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Says, Film Distributors Are ,nlurlng Themselv.=s The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS, 907 Terry Ave. MotionDENVER'pictureCOLO'--distributors(NC)are-- "committing mayhem on them- MA 2 8880 Extension 61 selves" through objectionBble m II film advertising, a National Le- gion of Decency official de- RATE 30 PER I-[NE CLOSING TIME4 P.M., WEDNEs-D-A-Y clared here. Msgr. Thomas F, Little, exe- cutive secretary of the agency, MINIMUM CHARGE: ...... Isaid there is "tremendous re- $1 m3 Lines HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE 'sentment on the part of the pub- Forms Close Wednesday, 4p.m. PH3NE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 07 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-88B0 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Amazing new liquid plastic coating used on nil types of surfaces irderior or exterior. Eliminates waxing when ap- plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furni- ture. Completely eliminoles painting when appJled 1c Wood, Metal or Con- crete surfaces. This finish is else re- commanded for boots and automobiles. NO COMPETITION these are exclusive formulas in de* by all businesses, industry and homes. No fronchlsa fee. Minimum In- vestment- $300. Maximum investment --$7,000. fnveslment Is secured by in- ventory. Factory trained personnel will help set up your business. For complete detalfs and descriptive literature write: CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. 1828 Locust St. Louis 3, Me. CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA 5-5450 CHILD'S CAMP OPEN HOUSE MAY 31ST -- 1 TO 5 PM JEN-AB DUDE RANCH for boys and gtrls; heated pool. GRANITE FALLS, OWen 1-3831 or Seattle, LA 2-5067. CONTRACTING m SERVICES Roof Repairing, now roofs, gutters, downspouts, asbestos and composl- siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed #ark. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4-8481. Interior--Exterior Remodeling COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE INSURED . . . REFERENCES "0" Down, 5 Years To Pay HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. 3948 S. Mead PA 2-4463 TOPPED, token down and re- Earl LeClalr, PA 5-7805 or Lee Trudeau, CH 3-8947. FOR RENT FRE=. RENT TILL JUNE 15TH Furnished or unfurnished spacious cor- ner apartments mstudlo or 1-bedroom. Close to Immaculate Concepflon--Pravl- deac] Hospital. Well-to-wall carpets, 2-door refrigerators, over-range hoods. Utilities furnished. Garages. $69.50 up. __ EA 5-1008 or EA 4-4115. -D -2-blr'o'o-m--Epa r t m e n t. Large iv/ngroom, kitchen with eating space, '"*- ,-Iots of closets, nice bathroom. Choice of main or second floor. 2157 7th Ave. W. (Corner McGraw) AT. 3-3961. ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weaklyt Monthly Rates. One*half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 OFFICE SPACE .available. Suitable for general practitioner of medicine; pre- fer Catholic. Northeast Clinic, 6850 35th N LA4-5579. GRANADA APTS. -- Cleon, quiet, rea- sonable, everything furnished. Across Leo's Catholic Church, 1224 So. Yakl- Tacoma. RNISHED APARTMENT--3 b! 2 fireplaces, formal dining room, pooL 5220 Includes utilities. See at 627 14th Ave. E. Evenings, EA 5-9614. TWO-ROOM furnished apartment, $40. Sharn bath. Close to downtown bus- line. EA 4-5238. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE 5-1378 Redmond HELP WANTED HELP THE EXTENSION LAY VOLUN- TEERS. The Catholic Church Extension Society wants representatives to sell Extension Magazine. Local territosy Oregon, Washlnglon end Montane. Start- Ing salary, fr nge beneflls Write P.Or Box 6426, Tigord, Ore. Phone ME 9-2214. I MIDDLE-AGED lady wants elderly lady to come and live in my own private home end share the comfort and ex- of my home. Invalid lady would Misc. FOR SALE Graduation Gifts New and Used Typewriters ALL PRICE RANGESmTERMS EA. 2-4544 TI-FA TYPEWRITER CO. 1811 E. Olive Way (Off Broadway) I DOUBLE BED I SET BUNK BEDS EVENINGS CALL LA 2-0262 MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 METSKER MAPS Seattle--Tacoma--Portland CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything In the Map Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES DELICIOUS, home-made broken choco- lates, fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (Opposite Marshall School). NURSING HOME b-,,,,,, LAKE VUE MANOR tlonolly accredited for intensive care . Personalized rehabilitative care n a worm congenial atmosphere. State opt. of Health LIc. 446. VA 2-7777--VA 2-6311 6505 Lnkevlew Dr. Klrklanc AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. 5tats LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. D WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated Nationally accredlled for intensive care, LIc. No. 475- EX 2-5351 (no toll) PERSONAL 23A Acres FARM CLOSE IN BARN 2 BATHS $13,950 Dutch Colonial Gentlemen farmers dream come true. Good solid older home located on a fenced and cross fenced frock. 2-car garage, corral and barn. Raise a horse, a garden or Jusl a good investment. Just one so be quick. Call EM 4-1180 to see ad No. 15G. Picture Fiaor Plans Inc., 13300 Bothell Way N.E. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-1180 SACRIFICE SALE EAST HILL--KENT Trl-level, brick front, 4-bedroom home In top condition. IA baths, built-in double oven, range, refrigerator and dish- washer; large recreation room with abundance of play area; generous patio --entrance by sliding doors from dining el. This home features an all.birch kitchen with abundance of closets and storage space throughout, Paved streats sewers and natural gas. Two-car gar- age. Washer, dryer, drapes Included. An outstanding buy reduced for a quick sale to $19,750--FHA or conven- lionel. DALPAY & ASSOCIATES 307 Fourth Ave., Renton BA. 6-6363 AL. 5-7349 4 BEDROOMS REDUCED $1,000 And located In ever fashionable Nor- mandy Pork Highlands. Nestled on a 100' x 120 fenced and landscaped lot, this full basement home Is ideal for the growing family. Beach rights, shorl wolklng distance to public and Parochial Schools and the Gregory-Seohurst Pool. This is a steal at $20,750. $950 down FHA terms. H 3-5757. YEAKEL REALTY 15605 1ST AVE. SO. .ASSUMPTION PARISH 5 BDRMS.--3 BATHS BY OWNER Bigger than It looks. Close to schools end bus, 2 bedrooms end bath up; 1 bed- room, both, birch kllchen with dish- washer, family-size saparate breakfast, dining, recreation end living rooms on first floor; 2 bedrooms end bath In full daylight basement. Wall-to-wall carpet, lots of built- ins, detached garage. $18,500. LA 2-7654. NOTHING DOWN $133 MO. OWNER PAYS BUYING COSTS 3 bdrm., range, washer, well-wall car- pets and drabes thruout. Flowers, shrubs galore. A Cnpe Cod rambler lo- cated on quiet dead-end street. Walk Clyde Hill and Sacred Heart Schools. PHELPS $18,950 BELLEVUE GL 4-9482 EVE. SH 6-4514 HOME + RENTAL $19,95o Young 2 bdrm. beet. rambler. EXCEL- LENT condition. Roomy living rm., dln- Ing rm., fireplace, family kitchen. Bon- us $75 income from modern 2 bdrm. rental on separate lot. Ballord -- 1 blk. shopping, bus schools. Call COLONIAL REALTY LA 3-7090 7527 Bolhell Way N.E. GROWING? See this fine S-bedroom home in good area. St. Joseph's parish. Fireplace, full basement, hardwood floors throughout, excellent condition. $17,250. SEE IT NOW[ ARY BRACELIN EA. 3-8771 Clifton Albrlghf, Rltr. EA S-0700 ST. BENEDICT'S: 4-BR., Bsmnt., S15,500 7.BR., 2 Bath, Bsmnt., $15,900 3-BR., 2 Bath, Bsmnt., $15,900 ST. ALPHONSUS: 2 Big homes on duplex lot, $15,900 ST. JOHN'S: 5-BR., 2 Bath, Bsmnt., $16,900 3LANCHET: 3-BR., Bsmnt. Views $9,900 WALLINGFORD REALTY 1901 No. 451h. ME. 3-4848 REPOSSESSED--4 bedrooms, rec. room, fireplace, built-In kitchen, landscaped, corner lot. Sidewalks and sewers In end paid. 1 year old and better than new. 3 blocks from Catholic school. Lowest down payment or what hove you to trade? Price $16,500. Builder, HU 6-3368. ST. JOSEPH'S Lovely area. Five bedroom brick Colonl- ol--3V2 baths. For Informallon call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 WALKING distance to St. Louise Church and schooI--Easttown Estates, 3-yr.-old, owner transferred. 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 baths, large family room, oll built-ins, new carpets, drapes. Lawn, landscaped, fenced. Will accept reasonable offer. SH 6-9746. BEAUTIFUL VIEW Three-bedroom, well-kept home. Shop, V bath, recrea;Ion and bedroom In bose* mont. Walking distance to Catholic and public schools, shopping. $16,500. WE. 5-7956. 5236 46th S.W. & Erskine Way. ST. MATTHEW'S -- Three bedroom ram- bler on cul-de-sac. Near bus and stores. $16,250. 1007 N.E. 126th. EM3- 3082. PERSONAL DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE -- MA 3-9065. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Rodlant Heating . .. Retall Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. 5U 3-6850 POSITIONS WANTED 16-YEAR-OLD girl attending Edison Tech. for summer wishes In exchange for as- sisting In home--board, room and re* munerotJon. EA 2-8997. 17-YEAR-OLD girl wishes baby sltllng during summer vacation. References. LA 3.0769. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & T/ "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA 3-1172 UPHOLSTERING PHYSICALLY handicapped upholsterer will reupholstor your furniture reason- able. SU 3-2791. WANTED TO RENT WIDOW urgently needs 3-bedroom house by June 4th with gas heat; also re- frigerator and stove. No mare than $75 me. Would like Immaculate or Blessed Sacrament \\;dlltrlcto. L.A 2-Pl23, ST. MARK'S SAVE $1,500 4 BDRM. $14,9s0 $200 DN. Come a-running and see this remarkable four-bedroom nnd we show you proof that It is priced $1,500 below market value. The sellers are anxious for a deal and have priced their home to sell immediately. It boasts a slate entry hall, 24 fl. living room with mahogany paneled wall fireplace, formal dining room, bright and cheery kltchea, plus four huge bedrooms. Situated on a tre- mendous tot in the Shoreline school district. HURRY on ad No. P-1032. Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 18332 Aurora Ave. North. LI 2-3184 LA 3-0300 24-hour Phone Service VIEW COLONIAL HOLY FAMILY PARISH -- This lovely home Is .located on a corner lot with sewer, sidewalks and paving In. Inside clty. Lovely living room with outstand- Ing fireplace. Sunny kitchen Includes drop-in range, dishwasher end disposal plus lois of cabinets. SGD lead to fun deck. Beautiful bath with large dbl. vanity. Da-Ilght basement. Rec. room wilh fireplace. Garage. Don't walt on seeing this one. Only $17,950, easy FHA terms. BENTON REALTY 19430 16th SW WEst 5.5430 HUBBARD'S SELECT IDEAL LOCATION PERFECT CONDITION This 2 bedroom bungalow located on o lovely landscaped lot is walking dis- tance to downtown Edmonds. Adlacant to Catholic Church. Formal dining room, sunporch, eating space in kitchen. All Imorovaments In, $13,950. HUBBARD Rlfy., Realtor Established Since 1924 104-5th Ave. S. in Edmonds PR. 8-3177 Eves. PR. 6-2606 PR. 8-3086 NEAR ST. MONICAIS NEED MORE SPACE? Five bedrooms, 2,500 sq. ft. on one, plus daylight basement, V3 acre. Near all schools. $33,500. AD. 2-1813. s'r_I=RAICIS -- 3 bedrooms, big yard. Cleanl Close to Burlen. 14629 12th S.W. CH. 4-1913. 6 BDRM. St. Benedict's TEXAS-SIZED family home on nice tat within walking distance of Church. Su- per large plan with DOUBLE PLUMB- ING and eating space in the kitchen, Swedish fireplace, full basement, NEW oil heat and double garage. YOURS on ZERO DOWN FHA terms at Just $82 MO. Call BEST'S, INC., LA. 3-7417. CLOSE TO BLANCHET HI Three-bedraom home with finished rec- reation room. Excellent condition. LA 3-6350. ST. ANNE'S NEWI Side-by-side duplex, 2 bedrooms each unit. Eleclrlc heal parking, near everything. $29,500. Evenings call Mr. Garrison, AT 2.6439. BLAINE REALTY 11V2 Boston AT 3-5511 WALK TO ST. LOUISE (Lake Hills) -bedroom rambler, custom features, car- peting, utility room with built-Ins, tam- Ily kltchea, adjoining patio, landscaped, fenced yard, quiet street. Below FHA appraisal, $17,250. Make us an offer. 223 165th S.E., Bellevue. SH 6-3405. QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOE ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 MAIn 2-5366 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and tar the County of King. SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. HAROLD KLONES and JANE DOE KLONES, his wife, Defendants No. 639558. Summons by Publication THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: Jnne Doe Klones, Defendant. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days ,Jtter the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty days after the 14th day of May, 1965, and defend the above en- titled action end the above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plain- tiff and serve o copy of your answer upon the undersigned aflorneys for the dalnflff at their office as below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, a udgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of lhe com- )lolnt which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The oblect of this action is to fore* close a mortgage and mortgage exten- sion agreement upon real estate In King County, Washington, described as: Lot 11, block 3, Cascade VIlla, According to plat recorded In vol- ume 34 of plots, page 2, in King County, Washington, EX- CEPT the west 95 feet as measur- ed along the south line thareof; and to obtain a deficiency Judgment for the balance due on a promissory note secured by said mortgage and mortgage extension agreement end for the other end usual Incidents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. First Publication May 14, 1965. ROBERT H. LAMB, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 MAIn 2-5366 P--Final June 18, 1965 CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 213 4th Ave. So, Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE County of State of Washington for the County of King In the Mailer of the Eslate of PHEBE DAVIES SAVAGE, Deceased. Ln Pro- bate. No. 180956. Notice 1o Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has auall- fled as executrix of the estate of Phebe Davies Savage, Deceased; Ihat oll per- sons having claims against sold de- :eased are hereby required fo sPrve the same duly verified, on said executrix or her attorneys of record at the nddress below stated, end file the same with the Clerk at said Court, togelher 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 21, 1965. Phebe Savage Stewart Executrix of said Estate. 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. Currnn & Curran Attorneys for Estate, 213 41h Ave. So., Kent, Wash. Pflnal 6-4.63 lie" to off-color ads. Addressing delegates Appril 20 attending a three-day con- vention of the Rocky Mountain Motion Picture Association, Monsignor Little lauded news- paper editors who have adopted moral codes for movie and night club advertising. Commenting on the claim of some movie industry spokeman that in producing risque films they are only "giving the pu- lic what it wants," he said it is not true that "good movies do not make good money." "If one were to look through the list of blockbus- ters...during the past 30 years," he said, "he would find a minimal number of movies which have been clas- sified 'objeetioRable' or 'con- demned' by the Legion of De- cency. "The public does buy good pictures if they are artistically made. If a film is not artisti- cHly made, the public, on the whole, don't buy it," he said. Monsignor Little said recent developments concerning the production code of the motion thB granting of code approval to a film involving partial nud. FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for, Infants as well as older children. Board rate, medical care end clothing are provided hy the agency. you are Interested, please call. MA 3#066 LEGAL NOTICES KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matlar of the Estate of JACOB ALLEN FILE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180945. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed end has qual- Ified as Executrix of the estate of Jacob Allen File, Deceased; 1hat all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the some duly verified, on sold Execulrlx or her oflor- neys of record at the address below stated, end file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date af first publication of this notice, or the snme will be barred. Date of first publication May 21, 1965. LINNEA K. FILE Executrix of said Estate. 907 Arctic Bullding Seattle, Wash. 98104 KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys for Estate 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. 98104 P--Final 6.4.65 CURRAN & CURRAN. Attorneys 213 4th Ave. S. Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OFI'-E State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES HERMAN SCHENDEL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 177362. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Patilion for Dlstrl. butlon. Notice Is hereby given that Virgil A. H. Spllker, Administrator of the Estate of Charles Herman Schendol, has filed ;n the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution asking the Court to settle sold Report, distribute the properly to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Administrator; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 16th day of June, 1965, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probat Department of sold Court, at which timb and place any per. son Interested In said Estate may appear end file oblectlons thereto and contes the some. Doted this 12th day of May, 1965. Date of first publication May 21, 1965. WALTER W. RENSCHLER Clerk of sold Court. By: H. W. POTTER Deputy. CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate 213 4th Ave. S. Kent, Wash. P--Final 6.4-65 RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney 3223 N.E. 123rd Seaffls, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of WALTER E. WESTMORELAND, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180633. Notice to Credl. tars. Notice is hereby given that the under- slgned has been appointed nnd has luoli- fled as Executrix of the estate of WAL- TER E. WESTMORELAND, Deceased; that all persons having claims ugnlnst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Eloyse M. Westmoreland or her attorne of record at the address below staled and file the same with the Clerk of sol( Court, togelher wllh proof of such set- ity--"should be of concern to all of us." "I do not beleive that all nud- ity is per se obscene," he said, "nor do we maintain that nu- dity may not have an artistic function in some high-quality films. Nevertheless I am not convinced that nudity is ever actually necessary for artistic effect in motion pictures." "If recent trends in the mo- tion picture media are al- lowed by you to continue a downward spiral of irresponsi- bility," Msgr. Little told the movie executives, "the invest- ment which you have made in your name and in your film enterprise will be ultimately wasted and destroyed." II LEGAL NOTICES RICHARD C. SHANKS Attorney 3223 N. E. 123rd Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of FLORA FREER, Deceased. In Probate. No. ]81057. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of FLORA FREER, Deceased; that oll persons hav- Ing claims against sold deceased are hereby redulred to serve the same, duly verified, on sald ROBERT J FREER, Executor or his attorney of record al the address below stated, end file the some together with proof of such service within six months offer the date of first publl. cation of this notice, or the same will be parred. Date of first publication April 28th, 1965. ROBERT J. FREER, Executor of snld Estate. 3223 N. E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. RICHARD C. SHANKS, Attorney for Estate, 3223 N. E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. P--Final 6-11-65 CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 213 4th Avenue South Kent, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Wnshington for King County fn the Matter of 1he Estate of RAYDEE LUCILLE TODD, a/k/o Raydee L. Todd, a/k/a Roydee Todd, a/k/o Ray- dee M. Todd, Deceased. No. 176106 AND In the Matter of the Estate of JOHN O. TODD, Deceased. No. 180020. No- rice of Private Sole of Real Property. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of an order of the Superior Court of the State of Woshinglon for King County, In pro- bate, made an entered upon the 19th day of May, 1965, in the matter of the above estates, the unders pned admin- Istrator de bonls non of the estate of Raydea Lucille Todd and the admln- Islrator WWA of the estate of John O. Todd will offer for solo nnd sell to the highest bldder for cash or on terms after the 6th day of June, 1965, the tal- Iowlnq described real estate situate In the County of King, State of Washington, to.wlt: Parcel l--The east 190 feet of the south 210 feet of the southwest quar- ter of the northeast quarter of the southwest quarter of sec- tion 30 township 21 north, range 5 east, W.M, in Klng County Wash ngton; EXCEPT that por- tion n 37th Street Southeast. Parcel 2--The west 180 feet of the east 370 feet of the soulh 210 feet of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter nf the south- west quarter of section 30, township 21 north, range 5 east, W.M., in King County, Wash. Inglon, EXCEPT that portion In 37th Street Southeast. Parcel3--The west 140 feet of the east 510 feet of the soulh 210 feet of the southwest quarter of the northeast quarter of the south- wosi" quarter of section 30, township 21 north, rouge S easl, W.M., in King County, Washington, EXCEPT that por- tion In 37th Street Southeast. Parcel 4--The southwest quarter of the northeast quarter at the south- west quarter; EXCEPT the south 210 feet of the east $I0 feet thereof and EXCEPT that portion In 37th Street South. east, section 30, townshlp 21 N., range 5 EWM. Parcel 5---The northwest quarter of the northeast quarter of the south. west quarter; EXCEPT the north one-half of the north one-haft thereof, section 30, township 21 north, range 5 east, W.M., In King County, Washington. Bids for the purchase of sold property shall be in writing end may be left at the office of the onorneys for the ad- ministrator de banls non end administrat- or WWA, 213 4th Avenue South, Kent, Washington, at any time after the 28th oy of May, 1965, the date of the first ubHcatlon of notice of sole. The per- chose price shall be peld to the odmln. Islrotor de bonis non and administrator WWA in cash, or by certified or cashier's check Payable fo said administrator upon! delivery of a deed to said real property In proper form, or under the terms of a real estate contract, in nccordance with the terms eat sale, end delivery of poltcy of title Insurance showing Insur- able title, if the laffer be required by the purchaser. The administrator de banls non and administrator WWA reserves the right to relect any and al bids. The sale will be subject to confirma- tion by the Court as provided by law. WILLIAM SCOTT TODD vice within six months after the date oil Administrator de banls non of first publication of this notice, or thel the estate of Roydea Luvllle Todd some will be barred. I deceased, end administrator WWA Date of first publication May 21, 1965.1 of the estale of John O. Todd, ELOYSE M. WESTMORELAND 1 deceased. Executrix of said Estate. J Curran & Curran 3223 N.E. 123rd Affornays for estale Seattle, Wash. 213 4th Avenue South RICHARD C. SHANKS t Kent, Washington Attorney for Estate, Date of first publication 3223 N.E. 123rd May 28, 1965 Seaffle, Wash Pfinal 6-4-65 Final June 4, 1965 "She's making a retreat" in Memoriam o the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the follong de- parted priests who Berved the Church and souls in thiB re'm: The Rev. Michael O'Donnell, died May 31, 1960 The Rev. Francis Fleming OMI, died June 5, 1946 Bremerton BARTHOLET, John C., 77, Wed May 19. Requiem MnY 22 Star of the Sea Church. Born near Yaklma when Wash- ington was still a territory end was a civil engineer working for contractors end serving the Stale Highway Depart- ment for 35 years. Survivors Include his wile, Leona; son Col. John Bartholet Jr., (USA-ret.); daughters, Mrs. Lois Whitman, Puyollup; Mrs. Lucllle Brad- shaw, Edmonds; Mrs. Rosemary Cim- mlyottl, The Dalles, Ore., and Mrs. Jeanctte CaSes, Mrs. Dorothy MaNner and Mrs. Jeanne Stone, all of Bremtr- ton; sisters, Sister Mary Dolorltn, Mrs. Ann Brady and Mrs. Hazel Glacollnn, all of Seattle; Mrs. Hilda Kuhn, Idaho, and Mrs. Ruth Ross, Portland; 34 grandchildren and two great-grandchil- dren. Des Moines BOHAN, John D., 40, 15621 4th Ave. S., died May 21. Requiem May 24 St. Philomena's Church. Born in MinoS, ND, and served In the Army Corps of Engineers and in the European Theater. He worked with radio stalions in Mlnot and Billings, Mont., until moving to this area three months ago. Survivors include sons, Alan, Seattle, and MI- chael, MinoS; daughter, Kathlean, Minot; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bohon, Mlnot; end sister, Mrs. Everett J. Miller, Weaatchee. Everett DINUIS, Dominic Thomas, 73, Rt. 2, died May 21. Requiem May 19 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Born In North Dakota and had been a resident of the community the past 33 years. Survivors include his widow, Lena; three sons, Frank, Lake Stevens; Jack, Everett, and Jerome, Pinehurst; three daughters, Mrs. Frances Seat, Plane, Texas; Mrs. Vlrglnla Coggln, Lake Stevens, and Mrs. Pauline Halverson, Everett; one brother, George Dlnuls, Buffe, Mont.; two sisters, Mrs. Bar- bara Gels and Mrs. Amelia Kublsok, both of Dlckenson, ND; 21 grandchil. dren and 16 great-grandchildren. D/anne Quint Leaves Convent MONTREAL, Que. (NC)- Yvonne, one of the four surviv. ing Dionne quintuplets, has left a convent at Moncton NB, and is living temporarily here at the home of one of her sisters. Germain Allard, husband of the former Annette Dionne, said Yvonne had been in the convent for 2 years but left without taking her final vows. He said: "She is now trying to make up her mind about what she will do." Shrine Windows Dedicated WASHINGTON (NC) -- Two ornate stained glass windows, gifts of the NRtiona[ Alliance of Czech Catholics, were dedi- cated here at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Con- ception. Msgr. Martin A. Kriz- ka of Chicago, Alliance chap- lain, blessed the windows and offered Mass. Father Joseph Adamec CSSR, of Baltimore, preached the ser- mon. A large delegation of Al- liance members from a half- dozen states attended the May 23 ceremonies. Births BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph's General Hospital reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Richard Mergeas, boy, May 17. LONGVlEW--St. John'e Hospltal re. ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Marvin Kollunkl, girl, May 17. Dominic N. Tarabochla, boy, May 111. Wayne W. Whlsnant, girl, May lS. JImmle L. Rlchey, girl, May 21. LEGAL NOTICES R. P. GUIMONT Attorney 1702 Smith Tower Ssaltls, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate ot HENRY BERGLUND, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180848. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has qual- ified as Executrix of the estate of Henry Berglund, Deceased; that all persons hav- Ing claims against said deceased hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on snld Executrix 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 after the date of first publlcatJon of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May )4, 1965. HILMA BERGLUND Executrix of said Estate. 1702 Smlth Tower Seattle, Wash. R. P. GUIMONT Attorney for Estate 1702 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. P--Final S-I4L "-'-A-'L''X-ANDE--ER-'-L. CAIN, AttorltW YlS JoHph 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 JOSEPH ASICH, Deceased. In probate. No. 180658. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed end has quail- fled as Admlnlstrntor of the estate of Joseph Aslch, Deceased; that all persons having laims against said deceased are hereby required, to serve the some, duly verified, on sold Administrator or his attorney 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 after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication May 14, |965. ROBERT L. WALES, Administrator of sold EMOte. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg., Seattle, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN, Attorney for Estate, 910 Joseph Vance Bide., Seattle, Wash. P--Final 5.211-65 RIACH & GESE Attorney P.O. BOX 17 Lynawoed, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of HENRY E. PIERCE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 176923. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appelnted and has qual- Ified as Executrix of the estate HENRY E. PIERCE, Deceased; that Fr;day, May 28, 196S THE PROGRESS--.II ,- I O my lord and Saviour, support me in my lest hour by the etrong arms of Thy encromente, and the fresh frogrence of Thy consolotione. Let the abeolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, ond Thy blood my eprlnkllng; and let Thy Mother Mor come to me, end my angel whisper peace to me, end Thy glormus galnts and my own dear pntrone smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I dee/re to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen. PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DiATH by Cardinal Newman. Everett MACY, Edmund C., 45, 5219 Hilltob Road, died May 21. Requiem May 25 Perpeluol Help Church. Born in Chl. cage and lived In Seattle 14 years, coming to Everett seven years ago. He was the owner and manager of the Pleasant Acres Nursing Home and a veteran of World War II. Surviving are his widow, Thelma; o daughter, Mrs. Carol Langlll, Everett; a son, Michael MncY, at home; and a grand. daughter. Kent HOGAN, John T., 66, 7608 S 12th. Requiem May 29 St. Anthony's Church. Survivors Include hls wife, Pearl; step- daughter, Virginia Odeegard, HolW- wood, Calif.; and nieces, Mrs. Katheryn Downey, Seattle, and Mrs. Mary Flower, Shelton. Burial St. Patrick's Cemetery, Kent, directed by Marlaff Mortuary, Kent. Kirkland ANDERSON, William A., 9029 2nd Ave. NW. Requiem May 28 Holy Fam- Ily Church. Survivors include a daugh- ter, Mrs. Joy Fountain, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Roy HIItz and Miss Esther And- dersan, Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. Renton EHLh Leslie JosePh, 4 years, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Ehll, 12234 51st S. Mass oft he Angels May 25 St. Thomas Church. Other survivors In- clude a slester, Klmberly; and grand. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ehll and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wentz. STARK, Mrs. Louis (Margaret), 84, 8617 116th Ave. SE, died May 22. Requi- em May 25 St. Anthony's Church. Born in Iowa and came to the area $0 Years ago from Cedar Rapids. Her hus- band, Louis, died last October. Sur- viving are a dnughter, Mrs. Robert Nisson, Renton; three grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Seattle BENEZRA, Paul O., 64, 6346 21st Ave. SW, died May 22. Requiem May 25 Our Lady of Guadalupe Church. Was bar n In Turkey and came to Seattle as a boy. Survivors: son, Edward Ben. ezra, Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Alec Bar- rett, Tacoma; Mrs. Sam Nalmark, Seal Beach, Callf,; and Mrs. Leo Leonard, Alameda, Callf, Yarrlngton White Cen* tar Funeral Home. CROSBY, Mrs, Austin (Rose), 82, 4119 Baker Ave. NW, died May 23. Requiem Mny 25 St. Anne's Church. Survivors: sisters, Mrs. Eva Bishop and Mrs. Georgianna Elklngton, both of Seattle; three grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Butterworth Family Mortuary. CURTIN, John Joseph, 1039 NE 991h St., Wed May 19. Requiem May 22 St. Catherine's Church. Survivors: wife, Lois E., sons, John J. end Daniel Len- non Curfln, oil of Seattle, Mother, Mrs. Mary A. Berry, half brother, Edward Michael Curtln, Gorwood, N J; Mrs. Edward Collins, Bethlehem, Pa; Mrs. Herbert Braun, Chapel Hill, NC; Mrs. Jules Erhard, Buffer, NJ. Acacia Fu- neral Home. DAFFY, Mrs. Mnrtin D. (Jolephlne) $6, 8540 11th Ave. NW, died May 21. Requiem May 24 St. John's Church. Survivors: daughters, Mary Dully and Mrs. J. Allan Cushing, both of Seattle, and Mrs. Alvin B. Coffland, San Carlos, Calif. and six grandchildren. Burial H o I y r o od. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Chapel, ELLIS, Harry, 78, 10053 1Sth NW, dled May 21. Requlem May 24 Chrlst the Klng Church. Survivors: wlfe, Selma; daughter, Mrs. V. E. Irvln, San Fran- clsco; Mrs. Loretta Lennox, Seattle; son, Thomas, Conrad, Mont.; sisters, Mrs. Hary Wenderroth, and Mrs. Claude Bulman, Salem, Ore.; Mrs. Henry My- ren, Yucca Valley, Calif.; fourteen grandchildren. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus Chapel. HIGGS, EIIIum M., 38, 70h Plke St., Wed May 21. Requiem May 25 St. Cath- erlne's Church. Survivors: son, Gary Rossman; father, Sol TOdd; sister, Miss VIvian Todd, and aunt, Mre. D. Duncan, all of Seattle. Burial Holyroed. Bonney.Watsan. KEPLINGER, Richard D.# 50, 2731 10th Ave. E., Wed May 23. Requiem May 26 St. Patrick's Church. Award- winning radio commentator, long active In civic affairs. Survivors: Wife, Mary Lee; sons, Richard Jr., Santa Ano, Calif.; Gregory at home; daughters, Mrs. Michael HoYt, Seattle, and Chris. fine, at home; sisters, Mrs. Kitty SulII* van, Knnsos City, Me.; Mre. Law Lea Stophens, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Doralhy Gill, Maitland, Fla.; Mrs. Odette March, Los Angeles; brothere, Charles Jr., Amoha; Russell, Bellevue, Neb.; Hubert, Omaha, and tother, Charles, Kansas City, Me. Bonney- Watson. LAVOIE, Jeseph 74, of Pasca, Wed May 23. Requiem May 25 Immaculate Conception Church. Survivors: wife, Maxlne Lavole; lion, Donald R. Lavoie, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Agnes Fortler, Canada; and brother, Adolf Lavorle, Spokane; two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Burial Holyroud. Ban- nay-Watson. MARTIN, Victarlaon, 80, 714 7th Ave, died May 23. Requiem May 26 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Woe born ]n Spain, but had been a resident of 5cattle for over 50 years. Burial Holyroed. John Kalln. MARTINSON, Judith Ann, lg, 5th Ave. NE, died May 25. Requiem May 28 St. Catherlne'e Church. Survlv. or's: parents, Mr. and Mre. Marvin Martlnson, a n d grandmother, Mrs. Emma O'RelIly, Seattle. Burial Holy. rood. Wiggea and Sons Chapel. NIGHTINGALE, Mary Jane (Merle), formerly of 1500 S. McCellnn St. died tV, ay 23. Requiem May 26 St. Pstor'l Church. Survived by several nieces and nephews. Burial Holyrood. Clark-Raf. ferty and Putnam. Spokane DUGGAN, Mary E. 84, 1756 47th Ave. NE, Seattle, died May 20. Requiem May 24 St. Augustine Church. Born In Duluth, Minn., and came to Seattle from Spokane five years ago. She was the widow of former State Seaalor Fred Duggan. Survivors Include o daughter, Mrs. Anders R. Brown, Lake Forest Park; sons, John and Marshall, both of Spokane, Frederick, South Charleston, W.Va., and Emmeff, Great Falls, Mont.; a sister, Mrs. Marguerite C. Brawn, Pallillne, II1.1 13 grand- children and two great grandchildren. Snohomish COLEMAN, Mnude, $I, 402 Ave. E, died May 20. Requiem May 24 St. MI- chael's Church wlth Father Francls J. . Tobln as celebrant. Burial Crown Hill , Cemetery, Seattle, directed by Bauer Funeral Chapel, Snohomlsh. Tacoma ANORIEUX, Mrs. Mayms F., 79, lt32 10th Ave. E, Seattle, Wed May 19. Re* quiem May 24 Visitation Church. Born In Wisconsin and spent many years In : Montana, before coming to thls area } 15 years ego. She wns a member of St. Patrick's Church, Seattle. Surviving .. arl tour nieces, Miss Teresa Barnes and Mrs. R. A. Johnson, both of Ta- coma; Mrs. Estelle Poyne, Seatlle, oud Mrs. Margaret McCaln, Mirror Lake; end two nephews, Milton Barnes, Ren- ' ton, and Clayton Collins, Los Angeles. BUHR, Antan, 71, 2107 S. Sheridan "- Ave., died May 18. Requiem May 21 ,, St. Leo's Church. Born in Austria and . was a retired bakery salesman. He was a member of the HoW Nnme So- o clety. Survivors Include his wIte, Julin; two sons, Gerhart and Albert, both of Tacoma; three daughters, Sister Julia Antoinette OSF, Portland, Mrs. Julia Weber and Mrs. Josephine Berthiaume, both of Tacoma; a brother and four sisters in Germany; and 13 grandchll- dren. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Ta- coma, directed hy Cassedy and Allen. GRAHAM, Harold D., 62, 4321 Park Ave., died May IS. Requiem May 21 St. Patrick's Church. Born tn Emmets- burg, Iowa, end had lived in Tacoma since 1940. He was o mechanic for King Construction Co. and a member of the Automotive Machinists Union. Survtv--. Ing are his wife, Bertha K.; a son, Harold J, Tacoma; two daughters, , Mrs. Orvld L. Hess and Mrs. William Filbert, both of Tacoma; his mother,  Mrs. Agnes Graham, Long Beach,., Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Iva Frost, Long Beach, and Mrs. Iris Grass, Glen- dive, Mont.; end five prandchlldren. MITLICH, Joseph E., 72, 1607 N 9th St., died May 18. Requiem May 20 St. ' Patrick's Church. Born in Yugoslavia end lived In the area since 1937. He was a retired fisherman. Surviving Is a h son, Daniel, of thl home. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed by Gaffney's. T I lip " ua ,,, MCLEAN, Den, 65, Star Rt., Marys- ;,, died May 24. Requiem May 25 St, Ann's Church. Born in Tulollp and llved In .', the area oll his life. He was a member of the Tulolip Tribes and o heavy equipment operator for the DePartment of Interior before retirement. Survivors include his widow, Nora; four sons, Dan Jr., Marysvltle; William, Everett; Wilfred and Milton, at home; and four grandchlldren. Burial in the family plot at Misslon Beach Cemetery. Vancouver EARLS, Mary C., 81 2010 W. Re- serve St., died May 18. Requiem May 22 St. James Church. Born in Idaho and lived in Vancouver the pact 55 years, interment St. James Acrea, di- rected by Hamilton Mylan. McHENRY, Catherine A., 3601 Grant St., died May 19. Redulem May 21 Our Lady of LOurdes Church. Born tn Pittsburgh, Pa., and lived In Vancou- ver the past 19 years. She was a mem- ber of the Altar Society and St. Ann's ." Guild. Surviving are sons, Frank, Long Beach, Collf., Dennis, Vancouver, Jo. " set)h, Thomas od John, all of Mead- villa, Pa., Robert, Seattle andCberles ", McHenry, Canton, Ohio; daughters, Mrs. Katherine Rankin, Hartvllle, Ohio,  and Mrs. Sarah Davis, Seattle: 26 grandchildren and tour great grand- " children. Interment St. James Acres, " dlrected by Hamilton Mylan Funeral. Home. MOORE, Elizoboth Bertha, 95, Wed ',- May 21. Redutem May 25 Our Lady o( , Lourdes Church. Born In 1570 In Port- lend, Ore., and lived In Vancouver the past 45 years at 3400 Washington Street. Survivors Include a Ion John A. (Jack) Moore of Vancouver; o daughter, Mrs. Zena McCarty, Vancouver; six grand- " children and nine great-grandchildren. ,,. Interment St. James Acres, directed by,., Hamilton Mylon Funeral Home. Vancouver, B.C. QUAGLIOTTO-ROMANO, Mrs. Ella,," 3937 Granvllte St., died April 9. Re- qulem April 12 Sis. Peter and Paul :.', Church. Wldaw of Hector Quagllottl, Ramona. Survtvs Include two dough-:' ters, Mrs. C. E. (There) Ahnstedt, Seattle, and Mrs. Douglas (Jnne) Moc- Kay-Dunn, Vancouver BC; and 17 grandchildren. CASSiDY Funerni Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3001 OAKES AL. 2.21711 GAFENEY" HOMB- Yeldme at 1elk 'MOMA CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO SERVE ST. MATTHEW'S AND ST. LUKE'S PARISHES I IIII I persons having claims against enid * ceased ore hereby required to serve . t same duly verified, on said Executrix UNDI'RTAKING COMPANY ",J .' her attorneys of record at the address  " below stated, and file the same with the :! Clerk of sold Co0rt, together with proof I; of such service within six months after the date of first publication of thll he- -, rice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publlcqtlon May 14, 1965. ,i LULU B. PIERCE Executrix of said Betels. ' ' c/o Box 1067 Attorneys for Estate P.O. Box 1067 Lynnwood, Wash. 1410 N.E. 115th St. (at 15th Ave. N.]g.) .." P--Rnal 5-2i.65 - I i