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BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close WednesdaYe 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Exteeslon 21 i AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE A STEAL 1961 SIMCA 2-DOOR HARDTOP Mechanically excellent and very dean. Low milage. New brakes and clutch. Heater, defroster, whitewalls and seat belts, reclining seats, vinyl upholster- Ing. Undercoating. All extras are in- cluded. Will sacrifice. LA 2-0262. 1962 CORVAIR '500'. Radio, heater, whitewalls, etc+ Low miteage. Original owner. Excellent condition. Under Blue Book. CH 2-2533. CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING in your home, KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CHILDREN'S APPAREL CHRISTENING and COMMUNION DRESSES white dresses always at THE MERRY-GO-ROUND CHILDREN'S SHOPS (NoHhate & 1305 Fifth Ave., Seattle] CLEANERS SERVICED .:= PHONE: MA 2-8880--Local 21 HOMES YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.00 1032 N.E, 62N0 LA 2-4671 : CONTRACTING FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, guflers and downspouts, Asbestos and composition siding. Free estimales. Guaranteed worK. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA, 4-Sql g40 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re* pairs, interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 24463 SAVE 30% Finest pointing, paper hanging, Wall paper display on hand. Free estimates. AT 3-1836 I-A CONSTRUCTION Home Building & Repairs Concrete Work, Patios, Carparts AL 5-3416 I T , DANCE BANDS ST. LUKE'S INNIS ARDEN PANORAMIC DANCE "To the Slarllters" Church and club dances, are our special- ty. For available dates call C. M. Meulemans. Mere. St. Benedids, LA 2- 1063. POODENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl.Catessen 9436 161h Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 ONE.BEDROOM apartment near St. Brendan's in Bothell. Wall to wall car- pets, drapes, and appliances. Wlll od- |uit rent for elderly couple or Lady alone. PA 2-5499 or PA 2-8867. VIEW Lovely 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom brick and siding home. Full daylight base- ment with picture windows. Also lovely view from basement. All rooms excep- |lonally large. Dandy family home. Direct with owner. LI 2-2496 OR LI 2-887t IN THE WOODS 5 BRS./$45,000 MERCER ISLAND Native trees surround this "different" contemporary, and offer Its owners complete privacy, plus easy fo main- taln landscaping. Large 120-190 ft. lot. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and grand.plano size llvlng room. Separate d/nlng room. Wonderful party size deck over- looks a woodsy ravine. Lower floor Includes 4th and fifth bedrooms, 3 barns, recreation room, and of all things an authentic looking German beer gordenl A wonderful find for a family, call AD2-2575 (anytime]. GLENDALE REALTY MERCER ISLAND SHOPPING CENTER DASHPOINT SOUND VIEW NEXT DOOR TO CATHOLIC CHURCH One-half block from grade school. 15 minutes Tacoma. Beautiful completely remedeled older home. 2200 sq, ft. of comfort and charm on beautifully land- scaped lot. 180x120 ft. 3 large bed- rooms. IV2 baths. Separate dining room. 25x30 ft. llvlng room with mas- sive stone fireplace. Wall to wall car- pet and drapes. G.E. appliances In. eluding dishwasher. Lots of built-Ins and storage. Basement. Large double garage. Private circular driveway. Fruit trees. Only $22,500. Call Tacoma WAverley 7-0757, or see at 6523 Dash- point EIvd., N.E., Tacoma. ST. CATHERINE'S FAMILY HOME--6 BEDROOMS baths. Full daylight basement. Double garage. Fenced yard with fruit frees. $21,000 appraised. Call owner. SU 2- 536S. FLORIDA OWNER DESIRES SELL EQUITY In SxS Duplex near Madison and Empire Way, 1 bedroom, full basement. One unit now vacant. EA 4-8188. ST. JOSEPH'S MONTLAKE ATTRACTIVE 7 ROOM BUNGALOW. Nicely arranged with ,2 bedroom on -mcrln-floor with full both, 2 more bed- rooms up with full bath. FHA app. Owner will carry contract. CALL MRS. MURPHY EA2-2710 VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 NE 45th LA 2-5626 ONE BLOCK -- ST. LUKE'S THREE bedrooms and possible 4th. Panelled recreation room and roughed In bath In daylight basement. Beauti- ful landscaping. Arizona and Wllkeson stone fireplace. Dishwasher. F H A S19,325. LI 2-8746, I IIIII I I NURSING HOMES AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. ICE EXCLUSIVELY TO CATHOLICS. COMMIS- SIONS, BONUS, INSUR- ANCE BENEFITS, RETIRE- MENT. WRITE TO BOX NO. K, THE PROGRESS. ..... PURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eostslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5-1378 Redmond :. ,I ,, Excellent Food. . HELP WANTED (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N,E. LA 3.4296 ......... "--'BIRTt-- WANTED: SALESMAN TO PERSONAL TO SELL THE MOST BEAU- ........ r. BIBLE FOSTEk HOMES TII-UL L,/'*,/I-IkJL ',,.- r NEEDED I:VD OIIR/I ED PA 5-5303 we have an urgent need for temporary _.L.,,, .,H "  foster homes for Infants as well as AREFR SALES OPPORTu-loldor children. Board rate, medical care , , . L ,*,l A/uFland clothing are provided by thoagency. NITY I-UK / M/'MN vv Iq,JI If you are Interested, please call. Is N o T A F R A I D_ Tc00I CAT.OL,C SERVICES WORK. WE DO TH I-.---%-,-S. TRAINING FOR A SERV- Large bedroom with fireplace. Con- venient to everything Queen Anne area. Experienced nursing care pri- vale or welfare. AT4-0914. i PLUMBERS SERVICE Radiant Heating... Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3.6850 POSITIONS WANTED RELIABLE lady will do baby sitting vicinity of Richmond Beach district. I,, References, S1 per hour. LI 2-8370. COOK--FOR SEATTLE RECTORY. Three rlostlP-Llve In -- References required. eplY to Progress Box "H'. BOOKKEEPER-TYpist, part time, pleas- ant surround ngs, good opportunity for retired woman, references. Apply Box B, The Progress. ANTEO lady for light housework and some care of elderly lady. Live In. LI 6-3246. A NICE HOME FOR A LADY BE- TWEEN 55 or 60. Must be good house- Keeper and cook. A companion for lady alone. Drivers license Important, References requested, Salary $150, Out of town, Reply to Box "S" The Progress. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and tar the County of King. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, INC,, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. RAYMOND G. McKINNEY, and P H Y L L I S L. McKINNEY, his wife, MARGARET D. YOUNG, In- dividually and in her capacity as Ad- mlnistratrlx of the Estate of Russell O. Young, deceased, and JOHN DOE YOUNG, h r husband, MARILYN YOUNG and JOHN DOE YOUNG, her husband, KENNETH P. SHORT and JANE DOE SHORT, his wife, and PAUL R. CRESSMAN, and JANE DOE CRESSMAN, hie wife, d/b/a Short & Cressman, a partnership, WILLIAM MARX o n d JANE DOE MARX, his wife, UNITED STATES OF AMERI. CA, and FLORENCE E. YOUNG, In her capacity as guardian of the Estate N0W00 ST. BERNADETTE'S 3 BEDROOM SPLIT LEVEL ENTRY FULL BSMT.'DBL. GARAGE 11/2 BATHS BUILT IN APPLIANCES SACRIFICE BY OWNER TERRIFIC 1300 SQ. FT. HOME, only 1V2 blocks to St. Bernodette's. Featur- ing: 3 large bedrooms, with built in wardrobes and half bath off master bedroom. Sunny kitchen has built-in range and oven, copper hood and loads of birch cabinets. Gracious living room has floor to ceiling fireplace. Partially finished basement w th f replace Is! plumbed for extra bathroom and has potential for 2 to 3 more bedrooms. On large landscaped grounds. OPEN I TO 5 "ANYTIME" 631 S.W. 126TH CH 3-1373 ST CATHERINE'S FULL BRICK $350 DN. 4- BEDROOMS BUILT-IN APPLIANCES RECREATION ROOM FULL BASEMENT $16,500 IMMACULATE IS THE WORD for thb charming brick home In the heart of Greenlake with view. Huge living room with hreplace. Golden oak floors, mad- ern kitchen with built-In range, oven, dlshwosher. 4 large bedrooms. Full basement. Finished recreation room. Garage. Need we say more. Call at once: EM4-1180 on Ad No. 2034. Pic- ture Floor Plans Inc. 13300 Bathell Way N.E. EM 4-1180 OPEN 9 TO 9 P.M. WANTED! VIEW HOME In St. Joseph's parish. 3 bedrooms. Full basement. 2 car garage. Must have North or Northeast sweeping view. Up to 525,000 cash. Phone EAst2-0185. ST: CATHERi 5 BEDROOMS Brick, 2 baths, for sale or leale. LA5- 9924. AURORA VILLAGE Lake Balllnger View. Quiet Street. Ev. ergreen home. Immaculate 8 on 1. 3 bedrooms, dining room, 2 flreptaees, 2 patios` Fenced, Sewer. $19,500. Owner, PR 6-3387. MUST SELL! TWO bedrooms (plus den], detached ga- rage on corner Industrial at. Close to Boeing. Excellent Investment. 5719 Arpbrt Way south. PA2-6051. $i", BERNADETTE'S 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, built-ins, sundeck Full basement. Fireplace. $18,500. By .... owner. CH 2-7091. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE LARGE LANDSCAPED LOT JUST HALF-BLOCK TO CHURCH. 24x14 living rm. and 9x12 din. room with French dr,. opening to covered patio. 2 bedrooms, rec. rm. with 2nd fire- plnce. A ,patless home. Just listed at $18,950. Call Pat Hentschell, mere. Our Lady of The Lake. CALL LA. 4-5010 HILLCREST RLTY., INC. -- REALTORS QUEEN ANNE SOUTH SLOPE NEAR KINNEAR PARK. 3 BEDROOMS. BIRCH KITCHENS. DISHWASHER. A REAL BUY AT $19,000. Call Mr. Garrison at AT2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 11V2 Boston AT 2-$511 FOR SALE OR LEASE FEDERAL WAY; modern 3 bedroom home. 11/2 baths. Fireplace. Large at- tached garage. Newly finished Interl0r. 29015 lath Ave, South. PA 2-1487. -:- CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday FOR SALE _ . . . TRADE BANK FORECLOSURE FULL BSMT. 4 BEDROOMS ONE LEVEL TEEN AGE GLEAMS LIKE NEW LOVELY WEDGWOOD DISTRICT $13,950 $50 DN. OR CONTRACT The Bank Is taking a real beefing or thls lovely, lust decorated, rambllns gem In the heart of beoutlful Wedg wood. Yes, streets & sewers & side walks and all the conveniences to Pa. rachlal and Public Schools. 4 huge bedrooms all on the main floor. SeP- arate dining room, the living room Is spacious and large with fireplace. Call on Ad No. 139. BENTON'S REALTY, INC. 105TH & AURORA LA 2.71100 Now. INSIDE OF BBTH GREENWOOD-ST. JOHN'S NEW $171500 FHA or Bank Terms FULL DAYLITE BSMT. Revolutionary new plan wlth spectacular sunken living room with striking car. nor Swedish fireplace. SparKling kltch. en with cozy flreplaco. 3 spacious bed. rooms on main level with room for more or recreation room In full da. life bsmt. Two" fireplaces for wet wlntor evenings. Built-in range and oven and loads of formica. Call on home No. 21. BENTON'S REALTY, INC. LA 5.4343 6717 ROOSEVELT ST. MARK'S NEXT DOOR, secluded area, 2 lovely new homes on largo lots; ramblers, 3 and 4 bedrooms. 2 full baths. Large stone fireplaces. Thick Shake roofs, se- lect red birch Inside finish. Applloncos. See these homes before you buy. $23,. 90,;, owner and builder. EM 2-5502-- IE044 12|h N.E. Our Lady of the Lake 100xlO0 GROUNDS $14,750 t 3 bedrooms, 1 baths, full basement, Flreoloce, hardwood. Fruit frees. NOTHING like this on the market. BEST'S INC. LA 2-8417 MERCER ISLAND ST. MONICA'S NEW TRI-LEVEL IN WOODSY SET, TING, featuring: 4 bedrooms, 2V baths, separate recreation room, bul t- in appliances In modern kitchen with breakfast nook. Sliding doors to hal. cony off master bedroom suite. WalK:, Ing distance to both public and parochial schools. $35,750. BJARNE AMUNDSEN REAL ESTATE AD, 2-1949 BY OWNER ST. JOHN'S PARISH 3 Bedrooms twin-size. Full basement. A. D.C. heat. New roof. Insulated. Large living room with fireplace. Goad lot. Close to everything. New paint nside and out. New linoleum, and f Oars re. finished, FHA terms. $1S,500. SU 4-475S. LEGAL NOTICES INCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TAX SERVICE ALL FORMS 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE, EST. KENNEY REALTY (REALTORS) 15919 HlwaY 99; Lynnwood, Wash. PH 743-1176 +CoME TAX EXPERTLY DONE 12 YEARS IN SEATTLE AL CAVALIER TAX CONSULTANT SECURITY BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE MA 2-3465 FOR APPOINTMENT 1214 2nd Ave. 'Free Parkln Next Door' ,, -- LANDSCAPE GARDENING NO DOWN PAYMENT Two bedrooms plus. Newly painted. Near bus and school. FHA $7000. STRIKING MODERN 4 BEDROOM HOME Beamed ceiling, wall to wall carpet. Cork floors In bedrooms. State entry. Dishwasher. Back Yard fenced. Call us for more details. $24,500. Ed. Edwards (of St. Edwards Parish1 BrOker. PA 3-2871 GENESEE REALTY, PA 2.4050 LEGAL NOTICES LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estata of MARY E. MONAHAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175232. Notice fo Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under* signed has been appointed and has quoin fled as Executrix of the Estate of MARY E. MONAHAN, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said de- XPERIENCED GARDENER PRUNING & CLEAN UP WORK EA 3-2849 I L III I MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS, STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-11100 DELICIOUS, hame+mado broken chat. olafel. Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Bird, NE (opposite Marshall School). SACRIFICE SWISS MADE ELNA SUPERMATIC SEWING MACHINE, Comptetely auto- matic. Zlg-zag and all attachments, Original costs,over $350, will take best offer over $150. LA 2-0262. KENMORE DRYER S55 EAst 2-7039 I NURSING HOMES of Marllyn Young, a minor, Defendants` SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION. No. 615552. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: RAYMOND G. McKINNEY and PHYL- LIS L. McKINNEY+ his wife, Defend- ants: ' YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 21st day of February, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their offices below staled; and in cose of your failure so to do, a ludgment wlll be granted against you according to the demands of the cam- plaint, which has been filed with the clerk of sold court. The object of this action Is to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, described as: Lol 15, Brock 7, Burlen Lake View Tracts, Division No. 2, accardlng to plat thereof recorded In Volume 19 of Plats, page 87, records of King County; situate In the County of King, Stale of Washlngton; RESTFUL MANOR and to obtain a decree eliminating any CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE redemption rights of the defendants or In R G STERED NURSES 24 HRS the alternative to obtain a deficiency EASH STATE LIC No 444 " ludgment tar 'the oaance aue on a 3610 Emp re Way So " 'PA 5-2300 promissory note secured by slld mortgage ' ': -r,.-,,,,,P.e  *,,,c,,'..,, land for the other and usual Incidents to .... =.ath+oll'co:e;a"td.r .... th foreclosure af a real estate mortgage. _. . " , i First Publication 2-21.64 P'rlvate cases only. I It''T H /A'uR .......... State LI . NO. 69 ..... J  BRUM'BAC'H" &'"I4'ENNESSEY, 1/;.IZ lem Ave I=A ;:l-6gl -otn v+. ...... '_ =.,-o / Attorneys for Plaintiff ISSAQUAH VILLA |BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Catholic Operated. Class 1. IAttorr'eys for Plaintiff, LIe. No. 475 -- EX ..151 (no toll) 11407 Alaska Building, Final 3.2744 WILLIAMS & PERLMAN Afforneys 1306 North 175th Seattle, Woshlngton 98133 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for tho County of King. In Re Estate of WILFRED TAYLOR, Deceased. In Probate. No, 172797. No- flee of Hearing Final Report and Fell. tlon for Distribution. KATHLEEN H, TAYLOR, Executrx of c.eased, ar against said estate are above estate has filed In the Clerk's of- nereay r oqulred to serve the rice of said Court her Final Report and/same, duw verified, on sald MARY E. Account and Petlllan for Dlsrlbuton, MONAHAN or her attorney= of record asking the Court to settle said Report, at the -address below stated, and file distribute the property to the persons jthe same with the clerk of said court, thereto entitled and dlschorga Said ltagether with proof of such service, with. KATHLEEN H. TAYLOR. Said ReoartJ In six months after the date of first pub- and Petition will be heard on Aprl| 6,11icatlon of this notice, or the same will 1964 at 10:00 A.M., at the Probato De-lbe barred. mrtment Court Room of said Court. I Dnfe of first publication February lst, Doted 19th day of February, 1964. 11964. First pubflcatlon February 20, 1964. } MARIE MONAHAN MALADY WALTER W. RENSCHLER I LENIHAN & IVERS, Clerk of eald Court Attorneys of said Estate, By R. S. HOFEDITZ+ Deputy HILLIAMS & PERLMAN Attorneys far Estate By Paul M. Williams 1306 North 175th Seattle, Washington 98133 Flnal 3-13.64 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS+ 1114 Norton Building, Seattle, Wash, LENIHAN & IVERS Attorneys for Estate, Seattle, Wash. Final 3.6.64 - CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate 21| 4th AVO. SO., P,O. BOX 148 Keat, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washlngtan for the County of Klng. In 1ha Matter of the Estate of EDWARD L. ENRIGHT, Deceased. In Prebto. No. 170041. Natlco of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that Ethel B, Shannon, edmlnistratrlx of the Estate of Edward L. Enrlght, has flied In the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle eald Report, distribute tho property 1o the persons thereto entltled and to discharge said administratrlx; and that said Report and petition will be heard an the 11th day of March, 1964, at 9:30 A. M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of eald Court, at which time and pace any person interested In said Estate may appear and file objections hereto and contest the same. Dated this 11th day of February, 1964. Date of first publication, February 21, 964, WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of sold Court. BY R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy. CURRAN & CURRAN, Altarneys for Estate, 213 4th Ave. $O., P.O. Box 1411, Kent, Wash. Final 3.6-64 of CUMMINGS & HARRIS Atfernoys 1008 Olympic Nallanal Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washlngtan for the County ot King. In the Matter of the Estate of Crlepln 175188, Tuna, Deceased, In Probato. No. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been oppalnted and has qualified as Executor of the above en- titled , estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the some, duly veri. fled, on said Executo  or hls attorney of record at the dddress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such serv- Ice, within .lx months otter the date af first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Dote of first Publication February 28 1964. PlUS PAUL PIKE Executor of sald Estate 1008 Olympic Natlonat Bldg. Seattle 4, WaShington THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, of CUMMINNGS & HARRIS, Attorney for Estate, 1008 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle 4, Washington Final 2-13.64 St. Anthony's RENTON OWNER TRANSFERRED forces sale of this lovely 4 bedroom brick front trl-level home, in spotless con- dition. Sliding glass doors lead onto large patio with expansive landscaped back yard. Large brick fireplace with panelled wall. Built-in oven and range In all birch kitchen. Generous recrea- tlon room panelled In mahogany, SeP- arale utility with ha|f bath plus sep- arate sewing room. Thls exceptional home priced for quick sale at $19,750. BA 6-633 or AL 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES REHTON, WASHINGTON HOLY ROSARY VIEW 4 BDRMS. 2 BATHS BASEMENT SS00 DN $16,000 4 huge bedrooms. Plana size living room banquet size dining rm,Level ornor grounds with all Improvements In and pod. Situated tn the papular Admlra District only 4 blocks to Holy Resar Catholic School and Church. Our m luslve--Call CH 3.1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11026 - 1st Avenue South ST. JOSEPH'S 5 BEDROOMS DOUBLE PLUMBING PANELLED ENTRY HALL New formica kitchen with dtshwoshel Rocreatlon room and many other nl( features. Close to schools, shoppln and transportation, and all your need= for tho family. ALSO 6ONI FULL DAYLIGHT BASEMENT Call Mary Bracelln CLIFTON ALBRIGHT REALTORS ISS00IIvo Way EA $.0700 IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Plnlshea homes ready to move Into now. VIsit the furnished show houses. Open nolly 10 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call Free- riga Home=, Inc, SH 6-9221. New! New! ST. JOHN'S % on I Rambler Daylife Basement ONLY $17,S00 A rare buy In a new 3 bedroom rambler with full dayllte basement only a few blocks from the church and close to bus and shopping. "Swedish" fireplace, rec. rm. with 2nd fireplace, 2rid plumb- Ing R-I. Just listed and 1st time ad- vertised, Call ME2-4200, Marie Moss Rlty., 1716 N. 45. iii ii I 'n 00emor+om I O the charity o 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. Benedict Bar- tholme, O,F.M., died Feb. 28, 1940. The Rev. Louis T. O'Calla- ghan, S,J., died March 2, 196L The Rev. William E. Smith, $.3., died March 3, 1950. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Pre[ontaine, died March 4, 1909. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. ,lohn Sweens, died March 5, 1949. Aberdeen HAGARA, Joseph, 69, of Junction City, died Feb. 18. Requiem Feb. 21, St. Mary Church, Aberdeen. Burial Fern HHI. Born In Czechoslovakia. Lived In Grays Harbor 38 years. Worked In lumber mills. He fs sur- vived by nieces and nephews, White- side Undertaking Co. SPINOOR, Mrs. Sam (Edith), 76, of g23 W. Wishkoh, died Feb. 17. Re- quiem Feb. 20, Ss. Peter and Paul Church. Burial Fern Hill. Born In Po- land, Lived In Aberdeen 55 years.. Survivors: husband; five daughters, Mrs. Edith Gouroff, Aberdeen; Mrs. Madeline Brinley and Mrs. Wanda Jansen, both of Raymond; Mrs. Paul- Ine Hanson and Mrs. Isabell Drullner, both of Seattle; five grandchildren, Whtteside Undertaking Co. Arlington CALLISON, Therese, 78, Rt. 4, died Feb. 17. Requiem Feb. 21, Immaculate Conception Church, Burial Arlington Cemetery. Born in Jacquet River, N. BrunswicK, Canada, Lived In Arlington area 49 years. She is survived by a slster, Mrs. Mortha Elizabeth Tattl- son, Vancouver, B.C. Weller and Solle Funeral Home. Fr;day, Feb. 28, !964 THE PROGRESS--! I Cle Elum .... Seattle PARDELLA, Mrs, Roy (Ernosta ACRI, Joseph, 7S, 139"23 Paclfl Mary), 74, died Feb. 18. Requiem Feb. Highway S,, died Fob. 24. Requiem 21, Visitation Church. Burial Calvary, Feb, 28, St. Thomas Churoh, River- Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. ton. Burial Calvary. Barn In Ituly. Came here in 1905, Survivors: wife, Jo+ Moved to Italy when was five years, sephtne; sons+ Ralph, Anchoruge, Came to Tacoma In 1919, moving to Alaska; Domenico,. Phlb Joseph and Cle Elum In 1939. Survivors: husband; Carlo; arother, am, all Seattle; four daughters, Mrs. Gina Palamle- dessl, Mrs, Derno Nino, and Mrs. Laura Hildebrand, all of Tacoma, and Mrs. Nerlna Fagan, Seattle; 13 grand children and four great-grandchildren. PiPer Funeral Home. Edmonds McCANN, Walter W., 56, 1228 9fh Ave., died Feb. 21. Requiem Feb. 25 HOly Rosary Church. Entombment Holyread. Born In Palrbanks, Alaska. Came here In 1916. Member of Team- sters' Union. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. James "F. McAuliffe, Seattle; sister, Mrs. William H, Kehrll, Portland, and six grandchildren. Beck's Funeral Home. Ferndale LEVlEN, Carl Martin, 47, of Route 2, died Feb. 23. Requiem Feb. 26, St. Joseph Church. Burial Greenacres. Was resident of Whateam County all his life. Was World War 1 Army vet- eran. Survivors: wife, Gweadolyn; two daughters, NIta and Diana: five sons, Larry, Richard, John, Carl and ME- chael; sister, Mrs. Nona Pearson, Ferndole. Moles Funeral Home. Lynnwood HARDY, John H., 44, of 6210 186th S.W,, died Feb. 22. Requiem Feb. 26. St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Sparrows Point, Md. World War II Army veteran. Joined Social Security Admlnlstrotlan In Se- attle In 1947, transferred to Evereff as clalms represe.'ltative In 1951. Survivors: wife, Dorothy; two sons, John H. III and Thomas; mother, Mrs. Emma Hardy, Dundalk, Md., and sister, Mrs. Edward Martin, Dundalk. Mlddel- stodt's Baltard Funeral Home. Marysville KALAKOSKY Mrs. George (Elizabeth), 74, of 922 State St., died Feb. 19. Re* qulem Feb, 24, St. Mary Church. Bur- lal Evergreen. Born In Merrnl, WIs. Lived In Everett and MarysyIIle ,50 years. Was member of Goldea Hours Club of Everett. Survivors: two sisters, Mrs. Ann Henert and Mrs, Martha Paten, both of Morro Bay, Collf.; brother, Peter Achatz, Morro Bay; six grandchildren and 19 great-grandchil- dren, Purdy and Waltere Funeral Home, Evereff, brother and sister in New York; three sisters In Italy; 1S gmnd:hlldren; two reat-grandchlldren, Manning & Sons uneral Home. MARTIN, Mrs. AIlce 73, 1t47 elst Ave. E., died Feb. 23. Requtem Feb, 26 St. Joseph Church. Burial HaW- rood Born In Denver, Colo. Came here In 1910. Survivors: husband, Samuel A+; daughlers, Mrs. "Thomas McHugh Seattle, and Mrs. William V, Kelley, Spokane; son. Somueb and sister, Mrs, Irene Black, both Seattle; 15 grand- children. Manning & 00s Funeral Home. MOELLER. MrS. Elllmboth , 86, 5215 6th Ave. N.W., died Feb. 21. Re- quiem Feb, 24 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Calvary, Born In Westphalla Germany. Came here In 1906. Member of Third Order of St. Frands and the Altar Society. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Charles Benzon, Be)l(vue, and Mrs, Frances McQulston, Seattle,= son, Bernard J., Cottage Grove, Ore,; 12 grandchildren. Hoffner's Plsh-Kalfus Funeral Home. PREISINGER, Mrs,-othelne M., 78, 312 18th Ave,, died Feb.'20. Re,. aulem Feb. 24 Church oLthe Immoo. ulate. Burial Hqlyrood. Born In St. Pe- tersburg, Nob. Came hero 24 years ago. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Ever- eft WIseman, Mrs. Raymond Kersch- net and Mrs. Hubert Hill, all of Seat- rio; sons, Harold, Joseph and Anton, oil Seattle; brothers, Anion Koehnen, Seal Beach, Callf, and Joseph J and Frank Koehnen, both Seattla; S.+-" tars, MIss Mary Kaehnen, Windsor, N. D., and MIss Elizabeth Koehnen, Jamestown, N. D.; +5 grandchildren. Manning & 5arts Funerot Home. TUOMEY, Mrs. Emllle, 90, 4017 32nd Ave. W., died Feb. 23. Requiem Feb. 26 St. Plus X Church, Mountlake Ter- race. Burial Holyrood. Born In St. Paul, Minn. Came here In 1935, Sur- vivors: husband, Thomas; san, Ber- nard, Portland, Ore.; daughter, MISS Madelelne, Seattle; =Isle,. Mrs. F. S. MIIIlchamp, Edmonds; Mrs, Max Slebrlcht, Son Francisco, Mrs. Ed- ward Sibley, Piedmont, Calif., Mrs. Donald Bradley, Santa Rosa, Calif.; three gndchlldren; four great-grand- children, Back's Funeral Home. Bellingham HEIN, Mrs. Peter W. (Margaret L.), of 2114 King St., died Feb. 23. Requiem hlgh Mass Feb. 26, Church of the As- sumption. Burial Bay View. Was assis- tant manager of Frederick & Nelson Shopping Center and member of Bel- Ilnghom Theater Guild, Belllngham Art League and Teamsters' Union. Survivors: husband; son, Gordon Cur- zon; four grandchildren, all of Bel- llngham, and brother, George Death, Victoria, B.C. Westford Funeral Home. READ Roy J., 77, of 2423 Cherry St., died Feb, 19. Requiem Feb. 24., AssumPtion Church. Burial Greenacres. Resident of Bellingham post 41 years. Was member of Albert J. Hamilton Post 7, American Legion, Warld War 1 veteran and retired janitor. Survivors: wife, Bernadette T.; son, Charles, Sumner; daughter, Myrtle, Bellingham; one grandchild. Westford Funeral Home. WASLEY, Mrs. Howard E. (Anna C.), 78, of 315 Forest, died Feb. 21. Requlem high Mass Feb. 25, Sacred Heart Church. Burial Bay View. Re- sided In BeIIIngham slnco 1927, Was member of Altar Soclety. Survivors: son, Howard E,, Belllngham; two daughters, Mrs. Fern Wilson, Belling- ham, and Mrs. Clyde Raldy, Pocafello, Idaho; eight grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. West ford Funeral Home. CAPITOL HILL ST. JOSEPH'S _ LEGAL NOTICE S NEW ON MARKE"TFlrst ttmn odver. tl,eql Across from St. Jesoph's school. ALEXANDER I. CAIN 4 bedroom colonial with spacious day rooms, In bequtlful condition. Full Attorney baeement, new furnaco, sprlnkleredl 918 Joseph Vance, Bldg.+ grounds. Small enclosed play area for Seattle, Wasn. chlldren. Qulck +oceapancy far qua Ifled IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE buyer. Prlced rlght at $21,000. CollJ State af Woshlngton for the County of Mr. Manta, EA2.5251. Klng. MERLEN J. MOORE CO. REALTORS In the Matter of the Estate of EDNA 405 15th East EAS-4000 MAE HENRY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175106. Notlca to Creditors. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN Notice is hereby given that the under- NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE signed has been appelntad and has quail- HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. fled as Administrator of the, estate of Olympia Tacoma HARTLE, Mrs. Anteala, 82, dled KETELL, Harry F., 55, Of 205 N. Feb, 19, Requiem high Mase Feb. 24, Tacoma Ave,, died Feb. 23, Redulem St, Mlchael Church. Burial Odd Fel- Feb. 26, St. Patrick Church, Burfol lows Cemetery. Survivors: two sons, Calvary. Born In St. Helens, Ore. and mil Came to Tacoma 25 ears a o W Ernest, Daly Clty, Calif., E , ntin , . Y g. aS Cartwrlght N D " six daughters Mrs  _.g contractor. Survivors: five ' ' " ' " augmers, Judith Martha and C n Earl Standley and Mrs. George Marion, thla " - ' "" - 'y " , a at /acoma; Mrs Ieaaie both of Portland; Mrs. Clifford J. B.i;i,,,,_ - .... , ..... u-..., urlnaa, (;ollf, and Mrs. Haugland, Bremertan; Mrs. Manley Kathl u,,,, =,^, ,, _^,,,, Mlner, Okanagan; Mrs, Bruce Smith, Mrs "n"-''"xk*,"'|".t._r..*L.J'".'.'. Garden Grove, Calif., and Nellie brafher,'T'ho+ma'(:,'----'",,}u, '- :" Hartle, Wallo Walla; two slster$, Mrs. nerul Home. Agnes Croy, CartwrlghL and Mrs. LVENHAGEN, Mrs. !. lllliard Anna Myers, Spokoho;bl;0ther, Joe ,(Paullrle), 48, of 7430 $. Montgomery Doblas, Thermopoll$, WYO.; 14 grand. St., died Feb 19, Requiem high Mass ch dren and one great-grandson. So. Feb. 2t, Visitation Church. Burial lene and Eros Mortuary. Calvary. Born In Tacam and lived Poulsbo CATES, Adrian F., 72, of Route 1, died Feb, 22. Requiem Feb. 25, Our Lady Star of the Sea Church. Burial Woodlawn Memorial Park. Born In Breoklyn N.Y. Came west with his father In early I0+S. _to .establish first marine ways an Pacific CoaSt In Vancouver, B.C, Wds :tugboat ski, per and later omployed'" by Pug Sound Naval Shipyards. Came ta Bremerton from Vancouver In 191P. Retired In 194& Survivors: wife, Mary D.; son, George+ Bremerton; five grandchildren. Miller.Reynolds Funer. ol Home. Seattle FLORE$CA, Leandra, 54, 317 19th Ave. E., died Feb. 22, Requiem Feb. 29, St, Joseph Church. Buria Calvary. Born tn Nagulllan La Union, P.I. Came here 35 years ago. Sut;. vlvors: wife, Emma; ddughfers, Car- melite and Zenoldo FIosca, all Seat. fie; mother, Mrs. CuIIta Marzan FIo, esca, seven brothers and four sis- ters, all In the Philippines, Eonney- Watson Funeral Home. GHIGLIONE, Mrs, JuIln, 72, 2016 Flfth Ave. N., dled Feb. 18. Re- quiem Feb. 20. St. Anne Church. Bur- lal Calvary. Born In Wlsconsln, Came here 53 years aga. Survivors: daugh- ters, Mrs. James RIspoli, Seattle; Mrs. Dennis Vlham, Tokyo. and Mrs. Rob- art D. Downs, Cormet, Calif.; eight there all her life. Was employed by Prudont|at Lifo Insurance Co. Surviv- ors: daughter, Claire Ann Leveahagen Tacoma; parents, Mr. and Mrs, Anton Lampe, Tacoma; elstar, Mrs. Mary Hawley, Tacoma. PiPer Funeral;Home. Vancouver ANDRE, Leon Rime, 73, of 405 E. /tt Plain Blvd., died Feb;':IS. Re. qulern Feb. 21, St. James Chureh. Bur- tal Mr, Calvary, Portland, Bdrn In Trenton, Pa. Lived In Vancouver past 45 years. Survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Nelson Voncauver and Mrs. EIn/ne Allen, Gresham, Ore.; brother Eugene, Portland; sister, Mr& Renee Leonard, Washlngtan, D.C4 five grondchlldron. Hamnfen,Mylan I=uneral Home. 1 RYAN, Ambrose O, 67, Of 3710 Thompson Ave,, died FOb. t6. Requlem Feb, 20, St, James Church,,Burlal Wlllamette National- Cemetery," Port. land. Born In Waterloo, tawe, Lived tn Vancouver slnce 1920. Hamilton. Mylnn Funeral Hom. Winlock LEWIS, JoSOph M., 59, died Feb. 14. R!tqulem Feb. 18, Sacred Heart Church. Burial St. Urban Cemetery. Born In Elpart, lo. Lived In Win- lock Past 18 years. SurvlV0r$: Wife, Mary Ann; five sons, Joseph Jr, John, Richard, Larry and Gory, Wlnloc three daughters, Eleanor, Anna and LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 7ON I $14.,450 HORELINE; 3 BEDROOM RAMBLER fireplace, Panelled recreation room, fenced yard. Close 3cheals, bus. Quick possession. CRAWFORD & CONOVER, INC. I)40 35th N.E. LA 3-55 SWEEPING TERRITORIAL VIEW Contemporary all on one. Beamed ceil- Ings, 3 bedrooms. Plus den or 4th bed- room. 2 baths. Built-ins. 90x135 ft. lot. Landscaped. Fruit trees, Between Ran- ton and Seattle. $22,500. Owner. PA2- 6956, i LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Bldg., Seattlo, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stato of Washington for tho County of King, In The Mdfler of The Estate of BERT HALL, Deceased. In Proltte. No, 166437. Notice Of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that William F. Hennessey, Administrator W.W.A. of the estate of BERT HALL, has filed In the office Df tho Clerk of said Court his Final Report and Petition for Dlsfrlbu- tlon, asking tho Court to settle eald re- part, distribute 1ha property 1o the per- sons thereto entitled and to discharge said Admlnlstratar W.W.A., and that said report and petition will be heard on the 30th day of March, 1964, at 10:00 a.m. at the court room af tho Probate Department of =aid Court, at which time and place any person Interested In said astate may appear and file oblectlone lhereta and contest the lame, Dated this 24th day of February, 1964. Date of first pablleatton February 20, 1964. WALTER W. RENSCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy Brumbach & Hennessey, Attorneys for Estate, 1407 Alaska Bldg., Seattle, Washington I=Innl 3q3- OPENDACK & ALFIERI Afforneys 911 Joshua Green BuIIdIB Seattlo, Woshlngtan |N TNE SUPERIOR COURT OF "tHE State of Washington for the County of King, In The Mailer of the Estate of BER. NARD KETTER, Deceased. In Pro. bate. No. 174991. Notice TO Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- sighed has been appointed and has qualified as Admlnlstratrlx of the estate of Bernard Ketter, Deceased; that all Persons having claims against sold de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, dulY verified, on said Admlni- stratrlx or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first pabll- cation of this notice, or tho same will be ba fred. Date of first publication February 28, 1964. ELEANOR KETTER Admlnlstrutrlx of said Estate. 2655.140th N.E., KIrKland, Wash, OPENDACK & ALFIERI, Attorneys for Estate. 911 Joshua Green Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Flngl 2-13.64 Edna Mae Henry, Deceased; that all grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral persons havlng claims against said de- Home. Mary, all of Wlnlock; sister, Mrs, ceased are hereby required to serve the . GORDON, Willis $., 43, 16534 Sth Charles Anderson, Wlnlock; brother, same, duly verified, on said admlnlstra- Ave. N.E,, dled Feb. 21, Requiem Feb. William, Duluth, Mlnn. CatfermOle Pu- tar or hls attorney of record at the ad- 2.5 St. Mark Church." Burial Hblyrood. - heral Home, dress below stated, and file the some Born In Hemlngwoy, S. C. Came here with the Clerk of said Court, together In 1946. Member of Veterans of For- , J =u "" ++ Hotfne with proof of such service within six Veterans. Survlvorl: wlfof Eleanor; months after the date of first publication daughters, Peggy, Nonay,, Terry and f this notice, or the eamo will be Kathy Gordon; son+ Kelly, all of }arred. home; mother, Mrs. Martha Gordon; Date of first pabIlcatlon February 14, sisters, Mrs. Avis Legette, Mrs. Eu- 1964. nlce Brltton and Mrs. Edna Lepette; GUY HENRY, three brothers, James, Harris and Admlnlstrator of said Estate. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash, ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg,+ Seattle, Wash. Flnal 2-28.64 P. R. MINTOSH Attorne/ Grelwead BlOCk, 8Sth and Greenwood Seqttle, Woshlngtan IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Woshlngtan for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ALFRED NELSON, Deceased. In Prebato. No. 175260. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix of the above en- titled estate; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore here- by required to serve the some, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attar. nay of record at the address below stated, and fllo fho same with the Clerk of sold Court, together with proOf of such servlce, within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication February 211th, 1964. VIDA NELSON Executrix of eald Estate S45 North 74th. Seattlo, Woshlngtan P. R. MclNTOSH, AHorney for Estate, Greenwood Block, lith & Greenwood, Seattle, Washington. Final 3.13-64 THOMAS P. CUMMINGS Attorney 1008 Olympic Natlonol Bldg. Seattlo, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King, In The Matter Of The Estate Of ONETA McCARTY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 172031. Notice of Hearing Final Re- pod' and Petltlon for Partial Distribu- tion. Notice Is hereby glvon that Edith Smith, Admlnistltrlx of the Estate of ONETA McCARTY, has flied in the af- rica of the Clerk of sold Court her final Report and petition for partial dis- tribution, asking the Court to settle eaid Report, pertldlly distribute the proporty to the persons thoroto entitled and to dis- charge said Adminlstratrlx; and that sold Report and petition will be heard an the 30th day of March, 1964, at 9730 a.m. at the Court Room of the Probole Department of said Court, at which tlme and ploca any person interested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and eantest the same. Doted this 2Sth day Of February, 1964. Date of first publication February ll 1964. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By R. M. ALLENBACH, Deputy. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, Attohey for Estate, 1008 Oiymplc National Bldg., Seaflle, Washington. Final 2-13.64 Kelth, all of Hemlngway. Hoffner's FIsheroKalfus Funeral Home; GORMAN, Mllmel Ed 78 3906 4ld Ave. S. W., died Feb. 18. Requiem Feb. 24 Holy Rosary Church, Born 3b Cobaen ant. Came here 60 years ago. Member of the Knlghfl of ColumbUs. Survivors: wife, Cora E4 daughtar Mrs. Richard K. Reese Bellevue; san, T-$gt. John E., wlth Air Force In bayer, Del.; sisters, Mrs. George Bryerfon, Sacramento, Callf,; Mrs. Lucllfe Dunker, Part Angeles, and Mrs. Ella GIImaro+ Seattle; brothors, Gill Gorman, Port Angeles, and Sam J. Soap Lake; seven grandchildren. West Funorol Home. BIRTHS LONeVIEW -- St. John'e Hospital reports the folloWlnBblrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Karnaskl, boy, Feb, 20. BELLINGHAM ---St, JoSeph's Gen. oral Hasplfal reports the fOlloWing births to Mr. and Mrs.: Roland W. Koioe, boy, Feb. 17, Ramona Silva, glrl, Feb. 19. James Nunamaker, girl, Feb, 20. FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME : Serving Catholic hmllles Far Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MEh'ose 2-0100 508 North 36th Seattle GEORGE HOFFR Owner ji when youz .need is p'eatest . + _ I ! All Fadlifles on Sround Floor ,Level, Including Two Chapel= CONVENIENT, SUPERVISED PARKING PROVIDED u i