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PROGRE00;S CLASSIFIED ADSOrb: CLASSIFIED RATE: 3O¢ PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p,m, PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE,, SEATTLE MAIn 2-U$0 Extension 11 r I II i i iii " - AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST, BENEDICT&apos;S -7 ,,=u =i iu h il&.,I,,,[I I , ....  ,, - AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TROUBLES LA. S-6677 III I III I I I I ..... CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-540 I I I I I " CATERING SERVICE RSONALIZED WEDDI NG RECEp. 'lONS hy Mrs. Berth0 Dixon, rmsrly! "Im'Wntury Club. Beau Brummell Eanqust Hall, 1425 Seventh Avenue, MA 4-7313. I I III I I I " i- r CLEANER SERVICE DAY & NIGHT free pickup and delivery. $3.99 Hoover and all other vacuums, parts, bags, free delivery. Tom McElroy LA 2-4671 CONTRACTING PAINTING Interior & Exterior Residential & Commercial WALTER P. NELSON LA 3-6985 7553 19th N.E. I=OR ROOF IEPAIRiNG, new roots, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free qH.timofes. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place -o remodeling service, room additions, re. pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 __ I I II FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. S-14,0 L II i I II I IIII FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL new management. Redecorated. ................... i.|1 HI ill I II I I I ....................... FLASH0000 BLOCKS SEATTLE GOLF COURSE HOMES FOR SALE .... OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 3 nodrooms. Full basement. Flrepl0ce. Fruit trees, s16,250. HOYT REALTY EM. 2-7880 LA. 5-9370 $15,950 Sparkl;ng New DAYLITE BASEMENT 4 BLOCKS CHRIST THE KING By owner. 3 bedrooms, plus, formal din. Ing room. 1V= baths. Basement. Go. rose. Level lot. 75x120... EM 3.0633. - QUEEN AN'NE - 4 BEDROOM--BroCK HOME 2 BATHS, FIREPLACE DINING ROOM--LEVEL LOT Attractive fenced yard. Large davod ken- nel or yard storage area. New fur- nished extra closet etorage areas. Near Pray for O myLordandS.viour, Bupport me in my hst ho.r by the strong arms of Thv satramentl, =nd the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said 9vet me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be • my food, and Thy blood mF sprinklings and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious Mints and my own dear them o smile on me, thRt in BEd through them all I may die as / desire to live, in Thy Churchr in Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY • • ',i,, DEATH by C,rdln,I Newm,n. In Memoriam Seattle TM O the charity of your asses and prayers are cam- BROWNFIEID, Fr0nk C., 76, 1621 4th Ave. W., died February 11. Requiem February i4 St. Anne Church. Buflol Calvary. Born in Seattle. Was a sta- tionary engineer for the Tide Water Associated O)I Co, until hie retirement Seattle THE PROGRESS--I I NEARY, Ed.rd J., 6,, m0 1,,h __ Friday Feb, 15, ,!,963,,, Ave. N.E., died February 7. Roqulsm .......... FebrUary 9 Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Ireland. Went to New York In 1920. Came here from Selleck Chicago in 1946. Worked for tho Se- 4 BDRMS. $300 DN. REC. ROOM $15,950 DON'T HESITATE ONE MINUTE TC SEE THIS HOME. It's Immaculate. If you appreciate a distinguished home, In a good neighborhood, this is It. Large roomy living and dining raom,. Complete With log.SIze fireplace. Step- earing kitchen with selsarate utility room, 4 large bedrooms loaded with closets. Finished REC. ROOM; high file kitchen, tree studded yard for privacy. This won't lost . . . Coil now EM 4-11110 on Ad NO. 3945, PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. EM 4-1180 CAPITOL HILL $400 DN. FHA BEDROOMS. Here Is a nice comfortable home near St. Joseph's. Specious living room, dining room. Bedrooms ore twin size. 1V2 baths. FulII cement basement. FHA appraised $13,750 and ready for quick oceuponcy. COIl Mary Bracollft, EA 3-8717. CLIFTON AkBRIGHT RLTRS. EA 5-0700 IS50 Olive Way IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Int0 now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open Dmly. 10 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. VIEW RIDGE BRICK 3 BEDROOMS ON 1. Large living room, Carpets, Draper. Full basement. Rec. room. 4th bedroom. Extra plumbing. Assume 5% or $4000 down, batonce at $155 month. CHARLES & SYBIL CONLEY 5511 NIE. 65th LA. 5-9250 SPLIT LEVEL SLATE ENTRY--To sunlit living r O o m wtfh attractive stone fireplace enhanced by mahogany paneled wall. Sliding s 0 f e t y glOse doors from dining room to sun porch, Gleaming kitchen with birch cabinets, snack bar, built-In range and aven Vanity tile bath with colored fixtures, Paved efreets, curbs, sidewalks, sew- ers and street lighting. $400 Down-- YOU PAINT I NTERIOR-- FHA TERMS--SEE NOW--SELECT YOUR OWN COLORS. Crawford & Conover, Inc. ALBERT BALCH, REALTOR 8040 - 3Sth Ave. N.E. LA, 3-5555 ST. JOSEPH'S QUALITY BUILT view home In very pretty area. Hot water heat. Hardwood tionre, throughout. 35 ft, living room. Den, Breaklatt •room. Large rec. room. 2 car garage. For information Coil Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N,E. 45th LA 2-5626 2 BLOCKS TO HI SCHOOL 3 BLOCKS TO ST. ANNE'S REDUCED TO $16,250 3 BEDROOMS; 2 FIREPLACES tVa BATHS. EXCELLENT FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD. CALL EVES. MR. GARRISON, AT. 2.6439 BLAINE REALTY 11VI BOSTON AT 3-5511 ST. BERNADETTE 4 BDRM. TRUE CAPE COD FULL BASEMENT BOULEVARD PARK $600 DOWN in 1964. Survivors: Wife, Mary; sons, OwnerbUS andwlllShOpping,arrange St.financlng.Anne's $IT,500.Parish' mended the souls of the tel- Jerry, Klrklond; Curtis D., Seattle, and AT 4-8672 lowing departed priests who James, Los Angeles; daughters, Mrs. John A. Katlen and Mrs. Dondld C. 'TT.-PATRICK'S, SEATTLE L j Eeed the Church End souls in Jac, oby, both Of Seattle, and 20 grdnd. LOVELY two-bedrnom €o,op apartment= overlooking Lake Union and the Olym-I this areR: children. John KoIIn Funeral Home.' pica. Five large rooms plus basement. I CHADWICK, Mrs, Robert H, (Cbellla Kitchen appliances and washer In- The Rev. Otmar Boesch, Marie), 82, 4456 40th Ave. $. W.,. died cludeoU-$11,950. Coil for appointment I weekdays -- SH6.6510, evenings and)d|ed Feb. 15, 1961. February 9. Requiem Fobruory 12, Holy weekends -- EA20957. Rosary Church. Burial Halyrood, Born - Anocortes In Howard County, Nebraeka. Come here 74 yeO ago. Survivors: husband, 2 bedrOoms. Full daylight basement Wlth J small finished room. 2 blocks from our l Lady of Fatima. Owner gelling In the J teens, Call after 6 p.m, or weekends. AT 3-7971, Anglican Group $17,000 Splendid family home with homey old l daily Mass, Benediction, torch- New England touches that make al house a home. Featuring: central entryl light procession and blessing of hall, large living room with circulating I the sick. fireplace that radiates hospitality -- a/ trlendly dining rm, that invites you[ 1o meals--2 spacious bedrooms on matnl Smut Costs $50 level and 2 more massive bedrooms up LEWISTON, Maine (NC)- A --high and dry basement for shop, play, and storage--There IS on extra $50 fine was imposed on a t/2 both on the second story--No need Lewiston businessman on a Will Visit Lourdes Shrine LONDON, (NC) -- Anglican Bishop Wilfrid Wcstall of Credi- tOR will lead in /.ugust what is believed to be the first non- Catholic pilgrimage to Lourdes ever organized in thls country, The party is expected to number around 30, and will include several sick persons. Inter-Church Travel, a group formed 10 years ago to en- c o u r a g e interdenominational pilgrimages, said the Crediton party plans to take part with their bishop Et all the usual ceremonies at the Grotto -- SOULIER, Mrs. Loretta Mary, 81. Requiem Feb. 7 St. Mary Church. Lived here since 1913. Survivors: four daughters, Mrs. Worth B. Knopp, Ana- cortes; Mrs. Lewis J. Collier and Mrs. Kathryn McCrlllts, both of Seattle, and Mrs. E. B. Brookbank Jr., Chlllicolhe, Ohio; nine grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mr s . E. J. Barnett, Seattle, and Mrs. J. J. . Lovln, Spokane; and a brother, Claude O'Neill, Portland. Bryson - Engdahl Funeral Home. Bellevue BAXTER, Harry D., 81, 615 1651h Ave. N.E., died February t2. Requiem Feb- ruary 16 St. Louise Church. Burtal Port- land, Ore. Born m England. Came to the united States as o small child. At- tended Ohio Northwestern University and Massachusetts Instttute of Tech- nology, BostOn. Came to Bellevue four years ago. Before retiring In 1951, he had hera Chief engineer tar the Corps of Army Engineers 42 years. Survivors: wife, Mary C.; daughters, Mrs. F. W, Blttner, Eugene, Ore., and Llnnea A. Baxter, Bellevue; sons, E. Cordon Box- ter, Kingston, N. Y.; Edward L. Baxter, Shingle Springs, Calif., and Dean M. Baxter, Bellevue; sister, Elsie N. Box- ter, Durond, Mich., and two grandsons. Green's Funeral Home. Buckley DEARY, Herbert Andrew, 74, 331 Matn St., died Jan. 10 In Seattle. Requiem Feb. 13 St. Aloyslus Church. Survivors: wife, Josephne; four daughters, Mrs. Peggy Nlxon and Mrs. Norman John- son, both of Aberdeen; Mrs. Mary Jo Minor, Idaho Falls, Ida., and Miss Ma- rlta Oeary, Buckley; 10 grandchildren. Centralla BLOSL, Mrs. Thersla, 86, died Feb. 11. Requiem Feb. 14 St. Mary Church. Born in Obermoldow, Austria. Lived In Robert H.; daughters, Mrs. Kathryn Rich; son, William ChadwiCk; brother, Charles Gross, atl at Seattle; three grandchildren and fhre0 greatigrand- children, West Funeral Home. COX, Vincent J., 68, 5826 6th Ave. N.W., died February 11. Requiem Feb- ruary 14 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Survivors: wife, M0rguerlte; daughter, Mrs. Glen Chamberlain; son, Patrick H.; five grandchildren end three great-grandchildren, oll of seanlO. HOft- ner's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. DUNN, Mrs. Angellne• SS, 2226 W. Halladay St., died February 6. Re- quiem February 9 ASsumption Church. Burlnl Calvary. Survivors: sons, Peter, Seattle; and Thyron, Mercer Island; daughters, Mrs. Joseph Powers and Mrs. Leo HOlly, Seattle; Mrs. Norbert Nuebel, Parkston, S.D.; brothers, Angus Robinson, $outhgnte, Calif., Cyril, Montebello, Calif.; elsterS, Mrs. Nettle Durtrey, TurloCk, Callt.; Mrs. Bessie Kunefke, Eugene, Ors.; Mrs. Olive Shearer, Armour, S.D,/ and Mrs. Zoa Radar, Omaha, Neb,; 22 grandchildren and 26 great • grand- children. Hotfner's Flsher-Kolfus Fu- neral Home. ESTEPA, Sotera, 62, 539 16fh Ave., died February 1. Requiem February 9 Church of the Immaculate Concep- tion. Burial Holyrood. Born In Bauang La Union, the Phllllplnee. Came to the United States In 1922. Woe grad- uated from the University of GhlCogo and received a master's dogree from the University of Washing;an. A sf0p- brother, Joe E. Estepa of Seattle sur- vives. John Kalln Funeral Home. GEISOR, Henry E., 43, 732 N. 1798h St., died February S. Requiem February 13 St. Luke Church. Burial Holyrond• Born In Seattle. Was o cryetal tufter for Kirk Dial. Co. Survivor,'. wtfe RoJm- mary; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Gel. attle Engineering Deportment, Surviv- ors: wife, Elsie, Seattl0; elmer, Mrs, Lena Kelly and Mrs. Mary Flanlagon, both of Ireland. John Kalln Funeral Homi. O'DONNEkL, Wllilnm, 8S, 7326 40th Av0, S., died February. 9, Requiem • February 13 St. Edward Churah.Burlal HoLyrOOd, Survlvorl: Wife, MOrIOn; daughters, Regina, Eileen, Kathieen, at home; sisters, Mrs, Genevieve Cahlll, Mrs. EleanOr Golligon, both Erdoklyn, N. Y,, Mre. Lucllle Holland, ElmhurSt, N. Y, Columblo Funoral Home, PARENT, Catherine, 232 Queen Anne Ave. N,, d)ed, February 12, Requiem February 16 Sacred Heart Church. Bur- lal Calvary. Born In Mlnneapolle• Came here 36 years ago, Survivors: daughter,. Bornlce Parent, $eattlef Mrs, Julle M. Wltllaml00ohu HaWaii; Mrl, John Go, rltla Jr., Ironwood, Mich.; gone, Charles w., Santa Ana, Calif. and William, San Diego; sisters, Mrs. Susan M. Fackler, Mlnneapalls! Mrs, William MeCay, Tnm- , Fin,, and Mrs. Helen M, Rlek Inneap011e, and a brother, Jack Smith, Portlondl 13 grandchildren and one great-grandchild, Manning 8= Sons Fu- neral Home. PORTER, Dr. John E,, .%, 735 N. 85th St., dlod Pobrgory 6. Requiem February 9 St. Joseph Church. Burial HolyroOd. Born ond raised in amahs. Was graduated from Cretghton unl. versify Medical School there. WOI on Intern In PrOvldenco Hospital, Seattls. Practiced In Port Orchard, Longvlsw, Pnmono, Calif., and Cordova, Alaska. He had been practicing tlve months In Sebttls, WOl awarded fho Bronze Star durlng World War II. eurvlvors: sons, John E. and Willlam; daughter Mrs. Paul Beytebler;. sister, Miss Katherine Porter, all of Seattle; brothers, Dr. Elmer Porter, Hlllsboro, Calif.• and the ROv. Richard L. Porter, S.J., Milwaukee, Ond 12 grandchildren• Bon- noy-Wotlan Funeral Home. PROULEX, Aurolle P., 52, died Feb. ruory 6. Requiem February 13 St. AI- phonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In North Bond. Had lived In Seattle periodically far the past 33 years. Was a member at the Marina Rremen's Unlon. Survivors: daughter, Sarah P. Proulex, and two sons, Phllllp A. and Dennis Proulex, all at Portland; his mother, Mrs. Phllamalne Proulex, and a sister, Mrs. Walter C. Brecht, both of SaOtile, and a brother, Alexander DeLILL Frank, 46, died Feb. 11. Re- quiem Feb. 85 St. Barbara Church, Black Diamond. Survivors: wife, Marguerite; two sons, Jan, Federal Way, Michael, SellOck; mother Mrs. Mary DeLIle, St. Louis, Me,; two grandchildren. Shelton HILL, Joseph L., 78, Route Three, died Feb. 6. Requiem Feb. 9 St. Ed- ward Church. Burial Holy Cross, Sholton. Born In Petoskey, Mich. Lived in Mason County 37 years. Worked as a boom man for Simpson Lumber Co. No known survivors. Stellacoom BROWN, Mrs. Otis (Josaphlne Fal. lea), 82, Box 33, died Feb. 7. Requiem Visitation Church. Burial Calvary, Born In Che:seai Mtch. Lived here 19 years. Retired nurse. Member of the Oblates of St; Benedict, SurvlVors: two nephews: Thomas W, Fallen, Kansas City; Col. A. J. Fallen, U. S. Army; niece, Miss Mary Fallen, Kansas City. Piper Funeral Home. Tacoma HEATER, Mrs. LOnco (OpoI G.), ¢1, 1025 S. Prospect St., died Feb. 4. Requiem Feb. 9 St. Leo Church, Born In Parsons, Kon. Lived here eince 1936, coming from Yaklma. Member of the Frultland Grange. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Ella Mae Rlcheson, Tacoma; brother, Dr. Graver F. Brown, Saudl Arabia; grandson, Mlchoel D. Kanovon, Canada. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. KUBICK, Emerlck P,, 01, 7046 $. Park Ave.• dled Feb. S. Requiem Feb. 8 St. Ann Church. Burial Calvary Born In Czechoslovakia and lived here 63 years. Retired manager of Midway Grocery and Market. Member of Knights of Columbus, Holy Name Soclely and Eagles. Survivors: wife, Ludmila; son, Paul A., Tacoma; daughter, Mrs. Vern Peaslee, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. Catherine Pelchak, Union City, N.J.; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. SAWYER, Mrs. Ben (Loulse Barnett), 78, 6421 N. Sultana St., San Gabriel, Caltf., former Olympia resldent, died Clean. Warm rooms. Near St. James Cathedral, hospitals. Pensioners wel. come. $40 month up. 823 ModIsan -- MA3-4174 CAPITOL HILL furnished. 3rd floor, single. Pleasant outlook. Clean. Worm. Spacious. Private bath. $40. Near bus, s t o r e s. Immaculate Conception. CA• 2-1176. El. A C H E L O R APARTMENT, 'turnished V.lew. 3 blocks from Cathedral. $50 onth Includes lights. Available March Write to Box "S" The Progress. ,, l'8T0 F--TO-6Y-r- r-o mdy--- View. 1 block to St. Joseph's. Share kitchenette. Laundry. $35 month. EA S-5379. ,/ -- BEDROOM unfurnished apartment. S.EA H U RST 3-BEDROOM RAMBLER. Double attached garage. Large level lot. Walking dis- force to St. Francis and Lake Butter school. Close to transportation and shop- ping. By owner. $17,275. FHA. CH. 3-4294. Vlclnny ot St. Monlca's Parish. "Llvin'g for young homemakers award home." 3 bedrooms, all built-Ins, $24,500. Large wooded lot. GLENDALE REALTY. AD, .2-2575 evenings. Sally Looff, AD. 2-0763. NEAR BLEssED SACRAMENT . $14,500 3-bedroom home, 1V= baths. Carpeted. Liv- Ing room and separate dining room. Daylight basement. Sprinklers. Owner. ME, 2.2256. ST. LUKE'S -- =/4 ACRE for 2 cars In this handy location. You owe your family a trlp tO see this fine exclusive, coll CH 3-1550. South End Brokers Inc. 11036 1 Ave. 5o. I I I II LEGAL NOTICES RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney for Estate $223 N,E. 123rd St. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of charge of possession of obscene pictures. Roger E. Patry was found guilty by Judge Harris M. IsaRcson who ordered the pictures destroyed. I I I I I II II IIII LiGAL NOTICES WHITMORE, VINTON, POWERS & MANION Attorneys IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 5rate of Washington for the County of King. Heated. Appliances. View/ Near St. 5-bedroom brick, full size dining room. King. Josephs; Group Health, Markets bus, Finished basement. 2 fireplaces. 2 baths. In the Molter of the Estato of ACE W. InTHOMAsthe MatterpET$CHL,Of the EstateDeceased.Of FRANCISIn pro- Quiet. S65. 1511 E. Mercer. Built-In range and dishwasher. Short RASH, Deceased. In probate. No. 170531. bate. No. 170496. Notice to Creditors. 3-ROOM APARTMENT, furnished or uno walk to school. S1,500. Ll. 6-159'2. Notice ta Creditors. "" " "h under Not ce s hereby g ven that the under- furnished. Heated. Close to St. James I I I bas t  ! Notice s hereby g ven mot ; e - 3 BEDROOMS, ful emen. 1/= baths. .......... I' signed has been appalnted and has quail. t w e ea Io ontlaka signer nas oeen appointer One nas qua ,- fl.l  I=we.trl¢ at the stat f F:rnn Cathedral. $65. MA. 2-3965. . .... Ha at r h t. C se to M ......... c ................................. " g, o pa I. Un er ..................... , ..u,,,. r=,=-,,  ....... , ,, 2-BEDROOM unlurnlshed home. Vaeant Brld e Inc me sslbl d siS.ace ted as ExecuTrix aT rne estate at , • o,..t. .... ,,..t,, ,,.,. o,,* .,, Owner EA 5 6838 w I<osn ueceasea" TROT OII persons nay- nrcnn hnvlnn r n rn€ nnln.t ntd el noW. CA. 2-8368." ..... " i iiii i " ii ................... lnl claims against" sold deceased are ............. " ................. BT-LHED rooms with or Wlfllout BY OWNER. CLYDE HILL, BELLEVUE. h,,,b ,,,ulrad to serve the some duly ceased a.ro he.reby, required.to serve the I hlnrk frnm nrr=d I.lnH rhurrh and -- r --. - ' .. " same auly vorltlen, on Said Mary Tnerese itchon privileges. MA 2-9727. ;ch()ol'" 4"bedroon"corliemorar" Dead verified, on sold. Execu!r.lx or_n.er an.or- Petschl or bet attorneys of record at the "- - ne of recora aT Tne aooress oelow STnT e " st're't €'' n GL 4 2834 " Y .......... "- address below stated, ondfl • the sam '" ........... " " ed, and file rne same wltn Ine OerK at wltn the C erk of sold Court, together I I said Court logether with proof of sucn t th nPnn n{  llt'h rulr wlthln tlt UIIIII&IUl,Ile m"l llm serv ce w th n sx months after the date onths after the'dote of flraf ,bflcaflon LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the IIII=ilbIRIIIVV r.,,n =.K of first pUbllcatlon of th s notice, or the _= 'his notice or the mme wlll, e barred Eastside. OPen Friday evening. "Free  *-me will be barred l u" ....  :" ......... --= " a I delivery', Credit. BIKES TRIKES', TRADE-INS ACCEPT  ....... • .......... t loose at rlrsr pug.cat,on r-e, ,, .... • " ' ' • MARY THERESE PETSCHL, RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE IJate of firST pURlieu;ion Pea I IY El).. Parts and repair:. Rent...Au!a LORETTA .K. RASH,• . } Executrix of said Estate. TU. 5-1378 Redmond Washer sl weeK, (so. era). usea wash. Executrix at sold EsTate I 305 Hoge Building, = and dryer parts. MIKE'S by 148h Ave. 3223 N.E. 123rd St., Seattle, Wash. HELP wANTED--FEMALE South Brldge. Near Boelng No. 2. FULL OR PART TIME Press desires high type Indlvl- to represent Its Catholic Library and Catholic Books of Knowledge, which are In demand by all those who see them. Coil SIp Schuster, EM. 4.7482. i HOUSEKEEPER. LIVE iN. New Catholic; home. Mercer Island. Salary open• 2 adultS. Private room and bath, Eve,i nines. EA. 5-2905. ATHOLIC M A N ' F0 R JANITORIAL WORK IN BOYS' HIGH SCHOOL. CALL EA. 4-7197. INCOME TAX SERVICE  8442 Dallas Ave. S. PA 3-2605. I SALESMAN STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Cathallc operated" Private tales only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class I Llc, No. 475 -- Ex. 2..351 (no toll) IIII I I IIII III I I I I INCOME TAX AsSlstonce--Your place or ours A. L. ANDERSON PA 2-6126 [ANYTIME) LAPIDARIES SAGESER LAPIDARY Woodlnvllle, Wn. HU. 6-4671 Lapidary dnsses. Instruction, Completo rock shop. Births HBELLINGHAM--St. Joseph General ospltal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Gienn Stocey, boy, Feb. 9. Nick Zender, boY, Feb. 10. EVERETT--Provldanci Hospltal re- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Roy Holesapple, boy, Jan. 27. Houston Willis, boy, Jnn. 27. Richard Palmafler, boy, Jan. 211. Leslie Knobbs, boy, Jan. 30. Harold Suchan, girl, Jan. 30. Harlnga, boy, Jan. 31. Carlson, girl, Jan. 31. Stoeser, girt, Feb. 1. Michael Daharsh, boy, Feb. 6. Larry Welch, boy, Fob. 6. :Ralph Lucier, boy, Feb. 0, Byron Clark, boy, Feb. 10. John D. Kullls, boy, Feb. 10. SEATTLE--Providence Hospital re, • parts the following blrlh| ta Mr. and Mrs.: • Noah Adams, girl, Feb. 2. -John Carr, boy, Feb. 3. Duane Gerber, boy, Feb. 4. I  Frederick Nelson, boy, Feb. 4. :)avld Cyra, boy, Feb. 4. Iobert Stanford, boy, Feb. 4. "'Mlchael Doniels, boy, Feb. 4. Arthur Pigs, boy, Feb. 4. ' Donatd Mustard, boy, Feb. S. • Raymond Dobyns, boy, Feb. S. • Wllllam Meany, boy, Feb. 5, • Dorlald Greculo, boy, Feb. 5, Robert Feldmeir, boy, Feb. S. , Ralph Kloser, boy, Feb, 6. ' Duane BrandS, girl, Feb. 6. • Ronold Foltz, girl, Feb. 7. Boyd Brown, girl, Feb. 7. 'William Wholen, girl, Feb. 7. aY Llptrap, girl, Feb. 7. mes Mnlnerltch, bay, Feb. 8. obby Reese, girl, Feb. 8. Robert Underbrlnk, girl, Feb. 8. Dave Mann, girl Feb. 8. Robert Eley, girl, Feb. 8. Theodore Baskett, girl, Feb. 8. 'John Sullivan Jr., bay, Feb. $. "Lorensa Bossonlch, girl, Feb. 9, PLUMDIRS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radlant Heating... Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave, N.W. SU 34150 II II TILEVlSION AND RADIO SiRVlCl FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" ' PA, 3-1172 I I DjloI 'AN'D TV sERV,cE $3.00 CH 4-1913 (mem. St. Francis Parish) Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney for Estate, 3223 N.E. 123rd St., Seattle, Wash. Flnal publication March I, 196,1. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Aflorney tar Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stato ot Washlngtan for the County ot King. In the MEtier of the Estate of EDWARD M. JOHNSON, Oeceasod. In Probate. No. 169111. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. elgned has been appointed and bee quail- fled as odmlnstrotrlx of tho estate of Edward M. Johnson, Deceased; that all persons having claims against raid de. ceased are hereby required to eerve the same, duly vertflod, on said odmlnstro. trlx or her attorney of record at the oddrees below stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk at sold Court, together with proof of Iuch service within slx months after the date of flrst publlcotlon of this notlco, or the same wtll be barred. Date of first publlcotlon February 15, 1963. TREE TOPPING ALEXANDER L. CAIN Admlhlstratrlx of sold Estote, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., HARRY HICKS Seattle, Wash. TREE TOPPING CO., ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Experienced. Insured. Attorney for Estate, Economical. PR. $-8754. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., SeaHle, Wash. I I I IIIIl Final -- 3-1-63 LEGAL NOTICES CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate, CARROLL & VERZANI 32e w. Meeker, Attorneye P.O. Box 148, Kant, Wash. Woehlngton Bldg. N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattlo, Wash. State of WoShlngtan for the County of IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE King. State of Washington for tho County of In the Matters of the Estate of SARAH King. ENRIGHT, Deceased. In Probate. No. 170221. Notice to Creditors. In the matter of the Estate of JEANNE D. BURKEY, Deceased. In probate. Notice is hereby given that the under. No. 170327. Notice to creditors, signed has been appointed and has Notice Is hereby given that the under• qualfled as administratrlx of the estate signed has been appointed and has of •Sarah Enrlght, Deceaeed; that all qualified as ExeCutor of the estate of persons having claims agofnst said de- Jeanne D. Eurkey, Deceased; that all ceased are hereby required to serve 1he persons having claims against said de-some duly verified, on said odmlnstra. ceaeod are hereby required to serve the trlx or her attorneys of record at the address below state, and file the same Fame, duly verified, on sold John :i wth the Clerk of raid Court, together Burkey or hll attorney of record the address below Stated, and file the with proof of such service within six some with the Clerk at eald Court, to- months offer the date of first pub, cation gether with proof of auch eervlce within of this notice, or the some will be six months after the dote of first publl, barred. cation of thls notice, or the some will Dote of first publication February S, 1963. be barred. Dote of first publiCation, Feb. 1, 19€1, ETHEL B. SHA, NNON, JOHN N. BURKEY, Admlnlstrotrlx of raid Estate, Exocutar of said Estate 502 Walhlngton Bidg., seattle, Wash. EDNA NIEMELA VERZANI, Of: CARROLL & VERZANI, Attorneys for Estate, 502 Washington Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Final publication February 15, 19¢1. WILLIAM F. HENNESSEY Attorney for Eltals 1407 Alaska BulIdlNI Seattls, Wash. N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 148, Kent, Washington CURRAN & CURRAN, Affornoye for EState, 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Lax 1411, Kent, Washington FINAL -- 2.22-63. KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERe Attorneye 1210-.-1411 Fourth Avenue Building Ssottlb I, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Walhlngton for the County of WHITMORE, VINTON, POWERS & MANION, Attorneys for Estate, 305 Hope Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publlcotlon March I, 19¢1• RICHARD D. HARRIS Attorney for Estato 428 Henry Eulldlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King E t te of ELLA M In the" Matter of the SO .I L NNENKOHL, Deceased. In probato. No. 170073. Notice to Creditors. I Notice ts hereby given that the under'-/ signed has been opp01nted and has quoll.I fled as odmlnlster WWA of the estate of' Ella M. Llnnenkohb Deceasad; that all persons having clalme against sold de, ceasod ure hurray required to serve the same, duly verified, on said administrator W.W.A. or hle attorney of record at the oddren below stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk of sold Court, together wlth proof of such sarvlce within Fix months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the earns win be barred. Date of first publication Feb. IS, 19¢1. RICHARD D. HARRIS, Administrator W.W.A. of sold Estate 428 Henry Eulldlng, Seattle, Wash. RICHARD O. HARRIS, Attorney for Estate, 428 Henry Building, Seattle, Wash. Flnal publicatlon March I, 1963. KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Woeh. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Wash astoR for the County at King. In the matter of the Estate of SARAH SCHNEIDER, Deceased. in probate. No. 170304. NoNce to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been nppolnted and has quail. fled as Executor of the estate of Sarah Schneider, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the lama, duly verified, on sold Executor or his offor- neys of record at the address betaw stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk of said Court, together wlth proof of such servlco wlthin slx months after the date of first publication of thls notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first lJblleatlon, February t, 1963. ROBERT C. SCHNEIDER, Executor of sold Estate. 907 Ardlc Building, Seattle, Wash. KANE & SPELLMAN, Attorneys for Estate, 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publieatlon February lS, 19¢1. BRUMEACH & HENNRSSEY Attontays 140/ Alaska EulldlnS seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Woshlngton for the County of King. In the metier of the El;ate of MARY MASILOTTI, Deceased. In probate. No. 166436. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- slgnod has been apbalntod and has quail- fled as Admlnlstratrlx/WWA of the estate of Mary Malflottl, Decealad; that all persons havlng claims agaln|t lald re, ceased are hereby requlred to serve IRe State of Wolhlngt0n for the County of In KIng';he mailer of the Estate af MAR- King. In the Matter of 1he Guardianship o GARET R. MULLAN, Deceased. In MALVINA WHITE, An incompetent, probate. No. 170334, Notice to creditore, In Prabato, No. 170156. Notice to Notice I$ hereby given that tha under. Fame duly verifier, on said Jenny Ro- vefll or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some With the Clerk of said Court, together Centralla since 1928, coming from Cow- Itz Prairie. Member of St. Mary's Aftar Society. Survivors: five sons, Fred, LOUIS, Joseph, John and George, all of Centrolla: four daughters, Mrs. Anna Harmon, Everett, Mrs. Mary Wlxton, Mrs, Louise Almstead and Miss Rose Blosl, all of Centralto; 29 grandchildren and 10 great.grand- children. 5tlcklln Funeral Home. Everson MeCOMB, Mrs. Mary, 79, died Feb. 9. Requiem Feb. 13 Church of the Assumption, BeIHngham. Lived here 42 years and was a retired postmaster. Survivors: two sisters, Mrs. Laura Bane, Seattle, and Mrs. Katherine Jackson, San Francisco. Wee;ford Funeral Home. Marysville DAVIS, Mrs. Roy (Marlorln May), 53, 1097V= State St., died Feb. 7. Re- quiem Feb. 11 St. Mary Church. Born In Ocosta. Lived here since 1936. Mem- ber of St. Mary's Altar Society and Women's Auxiliary to Everett Power Squadron. Survivors: husband; brother, Edward P. Smith, Aberdeen; five sisters, Mrs. Mabel O'Farrell, Olympia; Mrs. Doris Neville, Sealtle; Miss Ethel Smith, Hoqulom; Mrs. Veto Campbell, Seattle, and Mrs. Agnes Davis, Bellevue. Seattle TRAN, Joseph, 69, 1323 Strugls Ave. S., riled February 12. Requiem February 15 St. Peter Church. Born in Yugoslavia. Came here In 1915. Was a retired tavern owner. Survivors: wife, Kate; son, John; daughter, Mrs. Fred Jovanovich, Jr., oil Seattle; brothers, Mark Turton, Port- land, Ore., Nick Turtan, Vancouver, B.C.; slster In Yugoslavia; four grand- children. Columbia Funeral Home. BRODERICK, Thomas P., 86, died February 7 at Long Beach, Calif. Re- quiem February 9 St. Bnrtholomew Church, Long Beach, Calif. Burial Holy Cross, Inglewood, Calif. Memorial Mass February 9 Blessed Sacrament Church. Wos a retired Great Northern Railway conductor. Born In Ireland. Came to the United State In 1899. Lived here for 50 years before moving to Long Beach In 1950. Member of Knights of sor, ahd slsler, Mrs. Mar erie Phillips• all of Seattle.  Hoffner's Fisher-Kurus Funeral Home. GLUECK, Mrs. Edwin A. (R0S011e), 67, 5627 N. 46th, died Feb. 7. Requiem Feb. 11 Holy Cross Church. Curia1 Calvary. Born in Covington, Ky. Lived here since 1919. Survivors: husbond; four sons, Robert, Arthur and Edwin, all of Tac0mo, and John, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Laura Lou Boone, B011E, rue; sister, Mrs. Stella McGraw, Ta- coma; 12 grandchildren. Gaffney Fu- neral Home. GRADY, Henry W., 56, II0 198h Ave. N. W., died February S. Requiem February 12 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Davenport Iowa. Came here In 1937. Hod oper- ated a restaurant at Ocean Shores the last few years. Member of Cal. lard Rolary Club, Ballard Commercial Club, Washington Athletic Club, and was a beard member of the Boys Clubs of Seattle. Survlvors: wlf Theresa; daughter, Mrs. Allan C. MacRae, Seattle; son, William H., Olympia; three sisters, Mrs. Charles Nygord, Seattle, Seattle; Mrs. Carl Schllgg, Iowa City, Iowa, and Mrs. Jack Mulhall, San Diego; bothers, John, San Olego, and Mal. William Grady, Sumter, S. C.; eight rand- children. Wlggea & Sons Funeral Home. MARTIN, Cydo Soysrs, 7, 11305 Clover Park Drive S.W., died Feb. 10. Requiem Feb. 13 St. Frances Cabrlnl Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Woynesburg, Pa. Forester at natlonnl prominence nnd a plonear In tree farming education. Survivors: wlfe, Mary A., and two grondchlldren. Gait- hey Funeral Home. McDONNELL, ErnoId J., 61, 323 63rd S.W., died February 6, Requiem February 9, Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Washburn, WIs. Came here 60 years ago. Prlal- dent and manager of the Olympic PIPe Fabrication Co. SurvivorS: wife, EIIsa- beth; daughter, Mrs. Gloria O,Farrell; brother, Lyman McDonell; sister, NOra McDonell, and four grandchildren, all of Seattle. Help Christian Columbus and the Brotherhood of Railway Conduclors. Survivors: dough-Dialogue Card ters, Mrs. Gloria Flalole, Seattle; Mrs. / John Mitchell, Long Beach, and Mrs. James Leeds, Aberdeen; sons, John F. and Robert J., both of Seattle; Thomas P., Jr, Wayne, N. J., and Richard J., Anaheim, Calif.; 19 grandchildren. Sisters Ousted From Ceylon Hospital COLOMBO, Ceylon, (NC)-- "We are leaving only because we have to go," said the last three nuns to leave Ragama Chest Hospital. The three nuns--Sister M. Alena (in Ceylon since 1923) who was superior of the Sisters Rt the hospital, Sister M. Jem- ma (here since 1936) and Sister M. Anselma (here since 1946)--are elgians and are returning to their order's Belgian headquarters for as-, signment to other missions. Before the Ceylon govern. ment started expelling Cath- olic nursing Sisters from the country, the 17-ward Ragama hospital was served by 18 Sisters. Dedication Of Stamp Museum Slated May 4 WESTON, Mass. (NC)--Dedi- cation of the Cardinal Spellman Philatelic Museum, Inc., on the campus of Regis College here has been scheduled for May 4. Sister M. Fidelma, executive Asks of Newsm PARIS, (NC)--The Cardinal Archbishop of PRriB urged newsmen here to help make dialogue a m o n g Christians fruitful. Maurice Cardinal Feltin was speaking at an annual MasB for the press offered at St. Francis de Sales church by Father Pierre Haubtmann, di- rector of the press office of the French Bishops' national secretariat. The Cardinal urged news- men to help in making the dialogue a m o n g Christians fruitful and to Epread in- formation on Catholic dosmEs and the viewpoints of other Christians. The Cardinal told the news- men that the "first session of the (ecumenical) council WBS an impressive manifestation of Catholicity. The council Fathers tried to bring the truths of religion to the men of today." Cltes Leadership Role Of Newspapers BOSTON (NC) -- The chief role of newspapers "is to ad- vance positive and effective leadership to bring men a bet. ter understanding of the times in which they live," a bishop said here. Auxiliary Bishop 3eremiRh F. Robert McArthur, glrl, Feb. 10. Gary Craft, girl, Feb. 10. William Flanogon, boy, Feb. 10. Robert Kerns, boy, Feb. 10. • SBATTLE--St. Frances Cabrlnl Has- ,plfoi reports the following births to Mr. d Mrs,: artln Blnser, girl, Jan. 29. rat Nehren, girl, Jan. 29. • .William Secker, boy, Feb. 1. Joseph Dohlsm, boy, Feb. 2. "David Glaze, boy, Feb. 3. Frank Klght, boy, Feb. 4. Joseph Rodriguez, girl, Feb. 7. George Neauff, boy, Feb. 8. • Charles Jacobsen, boy, Feb. 9. Francis Egan boy, Feb. 10. Arthur Lobe, girl, Feb. 10. Robert Fortier, boy, Feb. 10. Jamle Herron, girl, Feb. 11. John Wlrtz, boy, Feb. 12. girl, Feb. 12. Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appolntep and has quail fled as guardlon Of the estate of Malvlno White, an Incompetent that all persone having €lolml against sold Incompetent ore hereby requlreb to serve 1he some duly verified on sold guardian or hll attorney ot record ot the address beloW stated, and file the lame With the Clerk of sald Court, together With proof of such service within six month after 1hi date of first publication of this notice or the same wilt be barred. 19 "D'ateoJ. of first publication February ' FRANCIS E. HARRINGTON, Guardian of sald Estate, c/o William F. Hsnnessey, 1407 Alaska Lids., Seattle, Wash, WILLIAM F. HENNESSEY, Attorney for Estate, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Wash. FINAL -- 2-22-3. IIgned hoe been appointed and has qualified ol Executor of the estate of MARGARET R MULLAN, Deceased; that all persons having claims agolnlt ! said de€eared ore hereby required to lervo the some, duly verified, on eald executor or his attorneys Of record at the address below stated, and file the lame with the Clerk of laid Court, t0. gether with proof of such lervice within IIx months after the date at first publica- tion of this notice, Or the same will be barred. Dote at tlrlt publication, Feb. 1, 1963. PAYNE KARR, Executor of sold Estate, 1210--1481 Fourth Avenul Bldg. Seattle 1, Wash. MURIEL MAWER of KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG, Attorneys for Estate, 1210--1411 Fourth Avenue Building Seattle 1, Wash. Final publication February 15, 1963. with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publlcotlon director, said Francis Cardinal of this notice, or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication February 1, Spellman, Archbishop of New 1963. JENNY RAVETTI Admlnistratrlx/WWA of sold Estate 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Wash. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY By ROBERT H. LAMB, Attorneys for Estate, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Wash. Final publication February 15, 19€1. Classified advertising gets results in The Progress. Home o sell, buy or reBt? Call MAin 2.8880, Extension 21 and solve your problems the easy way. York, will officiate at the cere- mony. The date will be the Cardinal's 74th birthday. Sister Fidelma said the town of Wes- ton is celebrating thc 250th an- niversRry of its founding this year. Some years ago Cardinal Spellman donated his priceless stamp collection to the college, which is conducted by the Sis- ters of St. Joseph. Minihan of Boston made the statement at the annual Mass for members of the St. Francis de Sales Society, compoBed of newspapermen. African School Leaders Meet BRAZZAVILLE, Congo Re- public (NC) -- Catholic educa- tional leaders from many parts of Africa will gather here thiE month to prepare R Pan-Afri- can Catholic Education Confer- ence to be held in Brazzville late in 1963. P. Praulex, Edmonds. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. SAMAC, Mortln, $7, 1609 S. WeIler St., died February S. ROqulem Febru- ary 12 St. Mary Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Yugoslavia. Came to Seattle In 1933. Was a Seattle bar- tender for 10 years before hts re- tirement In 1953. Survivors: brother, Paul, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Anne Work- mnn and Mrs, Sam Golovlch, both of Chicago, Columbia Funreal Home. SARGINSON, WIIllnm, 81, 5002 478h Ave. N. E., dled February 10. Requlem February 12 Assumption Church. Burial Calvary. born In Illinois. Came here In 1902. Was a retired cabinet maker. Member of Modern Woodmen of Amer- Ica. SurvlvOrs: wife, Mary; daughter, Mrs. Barbara Frost, Seattle; son, John Skykomlsh; brother, Carl; slsters, Mrs. Mildred Phelps, Mrs. Lenore Horney, olt of Seattle; elght grondchlldrea. Adams.Forkner Funeral Home. TESSIER, A. J. 67, 6234 33rd Ave. N.E.,. died February 7. Requiem Feb- ruory 11 Church Of the Anumptlon, Burial Holyrood. Born In Canada. Came here 40 years ago. Was a re. tired accountant. Survivors: wife, Alma; sons, Donald E. and Richard J.; daughter, Mrs. Caroline Fergulan, all of Seattle; brothers, WIIfrad, Bu. coda, and Wllllam, Hamllton• Mont.; and six grandchildren. Booney.Wotsan Funeral Home. WOLPH, Mrl. J. F. (Shdkl M.), 71, 5020 S. DakOta St., died February 7. Requiem FebrUary II -St. Edward Church. Burial Holyrood. Barn In Mtnneaballs. Came here In 190. Mere- bar at the Amarlcon Legion, RaSher Beach Grandmothers' Club, and the Pioneer Telophone Operators' Club, Survivors: huehand, John F.; sane, Rlchord F. and Donald D.; daughters, Mrs. Margaret Passmore; brother, Richard R. Frolne; sister, Mrs. Mar. gerlte DsLappa, and 13 grandchlldren, all of Seattle. Columbla Funeral Home. Nuns Found' African Mission MONTREAL, Que., (NC)-- The Grey Nuns of Montreal are founding their first missions in Africa. They have agreed to take charge of the nursing Eervice in a new 300bed state hospital for chtldren in Tunis. Others will go to Nigeria for nursing and teaching duties. The following superiors left Montreal February 8 for Africa: M o t h e r Georgette Leduc, Superior General of the congregation; Mother Alderie Roy, Superior of the Ville Marie province in Montreal; and Mother R o s • Lethiecq, Superior of the American pro- vince in Lexington, MRss. They will spend six weeks touring the intended missions in Ni- geria and Tunisia. February 10 In San Gabriel. Requiem Mass February 13 All Saints Church, San Gabriel. Burial CaNary, Tacoma. Native of Kerr County, Tex. Married In St. Louis, Me., to Ben Sawyer in 1903. Judge Sawyer died in 1942. For- mer member of St. Michael PErish Altar Society, Olympia. Survlvors: four daugh- ters, Marie Sawyer, San Gabriel; Mrs. Thomas (Anne) McQunide, San Diego, Calif.; Mrs. Kathy Kellogg, Tucson, Arlz., and Mrs. Harvey (Vlrglnfo) Cool. en, Seattle; three sons, Llnton of Ev- erett, William A. of Portland and Jo- seph B. of Oakland; 26 grandchildren and 22 great-grandchildren. Cassedy- Allen Funeral Home. SCHOCK, Julius C., $7, Santa Clara, Calif., former Tacoma resldont, died Feb. 6. Requiem Feb. 9, St. Lea Church. Burial In New York City. BOrn in New York and lived In Santa Clara a year movlng from here where he hod lived 22 years. Taught at Knapp's Business College 10 years. Past presldent of Tuastmnsters Club. Survivors: three sons, John, Santa Clara; James and Jullan, both of Ta- oomo; brother, Joseph, New York; two sisters, Mrs. Justlna Oetjen and Mrs. Juna Audley, both at New York; two grandchlldren. C. O. Lynn Co. Vancouver BUNTING, Mary Jane, 17, 3901 F St., died Feb. 4 Requiem Feb. 7 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Born and lived here oii her fife. Student at Fort Vancouver High SChooL Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Bunt. Ins; two brothers, David and ThomosJ skater, Anne, oll of Vancouver; grand, parents, H. E. O'Neal, Denver, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cedar. holm, Vancouver. Hamilton. Mylon Funeral Home. 6,000 Volunteers To Aid In Heart Week More than 6,000 volunteers will help Heart this week in Seattle. Residents will receive Wash- ington State Heart Association membership applications a t their door from neighborhood visitors Thursday through Sun- day, Feb. 21 to 24. Volunteers will ask for no contributions and will not ac- cept money. They will leave the applica- tion form, together with a small brochure on the five most prev- alent heart disabilities, and those who wish to give their membership fee (two dollars or more) may mail the en- velope to the Heart Association office, 3121 Arcade Building, Seattle. Bazaar To Aid Symphony Beginning Friday, Feb. 22, the "7 Seas Treasure BE- zRar" sponsoredby the Seattle Symphony Orchestra for the benefit of its sustaining fund will be open for business at Pier 54 at the foot of Madison Street. Merchandise will include the stock of !var Haglund's "Trader Sravi SDUVeRIr shop, where the Treasure Bazaar wiU be located. The shop will be open from noon to 9 p.m. Frldys, SaturdayE and Sun- days until its stock is gone. Also for sale will be fabrics and trimmings from the "Aide" FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 508 North 36Oh Seattle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner costume workshop. I ......