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I I BUY WITH THEM P ROG R I 00.SS SELL WITH THEM i i i RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE:' 30C PER LINE Forms Close Weanesdny, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2.a880 Extension 21 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY - .CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. S-5450 / CONTRACTING I & A CONSTRUCTION =:= PHONE: MA 2.8880.--Local 21 -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 Japanese Garden 3 Plus Bedroom Full Basement $15,750 Close In F'lagsfone Patio Driftwood Gardens SELECT FROM THE PROGRESS NO MONEY CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CONCRETE WORK, PAT,aS, iiI i CARPORTS, PA,NT,NG CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 SAVE 30% FINEST PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, WALLPAPER DISPLAY ON HAND. GENERAL CARPENTRY AND CEMENT WORK. FREE ESTIMATES. AT. 3-1836 OR AT, 3-6655 FOR Roof Repairing, new roofs, gutters, and downspouts; asbestos and composl- Privacy More home for the money than you could ever Imagine. Completely encore- passed In a Japanese setting plus pri- vate patios, green lawns, expensive shrubbery. Three pJus bedroom, formal dining room, large kitchen. Two fire- places. Plenty of room for expansion in the large basement. It won't last. Per- fect terms, Zero Down, GI or minimum FHA. Call LA 3-0300 or Li 2-3184 on ad No. 3154. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS 18332 Aurora N. LI 2-318 NEEDED All you need Is an honest face and good eredlt to buy thls solid 2 bdrm. home featuring separate dlnnlg rm.--golden oak floors situated In Beverly Park only 2 blocks to supermarket and bus. Payments of only $85 per month. Full price only S9,000. NEED MORE BED. ROOMS? We can make you the same offer on thls 4 bdrm. West Seattle home full prlce $10,500 wlth monthly payments of only $85.--Both homes are vacant so "Kiss the landlord goodbye" and move right In. CH 3-1550. lion siding. Free"estimates. Guaranteed work Call C R Marcyes. EA 4 8481. HOLY FAMILY--Income ' " " ,, Two homes one lot. One rented. Close to "'-Mmi:M--'l'T'I Public and Parochlal schols. Mln. from rVVlelllllnml'llllilll I Freeway FHA approved. VA 2.3080. TORTILLAS CHRIST THE-KING PARISH dk t I  Aluminum sided, three bedroom with half LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen 'qB 94:6 16th Ave S W WE 5 1480 basement. Fireplace, den, detached ..... garage. Large fenced back yard.  $11,750. Can assume 51/4% of GI for " $1800 or $1,000 down. Owner EM 2-0268. ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monlhly Rotes. One.half block Cathedral. MR. 3-4174 ST. JOHN Two bedroom turn[shed. Small room In full basement with extra plumbing. $125. LA. 4-5730. FIVE bedrbom, new. Two baths, fire- places, large rec rm. Dishwasher, star- .age galore. Close Boeing's. Our Lady of Lourdes. $150 month. PA. 5-3548. Days ALpine 5-1476. Mrs. Slmanson. FIVE BEDROOM home for rent In Our Lady of the Lake Parish. $150 month. Q I Select Homas, 7744 35th NE--LA4-1060. FURNITURE Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5-1378 Redmond : HELP WANTED PREVENT FIRES WITH GOOD ELECTRIC WIRING FOR THE HOME I ' Low prices: small Jobs welcome ALSO, we Install gas furnaces and water heaters. REED WRIGHT Heating & Electric Co. AT. 3-1234 FULLTIME secretarial work. Must have shorthand and dictaphone. Prefer tome college background with experience In writing, Will consider older person, Write Box X, The Progress. IMMEDIATE vacancy, housekeeper for priests  rectory, southern deanery, Prl. h, tvote suite, ideal tar proper person. W Non-smoker. Reply by letter only, give names of roferencu. To Box "H" the Progres|. , ASSUMPTION PARISH -- Older womdn for light houlework S1.25 per hour. LA. 3-3014. BABy lifter fr full care of two small children, 3 p,m. to 11 p.m. Coil WE 7-t213 between 10 a.m. and 12 noon Man. thru Frl. . RELIABLE housekeeper for one person. Live in. References required. Must be : able to drive. Reply Box L, Progress. }OUSEKEEPER FOR ONE PRIEST / RECTORY Nce Ivlng quarters Choice area of Washington. Reply to Box "W" the Propress. ,, MISC. FOR SALE TYPEWRITER ONE BLOCK to OUR LADY OF FATI- MA. Three bedroom Magnolia Shake. Fenced yard, sundeck, vanity bath, rec- reation room. 3245 31st W. Show Eve- nlngs. $15,950. ONE BLOCK to St. Alphonsus Church and school. Three bedroom with fourth bedroom In fully tiled basement. Liv- Ing room with fireplace, separole din- Ing area, kitchen with nook. Drapes In- cluded. Completely fenced back Yard. Garage plus carport. Full price $15,500 by owner. Needs painting. SU3.9837. Call before 9 o.m. or offer 6 p.m. ST. JOSEPH'S A pleasant comfortable four bedroom home. FHA priced. For appointment call Mrs. Murphy, EA2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 PERSONAL FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for infant, as well as older children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. If you are Interested, please call. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fos. tar Parents to care for newborn babes --Please call Cathollc Chlldren's Serv. Ices of Tacoma BR 2.9359. PLUMBERS i PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radlont Heating . .. Retail Store L, G. MASSART & SONS U01 9th pva. N.W., SU 3-150 REPAIRmVACUUM CLEANERS Frea Plek Up and Delivery Today Vacuum Repalr|, $3.$0 Tom McEIroy LA 2-471 / ,i r 7, ., i TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3.1112 LEGAL NOTICES KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys 805 Arctic Bldg. Seattle, Washington 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of Genesee. Inc. 11036 - 1st Avenue So. Our Lady of Lourdes Early American Rambler Quality seven years young, three bed- rooms, two baths, living room with fireplace, dining room. Range, Oven, Dishwasher, Disposal in tile kitchen. Family room with bbq. Patio, two carl garage, fenced, $21,100 FHA. Obviously Colonial New $20,S00 Foyer entry to sparkling antique white living room with fireplace. Formal size dining room with built In buffet. Birch family kitchen with built ins. Four bedrooms, two baths, Iouvered closets separate utility room. T. A. PETERSON, REALTOR 2108 SW 152nd (24 hr.) CH 3.6000 ST. EDWARDS Remodelled five bedroom, triple plumb- Ing. Large homey living room with fire- place, separate dining room. Modern kitchen with built Ins, plus tam y room. Full basement with recreation room. Unobstructlbte view plus many other goodies. 523,500. Genesee, Inc. 3604 So. Gennessee PA 2-4050 ST. JOSEPH'S Vl Bedrooms FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Large older home on level lot. Beauti- fully maintained, Spacious living room with fireplace, dining room and den. Four bedrooms up and two on third floor. Double plumbing. Full basement, new furnace. Garage off paved alley. Wonderful family home in excellent con- dition. Priced at $18,500. Call Mrs. Manco, EA2-5251 or EA5-1982. MERLEN J. MOORE CO 405 - 151h E. EA 4-5400 St, Vincent de Paul NEAR SCHOOLS AND SHOPPING View, Sound, Mrs, & Territorial Appraised $20,250 Now $17,950 Three huge bedrooms with built Ins. Nat- ural stone corner fireplace. Generous dllng area and eating area In kitch- en. Built In oven, range and dlshwa,her. Sparkling high tile vanity balh plus 14 bath off master bedroom. Attached double garage. All the located In love- ly neighborhood and anD 'block to parochial schools. SECOMA REALTY 19413 Pacific Hy. So. CH 2-$727 Queen Anne Drive by 2218- Isf W. TWO bedroom, fireplace, new bath and new kitchen. Near bus and ohopplng. Call Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439. Btoine Really llVz Boston AT 3-5511 S BLOCKS ASSUMPTION Now under constructlon 5 to 6 posslble bedrooms, 2 baths, ful dallte bsmt. Still time to pick your colors. $30.950. Builder. EA 4-4016. 4772 34th N.E. : 10 YEARS OLD FINE CONDITION $2s LA3.3.6 EVEN,.S MR.. MRS. STEEL 'USER00 Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 54100 DELICIOUS, home-made broken choc. elates. Fresh and fine, 89 per Ib. Candy Kitchen, $99 Ravenna Blvd. NE (opposite Marshall School). DISTINCTIVE hand knitted Mr. & Mrs. Ski Sweaters. Woman's white, men's black same design. MA 2-3067. .,NE SET of Catholic encyclopedias, 15 iI] volumes, ood condition. $30. PA 2-2944. NURSING HOMES MERCER. HOME 533 14th E. WASH. STATE LIC. NO. NH383 Small, cheerful nursing home. Excellent food, reas. rates, professional nursing care. Catholic owned and operated. Chapel servlcel for Protestant residents. Accomodaflon for summer resldents. EA 3.2992. UTH HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated (,ij)l dlvld ua I IN BURIEN care for all types and ages. Rotes you can handle. For detailed Into. phone owner. WE 7.6346--CH 3-3056. Wash. Stale LIc. No. 491 WESI' HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated In West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 (Wash. state llc. No. 338) State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIe. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) i STUBBING5 NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing core. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE I REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. NO 444 I -. 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-28001 j PERSONAL CATHOLIC PARENTS: I am five days old now and I am getting tired of this hopsltal nursery. It isn't that I dbn!t like the nures, they're pretty cute, but I need a foster home. After all, I am a handsome, blue-eyed, blonde boy--anybody would want to take me home. Now, you fake this 14 year old friend of mine, he hasn't a home either. He's a good kid and getting to be a young man, so it babies bug you, why not give him a home? Well, here comes the nurse with that yummy bottle again, so I'll have (to close; I hope you will consider be- coming foster parents 'cuz I need you. Sincerely yours, Homeless Infant Boy P.S. A baby girl lust arrived and she'll bo needing a home soon--so remem- ber her. CATHOLIC CHIIDREN'S SERVICES 1310 No. I, Tacoma BRoadway 2-9359 FOSTER HOME FOR sLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE-- MA 3-9065. King In the Matter of the Estate of ELIZ-I ABETH STAHL, Incompetent. In Pro- I /EP--A/ IdlP'IPIPEe bate. No. 176515. Notice to Credltors. I I.-I,s=l- IIV/IVIK# Notice Is hereby given that the under-I signed has been appointed and ha quail. I fled as Guardian of the above entltledJ JAMES J McBRIDE estate; that all persons having clalmsJ Atto;'noy against sold Incompetent are hereby re- 4741Vs Rainier Ave S qulred to serve the same duly verlfled, Seaflle Wash' " on said Thomas D. Kelley or his attor-[ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE neys of record at the address below State of Washington for King County stated and file the same with the Clerk In Re Estate of ANTHIA V. HARRISON, of said Court, together with proof of Deceased. In Probate. No. 177907. No- such service, within six months offer the rice To Creditors. dote of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Odebore 2, 1964. THOMAS D. KELLEY, Guardian of sald Estate, 505 Arctic Bulldlng, Seattle, Washlngton 98104 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys tar Eslate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington 98104 P--FInal 10-16-64 DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS Altornays for Estato 1429 Washington Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State at Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA M. McGRATH, Deceased. in Probate. No. 177881. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. slgnad has been appointed and has quali- fied as Executor of the estate of ANNA M. McGRATH, Deceased; that all per- sons having dolms against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said SEATTLE-I FIRST NATIONAL BANK or Its attorneys l of record at the address below slated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months offer 1he date of first publication of thls notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publlcotlon October 9, 1964. SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANk By JAMES WEBER, Trust Officer Executor of said Estate, 2nd and Cherry, Seattle, Wash. 3ORE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS, By FRED H. DARE, Aflorneye for Estate, 1429 Washington Building, Seattle, Washington Final I0-23- DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS Attorneys 1429 Washington Bulldthg Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of MARY E. DRAKE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 174584. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that CHARLES W. DRAKE, Executor of the Estate of MARY E. DRAKE, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court his final re- port and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to. the person thereto en- titled and to discharge said CHARLES W. DRAKE; and that said Report and petition wilt be heard on the 9th day at November, 1964, at 9:30 A. M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person Interested In said Estate tony appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this second day of October, 1964. Date of first publication October 9, 1964. WALTER W. RENScHLER, Clerk of said Cour. BY: R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. DARE, DUBUAR & CUMMINS, By: Fred H. Dare, Attorneys for Estate, 1429 Washington Building, Seafflo, Wash. " P--Final 10-23.64 The undersigned Is the appointed and qualified Executor of the estate of Anthio V. Harrison, Decd. All persons having claims against said estate are re-' qulred to serve same on said John Stenno or his attorney at the address be-; low stated, and file same with Clerk of sold Court, together with proof of serv- Ice within six months after date of first =ubllcaflon of this notice. FIRST PUBLICATION: Oct. 16, 1964. JOHN STENNO, Executor, 4741V Rainier Ave. S., Seattle, Wash. JAMES J. McBRIDE, Attorney for Estate, 4741V= Rainier Ave. 5outh, Seaflle, Washington P--Final 10-30-64 JOSEPH A. BARRECA Afforney Arctic Bldg., 3rd and Cherry Tel. MA 4-8108 Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of CAS- PER M. WINTER, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 177963. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executrix of the estate at CAS- PER M. WINTER, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney of record at the address be- low stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this no- tice, er the same will be barred. Date of first publication Detober 10, 1964. BETTY MARIE ALSTON, Executrix of said Estate. 11232 Rainier Avenue S., Seattle, Wash. 98178 JOSEPH A. BARRECA, Afforhey for Estate, CHRIST THE KING $14,950 FHA APPRAISED FULL BASEMENT--Four bedroom home. Redecorated and hardwood floors re- finished. Nice living room with fire- place, separate dining room. Recrea-! lion room plus extra room, could be fifth bedroom. Detached Garage. MIN- IMUM FHA TERMS OR $100 TOTAL CASH REQUIRED FOR VETERAN PURCHASER. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. 8040 351h N.E. LA 3-5555 LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH four bed- room, Cape Cod Colonial. Full base- ment. $11,000 FHA, Zero Down (closing costs only). EM 2-8855. Erling Read Realtors, 100x340 Territorial View, near St. Bren- dons, Bothell. Will make four lots. 88,000 Terms. Jo Hunt Realty, 95.9 Sandpolnt Way. LA3-0707. P.M. Wednesday 605 Arctic Bldg., 3rd and Cherry, Seattle, Wash. P--Final 10-30-64 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN S0S Arctic Bldg. Seattle, Wash. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Luxury Rambler Four Bedroom A glamorous and tremendous property-- two full baths, big daylight basement, recreation room, two fireplaces, pic- ture book kitchen--built In range, oven, dishwasher, intercom system, thirty ft. gloss covered patio, ac oil heat. Ground -- o veritable park -- rose gardens, fuchsia trees, landscaping , . . a riot at colorl Owner has slashed price $3,000 and must sell now. Louis Haw. klns, ME 2-0200. 1408 NE 42nd. !/2 BLOCK ST. JOSEPH'S BY OWNER 4 bedroom, living rm., stone fireplace, drapes, large dining room, tamlly size kitchen, recreollon room In basement. EA 2-4725 or LA 3-0850. Agency Thrives on Sale Of Catholic Ir ormaion By Elmer Von Feldt BONN, Germany (NC) -- An dorf. The other 20 papers de- agency in the capital of pros- cided to get the equipment for perous West Germany makes a the fast reception of the KNA thriving business of selling news. what many groups throughout The daily budget of news and the world vainly strive to give feature material is also sent away- Catholic information, from Bonn by telex to the The agency, formally known agency's bureaus in key cities as Katholische Nacbrichten- in Germany. There it is mimeo- dienst Agentur (Catholic news graphed and mailed to sub- agency), has 100 of the larger scribers in the immediate vicin- German dailies among its 600 ity. This program assures de- subscribers. These dailies sup- livery of the service to all mail ply almost half of the agency's subscribers the fo]]owing morn- extensive budget, ing--a feat impossible if the The other subscribers are entire mailing were from Bonn. mainly Catholic papers, re- Though KNA now has the views and magazines. In Eddi- stature of being the largest tion to receiving KNA's news Ctholic news agency on the service they also receive its European continent, it was "article" or feature service established only a dozen years on which they lean heavily to ago with American help. bring out an attractive and in- The new agency was pattern. teresting publication in view of ed along the lines of . the the fact that the daily press al- N.C.W.C. News Service in Wash- ready has printed much of the ington: Its present director is news services by KNA. Konrad Kmemer, a postwar While headquartered in Bonn, graduate of Notre Dame Uni- the German Catholic news ag- versity in Indiana. eney has bureaus, distribution KNA officials explain that bi- centers and other parts of its operation all over Germany. shops in Germany operate dio- Its chief centers are in Frank- cesan information offices which furt, where its picture service release local Church news to is centered, Berlin, Munich, the daily press. However, where really important news of Hamburg End Dusseldorf. It is from Dusseldorf that wide interest is concerned the the KNA news iB disBeminat- bishops release t h e n e w s ed each day to the 100 daily through KNA in Bonn. subscribing papers. The nEWS is prepared in Bonn and then School Guide sent by telex to an agency in Published Duesseldorf which distributeB the news Bimultaneously by NEW YORK (NC)--The 1964- radio to all the subscribing 65 Catholic School Guide pub- papers, lished  here lists personnel, The agency, Sport InformE- courses and tuition costs for tions Dienst, distributes sports 250 Catholic universities End news to the daily press. About colleges in the U.S. and 80 of KNA's 100 subscribing Canada. dailies bad the complicated It is available from the Cath- machinery needed to receive olic News, 251 Park Ave. South, the radio news from Duessel- New York. i LEGAL NOTICES KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Attorneys 905 Arcllc Bldg, Seattle, Washlngton 90104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM F. MURPHY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 177349. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been oppalnted and has quail- fled as Admlnlstrotrlx of the above an- titled estate; that all persons bavlng claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said THELMA MURPHY or her attor- neys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of ouch serv- Ice, within six months after the date of first publlcatlon of this notice or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication October 2, 1964. THELMA MURPHY, Admlnlstratrlx at enid Estate, 505 Arctic Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, S05 Arctic Bldg., Seattle, Washington 98104 Final: October 16, 1964. BRUMBACH & HENNE$SEY Afforneys 1407 Alaska Bldg. Seattlo, Washington 98t04 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE[ State of Washington for the County ati King I FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plolntltt, vs. WILLIAM E. THOMASON, SR. and MAE E. THOMASON, his wife, and VIRGIL E. NAPIER d/b/a NAPIER AND SCOTT, and JANE DOE NAPIER, his wife, Defendants. No. 627881. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: WILLIAM E. THOMASON, SR. and MAE E. THOMASON, his wife, de- fendants: You are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the first pub- lication of this summons, to.wit: within sixty (60) days after the 25th day of 5ep. tember, 1964, and defend the above en- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE tiffed action and the above entitled cause State of Washington for the County of land answer the complaint of the plaintiff King iand serve a copy of your answer upon n the Matter of the Estate of CLARA the undersigned attorneys for the plaln- DONAHOE, Incompetent. No. t77917. Itlff at their office as below stated; In the Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given thnt the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Guardian of the above entllled )erson and estate; that all person having claims against said Incompelent are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said HELEN Z. MARTIN or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, togelher with proof of such service, within six months after :the date of first publication of this no- rice or the same will be barred. Date at first publication October 16, 1964. HELEN Z. MARTIN, Guardian of said Estate. 505 Arctic BuHdLng, Seattle, Washington KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington P--Final 10,,30-64 case of your failure So to do, o ludgment will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The oblect of this action Is to foreclose a mortgage upon real estate In King County, Washlnglon, described as: The East 32 feet of Lots 9 and 10 In Block 1 ot Sunshine Addl- ' teen to the City of Seattle, as per plat recorded In Volume 3 at Plats, page 95, records of King County; sltuate In the City of Seattle, Coun- ty of King, State of Washington. I and to obta n a deficiency Iudgment ferl the balance due on a promissory nete secured bY said mortgage and for the other and usual Incidents to the fore- closure af a real estate mortgage. ROBERT H. LAMB, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. Address: 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington 90104 P--Final Oct. 23, '64 O l In Memoriam I FridaY' i% Seattle and prayer= =re commended the SOUIB of the following de- parted priegtl who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Constantine Brzo- THE PROGRESS--13 i Seattle CARBRAY, Herbert B., dled October McGETTIGAN, J. L., 66, 28t2 W, 10 In Llbertyville, Illinois. Requiem Elmore Street, died October 13. Req- there October 13. Born n Quebec City ulem October 15 St. Margaret Church In 1884 and lived In Seattle many years, Born In Butte, Montana and moved to employed by Seattle Hardware Cam- Seattle in 1934. He had retired In 1962 pony as Alaska salesman, later becom- offer 25 years as o county employs. Ing manager of their Alaska Depart- Survivors, wife, Evelyn; sister, Mrs. ment. HS was o member of the KnJghts Edith Maclnnes, St. Louis, Me. Burlnl of Columbus. He and his wife who died Voshon Island Cemetery, Banney.Wato many years ago were very active In son. work of St. Joseph's parish. He hod STRATTON, Mrs. Robert, 43,, died ska, died Oct. 16, 1938. The Rev. Howard F. Peron- teau, S.,I., died Oct. 20, 1949. The Rev. James V. Organi- sciak, died Oct. 21, 1934. The Rev. J. Simon, died OcL 22, 1899. Bellingham SHANNON, Richard J., 90, Star Route, Demlng, died October 2. Re- quiem October 7, St. Peter Church, Co/umbla Valley. Retired farmer and had lived in community past 56 years. Survivors: one daughter, Mrs. Jacob Zender, Sr.; 11 grandchildren nnd 38 great prandchlldren; and one sister, Mrs. Nellie Cobonaugh, Petersboro, Ontario. Burial Columbia Valley Ceme- tery, Westford Funeral Home. been an Invalid for several years, liv- ing near hls son, Mr. Carbroy Is sur- vived bY two daughters, Mrs. Lin D, Barry, Grants, New Mexico; Mrs. Nora Hurtey, Seattle; and a son, Richard J. Carbray, River ForaL ' I lllnols; three sisters, Mrs. Norman Richardson, Mrs. H. E. McKeen and MIss Elleer Car- bray, ol of Montreol; six grandchildren and five greal grandchildren. cOSTELLO, Dr. Charles P., Jr., 32, 501 E. Harrlson Street, dled October 12. Requiem October 15 St. Patrlck Church. Born n Seattle and was grodualed from the Universlty of Washington In 1954. He received his masters and doc- torate from Stanford University and was o member o( the notional sdence honorary, notional scholastic honorary and national englnaerng honorary. He was nationally recognized for his work In thermo-dynomics and boiling point heat transfer. Survivors, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles P, Costello, with whom he lived. Burial Calvary, Bonney' Watson. October 12 at Laguno Beach, Collier. nla. Requiem October 15 St. Catherine of Stone Church, Laguna Beach. Born In Seattle and attended Holy Names Academy, Cornish School and the Unl. verslty of Washington. S(Irvivors: hue. bond, Lt. Col. Robert Strotton, USMC, Rot., sin, David ond daughter, Pamela, all of Loguna Beach; parcnls, 'Mr. and Mrs. Owen Durkln, sister, Mrs. Ernest . Ballard, all Seattle; brother, Charles Dui'kin, Las Vegas, Nevada. ' Burial Holy Sepulcher Cametery, Orange, Cail. fornla. Tacoma " PIECZYNSKI, Joseph, 67, 8403 Ran: ton Ave. S., died October 6. Requiem October 9, St. Paul Church. Burial Ren. ton. Earn in Pulaski, Wis. Came here n 1962 from Chicago. Survlvors: wlfe, Lucia; sons, Gerald and Conrad, both Seattle, and Richard .and Thomas, both Chicago; three brothers, Edward, Harry and Moymort Baker; sisters, Mrs. Helen Gehrke and Famey Baker, all Two Rivers, WIs. 12 grandchildren. Columbia Funeral Home. Coupeville SOKOLOWSKh David, 24, Woodln. vllle,, died October I1. Requiem Octo- ber 14 St. Brendan Church. Born in San Diego and had lived In the Seattle area three Years. Survivors: wife, WInl- fred; son, David W., at home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casimlr Sokolowski, Greenbank, Whldbey Island and brother Stephen, Greenbank. Burial Coupeville. Clark's Bothell Funeral Home. Everett CATON Newton T., 43, 2321 Campo Drive, died October 3. Requiem Octo- ber 8, St. Mary Magdalen Church. Veteran of World War II, oervlng with the Army In the Pat/tic, Owned and operated several service stations In the Everett area for many years. Survivors: widow, Eleanor; two daugh- ters, Judy, 2222 Rucker, and Nancy, at home; one sister, Mrs. Leah Roll, Los Angeles. Burial Evergreen Cemetery, Cossldy Funeral Home. DOYLE, James L., 63, 2017 Lombard Avenue, died October 8. Requiem Octo- ber 13 Perpetual Help Church. Born Jn Church's Ferry, North Dakota and hod resided in Evereff for the past nine years. Ne was a member of the Plumb- ers and Steomfitters Union No, 32 of Seattle. Survivors: widow, Harriet; four sons, Patrick Doyle, U. S. Marine Corps at San Diego; Oliver Doyle, at home; Eugene Doyle, Pennsylvania; and Dennis Doyle, North Dakota; one daughter, Julia Doyle at home; three brothers, Charles Doyle, Medford, Or- egon; Henry Doyle, Grand Forks, North Dakota; two sisters, Miss Ther- esa Doyle, California and Mrs. Mary Nlclal, Marysvllle. Burial CYpress Lawn, Cossldy Funeral Home. Gig Harbor KINZER, Mrs. Rudolph (Marie), 79, died October 11. Requiem October 14 St. Nicholas Church. Born In Germany and lived in Gig Harbor since 1921. She was a member of the Altar Society. Mrs. Klnzer is survived by her hue. bond. Burial Arfondale Cemetery, Per- kins Funeral Home. Hoquiam DOLBY, Darrln Michael, 4 months Infant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Dolby, Eugenf, Oregon. Mass of the Angels September 21. Also survived by grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolby, Hoqulam and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Burgoyne, Eugene. Seattle ALBRECHT, Raymond M., 34, 110 Tenth Avenue S., died October 8. Req- uiem October 13 St. James Cathedral. Born In Towner, N. D., and came to Seattle 12 years aga from Fargo, N.D. He was an electronics technician at the Boeing Ca. 1t years and a member at St, Anthony's Holy Name Society, Ran- ton, and the Aeromechanlc's Union. Survivors: wife, Amelia C.; three daughters, Gretchen, Christina and Teresa Albrecht, and a son Raymond M. Albrecht, all at home; hie parents, Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Albrecht, Min- neapalls; three brothers, Danlel, North Dakota; Claude, Mobl/e, Ala., and Richard Albrecht, WIItiston, N.D. and three sisters, Linda Albrecht and Mrs. Delbert Sohultz, both of Mlnneapalis and Mrs. Vernon Ram, Denbigh, N.D. Burial Calvary, Bonney Watson. Close Churches in Poland BERLIN (NC)--In the past few months, several Catholic churches have been closed in Communist-ruled Poland by govern- ment order. They were temporary buildings in which religious services were held for Catholics who live at a distance from their parish churches. The closing was explained by a government statement that they were "abandoned churches" which were not listed on the annual diocesan registers, The churches in question are located in the dioceses of War- saw, Cracow and Poznan. OUR PARISH LI'IA61C FACIAL CRAqJ "Cut you make us look older?" Seattle CONNOR, Mrs. James (Katherine), 91, 9005 Roosevelt Way N. E., died October 7. Requiem October 10 St. Catherine Church. Burial Calvary. Born In St. Cloud, Inn. Came here In 1958 from Juneau, Alaska. Llfe member at the Cothollc Daughters of America. Survlvors: daughters, Mrs. Albert Mat- thews and Mrs. Mlnard Mill; sons, James J. Conners, and Lee J. Collins, all Seattle; brother, Joseph Stewart, Montana; eight grandchildren and 22 great qrondchtldren. Green Lake Funer- al Home. GEHRIG, Marlo C., 71, 10459 20th Avenue 5., died October I1. Requiem October 15 Our Lady of Lourdes Tacoma TRAYNOR, Leonard J., 51, 5717 Ham noh Pierce Road, died October 0. Req- uiem October 10 Visitation Church. Born In Oklahoma and lived in Tacoma 25 years. Worked In the paper making industry and was a member of the United Pulp and Paper Workers Union. Survlvars: wife, Edna; two sons, Leon, Tacoma and James, Seattle; his moth- er, Mrs. Pearl Traynor, Newklrk, Okla.; seven brothers, Fedan, Plain. villa, Ken., Paul and Charles, San Her, nardlno, Callf., Russell, Blackwell, Okla., Raymond, Boise City, Okla., Jack, Denver, Colo., and Rlchnrd, Ta- coma; four sisters, Miss Marie Tray- nat and Mrs. Evelyn Leterle both of Church. Born In Minneopo/fs and Ponca Cffy, Okla,, Mrs. Betty WlllIams, moved to Seattle in 1957, Survlvors: Oklahnma City and Mrl. Pntrlclo Good- daughters, Mrs. Edward Granas, Klein- Ing Tulsa; and three grondchIldFqn ath Foils, Ore., Mrs. George Dana. Burial Mountain View Cemetery, Cos- hue, Sacramento, and Mrs. F. A. Beauchamp and Mrs. John Kerr, both of Seattle; brolhers, Theodore Haas, Minneapolis and Henry Haas, San Francisco; 11 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Burial RIverton Crest, Yartngton Funeral Home. JENDRICK, John J., 78, 17056 21st Ave S. W., died Odober 7. Requiem October '/2, 5t. Francis Church, Sea- hurst. Burial RIvertan Crest Cemetery. Born In Germany. Came here In 1953. Survivors: son, Florlan, Seattle, and three prandchlldren. Yarlngton's White Center Funeral Home. KLIEN, Mrs. Frank (Mathllda Berne. dettel, 62, 8814 11th Avenue S.W., died October 6. Requiem October 8 Holy Family Church. Born In Boston, Mass., and lived in Sealtte 28 years where she worked at the Soctete Candy Co. for 28 years. She was president of the Candy Confectioners' union local here, and a member of the VFW. Beloved wife at Frank Klein, mother at George and Richard Klein,, Mrs. Riley (Adele) Westbrook, Mrs. Harold (Dorothy) Trumt, and Mrs. Zone (Mary) Green,, oil of Seattle; and Frank Klein, Sno- homlsh; slster of Robert Slaney, Bos- ton, Mass.; 12 grandchildren and one great grandchild Burial Forest Lawn Yorlngton Funeral Home KUCICH, John R., 25, 1007 N.W. 65th St., died September 22. Requlem Octo- ber 10, St. AIphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Seattle. Graduated from O'Dea High School. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morion Kucich; and sister, Mrs. Frances Stein, all Seattle. Hetfner's Flsher-Kalfus Funer- al Home. BIRTHS sy and Allen. Vancouver SMITH, Wilfred "Bill" J., 66, 1207 N,W. 49th Street, died October 7 at Portland, Ore. Requiem October 10 Our Lady of Lourdas Church. Bqr in Forest Grove, Ore., and lived fn Van- couver the post eight years. Retired from Consolidated Freight Ways aNer 41 Years. Survivors: sisterS, Mrs. Hel- ena N. QuIgley, Vancouver, Mrs. Ether Van Ackere, Portland, Ore., and Mrs. Edna Hund, Beaverton, Ore. Burial Calvary, Hgmllton-Mylan. Delores Lambert Lay Missioner, Dies In Alaska A young lay missioner to Alaska, Delores Mary Ann Lambert, 21, died October 10 in a drowning accident in Fair. banks, Alaska. Mi:s Lambert, whose home was at ll0 2rid Street S., Kirk- land, was a resident student and 1963 graduate of Holy Names Academy. BELLINGHAM--St. JOseph GeneI After graduation, Delores was Hospital reports the following births .... to Mr. and Mrs.: appointed by the Most Rev. James Swanson, boy, October 6. " Thomas E. Bullion, girl, October 10. , LONOVIEW  St. John Hospital re- ports the tallowing births to Mr. and Mri.: Louis K. Elbert, boy, October 2, Louis K. Elbert, boy, October 2. Larry P. Nelson, bay, October 7. Larry P. Nelson, boy, October 7. Grady P. Harris, boy, October g. Grndy P. Harris, boy, October 0. David L. Forbush, girl, October 12. David L. Forbush, girl, October 12. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital re. ports the following births to "Mr. ald Mrs.: Fred Brown, girl, September 22. Victor Gullloni, girl, September 22. John Clause, girl, September 23. Franklin Erlckson, boy, Seplember 23. Richard Waiters, glrh September 23. El[swarth Skartvedt, girl, September 23. Rahn Radek, boy, September 24. Khean Leong, girl, September 24. Delmor Comsfock, girl, September 25. Ronold Chaplin, boy, September 25. Ralph Haines, boy, September 25. Wasters English, girl, September 26. Richard Moeller, girl, September 26. Robert Hoard, boy, September 26. William Randall, girl, September 26. Henry Elliott, boy, September 26. Robert Elflott, boy, September 27. Christie Mezlch, boy, September 27. Alan Brandenberg, girl, September 20. John De Rego, girl, September 29. Robert Kunesh, boy, September 29. Newell Burton, girl, September 29. Albert Lemteux, boy, September 29. John WItte, boy, September 29. Michael Rabang, girl, September 30. Hubert Plnentel, girl, October to Paul Marline, girl, October 2. Jordan Balschka, girl, October 3. Wayne Bruder, boy, October 4. Robert Waiters, girl, October S. Michael Dederer, boy, October S. Edward Renoaurd, boy, October 5. Gerard Rutan, boy, October 5 Robert Ochsner, boy, Odober Ronaid Glffln, boy, October 6, Armstead Jones, g(rl, October 6. Leon DeLong, girl, October 6. Jerry Burns, boy October 6. William Whitney, girl, October 7. William Ogle Jr. girl, October 7. William Prentice, boy, October 8. Donn Vey, boy, Oafober 8. Raymond Rosella, girl, October 9. Thomas Barrett, boy, October 9. James Peterson, boy, October 10. Angelo Moschetti, girl, October 10. David Llnse, girl, October 10. Timothy Shabsl, boy, October 10. Michael Belly, boy, October 11. James Boggs, boy, October 11, Robert 5tephens, boy, October !1. Harry Hill, boy, October 12. Irancis Gleason, D.D., Bishop of Fairbanks, to St. Francis Xavier Mission in Kotzebue, be- yond the Arctic Circle, as a lay apostle. She taught native chil, dren there last year under' the direction of Rev. pascual Spot, letini, SJ. Her entbusiatic letters about mission life brought a re'ady re- sponse fi'om the Lay Missi0n, ary Committee of the Holy Names Sodality. This group frequently sent supplies for her kindergarten class. For a more fruitful apostolate, Delores enrolled at the Univer- sity of Alask recently. Requiem Mass was said at Holy Family Church, Kirkland, October 15. Burial was in Sun, set Hills Memorial Park, Belle- vue, directed by Green's Fune- ral Home, Kirkland. Miss Lambert was born in Chicago and moved to Kirkland seven years RgO. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Paul Lambert, are deceased. She is surived by her uncle, Dr. Frank Lambert and aunt, M r s. Florence Schwongner, both of KirklBnd. CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres.' James Ca.idy, Vice Pre. 3001 OAKES AL. 2-2178 FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME 2-0100