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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 18 AUTOMOBILES PaR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 AWNINGS ALUMINUM AWNINGS, STORM WIN- DOWS AND DOORS AT SAVINGS. FREE ESTIMATES. CREASON ALUMINUM SU 3-4870 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CLEANERS SERVICED DAY AND NIGHT--S5 New Repair. $3.50 repairs your vacuum cleaner. TOM McELROY LA 2-4671 PAINTING Interior & Exterior Residential & Commerclal WALTER P. NELSON LA 3-6985 7553 19th N.E. ROOFING GUTTERS FOUNDATIONS MATZ ROOFING & SIDING CO. GR 4-5O46 Tacoma, Washington Aluminum and Asbestos Siding Free Estimates F()R ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, HOMES ST. BENEDICT'S 4 BDRM. 2 BATH Rec. Room BIRCH KITCHEN $150 DOWN Time's a-wostln'! You've got to see this terrific home before It's gobbled up by soma lucky buyer. Owner has spent thousands of dollars ',o make this home on outstanding value. Here's o large cir- cular floor plan with full basement and Double Garage. This one Is so loaded it can't last, at lust $13,000. Call now. LA. 5-6116 BEST'S, INC. ST. MATTHEW'S NEW Construction Is lust beginning on 6 quality hames, located on a lovely dead end street, lust 3 blocks from St. Motthews Hugo Early American rambler and lovely spilt levels. 3 and 3 bedrooms, 2 and 3 baths, gorgeous kitchens with family eating space and built.ins. Wide level native lots. Priced from $22,950 to 824,950 and we will take your present home in trada. Call now as this won't last long. O'NEIL & SIEDELHUBER LA 5-5702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. St. Joseph's NEW ON MARKET FOR SALE TRADE YOUR EQUITY PFP SWEEPING 100 DEGREE VIEW PUGET SOUND 4 BR'S $22,.500 FHA APPRAISED THE MOST UNIQUE home on a com- manding view lot that Is unsurpassed. The view of Puget Sound Majestic Olympic mountains con be enjoyed from either the moln floor or the completely finished daylight basement. Large living room with picture win. daws. W/W corpetlng and log-size fire- place is most astounding. Large formal dining room. Huge ranch kitchen with built In appliances. Hardwood cabinets. Glistening formica counter and eating area. 2 full baths with colored fixtures, completely finished recreation r o om. Fireplace. Picture windows. Large sun- deck to catch the view and glowing red sunsets. On sewers. It cannot be dupli- cated for many, many more dollars. Hurry for 1he buy of your life. Call LI 2-3184 on Ad No, 3362. Picture Floor Plans, In,, 18322 Aurora Ave. LI. 2-3184 ST. JOSEPH'S 3 BR'S ZERO DN. "SHARP" Inside City 4 BR'S Fireplace Attached Garage "zero dn." $13 750 A TEEN-AGE BEAUTY In popular North Pork area. Walk to everything. These people have bought and ore anxious, so let's help them get Into their new home and so--help ourselves. This Is the young, large, close in home you have been looking tar. Call EM4-1180 on Ad No. 7021. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS INC. Pray for them... i ii iiii iii ii i in Memoriam J TM 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 Ray. James Kennelly, S.J., died March 8, 1927. The Rev. Michael J. Murphy, died March 8, 1951. The Rev. Maurice Lee, died March 1O, 1952. The Rev. James r.L Brogan, SJ., died March 12, 1947. F--k/I ,411 QI The Rev. Maurice Foley, _ _-'V'" Z--_ j _lJV I died March 14, 1951. HAWTHORNE HILLS I 4 BDRMS. AND 2 BATHS I Graham $23 750 EXCLUSIVE!I Something lust right for " BEFFA: AlbertP., 83,.Route t, Box o young growing famlly. 2 BR's ondl 316, dlea I-eD. 2tL i<equmm March 4 bath on main level, 2 BR'sand bath up, SS. Cosmos and Domian Church, Or- Ample eating area In cheery kltchen, I ring. Nntlve of Rice Lake, WIs. Veteran Full basement. VIEW SUPREME OF I of the Spanish.American War. Retired LAKE AND MOUNTAINS. Try and beat employe of Northern Pacific Railway. fhS--INGEW & CLARK L,v. ,n ,h,s area 10 Years, moving from Deer Park. Survivors: wife, Nell; two sons, Lester, Milton, and Gilbert, Vancouver; brother, P. J., Tlefon; 5507-35TH N.E.--LA. 4-'4UUl" ^' sister, Mrs. Laura Stull, Tacoma; six OPEN 9 TO 9 ' grandchildren and five greot-grandchll. h dren. Orting Funeral Home. IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open Dally. 10 o.m. 'ill 9 at night. Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, inc. Lummi FINNEY, Mrs. E. Morllyn, 49, died March 4. Requiem March 7 St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyraod. Born In Portland Attended Washington State University where she was o member of Kappa Delta Sorority. Member of the Lumml Island Grange, the Ladies i i i O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fro.Ms 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 dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, i Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. j i Seattle CYR, Theresa, 93, 4831 3Sth Ave. S.W., died March 3. Requiem March 7 St. Vincent Home. Burial Evergreen, Ev- erett, Born in Maria, Quebec. Came here 18 years ago. Was o retired school teacher. There are no Immediate sur- vivors. Bonnoy-Watson Funeral Home. DOMONDON, Mrs. Cristota N., 49, $37 19th Ave., died March 2. Requiem March 8 Church of the Immaculate. Burial Ft. Lawton Cemetery. SurvivorS; son, Capt. Serglo Domondon, USAF, Folrbonks; daughters, Mrs. Benlto Lazo and Crls- teta R. Domondon, Seattle, and Mrs. Raymond Salgodo, in California; par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Nolosco, In the Philippine Islands; brother, F. G. Nolasco, USN, aboard USS Remora, submarine In Pearl Harbor, and four other brothers and four sisters, Phli- Ilpplne Islands, and six grandchildren. John Kolin Funeral Home. ENOS, Mrs. Claude (Barbara), 7% 11727 First Ave. N. W., died March 2. Requiem March 6 Christ the King Church. Burial Holyraod. Born In Pine City, Minn. Came here 50 years ago. Member of Nine Fry Tent No 12, Daughters of Veterans of the Civil War, and 1ha General George Washington Circle, Ladies of the Grand Army of the Republic. Green Lake Funeral Home. GALYSL, Walter J., 67, 21S 13th Ave. E., died February 25. Requiem March 4 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born in Poland. Went to Wheeling, W, Va,, as a boy. Came here In 1932. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Lora Pnzelenskl and Mrs. TIIly Podeszwa, both In Wheeling, GERAGHTY, Mrs. Marcello Cannon, 81, 232 13th Ave. E., died March 3. Re- quiem March 6 St. James Cathedral. Burial Calvary. Born In Ricevlllo, Iowa. Seattle JOHNSON, Lyle, 69, 6817 49th Ave. N.E., died February 26. Requiem March 2 Church of the Assumption. Burial Holyrood. Born In Mansfield, Ohio Came bare 54 years ago. Was a de- partment manager for the mall order division of Sears and Roebuck here for 38 years. He retired 10 years ago. Survivors: wife, Frances; daughter, Mrs. Dolmen Kothon of Seattle, and two grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. MALEC, Mrs. Krlstlna, 83, 1623 Franklin Ave. E., died March 1. Requiem March 5 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Interment Holy- rood. SAUTER, Clement J., 74, 1600 43rd Ave. E,, died February 26. Requiem March I St. Joseph Church. Burial Holyrood. Born tn PIHsburg, Po. Came here 38 years ago. Was an employee of the Equitable Life Assurance So- ciety for 59 years. Retired as manager nine years ago. Member of the Seattle Life Underwriters and the Life Man- agers Club. Survivors: wife, Jane W.; daughters, Mrs. John L. Ryan and Mrs, Frank E. Eltlott, both of 5eottlo; sisters, Mrs. Frank Woods, San Fran- cisco and Mrs. Clifford Boddloy, WII- lord, Utah; six grandchildren. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. Tacoma BALDASSIN, Lee St., 75, 46t7 S. M St., died Feb. 26. Requiem March 1 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Italy and lived here since 1929. Retired stationary fireman. Mem- ber of the Eagles. Survivors: wife, Mary; five sons, James, Albert, Robert and Lee Jr., oll of Tacoma, and Wal- ter at Seattle; three daughters, Mrs. Virginia Kenfield and Mrs. Lucille Goodwin, both of Tacoma, and Mrs. Catherine Lind of Olympia; a Sister In England; 23 grandchildren and five great-grandohildren. Goffnoy Funeral i THE PROGRESS--I Friday, Ma,rch 8, t963 Vancouver STINAR, Mrs. Flora M., 57, 3403 E. McLoughlin Blvd:, died March 1. Requi- em March 5 St. Joseph Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born In Wodena, Minn. Came here 20 years ago. Teacher at Lleser Elementary School. Survivors: son, John, Son Pedro, Calif.; daughter, Virginia Sttnar, Vancouver; two sisters, Mrs. Josephine Sllvius, Detroit, Mich., and Mrs. Sophy Burch, New Brunswlck, N.J., and one grandchild. Homllton- Myian Funeral Home. Washougal DUNCAN, Mrs. LUIO M., 54, died Feb, 28. Requiem March 4 St, Thomas Church, Comas. Born in Pennsylvania. Llveq here since 1909. Survivors: three sons, Theodore, Comas; Ross, Wash ougal and Wallace, Pendlefon, Ore., six grandchildren. Stroller Funeral Home. Protestant Hits Church 'Caricature' CHICAGO, (NC) -- A testant observer at the ecumen- ical council said here that "the picture of the Roman Catholic Church as a solid block of con- servatism is a caricature." The Rev. Dr. Douglas Horton, dean emeritus of the Harvard gutters and downspouts, Asbestos andlThis is your golden chance to gel Into composition siding. Free ostimoles, l one of THE HILLS' better homes, "in Guaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. I 1he pink of condition" on FHA terms. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place 4 bedrooms, triple plumbing, pleasant HCT'/ON---6Co and spacious .day rooms. Lorgejkitchen. remodeling service, room additions, re -I CombinaTion oreaKfost and stuay room Ir" I * , 4 rlor Insured Refer I for the childr.m. Beautifully maintained po ,,, ex.e . " antes U n to S veers to nay Inside and out. Full basement with well  PA -4463 r I proportioned space for recreation room. ....... I Newer cob. furnace. Nlco enclosed rear .......... garden. Priced of $17 000 . . . Call Mr, ' ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS Manca. EA 2-5251. iMERLEN J. MOORE RLTRS. WE 2-0354 . . . WE 7-3776' 405 15th East EA 54000 Industrial and house wiring. "Electrlc I CT RIZDklAIETT r" heating our specialty." Serving West I" i'$L'\\;[ / I|L Seattle. Art E. Lindberg, Owner. 4 BDRM P'----/-/- TRuE CAPE-COD TORTILLAS [ FULL BASEMENT LA MEXICANA Mexi.Catessen nr-l Jl r.nA fr n * --' 9436 16th Ave. 5.W. WE. 5-1480 DL.)ULCV/'MLJ I"/J(. F.A View Ridge Area IMMACULATE THROUGHOUT. Full base- . ............... ment. Eating space In kitchen. $12 500 JU/ Ut=LUKA/t:U..--J Dorms. & 2 Dams I=n. n.a tn#^,,'l^n Phi[ MInp,, n...'l on 1 floor. Built-in appliances, through ...............................  ..... "1 hall un oil "1 ...... --* n A '1 R717 I , USU y O g ClOSeTS. PUll as,,ti., ,;"-,'L;'".,nr.f,t ='1" r,n-t- I 4th bdrm. roughed In. Dbl. gor. $27,950 ,LII-/LJIN Lllkl'-I/ K/1K. I --$3,500 dn., bal. $174 too. Incls. toxes. EA5-070O 1SSO OLIVE WAY Charles & Sybil Conle" y 5511 NE 65th LAS-9250 SP LK our LADY OF THE LAKE Split level contemporary. 3 bedrooms, 2 I baths. Full basement. Finished recrea- WEDGWOOD contemporary. Rustic set- lion room with 2nd fireplace. Terr tar al flng. Many fowers and shrubs. Outdoor view. S22,950. cabana with fireplace. Roman brick andJ CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. cedar rambler. 4 blocks to Our LodYk8040 of the Lake. I 30th NE LA 3-$555 DRIVE TO: 3805 N.E. 85th ST. WALK TO OPEN OAILY ST. LOUISE rooms on 1 f oar. 3 bedrooms or 2 bed-' rooms and den. Spacious living room/5 bedrooms. Daylight basement. 2 baths. with fireplace. Large dining room. Com-I 2 fireplaces, Huge recreation room pact kitchen. Plumbed and wired forJ Loads of storage. $1000 below apprals- washer and dryer. AC oll heat. At-I al. SH6.2136. Auxiliary at the Untved Commercial Travelers, LummJ Island Kwlna Club and Wecomo Club. Was secretary of the Lumml Island Civic Club, Survivors: husband, Waller R., and son, Richard M., both of Lumml Island, and mother, Mrs. Ethel Vassar, Seattle. Bonney- Watson Funeral Home. Seattle BARIENTOS, Johnny B., 58, 1131 30th Ave. S., dted March 7. Requiem March 9 St. Mary Church Burial Holy- rood. Born In the Philippines. Come here 30 years ago. Survivors: wife, Eldlo, and two brothers in the Philip- pines. John KaHn Funeral Home. BLAKE, Enoch W., formerly of Ball- ord. Requiem February 20 St, James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Survivors: tached garage Located on 60x100 ft. ("l-ID CT TI--JE t/ M,  -- 1 I1% ,.1/ II I1... I IN $600 DOWN .cor.LJo !. FHA opprolsed and selling[ A DO'C sister, Mrs. Lauretta Wood, Seattle; and two brothers, John and William FOR RENT I ,or u,yu. ! " Dr, o .... $ _6,950 .... SELECT HOMES. CO: .._ LA4-1060 Dining room. Fireplace. Garage. UII Ity I Blake, both of Colltornla. Booth-Ash- ASSL=MBLY HOTEL i:)plenola lOmlly name With nomey OiO ' 7744 3bln N.:-.  room =n -' Y'" P't =^ r,^.^ .. more Funeral Home. r New England touches that make o house under new management. Redeco oted. I home Feoturln " " ntr " '1 -I- I ' r" r-f'l I I I ' I school. By owner. $17,750. EM 2-4971. I a g cenTral e y hal I Clean. Warm rooms. Near St. James '. ' -------- .............................. orge livng room wth creuatng fre- I. dUJl-rr'1 ) ST JOHN S CAIN, Mrs. Koto E., 81, 504 E. Re- place that radiates hospitality o friend r come. $40 month up. I I dJnln rm that invites ou'fo meals" PLUS 4 bedroom home on small lot. Nee Comfortable, clean 3 bedroom, full bose-j publican St., died February 26. Re- I=o A^adl,nn MA3"1174 I Y g " Y ' in and trans rtatlon ment home W/W car etln Aulo OJll quiem March 2 St. James Cathedral. .......... -- I school, shopp g PO P g. 'C--'@r:.-----h.l 2 spacious bedrooms on man !e.vef and Large living room Family size dining t heat. 1 block to St. John's and Green-I Burial Holyrood. Born In Oregon City, - .......... -"  ......  "=" Z more mass ve oearooms up Hlgn ana room unfurnished upper duplex. EA 9- dry basement for shop pay and star- room._ New kite hen and dL, e!te -eo'l woodschools;, $2,0wtfn ......... Ore. Came here 50 years ago. Was a 2030 I --- -rhp , ,, ^ ' w  . , Full aasoment, wrea tar aryer. u.- u=ut<u=  ....... ur =LV , retired saleswoman for Rhodes of Seat- ,....,,. .%.,. xt.ra /Loam on).n. tract If desired For Information eallME3-2300 LA4.46791 fie. Survivors: Grandson, John T. Cain, secona sory. No neea tar z cars m mm ...... '. ..... i-- Seattle; and two great-grandchildren. nd Mrs. /wurpny, U, -/lu. I:URNITURE ha y Iocatian. You owe your tamlly .......... f. LJII I rn .k," UEEN ANNE I Hoffner's Fisher-Kolfus Funeral Home. .......... a trip to see this fine exclusive. Coil CH VIINL..r'IN1 U. IVIILLEIX.. link.,. -- ....... I RGEST FURNITURE STORE on the 3-1550. - - .... 3817 NE 45th LA2-5626 Swee In vie4 #/Uw"M" " . I ..... IEridaY evening. "Free South knd Brokers Inc   P g " c rpets. New klfcn-/  .................... t )l]t //'L)"  en. Near high school and St. Anne's.: LEGAL NOTICES delivery creaT 11036 1st Ave S  , ' ' '" $17,500. Call Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439.; RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-1378 Redmond GR;ETING CARD$--Whohltale CATHOLIC and other cords. Gift Wrap; , Ribbon; Bows; Notes. LA2-4671. . i i i i HELP WANTEDFEMALE WALK TO PlUS X 3 Ye0r old. 3 bedroom home. Brick fire- place; Concrete patio. Full garage. Completely fenced yard. Close to shop- ping. $15,250 low down payment. PR 8-6701. IWEEPING VIEW. 2 bedroom. Co-op apartment. Includes oplloncos, drapes, carpeting. By owner. AT 2-1016 evenings and week-ends. OFTHE LAKE VIEW NOW UNDER CONSTRUCTION. 3 bed- room. 2 baths. Kitchen eating space. Plus dining room. Room for 2 bedrooms, both and recreation room in daylight basement, 2 car garage. Built-Ins. 2 fireplaces. BLAINE REALTY 11V Boston AT 3-5511 BY OWNER. Previously listed $38,950. Terrltle buy offered by owner. 4 year old contemporary rambler. Approxi- mately 2,000 ft. plus daylight basement. Carpets, drapes, bullt4ns, etc. Beauti- fully landscaped. Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, make offer. Owner. GL 4-7627. NEAR BLESSED SACRAMENT Came here In 1909. Survivors.  son, Dr. Thomas P. Geraghty; daughter, Mrs. Marella Guerroro, both of Seattle: sisters, Miss Katherine Can- non. Seattle, and Mrs. Margaret O'Rourk, Rockford, Ill.; and 12 grand- children. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. ATTRACTIVE POSITION HOYT REALTY s14,s0o .Man or woman 25 to 60. Good pereanol- I EM 2-7880 LA S-9370 3-bedroom home, 1V baths. Carpeted. LIv. lBL!fy and appearance, church, club or I i ,, , - -'- , ,r.  ,e.l Ing room and separate dining room. leachlng experience helpful. Excellent ...... i. MA//MP'vv  ] Daylight basement. Sprinklers. Owner. _eernlngs, opportunity for advancement. PLUMBERS J T 6 ME. 2.2256. Full or port tlme. For local lntervlewi  OPEN SUNDAY _ O sE-ES phone LA3-8927. PLUMBING & HEATING 1213 N.E. 127TH 3 BLOCKS -- ST. JOHN'S -WANTED: Couple--housekeepor-eaok and SERVICE caretaker. Seattle rectory, one priest. Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store 9 year Immaculate, 2 plus bedrooms, full]5 bedrooms, triple plumbing, full bose- Detached living quarters. References. L.G. MASSART & SONS S14,000.basementcallWlthMr.rangeHaack,nd EM 3-7695draps' OnlYor 2.3725.ment' By owner. $14,500 Evenings. LA Reply to Progress. Box "C'. 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6880 EM 3-5211. IBY OWNER. Easy terms. No closln WANTED: Housekeeper, good cook. So- ' ' NORTH HMES costs. Nice 2 bedroom. Lifetime siding. attle rectory, one priest. References. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE Part basement. Garage. View. Holy Reply to Progress. Box "N".  ASSUMPTION Family parish. $11,950. WE5-4569. IHLENFELDT, Mrs. James (Fran- ces Rosalie Slocum). 33, died in Roosevelt, N. Y., February 26. Re- quiem Holy Family Church, Kirk- land March 4. Born In Havre, Mont. Was a former airline stewardess here. Was graduated from the University of Montana, where she was a member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority. Was a social worker at the Pierce County Hospital, Tacoma. SurvivorS: husband, James; son Michael; two daughters, Joneco and Marion Ihlenfoldt; parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. SIocum, White- fish, and three brothers, Robert and Bernard Slocum, both of Whltetlsh, FRANK B. CARR, Attorney 112 Union Avenue fashion show at the Winthrop ' " Snohomlsh Wosh. 'iN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Hotel. State of Washington for the County of Snohomtsh. In the matter of the Estate of CHESTER S. BAKER, Deceased In probate. No. 170292. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- Home. FABRE, Lylo F., 57, 1616 S. J St., died March 2. Requiem March 7 St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Farlbault, Mlnn. Came here In 1942. Custodian of St. Leo's School before going to Posea where he worked for Kaiser CO. eight months. Member of the Eagles and Plumbers and Steam- riflers Union. Survivors: wife, Frances; two sons, Clair with the Navy In Son Diego and Jerry, Tacoma; four dough- tars, Mrs. Donna Novok, Brontwood, Long Island; Janet, San Francisco; and Yvonne and Rosemary, at home; moth- er, Mrs. Laura Gleoean, Tacoma; three brothers, Maynard, Seattle, Russell and Cletus, both of Great Falls, Mont., a sister, Miss Delores Fabre, Arizona. Gottney Funeral Home. SABATINO, Pucch 75, 204 S. ISth St., died March 2. Requiem March 7 St. Rite Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Lived here 10 years. Retired sec- tion foreman for the Northern Pacific WANTED: Couple, cook and maintenance man, for Rectory near Seattle. Reply to Progress Box "M". J ,IrlT-WI-DO-W--would like lady to iive In. Tacoma area. Reply to Box "B" the Progress. ] _UI INCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TA "'' '  Assistance--Your place or ours ], A.L. ANDERSON PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) I FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3.1172 TREE TOPPING HARRY HICKS TREE TOPPING CO., Experienced. Insured. Economical. PR. 8-8784, WATERFRONT PROPERTY ALL BRICK 3 bedrooms, 2 fireplaces, built-In kitchen. ' 2 baths. W/W carpets and drapes, Fin- Ished recreation room, bar, 4th bedroom in basement. Fenced yard with patio. 6559 36th N.E. LA 3-1633. Owner $29,500. 4 floors. Desirable location. $17,000. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH BR home. Gas furnace. Hardwood i McCUTCHEN REALTY EA. 2-5611 or MA. 4-2377 LEGAL NOTICES MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate $63 Olympic Notional Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Eslate of MINA signed has been appalnteq and has quail- fled as odmlnlstrotrlx with the wilt an- nexedr of the estate of Chester S. Baker, Deceased; that oll persons having claims Iogalnst said deceased are hereby required Ira serve the some duly verified, on said odmlnlstratrlx or her attorney 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 publi- cation of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publlcntlon, March 1, 1963. FRIEDA M. ARTHUR and William Slocum, Havre, Montana. Railway. There are several survlvoro In Green's Funeral Home. Italy. Cossody and Allen Mortuary. Acti vities Calenda r M a J o r eventa sponsored by Cathollo ormisa- Uons are llsted here. The purpose of the calendar is to a I d in a o i d i n g conflict of dates in scheduling events. IAsUngs should be eent to The Progress in wHUng. March 8, 19 -- SL Charles April 30, 1963 -- Seattle Uni- Borromeo Parish, T a c o m a, versity Guild luncheon, 12:30 p.m., Marycrest HaU. ' INCOME TAX SERVICE i i ST. IPIUS X PARISH I .......... TIPP,ERARY .......... ]BY OWNER. ATTRACTIVE 4 BEDROOM. EVENINGS -r n  D w s*  Lon Double garage. Frame rambler. Slate 309 N. 62nd u. u., r... ossage e = o= g'l n.rv W/W rnt 9 fHi baths /arne branch at end of MANCKE POINT .....  "s unt recreation room 3 fireplaces. Lnrge qunllfled as executrix of |he estate at INSURANCE ' , RuAu. InvesTmenT paces :)7o al co i ...... tlo and BarBQ Mina Miller, Deceased; that all persons I J t ,encea yara w.. no .... to nohves of County Tipperary on St. "  ] D t i v, el 11Aq ,. av= W ] Complete privacy. Abundant closet and having claims against said deceased are I a rc S ay -  hereby requtred to serve the same duly! LEO J. KRANTZ CH' 3-8"466." ................ storage space. Close to shopping and verified, on said Helen MHler or her at -I ! school. PR 8-0580. INS. AGENCY torney of record at the address below i em Our Lady of Guadolupe Parish.  I i i stated, and file the same with the Clerk Auto, home, business, health, llfe. i of said Court together with proof of LEGAL NOTICES ............ such service within six months after the WE 2.$938 EM 4-3640 J i LEGAL NOTICES date of first publication of this notice, ---------LIT-------- '   or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication March 1, 1963. P. R. MclNTOSH i /s/HELEN MILLER, SAGESER LAPIDARY i Attorney for Estate I IaDIIMAA/'M t M=M==V Executrix of snld Estate, Woodlnville, Wn. HU. 6-4671 I 3O9 North 0$thSU 4-1942 -"-.".'T -- --.--'-.":-. .... 6804 51st S., Seattle, Wash. ,ea..., ,, ,,o,.. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Lapldnry classes. Instruction. Complete r = "'"  w .h 1 Attorneys for EStall [ 1407 Alosko Bullding rock shop. I I ! IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattlo, Wash. Attorneys for Estate, I NURSING HOME I STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. ' Stole Lic. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3.6061 Sfnte of Washington for the County of .N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE !563 Olymptc Natlional Bldg., King. [ ,,m=-" "  Wahlnnton fr th, r^, ,Iv nf; Seattle, Wash. In the Matter of the Estate of OPAL E.[ ,';'.', .............. " " ] FI NAL--3-1S-63 W I C K S, Deceased, In Probate. No. t "''' . ....................... 1765p NttolCOtot tor[nugfloFInol Report , InGAthE#EtlrElf ;heE&sNt ? [feceo:eRd. CORBETT, SIDERlUS & LONERGAN a a e / I ...... [ In Probate No 170564 Notice to Cred- Attorneys for Estate Notice is hereby given tnat waiter J . ' ' " tlA.y / n n QI.IIII :. ors = oa, ng Wicks Administrator of the Estate at t ".' - - " "- ...... ' I -- r v'. ,- o"  fq^" i  the' NOTICe IS nereay given that the under- Seattle, Wash. pa, . wc,, uyce = .,s ,. ,. .Islgnod has been appointed and has quail- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE office at |ne LlerK at sala LOUrT his Tlnal .... - ...... ut r at tne eat te of Mar tare at woshlnglon for the Count of Report and pelllIon for distribution, osk-I tied as t:xec o o - Y I 'h t" ef $ ''1 .1.'4 Inn  [garet Ellen Sheehan, Deceased; that all King. ng e U O se , ;rlbu't'o the ;o'ert v "lotle'nersons'lhere" persons having claims against said de- In the Matter of the Estate of NELLIE P P, ; to entitled and to discharge sold Admin" ceased are hereby required to serve the TWOMEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. Seaffle $5, Wash. FRANK B. CARR Afforney for Estate, 112 Union Avenue Snohomlsh, Wash. Final publication March 1S, 1963. March 12, 1963--Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. March 12, 1963 -- Meeting of the South Central Deanery, Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Women, Palisades Retreat House. Board meeting 11 a.m.; luncheon at 12 with meeting fol- lowing. March 14, 193 -- St. Cath- erine Parish St. Patrick's lun- cheon and card party, 1 p.m., ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1 'Lic. No. 475 -- Ex. 2-5351 (no toll) BIRTHS BELLLINGHAM--St. Joseph General 4olplfol reports the foIIowlng blrlhs Mr. and Mrs. : Daniel Zender, girl, Feb. 26. Philip Toner, boy, March 1. Paul Fonnessey, girl, March 1. Vorle Toby, boy, March 3. CHEHALIS--St. Helen HoIpltol report6 the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Carl Rashoff, boy, Feb. 20. - John Szombalon, girl, Feb. 21. SEATTLE  Pr0vldenco Hospital ru- ports the "following blrths to Mr. and Mrs. : ckle MeCommock, grl, Feb. 25. ernardo Solle, boy, Feb. 25. canard Krupa, girl, Feb. 25. ophea Gollmans, boy, Feb. 26. Maria Segole, girl, Feb. 27. Euseblo Copestany, girl, Feb. 28. Kenneth Greely, glrl, Feb. 28. Allan Henry, girl, Feb. 28. Gerald Banner, girl, Fob. 28. William Carlson, girl, Feb. 28. Robert C;ouvlon, girl, March 1. Robert Kutz, boy, March 1. Patrick Lewis, girl, March 2. Donald McDonald, gtrl, March 3. TACOMA--St. Joseph Hoipltal re. ports the following birlhs to Mr. and rs. : onold Manning, boy, Feb, 18. areas Pierce, girl, Fob. 19. don McCarthy, boy, Feb. 20; Robert Waldherr, 01rl, Fob. 20. Wayne Wells, boy, Feb. 20. David Stanford, girl, Feb. 21. Fred Mlnnltl, boy, Feb. 21. Joel Odogord, girl, Feb. 23. James Graham, girl, Feb., 23. Dennfe Felt, boy, Feb. 23. James Schmldt, boy, Feb. 24. Stephen Marshall, girl, Feb. 24. Alex Brockwoll, girl, Feb. 25. Randall Aldrlck, girl, Feb. 25. Albert Olson, boy, Feb. 25. Robert Stuhmon, boy, Feb. 26. lames Brown, glrb Fob. 26. Harmon, boy, Feb. 28. Istrator; and that said Report and peti- tion will be heard on the 21st day of March, 1963, at 9:30 A. M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of eatd Court, at which time and place any per- son interested In said Estate may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Doted this 18th day at February, 1963. Date at first publication February. 22, 1963. Clerk of said Court. NORMAN R. RDDELL, By Helen L. Hlckok, Deputy P. R. MclNTOSH, Attorney for Estnte, 309 North 8Sth--SU 4-1942 Seattle 3, Wash. FINAL--3-8.63 CLARENCE J. COLEMAN Attorney 401 First National Bank Building Everett, Wosh. ALpine 2-0742 MILLER, Deceased. In Probate. No. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 170725. Notice to" Creditors. State of Washlngton In and for the Notice Is hereby given that the under- County '0f King. signed has been appolnted and has lln the Matter of the.Estate Of CATHER- INE FIELDS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 170478. Noflee to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- slgned has been appointed and has quall- tied as Admlnistratrlx of the estate of the above named deceased; that all persons havlng clalms against said deceased are hereby required 'to present the same, duly verified, on said Admlnlstratrlx or Clar- ence J. Coleman, attorney of record, at the address below stoted, and file the same with the Clerk of eald Court within six (6) months offer the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication, March 8, 1963. ANNA MARIE MORRIS, Admlnisfratrix. Admlnlstratrlx of sold Estate. 19059-12th Avenue N.E. school gymnasium. $1.50. For reservations call LA 4-4316 or LA 2.2398. March 15, 1963 -- St. Anne Mothers C 1 u b annual crab dinner, 5:30 p.m., school hall. March 19, 1N3--AssociRtion for Catholic Childhood, quar- " F NAL--3-8.63' Attorneys for Estate, GERAOHTY & VOLINN .,...,  ,.., i847 Logan Building, Attorneys for Estdie ......... 11'' 'li  ......  P R MclNTOSH ISeattle, Wash. K50l"m-ia National Bid" ,n in= OUrIKIUK UUK/ Us- /rllz[ " . i p ....... P I. ATtorney i P I Pl-' [.-'M'll-03 Seattle 4 Wash State of Washington for the County of  . .= , -. , .-.  err I1 8ln IN THE SUPER OR COURT OF THE Fmg. - Seattle Wash ] State of Washington for the County of' I In=the_.M, att, efof_th_e Esfafo fAoLFREDIIN THE SUPERIO'R COU'RT OF THE (MIP P.lil King t f t - " "e f HA-OLD I No 170231 Notice to Creditors I State of Washington for the County Oil _"_--'= P' ' 1 In me Ma Tar o ne I=Slat o R ' ' ' King A. CAMP, Deceased. In Probate. No. Notl.ce Is hereby given.that the undo r.-jl n the Mnfter at the Estate of FENTON[ Wan|ngs Palls Show :; "Te Cr:::t[.';t ,ho under-!eosnaSdp;ihti!d:m;:o! a!ad nehaUaailt Wore BERGlSTTE.T,oD:Cetsel:ed orPr t WASHINGTON (NC) -- Gay- signed has been appointed and has quail- I : . .., e . j . Notice Is hereby given that the under-J ernmen[ sponsorea surveys fled as 'Administrator of the estate of Persns novmg Claims against eald de-signed hcs been appointed and has auall-J v inrl;p=t=] t== rtnlnt-;tt HAROLD A. CAMP, Deceased; lbat oll!ceased_a, re her.eby required .to ..serve the fled as Exeeutr x of the estate of-Fen.I "",-, .'"'==. "',... ,1, l'====y persons having claims against said de-i same auly verified, on eala Kamerme E. ton W. Borgstedt Deceased; that all OI LuDan t-'rearer mel Castro ceased ore hereby required 1o serve the ,M. cuonold or oto=rney ot fec.ord at persons having claims against said de- I has dropped in Latin America same dulv verltled on said PATRICK A i Tne aaaress belOW uma, a,lu ...u me r=, ro hh, iil, ^ ,^ k .... ' GERAGH:rY or otlorneys of record at the i some with the Clerk O f said Court, to- m  du y v;'rl'fTed "o'n'o'd 'execut'r'ix'or Deputy Director Donald M address below stated, and tile the sa'e[gether with proof of such service within her attorney of record at t eh address t Wilson' of the U.S. Information" CLARENCE J. COLEMAN, Attorney for Sold EMote, 401 First National Bank Building, Everett, Washington, ALpine 2-0742. Date of final publication March 22, 1963. CORBETT, SlDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys for Estato 047 Logan Building Soafflo, Wash. 'IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of some, duly verified, on said Thomas Ed- 170500. Notice to Creditors. King. Nntirn t. h=r,hu "iven tha* the under In the Matter of the Estate of ERNEST ward Sheehan or his attorneys of record ............. . v " A McCOY -- at the address below stated, and file the signed has been appointed and has qua I. . , Deceased. In Probate. No. same with the Clerk of said Court, to- fled as Admlntstratrix of the estate of 170640. Notice to Creditors. gather with proof of such service within Nellie Twomey, Deceased; that a per-t Notice is hereby given that the under- hovln Iolm a oln i ceased signed has been appointed and has uall six months after the date of first publl- sons g c S g st ea d de q - hrhv ren.lred t^ v  h -m'ne fled as Executor of the estate Of Ernest cation of this notice, or the same will be ar ....... .  ............. O ,IA .. barred, duly verified, on said Adminlstrafrix ori NcCoy, Deceased; that all persons f r dress hdvtng claims against said deceased are her attorneys o race d at the ad I Date of first publication February 22, below s a , t J , Y t ted and file the same wl h the hereby required to serve the same dul 1963. THOMAS E. SHEEHAN, Clerk at said Court, together with proof v.erifled, on said William A. M.c.Coy or his ee ithl after attorneys of record at the odaress below Executor of said Estate, of such servi w n six months ale of first ubllcation of fhls no stated and file the same wlth the Clerk 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Wash..he d p "i ' rico or the same will be barred of said Court, together with proof of such BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Date of first publication February 22, service within six months after the date Attorneys for Estate, 1407 Alaska Building, 1963. of first publication of thio notice, or the Seattle, Wash. JULIA CONNOLLY, some will be parred. FINALI3.8.63 Admlnistratrix of said Estate, Date of first publication February 22, I 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. 1963. .... CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONRGAN, WILLIAM A. McCOY, PAUL M WILLIAMS i Aftorneys for Estate, Ekecutor of eald Estate, Attorney for Estate 847 Logan Building, 847 Logan Bldg,, Seattle, Wash. Room 201 Highland Medical Plaza, Seattle, wash. CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN, 1306 North 175th wlth the Clerk of sald Court, together slx months afler the date at first publi, below stated, and file the same wlth the wlth proof of such service wltnm slx!cation Of thls nailo, or the same will be Clerk of said Court, together with proof] Aency said the o|Is showed mnnths after The date of flrsl publical on ibarred. Of such service within six months ofterJ Castro's attitude toward the of this notice, or the same will be bnrred. Date of first publication February 22, the date of first publication of this no- Date of first publIcotlon March Ist, 1963. 1963. PATRICK A. GERAGHTY, KATHERINE E. McDONALD, flee, or the some will be barred. J Catholic Church his accep- Dote of first publication Feb. 22, 1963, t lance of Russian aid, his treat- Administrator of eald Estate, Administrafrlx at sold Estate, ELLA MARIA BERGsTEDT I 655 Olympic Notional Bldg. 101 North 77th, Scatt e, Wash. Executrix of sold Estate. t ment of prisoners and the one- 516 North 47th, Seattle, Wash. ; party system in Cuba were ,among the factors working - against Castro in Latin Amer- Final ica. terly tea, 12:30 p.m., Ozanam Hall, 410 Marion St. March 20, 19--.Seattle Prep freshmen luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. March 21, 1983  Southern Deanery, Archdiocesan Coun- cil of Catholic Women, meet- ing Mary McCrank's restau- rant, six miles south of Che- halls. March 26, 1963 -- St. Edward Parish annual spring fashion Seattle 4, Wash. GERAGHTY & VOLINN, Attorneys f6r Estate, 655 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle 4, Wash. Final 3-15-63. [PAUL M. WILLIAMS, Attorney for Estale, Room 201 Highland Medical Plaza, 1306 North 17Sth, Seaffl0, Wash, Fl N AL--3-8.63 show and luncheon at the new parish hall, 4212 Meade St., 11:30 a.m. For reservations call PA 3-5998 or PA 3-5813. March 28, ?3, 30, 1 -- BIan- chet Mothers Club rummage sale, 8214 Greenwood. April 9, 16 -- Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. April 15, lg63 1 St. Anne's Sanctuary S o c i t y annual spring luncheon, 12:30 p.m., parish hall. April 17, l--O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Fresh- men mothers hostesses. April 17, ll.-Spring style show and luncheon sponsored by the sodality of Christ the King Parish in the Elks Lodge on Eastlake Avenue. Social hour at 11 a.m. Luncheon at noon. A,-'II 23, 1983--Annual card party held by the Mount St. Vincent Au::iliary at the Span- ish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. April 24, 196--Holy Rosary Mothers Club, Tacoma, spring card party, noon, school audi- toriam. April 24, 1963 -- Forest Ridge Convent Alumnae bridge tea, 1 p.m., at Forest Ridge. April 27,, 183 -- Plant sale sponsored by Queen of Angels Guild of Christ the King Parish. P. R. MCINTOSH, Attorney for Estate 309 N. 85th, Seattle, Wash. SU 4-1942. May 1, 1963- The Francisco Section of Our Lady of Fatima Parish will sponsor their annual luncheon and style show at the Seattle Tennis Club at noon. ay 2, 1983--Luncheon, Georgian Room, Olym,ie Ho- tel 12:30 p.m. Association for Catholic Childhood. May 3, 1963 -- Blanchet Mothers Club d e s s e r t card party, 1 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Freshmen mothers will hostess. May 4, 196 -- LunchEOn and day of recollection for the so- dality of Christ the King Parish. May 4, lg63 -- Holy Names Academy A l u m n a e spring luncheon, Sand Point Golf and Country Club. May 4, 196-Olympia Pro- vidence Auxiliary annual re- union and dinner to be held at St. Michael School. May 7, 1963- Catholic Sea- men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. May 18, 196--Homecoming banquet, Nurses' Alumnae, St. Joseph Hospital, Bellingham. University divinity school, de- clared also that the "ecclesias- tical iron c u r t a i n" dividing Catholics and Protestants is being pierced in three areas-- "in prayer, in Biblical scholar- ship and in contact with in- diwdual huma beings." The Rev. Dr. Horton was an official observer at the ecumenical c o u n c i l's first session for the International Congregational Church. He reported his impressions of the council at the banquet of the $2nd annual Ministers' Week of the Chicago Theo- logical seminary. The Rev. Dr. Horton conced- ed that theological differences between Catholics and Pro- testants are "so great that no ordinary human vision is suf- ficient to see a way to over- come them." Bill To Allow Sterilization Introduced ANNAPOLIS, Md., Mar. 5 (NC)--A bill which would per- mit sterilization has been in- troduced in the Maryland Gen- eral Assembly. Delegate Russell O. Hjckman of Worcester, who introduced the bill February 25, said it is identical with a law now in ef- fect in Virginia. He said there is nothiDg compulsory about its provisions and that it re- quires a 30-day waiting period before an operation is per- formed. The Virginia legislation was denounced as immoral by Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boy!e of Washington and Bishop John J. Russell of Richmond, Va. The bill would permit sterili- zation at the request of a per- son over 21 years of age O r for a minor under court order. CASSIDY I Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pre.