NOTICES barred. KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Eastslda. Open Friday evening. "Free deliverY", Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-13711 Redmond E : GREETING CARDS "BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISSI 3 bedroom rambler, fireplace, Rec. room. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE ONLY 3 BLOCKS TO CHURCH AND SCHOOL Circular floor plan. Large kitchen. Com- pletely finished basement. S18,950. 2754 N.E. 88th. LA. 3-1842. OWNER MUST SELL QUICKLY Any reasonable offer accepted. 5 Bed. rooms, triple plumbing, within 3 blocks CATHOLIC CARDS--V:= PRICE LA 2-4671  HELP WANTE A" I' LY. per, southwest Washington Rec- tory. One priest. One hour from Port- land on railroad. 2 bus lines. Nice liv- Ing quarters. Non smoker. Apply by letter only. Give names of references. Ne telephone application considered. Reply to Progress Box 'R'. JANITOR 1o live in. Needs license No. 4 or S to operate furnaces. For Cath- olic Church. Reply to Box "M", The Progress. COMPANION to elderly lady, light house- work. Room, beard and compensation. ur Lady of tho Lake parish area. hone LA. 3-7718 after 6 p.m. Separate carport and work shop. Large of St. John's, bus and shopping, asking lot. FHA appraised. By owner. CH 3-0656. $13,500. Vacant, EM 4-0677 or LA 2-3725. BY OWNER SPACIOUS HOUSE NEAR SEATTLE PREP. 5 bedrooms, 3V baths. Level Carlton Park. Clean 4 bedroom home. lot. 'Large living dining room and Finished rec. room with fireplace. Level kitchen areas. Two ear garage. Call lot. Covered batlo. Close to Our Lady evenings: EA 3-3325. of Fatima Parish. Immediate occupancy. I Reasonably priced. Coil AT. 3-2446. OUR LADY OF FATIMA i Larpe year around beach house. 3 bed- rooms. 180 degree view. AT. 2-8586. i TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVlCEI FENDRICH RADIO & TV I LEGAL NOTICES "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 I I . WANTED TO RENT PRIEST'S HOUSEKEEPER wants a com- pletely furnished small coltage, good I neighborhood. Walking distance church, I stores, buses, for July, August. Augusta l Sibrel; 1427 6th Street; Alameda, Call.  torn o. t BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY By Robad H. Lomb I Attorneys for Estate 1407 Alaska Building Saattla, Wash. iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County af King. In the Matter of the Estato of VIVIAN e U. S. PIPE AND STEEL COMPANY 7000 South Ellis PA 5-8100 i i , NURSING HOME i INSTRUCTION PREP summer Latin Inslilute. Remedial & Academic Credit. High school Latin / & French. Cell Gi. 4-4813. t , , j Attorney for Estate MISC. FOR SALE 9ts Joseph Vance Bldg. Saatlle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OR THE MR.Poor & MRS.PeoplesSTEELprlcesUSERS State of Washington for the County new and used steal.and pipe. of King. In the matter of the estate of THOMAS PATRICK O'BRIEN, Deceased. In pro- bate. No. 163638. Notice of hearing final report and petition for distribution. Notice is hereby given that Kathleen O'Brien, odmlnistratrix of the "Estate of Thomas Patrick O'Brien has filed in the STUBBINGS NURSING HOME office of the Clerk of said Coud her final "Cathnllc operated" Report and pntltlon for distribution, asking Private cases only. the Coud to settle said Repod, distribute State LIc. No. 69 the property to the persons theresa an. 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 titled and to discharge said admlnlstratrlx; ISSAQUAH VILLA and that said Repod and petition will be Catholic Operated. Class 1 heard on the 26 bay of July, 1963, at t.l; No. 475- Ex. 2-5351 (no tort)" 9:30 o.m. at the Court Room of the i I Probate Department of sald Court, at which time and place any person intar- PlRSoNAL esled in said Estate may appear and file obJectinns thereto and contestthn same. rFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par. Doted this 19th day of June, 1963. urgently requested tar new born Date of firlt publication June 215t, 1963. babies. Also summer placements tar NORMAN R, RIDDELL, school ago children. Clerk of Sold Court. Catholic Children's Services ALEXANDER L. CAIN, 1310 No. I Streld Attorney for Estate, Tacoma 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Breadww 2-9359 Seattla, Wash. FINAL 7-5-63  DARRELL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 167928. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that William F. LEGAL NOTICES Hennessey Administrator of the Estale of Vivlan Darrell, Deceased, has filed In the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, ALEXANDER L. CAIN ask ng the Courl to sett e sad Repod, distribute the property to the persons 1hereto entitled and to dlschnrgo said William F. Hennessey and exonerate his bond, and that said Repod and Peti- tion will be heard n the 23rd day ef July, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Coud Room of the Probate Deportment of said Court, at which time and place any per- son Inlerested in said Estate may appear and file obledlns thereta and contest the some. Dated this 17th day of June, t963. Date of first pubhcatlon, June 21, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL Clerk of said Coud By H. W. POTTER BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY By Robe'd H. Lomb AflorneYS for Estate, 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Wash. Final 7-5-63 McMAHON & WEBSTER Attornays for lstata $00 John Strnt Seatlle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter af the Estate of PAUL FRANCIS MclNERNEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171751. Notice to Creditors. Not;,:e is hereby given that the under- FOSTER HOMES NEEDED We have nn urgent need for temporary foster homes for Infants as well es older children. Board rate, medical care clothing are provided by the agency. are Interested, please coll. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES PLUMIIRS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3.6850 rr, J POSITIONS WANTED JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Attorney for Estate , 10,15 Securities Building NAELE young '. 'res sum. iSeattle 1, Washington met Ombloyment. Call PA. 2.91. , slgned has been appointed and has quail- JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN J fled as Adm nlstrator of the estate of Attorney i PALIL CRANCIS MclNERNEY, Deceased; tlS..Securlties Bulld.lol tthat oll persons having claims against ........ enlr I, wasnmgton sold deceased are hereby required 1o our-=ru CuURT OF WASHINGTONserve the same duly varified, on sod FOR KING COUNTY t Administrator or his attorneys of record Estate of JAMES L. BEAUPIED, De.ia t the address below state, and file the ceased. No. 172074. Notice to Creditors. some with the Clerk at said Court lo- All persons having claims against said/gether with proof of such service within estate must serve same on undersigned' six, months alert the date of first publl- oppolnled and qualified administrator of I cation of this notice, or the same will be estate or its attorney of record at ad- barred. dress below and file same with court I Date of flrsl publ cat on June 7 1963, clerk with proof of service within slxl E.R. McMAHON, months after June 14, 1963, being first Administrator of said Estate publlcatlon dote. ! 1708 N.E. 62rid JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Seattle 15, Washinglon Administrator WALTER E. WEBSTER, Jr. of McMAHON & WEBSTER, Attorneys for Estate, John Street, Scott e, Wash, Fltli 64111.63' Final 6-21-63. Attorneys for Estate $05 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 1 State of Washington for the County of King. In 1he Matter of the Estate of EMERY S. ELLER, Deceased. In Probate No. 171903. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qual- Ified as executor of the estate of EMERY S. ELLER, Deceased; that atl persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on sold LLOYD ELLER or his l attorneys of record at the address below l stated, and file the some with the Clerk of sald Coud, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date uf first publication June 7, 1963. LLOYD ELLER, Executor of enid Estate, 505 Arctic Bulldlng, Seattle, Washington KELLEY & OSULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington Final 6-21-63. KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys for Estata 805 Ati Bulldlng Seattle, Washlngtan IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stato of Washington for the County of King. .. In lhe Matter of the Esrate of TaRA E. SPARLING, Deceased. No. 17117. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that tha under- ;signed has been appelntnd and has quol- If led al Executor of the above entltlod ;estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same, duly verified, on said THOMAS E. SPARLING or his attorneys of record at the address below =toted, and file the same with the Clerk af eald Coud, together with prOof of such sarvIce, within six month after the dote at first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication June 7, 1963. THOMAS E. SPARLING, Executor of said Estate 505 Arctic Building, ! Seattla, Washington KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, AHornays tnr Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Ssattle, Washington Final 6-21-63. CARTANO, BOTZER & CHAPMAN Attorneys for Estate 1415 Joseph Vance Eulldlnl Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of 1ha Estnta of JAMES SARSFIELD, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171036. Notice to CreditorS. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Administrator ot the estate of JAMES SARSFIELD, Deceased; that all persons having claims against sold de. ceased oro hereby requIrad to serve the same, duly verified, on said admlnlstra. tar or his attorneys of record at tho address below stated, and ilia 1he same with the Clerk of said Coud, together with proof of such service within ,six months after the date of first publication of 1his notice, or the same will bo barred, Dote of first publlcotlon June 7, 1963. JOHN A. PELUSO, Admlnlstrotar of said Estate, 410 Marion Streeh Seattle, Wash. CARTANO, BOTZER & CHAPMAN, By: Robed A. O'Neill Attorney for Estato, 1415 Joseph Vance EuIIdlng Seqffll, Wash, Final &21 -&IL Date of first publication 6-21, 1963. /s/ AILLENE KOLODZIEJ Admlnistratrlx of said Estate. 7213 Sycamore Street /s/ JEROME L. JAGER Attorney for Estate, 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. Final 7-$-63 DARE, DUEUAR & DOR1 Attorneys Mr Estate, 1429 Washington Bulldlng, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of of King. in the matter oi the estate of MICHAEL STARIAK, Deceased. In probate No. 171589. Notice to cradltori. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- field as Administrator of |ha eetate of Michael Starlnk, Daceased; 1hat all per- sons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Administration or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Coud, together with proof of such sarvlce within six months after the date of first publication of thli noflcce, or the some will be barred. Date of first publication June 21st, 1963. PETER A. KREMENICH, Admlnlstratar of laid Estate. 1429 Washlngtan Building, Seattle, Wash. DARE, DUBUAR & DARE, Attorneys for Estate, 1429 Washington Building, :Seattle, Wash. FINAL 7-5-63 /s/ JEROME L. JAGER Attorney 1010 Logan Building Sattls, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TNB State ef Washlngton for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of NINA A. McGOWEN, Deceaied. In Probate. No. 171919. Notice to Creditors, Notice Is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the estate of NIna A. McGowen, Daceased; 1hot al )ersons having claims agatnst said de ceased are hereby required to serv( the same duly verified, on sold Ad mlnlstrntar or his attarney of record at the addross below stated, and tlla the same with tha Clerk of lld Coud, together with proof ef such servIcoi within six months offer tha date at first publication of thts notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication June 21, 1963. /s/ RICHARD N. McGOWEN Administrator of said Estate. 2102 N.E. 68th Avenue, Seattle, Wash. /s/ JEROME L. JAGER Attorney tar Estate, 1010 Logan BuIIdtng Seattle, Wash. ' MLONE & MBRIt Attornay for Estate 4741, Rainier Avenue South Seattle I, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King Cnunty. In the molter uf the Estate at ROBERT WILLIAM FISH, Doceosed. In Probate. No. 172201. Notice to credltars. The undersigned Is the appointed and qualified Executrix of the above-entitled Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased are required to serve some I in Memoriam Requiem Sung Friday, June 21, 1963 For Fr, Maher, ...... THE PP-,OCRE$$--7_ , ,. O the chErity 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. Patrick J. O'Donnell, died June 21, 1949. The Rev. Charles Claessens, died June 2, 1912. The Rev. Andrew MeGrath, died 3une 2|, 19S7. The Rev. Bernard Kornke, died June 23 1938. The Rev. John Francis Gib- boney, died June 24, 1958. Auburn CAVANAUGH, RIchard F., $4, 1431 E. Main $I., died June 18. Requiem June 20 Holy Fnmlly Church. Burial Auburn Cemetery. Bern In Tacoma. Ralsad In Auburn and lived in Walla Wolla and Spokane before returning here eight years ago. W0s an employee of the Boeing Ca. Member of the U. S. Coast Guard Auxiliary and the Viking Yacht Club. Survivors: wife, Eiva; daughters, Mrs. Fred Stevenson, Tacoma; PatrIcla Cavanaugh, HOyWOrd, Collt.; Mrs, Ron- da Brooke and Madalene and Cnndce Cavanaugh, all of Auburn; mother, Mrs. Prank Cavonaugh, Auburn; brother, Edward J., Port Angel0s; sister, Mrs. Dwight Coikh.s, Spokane; six grand- children. Price Funeral Home. L,brar,an SPOKANE -- Solemn requiem Mass was sung Monday in Mt. St. Michael's Novitiate here for Rev. Thomas F. Maher, S.J., 73, who died 3une 13. The pontifical requiem was sung by Rev. Joseph P. D0no- van, S. J. He was the novitiate's head librarian and served in that capacity and as a 'teacher at Gonzaga University. Father Mahev attended Dld Seattle College from 1902 to ]908. He entered the Jesuit No- vitiate at Los Gatos, Calif. July 16, 1911. After studying theology at Insbruck, A u s t r i a, Father Maher was ordained in Rom% July 2?, 1925. Assignments in- cluded posts at Gonzaga Uni- versity, 1928 to ]952; Kodiak, Bellingham LAWRENCE, Mrs, Madeline, 66, 3303 brother, Henry P. Maher; and a Marine Drive, died June 11. Requlnm niece, Mrs. Charlotte Mallory, June 15 St. Joachim Church. Burial Lummi Cemetery. Lived In Whatcom County all her life. Survivors: seven daughters, Mrs. Helen Hilloire, Mar- garet allan, Isabella McCluskeY,, Car- della James, Ireme James and Miss Hazel Lawrence, all of Whatcom Coun- ty and Mrs. Mary Johnson of Newark, Calif.; two sons, Frank and James Lawrence, both 1 f4 Marlefla; 30 grand- ch.ldren and great.grandchildren. Moles Funeral Home. Battle Ground MEYER, Dennis E., 78, died June 13. Requiem June 11 Sacred Head Church. Born In Battle Ground and had lived all his life In this area. Had been cus- tadlon of the Baffle Ground Schonl for many years. Survivors: brother, Thomas Mayor, Fresno, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Frank GIIshon, Redwood City, Calif., and Mrs. Robert Geenon, Portland. Black Diamond VALERIO, Mrs. Jahn F., (Clatllda), 71, died June 15. Requiem June 18 St. Barbara Church, Black Diamond. Burial Black Diamond. Born In Italy. Came to Black Diamond when she was 20 years old. Survivors: husband, John F. Vaterlo; daughter, Mrs. Phi- lamena Dzledzle, Maple Valley; sons, Mello, RIcco and Fred SIIvestrl, oll of Enumclaw, Joseph SIIvestri of Kent, ond Thomas SIIvestrl of Maple Valley; 12 grandchildren nnd eight great- grandchildre n . Camas MUELLER, Mrs. Anna Mary, 83, died June 15. Requiem June 19 St. Thomas Church. Burial Cameo Ceme- tery. Born In Tolling Rock, Mlnnesata, came here tn 1925. Member of St. Thomas Altar Society and the St. Thomas Catholic Aid Association of St. Paul, Minnesota. Was charier member of the Navy Mothers at Comas. Sur- vivors; husband, John; four sons, John H., Andrew M., Albert N,, all of Wash- gugal, and Felix M. of Comas; and five daughtars, Mrs. Gedrude Meyer of Portland Mrs. EIIsobeth Meyer of Granger, Wash., Mrs. Katherine Warren of Orchards, Mrs, Adelaide Daughedy of Comas and Mrs. Eleanor Hirsh of seattle; brothers; Albed Klrch, Phoenix, Ariz., and Henry Klrch of Kellogg, Minnesota; sisters, Mrs. Katherine Schnnk, Minnesota, and Mother Hya- sllh, O.S.F., Milwaukee, WIs.; 32 grand- children, 47 great.grandchlldren and one great.great-grandchild. Staller Funeral Home. Everett DUFF, Patrick J. (, 9516 Logan- berry Lane, died June 14. Requiem June 20 Immoculata Conception Church. Burial Cypress Lawn. Born in Phila- delphia. Came to Seoffie for a number of years, moving to Everett 11 years ago. Was a construction worker. Sur- vivors: wife, Vor n; slap*daughter Mrs. Phyllis Worrelh Indian River, Fig. step- sons, Arthur L. Barnett, Everoff, and Joseph A. Barnett, Fort Ellss, Texas; two sisters and a brother In Phila- delphia; and seven grandchildren. Purdy and Waiters Funeral Home. LaGRANDEUR, Fay, 70, 1323 Rocke- feller Ave., died June 13. Requiem June 111 Immaculate Conception Church. Burlol Evergreen. Cassldy Funeral Home. Requiem Said For Former Chile Consul Requiem Mass was said Monday in St. James Cathe. dral for Mrs. Celia Sampa- layo, former Chilean consul in Sesttle and who died ,Tune 13. Mrs. Sampelayo, 67, lived at 2815 Mountlake Blvd. E. She had succeeded ber husband, J0se, to the consul post in 1953 after he died while making a visit to his native land after 10 years as consul. Serving as consul until Janu- ary, Mrs. Sampelayo had also taught Spanish on an on.call basis for the Seattle Public Schools. B o r n in LaSerela, Chile, she moved with her bus- Gicj Harbor COSULICH, John A., 86, died June 15 St Nicholas Church. Born In Aus- tria. Came to Gig Harbor In 1923. Retired foreman for the former Sken- lie Shipbuilding co., where he was employed from 1911 to 1950. Survivors: wife, Marina; son, Anthony, Gig Har- bor; two daughters, Mrs. C. W. Bell, Gig Harbor, and Mrs. John Bonham, Seal Beach, Calif.; brother, Antone, San Pedro, Calif.; sister. Mrs. Chris- flna Loverich, Balnbrldge Is}and; four grandchildren. Parklns Funeral Home. Milton KETTER, Staphen Joseph, 77, 340 3rd Ave.,-died June 17. Requiem June 20 St. Martin of TOUrs Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Germany. Came here 57 years ago. Was a retired badender. Survivors: wife, Elizabeth; son, Frank, Gross Volley, Ore; brothers, Joseph, Tacoma, and Michael, Spokane; sister, Mrs. Jahanna Baker, Georgia; and three grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mortu- ary. Seattle EEAURBGARD, Arthur, 0, e413 491h Ave. $., died June 16. Requiem June 19 St. Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born tn Quebec. Came to the United States In 1895, moved to Centralia In 1912 nnd operated his own barbor shop there until he moved to Seattle In 1928. Managed various apartment buildings before retiring about five years ago. Survivors: son, Lean, Snaffle; two grandchildren and six gret.grnndchlldron. Columbia Funeral home. EECKER, Judith Ann, 19, 5102 S,W. Pritchard St., died June 16 in on automobile accident. Requiem June 18 Holy Rosary Church. Earn In Carroll, Inwo. Lived In Seattle four years, was graduated from West Seattle High School in 1962, and had been employed as a pad.time cashier at Sears, Rne- buck and Co. Survivors: parents, Mr. Alaska, and Port Townsend, band to Seattle 20 years ao. 1952 to 1955; and as head li- She was E member of thR brarian at Mt. St. Michael's, : Zonta Club, the ashint0n Spokane since 1955. Athletic Club, Associated Worn- Survivors include three sis- en and the Seattle Consular ters, Sister Mary of St. Ad- Corps. rienne, Mrs. Helen Bruzis and Surviving are her son, Jose; Mrs. Grace M. Whiffield; a a daughter, Adriana, both of Seattle; two sisters, MrB. "ElenE Chellew and Mrs. Luel'e- and Mrs. Clayton G. Becker; four on said Executrix or her attorneys at the sisters and o brother, Sue; Beth, address below stated, and file same with Janlce Mary and John Backer, all of the Clerk of said Court, together with the tnmlly home, and her grandmother, )root of service, within six months after Mrs. J. P. Hahn, Los Angelos. West first publication at this Notice. Funeral Home. Dote of first publication: June 21, 1963. HELEN M. HEY FISH, I COBi, Mrs. Mngo 77, 203 W. Com- 4741V Rainlor Avenue South, stock St., died June 17. Repulem June Seattle, Washington, 21 St. Anne Church. Burial Calvary, MALONE & McBRiDE, I Tacoma. Born in Midland, Mich. Came Attorneys for Estate, I hire sevan years a0o. WOS a retired 4741' Rainier Avenue South,  sales clerk. Member of Rayat Neighbors Seattle 8, Washington. PINAL ?JI4r4 I | of America, St. Anne Sanctuary Society, St. Sun Clrcia, Grandmethsi' Club all of Seattle. Burial was in Mt, St. Michael's Cemetery. Spiritual remembrances may be made through the Oregon ,TBsuit Seminary Association, P. O. Box 4408, Portland 8, Ore. cia TEraba; and a brother, Jore Rendic, all of Valpar- aiso, Chile; and four rad. children. Burial will he in VR1paraiso. Funeral arrangements w r e bandled by B o o t h-Ashmore Mortuary. Seattle and Queen Anne Hospital Guild. Sur, vlvors: daughters, Mrs. David Mealor, Atlanta, Ga.; Miss Marguerite, Seattle; sons, Warner, Tacoma; Ty, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. W. R. Howard, Seattle; Mrs. R. R. Cunnlngham, Bellevue; brother, L. T. Cleary, Tacoma; nine grandchildren. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. DICKESON, Mrs. Bossle, 65, died June 7 in Seaside, Ore. Requiem Our Lady of Vincent Church, Seaside. Born In Medtard, O. Come here In 1945 and moved to Seaside in 1952. Was employed by a beauty shop here and was o member of the Business and Prnfesslonal Women's Club. Sur- vivors: daughter, Mrs. Charles McNew, Grand Island, Nab4 Son, Robert Dlcke- son, Sacramento; three sisters, Mrs. Kenneth Day, Honolulu; Mrs. Mariotta Day, Sacramento, and Mrs. Ada Litch, Seattte, and three grandchlldron, DICKMAN, Mrs. Edward (Katherina) 86, 1011 N. 48th St., died June 11. Requi(m June 14 St. Benedict Church. Eurial Calvary. Born In Odessa, Russia. Came here in 1936 from South Dakota. Member of the Altar Society of ,. Benedict's. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Tom McGorry and Mrs. Edward Beach, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Reuben Butz, Mobrldge, S. D,; four sons, Bernard, Seattle; Martin, Richmond Beach; Joseph, Palo Alto, Calif.; and Rudolph Dlckman, with the Navy in Son Diego; six grandchildren and nine great.grandchildren. John Kalln Fune- ral home. Seattle PAUP,' Claronca J., 76, 3927 &vo. S., died June 12. Requiem June 17 St. Edward Church, Burial Calvary. Earn at Port BIokely. Moved here as a chlld. Operated Acme Engrgvlng from .1920 to 1946 when ha sold the firm. Since then was semiretired, Worked occaslona!ly as a photoengravar for The Times and elsewhere. Was a member of the Marina Corps League, American Legion, and the Photoen- gravers Union. Survivors: wtfe, Ema- line E.; a son, Martin A. Paup, a brother, Joseph Paup; a sister, Mrs. Mabel Greeley, and a granddaughter, all of Seattle. Columbia Fuhoral Home. STEEN, Mrs. Mydla, 71, 5214 Green Lake Way N., died June II. Requlam June 20 St. Benedict Church. Burial CaD- vary, Came here $0 years ago. Hod been a postal clerk for 15 years before retiring In 1958. Survivors: son, Dale F., Seattle; daughter, Mrs, Wllltam Piouf, Alderwood Manor; and four grandchildren, J oh n Kalln Funeral Home. T:oma ' CORCORAN, Douglas, 53, 913 N. 101h St., died June 16. Requiem June 19 St. Patrick Church, Burial Calvary. Burn In Ohio. Came here 42 years ago. Was a former transit employee. :Sur, vivors: mother, Mrs. H. A. RIftar, Flrcrest; eon, Eugene, Los Vegas; three daughters, Mrs, Elleen Murphy and Mrs. Judith Warden, Tacoma, and Mreo ETUE, Mrs. Vlctarla Hi, 73, 1220 Diane Mosold, Flrcrest; brother, R. A. Rifler, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. AI Ferean, Boron Ave. Requiem June 15 Our Lady Everefl, ann six grandchildren. Gaffney Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burlal Holyrood. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Funeral Home. Thomas Owens; sons, Thomas A., James J. and William H., all of SsaHle; sisters, Mrs. George Bourn- gortner, Toledo, Ohio, and Mrs. Walter Buchtrup, Chicago; and 17 grand- children. Manning 8= Sons Fuheral Home. GAVIN, Mrs. Theresa, 90, 4531 35|h Ave. S.W., died June 17. Requiem June 19 St. Vincent Home. Burial Holyroed. Born In St. Joseph, Mo. Come here 55 years ago, Survivors: ,sons, H, O'Neill, Seattlo, and T, Jay, Bellevue. Manning and Sons Funeral Home; DINlUS, PhllIp, 72, 5047 S. Puget sound Ave., dled June 15. Requiem June 19 Visitation Church. Burial Cal- vary, Born In Russia, Lived In Ilwaca far 22 years before coming to Tacoma o month ago. Was a maintenance man. Survivors: wtfe, EkY; two sons, Jack, Spokane, and EIII, Bllllngs, Mont.; two daughters, Mrs. Bertha Berg, Mid- way, and another daughter tn N Dak.; brother, Roney, Misoula, Mont.; three slstor$, Mrs. Wendlln Schatz, Tacan; Mrs. Elfsabeth Schatz, Puyallup; Mrs. 'May St0ffer, Woodburn, Ore.; and S X "gl"andchlldren. Piper Funeral Home. GUNN, Edward J. (Bud), 60, 20055 " ' 28th Ave. S, died June 14 Requem " DODD, Mrs. Harvey T. (LaZella), June 14. Requiem Jr)no 16 St. :PHilO- I  , formerly of 9006 Dollwood Ave. mona Church, Oe$ Molnos. Brn In ,,S.W,, died June 13 In Prescott, Arls. Redulem June 18 St. Frances Cabrlnl Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Shal. don, N. D. Lived here 30 years befrOe : moving to Prescott last November. Survivors; daughter, Mrs. Marcllo Talbeck, Prescott, Ariz.; sister, Mrs. Evelyn Baker, Tacoma; brother, Earl J. Curren, Tacoma; five grandchlldren and nlne great.grandchildren. Mountain View" Funeral Home. HECKARD, Mrl. Edward (Anna K.), Hope, Idaho. Was educated In Slkana and lived In Seatfla since 1922. Had been manager at BoXter's ShOe Store for 15 years before retiring In 1961, Survivors wife, Irene, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Ralph MacC011, Bremedon, and brother, Gearga G. Gunn, Spakano. Bonney.Watson Funeral Home. LEAF, OIIvo, 55, 2317 N.E, th St., died June 13. Requiem June 19 Blessed Sacramant Church. Eurial Holy- rood, Born in San Francisco. Came 80, 205 Ton-A.Wando Ave. N. E., died here 20 years ago. Member of the June 16. Requiem June 19 St. Patrick Washington Athletic Club. Worked far " Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Grand the Alaska Communications System. Sur- Island, Nab. Came here Iit 1912. Mere. riving is a cousln Rose Armstrong, bar of Altar Society, Ozanam Circle with whom sha lived. Hoffnor'| Fisher- and Cethnllc Daughters, Survivors: Kalfus Funeral Home. husband, Edward; brothers, Chrle J. Foellmnr, Tacoma, and P. A. Foellmer, MALO Mrs. Dorothy, 54, 266 13th Whittler, Calif.; sister, Mrs. Lena as- Ave, W., died June 16. Requiem June, walt, Tacoma. Gottney Funaral Home. 19 St. Margaret Church. Entombment Holyrood. Born In Tacoma. Came to LaCNAPELLE, William, Ib 1007 $. Seattle in 1929. Was a University of M St died June 16. Requiem Juna 20 Washington graduate and former high St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. aorn school teacher in rural state schools, in Crookston, Minn. Came here 61 year Member of Theta Upsilon and, St. ago. Was o retired pile driver nporllor: Margaret Guild. Survivors: husnd, Survivors: wife, Delia; son, Everett; Gerard; daughter, Mlchele,, at Im0; ondtwo daughters, Mrs. Mildred Wlll- fothnr, J. Oscar Ward; slster,;Mrs, lares and Mrs. Frances MyaPs; o Marion Strout, both Seattle. Hdffne=;'S brother, Chester; four grandchlldrenond four grsat-grandchlldren, all of Taaomd. FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home.  ; = Cassedy and Allan Funeral Homa. MEAD, Mrs. Watttr (Dalol'), 42, died In Madrid, Sltn June 10. Requiem June 19 Holy Hosary Church. Burial Ft. Lawtan. Born In Butte. Came here In 1924 until she wSht to Spain with her husband last year. Was a graduate of West Seattle High School. Survivors: husband, MaJ, Wal- far Mead; daughter, Korea Anne Mead, a student In Munich, Gefmnny; son, John R. Mead, Madrid;-I:ronts, Mr. and Mrs. David Carlsen brother, Robert Fasso, and elster, Mrs. Lot., ralne Dale, air of Seattla..West Fune- ral Home. MUELLER, Dr. Harald' 46' tTI9 E. - Spring St., died June t4. Requlom June 17 Church of the Immaculate Conception. Burial Calvary. Born tn Eutte, Mont. Came here as a child. Wns o groduato of O'Dea High School, the University of Washlngtan and CroIghton University Medical School, Omaha, Nob. Had practiced medicine here for ,20 years until he ratlred two years 000 becauso of Itl health., Member at the Knights of Columbus, St. Vlncent's Past, Cthallc War Vat- arans and the American, Washington State and King County Medical Assocl- aligns. Survivors: mother, Mrs. Mary Mueller; daughters, Danna Lorraine and Stephanle M. Mualhlr, nnd snn, Donlel H., all of Seattle; elster, Mrs. $ondra Eblnger, Seattla. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. MURPHY, Edwin L., 30, 3104 3?th Ave. S,W., died June 12. Redulam June 15 Holy Rosary Church. Burlal Calvary. Born In LYnn, Ma. Came here 17 years ago. Was employed as a soIosman for Westsida Ford. Sur- vlvnrs: wlfe, Sh}rley; daughter, Pa- trlla Ann and sons, James, William and John Murphy, all at the faintly home; poronte, Mr. and MrS. Josed Murphy, St., LYnn, Mass., and brother Joseph Murphy, Jr., Torrano, Cettf. MCGRATH, Mrs. Thomas W. :(Eva M.), 70, 925 S. Monroe St., died June 16. Raqulem June 20 St. Leo Church. Burial Spnoway. Barn In St. Paul, Minn. Came here 43 years ago. Sur- vivors: five sons, Robed, Joseph, Frank and John, of Tacoma, and Hubert Of Seattle; 8even grandchildren and .two great-grandchildren. P I p r Funeral Home. Hoffner" $ FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Pemille$ For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 Nortk 361h Seattle GEORGE HOFFNIR Owner