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E CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C 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 JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME. 2-4333. RES. SU. 4-191d MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. S-5450 CONTRACTING paR ROOF REPAIRING, new roots, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 iXPERT Interior painter. $1.50 per hour. EA 3-5867. FOODmENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 HOMES FOR ST. MATTHEW'S 4 BDEMS. FULL BRICK LARGE FAMILY HOME $20350 REDUCED $20O0--.and will be sold an no FHA terms. 4 largo twin size bed- rooms. Beautifully finished immense size recreation room. 2 full baths. Large family kitchen with birch cabinets galore. 2 car carport, under large sun- deck. This lovely 9 year old home is less than 1 block from St. Matthew's. Call EM4-1150 on od No. 2950---Picture Floor Plans Inc. EM. 4-1180 FOR RENT ST. EDWARDS FOR RENT: In Ivers' Acres.--4 bedroom, 11/2 both, sunraom, fireplace In Ilvlng room, automatic oil heat, 2 car garage, largo grounds, fruit trees and shrub- bery, outdoor fireplace and Bar-B-Q, portly furnished, $165 per month, 1st and lost month's rent In advance; avail- able August 15th. Phone Lezern Ivers, PA 3-3150 for appointment. NEAR STANWOOD Portly furnished house. Reasonable rent to responsible couple. Ideal for retired. Write M. W. Tanner, 2312.22nd 5o., Seattle 44. ASSEMBLY HOTEL WEEKLY, MONTHLY, RATES. BLOCK CATHEDRAL. MA 3-4174 Hawthorne Hills 3 bdrms., some view. Long living rm., beautifully remodeled kitchen. $22,950. Mrs. Conley, LA 5-9250. FOR HANDYMAN VIEW RIDGE 2 bdrms., Cape Cod plus 2 unfln, bdrml. upstairs. "L" living rm. & dining rm. Full bsmt. S18,S00. Mrs. Conley, LA 5-9250. Sand Point Golf Club BeautifUl 2-bdrm. Brick, full beret., rec. room. On a lovely, level, secluded lot. $24,950. Charles & Sybil Conley 5511 NE 65th LA 5-9250 ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH OPEN SUNDAY. I P.M. 'TIL 6 I 114-21 ST EAST CALK TO HOLY NAMES, FOREST RIDGE AND ST. JOSEPH'S. Beautltul Capitol Hill home In excellent condi- tion. Sparkling new kitchen with every convenience. Almost new G.E. hot water furnace. 4 bedrooms 2nd floor 4 bedrooms 3rd floor, 21/2 baths, car. Feting and draperies included $31,950. Terms. For earlier showing call John Dougherty, SH 6-7711 or SH 6-2231. BENTON-McCARTHY REALTY SH. 6-771 I ST. PETER'S Con accommodate 26 persons. Large clean double bedrooms in Catholic Home. Reasonable. 1748 13th South. EA 5.0749. LOSE to HolY Names and St. Joseph's 4 bedrooms, unfurnished, double plumb- lag. Choice locality for school chil- dren. Available Nov. let. Call EA 2-3254 for appointment. IIX30-FT. furnished room for lady. V(ew. 1 block St. Joseph's. Separate kitchen- erie. Electric retrlgerator. Laundry. $35 month. EA 5-5379.  1 1 ST. JOHN'S -- 3 BLOCKS block to bus. Lease. Unfurnished. Avail. Oct. 1st. 5 bedrooms. Triple plumbing. S125. LA2.3725 or EM4-1752. ]IDDLE-AGED Catholic working woman to share my home. SU 3-1087. .IDROOM furnished house. Largo yard. Garage. All electric. SU 3-8521. FURNISHED-- Nice, clean. 1-bedroom apartment, walking distance. S85, heat included. 1715 Harvard. 2 LARGE rooms for employed ladies or students. Kitchen privileges. ME 2-7234. FURNITURE RGEST FURNITURE Eastslde. Open Friday evening. *'Free delivery", Credit. RAAB*S REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-1378 Redmond HAULING MICK McHUGH,S. HAUL-ALL SERVICE Reasonable rates EA 4.8754 i , HELP WANTED CATHOLIC BIBLE SALES ME. 2.8848 or e ME. 3-2007 dy clon for wife. Light housekeeping. 8:1S te 5:4i Man, day through Friday. Occasionally Sot, urdoy a.m. (West Seaffle Junction) California and Alaska. Call WE 5.5110 after 5 p.m. on Saturday. FIOUSEKEEPER In new home. I block to church. $100 month. Tacoma. Reply to Box "A," The Progress. NANTED: Cook for Sisters' residence In Seattle. Live In or out. Reply Box "R," The Progress. for Rectory near Seattlo. 3 priests. Reply to Box "S" The Progress. IMPORTS WILD BILL'S WORLD OF IMPORTS Unique gifts for men and women. Lower Pike Place Market MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE MIKE'S FOR CYCLES ALSO RENTALS tJsed washing machines and DRYERS-- Parts--Rental. PA. 3-2605 & PA. 5-1523. 8442 Dallas Ave. S. SMALL plain Cable-Nelson upright piano with Solovox. $350. WE 5-9284. NURSING HOME $TUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 GREENWOOD CONVALESCENT NURSING HOME "Private and Semi-Private" State Lic. No. 297 EM. 2-7575 PERSONALS BLIND middle aged person would like asslstanco in reading and typing from retired person or student. John Werth, MA4-0210. * PETS PUPPIES--BOSTON TERRIERS and PUGS, A.K.C. registered WE $-5962 or WE 5.6112 PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . .. Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-68 OPEN DAILY FIRWOOD TERRACE A COMMUNITY OF 45 NEW COLONIAL &EARLY AMERICAN STYLE HOMES, ALL WITH POSSIBLE 4 TO 6 BED. ROOMS & FAMILY ROOM. FHA BUILT & SUPERVISED, CLOSE TO SHOPPING. PAROCHIAL AND PUB- LIC SCHOOLS. $16,$00 WITH S400 DOWN PLUS CLOSING COSTS & $96 PER MO. CALL ON AD NO. &W. PR 6.2154. L. P. MARTIN, INC. LYNNWOOD, WN. CAPITOL kfiLl' .... IDEAL FAMILY LOCATION Extra-size corner lot. Just t block from I Volunteer Park. Truly "A GEM" af a home with 4 spacious bedrooms an 2nd floor and roam far more an the ,lrd If needed. Priced far quick gale. Cell Mary Bracelin, EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Olive Way EA 5.0700 IMAGINE! UNDER $20,000 FHA ST. JOSEPH'S 1700 sq. ft. built like a fortress. View windows Lake Washington. 34-ft. Ilvtng room. 1S-ft. master bedroom with ad- lolnlng bath. 2 additional bedrooms, bath, recreation room, plus basement. Double concrete garage. Seattle Prep. Appointment. Exclusive. Silver Really... EM 4-D38S CAPITOL HILL ST. JOSEPH'S Wonderful buy for a "DO-IT-YOURSELF" family. An Insulated 4-bedroom home with newer Cab. oll burner. Very good root, level lot, low taxes. Owner will carry contract. Cdll Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3317 N.E. 45th LA 2-502 A Distinctive New Address IMPERIAL East Visit tho furnished show houses. Open dally neon 'Ill dark or Call SH 6-9221. Prestige Homes, Inc. ST. ANNE'S 4 Bedrooms, 2 complete baths, nlce en- closed yard. Wonderful family home. $21,500. Call Mr. Garrison. AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11T Boston AT 3-5511 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 4 BEDROOMS BY OWNER LEVEL LOT. SEWER. WATER, LA. 5-7568 ST. MARK'S By owner. 3 bedrooms plus 2 unfinished In daylight basement also 2rid bath roughed in. 2 fireplaces. Tile bath and kitchen. Dishwasher and disposal. Lot 60x204. $21,S00. EM 2-SS08. NEAR ST. ANNE'S -- AND JOHN HAY 3 bedrooms, double plumbing. Living room carpet and drapes. $12,500. BLAINE REALTY 111/ Boston AT 3-5511 WILL TRADE--.3-bodraom house In Gon- eaga University district, Spokane, for house of equal value In Belllngham. Sinclair, 804 West Illinois, phone RE 4-6881, Belllngham, Wash. HOLY FAMILY- KIRKLAND Transferred. 1-year.old, 5.bedroom Colon- Ial, Den, 2 baths, large totally kitchen. $22,000. VA 2-1988 or EA 3-9300. ST. MONICA'S MERCER ISLAND Spacious 2-bedroom home. Owner. FHA $17,025. AD 2-0987. OWNER -- ST. CATHERINE'S Large 3 bedroom. Full basement. FHA. $15,775. LA 2-0142. LEGAL NOTICES ROBERT H. THOMPSON Attorneys 1410 Alaska Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the mailer of the estate of Constance B. Hanson, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168831. Natlce to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as administrator af the estate of Constance B. Hansen, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de. ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified on said administrator or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file 1ha same with tbe Clerk of eald Court, fogsther with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publleatlon of this no. rice, ar the same will be barred. Date of first publication, Sept. 28, 1962. WILLIAM A. HANSEN, Administrator of said Estate, 7747 34th S.W., seattle, Wash. ROBERT R. THOMPSON, Attorney for Administrator, 1410 Alaska Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. SALE ST. MATTHEW'S ZERO DN. 3 BDROOMS JACKSON PARK C-OLE COURSE s13,950 SOUTH OF 145TH Get the most for your money by invest- ing in this large rambler In WILL ROGERS Park directly across the street from public golf course, but still on a qutet street with no traffic. 3 large bedrooms, living room with fireplace, ranch kitchen, sewers era In and paid for. Hurryl Coil on Ad No. 1334. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 111332 Aurora Ave. Li.2-3184orMu.2-6860 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE NEW DAYLIGHT BASEMENT  split level entry 1o large living room with raised hearth fireplace. 2nd fireplace In recreation area. 3 bedrooms, plus room for 4th. Double plumbing, with 3rd plumbing roughed In. Double garage. VIEW of Lake and Cascades from sun- deck. $34,500--see todoyl CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. 8040 35th Ave. N.E. LA 3-5555 ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH MERCER ISLAND ST. MONICA'S One-quarter acre, wooded lot. 1t4 baths; 3 bedrooms. Huge family room. $20,750. Ad 2-2979. L :. : , :r LEGAL NOTICES REGAL AND McDONNELL Attorneys $77 Dexter Hortoo Bldg., Seaflle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the CountY of King. 4 BDRMS. NEW ENGLAND CAPE COD 11/2 BATHS NEAR ANGLE LAKE PARK DEAD-END STREET $400 DN. $15,500 Fine family home only 6 years old In traditional English etyllng. Featuring: spacious living rm. with open stairway to upstairs--full-size dining rm. has French doors to backyord -- well de- signed mahogany kitchen makes meal preparation a brooze--2 twin.size bed- rooms up with private bath--over-size attached garage with storage space galore--convenient location to all schoots, bus, and only a hop, skip and lump to Angle Lake swimming, beach and picnic grounds. HurrY, call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers. Inc. 11036 1st Ave. S. PRESCRIPTION FOR HAPPINESS 4-BR.FULL BSMT. HOME LARGE TREE SHADED LOT, FENCED IN BACK ,- LARGE SUNNY KITCHEN EXTRA LARGE FLOOR PLAN CLOSE TO ST. MATTHEW'S MIx well and serve to entire family. More fun than getting rid of the kids. $16,950 For appointment call today EM. 2-3070 NORTH EAST REALTY $(;I.50 (TOTAL MONTHLY) "O" DN. FHA LAKE CITY 3.BEDROOM ,. the too.or 0, the estate of Theodore $13 S00 J. Bishop, Deceased. In Prabate. No. 1688. Notice to Creditors. It's a true family home with large roam Notice Is hereby given that the under- el=as, close to oil scheols and shop signed has been appointed and has qua- ping. Huge family kitchen, natural Ified as executrix of the estate of Thee- wand-finished cabinets 14x20' extra (:lore J. Bishop, deceaged that .dll per_,[ storage room, fireplace and BBQ 1 SOnS nnvtng cldlms og01hSt solo aecedlea time advert sod See It today Call" EM are hereby required to serve the some 2.3252 on Ad N'o 354 duly verltled, on s01d Hazel E. Bishop or / r L J'A'm:T"I k, I k l'- her oflorneyi Of record at the address /. r, wI/-r%/llN IINL, below stated, dhd file the same with the ' " Clerk of eald COurt, together with proofJ ASSUMPTION of Ouch service within SiX months afterl i t=l=. AL.P ,,,,., the date Of first publlcntl0h of thlsJ rw/r-ltJKll:.ldlLL3 flotlce, er the Ilme will be horrid. J ln excellent neighborhood with Lake and Dqte of first publication, Sept. 211, 1t)62. mountain vew. 2 bedrooms. Extrl HAZEL E. BISHOP, J large living room dhd kitchen. S22,000. Executrix of sold Estate, J Coil Owner. LA 4-3144. 256 Hth West, Seafl!l, Wash. LAWRENCE K. McDONNELL Of REGAL AND McDONNELL, AflornBys for Estate, S77 DeXtBr Horton Bldg., Slmttle, WdBh, Plngl publlodtl0n, Oct. 11, 106|, MALONE & McBRIOE Attorneys for Estate 4741% Rotnler Avenue South Seattle 8, Woshlngtoo IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County. In the Matter of the Estate of NICOLA SANTORA, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168821. Notice to Creditors. The undersigned Is the appointed and qualified Executrix of the abavipentlfled Estate. All persons having claims against said Deceased aro required to serve same on said Executrix or her attorneys at the address below stated, and file same with the Clerk of sad Court, together with proof at service, within six months after first publication of this Notice. Date of first publication: September 21, 1962. MARY M. ISERNIO 1235 So, Cloverdale St. Seattle, Washington MALONE & McBRIDE Attorneys for E|tate 4741tdI Rqlnler Avenue South Seattle 8, Washington Final publlcatlon October [, 19. MOSCHEtTG & ALFIIRI Attorney for |stall 563 Olympic National Building Seattle, Woshlngtan IN THE |UFERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the mailer af the Estate of PASQUA OBL VECCHIO, Deceased. In Prepate. No. 1691. Notice to Credltars. Notlco Is hereby given that tho under. signed has been appointed and has quail, fled as odmlnlstrator wlth will annexed of the estate of Pasqua Del Vecchlo, i Deceased; that all persons having claims .... LEGAL NOTICES .... RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney 3223 N.E. 123rd Seattle 55, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of GER- TRUDE BOULET, Oeceased. In pro. bate. No. 168527. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- slgned has been appointed and has luoll- fled as Executor of the estate of Ger- trude Boulet, Deceased; that oll persons havtng claims agatnst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on sald Executor or his attar- nay of record at the address below stated, and file the same wtth the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such serv- Ice within six months* offer the 'date "of first publication of thts notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication September 14, /s/RAY R. BOULET Executor of sald Estate. 12327.3rd N.E. Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney for Estate, 3223 N.E. 123rd Seattle 55, Wash. Ftnnl publication September 1, 196. NOTICE "OF SHERIPP'S SALE OP REAL ESTATE ........ STATE OF WASHINGTON, COUNTY OF King, ss. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU. TION Issued out at the Hooorable Su- parlor Court af the Stoto of Washlngton for Klng County, en the 28th day of August, 1962, by the Clerk thereof, In the case of Kenneth F. Snyder, as guardian ad Iltem of Connie M. Snyder, on Incom- petent, Plaintiff, versus N. E. Rostedt Defendant. No. 561662, and ta me, as Sheriff directed and delivered: will proceed to sell at public auction Pray for them... In Memoriam I O the charity of your asses and prayers are cam- mended the souls of the fol- lowi.g departed pfiut who ,erved the Church and sods in this area: The Rev. William Bennett, SJ., died October , 1,8. Everett OeROSIER, Wllllbm J., 116, Deer Lodge, Mont., died Sept. 19 In Everett. Requlem Sept. 21 St. Mary Magdalen Church, Everett. Born In Ontario, Con- ada. Came to the Unlted States 50 years ago. Was o Seattle resident for four years. He was a retired prlson guard. Survivors: wife, Elizabeth, Everefl; son, Willis J.; daughter, Ruth DeRosler; stepson, Barry Willis, all Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Beatrice Spoven and Mlss Jessle DeRosier, both De. ,rolt, Mich.; five grandchl(dran. Salle's Funeral Home. GAVIN, Cornelius L., 65, 2911 Cedar St., died Sept. 19. Requiem Sept. 22 Perpetual Help Church. Born In Farm- Ington, Wis. Rosldent of Everett for ast 15 years. Survivor: brother, Lay Gavin, Everett. Cassidy Funeral Home. GESSNER, Adam, 630'2 EIIlaff Way, died Sept. 20. Requiem Sept. 24 St. Mary Maodalen Church. Born In Per- ham, Minn. Resident of Evoroff 48 years. Survivors; wife, Estella; san, Arthur, Lewtston, Ida; a daughters, Mrs. Lyman (Theodoclat Stephons and Mrs. E. J. (Medelelne} Cavelero; o brother, George, oil of Everett; three fsters Mrs. MIIlie Larsen, Seattle, Vrs. Elizabeth Kalser, Muklltea and V, rs. Marie Palomondon, Evereff; SeV- en grandchildren. Cassldy Funeral Home. Lake Stevens ALOVANICH, NIck, Route 2, dlld died Sept. 23. Requiem Sept. 25 St. Mary Church, Morysvllle. E0rn In YU0Slavid. Cdme tO th8 U.S. In ta1. Resident In Male before m0vlng tO Lake Stevens. Lived 12 years In Bll. boo, Ariz, Former lamber of the Pdt, r0nS of Husbandry dad Woodm0n Ledge. Survivors: son, Prdnk Phd three ddughtSf$, Mary and RolO A ovgn Ck df Lake gtevene and Mrs. Odggtd$ P. SWill af Edmonds and a stopSen, Anthony Kukull, Lake Stevens; 81x grandchildren and five great.grand0hllo dren. ChallacombipFlckel and Precht. Olympia PORAK, Henry 6enrEe, , 6111 O'Farrell Ave., died September ld. Requiem Sept. 19 St. Michael Church. urlel Calvary. Born In Sprogue. OlYmpia city englnear from 1947 to 1951. Served 35 years In State Depart, meat of Highways. Suvvlvors: wlfee Elleen; daughter, Elizabeth POrok Gad- berry; brother Oscar, Yakima; two sis. tars, Mrs. Anna M. Dunning, San DI. nee, and Mrs. Isabel W. Holmes, Sandy Spring, Md. Mills and Mills Funeral Home. Puyallup O my Lord and Saviour, support me ;n my last hour by the strong a,,s oE Thy sacraments, and the fresh fraance oE 'l.y eonsolatio. Let the absolving word= be said over me, and the holy oil gign and seal me; and let Thine owo Body bE my food, and Thy blood my Bprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mar come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dea patrons smile on me, that in and through them all ImRy die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and ha ,Thy love Amen--PPRAY]BR FOR A HAPPY DEATI-I by Cardinal Nemlm, against said deceased are hereby rip qulred to servt the same, duly verified, on said administrator W/W/A or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the semi with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months offer the date of first publication of this notice, or the some will be barred. Date of first publication September 28, 1962. RALPH ROCKEY Administrator w/w/a of said Estate. Adres$ 563 Olympic National Building Seattle, Washington MOSCHETTO & ALFIERI Attorney for Estate, 563 Olympic Notional Bulldlng Seattle, Washington Final publication Odober 12, 1962. CARROLL & VERZANI Attorneys for Estate 502 Woshlngton Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stoto of Washington for the County Of King. In the mailer of the Estate of WILLIAM L. STEPHENS, Deceased. In probate.[ No. 16.$7. Notice to creditors. I Notice ls hereby given that the under-J signed has been appointed and has quall- fled as Adminlstratrix of the estate oil William L. Stephens, Deceased; that ollJ persons having claims against said de- I ceased ore hereby required to serve fhel same, duly verified, on said Bertha SellJ Pitcher, or her attorney of record at the  address below stated, and file tho same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date at first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Sept. 14, 1962. BERTHA SELL PITCHER, Admlnlstratrlx of said Estate 502 Washlngn Building, Seattle, Wash. EDNA NIEMELA VERZANI of CARROLL & VERZANI, Attorneys for Estate, S02 Washington Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publication Octabor S, 1962. SWBENIY & HUNTER Attorneys for Estate 1117 Arctic Eulldlng NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law for Sheriff's ealel, to,wlt, ten o'clock A.M., on the 19th day of October 1962, before the Court House door of King County, Jef- ferson Street entranco, at Seattlo, In the State of Washington, all of tho right, title and Interest of said defendant, N. E. Rostedt In and to the following described property, situated In King County, State of Washington, to-wit: The east 34 feet of lot 1, and the east 34 feet of the south V of lot 2, in block 28 of Mercer's second Addition fo the City of Seattle, as recorded In Vol. 2 of plots on page 7, records of King Co., Washington, together with the va- cated partlon of Aloha Street, adlolnlng said lot 1 as vacated by Ordinance Nee. 7448 of the City of seattle, situate in the City of Seaflle, County of King, State ot Washington; levled on as the property of eald de- fendant ta eatlsfy a ludgment amounting to One thousand seven hundred fifty.six and 56/100 ($1,756.56) Dollars, the cost of suit and Interest, In favor of plalnflff. Dated this 30tb day of August, 1962. By Coral Clolbourn Deputy 'Final publication October 5, 1962. Seattle Tacoma OUR PARISH ! vo'r00 TOIIG"TJ / ( ABDO, Frank J., 44, 9501 27th N.W., died Sept. 20. Requiem Sept. 24 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Seattle. Ha had owned Miller's Pharmacy for two months. Member of the Drugglsts Associatloo. Survi- vors; wife, Alleen; two sons, Stephen and David Abdo, and o daughter, Susan Abdo, oll at home; three broth- ers, Victor, Alfred and Daniel Abda, and a sister, Mrs. Victoria Collar, oil of Seattle. Hottner'e Flsher.Kolfus Funeral Home. ASHE, Howard J., $8, Portland, Ore., died Sept. 21. Requiem Sept. 26 St. Mary Church. Burial Holyread. Born In Granite Falls. Lived In Seattle from 1922 to 1941, Attended the University of Washington and was field opera- tions Officer for the Bonneville Power Administration. Survivors: wife, BettY; daughters, Mrs. Annabelle Anderson, Var, cauver, Washington, and Mrs. Marl- on HIItan, Colorado Springs, Colo.; stelxtoughters, Mrs, Gwea Soderberg, GREGORY, Mrs. William (Louise),. 79, 6805 S. Warner St. died Sept. 10. Requiem Sept. 21 Visitation Church. Burial CaJovrY. Born in Dubuque, Iowa. Lived here 45 years. Survivors: hus- band and several niece8 and nephews. Piper Funeral Home. JURACH, Mrl. Joseph (Tert|le), 92, died Sept. 20. Requiem Sept. 24 St. Joseph Church. Burlat Calavry. Born In Austria; Lived Ill Tacoma 42 years. Member of KJZT Lodge af Texas, Dis- abled American Veterans Ladies OUXo Illary and Gold Star Mothers of World War I. Survivors: three daughters, Mrs. Julia Hera and Mrs. Rose Lease of Tacoma and Mrs. Annie Hens, San Antonla, Tax.; two sisters, Mrl. Annie Smalik of Hallettsville, Tax., and Mrs. Clara Sykora, Straud, Okla.; 23 grand. children, 50 great.grandchildren and 21 great-great-grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Funeral Home. Spokane; Mrs. Dorothy Deranleau, KARPACN, Denial A., gO, 11ff '. seattle; Mrs. Gale Ogllvle, Klrklond; 29th St., died Sept. 20. Rllulem sept. etepson, George Tupper, Portland, 22 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Ore.; sisters, Mrs. Cecella Mofronlc; Born In Tacoma, EmploYed a8 a meqf. Mrs. Agnes Johnson, bath Seattle; two cutter. Member of Men's Plrst CaSh- grandchildren. Bpath.Ashmore Funeral ollc Slovak Union and Meat Cutters Home. and Butcher workmen of Amerlea. Sur- *vlvors: two brothers; Edward G. and Joseph; two half-brothers, Mlcloel and John Murdock and two ilstors, Mrs. Morion Bowlen and Mrs. Ann John- son, all of Tacoma. COllldy and Allen Mortuary. BERG, John L., 75, 823 Madison St., died Sept 18. Requiem Sept. 21 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burlal Calvary. Born al Grandvllle, Iowa. Came here 47 years ape. Sur- rivers: wife, Mrs. Alice J. Berg, a niece and two nephews, all Seaflle. Mannlng and Sonl Funeral Home, EOLDUC, Joseph L., 40, 6714 21st Ave. N.W., died Sept. 22. Requiem Sept. 26 St. Alphensus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Seattle. Was an Ironworker and commorelol fisherman. Momber of tho Ketchlkon Elks Lodge, Local 86, Ironworkers' Unlen, and the Deepsea FIsherman's Union. Survivors: wife, Dolla; a daughter, Robyn Bolduc and four sons, Michael, Joseph, Grog- or'/ and Douglas Bolduc, all at home; his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Braun, Buckley, and a els- tar, Mrl, C. W. Pltzell, Burl[ngame, Callf. STEMP, Stanley, 76, 512 9th St. N.W., died Sept. 19. Redulem Sept. 22 55. Peter and Paul Church. Born In Poland. Lived tn this area since 1912o Was O farmer. Survlvore: wlfe, Helen; two sons, Joseph, Tacoma, and Bar. nay Stempczynskl, HaYward, Collf.; daughter, Mrs. Julius (Eleanor) Brecht, Puyallup; three stepsons, Peter and Stanley Lueas, both of Taooma, and Daniel Mitchell, PuwIIlup; five ste, daughters, Mrs. Mary Guoovlck, Mrs. Francis Gallagher and Mrs. Leo Ches, lock ,all of Tacoma, Mrs. Henry GI!, bert, Seattle, and Miss Pauline SW koskY, Puyallup; three brothers, Frank Stemplnskl, Puyollup, Walter Stemp, Puyallup and Eronetlav Stempczynskb Poland; sister, Mrs. Thlmdarg Slavlno ORTIZ, Idno J. 43, 4471 Chestnut ski, Poland, 16 grandchildren and 16 Dr., died sept. 11. Redulem Sept. 24 is.real-grandchildren. Goftney Funeral Edward Church. Burial Holyral. Sur- Name. rived by frlend, Betty Eokonborli. Manning gnd Ben8 Funeral Home. "=*'.-=wb NOTICE .,,RC., R,b,. o, ,0, ,,,, , Ave. N.r died Sept. 10. Requiem Sept. -_-_-_-:- - t St. Anne Church. Eurlol Calvary. Born In Coy CIty, Mich. Come here NICKELL & McGOUGN 44 years a.go. We8 |uperlntehdent of Attorneys the Whle Plsh CO., on thl advlsow 437 Central Eulldlng, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of IRIGHAM, Nell H., gO, 71| N.E. 47th St., died Sept. 20. Requiem Sept. Elessed Sacrament Church. Born In Shelby, Neb. Came here In 1903. Was a graduate of the Unlverslty of Ne- braska. He operated a dry goods store for 30 year8 before his retirement 20 years ago. Former member of the Quean City Yacht Club. Survivors: daughters, Mre. Frank Gray, Seattle, Mre. William Harley, Mllan, Italy; san, Frank, Sacramento, Calif.; lister, Mrs. Ermle Therkeleen, Oes Malnes; eeven grandchildren and two great. grandchildren. Adam8 Forkner Funeral Home. DARBY, Mrl. Sore Hosmor, |7, 12718 Sth Ave. N.E., died Sept. 18. Requiem Sept. 22 St. Matthew Church. Burial GreeleY, Cola. Born In Ohio. Came here 21 years ago. Surulvore! sons, John K. Derby, Doffas, Tax.; Lorrln A. Derby, Great Falls, Mont, and Harry Derby, Seattle ulster, Mrs. Margaret Wlnn, also of Seattle; five grandchildren, Wlggea and $onl Punor- al Home. POX, Mrl. Potrlek (MIl'guIrltt), 251S Boylston Ave. E., died Rapt. 24. England. Came hero 60 Yedre ogo. Survivors" son Edmund A. FOX; dough- te, Mrs. Re Ivory and M/ss Cecilia Fox, oll of Seattle, and 1we rand. children. Bonnly-Wotson Funeral Home. GONZALES, Marguerltd. Redulem Sept. 2S Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Surviving Is a brother, Clar. ence Norunner, Browning, Mont. Etl- Ashmore Mortuary. MINTYR,, Madret I. Requiem Sept. 27 St. Pater Church. Burial Holyraed. Member at St. Pater Altor Society. Survivors: daughterl, Mary A. Amundsen, Seattle; Islle WItaraft, Qullcenl; stepdaughter, Irene Welsh, Seattle; slstorl, Mrs. Ella Cqmpball, Wlscansln and Mre. Elvo Rlgas, North C orallna;, eaven gmndchlldren, three Smp.granechlldren and !5 great.grand- children. Seath.ABhmoro Mortuary. ;riLIVlSlON AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3.1172 TYPEWRITERS SALES & REPAIR RENTALS Rent a typewriter for school. Student Rotes. Free DeliverY MODERN OFFICE EQUIP. CO. Bob Bozon--WE 5-7120 "mere. Holy Rosary Parish" Classified advertising gets r e s u I t s in The Progress. Homo to sell, buy or rentt Call MAin 2-8880, Extension 21 and Eolve your problems the easy way. Final publication, Oct. 12, 1962. MICHAEL R. ALFIERI Attorney 543 Olympic Nat'l Bldg., Seattle 4, Wast IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Woshlngtan for the County of i Kin a. In the matter of the estate of James Sterling Harris, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168442. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as administrator of the estate of James Sterling Harris, Deceased; that oil persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on sald adminis- trator or hls attorney of record at he address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred.  Date of first publication, Sept. 28, 1962. WILLIAM J. MICHAUD, Admlnlstrator of said Estate, 17811 51st South, Seattle, Wn. MICHAEL R. ALFIERI, Attorney tar Estate, 563 Olympic ,Nat'l Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. Final publication, Oct. 12, 1962. Seaffle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of ANNA OSTREM, Deceased. In probate. No. 168759. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- slgned has been appolnted and has quell. fled Ol Exeautors of the estate of Anna Ostrem, Deceased; that all parsons hav- Ing claims against sald deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executors or 1heir at- torney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof o such service within six months after th date of first publication of this notice or the some will be barred. Date of first publication sept. 21, 1962 JOHN E, OSTREM and JAMES R. OSTREM, Executore of sold Estate 917 Aratlc Bulldlng, seattlo, Wash. JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & HUNTER, 917 Arctic Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publleatlon OctobBr |, 1961. King. In the matter of the tltate of WIIIIdm N. GIIray, deceased, tn Probate. No. 161477. Notice of Hearing Final RIP port and Petition far DIstrlbuti0n. Natlco Is hereby given that William Howard Gllroy, Admlnlstratar of the Es- tate of William Nelson GIIroy, ha8 flied in the office of the Clerk at said Court final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court ta settle laid Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Admlnlstrathr; and that sold Report and petition will be heard on the 26th day of October, 1962, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probota Deportment of said Court, at which time and place any person Interested In sold Estate may o1 pear and file oblectloos thereto and contest the same. Dated this 25th day of September, 1962. Date of first publication, Sept. 28, 1962. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. BY H. W. POTTER, DeputY. NICKELL & McGOUGH, Attorneys for Estato, 437 Central Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publleatlon, Oct. 12, 1962. board of the State Deportment of Fish- arias, a director af the Puget Sound Salmon Canners' Assoelatlon, a gradu- ate of Seattle Prep and the Unlverslty of Washlngton and a member of Delta Upsilon at the UW. Survivors: wife, Geraldine; son, Bob; daughters, Pat- rlcla and Kathleen, all Seattle; 81stere, Mve. EIllbeth Mortell, Bellevue; Mrs. Helen Elsonhardt, Suquomish, and Sls- ter Marlta of the Holy Nomll Acad- emy, Spokane, and two brothers, Jack C., and Richard J., both Seattle. BOoth* Ashmore Funeral Homo, PONTIUS, Eenlamln, 134 |nd Ave., 57, died Sept. 19. Requiem Sept. 24 Holy Family Church. Survivors: broth- ers, Fred and William G. Pontius; sip Sets, Mra. Margaret Roberts, Mrs. Carallne Anderson, and Mrs. Eva Eerg- strata. Manning & Sane Funeral Home. Snoh omisl TURPIN, LOIS, 8g, died Sept. 19 Requiem Sept. 25 St. Mlcbael Church. Born In Newfoundland. Resldent of EvereH area 40 Years. Survivor: one son, Joseph, Quebec, Canada. Statue Unear+hed OLIVEIRA DO HOSPITAL, Portugal (NC)--Workmmt dig. ging foundations for a new house here unearthed a stone statue of St. Sebastian believed to date from the 12th century. Damaged by the digging, it was sent to Coimbra for repairs. BRAKES LINING GUARANTEED 3 YEARS s9.95 Drums +urng. Ltnlnl Arc,& Cyli.dgrs rebuilt, gla=d;ng *rid ,diust|ng. Canv,nfianal Ind power brakes, (OWNS BROS. BRAKE SERVICE PA. 2.9S44 Emp;re& McClelle, "9 Yaars This Leca+ian" MAR$1LLO, Domenlck, 42, 491 N, 26th, died Sept. 23. Redulom Sept. 26 St. Rite Church. 6orn In Italy. Lived In Tacomo 25 Years. Employed In refuse delrtmt of the Ity. Mem- ber of Colombo Lodge, Amerlean Le. glen and Teamstere Un!on. Survivors: wlfe, Role; lea, Mlchael; daughter, Dlana, all at home; five llstlrl, Mrl. Delores Rubattlna, Tacoma, hvo sls. tere In Montreal, one In New York and one In Italy. Coiledy and Allen Mar. toory, THE PROGRESS--I I: :Hday, Sept. 28, 1962 McMAHON, Harry J. 73, 1137 St. Helens Ave., died Sept. . Requiem Sept. 26 St. Martin of Tours Church. Burlal Calvary. Born in Deer Ledge, Mont. Lived here 37 yearL Reflrll employe of Mllwaukee Railroad. Mere- bet of Elks and Veteranl Employee Aseaclaflan at Mllwoukee Railroad. SUrVivors: daughter, Mrs. Clqre (Bar. baral Mastln, File; brother, Edmund, Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. May Kelley, Seaftlo and Mrs. Nell Freeman, Mal- den; a grandsoo and several nlecas and nephews. Cassedy and Allen Mar. tuary. MoDONALD, Mrs. HUgh (Daisy), , 11815 Alameda Ave. S.W., died Sept. 21. Requiem Sept. 24 St. Frances Ca- brlnl Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Seattle. Lived here 12 years. ReFlected nurse. Member of the Fleet Reserve Association auxiliary. Survivors: hus. band; Ion, Maurlce; ddughtor, Katlo; brother, John O'Brlen, Seaflle, and a sister, Miss Marguerite O'Brlen, Seat- tle. Gaffney Funeral Home, SMEALL, Dr, Jeph, , 181| E, Yakima Ave., died Sept. 22. Requiem Sept. 2.5, St. Lea Church. Burlal Cal- vary. Born In Dodge City, Nab. Lived In Taeama elnce 1907. Member of tho American Medlcal Assaolatlon and the Knlghte of Columbus, Survlvore: wo sons, Dr. Thomas Smeall, Tacoma and Joleph F., Grand Forks, N.D., and seven grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. Vancouver DUNN, Wdrren K., 37, 750 Ala- bama DrTve, died Se. . Requiem Sept. 26 St, Joeatth Church. Lived In Clark CountY 31 years. Survivors: wife, Lois; mother, Helen M. Dunn, both of Vancauvert sons, Lee, U.$. Navy, San Diego, Francis M,, dad Glenn P.; daughters, Linda M. Jop|Oo L. and Teresa S., all at home; lilies1, Helen Howell, Vonoouvor; Mrl. E. N. (Mary) Cooper, Portland; Mrl. 14. C. (Jeanne) Morse, Head River, Ore. gPd Mrlk Herbert (Marllyn) Cowan, Smyrna, Tenn. Evlrgroon Ilherel Hdme. Births Mary C. Duffy Dies; Headed CDA 27 Years SOUTH ORANGE:, N.7., Sept. 28 (NC)--Reqdem Mus for Ms C. Dully, Sup..'eme Re- gent emeritus of the CthoUc Daushters of America, was of- feted in Sacred eart chmJt here. Miss Dully died September 24 at her home here. She re- tired as CDA Supreme Regent in 19S0 after Bving in' the offic since 1923. A native of Ireland who came to this om. try as a girl, Miss Daffy was a retired New ,Temey lille employee, Sbe wRs a chart mmbex' of Court Setoa of Newark, NJ., and served as Brute Z'lt, tional director and supreme vice regent before attEinin the top office in the CDA. She was a CDA delegate to the Inter. national Eucharistic Corrsu in CicaBo in 192 and Dublin. Ireland, L 1933. She received the pel: dec- oration Pro Ecclesia et Pun- tifice in 1933. BIRTHS BELLINGNAM -- St. Josepk @In. orol Hospital reports the following blrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Mourlco La Frenlore, glrh Sept. 11. Clarence Knutson, girl, Sept. 20. Bernard Laverty, glrl, Sept. 21. EVERETT -- Providence Hospital reports the followlnl blrthl I0 Mr. and Mrs.: James Lydon, boy, August 2. Glen Melum, boy, August 2. Joseph McCann, boy, August 3. Michael Kerrlck, glrh August 3. Richard McPeak, girl, August 6, Rlchord Brown, boy, Auguet 7. Richard Ruseh, boy, August 9. RenoId Raysoo, glrh AUgUSt 9, John Tbampson,boy, August 10. James Adams, girl, AIUSt 14. Charlas Berry, girl, August 15. Gerald MehaffeY girl, August t. Rlchard Chrlstlansan, glrl, August 1 Kenneth WIIIlame, boy, August 11. Raymond Garrloch, glrh August 111. Richard Johnson, Iwln boye, August 19. Francls Rubatlno, glrl, August 19. Wllllam Holloway, glrl, August 21. Robert Hawley, glrl, August 21. Robert Conley, glrl, August 21. Robert O'Br!en0 glrl, August 22. Charles Thacker, girl, August 22. Julian Rusczyk, girl, August 23. Stanley Schlrman, girl, August 23. Gordon Frahm, boy, August 25. JamH Buell, boy, August 27. Kenneth Jaaskelg, girl, August 211. John KUH'S, boy August 28. John Doherty, glrl, August 29. WallaI:o Wlse, glrl, August 29. Rlchard Hopkins, glrl, Sept. 1. Robert Wlnnlo, glH, Sept. 1. Mllel Hancheff, boY, Sept. I. Vern Reason, boy, Sept. 2. Charlel Red, on, girl, Sept. 2. Theadova Dotchln, boy, Sept. $. Theodore Johnean, boy, Sept, 6. Donald Some=, bay, Sept. 7. SEATTLI ,-, P l'evll Helpltgl. WIIIkm Loe, glrl, Sept. 10. reports the fellewlnE blrthl tg Mr. Jackson Hall, boy, Sept, 15. and Mrs.: Richard Mulvaney, gtrl, Sept. 17. David Rider, girl, Sept. 21. Joseph Stubb!ngs, II!rl, Se, 17, Raymond Rledl glrh Slpt, 17. Joseph Megall, twln girls, Sept. 17, Robert Thlbadeau, boy, Sept, 111. James Martlntz, boy, lt. n. Sean Twomey, boy, Sept: 24. Gary Cressey, glrl, Sept. lS. James Macdonald, girl, Sept. 18. Wilfred Schllcker, girl, Sept. 18. John Freltag, boy, Sept. 18. Thomas Donohue, twlns, boy and girl Sept. 19. Kenneth Mattean, plrl, Sept. 19, Terance Maher, girl, Sept. 19. Staven GreBe, boy, Sept. 20. Wayne Hancock, bay, pt. 2@ Leland Russell, girl, sepL0. John Melsenbach, girl, Sept. 21. Demonic Rosserio, boy, SePt 21. John Durbln, girl, Sept. 21. J. Athon Theodore, boy, Sept. 21, Frank Mopon boy, Sept. 21. Stephan Tlhanyl, boy, Sept, 2t. Davld Carr, gtrl, Sept. 22. Dovld MoCauley, girl, Sept. 13. NIck Baker, boy, Sept. 23. Lawrence Eason, girl, Sept. 24. Robert Kemp, bay, Sept. 24. Harvey Best, glrl, Sept. 24. William Jenk'l, glrh Sept, 21. Jose Marflnez, boy, Sopt. . Loiter Ingram, boy, Wt. N, LONeVlEW -- St. John HMPlNII reports the foltowlng births to Mr. and Mrs.: Milton Dmlt, Blrh Sept. 10, Gerald Wolf boy, Sept. 15. Kenneth Andtan, boy, S. 17. John Bade, baY, Sept. 17. Carl Henderson, boy, Sept. 11. Roonld Nordeen, girl, Sept. 19. Chrlstofer Smith, bay, St. 0. John Curtll, girl, Sept, 21, VANCOUVER -- st, Jl Hoe, Kenneth Heup, Imy, Sept, !2. Bernard Warner, bay, St. 11. James Taylor, boy, Sept. 12. Ralph KellY, girl, Sept, 13. Alford BIunk. girl, Sept. 16, ..... J John Kalin Funeral Home Catkolic Ow.ed and Operoted 828 EROADWAy AT MARION EAst 3-1234 1. the Heart O t the Medical Ce.ter Thougkt[,d Serwice Always, he. your .eed is greatest . . . vKQIIIIL ( Lev.I, Inaud,ng Two ChapEl, t, IBllf. 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