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iv iJ,n Memoriam J BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. PHONE: MA 2.8880.--Local 21 i ii i ii CLASSIFIED RATE: 3oc PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE. SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5.5450 composition siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-841! 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- antes. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2.4463 CLEANERS SERVICED *v YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED S3.00 N.E. LA 2-4671 FOODENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI.Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 _ i FOR RENT with option. 4 bedroom older Dead-end street. Very close St. Francis, Seahurst. Waterfront Lake Burien. $100 month. CH. 3-4480 or WE. 7-3480. ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 ST. JOSEPH'S 4 room unfurnished apartment. Hot water heat.: Range, refrigerator, $74.50. EA 2-3025 or EA, 4-2785. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH fuUrnlshed 3 bedroom house. Hot water eat. Good basement and garage, some rntture available. Call Mrs. Mc- Cutchen. EA. 2-5611 or MA. 4.2377 [INFURNISHED bachelor apartment. Heat, refrigerator and water furnished Close to bus and stores. $52.50. AT. 2- 7151. r- FURNITURE Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE 5-1378 Redmond GREETING CARDS 2 boxes $1 Christmas Cards 1032 N.E. 62nd LA 2-467 HELP WANTED WANTED: SALESMAN TO TO SELL THE MOST BEAU- TIFUL CATHOLIC BIBLE PA s-s3o3 -- SEATTLE, 3 priests. Reply to Progress Box "B." ,,i ' w00Nt-g00 HOUSEKEEPER for one priest rectory. Apply by letter only. Wonderful oppor- tunity for right person. Reply to Prog- ress Box 'R.' WANTED: Housekeeper for rectory. One priest. Reply to the Progress, Box M. MISC. FOR SALE St. Benedicts 6 BDRMS lUST 3 BLOCKS FROM ST. BENE- DICT'S. Situated In o quiet neighbor- hood st. This home has been extensive. ly remodeled and ready for Immedi. ate occupancy. It features o large liv- Ing room with wall to wall carpeting and picture windows. Huge family size kitchen with appliances. Also large de- tached garage. All this for $13,750. Minimum down FHA terms. Call LA. 5-4343 on home no. 57. Benton's Realty, 6717 Roosevelt Way N.E. PFP LAKE CITY VACANT 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER NOTHING DN. $1o,9so THIS IS A STEAL, newly decorated In- side and out. Sparkling hardwood floors. 3 good sized bedrooms, Formal dining area off charming living room. Modern full both. Step saving kitchen. Some view of Cascades. Street to alley lot with back entrance. Close t0 all schools, churches and shopping. Don't wa t, this home will sell on sight. Call EM. 4- 1180 on Ad No. 1061. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM 4:1180 ST. MATTHEW'S--LAKE CITY 6 year old, 4 bedroom, daylight base- ment, two fireplaces. Wall to wall car- paling. Large kitchen with 2nd eating space, dishwasher and disposal. Large landscaped fenced yard. $19,320 FHA. _ By owner, EM. 2-9474. ST. CATHERINE'S Large 3 bedroom Colonial. 2 baths, Den. Full basement. $20,500. 839 N.E. 841h. LA. 4-5316. MISC. FOR SALE SACRIFICE 16-TRANSISTOR Trans-Oceanic portable radio. AM/FM; international shortwave, marine bonds, etc. Beautiful sound. Twin speakers. New condition. LA. 2-0262. NURSING HOMES STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 RESTFUL MANOR REG. NURSES 24 hrs. LIc. No. 444. Con- valescent and Nursing Core. 3610 Empire Way So. PA S-2800 I -- --ZTT -RSIN--- 1 HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. ..... Excellent Food. } (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) I 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 ------Ts S---XA-H V I L L-TC Catholic Operated. Clos, 1. LIc, No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no to ) PERSONAL - "IT'S A CRYING SHAMEgI'M SiX DAYS OLD AND READY TO LEAVE HOMES PFP GREEN LK. 3 BDRMS. PLUS DEN 2 FULL BATHS 60xl20 CORNER LOT BASEMENT FIRST TIME ADVERTISED VACANT $11,250 Call LA. 4-1130 to see ad no. (1111) LA 4-1130 PUYALLUP OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY & SUNDAY I P.M. TO 5 P.M. 1322 9fh ST. N.W. New traditional early American planning IS carried throughout even to the Cos- code brick fireplace and Eor-B-Q wall In family room. Beautiful birch built.in kitchen. 3 colorful bedrooms with ward- robe closets. Double garage. Only $18,- 500. O.K. Realty, 1033 E. Main, Puyal. lap. TH 5-1763 SUMNER CLOSE IN--Sturdy 4 bedroom home. Well constructed wlth living room and dining room. Wall to wall carpeting, fireplace. Full basement. Furnace. Nice yard, Outside fireplace. Double garage. $13,- 900, terms. O.K. REALTY--1033 MAIN PUYALLUP TH 5-1763 4 BDRMS. ALL ONE LEVEL BASEMENT BEVERLY PARK $600 DOWN $I 6,750 , Immaculate 4 bedroom rambler-situated close to shopping, schools, bus and only 5 BDRMS DBLE. PLBG. FOR SALE II Volunteer Park $13,000 ONLY 4 BLOCKS TO ASSUMPTION A terrific family home featuring a 13x2 ft. living room. Banquet size dining room. 14x16-tt. master bedroom. Base- mont. Large yard. Level lot. Total move tn costs only $525 on FHA terms. Appraised. Call-- ACTION REALTY SU BRICK FULL BASEMENT ST. JOHN'S AREA -- Nice and cleon, cheerful living room with attractive fireplace. 2 bedrooms on main level, PLUS 2 more will be finished on upper level Handy kitchen with panelled breakfast nook. Recreation area In bose. ment, mostly finished. Detached go- rage. Lovely landscaped and fenced grounds. PaSta. Priced at $18,000. BE FIRST, see today. CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. (Washingtan's oldest real est. firm) 8040 351h N.E. LA. 3-5555 SPECIAL OPPORTUNITY FIXER UPPER Spacious home in exclusive neighbor- hood. Capitol Hill district of $20,000 homes, now available for lust $13,500. For details call Mary Brncelin, EA. 3- 8717 or EA. 5-0700. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Ollve Way EA. 5.0700 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE .I '/2 BLOCKS Spacious rambler on sharply Iondscaoed lot. Slate and tile ith. 3 grand size bedrooms. W-W carpets and drapes. $17,500 Call Pat Hentschell (mere. Our Lady of the Lake). HILLCREST RLTRS, LA. 4.5010 DESPERATE! Askina . . . ,J $16,950 5 PLUS BEDROOMS Close to ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL AND CHURCH. Extra large llvlng room. O11 hot water hent. Convenient to every- thing. For more Information calf Mary Bracelln, EA 3-8717 or EA 5-0700. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700 TOP O' QUEEN ANNE ST. ANNE'S DUPLEX. 2 bedrooms, fireplaces, ranges, refrigerators, washer and dryer. One unit wall to wall carpet and drapes. S21,000. Call Mr. Garrison, evenings, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY -SSl 111/J Boston AT CARLETON PARK- Rambler with many possibilities n-I larglng. Near Our Lady of Potlma. i Drapes, carpets, and many extras. I FHA. Appraised $22,0--By owner. AT 2-0699. ST. JOSEPH'S Very attractive 4 bedroom home. Pretty entrance end day rooms. 1V2 baths. All In excellent condition. Call Mrs. Mur- phy, EA. 2-2710 or LA, 2-5656. VINCENT D. MILLER INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA, 2-5626 NEW HOMES $17,500 BY BUILDER. 3 bedrooms, large cedar closets. Full daylight basement. 2 fire- laces. 13, baths. Beautiful birch kitch. en with built-ins and eating area. Din- Ing room, Sundeck. Large corner lot, 6014 2041h S.W., Lynnwood. PR. 6.4892. HOLY ROSARY PARISH Wall to wall carpeting. Dishwasher. $17,850. WE. 7-7517. O the charity of your Masses End prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: Ths Rev. Peter A. Barcelo, S.J., died November I, 1888. The RSV. Dennis J. Sullivan, S.J.J died November I, 1936. The Rev. John Daly, .dled November 1, 1954. The Rev. Tryphon van de Walle, died November 2, 1948. The Rav. Albert Erkens, O.S.B., died November 3, 1952. The Roy. Wllllam Lee, died November 4, 1943. The Rev. James L. Fret, died No- vember 6, 1950. The Rev. Emile Kautant died No- vember 7, 1912. Arlington BRADLEY, Mrs. John (Clara P.), 79, of Rt. 3, died Oct. 26 In Everett. Re- quiem Oct. 31, Immaculate Conception Church, Arlington, Burial Arlington. Born In Fountain Green, Md. Resident of Osa 15 years. Member of Immdcu- late Conception Altar Society, the So- dality and Catholic Daughters of Amer- Ica. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Hobart of A r I I n g t o n; nine sons, Edward and Wltlard of De- troit, Mich.; Henry and Paul of Wil- mington, Del,; PeYtan of Fernandlna Beach, FIn,; Byron of Perryvllie, Md.; Louis and Rush of Arlington, and Charles of Dallas, Tex.; brother, Lee Kerr of Baltimore, Md.; four sisters, Miss Helen Kerr, Mrs. Robert Rohotb Mrs. Rose Sbanahan and Mrs. Ethel Callahan, all of Baltimore; 37 grand- children and seven great-grandchildren. Solie Funeral Home. Bellevue NORWOOD, James A., 52, 1710 1251h Ave, S.E., died Oct. 26. Requiem Oct. 29, Sacred Heart Church. Born in the Portland, Ore. area. Was Seattle branch manager of Cargill, Inc., Ioinlng the firm 27 years ago. Survivors: wife, Catherine; three daughters, Mrs. Ango- la Holmen and Mrs. Natalie Butler, Los Angeles, and Mary Norwood, Belle- vue; one son, Thomas Norwood, Belle- vue; brother, Rederlck Norwood, St. Helens, Ore., and three grandchildren. Green's Funeral Home. Bellingham BUOL, Henry Lee (Bud), 64, of 1013 TRIPLE PLUMBING 4 BEDROOMS 1Sth St., died Oct. 25. Requiem Oct 29, Daylight basement. Separate dining room. Sacred Heart Church, Burial Boyvlew. Eating space In kitchen, Central entry. Lifetime resident of Bellingham. Was o machinist at Columbia Valley Lumber Co. for many years and at Larson Mill. ST, ANTHONY'S One block to church and school. Older S rooms and bath plus 2 attic rooms. $7,250. HUB REAL ESTATE. RENTON--AL, 5-2484 ALL BRICK VACANT  3 plus bedrooms, built.In rnnge.oven-dlshwosher, recreallo roam, quality built throughout--an outstanding GREENWOOD ST. JOHN'S opportunity! Shiny clean--ready to move Into. Better not walt--LA. 5-6116. Best's, 3 bedrooms, basement, large kitchen, Inc, flrenlace. Wall to wall carpet. Garage. Member of International Association of Machinists, Lodge No. 239, Survivors: wife, Margaret; two sisters, Mrs. Rosa Solar of KIrkland and Mrs, Edward Lang of Belllngnam; three nieces; two nephews. Jones Funeral Home. Comas MANDL, Mrs. Eva, died In Lomlta, Caflf. R e q u I e m Oct. 29, St. Thom- as Church. Burial Comas, Lived In Comas 35 years before moving fo Cali- fornia In 1960, Survivors: three daugh- ters, Mrs. Dorothy Casey of Portland, Ore,; Mrs. Katherine Karls of Los An- /eles, Calif., and Mrs. Josephine Hill gt ahhlflon" Bei'ich, Or.; two grandchll J dren and six great-grandchildren. 5tol- ler Memorial Chapel. Edmonds RENOLER, Mrs. Stephanle J., III, died Oct. 26. Requiem Oct, 30, Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Rose. mount, Minn. Came to Seattle in 1927, moving to Edmonds a year later:, Sur- HAND MADE ROSARIES Make lovely Christmas gifts Order . yours now SU 2-5071 -- eve's, only MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5.8100 bELICIOUS home-made broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, $9c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (opposite Marshall School). THE HOSPITAL AND HAVE NO HOME TO GO TO. I HOPE TO HAVE A PERMANENT HOME SOON, BUT I'D LIKE TO HAVE SOMEONE TO LOVE AND CARE FOR ME UNTIL MY FAMILY CLAIM ME. PLEASE?" CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S SERVICES OF TACOMA (BR2-9359). FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED JUST ON MARKET WALK TO ST. LUKE'S Large older home on double lot. Good district 4 bedrooms. Den. 30-ft. living room. Huge dining room, etc, Fruit trees. Pr|vacy=,On sewe[, $1/,500, Own- er. LI. 2-8523, BARBIE AND KEN CLOTHES knit on order, also fur coat, hot and muff set to delight youngsters on Christmas. SU. 4-2170. LEGAL NOTICES JEROME L. JAGER NEAR ST. JOSEPH'S VACANT$14,950 Four large bedrooms, 1, baths, two fire: places, full basement, garage, 1V blocks tO school, church and bus line. EA, 5-8696. Religion, Race, no barrier. S13,500. By owner. SU. 4-1786. vlvors: sons. Herman M., Edmonds; Norbert J. Aecakeek, Md., and Victor H. Rendler, Portland, Ore.; qaughters, Miss Josephine S. Rendler, Edmonds, and Mrs. Edward Gross, Ei Cerrlto, Calif.; brothers, Anthony A. and Henry R. Schmldt, St. Paul, and Herbert R. Schmidt, ScaHle; sisters, Mrs. S. M. Clnrkett, Jordan, Minn.; Mrs. M. A, Slewart, 5eatlle, and Mrs. L. R. Loney, Kalamazoo, Mich,; twolvn grandchll* SACRIFICE 16 TRANSISTOR Trnns-Oceanlc Portable radio. AM-FM International short wave, marine bands, etc:, BeaufRiJr soiree. Twin speakers. New condition. LA, 2-0262. NICDIEAN AND READY TO GO, Three bedroom home In St. Joseph's parish. Priced right at under appraisal. Owner wlll talk lease wlth purchase op- tion. LA. 3-1631. FAMILY HOME ON QUEEN ANNE. A REAL BUY. BELOW FHA APPRAISAL. OWNER, AT. 2-4069. 3 BEDROOM BRICK Recreation room. 11h baths. FHA ap- proleed. $21,850. Make offer. WE. 7-7582. ONE BLOCK--ST. ANNE'S Two bedroom home, extra bedroom n attic. Fireplace. Eating space In kitch- en plus dining room. AT. 3-6587. i I dren. Back's Funeral Home. I 10 minutes to Boeing PInnts 1 & 2. i B Home features: entry dtvlded from IIv- IIP_AI li, lf'llP| ing room by floor to ceiling planter ondl aL-r41.ll i1bo/iVl bookcase comblnaflonrtch wall to wall _ _- carpeting included as o bonus--lovely j bright kitchen with built-In dishwasher, 1 JOSEPH A. SWEENEY tan, hood, and breakfast bar--sunny of dining area--separate utility room-- SWEENEY & HUNTER sparkling file vantty bath. Basement Afforeeys eve has extra V bath, garage and 917 Arctic Building new furnace--landscaped grounds ac-[ Seattle, Wash. cented by a tawerng native flr tree.!IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE LEGAL NOTICES RICHARD D, HARRIS J Attorney I 100 Olympic Nnt'l Bldg. Seaffle 4, Wn. i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE J State of Washington for the County I of King I In the Matter of the Estoto of AUGUST I ERNST, Deceased. In Probate. No. 173708. Notice fo Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the above entitled estate; that oll persons having claims I against said deceased are hereby re- t qulred to serve the same, duly verified, 1 on said Executor or his afforneY of rec- I ord at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sad Court, LEGAL NOTICES We have an urgent need for temporary fester homes for infants as well as Our exclusive. Call CH. 3q550. State of Washington for the County older children. Board rote, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. Soufh End Brokers, Inc. at Klna If you are interested, please call. 11036-1st Ave. South In the Matter of the Estate of STEPHEN MA3-9065 .... J. McCAULEY, Deceased. In Probate. /IvIP-ER-iXL--Ea-00- .o. 173796..o,,co ,a Creditors. CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES Notice is hereby given that the under- EXCELLENT NURSING CARE, IN PRI- si0ned has been appointed and has quali- VATE HOME OF CATHOLIC NURSE. EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT fled as Admlnlstrotrlx of the estate of WE 7-4685. Finished homes ready to move Into now. STEPHEN J. McCAULEY, Deceased; that Visit the furnished show houses. Open all persons having claims against sold daily ]0 a.m. 'til 9 at night. Call SH 6- deceased are hereby required fo serve PLUMBERS 922), Prestige Homes, Inc. the same duly verified, on eald Admlnis- trotrlx or her attorneY of record at the PLUMBING & HEATING I FOR SALE OR LEASE WITH OPTION address below stated, and file the same SERVICE COMPACT 3 bedroom house, ploslered, with the Clerk of said Court, together Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store Insulated. On paved street, near St. Ed- with proof of such service within six wards Open to offers. No closing cost months otter the date of first publication L. G. MASSART & SONS If owner's morlgage assumed. Can be of this notice, or the some will be barred. Attorney 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 FHA refinanced. Owner. PA 2-6126 eve- Date of first publication November 1, 1010 Logan Building 1963. Everett " : :: THE PROGRESS--9 SAGAYA, Satora, 72, at Snnhamlsb, Friday, Nov. I 1963 dled Oct. 24. Requiem Oct. 29, St. MI- chael Church, Snohomlsh. Burial Wood- lawn. Born In Baton, Philippine Islands; Member of the Alaska Fish Cannery , T Workers Union of the Pacific. Survi- vors sister, Mrs. Juana Pador of Ba-  acoma tan; niece, Mrs. Frances Bagason of Seattle. Bauer Funeral Chapel, Sno- KENNEDY, Mrs. Wlllinm (Mary EI- homish, ten), 85, of 3511 S. J St., died Oct. 27. pl i Requiem Oct. 31, HoW Cross Church. Lan=.ey Burial Calvary. Born in Liverpool, Eng- GREEN, VIrgll, 36, died OCt, 27. land. Lived In Tacoma since 1904. Mem- Requiem Oct. 30, St. Hubert Curch. bar at Holy Cross Altar Society. Survl- Burial Bayvlew. Born In HIxton, WIs. vors: son, Wlltiam of Texas; two sis- Came to Whldbey Island 12 yenrs ago. tars, Mrs. Emma Anderson and Mrs. Survivors: wife, Della; a son, Lee, and Martha Newman, both of Tacoma; two daughters, Lori and Kay, oil at three grandsons. Gaffney Funeral Home. home; sister, Mrs. Rachel Burrler, CItnfon; brothers, ,Roy and Archle of " Coos Bay, and Ben Green of Clinton. KENDLEY, Mrs. Lawrence (Rose), Hedgcock Funeral Home. - .....  67, of 3737 S. AInsworth Ave., died Oct. Mounflake ie race'=r'--- 19, In Alexandria, Mlnn. Requiem Oct, 26, St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. COLUMBRO, Mrs. Andy (Teresa), 60, Native of Minnesota. Came to Tacoma 22501 64th Ave. W., died OCt. 29, Re- - 25 years ago from Montana, Member qulem OCt. 31, St. Plus X Church. Burl- of St. Joseph's Circle No. 1 and the of Holyraod. Born In Italy. Came to auxiliary of the Brotherhood of Railway Seattle In 1905 and to Mountlake Ter- Trainmen. Survivors: son, Ralph, of race six Years ago, Member af the Santa Ann, Callf.; seven daughters, Mrs. Daughters of Italy. Survivors: husband, James Dennehy of Anaheim, Calif.; Andy J. Columbro, Sr.; son, Andy J. Mrs. Lloyd Proudfoot and Mrs, Lyle Columbro, Jr., Edmonds; daughters, Orris, both of Redwood City, Caiif.; Mrs. Rosine Weir, Fremont, Calif.; Mrs. Mrs. :Wayne Rose of Fairbanks, Alas- Esther Brafleld, Newport, Ky.; Mrs. ka; Mrs. Clifford Collyer of WIImlng- Margaret Light, Alderwood Manor, and ton, Cdlit.; Mrs. Charles Idlewln of Mrs, Joanna Banner, Homewood, III,; Portland, and Mrs. Richard Belshay of 16 grandchildren and one great.grand. Tacoma; brother, Frank Schneider of child. Back's Funeral Home. Alexandria; two sisters, Mrs. Ratph, Rubitsehung of Springfield, Minn,, and Seattle Mrs." Louis Gloser of New Utm, Minn.; CASTLEN Dr Charles 77 died  15 grandch Idren and seven great.grand- 28 Requiem Oct 31 St Joseph Church chndrn. Cassady and Alien Mortuary. . , . . . Bursal Calvary. Was a medical doctor In Seattle from 1921-35 and was a mem- WEST, Mrs. Clara M., 75, of 2914 N. bar at the staff at Providence Hospital. Mason Ave., died Oct. 27. Requiem Oct. He had been residing In La Canada, 30, St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Calif. Survivors: daughter, Mrs, Bolfon Born In San Bernardina, Calif. Lived in Mintsler, Yerrlngton, Hey.; seven grand, Tacoma 70 years. Retired employe of children. Manning and Sons Funeral Pacific Northwest Bell. Member at Home. Catholic Daughters at America and Tale- DOHERTY, Owen, 84, 7739 Sth Ave. S.W., died Oci. 19. Requiem Oct. 22, Holy Family Church. Burial Holyrned. Bern In Maple Lake, Minn. Came here 10 years ago. Was a retired pipefitter.. Survivors: brother, Hugh; sister, Annie Doherty; b o t h Snaffle. Yarrlngtan's White Center Funeral Home. EMERY, Charles D., 79, 625 Queen Anne Ave. N., died Oct. 27. Requiem Oct. 30, Sacred Heart Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Madison, Wls. Came here 57 years ago. Was an apartment manager. Survivors: wife, Katherine E.; two daughters, Mrs. George Chapman and Mrs. Charles Redling, and a sis- ter, Mrs. Charles Sorenson, all of Seat, fie; three brothers, Harry, Eve!ath, Minn.; Thomas, St. Paul, Minn.; and CYrus D. Emery, Seattle; one grand- child and three great.grandchildren. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. phone Pioneers. Survivors: son, Dr. Thomas R. West of Tacoma; brother, Martin A. Petrich of Tacoma; seven grandchildren. Gatfney Funoral Home. .... Vancouver - SCHULTZ, ROy E., 67, of 3811 E. 13th 5t., died OCt. 27. Requiem Oct. 31, St. Joseph Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born In Bloomfield, Nab. Lived In Van- couver past 20 years. Member of Long- shoremen's Union. Survivors: wife, MarY Ellen (Nellie); three brothers, John and Floyd, both of Sacramento, Callf., ,and Earl of Slope, Calif.; three ststers, Mrs. Jess Werre of Bismarck, N.D.; Mrs. Hoyden Sebastian, Hell, N,D., and Mrs. Tom CraShers of Sac- ramento. Hamilton -Mytan F u n r a I Home. LAWRENCE K. MCDONELL of REGAL AND L MCDONELL Attorneys $77 Oextor Herton Building Seattle, Wash. iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 5tale of Washington for tho County of King In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM Seattle PACCI, Mrs. Tony (Rosq), 76, 3204 Rainier Ave. S., died Oct. 24. Requtem Oct. 29, Our Lady of Mt. Virgin Church. Entombment Holyraod. Born In Italy. Came to the United States and Seattle in 1905, Surviving Is her husband, Tony Foccl. Columbia Funernl Hnme.. - FRASER, Mrs. Marguerite, 69, 7914 Densmore Ave. N., died Oct. 24 In an automobile accident n a r "Manlmta- Minn. Requiem Oct. 29, Blessed Sacra- ment Church. Burial Calvary. Born In La Crosse, WIs. Came here 41 years ogq. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Ralph H Baldwin, Jr., Spokane; a brother, Jack H. McGrath. Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Judklns, Portland, and Mrs, Nell Mlller, Columbus, Ohio, and f o u r grandchildren. Bonney.Watsan Funeral Home. KIRCHBERO, Harold, 54, 38111 S Lu. cilia St., died Oct. 28. Requiem Oct. 31, St. Edward Church. Came here In-1942;. Was o retired machinist. Survivors: wJfe, Shirley N:; daughters, Mrs. Janet Carpenter, and Mrs. Jackle Hall, aii of Seattle, and Mrs. Marllyn McMillan, Covina, Calif.; atop-daughters, Claudia J. and Metlnda L. Beers, Seattle; broth- ers, Mike and John. both 'Madison, Minn.; and 12 grnndchlldren. Columbia Funeral Home. PRISTOE, William Q. 36, 20031 207h Ave. S., died Oct. 24. Requiem Oct. 28, St. Catherine Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Spokane, Came here five years ago. Was a graduate of O'Den, High School and aflenbed Seattle Uni- versity. Was n cargo handier for Alaska Airlines. Formerly lived in Anchorage, Survivors: wife, Joyce; son Thomas G.; daughter, Cindy Sue; broth- er, Thomas M., Jr., and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Prlsfoe, all of Seattle. PROULX, Mrs. Phllamalne S., 76, 2612 W. Boston St., died ,Oct. 22. Requiem Oct. 25, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyraod. Born In Ontario, Canada. Came here 50 years ago. Sur- vlvors: daughter, Mrs. Walter C. Brecht, Seattle; son, Alexander P. Proulx, Edmonds; five grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Manning and Sons Funeral Home. Sedro Woolley SAUNDERS, Anna, 68, of Clear Lake, dled Oct. 22. Requiem Oct. 26, Immacu- late Heart of Mary Church, Sedro Wool- RALPH HENDRY, Deceased. In Pro- lay. Burlal Hawthorne Lawn Cemetery, bate. No. 156942. Notice of Hearlng Mount Vernon, Survlvors; two couslns, Flnal Report and Petition' of Distrlbu- Margaret Allenbach af Burlington and BIRTHS BELLINGHAM -- St. Joseph General Hospital announces the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Andy Legockt, girt, October 21, Robert French, boy, October 25. CHEHALIS -- St. Helen Hospital an. naunces tha fallowing births to Mr. and Mrs.: Benlamin Balmelll, boy, October 99. John Czemerys, girl, October 25. LONGVlEW -- St. John Hospital an. nounces tha fallowing blrlhs to Mr. and Mrs.: David L. Wold, boy, October 16. Donald Denzlnger, boy, October 19, Robert O. Hanks, }3oy, October 19. Lonnie R, Magnuson, bay, October 19. Wlllord Moberly, boy, October 23. J. LeDell Wlchert, boy, October 26. SEATTLE  Providence Hespltol a- nounces the following births to Mr. and Mrs,: Thomas Greenon, girl, October 20. " David Buzord, boy, October 21. Jack De Jane, boy, October 2). Thomas Elser, boy, October 21. Charles Schindler, girl, October 21. Kenneth Turnbull, boy, October 21 John ",/on Brankhorst, boy, October 21. Charles Langen, glrh October 22. Eo.rl LeClalr, Jr,, boy, October 22. Elwood Madsen, boy, October 22. James McCarthy, girl, October 22. David Nygren, girl, October 22. Mark Clemen, boy, October 23. Albert Dyer, boy, October 23. James ;,KIIImeyer, boy, October 23. Harry Noon, boy, October 23. Herbert SParks, boy, October 22. Robert Carplne, girl, October 24. Howard Holz, gtrl, October 24. William Greenheck, boy, October 24. =Frank Corona, girl, October 25 Richard Jones, boy, October 25. Robert Schroedl, girl, October 25. Rnnald Wiedlger, boy, October 25- Edward Klndoll, boy, October 26. David Sheehan, Jr., girt, October 26. Benny Williams, girl, October 26. Ronald Gordon, girl, October 27. James Sanders, boy, October 27. TACOMA  St. Joseph Hospital an. neances the following births to Mr. and Mrs,: Richard Bernsten, girt, October 7. Richard Meyer, girl, October 7. Patrick Worlev, girl, October 7, Arthur Hellwich, boy, October 8. RIchard Mostrom, boy, October g. Robert Cowell, girl, October 9. Elfon Ktetndl, girl, October 9. 5ylvlO Bravettl, boy, October 10. John Harper, boy, October 10. Ronald Dulaney, boy, October 11. James Roman, girl, October t2. Robert Burns, girl, October 13. Gerald Rlnkenberger, girl, October 13. - t nlngs and week-ends. THE SURtRWcjR T OF THE TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE I CT DrDklAr'TT r" ate of Wash --= .......  1 *J/. ULltf'LJI.-//t- CIng mUmn or rne Lounty of FENDRICH RADIO & 1V tThree bedrooms. Finished daylight base- the Matter nf th I::tnt= r =^ n "Member St Edward's Par sh" t ment 3 b ocks to church $975 down WOOLEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. A. 3-1172 } CH 4-0576. , 1733;'3. Notice to Creditors. , 1 NotiCeExeculrlxlS hereby given that the under, l LEGAL" "- "" NOTICES"---'-" I slgnedfled has been appointed and has quail- I Lt=AL NU/II[.;I" as of the estafe of LENAt LEGAL NOTICES D. WOOLEY, Deceased; that al per-I  ............ sons having claims against said deceased l MOSCHETO, LPIEI & UK,NU are h*.reby required to serve lhe same Attorneys dub" verified, on said Executrix or herJ 563 Olympia National Life Bldg. KELLY & O'SULLIVAN attorney of record at the address below1 5eattle, Wash. 98104 Attorneys stated, and file the same with the C erkl IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 50S Arctic Building, of said Court, together with proof of! State of Washington for the County Seatt e 4, Wash ngton such service within six months after thel of King IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Jite of first publlcotion of this notice or In the Matter of the Estate of TERENCE State of Washington for the County of some will be barred. ' j A. LISTON, Deceased. In Probate. No. King. llate of first publication 10-18 1963 t 173709 Not ce to Creditors. In 1he Matter of the Estate of CLARA s/JENNIE T. JAGER ' ' Notice Is hereby given that the under- E O'CONNELL Incompetent, Deceased. Executrix of said Estate. l signed has been appointed and has quaff- No. )73327. Notice to Creditors. 7221 2nd Avenue N.W. I fled as Execulrix of the estate of Terence Notice Is hereby given that the under- Seattle, Wash. A. Liston, Deceased; that oll persons signed has been appointed and has s/ JEROME L. JAGER having claims against said deceased are qualified as Guardian of the above an- Attorney for Estate hereby required to serve the same duly 1010 Logan Building /verified, on said Executrix or her attar- Seattle, Wash. nays of record at the address below Final 11/1 .63!stated, and f the same with the Clerk ...................... " '--lot said Court, together with proof of BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY such service within six months otter the Attorneys I date of first publication of this notice, 1407 Alaska Building or the same will be barred of such service within six months after Seattle 4, Washlngton Date of first publication November 1 ! t963. MAin 2-5366 THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I ANNA C. LISTON ire of Washington In and for the Executrix of said Estate County of King I $63 Olympic Notional Life-Bldg. Federal o S;2 er Seattle, Wash. 98104 FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO SOCIATION, INC., a corporation, Plato-!Attorneys for Estate tiff, vs. MAYNARD J. JEFFREY and 563 Olympic National Life Bldg. LEILA JEFFREY, his wife; and Seatlle, Wash. 98104 MILES PURVES d/b/a HIGHLINE I Final 11-15-63 BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY, and] JANE DOE PURVES, his wife, De-t Robert H. Lamb fendants. NO. 607784. SUMMONS BY BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY PUBLICATION J Attorneys for Eslate THE STATE OF WASHINGTON 1407 Alaska Bldg. To Maynard J. Jeffrey, defendant here. IN Seattle, Wash. THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE are hereby summoned to oppear l State at Washington for the County sixty (60) days offer the date oft of King tlrsl publication of this summons, to In the Matter of the Estole of ANDREW wit: within sixty days after the 18th day j EDALGO, Deceased. No. 166023. Notice of October, 1963, and defend the above of Hearing Final Report and Petition entitled action In the above entitled tar DIslrlbutlon. cause and answer the complaint of the/ Notice Is hereby gtven thai William F. plaintiff and serve a copy of your an.Hennessey, Administrator of the Estate swer upon the undersigned attorneys tar i of Andrew Ednlgo, has filed in the office the plaintiff at their office below as !of the Clerk of said Court his final Re- stated; and In case bOer your tollure so I port and petition for distribution, asking fo do, Judgment will rendered against!the Court to setlle said Report, distribute you n accordance with the demands ofithe poperty 1o 1he persons thereto an- the complaint, which has been filed wlthitJtled and to discharge said WIIllam F. the clelk of said court. HemPssey; and that said Report and The oblect of this aclion is to fore. ipe(iflon will be heard on lhe 18th day mortgage upon real estate inlaY November, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the County, Washington, described as Court Room of the Probate Deportment of said Court, at which time and place Lot 16, Block 3, Glen Echo Addition, according to plat recorded In volume 53 of plats, page 91, in King County, Washington; and to obtain a deficiency lodgment for the bnlance due on a promissory note secured by said mortgage and for the other and usual incidents to the foreclos- ure ot o real estale morlgage. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plalntitt 1407 Alaska Building Seattle 4, Washington MAIn 2-5366. --Final 11/22, '63 any person Interested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same, Dated thls 14th day of October, 1963. Dale of first publication, October 18, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. j ROBERY R.. S.LAMBHoFEDITZ, Depuly. BRdMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Estate, 1407 Alaska Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final 11/1, 'tO titled estate; that all persons having claims against said Incompetent are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Thomas D. Kelley or his attorneys of record af the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof the date of first publicolion of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication 25th Oclober, 1963. THOMAS D. KELLEY, Guardtan of said Estate, 505 Arctlc Bulldlng, Seattle, Washington KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN, Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building, Seattle 4, Washington Final 11-8-63 CARL P. JENSEN Attornays of Lenlhan & Ivers 1114 Norton Bldg. Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ULISSE NICOLI, Doceased. in Probate. No. 173618. Notice to Creditors. Nolice is hereby given that the under- sipned has been appointed and has quail- led as Execulor of the Estate of Ullsse NicoIt, Deceased; thai all persons having claims against said deceased or against said estate are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or its attorneys of record af the address below stated, and file the same with tho clerk of said court, together with proof of such service, wllhin six months after the date of first publication of this I notice, or the same will be barred. I Date of first publication October 251h, l 1963. i SEATTLE FIRST NATIONAL 1 BANK, ] Executor of sold Estate, J Second and Cherry Streets, Seattle 4, Wushlngton CARL P. JENSEN, of Lenthon & IverS, 1114 Norton Bldg., Attorneys for Estate, Seattle 4, Washlngton Flnal 114-63 7' i CAROLINE M, McCAULEY Adminlstratrlx of said Estate 917 Arctic Building Seattle. Wash. JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & HUNTER Attorney for Estate 917 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. Final 11.15-63 JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & HUNTER Attorneys 917 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King in the Matter of the Estate of HARRY J. RAHN, Deceased. in Probate. No. 173724. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the estate of Harry J. Rohn. Deceased; that all per* sons having claims against said do- ceased are hereby required 1o serve fha same duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney ol record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sold 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 October 2.5, 1963. GERALDINE H. RAHN Executrix of sold Estate 917 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of SWEENEY & HUNTER Attorney for Estate 917 Arctic Building together with proof of such service, within six months after the date of first pub- Ilcation of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication November 1, asking the Court to settle said Report, 1963. RICHARD D. HARRIS Executor of sold Estale 100 Olympic Nat'l Bide. Seattle 4, Wash. RICHARD O. HARRIS Attorney for Estate 100 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. tlon Notice Is hereby plven that IDA G. Mrs. Douglas Moran at Chleaga. Lem. HENDRY, Admlnistratrlx of the Estate of laY Mortuary. William Ralph Hendry, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her Tacoma final Report and petition for distribution, CUSHING, Mrs. Frank (Nellie F.), 68, distribute the property to the persons of 819 49th St., died Oct. 23, Requiem thereto entitled and fo discharge said Oct. 26, Sacred Hoort Church. Burial Adminlstrotrix; and that said Report and Calvary, Born In Ireland. Lived in petition will be heard on the 26th day Everett since 1946. Member ofAltar and of November, 1963, at 9:30 A.M at the Rosary Societies and Legion of Mary. Court Room of the Probate Department Survivors: two sons, Ray. Alan Cushing of sad Court, at wh ch time anb place of Albuquerque, N.M., and Frank of any person interested n said Estate may Monterey, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Helen Seattle 4, Wash. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Eulldlag Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington In and for the County of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, Plaintiff, vs. LACY C. WAREHIME, PATRICIA B. WAREHIME, FRANKLIN BOYD BRY- HER and MARY ANN BRYNER, De- fendants, No. 570454. Notice of Appli- cation for Judgment. TO: FRANKLIN BOYD BRYNER, LACY C. WAREHIME and MARY ANN appear and file ob(ections thereto and Evans of Tacoma; three brothers. Jack Final 11.15.63 contest the same. and Michael Browne of New York City Dated this 24th,day of October, 1963. and Thomas Browne of Ireland; six Date of first publication, November 1, grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL Clerk of sold Court Ey R. $. HOFEDITZ Deputy LAWRENCE K. MCDONELL of REGAL AND MCDONELL Attorneys for Estate ST/ Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Wash. Flnal 11-IS-63 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Robert Cassidy, Pre. Sooffle 4, Washington BRYNER, defendants above named: AIn 2-5366 EYO.U ND EAC..HOF YOU ARE HERE: IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Y IU|IPIIU mar on The 2Din Day or State of Washington in and for the November, 1963, the plaintiff in the above Co-n ,  KIn entitled eausn will request the COUrt ta FED,t'NATONAL MORTGAGE AS- I slgn Findings of Fact, Conclusions of Or'lA'rlnN INC a cornoratlon Plain Lnw, and Decree of Foreclosure In the tiff u ial=l'r  TAZ riLl an Iobevn entitled action In Room 915 of thel '=''"T^'';';'- h'' ,.,' ,:-r-r- King County Court House, Third and j V''D'E C'O'(JCTI"b'N B.: IC:,%" James Street, Seattle, Washington, at 9:30 or-rtln -nd REYNOLDS ALUM a.m. on said day ,. .,' . .....  1 iNUM ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION, .un.,n e .n.=..=oo=. I Defendants. No. 609977. Summons By AiTorneys ror Plaintiff Puul'catlon THE SI:ATE' OF WASHINGTON Seattle, Wash. Final 11 8-63 I -- P=-o 11407 Alaska Building I Scott e 4, Wash ngtan v---" -ellman To the said Robert . Tazlnll and No. 173022, Notice to Creditors. THEODORE JEVNE, Deceased. tn Pro- answer upon the undersigned attorneys CASSIDY Funeral Home Notice Is hereby given that the under* signed has been appointed and has qualified as Administrator of the eslate of Nolon D. Russetl, Deceased; that oll persons having claims agolnst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Admin- istrator or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the Clerk of said Courl, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the dale of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first nublieaflon October 25, 1963, JOSEPH S. KANE Adminlslrator of said Estate. 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash, KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys for Estate 907 Arctic BuIIdtng SOOttlo, Wash. Final 11-1-&.1 bate. No. 173601. Notice 1o Creditors. liar the plaintiff at their office below as Notice Is hereby given that the under-lstated; an In case of your failure so signed has been appointed and has quail, Ira do, Iudgment will be granted against fled as Executor nf the estale of Melvin you according to the demands of the Theodore Jevne, Deceased; thai nil per- complaint, which has been filed with sons having claims against said deceased the clerk of sal court. ore hereby reaulred to serve the same, The oblect of this actior le to faro- duly verified, on said Meredith F. Jevne close a mortgage upon real estate In or his oltorneys of record ol the address King Counly, Washington described as: below stated, and file the same with the Lol 7, Block 4, Hemlock Acres, oc- Clerk of said Court, tagelher with braDY cording to plat recorded In Votume lot such service within six months after 44 of Plats, page 5, In King County, the data of first publication of this nottce, Washington; or the same will be barred, and to obtain a deficiency lodgment tar ante of first publication November 1,!the balance due on o promissory note 1963. secured bY said mortgage and for the MERE01TH F. JEVNE other and usual Incidents to the faro- Executor of said Estate closure of a real estate mortgage. 577 Dexler Horton Building ROBERT H LAMB Seattle, Wash, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY REGAL AND McDONELL Attorneys for Plaintiff Attorneys tar Estate 1407 Alaska Building 577 Dexter Horton Building Seattte 4, Washington Seattle, Wash. AttAin 2.366 Fltml 11-It3 --Plnal 11/22, '63 .% Jameg CGaidy, Vice Pre. EVERETT 3001 OAKES At,. 2-2i78 //o00er00 FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 361h Sea file GEORGE HOFFNER Owner Marvin Mann, gtrl, October 15. Frank Taylor, girl, October 15. James Burnett, girl, October 16. Jerry Cawdrey, girl, October 16. Jack Doidge, boy, Dctober 16. James Maniotls, girl, October 15. Fmnk Rudein, girl, October 19. Joseph Grochpwicz, girl, October 2. Lawrence Grassl, girl, October 21. Gerald Jennings, boy, October 21. Fre Brockman, girl, October 22. Leland Davis, girl, October 22. Edward Harris. boy, October 22, James McLaughlln, boy, October 22. GAFF00E FLTNERAL HOHE S/nee 1805 South Yaklma at 10th TACOMA h