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[] l BUY WITH THEM PROGRI :,SS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Cents Per Line .:. .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:. .:. PHONE: MA 2-8880---Local 21 CLASSIFIED RATE: 30c PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Exfensian 21 i AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE ST. LUKE&apos;S PFP HOMES FOR SALE i NEW ST. JOHN' PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S 5 BDRMS. 3 baths RANCH KITCHEN $25,950 Only a few blocks north of the city limits and situated in an exclusive area. It Is the proudest listing In our files. Built by a master craftsmen wllh enioyable liv- Ing in mind. A true masterpiece. Never before have you seen such a home up-! less as a guest in this one. Only one of a kind and only I mile from St. Luke's. Walk 1o elementary school. Shown by appointment only. Call LI 2-3184 or Ad, No. 163. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 18332 Aurora Ave. N. LI. 2-3 184 NEW & USED CARS & TRUCKS ADAN /LTON P.F.P. BELLEVUE H 4-5440 (res.) WE 7-5130 1 I savings guaranteed l easy livin LAN GREEN CHEVROLET I 1,,00 ,st Ave Sau,h easier terms (100 thousand m e guarantee) CARPET WORK I no dn. pmf. RUGANOUP.O'STER  no cls. COSt CLEANING Ilk J "| If ivlornlngslae Super Special $550 DN. $1B250 3 BDRMS. 2 BATHS 2 FIREPLACES SECLUDED $17,750 MOVE RIGHT IN this large full base- ment home with colossal view and only 11 years aid. Extra large living room --floor-to-ceiling stane fireplace--dining El--family kitchen--Space In 'full day- light basement for 0dditlonal bedrooms. A truly good buy. Call EM 4-1180 on Ad No. 1083. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., 13300 Bothell EARLY AMERICAN 3 BDRS. In Memoriam J 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. Francis A. Moens, died June 29, 1945. The REV. Peter P. Prando, S.J., died July, 1906. The Rev. James Coghlan, died July 2, 1916. The Rev. Thomas M. Fayne, died July 2, 1957. The Rev. Roger Furlong, died July 4, 1947. The Rev. James Turner, died July 4, 1957. Bellevue PALMER, Mrs. Mercedes, 63, 12 Enatai Drive, died June 16 In Van- Friday, June 28, 1963 Seattle .... CONLAN, Mrs. Emma, 74, 15241 21st Ave. S.W., died June 21. Requiem June 25 St. Francis Church. Burial Holyrood, Bern tn St. Thomos, L N.D. Came to Burlen in 1932. Member of Third Order of St. Dominic, Sur- vivors: sons, Loren J., William J. and Alfred E., all of Seattle, 14 grandchildren and ane great-grand- child; sisters, Mrs. Sophia Augustine of Thompson, N.D., MIss Molly Harie of International Falls, Minn, and Miss Ann Hartle, Mrs. Edna Kasfner, Mrs. Cecil Shinn and Mrs. Agnes Mocallk, oll of Seattle; and brother, Herman Hartle, Grand Forks, N.D. Yarlng- tan's White Center Funeral Home. FISCHER, Wendelin, 51, $023 25fh Ave. S.W., died June 20. Requiem June 24 Our Lady of Guodolupe Church. Interment Halyrood. Born In Ipswich, S.D. Come here 21 years ago. Was o truckdriver for 1he Western Gear Corp. Survivors: wife, Elizabeth; daughters, Mrs. Wanda Benham of Lynnwo0d, Julte M. af Seattle; sons, Van and Mark both of Seattle; one grandchild; five sisters and five brothers. Yarington's White Center Funeral Home. RAMBLER 112-yr.-old rambler In new condition. Le- cauver, B. C. Requiem June 22 Sacred JORGENSON, Robert, 42, 2715 W. THE PROGRESS--I I Seattle SAUVAGEAU, Denis, 48, 13003 8th Ave. S., died June 23. Requiem June 27 St. Bernadette Church. Burial H01Y- rood Born in Fargo, N.D. Came here in 1944. Survivors: wife, Lucille; sons, Donald, Robert and Danny, all Se- attle; parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis Souvogeau, Fargo; five brothers and eight sisters. Yorlngton's White Center Funeral Home. SCHERR, Mrs. William (Dola A.), 73, 360 N. W. 46th St., died June t8. Requiem June 21 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyroad. Born In Sullivan County, Indiana. Came here from Spo- kane in 1948. Survivors: son, C. Joseph Short, Rentan; brother, Carl Banther, Carlisle, Ind,, and two sisters, Mrs. Agnes Latshaw, Carlisle, and Mrs. Rule Hale, Terre HouSe, ind. Haffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. SULLIVAN, Charles E., 710 N. 78th St., died June 24, Requtem June 27 St. John Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Ontanogan, Mich. Came here in 1915. Was a retired storekeeper for the Western Pacific Railroad. Was o llfe member af the Seattle Elks Lodge No. 92, and was a member' of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks and the Holy Name Society. Survivors: wife, Dora; three sisters, Mrs. Maud Chapman and Mrs, Addle Ourond, Stevens Point, Wis., and Mrs. Esther * 3 BDRMS. caled In Greenwood district. Modern Heart Church. Burial Holyroed. Born- Howe St., died June 22. Requiem June birch kit., large tile vanity bath. I In Chaney, Kan. Came here In 1919. 25 Our Lady of Fatima Church. Burial * FINISHED REC. ROOM I Colored fixtures. Spacious llv. rm. w-w Member of the Dar, the Seattle Day Halyraad. Born in Vancouver, B.C, *J3/ BATHS carpeting, attractive frplc. 3 twln-sized[ Nursery, the Children's Orthopedic Came here 21 years ago. Was a bdrms Camp roof shake siding Cov-i Guild and numerous Clubs. Survivors: plumber and recently estahllshed his $15,250 ered patio In beautifully landscaped I san, J. Palmer, Bellevue; sister, Mrs. own firm, the Village :Plumbing Co. fenced back yard. Close ta bus andl Pauline Fillis, Evanston, Ill.; brothers, Member of the iniei'hatlanai Sports- $250 Down FHA I shopping. Widow anxious ta sell. Ask- Gulnn Backledge, CarRy, Kan., and men's Club and was -active in the -  1rig $15,250. "one grandchild. Magnolia Bowling LeagLte..SurvLvors: Colonial entry--shuttered rambler. LaS-J Call SU 3-1300 7725 24th NW wife, Dorothy; sons, Michael, Douglas, code fireplace, rich natural wood paneled wall, completely mahogany paneled recreation room, sliding glass door to patio. Kitchen features dark, rich raised paneled cabinet with built- in appliances. Ultra modern vanity master bath (ceramic tile). 3 twin-size bedrooms with second s both off master bedroom. For the key, call EM 3-3282 on Ad No. 312. L. P. MARTIN, Inc. LOYAL REALTY IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready ta move into1 i now. Visit the furnished show houses. Opel] Dally. 10 a,m. 'tll 9 at n.ght. Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. ST. MATTHEWS i FHA APPRAISED -- $28,400 DRIVE BY year old, all brick, specification built.' 8544 2ND AVE. N.E. 3 bedrooms, 21/2 baths. Built in appll-! antes. Carpeting and drapes. Full bedrooms, 2 balhs. F n shed recrea- basement. Finished recreation room. lion room. 4th bedroom roughed In. I Double garage. EM 2-6499. Sweeping view. Asking for offers, i ST. JOHN'S Terms ar trade. In low 30's. I ST. JOHN 1 BLOCK Open Sunday or Call [!5 bedroom home Recreation room. LIv- NORTH EAST REALTY Inn room, dining room. Large kitchen EM. 2-3070 with eating space. Full daylight base- mont. $18,250 . . . SU 2-2199, Burlingame, Belleville, Mich., and three brothers, Ben and George, Ash- tend, Wis., and Clinton Sullivan, Mil- waukee, Wls. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. SULLIVAN, Julia M., 80, died June 21 of Mt. St, Vincent Home. Requiem June, 24 Mf, St Vincent. Home. Burial elh William and Timothy; daughters, Lynn Calvary, Tacoma. Born In Champion, Bellin=_am and Roberta, all af the family home; : Mich. Come here 26 Years ago from mother, Mrs. Anna Jorgesan; "sisters, Butte, Mont. Survivors: two sisters, QUINN, Mrs. Margaret M., 50, 1621 Woburn St., died June 21. Requiem June 24 Church af the Assumption. Burial Bay View. Come here 34 years ago. Was a member at Legion of Mary, St, Peter's Circle, and Catholic Daughters. Survivors: husband, Stanley; two sons, Thomas in the Navy in San Francisco, and Stephen at home; three daughters, Mrs. Barbara Jaderholm, Bellevue; Mrs. Corole Smith, Belling- ham, and Patricia Quinn at home; eight grandchildren; mother, Mrs. Barbara Thumme, Seattle; three sis- ters, Mrs. George Hayes, Seattle; Mrs. Robert Hayes and Mrs. William Ness- lay, both of Everett; two brothers, Bernard Thumme, Bellfngham, and Floyd Thumme, Denver. Westford Funeral Home, Mrs. Marion Hart, Mrs. Betty,Russell, 011 Seattle, and Mrs. June Barks, Sna- quaimie Falls. Bonney-Watson Funeral , Home. KANE,. Frank J., 46, drowned June 2 while attempting to rescue a friend In Lake Seyhan near Adana, Turkey. Requiem June 24 St. Benedict Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in New London, Conn. Was graduated from Northeast- ern University In Boston. Was a cap- tain In 1he Army Corps ot Engineers. Had worked as a civilian engineer itl Libya and in 1958 went to Turkey to work as site manager at Incirllk Air Mrs. A. A. Huston, Tacoma, and Caro- lyn Sullivan, Butte; and three broth- ers, Thomas Sullivan, Tacoma, Wltliom Sullivan, Butte, and George Sullivan in Texas. SULLIVAN, Mrs. J. H. (Grace), 60, 1924 6th Ave. W., died June 20. Re- requiem June 22 St.Anne Church. Burial Holyroad. Born in Klontarf, Minn. Came here 34 years ago, Survivors: husband, Joseph H.; daughters, Mrs. Fred O'Maro, Mrs. John Buck, Mrs. Carl Hargroves, Mrs. William Sn{der, and Miss JoAnn Sullivan; sons, Thomas and Patrick Sullivan; sisters, Mrs Dan Sullivan, Mrs. Nugent LaPong, Force Bose. Surviving are his wife and and Mrs. Wlllard E. Kendall, oil of twa children, Kathleen and Patrick Seattle; brother, John Kavanaugh, who are residing with Mrs. Kane's Milwaukee, Wis., and 10 grandchildren. brother, Peter Jaeger. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. ('HD lADY (")P THF /Ak'FIBY BUILDER. Walking distance, Christ In your home. I Way N.E. v',=L',- ' "'= ,.'rr..nr..."'=i the King Possible 6 bedrooms. 3 R CLEANER LA. S-S,50 125 00,er me. EM 4-I 180 uvv,, /K/M'q:KL) baths. 3 fireplaces. Living room, din- " kAkAll AT D('qqPC, q (-kl ing room, Nook. Large kitchen. Double CLEANERS SERVICED ONE BLOCK TO GOLF COURSE. LONG, . ............ L. ,,,J ......... I garage Recreatian room Sound and LOW SPRAWLING RAMBLER. CIR-h " De ghtful Wedgwood 4 bedrooms fu ,^...,, w].,,, 1 00 LI ')']'?, " NO   ' ,wuu,l,U,,, v,...  ,.. . . . -.u. vn..B ,^,..,, n=^ n o=^ CULAR DRIVEWAY, U ERGROUNDJ I basement. Fenced yard (speedway tort ....... .--;.--..,==-.;-=,-,,-- UTILIT ES. LANDSCAPED LIKE A kiddies tricycle) FHA terms. I " Tom McEIroy LA24671 D^ov WTU "r^== =o =nrk, ^r)ll I ,,t'n'r=;'.==. =^'rv 3 bedrooms plus daylight recreation room GREEN SHRUBS, THREE KINGSIZE a - '   MA 4-2377 EA 2-56 1 wire seporale, a! . un Dus,_Large CONTRACTING BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, 21 FOOT REC-  LA 2-7299 J carport. Low aawn, ontract .WITh own- NEAT ON ROOM, DOUBLE CARPORT _..Bw  j.. ---- ! er ar assume mar gage. Less man FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, LARGE PATIO WITH OUTDOOR BBQ.! J'Jr, JJrljj["_ J CHRIST THE KING !_ $20,0. Call AT2-1377 evenings. gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and THIS HOME HAS W-W AND AN IN-t  .m.v.vi. dld  C/' l'kl 90 k/' ] OUR LADY OF THE LAKE composition siding. Free estimates. TERCOM THRUOUT. KIND OF HARD . , ,p=,Ju LJI'.----/O lvlJ. OWNER TRANSFERRED 2 large bed-I Guaranteed work, Call C R MARCYES TO BELIEVE LET US PROVE IT  "'lV rj _dJl 3 bedrooms plus 1/2 baths on main floor i ......  ..... nt I  r---ce Lar-e  t, EA. 4"8481 . 040 Poplar Plac; CALL NOW. "SHOWN BY APPO NT: ''111 Full basement, air-candltloned all fur:! [veS'fe'-n'dU'o:'=ln .oocondto .Z .......................... MENT ONLY. AD NO. 4166. PICTURE] t nac.e.'.Garag.e:,Level.yrd'_B.e, tter be firstl Will sell below FHA appraisal. $18,0501 EENEY -CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete FLOOR PLANS, GL 4-3331. j on tnts one Fey at LA -olIo. ] 0215 381h Ave N.E. LA 2-1259. remodeling service, room additions, re- OPEN 9 A.M. 'TILL 9 P.M. RFqT' IN LA K.A A, " .................... -- , ..... ' ....... WA K pars, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- -- .......... ,A/ A I I/ "!-f' J ..... L TO J ences. Up to 5 years to pay. MAGNOLIA VIEW tW/'/K |L.,) J klI:AP qT ANIKI' I OUR LADY OF THE LAKE I PA 2-4463 4 Lar-e bedrooms 3 main floor 2 baths t ....... ' ' " ' ' "'" ' " " "   4 bedrooms Ideal family home. Under : . vle et Sound And Olympics.'3 back; C'T I I II/E'C OWNER MUST SELL I $20,ooo. _ I P_,,,,,-,= ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS to Our Lady of Fat ma, Jr. HI and .l. LU 1-" . Modern 3bedroom bungalow on nice car- OPEN HOUSE WEEKDAYS 7 fo Y p.m. / vveui.*u. shopping Separate dining room. Fam-! -H --,r r'n per at Good condition throughout Full SAT. & SUNDAY 1 to 8 p.m. I WESTS DE ELECTR C NC I ily eat ng area In all mahogany k tch.// UIN K/%MDLt-K basement. Ask ng $ 6500 see and 9113 30TH N.E. I __RHODES, Oeorge H.., 74, died June Ilances i ' make offer ' " .... .:T-..------.--. ZZ Requiem June 20 immacu ale Lon WE 2 0354 WE 7 3776 J - en d shwasher Drapes app $18 250 ' DES MUINE5 AKEA " " Ind[nll ond shUeltyWrlgervlngler I hVollls.tReWlcrloe!!OnviOgmintrwloti'(ig#l.ni!!l : 3AIDGscBAEpDERD OOMS AT 4750MV5::T3 3F:0E#!ATLNER00E. N. Doylght 4:#mGenEt RAAIMBpLpEItRonces. Fin- iePwoCnilU'C;Ce;int)eesr{Lt tro#wUoZ! Bh, Seaft e Art E L ndberg Owner j bedroom r e e Ex g p 17x20 FAM LY ROOM ( " " ) Ished bosom" t View 1 block St ..... " .... -  i ' " '  lay area. Movea 1o Loncrete two / $27,500. 2820 301h West. I Pine Paneled--Beamed Ceiling nr ,.t J I Philomena church and schools. TR0-1 months o ^ -,,i ........  u .... .. LOG SIZE F REPLACE UI"IIN U/tLf 2958 I  ............................ FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT ---- " l  I , two sons George, n Ca forn o and ' II'UUM--IIilIKIAiiIMJ'NI I ('-J J[ /,Jl / J e STORM WINDOWS  8311 215T AVE N E '  ..,.." Armdo n u,,,  .... h^' , SAVE ON FUEL 3 large bedrooms, entry hall, Ilvingl ." / 1 daughters Mrs Eve yn Gorettl and TORTILLAS i ' Till: I AL,' I e DRAPES--RANGE t room with firepace familv size dininn 3 bedroom faro y home. Living room, . . , -  I o m Ealtn e In kitchen rs. K.atherlne Merino, both of Chula LA MEXlCANA Mexi-Catessen J J/ /I it-. t-/ l\\;L_ I 1 BLOCK TO BUS J room, kitchen with lots of cupboards, dinng r o . g spac "1 ;., r.. .  ^a,h ,, , 946 161h Ave SW WE 5-1480 1 K BEDRCOMS Quick possession con be had for mlnl-J attached garage Large level teacedl [-..'eplace. Fenced backyard. Owner. cou L ;,;[, ,hgro:...oren an a  ,^ "^ mum down and price reduction for| landscaped yard. Space for boat or[ SU 2-2683. I eTn"'F&er;F Tom;.  .......... r.o.. l ZS,"/bU I 5% down. Li 6-2094. | house trailer, Our.Lady of the Lake I " ST CATHERINE'S I " v ;'s WEDGWOOD. Brick and Cedar siding. I Captain E. V. Van Bohren, U.S.A,F. / near Roosevelt Htgh,' Clty bus ondJ3 bedrooms on main level. Basement. 1 "  ,-'Tr' 1 DAYLIGHT BASEMENT, approximately 18358 Dayton Place N. | University District. FHA. $14,500. See 12x24 vng room Remodeed faro y " I ..... i.a. /'DEIVIDL/ nkJ/r'L 10 years old. Large living room with----A-rr'-l A------------| at your convenience. Call LA 4.1060, ,o th, ^ h[,,  r,P.n it, ,i IVlCIFIil r 1 BLOCK TO ST JAMES fireplace and wall to wall carpeting. I IVIEffL_,rI<,, I//"JNILJ | SELECT HOMES CO. / 82 .......................... J Under new management. Redecorated. Separate d nlng room, famtly kitchen. Samuel Spflk, Broker /--" - I ,.-ulrv=v /.t,.  o1 'tk, ^.. Clean warm rooms Pensioners we- Large recrealion room nicely flnlshed n hlln ^.J 7744 35th Ave. N.E. / ST. L H SUS I dad June 17 Rl|tlem Jun 99 Im . Walk to parochial schoo. New 3 bed- A P ON ''"" "'"" ' " ' =" come' $40 monlh up n knotty pine with 2nd p umbng od- wlthroOm'nnfiv2 bathr,,rambler.nutvO ........ hrnhn.. ! LA 4-1060 i Attractlve 5 bedroom home. Large mad- inoculate ......... Concept an .............. Ehtlrrh Rnrn In" 823 Madson MA34174. ]oinng Nicey fenced lot Quick pes-J "hn.,",.".,'t ." '''o',-'-;;; 1 ern ktchen 25x14 ft Ivlng room i Mlchnnn .......................... Inrn " hprP A1 .... I"-- session. I AD'22575 ' ""."anyt'i"m ........ I " L,..) I-KUM I Rcreotlon room. New urnoc.e. /4,- Had been a member of the FOE IF LADIES ONLY I CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. I F'I Ek'll'^l E DE'Am TV IOUR LADY OF THE LAKE CHURCH / ouu. Mmlmum aown. I-HA. u Z-OJY.I Aerie No. 13 for the past 59 years, ........... ;;.;*" .......... :,* .......  washington's oldest real estate firm i ,.L_CILJ/"LE Rr-MLI/ Wedgwood dlslrict. 5 bedrooms. 2 bath, ----A-S-SP-O| a member of Culinary Workers and  ....... 18040 301h N.E. LA 3-5555 S. MERCER IS. SHOPPING CENTER , Finshed basement Range dshwasher . -..., '-r-*ms 1/2 bathe modernzed" Bartenders Union No. 451 ond mem- eep.ng rooms, sTarTing ar :W per WeeK. I ..................... ' ' " q I u uu uu , , 1210 "M0rlon Street (across from Swe- I //"1 I I kl'T'r'l-rl rA D V 1 CT NIKII-C I Garbage disposal Wal! to wall carpet, below FHA to right party. Owner. EM bar of. the Shingle W.e..avers Union af rllh I-Incnltr I VL J/I iiM/r-r-I .r-'%f%  .)J /ININL ,.,1 I New arapes. Fenced mnascaped yard. 4.699 ' ; i=veretr, burvlvors: sister, Mrs. E. J. I I .............. I $22,950--Owner, GL 4-2825. ---J Schlnd er of Manistee, Michigan. Cas- ! COLONIAL I L)UP'LI:) /,.UINI-U '' OUR LADY OF LOURDES I sldy Funeral Home . oo oi i  /. ,nlnl o I I bedrooms ' Brick bungalow court Lovely 4'/, u.-' ,  nWN I 50xl20 FT LOT CHR ST THE K NG Ee.e..t candl!.o ., 3 )prge .. ":i t LUU LJ'.J I " f Plreplace Wall tO Wall carpellng ana furnished apartment. Heat water. Suit. ' Near h gh schoo and shopp ng Large By owner. 3 bedrooms, all basement. I rat r able for couple. $94. Garage available .... 4 B,EDRO.O.MS.--3 ,BATHS [ V n- room Senarole dlnln  room 3 Carpeted. Fenced corner lot. Asking drapes, throughout: S tove,_r.e-.ge o. Porf T.....-==-. ' AT 26901 Lnolce Lap i"O I"11 iocae A spaoous -- "  -  ' $22500 EM 25950 Larporr. Lomplerew ,encea OaCK yora. n,..e..=u " " i hnrn--hJf rinht fnr n n I Dearooms Douole plumotng $16 250 " 2 blocks tO school Immediate occu .................. that rowln faro ..... ' ........  . . " " ............... J - Vew of ound and S-ace Needle I Ca Mr. Garr san AT 2-6439 ST JOHN [oancy $17 250 Call CH 3 0952 KIESEL Mlchae, Sr 82 ded June :J ruunnb ana Dam Turnlsnea apanmenr, y. " "1 BLAINE RE'ALTY " -- " ' " " ' ' "' ' near St Anthony's Church in Kent Price only $18,500. Call By Owner 21. Requiem June 24 Star of the Sea Mary Bracelin EA 3-8717 11V BOSTON AT 3-5511 CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. ST. BERNADETTE EA 5-0700 FURNITURE 4 BEDROOMS "Across From The Lake" BURIEN AREA LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the SEWER--STREET--SIDEWALKS Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free MODERN BRICK $150 DN. delivery', Credit, RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE 3 BEDROOMS $12,B00 TU. S-1378 Redmond MUST BE SOLD THIS WEEK Teen-age modified Cape Cod featuring: Lovely FULL BRICK home close to 4 bedrooms for the expanding family. GREETING CARDS shores of Green Lake. Range, refrtg., Situated close to Burlen shopping, bus washer, dryer, w-w rugs and drapes and school. All improvements are In BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS .--oll included! Full bsmt. with finished and paid. Level 65x113 it. grounds. CATHOLIC CARD,%-, PRICE rec. rm, Extra plumbing. No reason. Only $85 per month including taxes LA 2-4671 I able offer refused as this home MUST and insurance. Probably much less be sold this week! Call ME 2-4200, than your present rent. Build an equity HELP WANTED !i SU45th.3-4773, Marie Moss Rlty., 1716 N. fOrcall yOurCH 3-1S50.fved ones. Our Exclusive. i SOUTH END BROKERS, INC. WANTED IMMEDIATELY. ] ST. LUKES 11036 1st Ave. South CH 3-1550 Housekeeper, southwest Washlngfon Rec- I V t I TACOMA tory. One priest. One hour from Port- acan land on railroad. 2 bus lines. Nice IIv- t !Three blocks to St. Patrlcks. $10,600 ing quarters. Non smoker. Apply by 3 BDRMS.--1V BATHS FHA or GI buyer. Three bedroom letter only. Give names of references. FHA APPRAISED older home with living room, fire- No telephone application considered. I $20,750 place, dining room, kitchen with dish. We will make you the owner tar o total Reply to Progress Box 'R'. washer, garbage disposal and nook; of $1200 Including closing costs. Ask for bath and 1/, part basement, new fur. Mrs. Sawyer, AT 3-8857. nace, large lot. Call Walter Erstad, MISC, FOR SALE AVERBECK REALTY I GR 24390 or GR 4-0738. ,' AT 45500 j BARRETT REALTY INC. MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices , qT ICqEDI--IC: new and used steel and pipe. .J/. ,,J,..,JL-/  .,J I U. S. PIPE AND STEEL COMPANY Distinctive view home, Lovely day roomsi 7000 South Ellis J including den and powder room on i LEGAL NOTICES PA 5-8100 main floor. 5 bedrooms, 2 balhs Up. .... I Call Mrs. Murphy EA 2-2710. SELECT CLASSIC RECORDS PHILOSO- V kIENT r 'kAI/1ED kl PHY BOOKS. 315 SUMMIT E. APART-I H''..,, / I.J. IVIILLLI\\;. IIN%. KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN MENT 204. 3817 N.E 451h LA 2-5626 Attorneys far Estate NURSING HOME STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic oper aled" Private cases only. State Lic. No. 69 732-161h Ave, EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operaled. Class 1 I.Ic. No. 475  Ex. 2-5351 (no foil) i PERSONAL INFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par- ents urgently requested for new born babies. Also summer placements for : school age children. Catholic Children's Services 1310 No. I Street Tacoma "- Broadway 2-9359 FOSTER HOMES NEEDED have an Urgent need tar emporary foster homes for Infants as well as older children. Board rote, medical care nnd clothing are provided by the agency. If you are interested, please call. i; MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES :i FREE room and board in exchange for .L person to cook. LA 2-0722. ,2 PLUMBERS OUR LADY OF FATIMA Large year around beach house. 3 bed- rooms. 180 degree view. AT. 2-8586. 505 Arctic Buildtng Seattle, Washinglon IN THE SUPERIDR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of 4he Estate of SEVERIN NORDBY, Deceased. No. 171886. Notice fo Creditors. ,=r_^,._.=v...._ NOTICES Notice Is hereby given 1hat the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as Administrator of the above en- titled estate; that aft persons having ALEXANDER L. CAIN claims against said deceased ore here- Attorney for Estale by required to serve the same, duly 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. verified, on said ARTHUR O'SULLIVAN, Seattle, Wash. attorney of record at the address below IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OR THE stated, and file 1he same with the Clerk Slate of Washington for the Counl,!of said Court, together w/th proof of 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'Brlon, admlnlstratrlx af the Estate of Thomas Patrick D'Brien has flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition tar dlstr(buflan, oskln the Court to settle said Report, distribuh the property to the persons thereto en- titled and to discharge said administrolrlx and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 26 day of July, 1963, at 9:30 a.m. at the Court Room of 1be Probate Department af sold Court, at which time and place any person inter- ested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the some. Dated this 19th day of June, 1963. such service, within six month after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publleatlon June 28, 1963. ARTHUR O'SULLIVAN, Administrator of said Estate, 505 Arctic Building KELLY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building. Seattle, Washington Final 7-12-63 : Date of first pub cation June 2 st, 1963. .: PLUMBING & HEATING I NORMAN R. RIDDELL, SERVICE [ Clerk of said Court. Radiant Heating ... Retail Store I ALEXANOER L. CAIN, F L G MASSART & qNq |Attorney for Estate, -- ,..."  '   91B Joseph Vance Bldg. _ 4ou= 9tn Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 Seattle, Wash   / ' F NAL 7-5-63 .! TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE/ I bedrooms. Living room. Dlnlng room, Large kttchen. Bath. Daylight base- ment with paneled recreation room and work shop. Cabinet oll furnace. SU 4-9547. BY OWNER . . . St. Matthew's bedroom rambler with 1V garage. Drapes and appliances Included. Wall Ing distance 1o school. $16,950. EM 3- 4S06. LEGAL NOTICES /s/ JEROME U, JAGER Attorney 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King in the Matter of the Estate of NINA A. McGOWEN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171919. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been nppointed and : has qualified as Administrator af the estate af Nlna A. McGowen, Deceased; that oil )ersons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Ad- ministrator or bts attorney of record fat the address below stated, and file! ;the same with the Clerk of sold Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY By Robert H Lamb publication at this notice or the same I Aitornevs far" Ittnt. wlll be barred. I 1407-A1ska-'Buld|'n.q Date at first publication: 6-204963. Seattle, Wash " JOSEPHINE NASH, j IN TH PERle Executrix E SU R COI'RT OF THE; Stole of Washington for the County of tHANk. Y HAZEL,._. l K g.ln 1 lOle Larson Buualng r In the Molter of the Estate of VlVIANI Yaklma' Washington D ec e N Attorney for Executrx ARRELL, D eased n Probat o. 167928. Notice of Hearing Final ReportJ Final 7-12-63. and Petlllon tar Distrlbutlon. I ----- Notice IS hereby given that WIIIIom F. Hennessey Administrator of 1he Estate af MALONE & McBRIDE Vlvlan Darrell, Deceased, has flied In Attorney for Estate the office of 1he Clerk of sold Court his 4741V= Rainier Avenue South Seattle 8, Washington " i i LEGAL NOTICES JEROME L. JAGER, Afforney 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Mailer of the Estate of IDA Church, Burial In St. Mary Cemetery. Born in Germany, Came to Port Townsend in 1936. Was a watchman and maintenance man for Crown Zel- lerbach Corp. Survivors: wife, BarlxIra (Betty); daughters, Mrs. Jo (Marie) Mosley, Sitka, Alaska, and'Mrs. Anton (Josephine) Cable, Port Townsend; sons, John G., San Antonio; Michael J., Jr., and William O. both of Port Townsend; brother, Joseph, Germany; 12 grandchildren and 15 great-grand- children. Owyea Funeral Home. CATHERINE KAPETAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171613. Notice to Cred- .ors I Renton .... : Notice-is hereby g ven thor 1he an-, ' , dei'slgned has been appointed and has '::" ".: "' I r of the estote  STP..UTYNSKI Dr Jozet S, qua Ifled as Admlnlst atrlx , , , . . $9, of Ida Catherine Kopotan, Deceased; that! 10829 100th S. E., died June 19. Re- all persons having claims against sold qutem June 22 St. Anthony Church, deceased are hereby required to srve Born in Poland. Came to this country final Report and petition for distrlbullon, FENDRICH RADIO & TV JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN asking the Court to settle sold Report, "Member . St. Edward's Parish" Altornoy dlstrlbule the property to the persons PA. 3-1172 1035 Securities Building J lhereto entitled and to discharge sold 5eattlo 1, Wasblnglon 1William F. Hennessey and exonerate SUPERIOR COURT DF WASHINGTON his bond, and that said Report and pel- WANTED TO RENT FOR KING COUNTY tlon will be heard n the 23rd day of Estate of JAMES L. BEAUPIED, De-|July, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court ceased. No. 172074. Notice to Creditors. Room of lhe Probate Deportment of said All persons having claims against soid Court, at which time and place any per- estate must serve soma on undersigned| son interested in said Estate may appear appointed and qualified admtnslralor errand file objectlns thereto and contest eslate or Its attorney af record at ad-lthe same. dress below and file same with court/ Dated 1his 171h day of June, 1963. clerk with proof of service within slx Dote of first pubhcotlon, June 21, 1963. months otter June 14, 1963, being first NORMAN R. RIDDELL, publication date. I Clerk of said Court JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN By H. W. POTTER PRIEST'S HOUSEKEEPER wants a com- pletely furnished small cottage, good neighborhood. Walking distance church, stores, buses, for July, August. Augusta Slbrel; 1427 6th Street; Alameda, Cali- tornlo. WIDOW URGENTLY NEED5 "" I bedroom house In Ballard or Green- " wood. Gas preferred EA 4-7058. If you haven't been reading l'he Progress advertisements, you have been losing money. Read and prefit. Administrator JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Attorney for Estate 1035 Securities Building Seattle 1, Washington i BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY By Robert H. Lamb 'Attorneys tar Estate, j 1407 Alaska Bulldmg Final 6-20-63 t Seattle, Wash. Final 7-3-63 the same duly verified, on said Admln- istratrlx or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk at sold Court, to- gether with proof at such service wlthln six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication 6-21, 1963. /s/ AILLENE KOLODZIEJ Adminlstratrix of said Estate. 7213 Sycamore Street /s/ JEROME L. JAGER Attorney for Estale, 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. Final 7.5-63 ! first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. DARE, DUBUAR & DaRE Date of f rst pub icoflon June 21, 1963. Attorneys tar Estate, /s/ RICHARD N. McGOWEN 1429 Washington Building, Administrator at said Estate. Seattle, Wash. 2102 N.E. 68th Avenue, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE t Seattle, Wash. Stole of Washington for the County of I /s/ JEROME L. JAGER of King. Attorney for Estate, In the matter of the estate of MICHAEL J 1010Logan Building STARIAK, Deceased. In probate No. I Seattle, Wash. Final 171889. Notice 1o creditors, t 7-5-63 Notice is hereby given that the under- .... signed has been appointed and has quail-/ HARRY HAZEL field as Administrator of the estate of 1016 Larson Building Michael Starlak, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said deceased t Yoklmo, Washington l are hereby required to serve the same t Attorney for Executrix IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE duly verified, on said Administration orf State of Washington in and for King F his attorneys of record at the address County. I below stated, and file the same with the 'nMt.beHolr fDetheeseES.tatle n fPrJbOHe N. oekuc ' ::lrvdlcCU'h.gseltxheroWnlthh Parfe; NO. 172153. Notice to Creditors. the date of first publication of this noflcce, Notice Is hereby given that the under- I or the same will be barred. sedan has been aaoointed__ and has aual- I Dote of firstTPUbllcatlon June 21stl I-t1963" tiled as executrix of the above estate J PEER A. KREMEN C , Administrator of said Estate. that all persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required 1o 1429 Washington Building, serve the some, duly verified, on said Seattle, Wash. executrix or her attorney of record at DARE, DUBUAR & DARE, the address below stated, and file the l Allarneys for Estate, some with the clerk of said court, to- 1429 Washington Building, gather with proof of such service, with- J Seattle, Wash. in six, months after the date of tlrstl FINAL 7-5-63 LAWRENCE K. MeDONELL Of REGAL AND McDONELL Attorneys for Estate $77 Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI Stale of Washington for the County 1 King. In the Matter of the Estate of KATH- LEEN THERESA TRACEY, Deceased. in Probate. No. 172054. Notice to Creditoi's Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE qualified as executrix of 1he estate of State at Washnglon for King County. KATHLEEN THERESA TRACEY, De-i In the molter uf the Estate of ROBERT ceased; that all persons having claims WILLIAM FISH, Deceased. In Probate. og0tnst said deceased are hereby re- No. 172201. Notice to creditors, quired to serve the same, duly verified, The undersigned Is 1he 'appointed and on said executrix or her attorney Of qualified Executrix of the obove-entitlodlrecord at the address below stated, and Estate. All persons having claims againsl file the same with the Clerk of said said Deceased ore required Io serve same I Court, together with proof of such serv- on said Executrix or her attorneys at 1he!ice within six months otter the date Of address below stated, and file some with i first publication of this notice, or the the Clerk at said Court, together wlthlsome will be barred. proof of service, within six monlhs ofter J Dale of first publication June 28, '1963. first publication of this Notice. I MARGARET E. TRACEY, Date of first publication: June 21 1963. | Executrix of sold Estate HELEN M. HEY FISH, 115 W. Olympic Place, 4741/2 Rain er Avenue South, Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Washington. t LAWRENCE K. McDONNELL MALONE & McBRIDE, ot REGAL AND McDONELL, Aflorneys tar Estate, Attorneys far Estate, 4741V= Rainier Avenue 5oath, 577 Dexter Horton Building, Seattle 8, Washington. i Seatt e, Wash. FINAL 7-5-63 1 Final 7.12-63 In 1948 and to Seattle In 1958. Was taken from Poland to Russla In 1939 as a Polish prisoner and released In 1941. Worked for the Baaing CO. as an engineer and later become a pro- fessor at the Oregon Technical In- stitute. Returned to Renton In 1960. At the time of his death he was an engineer for Seattle City Light. Sur- vivors: wife, Maria; son, Marian, Renton; and one grandson. Retsil O'NEIL, Thomas Francis 79, died June 18. Requiem June 24 our Lady of Lourdes Church, Vancouver. Inter- ment WIIlamette Notional Cemetery. Born In Humbolt County, Iowa. Come to Retsil in ;939; Member of Amer- ican Legion. Survivors: brothers, C. J. O'Neil and P. H. O'Neil, both of Ames, la., and C. B. O'Neil, Univer- sity City, Me.; sister, Mrs. Theresa Dunphy, Humboldt, la. Evergreen Funeral Home. Seattle BURKE, Miss Catherine, 87, 4139 42nd Ave. S.W., died Juno 18. Re- qulem June 26 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Dublln, Ire- land. Came Io Montreal in 1905 and to Sedflle about 50 years ago Hod been the housekeeper for the late Father Lanigan for more than 40 years. Member of the Confraternity of the Rosary. There ore no known survivors. John Kalln Funeral Home. CHENIER, Mrs. Harry (Mary J.), 3 N. W. 79th St., died June 18. Requiem June 21 St. John Church. BaNal Calvary. Born In Chicago, III. Come here 40 years ago. Survivors: husband, Harry U. Chenler; daughter, Mrs. Mary C. Erlckson, and two grandchildren, all of Seattle. Hoffner's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. OLASURDO, Joselh Michael, 47, 2337 13th Ave. E., died June 20. Re- quiem June 22 Mount Virgin Church. Born in Seattle. Graduated from Frank- lin High School, Member of the Italian Club. Survivors: wife, Georgia; two sons, Bruce and Geoffrey Colasurdo; step*daughter, Kittlanne Dworshak; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Angola Cala- surdo; three slsters, Mrs William Klontz, Mrs. Stanley Prasnlkar and Mrs. John Pompeo, and a brother, Louis J. Colasurdo, all at Seattle. CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. ]ames Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 Seattle, : Tacoma , "LATTNER, Mrs. Paul ,3., 47, died HENRfOT, Miss Winlfred, 224 N, G June 21 In Denver. Requiem "June 25 St., died June 19. Requiem June 22 Englewood, Cola, Burial Denver, Born St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. in Seattle and had lived here until , Born in Cowlitz. Come here in 1909. moving to Denver four years ago. Member of the Catholic Daughlers of Member of the St. Louis Church Attar America, the Sienna Club, the Asso. and Rosary Society. Survivors: hus- dates of Berrarmine, the Visitation band, Joul J4 three sons, Paul E., Retreat League and the Soroptomlsts. In the Army at Fort Lowton; Peter Survivors: brothers, Stanley, Toledo; J,, at the Whtdbey Island Naval Air sister, Mrs. Genevieve Sheppord, Lark- Station, and Grant A. Lattner, Denver; spur, Callf; and three nleees. Gaffney daughter, Lucllle M. Lottner, Denver; "Funeral Home. mother, Mrs, Irving H, Praff, and a brother, Irving H. Pratt, Jr,, both of KARWOSKh Walter, 62, 12916 $. Seattle. - : : Yaklmo-Ave., died June 16. Requiem .... .' June 21 Ss. Peter and Paul Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Baltimore, McGOVERN, Hurt, 75, 1315 E. Her. Md. Came here 58 years ago. Sur- risen St., died 3une 19. Requiem June vtvars: brother, Frank, Tacoma; two 22 St. Joseph Church, Burial Calvary. sisterS, Mrs. Eva Bothwell, Tacoma, Born In San Francisco. Come here In and Miss Marie Karwoski, Fircrest; 1911. He and his brother formed the numerous nieces and nephews. Cossedy salmon Brokerage of McGovern & and Alien Funeral Home. McGovern. Former state finance di- rector for the Democratic National BIRTHS Committee, former chairman of the Commerce Department, Fister.ies Ad, .. visory Committee. Chairman of the -BELLINGHAM--St, Joseph Hospital Washington State Progress C0mmlsslon. reports 'the following births to Mr. Member of the Broadmoor Golf Club :and Mrs.: and Rainier Club. Former member of Richard Nurse, boy, June 21. The Washington Athletic Club, Elks Club, Knights of Columbus and the LONGVIEW--St. John's Hospital re. American Red Cross. Survivors: wife, ports the following births to Mr. and Mnry M; son, Edward B. McGovern Mrs.:. Jr., Seattle; four daughters, Mrs. Ronald R. Rollins, boy, June 17. Stewart Sargent, Seattle; Mrs. Patricla Whittaker, Los Angeles; Mrs. Jack Fleck, Seattle; sister, Mrs, Lucy Drage, Oakland, and two brothers, Walter ^'cGovern, San Francisco and ArthUr McGovern, Seattle; 19 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. MORMAN, Albert W., 56, 001S 21st Ave. N. W., died June 21. Requiem June 25 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Barn in Bassett, Nab. Came here 53 years ago. Member of the Ballord Elks and Teamsters' Union. Owner of the Acme Heating Co." Sur-" Donald J. Polrier, boy, June 19. Floyd J. Van Fleet, girl, June 20. James A. Burgoyne, girl, June 21. Alvin Heltemus, girl, June 23. SEATTLE--Providence Hospltol re- ports the following births to Mr. and MiSs : Edward Terhar, girl, June 1S. James NIIson, girl, June 17. William Taylor, girl, June 17. Robert Bush, boy, June 18. William Honlin, boy, June 18. Donald Bylngton, boy, June lB. Dwain Hogan, boy, June 19. John Birbeck, boy, June 19. Larry Knudson, girl, June 19. vivors: wife, Geneveive; .two daugh- James McGuigan, boy, June 20. tars, Mrs, Robert Kether, Seattle, and D0nald P, ozek, boy, June 21. Mrs. George Hanson" Keflh son. Era1" ." : Damanlc Rossetto, boy, June 21. Merman, Manhattan Beach, Cagf.;. Wayne Morisset, girl, June 21. three brothers, Walter, Spokane and"" Itng Woo, bay, June 21. Richard and Robert Merman, both of Robert Morford, boy, June 21." Seattle, and three sisters, Mrs, Charles Robert Wetli, boy, June 22. Manlon, Seattle, and Mrs. Fred Ander- Terence Quinnett, glrl, June 23. son, and Mrs. Earl, Powell, both of Long Beach, Calif. Wiggen & Sons Funeral Home. PROSPERI, August j;, 8S 4122 wal .. Ilngford Ave. N., died June 24; Re- quiem June 28 St. Benedict Church.' Burial Holyrood. Born In Florence, Italy. Come here In 1901. Was a,J'e- tired ornamental plasterer, having deco- rated several Seattle theaters and the old Seattle Post Office building Had been a concert singer on radio sta- lton KOL in the early 1930's and song with the Amphlon Society, a cholr group. Member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors: son, Harry M., Seattle; doughier, Mrs.-EIva Waiters, Edmonds; sister, Mrs. Concetta Braccb Chi(:aga; and a sister in Italy. Hott- her's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. _ : - :  r ! ROBERTO, Joseph, 85, 21.10 18th Ave. S., died June 19. Requiem June 2'Z St. Peter Church Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Came here In 1908. Was a retired street maintenance worker. Survivors: wife, Mary; sons, Antonio, Renton; Sandy Roberto and Earl Rob- erts, both Seattle; two grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Columbia Funerat Home. ThoughtJui Service Al/ays, when your need is greatest . . . All Facilities on Ground Floor Level, Including Two Chapels CONVENIENT. SUPERVISED PARKING PROVIDED Adams ,,,o, '= ....................................................... ---=.-1- t