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20---Catholic Northwest Progress March 15, 1963 COMING DOWN THE STAIRS of Ozanam Home in Tac- oma is this enchanting little resident of Ozanam which cur- rently provides food and shelter for 62 old men and women. The Sisters of Charity of Providence who run the home have recently purchased property for a new home for the aged in that area. Continued From Page 19 denee Sisters Juniorate into a home for the aged and there are now 40 residents. For those bed-ridden and con- valescent patients, several of the Archdiocesan Catholic hospitals have geriatric wards. St. Joseph's Hospital in Aber. deeD has 50 beds; St. John's in Port Townsend 40 beds; St. Peter's in Olympia eight beds but S Frances Cabrin.i, Seattle, St. Jo- seph's in Vancouver and St. Jo- seph's in Bellingham are all with- out specific geriatrics depart- ments. Sister Francis Xavier, C. S. J., superior of the Bellingham hospi- tal hopes this situation will be rectified with the construction of the new hospital there. That same hope is echoed by Sister Gertrude of Providence, F.C.S.P., admini- strator of Providence Hospital, Se- attle who plans, with the addition of the new medical center, more room for the aged. Ample Facilities Needed With the need growing larger by the year the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly plans through the Archdiocesan Development Fund to give those aging Catholics desiring it, facili- ties for a good, substantial life in homes in which chapels and chap- lains will ,be close by. This care will aid hundreds of aging Catholic couples, as well as Continued on Page 21 Come Here for No- D iscou n t FHA or G-I 00oans When you get an FHA or G-I loan from this bank, no costly discounts are hidden in the amount you pay for your home. Just one reason more people ::et home loans here than anywhere else in town. You are invited to come here for your home loan.  WASHINGTON MUTUAL SAVINGS BANK The Northwest s Oldest and Largest Savings Institution Main 02ce : SECOND AT SPRING AURORA VILLAGE " BALLARD " BELLEVUE " RENTON TIMES SQUARE UNIVERSITY * WE8T SEATTLE WHITE CENTER MEMBER I:OERAb OPO$1T INgURANO CORP0 TION / DINNER is served family style at Ozanam Home. Here several of the residents prepare for a hearty dinner at the home which is currently filled to capacity. The need for new facilities for the aged can be seen by the waiting lists of those wishing admittance to the fev homes in the Arch- diocese. Bank by mail and relax. We pay postage--both ways; supply convenient deposit envelopes for savings, checking, and special checking accounts; give you fast service every time. A good bank to stun uh.., a good Imr to gram ur THE BANK OF CALIFORNIA National AmJociatlo 8 ! 5 Second Avenue, Sea'file Membzr Federal Deposit l Cororsliom Jonny Layrite presents Mf, Cit'Y I "SCREEN WALL" s. '-o,,,iol, - Ic:t00_ov so.00 o._ The Industry's I,.- Con,..^. ", ]  verett "*-Te Pace-Setter i u,+i: I On Sale af These 1::7;:; d Dec. I . A , . up.ply Pace-Setting Building '*'aeriels Supply Companies tual LAYRITE CONCRETE PRODUCTS CO. 7265 E. Marginal Way S. " Seattle " PA. 2-8681