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CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME. 2-4333. RES. SU. 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 A-- CARPET WORK I. RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. RAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CONTRACTING HOMES FOR SALE HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to S years to pay: PA 2-4463 OPEN HOUSE COLONIAL BUILT INS & FRPLCE $16,600 $400 DOWN New and ready to move into upon ap- provcfl of credit. Built for the grow- ing family. 3 bedrooms finished on the lower level. A deluxe tile vanity bath. Step-saving kitchen with loads of birch cabinets, Formica counters, range and oven. Dining room has slid- ing glass doors. Guest size living room has open stairway to 2nd level which is ready to finish into 3 more bedrooms. Family room and bath. Lo- cated just blocks from parochial and public school All improvements are in and paid for. Will consider trade of your smaller home. Call on Ad No. L693. PR 6_2154 OR drive out highway 99 to 212, turn right to 58th west, house number Is 22502. L. P. MARTIN INC. ' r I St. Lukes HEAP BIG TEEPEE 6 BR'S $21,950 2 BATHS FULL BASMT FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Here's looking at-- NO, not at you after all. Who could blame you for casting your optics on the greatest home value in this century. Words cannot describe this huge family home. Built especially for Mothers, with Its abundance of rooms, t is a dream to maintain. This 4-BEDROOM Modified Coloniel ATTACHED GARAGE Plus Detached Garage And Shod EASY TERMS $14.600 Immaculately kept 4-bdrm. home In age- less Enghsh style. Situated within easy conlmutlng distance of Boeing plants, Seattle-Tacoma Airport, shopping and schools Featuring cheerful living room with a brick fireplace setting a tone of friendly warmlh, ideal kitchen and breakfast area that makes meal prep- arations a breeze, separate utility room wired ana Mumbed for auto- nlatics with a handy laundry tray. 2 spacious bedrooms an main level, 3rd and 4th bedroom upstairs (:Ire loaded with built-lns. Large attached garage with overhead storage. There is an at- tractive autbuilding off the alley that consists of a garage and workshop, hobby area with bulltdn bar.b.q, A velvety lawn covers the level, well Pray for them... In Memoriam I TM O the charity of your asses and prayers are com- mended the souls of the fol- lowing departed priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Ralph M. Fontaine, S.D.S., died Nov. 14, 1943. Renfon BRUNETTEt Charles, 622 G. Place. Requiem November 8 St. Anthony home must be seen to appreciate its drained lot masterfully landscaped with Church. Survivors: w lf e, Edwina; FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, 1st "(jAA outstanding value. If you can Imagine flowers, shrubs and full grown trees, daughter, Mrs. Palmer Aasand; father, gaffers and downspouts, Asbestos and lust one minute; some of the out- Our exclusive, call CH 3-1550. George, .Renton; brothers; A I v I n, composition siding. Free estimates, standing values: Large carpeted living Souh Enc Brokers inc. Elmer, William, James and Vernon, Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. room, formal dining room, gorgeous CA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place ST. JOHN'S--$I3,500 kitchen with large eating area, 6 bed- 11036 - 1st Ave. S all Renton; Raymond, Minnesota; roams, 2 baths, completely finished A.skoJ-roprescrltotive about -- Louis, Maple Valley, and Clarence, 3 blocks to the church and school, 2 rec. room. (knotty pine). Large no- PFPs Exchange-A Plan" Utah; sisters, Mrs. Florence Mathleson, blocks to COMPLETE shopping, one live lot. Separate children's playhouse. - Mrs, Wallace Slavlck, Renton; Mrs. block to trolley. Absolutely SPARK- Fenced. Londscaaed, Sewers. Walk to Trade your old house Into the "Home Louis Claymore, Mrs. IsabeHe Magnon, LING throughout, beautiful interior school. Close to shopping. In a much of your dreams." Minnesota; Mrs. Die DeBerry, Oregon. with FOUR btg, sunny bedrooms, belier than overage neighborhood. It Stokes Mortuary. guest dining room, formica cabinet is a clnch to be sold in a hurry. Can i L KJsJe City kitchen with nook. Garage on paved now on ad No. 2020 . . . Picture Floor alley, clean basement with lots of Plans Inc., 18332 Aurora Ave. I TORTILLAS play space, auto. oil furnace. $450 Seattle or LESS down! Mutual Realty, Inc., Li 2-3J84 or MU 2-6860 LA MEX, CANA Mexi-Cntessen 7719.15th NW. SU 3-6677. 0Dn 943616th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 CEPPERO, Catherine S., 81, died Nov. ST JOSEPH'S 4 B R'S ,o Hollywood, Calif. Requiem Novem. FOR RENT " ber 8 Sacred Heart Church. Born in .,, I NEW ON MARKET 3 Bedrooms (I Floor) Genoa, Italy. Came to the United States ASSEMBLY HOTEL R R arrSonl child and resided at Black Ola. under new management. Redecorated. An excellent family home In a much ec. earn before moving to Seattle. Surviv- Clean. Warm rooms. Near St. James wanted area of befler homes on level ors: son, Dr. Leon L. Ceppero, Glen- Coatmhe,, ..t, pensioners wel street. 4 corner bedrooms. Full base- 2 BATHS ,Lee. Fenced Vcrd dnle. Calif.; sister. Mrs. Mary Bognl, .r,( m,oOnSPl OulS.. " mont. New furnace. A real buy at Seattle. Manning & Sons Funeral Home ". ...... "" -- ...... $12 225 with a low down payment Mr $1 3 BARNARD, Mrs. Eric, (Mary Belle), uz, Mnalson -- na ....... _ Manca EA2-5251 90 71, 6278 20th Ave. N.E., died November :PACIOUS 4 bedroom upper duplex t MERLEN J MOORE CO I 00PPI00--RqkAT A lewel of a ...... deled h .... with 2. Reauiem November ' Assumation odernlzed, sun deck, partly furnished, 1405 tSth East EA 5.4000l mlxml..v t./.,Jiv=t lovely paneled Rec. Room. 3 twin Church Burial Calvary. Born In Seat- near everyth ng, 2 blocks St. A phonsus., --- -;.- , ...-;. ....... I sized bedrooms, lovely manicured tie and soent all her life here. Sur- Ideal for family with teenagers or shore ,. J I- J k-L) ,(..,,  l $]1 800 fenced yard with Breezeway between rivers: husband, Eric, and six grand- rental, reasonable rent according to! d-.,i/', r'/'.' k /kl ' house and detached garage. Walk fo children. Bleilz Funeral Hpme. number in party. SU4-7179. )z't'UU L.)k,.,.)VV JJ / oil schools, city bus ana shopping. ROOM IN PRIVATE HOME, Private "T UL\\;',J',.J=VD,.J [ r-'k i bath, private entrance. Half block to I "Complefelv Furnished I - MAGNUS, Posen, 70, 3825 171h Ave. bus. 4 blocks to Greenlake. I4S. LAI ONLY'$12,g50  nut lone" panelling. Guest size living Picture Floor Plans s. w., died November S. Requiem 3.6995. [ FURNISHED ROOM FOR LADY Pleasant, clean "family" home In and dining rooms. Cheerful log-size ....... November 10 Holy Rosary Church. En- block St. Joseph's. Share kitchenette, excellent condition lhru-out, w/w fireplace. ull daylight basement with NO. BROADWAY DIST. tombment Holyrood. Born In Yugo- slavia. Went to Portlan Ore., at 15 Elect. trig.; phone; laundry. $30 month. I carpets, range, refrigerator, bedrm, garage. Just $200 down--NO CLOSING Do YOU have a growing family who and came to Seattle 34 years ego. Was EA 5-5379. suites, living and dining room sets COSTS. at 578.80 month. Call now. would enjoy LIVING UP oil the fine commercial fisherman most of his FURNISHED ROOM. GENTLEMAN. all included. Full bsmt., new AC oil LA 5-6l i6 BEST'S, INC. features of this quality built home? ife. Member of the Croatian Fraternal Close bus, restaurants. Homelike, pleas- heat. Just listed and first time ad- Then see this 11 room brick house Union. Survivors: wife, Mary; sister, aht. Roosevet dstrct. LA3-5898. vertised. Call ME2-4200, Marie Moss OUR LADY OF THE LAKE with full basement. Hot water heat, Mrs. JJvanna Matulic, San Pedro, and Rlty., 1716 N. 451h. double plumbing. Localed among fin- anolher sister in Yugoslavia. West NEW DAYLIGHT BASEMENT -- split est homes in CHOICE neighborhood Home Chapel. FURNITURE 3 BEDROOMS ,eve, entry tO large living room with near the new St. Patrick's church ann raised hearth fireplace. 2nd fireplace Seward School. A terrific buy 01 LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the $l0 DOWN In recreation a .... 3 bedrooms, plus $21,500. Col Mrs. S .... y, AT3-2989 Eastside. Open Friday evening. "Free room for 4th, Double plumbing, with eves. McKILLOP, Daniel P., 80, 346 16th Ave. E., died Oct. 30. Requiem No- deliverY", Credit. CLOSE IN 3r plumbing roughed in. Doub'e dO-  NrRA_ REALTY vember 3 St. Josenh Church. Burial RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE room VIEW of I eke ann C-:" '_eL.e: TU. 5-1378 Redmond $ J 2,950 frOrnCRAWFORDSundeck S24,500--see& CONOVERtdeYtINC. 121 Mercer AT 4-1515 asCalvarY'a waslrelond'a retiredCameboiler-here Handy to bus, schools, shopping -- a maker, Member of the Holy Name HELP W&NTED , smnrt3 bedroom rambler styled home, 8040 3,th Ave. NE LA3-5555 IMPERIAL East ......... no lar Society. Survivors: wife, Mary V.;  j t ge, but with a lot of Iiveability sons, Dr. Emmett McKillop, Kirkland, n Irk x for a low sale price low down pay and full time wome ce s. E - ' " EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT and Paul J. McKillop, Seattle; daugh- perlence desirable. Local Catholic lent. and low monthly payments. Sit- Finished homes ready to move into ter, Sister Mary Jean Eloise, SNJN, _llnnlv D V BOX "K" hel uaTea on an extra largo lot end con LEGAL NOTICES ..... store. Rel, to T " now. Visit the furnished show houses, Portland, Ore., ann five grandchildren. Prgress'fllOL PRESS ! nected tO sewers too Home features Open Daily. l0 a.m. 'lil 9 at n ght Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. , large living room with (free) wall tc T " Coil SH 6-922], Prestige Homes, Inc. Now has soles positions open, for the wall carpeting, plenty of dining and complete Catholic Home Library. For: I storage space, lust 7 years young, our ALEXANDER L. CAIN POLOS, Mrs. Thomas (CntherineL exclusive, call CH 3-1550. Attorney for Estate, $8, 8257 16th Ave. N.E., died November further Ifnormatlon call Slg. Schuster, LEGAL NOTICES EM 4-7482. l South End Brokers Inc. 918 Joseph Vance Building 3. Requiem November 6 St. Catherine Seattle, Wash. Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Ogden, CHOIR DIRECTOR 11036-15t Ave. S. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Iowe Came here 53 years ago. Was tar Catholic Church. i $00 DN Slnte of Washington for the County of THEODOREP, CUMMINGS supervisor of the training table for Reply to Box "M" the Progress. , King. Attorney the University of Washington Huskies, lTED--Housekeeper for a one priest; Survivors: husband, Thomas, and sister, In the matter of the estate of LESTER 1008 Olympic Nat'l. Bldg. In Central Washington. Reply ONLY $450 CLOSING COSTS F. BORST, Deceased. In probate No. Seattle, Wash. Mrs. Morguerlte Toban, both of Seatlle. to Progress box "W". 12 bedrooms plus front room and din- 168898. Notice to creditors. N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home, C-OOK---forS(sJer',-:oE;en-t--Iive In o--I:'ing combination with fireplace. Full! Notice Is hereby given that the under- 1 State of Washinglon for the CountY out. Box "S'. ibasement..Prlvnte back yard, Ideal St.,signed has been appointed and has qual- I of King. . , Anne s location. Close to bus nnd shop. Ified as admlnlstratrlx at the estate oft n the mntter of the estate of FRANK ROSSh Tolli, 54, 4914 Carson Ave. MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE ,ping. Ask tar Mrs. Sawyer, AT3-8857. Lestor F. Borst. Deceased; that all per- J. ABDO, Deceased. n Probate No. S., died November 3. Reauiem No. AVERBECK REALTY I sons having clalms agalnst said deceased 16895S. Notice ta creditors. BIKES, TRIKES; TRADE-INS ACCEPT-; AT 4-5500 !are hereby required to serve the some, I Notice is hereby given that the Under- ED. Parts and repair. Rent Auto .......................... duly verJfi(td, on said admlnistrdtrix or1 signed has bee appointed and has Washer $1 week, (so. end). Used Wash. l ' T | (lpl--l j her attorney of"record at the address be-) quolihed as Executrix oftbo be,ate of and dryer parts. MIKE'S by 14th Ave.] ,,.s. v v,. t ,..s I low stated, and file the same with the  Frank J, Abdo, Deceased; that all per- South Bridge. Near Boeing No. 2. i ,4 J' r) lr- i Clerk at said Court, together with proof sons havmg claims against said de- 8442 Dallas Ave. S. PA3-2605.  l"  J ."I of such-.servlce within, six months after ceased " hereby required to serve ' "  date of'first publication of this notice, the same duly verified, on sad Execu- NURSING HOME See this very fine family home today, or .the some will be barred, trix or her attorney of record at the ! Convenient to church, ))us end shop. Date of first publication Nov. 2, 1962. address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of eald Court, together : STUBBINGS NURSING HOME = ping. 4 full bedrooms. Double plumb- BIRDIE BORST., with proof at such service within six "a,,or" , .,c opera.=u''" I ing. Full basement Low down payment, l Admln}stratrlx of said estate, "   I assume FHA For more information 918 Jos h Va uil In months after the date of first publlea* -rv.e ........ . ' el) nee B d g lion of this notice, or the same wlll +,to tl J ,o call Mary Bracelin EA3-8717 Sea le Washln ton h v .............. ' ' tl , g be barrdd. 1732-161 A e. EA. 3-ltCLIFTON ALBR GHT RLTRS. ALExANDER'L CAIN " . Date of first publicanon Oct. 26. 1962. ---"GEEONSCE-E--I 1550 OLIVE WAY EAS-0700i Attorney fdr Estate, AILEEN I ABDO SULLIVAN, Charles E., 79, died Nov. NURSING HOME -'-- 918 Joseph Vance Building Executrix of sold Estate 3. Requiem November 7 St, James Ca- "Private and Semt-Prvate" / J(,,JJ-JJ-'l ) ISeaOl'Wash 1008 Olympic Nat'l. Bldg. thedral. Burial Calvary. Born n Com- State L c No 297 I .... " . . l F n(f:ub| cat on, Nov 16 1962 Seattle, Wash. bridge, Mass. Came here tn 1915. Es- I= ? 7';7q I ATTraellve  oearoom name in area of ; ' " ," - " ' THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, tablished his florist shop In 1929. Former lee homes. 1/2 baths New forced i ' 'JOSEPN A' MOSCHETTO Attorney for Estate, boxing commissioner and served on the ..' mlmnAMAmm I H/W heating plant. New' roof. Close to r :" Anorney'for Estate, 1008 Olympic Nat'l. Bldg. Municipgl Civil Service Commission. I , ralob I transportation. Shopping and schools. $63 Olympic National But d ng, Seattle, Wassh. Former director el the Seattle Ralnlers ................. For detatls cal Mrs Murphy EA 2. I Seatt Wash Fine publication Nov. 9, 1962. oaseball club. Member of the Elks and LIND middle aged person would like 27 0 ' ' ' Eagles, Washington Alhlettc Club, Italian N'Cr,T r-, , ,r-n .r, IN THE SUPERIDR COURT OF THE "assistance In reading and typing from VJ and 101 Clubs. Former vice presldenl of retired person or student. John Werth, ' r'INl [J. MILLr'K. link.,. [ State of Washington for the County of MA4.0210. 3817 N.E, 45th LA2-56261 Klng. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS the King Cuunty Humane Society. Sur- ..... Attorney tar Estale vivlng is a sister, Mrs. Catherine Me- - -- V C\\;A/ D IF'_r" In the moiler of the estate of EMIL Carthy, Cambridge, Mass. Bonney-Watsan IL. VV i\\; i L.L. [ PLUMBERS FALL Deceased. In probate No, t69020, 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Funeral Home, $1,200 DOWN, BAL at $150 Me i Notice to cred tars ,-,,v, PLUMBING &HEATING I S fu t Notice Is hereby given that the under- N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE i R SERV ,.,E ........ signed has been appointed and has qual- Radiant Heating... Retail Store J (2 upstairs, 2 main floor), 2 BATHS. State of Washfngton for the County Fu ............. Ifled as executor of the estate of Emil of King. LEGAL NOTICE L. G. MASSART & SONS ConleyUn[/5-.. garage. ,Oll Mrs. Fall, Deceased; that all persons having In the Matter of the Estate of CECEL- 4501 9th Ave N W SU 3-6850 rq' o '(- t.[ r, r j claims against said deceased are hereby A HARVEY, Deceased. In Probate. , ' ' " ,narles & ,ybll onley ' required to serve the same duly verified, JI/I=VIIM &Mh n&nl .ERVlCEi s511 NE 65th - L,a5-9250'on said executor or his attorney of rec- No. 169278. Notice to creditors. is that the under- OFFICIAL NOTICE I2Y_Z--'S--2 --7------- lord at the address below stated, and file Notice hereby gwen DO&-TV ...... I Laure,nursf I the same wilh the Clerk of Said court, signed has been appointed and has quail. ClTATI ...... .r ...... th o ch vl with ,fled os Administrator at the estate at EDICTAL ON "Member t =dward's Porfsh" I $5,000 DOWN Itoge er with pro f of su ser ce " CeceHa Harvey, Deceased; that all per- In Re Nullity of MorMage SMITH vs.  ' 1172 t3 Bedrooms( 2V2 baths, dbl. garage. A! In six months after the date of first publl- sons having claims against said deceased .... " beautifulW kept home, Call Mrs. Con.tcaflon of this notice, or the same will be VACUUM CLEANER SERVICE Charles  S mi "" I Date of first publleation. Oct, 26, 1962 are hereby required to serve the same ley, LA5-9250. barred, duly verified, on said Admlnlsfrator or yDl L, onle his attorney of record at the address J 5511 Y ..I PHILLIP PATRICK MAHER Dolow stated, and file the same with the 12 99 Tom McEIroy NE 6th LA S-92ou ..................... i Executor of said Estate, Clerk at said Court, together with proof HOOVER & all .other vacuums. Free t 7714.37th Avenue South of such service wlthin six months offer pickup and delivery. Free delivery of  Seattle, Wash. the date of first publication at thls nolice, bags and Ports. JOSEPH A. MOSCHETTO or the same will be barred, EDITH DIETZMAN be and Is hereby 1032 N,E. 62nd LA 2-4671 Attorney for Estate, Date of first publication November 2, cited by edict under penalty of odludica- 563 Olympic National Bulldlng, 1962. , w00/'a i t'can Editor Seattle, Wash. BERNARD HARVEY, lion In her absence to appear In person Final publication, Nov, 9, 1962. Administrator of said Estate. or by oroxy before the undersigned at a hearing to be held at the Chancery 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. JOSEPH A. MOSCHETTO Seattle, Wash. Office, 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle Z on C A torno for Estate THEODORE P CUMMINGS the 21st day of November a! 2:00 p.m. t y , " ' then and there to show cause, if any, alls ,,, o,yt,:.,, :tlonalwash.Bultdlng, AttorneY1008 Olymplctr EstateNat,i 'Bldg. why the Court should not decree the I nullity of the said marrlnge according lo Seattle Wash Materialism ., THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ^^A "'= " ,the petition on file. State of Washington for the County of "'F """" " .... I WITNESS my hand, with the seal of inal NOV Ie ly62 Total "'eresy'l'l King. --"\\; ......... - ,the Court afflxed, this 9th. ddy at NOvel- In the matter of the estate of PHILLIP , tber 1962. TORRE, Deceased. In probate NO. Vat,can Rnd,n ; Secretary ROME, Nov. 7 (NC) -- Rat- 160t4. Notice to creditors. = ............ (Rev.) WHliam Treaoy Notice Is hereby given that the under- RIm'F,.e.e. 1=. |1  Final publication November 16, 1962. monde Mazzini, editor of l'Os- signed has been appointed and has qual- IIt/llkelWlOSl /li Ikeellle Q Ifted as executrix of the eslate of philip VATI"(AN r'IT' (Drlln Nr" ewatore Romano, told the Torte, Deceased; that oll persons having V--: ....... : . ...... , ,,, claims against said deceased are hereby  ahcan Radio will broadcast Rome Rotar Club that Cam- I required to serve the some duly verified,  dilv 15.mlm]t, nrnorm fn __heresy" on sold Gloria Terrlle or her attorney ---'- .'- ....... -- r-- ...... munism is "total a of record at the address below stated, tne u.b. in Enghsh durmg the because it rejects the faith to- I and file the same with the Clerk of the S e c o n d Vatican Ecumenical Court, together with proof of such ser-  .t  ," .... ," tB11y, vice within six months after the date of OUnCll. 1he Droaacas[s. wmcn first publication of this notice, or the he, an October ]2 take n]ace at At the same time, the ecLitor same will be barred, o , . r Dale of first publication, Oct. 26, 1962. ]:05 p.m. ome time (4:05 of the Vatican City daily said I GLORIA TERRILE p.m. PST) on 41.38 and 31.01 materialism is "a tacit heresy" E0uratxl c l:hwEstatout h meter bands or 7,250 and 9,075 which is no less dangerous Seattle, Wash.  " ' kilocycles. )than Communism, ince it "re- JOSEPH . MOSCHETTO jeets the appeal of the spiritual Attorney for Estate, 2-lb. 1.17 World." 1563 Olympic National Building, - ........ I Seattle, Wash. une (,!111 I$ All tar 6-oz. Instant 79" Manzini made three fecal- / Final publication Nov. 9, 1962 .......... .omplete Ileotlng ervice mendations October 23 to jour- McMAHON, WEBSTER & OROWN mmm m mine RALPH S nalists ccvering the Vatican I Attorneys J'IIJI I council. He warned first against J S005eattle,John Wash.Street .... ,oo 00u00an,z00.00n o, ,. ........ SELECT FOODS State of Wash ngton for the County of LKVlLI. the Council meetin by giving O m; Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong rms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own der patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, ip "l'hy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle SWEENEY, Harry A., 75, 709 N. g4th, died Oct. 30. Requiem November 2 St. John Churcll, Burial Calvary. Born at Jackson, Mich, Cnrne here n t917. Was a treighl claim agont tar the Great Northern Railway. Member of the Great Northern Veterans As- sociation. Survlvors: wife, Mrs. Edllh Sweeney, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. G. W. O'Leary, Los Angeles, end M, rs, Marie Dorand, Long Beach, Calif., and brothers, Clarence Sweeney, Seattle, and Charles Sweeney Los Apgcles, Haf- fner's Flsher-Kalfus Funera= Home. TRAVERSO, Ferdinand, 56, 1016 S. Sullivan St., died Nov. I, Requiem November 3 Our Lady o| Louroes Church. Entombment HolyrooC Mau- smeum. Born In Ravensdalc. Came here 50 years ago. Had been truck arlver. Survivors: wifc, Celia; son, Ferdinand L.; daughter, Mrs, Anita Sullivan ; sister, Mrs, Jennie Celia; steaslster, Mrs. Lena Medico, al Seattle, a broth- er in Italy and four grondclllldren. Georgetown Funeral Home, Stanwood VonMOOS, Joseph N., 62, died Nov. S. Requiem NOV. 8 ImnlacuInte Con- ceation Church. Native of Switzerland. Came here in 1933. Survivors: wife, ROSy; three daughters, Mrs. Rose Mary Edwards, Stanwood; Mrs. Ger* trude Cunnlngham, Vashon Island and MISS Margarel VonMoos, Seatlle; three sons, Joe, Moan1 Vernon, Paul, Sfan- wood and Waiter, Seattle; 14 grand- children: brother, Kort, Conwav; 1we sisters and two halfbrothers Iv Swilzer. land. Tiffany Gunderson Funeral Home. Tacoma BARNES, Frank F., 89, 1430 S. 54th St., died Oct. 30. Reaulem Nov. 3 Visitation- Church. Burial Calvary. Native of Morouette, Mich, lived here 43 years. Retired freight supervisor for the Northern Pacific Rat[way Co. Survivors: two daughters. Teresa at home and Mrs. Richard A. Jo]lnson, Tacoma; son Milton E., Seattle; sister, Mrs. F. M. Metcalfe, St. Paul, /Ainn.; two brothers, Edward H St. Paul one Herbert A., Br, ooklyn, N. .; t0 grana- children and 21 great - grandchildren. Piper Funeral Home. BRIGHT, Edwin A,, 46, 3117 N Cheyene St., died in a fire Nov. 1 Requlerrt Nov. 3 Holy Cros ChurNs. Burial Calvary. Born in Seallle ana lived here 45 years. Employed by The FOSS Launch and Tug Co. Member of the Inland Boatmen's Union of the Pacific. Survivors: two doughters, Mrs, Colene Osborne, Concord, Calif., and Helen DeFehr. Tacoma; aunt and uncle, Mr. ond Mrs, Ruby Mvhan, Tnc- omn; five grandcI1ildren. Gotfney Fun- eral Home. CECICH, Morion, 72, former Tncoma resident, dted Oct. 31. Reoulem Nov. 5 St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Yugos]avin. SurvJvors: sister, Mrs. Tillle Domigon, Chicago; two brothers, Joseph and NIcholns of Yugoslavia and a neplew, Ivan, Chicago Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. DOWLIN, Mrs. Merton R. (Mary Grace), 53, 520 N K. St,, died Dct. 31. Requiem Nov. 5 Visilation Church. Burlal Calvary. Native of Silvcrton, Colo. Came to Washlngton In 1941. Liv- ed on McNeil Island until 1948 wnen vember 6 St. George Church. Burial she moved to south Tacoma, Librarian Cnlvnry. Born In Yonkers, N. Y. Came for Marmton Library and active in here 51 years ago. Was a machinist Legion of Mnry enid Fatima groups. and hod worked at tie Mutual Machine :Membe of Beta Phi Alphn, Eta Sigma Shop for 25 years. Affended St. George's Phi and Kappa Delta P and St. Mar- and the old Broadway High Schools. fin Mothers Club. Survivors: husband Member of the Machinists' Union and and a .son, David R., both of Tacoma. Sons of Italy. Survivors: wife, Jeanette; Piper Funeral Hale. two daughters, Renee and Kathleen Rossi, both at home; three sisters, Mrs. Arthur Reiehle, Mrs. John Zipp and Mrs. Sylvia Helder and two broth- MALONEY, T, Emmett, 65, 1001 N. ers, Joseph and John Rossi, all at Yoklmo Ave., died Oct. 31. Requiem Seattle. Georgetown Funeral Home. Nov. 3 St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary, Born In Chicago. Lived here since 1912. Retired traveling freight agent for Hwaukee Road. Member of Holy Name Satiety, Knights of Columbus, Tacoma Elks and Bellarmlne Boosters Past .president of Tacoma Transportation Club nnd ife member of Longwew Transportation Club. Sur- vivors; wife. Elizabeth; son, Patrick R., Sacramento, Calif., two sisters, Mrs. B. Chester Enderl, Gosquet, Calif., and Mrs. Douglns R, Dyckman, Tacoma; two grandchildren end two nieces and a nephew Gaffney Funeral Home. MILKIEWlCZ, Ignace (John), 79, 1748 Jefferson Ave., died Nov. 4. Requiem Nov. 7 St. Joseph Church. Burial Calvary. Native of Potand, Lived here 50 years coming from Car- bonado. Retired coal miner. Survivors: tour nieces, Mesdames Helen Camp- bell, Frances Steiner, Ann Hallott and Steghanle Bandza. all. of Ohio. Cassedy an Allen Mortuary. DIETZMAN, Robert Bruce Smith hay- RICKERT, Mrs. Marvin A. (Emily Ing filed a petition for an ecclesiastical T.b 47, 8703 Dolly Madison St., died decree of nullity in the case of his Nov. I. Requiem Nov. 5 St. Rite marriage with EDITH DIETZMAN con- Church, Burial Calvary. Survivors: hus- tracted on September 14, 1957, whose band: daughter, Pamela Jo; son, present address is unknown. Byron; two sisters, Mrs. Frank Barge, NOTICE iS HEREBY GtVEN that the an Jose, Ca,it, and Mns. Joe Gulick, Court has made an Order requiring Lakewood; two brothers, Albert Spada. fore, Tacoma and Alvin, Seattle; step- mother, Mrs, Joe Romeo, Tacoma. C. C. Melllnger Funeral Home. I RUGS DRY CLEANED The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. Slnoe 1900 I MA3n 3.2957, Dainty Lovely Things For Her CORSETS LINGERIE HOSIERY 4552 UNIVERSITY WAY SEATTLE S ME. 2-0311 King i impl!cations. I A Bleak Future ,n the Matter of tho Estate of JOSEPH! TERRIZZI, Deceased. In Probate. No. INSTAL;'TIONLA Zgth So. & NcClellan At the same time he said 169198. Notice to Creditors. one should avoid entertaining THIS LITTLE BOLIVIAN Notice Is hereby given that the un- Noor Easeball Park PA. 8-3760 dersigned has been appointed and has -,.--,.,--.- a ',disembodied conception" BOY is luckier than most qualified as Executor of the eslate of } of the council in which, by of 5uth America's chil- Joseph Terrlzzl, Deceased; that OII per- Phone PA. 2-0480 !ltllltlttltltlllltllltllllle sons having claims against said , the fact that men are taking dren for he received a mug ceased are hereby required to serve dheel pact, there occurs naturally f liquefied milk P wder same duly vermed' n said Executr thIs attorneys of record ot the addressl  iS+ereo Radio" debates and an expression of and a piece of bread once Clerkbelw stated, and file the same with theot said Court, together with proof  i HAGNOLIA T V SERVICE! varied opinions. He warned a day at a Catholic Relief of such service within six months after particu',ar'y ag,.inst "being Services station. But his therice, dateor thef samet rst pUbwlll catbe of lh s no-9 )! scandalized" by these ex- clothing and shoes are a Date of first publication November ,, I changes of opinion, sight to behold. You can 1962, Frank M. Terrizzi, !1  : Lastly the cditor urged his help clothe him and thou- Executor Of sald Estate. Sales  Service  Renals : listeners to adopt "the long G R I F F I N :* :" view of the councii." He said sands like him by donating 3820 - 38th Avenue South I Seattle, Wosh. it would be wrong to expect wearable used clothing and WALTER E. WEBSTER of ! , U I L O M P A NY : COLOR TV--OUR SPECIALTY that, the moment the council is shoes tO the Catholic Bish- AttorneysMCMAHON'forWEBsTER&BROWNEstate, iLi@liiii : 36S6 34th Ave. W. Seattle AT 2.2 : concluded, there should be im- ops' Thanksgiving Clothing s00 John Stree| 712 ; mediately tanqibl "l,lts. Collection. seattle, Wash F!nnl 11-3-, V :e... , . . e . . el el el Vancouver STRINGER, Blewtord Chase, 75, 103 N.W. AIkf Road, died Nov. 4 Regulem Nov. 7 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Born in La Comb, Ore, Resided In Carson. Wash.. most of his life. Surviv- ors: sister. Mrs. Eva Schmidf, Van- couver, and brother Ed, Redmond, Ore. Hamillon Funeral Home. TURNER, Mrs, Margaret Ethel, S2. Portland, Ore,, formerly of Vancouver, died Oc|. 31. Requiem Nov. S St. James Church, Born In Wilson, Wis. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Kenneth (Leana) Catta, Portland; five grand- children; eight great grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Vancouver Funeral Home. BIRTHS BELLINGHAM  St. Joseph General Hospital reports the foll0wlng btrths to Mr. and Mrs,: Robert FInkbonner, boy, Oct. 30. Charles LusPy, girl, NOV. 4, SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital re- ports the following births to Mr. aad Mrs.: Joseph Trutmann glrl, Oct. 29. Robert Weber. ooy, Oat. 30. Donald Denck]a. boy, net. 30 Charles Eley. glrl, Oct, 3o. Patrick KelW Jr,, girl, Oct. 30. Dan Noult. girl, Oct. 30. Ronald Tucker, girl, Oct. 30. Donald Hamillon. PaY, Oct. 30. Stnnley Egeiand, boy, Oct. 30. Clarence Anderson, glrh Oct. 31. Robert Ba$1ota, glrl, Oct. 31. Albert Ginnelli, girl, Oct. 31. Cliff B]tYeau, twins, boy and girl, Oct. 31. Stephen Thompson, boY, Nov. 1 Frank Gustafson, girl, Nov. 1, Richard Dawson, girl, Nov. 1. Gordon Beyer, boy, Nov. 1. EuIogio Castronuevo, boy, Nov. 2. Dena[d Kowalskl_ boY, Nov. 2. Marko Zitkovich, boy, Nov. 3. William Weber, girl, Nov. 3. Robert Gunderson, girl, Nov. 5. David Martindole, boy, Nov. 5. VANCOUVER, St. Joseph Hoipitol reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: RicharC Finley, girl, Oct, 28. Robert Carlisle, boy, Oct. 29. Richard Brown, boy, Oct, 29. Ivan Smith, glrl, Nov. 2. Melvin Whlsenhunt, boy, Nov. 3. Hans Brune, nay, Nov. 4. Phyllis McGinley, Poe+ess, Receives 'Spiri+' Award NEW YORK, (NC)--Poetess Phyllis McGinley was present- ed with the 1962 Spirit Award nf Merit at the 31st annual dinner of the Catholic Poetry Society D[ America in the Lo- tos Club here. The award is named for Spirit. a magazine of poetry published by the society, and is presented annually to "one who has notably exemplified and advanced the society's pur- poses." Miss McGinley, author of "Love Letters" and other poems, was presented with the medal by John Giltand Brunini, editor of the magazine. Ad- dresses were made hy Francis X. Connolly, associate editor of Spirit; Herbert A. Kenny of the Boston Globe, and Walter Kerr, New York Herald Tribune dra- ma critic. TH E PRQGRESS9 Friday, Nov. 9, 1962 i Requiem Sung For Olympic JC Coach BREMERTON--Requiem high Mass was sung November 7 in Our Lady Star of the Sea Church here for Phil Pesco, 54, basketball coach and athletic director at Olympic Junior Col- lege, who died of a heart at- tack November 4. The former University of Santa Clara mentor was a grad- uate of Washington State Uni- versity. At Olympic JC, his Ranger teams appeared in three hation- al 3C tournaments in Hutchin- son, Kas., during Pesco's 14- year tenure. His teams nation- ally finished third in 1948. fifth m 1949 and seventh in 1951. Survivors include his wife, Mary. Holy See Makes 6th Pledge To U.N. Programs UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (NC)The Holy See has announced its sLxth annual "token contribu- tion" of $2,000 to the United Nations Special Fund and Expanded Program of Technical Assistance. Anoouncement of the gift-- to be divided equally between the two UN programs--was made by Msgr. Timothy Flynn, who represented the Holy Sce at the pledging con[erence held at UN headquarters. In making the announcement Msgr. Flynn said: "It is a contribution small in size as measured by the stand- ards of nations, but it is a con- tribution large in intent, in sin- cerity and in significance." Eighty-seven nations pledged sums expected to total $116 million to the UN programs, which represents an increase of $11 million over last year. Thirty-five nations increased their contributions. 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