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CLASSIFIED RATE: 3oc PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-8880 Extension 18 i: AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT'S i AUTOMOBILE REPAIRS TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA. 5-6677 E BEAUTY SALONS KIRKLAND BEAUTY NOOK 'Catholic Operated' Mr. Joseph and 4 experienced male hair stylists offer you personalized beauty care. Permanent waves $12.50 up com- plete. VA 2-6141 225 Lake St. So., Ktrkland m. ii I I i i i HOMES FOR SALE "Park Royal" BLESSED SACRAMENT PFP 6 BR'S 3 BATHS FINISHED REC. RM. DRIVE BY 14549 30fh N.E. This lovely home Is lust 6 months old. 3 large bedrooms on main floor with space for 3 more upstairs and bath. Full finished basement with wet bar and 3/4 both. Panelled rec. room with acoustic tile. The most home for the money, within 1/2 black at Seattle City Limits. Walk to all schools and shop- ping. For more information coil EM 4-1180 on od No. 1-1007. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, Inc. EM 4-1180 ST. MATTHEW'S =,,., we. NEW U  B JConstructlon IS lust beginning on 6 quallfV CLEANING homes, located on a lovely dead end n your home I street, lust 3 bocks from St. Matthews. 'KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 Huge Early American rambler and _ lovely split levels. 3 and 3 bedrooms   -J 2 and 3 baths, gorgeous kitchens with bs I1 Ell,.1 .. E lit IlkeC W s I family eating pace and built-ins. Wide    level native lots. Priced from $22,950 YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 I to $24,950 and we will take your present Tom McEIroy LA 2.4671 home In trade. Call now as this won't lost long. CONTRACTING O'NEIL & SIEDELHUBER LA 5.5702 8620 Roosevelt Way N.E. PAINTING  interior & Exterior Residential & Commercial WALTERLA 3-6985 P' NELSON SPILK 7553 19th N.E. OOFING GUTTERS FOUNDATIONS MATZ WEDGWOOD contemporary. Rustic set-I ROOFING & SIDING CO. ting. Many flowers and shrubs. Outdoor 1 GR 4-5046 cabana with fireplace. Roman brick and l To__mo,cn Washinaton cedarf t rambler. 4 blocks to Our Lady j Aluminum and Asbestos Siding o he Lake. I Free Estimates DRIVE TO: 3805 N.E. 85th ST. J --EP-AT-RU--  OPEN DALLY I FOR ROOF RE NG, new re is, 6 rooms on 1 floor. 3 bedrooms or 2 bed- Butters and downspouts, Asbestos and ,^^m=n.. ...  . ,,, ,^^- in I S .vv,,, .... .,, p.C.O ...... -w -,,, composition sld g Free est mate. ' -- . ,4 , r ,- o Aaev== ] wlth fireplace. Large dining room. Com- worn. a., . n, ... ........ =. ,_o,o, o. o,..,. =,,o. 1 pact kitchen. Plumbed and wired for "'' .... '' ""l washer and dryer. AC oli heat. At- HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete I tached garage. Located on 60x100 ft. remodeling service, room additions, re-] corner lot. FHA appraised and selling pairs, interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- for $18,950. ences. Up to 5 years to pay, SELECT HOMES CO. LA4-1060 PA 2-4463 7744 35th N.E. ELECTRIC CANTRACTORS CAPITOL HILL WESTS,DE ELECTR,C ,NC. ST. JOSEPH'S WE 2-0354 . . . WE 7-3776 Industrlal and house wiring. "Electric This 4 bedroom home Is meticulously heotlng our specialty." Servlng West maintained wlth ample plumblng, level= Seattle. Art E. Llndberg, Owner: grounds, short launt for small children to all elementary schools. One of these rare finds in this much wanted area. FOODENTERTAINMENT A little over $15,000 with easy terms. TORTILLAS ca, Mr. Monco, EA2-S251. MERLEN J. MOORE, RLTRS. LA MEXICANA Moxl-Calessen 405 15th East EA 5-4000 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 ST. ANNE'S HI SCHOOL FOR RENT 28 ft. living room with fireplace, dining room, kitchen, utility room, full both, ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH main floor. 4 bedrooms and both up. Full basement. Patio. Nice yard. FHA, MONTLAKE $16,000. Eves. call Mr. Garrison, AT2- Walk to the university. View home. 1 6439. bedroom and bath down. 2 bedrooms BLAINE REALTY up. Huge basement. Furnished or un- 11V2 Boston AT3-5511 furnished. 5120 month. References. MECUTCHEN REALTY BRYANT ASSUMPTION EA 2-5611 or MA4-2377 FULL BASEMENTI Possible 5 bedroom ASSEMBLY HOTEL home, (2 flnlshe'd). Large living room, 1 BLOCK TO ST. JAMES separate dining and sun room. Excel- Inder new management. Redecorated. lent location, close shopping and trans- portation. Price reduced to $15,950 MIN Clean, warm rooms. Pensioners web FHA TERMS; / come. $40 month up. 823 Mad,son -- MA3-4)74. UNIVERSITY DIST. / IMMACULATE -- 3 Bedroom home, IIv- ST. BERNADETTE'S Ing room with fireplace, separale din- Attractive deluxe I and 2 bodraom apart- Ing, full basement, double garage. Stu. / ments completely furnished. Garbage die aporlment rents for $50. Zoned/ disposal. Colored appliances. Wall to Community Business. Asking $19,800. I wall carpets. 1 block to bus, church Crawford & Conover, Inc. I and school 5 minutes to Burlen. $100 GREEN LAKEITRADE YOUR EQUITY BDRMS. 1 SWEEPING 13/00 BATHS 100 DEGREE FULL DAYLITE BSMT. J\\;/IE\^/ "D" I00I',,I IVlL vv TERRITORIATVIE| W " High on a hill !PUGET SOUND New Mding. Convenien t Ioeation clos...e, t o] j   if.. schools, bus line ana shopping, rtA /I IJ U % appraised at $11,500. Be sure to see[  | r ' by calling Benton's Rlty., inc., 68th &l -- " " Roosevelt on home No. 178. LA 5-5353. ST. JOSEPH'S VERY PRETTY 3 BEDROOM COLONIAL STYLE Home in this convenient area. W/W car- pet, 1V2 baths. Nice eating area off kitchen. Owner will consider contract. Call Mrs. Murphy. EA2:2710. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 --SPILK-- ST. CATHERINES AND ROOSEVELT HI ALL PAVED DISTRICT OF NEWER HOMES Full .size 5 room (plus breakfast rm.) circular floor plan, 1954 modern home. Full daylight basement, finished with 3rd bedroom and V2 bolh, plus un- finished rec. room and 2nd fireplace, :00_2,500 FHA APPRAISED THE MOST UNIQUE home on a com- manding view lot that is unsurpassed. The view of Puget Sound Malestlc Olympic mountains con be enjoyed from either the main floor or the completely finished daylight basement. Large living room with picture win. daws. 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 area. 2 full buths with colored fixtures, completely finished recreation r O O m. 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 dollarsL Hurry for the buy of your llfe. Call LI 2-3184 on Ad No. 3362. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 18322 Aurora Ave. LI. 2-3184 Pray for them... In Memoriam I O the charity of 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. Felix B. Deitmar- in8, died March 23, 1958. ThE Rev. Thomas Madlgan, died March 24, 1940. The Rev. Justin Welz, O.S.B., died March 27, 1923. : The Rev. Gasper Genna, SJ., died March 28, 1911. Arlington ERYORIC, Mrs. Mary, 83, Route One, died March 13. Requiem March 16 Immaculate Conception Church. Born In Edrla, Austria. Lived in the Lake Goodwln area a number of years before moving to Route One in 1929. Member of the Immaculate Conception Altar Society. Survivors: son, John, Arling- ton; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Mar- risen, Arlington and Mrs. Julle Der- large shop area, detached garage, and boat storage. Located on large view IMPERIAL East go.c, Morysv,,,., e,oh, grendch,,drsn lot. 5 blocks to public and parochial und five great-grandchildren. Weller shcools. One mile to Roosevelt HI and " and SOlle Funeral Home. Blanchet. Here is the rare home you EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT hove been looking for. Priced In the 'teens. Shown by appointment. Finished homes ready to move Into! Bellingham now. Visit the furnished show hbuses. , SELECT HOMES CO. open Oa,ly. 10 a.m. fill 9 at night. IA 4-16fl Call SH 6.9221, Prestige Homes, inc." M INAGLIA, Angelo, 615 Virginia St., '/TJ'; "*h'  7 died March 18. Requiem March 22 .............. -- i  - Church of the Assumption. Lived here r'AD/V AkAEDI('AKI  i30 Years. Retired farmer. Survivors: L/t\\;L/ /-IVILI\\;I'.,/-IN /IP--A/ M'II'IP brother, Joseph Seattle; four sisters, I'l i t' II  IrMB--VP'k llV/IVlrmeal Mrs. ,ntotne Traverse and Mrs, Ernest {LOnq, LOW Kambler/ .- Navane, th of sttlo and two sls- "A nrn,,,.-.L ,e " . , ters In Italy and a niece, Mary, of "r Dr'lJlkJJM,3 REGAL AND McDONELL Seattle. Westford Funeral Home. ,4. YAD ("/r3 Attorneys for Estate ,, ', ..' '' .... S77 Dexter Herren Bulldlag I r "/bU Seattle, Wash. SZYMANSKI, Mrs. Katherine, 90, Cq Ikl IIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 2417 West St., died March 13. Requiem ,pLvu ,. State of Washington for the County of March 15 Church of the Assumption. Brand new listlng--looded with Copper l King, Lived here 60 years, Survivors: ,two Kettle atmosphere--white brick & pan. In the matter of the Estate of JOHN J. daughters, Mrs. Katherine Wardrop and eled lnterlor (deep, rich w-w carpats l KUSH, Deceased. In probate. No. 170793 Mrs Carr Kolb, Be nghom; four included) full sized dining ream--cheery Notice to creditors, sons, Kosh, Mike and Joe of Belling- ranch kltchen--4 full bedrooms--fenced Notice Is hereby given that the under, ham and John of Seott e; 11 grand. yard--oil improvements (sidewalks & signed has been appointed and has quail- children and 24 great-grandchildren. sewers). Don t walt, ca EM3-3282 on fled as Administrator of the Estate of Jones Funeral Home. Ad No. 310. John J. Kush, Deceased; that all persons L. P, MARTIN, INC BURIEN 4 BDRMS. FULL BASEMENT FINISHED REC. RM. St. Francis Parish $400 DN. $15,500 ideal family home situated on large cor- ner grounds. One block to Lake Burlen. Walking distance to public and Catholic schools. Featuring comfortable living room with fireplace, 2 bedroom on main level and 2 finished up in mahogany paneling. Full basement has finished family room for party time fun, over- size detached garage with shop space, back yard is completely fenced and has garden spot and fruit trees, front yard is graced by native and flower- ing trees. Don't be sorryi Coil for ap- paintment, our exclusive. Call CH 3- 1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11306 - 1st Ave. S. VIEW RIDGE having claims against said deceased or ,against sold estate ore hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on sald Admlnlstrator or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the some with the clerk of said court, to. gether with proof of such service, within six months offer the dote of firm publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication March 15, 1963. ROBERT W. KUSH, Administrator of said Estate, 6731 Sycamore N.W.,: Seattle, Wash. LAWRENCE K. McDONELL of REGAL AND MvDONELL Attorneys for Estate, 577 Dexter Herren Building Seattle, Wash. Final publlcoflon March 29, 196,1. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN 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 given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Adminlstratrlx of the estate of the Brush Prairie LARKINS, Benlamln A., 92, Route One, Box 31, died March 11. Requiem March 14 St. John Church, Glenwood. Burial In Fonda, Iowa. Born in French Lick Springs, Ind. Moved to Clark County In t948. Survivors: two sons, Richard, Brush Prairie, and John A., Omaha, Nob.; daughter, Mrs. Merle Polklnghorn, Tacoma, and o brother, Arthur, Sheldon, III. Hamllton-Mylan Funeral Home. .... Enumclaw CHACATA, Mrs. John (Ivana), 72, died March 15. Requiem March 19 Sacred Heart Church. Burial Holy Cross Cemetery. Born In Yugoslavia and lived in the area 42 years. Mem- ber of the Slavonian Women's Union. Survivors: husband; son, John Jr., Enumclow; daughter, Mrs. Mary Brat, ovlch, Auburn; sister, Mrs. Josephine Maleckar, Yugoslavia; five grandchil- dren. Enumclaw Funeral Home. Everett and up. TR 8-2356. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free e dellvery', Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE U. 5-1378 Redmond ii GREETING CARDS--Wholesale EASTER CARDS 1/ PRICE CATHOLIC CARDS LA 2-4671 i HELP WANTEDFEMALE WANTED: Couple, cook and maintenance man, for Rectory near Seattle. Reply to Progress Box "M". IELP YOUR HUSBAND PAY THE tBILLS' PART TIME WORK, FULL TIME PAY, WE TRA N. LA4-5331. MIDDLE aged lady to help with Invalid. Board, room and some compensation. PR 6-2581. J iNCOME TAX SERVICE INCOME TAX Assistance--Your place or ours A. L. ANDERSON PA 2-6126 (ANYTIME) INSURANCE LEO J. KRANTZ INs. AGENCY Mere. Our Lady of Guadolupe Parish. Auto, home, business, health, life. WE 2-5938 EM 4-3640 BIRTHS BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph General Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs. : Ralph Mlnaker, girl, March 11. =RJchard Rustond, boy, March 12. JDeanls Hamilton, girl, March 12. Roland Kopa, boy, March 15. "VDonald Moberg, girl, March 16. George Planclch, boy, March 17. CHEHALIS--St. Helen Hospital re- i Farts the following births to Mr. and Mrs. : Gary Woltrip, girl, March 13. Leonard EIsaer, girl, March 14. SEATTLE  Providence Haspltal ' rlports the following blrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Charles Navonl, girl, March 11. James Bankhead, boy, March 11. 8040 35th Ave. N.E. Cap;fol Hill has the air of a mansion 4 BR'S PLUS A HOME OF UNUSUAL DESIRABILITY. Spacious colonial. King-size room here and plenty of elbow room for the growing family, seldom available. A home of this quality and priced most reasonably-at $26,500. Coil Mow Brace- lln, EA3-8717 for appointments and de- tails. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1ssg Olive Way EA S.0700 BLANCHET-- BR'S $t4,950--MIN. DN. FHA 4 BLOCKS TO BLANCHET HI," 1V baths. 4 bedrooms. Large dining room. Eat in kilchen. W/W carpet. Full basement. Cab. A.C.O. heat. Excellent family home. SOUNDVlEW HOMES EM 2-8432 EVE'S COLLEEN FAREBAAG, EM 4-0478 LA 3-5555 2, I I 0 Sq. Ft. I Level, NO STAIRS ANYWHERE. Just decorated. Beautiful snowy white Inside and out. Fully carpeted, 7 on 1. 21' master bdrm. with sep. bath. Family rm. Dutch door ";o covered patio. Dbl. ear. Priced In 30's. Mrs. Conley. LA $- 9250. REDUCED $1,000 View Ridge 4 Bdrms., 3 Baths. Lake view, carpeted. Built.In appliances. Fin. dalite rec. rm. Dble gar. $32,950. Mrs. Conley, LA5- 9250. HAWTHORNE HILLS $22,950 Level approach. 4 bdrms., 2 plbg. Carpet- ed. Very big kit., big eating. Patio, bsmt. Charles & Sybil Conley 5511 NE 65th LA 5-9250 CHRIST THE KING-- 2 BLOCKS 1600 sq. ft. of Ilvablllty. Spoctous car- peted living room. Beautiful fireplace. Slate entrance. Dining room. Large modern family kitchen. Utility room. 3 bedrooms. By owner. Only $17,200. Coil T /HVF-' I EM2.-4242 and come see. 4 bedrooms, splt ievel''tblock church BY OWNR------ school re  .... " a-" w.. ,^l CLOSE TO ST. BERNADETTES wal'['car;et = drope's" dl'sh'woshe," d s:l 3 bedroom sp t leve Full daylight bose- nnn ' lit i V' a ' ment Double garage Fireplace up and ___1 and bu...-.n acuum cie nor n-  . _ eluded. By owner $24,900 L. 2-S784. down. Bath and /2. Bu t-n wardrooe. / Large level lot. Coil CH 3-9697. Cean 2 bedroom, daylight basement, near shopplng, bus and schools. Ex- t ,, ,. cellent condition. By owner. 6049 301h .E LA3-482, LEGAL NOTICES OUR LADY OF THE LAKE 4 BEDROOM BRICK BY OWNER REDECORATED THROUGHOUT CARTANO, BOTZER & CHAPMAN NEW KITCHEN AND BATH Attorneys 3219 N.E. 90TH 1415 Joseph Vance Building OPEN FOR INSPECTION Seattle, Wash. above named deceased; that all persons having claims against sald deceased are hereby required to present the same, duly verified, on said Adminlstratrix or Clar- ence J. Coleman, attorney of record, at lhe address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court wlthln six (6) months after the date of the first publica.qon of this Notice to Creditors, or the same wlll be barred. Dote of first publication, March 8, 1963, ANNA MARIE MORRIS, Admlnlstrotrlx. CLARENCE J. COLEMAN, Attorney for Sold Estate, 401 First National Bank Building, Everett, Washington, ALpine 2-0742. " Date of final publlcation March 22, 1963. CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 326 W. Meeker, P.O. BOX 148, HARRISON, Kenneth J., 57, 2309 Pine St., died March 12. Requiem March 16 Perpetual Help Church. Born In Foreman, Alberta. Lived here 12 years. Worked as landscape gardener. Survlvors: wife, Julia; four sisters, Mrs. Mae Edgar, North Vancouver, E.C,; Miss Josephine Eckert and Mrs. Mabel Pearson, both of Sidney, B.C.; Harrlett Miller, Spokane; five brothers, Foster, Seoffie; Lester, Prince George, B.C.; Fred, Portland, Herbert, Salem, Ore.; George, Sidney. Solle Funeral Home. ROBINSON, Mrs. Lawrence (Lillian), 62, 7032 Beverly Lane, died March 13. Requiem March 15 St. Mary Magdalen Church. Lived here four years. Sur- Kent, Wash. vivors: husband; five sons, Lorraine, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Lynnwood, James, Dallas; William, State of Washington for the County of Olympia; Charles, Woodinville, and Jerry, Everett; six daughters, Mrs. Klng. In the matter of the Estate of LINDON ROSCOE MEREDITH, Deceased. In probate. No. 170858. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as executrix of the estate of Linden Roscoe Meredith, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against sold deceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said executrix or her attorneys of record at the address below Edna Cooker, Edmonds; Mrs. Ruth Kosufh, St. James, Me.; Mrs. Agnes Walster, Maltby; Mrs. Donna Goehrs, Evertt; Mrs. Margle Gawryluk, Seattle and Mrs. L1nda Mach, Everett; two sisters, Mrs. Bowen and Mrs. Ruth Breisfard, Watertown, S.C.; 20 grand- children and one great-grandchild. Cassldy Funeral Home. stated, and file the same with the Clerk RODGERS, Mrs. Anna E., 80, 2215, of said Court, together with proof of Wetmore Ave., died March 13. Requiem such service within six months after tha M o r c h 16 Immaculate Conception date of first publication of this notice, Church. Born in Stillwater, Minn. Lived or the same will be barred. Dole of first publication, March 15, 1963. MARGARET ELIZABETH MEREDITH Executrix of sold Estate. 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 148, Kent, Wash. CURRAN & CURRAN Altorneys for Estate, 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 148, Kent, Wash. Final pubilcaflan March 29, 1963. here 52 years. Member of Womens  Catholic Order at Forresters and the Altar Society of Immaculate Conception. Survivors: two daughters, Mrs. Olive Ann Langhans and Mrs. Marguerite Falrbanks, both of Seattle; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Hammerschmlth, Portland and Mrs. Mildred Taylor, Muklltea; nine grandchildren and 10 great-grand- children. Cassldy Funeral Home. SAT. & SUNDAY Lt 2-2208 BY OWNER WEST SEATTLE LINCOLN PARK Delightful large family view home near proected Catholic School. 5 Bedrooms, 2 complete baths. View. Living room, 28 ft. Large family dining room. Kitch- en eating space, inside remodeled, out- side needs decorating. Patio for out- j door living, Will accept acreage or real estate contract as down payment. In- spacl by appointment. WE 7-7061. BEAUTIFULLY finished 3 year old, 3 bedroom, 2 baths, hardwood floors. Lots of cupboards. Double garage. Fenced back yard. Owner. AD 2-8380. ST. JOHNS--OWNER 3 bedrooms, breakfast nook, plus large dining r o o m. Basement recreation IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE MOSCHETI'O, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate, State of Washington for the County of S63 Olympic National Life BulldlmJ InKlhge Matter of the Estate of ROY Seattle, Wash. JAMES EVETT, Deceased. In Probate. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE No. 17090S. Notice to Creditors. State af Washington for the County Notice IS hereby given that the under- of King. signed has been appointed and has quaff- In the Matter of the Estate of DANTE MORELLI, Deceased. In Probate. No. fled as Executrix of the estate of Roy t70360. Notice to Creditors. James Evett, Deceased; that all persons bavlng claims against said deceased are Notice is hereby given that the under- hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executrix or her attor- neys of record at the address below stated, and tile the same with the Clerk Ferndale EILERMAN, George Henry, 80, Route Three, dlea March 17, Reaulem March 20 St. Joseph Church. Resident of Whatcom County 12 years. Survivors: a s/ster, Agnes EIlerman, a brother, Peter and o nephew, Adolph Scherman, al of Ferndole. Moles Funeral Home. i O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh 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 angd 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, in Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Orchards CONNOR, Matthew Thomas, lg, Reute One, Box 351-E, died March 13. Requl. em Mnr. 16 St. John Church, Glen- wood. Burial St. John's Cemetery. Born in Groftoo, N.D. Lived in the Orchards area for the past 10 years. Fourth grader at SIfton Elementary School Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. My- ran R. Conner; four brothers, Timothy, Phillip, Kevln and Paul, and a sister, Genevieve, all of Orchards. Hamilton- Mylan Funeral Home. Seattle ANTONSEN, Mrs. John A. (Mar. guerite) 54, 2917 11th Ave. W., died March 15. Requiem March 18 St. Margaret Church. Burial Holyraed. Born in Joseph, Oregon. Came here in 1924. Was a former clerk far the General Services Admlnlstratlon. Sur- vtvars: husband, John A.; mother, Mrs. Clarence E. Singular, Pasco, and two half sisters,. Mrs, Virginia Piper and Mrs. Karma Harder, both of Wilbur, Lincoln County. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral Home. BRAND, Sllas, 96, 5801 15th Ave. N. W., died March 18. Requiem March 21 St. AIphonsus Church. Burial Cal- vary. Came here 63 years ago. Until four years ago had been a custodian for St. Alphonsus Church for 20 years. Survivors: sons, Jess R., John Del- bert, and Fronds M., all Seattle, Silas D. of Anocortes, and Douglas J. of Los Vegas, Nev.; also 12 grandchildren, 21 great- grandchildren, and seven great - great, grandchildren. Mlttlestadt Ballard Funeral Home. CAPPIELLO, Mrs. Josephine A., 82, 1756 19th Ave. S., died March 16. Requiem March 19 Our Lady of Mr, Virgin Church. Burial Calvary. "Born in Calabria, Italy, Came here ,56 years ago. Was a member at St. Anne's Sodality of Our Lady of Mt. Virgin Church. Survivors: son, Frank Asprla; daughters, Mrs. Dam Fuba, Mrs. Fred Mlcera and Mrs. George Brazil, all of Seattle; one brother in South America; nine grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. John Kalln Funeral Home. DUDLEY, Mrs. Edward L., (Marie J.), 4516 15th Ave. N. E., died March 13. Requiem March 16 Blessed Sacra, ment Church. Born In ireland. Came here from P0catello, Idaho, after the death of her husband. Surv/vors; son, William C. Dudley, and o daughter, Mrs. Thais .Albert, bath of Seattle, and six grandchildren. Aams-Forkner Funeral Home. HIGGINS, Maurica L., 49, 9807 Ravenna Ave. N. E., died March 13. Requiem March 19 Holy Family Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in ate, Iowa. Came here five years ago from Oregon. Was former president of the Oregon State Association of Electrlcal Workers. Formerly worked for the Bonneville Power Administration and the Bremer- ton Naval - Shipyard; In recent years he had worked f0r the University of Washington, Survivors: wife, Dorothy, and two sons, Michael and Charles Higgtns, all of Belfolr, Mason County; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick HIg- gins, Seattle; three,brothers/ Robert L., Redding, Calif., Francis P., Seaback, Kltsap County, and Vincent T. HIgglns, Seattle, and three sisters, Mrs. Charles Scofleld, Broadus, Mont., Mrs. Fred Ross, Lovell, Wyo. and Mrs. Ray Allen, Washington, D. C. White Center Funeral Home. KELLEY, Cornelius., 63, 12747 Renton i ii Seat fie LEE, James Patrick (Babe), 68, died March 17. Requiem March 20 ,St. AI- phonsus Church. Burial Holyroed. Born in Eagle Gorge. Came here when he was four. Was a retired photographer for the City Engineering Department and former semi-professional baseball player. Member of Local 17, Profession- al and Technical Engineers ` Associa- tion. SurvivorS: wife, Marian; a son, James R. Lee, Los Angeles; o stepson, Charles DeHort, Seattle; three brothers, John H. and William E., both of Seattle, and Richard R. Lee, Redwood City, Calif., and three grandsons. Mittie- stadt Baliard Funeral Home. MORSE, Walter P., 57, 1116 N. W. 61st St., died March iS. Requiem March 18 St. Alphonsus Church. Burial Holy- rood. Was a fur cutter for the L & J Fur Co. Was a former vice-president af the Blanchet High School Fathers' Club. Survivors: wife, Irene, and a son, Walter A. Morse, and a brother Arthur A. Morse, all of Seattle. Hottner's FIsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. SCANZONI, Leo, 39, 303S 14th Ave. W., dled March 13. Requiem March 15 St. Margaret Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in O'neida, Pa. Was a merchant seaman and came here from New York 16 years ago. Survivors: wife, Myra; and mother, Mrs. Pearl Scanzonf of Staten Island, N. Y. John Kalln Funeral Home, SMITH, Milend G., 59, 4160 Cascadia Ave. S., died March 13. Requiem March 16 St, Edward Church. Burial Holy. rood. Born in Corning, Iowa. Came here 30 years ago. Was a Boeing Co. fll0ht mechanic for 2S years before retiring last year. Survivors: wife, Louisa M.; daughters, Mrs. George LIndemann, Seattle, and MrS. James Pelham, Ktrkland; sons, James M., Bruce M. and Gory S. Smith, Seattle. and seven grandchildren. Bonney-Wato son Funeral Home. Shelton ELSON, Fred M., 72, 427 Bellevue Ave., died March 13. Requiem March 16 $t. Edwurd Church. Born In Mason County and hod lived there all his life. Tugbaot captain for the Simpson Tim- bar Co. Survivors: two sons, Lewis and Eugene, both of Shelton; one daughter, Mrs. Dorothy HIIller, 5hel- ton; two sisters, Mrs. Ada Clothier and Mrs. Grace Holman, Shelton; one brother, Jack, Potlatch; five grand- children. Batstone Funeral Home. Sumas ORDOS, MrS. Barbara, 80, Route One, died March 14. Requiem March 16 St. Ann Church. Moved to Sumos in 1916, living there until six years ago when she moved ta Seattla. Survivors: lhroe sons, Joseph, Olympia; John, Seattle; Michael, Sumas; two dapghters, Mrs. Anne Harrocks and Miss Bertha Ordos, bath of seattle; 17 grendchlldren. Gillies Funeral Home. Tacoma GRIFFIN, Michael A,, 77, 1116 S. J St, died March 15. Requiem March 19 St. Lea Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Wisconsin and came to Tacoma In 1907. Raised In St. Paul, Mlnn. Boiler- maker Inspector for the Milwaukee Rd In Lewtstown, Mont., prior to 1917. From 1920 to 1955 he owned and oper- ated a tavern on K St. Oldest lifetime member of Lewlstown Eagles Lodge, honorary member of Longshoromens Local. Member of the Sportsmen Club and the Bartenders Union. Survivors; brother, John, Tacoma; three slsters Mrs. Harry Wick, Mrs. Dick McCreadle and Mrs. Stanley Bland, all of Tacama; several nieces and nephews. Gaffney Fu' neral Home. Ave. S., died March 13. Requiem March 16 St. Paul Church. Burial Greenwood, PASCHILD, Mrs. Joseph (JosePhine), Renton. Born In Butte, Montana. Came $S, formerly of 6006 S. Lawrence St., died March iS. Requiem March 19 here four months ago. Was a stationary Visitation Church. Burial CaNary. Born engineer. Survivors: wlfe, Amelia; stop- dougbters, Mrs. Paul C. Gulberson, tn Philadelpbla. Lived here 42 years Survivors: three sons, Victor, Ham- Seattle; Mrs. Peggy Hanlfen, Butte; Mrs. Kenneth Cross, Helena, and Mrs. mend, : Ore., George, Renfon; Bud, Dave Ratter, San Francisco; stepson, Copal!s; three daughters, Mrs. Irene Ens. Herbert Haefer, USN; brother, John Kelley, Kansas City, Me., and sister, Mrs. Mac McCIood, Butte. Man- ning and Sons Funeral Home. LETOURNEAU, Mrs. Joseph E. (Mary E.), 85, 4119 Sunnyslde Ave. N., died March 12. Requiem March 16 St. Benedict Church. Burial Halyread. Born in Quebec. Came here In 1900 from Baltimore, Md. Was a member of the altar society af St. Benedict Church. Survlvers: husband, Joseph E.; daugh- ter, Mrs. Clarence Schmldt, Seattle; sons, Fred W. Mills, Seattle and George U. Mllls, Alderwood Manor; sisters, Mrs. SIvena Andrews and Mrs. Amanda Vail and Brother, Theas Boutaln, all af Emperlum, PC.; four grandchildren and eight great-grand- children. Adams.Ferkner Funeral Home. FOR YOUR HEXT FORD Sll FRED MEINHART Member ef Blessed Sacrameet Farisk AT BILL PIERRE MOTORS, Inc. LAKE CITY FORD DEALER 12S31 30th AVE. N.E. SEATTLE SS signed has been appointed and has quaff- ' " fledlngMerelli,aSclalmsEXecutor Deceased;against of that thesaldallestatedeeeasad0ersonsat Dan,abaVor, =00,llilllilliillillllililllllliililillilmllllillllllliililillillliill00 Yaeger, Tacoma; Mrs, Amelia Buttery, Sherman OaKs, Calif., and Mrs. Ange- line EIIss, Seattle; eight grendchlldren; seven great-grandchildren and o great- great-granddaughter. P i per Fnerd! Home. . . CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres James Cnuidys Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL 2-2178 i THE PROGRESS--I FridaT, March 221 1963., Requiem Said For Sister Laurentin A requiem Mass was said Wednesday for Sister Laurentn, F.C.S.P., (Marie Louise Le- blanc), 84, who died March 16 at Mount St. Vincent Home. The Mass was celebrated at the chapel of the home aBd burial vas in Calvary. Sister was born, in Cheti- camp, Cape Bretbn, .Canada and made her profession, in 1905. Her first assignment was as a nurse in Kenora, Ont!'io. In 19t7 she was Sent ta,N0me and a year later moved :to Fairbanks where she worked at St. Joseph Hospital from" D19 to 1039. From there she went to Providence Hospital , Anchor- age and also served atOzanam Home, Tacoma, before retirin to Mount St. Vincent's in: 1954. Among Sister's interesting experiencEs in Alaska ,was her boat trip from Seattle to Nome when, unknown to the two Sisters (m board, the sailors w e r e threatening mutiny Ii took them nin days to make the trip and although harm never came the Sisters wondered why the "Victoria" made such slow headway. Sister Laurentin is survived by a brother, Dr. William Le- blanc of 0chelata, 0kla. (More obituary notices on Page 12.) GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME Slnce lg05 South Yaklma at lOIh TACOMA erome Koch, boy, March 11. ck Roberson, boy, March 11. enn FInney, girl, March I]. rederlck Dare, boy, March 12. " Robert Steiner, boy, March 12. " Donald Wolfe, boy, March 12. .Steven Medalla, boy, March 12. Dr. John McKay, girl, March 12. Prancls Powers, Jr., girl, March 13. Rotand Rants, girl, March 13. Donald Prosceno, boy, March 13. William Jaeger, girl, March 13. . Gordon Void, girl, March,13. Glenn Gait, boyi March 13. Delbert Beggs, boy, March 13. David Llnse, boy,' March 14. Norman Dlsn,y, boy, March 14. ,lGIIbart Leggelt, boy, March 14. Benlamin D1maya Jr., girl, March 14. Benedlct Melnhardt, glrl, March 15. --: Ralph McMullen, girt, March 15. - "Earl Halzknecht, boy, March lS. James Farrls Jr., girl, March 15. Lawrence Leonard, boy, March 15. Ernest Pasternlcky, boy, March 16. Donald Shatter, boy, March 16. : Richard Trombley, girl, March 17. TACOMASt. Joseph Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs,: Lean Jenson, girl, March t. John Kay, girl, March 1. George Barber, boy, March 2. .._."..Bernard Owens, girl, March 4. JRobart Landry, girl, March 5. Larry Dodsan, girl, March 6. 'rJomes NIIsen, girl, March 6. Leo Hsorlson, girl, March 8. John Papa, girl, March 8. Walter White, girl, March 8. Lee Gerean, boy, March 9. "' Ivan Akers, girl, March 9. John White, boy, March 10. Eugene Hoffman, boy, March 10 Stephen Bugel, boy, March 11. Jay Busch, boy, March 12. Frances Dolon, boy, March 12. ' .Victor Kaperick, boy, March 13. John Kohler, girl, March 13. Robert Hagen, boy, March 13. Fan Carpenter, boy, March 14. / / I room. $16,450. SU 3-3771. iiii NURSING HOME STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State LIc. No. 69 1732-16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1 LIc.,No. 475  Ex. 2-5351 (no toll) PERSONAL WILL DO IRONING In my home. LA 5-7O50 i PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9tb Ave,:. N.,W,,. SU 3-6850 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parlsh" PA. 3-1172 i TREE TOPPING HARRY HICKS TREE TOPPING CO., Experienced. Insured. Economical. PR. 8-0754. IL , Deputy. WANTED TO RENT ALEXANDER L. CAIN     Attorney for Estate, OLDER woman would like to live In and 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. share expenses w th another Catholic Ssoffle, Wash. woman. WE 2-0284. of said Court, together with proof of hereby required to serve the same,   ,.1= such service within six months after the duly verlfled, on said executor or his  -- :;;r-mStt All Facilities on Ground Roor 1963. the date f flrst publlcatln f this ntlce' r attrneys f record at the ddress be- Date same JACQUELINE of will first bepubllcatlon barred. J. EVETT March 22nd, or the date of Clerk low 4he such stated, Ofsame of service sald first and will Court, publication within file be together the barred, slxSame Of months this with with nol'lce; proof after the . LINCOLN    %'@&t "" " ::J    .. LGYell JncJudlng Tw ChApis CONVENIENT. FARK P |NG FROVIDED SUFERVISED 1415 Josepb Vance BuildlngEXecutrlx of sold Estate. t93ot e ot first publicotlon March 1S,  Adams F0rkaer Seattle, Wash. " CARTANO, BOTZER & CHAPMAN " LOUIS L. PAROLINE By ROBERTA. O'NEILL Executor of sald Estate. M G0VI!&STORAGE = Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic Natlona Lfe 1415 Joseph Vance BUilding Buhdlng  Seattle, Wash. Seattle, Wash.  IfflJUUITN. ADAM$,OWIIEe JI'AIJlfIP' ' ,Jrlt=.;iel,eP Final 4-.63 MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO '  " 4214 UNlY'R$1TY, WAY: '. _ IMw.Jl,44Nli4VIgI Attorneys for Estate,  SU, TL LI "$11el 19I m ALEXANDER L. CAIN 563 Olympic National Life Building , = ML 2-021E v ltlvl i/iv Attorney for Estate Seattle, Wash. I Final 3-29-63 -" - --: - " -'-"----" ----- "- i " i i _ I FOR A NIW OR USED BB'S WASHER SERVl APPLIANCES i ,J CHEVROLET 3Sth udG, TACOMA GR. *9409 ! Not,c. ,s hereby g,von that Ethe, 'l Call 00RG00ST STOC00 ,l I 00i!iil; JOHN ' ' NEW ANO USED APPLIANCES :' i , I (Oay...,., II' MEMBER =___ FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY |   AR - D 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA i  l R.. : I "FLEET" t an,t, 7-3151 ATE Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service I CHEVROLET INC. --_ il 117th & BOTHELL WAY Mrk Dollier, President i 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for 1he County of Klng In the Matter of the Estate of CHRIS C. OAHL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 146092. Notice of Hearing Final Re- port and Petition for Distribution. Neylon Haberbush, admlnlstretrlx of the Estate of Chris C. Dahl, has flied in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, ask- Ing the Court to settle sold Report, dis- tribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said odminls. tratrlx; and that sold Report and petition will be heard on the 22rid day of April, t963, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of sold Court, at whlch time and place any parson inter- ested In said Estate may appear and tile oblectlons thereto and contest the some. Dated this 19 day of March, 1963. Date of first publication March 22, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By H. W. Potter F,no,- 00IlIIliilIIIIIllllllUllIIIilUUlIlulllullllUlililllUMlUlIll'00