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@ II @ BUY WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Likes CLASSIFIED RATE: 30c PER LINE Forms Close Wodnesdoy, 4 P.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 901 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTO REPAIR TR,NSMISSION TROUBLES LA 5-6677 I CARPET WORK =:. PROGR. PHONE: MA 2.8880--Local 21 -:- RUG AND UPHOLSTERY &apos; .... CLEAN I NG In yoUr home.. : KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5.5450 5 CONTRACTING I & A CONSTRUCTION CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CONCRETE WORK, PATIOS, . = CARPORTS, PAINTING CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and Composition siding Free estimates. Guaranteed work. ColiC. R. MARCYES, EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place YARD, BASEMENTS AND TRASH CLEANUP. TREES CUT OR TOPPED. CLEMEN; EA 4-1981. .. SAVE 30OLD ' FINEST PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, WALLPAPER D I S P L A Y ON HAND. GENERAL CARPENTRY AND CEMENT WORK. FREE ESTIMATES. AT. 3-1836 OR AT. 3-6655 ] FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Moxl-Catesson 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. S-1480 I FOR RENT BEDRMS. $1,000 DN. INCLUDING CLOSING COSTS 2 BLOCKS -- ST. JOSEPH'S Quality, wall to wall carpeting and oppH. antes Included. $ bedroom Ideal family home. You'll be happy to own this one. Low FHA terms. Call Mary BREcelIn, EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700 BY OWNER Tile bath, tllo kitchen. Living room, din- Ing room. 2 bedrooms on main floor. 2 roams untlnlshed upstairs. Flnlshod recredflon room. Laundry and garage In basement. Large 1at fenced. 2 blocks to St; Johns. SU 3.6997. 1 BLOCK--ST. PHILOMENA ApproxTmately 1,450 sq. ft. main floor Full daylight finished basement. Double gorege. Wall to wall carpet through- ASSEMBLY HOTEL out. 9 units of built-In appliances. $23,-i e) Weekly, Monmly Rates. One-halt block I S00. TR 8.2958. Cathedral ...... " I@Lll I ....... I,i!l . ';'fV 31.74 .... ..... i,' ,., , :. ,i.. I ,J h: u FURNITURE_ .... TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVlCE LARGEST FU R.gT'uR'' Eastslde. Open Friday ovenlng. "Free FENDRICH RADIO & TV delivery," Credit. "Member St. Edward's Parish" RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE PA. 3-11/2 TU 5-1378 Redmond HELP WANTED WANTED TO BUY PREVENT FIRES ...... WANTED In Assumption Parish. 4 to 5 bedroom home. Price range $40,000 to WITH GOOD ELECTRIC WIRING $45,000. Reply to Box *'R', The Pros. e) FOR THE HOME ress. Low prices: small Jobs welcome ALSO, we install gas furnaces and water heaters. WANTED TO RENT REED WRIGHT Heating & Electric Co. TEACHER NEEDS LARGE UNFUR- NISHED HOME IN TACOMA AREA /'/ Q IO"1" AT,,).'3 ,")'A TO RENT or with option. Available , mid-August. Mrs. Robert C. Thomas HOUSEKEEPER for Rec0ry 206 N. Howard, Moscow, Idaho. TU 3- 7424. Two priests. Excellent living modatlon. Reply to Progress Box "P". BACHELOR APARTMENTS ST JOSEPH PARISH CONVENT AVAILABLE Needs a cook to live-In. Lovely aport- Now. $60 to $77. Includes heat, hot and ment furnished. Phone EA 4-0324 for cold water. Garbage disposal. See man- e appointment and further details. ' HOUSEKEEPERI One.priest rectory. Fine living quarterS, Refer to. Box KC, Pros- 907 ,.Ae.,,Sottle 98104.. LOTS FOR SALE SELL WITH THEM ager, Apartment No. 116. Union Arms & Manor Apartments, 604 E. Union. ST. JOSEPH'S bedroom house, w/w carpets, drapes, stove & Fried. 2 bath rooms, full base- ment, fenced yard. Call EA 5-9487 or LA 3-3915. CHRIST THE KING Unturnlshed: Spotless 4 bedroom, base- ment. 11034 Fremont Ave. N. PR 6- 3539 or LI. 2-2496. LEGAL NOTICES ACREAGE INVEST IN SUBURBAN ACREAGE 'Large profits, safe Investment. Call us for 10 500ores, n termsi  ;n,  ! ALPINE REALTY BA 6-2244 AL S-7796 EARL W. JACKSON Attorney Box 96 Battle Ground, Washington JN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THI :"State of Washington In and for th County of King In the Matter of the Estate of E. MAY DENNEE, Deceased. No. t77170` Notice to Creditors. DOWNEY ESTATE CL.YDB.t OPPOSITE SACRED HEART CHURCH 5 choice building sites, view of Lake Washington, Olympics and Mt. Rainier. NOTICE I$ HEREBY GIVEN that the All utilities underground. The only undersigned has been appointed and has choice lots left on the crown of the qualified as Executor of the estate of E. hill. Price $1f,500 to S14,500. ' May Dennee, deceased; that oil persons R. L. B. SWlNDLEY REAL ESTATE having claims against said deceased are 10341 N.E. Fourth St., Bellevue  hereby required to serve the same, duly Office GL 4-S19.g ...... Verified on said Executor or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof at such ser- vice w}thln six (6) months after the date at first publication at this notice, or the same will be barred. DATE at first publication the 7th day of August, 1964. ., /s/ H. F. WORTHINGTON Executor of Estate. c/o Earl W. Jackson P.O. Box 96 Battle Ground, Washington EARL W. JACKSON Attorney for Estate Box 96 Battle Ground, Washington Final $o21.64 Evenlr Mrs. Wohom, GL 4-2534 MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South . Ellis ...... PA 5-8100 e DELICIQUS,. home-made .broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, 09c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Bivd, NE (opposite Marshall School). METSKER MAPS Seattle--Tacoma--Par tland CiTY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN''COUNTY MAES" Everything In the Map Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. I WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So PA 5-2800 STUBSINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State EIc: No. 69 t732-161h Ave. EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2.5351 (nO toll) PHIL MclNTOSH Attorney Greenwood Block, 85th and Greenwood Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In. the Matter of the Estate of ESTELLE BURNETTE, Deceased. In Probate. No, 176998. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has qual- Ified as Administrator at the estate of Estelle Burnefte, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on eald Administrator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication at INs notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication July 3t, 1964. P. R. MclNTOSH Administrator at said Estate. $907 Linden Avenue Seattle, Wash. PHIL MclNTOSH Attorney for Estate Greenwood Block 8Slh and Greenwood Seattle, Wash. P--FInal 8-14-64 AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) , 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3.4296 V SOUTH HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated IN BURIEN Indlvldunl care for all typos and ages. Rates you can handle. For detailed into. phone owner. WE 7-6346--CH 3-356. Wash. State LIc. No. 491 WEST HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated In West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 (,Wash. stole ltc. No. 338). CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday MERCER.HOME $33 141h E. e WASH. STATE LIC. NO. NH383 Small, cheerful nursing home. Excellent food, reds. rates, professional nursing core. Catholic owned and operated. Chapel services for Protestant residents. Accomodaflon for summer residents. EA 3-2992. i- ,., , PERSONAL FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for infants as well as older children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by, the agency. I, If you are Interested, please call. MA 3.9065 . CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fos- ter Parents to care for newborn babes --Please' c01] Catholic Children's Serv- Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. PLUMBERS ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlngton for the County of Klng. In the Matter at the Estate at ALBIN W. OLSON, Deceased. No. 170972. NOTICE OF HEARING FINAL RE- PORT AND PETITION FOR DISTRI- BUTION. IN PROBATE. Notice Is hereby given that Alexander L cain, administrator at the Estate at Albln W. Olson has flied In the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle eald Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge sold administrator; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 21st day at August, 1964, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room at the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person inter- ested in said Estate may appear and file obtectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated this 20th day of July, 1964. Date of first publication July 24, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court By HAROLD POTTER SELECT PLUMBING & HEATING Deputy SERVICE ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Rad,=nt Heet,ng .., Retail Store .A, ttr.nev.L,,EsLat'_,.. I 1"" 4^CCADT  C('NC I 7.0 .JuaupH vuHu o.uy., L. k. IVlroo/'lX./ o( ok.J o Seatlle, Washington 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 FROM THE PROGRESS WALK TO ST. ANTHONY'S RENTON AVAILABLE AUG. 15 bedroom brick In top condition with 3,, basement. Wall to wail carpels, file bath, formica kitchen wtth stainless sink and dishwasher, eating space In kitchen. Large family room with fire- place and built-In bookcase. Full view lot, occenled by several fruit trees, Covered polio without door. Barbecue. FHA appraised, $17,300. Move In be- fore school opens, on approvol of credit with lease option at $125 per month. DALPAY & ASSOCIATES BA 6-6363 AL 5-7349 307 4th Ave., Renton, Wash. ST. BERNADETTE LOFTY PINE LACEY FIRS BURIEN AREA Drive down a paved street lined with Hawthorne trees on both sides Picture a snow white 1V2 story Cape Cod with velvety green lawns, hundreds of ornamental shrubs and trees, rose and grape arbors, leveral truIt trees and berries. Immaculate home features 3 bdrms., full basement, new roof, main- tenance free aluminum siding, den or 4th bedroom in basement. You pay only $200 down. FHA $t4,750. All of tho furni- ture is available. Hurryl Call CH 3.1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036.1s1 Avenue So. Sacred Heart BELLEVUE SCHOOL DAYS BE SETTLED IN PLENTY OF TIME In this delightful 4 bedroom, 2 baths rambler within easy walking distance of Sacred Heart School & Church. A /t. view location on a quiet street. Spa- ous recreation room on lower day- life level. In excellent condition Inside and out. Rocently pointed. Price $22,- 000` Includes excellent carpeting & draperies, Call Mr. Morrell, GL 4-7996 on this for on oppt. to see. WEST & WHEELER ASSOCIATES, INC. 10205 N.E. 1st GL 4-7996 ST. JOSEPH'S ALL ON 1 FLOOR Pretty living room, pleasant dining room, and a ti'lm neat kitchen. 2 bedrooms and bath. FHA Appraised Call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2.5626 VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 ST. JOSEPH'S CAPITOL HILL STORY BOOK COLONIAL Lovely large living room, fireplace, good size dining room. Beautiful modern kitchen. 3 bedrooms up, double plumb. Ing, 1 paneled room In basement. Go- rage on paved alley. Nice levol lot. S18,500. Coil Mrs. Manca, EA 2-$251 MERLEN J. MOORE CO. 405 15th East ' EA S-4000 ST. EDWARDS BEACON HILL Large family home on double lot, quiet neighborhood, shade trees, raspberries. View of lake and mountains. 5 bed- rooms, 1V2 baths, both up, with twin built In sinks and ceramic tile. Llvln0 room, dining room, dinette and NEW KITCHEN wth tormlco, birch cabinets and disposal. Full basement. This Is an aider home with modern features. Archi- tect designed. FHA $14,775. Owner, EA 3-5314. t BLOCK TO ST. LUKE'S Spacious newly decorated, 4 bedroom, 2 bath home. Beautiful patio & play area. $25,750. Call for appointment, PR 8-5639 or LI 2-5522. ST. PAUL'S 4 bedroom, Cape Cod, full finished base- ment. Open house weekends. 7038 S. 113th. PA 3-6500. ST. LUKE'S BY OWNER 3 bedroom, clean modern rambler, clr- cular floor plan. Vanity bath. W/w car- pot, drapes, carport, patio. Large fenced, tree studded yard. Ideal for children. $14,750. Private parties. LI. 6- _ 186S. 19533 Ist N.W. DIRECT FROM OWNER MIN. FHA OR MAKE OFFER Lorqe 4 bedrooms, walking distance to St. Joseph's, Holy Names, Prep. Fireplace, garogo, new root, shutters, downspouts & water healer. Exterior point, t223 20th E. Call EA 4.2486 or VI 2-2760. $2,000 BELOW COST bedrooms, 3 baths, 3-way view of Cas- cades, Olympics from top of Woodrldge. Built In, recreation room. 2 fireplaces, tlO, fenced, landscaping oll In. Close school. Bus to Sacred Heart. Price $27,500. SH 7-0766. ST. ANNE'S 4 BEDROOMS ' " " DOUBLE PLUMBING NEAR BUS AND SHOPPING $18,500 Call Mr. Garrison Evenings AT 2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 11V BOSTON AT :1-5511 2 NEW homes. West Seattle and White Center. By Builders. One with spec- tacular view. Owner. ME 2-4983. WE 5-4686. BD#MS. $13,950 St. Benedict's district family home, on bus line & near shopping. Lge. living rm: Separate dining rm. Full beret. :. MARIE MOSS REALTY 1716 N. 45th ME 2-4200 SU 3-4773 ST. ALPHONSUS 5633 Fifth N. Wes'l Lovely 4.bedroom home In pleasant ami- able northend district. Thle quality home has 3 bedrooms up, I down, fire- place, double plumbing, full basement and hardwood floors throughout. Lo- coled In St. Alphonsus Parish, this house has freshly pointed exterior and interior to complement Its master de- sign features. The children have 0 roomy yard to play In, with a fenced school playground across the street. SU 3-2448. DRIVE THEN CALL US 1120 16fh Ave. Large 6 bedroom plusl Just blocks from parochial s c h o o I s. Real top shape. Priced at $16,500 on conveotlonol bank terms. RYAN REALTY CO. 261 N.E. 45th ME 2-S825 Direcf From Owner Min. FHA or Make Offer Large 4 bedroom, walking distance to St. Joseph's, Holy Names & Prep. FIre- place, full basement, garage, new roof, gutters, downspouts & water heater. Exterior paint. 1223 201h E. Call EA 4-2486 or VI 2-2760. HOLY FAMILY 3 bedroom, near church and shopping. Nice view. Owner. 9434 22nd Ave. S.W. WE 7-9186. Older 3-Bedroom Home. Full Basement. 6 lock to St. Edward's. Reasonable. Call PA 5-9242. 1533 N.E. 95fh 5 YEAR SPLIT LEVEL 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, recreatln room, plus finished play area. W-w carpet. Drapes. Built-in range and dishwasher. Fenced yard with native trees. $31,500, JO HUNT LA 3-0707 Audience Rooms To Be Renewed VATICAN CITY (NC) -- The red damask wall coverings of the Vatican palace's second floor audience room are coming down. They are to be replaced by a velvet covering, which will probably be gray although it may vary from room to room. Some other decorations and furnishings of the rooms will be altered, but details have not yet been decided. CHRIST THE KING Full Basement 4 Bedroom'Hmii ' Redecorated & Floors 'Reflrtlshed Nice living room with flreplace separate dining. Recreation room, plus extra room, could be fifth extra bedroom. Detached Garage Priced at $15,750 FHA Terms $300 ALLOWANCE FOR PAINTING EXTERIOR CRAWFORD & CONOVER 8040:35th N.E. LA 3.3L FURNISHED[ 3 BDRMS.--$11,S00 St. John's 3 bedrooms on I level, fire- place, cab. oll furnace, basement, very clean. Owner moved to Colltornla and anxious for sale, Call Pat Hentschell (mem. Our Lady at tho Lake). HILLCREST REALTY LA 4-501( ST. JOHN'S Furnished: 5 room brlcl<, fireplace, double garage. 3 room apartment In basement. $70 month Income. V block to bus & shopping. Call evenings, SU 4-487S. LEGAL NOTICES J CORBETT; SiDER;US a LONERGAN Attorneys 847 Logan Building Sentle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Wacshinglon for the County of King in the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS J ARCHIE McDANIEL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 174342. Notice of Hearlng Final Report and Petition for Dlstribu. J tlon. Notice IS hereby glven that IDA O. McDANIEL, Admlnlstratrlx at the Estate! of THOMAS AREHIE McDANIEL, has; flied In the office of the Clerk of sold Court hal final Report and petition for dlstribuHon, osklng tho Court to seffle sald Report, dlstribute the property to the persons thereto entitle and to dls- charge said IDA O. McDANIELS; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 20th day of August, 1964, at 9:30A.M at the Court Room of the Probate De- portment of said Court, at whlch time and place any person Interested In sald Estate may appear an file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated this 22nd day of JuW, t964. Date of first publlcallon July 24, 1964. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk at sold Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN, Attorneys for Estate, 847 Logan Bultdnlg, Seattle, Wash. P--Flnef 8-7-1 ' BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Soattlo, Washlngton 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE . State at Washington In and for the County of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, corporetlon, Plalntlff, vs. CLAUDE  SNYDER and HELLEN JAYNE SNYDER, his wife, Defendants. Summons by Publication No. 624378. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: CLAUDE E. SNYDER and HELLEN JAYNE SNYDER, his wife, detendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days offer the first pub- Ilcatlon of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 7th day of August, 1964, and defend the above en- titled action and the above entitled cause and answer the complaint bf the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plnlntiff at their office below staled; and In case of your failure so to do, o Judgment will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has boen filed wth the clerk of eald court, The obtect of this action Is to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, Washington, described as: Lots 4;I and 44, Block 7, Allentown Addition to the C'Ity at Seattle, ac- cording to plat recorded in Volume 12 of Plots, page 1100, In King County, Washington, and to obtain a deficiency ludgment for the bolonce due on o promissory note secured by said mortgage and for the other and usual Incidents to the fore- i closure of a real estate mortgage. ROBERT H. LAMB Brumbach & Hennessey Attorneys for Plaintiff FInal S-7-64 Final 9-11-64 Lay Retreat Schedule No Retreat Cathedral of St. James, Seattle. Holy Rosary, Edmonds The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Mea'E Retreat House) " (Women's Retreat House) ' August 1616 St. Thomas, Camas St. Plus X, Mountlake Terrace Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver . .... ,. St. James, Vancouver St. 3oseph, Vancouver St. Philip, Woodland August 17 - 20 Midweek Retreat August 21-23 St. Alphonsus, Seattle Sacred Heart, Battle Ground Sacred Heart, Lacey Star of the Sea, Port Townsend St. Cecilia, Winslow Diary Disproves Cardinal's Opposition VATICAN C I T Y (NC) -- A page of the late Domenico Car- dinal Tardini's diary published in the Vatican City daily Os- servatore Ramona, apparently lays to rest the oft-repeated rumor that the cardinal was chagrined by Pope 3ohn's idea of calling an ecumenical coun- cil. The entry under the date of 3an. 20, 1959, reads: "Important audience. Yester- day afternoon His Holiness re- flected and meditated on the program of his. pontificate. "He had three ideas: Roman synod, ecumenical council, up- dating the Code of Canon LEw. He wants to announce these three points next Sunday to the cardinals after the cere- monies of St. Paul. "I say to the Holy Father (who is questioning me) 'I like things that are beautiful and new, Now these three points are very beautiful and the manner ef first announe- ing them to the cardinals is new (but linked to ancient papal traditions) and is most opportune.'" Dublin Airport Has New Church DUBLIN (NC) -- A new $40,000 church for Dublin Airport, built by contributions from airport employees and firms, has now been opened opposite the airport's m a  n entrance. A statue of St. Patrick, pre- sented to the Irish interna- tional airline, Aer Lingus, by the 691h Regiment of the New York National Guard, will oc- cupy a place of honor in the church. In O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. John B. Carroll, S.J., died August 7, 1920. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Lambert Burton, O.S.B., died August 9, 1943. The Rev. John Forhan, S.J., died August 11, 1916. Bremerton SIMMONS, Mrs. Walter J. (Dorls), 40, formerly of Trncyton. Died July 28. Requiem Aug. 1 Our Lady Star of the Sea Church Born In Detroit Lakes, Mlnn. Lived In this area since 1940. Survivors: husband; daughter, MIss lone Slmmons, Rutherford, New Jer- sey; father, Andrew Swanlund, Tracy- ton; four brothers, Stanley, Tracyton, Marvin, PouIsbo, Arthur, Philadelphia, and Eugene, Vaux 1.1o11, New Jersey; one sister, Mrs. H. E. (Gladys) Bry- an, SIIverdale. MIller Reynolds Funeral Home. Marysville ZEILI$S, Julius, 42, 1056, Beech St., died July 29. Requiem Aug. 3, St. Mary Church. Born In Latvia. Surviv- ors: wife, Tekln, two daughters, Anna and LHy at home; his mother and five brothers In Latvia. Schaefer Funeral Home. Seattle ACKERMAN, Mrs. Gloria Jane, 40, 1108 E. Yesler Way, died July 28. Re. qulem Auaust I St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born In Newark, N.J. Came here eight years ago. Survivors: daughter, Miss Sharon Russo, Seattle; son, Michael Russo, San Francisco; father, Virgil T. Knlerlm, Sr., Seattle, and brother, Virgil T. Knlerlm, Jr., San Francisco. Johnson and Sons Funer- al Home. DEFOE, Frank S., 83i clll July 29. Requiem August 3 St. Edward Church. Born In Bayfleld, Wls. Came here In 1919. Surviving Is a niece, Mrs Mar- garet CIIne, Seattle. FOLEY, William H., 00, 4111 N.W. 77th St., died July 26. Requiem July 30 Holy Rosary Church. Entombment Holy- rood. Born In Logansport, ind. Came here in 1918. Survivors: wife, Rosina, and a sister, Miss Mary Foley, Seattle. West Funeral Home. J Frldy, Aucjusf 7, 1964 THE PROGRE.SS-_Z- Memoriam ....... ............... Seat.e Requiem Mass: MEATH, Robert Q., 45 1S06 2nd Ave. ... st. Ann, Church. Eurol M=he ..... Du.n For Mlnn Born In Fargo, N;D. Came ; w" hero 50 years ago. Survivors: husband, ...... I-- I Knights of Columbus. Survivors: broth- ,-, ers W E. Meeth and Harry Meath,'" Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Olaf Rosvold,  : " Mrs. Gerald Sullivan and Mrs. Rich- :Requiem high Mass was suing ard Almquist, all Seattle, and .Mrs, i .Wednesday by the Most Re CIItton Lee, Everett. Booth-Ashmore . Funeral Home, OSBORNE, Mrs..Margaret IE.; 73;" ernd Thomas E. Gill. V.GI 325 N. 103rd St., died August 1. Re- Auxiliary Bishop of SeaPJe, at. quiem August 4 Church of Christ the King, Born ,n Calumet; Mich. Came 't.e convent of the GOod $1e here 50 years ago Survivors: husband, John J.; stepsons, John G. Osborne herd for Mother Mary Assump.  and Frederick J. Osborne, both Se- attle; three sisters, Mrs. Rose Much- tion, 78, superior of the Home I*nsk, Soap Loke, Mrs, Agnes Birdie,, of the Good Shepherd, i ;wIlb and Mrs Mary Matkovich, both Enum- , claw; brothers, Joe and Peter Loush Enumclaw, and Matt Loush, Renton; one grandchild. GREen Lake Funerol Home. POTTS, Mrs. John (Catherine), 80, 4820 Burke Ave. N., died July 31. Requiem Angust 4 St. Benedict Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Hammond, WIs. Came here In 1890. Survivals: son, Melvin; daughters, Mrs. Mary LeCount and Mrs. Sam Glnsberg; bro- thor, Gus O'Brlen, all Seattle; four grandchildren and two great-grandchil- dren. Hoffner's Ffsher-Kalfu Funeral Home SERVlZI, Mrs. Rlcco (Laura), 69, died Monday. .' s,' Mother Mary Assumpti;h:  baptized Margaret McEiff, was bern in New Bliss, County. Monaghan, Ireland. She made her religious profession in ]14 and took final vowsin 19t901 the mother house of the Order of the Good Shepherd in St. paul, Minn. 6534 4th Ave. N.W., died July 26. She celebrated her golden Requiem August 3 St. Alphmlsu| jubilee February 11. Church. Burial Holyrood. B o r n. in , Mother Assumption worked Minneapolis. Came here.65 years age.. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. th the Magdalene Sisters, Thomas Stewart, Arlington; one gra'nd. son. Hoffner's Flsher-Kolfus Funeral .Good Shepherd girls who on- Home. tered the religious life. Later, Tacoma she became assistant superior' EKSTEDT, Miss LIblID Marll 17, of-the Portland, Ore., convert%: Winlock, died July 30, Requiem Mass and n 927 came to Seatte-,as Aug. 5 Sacred Heart Church. B0rn ]n Tacoma and lived there most at bar . assistant superior. life. She would have been a seltIQr .a| ,, Wlnlock High School. Attended Mt. Ta- "Sh(" was superior of the homa High. Survivors: parents, Mr. House of Lhe Good Shepherd from 1930 to 1936 and from/93' and Mrs. Lawrence Ekstedt, Wlnlock; lwo brothers, Richard and Mldhael of. the home; and a slster Debra of the home. Cassedy & Allen Mortuary. Vancouver MURRAY Janet, 7?, &.08 N.E 124ffi Ave., died August 2. :Requlom Mos Aug. S St. Joseph Church. Born .in Dillon, Montana. Lived In Vancouver past 22 yearS. SUrvIvors: 3.11one, Henry Murray, Crockett, Calit., Joe Murray, Ridgefleld, Wash.; 4 daughters, Mrs. Mildred Gallatin, Mlssoulo, Mont.; Mrs. Emma Krelnbrlng, Bush Prairie, Wash., Mrs. Grace Rasmussen, Vancouver, and Mrs. Nary Ann Atloy,..Long..IMoch Ca if.; 20 grandchildren and 20 great- grandchildren. Hamllton-Mylon Funeral Home. to 1948. She held the same. of- rice in Denver and Spokane,.Te-. l'ning again as superi0r:.o Seattle in 1963 ..... : .: . Mother Assumption. i s -..'-i rived by nieces, Sister M a r y Teresa, assistant superioi; of the Good Shepherd convent in Portland: Sister Mary Conso- .-lata, Visitation Convent, St. Paul; and Mrs. Russell We- gand, St, Paul. ..... : Seattle FRANEY, Lt Col. John E., 44, Fort Carson, Colo., "died July 27. Requiem August 4 Chapel at the PInes, Fort I.owton. Burial Fort Lawton. Born In-,Bakerstield Calf. "Was foerly Chlet of Training a'f X Corps, Fort Lawfoh. Had served 22 years In the Army. Among medals awarded to him were the Bronze Star with Oak Leaf Cluster and the Army Commendation Medals with clusters. Survivors: wife, Virginia; sons, Timothy, Steven and Chris Franey, oll Seattle; mother, Mre. Winlfred FREney, and brothers, Jnmes, Joseph and Patrick Froney, all Bnkers- flefd; Adorns Forkq-er" Funeral 'Home, GOLUBIN, Mrs. Bill (Jane F.), 68, 1120 ISth Ave., dleq July 28. Requiem July 31 Immaculate Conception Church. Entombment Holyrood. Born tn Elk. horn, Mont. Came here 30 years ago. Survlvors: husband; son, James F. Sheehan, Seattle; stster, Mrs. Mac Ray- mond, Butte, Mont. Author Dies KANSAS CITY, Mo. (NC)-- The Rev. Gerald Kelly, S.J., 61, moral theologian and writer, died in a Kansas City hospital August 2. He was stricken with a heart attack 3uly 2 while teaching at Rockhurst College here. Father Kelly was the au- thor of several books and a number of articles dealing with the moral aspects of medical, surgical and hospital practices. His first book, "Modern Youth..and Chastity," published in 1941, was translated into sev- eral languages and sold more than a million copies. OUR PARISH I "And now, Martha Rosebush will tell us about her family camping trip through the Rockies" John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Oned and Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In the Hearl o t the Medical Center Births ABERDEEN -- St. Jossph Hospltol reports the following blflhs to Mr. and. Mrs.: Ray R. Cook, glrl,-y,.,ll,. Harold S. Craln, glrb July,;'4, Rlchad D. Petersen, boy, July 12. John D. Gagliardo, boy, July 15. James D. Pierce, boy, July 16.. Lawrence N. Baker, boy, July 24. BELLINGHAM: St. Joslph Genital Hospital reports the following.births to Mr. and Mrs.: Harlon Todahl, boy, July 29. Martin Relchltn, girG.;J SEATTLE--Providence HOspllof re. ports the follewlnl Blrthe to Mr. and Mrs.: Israel RiDs, boy, July 28. Hernando Carlno, boy, July George Gregg, glrb July 28. Kelth Eldred, girl, July 29. Ronald Moreheed, boy, July 29. Ronald Hart, girl, July 29. "' .... ". Harold Jacobson, glrd July.30, .... William Ferron, boy, JJy 30: L. '" Joseph Toutonghl, boy, July $I. John DUTTy, boy, Aug. 1. " Darce Lamb, girl, Aug. 1. Donald Glenn, boy, Aug. 2. J. Cameron McKernan, boy, Aug. 11, Russell Smith, boy, Aug. 3. James Hfggins, girl, Aug.'3. TACOM.--. Jo,.b .o.,to, the followlnB births to Mr. and Gary Smlth, boy, July 1.. , . Joseph Podesek, boy, JulY "I. " Alex L. Brockwell, boy, July 1. Robert Reynolds, boy, July ,4, Daniel Adsero, girl, July 4. Charles Hiles, boy, July 6. James Boyce, girl, July 7. Morton Luba, boy, July $. Earnest Marly, boy, JulY IL Plus Hager, boy, July. S. " Larry LaVERgne, boy, .July |. Robert Grear, boy Jlly g.. k'_-" L Wilfred Lopez, girl, July 9. William J. Labrle, girl, July 9, .-" William D. Taylor, bdY, July 9. Robert Shelborg, girl, July 11. William Hayes, girl, July 11. Victor Kaperick, boy, July lt. Roger Cameron, girl, July I1. James Graham, twin girls, July 11. Ralph Lester, girl, July 1. . " Frank W. D'AnDrea, glrl,July 1|, Edwin Menottl, boY, July 13.  .: Terranco Frantz, boy, July 14. . Merle Sterling, girl, J(dy t5. Robert Wellentln, boy',: July t5. Ray L. SEEn, girl, July 16. . Terry McMonogle, girl, July 16. William Ehll, girl, July 17. John Maes, glrl, July 19, Donald Cloquet, glrl, July 21. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Chgmllrs, .' girl, July 22. Robert Erwln, boy: JUly ..... ; I I Ill FISHER.KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Servina Catkoll Families -,-- Over Thirty Yoars .... ' ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 508 Norfk 36th Seaffl, :GEORGE HOFFNER Owner. , ...... Garry Palmer, girl, July 22. ' - James :Schmldt, boy, July ,22, .. Douglas Erwin, boy, JOly: 22. -'- .-",- Louis Pazar, boY, July 2 ,- "..U,,.'Y Rk:bard Letourneau, gll;I, JuW "1.,"" "Francis'Sherman, boy, July 23. , Axel Peferson, boy, July 24. Thomas McGrath, boy, July 24. Joseph Harthe, girl, July 25. John Boshvlch, glrl, July 26. William A. Cullen, boy, July 28. Larry E. Lehman, glrl, July 29. : Edward Hogan, girl, July 30. WIIIIom Forrell, boy, July 30. . DeaRC. Norton, boy, d61y 31ft'rA i Jack M. TangnW, boy, July 31. CASSIDY 82;.iFuneral Horn ]amu Caidy, Vice Pre. , EVERETT : e0] OaKeS aL:J00.it00; T. ::. ,:.. ., k GAFFN00Y -.," : .;, (. ,; .. , .,- 00TNERAL HoME I. Sk .IPOII . : L: ," .. Sok Ydd  llh '