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The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS, 907 Terry Ave. MA. 2-8880, Extension 61 RATE 30c PER LINE iii MINIMUM CHARGE: $1 3 Lines Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE k MAin m raP&apos; AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE "409"--4 SPEED '6"3 SUPER SPORT Palomar Red, black Interior; bucket seats. "409"--4 speed--2/4's. 20,000 el. MA4-4423, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. ASKING PRICE $2300 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR TRANSMISSION TROUBLES LA 5-6677 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE Amazing new liquid plastic coating used on all types of surfaces interior or exterior. Eliminates waxing when ap- plied an Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Linoleum, Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furni- ture. Completely eliminates pointing when applied to Wood, Metal or Con- crete surfaces• This finish Is also re- commended for boats and automobiles. NO COMPETITION As these are exclusive formulas In de- mand by all businesses, industry and homes. No franchise fee. Minimum in- vestment- $300. Maximum Investment --$7,000. Investment is secured by in- ventory. Factory trained personnel will help set up your business. For complete details and descriptive literature write: CHEM-PLASTICS & PAINT CORP. 1828 Locust St. Louis 3, Me. WOULD YOU be Interested in Importing :Religious Articles from Europe? The demand for Imported religious articles Is ever Increasing. Investment required. CARPEl" WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING in your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA5-3460 CONTRACTING BUILDING, remodeling, repairs. Gregersen, ME 3-5518. FOR Roof Repairing, new roofs, gutters, and downspouts, asbestos and composl- tlan siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed . Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4.8481. estimates. Work guaranteed. Phil FOODmENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE 5-1480 general practitioner of medicine; pre- fer Catholic. Northeast Clinic, 6850 35th NE• LA4-5579• BACHELOR aportmehts. Clean, quiet, within walking distance of hospitals. Union Arms & Manor, 604 E. Union. NEAR COLUMBIA CITY STORES, BANK, CLOSING TIME 4 P.M.s WEDNESDAY 2-8880 2 BATHS TREES $17,250 Mortgage company slashes price on this secluded rambler on an estate setting you find once In a lifetime. 4 bedrooms on one floor, master bedroom for that king size bed with Its own master both. Separate utility room. Birch ranch kitchen oversize 2 car carport plus workshop. The rest you must see. Coil EM 4-1180 to see od No. 196 or slop in at Picture Floor Plans, Inc., 13300 Bothell Way NE. for the key. Open 9 am to 9 pm. EM 4-1180 .aMES SAL= Lake Forest Park New Rambler !4" bedrooms FIVE LARGE BEDROOMS In this fine Capitol Hill Colonial. St. Joseph's parish. Extra- large living and dining rooms, wall- to-wall carpeting and drapes, 2 baths. Modernized kitchen Including refrigera- tor, stove and new dishwasher. Full basement. In good condition; clean as a whistle -- only $18,500. Call Mary Bracelln, EA 3-8717 or EA 5-0700• CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. Saint I Catherine s Immaculate 4 bedroom home near the school and church on large well cared for lot. Owner spent thousands to re- model. Sparkling tile bath, ranch kltch- Oll with new mahogany cabinets. Day- light basement with new furnace. Yours an "0" Down FHA terms at lust $11,- 500. CAN'T LAST! Coil LA 3-7417• BEST'S REALTY, INC. ST. ALPHONSUS $l 3,500 Quality Cape Cod for the particular buyer. Has everything, W-W carpets, fireplace, dining room, basement, cov- ered patio, fenced rear yard. Seller will accept $ "0" Dn. F.H.A• Hurry, Call AAA REALTY, INC. REALTOR 77331/2-24 N.W. SU 2-3030 YOU'LL LIKE IT Should you be looking for a fine 3-bed- room brick home In excellent condi- tion, this could be IH Located north of Green Lake, east of Aurora. Nice tenced yard. Close to school, shopp ng, bus Ine. FHA appraised $21,500. In- surable loan $20,400 to qualified buyer. Exclusive listing--for Inspection call SU 3-3853. EDWARD HALL REALTY 7515 Aurora Ave. N. Mayor Gives New Twist To Old Chinese Custom HB ASSUMPTION PARISH SPECIAL OFFERING $1,500 IN EXTRAS OPEN TO OFFER--Cope Cod. FHA ap- praised $19,500. Entry hall, large liven1 room with fireplace, separate dining room, formica-counter kitchen with small fable space, 2 twin-size bedrooms. Full basement, finished bedroom ar study. Fenced rear yard with patio. New electric range, new carpeting and drapes throughout. Call LA 3-8198 or MA 2-4350. MARSHALL LEE Henry Broderick, Inc. QUEEN ANNE 1701 4TH AVE. N. 4 BDRMS.--2 PLUS BATHS Spacious home on large corner lot with view of Cascades. Children walk to public and parochial schools. Entrance hall, lovely living room with fireplace, large formal dining room and roomy kitchen. Ceramic file bath--1 both and 1 bedroom down. Garage and basement. Sewers and natural gas hot water heat• Owner by appointment. $17,500. AT 2- 5651. ST. JOSEPH'S CHARMING 4 bedroom Colonial home 2V2 baths. Centrally located. Call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. VINCENT D. MILLER, iNC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 ST. JOSEPH'S NEW ON MARKET. Large older totally home on level lot. Living room, sepa- rate dining room with fireplace, den, nice kitchen, family room with fire- place, full bath on first floor• 4 lovely bedrooms up with full bath• Hot water heat; garage. Call Mrs. Manca, EA. 2-5251 or EA 5-1982. MERLEN J. MOORE CO. 40S 1Sth East EA 54000 3 BEDROOM rambler, 5 years old. Ne St. Mark's. 10/4 baths, extra large living room, garage, large level lot, fenced yard, cul-de-sac. $19,750 or trade for larger house. Private party--owner. EM 3-6749. ST• LUKE'S 3 bedrooms plus crib room, 2 baths, 2 fireplaces, hardwood, large lot. Walk- ing distance church and school. Ap- praised $18,500. EM 2-6345. ADAIR REALTY CO. 3 BLKS. TO ST. J-OI:IN' 3 bedrooms, t dare. type. Dlnlng room, knotty pine kitchen wlth bar, basement, fenced yard• $15,000. Owner• SU 3-0063. FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-halt block Cathedral. _ /,. 3-4174 SPACE available. Suitable for SUPER MARKETS -- FIVE ROOMS, FULL BASEMENT, LARGE LOT, VIEWI DOUBLE GARAOE. $75 PER MONTH. (WILL LEASE WITH OP- TION). ) SEWARD PARK REALTY PA S-3300 ,TWO 3-room apartmenls--$50 and $75. , Prefer retired couples. Almost street ' level. Broadway district. EA 3-6745. jNEWLY redecorated, furnished thrse- room apartment. Washer. $50• EA 4-5238. ST. BENEDICT'S 5 Bdrm. Bsmt. Inter-Cam, birch cabi- nets, blt4n R, and O. and dishwasher• Freezer; fenced backyard; washer and dryer• $145 me. COLONIAL REALTY Bothell Way N.E. LA 3-7090 ST. ANNE'S ESTATE SALE. 45x120 duplex-zoned lot• Small 1-plus bedroom house; electric heat; detached garage. $11,000. Eve- nlngs call Mr• Garrison, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 111/z Boston AT 3-5511 FURNITURE ,LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evenlng. "Free delivery," Credit. 5 BDRM., hdwd. floors, dining room fireplace, corner lot, Near St. Joseph's. $1,000 below FHA• Owner. EA 3-7148. ASSUMPTION PARISH RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE Sandstone and cedar rambler--3 bed- TU 5.1378 Redmond rooms one floor. Completely finished daylight lower level. Dishwasher, dis- GREETING CARDS posal, wall-to-wall carpets. $30,000. One , block from Our Lady of Fatima Church EASTER CARD ENTS } and school. 3222 34th West. Conflrmatlon and First Communion Cards t HOOVER VACUUMS t FOR LESS j NURSING HOME and repair your cleaner, $3.50 5306 Roosevelt Way LA 2-4671 HELP WANTED HELP THE EIkENSION LAY VOLUN- TEERS. The llJJlollc Church Extension Society wants representatives to sell Extension Magazine. Local territory OregDn, Washington and Montana. Start- ing galory, fringe beneflls. Write P.O• Box 6426, TIgord, Ore. Phone ME 9.2214. WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, Non-smoker. One.prlest rectory. Southern Washing. ton. Wonderful opportunity right person. Reply by letter only. Box "K" The Progress. LIVE IN, peat Catholic lady for house- keeper and sitter to start June S. 1/2 block from church. Race not Important. Room and board plus $100 month. Reply P.O, Box 268, Sedro Woolley, Wash. 98284. WOMEN and girls for suqlmer resort work: Cook-waitress-kitchen help. H. H. Barnett, Gateway Inn, Rainier Na- tional Pork, ,shford, Wash. LOTS FOR SALE Monica'sMercer Island 75x127 lot So. of 4335 90th Ave. S.E. Cleared but some fir and other trees. Walk St. Monica's School and Church, public schools and library (small clas- ses at St. Monlca's]. Improvements in• Owner-agent. AO 2-8395. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE Level lot, 60x102. Only 2 bike. to chutch. 3533 N.E. 93rd. Will build to suit. Builder, EA 4.4016. MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S• PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 DELICIOUS, home.rade broken choco- lates, fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (Opposite Marshall School), Typewriters & Adding Machines Sales- Rentals' Expert Repair Service We pick up and deliver No charge for Ioaners EA 2-4544 TI-FA TYPEWRITER CO. 1811 E, Olive Way (Off 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 4772--34th N.E. walks. Nice backyard for youngsters. New. 3 bedrooms, large ranch kitchen t Call Pat Hentschell (Member Our Lady with ]2x12 eating area. Daylight bose-] of Lake), LA 4-5010. ment with finished recreation room, full l HILLCREST REALTY bath and 3 more bedrooms roughed In.I 3414 N.E. 65th 5 blks. to Assumptlon, 2 bks. Unlver.[ MATTNPV4' s,ty V,,,age, , b,k. to bus. s000.,s0• S Builder, EA 4-4016. 4 Bdrms., 2 baths, family room, electric ONE-HALF BLOCK St. Bernadette's, split kitchen. Fully landscaped. Near schools, entry, large fenced leveled lot; 3 shops and buses. Owner, $24,500. EM bdrms., dolite basement, tl/= baths, fin- 2-2781. Ished rec• room. CH3-3023. BROADVIEW. Full brick, 4 bedroom.q /E'LL buy your house if you'll buy ours. plus, 2 foil baths with rOughed In PR6-0131 both In basement, family-sized dining JONES BROS. RLTY. room, kltchen wlth eating space, dish- washer, dlspesal. Close ta Christ the 860 Edmonds Way Edmond King Church. $23,500. Owner, EM 2- WALKING distance to St. Louise Church 2734. and schooI--Easttown Estates, 3-yr.- BY OWNER.--41/2 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, old, by owner. 3-4 bedrooms, 2-3 modern kitchen, double garage, fenced baths, large family room, all built-ins, yard. St. Anne's Parish. FHA appraised new carpets, drapes. Lawn, landscaped, $19,950. Available June. AT 2-2710. fenced. Assume or--• SH 6-9746. BLOCKS from St. Catherine's. Brick QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN home--5 bedrooms, 2 baths, full base- NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE ment, landscaped. $28,000; $7,000 down, HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. balance on contract. Owner. LA 4.91A9 LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EV, EHINGS SU 4-3617 MAGNOLIA OWNER AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 PERSONAL FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need tar temporary foster homes for infants as well as older children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. It you are Interested, please call. MA 3-9065 DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE MA 3-9065. ARE YOU INTERESTED In helping a child in need of a temporary home? If you are, please call CathoIlc Chlldrens Services of Tacoma, BR 2.9359 for In. formatlon on foster care. We need your assistance. Catholic Children's Services of Tacoma, 1310 No. "I" St., Tacoma, Wash. WANTED: Catholic families who would be willing to care tar boys or girls from thirteen through eighteen years. Please call Catholic Children's Services of Tacoma. BR 2-9359. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS .1€1%1 ash Av. NW. SU 3-6850 POSITIONS WANTED COUPLE desire employment as custodian and housekeeper In rectory. D. C. McGrath, 804 B So. Pacific Coast Hwy., Redonda Bench, Calif. 90277. SEWING AND ALTERATIONS ALTERATIONS. Skirts and dresses, S1.60 ! up. Coats, $3.50 up. All plain sewing. MU 2.0434. TAX RETURN PREPARATION INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE Our slxth year. Your place or ours. Tel- ephone Inquiries welcome. A• L• An- derson. PA 2-6126 or PA 5-9314, ANYTIME TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE "Member St. Edward's Parish" WANTED TO RENT WIDOW needs 21/2 or 3 bedroom home by May 30th. Close to Immaculate Con- ception or St. James Cathedral. No more than $75 me. LA 2-9123. .ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated accredited for Intensive care. LIe. No. 475  EX 2.5351 (no toll1 [ / / TAICHUNG, Formosa -- Chi- tion. After Benediction, Father nese who are about to take Strotman said a few words con- public office have a custom of gratulating the new mayor and urged the Catholics to pray that first going to their local temple his first term of office would be to offer homage to the gods. a successful one. He then pre- Mayor-elect Cho I-Nga of the sented the mayor with a statue Phi-thou district near here kept of the Blessed Virgin and the this custom recently--but with Christ Child as a memento of one change. Instead of going to the occasion. a temple to offer homage to the The ceremony was followed HOMES FOR SALE gods, the new mayor went to a by a meal for all the officials Catholic church to honor God in the town hall. "r'] . ,..-,,., I ,1(" and receive a blessing from a priest. 4 BEDROOMS The mayor, one of the very Turin's Cardi.al ST. CATHERINE'S DIST. few Catholics holding public of- I=ossati Dead Ideal for the large family. Ranch style rice in this country, attended modern kitchen with large eating area. church early on the morning he TURIN, Italy (NC)--Maurilio Modern bath. 2 bedrooms on main floor and 2 up. Full basement. Only was to take the oath of office. Cardinal Fossati, Archbishop of $150 down FHA appraised. Call LA Accompanying him was a huge Turin for the past 35 years, 3-2111, Cooper Realty Co., 9112 Roose- velt Way. )rocession consisting of drag- died here at the age of 88 aft- ons, dancers, shadow boxers er a long illness. md thousands Df firecrackers. His death March 30 reduced The mayor and most of the the college of cardinals to 101 local Catholics went inside the members. Pope Plus XI had church and Maryknoll Father named him a cardinal at the Robert H. Strotman of Cincin- consistory of March 13, 1933. nati, Ohio, conducted Benedic- Cardinal Fossati was born on May 24, 1876, in Arona, Italy, Nuns Disfrlbufe birthplace of St. Charles Bor- romeo. He was one of 10 chil- Bibles In Rome dren of a poor working class family. He was ordained to the ROME (NC)--The diocese of priesthood in 1898. Rome is ending a seven-month Bible mission April 30 during LEGAL NOTICES which hundreds of Bibles were distributed at parishes, hos- pitals, hotels, prisons and other places. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the / Parish priests a conducting county of King / FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS-/ services and giving sermons on COCIATION, a corporation, the Scriptures. Nuns of the Plaintiff, Daughters of St. Paul have been vs. TROY R. CLINE and HENRYETTA B. distributing the Bibles as part CLINE, his wife, and WASHINGTON of a campaign to have a "Bible NATURAL GAS COMPANY, a carper. orion, In every family." Defendants• No. 637230 SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASH NGTON TO: = --= L=,,m.,,,, Troy R. Clne and Henryetta B CIIne LIneAL NUII;i=3 h,s wife, defendants _ _ YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the NlnuL.:A,,omey_**  . m,rrmu''" i W firstlth I nPUbsixtyiCatJOndays°f after this summonSthe 9th ' dot°y" Wile :t - - UU..k April 1965 and defend the above en 3054th Ave, Kenton ' ' - • ' ""'-"" -..-ttltled action and the above entitled cause IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF TH  ,. ono answer rne complaint of the plaintiff State at Washington for the County of -nd s-r .... U  u € v a copy at your answer upon l In ICMl,ttoD°featshet. Etnat%blVtNNJo: ;illf ufdtlrgn°edlc°etf°°;ntYeowtorttahl?l:lnnd in case of your failure so to do, o udg- 180117• Notice To Creditors. ment will be rendered aganst you ac- Notice Is hereby given that the under- cording to the demand of the complaint signed has been appointed and has quail- which has been filed with the clerk of fled as executrix of the estate of IVAN sold court. J. PUHICH, Deceased; that all persons The oblect of this action Is to foreclose havtng claims against said deceased are a mortgage upon real estate In King hereby required ta serve the same duly County, Washington, described as: Lot tt, Block 1, Mirror Lake VII. verified, on said executrix ar her attorney Ioge, according to plat recorded in of record at the address below stated, volume 64 of plats, page 94 In and file the same with the Clerk at Imld King County, Washington; Court, together with proof af such serv. and to obtain a deficiency Judgment for ice within six months after the dnte of the balance due on a promissory note publication of this notice, or the lame secured by Said mortgage and for the will be barred. '' other and usual Incidence to the fore- Date at first publlcatlon Mnrch 26th, closure of a real estate mortgage. 1965. First ;date of publication 4-9-65. PAULINE F. PUHICH, ROBERT H. LAMB, Executrix of sold Estate, ERUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys for Plaintiff, BY OWNER: Voshon, Washington. 3"b-ed- 432 Langstan Place, 1407 Alaska Building, room brick and shake home. 200x106 Renton, Wash. Seaffle, Washington ft. lot. Picture windows, fireplace, NICHOLAS A. MAFFEO, PFlnal 5-14-65 plenty of closets. Close to school8 and Attorney for Estate, MO$CHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO business center. FHA appraised $15,750. 305-4th Ave., Attorneys Call MU 2-8676 evenings or anytime Renton, Wash• $63 Olympic National Life Bldg. during weekend. P--FIll 4-9.65 Seattle, Wash. 98104 ASSUMPTION CHUR;H LENIHAN & IVRRS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE $J5,000 Attorneys State of Washington for the County of 1114 Norton Building Klng - 2 bedroom EXPANDABLE. Unfinished up- Seattle, Wash. • " In the Matter of the Estate stairs will afford 2 more bedrooms, IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE NA M• :WIGEN, Oeceased. f Probate•JOHAN" This home Is In perfect oandltlon with State of Washington for the Coulltyof No• 180361• Notice To Creditors hardwood floors, fireplace, full base- King. Notice Is hereby given that the under- ment and on paved streets and slde- In the Matter of the Estate of JAMES signed has been appointed and has quail- EDWARD BARNES, Deceased. In Pro- fled as Executor of the estate of JO- bate. No• 180172. Notice To Credltars. HANNA M. WIGEN, Deceased; that all Notice 18 hereby given that the under, persons bavlng claims against said de- signed has been appelnted and has qunll, ceased are hereby required to serve the fled as Executrix of the estate of JAMES some duly verified, on said WALTER EDWARD BARNES, Deceased; that ill W. BARNELL or his attorneys of record tureens having claims ago net sam e- a.t the address •below stcded, and file ......... 'r-d to larva te rne some with the Clerk of sold Court ceosen are nerey ,u,, t at" .... "-'- -'fled on sold Executrix or og ner with proof of such service ? .... '.."" ""- ' =  ,== ,as .... wtthln s x months after the date of net arlorneys ar recora gl 11]€€ UUMI==, fl " rst puhllcotion of th s not ce or the be ow stated, nnd file the same with the1 " some w be barred Clerk at 8aid Court, together wth proofl _ ." ..... • uate at rlrst publication April 9th of such eervlce within six monthis after ,^, the date of first pobllcoflon af this n6flce, I yco.- : ................... w/t./¢::f W UP, I<NLL or the same wl be barred ] Execute ' ' r of sold Estate Date of fret publlcaton March 26, ...... • 19- . c/o aoa ulYmp c Natl, Life Bldg,. • Domlnlck V Drlana of SUSIE ROSARA BARNES, Executrix of sold Estate. IMOSCHETTO, ALFtERI & DRIANO, 1114 Norton Building, Attorneys for Estate, Seattle, Wash. 563 Olympic National Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 LENIHAN & IVERS, Attorneys for Estate, P--Final 4-23-65 1114 Norton Building, BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys Seattle, Wash. 1407 Alaska Bulldlng P--Final: 4-9-65 Seattle, Washington 98104 MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Aorneys State of Washington In and for the LEGAL NOTICE ,, olympic Notional Life Ealldlng County of King. Seattle, Wash. 98104 . SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSO. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE CIATION, a corporation, Plalntltf, vs. CURRAN & CURRAN, Attorneys State af Washington for the County OfGERALD L. VEACH and PATRICIA J. 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. King. I VEAH, his wife, HAROLD H• GOR- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE In the mailer af the Estate of KENNETHI LICK and JANE DOE GORLICK, his State of Washington for the County at W. OHMART, Deceased. In probate. No.I wife, LAIRD B. PETERSON, In h s King. 179428. Notice to creditors. I capoclty as Trustee In Bankruptcy in In the matter of the Estate of EDWARD Notice Is hereby given that the under- the metier of Gerald L. Veach whose F. ZABINSKI, Deceased. In probate. No. signed has been appointed and has quall-[ wife Is Patrlcla J. Veach, d/b/a Stan* 180304. Notice to creditors, fled as administrator w/w/a of the estate I dard Plumbing, Harwaro and Electrical, Notice Is hereby given ihat the under- of Kenneth W. Ohmart, Deceased; that bankrupts, and HORNER HEATING signed has been appointed and has quail- oil persons having claims against said I COMPANY, a corporation, and JOHN tied as admlnlstralrix of the estate of deceased are hereby required to servel DOE HORNER and JANE DOE HOR- Edward F. Zablnskl, Deceased; that all the same duly verlfled, on said admlnls-I NER, his wife, d/b/a Hornet Heating persons having claims against said de- strafer w/w/a or his attorneys of record I Company, Oefendonts. No. 637231• ceased are hereby required to serve the at the address below stated, and file thai Summons by Publication. same duly verified, on said admlnlstratrlx same with the Clerk of said Court, to-ITHE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: or her attorneys of record at the address gather with proof of such service wtthln I Gerald L. Vench and Patrlcla J Vsoch, below stated, and file the same wlth the six months after the date of first publlca- his wife, defendants: Clerk at said Court, together with proof lion of this notice, or the same will be( YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to of such service within six months oiler barred, appear within sixty (60) days after the the date of first publication of this notice, Date of first publication April 2, 1965. first publication of this summons, to-wit: or the same will be barred. O.F. SCARPELLI, I withln sixty (60) days after the 2nd day Date of first publication April 2, 1965. Administrator w/w/a at said EstatelOf April, 1965, and defend the above On- HELEN J. ZABINSKI, 563 Olymn;oc N'tlonal Life Building tiffed action and the above entitled cause Adminlstrotrix of sold Estate Seattle, Wash. 98104 [and answer the complaint of the platntlff 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, W0sh. MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, land serve a copy of your answer upon CURRAN & CURRAN Attarneys for Estate, I the undersigned attorneys for the pain- Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Life Building, tiff at their office as be ow stated; and 213 4th Ave. Sa., Kent, Wash Seattle, Wash. 98104 In case of your failure 8o to do, o ludg- PFinal 4-16-651 PFinal 4-16- truant will be rendered against you ac- cording to the demand of the complaint which has been filed with the clerk af OUR PARISH so,d oourt The oblect of thls action Is to fore- close a mortgago upon real estate In .. ".'. King County, Washington, described as: II East 130 feet of the South 230 feet • .T, ,[. O!L=7"y of the southwest quarter of the north- P/-="'7"//VG east quarler of the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of section 33, township 22 north, range 5 east, W•M., In King County, Washlngton, EXCEPT the south 30 feet thereof conveyed to King County by deed re. corded under auditor's fife No. 5345304, and EXCEPT the north 30 I J In Memoriam ! Fr00d"Y' . THE P00OGRESS.,, O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended the souls of the following de- Parted priests who served the Church and sods in this area: The Rev. Timothy Cronin, died April 11, 1917 The Rev. Leo Martin S J, died April 12, 1958. The Rev. A. W. Schneider, died April 13, 1908. The Rev. Ulric Scheffold OSB, died April 13, 1909. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Gustave Achtergael, died April 14, 1943. The Rev. Joseph Doran, died April 15, 1964. O my lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the etrong arms o[ Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprlnkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, in Thy faith and in Thy love, Amen, PRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Requiem Sung By Brother For Ben Christoph Requiem Mass was sung for Ben Christoph by his brother, Bremerton HOULE, Emile, 84, Norton Nursing Home. Requiem April 3 Our Lady, Star of the Sea Church. Born in Boston, Mass., and lived In this area since 1914. Retired chipper from Puget Sound Naval Shipyard. Surviving are two sis- ters, Annie White, Retell, and Mary Cahlfont, St. Vincent Home, Seattle. Everett SMITH, Corm Fronclno, Infant daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith, n"ope o =ew'ngs Ke,o .,ed April 3. Mass of the An- gels April 6 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Born In .Longview March I, 1965. In addltion ta her par- ET l,='erna" ents she leaves her maternal gran- parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Leary, Everett; paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Orval Smith, Marysvllle; and her great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Nelnls, Marcus, lowa• Cassldy Funeral Home. Fife KURPIESKI, Mrs. Camille. Requiem Apri! 2 St. Martin of Tours Church. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, di- rected by Cassedy and Alien Mortuary. Port Orchard HAAKE, Francis E., 57, Olalla, died March 31. Requiem April 5 St. Gab- rlel's Church. Born In Ferdinand, In- diana and was a retired chief electri- cian's mote In the US Navy Subma- rine Service. He organized the first volunteec fire deportment in O la I la and was the first fire chief. Surviving are his wile, Victoria; four sons, Leo, San Pedro, Calif., Larry, Tacoma, Roy, US N a v y in Honolulu, and Robin at home; his mother, Mrs. Henry Haake, Ferdinand, Indlano; three sisters, Mrs. Agnes Wlesell, Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. MagdalEne Pianos, Detroit, Mrs. Mary Louise Johnson, Hawesvllle, Ky.; two brothers, Oscar and Roy, Ferdl. nand; and six grandchildren. Seattle BANGUIS, Roman, 62, 8725 Second Ave. NW, died April 3. Requiem Ap- ril 7 St. James Cathedral. Born in Bahai, the PhIHpplnes. Came here 40 years ago. Was Interior decorator and worked as a pointer for Puget Sound Bridge & Dry Dock Co. Member Local 300, Painters' Union. Survlvors: his wife, Mary C.; two daughters, Mrs. Terry Cox and Gloria A• Banguis, both Seattle; and Paul O. in Merchant Marine; and six grandchildren. Bur/al Holyrood. Manning & Sons. BARONE, Michele, 68, 3808 Interlake Ave. N., died March 31. Requiem April 3 St. Benedict's Church. Came to United States from his native Italy in 1913. Moved here In 1931• Was employed In heavy construction business. Retired In 1962 from Union Oil Co. Member Holy Name Society. Survivors: wife, Fran- ces; three daughters, Mary Barone, Se- attle; Mrs. Robert Francois, Mountlake Terrace; an Mrs, James Millet, In Germany; a son, Michael Barone, Se- attle; a brother, Dominic Barone, Port. land; a sister, Mrs. Mike Petardl, Se- attle, and 18 grandchildren. Burial tn Calvary. Hoffner's Flsher-Kalfus. BELANGER, Mrs. AlariC (Ellen Lo- mns), 66, 3729 S. W. Webster St,-dled April 4. Requiem April 8 Our Lady af Guadalupe Church. Born In Belfast, Ireland. Came ta Seattle in 1923 from Irelana. Had been practical nurse at St. Vincent's Home until retiring ten years ago. Survivors: her husband, Alaric; two sons, Lawrence and Harry Belanger, both of Seattle; four daugh. tars. Aileen Belanger, Mrs. Patricia Bridges and Mrs. Shirley Thomas, all of Seattle; and Mrs. WInefred Thomas, Los Vegas, and nine grandchildren. Burial Holyrood. White Center Funeral Home. ERONK, Stanley, 58, 6209 53rd Ave. NE, riled April 2. Requiem April 6 St. Alphonsus Church. Was native of Senttie. Was retired chief warrant of- ricer in Marine Corps, having served from 1927 to 1953. Was Japanese pris- ener of war during World War II. Bur- ial Ho[yrood. Haffner's FIsher-Kalfus• COUGHLIN, John E., 1014 E. Mercer St., died April 3. Requiem April 7 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Sur- vivors: wlte, Clara; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Ann Colllgmon and Mrs. Helen Parker; son, Edward Coughlln; brother, Henry Coughlin; six grandchildren and eight grant-grandchildren. Burial In Den- ver, Colo. Booth-Ashmore Mortuary. stDI RE, Antonio (Tony), 620 S." King • died April 2. Requiem April 5 St. James Cathedral. Survlvers: three sisters, Irma Blrllngelrrl; "Raftaela Mar- chione, and GIovanna Taddee, all at Montreal, Quebec. Burial Holyrood. Booth-Ashmore. GABLE, George M., 85, 5917 Califor- nia Ave. SW, died April 3. ReQuiem April 6, Our Lady of Guadaiupe Church. orn In South Dakota. Came to Seattle In 1942 from Huron, S. D• Was carpenter. Former member Corpen. ter's Union. Survivors: brother, Fred, Huron; sisters, Kathryn Gill, Huron; Inls Smith, Kansas City, Kansas. Bur- lal Holyrood. West Home Chapel. HAYES, Edward J., 72, 7001 Meri- dian Ave. N, died April 3. Requiem April 7 St• Benedict's Church. Survivors: wife. Isabella; daughter, Mrs. Douglas Reid; sister, Mayvle Johns, all Sent. tie; two grandchildren. Burial Halyrood. Green Lake Funeral Home. MARIER, John, 70, 411 46th Ave. SW, died March 31. Requiem April $ Holy Rosary Church. Born In Minne- apolis. Moved here tn 1919 from Ab- erdeen. From 1932 until his retirement In 1957 he owned Marler Studio In West Seattle. Was A r m y veteran of First World Wnr. Survivors: wife, Blanche; a son, Donald W. Marler, Washington, D.C.; and three brothers, George and Fred, both Seattle; and Albany Marler, Spokane. Burial In Calvary. Howdah. Kennedy. McGUIRK, J• E., 71, 1409 NW SBth St., dled March 3t. Requiem April 3 St. Benedict's Church. Born at Pueblo, Calo. Came 1o Seattle In 1903. Far many Yenrs was consultant and authority on Maxwell-Chrysler automobile. L a t • r operated Jack's Lend Shop. Member Holy Name Society and member Plumb- ere and Plpeflttere Union. Survlvare sister, Mrs. Mary Shadw_,ll, Seattle. Burial Calvary. Hoffner's Fisher-Kalfus. LOS ANGELES (NC) -- Comedian Bob Hope had them guffawing long and often when he spoke at the Catholic Press Council dinner here. The dinner was a "warm, familial gather- ing" honoring James Francis Cardinal McIntyre of Los An- geles. The comedian on the same night appeared at a benefit dinner for the Jewish Home for the Aged, which honored US Sen. George Murphy. The reason he had come to the Catholic Press Council dinner, said Hope, was because his wife, Dolores, a Catholic, "bad demanded equal time." Hope made the caBual aside that "being married to a Catholic is almost like being one: I had to go all the way to Viemam to get meat on Friday." Hope said the press council gathering represented the most Catholics he'd seen in one place since the making Df "John Goldfarb, now showing at the Vatican as a horror movie." Referring to his recent golf tournament, Hope said hie wife has asked the cardinal to bless his golf dubs. "I put $20 in the poor box," he said. "Then I showed the cardinal my swing. He gave me back the $20, and I put the dubs in the poor box. e Hope--Again ST. MARY'S COLLEGE, Calif. (NC) -- Multi-decorated comedian Bob Hope will be presented with the fifth annual Genesian Award of the Asso- ciates of St. Mary's College here at a dinner April 24. Brother T. Michael FSC, col- lege president, will make the presentation. The award, named for St. Genesius, patron of actors, is given annually by the Christian Brothers' college to an enter- miner for outstanding service to humanity. Because of his annual tours to entertain U.S. armed forces personnel over- seas Hope has not spent a Christmas at home since World War II. Brazil Bans 'The Deputy BRASILIA (NC) -- Brazilian government censors have ban- ned presentation of the contro- versial play "The Deputy" in this country. Written by German play- wright Rolf Hochhuth, "The Deputy" is critical of Pope Pius XII's attitude toward Nazi per- secution of Jews during World War II. A B r a z i I i a n government spokesman said the play "turns Jews against Catholics, pro- voking old-hatreds now for- gotten." LEGAL NOTICE WILLIAMS, LANZA, KASTNER & GIBBS Attorneys 1440 Woshington Building Seoftls, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State af Washington for the County of King. In the matter of the Estate af PATTI C. SCHRAMM, Deceased. In probate. No. Cause of Spanish Nun Progresses PAMPLONA, Spain (NC) -- The diocesan process for the beatification of Mother Ascen- sin Nicol, foundress of the 180315• Notice to creditors. Dorninica Missionary Sisters Notice Is hereby given that the under- slgned has been appolnted and has qunll- of the Most Holy Rosary, has fled as Executor of the estate of Patti closed here at the Sisters' no- C. Schromm, Deceased; that all persons vitiate, the house in which she having claims against sold decedeed are Father Van Christoph, SJ, of Spokane April 8 at Sacred Heart Church. Mr. Christoph, 65, died April 4 after a long illness. He was born in Menominee, Mich., and had been a resident of St. Vin- cent's Home the Past 26 years. Surviving besides F a t h e r Christoph are a sister, Sister Mary Basilla, SNJM, Maryl. hurst, Ore., and another brother, Brother Loyola Chris- toph, CSC, Chester, N.Y. Sea file RYBA, Mrs. Agnes Josephine, 77, 1605 SW Webster St., died April 3.Re- quiem April 7 Our Lady of Guodalupe Church. Came to Senttie from San Francisco 67 years ago. Survivors: sister, .Mrs. L. C• Thomas St., Ontario, Calif.; brothers, Frank Dalber, Port- land; Andrew Dolber, Long Beach, Calif. Burtal Holyrond. Yarlngtn's While Center Funeral Home. SHAW, Mrs. Katherine C., 56, 40 Earl Ave. HW, died March 20. Requiem April 3 st. Alphonsus Church. Born In El Paso, Texas. Came to Seattle In 1951. Member Catholic Daughters of America, Queen Institute, Young Ladles Institute, and Altar Society. Survivors: husband, James H.; daughter, Agnes Leutz; brothers, William and Albert Corbln, both of Albuquerque, N.M.; Harry Corbin of Tacoma; slstare, Sister Mary Eudora, SC, Colorado Springs, Colo.; Sister Marion Louise, $C, Pueb- lo, Cola and Mrs• Ethel Flinn, Rockwell, N.M. Burial HolYrood• Hoffner's Ftsher- Kalfus. SOKYTIS, Joseph F., 56, 1821 N. 143rd St., died Aprtl 1 in Seward, Alaska. Requiem April S Christ the King Church. Survivors: wife, Madelyn; daughter, Jeanne Sokytis, Seattle; two brothers, David and Albert Sokytis, both of Bremerton; sisters, Mrs. Grace Gilbert, and Mrs. Bertha Allen, both of Bremerton; and Sister Mary Estella UP, Plttsburg, Calif. SULLIVAN, John F., 251 7th Ave. West. Died March 30. Requiem, April 3, St. Anne's Church. Survivors: wife, Clara; son, Donald F.; daughter, Diane M. Sullivan; brother Emmett J.; and sister, Helena Sullivan; Stepbrothers William and James McCarthy; ond stop- sister, Mrs. Margaret Kovach. TWo grandchildren. Burial, Holyrood. Bleifz Funeral Home. WILLIAMS, Howm'd G., 63, 115-16th Ave. E., died March 31. Redulem, Aprll 3, St. Joseph's Church. Was a member of Catholic Inter-racial Society, the Catholic Workers Movement, and the Holy Names Society. Survivors: wife, Mary; sisters, Mrs. H. T. Buckner, and Mrs. George Mondhan, both Se- attle; and brother, Harry Wllllams, Florida. Burial, Calvary. Bonney-Wofson Chapel. Tacoma BIEGLER, Wendelln James Jr. Requi- em Aprll 2 Vlsltatloo Church, directed by Mountain View Funeral Home. HARKINS, Charles, 79, 7004 South G Street, died March 29. Requiem April 1 St. Ann's Church. Born In Ireland and lived In Tacoma the Past two years, coming from Graham where he was a farmer since 1922. Surviving nre his widow, Margaret; three sons, James, Tacoma, Patrick, Puyallup and Charles, Graham; a daughter, Mrs. Ingwer (Kathleen} Hanson, Tacoma; two broth- ers in Ireland; five sisters, Mrs. Nancy Ferry, SI]n Francisco, and the others in ireland; and 15 grandchildren: trder- ment Calvary Cemetery, Tacama-dl- rected by Gaffney Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials be to St. Ann's Church building fund, JENKS, Mrs. William A. (Celia). Requiem April 4 St. Lea'e Church. Burial Mountain View Memortal Park, directed by Mountain view Funeral Home. MOCZERNiUK, John. Requiem April 1 Vlsltatlon Church. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, directed by Piper Funeral Home. Vancouver CLARK, Florence E., 98, died April 3. Requiem April 5 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Earn In Three Rivers, Canada and lived In Vancouver the pst flvll years, and formerly 40 years In Yakl- ma• She was a chiropractor In Yakl- ma and Tacoma for several years. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Berna- dette McCluskte, Vancouver; a grand. daughter, Mrs. C. L. Gilbert, Vancou- ver; and great granddaughters, Bonnte, Mary Joan and Susan Gilbert, all of Vancouver; and great grandso,, John Gllbert of Vancouver. Interment Cal- vary Cemetery, Yaklma, dlrncted by HamHton-Mylan Funeral Home. LATHROP, Ollver I., 74, 801S NE 2.Sth Street, dled Aprll S• Requlem Aprll 8 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Former. ly of Klamoth Falls, Ore., for the past 2S years. Survlvlng are son John O. Lathrop, Duluth, Mlnn.; five grandchil- dren and two grsot-grnndchIIdren; a sis- ter; Mrs. LOIS Almatne, Duluth, Mtnn. Interment St. James Acres directed by Hamllton-Mylan Funeral Home. Births ABERDEEN -- St. Joseph Heq=Itel re- ports the followlng blrths to Mr. ahd Mrs.: Joe E. Thompson, girl, March S. Patrick W. Holly, boy, March 11. Bradford H. Barnes, girl, March 1S. Nell G. Gwlnn, girl, March 20. Samuel G. Easter, twin girls, March l& William G. RaJcich, girl, March 27, CHEHALIS -- St. Helent Hespltl ports the following births to Mr. agd Mrs.: Arthur O. Zigler, glrl, March 23. Richard A. Chase, boy, March 2/, John C• Miller, boy, March 28. "There will be no treasurer's report this month as she is keeping silent for lent" feet thereof; hereby requtred to serve the same, duly died Sept. 24, 1944, n: to obtain a deficiency ludgment for vertised, on said Executor or hls attorneys She founded her cornmullity balance due on a promissory note of record at the address below stated, . secured by said mortgage and far the and file the same with the Clerk Of sold In 1918 in w h a t is now the other and usual Inc dance to the fore- COurt, together with pront of such service vicariate apostollc of Puerto closure af a real estate mortgage, within six months after the date of first First publication April 2, 1965• publication of this natlce, or the same ]V(ado in Peru. Its object ROBERT H. LAMB will be barred. BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Date of first publication April 2, 19. was to evangelize the iahabi- Attorneys far Plalntlff JOHN R.D1JULIO, tBJlts of the forests of :Peru. 1407 Alaska Building Executor of said Esthh} Dwight Hurn, girl, March 28. John Chllds, girl, March 30. LONGVlEW -- St. John's Hesplltll re. ports tha following births to Mr. end Mrs.: John J. Scoff, boy, March . Barry M. Brown, girl, April 1. Carmen G. Galloway, glrl, April 1 Spurgeen H. Parker, boy, AI'II 2 Seattle, Washington 98104 P--Final 5-7.6 LENIHAN & IVERS • : Attorneys 1114 Norton Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County Of King In the Matter at the Estate of MARY RUTAN KELLY, Deceased. Na. 1S038& Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been apOainted and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of MARY RUTAN KELLY, Oeceased; that a per- sons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Executor or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk af said Court, together with proof at such service within six months offer the date of first publication af this no- tice, o/" the same will be barred. Date of first publication April 9th, 1965. D. E• BEATTIE Executor of sued Estate 1114 Norton Bldg. Seattle, Wash, 98104. LENtHAN & IVERS [ Attorneys for Estate, 1114 Norton Bulldlng Seaflle, Wash. I . Final 4-23-65 5521 SO. Frentenae, Seattle, Wash. WILLIAMS, LANZA, KASTNER & GIBBS Attorneys for Estate, 1440 Washington Bulldlng, Senflle, Wash. p-moa 4-1_._ Birthplace Preserved DUBLIN (HC) -- A "250-year. old cottage near Callan, Coun- ty Kilkenny, in which Brother Edmund Ignatius Rice, founder of the Irish Christian Brothers was born in 1762, is to be pre- sewed in his memory. The thatched cottage, still in good condition, has been oc- cupied almost continuously by members of the Rice family. The cause for the Brother's be. atification has been introduced in Rome, UNDERTAKING COMPANY _| P]00on00 L 1410 N.E. 115th St. (at 15th Ave. N.E.) II I