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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30c PER LINE -: HOMES FOR SALE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLAStH FlED 902 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE I I MA,.2.8880 A Home In All ST. MARK S 1007K AN Mn , , Exteoslon2i , . r" 4 BR&apos;S--FULL BSMT. q*,,',lJ I v I', .-" ITS LIorv I Love,y close In home all rooms extra! A r) rr ,Ac Im AU/UMSJIIILII PUK )ALia e , /. I large Home iS immaculate inside and I - I"%J )IlV " II i  * a = - " " I-er[/ AimrlcP3n I out Formal dining roam. Wall to wail',  i.... L..- i e i...- I| |ll AAmakl'lallPllPlal "11"%1- DINIE .... ! ............ I carpeting. Wonderful home fnr grow- I \\;k//\A/ fl'3T( " Ar3r31 1 Ill ll|UlllliaJllOlll U N ' VEIXfCHrE 'V':O lET CO' i 3% choois and VV b= ME. 2-4333. RES. SU. 4-1916 , i4=700 DOWN $9689 PE D ^O L./LJL. ,rl\\;+r.JL. I T U [ne cnarlty oI your MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S  q4- J,l[,=c ! ........ RENT? NO--YOU CAN BUY thls won- I ,/f nA ,,.,,m a,,== t. JJl. I I'" i"l . r I r't I  -'r,--,, i derful family home, ust minutes to ii .=oo,=,u y,y, =.=, v=,;- BOARD & ROOM bunKen Living Poom r I--i /1 / ./I Ill t { bus and St. Catherine's. Here is a menae me SOULS m me el- i.4 D ,J , I L. IVl. /,..-JL/IU 1 large mahogany panelled living room  lnwino rlPnlrfpd nrh=t who  "1" r Olllb ' i *v...., ................. IIP.ADII nnd rP.m far Idv MIler "e ueu o NORTH EAST REALTY formal dining area and modern kitch-  - r . . r . . cleon and cheerful $70 month SU 4"- 3 Ba'hs --.-'-r-----.T---t an. New aluminum siding and heoter.] served the Cnurcn ana souls n 6880 " " ' ' if _our want a thrill, see this eegant LJUI, L/%L)t L.Jr" lr-ll L/"xrxE I Just .......... $200 down--NO CLOSING COSTS. I thOR nrPR" i . " qew rambler. Faultless construction, NEW DAYLIGHT BASEMENT  split I Lail I CARPET WORK sunken living room, dramatic recreo- level entry to large living room withl| A r J., /-, RqTq - I . _  elan room, raised din ng room, con- raised hearth t replace 2nd fireplace In L../ ..J'V  I V [J.,./,, 1 i i L,.  D^ lkl ---'--- - RUG AND UPHOLSTERY temgorgry, professional decor beamed recreation area. 3 bedrooms, plus room. -- -- .ne lx:v. ,ll.-I=a=i u. I.1CiUIU, CLEANING I ceilings, CUStom kitchen with all ap- for 4th. Double plumbing, with 3rd P"t- I I II/F"IP t died Sept" 21, 1994. I pllonces. Double garage. (We think th s plumbing rouqhed, in. Double garage.. .,J/.I LL.,/ I L.=///k  b-- ,7 " / lne"t Kev.-- L,eorge Hoey, 3..t  Pray for them... i . _ O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me. and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. i Seattle BERGER, Mathtas, 95, St. Vincent Home. died Seat. 13. Requiem Sept. 15-St. Vincent Home, Burial Calvary. Was a retired nlumber. Born in Vienna, Come here In 1899 from Wisconsin. Survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Chester Blair, Seattle, and Clara Berger, Los Angeles;' a son, Frank BerBer, Seat- te; four grandchildren and nine great- grandchildren. Manning & Sons Fun- eral Home. COLENSO, Mrs. M. Lenla, 83, died Sept. 7. Requiem Sept, 10 St. Peter Church, Yaklmo, Born in Oconto. Wis- consm Had been a resident of Seattle since 1921. She then rnoved to New Y6rk City ahd fo Vi'ainlo, later com- Ing to Woaalo. She hadbeen a school teacher. Survivors: o daughter, Mrs. SYlvia Logan, Woaalo; 4 grandchildren, and 3 areal-grandchildren; two sisters, Misses Florence and Mabel Luby, Sedttie. Seattle THE PROGRESS--9 HUESTON, t,elen, 67, 570&'20th N.W, F'riday, 5epf. 21. 1962 Requietn Sent,17"St. Alphonsus Church. . Burial Holyrnod. Survlvor$: husband, Lincoln W., son, Lincoln R., Hueston, Edmonds; daughter, Mrs. Clarence Vondelac, Mountloke Terrace; isfer" Mrs. Dorothy McCormick, San Fran- cisco; five grandchl)dren. Wigggl & Sons Funeral Home KOERNER, Rudolph G. 62, 976 20th Av., died Seat. 15. Requiem-Ss: 19 immaculate Conceotion Church, Burt Calvary. Born in Germany. Came here in 1925. Hod been a: machinist for Continental Can Co. for the past 30 yerars, Member of the HOly Name Society. Survivors; Wife, Eleanor, and son, Richard, both of Seattle. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. in your home. could be your family's dream home). VIEW ot Lake and Cascades from sun- For the key, call EM3-3282 on Ad NO. deck. S24,500--see today! t died Sept. 23, 1947. 342. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. 4 BDRMS. The Rev. Theodore Arrold Wol- '' ROOF REPAIRING, new roots, I L, P. MARTIN, INC. ]0040 35th Ave. N.E. LA 3-5555 ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH FULL BSMT. ters, O.S.B., died Sept. 24. gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and[ IMMACULATE 1934. MARRA, Geetana (Guy), 66, 610 composition siding. Free estimates. I S ASSUMPTION 8th Ave. S.W, died Sept, 14. ReQuiem 'Guaranteed work. Call C. R, MARCYES. ST MATTHEW Look from FAIRBANKS to MIAMI andi The Rev. William A. Garrigan, seat. 19 st, Thomas Church. Born in EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Pace PARISH you will not find a finer home tar thai S.J., died Sept. 25, 1927. Italy. Came here a 1920 after servlog money. Nestled proudly on a huge I COLOMBO, Morghorltn, 80, 2137 S. In the Army. Was a .retired tavern HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Comp'eter 4 BDRMS. Full Basement no.ve lot. An abundance of room in-I The Rev. Gerald Oswald, S.J., Bennett st., dle Sept. 11. Requiem owner, There are no survivors. George- remodeling serv ca, room additions re- side and out. Every room is extra died Sap|. 25, 197. sent. 15 st George Church. Burial Cal- town Funera Home. pairs, interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- FULL BRICK NICE ANO CLEAN -- FOUR Bedrooms redecorated inside and out. Low hent- large. 4 full size bedrooms, 2 baths, vary. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Joe ences. Up to 5 years to pay. LARGE FAMILY HOME Ing costs, nice locntion. VIEW of Mt. huge living room, wall to wall carpets, r DeLo ...... brothers, Joe, Emilio, Tony Full basement. FHA appraised. $21,250 1 and James Galllono; two" grondch d'en __ PA 2-4463 $20 Rainier, fenced yard. Drapes Included i --coil on Ad No. 3318. Picture Floor Arlington and three great-orandchildren. George- ,950 at $13,500. Plans Inc., 18332 Aurora Ave. town Funeral Home. Sept, 19 Church Of the Assumatian. REDUCED $2000---and will be sold on Burial Calvary. Born In Unlonvilie, Mont. Came here 45 years ago. He TORTILLAS no FHA terms. 4 large twin size bed- Crawford & Conover, Inc. i Li. 2-3184 or Mu.2-6860 Sep,.DALEY'14. RequlemSIMON' Seat.77' Route18 St.'5" Marydled rooms. Beautifully finished immense ALBERT BALCH, REALTOR Church, Morysville. Burial orvsvllle 'COUTURE, Francis L., 88, 3105 171h was a ,etlred shigyard oalnter and LA MEX CANA Mexi-Catesson size recreation room. 2 full baths. Lorgel 8040 35th Ave. NE LA 3-SSSS; BLESSED SACRAMENT caloric Cemetery. Born in Kilkenny, Ave. S., chad Sept. 15, Requiem Seat. o member of the DAY. Survivors: wife, 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. S-1480 family kitchen with blrch cabinets:-- S-A--CRED--H-EART BELLEQ0E-- 13 13 1"3 r C" " 13 A T I I C" Minn. Resided in Morysville area slnce 19 St. Paler Church, Burial Ha yrood. Ida; sons, Floyd and John. Seattle; daughters Mrs. Edgar Tuttis, Orltn, . galore; 2 car carport, under large sun-IVuecrest.._ 4 bedrooms, 2 baths. Large!  D , -- L D/JI'-I, 1924. Survivors: three sisters, Mes- Born in Sturgeon Bay, Wls. Came here - FOR RENT deck,. This. lovely 9 year.old home Is I family room. By owner GL 4.3476. FULL DAYL GHT BASEMENT dames Margaret Cusick, Wllbernie, 60 years ago. Was a retired Iron-con- France; Mrs. Roy Dofelmier, Glendale, leSS rnon I BLOCK rrnm r. MarTnew's.I Ariz., and Mrs. Bernard Ortman, Seat- Call EM4-1100 on ad No. 2950--Picture = (r(' I("\\;A/IJ Minn. Nell Lee, White B .... Minn. and struction worker. Survivors: wife, Jes- Tesse School, St. Paul, Minn., and a SiR; a daughter, Mrs. Birch. Smith, tie, and 17 grandchildren. Bonney-Wat- FOR RENT: In'lvers' Acres--4 bedroom, Floor Plans Inc. ge/g.-.-,'J L-/ ,./ Y Y I 1  nephew, Michael Biwer, Arlington. Polo Alto, Calif.; three sons, Raymond son Funeral Home, 1V= bath sunroom fireplace In living . I Illegal IgllP I HOME AND NCOME ', Schaefer Funeral Home. E, and Frank D., both at Seattle and room, automatic oil heat, 2 car gorage, Ek A I I ("r  Ikal a-" Ill/ll'l IWalk to the University from this FHA] Robert L. Couture, Kent. Manning & PAUWELS, Mrs. Arthur (Pharallde), large grounds, fruit trees and shrub- / EIVI. 1"-J I OU I/ appraised home on choice quality Sons Funeral Home. 01, 4t15 Interlake Ave. N., died Sept. ==bery, outdoor fireplace and Bar-u-u, I i j street. Lot runs from street to paved] Renfon 10. Requiem Seat. 14 St. Benedict artl furnished $165 er month, Ist  I llp Y , P -- I RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney alley, Tromendous llvlnd room and' Iond last month's rent in advance; avail- ! / A f" D r" 3223 N.E. 123rd i formal dining room. V block from bus HESSIAN, Miss Mary, 66, 916 Unl- Church. Burial HoWraed. Born In Bel. ="able August lh. Phone Lezern Ivers, I '/2 /'-k..l\\;l_ l Seattle $$, Wash. 1 line. Coil Benton's Realty Inc., 6100! RUSSELL, Jackson, 7S, 15811 S.E. varsity St., died Sept. 12. Requiem glum. Came here in 1913, Member of t44th. Requiem Sept. 14 St. Anthony Sept. 14 Our Lady Chapel, St. James the St Benedict's Parish Confraternity PA 3-3150 for appointment, ne'x i/r'v^m n^nt/ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Roosevelt Way. J Church Survivors: wife, A. Juonita; Cathedral. Burial Portland, Ore. Born and Altar Society. Survivors: four W'--OOD- DL.,'ULE ,"lJ r,ir State of Washington for the County of I A A "3t"tf'V' i daughter, Mrs. Velmo Bradshow; sis- In St. Paul, Mlnn. Came here 2S years daughters, Mrs, Carl Carlson, Mrs. Pertly furnished house. Reasonable rent t 3 BEDROOMS IInKitge ' matter of the Estate Of GERo L.. /'I'-,.'UL) ters, Mlnnie BIonchard and Edna ago from Porttand. Employed by Union Victor Carlson, Mrs. Amle Van De- to responsible couple. Ideal for retired. I TRUDE BOULET Deceased In nro  Jones; three grandchildren. FouII Ran- Pacific RailrOad for 33 years. Was a Wetghe an0 Mrs. James Elder, all of Seattle 44 " ' ton Funeral Home, member of the Legion Of Mary. Sur- Seattle: 16 grandchildren and 24 great- Wrtfo M. W. Tanner, 2312-22nd So., / JUST A TEENAGE I bale. Na. ]68S27. Nollce to-:'rediiors, i . i vivors: sisters, Miss Mabel Hessian, grandchildren. Hottner's Ftsher-Kalfus Notice ts hereby given that the under-  Funeral Home. --,v, ,----r---------/ BLT-IN DISHWASHER Isigned hds been appointed and has quail- /I'.A/ IMt'l'rl":l{ I Seotlle and Mrs. Leslie Peters, Porl- /bbI-IIDLT I-1LJ/EL '3t r.,,,^/kl tried as Executor of the estate of Ger- e=a=v4-'b IIVlIVlmmW D,.e|l land, Ore.; brother Harvey, Portland, WEEKLY, MONTHLY, RATES. 1/ BLOCK ,/-uu LL.,'v1 trude Boulet, Deceased; that all persons__-- mmm Ore. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. WAITE, Estella M,, 73, 1218 N. E. CATHEDRAL  ,.q:  ,..,.,v " OK having claims against said deceased are i FOWLER, Mrs. James (Merle A.), 61st St., died Sept. 17. Requiem Sept. MA :-4174 I , !hereby requtred to serve the same, duly CLARENCE J. COLEMAN I 19. Requiem SePt. 19 Blessed Sacrament it---E- "3---3--B',Kg--'IA real ra'ity--reolly large grounds, ust 'verified on ,said Executor or his attor- Attorney tar said Estate I 07, Retsil Velerans' Home, died Sept. HOHLBEIN,. Mrs. Julia, 02, 3515 ' k=^ ......... h. /= Hnf.rnhd I shy of / acre, located in Boulevard nay at record at the address below stated, 401 First Notional Bank Building I 14. Requiem Sept. 19 St. Gabriel Wondlnwn Ave. N,, died Seat, 16. Re- ChurChHeleno, Mont.BurlaICameHlyrd'here 40 yearsBrn ago.in i ,vn ..................... . " i A il  t r q hdrnnm. Tr n 1 Park, handy to Schools, shopping and and file the. same w=th the Clerk of so=d Everett, Washington i Churrh, Port Orchard. Burial will be quiem Sept. 19 St. Alphonsus Church, va..,= c.,,..it-  -r'"l '-1752[I OII Boeing plants--plus a really nice 3 Court, together with proof of such serv- Telephone: Bayview 0742 i in Relsll. Born in Champagne, III. Burial Holyrood. Born in Norway. Corns Wns o life member of the Washington Came to Seattle in 1905 and moved to the United States 64 years ago Athletic Club. Survivors: sons, Ed- plumomg. :=.z.L.-,....--. 1 bedroom rambler styled home featurtnglice within six months after the date of!iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE to Retsil in 1943. Member of the aux- and 1o Seattle 50 years ago. Survivors: war B., Seattle, and Robert M..Son ST. PETER' "  family size dlntnn area breaktost bar first publication of th s not ce or the I Sfa e of Wash oaten for the County of Francisco: daughters, Alice and Ruth, Can accommodate 26 persons. Large t sebarate utlty oom 'smart k tchen'same wll be barred King. , Iltary of Fortson Thygesen and of a sons, Wesley A. and Gordon C. Hohi- Seotlle Amerlcnn Loion Post. Sur- bein, both at Senltle; dobghters, Mrs. both of Seattle; sisters. Mrs. E. W. cleon double bedrooms n Catho c with built-in dishwasher and plenty of Dote of, first publication September 14, ]In the matter of the guardianship at the Parks, Seattle. Mrs. William Mulligan, Home Reasonabe 1748 3th South EA 50749 ' "  storage. Just 10 yeats 'young .and -oh, /s/RAY R BOULET I person and estate m; LIZZIE J. HOYT : vivors: three sons, James E., Both, John H. Waiters, Seattle; Mrs. Metvtn " SO easy to own on minimum down! Executor of sold Estate. an 'ncompetent. No. 168237. Notice to I N Y., Harold A., San Diego, Calif., V. Cole, Silver Sprlngs, Mr., and Mrs. Morysvllle, and Mrs. H. F. Kretchmon, I FHA terms. For appointment call CH'. 12327.3rd N,E. creditors. I nnd Walter A. Fowler, Denver; a Archle L. Messner, Huntington, Ale,; Salt Lake City, Utah; and tlve grand- FURNITURE 3-1550. ' Seattle, Wash. / Notice is hereby given that the under-i daughter, Mrs. Ross E, Gordon, Seat- sister, Mrs. Anna Breshears, Portland, children. Bonney.Watson Funeral Home. - - " ./ r 't n /  R CHARD C SHANKS signed has been appointed and has quail-i tie; six gandchilaren and four great- Ore.; 12 grandchildren, 19 great-grand- LARGEST FURN TURE STORE on, the I OOUTn Eno DroKer Inc. ,Attorney tar Estate, fled as Guardian of the EMote of thei grandchildren. Pendleton-Gilchrlst Fun- ehltdren and one great-great-grandchild. Eastslde Open Friday evening. "Free 11036 1st A'e. So. 13223 N.E. 123rd above named incompetent; that all per- eral Home, Port Orchard. Wiggin and Sons Funerat Home. Sumner delivery" Credit. I-'--'-'---'T"  Seattle 55 Wash. sons having claims against said incom-' RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE ! 1 Final publication September 28, 1962.1patent are hereby required to present Washingon Leffer: FU'LERTO., Edward William, Re- 5.1378 Redmond Good foe ly home on ieve lot. 1 bed- _ ...... the same duly verified on said Guardian, au]em Seat. 15 St. Andrew Church. i room and newer full bath on maln[ ----'IC"OF-SH I-F'S SALE i or Clarence J. Caleman, attorney of' " Dryer Mortuary. HAULIN floor. 3 bedrooms and full both Up., NOTIC%FOEAL E:TTE [record, at the address below stated, a,d r Wired for dryer. FHA Priced. Wil,' ........ 'file ,.o w,,. ,.o o, '""- " -ner.n Riofs " consider contract. Call Mrs. Murphy, STATE OF WASHINGTONL CU,x--- uriCourt , within six (6) months after thel E 7 K ng ss SHER FF S Ur/-IL:: I MICK McHUGH'S A2210 , . ' date ef the first publication of this i ew Tacoma BY VIRTUE OF A WR T OF EXECU L--,-,- r,  ,...  .. "]Notice fo Creditors or the same will bel HAUL-ALL SERVICE u. TION issued out of the Honorabe SU'Ib dn ...... .... Dimension Situati 31117 N E 45th LA par or Court of the State of Washingto ,' nHh , n q=ntrnhr ? o' HUFEISEN, GUy O., 70, 701 Com- . 2-$626 .............. I .....  .............................. Reasonable ratos ; ....  tar K.mg Loumy on rne zero aoy or GonN, .ov on merce St.; dted Sept. ,11. Requiem Sept. A Disfindve New Aadress August 1962, by the Clerk thereof In the ................. Guardian 14 St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. EA 4-8754 ca,e at Kenneth F. Snyder, as guardian CLARENCE J. COLEMAN Born and lived In Tacomd 'll hts IMPERIAL Easf .d Iltom ef Connie M. SnYder, an incom-, Attorney for sold Estate By Jo Jo Gilbtll*t cpuld be (:one if the situation life, Retired machinist. Member of potent, Plaintiff, versus N. E Rostedt ]401 First National Bank Building the Machinisl Unton. Member' of VF'W Defendant. Everett Washington WASHINGTON, Sept. were repeated, and the Elks. Survivors: two brothers, Visit the furnished show houses. Open .... p o . Bayvlew J42 C.W., Vashon Island and J. L., DaY- NO 561662 and to me as Sheriff l Tel e h ne' n doily noon 'ttl dark or Call SH 6-9221. directed and delivered: Final nubllcafln n q-ntomh-r ,11 We Were Warned , ............. ]96. 10  Violent demonstra- ton, Ohio; tllree nieces and a nephew. Pkesnge Homes, Inc. NOTICE 1,3 HEREBY GIVEN That , - ......... Cossedy and Allen Mortuary. BIBLE SALES  Open Dally VER_.N tions in Berlin's western will proceed to sell at public auction to j CARROLL & a i When retiring U.S. Ambassa- ME. 2-8848 I Flrwood Terrace the highest b dder for cash, within the! Attorneys for Estate or I A community of 45 new colonial & Earl hours prescribed by tow for Sheriff's[ S02 Washington Building sector brought that city d o r Llewel[yn E. ThompSon KELLOGG, Frank M., 46, 4914 N. 201h St., died September 17. Requiem American Style Homes, oll wlth possiblelSOieS, 1a-wit, ten o'cock A,M., on the! Seattle, Wash. took leave of Moscow he had a September 20 St Patrick .Church. Bur- ME. 3.2007  4 to 6 bedrooms & Family room. FHAI19th day of October, 1962, before the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI back into the headlines .......... long talk with "Khrushc2iev.]t" lal C01vaty. Nattve of Tacoma. Teacher COOK for Rectory near Seattle. 3 i bulltPoroch &osupervised'ond Pub closet Schoot sshpptng'$16 500 tersonCUrt Housestreet entrance,dear of Kingat SenttieCuntY'ln Jet-the SlateKing. of Washington for th County af nrer.-aturely. T.y also added in the Clover Park School DIstrl. priests. R ply to Box "S" The l vAth $400 down plus closing casts & 'f61State of Washington, all of the right, In the matter of the Estate nf WILLIAM is said freely here that we'Were Taught In Bethel School District from Progrel. I per Me. Call on Ad. No 639. PR 6 2154 t t e and nterest at said defendant, N.E. L. STEPHENS, Deceased. tn probate, a new dimension to the alre,dy "1947 to 19s4. Member of the 40 et g, ' Rostedt, n and to the following described No. 168557. Notice to creditors, warned at that time that Soviet Elks, American, LegloT and the Eagles. L. P. MARTIN, INC. Iproperty, situated tn King County, State Notice is hereby given that the under, complex situation. Survivors: wife, Marie: mother, Mrs. HOUSEKEEPER WANTED  Russia would soon do some- Madeltne Kellogg, Tacoma. Gaffney TED: Cook for Sisters residence In I LYNNWOOD, WN. at Washington, to-wit: signed has been appointed and has quali- Washington had expected a Funeral Home. I The east 34 feet at lot 1, and the east fled as Administratrix of the estate of thin,, about a peace treaty with Seattle. Live in or out. Reply Box "R" ST. ANNE'S I 34 teef of the south V of lot 2, In Witliam L. Stephens, Deceased; that all new criAs over Berlin, and was j block 28 of Mercer's second Addition to persons having claims against said de- East Germany, and t h a t it O!NEILL "Edward Perry,.33, 2710 E. _ The Progress. 4 Bedrooms, 2 complete baths, nice an- the City of Seattle, as recorded in Vol. ceased are hereby required to serve the bracing itself for it. However, Spain Bases Social Policies On Encyclical MADRID, Sept. 18 (NC)-- Spain's new Minister bf Infor- mation announced that General- issimo Francisco Franco's new cabinet plans to base its social policies on Mater et Magistra, the social encyclical of His Holiness Pope John XXIII. Information Minister Manuel Fraga -r,arne made the an- nouncement after a 12-hour meeting of the new cabinet. He MCDANIEL, Thomas A., 75, 532S said that Spain's domestic pol- 27th Ave. N.E., died Seat. 1S. Reouiom icy is aimed at improvi:g the living standards of "all Span- iards.' "Prominent attention" will be given to the problems of housing and land reform, he declared, and the government will step up its efforts to assure equal educational op- portunities for all Spaniards. In general, Fraga said, the Spanish government intends to adhere to Catholic social teach- ing as "brought up to date by Pope John XXIII's encyclical, Mater et Magistra." Fraga, whose ministry in- cludes the work of overseeing the press, also indicated the newly reshuffled cabinet will speed up liberalization of the nation's basic press policies, which Catholic bishops have been advocat:ng for several years. Fraga, who is 40, is a veteran Catholic Action member who has played a leading role on the International Union of Faro- ily Organizations' International Committee for Defense of Ch!riBtian Civilization. BIRTHS BELLINGHAMSt. Joseph Ganerl Hospital report the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Edward Frauenholtz, girl 5ebt, 13, Clarence Anderson, girl, Sept. 13. Sidney Hammond, girl, SepL 13. Elmer Watson, grl, Sept, t3. CHEHALIS -- St, Helen Hospltfl re- Forts the following i=lrth to Mr. end MrS. David Schater, boY, Sept. 13. SEATTLE -- St. Frances Cabrlnl Hosplkd reports the following bIHhs to Mr. and Mrs.: Harold McChesney, girl, Sept. I, Anthony Thomas Jr., boy, Sept. 3. Benlomln Cruz, boy, Sept. 3. Bobble Brgnham, girl, Sept. 3, Anakl Elguren, girl, Sept. 4, Harry Buhier, girl, Sept. 4. Richard Matthews, girl, Sept. S. James Grant, girl, Sept. 9. David Henderson, grh Sept. 10. Charles Salvat6re, girl, Sept. 11 .Norman Donnel y, girl, Sept. 11. Frederick Aesquveb boy, Sept 13. SEATTLE--Providence Halpllal re. ports th following births ta Mr. and MS.: IMPORTS closed yard. Wonderful family home. 2 of plats on page 7, records of King same, duly verified, on said Bertha Sell $21,500. Call Mr. Garrison. AT 2-6439. Co., Washington, together with the vo- Pitcher, or her onorney of record el the WILD BILL'S j BLAINE REALTY cated portion of Aloha Street, odloining I address below stated, and file the some WORLD OF iMPORTS 111/7 Boston AT 3-5511 said lot 1 as vacated by Ordinance Nos. with the Clerk at said Courl, together Unique gifts for men and women. r'r ,-e'rn , e- 7448 of the City of Seattle, situate In with oroof of such service within x Lower P ke P ace Market [ ,3 . ,J\\;JbE 1 , the City of Seattle, County of King, i months after the date of first publ cation  '-i 3 BEDROOMq State at Washington; l of this notice, or the some wHI be barred, l , uISr-=LLANEOUS FOR SALE 1,- ...... =..+ ................  ....... levied on as the property of said de- Date of first publication Sept. 14, 1962. I - m. . i,,.=...=... ,uu.=u .u,,,,,y .ume. owe. tendant to satisfy o Judgment amount rig; BERTHA SELL PITCHER I I 1 plumbg:. Full basement. Cab. oil to One thousand seven hundred fifty-six! Administrotrix of said Estate J I '%=A2L = I ne.-a.",,-a'.,MarB,c,ln'.-E.A,717' and 56/100 ($],756.56) Dollars, the cost O 14 S02 Washington Building, I ...... _v .....=,..,,_=. ,v= I..,-,..r'-u.. ,,n. =LUO I sult and interest in favor of plaintiff. I Seattle Wash I usea wasnlng muLnme uu r=--I Ib3U unve way EA ^7 *^ .......... & PA S 1523  " a-u uu Dated this 30th" day of .ugust, i962. I EDNA NIEMELA' VERZ'AN I ! ParTs--RenTal ='A a-zou, " '--/--"---'-TJ  i B" Coral Claibourn '  .............. Y of LARRULL & VEKLArll * 8442 Oallas Ave S Large raml v flame view - t I .... ' I ' " - - ..... I ', uepu y Attorneys tar l:STaTe I = M"B,IMr-- U .... l y Oledr?vOmf. H:vv..neat..H.W..rioor= Com. t Finol publication October 5, 1962. ! 502 Washington Building ; n, ...... M -ems y u's/'36'SeevmninZ'uuu/ ................. Seattle Wosh. EA 3 237 AIN  ,,u, - ....................... , iTUBB NGS 'NURSING HOME -6 . [ ALEXANDER L. C I ....................... "Catholic operated" I SEATTLE REALTY CO. J Attorney for Estale SWEENEY & HUNTER Private cases only. --OOR-L-A-D-'-)F--'-'-A'-K- - I 918 Joseph Vance Building  Attorneys for Estate I State Lc No 69 I ( Dc/'r3r'-x' '' I Seotte Wash. I 917 Arctic Buildina t1732.16th Ave. EA. 3-606t[ "i" DELFk.',,..)M,, !IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE! Seanle, Wash .,,,,-,n r,SCE---N'I BY OWNER 1 State of Washington for the County of i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI =' ' NURSING HOME EVEL LOT. SEWER. WATER. King. I State of Washington for the County oil I v t and Semi Private J ln the mater of the Estate of PEARL I v. '?rio e "- " I LA 5-7568 lng. j KENNEDY Deceased No ] 6863t I ! State LIc No 297" '------" " - ............ J ..... i Jn the matter of the Estole of ANNAi .  c ST. ALPHONSUS Notice to creditors, i OSTREM Deceased In probate No ', ........... I i ' [ ' "I 168759. N'otiee to credltors. " '1 $14 750 Not ce s hereby g van that the under S BEDROOMS signed has been appointed and has quail i v h t =mBMALS , / - ' -i No 'ce s hereby g en I gt he under- I rKovn, 24x15 ft. living room. Modern slep sov-fie as Executor of the estate of Pearl sgned has been apponted and has quail- t '. 1 tng kitchen with large eating area. J. Kennedy, Deceased; that all persons lfi d as Executors of the estate of Anno t "'=. ""'n'=/'E'R""HAVE "lqO'l:l Recreation room. New furnace, An having claims against said deceased ore i astral, Deceased; that oll persons how- I '"  older home with modern Interior AS hereb re wred to serve the some duly L.l'tl,I ^DADTAA:FJT J, VI=T i " Y q" ' ling claims against said deceased arel '-,.^;:..'=;i:/:'.  :,L.'t1.1 sume mortgage, SU2-6839. verified, on said executor or his attorneYlhereby required to serve the same duly o , ,I # go"400 : , ...... }2 bedrooms, 3rd in basement Fireplace , g P : stated and file 1he same with the Clerk l assistance in reaamg ona typing Tram vice within sx months after the dare ot " .......... Portly furnished Garage $]0725 ]31 , " " " 'of said Court logether with proof of i ..,=.. d21e.rson or sfuaenr. Jonn werm,, N.W 70th CH 3"6005. " ' ' tsirnSle pbllicteiO;aOfedthis notice, or the] SUCh service within six months otter the[ MA4*U21U. I ..... -n-:o ..... c- "..o.E:', .... ' dale of first publication of this notice, i i ,- .2,,..;  .- ,-,, .......  o___ Date of first publication, August 7, or the same will be barred. I Large J oearoom, -uu semeoT, PHA, PLUMBERS 1962 Dotc f t PLUMBERS $t5775 LA3-0143 - ......... .,.=o o first publication Sep. 21, 1962.! ___'"'' ..... ' ................. ;KUL/U: rE,.E l I JOHN E OSTREM and  PLUMBING & HEATING , ST. LUKE'S--TRANSFERRED Executor of said Estate ; JAMES R OSTREM ; SERVICE IS bedroom split level. Appraised $22,575. 918 Joseph Vance Building i Executors of said Estate i Radtant Heating . . . Retail Store I Make offer. Lt6-1939. Seattle. Wash. 917 Arctic Building, 4S0]-9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 SACRED HEART BELLEVUE ALEXANDER L. CAIN i Seattle, Wash. ' "" Vue-Crest--- bedrooms. 2 baths. Large Attorney for Estate, ! JOSEPH A, SWEENEY ' POSITION WANTED family room. By owner. GL 4-3476. 918 Joseph Vance Building, , of SWEENEY & HUNTER, Seattle, Wash, HANDYMAN -- Odd jobs wanted by sea- Final publication September 21, 1962.1917Seattle,ArctiCWash.BUilding' it was thought that it would develop later in the year. Sov- iet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was believed ready to sign a separate peace tr, ty with Communist East Germany later in 1962. On August 17 something un- forseen hapoened. Peter Feeh- ter, a young East Berliner, tried to climb the Communist wall and to escape into West Berlin. He was shot by Red guards and left to lie on the Communist side of the wall, his life ebbing a way. This touched off a violent reaction in West Berlin that lasted sev- eral days. Crowds surging in the streets stoned oviet troops on their way to the Red war memorial in the British sector of the city. Because nothing had been done to aid the dying East German, the crowds jeered American troops ns well as the Communist East Ger- man guards. It was not clear what Ameri- i can troops could l,ave done to i aid the dying man. Later an ' ambulance was plaed on the i American side of the wall, but would press for a change in the arrangements in Berlin. It is also said that Presi- dent Kennedy asked the Soviet Ambassador here to make it plain to Khrushchev thr.: t h e United .States will not withdraw from Berlin. What has just happened in Berlin is not execcted to turn Khrushchev from his announced plans. If the wrd he got from Ambassador Thompson. and the word Ambassador Anatoly Dob- rynin got from President Ken- nedy, does not persuade him, what has happened in Berlin will not. Wall Is A Year Old Augu.  13 marked the first anniversary of the building of the Communist wall in Berlin. To mark this occasion, the Ger- man Embassy here made pub- lic some figures concerning it. "Since the wall was put up," the embassy related, "over 100 persons h a v e been killed or seriously wounded as a result of violent acticn by S'viet Zone armed personnel " The shooting of Paul Fech- ter had an explosive element that preceding killings dtd 'not 152nd St., died Sepfernber 16. Reautem Raymond Meuse, boY', Sept. 10. September 20 Oar Lady Queen of Kenneth Winkiey, girl Sept. 11, Heaven Church. Burial :Calvary/., Bo'rn . Lawrence FloOd, boy, Sept. 11. in Tacoma. 8ody and fender repair- Bertram Metzger Jr., girl, SePt. 11. man. Member at the Automotive Ma- Dwayne Lashbough, boy, Sept. 12. chinists Union. Survivors: wife, Edna; tWO daughters, Diane dnd Koran; son, James; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Edward O'Neill; a sister, Marylou O'Ne and a brother, Allen J. O'Neill, all of Tacomb. Dryer Mortuary. RIBAR, Mrs. Michael (susie), 82, 2919 Portland Ave., died September 16. Requiem September 19 St. Joseph Church, Surlal Calvary. Born In Aus- tria. Come to Tacoma 50 Years ago from Montana. Member of First Cath- olic Slovak Union Survivors: son, Michael of Tacoma; five daughters, Mrs. Michael Sechko, Mrs. Sue Bend- zok, Mrs. Lloyd Parkins and Mrs. Emil Anderson of Tacoma and Mrs, Helen Snyaer of Seattle; a brother, Andrew Yurovchok of Tacoma; 14 grand-child- ren and nine-great-grandchildren. Cass- edy and Allen Mortuary. Vancouver BAKER, Mrs. Mayer C., 53, 3601 U St., died Sept. 11. Requtem Sept. 1S Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial St, James Acres, Born in Bloisdell, N. D. Lived here one year. Survivors: san, Leland Bomstad, Vancouver; brothers. George, HarrY, Benney and Bill Moder, oll of Great Foils, Mont., Bernard, Cester, Moat., and Kenneth Mader, Losfwood, N. D.; sisters, Mrs. Mnbel Neether, Stanley, N. D, Mrs, Helen Gettle, Blasldell. N. O. and Mrs. Lucy Johnson, Kenmere, N. D. Hamil- ton Funeral Home. Grants For Study Robert Zerga, girl, Sept. 12. Lawrence McDonald, girl, Sept. 12. Bernard Herald, bOY, Sept 13. Nick Marine, girl, Sept. 13. John Morchese, girl, Sent. 13. Joseph Adams, boy, Sept. 13. Nell Moioney, girl, Sept. 13. Dennis Patflson, boy, Sept. 13. Leo Roberts, girl, Sept. 13. George Gruber, gtrl, SePt. 14. James Hoxsey, boy, Sepl. 14. Samuel Hicks, girl, Sept. 14. RaYmond Lockwoo., girl, Sept, 14. Roland Kumasaka, girl, Sept. 14. James Foster, boy, Sept. 14. J. Robert Lorson, boy, Sept. 14, Harry Smatdtna, girl, Sept. 14. Paul McFadden, boy, Sept. 1.$. Paul Doyle, girl, Sept. 15. J. P. Benjamin, boy, Sept. 16. Richard Keete, boy, Seat. 16. Delbert Buchanan, boy, Seat. 1S. Rodney Albln, girl, Set)t. t7. TACOMA--St. JosePh Hospllal re- ports the following births 10 Mr. and Mrs.: Odean Graft, gtrl, Seat. 6. Lt, Thomas Beordemple, girl, Sept, 6, John Dutra, boy, Seat. 8. Alvin Bradley, girt, Sept. 7. Paul Donko, girl, Sept. 10. Joseph Betzendorfer, girl, Sept. 10. William Combs, boy, Sept. 11. Donald Nine, bay, Seat. tl. Gordon Hayes, boy, Sent. lf. William Amburgery, girl, Sept. 11. Robert Tatik, girl, Sept 11. Willard Homestead, girl, Sept. 13. Martin Donahue, girl, Sept. 13. Robert Retake, boY, Sept. 13. Salvatore Guisti, girl, Sept. 14, Wllttam CoBham, boy, Sept. 15. Duonine Gustin, girl, Sept. 16, TACOMA--t. #oseph Hosplo tl reports the following birth to Mr. and Mrs: ......  Final publicalion October S, 1962. , Bgain it was not known what WASHINGTON, (NC) -- Robert KurUs, boy, Aug, 21. are .... Jack Marcoe, girl, Aug. 24. ' men who waiting tot sh,ps. Ex-Council Press MA00O,E,McER,DE ................................................................................ perlenced painters, good ot carpentry, 1 have. It showed that highly Scholarships totaling more than Rapheal MenLing, boy, Aug, 25. will do chores, Ph. Catholic Seaman's Anorneys for Estate dengerous incidents can arise Donald Howry, boy, AUg. 25. Grou sen,,,o 8. was.,ng,o. OUR PARISH without warning. ,od00 des,ros baby p Headed 47,1':, Rainier Avenue South i $63,000 have been awarded 20 JamesJhn BucavoZ,Burns, girl,girl'Aug.AUg'27.27" sitting, housework. Live in. North End IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE' Because of Moscow's long- graduate students for studies Marcos Colon, girt, Aug," 2'7. Stale of Washington for King Counly. I I t"--""-[ 1" t Joseph DeSordie. boy, Aug, 9. - pr,,erred ME334,2 By Writer In the Matter ot the Estate of NICOLAI ., I I II //] standing determination to in psyehiatric social work and James Do\\;,',ey, glr].,'Aug, '9. . , CAN--rb]e--h-onest-wa]Jr'ess-or'-wTl-I SANTORA, Deceased. In Probate. No. j /"3 "I/'I I  L----2.L,-..-,--J force the Western Powers out o[ " .. William Gordon. boy, Au. 29. grill cook. Days. Saturday and Sun-,, --,VATlr'AN'..,.,, ==r"[TV mnt ..... 1'] ira. 168821 Notice to Creditors. // ,, .,,...- . . . . vocational rehabilitation of the Be ndamlne Jackson gtrl, Aug. " day oft. References. SU 2-6023. I . - r .... The undersigned tS the appointed and (q 2'/''/n/'. ,,, I I( / Berlm it has never been possl- . ........... ,; . - , I-.. - ,u ......... mentally Ul at L, atnolic unlver- u h r dio, NC) Msgr James I Tu W-TLI---ASS]SI'--;ffh - gt-h0use'Hork---  " qualified Executrix at the obove-entLnedl / hi, &l ,l "/, '3' r-"Pt /I/n I jL[II /////,/I/ II  ble tu Hav tnu alleemeut , Leo Habrlck. boy. Aug. 30. : companion. 9 to 4 dany. The Progress, cek, head of the Rome bureau EMote. A, persons having claims against ) /"{ L /------- ---LI /r / j___ [ ////// IBIll/fRIIk BOX B , .... ' .-, of the NCWC News Service and said Deceased ore required to serve ( / /, ,,, 1 "/ I / /'/[[f/ Bl|llllllllllt necessary to the proper admin- sity s School of Social Service Glenn abets, girl, Aug; 31. " same on said Executrix or her attornes . '/ '/ " /-/L=- I I I '11 FIqt'llllllll itration o[ a d!vided ci like for the acadernic year 1962-63. wesley Wooten, girl, Aug, al.  TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVlCE I whose by-line appears frequent- at the address below slated and file so / /tE / ,'%----'.,''=" , /A I I I Illl F 'lllq Larry LaCrosse, boy, AU., 3:1.. ..... . with the Clerk of satd Court, together L /{ .--"i r'.-r, r-'l n=,-rl/ 1 f-'ll 'h l'-c--I I TI I. ,l Berlin. Moscow s decision to Funds come from the Nation- Willfamwalter 'blcHugh,Malli' bOY,bo,Sept.sept. :t.8, , FENORICH RADIO & TV I ly fn The Progress wtth d!s with proof of service, wlth SiX months {. k//I {rll IFIII Ir III tll E ,J /l/|l I II I'/;/ erect the dividing wall only in ........ .......... Ralph Sisneros, boy Sept. 3. "Member St. Edward's Porlsh" ! patches emanatmg [rom the otter first publlcatlnn of this Nofice. i - f, 11"' _"_-_" 'f.![--Jl .j'l- )/ .._ II I'  . . at mStltue o! mental nealm oz _ PA. 3-1172 i Eternal City, has been named Date of first publication: September rr'''.  . ,...e,:.---.-.----   II I% (." creased the strains and ten ......... Garry Palmer, girl, Sept. 3. -- . , ..... the u  ,'UDIiC taealth ervice Walter Fietz, boY. Sept. 15.. 21, 1962. I ...:'4 ',";; """t, .:__ ,..- rm ii r/f , slons Acnn SWlItly in the _ :'"  ..... VANCOUVER--St. 'Joseph NaSFltel PIP director of the English-language MARY M. I.ERNIO I " ---:-'_ c' C" { "1 r//j7 \\; . . .. .. . . . and the umce ot vocauonat ports the tollowlng births ta Mr. end Seattle, Washington ]  (, /'[  [' )  ) ........ RenaDultatlon of the uepart- Mrs.:  SALES_& REPAIR_ _ group for the press section of 123s so. Cloverdale St./ * L " :....x._ ,/ v  wake ot me recent aemonstra-  ........... lions bOVlet Kussla 8DOllsneQ ' f o .. ,, , , . Clifford Richter, boy, Sept. . men OI Healr..n, ..aucatlon ann Gilbert Belisle, glrl, Sept. 5, ' RENTALS the corfiing ecumenical council. MALONE & McBRIDE t ..,.. I,.lg../ I /kl" //1 Attorneys for Estate   I P \\; IY'Z'/I its office of Soviet commandant W '" . elTare " Rentatypewrltertorschool. i MonsignorTucek, anativeof 4741,/RamierAvenueSouth r,,/..S:'--E::====)?.k' Iv ,11 inBerlin, This was seen as an ' HISf(IIDeCI Ij Student Rates. Free Delivery ........... Seattle 8, Washington I t'% " Zket I lLJJ ' MODERN'OFFICE EQUIP. CO. JJallas, stuoleQ a[ tne ban An- Final publication October 5, 1962. JNI.- /[Ji.  attempt at harassment, to in- ,_ "mem.Bb'Bzn--WE 5-7120.HOW osary 'ansn" ........... tni semina'00 and was r" D-d-te-of-w0rid 1" 00oalneo. " " in ..... 1't/. rte'" s,uoleQ" "' " v( crease tensiOnS at a time wherta calming influcAce was need- ',m nTo " journalism at Northwestern hi _'  ed. Y University, Evanston, Ill., and Euc ar StlC i Berlin is once more clearly leAdvise Seminary Fordham University in New e e, Set /!i (, ,,'ab.a - . established as what it has al- FUNERAL i L "-- -- .............  O " "------"-- ways been -- the world's num- :- ST. LOUIS (NC)--Joseph Car- Yrk. . ....... _on=ress ne worKea ,or me tort ROME (NC)-- Father Giu-t ""( L:');   ----___.'=" b -r one trouble spot. HOME I, d:nal R:tter has named three ......... ....... worth Star .elegram ana ,s a seppe Missaglia, S,S,S., secre-I - ' 'Y ,//%,, " -.-..._ i laymen m a 1a-member aQVl- . " "'" " "e " former managing eoltor Otm tary of the Committe f"- Inter- t A XIh /'J, . sory board of Cardinal Glennon ........... .... /exas tatnolm weeKly ot me national Eucharistic Con-I //ft /'(,;/i] dr ' ServingCaholicFamJJleB" J College--the cn..oge department  " ..... ' ...... Cassl_. Jerread " $ For Over Thirfy ........ ;;nlla-rort worm mocese, ne gresses announced here that| / / / Iillf"T/ aT me seminary system Tar me ' ' ....... 95" ' l , .'.' Archdiocese of St Louis ]o,nea me r<oma nureau ,n ,,,a the next world Eucharistic con- I '-y.f. 11:/7 Years I -- A la'yman was "named'chair. . andl959 .was made a monsignor in gress will take p!ace in Born- I ///[[/i '2,Jq Funeral Home Jma;, of the board, He is Leo "' bay, India, in 1964 from Noxem- t ['" / I iM/I-,'.',l ON.GROUNDS PARKING I Wieck, former comDtroller for I ber 28 to December 6. / ] [ I :' ''l Robert Cassidy, Pres. MEI s t the May Department Store i Monastel?/ Blessed Father Missaglia said he ex- / { I  H:::,';:,I ro e t chain, r S C H W A R Z B E R G- BEI- pects to discuss plans for the j  'k"): James Cassidy, Vice Pres. 2 0100 I Msgr. James M. Stakelum, i SCHEINFELD, Germa-y (NC) congress with Valerian Cardinal ! t I I  . m rector Of the college, said ay- [ -- The newly recon'-'tructed Gracias, Archbishop of Born- t I 0.,, I.d I EVERETT _.08 North 36fh I men were wanted on the board I Franciscan monastery here, de- bay, who set the dates for the   J , Seattle i to give'their views and to serve j troyed by fire in lg60, has been meeting, during his visit here 1 ,2c,.,, /o-/-g 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 GEORGE HOFFNER i "L aS a liaison betwee.n the semi- { dedicated by Archbishop Jose[ to take. part in,,, the coming II "Don't get exoted' that's her husband'" Owner /I t o ...... :"" ' g  "A " ectm" nil rrl"' '1.  " narv Bnd he c r . ,. " r nf Rmhr, ' Ftmldcd [ l,,l Ex/t'r/c n ce L, A I 1 N trY FUNERAL HOME Serving Tacoma Since 1905 South Yakima at IOth , t