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MINIMUM CHARGE: $1 3 Lines HOMES PaR SALE Portal Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. Full Brick PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED Vi gi 9oz TERRY AVE., SEATTL= r nian MA,. 2.0888 Colonial , .USINESSOPPORTUNITIES $19/450 EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Amazing new liquid plastic coating used on oil types of surfoees interior or Large central entry hall ocoented by exterior. Eliminates waxing when op- winding open staircase leading to the plied on Asphalt TIle, Vinyl, Linoleum, 3 massive bedrooms and full both. Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furnl- Master bedroom has private dressing ture. Completely eliminates painting room. Formal dining room, new birch kitchen with built-In appliances. Sep- arate breaktast room off kitchen. Full basement. Located on a well land- scaped corner lot with high hedge for privacy. Call EM 4-1180 to see Ad No. 2. Picture Floor Plans Inc., 13300 Both- ell Way NE. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-1180 "PREVIEW THIS" ST. JOHN'S 4 BDRMS. 2 BATHS -- $17,500 Bright and cheerful, lovely plan In peach of condition, conveniently located near public & parochial schools. Reduced $1,000; $750 Dn. FHA. Drive by 122 NW 77th. Call LA4-4700 on Ad C-77. ST. LUKE'S 4 BDRMS. 2 BATHS -- $23,450 RUG AND UPHOLSTERY Brand new. Unusual find lust blocks from CLEANING Catholic school. 4 bdrms. 2 baths on In your home. main floor with over 1,000 sq. ft. ol KRAMER CLEANER LAS-5450 living area in daylight bsmt. Archl tecturally designed m o one-of-a-kind unusual for its personality and live ability. Call EM4-6100 on Ad C-6. PREVIEW HOMES. and downspouts, asbestos and composl- Assumnfion tion siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4-g481. 4" Bdrm.--2 Bath $20,000 Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phil Outstanding buy in Hawthorne Hills with Gregersen, ME 3-5518. nice view of lake and city. This home FOODDENTERTAINMENT I TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE 5-1480 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 Volunteer Park ON BUSLINE NIce 3.bedroom home. Living room, den and dining rbam plus 1 bedroom and both on first floor. Range and frlgerator. 2 bedrooms up. Full base- ment, garage, nice yard. $110 too. lease. Call Mrs. Manca, EA2.52S1 EA 5-1982. MERLEN J. MOORE CO. 40S 15th East EA5-4000 ROOM, kitchen privileges. Private home on lake near Lake City. Call mornings, EM 3-3485. OFFICE SPACE available. Suitable for general pradltioner of medicine; pre- fer Catholic. Northeast Clinic, 6850 35th NE. LA4-$579. I'hurch. 934 18th Ave. EA3.7947. )aM and kitchenette, $35; private en- trance. 1 block from Immaculate NICE DUPLEX--Roosevelt. 1 bedroom, furnished, newly painted; $70, Includ- Ing utilities. LA5-3290. BALLARD---gne family--351 N.W. 46th St. 4 rooms, 1 bedroom; range, refrig- erator. $65. EA2-6957. Is In spotless condition. Sunny kitchen has dishwasher and eating space. Full basement with playroom. FHA ap- praised. Call Pat Hentschell (Member Our Lady of Lake) LA 4-5010. HILLCREST REALTY 3414 N.E. 65th St. Thomas Parish S16,500 MIN. FHA Three bedrooms, 11/2 baths, partial base- ment0 built-in oven and range, wall-to- wall carpets. Drive by 14844.42nd Ave. So. OPEN HOUSE Sat. & Sun. Call Dewey McQueen CH 4.1600, or CH 3-1764 after $ p.m. St. PalrickIs This roomy home In choice location has four corner bedrooms and full bath on 2nd tioor; large living and dlnlnl rooms, powder room on 1st floor. Mod- ern kitchen, full basement. Priced at $18,500. Call Mary Bra:elln, EA3-8717. CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. EA$-0700 WALKING DISTANCE -- CATHOLIC SCHOOLS, CHURCH & SHOPPING Fast occupancy. Large family rm. 2 baths. 3 bdrms. W-W carpets. Drapes. Bit-In appliances. GI or FHA terms. Only $17,950. Call SH 6-0660--Lake Hills Rlty., Inc. (Eves. SH 6-2456.) ST. EDWARD'S duplex. 5 rooms down with full basement. Landscaped, view lot. To- gether with 4-room apartment. 2 ga- rages. Near complete shopping and bus. $11,500. Nothing down. F.H.A., contract or lease with option This property can be bought with a very small In- vestment for costs of financing only. SEWARD PARK REALTY PA 5-3300 BACHELOR apartments. Clean, quiet, within walking distance of hospitals. Owner--Builder Union Arms & Manor, 604 E. Union. In Des Molnes. Block from St. Philo- ONE-BEDROOM apartment- spacious- mena's Church and school. Three bed- $90. Walking distance to St. Patrick's. rooms, full basement, finished. $3,000 Carpets, drapes, utilities, parking. Tar- below FHA appraisal TR 8-2958. ritorlal view. On busiine. 2032 Eostlake. EA 3-6980. St. Anne's _  Three bedrooms and den. Dutch Colonial. FURNITURE Double plumbing, birch kitchen, dish- washer. $25,000. Evenlngs call Mr. LARGEST .FURNITURE STORE on the Garrison, AT2-6439. Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free BLAINE REALTY delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE 111/2 Boston AT3-5511 TU 5-1378 Redmond CAPITOL HILL, north BroadWay. Vlewl ii GREETING CARDS EASTER CARDS, 3 CENTS 21 Cards, 50c; Also St. Patrick's HOOVER VACUUMS FOR LESS Service & repair your cleaner, $3.50 5306 Roosevelt Way LA 2.4671 HELP WANTED 4 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, garages, large fenced yard, close to schools, shops, bus and downtown. $19,500. Call eve- nlngs after 6 or weekends. EA 4.9075. ONE-HALF BLOCK St. Bernadette's, split entry, large fenced leveled lot; 3 bdrms., dallta basement, 1V= baths, fin- ished rec. room. CH 3.3023. WE'LL buy your house if you'll buy ours. PR 6-0131 JONES BROS. RLTY. 860 Edmonds Way Edmonds ST. EDWARD'S. S bedrooms, 2 baths, HELP THE EXTENSION LAY VOLUN- full basement, garage. Excellent repair. TEERS. The Catholic Church Extension $17,200. 4609 So. Willow, PA 2-5482. Society wants representatives to sell ST. LUKE'S--Aurora Village; 3-bedraom Extension Magazine. Local territory home, family room, fenced yard. AT Oregon, Washington and Montana. Start- 2-7531. lng salary, fringe benefits. Write P.O. ST. LOUISE parlsh--Eost Town Estates. Box 6426, Tlgard, Ore. Phone ME 9.2214. 3.yr.-old, by owner. 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 A-N-TEEKEEPER, Non-smoker baths, large family room, oll built-ins, One-pr est rectory. Southern Washing- new carpets, drapes. Lawn, landscaped, ton. Wonderfu opportunity right person, fenced. Assume or--. SH 6-9746. Reply by letter only. Box "K" The ST. JOSEPH'S. Owner. Lovely brick Progress. rambler; 2V2 bedrooms, full basement, RETIRED carpenter Interested In aug- rec room. FHA $23,850. EA5-0022. menflng Income. Resort Job; live In. LARGE aider tamlly home. St. Benedict's Write Gateway Inn, Rolnler National Near Jr. and Sr. highs. Double Park, Ashford, Washington. LO9-2506. 21umblng. Suitable for family with In- MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New end used steel and pipe. U.5. PiPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 PIANO BARGAIN, late model Spinet, on of the better makes, available to re- sponsible party assuming small month- ly payments. Free delivery. For de- tails phone LA 2-5859. laws. 2nd kitchen upstairs or can be used as bedroom. Level lot In nice nelghbarhood. The price Is right. Owner. ME 3-3491. PERSONAL DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE-- MA 3-9065. FOSTEk HOMES Tallman Pianos NEEDED We have an urgent need for tampargry DELICIOUS, home-made broken chaco" foster homes for infants as well as Iotes, fresh and fine, 89c per lb. older children. Beard rate, mediOal care Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE and clothing ore provided by the agency. (Opposite Marshall School). It you are Interested, please call. Typewriters & Adding Machines Sales- Rentals Exped Repair Service We pick up and deliver No charge for 1caners EA 2.4544 TI-FA TYPEWRITER CO. 1811 E. Ollve Way lOll Broadway) NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated Nationally accredited for intensive care. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) .MERCER HOME 533 14th E. MA 3-9065 "'CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES THERE IS urgent need for Cathallc FoB- ter Parents 1o care for newborn babes --Please call Catholic Children's Serv- Ices of Tacoma BR 2-9359. DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE -- MA3.9065. FOSTER HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary foster homes for Infants as well as children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agen- cy. If you ore interested, please call. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4r1 9fh Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 TAX RETURN PREPARATION WASH. STATE LIC. NO. NH383 INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE cheerful nursing home. Excellent Our sixth year. Your place or ours. Tel- food, rods. rotes, professional nursing ephone Inquiries welcome. A. L. An. HOMES FOR SALE St. Joseph's New kitchen, six bedrooms, 1', baths; close to everything. Call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA2-$626 QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3.1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 LEGAL NOTICES MOSCNETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys for Estate S Olympic National Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate of HARVEY L. DEVER, Deceased. In probate. No. 180017. Notice to creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as admlnlstratrlx of the estate of Harvey L Dever, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said admlnlstratrlx or her afforneYs 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 at first publication at this no- tice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication March 12, 1965. FLORENCE DEVER, Admlnlstrotrlx of said Estate. 563 Olympic Notional Building Seattle, Wash. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, By: Joseph A. Moschetfo, Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic Notional Building, Seattle, Wash. Final 3-26-65 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington in and for the County of King. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. JAMES C. JOHANSEN et ux et el, Defendants. No. 634109 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OP WASHINGTON TO: James C. Johanssn, defendant: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, ta.wlt: within sixty (60) days after the 12th day of February, 1965, and defend the above entitled action and the above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy at your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the! plaintiff at their office as below stated;J and In case of your failure so to do, a J Judgment will be rendered against you according 1o the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court. I The object of this action Is fo fore-i close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, Washington, described as: Lot 12 of Cole-Porter Tracts, as per plat recorded In Volume 67 of Plats, on page 10, records of King County; sltuate in the County of King, State of Washington; and to obtain a deticlency ludgment for the balance due on a promlsory note se- cured by said mortgage and for the other and usual Incidence to the foreclosure of o real estate mortgage. 19 Datew. of first publication, February 12, ROBERT H. LAMB. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington 98104. P--Final 3-19-65 P. R. MclNTOSH Attorney Greenwood Professional Bldg. 101 North 85th Seattle, Wash. 98103 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington for the County of King. in the Matter of The Estate of GEORGE NtCOL, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180080. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under-! signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Executrix of 1he estate of George: Nlcal, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of sold Court together wlth proof at such servlce within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication March 12th, 1965. NORA NICOL Executrix of said Estate. 2268 North SSth Seattle, Wash. P. R. Mclntesh Attorney for Estate. Greenwood Professional Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98103 Final 3-26-65 GERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY Attorneys for Estate 655 Olympic National Bldg. Seattle, Wash. 98104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Slate of Washington for the County of King. In the Moffer of the Estate of MARY HANNON, Deceased. In Probate. NO. 166439. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby glven that the under- slgnea has been appolnted and has qual- Iliad as Admlnlstratar of the estate of Mary Hannon, Deceased; that all per- sons havlng claims against sold de- ceased are hereby required to serve the some duly verified, on sold Administrator or his attorneys of record at the ad- dress below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months otter the date of first publication of this notice, or the some will be barred. Dole of first publication March 12, 1965. JOHN PELUSO Administrator of sold Estcde 655 Olympic Notional Bldg, Seattle, Wash. 98104 GERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY Attorneys for Estate, 655 Olympic Notional Bldg. Senttle, Wash. 98104 Final P 3.26.65 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Waeblngton for the County of of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, a corparutlon, Plaintiff, vs. CHARLES M. PORTER and VIR- GINIA FAITH PORTER, his wife, and BEULAH C. SHERMAN and JOHN DOE SHERMAN, her husband, De- fendants. No. 635039. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: Charles M. Porter and Virginia Faith Porter, his wife, defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 19th day f February, 1965, and defend the above ntltled action and the above entitled :ouse and answer the complaint of the )lalntlff and serve a copy at your answer Ipon the undersigned attorneys for the flalntlff at their offices as below stated; md In case of your tallure so to do, a Judgment will be rendered against you according to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk of said court. The object of this actlon Is to foreclose a mortgage upon real estate In King Courty, Woshlngton, described as: Lot 4, Bloc 3, Suburban View, ac- cording to plot recorded in Vol- ume 50 of plats, Pages 92 and 93, records of King County, To Mark Jubilee Of Miraculous Group's Jubilee GERMANTOWN, Pa. (NC)-- Archbishop 3ohn 3. Krol of Philadelphia will offer solemn pontifical Mass in Mary's Cen- tral Shrine here March 25 mark- ing the 50th anniversary of the Central Association of the Mir- aculous Medal. Founded in 1915 by Vincentian Fathers of the community's U.S. eastern province, the as- sociation is dedicated to spread- ing devotion to the Blessed Vir- gin through the Miraculous Medal, assisting the education of seminarians, and aiding the poor. In the past 50 years the as- sociation has distributed some 80 million Miraculous MedEiS and 40 million booklets on the medal devotion. It has helped build or support several semi- naries and chapels, including the Miraculous Medal shrine in the National Shrine of the Im- maculate Conception, Washing- ton, D.C. It has provided aid to the poor and needy in Vin- centiBn mission areas in China, Panama and the southern U.S. Mary's Central Shrine is the center of the Miraculous Medal novena devotion which was be. gun there in 1930 and is now conducted weekly at some 3,600 other churches throughout the world. Relic of Pope In Denmark Since II00 By Helge Kristensen COPENHAGEN (NC)--A relic of a third-century pope, the property of the Protestant. oriented government of Den. mark, has been in the custody of the Catholic Church here for nearly 60 years. Enshrined in St. AmsRar's ca- thedral in this capital-city, it is believed to be the fore'head of Pope St. Lucius I. He reigned for only eight months in 253 and 254. When he died he was bur- ied in the cemetery of St. Cailistus near Rome. In the year 1100, when Den- mark was a Catholic country, the relic was brought here and laced in the cathedral of near- Roskllde, of which St. Lu- cms was patron. (Roskilde was the capital of the kingdom un- til 1443). When the Catholic churches were plundered dur- ing the Reformation the relic escaped destruction. In 1665, it was placed in the Royal Academy of Art and was later transferred to the Na- tional Museum for preserva- tion. However, since 1908, with the consent of the Danish Min- istry of Culture, the relic of Pope St. Lucius has been kept in the country's only Catholic cathedral, St. Ansgar's. i LEGAL NOTICES CUMMINGS & HARRIS Attorneys 100 Olympic National Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. No. 179602. In the Maffer of the Guardianship of FLOYD W. VAN SANT, Incompetent Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quell- fled as Guardlan of the estate of FLOYD W. VAN SANT, an Incompetent; that all persons having claims against said In- competent are hereby requlrod to serve the same duly verified, on said Goardlan or her afforney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Court, together with proof of such servlco within six months after the date at first pabltcatlen at thts nntlco, or the same will be barred. Dated of first publication March 19, 1965. NELLIE REED, Guardian of sold Incampetent. 1008 Olymplc National Bldg., Seattle, Wash. CUMMINGS & HARRIS, By: Theodore P. Cummlngs, Attorneys for Estate, Attorneys for Guardian, 1008 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle, Wash. P--Final 4-2,65 R. P. GUIMONT, HAROLD A. MOORE Attorneys 1702 Smith Tower, Seattle, Wash. t8104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County of Klng. v$. CLARENCE W. LOVE and LOREEN E. LOVE, his wife, Plaintiffs, No. 634818 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION VENE H. HICKS and EDNA L. HICKS, his wife, and DOROTHY P. HICKS, his wife, and FAY C. HICKS, a/k/a Fay C. Rainey, his wife; THELMA HICKS; JOHN HICKS; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; JACK MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUS- CATEL, his wife, DAVID MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, SAM MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, AND SOL MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, d/b/a MUSCA- TEL BROS.; ADA L. LITCH and JOHN DOE LITCH, her husband, and also all other persons or parties unknown cloimlng any right, title, estate, lien or Interest In the real estate described In the complaint hereln, Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO THE SAID: VERNE H. HICKS and EDNA L. HICKS, his wife, and DOROTHY P. HICKS, his wire, and PAY C. HICKS, a/k/a Fay C. Ralney, hie wife; THELMA HICKS; JOHN HICKS; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; JACK MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, hts wife, DAVID MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, SAM MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, and SOL MUSCATEL and JANE DOE MUSCATEL, his wife, d/b/a MUSCATEL BROS.; ADA L.' LITCH and JOHN DOE LITCH, her husband and also aii other persons or partles unknown clalming any rlght, title, estate, llen or Interest In the real estate described In the complalnt hereln, De- fendants. YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty days after the date of the first publication of this summons, to.wit: wlthln sixty days offer the 12th day at February, 1965, and defend the above entitled action In the above entitled court, and answer the complaint of the dolntiff, and serve a copy of your answer Jpan the undersigned attorneys for plain- Itfs at their office below stated; and In case of your failure so to do, ludgment care. Cofhonc owned and operated, derson. Chapel services for Protestant residents. PA 2-6126 or PA 5-9314, ANYTIME EA 3-2992. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE PERSONAL FENDRICH RADIO & TV ARE YOU INTERESTED In helping . "Member St. Edward's Parish" chlld In need of a lemparary home? PA. 3-112 It you are, ploose call Catholic Chil- dren's Services of Tacoma, BR2-93S9 UPHOLSTERERS for information on foster care. We need your assistance. Catholic Children's HYSIcALLY handicapped upholsterer Services of Tacoma, 1310 No. "i" St., will reupholster your furniturs reason. Tacoma, Wash. able. SU 3-2791. will be rendered against you according to Washington; Ithe demand of the complaint, which has and to obtain a deficiency Judgment for been filed with the Clerk of said Court. the balance due on a promissory note The oblect of the above entitled action secured by sold mortgage and for the Is to quiet title fo real property. other and usual Incidence to the fore-: Date of first publication, February 12, closure of a real estate mortgage. 1965. Date of first publication, February 19, 1965. ROBERT H. LAMB, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, 1407 Alaska Building, Seaffle, Washington 98104 P--Final 3-26.65 DURHAM & GUIMONT. By R. P. GUIMONT, Attorneys for Plaintiffs. R. P. GUIMONT, HAROLD A. MOORE, Afforneys, 1702 Smith Tower, Seattle, Woshlngton 98104 P--FIrI S.19.M Requiem Sung .... " For Siser Florenia Requiem Mass was offered for Sister Florentia FCSP March 23 at Mount St. Vincent. Sister Florentia, FCSP, who had spent most of her 46 years as a religious working in the hospitals operated by the Sis- ters of Charity of Providence on the West Coast, died March ll after a short stay at Provi- dence Hospital, Seattle. Born in Montreal May 8, 1896, Imelda Ferran entered the Community's Novitiate at Mon- treal May 12, 1919. Upon Reli- gious Profession on Nov. 19, 1920, Sister journeyed to her first assignment at St Joseph Hospital, Vancouver, Wn. She graduated from the Providence Hospital School of Nursing, Se- attle, in 1925. In addition to St. Joseph and Providence Hospitals, Sister was assigned to nursing duties at these hospitals: Lewis Me- morial, Chicago; Providence, Everett; St. Vincent, PortlEnd; Providence, Anchorage; St. Mary, WallB WallR; St. Joseph, Burbank, Calif.; St. John, Port Townsend; and SEcred Heart, Medford. In 1962 Sister retired to Mount St. Vincent Infirmary because of a Berious cardiac condition. Survivors include Sister Em- manuel Alphonse, FCSP, St. 3oseph Hospital, Burbank; and several relatives in Montreal. Urge NCCM TV Show for Council WASHINGTON (NC) -- The National Council of Catholic Men disclosed here that an in- ternationai Catholic communi- cations group has recommended a prize-winning Catholic Hour television program be shown at the fourth session of the Second Vatican Council. The NCCM ,mid the recom- mendation came from the In- ternational CathoUc Associa- tion of Radio and Television (UNDA) which propesod the showing as part of the court- eli's deHberatioml on the Church in the Modern World schema when it recenvenes in September. The recommended program is "The Prophet," an original drama by Robert Crean, deal- ing with thB racial crisis in this country. It originally was shown on the Catholic Hour series "Crisis End the Christian Con- science" over tho NBC-TV net- work in this country. It won first prize in the Monte Carlo Television Film Festival Febru- ary 5. Priest with Pitch Pulled from Ditch MARYSVILLE, Kan. (NC) -- When members of Knights of Columbus Council 1777 here needed a priest to give the in- vocation at their golden anni- versary banquet, they literally pulled one out of a ditch. Father 3oseph Campbell, Ligouri, Mo., who travels a five- state a r e a promoting Mother of Perpetual Help devo- tions landed in a ditch when his car slid on an icy highway. Richard Vlach, enroute to the anniversary banquet, discov. ered the stranger in distress. He brought Father Campbell to Marysville where he was pressed into service, substitut- ing for the council chaplain who was unable to attend. Nun-Betsy Ross REGINA, Sask. (NC)--Sas- katchewan has a nun-Betsy Ross. The Saskatchewan provincial flag being flown during the province's diamol jubilee ob- servance was designed by Sis- ter Imeld of St. Angela's con- vent at Prelate, Soak. Her de- sign won E province-wide com- petition, which carried e $500 prize. There were 230 entries. LEGAL NOTICES JAMES J. McbRIDE Attorney for Esota 4741 Rainier Avenue South Sonffte, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Woshlngtan for King County. In re estate of MARY GERMAINE WILD- BEN, Deceased. In probate. No, 179806. Notice to creqltors. The undersigned Is the appointed and qualified Executor of the estate of Mary Germalne Wlldgon. All persons having lalms agalnst sold estate are required to serve some on said Executor or his after- ney at the addrese below elated, and file some with Clerk of said Court, together with proof of service within six months after date at first publication Of this notice. First publication, Mgrch 12, 1965. JOSEPH LEO WILDGEN Executor JAMES J. McBRIDE Attorney tar Estate 4741. Rainier Avenue South Soattte, Woshlngfon Final 3.26- NICHOLAS A, MAFFEO Attorney 305-4th Ave., Region, Wash. iN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE State of Woshlngtan for the County of King In the Molter of the Estate of IVAN J. PUHICH, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180117. Natlce To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. signed has been appelnted and has quail- tied as executrix of the estate of IVAN J. PUHICH, Deceased; that all persons hovlng claims against said deceased ore hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such serv- Ice within six months after the date of )ubllcatlon of this notice, or the lame will be barred. Date of first publlcatlen March 19th 1965. PAULINE F. PUHICH, Executrix of said Estate, 432 Longston Place, Rentan, Wash. NICHOLAS A. MAFFEO, Attorney for Estate, 305-4th Ave., Ronton, Wash. I-Flnal 4-& I I FHday, March" 19, 19&S In Memoriam I Seattle 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 aree: The Rev. Owen McCusker $3, died March 16, 1963 The Rev. Daniel Daly, died March 20, 1958 The Rev. Felix B. Deitmaring, died March 23, 1958 The Rev. Thomas Madigan, died March 24, 1940 Aberdeen DWYER, Dr. Frencls J. MD, 61, 1122 Mill Read, died March 12. Requiem March 15 St. Mnry's Church. Born in Parry Sound, Ontario, Canada, and lived In Aberdeen the past 19 years. Graduate of St. Michael's College, Toronto. Sur- vivors: wife, Agatha; daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Cancel, New York; sons, Mi- chael, Dennis, Brian and Bruce and daughters, Mary Jo and Lynn, all at home; one sister and two brothers. In- terment Fern Hill Cemetery, directed by Whlteslde Undertaking Co. HANNICK, Adellne M., 75, Route 1, Box 118, died March 10. Requiem March 13 St. Mary's Church. Born In Walla Walla and hod lived In Grays Harbor for the pest 45 years. Interment Fern Hill, directed by Whlteslde. Everett FURNESS, Ann Sutton, 27, died March 10. Requiem March 13 Immaculate Con- ception Church, Born in Artlngton, Vo., and came to Everett with her per- anti In 1955. 5he attended Everett Jun- ior College and worked at Frederick & Nelson, Seattle. Survivors are her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Furness, Evereff; and o brother Milton Jr., Se- attle. Burial Evergreen Cemetery, Ev- erett. Cossldy Funeral Home. JOLICUOER, Val, 66, of Ketchlkon, Alaska, died Nmrch 9. Requiem March 13 Immaculate Conception Church. Born In Minneapolis and had lived In Ketchlkan for more than 20 years. Army veteran of World War II. Sur- vivors, wife, Jewel, Seattle; one son, Dan Carroll, Riverside, California; one brother, EdWard Jollcoeer, Camerllo, Calif.; one nephew, Thomas Jollcuoer In California; three nieces, Mrs, Irene Starmo, Everett, Mrs. Wlnlfred Taro- eson, Los Angeles, and Dorothy Hopper, LaB Vegas. Burial CYpress Lawn Ceme- tery, Everett. LOGOZZO, Sam, 5929 Beacon Ave. S. died March 13. Requiem March 16 Mr. Virgin Church. Survivors: wife, Teresa; sons, Rocky and Andy; daughter, Mrs. Roy Carnevall; stepdaughter, Mrs. Maria Gosperettl; stepsons, James and Phil Sposorl; and Fred D'Amico; brother, Joseph Logozzo. 23 grandchildren; four great- grandchildren. Burial Calvary Cemetery In Yakima. Manning & Sons. LORD Sam J. 62, Bellevue, died March 15. Requiem March 17 Sacred Heart Church, Bellevue. Born In Chelsea, Mass. Came to Bellevue In 1953. RE- tired as Lieutenant in Coast Guard after 28 years service. Survivors: wife, Margaret Mac; son, Frank, and Daugh- ter Mrs. Arthur Opdahl, all of Bel- levue, and three grandchildren. Burial Cedar Lawn. Green Funeral Home, Bellevue. MANCINI, Ralph A., 40, 2626 170th Ave. S.E., Bellevue, died March 9. Requiem St. Louise Church, Lake Hills. Born In Seafi'le. Attended St. Edward's School. Graduated from Seattle Unlver. slty, where he obtained a master's de- grea. Began teaching career In Lake Washington School District In 1954. Dur- Ing lost nlne years had been teacher and prlnclpol at elementary level and teacher, counselor and special education Instructor at Mercer Island Junior High. Served In South Padflc with Navy In World War II. Survivors: wife, Bertha; daughters, Dana and Lee Manclnl; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Manctnl, Senffie; brother, John L. Manclnl, Seattle. Burial, Sunset Hills Memorial Park. Green's Funeral Home, Bellevue. NAVRATIL, Prank P., $4, 6754 11th Ave. NW died March 13. Requiem March 18 St. Alphonsus Church. Moved to Se- attle from his native Glen Ullin, N.D. in 1938. Was Seattle Transit System bus driver 24 years. Member Local $87, 5treat Car Men's Union. Survivors: wife, Mildred Eilean; two daughters, Regna Ann and Janet Navrotil, both at home; two brothers, John and Josegh Navratil, both of Glen UIIIn; slx sisters, Mrs. Hubert Keller, Glen Ullln; Mrs. Leon Berger and Mrs. Rose Moe, both BIs- mark, N.D.; Mrs. Harry Denzlon of Janesvllie, Wis.; Mrs. Frank Hortlnger, Grand Junction, Colo., and Mrs. Louis Stump of San Diego. Wiggen & Sons Chapel. PALMERt George T., 62, 100S6 3gth Ave. NE, dled March 11. Requiem March 15 Holy Rosary Church. Born In Phlladelphlao Came to Soattle 37 years ago. Retired as longshoreman last year. Survivors: three brothers, Alexander F., Edward J. and Thomas G. Palmer, all of Seattle, Burial Holyrood. Mlttelstodt's Bollard Chapel. Everett Seattle STANKE, Anton, 59, 3826 Smith Street, PAPal, Joslph J., 80, 2119 Second died March 10. Requiem March 13 Our Ave., died March 10 Requiem Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Born March 12 Sacred Heart Church. In Stevens Point, WIs. and had lived Born In Clove!and, Ohio. Come in Everett for the past 22 years Sur- to Seattle 63 years ago. Was retired as. riving are his wife, Theresa; one son, bestas worker. No Immediate relattves, Ronald Stanke, at home; one dough- Burlal Holyraod. Bonney-Watson. ter, Mr=. Erllng (E a no) Hoxle, Kirk-  SANTI, Mrs. Colina M., 83, 501 l- land; two sisters, Mrs. Florence No- o en Ave., died March 11. Requlern St. yak, Stevens Point, Wls., and Miss Jesepn's Church March 13. Born In Eleanor Sfanke, Aptos, Calif.; and five Strasbourg, France. Came to Seaflle grundchlldren. Burial Evergreen Come- from New York City 40 year= ago. tery. Member St. Martln's Mother's Club. Burlal Calvary. Manning & Sons. Lacey O'NEILL Jomee cnd Roberta Ann, died March 12 In an alrplane crush at Paclflc City, Oregon. Requiem March 17 Sacred Heart Church. Mrs. O'Neill was born In Yaklma and was a mem- ber of the Cathollc Daughters at America. Mr. O'Neill was born In Ellens- burg and had been a teacher at 111e Hudson Bay Hlgh School In Vancouver. Mrs. O'Neill was the daughter of Ernest and Erma Caldwell, former residents of Olympia .sorvlvlng Mrs. O'Neill are her mother, Mrs. Erma Dodge, Lacey; o brother, Tim Caldwell, Sooffle; and her grandmother, Mrs. L. E. Holler, Twin Falls, Idaho. Mr. O'Neill Is sur- rived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur O'Neill, Yaklma; two brothers, Phllllp, Kent, and Dennis, Sheridan, Oregon; and a sister, Miss Sharon O'Neill, Yaklma. Burial was In Calvary Cemetery. Marysville McLAIN, Joseph Dean, 76, Star Rt. Granite Fails, died March 15. Requiem March 18 St. Mary's Church. Born in MIIIbank, S.D., and came to Marys- vllle tn 1919. Survlvlng are his wife, Margaret; two daughters, Mrs. Louis (Margaret) Barclay and Mrs. CIlftard (Frances) Larson, Marysvllle. He was preceded In death by a son who was lost on the USS Lexington In WWll. Also surviving are a sister, Mr=. Fruncelie Shurtz, Pasadena, Calif.; nine grand- children and nine great-grandchildren. Burial Marysvllle Catholic Cemetery. Mooroo NAEGELEN, WIItord E., ., 344 Eliza- beth Street, died March 12. Requiem March 16 St. Mary's Church. Born In Texas and had lived In Monroe 47 years, working for many years with the Great Northern Railway. Surviving are his wire, Marcolla; three daugh- ters, MrS. Ltella EIIx, Menroa; Mrs. Mattie Pitman, Seattle, and Mrs .Eva King, Monroe; two brafhers, George, bryan, Texas, and Hiilary, Okanagan. Seaffle BACKus, Mrs. MOW F. 4214 South Graham St., died March S. Requiem March 11. St. Edward's Church. Sur- vivors: three stepdaughters, Mrs. Eva Chollus, Mrs. Lucllle Plum, and Miss Evelyn Backus, Soaffie; one stepson, Gus Backus, Seaffle. Her husband, Plre, died 1S years ago. Columbue Fu- neral Home. BRADY, John, 80, 4831 3$th Ave. S.W. died March 13. Requiem March 17 St. Benedict's Church. Born In Coven, Ire- land. Came to United States when he was 20 and to Seattle In 190. Rettred In 1945 from Seattle Police Department where he had served for 33 years. For next 10 years was King County Deputy Sheriff. Was member Holy Name Society and Retired Police Officers As- soclatlon. Survivors" his wife, Anna; three sons John C,, Alderwood Mollor; Frank J., Seattle, and Patrick T. Brady, ReaD, Nev.; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Ann Streuf, Seattle, and Mrs. Frunk Mllter, Everett. 14 graedchlldren. Burial Holyrood. Hoffner's Fleber-Kalfus. DcPIANO Mrs. Ruby M., 47, 9350 52nd Ave. S. died March 9. Requiem March 12 St. Paul's Church. Born In Chestnut, Mont. Came to Seattle In 1958. Was registered nurse, graduate of Sacred Heart Hospital School of Nurs- Ing, Spokane. Survivors:. husband, Mat- thew De Piano; daughter, Mrs. John Shearer, El Monte, Calif.; son, Ronald L. Gay, Seaffle; sister, Mrs. Pearl Kaedlng, Llbby, Mont.; half-elster, Mrs. Josephine Kelly, Seattle; five grand. chlldron. Burial Holyreod. Hoffnar's FIsher-Kalfus. HARRINGTON, Mro. Helefl R., $7, died March 13. Requiem March 16 St. Francis of Asslsl Church, Seahurst. Sur- vivors: san, Mlchael; daughters, Mar- ret and Lucinda Harringtan, Seattle. tar, Sister Mary Romayne, Oakland, Ca,f.; brothers, Rex and Milford Brat- Dry, both Alberta. Member Legion of Mary and VFW Auxiliary. Family re- reqUests spiritual bouquets In lieu of owers. Burial Rtverton Crest. Yarlng- Ion's White Center Funeral Home. HYSTAD, Mrs. ROy M. (Vlca) .57, 740S 8th AVe. NW, died March 15. Requlem March 18 St. John's Church. Born In Tacoma. Survivors: husband, ROY; daughter, Mrs. Fred Hanke, Seattle; brothers, Jack David, Seattle, and James Davld, Costa Mesa, Callf.; three grandsons. Burial'Holyraod. Hot- friar's FIsher-Kolfus. LaPLANTE, Arthur J., 44, Bellevue, died March 9. Requiem Mass March 11 Sacred Heart Church. Survivors: wife, Sylvia C., Bellevue; daughter, Carol; sans, James, Cralg, Thomas, and Pat- rick, all Bellevue; brothers, Hector and Norman, both Massachusetts; mother, Mrs. Evelyn LaPIonte Massa- chusetts. Burial Sunset Hills. Green's Funeral Home, Inc. LAPPIN, Mrs. Irene Mary 69, Bel- levue, dlll March 15. Requiem March 18. St. Louise Church, Lake Hills. Sur- vivors: Mrs. Philip Hardwlck at Bel- levue. Green's Funeral Home, Inc. Burial Sunset Hills Memorial Park, BeN levue. STERLING, John R., 71, of Santa Paula, Calif. dled there March 12. Re- qulem March 17 St. AIphonsus Church. Was retired brlcklayer, member Elks, Senlor Cltlzens and Brlcklayers Union. Survlvor=: wife, Theresa; five sons, Harold, Mlnneapolis; Norbert, San Fran- cisco; Robert, Jerome and Norman aS| of Seattle; three daughters, Mrs. Lor- ralna Davis, San Diego; Mrs. Vecn Ness, St. Cloud, Minn.; Mrs. Irvln Mandel, Mlnneapelis; 19 grandchildren and seven grent-grandchldron. Bur el Holyrood. Hoffner's Fisher-Kolfus. WlNN, John H. $0, of Los Angetes, formerly of 1921 Third Avenue, Seattle, died March 14 Los Angeles. Requiem St. Plus X Church, Montlake Terrace. Born in Mlnnoopolls. Come here In 1919. Worked for Washington State Employ, ment Service before Joining the Army In Second World War, during whlch he was totally disabled. Survivors: a bro- ther, William WInn. AIderwood Manor. Burial Holyrood. Beck's Funeral Home, Edmonds. Sumner KOTLAN, John, 76, died March 12. Requiem March 15 St. Andrew's Church. Born In Michigan and came to this area 15 years ago. Retired from 1he Puget Sound Naval Shipyard about l0 years ago. Surviving are .'three sisters, Mrs. Charles Patcek and Mrs. Jack Houfef, both of Seafair Fails, Minn., and Mrs. Arthur Burns, Safety Harbor, Fla.; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Herbert Wahlstrom, Sumner, and Mrs. Gary Farmer, River Forest, 1114 two stop- sons, Arthur Breathen of Kapawsln (Pierce County), and Raymond Nichols, Virginia; and two nleces, Mrs. Daniel Mack and Mrs. Joseph Manglnl, both of Bremert. Tacoma ANTICEVlCH, Mrs. Anfon (Franka), 7S, 2311 N. 30th Street, dled March 12. Requiem March 16 St. Patrick's Church. Born In Yugoslavia and had lived in Tacoma since 1911. Surviving are her husband and two nieces. MARINKOVICH, Peter Staven, 71t, 352S N, 24th Street, died March 12. Requiem March 16 St. Patrick's Church. He had lived In Tacoma since 1915. Bur. vlvlng are his wife, Doncla; two sons, Joseph M., Tacoma, and Peter J., Ko- diak, Alaska; a sister In Yuogslavla and a grandchild. Interment Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed bY Gaff- ney's Funeral Home. PINCHAK, John, 78, 1205 E. 30th St., died March 14. Requiem March 17 St. Leo's Church. Born In Austria and lived tn Tacoma the past 30 years. He was o retired lumber mill worker. Surviving are his wife, Mary; two sons, John Jr. and George, both of Tacoma; five daughters, Mary, Margaret, Nancy and Anne Plnchak and Mrs. Kay MuIhol. land, all of Tacoma; and five grand- children. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Ta- coma, directed by Cossedy and Allen Funeral Home. SETZER, Nell, 58, died March 12. Requiem March 18 St. LaD's Church. Born In Tacoma and attended St. Leo's School. Served In the US Medical COrpe as a physlotheraplst In World War II. Survlvors are his mother, Mrs. Hazel Payne, Tacoma, and a half-brother, Max Salzer, Everett. "It |B safer to listen to ad- vice and take it than to give it. Not to accept the advice of others when reason or good sense require it, iB a sign of pride and self-wilL" --Thomas a KempiB Hoffner's FUNERAL HOME MElrose t THE PROGRESS---! I Requiem Sung For Siser Josepha OP TACOMA -- Requiem Mass was sung for Sister Mary Jose- pha OP March 17 at Marymount Academy chapel. Sister 3osepha, 68, died March 14. She was bern Dorothy Rol. linger in Eliensberg and was professed in 1916. She had lived in Tacoma more than 50 years and was a music teacher at Aq.uinas and Marymount Acade- mies. She is survived by two bro- thers, N. P. Rollinger of Sun- nyside and A. M. Rollinger of Lujunna Hill, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Cecelia Bieren of Ellens- burg and Mrs: M. A. Walsh of Tacoma; and four nieces, Sister Mary Anne OP of Our Lady of the Lake School, SeattlE, Sister Mary Aquinata OP of Blanchet High School, Seattle, and Sister Mary Bertram and Sister Mary A]phonsa in California. Interment was :n Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed by Gaffney Funeral Home. Vancouver DELAGASSE, Leslie H., 58, died March 10. Requiem March 13 St. John,s Church. Bor' In Moxee and lived in Vancouver the past 25 years. Survlv- ins are his wife, Lena M.; his mother, Mrs. TIIle Alderson, Yoklmo; daugh- ters, Mrs. Don (Leone) Harris, Mrs. Dorothy B. Thornton, Mrs. George (Vir- ginia) Baranek, all of Vancouver and Mrs. BIll (Barbara) Inhtl, Woodland; sisters, Mrs. Lucite Sademan, Yaklma, and Mrs. Loreno Roberts, Chldlis; and a brother, Rouque DeLagasse. Interment St. John's Cemetery. Wilkeson KURANKO, George Sr., 91, Requlom March 15 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial Wllkeson Cemetery, dlreded by Whltmore Funeral Home Chapel, Buckeiq. Requiem Offered For Drama Pries SOMERSET, Ohio (NC)- Requiem Mass for Father Ur- ban Nagle OP, 59, paywright, founder of Ctholic theatrical orgartizatiocts and popular radio personality, was  March 15 in St. Jose's church here. He died March 11 in St. George A na,e of Providem R.I., Father Nagie in 1931 wi Father Thomas Carey OP, founded the Blackfriam Guild. It still floudd with a thea. tel" d its ow m New York and spread imo a ional pky- produci omi= in 940. He also was a mmd of the Catholic Theater Coorence. He also  in work for the nafioned Holy Nmne Sede W and was editor o its magazine, the Holy Name Journ, from 1940 to ]946. Birfhs BELLINGHAM--St. Jesph'o dmell Hespltal reports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Donn McPherson, boy, March 7. James Neely, gtrl, March 9. Jim Snyder, boy, March 11. LONGVlEW--St. John's Hospitld rs- ports the fMIowlng blrtlts to Mr. and Mrs.: Claud H. Tletlens, glrl, March 8. James D. McNamara, boy, March 14. Louis H. Ruh/and, boy, March 14. Robert H, Edwards, girl, March 15. Take 27,000 To Lourdes LONDON (NC) -- Organlze of Britain's all-night-vigil flying weekend pilgrimages to Lourdes have now taken over 27000 peo- ple to the French shrine. They expect to top 30,000 this year. The group charters airliners which fly pilgrims to Lourdes on Saturday mornings. They spend Saturday night in prayer before the grotto and fly home again Sunday. The pilgrimage costs about $40. CASSIDY Funeral Home ' Robert Cassidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT 3o01 OAKES AL. 2.2178