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II II BUY WITH THEM PROGRI00SS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30c Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATEz 38c PER LINE Farms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 i II Extension 21 w2200 TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY =:= IN CITY ZERO DN. $13,450 TWO BATHS THREE BEDROOMS BUILT-IN RANGE AND OVEN! PHONE: MA 2-8880--Local 21 =:= CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday ,1 In Memoriam I Seattle : . CLEANING. In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-$480 lllll CONTRACTING : I&amp; A CONSTRUCTION CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CONCRETE WORK, PATIOS, CARPORTS, PAINTING CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 FOR Roof Repalrlng, new roofs, gutters, and downspouts, asbestos and composi- tion siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4.8401. PAINTER 1st class. Your paint, my tools. Save by hr. or lob. References. MA 2- e 9615. Ask for Paul. SAVE 30% FINEST PAINTING, PAPER HANGING WALLPAPER DISPLAY ON HAND GENERAL CARPENTRY AND CEMENT WORK, FREE ESTIMATES. AT3-16 FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXlCANA MexI-Catessea 9436 16th AvG. S.W. WE. 5-1480 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One.half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 CATHOLIC lady ta share tea bedroom home. WE 2-4811. FURNISHED t w o bedroom basement apartment. All utilities. $80. or exchange part rent far supervlslan af school age children far two hours daily. EM 2-2102. ST. MARGARET'S SCHOOL Two corner bedraoms, full daylight base- ment, law cost piped oll heat. Stove, re- frigerator and washer. Cleon, view, $99. AT 3-9849. FURNITURE Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free i delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE ''TU 5-1378 Redmond GREETING CARDS• Catholic oord, For Less wrap All occasion & Hanukkah 5306 Roosevelt Way LA 2.4671 , , , II I , II, II HILP WANTED PREVENT FIRES WITH GOOD ELECTRIC WIRING FOR THE HOME Low prices: =moll lobs welcome ALSO, we Install gas furnaces ohd water heaters. REED WRIGHT HEating & Electric Co. AT. 3-1234 RELIABLE lady to help with ch[Idrer and housework. LA 4-3191. HIELP the Extension Lay Volunteers. The Cathallc Church Extenslan Society :Wants representatives ta sell Extension :Magazlnes. Local Terrltary. Startlng , .Salary, Fringe benefits. Write P.O. Box 6426, Tlgard, Oregon 97223. Phone ME p.2214. i--T I , MISC. FOR SALE • i TYPEWRITER 10 YEARS OLD FINE CONDITION $25 LA 3-3386 EVENINGS & MRS. STEEL USERS MR. Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 DELICIOUS, home-made broken choc- olates. Fresh and flne, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (appaslte Marshall School). NURSING HOMES MERCER.HOME ) i WAS. ST%'t'CE'NO. HH383 "qm'Small, cheerful nursing home. Excellent food, reas. rates, prafesslonet nursing care. Catholic owned and operated. Long Law Cedar Rambler. Perfectly lo- cated on oversized 90x139 ft. tree studded lot. Large panelled living room, formal dining room. Ranch kitchen with breakfast space. Separate utility room. Thls Is a must to see for tho young growing family. Call EM4-1180 on Ad 241. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. LAKE CITY OFFICE 13300 Bathell Way NE EM4-1180 ST. JOSEPHS Charming five bedroom (one In bose. ment) home. Close ta everything. For Information call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2- 2710. VINCENT D. MILLER 3817 NE 45th -- LA2-5626 HORSE LOVERS ATTENTION Over six and half acres of country splen- dor, divided by black tap highway with over alx hundred feet on each side of road. Four acres fenced and cross fenced. A number of fruit trees and a variety at berry bushes. Modern three bedroom home with three quarter base- ment and fireplace. Accented by many flowering trees and shrubs. Home Is situated on a knoll with large well kept yard extending to o Panoramic View. BA 6-6363, AL 5-7349, BA 6-6107. Dalpay & Associates 307 Fourth Avenue Rentan, Wn. CHRIST THE KING $14,950 FHA APPRAISAL FULL BASEMENT. Four bedroom home, redecoratod and hardwood floors re- finished. Nice living room with fire- place, separate dining room. New for. mica and linoleum In kitchen. Recrea- tion room, plus extra room could be filth bedroom. Detached garage. Mini. mum FHA terms, or $35 TOTAL CASH REQUIRED FOR VETERAN PUR- CHASER. CRAWFORD & CONOVER 8040 35th NE LA 3-5555 ST. JOHN'S Five bedrooms and sewing room. Formica bath, ceramic kitchen, large living and dining roams. 815,750. For appointment call PA 5-0374. ONE BLOCK ta St. Alphonsus Church and school. Three bedroam with fourth bedroom In fully tiled basement. Liv- Ing room with fireplace, separate din- Ing area, kitchen with nook. Drapes In- cluded. Completely fenced back Yard. Garage plus carport. Full price 015,500 by owner. Needs painting. 5U3-9837. Call before 9 o.m. or after 6 P.m. PETS SILVER POODLES AKC Regisfered WE 7-2938 RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES t Whldbey. Large lot at Ledgewood Beach, O11 Improvements In. Panoramlc view of 'Sound and Olympics. Close ta Community Beach and Park. $3,900. Easy Terms. By owner. AT. 3-9607. PRIVATE LAKE FAMILY OR CHURCH RETREAT. 200 acres near Olympia with 12 acre spring fed Lake. Game and Forest, Wonderland. One mile from Freeway. Power and oad county road. By owner. Easy rms. AT 3.9607. .. i REPAIR--VACUUM CLEANERS Free Pick up & Delivery Today Repair and Service $3.50 Plus parts, attachments, bags 5306 Roosevelt Way LA 2-467 SITUATIONS WANTED MOM AND POP It you want to take a vacation? Care tar school age or teen- agers. Good References. AT 3-6899. TELEVISION AND RADIO SRRVlC| FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward'i Parish" PA. 3-1172 UPHOLSTERING ST. FRANCIS OF ASSISI QUALITY RAMBLER CHOICE WOODED LOT Ideal family home. Central entry, living room with huge fireplace, dining room, mammoth family kitchen with built In range, oven and dishwasher, Bbq. Three generous bedrooms, tea baths, patio, two car garage• Lots of storage• $22,000. Exclusive, owner will consldor offer. T. A. PETERSON, REALTOR 2108 S.W. 152nd CH 3-6000 VEST POCKET FARM Bdrm. full basement home situated only 20 minutes from Seattlo on fenced 11/s acres. Big English cottage style home is drenched In shade by fruit and towering native trees, ideal far horses. There are 2 small barns on tho prOp- erty plus a great big 2 car garage shop. New aluminum siding cuts paint- Ing and maintenance to the bone. Home features: piano sized living rm,--formal dlnlng rm.--2 baths--lovely parquet floors and Phlllpplno mahogany doors and trim. $18,000. Just listed. Hurryl Call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 1st Avenue So. ST. ANNE'S Three bedraam, Dutch Colonial. Modern birch kitchen, double plumbing only $20,300. Eves. Call Mr. Garrison AT2- 6439. BLAINE REALTY 11V2 Baston AT 3-5511 V= BLOCK ST. JOSEPH'S BY OWNER 4 bedroom, living rm,, stone fireplace drapes, arge dining room, family size kltcheo, recreation room In bosomont. EA 2-4728 or LA 3-0850. OUR LADY af Guadalupe. Three bed. room, tea fireplaces. Basement, gorago. $17,200. WE. 7-5940 after 6 p.m. 5 BLOCKS ASSUMPTION Now under construction. 5 ta 6 possible bedrooms, 2 baths, full dallte blmt. Still time to pick your colors. 120,950. Builder. EA 4-4016. 4772 34th N.E. CLOSE TO BLANCHETTE Large family home byowner. Four bed- room, two baths, W/W carpeting. 10 year old brick 025,125 FHA apprais- al. Basement, Carport. LA 2.10110 or LA 4-0700. 2 BEDROOM home, plus I bdrm. bose. mint apart, which rents for 000 raG. 314,500. 812 NE 53rd. LA 34279. Our Lady of Fatima FIrst Tlme Adveitised: Four bdrm. Stone & Cedar Rambler near church & schoal. Large sep. din. rm., eat/sp. In file kitchen w/birch cupboards, dbl. plbg. Panelled rec. rm. Patio In secluded rear yard. Rugs & drapories incl. at 029,S00. GRACE RUUO REALTY 2311 Vlewmont W. -- AT3-11T/ anytime ST. MARK Four bedrooms, two baths, full basement. Huge fenced lot. $14,O00. Nothing down. $90 per month. Builder, HU 6-3368. 15 Nuns--and A Kitten DUBUQUE, Iowa (NC)- An unusual sight greeted spec- tators at the Dubuque Munic- ipal Airport -- arrival of 15 Trapestine nuns and one kitten. The nuns. came from Mount St. Mary's Abbey in Wrentham, Mass., to establish a new foun- dation here. Their new home will be known as Our Lady of the Mississippi Abbey. The nuns belong to the Cistercians of the Strict ObservancE. The kitten was brought along as E protection against f i e I d PHYSICALY Handicapped uphostere'; mice. will reuphalster your furniture reason- able. SU 3-2791. LEGAL NOTICES I O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Tryphon van de Walle, died Nov. 2, 1948. The Rev. Albert Erkens, O.S.B., died Nov. 3, 1952. The Rev. William LEe, died Nov. 4, 1943. The Rev. James L. Frei, died Nov. 6, 1950. The Rev. Emile Kauten, died Nov. 7, 1912. Everett JAMIESON, Mary Ellen, 78, 2935 Nat- ton Ave., died October 29. Requiem Oc- tober 31 Immaculate Conception Church. Born in Belfast, Ireland and had lived In,Everett the past 60 years. She owned and Operated the Friendship Nursing Home for many years. Surviving are two sons, John JamLeson and Floyd Jamloson, bath of Everett; one dough. ter, Catherine; 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Burial CY- Lawn Cemetery. Solle Funeral Home. ROBERTSON, Frances C., 59, 202 Jen- nlngs Road., died October 28. Requiem Jh f I HOLY ROSARY October 31 St. Mary Magdalen Church, Laure urs Lovely three bedroom home. Modern In- Born In Eggerdorf, Austria, and hod I terlor. W/W carpets. High file hath, resided In Everett the past 27 years. I st Time Adv. I large patio, close ta church, schools She was a member of the Altar Society, Charming birch Colonial In most sp0tlessJ and shopping. All improvements In. Legion of Mary and Resurrection Guild. condition. Large living and dlnlng room. I $14,500 FHA $725 down. 4443 49th SW Surviving are three sons, Donald E. R. Kitchen breakfast nook, oven, range, --WE 5-4590. Roberts0n and Gradan L. Robertson, dishwasher and refrigerator. One bdrm. ST. lL,ki'e both af Everett; and Gerald S. R0b- dJr'llN ,3 ertson, Wenatchee; two daughters, on moln fir. Three large bedrooms uP-I claire. Two plb. Recreation room Inl FHA APPRAISAL 815,775 rs. Elleen Dehnhaff and Mrs. Mar- full bsmt. Secluded manicured grounds I FIve bedrooms and sewing room. Formica lene Mehaffey, both of Everett; three with auto. sprinklers. Priced to sell Int bath, ceramic kitchen, large Ilvlhg and brothers, John Leltgeb, Langley, B.C.; the low 30'e. J dining rooms. 015,750. For appointment Tom Gibbs, Edmonton, AIta.; and Joe call PA 5-0374. Leitgeb, Grand Prar[e, Canada; one EWING & CLARK iNORTH Capitol Hill, seven room house, sister, Kathleen Falrweather, Victoria, 5507-35fh N.E. LA. 4-4400 four bedrooms, one and a half baths, B.C.; and eight grandchildren. Eurlol beautiful patia. Across from park. Evergreen Cemetery. Cassidy Funeral OPEN 9 TO 9 $21,500. Private parties only. EA3-5858. Home. Buddhist Chaplains Cause Concern By Rev. Patrick O'Connor SAIGON, Vietnam (NC) Some of the Buddhist bonzes newly appointed as chaplains to the Viet- namese armed forces are giving commanders cause for worry. They are demanding and in- terfering. They talk politics to the soldiers. They are not pop- ular even with the Bubbhist officers. Most of them are edu- cated only up to junior high school level. Some of them go out among the villages, and commanders wonder uneasily what they are telling the people. In at least one area, the Bud- dhist chaplains seem to con- centrate on the noncommiss- ioned officers. They spend hours with little groups of five or six noncoms. About 70 Buddhist bonzes have been appointed chap lains to the armed forces of the REpublic of Vietnam since mid-July. They are the first Buddhist chaplains In Vietnam. When the bonzes' campaign against the hte President Ngo dinh Diem's government was in full blast in ,Tune, 1963, a de- mand to have Buddhist chap lains was raised, Diem balked at the request, fearing that bonzes in the army would be political troublemakers. The re- quest had never been made be- fore, according to a Ministry of Defense spokesman. After the November, 1963, coup d'etat that overthrew the Diem government, no steps were taken for months to have Buddhist military chaplains ap pointed. The project did not appear to rank high in the bonzes' list of objectives. Catholic chaplains have been assigned to troops since the early days of the Viet- namese armed forces, be- cause the Catholic soldiers, forming a relatively high pro- portion, wanted them. There are now 40 Vietnamese Catho- Chapel ..ices for Protestant r.ldent,. NOTICES  Accamndafioo far summer residents. LEGAL EA 3-2992. SOUTH HAVEN NURSING HOME  • Catholic Oporated ' lAGER IN BURIEN , AUSTIN & MAKUS Indlvldunl care for all types and ages. Attorneys Rates you can handle. For detailed Into. 1010 Logan Building phone owner. WE 7-6346CH 3-3056. Seattle I, Washington Wash. State LIc. No. 491 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE WEST HAVEN NURSING HOME ' State of Washington In and for the County at King Catholic Operated In the Matter af the Estate of IDA In West Seattle CATHERINE KAPETAN, Deceased. No. Rates yau can handle. Owner. 171613 Notice of Sale of Real Estate. WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that (Wash. state llc. No. 338) Alllene Kalodzleb In her capacity as State LIc. Ha. 69 Admlnlstratrlx af the above estate, will 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 sell at private sale and for cash the fol- ISSAQUAH VILLA lowing described real estate: Catholic Operated. Class I. "West half al Lot 6 and all of Lat Lie. No. 473 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) 7, Block 3, Clovordale Addition ta the STUBBINGS NURSING HOME City of Seattle, recorded In Volume 4 "Catholic operated" of Plats, Page 7, records of King Private cases only. County, Washington." More common- ly known as 140 North 77th Street, AUSTIN'S NURSING Seattle, Wn. HOME to the hlghest and best bidder. Bids must e 24 hr. Registered Nursing core. be submlffed In writing and may be • : Excellent Food. left wlth the Admlnlldratrlx at 1010 La- (Wash. State LIc. No. 240) gel Building, Seattle, Washington, 98101. 90el Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3.4296 Bids will be received until the date of RESTFUL MANOR sale. The sale wlll be made on or offer the CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE 13th day of November, 1964. The Ad- REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. mlnlstratrlx reserves the right to reloct WASH. STATE LIC, No. 444 any and all bids. 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2000 s/AILLENE KOLODZIEJ :r, . AdmlnSstratrlx PERSONAL lAGER, AUSTIN & MAKUS s/Jerome L. lager DESPERATELY NEEDED Attorneys for Admlnlstratrlx FOSTER HOME P--Final 11-6, '64 FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO RIACH & GESE WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN ANornoys SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE-- P.O. Box 1867 MA 3-9065, , Lynnwood Wash. FOSTER HOMES IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE NEEDED Stole of Washington for the County of We have an urgent need for temporary King. folder homes far Infants as well as In Ihe Matter of the Estate of AMANDA older children. Board rate, medical care B. MURPHY, Deceased. No. 172749. and clothing era provided by the agency. Notice to Creditors. If you are Interested, please Coil. Notice Is hereby given that the under. MA 3-9065 signed has been appointed and has quall- CATHOLIC:CHII'ORENS SERVICES fled as Administrator of the estate of THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Foe- Amanda B. Murphy, Deceased; that all ter Parents to core for newborn babes persons having claims against said de- -Please call Catholic Children's Serv- ceased are hereby required to serve the Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. same duly verified, an said Administrator ARE yOU INTERESTED In helping a or his attorneys af record at tho address child ih need af a temporary home? If below stated and file the same with thel you are, please call Catholic Chlldrens Clerk of sold. Court, together wlth proof Services of Tacoma, BR2-9359 for in. of such servlco within six months atterl formation an foster care. We need your the date af first publication of this assistance. Catholic Children's Services notice, or the same will bo barred. af Tacoma, 1310 No. "1" St., Tacoma, Date of flret punllcation October 23, Wash. , •  • 1964. J. REAMER BOHN PLUMBERS Admlnlstrator of said Estate. 7019 California Avenue S.W. """' PLUMBING & HEATING Seattle, Wash, SERVICE RIACH & GESE Rodlont Heatlng . Rotoll Store Aflorneys for Estate, P.O. Box 1067, L. G. MASSART & SONS Lynnwood, Wash. 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6eS0 Final P 11.6-64 RICHARD €. SHANKS Afforney 8223 N. E. 123rd SeaNle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of GERAL- DINE LOGAN, Deceosod. In Probate. No. 178099. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and hal quail. fled as Executor of the estate at GERAL- DiNE LOGAN, Deceased; that all persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or his attorney of record at the address bel,ow stated, and file the same with the Clerk af 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 23, 1964. R. C. SHANKS, Executor af sold Estate. 3223 N. E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney for Estate, 3223 N. E. t23rd, SeaNle, Wash. P--Final 11-6-64 CORBET'r, SIDERlUS & LONEREAN Afforneys 047 Logan Building Seattlo, Washington 9810t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County In the MaNor of the Estate of FRED SAM GATES, Absentee. In Probate. No. 139329. Notice of Hearing an Petition tar Provisional Distribution. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that An- nie Thels has filed a petition for bro- visional distribution on behalf of Robert Geltz pursuant to the provisions af RCW 11.80.080. Said petition will be brought on for hearing before the Honorable James W. Mifflin in his court room on Friday, November 20, 1964 at 9:30 a.m. or as soon thereafter as th s matter can be heard or before such other Judge of 1he above-entitled court as may be as- signed the Probato calendar at said time` Fred Sam Gates disappeared in October of 1953 being at that time of opproxl. metety the age of sixty-one (61) years old. His residence at 1hat time was near Lestor, Washington, Robert Waiter Gettz, nephew of Fred Sam Geltz, has filed a petition for provisional dlldrlbution to him of the estate of Fred Sam Gates. All persons havlhg a knowledge concern- Ing the absentee are hereby requested to advise the court concerning the facts. 19Date, of first publication: October 30, CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Petitioner 847 Logan Building Seattle, Washington 98t01. P--Final 11/13, '64 llc priests and four Protestant ministers serving as com- missioned chaplains. Though Buddhism includes nothing like a sEcramental ministry, there are now seven Buddhist chaplains in the Cong Hoa military hospital in Salgon, where there is only one Catho- lic chaplain. In one provincial center where there are two Catholic chaplains, there are four Buddhists; in another there are three Catholic and six Buddhist chaplains. A leading Buddhist bonze, Thich Tam Chau, addressing aspirant chaplains last 3uly, as- serted that Buddhists consti- tuted 80 per cent of Vietnam's armed forces. This figure is not accepted by Catholic chaplains, nor is it confirmed by a survey of military cemeteries, where a high proportion of the graves are marked with crosses. The chief of the Buddhist chaplains is a prominent bonze originally from North Vietnam, Thich Tam Giac, who has been given the rank of lieutenant colonel. His deputy, holding the rank of major, is Thich Ho Giac. He is known for his Sa- turday night "sermons," given over loudspeakers in the new Buddhist "national pagoda" grounds. He denounces people in terms that his listeners un- derstand to mean Catholics. Births ABBRDEENSt. Joseph Nospltal re. the following blrths fo Mr. and Mrs.: Luls F. Chorba, Jr., girl, October 4. Paul $. Arndt, girl, October 15. Myron R. January, girl, October 24. John H. Knapp, girl, October 30. EELLINEHAM--St. Joseph General Hespltal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert E. Ale[andre, boy, October 27. Arnold FInkbonner, boy, October 30. CHEHALIS -- St. Helen Hosplh]l re. ports tho following blrthl to Mr. and Mrs.: Morris Coleman, boy, October 30. Jerry E. Karpl, glrl, October 30. LONGVIEW--St. John Haspltal re. tho followlng blrths to Mr. and Mrs. : Wayne K. McPherson, boy, October 2t. Raymond J. Grlfflth, boy, October 23. SEATTLE--Pravldeaco Hespltal re. ports the following births fa Mr. and Mrs.: Bernard Connolly, girl, October 21. Dr. Jack Moore, girl, October 21. Carroll Cralne, girl, October 21. Vack Zumwalt, girl, October 23. Robert Sheehan, boy, October 23. George O'Brien, girl, October 23. ONovlo Tarloa, girl, October 24. Gary Peterson, girl, October 25. TACOMA -- St. Joseph Hospltnl re- the fol!owlng births to Mr. and Mri.: Jack Robblns, boy, Octoler I. Flannory, girl, October 2. Ray C. Mulholland, boy, October 2. Robert Waldherr, bay, October 4. Curiae Swesney, boy, October 6. Richard Strep, girl, October 6. Raymond Noonan, girl, October 6. Richard Leery, boy, Octobor 7. James Huml, girl, October 0. Hernia, girl, October 0. James Mello, girl, October 0. Gordon Shelstad, girl, October 0. Ronald Knoll, girl, October 8. Jack McDonald, boy, October 10. Duanne Hegel, girl, October 11. Lloyd Anderson, boy, October 11. George Baydo, boy, October 12. Leslie PIIon, boy, October 13. Daniel Welgel, girl, October 13. Robert 5hea, boy, October 13. Marzano, boy, October 13. Thomas Mulledy, boy, October 14. Frank Bartenettl, boy, October 15. Richard Garrison, girl, October 15. Dale McRoberts, girl, October 15. John Differ, girl, October 15. Bruce Preszler, girl, October 15. Phllllp Rychner, bay, October 16. Morrls Stall, girl, Odober 16. Joseph Hermsen, boy, October 18. Charmles McCarthy, glrb October 17. John Stadle, boy, October 17. Albert Barba, boy, October 111. Odean Graft, bay, October 10. Wayne Fugere, bay, October 19. James Marshall, girl, October 18. RaY L. Bowers, girl, October 19. Jim Oglesby, girl, October 19. James Reslnger, boy, October 20. Leonard Eckroth, boy, October 20. Gerald Plancich, girl, October 21. Arnold Ashelm, boy, Octobor 21. Arthur Williams, boy, October 21. Ferndale FURNESS, Anna, 92, died October 29. Requiem October 31 St. Joseph Church. She had been a resident ef Ferndale fo r the post 25 years, Surviving are one niece, Mrs. Regina Swanson, Seat- tle; and two nephews, Paul Matz, Fern- dale and Reginald Matz, Ludlow, Vt. Burial Greenacres Memorial Park. Moels Funeral Home. Mc$ORLEY, Marguerile, 68, 1509 E. Victor, died October 29, Requiem No. vember 2 Church of the Assumption. Miss McSorley had lived In Ferndale all her life` Survlvln0 are 4 brothers, Albert and Egbert McSarley, Belling- ham; Frank McSorley, Ferndale, and Jerome of Alaska; 2 sisters, Mrs. Mary Ehle and Mrs. Irene Nugent, both of Batllngham. Interment Lynden Ceme- tery. Blngham and Jerns Funeral Home. Morysville SHANNON, Mrs. Mary Louise, 61, White Court Apartments, d}ed October 30. Requiem November 2 St, Mary Church. Born In Claredon, Penn., and had lived In Marysvllle since 1957 and in Arlington from 1907 to 1957. Eurlal Arlington Cemetery. Shaetor Funeral Home, M0rysville. ' Monroe LANG, Frank, 83, Rt. 2, died Octo- ber 29. Requiem November 2 St. Mary Church. Born In Austria, he was a resident of Monroe for the past 11 years. Surviving are his wife, Marie; five daughters, Mrs. Clyde (Elizabeth) Hutchlns, Monroe; Mrs. Julia Clack, Pierre, S.D.; Mrs. Loretta Mtnor and Mrs. Ann Johnson, both of Stopleton, Minn.; and Mrs. Helen Marlott, Mon- roe; five sons, George, Monroe; Lewis, Bismarck, N.D.; Frank, Minor, N,D.; Joe,.Hazen, N.D.; and Richard, Weed Heights, Hey.; 42 grandchildren and 67 great-grandchildren. Interment lOaF Cemetery, Monroe. Purdy and Kerr Funeral Home. Seattle BOYLE, Mrs. Clarence, 71, died Oc- tabor 27 in Hollywood. Requiem Novem- ber 2, Church of Christ the King. A native of Great Falls, Montana. She lived In Seattle from 1904 until 1960 when she went to Hollywood. Was widow at Clarence Boyle. Survivors: daughter, Mary Boyle, Hollywood; four slstors, 'Mrs. Josephine Parker, Mrs. Jack An- derson and Mrs. Doris Wainwright, all of Seattle, and Mrs. Sue Wainwright, LIvermore, Callf. and a brother, James Haberbush, Los Angeles. Burial In Holy- rood. Manning & Sons. BROWN, George T., 71, 214 6th Ave. E., died October 31. Requiem November 2 at St. Josoph's Church. Native at New Richmond, Was. Come to Scat'tie 46 years age. Bakery salesman, retlr- ing five and a half years ago attar 33 years with Continental Baking Co. Re- cently served at school-crossing guard. Member Holy Name Society, Society at St. Vtncent de Paul, St. Joseph's Ushers Club and the Bakery Salosmenls Union, Local 227. Survivors: wife, Florence E. Brown, Seattle; daughter ,Mrs. Juanlta Webb, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Leonard Cushing, Circle Pines, Mlnn.; five brothers, Pat, MIssoula, Mont.; John, St. Paul, Minn.; Ralph, Owatonna, Minn.; Nick, Wichita, Kas., and Leonard Brown Fairmont, MIn,. and three grandsohs. Burial In Calvary. Manning & Sons. CLAVE, Henry, 72, $520 Campbell PI. S.W,, died Oclober 27. Requiem October 31, Holy Rosary Church. Born in Bor- deaux, France, came to United States In 1912 from South Amorlca and to 5eaNle In 1914. A cabinet maker, he had worked at Frederick and Nelson for 12 years and was part owner of the Northeast Store Equipment Co. from 1939 to 1952. Army veteran of World War I, and member of MIIImen's Union, Local 338. Survivors: wife, Lucia; daughters, Nancy and Louise Clave, both of Seaflle. Burial Holyrood. West Home. IIIIIIIIII!11111111111 • • :'COMPLETE" : RENODELIN6 SERVICE | • Interior, Exterior • Ask Larger Subsidy For German Choir MUNICH, Germany (NC)-- An increase in government subsidies for the boys' choir of Regensburg cathedral is be- ing sought here. Current sub- sidies and receipts from con- cert tours have not been suf- ficient to keep the intemEtion- ally.famous singing group in existence. , George Ferderer, boy, October 22. i NOTICE Nick Lovrovlch, girl, October 22. m •" LEGAL James LeRoy, bay, October 22. Insured - • Joseph Barzar, girl, October 23. • " • Christopher Neagle, girl, Octobor 23. • ReferGn¢e$ • LENHAN & IVERS, David Thomas, girl, October 24. Jack Crowell, girl, Octobor 24. John Sirldakls, boy, October 27. Thoodore Flnk, girl, October 28. James Burnett, boy, October 20. Steven McDanlels, girl, October 30. John lowell, girl, October 31. James Murphy, girl, October 31. McDonald, boy, October 31. Attorneyl 1114 Norton BulldlnB SceNic, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In tho Maffer of the Estate of CHARLES N. SMITH, Deceased. in Probate. No. 167381. Notice of Hsorlng Final Report and Potltlon for Dlldrlbufion. Notice Is hereby given that MARY PAULINE SMITH, Admlnlstratrix of the Estate of CHARLES N. SMITH, has filed in the office of the Clerk at eald Court hr final Report and petition far distri- bution, asking tho Court to sottle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge sold MARY PAULINE SMITH, aS Admln- Istratrlx, and that said Report and peti- tion will be heard on the 2nd day at December, 1964, at 9:30 A. M. at the Court Room at tho Probate Oepartment of sold Court, at which time and place any person Interested In sold Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 21st day of Octabor, 1964. Date of first pabllcotloan November 6, 1964. WALTER W. REN$CHLER, Clerk of sold Court. R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. Deputy. LENIHAN & IVERS, Afforaeys for Estate, 1114 Norton Building, Soaflle, Wash. P--Final 11-18.64 Zero dewn, S years to pay i II • PA 2-4463 • : HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. • IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Serving the Entire North End, Queen Anne Hill, Capitol Hill, and Magnolia, Mercer Island and Bellevue 6870 W00DLAWN AVE. LAkeview 3-2000 SEATTLE J Friday, Nov. 6, t964 THE PPOGRESS--rl CICABI, Mrs. Sybil D., 56, Redmond, died November 2. Requiem November 6 Holy Family Church, Kirkland. Surviv- ors: husband, Pete; daughter, Mrs. Al- bert L. Matt, Redmond; sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Artes, Duvall; Mrs. Grace Peck, KIrkland; mother, Mrs. Sylvia Stebtar, California. DAVIDSON, Mrs. David L., 3617 14th Ave. W. died October 31. Requiem No- vember 3 at St. Margorers Church. Came here 25 years age from O'Don. nell, Tex. Order af Runneberg. Sur- vivors: husband, David L. Dovidson, Seattle; daughter, Frances Bnrrow and son, John W. Bnrrow, both of Seattle; three sisters, Mrs. R. E. Taylor, iSan Antonio, Tex.; Mrs. Eugene • Newsom, Klngsland Tex.; ancl Mrs,.Art Plum- mar, San Angelo, Texg; O  brother, Charles G. Edwards, San Antonla, and two grandchildren. Burial in Holyrood. Manning & Sons. DeBELS, Mrs. Maurl¢e, 71 3401 15th Ave. S., died October 26. Requiem Octo- ber 30, at St. Peter's Church• Born In Belgium, Mrs. DeBels come ta Seattle 56 years ago. Surviving are her hus- band, Maurice; a daughter, Mrs. Law- rence O'Neill, and two ,lsfer;, Nrs." Paul Grossie and Mrs. Edgdr Grossle and Mrs. Edgar Bylngton-, all of Seat- fie; a brother, John Stuyts, Belfalr, Mason County, and four grandchildren. Burial in Holyrood. DONNELLY, Joseph C., 1156 Tenth Ave. E., died October 30. Requiem No- vember 2 at St. Patrick's Church• Born in Butte, Mane. President of Perfection Machinery Co., a laundry-equipment firm. In 1930 opened the Ford Molar Ca. branch here. Two years later he became manager at Century Brewery. Moved ta Detroit In 1936 and lived there five years. He hod operdted Perfection Machinery since 1941. Survivoi"s: hs wife, Ella M; a daughteJ', MrS. L. G. KIrkman, Seattle, and five grandctfl- dren. Burial in Holyroad: Eonney-Wat- son. DONOHOE, Clara, formerly resided at Malloy Apts., 4337 15th Ave. N.E., died October 28. Requiem October 30 Blessed Sacrament, Survivors: brother, Edmund Grady, San Diego, CaHf. four granddaughterS, Sandra and CandYce Zapp, Betty Mercier, and Helen Zapp Martin, all of Seattle. Member of Third Order at St. Dominic. Eooth-A6hmore Mortuary. Interment Holy Cross Cemo- tory, Calma, Calif. Seattle RATIGAN, Joseph A., 63, 323 15th Ave., died October 29. Requiem Novem- ber 3 at Immnculate Church. Born [n Denver, he had rived here most at his life. Employee of W. R. Sessions Plumb- Ing Co. and P. E. Harris Cannery at False Pass, Alaska. Retired In 1960. Plumbers & Pipe Fitters Union, Local 32, Survivors: wife, Dora; three daugh. lers, Mrs. Earl Gibson, Mrs. John Prehm and Mrs. Lawrence Loyton; six sisters, Alice Ratigan, Mrs. Helen Le Claire, Mrs. August Ebert, Mrs. Agnes Aamodt, Mrs. Richard Wlnters and Mrs. Thomas Denley; and two brotber, Archlo and James Ratlgan, air nf Seattle, and eight grandchildren. Burial in Hotyraod. Columbia Funeral Hqme." UBATTINO, Lulgl J., 7S, 1001 Fifth Ave..N., d*ed October 26, Requiem October 30 at Sacred Heart Church.' Mr. Rubafflno, native of Itoly. Was retired truck driver, and enme ho{e 53 Yea:s ago from Genoa, Italy. Survlvlfig are his wife, Maria; a son, Edward Rubat- tlno; two daughters, Mrs. Keittt GIlles- pte and Mrs. Lean Dover, and a brolher, Ralph Rubalflno, all of Seattle; anothor broth'or and a sister in Italy, and two grandchildren. Burial in Holyroad. STARK, Alvin J., 52, .died Ootober 26. -Requiem October 29," St. ,JosepWs Church, Born In Seattle, graduated from O'Dea High School. Had been assistant manager of Watson.Hall Fuel Co. past year. "Had been manager Of Eastern • Fuo (:o; Was a founder "of Assembly Club end member of Holy Name So- ciety and the Oil Fuel Dealers' Associa- tion. Surviving are his wife, 'Betty; a ddughter, Pamela Stark; three sons, James, Mark end Chris Stark and hls mother, Mrs. Vera Stark, all at Seattle, and leo grandchildren. 'Bu'rToI Ire Hly- YOod, under direclion of, Mgnning !& Sons. STOCKINGER, Max, 79, of 48,11 35 Ave. "S.W,, died OctobelT 28, Requiem October 31, Holy Rosory Church. No- 'live of Germany• Came to Seattle ;45 ':years' ago. Was retired aircraft' sheot metal worker. Survivors: wife, Betty; daugllter, Mrs. Leo Goldade; .an, Harry, both at SeetHe; sons Max, Au- burn; Paul, Tacoma; Meter, MrS. Grace Brenk, San Francisco; brother, Willlam, KIngman, Ariz.; sister and two broth- ers In Germany; 17 grandchildren, 7 great-grandchildren. Burlal Holyraod. Manning & Sons. Seattle DOYLE, Richard J., 70, 1217 SW 116th St. Died October 31. ,Requiem .Novem- ber 4 Holy Family Church. Born In Langdan, N.D, Came to Seattle 1'/ '/ears ago. Retired railroad amp oyee Surviv- ors: wife, Mary; daughter, Mrs, Eetty Russell, East Grand Forks, Mlnn.; brothers, John and James Doyle, both In Saskatchewan; sisters, Mrs. Law- renco $chmldt, Lampmon, Sask,; and Mrs. Arthur Gosse, Eurnaby, B.C. Bur- lal followed. ION, F. J. (MIckeyb 78, died October 26. Requiem October 28, St. Joseph's Church. Born in Paris, Ontario, Llged In Seattle 45 years. In his youth was professlonal lacrosse player In Toronto, Vancouver, B.C. and NeW Wlitmln,fer, B.C. Became a referee in old Pacific Coast Hockey League : In 1912." Later moved East where he was referee:In. chief tar National Hockey League. In 1948 was appointed supervisor of ref- erees for Pacific Coast Hockey League. Mr. Ion later suffered from diabetes and both legs were amputated. Sur- viving is a brother, Austin C. ion, Lon- don, Ontario. Burial at Calvary under direction of Bonney-Watson Mortuary. LAIGO, Mr. PIo M., 67, at 39,21 Wh'Jb man Ave. N., died October 27.,Requiem Oclobor 31 at ,St. Benecllct'a Crtof'ch. Mr. Lalgo was born In rPhlllpplnes. Taught school before coming to Sedtfle In 1924. Later he was lumber worker, merchant seaman and electrician for The Boeing Co. from 1946 to 1959. He was member at the Aero Mechanics' Union and the Bauanglnlan Club. Sur- vWors: wife, Librado; two daughterS, Elizabeth and Elplne Lalgo; two broth- ers, MarJano and Lean Laigo, aad a sister, Theadora Lalgo, all of Seattle, Burial in Halyread. Bonney-Watsoh. McGRATH, John, 711, of Los Angeles, Seattle resident tram ,1910_tO D46, died October 27. Requiem Odobe 31 at. As- sumption Church. Retired actountdnt. Born In Boston, Mass. ,Army veteran of World War II. SurvivorS: daughter, Mrs. WHIlam Toomey SeattJe; sister, Mrs. Edmund Campbell, Roxbury, Mass.; five grandchildren. Burial . Calyary. Manning & Sons. MITCHELL, Dean, 451 dled October 28 In Orlando, Fla. Requiem November 2 at St. Anne's Church. Born In Utica, N.Y., came ta Seattle In 1919. Gradu- ate</ from Queen Anne High $€hool. He later travelled extensively "as an e- poyee of the Convair Aircraft Corp. He lived In TItusvllle, Fla. and worked at Cope Kennedy as o supervisor on tho Atlas missile pro ect for the General Dynamics Corp. Survivors: his wlte, Nina, Titusvtlle; three sons, Gary and Gregg, both of Falrbanks, Alaska, and David Mitchell, with the Navy In Wash- Ington, D.C.; his mother, Mrs. Fred J. Mitchell, Oakland, Calif., and a sis- ter, Mrs. Arthur L. Halg, Seattle. Burial In HolYrood. Manning & Sons. PAMBED, Frank Juaqulen, Redmond, Wash. Died October 22, RequlemHoly Family Church, 704 ={ 120th N.E., Kirk. land. Survivor: grand-daughter, "Mrs, Grace Grospe of Redmond. Butterw0r|h Family Mortuary. PRITZKAU, Carl, 62, 1622 Southern, died November 1. Requiem November 4 Our Lady at Lourdes Church. Surv!v. ors: wife, Ethel; .daughters, Lorane McLellan and LIIo; son, Carl Prltz- kou; also survived by three brothers, five sisters, 13 grandchildren. Burial |n Eagle Butte, S.D. RAGUINDiN, Pedro R., 1801/=i S. Lane. Died October 27. Requiem Octo- ber 31 St. Mary's Church. Bel6ved cousln of Johnny Rabara, Benny and Bernard Ragulndln. Member of Cannery Worker's' Union Local 37. John Ketln Funtral Home. Seattle :. swANsoN, Thomas T.; 481 13246 12m Ave. N.W., dead November 1. Requiem November 4 at Christ the Klflg C'hrch. Born In 'Crosby N,D; Come here in 1945.. DlScharged from ,No.vy ,n 1946. Until" 14 years ago was In real estate then :became title examiner: Membec of Parish Parents' Club, American Legion, and was a neighborhood commlsslonor for :Eoy Scouts. Survivors wife', Mil- dred; leo sons, R chard T. and.Wayne R. Swanson; and two daughters, harl- ; A. and Janet M. Swanson, aH of • home; hts mother, Mrs.. Elizabeth Swanson; and a slstor, Helen E. Swan. son, both af SeetHe. Burial inHqly. rood. Hoffner's Ftsher.Kalfus.. .UICI.CH, Mrs. George,:88, 2i Fnk. Iln Ave., died October- 30. ,R*KIUklm Noverber 2 at St. PhtrlCk' Churi:h. Born : In - Austria, Came: to 'SedNle In 191)6. Flrst husband, Domlnl¢ Budnlck, died In 1919. Second husband, Geare Ulclch, 'died In 1943. Survlvors! daUgho ter, Mrs. Mary Cizin; six sons, Domlnlc, Anthony, John, August, Louis and Jo- seph Eudntck, all of SeattJe; tlvo grand. children and two great.grondchlldrea. Burial In Calvary. Banney.Wafloo. . . :. ,, Vancouver ' ' • APRMIS, Minerva A. 61,' died Oct0. bet" 26: Requiem October 30 .'John Church." Born In Kansas ond Jived n Vancouver the past two miIths at 10814 ,N.E. 87th Ave. Prlor to, thls she was a resident of Newark, .N.J. Hamilton Mynah Funeral Home. ,srltebvre fauroee,, USF Honor Roll Includes Local Grads. SAN FRANCISCOTe-Pt. ident's" Honor Roll for :,193.64 at the University Of San-Fn- cisco includes four graduates from Seattle Prep and one |rom Bellarmine High School. They are Roger L. Fritz, Royal. B. Martin, Michael . O'Connell and Patrick E. Pres- entin,. Ell of Seattle; and Philip W, BertEnetti of TacomE. ,, , ", ...... i" *: :' ,- , Hoffner's FISHER-KALEUS " FUNERAL- HOME Serving Cafholicrmmille= For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS :PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 36fh ..... Seattle .GEORGE HOFFNER" Owner "i I ii i i u ........ I II John Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Owned nd Operated . 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3'1234 z. th, H,.. o ! ,h, Meaicot Ce.t. " ...... . .'" Z:. I IJl III II II I "'J' Hamilton-Mylan Funeral Home, PAUL L. MYLAN, Director Especially. Equipped for Catholic Funerals.-  ..... 302 W, 11th e ,Vancouver' " OX.4:2537"