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CLASSIFIED RATE: 3Oc PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8080 Extension 21 r AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME. 2-4333, RES. SU. 4-1916 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 i Pray for CONTRACTING FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MAJCYES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place ST. PETER'S Can accommodate 26 persons. Large clean double bedrooms in Catholic Home. ReasonabLe. 1748 13th South. EA EASE. 3 bedroom unfurnished ouse. Stove and Frig. included. St. O 1he Progress t -" " ' I A Distinctive New Address WANTED: Cook for Sisters' residence In Seattle. Live In or out. Reply Box "R" k Arr-r AI r- / The Progress, IIVIFI"I,I/'L I-aST Visit the furnished show houses. Open MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE I daily noon 'Ill dark or Call SH 6-9221. Prestige Homes, Inc. -- FACTORY CLOSE-OUT i-NE:S Teak and Watnut dining and bedroom fur-14 Bedrooms 2 complete baths, nice en- nlture. Substantial saving for discrlml. I dosed yard. Wonderful family home. noting buyer who wishes the finest. $21,500. Coil Mr. Garrison. AT 2.6439. PR. 6-2181 BLAINE REALTY MIKE'S FOR CYCLES llV= Boston AT 3-5511 .o.., ,o, s,,. them eel ST. MATTHEW'S ST. MATTHEW'S 4 BDRMS. 4 BDRMS. Z E RO D N NEW ENGLAND FULL BRICK . CAPE COD I I Puyollup LARGE FAMILY HOME 3 BDROOMS 11/2 BATHS I In Memoriam I ,,,,o, Mrs. Steve ,Anna M.), S3, $20,950 NEAR ANGLE LAKE PARK DEAD-END STREET 903 3rd Ave. died Sept. 26. Requiem JACKSON PARK REDUCED $2000---and will be sold on $400 DN. TO the charity of your Oct. 2 All Saints Church. Born In Ferndole. Lived here 29 years. Mem- $15,500 I Masses and prayers are com. no FHA terms. 4 large twin size bed- GOLF COURSE rooms, Beautifully finished Immense her of All Saints Altar Society and size recreation room. 2 full baths. Large I Fine family home only 6 years old In mended the SOULS Of thO tO|- Eagle Lodge. Survivors: husband, son, family kitchen with birch cabinets I (I /' /P r"  traditional English styling. Featuring: galore. 2 car carport, under large sun. I '  I.=.% | | spacious living rm. with open stairway lowing departed priests who Steve Jr.; two daughters, Mrs, Darlene deck. This lovely 9 year otd home Is J ,) / J  to upstairs--full-size dining rm. has served the Church and souls in Grab, Sumner, and Joan af the home; less than 1 block from St. Matthew's. I / French doors to backyardwell de- Call EM 4-1180 on ad No. 2950---Plcture signed mahogany kitchen makes meal this area; two sisters, Mrs. Ida Allison, Auburn Floor Plans Inc. SOUTH OF 145TH preparo.on a breeze--2 twin-size bed- and Mrs. Freda Schiller, Lexington, ___ _ I Get the most for your money by Invest- rooms up with private bath--over.size Ky.; and one grandchild. Powers- --,A A J I Q/' I ing In thls large rambler In WILL attached garage wlth storage space The Ray. P, Ryan, died Wrlgley,Clements Mortuary. I..I V I. -1"" I I U,/ I ROGERS Park directly across the galore-- convenient location fo all street from public golf course, but schools, bus, and only a hop, sktp and Oct. 0, ].919. I still on a quiet street with no traffic, lump to Angle Lake swimming, beach OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 3 large bedrooms, living room with and picnic grounds. Hurry, call CH Renton -Tr'nr mr-x,/,l I fireplace, ranch kitchen, sewers are In 3-1558. Lr-LJ IJLJVVlN [ and paid for. Hurry! Call on Ad No. South End Brokers, Inc. Arlington NORDSTROM, Ella, 40, 13269 841h S., Attractive, 2 bedroom home, large IIv-j 1334. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 18332 11036 1st Ave. S. died Sept. 28. Requiem Oct, 3 St An- ing room with. fireplace, separate utility I Aurora Ave. HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete room. Nice corner wooded at Case /"   ,.'t,( k ,J " /LI' MOSES, William, 86, died sept. 22. fhony Church. Survivors: husband, Cole; remodeling service, room additions, re- transportation. ILI.Z-J' -or',v,u.,'-ouu SAVE! Requiem Sept. 28 Immaculate Concep, d(,ughter, Ellen Marie, at, home; mother, pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ONLY $12,950 QUICK POSSESSIOt, / "   ,----'---,-,-,-,-,. " lion Church. Waller and Solle Funeral Mrs. Lavera B o y d, Valentine, Nab.; ences. Up to S years to pay. 8 ON ' ,450 DN PA 2.4463 REDUCED $1000 Home, three brothers, HeaW Boyd, Kont; Pres- 2 year old home on large fenced land- ion Boyd, Federal Way; Lloyd Boyd, scaped lot. Ideally located in excellent FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT ATTRACTIVE DESIGN LOVELY BROADVIEW N.E. nelghbarhood, Beautlfu, kitchen, gellingham M,.,an. s O.; s,sters. Mrs. Eun,ce ha,- ton. Puyallup; Mrs. Elsie Rather and vv,.,-,,.,,.,... 3 bedrooms, huge m a s t e r bedroom, Full daylight basement provides extra large living room, formal dining area. TORTILLAS PLUS panelled den which could be 4th bedroom, rec. space, big garage--cablnel 3 large bedrooms on main floor. Full SIEGFRIED, J. P. (Jack), 68, 1711 Effie Boyd, Valentine, Nab. Faull Ren- LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen bedroom. Reverse floor plan with slate I oil A.C. furnace--very large, circulator daylight basement with recreation room Humboldt St,, died Oct. 1. Requiem ton Funeral Home. 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 entry hall to altrocfive living room with! main floor plan has oak floors and fire. and space for additional bedrooms. Fully Oct. 4 Church of the Assumption. Life. floor fo ceiling fireplace, separate din. place. 2 sunny bedrooms at $14,950-- Insulated, aluminum screens throughout, time resident of Belllnghem. Retired E Ing, family room, Inside planter. Many SHARP! SU 3-6677, Illness forces sale. Fast possession pos- log sc.]er. Member of Holy Name Seattle FOR RENT distinctive features. Asking $23,000--call slble. 'This is a real hot value' at Society and Elks. Survivors: wife, LA 3-5555 for further details. Ify $22,950. Nlna; two daughters, Mrs. Peter Zuon- ASSEMBLY HOTEL CRAWFORD & CONOVER Mutual Rea , Inc. CALL TODAY EM. 2-3070 ch, Belllngham, Mrs. Thomas Warren, ALLEN, Latin Peter, Infant, died Palos Verdes Estates, Caiff,; three Sept, 26. Mass of the Angels Sept. 29 WEEKLY, MONTHLY, RATES. 1./= BLOCK INC. 7719-ISfh N.W. NORTH EAST REALTY grandsons. Westford Funeral Home. St. Bernadette Church. Survivors: par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ethan L. Allen; CATHEDRAL. 8040 35fh Ave. N.E. LA 3-5555: SU 3 6677 brother, Ronald;grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Allen, Seattle; Peter GoI- M, 34174 Hawfhorne Hills - EM 2-3070 gefhell lagher, Mrs. LaVerne Oofelmelr, both BRYANT ,daho Yarlngton White Center Funeral 3 bdrms., some view. Long living rm., " LaDUKE, John J., 84, 15447 85th Ave. Home. beautlfuJly remodeled kitchen. $22,950. I Mrs. Conley, LA 5-9250. J / ASSUMPTION N.E., died Sept. 30. Requiem Oct. 3 St. FOR HANDYMAN Brendan Church. Burial Holyrood. Born 3 BEDROOMS In St. Helen's Quebec. Came here 14 CASEY, Mrs. Annie E., 95, 1503 Shen- VIEW RIDE BDRMS ,,, o,o survivors: daughter, Mrs. andeah Dr. E.,dled Oct. 1. Requiem John's parish. 9203 8th Ave. N.W. Avail- $ I 9,500 Stephen Parker, Butte, Mont.; sons, Oct. 4 Immaculate Conception Church. able November 10lh--$135. bdrms., Cope Cod plus 2 unfln, bdrms. Story and half, English Shake, Immacu. Robert E. LaOuke, Bofhell, and F. E. Entombment Holyrood, Born at Charles- late condition. 2 eating spaces. Bath and LoDuke, Sacramento, Calif.; seven grand- town, Mass. Came here In 1897. Sur. J-OUSEKEEPING rooms. $10 weekly, upstairs. "L" living rm. & dining rm. Immaculate family home in St. Coth- V. Double gqrage. Call HOWl children and two great-grandchildren, vlvors: daughteer, Miss Marguerite M. Walkingparking. distance1412 Bellevuet town.Ave.Steamowner.heat. 5-9250.Full bsmt. $18,500. Mrs. Con ey, LA erlne's parish with double plumbing. EWING & CLARK Mittetstadt's Lake City Funeral Home. Casey,Portland,Seattle;and JamesSns' HenrYE, Cey, J" CoseY,New Log-slze fireplace and wonderful kltch- York; t h re grandchildren and nine 3 ACRES of land. Large 2 bedroom fur- Sand PaW" Golf Club an. Including range, oven and 5507 35th N.E. LA 4-4400 nlshed home. Garage in full basement. (open 9 fo 9) great.grandchildren, Bonney-Watson Fu- S miles east of Renton $125 month. Beautiful 2-bdrm, Brick, full bsmt., rec. dishwasher PLUS mountain view and Everett neral Home. WE 7-7355. room. On a lovely, level, secluded lot. triple garage. Appraised at $21,300. Coil S24,950. to Inspect. ROMAN BRICK BEAUTY FEARN, Alice S., 81, 24181h Hoyt IDDLE-AGEDto share my home.CathliCsu working3.1087, woman Charles & Sybil Conley LA. 5-61 16 BEST'S, INC. 3 BLKS. TO ST. LUKES Ave., died Sept. 25. Requiem Oct. 1 DORAN, Mrs, Thomas, 77, died $511 NE 65fh LA 5-9250 HOLY ROSARY Circular floor plan. 3 BR's, Formal din- Immaculate Conception Church. Burial Sept. 28. Requiem Oct. 1, St. Vlncent's OPEN DAILY Ins plus kit. eating space. Plastered. Mt. Carmel Cemetery. Cassldy Funlral Home. Burial Calvary. Boer In Court- FURNITURE FIRWOODTERRACE HOLY FAMILY Beau|. W/W carpet. Full beret. Finished Home. land, N,Y. Came here In 1901. Sur- vivors: two daughters, Mrs. Cecil A COMMUN!TY OF 45 NEW COLONIAL OUR LADY OF GUADALUPE roe. rm., work=hop. Large park-like Bridges, 1525 44th Ave. S.W., with LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the &EARLY AMERICAN STYLE HOMES, For Information on best home buys in fenced let. In,tilde. Open Friday evening, "Frel ALL WITH POSSIBLE 4 TO 6 BED- above pgrilhes, coil Bill ErlclenWB CO.OP REALTY Kent whom she formerly lived, and Mrs. Harry S m 1 t h, Washington, D.C.; a dollvery% Credit. ROOMS & FAMILY ROOM. FHA 2,0,00. sister, Louise Finn, Seaflle, three RAASS REDMOND FURNITURE BUILT & SUPERVISED, CLOSE TO LA. 4"-1300 KAIilER Mrs. Katherine R, 65, died grandchildren and o great-grandson. TU. $-1378 Redmond SHOPPING, PAROCHIAL AND PUB- AVALON REALTY INC. Sept, 25. Requiem Sept. 8 St. Martin Hoffner's FisherKalfus Funeral Home. .-----:= ......... : .j ..... j .............. LIC SCHOOLS. $16,5 WITH (dO0 2658 CALIFORNIA AVE. ASSUMPTION 0f Tours, Church. Burial Calvary. Born HAULINO DOWN PLUS CLOSING COSTS & 896 BY OWNER in Wlscnnsln. Lived In Tacoma 20 year! PER MO. CALL ON AD NO. 639. SPACIOUS 4 bedrooms. 1Vz baths. Rec. before going le Kent, Surv!vors: three FALLON, Irwtn, 77, 814 Garfield St., MICK McHUGH'S PR 6-2154 ..................... 1 ....... i,, ........ !.. L[ .,,... and hobby roems. $19,950. Will ga FHA. snn, Francis J., Gorold L., and Ed- died Sept. 26. Requiem Sepf. 29 St. L. P. MARTIH, INC. ........................ I2 N.E. 60th. LA 4-2941. _ round J,, gU of Tocomd; daughter, Anne Church, Burial Calvary. Born in HAUL ALL SERV CE LYNNWOOD, WN. LEGAL NOTICES FDUR rooms, private both, lraund flear: Mrs. Olarin Healy, Seattle; twn brath- Walla Walla. Came here 73 Years ago. - ere, John Ve t, Seattle and Joke AI, He was an accountant. Survivors: wise, . Small yard. Across from A&P, All ether mun of Los Anoeles; tWO sisters, Mrs. Bee; daughters, Mrs. Benjamin $chul- Reasonable roles CAPITOL HILL NOTICE OF IHERIFF'$ SALE business within 2 blocks. Sell for cash Anna Schneider, Salem, Oro., and Mrs. ler and Barbara Fanon; brother, Leo; IDEAL FAMILY LOCATION OF REAL ESTATE I er on terms. EA 2-3244, Loretto Daly, Seattle; and 11 grand- sister, Mrs. Wallace Langley, all Seat- E 4-874 Extra-size corner lot. Just 1 block from STATE OF WASHINGTON COUNTY OFi--.----.-'C---7:--.- - children. Cassedy and Alien Mertugry. fie; one grandchild. Manning and Sons ' UUR LADY UP UADALUPE Volunteer Park. Truly "A GEM" of a RY VIRTUI= ('11: A WIIT ('11= I=y[=rll ]Sweeping view Brick Excelent condition Funeral Home. home with 4 spacious bedrooms on 2nd King, ss. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. .......................... " 6 08 " ' HILP WANTED floor and room for more on the 3rd TION issued out of the Honorable Su-I 5941 ''' ' ' " 9 381h SW Owner WE 78798 or WE n 9 See unaay after 3 p m If needed. Priced for quick sale. Call perlor Court of the State of Washlngto t .... Kirkland CATHOLIC Mary Bracelin, EA 3-8717. for King County, on the 28fh day otIEZ7=..;:-^Z,T----- CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS, August 1962, by the C ark thereof n the[,  o..w=-aourvr-J u,' LUClER, Edward A., 60, 301 8th Ave., BIBLE SALES 185o Olive Way EA 5-0700 ' - ......... , aedroom brick 1/ baths buUtln oven case of Kennem P. bnyaer as guaroa, _ ' ' " died Oct. l. Requiem Oct. $ Holy Faro, ' - -- * ': - , .... ana range Near schoo S bUS and sho ME. 2-8848 CAPITOL HILL ad litem of Lonnle NL nyaer, a ............ =_ , P- IIY Church. Born In Lewistown, Mont. petent, Plolntlff, versus N. E. Rostedt, / ping. LA 2-/804. Came to Klrkland In 1944. Was on era, ar I ST. JOSEPH'S Defendan, ME. 3-2007 Wonderful buy for a "DO-IT-YOURSELF" No. 561662, and 1o me, as SherJff, I ployee of the Puget Sound Power and Light Co. for 14 years. Survivors: Wife, -- -- . I family. An Insulated 4-bedroom home directed and delivered: I --I Martha, Kirkland; daughters, Mrs. Lor. S Mothers Grandmothers ' ;J wfh newer cab o burner Very good NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I J_JJ| Mt'Yrl/" ralne Hanson, Klrkland, and Mrs. Helen Iucrat ve part-time work available, In l roof leve ..... nt, " ............... nw tv ' t'wnr W . will proceed to sell at public auction tol == ..= ,w ,-- m vnl l-lp J Landry, Chico, Calif.; brothers, Charles prestige business. School, church, scout corr u contract PI  ^ ^^-r-h,, ^ the highest bldder for cash, wthn the! 1 ............... " '  hours prescribed by low for Sheriff's and Henry Lucter, both of Lewlstown; work helpful. LA 2-31 2 or EM 2-9757. 2-2710 sisters, Mrs. Lena Martin and Mrs. RO0SEanYed-%F-Rctt/ VINC.FNT D MI//[:R It'JC sales, to-wit, ten o'clock A.M., on the I SWEENEY & HUNTER I Berdle Stanton, both of Lewlstown; outside the city of Seattle. Prefer some-! ;-;' ,.''  ........... ' ..... 191h day of October, 1962, before the Altorneys for Estate ! Mrs. Amelia Kenley, Horlowtown, Mont., one to live out. Reply to Progress BoxlOO'" '.. 4m LA 2-562 ;ourt House door of King County, Jet- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the ,t7 Arctic Building / aMn:nl.;Mrs. Mable Hoffman, Bozemon, two grandsons. Green's Funeral seatne, 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 glvon that the under- i signed has been appointed and has guall. fled as Executors of the estate of Anna Ostrem, Deceased; that oll persons hav- Ing claims apnlnst sald deceased are hereby required fo serve the same duly verified, on said Executors or their at, torney of record at the address below Home. Port Orchard ALSO RENTALS 1Used washing machines and DRYERS-. Parts--Rental. PA. 3-2605 & PA. 5-1523. 11442 Dallas Ave. S. METSKER MAPS Sealtle--Tacomo--Portiand CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything In the Map Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES State of Washington, all at the right, title and Interest of sold defendant, N. E. Rostedt, In and to the following described property, situated in King County, State of Washington, to-wlt: The east 34 feet of tot 1, and the east 34 feet of the south V of lot 2, in block 28 of Mercer's second Addition to the City of Seatlle, as recorded In Vol. 2 of plats on page 7, records of King Co., Washington, together with the va cased portion af Aloha Street, adjoining said lot I as vacated by Ordinance NOS. 7448 of the City of Seattle, sltuate in the City af Seattle, County of King, ROBERT H. THOMPSON NURSING HOME , Attorneys Wash. 1410 Alaska Bldg,, Seattle 4, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STUBBINGS NURSING HOME SinCe of Washington for the County of i "Catholic operated" Private cases only. Ktng. State LIc. No. 69 I In the matter of the estate of Constance 1732-161h Ave. EA.3-6061 B. Hanson, Deceased. In Probate. No, 168831. Notice to Creditors. e -OREE-NWOOD CONVALESCENT - Notice Is hereby glven that the under- NURSING HOME signed has been appointed and has quail- "Private and Semi-Private" fled as administrator of the estate State LIe. No, 297 i Constance B Hansen, Deceased; that al HOLY FAMILY- KIRKLAND State of Washington; I sfated, ond file the some with the Clerk Transferred. 1-Year.old, S.bedroom Colon- levied on asthe property of said .de- of said Courf, together with proaf of lab Den, 2 baths, large family kitchen, fendont to sarlsry a luagmem amounrtnglsuch serv ce within six months after the S22,000. VA 2-1988 or EA 3-9300, to One thousand seven hundred flfty-six date of first publication of thll notice, and 56/100 ($1,756,56) Do are, the cost of or the same will be barred. suit and interest, In favor of plaintiff. I Dote of first publication Sept. 21, 1962. -- = Dated thls 30th day of August, 1962. NOTICES By Coral Clalbourn ' JOHN E. OSTREM and ! LEGAL Deputy i JAMES oRi OSTREM, I , Executors sald Estate I - = . Final publication October S, 1962. i 917 Arctic Building, i  LEGAL NOTICE Seattle, Wash. RASK, Oliver L., 74, dted In the Washington Veterans Hospital at Rat sil Sept. 27. Requiem Oat. 1 St. Gab. rlel Church. Lived in Tacoma 43 years before entering the hospital In April. Native af St. Louis. Insurance sales. man for Metropolitan Life. Survivors: daughter, Mrs, Peter L. (Jane) Sabutls, Tacoma; son, Oliver of Port Angeles; four grandchildren and three sisters, Mrs. Lee A. Parker, Arcadia, Calif., Mrs. Joe B. Winslett and Mrs. Frank de Los Rolt, both of San Clemente, Collf. Pendleton-GHchrlst F u n e r a I Home. i O my Lnrd and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thv sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the hly oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and l'hy bloud my gprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious aaints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in Bnd through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. FONDAHN, Emib 42, 1105/ N. 481h St., died Sept. 27. Requiem October 1,, St. Benedict Church. Burial Holyrood. Barn In Seldovla, AInska, Came here In 1945. Was a commercial fisherman and truck driver In the winter. He also had worked tor the Boeing Company, Member of L o c a I 174, Teamsters Union. Survivors: wife, Zoe; two daughters, Mary M. Fondahn, Seaftte, and Mrs. Christine Woods, Palmer, Alaska; two sons, Edward, 3rd, Seattle and Pfc. Emil A. Fondahn, Jr., Camp Pendletan, Callf.; his mother, Mrs. Marie Fondahn, Seward, Alaska; two sisters, Mrs. MnrgQret OIlestad, Seat- fie, and Mrs. Koran Swortz, Anchorage, Alaskn; a brother, Edward Fondahn, nd, Seward, and a grandson. Man- ning and Sons Funeral Home. REOAL AND MCDONNELL i JOSEPH A. SWEENEY Attorneys of SWEENEY & HUNTER, $77 Dexter Hor1oa Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 917 Arctic Building, ! Seattle, Wash. tN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE i Final publication October 5, 1962. State of Washington for the County Dill King. [ in the matter of the estate of Theodarei CARROLL & VERZANI J. Bishop, Deceased. In Probate, No. Altorneys for Eslate 168856. Notice to Cred'ttors. t 502 Washington Building Notice is hereby giyon that the under- slander has been appointed and has qual-! Seattle, Wash. GREEN, Mrs. Elizabeth Katherine, 71, 9928 31st Ave. S,W., died Sept. 211. Reduiem Oct. 1 Holy Family Church, Bural Holyrood. Born In Richfield, Minn. Came here n 1919. Member af the Royal Neighbors of America. Sur- vivors: daughters, Mrs. Barney Husebv, Seattle; Mrs. John Downs, Des Molnes, and Mrs. Frands Garsko, Mukllteo; sons, Raymond Green, Prince Rupert, B.C,; Hugo and Francis Green, both of Seattle, and Ralph Green, Inchel- lum, Ferry County; brother John Ar- noldy, Chatfleld, Minn.; slsler, Mrs. Cecilia Malerus, Elba, Minn.; 23 grand- children and 19 great.grandchildren. Yarlngton's Whtte C n t e r Funeral Haml. HAUPTMANN, Mrs. Charlotte, 87, 1130 Eastlake Ave. E., died Sept. 28. Requiem Oct. 2 St. Patrlck Church. Burial Calvary. Born In North Pine Grave, Pn. Came here 40 years ago tram Ketchikan, Alaska. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Mary Perrett, Seattle; son, Robert Hauptmann, Seeflle; sis- NICKELL & McGOUGH Attorneys 437 Central Building, Seattle, Walh. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE tars, Mrs, Helen Cackette and Mrs. Stalin Ida, both of Seattle; brother, State of Washington for the CountY of Howard Wal!ey, Northport, Stevens King: County one granddaughter. Manning In the matter of the estate af William N, and Sons Funeral Home. Gllroy, deceased. In Probate. No. 161477. Notice of Hear ng F na Re- EM. 2-7575 persons having claims against sold de- Ified as executrix of the estate of Theo-I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE port and Petition for Distribution. ceased are hereby requ red to serve the dare J. Bishop, deceased; that a per. I State of Washington for the County of Notice is hereb" -Ivan that William - aBIBl[l'M&| *- same, duly verified, on said administrator sons having claims against said deceased l KInQ. Hnw,r -ilrn,, AlYinitetn n' ,ha I ..... . .... S .......... or his attorneys of record at the address ure hereby required fo serve the same/ In the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM tale of Willi "Neison'iro ,, 'ha"fj- = below stated, and file the same with the duly verified, on said Hazel E. Bishop orl L. STEPHENS, Doceased. In probate, il n the office ^ , %"l-r u of 'enid Po --+ BL ND mdd aged person would like Clerk of said Court together with proof her attorneys of record at the address I No. 168557 Notice to creditors ,  . , .,e.   % _ . _,,. ,. ' . . . " ' . ;final eporl ann peTITIOn tor alsTrlauTion, a:llti:ntrlsnn r:ardlgud;n nd YoPlnngwfrr, fe sChe Soe;V;restw;t:bl?lcIXonmt;tsafntor blerV oSlfatsaecI a:u/;let;et;:Telhtthrtoho q si:lCo': :eernebyp#oinetdthoantd fhaes u;::l-iklngu;: e f#Urtrarettleo led R:rPst s MA4-0210 If Ca or the same w ba barred of such servce wthn six months afterlfied as Admnstratrx of the estate of ...... P - ; -. - " - ' ' ' - [ lnere[o enililea ann TO alscnarge saJa "--'-'ADN--GR------ i Date of first publication, Sept. 28, 1962, the dote of first publication of thisjWdliam L. Stephens, Deceased; that oil Ad'ministrator' nd that said Renort nd From Edmonton Alva Wi kle or anyone t WILLIAM A HANSEN notice or the some will be barred I persons having claims against said de-i ....... / a. ...... ,-_ o knowing her address please call EA I Administrator of said Estate, Date of first publication, Sept. 28,' 1962. J ceased are hereby required to serve the j Pecrln r wl'6eae:r0 o n.eaeeaYouOr i22832 AP 774734thSW Seatte Wash HAZEL E BSHOP same duly verfed on sad Bertha Sell- ,. .j _ . - L' . .  ' ' "' ' ' . ' ' ' ' I Room at Ins ProDare ueparrment of ROBERT R. THOMPSON, Executrix of said Estate, Pttcher, or her attorney of record at the l -- said Court at which time and place any ] ::= = r , = Attorney for Administrator, 2576 28th West, Seattle, Wash. I address below stated, and file the same erson int'r ....... m p e estea in sala t:srare ay op PLUMBERS 1410 Alaska Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. LAWRENCE K. McDONNELL I with the Clerk of said Court, together  near and file oh;actions hereto on  Final publication, Oct 12, 1962 of REGAL AND McDONNELL, - !with proof of such server within six "ant t "he ' " " PHI,V, BING & HEATIN .................. ',Attorneys for Estate, imonths after the date of first publication ic es I some. "-'" SERVICE -- MICHAEL R ALF ERI 577 Dexter Horton Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ! of this notice, or the same will be barred. Dated this 25th day of September, Attorne Final publlcollon Oct 12 1962.  Date I 1962. Red anl Heat ng Reta Slore . . Y "'__' ", _ of first publlcation Sept. 14, 1962. - , I / kAACCADT g. Ct'klC $65 Olympic Nat'l Bldg., Seatlll 4, Wash. ,^=.= = u,n,n E i BERTHA SELL PITCHER, [ uaTe of first publication, Sept. 28, 1962. ., ., iv,,,zxl,,/ u ,.v,Q IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE '""" "'" .... ! Administratrix of satd Estate NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Attorneys for Estate 4741V= Rainier Avenue South Sealtle 8, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County. in the Malter of the Estate of NICOLA SANTORA, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168821. Notice to Creditors. The undersigned is 1he appointed and qualified Executrix of the above.entitled Estate. All persons having claims against i said Deceased are required to serve ame on said Executrix or her attorneys at the address below stated, and fl/e same with 1he Clerk of said Court, together with proof of service, within six months after first publication of this Notice. Dale of first publication: Septomber 21, 1962. MARY M. ISERNIO 1235 SO. Ctoverdale St. Seaffle, Washington I MALONE 8, McBRIDE I Attorneys tar Estate } 4741V Rainier Avenue South [ Seattle 8, Washington Final publication Octobar 5, 1962. I Attorney for Estate $63 Olympic National Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of PASQUA DEL VECCHIO, Deceased. In Probale, No. 16591. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as administrator with will annexed of the estate of Pasqua Del Vecchlo, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the some, dulY verltled, on said administrator W/W/A or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of iuch service within six months offer the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication September 28, 1962. J RALPH ROCKEY I Admlnlstrator w/w/a of said Estate. I Adress 563 Olympic National BuildingJ Seattle, Washington MOSCHETTO & ALFIERI J Attorney for Estate, [ $63 Olympic National Building / Seattle, Washington | Final publication October 12, 1962. 502 Washington Building, Seattle, Wash. EDNA NIEMELA VERZANI of CARROLL & VERZANI, Attorneys for Estate, 502 Washinglon Building, Seattle, Wash Final publication October 5, 1962. I Clark of said Court, By H. W. POTTER, Deputy. NICKELL & McGOUGH, ' Attorneys for Eslale, 437 Central Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publication, Oct, 12, 1962. BIRTHS SELLINGHAM St. Joseph Hospi. tal reports the followlng blrth ta Mr. and Mrs.: Arthur Lane, boy, Sept. 2L LONGVlEW -- St. John Nospltal rt. ports the following blrlhs te Mr. and Mrs.: Mike Mendes, boy, Sept. 22. D. Smith, girl, Sept. 27. SEATTLE -- Providence HolpltoI reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Leonard Pharos, boy, Sept. 24, WHilom Vollnnd, boy, Sept. 24, Harold Bernett, boy, Sept. 25. Gerad Smith, glrl, Sept. 25. Francis Johnson, girl, Sept. 25. Gerald Johnston, boy, Sept. 25. David Adams, boy, Sept. 26. Frederic A. Cordova, boy, Sept. 26. Ned Sam, boy, Sept. 27. John O'Flaherty, boy, Sept. 21. Walter Thomson, girl, Sept. 27. Henry FIIIlelfaz, girl, Sept. 27. John Mathews, girl, Sept. 27. Myron Anderson, boy, Sept. 27. Makoto Yaguchl, girl, Sept. 27, Charles Baldwin, boy, Sept. 28. Tom Gee, girl, Sept. 28. William Wicks, boy, Sept. 28. Ronald Deisher, girl, Sept, 29. Donald McLean, girl, Sept. 29. Walter Harrlngton, girl, Sept. 29, John Prlngle, girl, Sept. 30. Ricardo Forlnas, girl, Oct. 1. James Ehll, girl, Oct, 1. Clifford Frufiger, boy, Oct. 1. John O'Leary, glrh Oct. 1. Jordan Sinclair, boy, Oct. t. John Hydl, girl, Oct, t. SEATTLE Sh Frances Cabrinl Hos. pllal reports the following births te Mr, and Mrs.: William Padden, boy, Sept. 17. Robert Cadleux, girl, Sept. 18. ROy PImms, girl, Sept. 19. Roger, Turnbull, girl, Sept. 20. Robert Thomas, glrh Sept 22. James Bell, girl, Sept. 23. Edward HIIIlard, glrl, Sept. 24. Walter Ridgeway, boy, Sept. 24. Michael Comer, boy, Sept. 24. Richard Fagen, girl, Sept. 27. Wilbur Reel, boy, Sept. 29. Courtland Kopp, girl, Sept. 30. Raymond Davis, girl, Sept. 30. Gary Branstetler, boy, Oct. 1. TACOMA -- St. Joseph Hospital re. ports the following blrlhs to Mr. and Mrs.: Jny Merrlck, girl, Sept. 17. Richard MorNs, girl, Sept. 18. Dr. and Mrs. John Harbottle, glrl, Sept. 18, Ray HIIdreth, boy, Sept. 19. Ronald Reardon, boy, Sept. 21. Leslie Hantger, girl, Sept. 21. Dr. and Mrs. Gerald Bissonnette, girl, Sept. 22. Dovtd Barr, boy, Sept. 23. WIIIlom Bailey, bay, Sept. 23. Robert Watdren, girl, Sept. 24. John Coyne, girl, Sept. 25. Charles Jenkins, girl, Sept. 27. VANCOUVER-- St. Joseph H0spltol reports the following births to Mrs. and Mrs.: Gordon TIFF, boy, Sept. 20. Rlohard Jacklm, boy, Sept. 21. Fred Mattls, girl, Sept. 22. Davtd Allen, boy, Sept. 22. Max Halley, girl, Sept. 23. JOHNSON, Mrs. Arnold (Moyme), 81, 500 Wall St., died Sept. 30. Req- uiem Oct. 4 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Holyrood. Barn in Morris, Minn. Came here In 1918. Survivors: husband, Arnold O. Johnson, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. J, C, DuChorme, Detroit, Mtch.; sisters, Mrs. H. E. Lolmer, Morris, Mtnn.; M r S. Josephine Celegmon, Voshon, and Mrs. Katherine Minett, Galahad, Alia.; tour grandchildren. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. NASH, Margaret C., 49, 1736 Summit Ave., died Sept. 25. Requiem Sept. 29 St. James Cathedral, Burial Holyrood. She was a retirod waitress. Survivors: sister, Mrs. Herman Naehter, Alder, wood Manor; aunt, Mrs. Charles Ward, Seattle, Manning and S o n s Funeral Home. IOFFREDO, Angelo, 67, 2451 S. Spen- cer St., dted Sept. 25, ReQuiem Sept. 20 St. Edward Church. Entombment Holyraod. Born in Italy, Came here in 1915 from New Jersey. Surviving Is a sister In Italy. PELLEY, Opal, 51, 812 A. St., died Sept. 27. Requiem October 1 St. An- thony Church. Survivors: husband, La- RDy; sons, LeRoy, Austin Orville and William Jerome; mother, Mrs. Mary Hendren; brother, John Hendren; sis. tar, Mrs. Evelyn Hlntz; 17 grandchil- dren. Stokes Mortuary. QUINN, Marcus M., 53, 6756 Mars Ave. S., dled Sept. 28. Requiem and burial in Bulte, Mont. Born In Butte. Came here 24 years ago. Was a re. tired Northwest Airlines pilot. Was chairman of the Airline Pilots tlon tram 1950 to 1956, and a of the OX 5 Club of America and fhe Silver Wings Club. Survivors: wife, Kathleen; son, John D., Seattle; sis- ters, Mrs. Tom Lewis and Frances Quinn, both at Seattle. Bonney.Watson Funeral Home. ROGERS, Kenneth, 52. ReQuiem Oct. 4 Holy Family Church. Survivors: wife, Helen; son, Buddy, and daughter, Shir. ley; mother, Mrs. Evelyn Olson, Arllng- ton; four grandchiidren. Yarington White Center Funeral Home. 4501 9th &Vt, N,, SU 3-6850 State of Washington for the County of l _ , King. in the matter of the estate of James TELiVlSION AND RADIO SERVICE Sterling Harris, Deceased. In Probate. No. 168442. Notice to Creditors. FENDRICH RADIO & TV i Notice is hereby given that the under- "Member St. Edward's Parish" signed has been appointed and has quail, PA. 3-1172 fled as administrator of the estate of James Sterling Harris, Deceased; that r7 L ' " : = - : a persons having claims aga net ea d TYPlWRITERS t deeeased are hereby required to serve S L REPA I the same duly verified on said odmlnts. _A IS & IR t ' tra or or hi5 attorney of record at he RNTAL S t oddress below stated, and file the same - . .  ..... I wilh the Clerk of said Court together Rent O ypewrner tar scnom ith S ..... . .... " [w proof of such service within si: 1uaenr Kales Pree UellVerY MODERN OFFICE EQUIP. CO. /hthSn:;lecrlohethdateaeflwrt I pUbaCralrledr , Bob Bozon--WE 5-7120 I Date of first publicalIon, Sept. 28, 1962 'mere. Holy Rosary Parish" WILLIAM J. MICHAUD, id Admlmstrator af said Estate, Cites 17811 51st south, seattle, wn. MICHAEL R. ALFIERI, Attorney for Estate, 563 Olympic Nat'l Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. F na publ cation, Oct. 12, 1962. (ASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cnssidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pre. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 JAMES J. MCBRIDE Attorney for Estate Office: 4741.& Rainer Ave. South Sea111e, Wash. iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF the State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of DORO- THEA D. HALL, Deceased. No. 165- 515. Notice af hearing final report and pelltlon for distribution. Notice Is hereby given thaL Edward M. Thompson, Executor of the Estate of Dorthea D. Hail has filed in the of rice of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for dlstrlbu, tlon, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis- charge said Executor; and that said Report and petition will be heard an the 25th day of October, 1962, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Pro. bate Department af s a i d Court, at which time and place any person In, terested in said Estate may appear and filo objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 26th day ot Sept,, 1962. Date of first publication Oct. S, 1962. NOMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. BY H. W. POTTER, Deputy. JAMES J. McBRIDE, Attorney for Estate, 4741V Rainier Ave. ,South, Seattle, Wash. Final publication Oct, 19, 1962, Moral Aspect 'Of Surgery WASHINGTON, (NC) -- St, Luke's Physicians' G u i I d of 'this archdiocese has issued a statement calling attention to the moral aspect Df surgical operations, particularly steril- ization. The statement; issued "with rEBpect to the controversy re. ' garding human sterilization," made the following points: -- It is neither the duty nor the right of 'a physician to per- e form any type of surgery un- less there is an adequate medi- cal reason for doing so. -- Relief of socio-economic 'ill does nDt c0ntitute legiti- , mate justification of surgery. -- Even if the patient is  informed of the operation and ives his consent, it is not per- missible to perform surgery contrary to the natural law. Seattle SCHNEIDER, John, 74, S14 Federal Ave., died Sept. 27. Reguiem Oct. I St. Joseph Church. Burlo/ Nolyrood. Sur. vivors: wife, Sarah, Seattle; sons, John, Seattle; Richard, RIchlond, Wash.; Robert, Bellevue; daughters, Mrs. G. W. Best, Andover, Mass.; Sister Helen Mary S.NJ.M., Holy Name Academy, Seattle; sister, Mary H. Schneider, Seattle; 19 grandchildren. BonneY-Wat- son Funeral Home. SMITH, John F., 77, 13517 43rd Ave. S,, died Sept. 24. Requtem Sept. 29 In Portland, Ore. Born in LaCrosse, Wls. Came here 40 years ago from Part, land. Member at ,Seattle Aerie NO. 1 of the Eagles Local 383, Sheetmetal Workers' Union. Survivors: three sons, Walter V. Smith, Bellevue; John F. Smith, Jr., Tacoma, and Edward B, Blanchard, San Franclsea; two broth- ers, Joseph and Herman Smith, both of Portland; two sisters, Mrs. Frances Enbrech and Mrs. Elizabeth Barnes, both of Portland, and four grandchtl, dren. Georgetown Funeral Home, SULLIVAN, MIchael J., 94, 2023 10th Ave. E., died Sept. 29. Requtem Oct. 1 St, Patrick Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In County Cork, Ireland. Raised in San Francisco. Came here In 1941. Survivors: wife, Katherine M,; sons, Price and Robert, both of Seattle; six grandchildren and six great-grandchil- dren. Bonney.Watean Funeral Home. VUKOVICH, Ivan, 909 8th Ave, Re, qulem OCt. 3 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Survived by a niece, Mrs. Anna Lonchere, Buffalo, N.Y. Home Undertaking Company. Stanwood QUESNELL, Mrs. Joleph, $6, died Sept, 27. ReQuiem Holy Rory Church In Moxea City, Yaklma County. Born in Moxea, had lived on Camano Island before moving to Stanwood In 19511. Member of the Altar Society of St. Cecilia Church in $tanwood. Was am. played by the Twin City Foods, a food.packing form. Survivors: husband, Joseph, and five brothers, Leo, Henry and Louis Patnode, OII at Yaklma, Paul Patnode, Moxee City, and Joe Patnode, Toppenlsh. Tacoma FORTIER, O. E. (Dill), $8, 6824 Pacific Ave. died Sept. 27. Requiem Oct. 1 St. Ann Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Maxie. Lived here 20 years. Employed at Mount Rainier Ordnance Depot 20 Years. Survivors: wife, Violet G.; daughter, Mchelle Fortier at the home; hve sisters, Mrs, Jane Collier, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. AUgusta Hoc. kett, Van Nuys, Collf,, Mrs. Geerga Clausln, Anaheim, Calif., and Mrs. Amanda Klle and Miss Helen Fortler, hath of Yaklma, and two brothers, Rosorlo and A. H., both of Yoklma. Piper Funeral Home. McDONNELL, Mrs. Curran (Minnie), 83, 709 S. I St., died Sept. 23. Requiem Sept. 27 St. Leo Church. Burial Colv. ary. Born In Oregon. Lived here slnce 1906. Survivors: half.sister, Mrs. Mar- garet Gainer, Portland, several nieces and nephews. Gattney Funeral Home, WALSH, Mrs. Mabel, 93, 3024 A St., died Sept. 26. Requiem Sept, 28 St. Leo Church. Born in Pennsylvania, Lived here 54 years. No known surviovrs. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. Tulolip SELLS, Mrs. Emma, 59, af Anchor- age, Alaska, formerly of Tuloltp and Tacoma, died Sept. 23. Requiem Oct. 1 St. Anne Church, Tulallp. Born in LaConner. Lived in Tulalip area until 1930 when she moved to Tacoma where she resided until 1959. Member of Tulallp Tribes Inc, Survivors: hus- band, Doyle F., Anchorage; son, John, Taeamo; three daughters, Mrs. Snrah Dins, Hawaii, Mrs. Patrtcla Meteolf and Mrs. Elizabeth Perry, both of Tacoma; father, Patrick Wfllup, Lo- Conner; brother, Joseph WIIIup, Lq- Conner; sister, Mrs, Martin Sampson, Taeamn; 18 grandchildren. .Schaefer Funeral Homo, Marysvllle. Symphony Fans Needn't Go Formal Ball gowns may be seen in the boxes, but at every sub- scription concert Bt the Seattle Symphony Orchestra, "we're not dressing" is the rule among m a n y music - lovers, Many career people coma tD the concerts without g o i n g home in order to view the en- tire program. Season tickets are now on sale at the Symphony office, 601 Orpheum Bldg. for the gala opening 8:30 p.m. October 1 and 17. J FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thlrfy Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 508 North 361h Seattle HOFFNER Owner THE PROGRESS9 Friday, Oct. 5, 1962 Requiem Sung For Tom Moore OAK HARBOR -- Solemn Mass was offered Monday at St. Augustine Church here for Tom Moore, 65, National Cath- olic Community Service USO Club director here who died after almost 20 years Of service. The Rev. William Dell was the celebrant, Rev. Cornelius Harrington the deacon and R e v, Anthony Palmasani,  subdeacon, ThE Rev. James Regan preached, Present in the sanctuary wer e Rev. Patrick O'Brien, D e n n i s Muehe and Very Rev. C. M. Power. Burial was in Maple Leaf CemEtery. Mr. Moore died in his home September 27 following a brief iUness. Born in Chicago, hB was a veteran of the vaude. ville era in his early life. He came to Oak Harbor in 1943 to organize the USO and he retained that position until he retired only a week ago, He was past grand knight of Oak Harbor and Mount Vernon Councils, Knights of Columbus, past faithful nav- igator of San Juan Fourth Degree Assembly (K of C), a member of St. Augustine's Holy Name Society and chairman of thR board of di- rectors of the Skagit-Island Counties Catholic ChildrEn's Services. Mr. Moore was also a mEm- ber of the American Legion, Keystone HBrbor Association of Island County; secretary of the Community Club of Island County; past president of the Navy League of Oak Harbor; national director, Havy League of the United States, 13th Nay- al District; member of the Oak Harbor Rotary Club and an of- ficial IslEnd County Fair di. rector, He is survived by a sister, Mrs. 3. P. 3ene of Chicago; a brother, Edward, of Chicago" and a niece, Mrs. William Nel- son, Buena Park, Calif. Fu- neral arrangements were made by Bartleson Funeral Home. When you patronize our advertiserB, tell them you saw their messaga in The Progress. Dedicated to Service GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME South Yakima at 10th TACOMA Hamilton's Funeral Parlor PAUL L MYLAN, Director Especially Equipped for Catholic Funerals 302 W. 11th, Vancouver OX. 4.2537 1 /