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BUY WITH THEM PROGRESS iii iii RATE: 30 Cents Per Line .:. .:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. .:. i . CLASSIFIED RATE: 30C PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 pm. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 1107 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAin 2-0800 Extension 18 L i i i.i AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE PLEASE ASK FOR JOE PINE UNIVERSITY CHEVROLET CO. ME 2-4333 RES. SU 4-1916 MEMBER ST. BENEDICT&apos;S CARPET WORK SUNSET HILL Show Place * FIVE BEDROOMS * DOUBLE LOT * SUN DECK $14,950 $200 DOWN Curved stotrway atmosphere, In this Immaculate home. Master bedroom suite with private bath. Formal din- ing room, sunny bright kitchen, S bedrooms, EXCELLENT CAREFREE CONSTRUCTION. FUEL BILL JUST $130 PER YEAR Full daylight base- ment. Just listed. For the key carl EM 3-3282 on ad 480. L. P. Martin, Inc. ST. JOSEPH'S I. Volunteer Park. Colonial. 4 bedrooms. 3 sets plumbing. A wonderful buy at in your home $18,500 FHA terms. KRAMER CLEANER LA. S-5450  2. 6 bedrooms, 5 sets plumbing. Volunteer . Park. Call Mrs. Brocelln, EA3-8717. -- JP/&MERS & ny=o I3. DUPLEX. 2 and 3 bedroom units. Call v==M,,=  ,nw ] Mary Bracelln, EA3-8717. 10% OFF SPRING CLEANING l CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTRS "Free Estimates" 1550 Olive Way EA 5.0700 I Pick Up and Delivery J --"---'---'-'T--"-db--A''J-'-5-DT-,-- l Credit Available ................... ,^ ,oc 13 bedrooms, recreation room, ftreplace, t "" .... I teneed yard. Assume G.I $14,S00. CH 3- RAVENNA CARPET 23s0. I and UPHOLSTERY CLEANING SERVICE CLEANERS SERVICED YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED $3.50 Tom McElroy LA 2-4671 CONTRACTING ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, tters and downspouts, Asbestos and mposltlon siding. Free ostlmatss. "Guarontead work. Call C. R. MARCYES. EA4-8481 840 Poplar Place HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re- pairs, interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- ences. Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING ,,ALTERATIONS and RESTYLING. EM 2.6326 of, er 5 .m. _ WESTSIDE ELECTRIC INC. WE 2-0354 . . . WE 7-3776 IIlustrlal and house wiring. "Electric Illotlng our specialty." Serving Welt Beafllo Art E. Llndbor, Owner. FOODmENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen Ave. S.W. WE. 5-1480 ASSEMBLY HOTEL 1 BLOCK TO ST, JAMES Under new management, Redecorated, Clean, warm' rooms. Peeslonere wel- come. $40 month up. $33 Madison -- MA 3-4174. ACROSS THE STREET FROM ST ANNE'S Brick court. Lovely 41/2 rooms. S9S. In- cludes heat and garage. Suitable for 2 only. AT 2-6901. LADLES ONLY First HII apartment or house- HOMES FOR SALE "SHARP" INSIDE CITY 4 BDRM. FIREPLACE ATTACHED GARAGE O0 DN. $12,9S0 A TEEN-AGE BEAUTY IN POPULAR NORTH PARK AREA. Walk to every- thing. These people have bought and are anxious so lets help them get Into their new home -- and so help our- selves. This is the large close.in home you have been looking for. Call EM 4-1180 on Ad No. 361S. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 13300 bolhell way. EM 4-1180 Lady of Lake SPACIOUS HOUSE NEAR SEATTLE S BEDROOMS PREP. S bedrooms, 3V baths. Level lot. Large living dinging room and $22,500 kitchen areas. Two car garage. Call,WEDGWOOD- Brick and cedar siding, eventngi: EA 3-3325. DAYLIGHT BASEMENT, approx. 10 years old. Large living room with fire- place and wall to wall carpeting, sep. i arote dining, family kitchen. Large rec- RELIGIOUS ARTICLES reotion room nicely finished in "Knot- 1y-pine" with second plumbing adjoin, i WHOLESALE CLOSEOUT Ing. Nice fenced lot. QUICK POS. JUNE JULY  Rosaries, MA Crucifixes, SESSION. Statues, Medals, Gifts. Write: Katona, Crawford & Conover, Inc. 517 9th Ave., Seattle 4, or call: ALBERT BALCH, REALTOR 3-8268 after 6 p.=m. 8040 35th Ave. N.E. LA 3-55 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES J. NElL MAHONEY Attorney for Estate 825 Central Building Seaflle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King, In the Matter of the Estate of NITA S. WOODARD, Deceased. In Probate. PA. 3-1172 I L WANTED TO RENT NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE  I OF REAL ESTATE WANTED TO LEASE OR RENT. NlcelSTATE OF WASHINGTON, County ol large home for family with 8 children, l King, ss.: SHERIFF'S OFFICE. North End, prefer St. John or St. I BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXECU- Alphonsus Can pay to $150 month. CollaTION Issued out of the Honorable Su- evenings. SU 2.4317. j nerlor Court of the State of Washington for King County, on the 25th day of April, 1963, by the Clerk thereof in the case of Mabe A. Reynolds, d/b/a Rey- nolds Plumbing & Heating, Plaintiff, ver- sus Fred Barr and Edna Barr, his wife, defendants. No. 0064, end to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That I will proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law far Sheriff's sales, to-wiSe, ten o'clock A,M., on the 7th day of June, 1963, before the Court House door of King County, Jefferson Street entrance, at Seattle, In the State of Washington, all of the right, title and No. 171683. Notice to Creditors. Interest of said defendants and each of Notice Is hereby given that the under- them and the marital cammunlty they signed has been appointed and has quali-/compose, in and to the following de- fled as .Executrix of the above entltledscribed Fropertv,- situated- in K I P,B estate; that oil persons having claims County, State of Washington, to-wit: against said deceased are hereby re-I1. That portion af the southwest V4 of qulred to serve the same, duly verlfed [ the northward' % of section 19, Town- on sold Executrix or her attorney of ship 22 nrth, range S E,W.M. de. record at the address below stated, and scribed rjs follows: Beginning at o file the same with the Clerk of said point 1C! rods 0.5 feet south end 27 Court, together with proof of such ser- rods ;.5 feet east of the northwest vice, within six months after the date corner of section 19; thence north 30* of first pubhcatlon of this notice or the eos 7 rods; thence south 01* east 179 same will be barred, fe',,t; thence southerly a distance of Date of first publication May 17, 1963. 1,t4 feet, more or less, to the north BEATRICE GARVEY line of John Murray Tract; thence Executrix of said Estate, north 61 west 220 teet to the point 525 Central Building rooms starting at $7 per week ........ ' ' :ealtle 4 washington 1210 Marion Street (across from Swe- j NElL MAHON'EY dish Hospital). t,'ttorney for Estate 2 STORES--SIde by side. 2400 and 1900 sq. ft., one or both. Also a good loca- tion for charcoal broiler or cote In downtown Kent Available now Coil UL 2-6411 REDECORATED large bachelor apart- ments. 2 and 167. 604 East Union. EA 44964. J URNtSHED HOUSE; 2 bedrooms, an- noes, basement, garage, ya r d, nspadaflon. School; $75 726 North d, WE 2-2488. 525 Central Building Seattle 4, Washington Final S-31-63 THEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney for Estate 10o80lymnlc Nat'l Bide Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stole at Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of MARY M. CROWLEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 171664. Notice to Creditors. of beginning. Tax lot No. 97, Less south 65 feet thereof, King County, Wnshlngton.  The south V: of the south 160 feet of the north 190 feet of the east 150 felt of the southeast % of the northwest V= of the southeast %, section 3, town- ship 22 North, Range 5 E.WM., King County, Washington, levied on as the property ef said defend- ants to satisfy a ludgment amounting to One thousand two hundred eighty end $91100 ($1,200.091 Dollars, the cam of suit and Interest, In favor of plaintiff Doted this 26th day of April, 1963. DONALD R. SPRINKLE, Sherlft Notice is hereby given that the under- By Coral Clalbourne, Deputy. CAP TOL HILL. Furnished or unfur- signed has been appointed and has quail- Final 5-31-63 nlshed |leaping room for employed tied as Executrix of the estate of Mary I JOSEPH A HOLLE/AN--- Catholic Lady. EA 2-6825. M. Crowley, Deceased; that all persons I Attorney ONE BEDROOM unfurnished apartment, having claims against said deceased are 1035 Securities Building hereby required to serve the same duly J Seattle 1 Washington Appliances 117th and Greenwood. View. verified, on said Executrix or her Of. ISUPER10 R COUI'T OF WASHINGTON Newly renovated. SU 3-2422. torney of record at the address below] for Ktnn County I .... r,,., ,,='HIMITUIII= stated, and tie the some with the Clerk " - " of sold Court tonether with f flEstate of HANNAH CAKurs ..... uoceased. , = proo. o. o ,.,.,vv,-,,- such servl- ...... I- -'" ........ I No. 171640. Notice to Credit re. L. WIlli__HhiPn Inn i " 5IX munms OTTer reel ...... Ires a-alnst said LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the dn n first this notlce, j An persons nawng oa g Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free ort'hefsame ' vlTl"loe'tl;.recL estate must serve same on undersigned jj very", with will annexed of estate or its attar- Credit. Date of first AAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE pualication May 17, 1963 appointed and qualified Administrator f1371 Redmond PATRICIA M. LANGNESS ney of record at address below and file Executrix of said Estate J same with court clerk with proof of 1008 Olympic Nat'l Bldg. service within six months after May 24, GREETING ,ARDS Seattle, Wash. ITHEODORE P. CUMMINGS 1963, being first publication date. BIRTHDAY, GET WELL, CHRISTMAS I Attorney for Estate, LE F A. HOLT CATHOLIC CARDS--t PRICE 11008 Olympic Not'I BIdg ( Administrator with will annexed lSeattle' Wash i JOSEPH A' HOLLEMAN ............ L A "467!2 .... Attorney for Estate .... HELP WANTED ................................. $'31 1035 Securities Building CORBETT, SlDERIUS & LONERGAN Seattle 1, Washington Attorneys Final 6-7-'63 WANltL IMMI=UIA/I=L'r. 847 Lie0 on Build ' Housekeeper southwest Washington Rec- Seattle Wash ing tory. One prlesl. One hour from Port. l IN THE SHPCRIOP. rn';OT n= "rues Attorney land on railroad. 2 bus lines. Nice IIv-! Star- o  ;'-hlnto-"or ''''''''''`I 1035 Securities Building ..Jng quarters. Non smoker. Apply by l of Klng ! Seattle 1, Washington StEer only. Give names of remrenees. In the ofer of the estate of J C I SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHINGTON JOpl;eephno%repsPlBIcaxtlO,. considered, fOREY,NoD:caOoSfedealrrlngprfb:/e.rpNoO; ElrtesKin CFu;ty WILHELM VOGELER TEACHERS needed fr ?pec,al 0UemmLe  1,c:eti,%2O[bgi;rXt,3%t Blanche tcs"O'WG'Jg"lOtGE: assignment. For Int rvl W, phon H or "'"tn 3-8227 .. C y, Ex.cutr!x .of th? Estate o!/ All persons having claims against said J I e*'leLkreyo'f nsad V'our n d:r e fnttol e Rtiestotes must serve some on undersigned INSURANCE o on "1 appointed and qualified administrator- i p rt d petition for distribution, asking =e=.tnr nf estate= or Its attorney of th Cou "  .......... 1'/'% / VIAKIT'7 isle . rt to settle said Report, .dstr.l-trecor d at address below and file same Lrj 1, I%.I..PIN/_ ure me property ]o me persons lnere'm with rn=lrt rlerk with areal Of service e J .................   INS. AGENCY _ .. It,t;ln;%,a/sas:;ot %1 E(i;oUr; ;elllh/ntsrlsl  ;1u0?Ich:tloOnftte/ltay 24, 19t, Mere. Our Lady of Guadalupe Parlsn.wlll be heard on the 27th day of June,  ,--r-r ^ vn,RLIR homo, bullness, health, fife. X;m'nlraior'-o'f-P:iofe of EM 4.140 MIle, FOR SALE ME. & 'MRS, STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices now and USe steel end pine. U, 1t,. PIPU AND STEEL COMPANY 7000 South Ellis PA S.|100 PRICED -- Adding Machines, type- rlters, file cabinets; sarvlce, too. 1963, at 9:30 a.m. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of ld Court, at which time and place any person interested In said Estale may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 2tst day of May, 1963. Date of first publication, May 31, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Oerk of sad Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy CORBETT, SIDERIU$ & LONERGAN, Otio Wilhelm Vogeler, Executor of Estate of Hedwlg Josephine Vogeler JOSEPH A. HOLLEMAN Attorney for Estate 1035 Securities Building ieattle 1, Washngtea Final 7-7-'63 KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate, 1210-1411 4th Ave. Bldg. ALL OFFICE EQUIPMENT Atlornevs tar Estate, Seattle, Wash. EM2.6026 J847 Logan Building, IN THE SUPER OR COURT DF THE ISE'-H'-nns for i Seattle, Wash. State of Walhlngton for the ;ounry I="Fr day Wav 24 Soturday MY 25. Final publical on June 14, 1963 of King. , ......... -' t n AM ro 4'30 P M- r--AmT'aV----'A-/-i---7'X-'k,-kG-r '" In the Matter at rne t:STaTe at LHAI<- v 1'003 *MAIION" ' I ......... tt;r'n'eys = ........... LOTTE M. HAUPTMANN, Deceased. II 12t20lymp C Nat ona LIte Building !n P_r.obate...No..169135. Noftca of Ha- NURSING HOME Seattle, Wash. Ing Final epor aria -eT,,on ur " ,,IIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE !rlb.utlon.   ' nth-t Mar" Per State Was in t h NOTICe Is nereDy gve o y - $TUBBINGS NURSING HOME I .. of h g on for t e County of ,o** , n tr+rIx n t the Estate of ) ed" Flng ..., ................ Cathol c operat e ha =l,,+o =o= ^v [ In the Matter of the Fttnt nf MA[M Charlotte M. Hauptmonn, Deceas d, I Stato L.I, No. 611 CATHERINE O'FARRELL, Deceased, '"'rthL-'etl-'"lC'o=:'r':h=n'L'-"*l*T-'n sorl,,.ou nr nm . .. u. =,,, " PIRSoNAL persons having clalms against said de-!be heard on the 27th day of June, 1963, - (:eased are hereby required to serve thai at 10:00 A.M. at the Court Room of the JFANT HOMES NEEDED. Foster .par- same duly verified, on said Executor or [Prbate . Department of sale .ourr, .aT Jib--quested for new born Its attorneys of record at the address which hme and place any person m- babies. AI00 summer placements for below stated, and tile the same with the terested in said Estate may appear and school age children, Clerk of said Court, together with proof fl!e objections thereto and contest the Cdthotlc Chlldree's Services of such service within six months after t310 NO. I Street the date of first publlcatloa of this no- Tacoma rice, or the same will be barred. Erodway 24359 Date of tlrst publlcatlon May 24, 1963. .....  ....... : T,  ........ " SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL ! BANK PLUMI RS  I Executnr of said Estate. BiH=aJ. L , I Main Office, Seattle, Wash. ....... '=',,"" ...... I MORtARTY, aLlaN & CAMPBELL Rddlant Heating . ., Retail Store [ Attorneys for Estate, , .t-<*^rr e -'kte' 112 OIvmplc National Lifo Building L. . IvI/',.,3/"ix./ O< O',JINO ]Seattle, Wash. 1 9th Ave. N.W./ SU 3-6850 Final 6-7-'63 r \\; some. Dated this 241h day of May, 1WI. Date of first publication ... , 1 .... NORMAN R. RIDDEr.L, Clerk of said Court R. S. HOFEDITZ Deputy KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG Attorneys for Estate, 1210. 1411 41h AvI. Bid0. Seattle, Wash. 6-14-6,1 SELL WITH THEM Fr. Denis Says THE PROCRESS.-.9 : Friday, May 31 1963 Requiem For ..... " ' ' " " TO chEr0000 yes 00E.es Grandmother so=me end prayers re commended the souls of the following de- The Rev. Denis Read, O.C.D.. TANGNEY, C)orlmce W., ,, parted priests who served the was the celebrant of the re- 34th Ave. N,E., died May 21. Requiem Church nd souls in this rea: quiem MBss for his grand- May 24 Church of the Assumption. Burial Calvary. Born in Spokane and mother. Mrs. Bridget McGee, come here in 1912. Mechanical goods The Roy. ichBel O'Donnell, 93, who died May 22. ongneer for Goodyear Tire and Rub. bar Co. Member of the Elks end Phi The MESS was sEid May 25 Kanpa Tau Fraternity, Survivors: wife, { died May 31, 1960. at St. JEmes Cathedral with Margaret; daughter, MIsS Kothleen : Tangney, Campbell, Calif.; sister, Mrs. : the burial at CBlvBry. Florence Avery, Seattle; brothers, The Rev. FraEeis Flem|ng, Nine of Mrs. McGee's grand- Frank P. and Robert V., both of Seat, tie. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus Funeral O,M,I,, died ,June S, 1946. sons, all trained singers, sang Home. the :Requiem. Mrs. McGee, who ]ived at Tacoma Auburn 1 13th Ave. E., was born in 6ERARD, Martin IlL, 64, S02 N. J ,; Quebec, Canada. She came to st., died May 22. Requiem Moy 25 VAN NESS, Mrs. G. R. (Helen), 51, Seattle from Wisconsin and un, st. Patrick Church. Burial Calvary. " Route 1, Box 1350, died May 22. Re- N] recently was very active in Born In Deadwood, 5.D. Lived In thls IMPERIAL East qu,.m May 25 St. Leo Church. Ta- orea 60 years. Warehousaman ot Port como. Buriol Colvory. Born n New church work. She Was a mere- Lews. Member of the Catholic War York City and lived here 17 years, her of the Hibernians and the Veterans, American Legion. Survlvore: .wife, Orllla; son, Martin D., Tacamo EAST SIDE'S HEWEST DEVELOPMENT Sarvtvor: her husband. Goftney FU- Third Order of St. Francis. Her two daughters, Mrs. GII Penn, Tel. Finished homes ready to move into neral Home. now. Visit the furnished show houses, hUSbEnd, William, died in 1923. coma, and Mrs. Anne Grlm, Sum. Open Dmly. 10 o.m. 'Ill 9 at night, nor; two brothers, Charles, Tocoma Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. Mrs. MeGeo is also sur- and Orville, Sumner; sister, Mrs. *.' rived by her daughters, Mrs. Marie Polley, Seattle; five grandcblh , ST. JOHN--GREENWOOD Bellingham G.B. Welch, Mrs, C. S. dren. Goffnoy Funeral Home. !: $10,S00--$3S0 DN. Brown and Mrs. E. M. Read, OLIVER, Joseph, 89, 3544 S. AIoska > 4 BEDROOMS, DBLE PLUMB -- DBLE St., died May 24. Requiem May ell Holy GARAGE -- 8400 SQ. FT. FENCED CROOME, Robert L,, 40, fatally shot Rnd tWO sOnS. Vincent P, and Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born YARD -- NEW BIRCH KITCHEN, May 6. Requiem May 29 Church of Leo J., RII of Seattle, as well In RegaLe, Calabria, Italy, Came here .'; STAINLESS STEEL DBLE. SINK -- the Assumption, Veteran of World in 1902 ond lived in Tao 5S years. , 3 APPLIANCES FREE LA $-6116 War It. Resided In KIrkland bat lived as 26 grandchildren and 68 Retired shipyard worker. Member of  BEST'S INC. here about lS years ago. His parents, great-grandchildren. , the Sans of Italy. Survivors: son, Rob, ' both deceased, also lived here. sur- ST. ANNE'S rivers: sister, Mrs. Catherine Blach, Mallnin & Sons Mortuary erE, Tacoma; three grandchildren, Mrs. ., Jeannette Argot, Joseph M, and Leon- . dro Oliver, oil of Tacoma; three gre0}, f 3 BEDROOMS Bellevue; brother, John, Seattle. West. handled the funeral arrange, grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen Mar, . 2 FIREPLACES ford Funeral Home. 1V BATHS manes, tuary. DUPLEX ZONED LOT PHONE: MA 2-8880-.-Local 21 i OUR LADY OF LOURDES CHURCH & SCHOOL NEW 3-BDRM. DAYLIGHT LOWER LEVEL TERRITORIAL VIEW BLT-IN RANGE-OVEN ONLY $18,250 Qualify Rambler In excellent close-In. view area. Walking dlstance to Coth. olic school, and the "Adastra School" for gifted children -- only 10 minutes to Booings. Home features: entry hall In mosaic tile--extra spacious living room with huge picture windows and sliding glass doors to sundeck, ideal for warm weather dining  sparkling mahogany and mica kitchen will make meal preparations o breeze  gleam- ing tile vanity, splash proof bath -- 3 larger than usual bedrooms with oversize closets  fu daylight ower level has future recreation room with! fireplace, roughed in second both -- work shop and storage area  and space for 1 or 2 extra bedrooms -- excellent materials and workmanship thruout including all copper plumbing. Our exclusive  Call CH 3.1880. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 Frst Ave. So. ASSUMPTION NEAR N.E. 65TH & 31ST AVE. N.E. BSMT.--3RD BDRM. Birch kitchen in this spacious S roort REDUCED TO $16,250 CALL MR. GARRISON, AT 2-6439 BLAINE REALTY 11V2 Boston AT 3-.T11 ST. LOUtSE Walk to schools & shopping. Newly decorated ranch rambler. 4 bdrms., 3 baths, 2 fireplaces. Lrpe. rec. rm. In daylite bsmt. A real bargain at $23500. BELLEVUE REALTY 18666 Hwy. 10E SH 6.1100 2 BLKS.--ST. MONICA'S Spllt level home on home. 12x13V dining room. FIreplace. IMercer Island by owner. 3 bedrooml, 2 Cab. AC oil furnace. Basement. Guestl baths, water and sewer In. Walking bedroom. F H A appralled, 814,500.] distance to public a n d parochial Owner has bought. See tedayl Calll schools. Fully landscaped yard, AD SU 2-3737. I 2-8765. I BEDROOM, bung01ow style. Basement. ST. JOHN'S Carport. On bus line. 2 blocks from NEAR N.W. $0TH & 10TH AVE. N.W. I St Joseph's. EA 4-7273. 4 BDRMS.  L-'--Y- O/=" THE LAKE  Bremerton Puyallup Tacoma Owner recently Installed newest aluml-] Cute and clean. 2 bedrooms. 3rd in full num siding which will end your pres- basement. Affractlve yard. $13,600 . . . FUNKE, William J., 77, 3625 E. FAEN, Jolaph . $|, 1104 11th IOWA, Mrs. Urban flnat), 113, ant worries. Exceptionally pleasant LA 2-1834, 3042 N.E. 94th. St., d:ed May 22. Requiem May 211 St. N.W,, died May 26. Redu am May S. M St., died May 26. Requiem MBy and roomy living and dining room ST. THOMAS MORE --- Our Lady Star of the Sea Church. 29 All Saints Church. Burial Ca vary 29 St. Ann Church. Barn in Gern,lny with fireplace. 2 bedrooms on main TRI-LEVEL 3 BEDROOM. RECREA- Born In Peoria, IlL Lived mast of h s Born In Lo Suour; MInn. Retired car, and came here In 19S, Survivors; floor and 2 up. Full basement. A TION ROOM. 1V2 BATHS. 2 FIRE- life In Tacoma. Worked at Puget pealer. Fifty-year member af Catholic sons, Urban and Alex, both ot Tacoma1 deeper lot Ideal for children, $16,850. PLACES. BASEMENT. ATTACHED Sound Naval Shipyard, Sumner Iron Order of Foresters. Survivors: two daughter, Mrs. Harrison Taylor, Td, For oppelntment coil SU 2-3737. GARAGE, WILL CONSIDER TRADE Works and was superintendent at daughters. Mrs. Clyde (Georgia) Rowe, coma; sister, Mrs Julia Kerplse, Ham- RAY B. WALKER, RLTRS. FOR 4 BEDROOM HOME iN NORTH Todd Padffc Shipyard. Retired In Puyallup, and Mrs. R A. (Alice) Ilton, ManE,, and a grondson, Donald 7514 1$th Ave. N.W. END NEAR BUS AND SCHOOL. 19eL Survivors: wlfe Eunlce; two Stfxrud, Bellevue; three sisters, Mrs. $owa, Seafflo. Goffney Funeral Home ST. JOSEPH'S PR 8-7460. daughters, Mrs. Bllfle Marie Johnson, Eva Adams, Wapato, Mrl. Theresa BLANCHET HIGH Guam, and Mrs Edith Hyde, Callfor- Rlfesl, Clear Lake, Calif., and Mrs. ST. PIERRE, August J., @, 235 nla; three sons, Harold, Seattle, Rt0wy Amelia Walker, Golosburg, Mlch., six Broadway, died May 24. Requiem May Meticulously cared for 4 bedroom home. 3 BEDROOM. 8 rooms plus large recreo- mend and Theodore, Bremerton; grandchildren and seven great-grand- 28 St. Leo Church. Burial Clvl'y. Den and half bolh on main floor. 2 tlon room. Custom built, plastered and slsters, Mrs. Kate Slmons and Mrs. children. Powers Funeral Home. Born In Concord, N.H. Mved In Ta bedrooms up with plumbing. For In. Insulated. 1750 sq. It. living a;ea. % Theresa Sangston, Tacoma; two broth, coma 60 years and was o member ef formation or LA 2-5626. call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 acre park-like grounds Secluded ond ers, Harry, Tacoma, and AI, Vista, t andscaped LA2-7559 the police force 25 years betorn rE- VINCENT D. MILLER, INC, I -- NER Coff., 15 grandchildrea and 29 great Seattle tiring in 1,43. Member of the Retired grandchildren. Miller-Reynolds Funeral Police Officers Association, Ancled" 3817 N.E. 4$th LA 2-5261 NEAR ST. LUKE'S Home. ',t.=t4 bedrooms. Full daylight bosemanto ALLYN, Roymand F., 411, former Order of United Workmen and the ....  / =/ ......... . ,[UU,ll .... "1 a'OCJt I! a vS Brotherhood of Locomotive Egglnears heat. Wall to wo carpeting $14250; . *! ...... ":'1 ' manager of Armour & Co. hero, died and Firemen. Survivors; wife, Erna; EM 3-9307. " ' NEAR BL SED SACRAMENT Clinton May 24 In Anchorage. Requ!em May three daughters, Miss Marllme St. 13 bedrooms. FHA. $14,500. Triple p umb. 24 In Anchorage. Redulem May 29 Pierre, Tacoma, Mrs. Gale Aynei, TB, ACROSS from St, Phllomona Church. Ing. Wall-to-wah carpet. Minimum dawn. Holy Rosary Church. Barn tn Issaquah. coma, and Mrs. Dole Bledsoe, Puya. On south 222nd. Owner. TA 4-4395. ME 2.2256. MEAGHER, Henry F., dB, Route Attended the University of Washing- lup; brother, Alex, Seattle; vo ale. One, died May 22. Redulem May 27 ton before joining the Armour firm. ters, Mrs, Anna Calklns, Tacoma; four st. Hubert Mission, Langley. Retired Member of the Anchorage Rotary Club grandchildren. Gaffney's Funell Hems. dietary cook. Lived here three years, and the Anchorage Elks, Delta Sigma Prayer For Firemen 00om,.o from Seattle. Prior to that Phi FraternltyondtheAIosko Detense served 12 years In Veterans Hospital Supply Assoclatioa. Was o major In Vancouver In Chicago. Member of the Deer the Army Reserve. Survivors: wife, Lagoon Grange. Survivors: wife, Else. Marlorle J.; three daughters, Mrl. MO$ERUCKER, Mrs. lltlallttll, Yl, Henry C. Carsberg, Menla Pork, Calif., Written By Priest nor; daughter. Mrs, B. K, Sparks, 370glSt,,dledMay19, RequleaIM,y Edmonds; stepson, David Alvar, af and Llnda Roe and Pamela Joan Allyn, 25 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial home; brother, John P., Chicago; both of Anchorage; a son, Raymond St. Jamel Acres. Born in Marten sister, Mrs Margaret Rausa, Clinton; F. Allyn, Anchorage; his father, Fred County, N.D. Survivors: two sons, three half-brothers, John, Nicholas and E. Allyn, Renten, and two grandchll, Tony, White lmon, and Ralph, Van- Frank Reuse, all of Chicago, and dren. West Funeral Home. couver; daughter, Mrs. Kotharlge COLUMBUS, Ohio, (NC)A prayer for firemen four grandchildren. Hedgcock-Funerol Pruter, Vancouver; three brotheel, Frank Jantzer, Portland, and JoB and written by the Catholic chaplain of the Columbus Home, Langley. BATES, Joseph, 74, 932 Stone Ave. Mort Jantzer, both ot North Ddkota. N., died May 27. ReduCes MOV 29 ond two slsters, Mrs. Anna Kelley, Fire Department'is beingdlstributed by a local of the McKenna st. Benedict Church. Burial Calvary. Vancouver, ond Elizabeth JantIr, Born In Beatrice, Nob. Came here 12 North Dakota. Hamllt0n-Mylan Funersll flremen's union here. years ago. Wa,s a retired stationary Home. EECKER, Joseph J., , died May engineer. Survivors: wife, Margaret; Prepared by Rev. Lawrence O'Connor, who is 21. Requiem Ma 24 St. Margaret Mrs, Richard Stewait, Mrs. John M0r- stationed at St. 3aleph cEthed. Mary Church. Bur/al Tacoma. CoIvory, tens," Mrs. Robert Chubbock, oll of Bern In Poland and lived here 40 Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Leone Balder. BIRTHS ral and has been a fire de- and obstinate to temptations, years. Retired mlllworker. Survivors: son, Dodge City, Kon.; Mrs. Helen partment chaplain since 1959, wife, Josephine; son, Harold, Amber, Tramblle, Gardena, Calif.; tl rand. Wash.; five grandchildren. Cassedy and .children. Hoffnor'o FIsher-Kalfus Fun, the prayer seeks the interces- "In troubles or riots, give us BELI;INGHAM -, St. Joseph NPlh sion of St. FloriEn, patron of strength to be efficient; in Allen Mortuary. erol Home. algndreportsMrs.: ths following birthS, to MF. firemen, times of great danger, give us gASSER, Mrs. Ruth ., St, 6043 Dan Olney, boy, May 11. John Gregor, boy, May 1. the ability to be calm and en- Monroe 31st AV0, S., died May 25 from a fire John Lane, bey, Mdy 22. Local 67 of the International able us to impart assurance tD in her home. Requiem May  St. Association of Fire FightBrs is MILLER, Mrl. Jolephlne, 97, Route Edward Church. Eurla Ca vary. B0rn underwriting the cost of the those who verge on pEnic. CHEHALIS -- St. Hol*n Hesplhl| One, died May 20. Requiem May 24 In Harwick, Pa. Cqme here In 1933 rsberts the followlnt blrthl ta MI'. "You know, be]oved St. Flora st. Mary Church. Born In Romania. from M0rgantown, W: Vs. Survivors: Came here from Canada In 1954. ,Sur- son, David E. Baleen, and a dugh, end Mrs.: printing of the prayer nd its ion, from the sacrifice of your vlvers: daughter, Amelia R. King, ter, Clare Bassen, both of Seattle; and Gerry Yeager, girl, May 1S. distribution. Fathor O'CoEner BE'.'d the own life for the sake of your Monroe; soft, Bert Gorger, Seattle; a brother, Kenneth F. HInal, Marys. Donald Dorka<;ht, boy, May |4. three grandchildren and four great, villa, Col/f. Columbl0 Funeral Home. prayer was prepared in re- faith, that the fireman's tot grandchildren. Purdy & Kerr Funeral LONIVlEW ., St. John NltspIhll reports the following b!rth$ ta Mr. sponse tG equeBtB Of (ire- on earth is not R|wsys p|eA- Home, DUKI, Patrick, 21, died In en auto- and Mrs.: : melt. The priest said he could sent one; but your sense of moPlle acctdent May 25. Requiem May Roy Jamao, boy, May 23. 27 St. Anne Church. Burial Ca vary. Glenn Wilson, girl, May 24. not find a prayer already duty that so pleased God, your Olympia Born In Sea,t,e o,d hod ott.nd, Lau,, E,bo, boy, May 2,. written so he began work on courageous strength that BO Queen Anne High School. Survivors: father, Charles F. Duke, Seattle; SEATTLE Providence Hospltol one himself, overwhdmed the devil, and FRANK, Thomas P., 20, killed In an auto occident near LIIIiwoup May 24. mother, Mrs. Murlel Jones Ferndo e; reports the following blrths to Mr. ThE copyrighted prayer tel- your saintly self-control giVE Requiem May 20 St Michael Church. sisters, Mrs. Donald E Dunham and d Mrs.: Charlotte Duke; brother, Michael, and Roy Vetto, girl, May 19. us,,MakeinSpiration, fearless in Burial Calvary. Born In Great Falls, grandmother, Mrs. William J Duke, Donald Waterman, boy, MaY |I. Mont. Lived molt of his life hera. all of Seattle; and grandfather, Merle George Dover, girl May 21. [w's%t. Florian, heaven's patron us as Graduate et Olympia High School. Bernhardt, Ferndale, Mann ng pnd Bans Atollnor Orteda, girl, May 2t. Of firemen, who once was de- practicing the laws of Go({ Member of the U.S. Navy stationed Funeral Home. on the U$S Catamount at Pod Angeles. Lawrence DaLorenze glrb May I. dicated to the service of your as we are brave in protecting survivors: mother, Edna Frank, Olym. Bernard Klewln, boy, May . , fellowman as an official in the the tires and property of our pie; father, PouI George Frank, GrimE KAZMIRSKI, Victor, 76, 3709 S.W. Wallace Prunella, boy, May 22. Falll, ManE., brother Paul Jr., Sattle Alaska St., died May 21. Repulem May Donald Ross, boy, May . army of Rome, took kindly up. fellowmen, MIIlt and Mills Funeral Home. 25 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Col- James LeRoy, boy, May 22. on your earthly force, desirous "And when we answer our vary. Born In Poland, Ltved hare 24 Lea de AIvaral, boy, May 1, years. Employed by Mognussan Furnl, Jan Hanna, girl, May . of preservin our fellowman final alarm, enroll us in your - ,lace v Parish ,o,e co.. until his retlremont seven Joseph Crotty, ,Irl May 23. from dangers to life and prop, heavenly force, where we will years ago. Survivors: wife, Maxtne; Willlgm Walker, air,, May 23. two sons, Joseph and Yony, Seattle, Roy LIffell, boy, May 24. erty. be as proud to protect the C i Give us cool heads, stout throne of God as we have been Ist ommun on Onochopel.four grandchildren. West Home GeneRudy Cochrane,Rl,lera, girl,glrl' MayMay ,24" Manuel Agullor, boy, Mg 2S. hearts, strong muscles, an in. to protect th city of men. To OLM., John, 1534 N,W. th. Re. " stinct for prudent investigation Amen., mmorrow lulem May 24 St. Alphonsgs Church0 TACOMA -- St. Joseph HosplNII Burial Calvary. Member of the Hely rePorts thl follewln$ blithe fo Mr' : and wise judgment. LACEY--Fifty4hree children Name Society, 44th District Democratic and Mrs,: "Make us the terror of arson- will receive "their First Com, Cub. Survivors: wife, Amy; son, Ar- Vance West, boy, May 13. children isis, the friends of If you haven't beefl TEading thur, Seattle; brother, Frederlcks Bruce Klngsland, boy, May 14. reunion tomorrow, 3une 1, the Youngwood, Penn.; sisters, Mrs. Jose- RodneY HanSon, IIrl, May 14 nhine Gamble, Franklin Lakal, N.J., Jorrold Weldngr, pay, May 14. and law-Bbiding citizens, kind The Progress advertPemBEt, Vigil of Pntecost at the ]0 Mrs. Doratheo Dugan and Mrs. Helen Robert Ross, girl, May t4 to the frightened, polite to you have blt Iosin$ mooey, bores, strict with lawbreakers, ]Read d profit, a.m. Mass at Sacred HeErt Kellner, NOw Kensinglon, Penn. H0ff, John McKenna, girl, Mdy 1S. OUR PARISH chu,. '].llt RBv. A,s,r ,ao her's PIIbor-Kalfgs Funerol Home. CharlesRobert James.Plsher' gtrl,aY'MoyMaY15.1S" len, O.S.B., is the pastor. PATTON, CoL Thomas E., 58, died Dvld BlrraBs, grb May 16, May 24. Requiem May 27 Chapel at Joseph Clusseroth, girl, May t7. "The lBdies of St. Martha " the Pines, Fort Lawton Burial Arlln- David Wilson, girl, May 11. ::::::!::.Ir::.;% . sanding Officer of Ft. Lowton HOS- Clarence Miller, girl, May 19. ::;,:;:''-' :; social hour following the Mass. plEat. Born In Springfield, III. Received Charles HUes, boy, May 20. '  his medical degree from the St. Louis Carl Painter, boy, May 20. i i :;: The children are: university School of Medicine. Before Michael Flannll;n, boy, May 21. nor, Paul Brown, Charles Brownoll, was chief of the Medloal Intelligence Robert Barton, 91rl, May 22. Division, Army Surgeon Gem=rgl's Of. Everefl King, boy, May L. .,,...j John Bruenn, Daniel Crlsco!a, Randy flee, Washington, D.C. Held master Egolt, Jonas Gylys, Nicholas Impag- . ltalzo, Gregory Reefer. of public health, degree from Johns p! Hopkins University. Survivors; wife, Indians Seek Slephen Kepp, Richard LaIente, Alice Frances; mother, Mary E. of Jeffrey Pambertonr Joseph Plff, Roten. T,x; daught.r, su. A,,.; .n, Cha ains ": DeallO$ lchmldt, Kevln SburBIn, Thomas E, III; brother. Edward N. Brian VanCamp, William Wade, Klvllt et Reran, Tax. lUfforworth Funeral ERNAKULAM, India (C)-- Wllllams, Carozon Aptal. Home. " Ellsabeth Salbler, Jacquelyn Balbler, The Indian Army recruiting of- Cerolyn Boron, Ruth Brownell, Co- SIMPRON, Apulonlus 1 621 $. lice bore is seeking Catholic, cilia Co0mes, Karen Craord, Potrlcla King St., died May 21. Relulem May Protestant and Moslem chap Dorian, Rhonda Egalf, Patriclo Fee- 7 Our Lady Chapel, St. Jemel Cathe- nay, Laurie Godderls. dral. Burial Holyrood. Born In , loins: to serve the Indian sot- Pamela Hollenbeck, Lulnda Kin. Philippine Islands. Came hero more diets in the border conflict  1 ' darmonn, Jedy Kruegor Anllo Kudr- thn $0 years ago. Had several rela. na, BeatrlCl Lucklnnlll, Theresa M fives In the Philippines, but none here. a:atnst the Chinese Reds. MulIIn, Katbleen Morrell, Lynn Mar, . John Kalln Funeral Home. roll, Kathl0en Murphy, Monlg Mur- ray, Karen Hess. SlMIC, MarlJan (Mike), "/3, 611 S. Kofhleen O'Brlen, Karin O'Nell, Mm', King St,, died May 19. Requiem MOy tyce Grr, Sheryle Orr, Bonnie Owens, 25 Church of the immaculate Burial Gall Peters, Sandra Roy, Kofhleen Holyrood. Born In Yugoslavia. Came Ryan, Cynthia 5chmldt, Suzanne $enn, here from Anchorage, Alaska In t91Y. Ltnda Swezay, Irmgard Trent. Member of the Croatian Proternal Union of America and Loyal Order ef Moose. Survivors: O brathe's, Jalmv and MerLe, both In Yugoslavia. Bolt. Mail Course Attracts ..y-Watson Fu.,r, Ham,. 10,000 Indians POONA, India, May 27 (NC) --A correspondence course in CASSIDY religious instruction operated by the Catholic Enquiry Center here has drawn applications Funeral Home from 10,000 non-Catholics. These enrolleeB are being Robert Cassidy, Pre#. Bent an introductory course in 50 "Know.Christ" letters, which James Cassidy, Vice Pre. are written either in English r',;c,me f.e#,#l or in one of two Indian lan- "... md above aU we must remember that man is aot guages. E V E R E T T a, lll&lt" The center hEs 370 volunteer 3001 OAKE$ AI. 2-21711 helpers to work with the mail- , ing list.