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' ,o,w,,,,- PROGRESS SELL WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, MINIMUM CHARGE: S1  3 Lines Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE t PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 90}' TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 CONTRACTING FOR Roof Repairing, new roofs, gaffers, and downspouts, asbestos and composi- tion siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed JS work. Coil C. R, Marcye,. EA 4-84111. PAINTER 1,t class. Your point, my tool,. Save by hr. or lob. References. MA2- 9615. Ask for Paul. PAINTING SERVICE. Interior & Exter- Iors, Residential. WALTER P. NELSON --7553 19th NE. LA 3-6985. NEW BUILDING, remodeling, repairs. Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phil Gregersen, ME 3.5518. HOUSECLEANING, w o I I s, woodwork, floors. "Established 1954." ME 2-5420 TREES TOPPED, taken down and re- moved. Earl LeClalr, PA 5-7805 or Low It, Trudeau, CH 3-8947. FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXlCANA Mexl-ente,sen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE 5.1480 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 1 BEDROOM abartment in newer four- plex. Colored appliances, carpet, drupes. Near St. Brendan's. 190th and 100th N.E. $65.00. PA 2.5499. ST. BENEDICT'S. 1 block from Blanchet. 2 bedroom house. Full basement with finished room. Appliances. ME 3.2531 t evenings and weekends. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH LOWER duplex, furnished. 2 bedrooms. Exceptionally clean. New tiled kitchen and bath. Suitable business couple or young married. Very near church end schools. ST. PATRICK'S PARISH NICE, big family home. 4 bedrooms plus recreation room and view. $120 month. Lease and references. McCUTCHEN RLTY., MA 4.2377 or EA 2-5611. REDECORATED, furnished 3-raom ground floor nporfment. Fireplace. Close in. t Parking. $58. EA4-5238. HOLY FAMILY Parish. 3 bedraoms; full basement. On busllne. Near shopping. $85 a month. CH 2-9147. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credlt RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5-1378 Redmond GREETING CARDS VALENTINES FOR LESS Catholic Cards--Gltt Wrap--Note Paper HOOVER VACUUMS FOR LESS Service & repair your cleaner, $3.50 5306 Roosevelt Way LA 2-4671 HELP WANTED HELP TH.-- EXTENSION LAY VOLUN- TEERS. The Catholic Church Exten,lon Society wonts representatives to sell Exten,lon Magazine. Local territory Oregon, Washington and Montana. Start-  log salary, fringe benefits. Write P.O. JL_Box 6426, Tlgord, Ore. Phone ME 9-2214. ANTED HOUSEKEEPER, Non-smoker. One-priest rectory. Southern Washing- ton. Wonderful opportunity right person. Reply by letter only. Box "K" The Pralines. MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor People,= Prices New and used steel and plpe. U.S. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 541100 METSKER MAPS Seattle--Ta coma--Portland CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everything In the Map Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES III II NURSING HOMES SOUTH HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated IN BURIEN Individual care for all types and does. Rates you can handle. For detailed Into. phone owner. WE 74346--CH 3-3056. Wash. State LIc. No. 491 RESTFUL MANOR ONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE , : REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2000 AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 2411) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 WEST HAVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated in West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. j WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 (Wash. state IIc. No. 33113 State LIc. No. 69 1703 California Ave. S.W. WE7.9750 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated Nationally accredited for intensive care. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) iiii ii PERSONAL DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WiLL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE-- MA 3-9065. I'A'RE YOU "INTERESTED In helping a child-In need of a temporary home? If you are, please call Catholic Childrens Services of Tacoma, BR2-9359 for In- formation on foster care. We need your assistance. Catholic Children's Services of Tacoma, 1310 No. "1" St., Tacoma, Wash. FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have on urgent need for temporary foster homes for Infants as well a, older children. Board rote, medical core and clothing are provided by the agoncy. If you are Interested, please coil. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDREN$ SERVICES THERE IS urgent need for Catholic Fos- ter Parents to care for newborn babes --Plea,e coil Catholic Children's Serv- Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. PLUMBERS SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS LS01 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-685S j POSITIONS WANTED PRACTICAL OR COMPANION Experienced oll types illness. Home duty. References. MA2-6264 evenings. CONSCIENTIOUS and reliable Catholic girl wants babysitting and/or housework after school or weekends. Lives In Cathedral district. Reply by letter. Box "O" The Progress. TAX RETURN PREPARATION INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE Our sixth year. Your place or our=, Tel. ephone Inquiries welcome. A. L. An- derson. PA 2-6126 or PA 5-9314, ANYTIME .:. PHONE: MA 2.8880--Ext. 61 I HOMES PaR SALE St. Luke's 4 BEDROOMS. 2 BATHS $18,95o SWEDISH FIREPLACE FAMILY ROOM FIRST TIME ADVERTISED Paint Your way to $1,800 profifl Y. $1,800 con be saved if you want to use o little elbow adlon. This home Is not as dirty as Indicated--It Is lust that the owners are anxious. Sltuated high on a hill and only a couple of blocks to St. Luke's. It will go In a hurry. The built-in vacuum cleaner, dishwasher, and drapes ore included, but be fast or be sorry. There le only one like this. Call on Ad 178. PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, iNC. 18332 AURORA AVE. N. LI 2-3184 LA 3-0300 OUR LADY O' LAKE Wedgwood Sharp rambler on manicured grounds. B-I-G bedrooms, new furnace, sunny kitchen and attached garage. Cnl[ Pat Hentschell (Member Our Lady of Lake), LA 4-S010. HILLCREST REALTY 3414 N.E. th 3ASH POINT, next door Catholic church. Older perfect family home, 2,200 square feat. 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, large stone fireplace, ample storage, basement, dou- ble garage, lovely grounds, water view. Near school and shopping. 15 minutes to Tacoma. $21,500. 6523 Dash Petnt Blvd. N.E., Tacoma. WAverly 7-3957. NEAR ST. ANNE'S Large, good family home. 4 bedrooms, double plumbing, full basement, modern kitchen. 1/2 block to bus. Patio. Garages. Easy contract. $16,500. AT 3.0234. ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH Charming 3.bedroom home. Pennsylva- nia Dutch. 1V2 baths, wall-to-wall car- potlng, drapes. Fenced yard with patio. F.H.A. appraised $17,250. EA 3-7443. NEAR ST. JOSEPH. By owner. Five bed- rooms, hardwood floors, corner fenced lot. Below FHA $16,500. EA3-7148. i TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edword'e Parish" PA. 3-1112 I LEGAL NOTICES m,m CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE "Quality Lne" Woodland Park Colonial $450 Down With sweeping unobstructoble view, quail. ty older home in excellent condition. Extra large entertaining size living rm. and dining rm., 4 bdrms., 2 baths, and full bsmt. Loads of extras! Don't wait --Call EM 3-1400 on Ad No. 308. North. gate Homes, 11300 Roosevelt Way N.E. OWNER. Close Assumption. 3 bedrooms, full basement, dining room. $13,250. LA 4-4998. ST. ANNE'S Near high school, 3 bedrooms. Double plumbing, full basement, detached ga- rage. Ntce yard. Only $16,500. Evenings call Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 111/2 ' Boston AT 3-5511 BURIEN ST. BERNADETTE'S MARINE VIEW 4 BDRMS. DAYLIGHT BASEMENT $24,950 Out Of the ordinaryi Modernistic features such as: Central split entry In Idaho mica with Inlaid cork steps. Vaulted beam ceilings--Spacious IIv* ing room with unusual frea-stonding fireplace on raised hearlh--blg pic- ture windows frame spectacular view of Sound and Olympics. Bath off master bdrm.--Dayllght lower level has recreation rm. area, 2nd ilia- place, bath and flnl,hed 4th bdrm. Situated on quiet dead-end etreet-- Hurry, Call CH 3-1530. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 1st Avenue So. --5-- Immaculate 5 bedroom home In St. Jo- seph's Parish. Has large living room, wall-to-wall carpeting, drape,, moder- nized kitchen with new dl,hwa,her. 2 baths, recreation room in full basement. Truly a buy at only $20,500. C.all Mary Bracelin, EA 3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. EA 5.0700 ST. FRANCIS PARISH. Gregory Heights. 3 bedrooms, den or 4th bedroom. Large recreation room, living room, wall-to-wall carpeting and drapes, dining room, completely built-in kitchen, breakfast room. Appraised $26,500. Call CH 3-5617 after noon. Reasonable otter accepted. 5 BEDROOMS COLONIAL WITH FULL BASEMENT $22,500 - - - $1,400 Down dream home for a large family. Two finished levels plus full basement with glass doors to lovely wooded back yard. Imagine over 3,000 sq. ft. of living area, 2 full baths, 2 fireplaces, bultt-in kitchen. Just 2 blocks from 'Catholic church and school. Curbs, sewers, sidewalks are In. Only one, so hurryl DISPLAY HOMES PR 6-2175 JEFFERSON PARK WALK TO ST. GEORGE'S Lovely two-level home featuring 4 bed. rooms, 1% baths, 2 fireplaces, recrea- tion room, over-sized lot and view su- preme. Owner has purchlsed another home and has reduced his price to S22,950. Act now! Phone PA 3-8500 anytime. WALLACE REALTY 5515 Empire Way So. PA 3-&.q0( ST. JOHN'S FHA appraisal $15,775 5 bedrooms, sewing room. eating ,pace in kitchen. Large living and dlnlnc rooms, basement, detached garage. 011 furnace. PA 5-0374. BLESSED SACRAMENT one block. S big bedrooms, IV= baths, fireplace, ba,ement. Make offer. LA 3-7854. Month's Mind Mass For Fr. Orpen A Month's Mind anniversary requiem Mass will be said for the repose of the soul of Fath- er 3oseph Orpen Wednesday, Feb. 3 at St. Philomena's Church. CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 213 4th Avo. S., P.O. Box 26 Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of M,RY AMENY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 179322. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby glven that the un- dersigned has been appointed and ha, qualified as executor of the estate of Mary Amendy, Deceased; that oil persons WE'LL buy your house If you'll buy ours. PR 6-0131 JONES BROS. RLTY. 860 Edmonds Way Edmonds QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 ST. EDWARD'S Legal duplex. 5 rooms down with full basement. Landscaped, view lot. To- gether with 4-room apartment. 2 ga- rages. Near complete ,hopping and bus. $11,500. Nothing down F.H.A., contract, or lease with option. This property con be bought with a very small In- vestment for costs of financing only. SEWARD PARK REALTY PA 5-3300 4-BEDROOM house. Walking distance to St. Brendan's Church and new school. Built-In dishwasher and range. Un- finished family room. Patio. Cash far equity. $100 payments. HU 6-1871. CHRIST THE KING PARISH 4 bedrooms on one. 12-year-old rambler. 2 baths, beautiful birch kitchen, built- in appliances. Large fencesl yard. $16,- 800. SU 3-6832. LEGAL NOTICES ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Snaffle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of WaShington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of J. HER- BERT SHULENE, Deceased. In Probate. No. 179368. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- No. Capitol Hill 7 BEDROOMS St. Joseph's Most attractive tamlly home In excellent condition. Spaciousness! Large living room, den, and dining room. Modern kitchen with splendid eating alcove. 4 large bedrooms on second floor, three bedrooms on third floor. Triple plumb- ing. Wonderful party room In lower level. Cecil Sally landscaped and sprln- klered. Rear yard enclosed. Reallstlcolly priced at S21,000. Call Mrs. Manco, EA 2-5251 or EA 5-1982. Merlen J. Moore Co., Realfor 405 15th East EA 5-4000 $13,950 S'. CATHERINE'S PARISH Specious living room, separate dining room, nice kitchen with eating space, 3 bedrooms (HUGE MASTER), utility room. Wall-to-wall carpet included. Ex- cellent condition. New roof. Fenced yard. COLONIAL REALTY 7527 Bothell Way N.E. , LA 3-7090 Sunset Hill "Full Brick Beauh/" ONLY $14,950 Solid, modern, brick home In a very choice districfl 3 bedrooms, full bsmt., level lot. Easy contract terms or S250 dn. FHA. New list- Ing and It's priced to sell! Call ME 2-4200, EM 2-5774, Marie Moss Rlty., 17,16 N. 45th. FOUR-BEDROOM home, V/2 baths, on lot 115x160 feet. Walking distance from St. Thomas More parish school. F.H.A. appraised $16,000. 6925 176th St. S.W., Edmonds. Phone 743-3797. having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same dulY l verified, on said executor or his atfarneysJ of record at the address below steted, and J file the same with the Clerk of ealdJ Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of flrst J publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication January 22, 1965. I PAUL AMENY, JR. Executor of sold Estate. 213 4th Ave. So., P.O. Box 26 Kent, Wash. Curran & Curran Attorneys for Estate, 213 4th Ave. So., P.O. Box 26 Kent, Wash. P--Final 2/5/65 JEROME L. JAGER Afforney 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT (3F THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of ORA LEE BUCKNER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 179264. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. signed hae bean appointed and has quail- fled a, Administrator with will annexed , of the estate of Oro Lee Bucknes, De- ceased; that all person, having claims against laid deceased are hereby re- quired to serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or hi, otterney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publl- cation of this notice, or the lama will be barred. Date of first publication January 22, 1965. ROBERT WILLIAMS Executor of sald Estate. 3205 South Judklns Street Seattle, Wash. Jerome L. lager' AttorneY for Estate, 1010 Logan Building Slaffle, Wash. P--Flrml 2/5/65 CUMMINS & HARRIS Attornoys 10011 Olympic National Bldg. Snaffle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Moiler of tho Estate of KATH- ERINE M. SLOAN, Deceased. In Pro- bate. NO. 179263. Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given thar the under- signed has been appointed and has quali- fied as Administrator of the above en- titled estate; that all persons having claims against said decoa,ed are hereby required to serve the some, duly veri- fied, on said Administrator or his at- torneys of record at the address below signed has been appointed and has quail- ST. JOSEPH'S fled as odmlnistratrlx of the estate of' -. Herbert Shulene Deceased" that -II 14 aearooms and a sleeplng porch, 2 full " ' ' " baths hardwood floors hot water heat persons having claims against sald de- ,_ ' .... ' ...... =, ,= h=reb v r,,ul,,, +^ .,iv= h=t tar appomtmem to see, Call /Vrs. Mur- ........ " ' "' ......... phy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626 same, duly verified, on said admlnlstrotrlxt w,,,e= n ..,..= " or her attorney of record at the addresslo,.r ,.=NT ........... NC.^ .. .,a.. L.A = 56=6 below stated, and file the same with o,, ,,.=. qa,,, . L., -oo the Clerk of said Court, together wlthIcOOPERATIVE apartment by owner proof of such servlce with n six months t Near St. Anne's Church Excellent value' after the date of first publication of this t AT 3-7459. ' ' notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication January 22, 1965. " AUSTA G. SHULENE Admlnletratrlx of said Estate. 910 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Alexander L. Coln Attorney for Estate, 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. P--Final 2/5165 $WEENEY & SPRINGER Aflorneys 719 Arctic Bulldlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Wo,hlngton for King County. In the Matter of the Estate of MYRON S.  MOSS, Deceased. In Probate. No. 170959. Notice to Creditors. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned ha, been appointed and has qualified es Admlnl,trotrlx with will an- nexed of the estate of Myron S. Moss, Decea,ed; thai all persons havlng claims agaljnst said decea,ed are hereby re- qulred to serve the lame duly verified, on said Admlnl,fratrlx with will annexed or her attorneys of record at the address below efated, and file the some with the Clerk of laid Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or tho same will be barred. Dote of first public, Ion January 29, 1965. KATHERINE L. MOSS, Admlnlstrofrlx/wwa of the Estate of Myron S. Moss, I I LEGAL NOTICES MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Afforneys 563 Olympic Notional Life Building Seaffle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washlngten for the County of King. ,In the Mutter of the Estate of MARIE C. DRUMMOND, Deceased. In Prabofe. No. 179416. Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of MARIE C. DRUMMOND, Decea,ed; that oil per- sons having claims agalnst lald deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on laid 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 wlthln six months after the date of first publication of thl, notice, or the same will be barred.. Date of first publication January 29, 1965. JOHN M. WILSON, Executor of ,aid Estate. c/o S63 Olympic Notional Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 90104 MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estete, Dec'd. 563 Olymplc National Llfe Bulldlng, 719 Attila Bulldlng, Seattle, Wash. 93104 Seattle, Washington P--Flhol 2-12-65 JOSEPH A. SWEENEY of --'-CH--'O-,'-A-LFIBRIA-NO-- SWEENEY & SPRINGER, Aftorneye Afforneys for said Estate, 56,10lymplc National Life Bldg. 719 Arctic Building, Seattls, Wash. 90104 Seattlo, Washington P--Final " '"" i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE ="'I State of Washington for the county Of SWEENEY & SPRINGER King Attorneys 717 Arctic Bulldlng Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Wo,hlngton for King County In the Moiler of the Estate of OCTAVIA MURPHY, Deceased. In Probate. No. 179254. Notice to Creditors. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned ha, been appointed and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Octavia Murphy, Deceased; that oil per- In the Matter of th,e Estate of MARCELLE BOPREY, Decedsed. In Probate. No.. 179134. Notice Ta Cred- I fare. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed have been appointed and have qualified as Co-Executors of the estate of MARCELLE BOPREY, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said co-executors or their attorneys of record stated, and file the same with the Clerk sons having clatms against said deceased of sold Court, together with proof of are hereby required to serve the same such service, within six months offer the duly verlfiedr on the said Executor or date of first publication of this notice or his aflorney of record at the address the same will be barred, below stated, anti,tile the same wlth the Date of first publication January 29 Clerk of latd Court, together with proof 1965. of such service within six months after WILLIAM H. SLOAN, the date of first publlcotion of this no- Admlnlstrotar of ,aid Esfafa. lice, or fhe lame will be barred. 1008 Olymplc National Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 CUMMINS & HARRIS, Attorneys for Estate, 1008 Olymplc. Notional Bidg, Seattle, Wash. 98104 P--FInal 2-12.6S ALICE O'LEARY RALL$ Attorney S01 Third Aveaus Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of Klngo In the Matter of the Estate of MARY S. MEIGHEN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 179344. Notice To Creditors. Notice i, hereby given that the un- dersigned ha, been appointed and hoe qualified as Executor of the estate of MARY $. MEIGHEN, Deceased; that oil persons having claims against eold decea,ed 'are hereby requlred to ,erve the same, duly verified, on said Execu- tor or its attorney of record at the ad- dress below ,tated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such eervIco within ,Ix months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. 1965Date. of first publlcoflon January 29, SEATTLE-FIRST NATIONAL BANK Executor of sold Estate. By JAMES E. WEBER, Trust Officer, Box 3586, Trust 'Department, Seatlie, Wash. ALICE O'LEARY RALLS, Attorney for Estate, 501 Thlrd Avenue, Seattle, Wash. P--Flnal 2-12-6 DATE of first publication January 1Sth, 1965. JOHN A. MtLOT Executor of said Estate Address: 717 Arctic Building Seaflle, Washington JOSEPH A, SWEENEY of SWEENEY & SPRINGER Afforneys for Estate 717 Arctic Building Seattle, Washington P--Final 1-29-65 JEROME L. JAGER at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publi- cation of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication January 151h, 196S. EDWARD K. BOPREY, ROBERT A. BOPIEY, Co-Executors of said Estate. 563 Olympic National Llfe Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 MOSCHETTO, ALFRIERI & DRIANO, i Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 P--Ftnal 1- M0SCHETTO, ALFIERI & IklANO Attorney, 513 Olympic National Llfa Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 9gt04 Attorney IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE 1010 Legan eulldtng State of Washlngt0n for the County of Seattle, Wash. King. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE In the Matter of the Estate of State of Washington for the County oil PERRY E. THOMPSON, Decease. In In Probate No 170763 Notice To Crod InKtge Matter of the E,fate of Joseph Ito... " ' " Woolev Decea,ed In Probate No Not ce Is herepy given that the under- 178947'Notlco to Credltoro " " signed has been alpelnted and has Net[ce ie hereby alven that the under.Jqualifled as Administrator of the estate -  f signed has bean appointed and has quail- o PERRY E. THOMPSON, Decoosed; fled as Administrator of the estate ofjthof all persons having claims against Joseph Wooley, Deceased; that all per.[said decea,ed are hereby required to sons having claim, against sold decea,ed/serve the same duly verified, on said are hereby required to serve the same[LARRY V. WYNN or his attorneys of duW verified, on sold Administrator or record at the address below stated, and the attorney of record at the address be- file the same with the Clerk of said low ,tared, and file the same with the Court, together with proof of such sarv- Clerk of said Court, together with proof ice within six months after the date of of such service wflhin six months afterlflrst publication of this notice, or the the date of first publication of this no- some will be barred. rice, or the lame will be barred. Date of first publication January 15fh, Date of first publication January 22, 1965. 1965. T /s/LARRY V. WYNN, /s/JEROME L. JAGER ! Administrator of said Estate. Administrator o) said Estate. 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., 1010 Logan Building Seattle, Wash. 98104 Snaffle, Washington DOMINICK V. Drlano of /s/Jerome L. lager MOSCHETTO, ALFiERI & DRIANO, Attorney for Estate, Attorneys for Estate, 1010 Logan Building 1563 Olympic National Lifo Bldg., $1mttle, Wal. j Seattle, Wash. 98104 P--Final 2/5465| P--Final 1-29.6S All are welcome to attend. Requiem Mass For Seminary Benefactor CONCRETE--Requiem Mass will be said for Miss Annice Margaret Lang at Immaculate Conception Church, Mount Ver- non, February 4 at 10 a.m. Father Patrick O'Brien, pas- tor of Immaculate Conception, wiU be celebrant of the Mass which is sponsored by the Nor- them Deanery of the Archdioo. esan Council of Catholic Wom- en. Miss Lang left a generous legacy to the Pontifical Soci- ety for Priestly Vocations at St. Edward and St. Thomas Seminaries for the education of future priests. e,.-k , 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 Rt. Rev. Msgr. 3ames G. Stafford, died Feb. 3, 149. The Rev. Michael Fafara, died Feb. 5, 1914. The Rev. Placidus Houtmeyers OSB, died Feb. 5, 1928. Aberdeen HANNICK, Joseph M., 86, T. 1 Box 118, died January 14. Requiem January 16 St. Mary's Church. Born In Philade(- phlo, Penn., and had lived In Grays Hnrbor 44 years. He was o retired farmer and engineer. Survivors are his wife, Adellne; six sons, Francis and Lawrence, both of Hequinm; Edward, TIIlamook, Ore., Clarence, K i n g George, Virginia, and John, Aberdeen; two daughters, Mrs. Lorraine Palma- tear, Longvlew, and Mrs. Marv Kallam, Oak Harbor; 29 grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Interment Gem Hill Cemetery, directed by Whlt- ,Ida Undertaking Company. Bellingham SHICKLING, Mr=. Ben A. (DorothN M.), $6, 2524 Park StreeL died Janu. ary 24. Requlem January 28 Church of tho Assumption. Llved In Belllng. ham tho past 11 years, Worklng as a registered nurse. Member of the Al- tar Society and the State Nursing As- sociation. Surviving are htr hu,band and one son, beth at the family home; three brothers, John nnd Joseph, both of Devil's Lake, North Dakota, and An- selm of Seeffle; one sl,ter, Mrs. Marie Schert of Devil's Lake. Interment Holy- rood Cemetery, Seattle. Berkeley HEALY, Mrs. Merle L. (Agnel M.), 77, 1342 Oxford Street, died January 22. Requiem St. Mary Magdalen Church January 25. Born In North Doketa, sho wa, a member of the Third Order of St. Dominic and the elessed Sacrament Confraternity. Interment St. Dominic's Cemetery, Bencla, California. Edmonds GIACOLINO, Janlco Dlane, 16, 18602 791h Place West, died January 18. Requiem January 20 Holy Rosary Church. Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Glacollno, slster of Cheryl and Robert. Granddaughter of J. G. GlaoP ling and Mrs. Sophia Dublel. Interment Holy Rood directed by Beck Funeral Home. The family suggests that memor- lafs be glven In the form of contribu- tions to 'the Leukemia Research Foun- dation, Seattle. In Memoriam I Former Companion of Mother Cabrini Dies DENVER, COLO. (NC)- Requiem Mass for Mother Rita, a former close companion of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, was offered January 19 L the chapel of Queen of Heaven Orphanage. The 82-yearold nun died January 16 of a heart attack with a dustmop in her hands while cleaning a room at Mother Rita came to Denver the orphanage she hellzl biuld, in lg07 and set to work at once Born in the slums of Genoa, btdng--for her own supper Italy. in 1883. she came to the end for 250 orphan children at U. S. in 1896. In 1960, on her 60th anniversary es a Religious, she recalled how a friend coax- ed her to go see Mother Cabrini, the Italia-bora roared- tess of the Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart. "I didn't want to o," abe related. "Mother Cabrini'B order was too tongh. All the Sisters walked the BtreetB begging for money. I remem- r she asked me if I would join her order. Me, a 17-year- old glrl from the Italian slums. I said no. "She put her hand on my head and said, 'You will come with us.' I went home and cried for a week. But Mother Cabrlni was right. She won out. Before months I was a novice in her order." Queen of Heaven Orphanage. t was said that while the orphanage building Was under construction the workmen would wait for her to at night so they could get paid. After the mea left, she would go out late at nigkt to le bricks on an elevator and ul them to the top of the structure so the workers would have them first thing in the morning. Around the time Mother Cabrini was canonized in 1946 somebody asked her if she was hapw about the honor being paid her old companion. Replied Mother Rita in er best tongue-in-cheek manner: "Why be happy? She is up there laughing at us while we have to do all the work." Seattle HECKER, Mrs. KathWn SCott, 621 First Ave. W. died January 20. Req. ulem January 23 Sacred Heart Church. Born In King County. Came to Seattle from Black Dlamead. For past 13 yea stenographer San Juan FI,hing & Packing CO. Survivors: two s)sfars, Mrs. Alice Jones and Mrs. Ruth Bar- taluzzl, and a brother, James Scott, nll of Seattle; two other brothers, Wil- llam Scoff, Bellevue, and Waiter Scoff *Snahoml,h. Burial Calvaw. Mannlng & Sons. Seattle STAMPr. Mrs. Lusette A., 2836 10th East, died January 24. Requiem Janu. ary 26 St. Patrick's Church. Survivors: son, John, Senffle; daughters, Alva J. Kalomazea, Mich.; Mr=. Helen Coul. son, Bollevue, Mich., two granddaugh- ters. eurlal Hoiyrood, Green Lake Funeral Home. WARD, Jhn A, /9, 13347 3rd Ave. N.E., died January 24. Regulem Janu. ary 26 St. Matthew's Chure.h. Born. In Dungeness, Clollam County, d lived Beatification Causes Are Examined VATICAN CITY (NC) -- The Congregation of Rites has ex- amined the writings of Bishop Michael Wittman, Father Gio- vanni Battista Mazzucconi, Sis- ter Eugenia Ravasco and Luisa Mazzotta as preliminary steps to their beatification. Bishop Witman was bern in Finkhammer, Germany in 1760, studied at the University of Heidelberg and was ordained Dec. 21, 1782. He was named auxiliary bishop of Regens- burg in 1832 and died there on March 18, 1833. A missionary to Australia, Father MBzzucconi was killed there in 1855. He was born in Rancio, Italy, in 1828, or- dained in 18. and went to Australia the following year. Born in Milan, Italy, in 1845, Eugenia Ravasco in 1871 found- ed the Institute of the Daugh- ters of the Sacred Heart at Genoa. where she died in 1890. Luisa Mazzotta as a child suf- fered serious illnesses which were said to have been borne Seattle CARROLL, James, 63, 108 4th Ave. S. Died January 20. Requiem January 28 Our Lady Chapel, St. James' Cathed- ral. Born Jn Ireland. Moved to Boston In his youth. Came to Seattle from Chi- cago In 1925. Survivors: brother, Jer- ry Carroll, Name, Alaska. Burial Cal- vary. John Kalln Funeral Home. COLASURDO, Gabriel, 71, 8125 16th Ave. S. W. died January 22. Requiem January 26 Holy Family Church. Born In Morrane, Italy. Came to Seattle at age of 16. Worked far Stone & Web- ster. Served In Army In First World War. Was welder and maintenance Worker with Transit System 53 years. Retired six years ago. Member Sons of Italy, American Legion Post No. 1, Seattle, and Local 6 of Amalgamated Transtt Union. Charter member Holy Family Church. Survivors: hi, wife, Glovannlna; two sons, Phlillp M. and Dr. Angelo J. Colasurdo, both of Port- land, Oregon. 14 grandchildren. Burial Holyread. Yarlngton's White Cenfar Mortuary. CONROY, Miss Emma M., 2449 Queen Anne Ave. N. died January 19. Redulem January 22 St. Anne's Church. Born In Fall River, Mass. Came here 55 years ago. Owned Wom- en's apparel shop In University Dis- trict 30 years, retiring In 1958. Was charter member Ltttle Flower Court, C.D.A. and member of St. Anne's Al- tar Society and St. Agnes' Circle. Sur- vivor=: two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth O'Brlon and Helen G. Conroy, both of Senttlo. Burial In Calvary. Manning & Sons. FAGNANT, Albert, 02, 922 E. Denny Way, died January 22. Requiem Janu- ary 26 Our Lady Chapel of St. Jomes Cathedral. Born in Fargo, N. D. Moved here from Montana In 1903. Was shoe salesman number of years. Then Joined Endlcatt-Johnson Shoe Co. Later wan partner in Hoyt-Beverage CO. 25 years, retiring In 1961. Was Ilte member Seattle Elk, Lodge. Sur- vivors: son, Ward T. Fagnant, Chino Lake, Callf.; two sisters, Mrs. Ella Imlach, Seattle, and Mrs. Cecilia Rags- dale, LOS Angeles; five grondchlldron atd five great-grandchlldron. Burl01 Holyrood. B(eltz Funeral Home. Doctors of St. Seattle there. Farmed until retiring 14 ynors ago when he moved to Seattle., SurvIv. HEILEI Harold, 49, 6701 Emplre ors: daughters, Mrs. Rlchard Fitzger. Way S., dled January 22. Requiem aid, Mrs. VerDe Mofrlottl and Mrs. January 25 St. Edward's Church. Born Troy Thoma,, all Seattle; gone, Albert in Seattle. Resided here all hie life. and Dennis, both Seaflle; Patrick, Se- Attended Franklin High School. Wee quire; Jack, Sodro Wealley; and Fin- member Rainier Valley Aerie, Eagles. ton, Sacramento; slsfar, Mrs. Hannah Time-keeper at Todd Shipyards, Corp. 28 years. Survlvors: hts wife, LaVern; three daughters, Barbara Heiler, Seat- fie; Mrs. Fritz Snider, Puyallup, and Mrs. Ed Turgoon, San Fronclsce; a sister, Mrs. Louise Fergustrom, Seat- tle; a brother, Elmer Heiler, In Alaska, and five grandchildren. Burial In Ren- tan. Buflenvorth's Chapel, LAZAR, Mary A.e died January 20. Requiem St. James Cathedral January 25. Entombment fallowed. Butterworth Family Mortuary. MANGIAMELI, Ceacetta L., 8S, Belle- vue, died January 24. Requ/em Janu- ary 26 Sacred Heart Church, Bellevue. Survivors' son, Dr. Cad M. Mangi- amell; daughters, Mrs. John G. Molz, and Mrs. Lee Capelletfl, all of Belle- vue; seven grandchildren; brothers, Monlan, Sedulm; 21 grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren. Burial Holy. rood. Bonney Watson. WlRFS, Mrs. Anna C., 87, 153 N. 371h St. Died January 25. Requiem January 29 St. Benedict's Church. Born In Os- borne, Kan. Moved to Seattle In 1917. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Marguerite L. Lewis and Mrs. Mildred E. Dye;r; and son, Ernest Hoot, all of Seattle; 13 grandchildren; o n e great-grandchild. Burial Calvary. Columbia Funeral Home. Tacoma FATE, Mrs. Ang@o (Frances). Requl. em January 22 St; Rlta's Church, Burial Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, di- rected by Cassldy and Allen Chapel. GRADY, Mlchael J. Regulem January 27 St. Len's Church. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed by GOt. Louis and Joseph Tribulato, Nebraska. fney's Funeral Home. Burial Sunset Hills. Green's Funeral' LOONAM, Mrs. Thomas J. (MIIdrl Home; M.), 70, 619 North I Street, died Jcm- uary 25. Requiem January  St. REIDINGER, Miss Kofhleen, 41, Patrick's Church. Born In St. Paul, 1017 Minor Ave. died January 20. Reqo Minn., and came to Tacoma In 1. ulem January 23, St. James Cathedral 5he via, o teacher of harp and piano Born In North Dakota. Reslded here and well known in Tacoma music Cir. tea years. Was waitress and member ties. Mrs. Loonam was o member of Waitresses' Union. No survivors. Sug- the Fine Arts Aesoclottofl. SurviVing gest any remembrance to Cancer are two sons, Thomas J. Jr. of Louis- Fund. Burial Holyrood. Banney-Watson. vllle, Ky., and J. Bernard of Olympia; ROWAN, Rnlph Melvin 73, 8907 2nd a brother, Dug Dyckman, and a slster, Ave. N.E., died January . Rebulem Mrs. Elleen D. McMaho, both of- January 20 St. Patrick's Church. Born Tacoma; three nephew= and two hieel. In Paranass, Pa. Came to Seattle in 1925. Retired In 1957 as a retell clerk. Vancouver Survivors: wife, Mildred, at home; son, JORGENSON, Marftn J., 70, 410 James A. Rowan; two daughters, Mrs. West 11th Street, died January 24. Reg. Ronald Egan and Mrs. Joseph Byrne; ulem January 27 St. James Church. and 11 grandchildren, all of Seattle. Burial Holyrmxt. Bonney-Wofson. Born In Mlnnelata and lived In-Van- couver the past 40 years. Survivors RUDO, Mrs. John (LIIlian Detla), , 980"2 28th Ave. S.W., dled January 22. Requiem January 25 Holy Family Church. Born In Canada. Lived In Seattle slnce 1923. Survivor=: her hus- band, John; a daughter, MrS. Clyde Schaffer, Seattle; three brothers, Henry and Francis Sevengy, both Sooffle, and Frank Sevengy, Arlington, Snohomlsh County; five sl,ters, Mrs. Jeseph Hourle Mrs. Arnold Hegro and Mrs, James Knoll, oil of Snaffle; Mr=. Rob- ed Petfl,, Bremerton, and Mr=. Mar- are a brother, Joe, Akeley, Mlnn.; and sisters, M. Vergil McDanlel and Mrs. William Shaver, bath of Portland. eurlal St. James Acru, diretad by Hamllton-Mylan Fuoeml Home. Births BELLINGHAM  St. Jolaph'S erol' HOSpII rts the folltRvlng births to Mr. end Mrs.: Charles Robersan, boy, Jannory 24 James Mulligan, glrl, January 24 "with great strength and ser vIn Harris, Twisp, Okaoogan County, ene resignation." She was born in 1900 and died in 1922. Reds Admff Pope's Donation Tariff Free VIENNA (NC) -- Czechoslo- vBkia's, customs officials have granted duty-free e n t r y to $12,000 worth of religious text- books and manuals donated to Catholic seminaries by Pope Paul VI, it was learned here. The books are for the use of theological students at the Bo- hemian seminary in Litomerice and the seminary in the Slovak capital, Bratislava. It was reported at the same time that the Holy See will be able to give financial support to aid in the training of a few seminarians. LEGAL NOTICE '" KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys ,, 907 Arctic eulldlng Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Weshlngton for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of RALPH F. O'DONNELL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 178943. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Administrator of the estate of Ralph F. O'Donnell, Deceased; that oil persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the some duly verified, on said Admlnlstrof0r 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 month, after the date of first publication of this notlco or the some will be barred. Dote of first publication January h, 1965. JOHN D. SPELLMAN Administrator of said Estate 907 Arctic Building Seattle, Wash. KANE & SPELLMAN AttOrneys for Estate, 907 Arctic Building Seaffie, Wash. Final 12-6 "Louis U Develop and four grandchildren. Burlnl Holy- * rood. Yarlngton's White Center Mar- Heart Pump ST.LOUIS (NC) -- A portabIe fluid pump with no moving parts, designed for use in heart operations has been developed by Dr. Alfred Richardson, pro- fessor of physiology at the St. Louis University school of medicine, and Sujoy Guha, a graduate student from Patna, India. The device, which weighs less than a pound, has applica- tions in several other areas, such as in the mechanism of the artificial kidney, the separ- ation of salt from seawater and the reclaiming of water in a space ship. Bonney-Watsan. SHERIDAN, MI,s Genevieve B. 400 W. Mercer St., died January 26. Requi- em January 30 Sacred Heart Church. Born In FOrlbault, Minn. Was registered nurse. Member Altar Guild. Retired af- ter being stationed in Alaska with Bu- reau of Indian Affairs. Dgring World War I served as Red Cross nurse over- sea,. No known survivors. Burial Cat- vary. John Kalln Funeral Home. SKODA, Mrs. Oscar (Maude E.) 77, 403 W. Prospect St. died January 24. Requiem January 28 St. Anne's Church. Born in Oanbury, iowa. Moved here In 1941. Graduate Oberlin College and member of Music and Art Foundation and St. Anne's Alter Society. Her hus- band, Osear S. died In 1957. Survlvor,: daughters, Mrs. Albert A. Kuetz and Mrs. Robert P. St. Germaln, both of LONGVlEW -- St, John's Nesplfat It" ports the f011wlng births b Mr. al Mrs: tuary. Orvn Provoit, boy, January SHEEHAN, John W., 14302 N.E., died Lowrenco Brown, bay, January 19 January 24. Requiem St. Mofthews' Charles Snook, girl, January 1 Church January 27. Survlvors: wife, Wllma; da0ghter, Mary; SOn, Thomas Curia Official W. Sheehan, Seattle. Burial Holyrood. Transferred VATICAN CITY (NC)--Msgr. Alfredo Pariselh, assistant sec- retary of the Congregation of the Council, has been named undersecretary of the Congre- gation of Seminaries and Uni- versities. Seattle; Mrs. Edward G. McMar.kln, Henderson, Nov.; three slsters, Kath- erine Loony, Sioux City, Iowa, and Mrs. Werner M. Welnerf and Mrs. James E. McMurrer, both Of Arllngten Va. and nlne grandchildren, eurtol Holyrood. Ado mo Farkner Foner Home. SIMPSON, Mrs. Jamel A. (Malls A.) 46, 8203 S. ii2th, dlod January 22. Req- ulem January 26 St. Paul's Church. Born In Eden Vnlloy, Minn. Came to Seattle In 1940. Graduated from nurses training In St. Cloud, Minn. In 1939. Nurse at Unltod States Publlc Henlth Four New Sees For Mexico VATICAN CITY (NC)--Pope Paul VI has established four new church jurisdictions Mexico. They are the diocese Hospital until Second World War, then of Ciudad Altamimno--in the enlisted In Army Nurse Corlb In which she was a Flrst Llevtenant. Post slx years worked at Rentan Hospltal. Sur- vlvors: her husband, James, a daugh- ter, Ellen, and a son, Patrick, bofll Sepflln; three brothers, Ben Schaefer st. Paul, Minn.; Paul Schaefer, Helena, Moot.; and Leo Schaefer, Lake Elme, Minn. ,Burial In Renfan. Stakes Mor- taury. BILL BLUME CHEVROLET 2OeYH @ AUROR/  W.DMO NDe. WASHINGTON . CH m" 4'I=N:)LI= "lr ecclesiastical province of Mo- relia--located in Guerrero state about 125 miles south- west of Mexico City; the dio- cese of Tuxtla Gutferraz--suf- fragan of the Oaxaca province --the state capital of Chiepas, on the GuBtemalan border; the diocese of Ciudad VictoriR---suf- ragan of Monterrey--the state capital of Tamaulipas, on the gulf coast just south o Texas; end the prelature millius of Mixtepec--suffragan of Oaxaca --in the southern state of Oax- ico. To Study Atheism PARIS (NC) -- The problem of atheism will be the theme of the 17th meeting of the French Catholic intellectuals to be held in Paris March 10-17. PRospsc'r G.tlll (*Hwm) Mama, of St. Loube lall AT YOUR SERVICE MUSTANG--FALCON GALAXIE--FAIRLANII THUNDERBIRD NEW TRUCKS--USED CARS METKE FORD CO, BELLEVUE The SFt fo BIN LES NORTON AaSlSTANT aALKe MANAII /