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BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday .:. PHONE: MA 2-8880---Local 21 ii CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE \\; \\; .... -- PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST BENEDICT'S New & Used Cars & Trucks Please ask for DAN WALTON CH, 4-5440 tRee. WE. 7-5130'1 BUY NOW AND SAVEr! ALAN GREEN CHEVROLET 100,000 mile guarantee on all new cars i AUTO REPAIR & SERVICE HOMES So. End Top Value VIEW 3 BDRM. FAMILY ROOM DAYLITE BSMT. West Seattle Junction HOLY ROSARY PARISH $250 DN $13,750 Larger older home In popular West Seat- tle area close ta schoots, bus and shop- ping. Featuring: Large view living room --farm style kitchen with loads of eat- Inn space---2 twin-sized bedrooms on main level--dayllght lower level has a family room and 3rd bedroom finished In beautiful gumwood. Don't wait on this exclusive listing! Call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers, Inc 11036 - Ist Ave. South BELLEVUE ST. LUKE'S 4 BDRMS. FABULOUS BUY $22,500 Top area of fine homes on No-Traffic street. Four finished bedrooms, profes- sionally finished recreation room with bar, fireplace and half both In day- light basement. Luxurious living room has massive fireplace plus a BONUS of lush wall to wall carpets and fine draperies. Fully tiled sparkling master bath. Holiday sized dining room, Cyclone fenced yard. Owner transferred out of state and has 'priced to sell NOW! Many more fine features . . get full details by calling LI6-2466 about Ad No. 5. JORGENSON REALTY CO. HOLY FAMILY 4 BEDROOMS BETTER THAN NEW Is this 5 year old full daylite beet. home with 2 fireplaces, loA baths & loads of cupboards & stor- age for only $21,500. COUNTRY HOMES CH 3-444 FOR SALE PFP CHR,ST THE K,NG J Greenwd. 3 LGE. BEDROOMS VACANT $13,950 This full bsmt. home Is In Immaculate condition throughout. All large rooms, beautiful hardwood floors, nicely land- scaped yard with large patio and built In barbecue alongside an attractive fish pond. Yard all fenced, 2 car detached garage. Vacant and ready to move Into on credit approval. Call LA4-1130 now to see Ad No. 3832. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 7314 Aurora Ave. SACRED HEART VILLA Comfortable 2 bedroom full basement home. Wall fo wall carpeting. 2 refrlg. orator freezers. Range. Fine neighbor. hood. Some view. Ready tar occutncy. DRIVE BY; 4553 51st Ave. N.E. FHA $1900 DN. -- $110 MONTHLY CALL LA 3-5941 FOR APPOINTMENT PETRICK REALTY CO. AD 2-0900 WOODLAND PARK ST. JOHN'S VACANT 4 BEDROOMS $450 DN. FULL BASEMENT Built like the Rock of Gibraltar and aS clean as a new home. This Is one of the finest older homes with a abundance of room, The huge living room with fireplace and formal dining room are carpeted with the most expensive wool carpeting. Also included are the drop* eries. We are not kidding when we say you can put 2 double beds in allot the bedrooms. They ore EXTRA LARGE. Just walk across the street and you are In Woodland Park, the finest In the Northwest. VACANT. Immediate pos- session can be arranged. Walk t0 school and city bus. Hurry on Ad No. 3616. Picture Floor Plans Inc., 18332 Aurora Av LI. 2-3184 ST. JOSEPH'S ONE BLOCK FROM SACRED HEART 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, brick and cedar rambler with Lake view. 2200 sq. ft. on beautifully landscaped lot, located at end of private lane away from traffic. Two fireplaces. Large family room. Carpeting and drapes. House tn excel- lent condition. $35,400. By owner. GL 4-5900. McDONALD AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE "Your Credit is good" So 11th and I Streets Toc%200Lh I CArE FOR RENT I $70 fully equipped. On two bus flnes. I Brick building. Owner pays no utilities.! i EA 2-0B74. .,, ! MISC. FOR SALE CARPET WORK GERMAN SHEPHERD PUPPIES. CHAM- PIONSHIP STOCK, A.K.C. REGIS- RUG ANDcLEANINGUPHOLSTERY TERED. LA 3-6844. In your home, i ,=KRAMER CLEANER LA. s.s4so NURSING HOME STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 Private cases only. Tom McElroy LA 2.4671 State Llc. No. 69 I 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 CONTRACTING -- --  -- HOME FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. gUHOrS and downspouts, Asbestos and[ Excellent Food. composition siding. Free estlmates. I (Wash. State LIc. No. 240) @ueroatead work. Call C. R. MARCYES.!9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-42% IIA 4-8481 840 Poplar Place H'N EON STRUCTIO-N- COmp l i remodeling service, room additions, re-} | Illro, Interior, exterior. Insured Refer. I ences. Up to 5 years to pay. I PA 2-44(,3 I FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Cotessen 9436 16fh Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class I. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no told PERSONAL INFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster par- ants urgently requested for new born babtes. Also summer placements for school age children Catholic Children's Services 1310 No. I Street Tacoma EM 2-6326 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE LAKE WASHINGTON VIEW NEW 3 BEDROOMS ONE AND ,/4 BATHS EATING SPACE IN KITCHEN Built-in oven, range, dishwasher. Large living room and dining area. Full day- light basement with roughed In bath, WEDGWOOD VIEW LAKE WASHINGTON $650 DN. 4. BEDROOMS ASSUMPTION 2 BATHS 4 BEDROOMS, basement. Llvlng room. 10 YEARS OLD Alumlnum sldlng. Appraised S'6,S00 Selling for S14,950. Transferred to East $19 250 Coast. LA5-8721. ; RAINIER BEACH Real good family home In this choice ', Close to St. Paul's nnd all schools and area. Slate entry. Company size IIv- shopping. 4 bedroom shake. Immaou- Inn room and dining room, 3 twin size late. Wall to wall carpet and drapes. bedrooms on the main floor with a love- Patio. 9340 Waters Ave. South. ly large one finished In the basement. Finished recreation room. Close to all l ST ANNE'S schools, city bus, a n d shopping. I QUEEN ANNE 3 bedroom Dutch Colon a, Sprinkler system--for this Immaculateiy i double plumbing. Birch k tchen Beau- kept yard. View of Lake Washington. tlful patio. Level. $33,500--Mr. Garrison. Hurry, call on Ad No. 1497. AT 2-6439. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. , BLAINE REALTY 13300F__kABothell Way N.E. 11 ,= BOSTON AT 3-5511 Ev. 4-J 180 I $550 UNDER FHA 4 BR'S PLUS ON FIRST FLOOR ONLY $450 DOWN, INCLUDING CLOSING COSTS, for this spacious home. Double plumhlng. Basement. Perfect home for the growing family. Call today, Mary Bracelln. EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. recreation room and space for 2 more 1550 -"ve wY RIENBU EA,,0o bedrooms, Choose your own colors, EDWARD HALL REALTY CHRIST THE KING BY OWNER Large Western styled rambler 21' Itv. A lovely 3 bedroom home. Excellent cart.  rm., log-sized frplc. Sparkling vanity dltlon. Beautiful large fenced In yard bath, 3 twin sized bdrms. Aft. garage with patio. $18,950. EM2-1701 & Vs. Separate utility rm. Huge patio In beautiful, landscaped bnckyard, com- pletely fenced. Incomparable neighbor- hood. Call now to see -- 1st time adver. tlsed. SECOMA RLTY., INC CH3-2733 Burlen Office at 14001 Ambnum $I01 MO. 4 BDRMS.2 BATHS Huge Grounds--Secluded 00VACANT-- 2 FIREPLACES -- REC. ROOM WHY RENT? Modest down payment moves you Into this 3 year old beau- ty. Terrific floor plan, sliding doors to patio, buIIt-ln range, oven, dlshwnsher choice district of fine homesl Key at LA5-6116, Beet's Realty, Inc. r FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL 1 BLOCK TO ST. JAMES Inder new management. Redecorated. Cleon, warm rooms. Pensioners wel- come. $40 month up. 823 Madison -- MA 3-4174 F-OR RENT: Sleeping rooms with or with- out kitchen privileges. Reasonable. Close to Seattle University. 1026 James St., MA. 2-9727. NEAR ST JOSEPH'S 1601 EAST MERCER Spoclous deluxe 1 and 2 bedroom units. Heat and appliances. Block to bus and shopping. ACROSS STREET ST. MARK'S bedroom unfurnished house. Call EM 4- 3259. ST. PAUL'S RENT $75 per month. A two bedroom bungalow. Call Mrs, Youngs; PA5-9088. 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment. Large living room, fireplace, wall to wall carpet. Stove and refrigerator. 117th & Greenwood, EM 2-0324. NEAR ST. JOHN'S I Broadway 2-9359 I A GOOD FAMILY HOME IN ASSUMP- ST. MATTHEW'S F0T--.#, I ENGLISH BRICK T,ON PARISH. Large 4 bedroom. Far- NEEDED I 1 We hove an urgent need for tempo aryl paclous family home View of Lake r UNIVERSITY 2/= BATHS 4 BEDROOMS mica kltcnen. Paved alley, streets side- ZERO DN. G.I. TERMS s ' ' foster homes for Infants as well as I . walks. Aluminum siding. AC otl heat. FULL BASEMENT. Territorial vlow from I Detached ear. OWNER ANXIOUS due large living room with fireplace, sop- and Mountains Mahogany doors and to immediate Job transfer. Asking orate dining. Two generous bedrooms older ch dren Board rate, mad ca caret trim Cleon large basement AC oil heat and clothng ore provided by the agency.[ Goraqe Among qua ty homes" S23950'i S15,950 . . . call Pat Hentschell (mem. plus room for 2 more In basement If you are inlorested, please call. I Call " ' .... Our Lady of the Lake). Breakfast space in handy kitchen, At. MA 3-9065  ME. 2-4640. Call Ted Mehrer. I LA. 4-010 fached garage. Fenced lot with native CATHOL C CHILDRENS SERVICES i PEOPLES REALTY 1 HILLCREST REALTORS INC trees. Rent wh closng $14,250 [ ----PETS -- ME 2-4640 2101 Nadh 45th, AWARD WINNING CONTEMP" Crewford & Conover, Inc.  -;------- SECLUDED__2S 950 (Wash. Oldest Real Est, F rm) G00E00P00M] IMPLKI/-kL l-a,st !MERCER ,SLAND %E BASETT-'O00th HE. PIONSHIP STOCK, A.K.C. REGIS- EAST SIDE ' N ..... S "r "=V .......... i MOORSE DESIGN. 'One floor plan In OUR LADY OF THE LAKE TERED. LA 3-6044. I .  ,,= .  ,-ur,,=,x.] wooded nat ve sell ng. Yet wa k ng dls- ,,, F,/ishteILo,;]erSnirtdy lhOowmOVe jjo ow_ ,ante to St. Monlca's. Three or possible, ONE-OF-A-KIND I/llUll=n =  " s,,= o  _':====" P="] 4 bedrooms 2 baths Call for appoint There Is 4 bedrooms 2 baths recreation do y I0 a.m. ill 9 at nlgnl., Call SH 6- nt 9221 Prestig ^ Homes nc I me . AD 2-2S7S (anytime). I roam and 2 fireplaces in thls spacious L G MASSART & SONS Mchael g, g ba t 2 backs St I ! " " -" s"-685o ' 's sd;oal, Chu'rch. S13,9S, I I:r--AI Mr.rllm.,= iHALL REALTY SU 3-3863 4501 9fh Ave 1 w u J .... " Terms, Owner. Route I, Box 11 Olym- ll4ilB IIIVIIII  " .... p,o ] ' VIEW OUEEN ANNE , -- BY BUILDER FRANK B. CARR Beautiful Dutch Colonial. Sweeping view WAGES Pensioner desires main- Four New Basemen. ramblers to choose Attorney for Estate of entire Harbor 3 bdrms., 2V= baths, teaance work, saw filing, tool man or from, one of which is located 1 block i 112 Union Avenue w.w carpet & drapes. Re(:. rm., 2 fire- bench hand in cabinel shop. Call SU from St. Phllamena school. $19,850 and l Snohomish, Washington p aces. Asking $30,000. 4-8959 or EA4-6148. up. TR8-2958. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEILA5-5702 O'Neill & Seldelhuber ' State of Washington for King Coumy. J ST. ANN'S In the Matter of the Estate of CHESTER1 ,.CT. ,.....L., , ./("3ql:::Pl-4' By Owner, 5 bedroom home, close to S. BAKER, Deceased. tn Probate. No.i everything 3 bocks from St. Ann's. 170292. Notice at Hearing Final Report I A very attract ve 4 bedroom home tn For sole or will lease. $14,000--AT 3-0522. and Pelition for Distribution. Crescent Drive area. Pretty entrance ...,----'--:- -,-"..-:-'--- Nolice is hereby given that Frieda M. and day rooms. Breakfast room. lh w=u,,wuuu--uur Laay at 1no LaKe, 3 Arthur, as Adminlstralrix of the Estate I baths. Home in excellent condition. Call bedrooms_. Fenced back yard. Available of Chester S Baker has filed in the= Mrs. Murphy EA2-2710.--LA2-5626 now /U/AL paymenls 3 mamn 3236( ' " ' office of the Clerk of so=d Court herl VINr'rNT r% k.41//ED Iklt " R E 90th EM4-1498 ..L / IJ. IVlII.LEI IIN,. .... fmnl Report and petition for dlstrlbutlon, l i .  ,. .... asking the Court to settle said Report,, ' i (distribute the property to the persons I" thereto entitled and to discharge sold BIRTHS LEGAL NOTICES Administratrlx; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 11th dayl of October, 1963, at 10:00 A.M. at 1he Court Room at the Probate Deportment P. R. MclNTOSH of said Court, at which time and place l Attorney for Estate any persons Interested In said Estate Furnished. New. one bedroom apartment ....... Prlvale bath. SU 3-9714. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVlGE  Aii-$ 'Sii .lFt " """'E N D R I"H R A D-"' " '' ' he "" Catholic home. Homey atmosp re, Call i "-,=-,.,,...,, ....... + =,-r,'- =r,.'=h. LA 2*0262. 1 PA. 3-1172 i i   VACANT LOT LARGEST  STORE on the % Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free HERR HOMES delivery", Credit. Custom Built on Your Lot RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE 1032 sq tt daylite bsmt ............. $ 9,899 TU. 5-1378 Redmond 1272 sq ft daylite bsmt .............. $11,485 2274 sq ft Split Level ............... $11,899 GREETING CARDS 272 sq tt Rambler .................. $ 9,495 Write or Phone for Brochure GREETING CARDS WE WILL DESIGN A HOME HALF PRICE CHRISTMAS CARDS TO FIT YOUR NEEDS GIFT WRAP -- RIBBON LA2-4671 These homes are complete JA  except Interior painting HELP WANTED - Exclusive Sales office for, Herr Homes NTED: COOK-HOUSEKEEPER FOR McKENZIE REALTY PARISH RECTORY. W R I T E THEI12647"Des Molnes CH 3.3800 - For Tull Free Calls From North PROGRESS, '*BOX B." EI and East of Seattle PA3-4242 NANTED: SALESMAN TO SELL MOST BEAUTIFUL CATHOLIC BIBLE EVER PUBLISHED. EM. 4-7482. u HOUSEKEEPER FOR SEATTLE REC- NOTICES TORY. Two prlesls. Reply to box "L" LEGAL THE PROGRESS. WANTED--Janltor, :4 llcease, Io oper. ate furnaces To live In. Single. Reply MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate, " Greenwood Block 85th and Greenwood Seott e, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I Slate of Washington for the County of K ng. In the Matter of the Estate of EDITH LENNON, Deceased. In Probate. No. 160972. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for DistrtbuIIon. I Notice ts hereby given that LOIS CURTIN, ADMX, W.W.A. of the Estate of EDITH LENNON has filed In the office: of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, ask- ing the Court to settle said Report, dis- tribute the property to the persons there- to entitled and to discharge said Ad- may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated this 101h day of September, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, C'rk of Court H. W POTTER, Deputy FRANK B, CARR, Attorney for Estale, 112 Union Avenue, Snohomlsh, Washington Final 10-4-63 CUMMINGS & HARRIS Attorneys for Estate 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County to Box "A" The Progress. In O= WA'NTE-D---some- tor-houwork 30 40 hours per week. Near new brtdge Bellevue. On o bus Ilno. Con be studenl or housewife. Coil GL 4-5883. 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 DELICIOUS, home-made broken chat- olates. Fresh and fine, 89c per Ib. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd NE (opposite Marshall Scheol). ESTI NGHOUSE REFRIGERAT- OR FREEZER, NEW, COPPER TONE, 2 door. 12 cu. It. S225. Choirs, Lamps, China, Gloss, etc. Call evenings; LA3- 7718. GILLNET BOAT AND LINES, for one Net $2500, Inquire 3222 Norton Ave., Everett, Washington. Phone AL 2-1334. LEGAL NOTICE BELLINGHAM -- St. Josoph Genorat Hospital reports the following births to Mr. gnd Mrs.: Richard Swan, boy, September 20. George Butenschoen, boy, September 20. Jerome Wilson, boy, September 2t. Dale Strlckler, boy, September 21. Hector Valadez, boy, September 22 EVERETT -- Provldea'co HosplloI reports the following births te Mr. and Mrs.: Jerome Parker, boy, August 27. Fred LaFreniere, boy, August 28. Lawrence Rochen, boy, August 30. Theodore Sweet, girl, August 31. Jack Salvadalena, boy, August 30. George Avll/a, boy, September 6. James Pohle, boy, September 10. Vern Benson, twins, boys and girl, September 10. Elvern Krous, girl, September 11. George Huffman, boy, September 11. Weston Robinson, boy, September 13. JAMES J. McBRIDE of MALONE & McBRIDE Attorneys for Estate 563 Olympic Natl. Life Bldg. mlnistratrtx W.W.A,; and that said Re- Seattle, Wash. port and petHIon will be heard on the In 1he Matter of the Estate of ONETA IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 22nd day of October, 1963, at 9:30 A.M. McCARTY, Deceased. In probate. Ro. State of Washington for the County at the Court Room of the Probate De- 172031. Nofico to creditorS. Byron Gleason, girl, September 14. of Kin I partmeaf of said Court at wch tree Notice is hereby gwea that the un I Joe Hisey, girl, September 15. g : , . In the Mailer of the Estale of FRANKand place any person interested in said tders!gned has heen appanted and hasl Robert Schlindwein, girl, September 17. YURICH Deceased. In Prohate. No. Es ate may appear and file object one l quallf ed as Admlnistrotrix of the estate John Degenstein, girl, September lg. 170612. Notice to Creditors. thereto and conlest the sanle, of Onela McCarty, Deceased; lhat all Notice s hereby gtven that the under- Dated this 241h day of September, 1963. persons having claims against said de-I SEATTLE -- Provldeace Hospital Signed has been appoinled and has quall-J Date of first publication September 26, ceased ore hereby required to serve the I reports the following births to Mr. fled as adminislrator of the estate of 1963. lsome duly verified, on said Administra- and Mrs.: Frank Yurich Deceased; that all persons " NORMAN R. RIDDELL, trlx or her attorney of record at the Perdlse Shll, boy, September 12. having c alms against said deceased are Clerk of sold Court, l address below stated, and file the some I Luke Camarda, boy, September lS. hereby required to serve the same duly HELEN L. HICKOK, with the Clerk of said Court, together Tony Silva, boy, September 15. vet fed on said administrator or his Deputy ' I wlth proof of such service within six Robert Sailer, girl, September 17. attorneys of record at the address be- P. R. MclNTOSH, months of 1he date of first pub ication I Dougas Campbell, boy, September 17. low stated, and file the same wllh the Attorney far Estate of this notice, or the same wtll bat Rlchard Dawson, girl, September 17, Greenwood Block 85th and Greenwood Seattle, Washington Final 10.11.63 KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANoERG, AttorneYs 1114 Fourlh Avenue Building Seanle, Wash. MA 3-0737 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington or the County of Clerk of said Court, togelher wilh proof of such service wllhin six months oiler the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first pubiieatlon September 20, 1963. DOMINICK V. DRIANO, Administrator of said Estate 563 Olympic Notional Life Bldg., Seattle, Washington MOSCHETTD, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estale, 563 Olympic Natl. Life Bldg. Seattle, Washington borred. Date of first publication September 27, 1963. EDITH SMITH Admlnistratrlx of said Estate. 1008 Olympic National Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Cummings & Harris Attorneys tar Estate, 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 10-11-63 CUMMINGS & HARRIS Attorneys for Estate 1008 Olympic Not'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Wush[ngton for King County Richard Atwood Jr., boy, September 17. ElvJn Luse, boy, September 17. Gerad Fay, girl, September 17. Chester Holly, glrl, September 18. Marvin Bruce, bay, September 18. CHfford kSchatteokerk, girl, Septem- ber 18. Robert Schuh, boy, September 19. Raherf Denlni, boy, September 21. John MiNer, girl, September 21. John Bates, girl, September 22. F. Benlamln Schuller, boy, September 22. Symphony Season Opens Oc+ober 7 The Seattle Symphony Or- 4741/ Rainier Avenue South Seattle 8, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County In the Matter of the Estate of PERRY BRUUN, Deceased. In probate. No. 173314. Nottce to Creditors. The undersigned is the appa]nted and qualified Executrix of the obove-entilled Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased are required to serve some on said Executrix or her at- torneys at the address below stated, and same with the Clerk of said Court, ether with proof of service, within six months after first publication of this Notice. Oate of first publication: Sept. 27, 1963. ELLEN C. BRUUN AddreSs: 4741V Rainier Ave. South, Seattle, Washington James J. McBride of Malone & McBrld Attorneys for Estate, 4741V= Rnlnler Avenue South Seattle S, Washington Final t 0-11-6 Final 10-4-63. King ............................. In the Matter of the Eslate of GRACE MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO HARRIET FARRAR, Deceased. In Pro- Attorneys for Estate bate. No. 170218 Nolice of Hearing 563 Olympic National Life Bide, Final Report and Petlllon far Dlstribu- , Seattle, Wash nglon tion. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE No ce s hereby glvea that Murlel In the Matter of the Estate of Arthur chestra will open its 60th An- State of Washington tar the County of Mawer, Executrx af the Estate of Gracet V. SHORROC.K, Decoased,_m Proeote. niversary season MoDday and filed n the off ce of NO I/Z187 Novice To Crealtors King Harriet Farrar, has " ' " , ' n 1he Matter of the Estate of MARY the C ark of sad Court her final Report Notice Js horeby gven 1hat the un- Tuesday, OctDber ? and 8 in G. PRICCO, Deceased. In Probate No and pell lon for distribution asking the[dersig ned has been appointed as Ad. the Opera House, with the first 173191. Notice to Credilors. Court to set le said Roport, d sir bute 1he mlmstrohx of 1he estate of Arthur V. Notlce Is hereby given that the under- property to the persons thereto entttled lShorrock, ' Deceased; that all persons, i O[ " pairs of subscription con- signed has been appointed and has and 1o discharge said executrix; and thot lhovlng Claims against sole aeceasea I qua ifled as Executor af the esta e oflsid Report and petition will be heard are hereby required to serve the same i (errs which will star musical Mary G. Pr coo, Deceased that a per- on the 9th day of Oclohnr, 1963, at 9:30 the same duly varified, on said Admln- reats 'rom aH parts of the sons having claims against said de-]A.M, at the Court Room of 1he Prohatelistratix._ or her. atlorney, at reco.rd I worl(. ceased are hereby requ red to serve the Department of said Court, at which time the aaaF.css._aemw .stazea, aria ue me / ame duly verified on said execular or[and place any person teresled n sadlsa me wim ne lerK at sara Lourl, lO-, The orchestral program ihs altorneys of record at the address Estate ray appear and file obiections]gether with proof of such service within I I below stated, and f e the sa'ne w h the timreto and con es the same. six rnonths after the date of first publi- scheduled for the first pair will Clerk of sad Court, together w h proof Dated this 101h day of Sept., 1963. Icatlnn of this notice, or the same wtll! feature the talents of three out- of such serv cew lh n s x months after I Dote of f rst puh ca on Sop 13, 1963 be barred. the date of first publication of this notice, NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Date of first publication Soptember 27, standin S e a t t l e educators; or 1be some w be barred Clerk af sold Court, 19 .  under the direction o[ the Sym- ATT L O PR CCO, By R. S. HOFEDITZ BARBARA A. SHORROCK, t phony's c o n d u c t o r, Milton Executor of said Esfate, I Deputy ' ! Adnliltralrix of..said E.s)ale. i 563 Olympic Naliono Llte Bide. KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, i 10u3 Ulymplc ratlonal elan. [ Katims. Pianists Lockrem John- Seoltle Weshington [ KOCH & GRANRERG SeatLle'--Wah' i son and John Ringgold will pel- MOSCHETTO ALFIERI & DRIANO, Atlorneys for Estate, Cummings & Harris I Attorneys for Estale 1114 Fourth Avenue Building Attorneys for Estate, form the Saint Saens "Carnival 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seanle, Wash. 1008 Olympic Not'l Bldg. of the Animals," with Gregory Seeflle Washington MA 3-0737 I Seattle, Wash. [ Final 10-4-63 Final 9-27-63i Flnal 10-11.63 Falls Rs narrator, J ln Memoriam I 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. William Bennett, S.J., died October 3, 1948. Enumlaw VINISHNIC, Charles, 78, died Sept. 19. Requiem Sept. 23 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Yugoslnvla. Came to MaclSAAC, Mrs. Mary M., 1006 Spring St., died Sept. 17. Requiem Sepl. 19 Our Lady's Chapel St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born in Oetweln, Iowa. Come here from Suquamish In 1940. Was a member of the Legion of Mary. Survivors: son, William W., Suquamish; daughters, Miss Madge Macleaac, Seattle, Mrs. Sara Heller, Anchorage, Alaska, and Mrs. Frank Kennedy, Portland, Ore.; sister, Mrs. W. L. McLelland, Seattle, and six grandchildren MARTIN, Charles, 24, 1147 16fh Ave. E. Requtem Sept. 20 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Seattle. Was graduated from St. Martin's High School and attonded St. Martin's Col- lege. Was a construction worker. Survivors: wlfe, Darlene; mother, Mrs. Mary Martin, Seattle; father, Claude Martin, Duvall; sister, Mrs. Glenn Schirmann, Orick, Calif., and twa brothers, Willlam, Seattle, and John Martin, In Germany. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. MILLER, Mrs. Vincent (Ernestlno], 1223 Spring St., died Sept. 22. Requiem Sepl. 25 St. James Cathedral. Entomb. the United States 60 years ago and ment Holyrood. Born In St. Isldor, to the Enumclaw area about 30 years Quebec. Came here 58 years ago. age. Was a retired farmer and logger. Member of the Seattle Historical So- Survivors: wife, Anna; daughters, Mrs. Edna Woods, Peoksklll, N.Y., clety, the Lakevlew Gulld of the Chul- dCen's Orthopedic Hospital, the Seattle and Mrs. Mary McBride, Ntpona, Day Nursery, the Seattle Music and Callt., a sister, Mrs. Mary Sternard, Art Foundation, the Seattle Golf C/ub .Seattle, and two grandchildren. Enum- claw Funeral Home. and the Sunset Club, Survivors: sisters, Everett MILLER, Mrt. Elizabeth M., 52, 2514 Harrison St., dled September 17. Requiem September 20 Perpetual Help Church. Born In England and lived here 25 years. No known survivors. Claudia Bbrdeaux, Seattle, and Aloysla Bordeaux, Miami, Fla., ond seven sfelP children. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. MINAGLIA, Pletro (Beppe], 77, 1535 N.W. 53rd St., died Sept. 21. Requiem Sept. 26 St. Alphonsus Church. Burlal Holyrood. Born In Italy. Came to the United States and Seattle 48 years ago. Survivors: sister, Mrs. Mary Mlnaglia, In Italy, and cousins, Mrs. Antoinetta Traverso, Mrs. Ernest Havana and G. B. Mlnaglla, all of Seattle. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home, Ferndale BUATTE, Clarence Everett, 42, killed September 20 while fishing In Alaska. Requiem September 25 St. Joseph Church. Lived in Whatcom County hts entire lifetime. Member of the Ship- wrights Union. Survivors: wife, Joy; three daughlers, Kathy, Dlann and Julia; four sons, Ronald, Larry, Doug- las and Curtis, all. at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bouttee, Se- attle; a sister, Mrs. Genevieve Potter In California; a brother, Lucian, Bel. llngham. Moles Funeral Home. McSORLEY, Wailer Lewis, 68, died September 19. Requiem September 23 St. Joseph Church. Lived in Whatcom County his whole ,life. Member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors: two sons, James, Renton; Eugene, Fern. dale; three slslers, Mrs. irene Nugent, Mrs. Mary Ehle, Miss Margarita Mc- Sorley, aft of Bellingham; four broth- ers, Frank of Ferndale, Albert and Egbert, both of Belllngham, Jerome af Anchorage; seven grandchildren. Moles Funeral Home. McKenna DECKER, Howard M., 34, died Sep- tember 18. Requiem September 20 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Olympia. Lived here eight months, moving from Tacoma, Sur- vivors: two brothers, Earl D. and Kenneth L., and three sisters, Mrs. Josephine M. Rowland, Mrs. June G. Dame, and Mrs. Patrlcla A. Camp- bell, oli of Tacoma. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. Olympia NORTHRUP, Mrs. Dorothy, 43, Route Five, died September 19. Requiem September 21 St. MR:hael Church. Burial In Akron, Ohlo. Born In Glen- dale, Calif. Lived in thls state since 1945. Worked for telephone company 19 years and lived in OIYmp/a 11 years. Member of the Homemakers Club of East Olym. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Shirley Dalgos, Akron; parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, A. Daugherty; three sisters, Mrs. Ida Rohrbach, Mrs. Norma Pierce and Mrs. Lois Gage and two brothers, Patrick and Jim Daugherty, all of San Diego, Calif., and two grondchlldreo. Seattle DEL BAGNO, Charles, $7, 10750 661h Ave. S., died Sept. 19. Requiem Sept. 23 St. Paul Church. Born In New York CIty. Came to the Seattle area seven years ago. Worked for the Boeing Company. Survivors: wife, Anna; son, Robert Del Bagno, and doughler, Mrs. Phyllis Haas, New York; stepsons, Thomas Del Bagno, Seattle, and Wil- liam De Bagno, New York; step daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Locks, Renton; malher, Mrs. FIIomona De Bagno, three sisters and two brothers, all In New York; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Stokes ,Funeral Home. FLARES, Aveline, 53, 410 Fourth Ave., ded Sept. 16. Requiem Sept 21 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holy- 'rood. Born in the Philippines. Came here In 1929. Was o cannery worker. Survivors: daughters, Gloria a n d Maria and two sons, Gary and Avelino V. Flares, Jr,, and a brother, Peter Flares, all of Seattle, and four sis- ters. John Kalln Funeral Home. HEALY, Albert J., 73, 12001 Military Road S,, died Sept. 16. Requiem Sept. 21 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Bur- lal Calvary. Born in Tacoma. Came here in 1902. Was a eawmaker and shop superintendent until his retire- ment In 1943. He then owned hls own saw business In whtch he was octlve for many years. Survivors: sister, Mrs. Bernard MeAlerney, Seattle. KELLY, Joseph, 58, 2811 31st Ave. S., died Sept. 16. Requiem Sept. 21 Our Lady Chapel, St James Cathed- ral. Burial Calvary. Born In New Haven. Come here mare than 25 years ago. Was a warehouseman for 18 years. There are no known sUrvivors. Columbia Funeral Home. Requiem Mass Offered For Fr. Raphael ALBANY, N. Y., Sept: 25 (NC)--Requiem Mass was of- fered here for Roy. Raphael M. Huber, O.F.M., Cony., 80, a widely known professor of Catholic Church history. Father Huber died Septem- ber 22 in St. Peter's Hospital. The requiem Mass was offered September 25 by Father David Schulze, O.F.M., Cony., Con- ventuEl Franciscan provincial, in Our Lady of Angels Church, Father Huber, a native of Louisville, Ky., who was or- dained a priest in 1906 at Innsbruck, Austria, served, from 1387 to 1937 as an English-language confessor at St. Peter's basilica, rile re- ceived two papal decoratioes during that time. At his death, he was profes- sor of Church history at St. Anthony-on-Hudson Franciscan Seminary, Rennselaer, N. Y., a post he had held since 1954. Previously, he served from 1937 until 1953 as a history pro- fessor at the Catholic Univer- sity of America. Father Huber was the author or editor of dozens of books and articles, including "Our Bishops Speak," a volume con- taining the pronouncements of the U. S. Hierarchy from 1919 to 1951, and the "Documented Histo of the Franciscan Order." Seattle REIGHTLEY, Georgo 1"., 80, 11340 Barlleft Ave. N.E., died Sept, 19. Requiem Sept. 21 St, Mark Church Born In Chllton, WIs, Came here seven Years ago from Spokane where he had been a contractor for 25 years. Survivors, Donald F., Seattle, and George M., Relghttey, Lakewood; sisters, Mrs. Mae Atklns, Fond du Lnc, WIs., and Mrs. Ella Mertea, Sheboygan, Wts.; a brother, Albert Retghtley, Plymouth, Wls.; two grandchildren and six great.grandchildren. Home Undertaking Co. RUSENKO, Mrs. MIclIol (Mary), 92, 4894 Beacon Ave. $., dled Sept. 23. Requiem Sept. 26 St. George Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Austria. Came here 65 years ago. Survivors: son, John Chalfa, Issoquah; three daughters, Mrs. Susan Boget, Seattle; Mrs. Anna Ellen, La Cres- centa, Calif.; and Mrs. Mary Polako- vlck, In Pennsylvania; ten grandchil- dren; 14 great-0randchildren, and two great-g reat-g randchlldren. Georgetown Funeral Home. Sedro Woolley SWANK, Mrs. Minnie, 77, 130 West Ferry St., died September 12. Requiem September 16 immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Born In Texas and had lived In Burlington 50 Years before movlag h r-e. 'Survivors: otepson, Walter Swank. Tacoma GARBARINO, Lulgl, 64, 6225 Milton Ave., died September 17. Requiem September 21 St, Martin of Tours Church. Burial Calvary. Born tn Italy. Lived in Pierce County 42 years. Far- mer. Survivors: wife, Arming and five nieces and a nephew Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. GAUTHIER, Alfred R., 61, 4309 N. Gave St., died September 19. Requiem September 21 Holy Cross Church. Burial Calvary. Lived here since 1906. Attended St. Leo School and St. Martin College. R t I r d sampler. Member of the Holy Name Sdclety and the 25.year Club of Tacoma Smelter. Survivors: wife, Mildred; daughter, Mrs. George (VIvlan) Bell, Tacoma; son, Richard A., Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Lynch, Ta- coma, and Mrs. Agnes Volght, Monte- sang; brother, Armand, Spokane; five grandchildren. Mountain View Funeral Home. JAMES, Ronald L., 55, 3312 S. Cush. man Ave., died September 23. Requiem ' September 26 Holy Rosary Church Burial Calvary. Born In Dayton, Wash. Lived here since 1940. Employed as a chemical worker. Survivors: wife, Esther; two sons, Robed and Kenneth; two daughters, Donna Lee James and Mrs. Peggy Waldherr, all of Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. Trocy McJunklns, Illinals, and Mrs. Glenn Stanke, YaM- ma; three grandchildren. Gaff nay Funeral Home. YEADO, Miss Margaret, 58, 18 N. Ftfe St., died September 17. Requiem September 21 St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Cavalier, N.D., and lived here since 1943. Em- ployed bY a dry cleaning firm. Sur- vivors: brother James, Vermillion, S. D., and sister, Mrs. Oliver (Sadie) St. Martin of the home. Gaffney Funer- al Home. ZELENAK, Mrs. Steve (Zuzanna), 73, 5230 S. Bell St., died September 18. Requiem September 21 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Czech- ostovokia and lived here 50 years. Member of the First Catholic Slovak UnSon. Surv|vors: husband; two sons, John, Fresno, Calif., and Mike, of Martin, S. D.; daughter, Mrs. Lloyd (Irene) Tennyson, Tacoma; five grand- (children; two great-grandchlidren. Cas- sedy and Alien Mortuary. 'Adams THE PROGRESS--I I Friday, Sept. 27, 1963 Fr. Delahunty Says Requiem For Father , MOUNTLAKE TERRACE -- The Rev. Thomas Delahunt'y, assistant pastor Et St. Plus X Parish was the celebrant of a solemn requiem Mass Sep- tember 20 fo r his father, James Delahunty of Cullohill, C o u n t y Leix, Irdand, who died September 17 in Ireland. Deacon of the Mass was Ray, Edward Norris; subdea- con was Rev. Thomas O'Cal- laghan and the master of ceremonies was Rev. Charles Harvey. Mr. Delahunty, a farmer all his life, is survived by his wife, Sarah as well as five sons, besides FatheT, James, Peter Michael, Martin and alte,r and three daughters, Sister M. Ieran in South Africa, Sister Enda in Santa Clara, Calif., and May in Ire- land. Vancouver CHRISTENSEN, Collette Jltl, 17, 7510 N.E. 94th Ave., died September 19. Requlem September 24 St. John Church, Glanwood District. Born here and Hved in Clark County her entire life. Attended Evergreen High School Member of the Washington Grange of Orchards. Survivors: father, Roy; mother Mrs. Joe (Wllma) Kurfh; brother, Noel; stster, Mrs. JarreH (Gall) Gard; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kelley and grdndfather , Ted Chrlsteosen, oll of Vancouver. Vancouver Funeral Chapel PIPER, LMIChoel N., 87, dted Sep- tember 17. Requiem September 19 St. James Church. Born In Iowa. Moved to Stevenson as 0 young man and lived most of hts life there. Moved fO Vancouver six years ago. Survivors Include several nephews In Clark County. Hamllton-MYlan Funeral Home. VII.AS, William H., 77, 9314 N.E. Pletz St., died September 20. Requiem September 24 St. Joseph Church Bur. lal St. James Acres. Born In Apple- ton, WIs, Member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors: wife, Lllllan; son, Robed M., Esfancla, N.M.; two daughters, Lorefle Keener, Ontario, Ore., and Noome VIlas, Vnncouver; brother, Thomas, Podland; three sis- ters, Mrs. Josephine Ludwig, Wash- aug,1, Mrs. Annie Fitzgerald, Wlscon. sin Rapids, Wls., and Mrs. Robert Thomas, Mllladore, WIs., and nine grqndchlldrea. Hamllf0n-Mylan Funer- al Home DALPAY AND ASSOCIATES ANNOUNOE The Opening of Their NEW OFFICE 307.4th Ave. RENTON (Across From S+. An+hony's School) TO SERVE THE REAL ESTATE NEEDS OF FAMILIES IN THE RENTON, KENT and Suburloon areas. Hones+y and integrity assured. PHONE BA 6-6363 JIM DALPAY, Broker Member St. Anthony's. Ronton I