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m II BUY WITH THEM i, ,i, RATE: 30€ Per Lines b CLASSIFIED RATE: . 30¢ PER LINE i Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE ', PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE.# SEATTLE c MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 LI" CARPET WORK i 'I ' RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ' In your home. IIAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 H, CONTRACTING DANGEROUS AND VIEW "BLOCKING. TOPPED, LIMBED AND -REMOVED. PA 5-7805; CH 3-8947. OR ROOP REPAIRING, new roofs, tjluners end downspouts, Asbestos and l l,:ompasltlon siding. Free estimates. Ouaranteeq work. Call C. R. MARCYES. :A. 4-841n 840 Poplar PlaCe YRD, BASEMENTS AN-D" T'-R ASH IGLEANUP. TREES CUT OR TOPPED. LEMEN. EA 4-1901. SAVE 30% FINEST PAINTING, PAPER HANGING. WALL PAPER DISPLAY ON HAND. GENERAL CARPENTRY AND CEMENT W,.ORK. FREE ESTIMATES. _AT.i. 3-1836 OR AT. 3-6655 ,, IIOODnENTERTAINMENT • TORTILLAS j LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 1F9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 FOR RENT SPACIOUS living, like home, large one and two bedrooms. Largo closets and storage space. Colored appliances. Disposal. Wall to wall carpels. Large tile vanity beth. Draperies. Electric heat. Large private sun and view decks. Reur parking stalls. Apartments and gardens Immaculately clean. Close to shopping, buses, schools and vicinity of Holy Family Parish. Minutes to Boo- Ing and town. From $95. 0450 Delrldge Way S.W. WE 5-0917; WE 7-8020. ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Month!y Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 l&'-S55 -- BACHELOR and 1 bedroom  pertinent. Furnished. Heated. Across Irstreet from St. Anne's. 23 West Galor. LA 2-0840. bU P L E X. 2 bedroom. Holy Rosary Parish. Full basement. Utilities. Wall to wall carpet. Off street parking. No pets. 3233 Avalon Way S.W. [BLEASANT 1 bedroom apartment In 3 year old 4 plex. Carpets, drapes, op- pllance, laundry, oil on 1 floor. Near St. Brendans. $65. PA 2.5499. SMALL CLEAN FURNISHED APART- MENT, private bath and entrance. $45. ALSO large offradlve housekeeping room, Women. =7.50. Immacult..lgon- • optl. Bus and stores. ME - • .C'J-'ROOMS. Everything furnished - eluding linen. View. Catholic Ladles. Roferences exchanged. WE 7-3927, WE 24051, i LARGE CLEAN HOUSE IN ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH SUITABLE FOR ONE LARGE FAMILY. OCCUPANCY JUNE. WRITE P.O. BOX 632, MONTESANO, WASHINGTON. F:URNISHED APARTMENT. Capitol HIIf Utilities. Laundry. One bedroom. $57.50 onth. EA 4-7656. R'N/SHED APARTMENT. 2 blocks ram St. Alphonsus. On bus line. $65. 6019 15th N.W. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eestslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE • TU 5-1378 Redmond i: HELP WANTED "m.ACHERS needed for special summer J ulgnment. Flexible hours. For Inter- ,taw, phone LA 3-8927. COMPANION to 76 year old woman. Must be practloal Catholic. Some cook- Ing and light housework. Comfortable Magnolia home. Must drive. AT 3-2091. • CONTRACTING I-A CONSTRUCTION Home Bulldlng & Repairs Cartel'Me Work, Patios, Carports , AL 5-3416 :' PREVENT FIRES WITH GOOD ELECTRIC WIRING FOR THE HOME e LOW prices; small Jobs welcome . SO, we Install gas furnaces and waTer .leotenk REED WRIGHT HEafincj & Electric Co. AT. 3-1234 MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and plpa. U.$. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis US, home-made broken choc- Fresh and fine, c per lb. Knchon, 599 Blvd. NE (lto Marshall School)'. r NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 2610 Empire Way So. PA S-2800 STUBBINGS NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" e, Private oases only. State LIc. No. 69 3.16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIe. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no to11) AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 14 hr. Registered Nursing oaro. Excellent Food.  (Wash. State Lit, No. 248) Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 WEST HAVEN " NURSING HOME In West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. WE 7-6346  WE 7-9750 . (Wash. state IIc. No. 338) SOUTH HAVEN NURSING HOME IN BURIEN individual core for all types and ages. ates you can handle. For detailed Into fnone owner. WE 7-6346--CH 3-3056. Wash. State LIc. No. 491 ; ORGANS FOR SALE LARGE ALLEN CHURCH ORGAN. T.C.3 • NEARLY NEW, TRANSISTORS, 2 ,SPEAKERS, FULLY A.G.O., guarantee, ')rtvate party, good buy. $4,995.00 SU 1-9494. i • PERSONAL ' FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED fNe hove on urgent need for temporary ter homes for Infants as well as lder children. Board rote, medloal care rd clolhlng are provided by the agency. 11 you era Interested, please call MA 3-9065 " CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES HERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fes- ,, ter Parents 1o care for newborn babes i --Please call Catholic Children's Serv. ,Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. PLUMBERS 4 PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE ' Radiant Heating . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 1501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 PROGRI':,SS PHONE: MA 2.8880--Locol 21 -:- HOMES FOR NORTH Green Lake Ranchette Orchard- Garden Spot $8,950 $0 Dn.-$65 Per Me. Why pay rent? When you can purchase this beautiful close In 5 on 1 rambler style home at this low price and tormsl Beautiful grounds and polio--- Vacant, move right Inll To steal this one, call EM 3.1400 on Ad No. 92. By Northgate Homes, 11300 Roosevelt Way. St. Catherine's 4 BEDRMS. BRICK $350 Dn Just listed. Ist time advertised. Sparkling condition Inslde & out. 4 twin size bed- rooms. Completely remodeled kitchen with Blrch cabinets. Wall to wall car- peting In living & dlnlng rooms. Full basement with modern air condlllonlng furnace. Large lot loaded with beautiful shrubbery, all fenced*in back yard for prwocy. Large patio with barbecue, Owner transferred. Immediate occu- pancy. Coil Picture Floor Plans, Inc. now to see Ad No. 2813. 7314 Aurora. LA. 4-I 130 ST. JOSEPH'S VIEW Many buyers have walled for this tre- mendous Crescent Drive locale with astronauts view. Level rear access. Beau,ifully maintained home offer 6 bedrooms (2 on main floor) 3 baths, modern kitchen. Recreation room and otner outstanding extras. For a quick appointment call Mr. Manta, EA 2-5251. MERLEN J. MOORE CO., RLTRS. 405 15th East EA 5-4000 LEASE-- OPTION N/ST. CATHERINE'S SCHOOL baN I Outstanding Value--View of Greenlakel Must see. Call Mary Bracelln, EA 3- 8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS. 1550 Olive Way EA 5.0700 ACROSS STREET CHRIST THE KING CHURCH bedroom family home. Plus one un- finished bedroom, immaculately clean. Beautiful yard. $15,500. 504 North 117th. EM 3-1548. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE $I 8,S00 Lower View Ridge 4 BEDROOMS OWNER TRANSFERRED--Must sell thls full basement home. Lovely natural setting native trees, terraced yard, small creek. Large llvlng room with fireplace, double plumblng, double ga- rage. Crawford  Conover, Jnc. 8040 35th Ave. NE LA 3-5555 SPACIOUS older home, close Holy Rosary. Excellent condition. Large lot. Many extra features. Must see Inslda to appreciate. Owner sells FHA $14,500. MIn. down (appraised $15,250). $14,000 If 20% down. WE 7-8240. LEGAL NOTICES GUIMONT & MOORE Attorneys 170'2 Smith ToWer seanlo, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of Klng. In lhe Matter of the Estate of DOLLIE E. PITTS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 176248. Notice to Credltors. Notice Is hereby glvea that the under- slgned has bean appolnted and has quall- fled as Executor of the estate of Dollle E. Pltts, Deceased; that all persons hav- Ing claims against said deceased are hereby required fo serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or his attor- neys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, tagether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 1S, 19M. JOEL E. PITTS, Executor of said Estate, 1702 Smith Tower, Seaffle, Washington GUIMONT & MOORE, By R. P. Guimont, Attorneye for Estate 1702 Smith Tower, Seattle; Washington Flnal S-29-84 KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN Aflorneys 505 Arctic Building Seattle, Washlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of CARL ZAPP, Deceased. No. 176320. Natlce to Creditors Nollce is hereby given that the under- signed has bean appointed and has quail- fled as Executrix of the above entitled estate; that all persons havlngs claims against said deceased are hereby required 1o serve the same duly verified, on said HELEN MARTIN or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such ser- vice, within slx months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 22nd, 1964. HELEN MARTIN Executrix of ald Estate 505 Arctic Building Kelley & O'Sullivan Attorneys for Estate 505 Arctic Bulldlng Seaflle, Weshlngton Flnal 6-3-64 POSITIONS WANTED PRACTICAL NURSE EXPERIENCED ALL TYPE CASES REFERENCES. HOME CARE. MA.. 2-6264 EVENINGS TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & IV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 ST. LUKE'S 3 BEDROOMS FULL BASEMENT $250 DOWN 2 FIREPLACES $15,250 We Just listed this sparkling white cedar and brick home, It Is o cinch to go In a hurry. The quality features In this home are usually only found In homes priced at $20,000. For Instance, the large ranch kltchea has full birch cabi- nets and ceramic file counters. (the electric stove goes also). The family size living room has a gorgeous brick nroplace as well as an additional fire- place In the recreation area. All 3 bedrooms are much more than ample (master 11x12 feet). Charming bath with vanity, ceramic tile counters and tub enclosure. Sewers are In, paid for and hooked up. Walk to shopping, city bus and elementary schools. Immediate possession can be arranged. Hurry on ad no. 3272. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC., 13300 Bothell Way N.W. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM. 4-1180 HALF BLOCK OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Four bedrooms. Triple plumbing. Full basement. Recreation room. Fenced yard Double garage. Dog kennel. $26,500 LA 4-1867. IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT i-mlsheq homes ready 1o move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open golly |0 a.m. 'tll 9 at night. Call Pres- tige Homes, Inc., SH 6-9221. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HUME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY 5U 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 ST. CATHERINE'S Six bedrooms, full basement, gas heat. Two baths, double garage. Large fenced lot. Fruit trees. Two blocks church, school, stores. $21,000--.Owner. SU 2-5365. DUPLEX--ST. ANNE'S TWO 2-bedroom units. W/W carpets in main floor unit. Rongas and refriger- ators. Separate utilities. 2 blocks St. Ahno'e. $16,500 call Mr. Garrison eve- nings AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11V= BOSTON AT 3-5511 FOUR BEDROOM OLDER HOME, 10 feet Lake Burton waterfront, close to St. Francis, Seahurst, shopping, bus, and new Kennedy High School. Dead- end street. Lovely neighborhood. $12,500. WE 7-3480 days or CH 3-4480 evenings. EDMONDS OWNER Offers 8 room house, 3 years new, fenced yard, convenient, attractive and near site of new Catholic School. Under $17,000-- PR 6-1720. CHRIST THE KING BROADVIEW Large well built house, lot, to offer Ideal family living In area close to schools, shopping, bus line and Corkeek Pork. Sweeping view of Sound and Mountains, from sundeck of this S bedroom home with daylight basement, recreation room, 3 baths, and dining area besides eating space In cheerful kitchen. Come and see to appreciate outstanding values for storage convealeace and up- keep, for modern living. 200 N.W. 110f EM 3-7817. LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for fho County of King. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. ROBERT G. BENSON and SHARON A. BENSON, his wife, Defendants. No. 618789 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: SHARON A. BENSON, Defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to aplar within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days attar the 24th day of April, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and the above entitled cause and answer the oamplalnt of the plaintiff and serve o copy of your an- swer, upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office as below stated; and In case of your failure so =o do. a Judgment will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this action Is to foreclose a mortgage upon real estate In King County, Washington, descrtbed as: Lot 1, Mldlake Lane, according to plat recorded In Volume 67 of Plots, page 91, records of King County, WashingTon; and fo obtain a decree eliminating any redemption rights of the defendants or, In the alternative, to obtain a deficiency ludgment for the balance due on the )rom,ssary note secured by eald mort- 3aga and for the other and usual Inci- dents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. First publleatlon 4-24-64. ROBERT H. LAMB, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, Address: 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington 98104 Final 5.2-64 ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attornoy for Estate 918 Jot,. Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR• COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of LESTER F. BORST, Deceased. In Probate. No.! 168,898. Notice of Hearing Final Repoltl and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that BIRDIE BORST, admlnlstratrlx of the Estate of Leste= F. Borst has filed In the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Re- port one petition for distribution, asking rhe Court to settle said Report, dlelrlbute the property to the persons thereto en- titled and to discharge said odmlnlstra- trlx; and that said tcepert and petition will be heard on the Sth day of June, 1964, at 9:30 A. M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person In- terested In said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this Sth day of May, 1964. Date of first publication May 0tb, 1964. WALTER W. RENCHLER, Clerk of said Court. By H. W. POTTER, Deputy. ALEXANDER L CAIN, Attorney for Estate, 918 JoB. Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. Final 5-22-64 SELL WITH THEM CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday SALE Green Lk ST. JOHN'S FULL BASEMENT STREETS -- SEWERS -- SIDEWALKS PAVED ALLEY-- FENCED A REAL JEWEL $12,500--0 DN. This lovely well-kept home Is for the retired couple or newlyweds. Golden oak floors. Nice living room with fire- place. Dining room, tile bath. All plas- tered. Yes, you can park In alley and walk straight to house. Don't hesitate call now on od No. 123. BENTON'S REALTY, INC. LA 2-7800 10512 AURORA VACANT PRESTIGE$200 DN! DON'T WAIT to move Into o top, North- east CITY district--Just because you are short of cashl On the slrength of of your GOOD JOB, you can take over this Gorgeous 3 bedroom home NEAR WINDERMERE--2 full baths, full bose- ment, garage. 83x107 groundsl Nothing like It at $13,9501 Mutual Realty, Inc., 4728 University Way, LA 4-1776, Ad 191. ST. EDWARD'S 4 bedroom newer home. One block to bus, shops and school. Fireplace. Bar- B-Q. Recreation room. Workshop. $21,- 500. Plus extra lot ave:labia. YES[ WE MAKE TRADES CALL ED EDWARDS (MEMBER ST. EDWARDS) GENESEE INC. PA 2-4050 OPEN SUNDAY 6202- 36+h N.E. 4 BDRMS. FULL BRICK $17,950 THREE blocks to Assumption church and school with Lake View. Double plumb- Ing. Full basement. Spatlessl Carpets and draperies Included. A real bargalnl Call Pat Hentschell (mem. Our Lady of the Lake). HILCREST REALTY LA. 4-5010 3 BEDROOM HOME FOR SALE. Corner fenced level lot. Close to schools, buses and shopping. $14,500. 7703 30th Ave. S.W. WE 5.7347. ST. CATHERINE'S, NORTHGATE AREA ST. JOSEPH'S Walking distance tO Blanchet High. PARISH i Modernized older home plus new de- luxe 2nd complete 1 bedroom home EXCELLENT. 4 bedroom Colonial In o L on some property. Beautifully land- most convcnleat area. Close to church I scaped yard. Large cement area and and school. Call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2- I covered patio. LA 3.13511 days; LA 2- 2710 or LA 2-5626. 4493 evenings. $29,750. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 2 BEDROOMS  Jot and one-half. 4 3017 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626j blacks to Holy Rosary. New Birch kitchen, ceramic tile bathroom. Perlm- BY OWNER I eter heating. Full basement. S1200. HOLY ROSARY PARISH WE 7-3245. Exce ent condton. Hot brck 2 bedroom1 VIEWRIDGE--CAPE COD home. Fireplace. Dining 'L' kitchen !_ _ . SWE.EPING VIEW • ath Ful a oeorooms z OaThS carpeTed I vlng and with breakfast bar. TI b . . , , hnennf, nf wl.h workshon Icauld bel dining rooms. Kitchen with built In flnsh"for'"3rd bedromL" attached] oven and dishwasher. Fully finished n ba k ord TO mahogany pane ed and tile basement garage. Fully fe cad c y . P D " residential area. Dead end street. $17,- eCK ana polio. Double garage on 250 WE 7-5823 alley. Boot storage. $20,500. Owner. .......... [ LA 2-1203. ST PHILOMENA'S FJvEE--I ---- _ _' ...... 1 dreams, 3 baths, 2 fireplaces. uy owner, uelow appraisal. J uearooms. I 04N . t a, =,  ,,  ** I ..... "t ........... .,..... .om..,.any 1 baths. Finished daylight basement "1 buflt in extras. $400 will assume our Dishwasher. TR 8-7416. I loan. By owner. PR 8.1483. INVESTMENT PROPERTY ST. JOHN.S J In Memoriam J Friday, 22, 19600 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. Marion (Louis) Es- terman, O.S.B., died May 22, 1957. Anacortes LeMAISTER, Charles B., 83, died May 13. Requiem May 16, St. Mary Church. Burial Grandvlew Cemetery. Lived in Anacortes past 44 years. Sur- vivors: wife, Eva; two daughters, Mrs. Dewey McFadden, Anacortes, and Mrs. Lesfer Morgan, Tacoma; two sons Clyde, Anacortes, and Gene, Cash- mere; sister, Mrs. Juanlta Culbane, Kent; two brolhers, Norman Mllchelh Clallam Bay, and Ted Mitchell, Nah- gotto; 10 grandchildren and 14 great- grondchl dren. Brysan Funeral Home. Auburn BERGEN, Frederick George Van, 2, years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert H. Bergen, died May 17. Mass of the Angels May 20, Holy Family Church. Burial Auburn Cemetery. Born in Au- burn. Survivors In adddlon to his par- entS Include three sisters, Carleen, Cyn- thla and Celeste, and a brother, Cur- tls, all at home; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Bull, Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Embem, Seattle. Price Funeral Chapel. Unobstructed Kent Valley View. BeautlfuliAvallabl € July. 5 bedrooms. Plus sewing landscaping. 2 extra view lots. Work- t room. Large dining and living room shop, greenhouse. 4 or 5 bedrooml with fireplace. Ceramic file kitchen. home. 2 baths. Large kitchen. Break-t Formica both. Level lot. Close to every- fast bar. Wall to wall oarpellng. Fire- I thing. $t6,750. SU 2-9392. p ace. S ate entry Red ant heat Daub e I ----¢:-/'EB-V--w---- garage. Full daylight basement sult-; WA'LT('N61S,IICE able for renting. St. Anthony's. $24,500 to --BA 6-3359. ' NEW ST. VINCENTS V ACRE, FRUIT TREES i5 bedroom rambler. Half acre. $21,000-- bedrooms. Basement. Double garage, i VE 9-1714. I 4 blocks to St. Francis. V2 block bus, -[(3EY FA'-MIL'Y'-P'[S-It to city. $17,800 FHA-- CH 2-t646. 4 BEDRM E $ er  : WEST SEATTLE Ore.; step.son, Albert Lehner, Ridge- field; two daughters, Mrs. Grace San- 0 DOWN I ders and Miss Mary Lehner, both SAVEhedHE1R200__ gnlaue CbelraomD -- wn s r f 'Got our she $ I0.S00 Rldgefleld; step.daughter, Mrs. Eliza- ta pe:'2;drownn BO0:sN:°'t:N'e, rambler  Doubl: allJmblna -- rec- Y re of "chllluns" but not' beth Hortmon, Everett; t4 grandchil- dren and f I v o great.grandchildren. enough dough? Then see this big 4[ Layne's Funeral Home. bdrm. family home. We can get yourl homo free If you're willing to put In J Seattle a little work. Home is very dean andJ ALVERS, Mrs. Edward (Daisy), 66, livable with all street Improvements In 308 E, Republican St., died May 16. and paid. Pay only $85.00 per month Requiem May 21, St. Alphensus Church. I and take the landlord off your pay- Born In England, Came here 47 years 1 roll. Coil CH 3-1550. ago. Survivors: husband; son, Thomas LEGAL NOTICES South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 1st Ave. S. Legion Condemns Three Movies NEW YORK (NC)--Three of the new crop of movies have been evaluated in the Class C (condemned) category by the National Legion of Decency. "The Christine Keeler Affair," distributed by Gold Produc- tions Ltd., Inc., brought the following objection from the legion: "This film is an un- scrupulous and completely ir- responsible exploitation of a contemporary sex scandal de- void of any redeeming social value." "Image of Love," a Raab and Stoumen production, drew the following objection: "Pur- porting to be the history of the changing love image through the ages, this film combinBs accepted classical art and por- nography in such a way that it frequently becomes an ob- scure display of sex. The legion objected to "Weekend," a Danish produc- tion distributed by 3erome Balsam Films, on the follow- ing grounds: "Although an ef- fort at a serious portrayal of the emptiness of a segment of Danish middle-class society, this film, in treatment, exploits sexual perversity, sometimes to a point of pornography," LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ROY R. JONES, o/k/a R. R. Jones, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175169. NOTICE OF SALE. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Administrator of the above entitled estate will sell, at private sale, the following described real estate, sltuated In King County, Washington, commonly known as 3221 South 140th, Seattle, King County, Washington, to-wit: Lots I, 2, 8, 9, Adams Home Tracts, Block 1, 1st Addition, less portion tar street, together with the household furnishings and equipment located therein, and that said sale will be held at the address below stated, on or after the 12th day of June, 1964['=he sale will be made to the highest bidder, for cash or suitable terms, subled to confirma- tion by the court, and all bids shall be suhmltted In writing. Dated this 12th day of May, 1964. First Publication 5-15-64. R. P. GUIMONT, Admlnlslralor, 1702 Smith Tower, ! Seattle, Washington 98104 Final -29-64 i Final S-22-64 Bellevue GEBBIE, Robert, 70, 126 107th S.E., died May 18. Requiem May 21 Sacred Heart Church. Survivors: wife, Mar- garet; son, Robert E., Seattle. Green's Funeral Home. Bremerton BUHER, Mrs. Burton R. (Anna C.), 65, of Condon, Ore., died May 11. Re- quiem Mass in Condom Burial Holy- rood, Seattle. Born in New Jersey. Re- sided m Issaquah, Bremerton and Se- attle before moving to Condon six years ago. Survivors: five sons, Donald, Bremorton; Harold R., Whidbey Is- land; Martin R. and David W., Seat- tle, and John, Tacoma; four daughters, Mrs. Helen Nays, Condon; Elizabeth P. Webb, Seattle; Dorolhy A. O'Brlen, Ketchlkan, Alaska, and Patrlcla Rut- ledge, Portland; brother, M i c h a • I Babik, Seattle, and slsler, Susan Swan- son, Issaquah; 22 grandchildren. Cenfralia RISSE, Henry J., 6S, died May 17. Requiem May 20, St. Mary Church. Burial Calvary, Olympia. Born near Tenlno. Long-time resident of Long Lake area. Lived In Centralla a year. Was logging contractor for many years, retiring In 1954. World War II veteran. Survivors: sister, Miss' Dorothy K. Rlsse, Centrolia; two brothers, Wil- liam H., Rochester, and George T., Tacoma. Stlckin Funeral Chapel. EvereH' DRAGOVlCH, Dick, 81, of 2601 Grand Ave., died May 18. Requiem May 21, Immaculate Conception Church. En- tombment Evergreen Mausoleum. Born In Velaluka, Yugoslavia. Resided in Everoff post 30 years. Survivors: bro- ther, Vlnce Drogolevlch, and cousin, Joe Drogovlch, both af Evereff, and relatives In Yugoslavia and South America. Cossldy Funeral Home. i Ridefield LEHNER, Mrs. Grace, 08, of Route 1, died May 18. Requiem May 21, St. Mary Church, Pioneer. Interment West Pioneer Cemetery. Born In Germany. Lived In Ridgefield since 1907. Surviv- ors: five sons, MIchael, Joseph and Herman Lehner, all Rldgefield; John, Battle Ground, and William, Ssaslde, E., Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Frank Wolff, Seattle, and Mrs. Madge Thorpe, Detroit; brother, Joseph Jones, Detroit. Wlggen and Sons Funeral Home. CURRIN, Mrs. Ellen, 73, 818 20th Ave., died May 16. Requiem May 19, Church of the Immaculate. Burial Cal- vary. Born in Vancouver, Wash. Came here in 1908. Survivors: nieces, Mrs. Arthur B. Sylte and Mrs. Oral Pointer, both Seattle, and nephew, John D. Lincoln, Alameda, Calif. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. ELLEFSON, Mrs. Maria Ann, 72, 2301 N. 65th St., died May 16. Requiem May 20, St. Benedict Church. Burial Holyrood. Member of Catbellc Daugh- ters of America, Altar Society and Dr. Sharpfes Guild of Children's Orthopedic Hospital. Survivors: sons, John W., Edmonds, and Byron L., Seaflle; brothers, James and Lay M. Lutes, beth Seattle; six grandchildren. Hof- fner's Flsher-Kaltus Funeral Home. GALLAGHER, Mrs. Mary Ann, 88, died May 13. Redulem May 16, Blessed Sacrament Church. Burial Calvary. Born In County Donegal, Ireland. Came here In 1912. Member of the Third Order of St. Francis. Survivors: sons, State Son. Michael P., Patrick M. and James W., o1! Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Birdie Keller, Seattle; one grandchild. Booth- Ashmore Funeral Home. HOOAN, Mrs. Eugene E. (Margorel), 79, 4811 S. 124th St., died May 17. Re- quiem May 20, St. Anthony Church, Renton. Born in Nova Scollo. Came here In 1887. Survivors: husband; sons, Gone, Leonard and Donald, all Seattle; daughters, Mrs. Myrtle TruesdoII, Mrs. Arnold Manning, Mrs. Irene Nelson and Mrs. Cecil Baldwin, all SeetHe, and Mrs. Ky Fox, Kent; 21 grandchil- dren and 31 great.grandchildren. Mann-. In0 & Sons Funeral Home. IMMEL, Paul J., 67, 6727 42nd Ave. S.W, dad May 17. Requiem May, 19, Our Lady of Guodalupe Church. Burial San Francisco. Born In Helena, Mont. Came here In 1930. Member of Holy Name Society, Puget Sound Group of Northwest Pointers, Northwest Color Society, and Military Order of the World War. Survivors: wife, Alma; sons, John, San Fronclsoa, and Ivan, Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Ruth Lantz, Seattle. Yorlngtan's White Center Fu- neral Home. LINES, Mrs. Robolt (Maria), 70, 430 18th Ave. E., died May 11. Re- qulem May 16 St. Joseph Church. Burial Holyrned. Born In Chicago. Came here 45 years ago. Member of Third Order of St. Dominic and the Ladles Sodality. Survivors: husband; sons, Robert L., Seattle; Charles W., New Orleans, La., and Richard, Ed- monds; brother, Robert W. Beck, Se- attle; 11 grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. Births LONGVlEW -- St. John's Hospital reports the fallowing births to Mr. and Mrs.: Milford M. Brockmoller, girl, May 12. Floyd W. Prltchett, boy, May 12. Stanley W. Peerbeom, boy, May 13. James C. Mahlta, girl, May 14. SEATTLE--Providence Hospital re- ports the following bllths to Mr. and Mrs.: Francis Dugon Jr., glrh May 11. Rome Galvagno, glr'l, May It. Glenn Gott, boy, May 11. Harley Heoly, glrl, May 12. Gerald Hottlch, boy, May 12. Walter Laundry, glrl, May 12. Arn^ld I.orvlck, girl, May 12. Victor abateD, girl, May 12. Ruy Reno, boy, May 12. Wayne Schoonmaker, boy, May 12. Thomas Brown, bey, May 13. John Durbln, boy, May 13. Dnvld Peters, boy, May 13. Allen Wolfe, girl, May 13. John Augustovo, hay, May 14. Dnvld Dalrymple, boy, May 14. John Vornbrock, nlrl, httnV 4. Hugh McClean, boy, May 1S. Richard Post, boy, MUy 1.. Maurlco Sullivan, girl, May IS. Marvin Maine, girl, May 16. KANE & SPELLMAN Afforneys 907 Arctic Building Souffle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of RAY- MOND CLIFFORD PARR, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169998. Notice to Creditors. NoNce Is hereby given that the under-' IIgned has been appolnted and has qua11- fled as Admlnlstrator of the Estate of RAYMOND CLIFFORD PARR, Deceased; that al persons havlng clalms against sold deceased are hereby required to eeryo the same duly verifled, on sold Admlnlstrafor or hls attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk of sald Court, to- gether wlth proof of such servlce wlthln slx months after the date of first publl- cation of thls notice, or the same wlll be be r'red. Date of first publlcaflon May 15, 1964. JOSEPH S. KANE, Administrator of said Estate, 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washlngton KANE & SPELLMAN, Attorneys for Estate, 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, Washington Final 5-29-64 GERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY Attorneys for Estate &55 Olympic National Life Bldg. Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the" County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ROSE MARIE GARDNER, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 176317. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of ROSE MARIE GARDNER, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the some duty verified, on said Executor or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months otter the date of first publloation of this notice, or the same will be barred. CHARLES V. GARDNER, Executor of said Estate, 655 Olympic Not. Life Bldg., Seattle, Washlrlgton GERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY, Attorneys for Estate, 655 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Washington Flnal 5-29.64 J. EDMUND QUIGLEY Attorney • 90S Norton Bldg. Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In 1he Matter of the Estate of HELEN T. OLIVER, Deceased. in Probate. No. 173798. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby glvea that the under. signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of Helen T. Oliver, Deceased; that all persons bavlng claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or her attor- ney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months otter the date of first publleallon of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 1S, 1964. LEO McCULLOUGH, Executor of said Estate, 905 Norton Bldg., Sealtle, Washington J. EDMUND QUIGLEY, Attorney for Estate, 905 Norton Bldg., Seattle, Washington Seattle LYONS, MIss Anna, 77, died May 16 In Portland. Requiem May 20, Church of the Assumption. Burlal Calvary. Born here. Moved to Boring, Ore., seven years ago. She IS survived by a sister, Mrs. Morguret Gibbons, Port- land. McCARTHY, Mrs. SuSan, 80, 1606 Nob Hill Ave. N., died May 17. Re- quiem May 20, St. Anne Church. Bur.. Iol Holyrood. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Russell G. Ryan, Mrs. Charles D. Lavonl, Mrs. Raphael J. O'Hearn and Mrs. William J. Walsh, all Soottle and Mrs. John F. Moriorty, Van Nuys, Calif.; son, Donald D., Baltimore, Md.; 31 grandchildren and 23 great-grand- children. Mannlng & Sons Funeral Home. McGINLEY, Mrs. EI$11 73, 3424 N.W. 65fh St., died May 18. Requiem May 22 St. Alphonsas Church. Burial Calvary. Born here. Member of the Altar Sociely. Survivors: huslxInd James J.; daughters, Mrs. F. Melton Roll, Mrs. J. Fred Zumdleck and Mr Richard B. Damon; son, James D.! sisters, Mrs. Carrie Gear/ and Mrs. Anna McKInney, all Seattle; brothers, Charles Anderson, Yelmo and Emil An- derson, Olympia; 12 grnndchildrenand two great-grandchildren. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. MIORI, Mrs. Maria Catherine, 79, 2013 291h Ave. S., died May 14. Re- qulem May 18, Mt. Vlrgln Church. Entombment Holyrood Mausoleum. Born In Santa Fe, N. M. Came here at tha age of 15. Survlvors: daughler, Mrs, ROy Strehlo, Seattle; sons, George N. and John both Seattle, and Joseph, Kent; 14 grandchildren and 14 greot. grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. THE PROGRESS ..... 't Tacoma O'BRIEN, Daniel W., 78, of 4108 N 34th St., died May 17. Requiem am services In St. PouI, MJnn. Born in tl. Paul. Lived In Tacoma post 12 year. Was retired bookbinder and member of Holy Name Society. Survivors: daugh- ter, Mrs. Katherine Paukert, Tacoma; son, Daniel W., St. Paul; brother, Charles, Washington, D.C; six grand- children and two great.grandchildren. Gaffney Funeral Home. POPE, Lee G., 51, of 1436 S. 57th St., died May 13. Requiem May 16, St. Ann Church. Burtal Calvary. Born in Palmer, Okla. Lived in Tacoma area 24 years. Was rnestor plumber and owner of Union Plumbing Co. Was member of Tacoma Elks Lodge and eeveral professional organizations. Sur- vivors: wife, Helen; son, Robert Lcc, and two daughters, Mrs. Brenda Lee Flck and Mrs. Margaret Sue Taylor, all of Tacoma; mother, Mrs. Jessie Pope, KIngsburg, Calif.; four brothers, Louis, Sallnas, Calif.; Earl, Yuma, Ariz.; Robert, Vla]la, Calif.; and Carl, Klngsburg; sister, Mrs. Ruby Harmon, Sacramento, CaUf.; four grandchildren. Goftnsy Funeral Home. Vancouver LAWLER. Mm. Johll D. (Mary Edith), 45, of 4207 Oregon Drive, died May 15. Requiem May 20, St. Joseph Church. Interment WIIIdmetto Notional Ceme- tery. Born in Manila, Philippine Is- lands. Survivors: husband; daughter, Miss Beatrice L., Eugene, era.; three brothers, Sam Hughes, Eugene; Fred E. Hughes, Vancouver, Wash., and James L, Hughes, Battle Creek, Mlch,; three sisters, Mrs. Howard Ragan, Florence, Oro.; Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Eugene, and Mrs. Frank Corneff, LaB Vegas. Vancouver Funerlll Chapel O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacrRments, Gnd the fresh fragrEnce of Thy consolEdom. Let the absolving worda be said over me, and the holy oil sign and sei me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my spr;nkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own de=r pGtrong smile on me, that in and through them Ell I may dle as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen.-- PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle NOGALES, Manuel, 79, 7345 43rd Ave. S., died May 16. Requiem Moss May 19, St. George Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Spain. Came here 47 years ago. Survivors: wife, Antonia; daughters, Mrs. Jay Gould, Mrs. Don- ald Bales, Mrs. Earl Johnson, Mrs. Richard CraBby and Mrs, Delores An- derson, all Seattle; sons, Manuel L. and Anthony' C., both Seaflle, and Thomas, Marysville; 26 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. George- town Funeral Home. O'FLAHERTY, Mrs. Lucy, 88, 252S Minor Ave. E., died May 17. Requiem May 20, Our Lady of Guodolupa Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Se- dalla, Me. Come here 82 years ago. Survivors: sons, John, Seattle, and Paul, Beleveder, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. WIIlicm McKenzle, Monroe, and Mrs. Walter Todd, Ontario, Canada; five grandchildren and eight great-grand- children. Manning & Sons Funeral Home. ROMEI, Carlo, 70, died May 16. Re- quiem May 19, Our Lady of Mt. Vir- gin Church. Burial Calvary. Born in Lucca, Italy. Came here in 1919. Mem- ber of Holy Name Society. Survivors.* wife, Maria; son, Carl, Edmonds; daughters, Mrs. alga M. Ericson and Esther R. Romei, both Seattle; and Sister M. Imelda, O.P., Bakorsfleld, Callf.; sister, Mrs. Eletta Ross1, High- wood, 1114 three brothers end two sisters In Italy, and six grandchildren. Columbia Funeral Home. SEARS, Willard B., 61,  Fifth Ave. W., died May 12, Requiem May 16, St. Anne Church. Burial Holyrood. Born here. Member of Holy Name Society and Teamsters' Union. Sur. vlvors: wife, Ruth A.; sons, John B., Seattle, and Robert A., Mallbu, Callf.; mother, Mrs. Helen Soars, Seattle; falher, John A. Sears, Everett; sister, Mrs. Grace Sieves, Seattle, and six grandchildren. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Funeral Home. Suquamish THOMPSON, Mrs. Charles (Hattie P.), 77, died May 10. Requiem May 14, St. Peter Church. Burial Suquamlsh Cemetery. Born in Harper. Resided in Suquamlsh 60 years. She Is survived bY her husband. Poulsbo Mortuary. Tacoma CAVELTI, Frederick L., 41, of 7040 S. Oakos St., died May 18. RequMm May 21, Church of the Visitation. Bur- Ial Calvary. Born In erring. Lived In Tacoma last 40 years. Owned Fred's OII Service and was o member at Swiss Society and Teamsters Local. Survivors: wife, Marie; daughter, Kathleea Marie, and two sons, Fred MIcbael and Patrick John, beth (It home; mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Coveltl, Tacoma; two sisters, MIss Louise CO- vettl, Tacoma, and Mrs. Elizabeth Kiloy, Ohio; grandmother, Mrs. Maria Tresch, Tacoma. Piper Funeral Home. CROSSON, Mrs. William A. (Joan M.), 33, of 2210 S. 17th St., died May 10. Requiem May 14, St. Leo Church. Burial Mountain View. Born In Wash- ington, D. C. Came to Tacoma In 1961. Was member of Sodality. Survivors: husband; two sons, WlUlom A. III and Michel E., and two daughters, Joanna R. and Joyce M., all of Tacoma; par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin E. Brlsoae; two brothers, LeRoy and Gilbert Brls. cae, and four sisters, Mrs. Jean West, Mrs. Elaine Carter, Mrs. Marlene Whltlock and Mrs. Sheila Adams, oil of Washington, D.C. Mountain View Fune- ral Home. GIOVANNINh Alberto, 72, of 7045 S. Montgomery St., died May 14. Requiem high Mass May 18, VisltaNon Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Lived In Tacoma 55 years. Was retired custo- dian for Mndlgan General Hespltah Member of Sons of Italy and Clrlsto- pher Columhus Society. Survivors: wife, Maria; son, Carlo, and daughter, Mrs. Don aline, both of Tacoma; two siS- ters In Italy and seven grandchildren. Piper Funeral Home. HECKARD, Edward M. (Her.k), 80, of 20S Ton-A-Won-Da N.E., Browns Point, died May 14. Requiem May lg, St. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. Born tn Lee's Summit, Me. Lived In Tacoma area 40 years. Was retired owner of eleclrlc equipment nrm. Sur- vivors: three nephews, John and Rob- ed Heckard, Tacoma, and WllUam Heckard, Alder; sister-In-law, Mrs. J. Heekard, Tacoma. Gaffney Funeral Home. Washougal HAAG, Mrs. Raymond-(Jln Eliza- beth), 23, died MaY 12. Requiem May 1S, St. Thomas Church. Burial Weshou- got Memorial Cemetery. Born In Van- €ouvor. Lived In Washougal area all her lifo. Was member of Beta Jr. Women's Club and Catholic Daughters. Survivors: husband; two daughters, Norma and Rhonda; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Williams; brother, Thom- as Williams, and sister, Barbara Wil. Ilams, all of Washougal. $1oller Me- merlal Chapel. , HAAG, Warren John, six months, died MaY 12. Requiem May 15, St. Thomas Church. Burial Washougal Me- morial Cemetery. Born in Vancouver. Survivors: father, Raymond Haag; two Sisters, Norma and Rhonda; grondpar. ants, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Williams and Mr, and Mrs, Howard Haag, all of Washougal. Stoller Memorial Chapel. Priests Offer Requiem Mass For Brother Solemn requiem Mass was offered May 21 at Holy Rosary Church for Lawrence F. Mc- Hugh, 50, of 1908 46th Ave. S. W., who died May 16. Officers of the Mass, all brothers of Mr. McHugh, were Rev. Edward McHugh, O.M.I., of Moxee City, cele- brant; Rev. Francis McHugh, O.M.l., Ef St. Benedict Par- ish, Seattle, deacoa, a.d Rev. William McHugh, O.M.I., o[ San FErnand0, Eub-dsac0n. A retired merchant marine officer, Mr. McHugh WBS a member of the Master Mates and Pilots Union and the Holy Name Society. Additional survivors include four other brothers, P. Bench and Charles, both Seattle; D. Patrick, Olympia, and Gerald, Concord, Calif.; End two sisters, Sister M a r y Eileen Ann, S.N.3.M., of Holy Names Academy, and Miss Eileen Mc- Hugh, both Seattle. Burial was at Calvary Ceme- tery, under direction of HDf- fner's Fisher - Kalfus Funeral Home. Former HNA Superior Dies In Canada Word has been received here of the death of Sister M. Louis de Gonzague, S.N.3.M., recent- ly at the Motherhouse of the Sisters Df the Holy Names in Montreal, Canada. Sister had been superior at Holy Names Academy, Seattle, from ]917 to 1923. Requiem Mass in the Mother- house chapel and burial were April 7. At one time, Sister was pro- vincial superior of four Cana- dian provinces. Adams €ONVlNIENT, SUPERVISED