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CLASSIFIED RATE: S0C PER LINE y Forms Clash Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSImED ,01 TERRY AVE,, SEATTLE . MAIn 2-8880 Extanslon 18 II II iii I :;; A'UioMOEILES FOR SALE  PLEASE ASK FOR ... JOE PINE !i" UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME2*4333 RES. SU4-1916 MEMBER IT. BENEDICT'S ::- TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 ':t I I I I AWNINGS ALUMINUM AWNINGS. STORM WIN- DOWS AND DOORS AT ,SAVINGS. FREE ESTIMATES, CREASON ALUMINUM SU 3-4870 (after 6 p.m.) BUSINESS m FOR SALE | BEDROOM DUPLEX, Renton High- lands. Side by side. Appliances, fenced ,_ yard, $12,500. $155 per month Income. " Near bus, shopping, schools PA 2-t430, CARPET WORK In your home.  DAY AND NIGHT--$5 New Repair. .... $3.50 repairs your vacuum cleaner. TOM McELROY LA 2-4671 *CONTRACTI NG PAINTING Interior & Exterior Residential & Commercial WALTER P. NELSON LA 3-6985 7553 19fh N.E. b. ROOFING GUTTERS FOUNDATIONb MATZ 2"'" ROOFING & SIDING CO. GR 4-5046 Tacoma, Washington ! Aluminum and Asbestos Siding Free Estimates !. FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, utters and downspouts, Asbestos and mposltlon siding. Free estimates. uaranteed work. Call C. R. MARCYES. A. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place :'HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete " remodeling service, room additions, re. ' pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Retor- T : ences. Up to 5 years to pay. :% PA 2-4463 ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS WESTSIDE ELEC WE 2.0354 , . . WE 7-3776 l dustrlal and house wiring. "Electricl Jeatlng our specialty." Serving West eattle. Art E. LIndberg, Owner. POOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 i FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL ! under new management, Redecorated. "' Clean. Warm rooms. Near St. James ,othedral, hospitals. Pensioners wel- Come. $40 month up. : 823 Madison -- MA3-4174  SC--h3EET s JOSEPH ;. 3 " II I lU I I I HOMES FOR SALE PFP OUR LADY OF THE LAKE LOOK! ,0000000YOUR EOU,TY OPEN SUNDAY F YOU HAVE SEEN BETTER BUY IT 4 BDRMS 2 BATHS REC. ROOM 2 FIREPLACES MIN, DOWN $18,250 A BEAUTY With completely finished base- lent. Beamed ceiling, conten porary styling, slate entrance, sliding glass doors to large patio and secluded 0ro- fesslonally landscaoed yard. Range and lovely wall to wall carpet with foam rubber podding and drapes included. To see this 5 year old SPECIAL call EM 4.1180 on Ad No. 1440. Picture Floor Plans Inc. 13300 Bothell Way. EM 4-1180 ST. BERNADETTE 4 BDRM. TRUE CAPE COD 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 unsurpas,ed. The view of Puget Sound MajeStic Olympic mountains con be enjoyed from either the main floor or the completely finished daylight basement. Large living room with picture win- dows. W/W carpeting 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 Orea. 2 full baths with colored fixtures, completely finished recreation r o o m. Firepface. Picture windows. Large sun- neck to catch the view and glowing red sunsets. On sewers. It cannot be dupli- cated for many, many more dollars. 8706 25th AVE, N.E. OWNER TRANSFERRED I Beoulltully landscaped with pOliO. Built- In oven. ran0e, dishwasher. Space fOr 4th bedroom in full daylight basement. "it's nlcel" HOYT RLTR. LA 54566 EM 2-7U0 OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Split level contemporary. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Full basement, Finished recrea- tion room with 2nd fireplace. Territorial view. 12,950. CRAWFORD & CDNOVER INC, 8040 30th NE LA 3-5555 QUEEN ANNE 4 BDRMS. Sweeping view. W/W carpets. New kitch- en. Near high school and S. A;.. S17,500. Call Mr. GarrisOn, T BLAINE REALTY IIV= Boston AT 3-5511 ST. JOHN'S CLEAN 3 BEDROOM Full basement, on corner lot. W/W car- pet, drapes and auto` all heat. 1 block St. John's nnd Greenwood school. FHA appraisal $11,250---Owner will sell on FULL BASEMENT I BOULEVARD PARK J $600 DOWN Splendid tail, $ Lo6mtBtifh Y homey aid New England touches that make a house a ome, Featuring: centre entry hall, large living room with circulating fire- place that radiates hosnltallty, a friend- ly dining rm. that Invites you to meals. 2 spacious bedrooms nn maln level and 2 mare messlve bedrooms up. High and dry basement far shop, play and star* age. There le an extrc V2 bath on the second story. NO need tar 2 cars In this handy location. You owe your family a trip to see this flne exclusive. Call CH 3.1550. South End Brokers Inc, 11036 1st Ave. S. ST. MATTHEW'S NEW ConstructiOn Is lust beginning on 6 quallt9 homes, located on a lovely dead end street, lust 3 blocks from St. Matthews. Hugo Early American rambler and lovely split levels. 3 and 3 bedrooms, 2 and 3 baths, gorgeous kitchens with family eating soace and built-ins. WId0 level native lots. Priced from $22,950 to $24,950 and we will take your present name in trade, Call now as this won't lost long. O'NEIL & SIEDELHUBER LA 5-5702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. 5 BDRMS 6 Blocks fo Assumption CHURCH AND SCHOOL A LOVELY BRICK HOME OF 11 YEARS. 2V7 baths. 2 bedrooms on main, 3 up. Dayflght above ground basement with delightful rec. room opening to patio and enclosed rear yard. Dishwasher, carpeting, draperies, and appliances In- cluded. S28,750 -- AT 4-1168 MARTHA SCAMAHORN MA 4-4820 $450 DN Hurry for the buy of your life. Coil LI 2-3184 on Ad No. 3362. Pldure Floor Plans, Inc,, 18322 Aurora Ave. LI. 2-3184 SPILK WEDGWOOD contemporary. Rustic set- ting. M0ny flowers and shrubs. Outdoor cabana with fireplace. Roman brick and coder rambler. 4 blocks tO Our Lady of the Lake. DRIVE TO: 3805 N.E. 85Ih ST. OPEN DAILY 6 rooms on 1 floor, 3 bedrooms or 2 bed- rooms and den. Spacious living room with fireplace. Large dining room. Com- pact kitchen. Plumbed and wired for washer and dryer. AC oll heat. At- 1ached garage. Located on 60x100 ft. corner lot. FHA appraised and selling for $18,950. SELECT HOMES CO. LA4-1060 7744 35th N.E. ST. BERNADETTE IMMACULATE FAMILY HOME REC. RM. WITH FIREPLACE [ASY WALKING DISTANCE TO ST. BERNADETTE'S. Close to Ioroposed Catholic high school. Large living room with unusual fireplace. W/W carpeting. Cheery kitchen with dlehwasher. 3 good sized bedrooms, 1V2 baths, separate util. Ity room, patio. Comoletely fenced back yard. Attached garage. $19,950. T. A. PETERSON REALTOR 2108 S.W, 152nd CH 3-6000 (ANYTIME) ST. JOSEPH'S PLUS 4 bedroom home on small lot. Near school, shopping and transportation. Large living room. Family size dining room. New kitchen and dinette area. Full basement. Wired for dryer. Con- tract if desired. For lntormation call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 38175NEd5thBDRMS,,,' ASSUMPTION PARISH ................. ii [i lmlil .... 1111 [ mlil Illl .............................. /Jill ................... ..... O my Lord End Saviour, iupport me in my laat::hot=r by the strong arms of Thy aeramenta, and the fresh fragrance oE Thy consolationt. Let the absolving words be wid over me Grid thB holy oil Bin and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food= and Thy blood my aprinkhng; and let Thy Mother MRry come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious Nints End my own dear patrons smile on me, that in End through them all I may die as I desire to llve, in Thy Chuh, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen--PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal NBwman. Pray for them... - Ill Hill II H II In Memoriam i O the charity of your MEsses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Louis 3, Kusters, died March 18, 1918. The Rev. John D. Mcrath, died MErck 18, lO. The Rev. Daniel Dmly, died March 30, I8, Black Diamond GRADY, Anton, 73, died Mhr(:h 11. Requiem Mdrch 14 St, Barbara Church. Born In yuposlovln. Come here 57 veers ago. Was a retired miner, Mere- contract for $11,000, ber of the Rentoa Eagles and S,N.P,J., GEORGE A. SWANSC)N REALTY a fraternal organization Of former ME 3-2300 LA 4-467 Yogas/ors SurvivorS: wife. Mary L.; - daughters, Mrs, Michael Norton, Mrs. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Jack Hope, and Mrs, Paul Wooddrd: OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY brothers. Rudolnh, Cumberland, and 3219 N.E. 90th Frank and John in Yugoslavia; and 4 bedroom brick. $14,500 by owner. For three grandchildren. Information, Li 2-2208. Bremerton LEGAL NOTICES AASNBSS, Christian, ,. died March B. Requiem March 12 Our Lilly Star  of the Sea Church. Born In Fergus REGAL AND McDONELL I Falls, Minn. Owned an eledric and Attorneys for Estate I natural gas utility in Minnesota. Lived 577 Dexter Norton Building here five years. Survivors: daulhter, Seattle, Wash. I Mrs. John (Loretta) Miller, MoorpOrk, IH THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEI Calif., three sons, John C. and State of Washington tar the County of Lawrence C. at Bremerton and L. E. King. I of New Orleans and several Brand- In the matter of the Estate of JOHN J.] children. KUSH. Deceased. In probate. NO. 170793. Clinton Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quell- JACKSON, Mllam %, 43, RBufe Onk, fled as Administrator of the Estate of Box 147, died March Requiem MOrch John J. Kush, Deceased; that all persons IS St, Hubert Church, L0ngley. Born in having claims against said deceased or Karnes, Tex. Retired airplane mechOn- against said estate are hereby required to I with 23 years of service with the Air serve the same, duly verified, on Sald Force. Survivors: wife, DOrothy; two daughters, Mary Leone and Rebecca Administrator or his aflorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the clerk of sold court, to- gether with proof of such service, within s x months otter the date of first publlco. tlon at this notice, or the eamn will be barred. Date of first publication March 15, 1963. ROBERT W. KUSH, Administrator of said Estato, 6731 Sycamore N.W., Seattle, Wash. LAWRENCE K. McDONELL at REGAL AND MvDONELL Attorneys for Estate, 577 Dexter Harton Building Seattle, Wash. Final publication March 29, 1963. -- CLARENCE J'-O E"MA-K Attorney 401 First National Bank Building Everett, Wash. ALpine 2-0742 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of CATHER- INE FIELDS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 170478. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby gwen that thn under- signed has been appointed and has quail- tied as Admlnlstratrlx of the estate of the above named deceased; that all persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby roquirod to present the same, duly verified, on said Adminlstratrlx or Clar. Lynn Jackson, all at home; mother, Mrs. Llla Jackson; three sisters, Miss Violet Jackson, Miss Oma Jackson and Mrs. Eunlce Dobbs, all of Kornes; three brothers, Lester, Beaumont, Tex, Er- nest, Athens, Tax., and Bernard of Tex- as. Hedgcock Funeral Home. Edmonds NOOGES, John, 30, 11,10 A St., died MOrch & Requiem March 9 H01y Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Seattle, Attended Seattle University. Was a supervisor at the John Fluke Co., an electronics firm. Member of the H01y Name Society, and former member ef the Chancellor Club, Seat- tle. Survivors: wife, Rosa, and chil- dren, Edward J. and Theresa Rose Hedges, at the family home; paronts` Mr. and Mrs, Harold B. Hodgns, Ed- monds, and grandfather, W [I I I a m Hedges, Beattle. Beck'e Funeral Home. Kirkland GREEN, Daniel, 80, died March 12. Requiem March 16 Holy Family Church. Burial Sunset Hills, Bellevue. Born at Maria, Quebec. Came here 72 years ago. Went to Alaska In 1920 and opor- oted u resort at Hot Springs, Alaska. He drove a dog team 17S miles to rush diphtheria serum to curb a Name epi- demic in 1925. Returned to Seatfla in Seattle ARCHIBALD, Marvin D., 77, 3226 16th Ave. $,, di1l March g. Requiem March 13 St. Peter ChurCh. Burial HOlyOd, BOrn Ih Oeanto, wls, Come here 30 years ago-. He WOrked In the hlpyards here nn0 toter as a COOK'S helper, Ht retired In 1957, Survivors: wife. Vlrgino; two CKlughters, Hazel Archibald, Seattle, and Mrs. Ross Converse, Sondpomt, Id0hn; son, Wal- ter Archibald. Seaflle; brOther. Steve Archibald, Spokane; three granaChll- dren and seven great-grOndchlldron. E0oth-AshmOra Funeral Home. BEAGLEY, Mrl, w|ilace (JotelPhlne M,), 78, 4920 52rid Ave, S,, din March 7, Requiem M0rch 9 St. EdWard Chu,ch. Born In Brooklyn. Came here m 1953 from Lynbrook, LOng Island. Survivors: husband, Wdlloce, daugh- ter, Mrs. JOseph B. Watt, O1 four grandchildren, all of Stfle. Columbia Funeral Home, BECK, Mrs. Mary 91, 16150 45th Ave. N,E., died March 9. Requiem March 13 St. Mark Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Son FPancff=o. Came here from Stockton, Calif., In 1898. Survivors: son, Dove Beck; daughter, Mrs. Refa Henne, Se0ffle; two grand- children and five great-grOndchildren. B0nney-Watson Funeral Home. EENOIT, Mrs. ZOII, 9t, died at MOunt St. VIhcent HOme where she had lived 9 years, Requle March 5 St. Paul Cathedral, Yaklma. Lived in Y0klrn 34 years prior to coming to Mount St., VinceaPs. Survivors: five sons, Dr. Paul On0 Dr. Louis of Yokima; George, Seattle; David and Maurice, Yakimo; four daughters` Mrs. Ernestine Wlddop, Seattle; Mrs. Gene- vieve Armstrong, Yakima; Mrs. Made- #elne Trail, Spokane and Mrs, Irene Pldley, Parker; 25 grandchildren and 65 great-grandchildren; brother, Rob- ert L0 Btssonlere, Seattle, two sisters, Mrs, CIOreaco Turnelh and Mrs. Helen Monti, both of Seattle. EGGERT, Mrs` Henry (Aelyn), 82, 25 W. Highland Dr., died Mqr(h 11. Re- quiel March 13 St. Anne Church. Born in Venture, Calif. Came here in 1909. Survlvars: husband, Henry L., and sev- eral nieces and nephews. FAVRE, James L., 17, 9333 45th Ave. S.W., died March 6 In an automobile accident. Requiem March 9 Holy Ros- ary Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Seattle. Was a senior at west Seattle High School Member of the West Seat- tle Junior Bowling League. Survivors: parents, Mr, and Mrs. Leanar Fovre; brother, T h o m a s ; maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pag- liaro, Seattle; paterhdl grandmother, Mrs. Matilda Favre, WoOdland Hills, Calif. West Funeral' Home. LEE, Mrs. John H. (Mary J.), 67, 3441 15th Ave. $., died March 6. Re,. qulem March 9 St. Peter Church. Burial Calvary. Born In St. Paul. Was a member Of the Altar Society of St. Peter Church. Survivors: husband, John H.; two cans, John J. and "Eward A. Lee, both of Seattle, and  daughter, Mrs. Frank Loonam, Pacific Paileades, Calif. Manning & SUns Funeral Home. MARION, Mrs. Normen (Kdthorlne), 62, 3203 23rd Ave. W., died March S, Requiem March 11. St. Margaret Church. Bern In Somers. Mont. Came Tacoma THE PROGRESS9 GORDON, M.. Theedo,F. mOnA). FHday, March 15,- 1963 = $8, $1t6 Mckinley AVe., dled MerCn 9. Requiem March 12 Sacred Heart Church. Barn in Toc.Gmo and lived here =11 her life. Survivors: husband; two daughters, MISs GII GOrdon at home and Mrs. Richard Paige, Tac- oma; brother, John Coyne, Tacoma; six SIsters. Mrs. Mac $chlnxl, MrS. Katherine Kersey, Mrs. Earbara Ren- hiD, Mrs. Ann Ahwell, Mrs, Marguerite Rlgney and Mrs, Eileen Kalapus` all of Tacoma and three grondchildron. Casseay and Allen Mortuary. LUTZ, Josoph W,, 12, 7002 E. I St., Bro. Ernest Ryan Dies NOTRE DAME, Ind. (C) -- Requiem Mass for BrOther Ernest Ryan, C.S.C., 65, author of children's books and founder died March 9. Requiem March 13 St, o'f Dujarie Press, was offered Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born m Erie, Pa. Lived here more than 40 in Sacred Heart church ]ass years. Retired lather. Survivors; son, Robert, Tacoma; daughter, Jeanette Oliver, Seattle; elster, Mrs. Maude Renz, Erie; and two grandchildren. Goffney Funeral Home. REPETTO, Mrs. Lis (Carmel,), 67, 705 S. I St., dled Mnrch 11 Requiem March 13 St. Leo Church. Burlal Cal- vary. Born In Italy. Lived in Tacoma 45 years. Survivors: twa daughters, Mrs. Rose Rate, Seattl0, "told Mrs. M a r g a r e t Smith, Kentfleld, Colif,; brother, Francesc0 DiVoto. Italy; five grandchildren. Cnssedy and Alien Mor- tuary. Sedro Woolley McGLINCHY, Bernard Joseph, 74, Route One, died March 4. Requl0m March 7 Immaculate Heart of Mary Church. Lived hre 17 years. Retired meatpacker. Survivors: wife, Elizabeth; two sons, Harold, Seqra Woolley, and James` Snohomish: a daughter, Mrs. Angola Wulle, South Bend, tnd,; brother, Vincent, Patna, India; sister, Mrs. Marie Wels, Ashland, Ky; 10 grandchildren and two great-grand- children. Lemley Mortuary. Vancouver KAISER, Rose Mary, 61, 210 Mill Plain Blvd., died March 3. Requiem March 6 St. James Church, Burla( St. week at the University of Notre Dame. Brother Ernest, a native of ElyriB, Ohio, who joined the Holy Cross Brothers in 1918, died at Holy Cross House here. He taught at high schools and colleges in Evansville, lnd., New Orleans, Indianapolis and Portland, Ore., from 1922 until 1945. In addition to writing some 50 children's books, he was a pioneer in supplying books for Catholic young p e o p 1 e. He founded the DujErie Press here in the early 19,t05 as an out- let for books for young Catholics. ,In Every Man Our Brother In Christ' WASHINGTON (NC) -- Atch- James Acres. Born In North Dakota. bishop Patrick A. O'Boyle of LIven here seven years. Survivors: brothers, Charles Smith, Vancouver; Eugene Smith, Rnseburg, Ore., and Herbert Smith, Spirit Lake; sisters, Mrs. MIIlie Iffla, Vancouver, Mrs. Guy Chandler, Newburg, Ore. Haml!t0n- Mytan Funeral Home. RACH, Lawrence M.,-40, 2'/17 G St,, died Mrch 4. Requiem Mdrch 0 St, James Church. Born in Great Falls, Mont. Lived here 10 years. Survivors: wife, NOra E.; parents, Mrs. FlOrence Stewart, Grand Coulee, ]nd John L. Rach, Walla Wallo; daughter, Rebecca Anne; brothers, Leslie, Yaklma; Alfred, SPokane, and William, Wolla Walla; sister, Mrs. Agens Weaver, Springfield, Ore. Homllton-Myldn Funeral Home. Washington has asked Catho- lics here to direct their Len- ten sacrifices and prayers to the ,,postolate of racial justice. "Pray earnestly," he said in a pastoral letter. "that God will give to each of us the grace and wisdom m Bee in every :nan our brother in Christ and the Christian fOrti- tude to act accordingly." Charity demands that Catho- lics participate in works that aid thei neighbors, he said. Activities Calendar M a | o r events sponsored b7 Catholio organis tions are listed here. The purpose of the l.lendaz ta CHOICE MONTLAKE WALKING DISTANCE once J, Coleman, attorney of record at 1he address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court within .Hx (6) months offer the date of the first publication of this Notice to Creditors, or Ihe same will be berrl. Date of first publicotion, Mar'ch g, 1963. 1937. Was a member of Serra Interno- tlon; 1he Eagles and Elks Lodges; was a fourth degree member of the Knights of Columbus, and member of the Alas- here 40 years ago from Helena, MOnt. Was o nurse's aide In 1he Medical Dental Building Hospital Survivors: son, Robert N. MariOn, North Bend; to a t d in a v o i d i n g conflict of dates in scheduling event Listings should be sent to The Progress wz'lUng. 2030.ream unfurnished upper duplex. EA9- TO UNIVERSITY Huge family home In conven/ent NE area ,.,MODERN 1 0edroom, electric heah range, 6 ON 1 FLOOR PPLAN. Full basemeni, I --walk to bus and nH schools--here's the refrigerator, carport, Near bus. Lawn space you've dreamed of with 26 ft. IIv- a,' care provided. 920 South Huson, T n- We feel this is our best buy of this price I ins room, formnl dining room, basement at $12,9.0... cal Gus Schrader, EAJ and big corner lot. Double Plumbing coma. $65. 5-2213. too!--$100 down on FHA terms at FURNISHED, large, light sleeping room. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTRS. $12,500--Be FirsH Call LAS.0116, Walking distance Seattle University. EA EA 5-0700 1550 Olive Way BEST'S, INC. , s-3208. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH FURNISHED ar unfurn,shed. 1 bedroom IMPERIAL E apartment. Broadway district, By Edl-1. One of those "Out of this world" st :. 1715 Harvard. EA 5-7853. homes. Antique coal flreqlace with file, t-ed'urris-cl--3-re-am hardwoo floors, good kitchen, 3 Ded- EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT excellent furnace, Finished homes ready to move Into lLlpartment. $57.50. EA 5-4647. rooms, modern bath, t .GREENWOOD, Christ 1he King. 4 bedroom spotless throughout. Bg yard. Only now. Visit the furnished show houses. . unfurnished. EM 3.B506. FURNITURE ' :.ARGEST FURNITURE Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery", Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU. 5-1378 Redmond ii d. CARDS--Wholes.ale other cards. Gift Wrap; Rlbbonl Bows; Nntes, LA2-4671. HELP WANTEI)FEMALE ' "" WANTED Mdture couple 2 bedroom apartment and 011 utilities included. Some compansotlon for wife t act as recsPflonlst and part time bookkeeper. In Tacoma Funeral Home. State age, quallflcallons, pre- vious residence and references. Reply ta Box "G" .the Progress. ,,USEKEPER tn live in m01herlesS ,,ome. 7 children. 5 school age. Private om In large modern home. Campenea- -'B'11an. Days off. Wrtf0; 2912 So. C. St,  Tacoma. Call Tacoma GR4-8606. paretaker. Seattle rectory, one priest. Detached living quarters. References. Reply to Progress. Box "C". WED: Housekeeper, good cook. Se- attle rectory, one priest. References. Reply to Progress. Box "N". w---/;:% ok -o n man, for Rectory near Seatlle. Reply to Progress Box "M". "-ve In. Tncoma aren. Reply to Box P_rogress. ... Luke's area. EM 2-8871. .... EHILD CARE i- week. PA 3-1424. INCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TAX '?' Assistance--Your place or ours " A.L. ANDERSON ,/, PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) ,,,, , , , , INSURANCE LEO J. KRANTZ INS. AGENCY $17,500. 2. Home with 4 bedrooms plus one and recrentlon room. Double plumbing. Fob. ulous location. $17,000. 3. VIEW 5 bedrooms, hot water heat, needs some redecorating. $16,500. McCUTCHEN REALTY EA 2.11 or MA 4-2377 Open Dody. 10 o.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. OWNER,-3 bedrooms, garage, fireplace. UtilJly room. Nice lot and neighbor- hood. EM 4.2093. "GreBn Lke View" LEGAL NOTICES 3 Bedrooms 2 BBfhs FRANK B. CARR, Attorney Only $12.950 112 Unlon Avenue Snohomish, Wash. Only 2 blocks from the lake & close to IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE schools, bus, & shopping. Vacant--Quick State of Washington tar the County of OuSSesslon on very easy contract terms. Snohomlsh. II bsmt new furnace. 1st time od- In the matter of the Estate of CHESTER vertlsed. Call ME 2-4200, SU 3-4773, Mnrln S. BAKER, Deceased. In probate. Nn. Moss Rlty., 1716 N. 45th. 170292. Notice to creditors. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 4 BLOCKS Attractive 3 on 1. Spacious living and dining area with brick fireplace, birch kitchen. Vanity bath Port basiment. Double garage. Nice view. $1,9500 ATOMIC REALTY PA 5-5555 5213 Empire Way 5outh WALK TO PlUS X" ' Year old. 3 bedroom home. Brckl fire- place. Concrete patio. Full garage. Completely fenced yard. Close to shah- ping, $15,250 low down payment. PR 8-6/01. Notice Is hereby given that the under, signed has been appointed and hoe quail. fled as admlnlstratrix with the wlll an. nnxed, of the estate of Chester S. Baker, Deceased; that all persons having claims against eald deceased ara hereby requlrod to sorve the same duly verified, an said admlnlstratrlx or her attorney at record at the address below stated, dnd file the earns with the Clerk of said Court, to.. gethsr with proof of such service within SIx months after the date of first publl- :orlon at this notice, or the earns will be )arred. Data of first publlcnflon, M0rch 1, 1963, FRIEDA M. ARTHUR Admlnislratrlx at said Estate. 19059-12th Avenue N.E. Seattle 55, Wash. BROADVIEW, by owner. 3 bedroom, full daylile basement, hardwood floors, brick and dar, fuel olostered. Close Christ the King. 11214 Fhlnney N. Only $t6,400, Dishwasher Included. EM 3-1410 evenlng and weekends. ST, LOUISE--BELLEVUE Walk to St. Louise. Territorial view. Land- scapod. Patio. Fenced. 3 bedrooms. Bath and hglt. Dining 'U, large family kitchen, double garage. Owner. $21,575. SH 6-4820. 16019 S,E. 4th, Bellevue. mont. For sale nr wi rent with OPtion ANNA MARIE MORRIS, Admlnlstrofrlx. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN, Attorney for Said Estate, 401 First Notional Bank Building, Everett, Washington, ALalne 2-0742. Dote of final nublicatlon March 22, 1!163. CURIAN & CURRAI[  Afforneys ka.Yukon,.ploneers. Wa= a representative slsleG Mrs. Harry Dunn, Seattle; berth- In the Alike TorrltOrKII Legislature In or, Phltllp, Gorlomon, Ephrata, and the mld-1930's, Surviving Is his wife, elven grandchildren. John Kailn Fu- Mrs. Charlotte Grlmn. Green'l Funeral neral Home. Home. McKenna McNAMARA, William P., 75, 2212 ISth Ave. S., dled MarCh B. Requiem SHAUGNNBSSY, Harold, St, Box 94, March 11 St. Peter Church. Burial dted March 10. Requiem March 14 St. Calvary. BOrn In Ontario. Came here Margaret Church. Burial Calvary. Born as child. Was emploYed by the Ity In Plumier, Idahn and had lived In this as an englnderlng chglnmon In 1906 33& W. Meaker, P.O. BOX 148, area most of his life. Owner and opera- and retired In 1952. Stnce then he Kent, Wash. , far of a grocery store. Life member of had been a eansuItlhg engineer for the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEJ Juneau, Alaska. Moose Lodge. Survive. itata. Member of the Jomel Shields State of Washington for the County of ors: wife, Dorothy; mother, Mrs. Emma Assembly, fourth degree, Knights at inKe g I Shaughnessy, Tacoma; brother, James 'matter of 1he Estate of LINDON F,, Tacoma; two sisters, Mrs. E. L. Co umbuSi the Amerlcnn Society of ROSCOE MEREDITH, Deceased. InJ Martin, Midway City, Calif., and Sgt, 'Civil Engineers and a past president of probate. No. 170858. NOtice ta creditors, t.C. Morlorle Shaughnessy, Mnryland. the Northwest Sewer and Sanitary En- gineers. Survivors: ion, William P. Notice Is hereby given that the under- Dryer Mortuary. signed has been aPPO nted and has qual- McNamara, Jr., Mercer Island; three daughters, Mrs. Margaret Paull, Menlo fled as executrix of the estate of Linden Mt. Vernon Park, Callf.; Mrs. Arvln G. Fosse, Roscoe Meredith, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the same BROWN, Pamela, 7, died Mnrch 9. duly verified, on said executrix or her Requiem March 12 Immaculate Con- attorneys at record at the address below ceptlnn Church. Born In Belilngham. stated, and file the same with the Clerk Survlvore: parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ken- of said Court, together wlth proof of neth Brown; two brothers, David and such service within six months after the Stephen; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. date of first publication of this notice, Glenn Brown, Ferndale. Kern Funeral Home. or the some will be barred. Date of first iubllcatlon, March 15, 1963. MARGARET ELIZABBTH MEREDITH Executrix of sold Estate. 326 W. Meeker, P.O, Box 141, Kent, Wash. CURRAN & CURRAN Attornsye for Estate, 326 W. Meaker, P.O. Box 141, Kent, Wash. Final publication March 29, 1963. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI a DRIANO Attorneys for Estatl, S O ymp Not le Lltl Eulldinl Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County o# King. In the Matter of the Estate of OANTE MORELLh Deceased. In Probate. No. 170360. Notice to Creditors, Notice Is Ilereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- FRANK B CARR fled as Executor of the estate of Dante Attorney f()r Estate Morelll, Deceaseo 1hat all persons hav- 11") IlnlOn Avenue ' Ing claims against said deceased gre --,='".'-'L u= hereby required to serve the sqme r:lnnl nuhllatln Mnrrh 1 le63 J duly verified, on said executor or his .... '' "--:-- ...... '- '" -"--:-" attorneys at record at the address be- =o.u-- = ,,,,,, I low stated, and file the same with the tnr",," '' "t"-'" I Clerk at sad Court togelher w th proof ...... . ...... .a.. I z nl m t 14 ',ln I nld lot such servlce with n six months utter .... Icy..,, ,mlcna/ ..... I the date at first pubHcdtlon at this notice ,. u.= ,a== n ,-nHa-r F T E or the same will be barred, '"=.J.",''. ;;," -'ot/ Date of first publicotl0n March 15 o.a.e O. ,.as.,ng.on .or ..e 0u-.. n, in '' K g. D LOUIS L PAROLINE in the Matter of the Estate of HAROL - . ' ..... = b:xecuror or sala -stare to buy. EA3-3436 or EA5-6042. A. CAMP, Deceased. in Probate. No. - 170582. Notice to Creditors, Notice Is hereby given that the under-I .=: ............ signed hae been appointed and has quail- LAPIDARIES fled as Admlnistrat0r of the estate of HAROLD A. CAMP, Deceased; that oll SAGESER LAPIDARY persons having claims against said de- Woodlnvllle, Wn. HU. 6-4671 ceased are hereby required to serve Lapldary classes. Instruction. Complete same duly verifloc on said PATRICK A. rock shop. GERAGHTY or attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same - -with the Clerk at enid Court. together F#rst ,p,,,'nscr:-':on NURSING HOME with proof of such service Wlthlt, SIX .... -- months after the date of first publication 563 Olympic National Life Building Seattle, Wash. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Llte Building Seattle, Wash. Final 3.29-63 Orillio aRUNDAGE, Mrl. Emily, ST, died March 9. Requiem March 13 St. An- thony Church, Kent. Surlal Greenwood Memorial Park. Born in I prlngtlold, Minn. Came tn Seaflle from 5prlngneld In 1950 and moved to Orlllla about two years ago. ,Survivors: son, Dale, Orlll[a; daughters, Mrs. Ruthmae Huhn of Rockvflle, Md.; Mrs. Hazel Blume of Seattle and Mrs. Donna Shogren of Renton; and tO grandchildren. Stokes Funeral Home. Orting EMARD, Mrs. Fred W. (MdrlOn C.), : died March 7. Requiem March 11 Andrew Church, Iumnm-. Burlql Calvary, Tacoma. Born In Minnesota. Lived here six years, coming from Tacoma. Her husband le a former Ortlng police chief. Member of Retail Clerks Union. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Margaret Jones, Salt Lake City; mother," Mrs. Jane Doty Yakima; two sisters, Mre. Georgia Wade, Yaklma and Mrs. Joyce Mon- tagne, San Jose, Calif.; tWO brothers, Vernon W. Dory, California and Orville Doty, Pasco; six grandchildren and two great.grandchildren, Powers Fun- eral Home, Puyallup, Par+ Orchard BRISKY, Joseph P., $7, died Mdrch 7. Requiem March 12 St. Gabriel Church. Operated the Star Tavern until 1956 when he retired. Survivors: three daughters, Mrs. Donald (Rose Made) Mean, Brownsvliln, Mrs. Ralph (Betty Jo) Hamilton, Gorst, and Miss Llnda Brlsky, Port Orchard; a elster, Mrs, Matt Mlnerich, Renton; three brothers, Marko and, Paul Gasprich, beth of Renton and George Gasparlch of Roslyn; five grandchildren. Pendle- Seattle, and Mrs. Russel L. Show, Ed- monds; a brother, Robert McNomara, Seattle, and five 0randhlldren. Bonney- Wotean Funeral Home. MILLS, Mrs. Morgarot, gl, dled March 9 In Chulo Vista, Callt. Requiem and burial will be In St. Louis` her birthplace. Had lived here about 50 years. Was former secretory and nurse for Dr. J. Edward Clark. Moved to Chula Vista four yearl dUO. Survlvlng Is a son, Allan Mills, Chula Vlsta, and five grandchlldreo. RUMES, Lulme D., 1, 813t 4let Ave. $., died March 6. Requiem March  St. Puul Church. Burial Cglvary. Born in the Phlllpplno Islands. Came here in 1948. Wdt a landlcapo gardener. Was awarded the Bronze Star during World War II, and received the Philippines Llberntlen ribbon with two brdale stars. Survlvor,; wlfo, Felllslma; daughter, Deslroe, Seattle; and a brother and two sisters In the PhIllpplnss. elumbla Fcneral Home, SHERLOCK, Wl!llqm S0, 917 12th Ave. E., died March B. Requiem March 11 St. F0trlck Church. Burial CalvarY. Born "n Maine. Came here 56 years ago. Member of the Knights af Col- umbus, Survivors; cousins, J u d g e Charles T. Donwerth, Olympia, and Mrs. Mary D, McFarlond, Polebridge, Mont. Tecema BECKMAN, Mrs, Fred T. (Esther), $4, 164 S. 132nd St., died March 7. Re- qulem March 11 Our Lady Queen of Heaven Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Wisconsin, Came here in 19. Sur- vivors,, tour daughters, Mrs. Florence Foley, Tacoma, Mrs. Llllian Spencer, Santa Rosa, CoIIf., Mrs. Evelyn Han- sen, Tacoma and Mrs, Violet Thiel, Parkland; four sans, Arthur, Lawrence and Samueh I111 of Parkland and James, Tacamn; seven brothers, Mad- rick, Thomas, Joseph, VIoter (rod AI. tense DeBarS, all at Sandpoln|, Idaho, Mere. Our Lady ef Guadalupa Partsh. STUBBINGS NURSING HOME Autg, berne, business, health, fife. "Catholic operated" WE 2-5938 EM 4-3640 Prlvete cases only. State LIc, No, 69 - - 1732.16th Ave. EA. 3-6861 -- A-H---L- BIRTHS Catholic Operated. Class 1 LIc. No. 475 -" Ex. 2-5351 (no toll) ... L INIHAI.I| -- st. Helen Hasp tel ' ' I '  " I : -- I " f " ' --" I i I '1 'is the following birth to Mr. J PERSONAL Blckar, girl, March 9. and share expenses with another Cath- olic womnn. WE 2-0284. of this notice ar the some wl be bnrred, Date of tlrstpubJlcntlen March tst, 1963. PATRICK A. GERAGHTY, Admlnlstrafar of said Estate, 655 Olympic Notional Bldg. Seattle 4, Wash. GERAGHTY & VOLINN, Attorneys for Estate, 655 Olympic National Bldg., Seqtt e 4, Wash. Final 3-1-63. MO5CHETTO, ALFIERi & DRIANG Atlerneys for Estgto ,:= LONOVIEW--St. John Hospital reports ,.; the fallowing births to Mr. and Mrs.: b,, Michael Preston, girl, Feb. 24. Raymond Palmer, glrh Feb. 27. Clarence Elbert, boy, Feb. 28. Alfred Denton, boy, Mar, 5. Harold Reed. girl, Mar. 5. Dale 5taundenraus, boy, Mqr. 6. James Mghltkd Sr., boy, Mar. 6. RIcllar Raney, girl, Mar. 7. Ge'old Calbaum, girl, Mar. 8. SEATT-E -- Provldencn Hospltel lJports the following birlhl to Mr. :rod Mrs. bIederlck Hopklns girl, Feb. 2D. v'/ictor .edel, glrl, Mar. 4. t;,,;, Francis Dugnn Jr., girl, Mar. 4. H':. Hugo Roche, girl, Mar. 5. 4: ,,' Emmott Lavln, glrh Mar. 6. Wdrd Crook, twin girls, Mar. 6,   Jnhn Swenson, girl, Mar. 6. Gerald Dinndorf, bay, Mar. 6. , . John Edwdrds, glrl, Mar. 6. *# .- Elmer Lucks, boy, Mar. 2. "' Houston Mclnfash, boy, Mar. 7. -; Francis Sweeney, gtrb Mgr. 8. :' Paul Beekmon, girl, Mar. B. Robert Jecpbsen, boy, Mqr. . Srgkgw, glrl, Mgr. 10. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 POSITIONS WANTED WIDOW, $2, good worker, Swiss, wonts housekeeping far 1 Priest--small com- munlty. Rap y ta Box "V" Progress. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVlCI FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edwdrd's Parish" PA. 3-117 TOFPli0000G HARRY HICKS TREE TOPPING CO., ExpirleRced. Insured. 116,1 Olympic Notional Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Woshington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of MINA MILLER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 170TSL Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed bus been appointed and has qualified as execulrix at the estate af Mlna Miller, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required 1o serve the same duly verified, nn snld Helen Miller or her at- torney of record at the gddress below toted, and fi;e the same Wllh the Clerk af said Court, together with proof ef such service within six months afler the' date gf first publication nf this notice, or the same wll be barred. Date of flret publication March t, 19. /s/ HELEN MILLER, Executrix at Sold Estate, 004 51st S., Seattle, Wash. MOSCHETT0, ALEIIRI & DRIANO, Attorneys t0r lstote, ,S(3 Olympic Natllonal Bidg., J Seqttle Wth. Pl N AI-I|'63 Of 'Jerusalem' Discovered 3ERUsALEM,  (NC) - Ex- cavators found the earliest known Hob,row inscription of the word 2erusalBm" when they literally fell through the ceiling of a cave in the lqegev desert. Other recent archeological finds include a 6th.centurv- B.C. royal eitEdel of the 3u- dean kingdom unearthed on the outskirts Bf this city End pot- tery fragments dating from 4,000 B.C. found in a section of Beersheba. The "Jerusalem" inscrip, tion was fBund scratched on the wall of a burial cave near the ancient biblical town of Laehish in the north of south. ern Palestine's semi,desert NegBv region. The Negev was fertile and well-ppulated in ancient times and has recently been the scene of majo irrigation projects. ton-Gllchrist Funeral Home. KRIVANEK, Joseph W., St, died March 5. Requiem March 9 St. Gabriel Church. Retired welder. Survivors: wife, LIIIlan; son, Benlamln, Bromer- ton; two daughters, Connie K. Krlva- nek, Seattle, and Mrs. William Clary, Renton; mother, Mrs. Joh Krlvonek, Scappoose, Ore.; four brothers, Albert, Scappuase; Anth0nY Portland; Steve, Arvade. Co1., and John, Buffglo, Mont.; three sislers, Mrs. Nettle Teylar, Scap- pease; Mrs. Ivan Honn0ford, Oregon Ctt% and Mrs. Mary Taylor, Tulsa, Okla.; two grandchildren. Pendleton- Glichrlt Funeral Home, Puyallup EOLL, ARMANN, Ralph K., 73, 711 N. L St., died March 6. Requiem March 9 In Walla Walla. Born In Cqrml, III. Lived here two years, oming from Spokane. Retired lumberman and con- tractor, Member at St. Patrick Parish. Survivors: wife, G. Mqrguerlte; dnugh- tar, Mrs. T. E. Volberdlng, Tacoma; sister, Mrs. Ruby Marrs, Monterey, Cnlif., end three grandchildren. Gaff- heY Funeral Home. KEOOAN, ,awrem;e D., 63, 6302 E. 112th St., eled March 6. Requiem March 9 Dur Lady Queen of Heaven Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Louis- vllle, Minn. LIved horn sllce 1942. itle examiner far Commnnwealth Title Or Operdted a fur farm nllr PuYaltup 10 years. Member of the Holy Name Society and the Washington Mink Ranchers Association. Survivors: wife, Minnie; san, Pat L., Tacoma; dough- ter, Mrs. Joan Asplund, Seattle; two grandchildren, Gaffney Euneral Home. David Demert, Pnrtlond grid Delores Demers, Pullman; 13 grdndchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Dryer Mar- tqry. COl, LINe, Mrs. Jemes (Alice S.), 73, 6;43 S. Ldwrence St., died March 9. Relulem Merch 13 Visitation Church. Lurlol (glvory, Snrn in St. Pouh Minn. Ned here 31 yeqrs. Member of the Catholic Daughters, Veterans Auxiliary World Wr I. Survivors: husband; daughter, Mrs. Mgrgaret Sethune, Feirbanks, Alaska; sister, Mrs. George Hertford, Toeama, and three 0rond- chllgren. Piper Funeral Home. Civil Defense Fer Priests BIRMINGHAM, ]nglnd (N C),Priests in nrby Wlshall ra r e C e i v i n g ciVil do( training to prelate them as lBaders in local rcue actions and in prOtectivE and vacua- tion opeatiDns. Home Office official and re- g)ona| civil dEf0s offieers, are gvmg th priests lectur and demoDStrationg. The course will also be given the priests in other pats of the Birmingham ahdiecese. March IS, I! --St; Anne Mothers C I u b Ennual crab dinner, 5:30 p.m., school hall. Maroh 19, lgS--Association for Catholic Childhood, quar. terly teE, 12:30 p.m., OzEnam Hall, 410 Marion St. March 20, lggS--SBattle Prep freshmen luncheon at 12:30 p,m., St. 3oseph Social Hall. April 30, 196,1 -- Seaa Uni- versity Guild luncheon, 12:30 p.m., Marycrest Hall. ay 2, l--LuncheOD, Georgian Room, Olym,ic Ho- tel, 12:30 p.m. Association for Catholic Childhood. May:3, 19g -- Blanchet M0therB Club d s B E r t card party,-1 p.m. in the school cafeteria. Freshmen mothers March 21, 106S --Southern will hostess. Deanery, ArchdioceSan Coun,- - May 4, lg63 -- Luncheon and cil of CEtholic Women, meet- day of recollection for the so- ing Mary McCrank'B restEu- dality of Christ the King rant, Bix miles south of Che- Parish. halls. May 4, 186S -- Holy Names Academy A 1 u m n a spring March 26, lg -- St. Edward luncheon, Sand Point Golf and Parish annual spring fashion Country Club. show and luncheon at the new i May 4, ll3--Olympia Pro- parish hall, 4212 Meade St., v]dence Auxiliary annual re- 11:30 a.m. For reservations call union: and dinner to be held PA 3-5998 or PA 3-5813. " ,t,St. Michael School. March 28, 29, 30, 1963 -- Blan-, chet Mothers .Club rummage sale, S214 Greenwood. April , 196 -- CathoLic Sea. men Club Auxiliary hncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. April 1S, 1 -- St. Anne's Sanctuary S o e i e t y annual May 7, 1963 -- The Francisco Section of Our Lady of Fatima Parish will sponsor their annual luncheon and style show Rt the Windjammer R e s t a u r- ant at noon. May 7, 1963 -- Catholic SeE men Club Auxiliary luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Bprin luncheon, parish hall. April 17, 1963--O'Dea Moers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m. Fresh- men mothers hostesses. April 17, lg6,%-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 !loon. April 21, 1963--St. 3oseph Aux- iliary dinner, 4 to 7 p.m. Seattle University student union build- ing cafeteria. Ar:il 23, 1963--Annual card party held by the Moant St. Vincent Au=iliary at the Spm- ish Ballroom of the 01ympio Hotel.  April 24, !gg1.Ho!y Rosary Mothers Club, Tacoma, spring eard party, neon, school aud[; terium. April 2, 1963 -- Forest Ridg Convent Alumnae brie teaL, 1 p.m., at Forest Ridge, April 27, IS -- Plant sale sponsored by Queen of AngElS Guild of Christ the King Parish. 12:30 p.m,, May IS, lg--urochor Club spring luncheon. May 1S, 196,%-Homecoming " e banquet, Nurs0s Alumna, St. Joseph Hospital, BellinghEm. May 19, 1963--Catholic Daugh- ters of America dinner will be held at the Top of the Town Restaurant in the SorBnto FIo- tel, //offeer00 FISHER-KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic FamlUes . For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 i01 North 36fk Seattle GEORGE HOFFN|R Owner ........................... I I ...... J- l .. I.L { I .......... J0hn Kalin Funeral Home Catholic Oned end Operated 828 BROADWAY AT MARION EAst 3-1234 In ke ltert e t e Medical Center , - ............... . ................... [L . L i . . t