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II BUY WITH THEM PROGRI!SS SELL WiTH THEM RATE: 30 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 CLASStFmO 1107 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extension 21 i AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S New & Used Cars & Trucks Please ok for DAN WALTON ll 4-5440 (Res. WE 7-5130) BUY NOW AND SAVE!I ALAN GREEN CHEVROLET 100,000 mile guarantee on all new cars i BICYCLES EICYCLES: New & Used. 16.1n. trlke $1t. Tubes $1 ea. Michael Elverston. $442 Dallas Ave. South. PA 3-2605 IUSlNESS oPPORTUNITIES VOLUNTEER PARK 5 BEDRMS. VALUE--SPACE--AND MORE 2 bedrooms on first floor; 3 on second floor. Double plumbing. Full basement. Already FHA appraised, only $14,000, Call Mary Brocelln, EA3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS 1550 OLIVE WAY EA5.0700 SACRED HEART VILLA Comfortable 2 bedroom full basement home. Wall to wall carpotlng. 2 refrig- erator freezers. Range. Fine neighbor- hood. Some view. Ready for OCCUpancy. DRIVE BY; 4553 51st Ave. N.E. FHA $1(;;00 DN. -- $118 MONTHLY CALL LA 3-5941 FOR APPOINTMENT PETRICK REALTY CO. AD 2-0900 i LOST AND FOUND REWARD Taken from purse, $3, Snohomlsh County Property tax receipt, Spokane Ambu- lance statement, medals, prayer cards and various noles. WE 7-5128 evenings. MISC. FOR SALE MR & MRS STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe US. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis , PA 5-8100 ANTIQUE SHOP FOR SALE. Local. Es- OLYMPIA-WO--RL-D-S FINEST tobllshed end prominent. Write Prog- I PORTABLE TYPEWRITER ross, Box "E." Authorized Dealer I ALL OFFICE EQUIPMENT CO "  I EM 2-6326 , CARPET WORKC RPE OR OELlchoc-  j elates. Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. , v ........ .. J Candy Kitchen 599 Ravenna Blvd NE CLEANIN ' ' In your hom'e. I (opposite Marshall School). i NURSING HOME STUBBINGS NURSING HOME i YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 "Catholic operated" Tom McEIroy LA 24671 Private cases only. State LIc. No 69 1732-16th Ave. CA. 3-6061 CONTRACTING AUSTIN'S NURSING FOR ROOF REPAIRING, now roots, HOME " Buffers and downspouts, Asbestos end 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. composition siding. Free estimates. Excellent Food Guarontesd work. Call C. R MARCYES. (Wash. State LIc. No. 240) EA. 4.1NSl 840 Poplar Place 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class t. LIc. No 475 -- EX 2.5351 (no tell) ..: antes. Up tO 5 years tO pay = i PA 24463 PERSONAL -' FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT INFANT' HOMES NEEDED Foster par- ants urgently requested for new born TORTILLAS babies. Also summer placements for LA MEXICANA MexI-Cafessen school age children Catholic Children's Services 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE 5-1480 1310 No I Street '" , Tacoma .. FOR  f Broadway 293 FOSTER HOMES ASSELY HOTEL NEEDED J 1 BLOCK TO ST. JAMES We have on urgent need for temporary IBnder new management. Redecorated /foster homes tar Infants as well as Clean, warm rooms. Pensioners wel.!older children. Beard rote, medical core come $40 month up. and clothing ore provided by the agency. . 023 Madison -- MA 3.4174 lit you are Interested, please call MA 3-9065 Grodous ondSTl:OJ?:EP:collent family CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES home. 4 bedrooms. Seporato dlnlngFLICENSED PRACTICAL NURSE, In St. room. Breakfast nook and large kltch- Peter's parish will take two patients. an. Basement Finished 3rd floor Close One ambulatory, one Invalid. Private to bus line Volunteer Park and Ste- I home. Coil after Sunday, EA9-1949. EENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, nter or, exter or. nsured Refer- )NE. BEDROOM HOME. Unfurnished. CCOMMODATION for permanent or temporary ambulatory guest, (gentle- man) In private home St. Joseph's UNFURNISHED APARTMENT NEAR ST JOSEPH'S, GROUP HEALTH, MARKETS, BUS. Heated. Appliances. Qulot. Cleon. One Bedroom, $45; Two bedroom corner, $68.50 1511 E. Mercer. vans School. EA 3-6215. t PLUMBERS Clean. Near bus and shopping. Appli- ances. $55. Gas heat. PA 2-4050 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . , Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS parish. EA 2-8919 or EA 2-6150. 4501 9th Ave. N;W. SU 3-6850 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" Reliable PA. 3-1172 Queen VACANT LOT COMFORTABLE quiet room. gentleman. Privileges. 1629 Anne Ave. North. FOR RENT: Sleeping rooms with or with- out kitchen privileges. Reasonable. PFP New COLONIAL 4 BDrms HOMES FOR SALE RANGE--OVEN-DISHWASH ER 3 baths Isf TIME ADVERTISED SOMETHING NEWI SOMETHING DIF- FERENT! and in a close in area. The builder hod the home owner in mind when he built this lovely Colonial. Drive out today and let one of our representatives show you this magni- ficent home located south of 165th. On sewers One block to city bus. Full price $20,200. Call on Ad. 4-A, Pic- ture Floor Plans Inc, 18332 Aurora Ave. Li 2-3184 " " "..@i.::!:!!:;i :::::: :. iii!i::iii:  :!i iii i -- ':..  :i:::. OWNER DESPERATE $15,750 4 BDRMS.BSMT. ONLY 4 BLOCKS TO ASSUMPTION. A top quality home in a top .district. Re- decorated In and out. Owner can't maintain two homes, SO will consider any and all offers. NEW NEAR ST. CATHERINE'S. 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths. Two fireplaces. Large rec- reation room. Built-ins, huge sundeck with view. ACTION RLTY--SU. 2-4400 "FEVER HOT" $63.90 MO. IT'S DE-LOVELY Streets, sidewalks, sewers  V block from school. This teenage beauty "HAS IT ALLI" Fireplace, gordge, hardwood, lovely level fenced yard (75x125). Nothing fo compare at $10,750, YOU'LL LOVE ITI Best's Inc., LA5-6116. 17 Rooms Magnificent, Mansion type home In the Broadway District, near Cornish School 4 baths, fully furnished. 70x100 APARTMENT ZONED setting $3,560 yearly Income--asking $,500 -- Submit YOUR TERMSI Mutual Realty, Inc., 4728 University Way. Coil LA4-1776 on Ad 141. MERCER ISLAND--$25,350 FHA TERMS--10% bOWN HERE IS A VERY COMFORTABLE HOME ON ONE FLOOR, with an ex- tremely livable plan for a family. Three bedrooms, 2 baths, separate family room with 2rid tireplace. Large fenced yard. Walking distance to public and parochial school, includes carpets and drapes. Call for appointment. AD 2-2575 anytime. GLENDALE REALTY So Mercer Island Shopping Center Mile Long! Rmbler I/2 Acre (I 40x 177) INSIDE CITY 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS DOUBLE GARAGE $22,950 Low Down Pymf. Solid brick--plaster, decorator Inferlor 16 years old--3 bedrooms and den-- 1,724 sq. ft. on one level plus huge day- ISle basement with 18'x27' finished rec. reatlon room--Piano-sized living room-- log-sized tlreploce--deep rich (otmost new) woll-to-wnll rugs Included -- true family kllchea  double detached brick garage--V2 3ere of porkltke ground, 2 /)olios. Just listed, for the key, call EM 3-3282 on Ad No. 389. L. P. MARTIN, INC. PFP VACANT COST DOWN OUR LADY OF THE LAKE CONTRACT 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS VIEW $14,950 Real sharp and clean, 3 bedroom, base- ment home In ever popular Meadow. brook. Walking distance to all schools. Nice view of Volley. Just costs down and $100 month will put you right In this lovely home before school starts. NEW FURNACE, basement, garage Call EM4-1180 on Ad No. 1163; Pic- ture Floor Plans Inc. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM. 4-1180 ST. PAUL PARISH 3 BEDROOMS $50 DN.--FHA $12,250 Gleaming rambler Just 8 years old situ- ated on level lob city sewer, and lust 3 blocks from city bus. Thts spotless beauty has spodous living room, dining room, big kitchen, separate utility room, modern bath, 3 fine bedrooms and attached carport. It has a new root, new ele:trlc heat, gleaming oak floors and has bee'1 professionally re- pointed inside and out. Already FHA appraised and available on the easiest at terms. Our exclusive. Call PA 5-3220. South End Brokers, Inc, 12540 Renton Ave South 4 BEDROOMS $13,500 VIEW 6 BDRMS. 2 BATHS $260 TOTAL MONEY YES IT'S TRUEI . . only $260 Is oil the money that is needed to move Into this spacious family home near Roosevelt High School and University, with a terrific territorial view For more In- formation coil, LA 5.4343 ON HOME 43 or stop In at 6717 Roosevelt Way NE. BENTON'S REALTY, INC. ST. JOSEPH'S A very attractive 4 bedroom home In Crescent Drive Area. Profly entrance and day rooms. Breakfast room. 1 baths. Home In excellent condition. ALSO FOR RENT: a good 7 bedroom home. $175 per month. Call Mrs Mur- phy, EA 2-2710--LA 2.5626. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 4Sth LA 2-..626 ST. JOSEPH'S NEAR VOLUNTEER PARK 4 BEDROOMS. Modern kitchen. New roof. New G.E. furnace. Basement. Big yard. FHA appraised $13,750. Immediate possession. McCUTCHEN REALTY EA 2-5611 or MA 4-2377 ST. ANNE'S LARGE DINING ROOM, den KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM and BATH, MAIN FLOOR 4 BEDROOMS AND BATH UP REDUCED TO $16,000 CALL MR. GARRISON, AT 2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 11/2 BOSTON AT 3-551 ASSUMPTION DUTCH COLONIAL, lovely 3 bedroom family home, completely redecorated. New birch and formica kitchen. Break- fast bar, built.In range and oven. Din- Ing room, log sized fireplace In large living room. Full basement, cabinet oll furnace, patio, detached garage. Price at FHA appraisal at $17,800. Shown by appointment LA 2-0392. OLYMPIA--Capitol view. 3Y bedrooms large corner lot," automatic heat, hard- wood, garage, basement. 2 blocks St. Michael's School, C h u r c h. $13,950. Terms, Owner. Route 1, Box 11, Olym- pia HOLY FAMILY PARISH 4 bdrms., 2 baths, 2 fplcs., roc room. 8 year old brick rambler, HW heat, fenced yard, 1V= blocks to school, 2 blocks shop and bus. Imm. Occ. Below appraisal. SOUND INVESTMENTS Situated In'a mammoth lot (13,192) -- ' : WE 7 410 fruit & berries, Here's a real large l. , " nt 1 BLOCK ST ALPHONSUS family home for real cou ry living --t v=* ^.= =. mn nm u^ S room Cape Cod 3rd bedroom finished ol m oosemem Excellent condition Ownor MORE REALTY CH 2-1___ 16047 Hlway 99 S. (day or nile) . SU 3-5327. ......... NEAR Hay Rosary 3 bedrooms Vanity k,/ Jl IJl--.', both. Wall to wa'll carpet Full base- ./I. l..%Jl'l-- ,,,J j merit By owner. $11,475 WE 5-4497 rx/ .x/klr-'t -- O'+w" - D l"  VV J" , Early American Style, 2 bedroom base- ONE-HALF MiLE TO CHURCH AND SCHOOL 4 bedroom rambler. Approxi- mately 2,000 sq. ft. living area. Fully carpeted. Drapes. Two full baths. Large family room. Sewers Lot 9Ox120. Re- maining mortgage at $15,000 at 4V=% full price $25,000; will FHA. 18504 2nd N,W LI 6-1288 WEDGWOOD FULL BASEMENT OUR LADY OF THE LAKE. A clean 3 bedroom home, situated on corner lot. Nicely landscaped and fenced rear yard. Covered porch entry to large carpeted living room with Arizona Stone fire- place. 2nd fireplace In recreation area in basement plus room tar one more bedroom. Double detached g a r a g Priced at $20,750. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open Washlngton's oldest real est. firm daily 10 a.m. 'ill 9 of night. Call SH 6- 8040 35th Ave N.E LA 3-5555 9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. 6 BEDROOMS; $31,500. Lovely modern colonial; hot water heat; recreation room; dishwasher; disposal; 2 fire. places; family eating area In large ipanelled kitchen. 419 N.E. 88th Close to Seattle University. 1026 James HERR HOMES 1,* /A 00707 Custom Bu t on Your Lot ......... " ..... 1032 sq ft doyltte bsmt ............. $ 9,899 - ,,., .... .., J 1272 sq ft dayllte bsmt . $11 485 J FURNITuK= 2274 sq ft Split Level ............... $11,899J / 1272 sq ft Rambler ................ $ 9,495 i LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the' Write or Phone for Brnrhur. Eastsldo Open Friday evening. "Free I WE WILL DESIGN A-H-0ME I delivery" Credit I , TO FIT YOUR NEEDS RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE These homes o= e^ .... ,- I Redmond .... ,,,p,e,e I Tu s137, exo NOTICES " ept Interior pointing I "' i Exc,us,ve 5o,e. o.,ce ,or I LEGAL Herr Homes i GREETING ;ARDS M '  I cKENZIE REALTY ARDS 1217-Des Molnes CH 3-3800 GREETING C KANE & SPELLMAN HALF PRICE CHRISTMAS CARDS I For Toll Free Calls From North Afforneys for Estate, GIFT WRAP -- RIBBON - I " 907 Arctic Building LA 2 4671 and East of Seattle PA3 4242  I Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE LEGAL HELP WANTED NOTICES sto.o of Washington tar the County  " of King WA.TED COOK .OUSEKEEPER FoRI LEGAL NOTICES "   ,n the Matter or the Estate of ALO- , PARISH RECTORY. WRITE THE AN nnP-RESS "BOX B " I   . ..... S F. STITCH Deceased. In Pro- ORBETT, S DER US & LONERG YSIU ......... ' ...... --- -- I Allorney, tar EStall I bate. No. 168876. Notice of Hearing WANTED: SALESMAN TO SELL THE J --- e=D=n,==e  n-*,u 847 Logan Bldg. I Final Report and Petition for Dlstri- + MOST E UT U C B LE ' Seattle, Wash. but on I EVER PUBLISHED. EM. 4-7482. t Attorneys ......... for Estoto, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I Notice" Is hereby given that Joseph 041 L.ogan UuIlamg k--[t;--l Seatfe Wash S!ote. of Washington for the County iS . Kane Administrator of the Estate household, 3 adults, 2 school age chlloliN THE 'PERIR -Ll'n T e F .ru= at Img !of Aloyslus F. Stitch, has filed In the + dren. Salary open, LA S+9748. State of+Nosh nglo, + f'or" the Coun"ty InRt.heR.;<f tDheecEea14e (f GpEOIIE i?ifnflol e R f O he nClerk..., Of .sald_.Court. hls of K ng , . ..... .. * ' P "( a a petition tar alSTrlDUTIOn, n the Matler of the Estate of BLANCHE ro. wzsu/. NOTiCe to Creditors .asking the Court to sett ead Report   I ............ Notice Is hereby given that the under-idlstribut e the arooertv to the oorsons , ImlP-A/ MI'I'IPC J o 26<'NoUtcCea7"crldltor rOOare" signed has been appointed and hositheret o entltled-and-io discharge said |lk llLl=%ll IllVO0lhn I ,^;^ . ^ ,,, ,,,^ .k., ,,, "... , qualified as Admlnlstratrlx of the es'iAdmlnlsfrator' and that said Report and; Ilslan,has "ebeer :olnt' "and"er[ tote of George R, Reading, Deceased; Ipetmon will be heard on the 24th day I   '" I that a persons having claims against tot Seplember 1963 at 9"30 A M at the ^ePum^ ,=,=,=,,,  nn,AL,,', Iquallfled as Administrator of the estate said deceased are hereby rulred to i ...... " . .._' _ ." . 3: ' . . 'M,,,=,.n==,.,, r,=n, = ,, lot Blanch M Sauer Dceased - ht I , ..our oom or rne 'rooore uepormem Atlorneys for Estole, tall -ersons Ii"avin- claims'a-olnst 'eat'el;serve the same duly verified, on said of said Court, at which time and place 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. Jdecesed are hereby require 1o serve iadmlnistrah'lx or her attorneys of record !any person Interested In said Estate Seattle, Wash. Ithe sam- dul  verified on said adin . at the address below stated, and file lhelmaY appear and file oblectlons thereto IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEilstrotor or Is attorneys at record"at [same wilh the Clerk at said Court, to- and contest the some. State of Washington for the County th,, nndre below tatl and file the !gather with proof at such service within Doted this 22nd day of August, 1963. of King  --...--.. _..- . ' ..... six months offer the date of f rot pub- Date of first ubllcatlon Au---" ' same wlm tne Llerx at sala LOUrl, tO- ,, tlo f "his notice or th sam- will , uu. ,u, In the Matter of the Estate of ELIZA- .,,.. ,,,=,, ,,^+  ..h =,,,,,. ,,*,, ,CO n o = ,  1963. BETH HOSKO, Deceased. In Probate. ix"o; ' ;;';" t'e+la't'e+oi";rst"'u;: be barred. NORMAN R. RIODELL, No. 172954. Notice to Cred(fors. Ilealion of ths not ca or the same 111 Date of first publication August 30, Clerk at said Court. Notice Is hereby given that the under- be barred ' 19C3. By R. M. ALLENBACH signed has been appolnled and has quail- Date of" first ubllcatlon August 30 ELIZABETH C. READING Deputy. fled Executrix of the estate of Ellza- 1963 , u , Admlnistralrlx of sold Estate. KANE & SPELLMAN c/o 847 Logan Bldg. Attorneys for Estate, Seatlle-lst National Bank, Metropoli- tan Branch, Trust Deportment. By: Trust Officer c/o $47 Laban Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Administrator of Said Estate CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Estate, 8"47 Logan Building $ttle, Wash. Final 9-13-63 907 Arctic Bullding Seattle, Wash. Ftnal 9-13-63 Seattle, Wash. CORBETT, SIDERlUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Estate, 847 Logan Bldg. SeaHle, Wash. Final 9.13-63 KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG, Aflorneys 1114 Fourth Avenue Butldlng $oottle, Wash. MA 3-0737 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of GRACE HARRIET FARRAR, Deceased. In Pro- bale. No 1702t8. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribu- tion. Notice Is hereby given that MurJel Mower, Executrix of the Estate of Grace Harriet Farrar, has filed In the offtce of the Clerk of suId Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled DARE, DUBUAR &DORE,. FRED H. DaRE Attorney for Estate, 1429 Washington Bldg, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERtOR COURT OF THE Stale of Washtnglon for the County at King In the Mailer of the Estate of ROSE FRANKFURT COLSKY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 167128. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distri- bution. Notlce Is hereby given that Seattle. First Notional Bank Executor of the Estate of Rose Frankfurt Colsky has filed in lho office of the Clerk of said Court Its ftnol Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle old Report, distribute the property to the persons therelo entitled and to dis- charge said Executor; and that said and 1o discharge said executrix; and that Report and petltton will be heard on said Report and pet tlon w be heard the 30th day at September, 1963, at on the 9th day at October, 1963, at 9:30 9:30 A.M., at the .Court Room of the A.M. at the Court Room of the Probolel Prabaln Deportment Of said COURT, at Department of said Court, at which time which time and place any person In. and place any person Interested in sold Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the some. Dated this 101h day of Sept., 1963. Date of first publication Sept. 13, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk at said Coud. By R. S. HOFEDITZ Deputy KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate, 1114 Fourth Avenue Building Seaffie, Wash. MA 3-0737 Flnol 9-27.63 terested In said Estate may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest 1he same. Dated this 21st day of August, 1963. Date of first publication, August 30, 1963, NORMAN R. RIDDELI, Clerk of said Court. By R. M. ALLENBACH Deputy.. DARE, OUBUAR & DARE, FRED H. DaRE 1429 Washlngton Bldg. Attorney for Estate, Seafflo, Wash. Final 9.1kI ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Guardian 91g Joseph Vance Eldg Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Woshtnglon for the County at King. In the Matter of the Guardianship at HARMON LEWIS FOSTER, An In- competent person. In Probate. No 172523. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as Guardian of the Estate of Harmon Lewis Foster, an Incombetenf person; that oll persons having claims against said Incompetent are hereby re- quired to serve the some, duly verified, on said guardian or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk at eaid Court, together with proof Of such serv- ice within six months after the date of first publication of this no|ice, or the same Will be barred. Dale of first publication August 30, 1963. MILDRED FOSTER, Guardian of said Estate, 919 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attorney for Guurdlon, 918 Joseph Vance Eldg. Seattle, Wash. Rnal.-13-63. Hosko, Deceased; that all persons claims against said deceased are required fo serve the same duly verified, an said executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the ; Clerk of mld Court, together with proof of luch service wilhln six months after the date of first publication at this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication August 30, 1962. i MARGARET FAVRO Executrix of sold Estate 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 oScHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO orneys for Estate, Olymplc Notional Life Bldg. Seatflo, Wash. 98104 Flnal 9.13-63 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorney,t for Estate 1407 Alusko Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County at King. In the Matter of the Estate of HELEN A. HALL, Deceased. In Probate. No 172876. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- has been appointed and has quail. fled as Executor of the estate of Helen A. Hall, Deceasel; that all persons hav- Ing clalms iagolnst sald deceased are .hereby requ!red to Serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or his at- torneys o! record at the address "below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof ol such servl within six months after th :date of first publication of this notice ...or the lame will be barred. Data of flrsl publlcatlon August 23 1963. menf home Excellent condition, $14,500. LA 24551. BY BUILDER Four New Basemen; ramblers to choose from, one at which Is located 1 block from St. Phllomena school. $19,850 and up. TR 0-2958. 3 BLOCKS SEATTLE PREP TWO year old View contemporary, Spa. claus living room, formal dining room, recreation room, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, available from owner on contract terms with low down payment. $31,..00 EA 3-8249. ST. ANN'S By Owner, S bedroom home, close to everything 3 blocks from St. Ann's For sale or wl lease. $14,1R0--AT 3-0522. ENGLISH BRICK UNIVERSITY. 2V BATHS, 4 BEDROOMS. SPacious family home. View of Lake and Mountains. Mahogany doors and trim. Cleon large basement AC oll heat. Garage. Among quality homes $23,950. Call ME. 2-4640. Call Ted Mehrer. PEOPLES REALTY ME. 2-4640 21,01 North 45th Requiem Said For Robert Schuman METZ, France, Sept. 10 (NC) --Requiem Mass was offered in the cathedral here for Robert Schuman, a leader of the Catholic-oriented Popular Re- publican party who was twice premier of France and served many times as its foreign mini- ster. His Holiness Pope Paul VI joined President John F. Ken- nedy, President Charles de Gaulle of France and German Chancellor Konrad AdEnauer in sending a message of condol- ence on the death September 4 of the French statesman at the age of 77. Schuman was a major figure in postwar moves toward European unity. He was the author of the Schuman Plan for pooling French and German coal and steel production, a forerunner of the Common Market. He was also one of the chief architects of the North Atlantic T r e a t y Organization (NATO). Pope Paul'B message WaB Bent in his name by Amleto Cardinal Ciconani, P a p a 1 Secretary of State, to Bishop Paul Schmitt of Metz for com- munication to the late pre- mier'B family. It said: "The Holy Father has learn- ed with deep sorrow the news of the death of the lamented Robert Schuman and, while he raises fervent prayerB to the Lord for the repose of the Chirstian soul of the illustrious deceased, a tireless pioneer of European unity, he charges Your Excellency to express his condolences to the /amily." J ln 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. Joseph Delannoy, died Sept. 14, 1940. ThE Rev. Louis B. Egan, S.J., died Sept. 14, 1945. The Rev. Joseph Treca, S.J., died Sept. 16, 1926. The Rev. ,selm Lenz- finger, O.S.B., died Sept. 16, 1960. The Rev. Daniel O'Sulfi- van, O.F.M., died Sept. 17, 1948. The Rev. Jacob KuUa, died Sept. 18, ]932. Alderwood Manor GEORGE, Nlna Ellen, 33, 14415 Manor Way, died September 8. Requiem Sep- tember 11 St. Mary Magdalen Church, Everett. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs Wilbur E. George; sister, Mrs. Rlta Ootson; three brothers, Joseph E., Edmonds, Roy N., Seattle and Marion E., Everet; grandmother, Mrs. Susan Wenn, Son Lorenzo, Calif. Swedberg's Funeral Home. Seattle BYRNE, Mrs. Martin T. (Mary Agnes), 72, 1110 Harbor Ave S.W., ded Seat. 6. Requiem Sept. 9 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Barn in St. Paul. Come here with her parents when she was two. Survivors: husband, Martin T.; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Hawkins, Seattle; three sons, Matin J. and Nicholas, both of Seattle, and Wiltiom P. Byrne, Bellingham and 14 grandchildren. Booth-Ashmore Funeral Home DREW, Mrs. Thomas (Rose Mary), 46, 5020 49th Ave. S., dted September 3. Reduiem September 6 St. Edward Church. Born in Cle Clue. Came here tn 1935. During the Second World War she worked for the Red Cross at Fort LawSon. For the post eight years has been employed in the credit deportment at the Ban Marche. Survivors: hus- band, Thomas I.; a daughter, Elizabeth Margaret Drew, at home; o brother, Jerome Zanocco, Cte Eium, and a sister, Mrs. John Delaurenti, Seattle. Columbia Funeral Home. GEARY, Joseph H., 80, 3507 N.W. 67th St, died Sept. . Requiem Sept. 12 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Stoughton, Mass. Coma here 48 years ago. Was a retired oiler and mechanic for the Great Northern Railway Co. Wns a member of the Brotherhood of Railway Car Men. Sur- vivors: wife, Carrie; sister, Miss Rose Geory, Avon, Mass. Wlggen and Sons Funeral Home. GIBBONS, Mrs. Ruth F., 70, 1416 Blgelow Ave. N., died Sept. 4. Requiem Sept. 7 St. Anne Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born in National ' City, Calif. Came here 23 years ago from San Francisco. Was o member of the Legion ol Mary Auxiliary. Survivors: husband, Charles A.; daughters, Mrs. Robert Speideh San Rafael, Calif., and Mrs. Sam Hammock and Mrs. Malcolm Ed- wards, both of Seattle; sister, Mrs. Lottie Bacon, National City; brothers, Martin and Frank Fernberg, ba|h of National City, and 14 grnndchlldran. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. THE PROGRESS9 Fr;da 7, Sep. 13, 1963 Seattle SEAPIN, Mrs. Rosemary K., 93, dled Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 10 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Wisconsin. Came here from Winnlpeg, Man., Canada, in 1919 Was a beautician who owned and operated parlors In the downtown area until her retirement in 1946. Member af the Third Order of St. Dominic. She is survived by several nieces and nephews. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. SLiVNIK, Robed J., 43. 14034 Len- ora Place N., died September 3. Re- quiem September 7 Church of Christ the King. Burial Holyrood. Born In Minn- eapolis. Came here in 1955. Had been a steelworker before hls IHness. Sur- vivors: wife, Ruth E.; mother, Mrs. Gertrude Slivnlk and sister Mrs. Dorothy Fray, both of St. Louis, Mo Hoffner's FJsher-Kaifus Funeral Home Tacama HAZEN, Mrs. Andrew (Marie), 66, 4001 S. Fife St., died September 9. Regulem September 11 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Minn- eapolis. LIved here 63 years. Mem- ber of the First Cathattc SIovak Union, Survivors: husband; six sons, Andrew, Bowie, Md., and AHhur, Edward, James, Joseph and Michael, all of Tacoma; daughter, Rose Marie Trean- ton, Tacoma; sister, Anna Aust, Curtis,, Wash.; 14 grandchildren. Cassedy and Alien Mortuary. Bellevue YAZZOLINO, Ann Teresa, 9, lS04 S. E. First St., died Sept. 3 after a bi- cycling accident. Requiem Sept. 7, St. Louise Church. Entombment Holyrood Mausoleum. She had completed the third grade at St. Louise School. Sur- vivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank G. Yazzoilno; two sisters, Jill and Dina Yazzoltno, and two brothers, Joseph and Frank, Jr., all at home, and her grandmothers, Mrs. Sam Yazzollno, Seattle; and Mrs. Russell Ferrell, Stock- ton, Callf. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. Bellingham FERRY, Joseph Sr., 68, died SeP- tember 4 Requiem September 9 Church of the Assumption. Lived here 45 years. Owner of Ferry's Market. Life member of the Eagles. Survivors: wife, Clementlna; two sons, Nlcolo E. and Joe Jr., both of Belllngham; seven grandchildren; one brother, Mike, Bell- ingham. Westford Funeral Home. HEWITSON, Thomas A., 77, 614 E. Maple St., dted September 9. Requiem September 12 Church of the Assump- tion. Lived here 29 years. Retired maintenance man for PAF. Survivors: wife, Helen; two sons, Thomas Jr., LaHabra, Collt. and Frank, Belltngham; brother, James, Calgary, Alto., and four grondchlldrep. Westford Funeral Home. Black Diamond COSTI, Mrs. Alphonso (Ida), 70, died Sept. 1 Requiem Sept 7, St. Barbara Church Born In Italy. Came here from Italy In 1911. Member of 1he Sons of Italy. Survivors: son, Frank Costl, Black Diamond, o daughter, Mrs. Inez Aden, Cumberland, and two grandchil- dren. Enumclaw Funeral. Home. Seattle HACKETT, Edmund J., 04, 1141 20fh Ave. E,, died Sept. 9. Requiem Sept. 12 St. Joseph Church. Burtai Calvary. Born Jn Sterllng, III. Came here 32 years ago. Was a safely engineer for Aetna Casualty and Surety, where he had worked for 18 years. Survtvors, all of Seattle: wife, Pauline; sons, Thom- as, Paul, and Edmund, Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Caleb Torleton, Miss Mary Hack- eft, and Miss Cathy Hackeff; and sis- ter, Mrs. Marcella Gully, Manning and Sons Funeral Home. JOBB, Mlchuel, 72, 92o"7 Meridian Ave. N., died Sept. 8. Requiem Sept. 10 St. Benedlct Church. Burial Holyrood Barn In Austria. Came here from Detrnlt 15 years ago. Was a retired grocer. Survl, vats: wife, Anna M.; son, Dr. Emil Jobb, Seattle; two grandchildren. KRILEY, Galen B., $1, 6744 23rd Ave. N. W., died September 4. Requiem Sep* somber 7 St. Alphonsus Church Burial Holyrood. Born in Seneca, Mo. Came here In 1949. Was a tavern owner. operuter. Was a member of the Bollord Eagles. Survivors: wife, Mary; sons, Tacoma TAYLOR, Mrs. Harrison G. (Martha), 66, 1120 N. K St., died September 4. Requiem September 10 St. Patrlck Church Burial Calvary Born In Larl- more, N. D and came here In 1924. Retired registered nurse, member of Third Order of St. Francis and the Altar Society at St. Patrick's. Survi- vors: two brothers, Urban and Alex Sowa, both of Tacoma. Gatfney Fun- eroI Home. Vancouver MCGILL, Vernon E., 45, 8008 Maple Ave, died September 2. Requiem Sep- somber S St. Joseph Church. Burial Mount Calvary, Portland Born In Lara- mie, Wy 0. Lived here since 1941. Bus- Iness munager of State School for the Deaf. Member of the Elks, Delta Thefu Phl. Graduate of St. Martin Col- lege. Survivors: wife, Dorothy; mother, Mrs. Pearl McGilt, Olympk; brothers, Vincent of Olympia and Ken of Sepltle; sister, Mrs. Bernice Morgan, Cali- fornia. Hamllton-Mylan Funeral Home. Winslow Donald, Joseph, James, Vincent and JOHNSON, Mrs. Henry (Alice), 46, Robert Krlley and daughters, Gall and died September 8. Regulem September Mary Krtley, all at the family home; 11 St. Cecilia Church. Born In Chl. sister, Mrs. Cathryn Duff, Cameron, Mo. Half net's Flsher.Kalfuo Funeral Home. LANG, Timothy M., 26, died Sept. 6 when his Army helicopter was shot down In South VieS-Nora. Requiem Sept. 9 Holy Rosary Church. Was presl. dent of the Newman Club at Wash- Ington State University before grad- uotlng in 1960. Was co-pilot of a helicop- ter shot down while on a combat-support mission. Survivors: molher, Mrs. Flor- ence M. Lang, 4840 .46th Ave. S, toga. Lived here since 1951. Member of St. Cedllo Altar Society and Baln- bridge Island Arts and Crafts. Sur- vivors: husband; daughter, Camllte; mother and stster, Mrs. Raymond WII- klnson and Mrs. Robert Johnson, both of Muskegon, Mich. Owyen Funeral Home. Bremerton BALLARD, Mrs. Clifford (Harriet Margaret), 67, 1900 Snyder Ave., died September 5. Requlem September 9 Our Lady Star of the Sea Church. Born In Three Forks, Mont. Worked In Puget Sound Naval Shipyard during World War II. Member of the Legion of Mary. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Paul (Veronica) Stole, Shelton; four grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; lwo sisters, Mrs Lucllle Qulgley, Brem- erton, and Mrs. Pot (Momle) Martin, Helena, Mont., and two brothers, Sam Lane, Three Forks, and Clarence Lane, Wolf Creek, Mont. Miller-Reynolds Fun- eral Home. Burien NORAN, Thomas, 1S209 16th S., 73, died Sept. 8+ Requiem Sept. 10 St. Francis of Asslsl Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Seattle, lived most of his life In the Burlen area Worked as a postal clerk for 40 years, retiring In 1946. Survivors: wife, Annette; daugh- ters, Mrs Robert Matson, Seattle and Mrs. John Petrlch, Tacoma; 12 grand- children. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home, Monesano GLEESON, Mrs. Andrew (Julia), 71, dled September S. Requiem September Seattle; sisters, Cosey and Maggls Long, both of Seattle and Malda Lang, Spokane. LEPTICH, Mrs. There=a, 81, 671S 26th Ave. N.W., died Sept. 4. Requiem Sept. 9 St Alphonsus Church. Burial Catvary. Born In Arad, Hungary. Came to the Unlted States and Seattle In 1911. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Roy Wright, Seattle; sons, John M. and Andrew L., both of Seattle; 19 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren, and one great- great grandson. Hoffner's FlsheroKol. fus Funeral Home. LORD, Mrs. Mary B., died Sept. 4. Requiem Sept. 7 Church of the Im- maculate Conception. Burial Calvary. Born In Hamilton, On. Came here 60 years ago from Bremodon. Was a memler of the Altar Socfety. Survi- vors: daughter, Mrs. Robert Heweff, Richmond Beach; sons, Wilfrld H., Robert W.,.Arthur E., Francis E., John V., and Gregory G. Lord, ale of Seaffle; 28 grandchildren and four great-grand. children. John Kalln Funeral Home. McNERNEY, Miss Mary Agnes, 01, 4716 Seventh Ave. N.E., died Sept. 0. Requiem Sept. 11 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Roll- vllle, Ohio. Came here at the age of 10. Was graduated from Holy Names Academy. Was a pioneer employe of of the Seaflle Transit System, and one of its predecessors, retiring In 1945. Was o member of Blessed Sacrament Con- 7 St. John Church. Born In Taylor, WIs. Came here in 1919. Survivors: husband; fraternity, the Catholic Daughters of two sons, Raymond McColeman, Olym- America and the Third Order Of St. pta, and Michael Gleeson, Montosono; Dominic. Survivors: sister, Mrs. Kath, daughter, Mrs. Rosemary Turner, Monte- sano; two brothers and a sister in Taylor.; eight grandchildren and two greot-grandchlldran. Whitesldo Chapel, Olympia KEHOE, Patrick Leo, 79; 926 Pro- spect St., died September 4. Requiem September 9 St. Michael Church. Burial Calvary. Born In LItflerock and lived in the communffy oll his IIte. Worked as a logger. Survivors: brother, Mtke, Olympia; two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth Kostrup and Mrs Mary Hines, both of Palo Alto, Calif. Selene and Eros Mortuary. , MILLER, Robed G., 58, 2306 Blgelow Ave. E., died September 3. Requiem September 6 St. Michael Church. Burial Calvary. Born here and lived here aU his life. Member of the Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Society and Olympia Plasters Unton. Survivors: wife, Amanda; three sons, Robert and David at home and Andrew, Lacey; daughter, mrs. Gerald (Joan) Logsdon, Olympia; brother, 'Charles, Olympia; three sisters, Mrs. Mary McKea, Olym- pia; Mrs. Alice Dtdler and Mrs. Viola Bronco, both of Vancouver, B. C.; seven grandchildren. Mills and Mills Funeral Home. Renton PAGLIA, Mrs. CeSlro, 82, 211 Rainier Ave., died Sept. 6. Requiem Sept. 10 St. Anthony Church. Born In Italy, Came to the Unlted States and Block Dlamond in 1910. Moved tO Rentdn In 1936. Was a member of the Altar Society. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Elllna Parks, Seattle; sons, Joseph, Seaflle and Gus, Everett; seven grandchildren and one great-grandchtld. Stokes Funeral Home. BIRTHS CHEHALIS--St. Helen Hospital re. ports the tallowing bldhs to Mr. and Mrs. : Dennis Angel, boy, September 2. Ray Buhnas, glrl, September 7. SEATTLE--Provldnae Hespltol Pe. pods the follewlng bldhs t0 Mr. ond Mrs.: Wesley Buchanan, boy, August 31. Thomas Harneff, boy, September I. William Stoeck, girl, September 2, Bruce Blesold, boy, September 3. James Pugel, boy, September 3, Dale Russell, glri, September 3. Harold McChesney, boy, September 3. Michael Gordon, boy, September 4. Torrance Byrne, boy, September 4. Norris Ouellette, girl, September $. Dennis Anderson, boy, September 5. James Guion Jr., boy, September 6. Leon Herkenrath Jr., girl, September 6, William O'Brlen, girl, September 7. David BtakeneY, girl, September 7. John Goodwln, glrh September ?. arena E. Cady, and three brothers, Thomas J., Michael J., and John E. McNerney, oll of Seattle. Bonney-Wat. son Funeral Home. SCHMALZ, George A., 4831 35th Ave. S. W., died Sept. 7. Requiem Sept. 11 St. Vincent Home. Burial Calvary. Came here over 60 years ago. Was a former, Was a member of the Holy Name Society. Survivors: s o n, I. George, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Floyd Brown, Seattle; 17 grandchildren and 36 great-grandchildren. John Kalln Fun- eral Home. PROSSER, Henry, 68, 3503 S. Tyler St., died September 3. Requ!em Sep- tember 7 Visitation Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Heron Lake, MInn. Lived here 32 years. Retired employe for Northwest Door. Member of the Tlmberworkers Union and Wisconsin Club. Survivors: wife, Bertha; daughter, Mrs. Marlene Crftch, Honolulu; brother, Frank, Pine Bluff, Wyo.; three sisters, Mrs. Rosello Lelsz, Mrs. Anna Gaff- nay and Mrs. Margie Quota, all of Wisconsin; two grandchildren, Cossedy and Allen Mortuary. Requiem Said For CWV Founder LONG ISLAND CITY, N.Y., Sept. 9 (NC) -- Final tribute was paid here to a priest who 30 years ago recognized the danger of Communist infiltra- tion in the United States and did something about it by founding the Catholic War Veterans. Solemn requiem Mass was offered for Msgr. Exlward J. Higgins, 73, longtime pastor of Immaculate Conception church here. The monsignor died Sep- tember 5 at the parish rectory. Msgr. Higgins served as an Army chaplain in World War I. In the pest-war period he WaB active in veterans' organizations affairs and in 193S founded the Catholic War Veterans as an added bulwark against the spread of Communism in the U.S. He organized the first CWV unit, Astoria Post No. 1, in this area. 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