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The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS, 907 Terry Ave. ,oo00 April 19, for Mrs. Katie Keane _ MA 2 8880 Extension 61 at l0a.m, at Immaculate Heart m II of Mary Church. The Rosary will be Sunday, April 18, at 8 p.m. at Lemley's Mortuary. --p, ATE 30c PER LINE CLOSING TIME 4 P.M., WEDNESDA'r Mrs. Keane who would have been 85 May 1 died April 14. MINIMUM CHARGE: She had worked for the Church $1--3 Lines HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE and the community for the past Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m, 4 PJ LLAR H P' 50 years. PHONE or WRITE  Born Kathleen O'Neill in PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 901 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE COLONIAL ^ssu'00PT,ON PAR,sH Bishops Asked SPECIAL OFFERING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 3 YRS. YOUNG st, ,. EXTRAS T P bli . k OPEN TO OFFER--Copo Cod. FHA ap- O U S Sf Li EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE 5 BEDROOMS praised $19,500. Entry hall, large living Amazing new liquid plastic coaling used 3 BATHS roam with fireplace, separate dining ...kA r+,, room, formica-counter kitchen with a rs on a,I types of surfaces Interior or $20 950 small table space, 2 twin-size bedrooms. |1 exterior. Eliminates waxing when ap- Full basement, finished bedroom or plied on Asphalt Tile, Vinyl, Linoleum, I MUNICH, Germany (NC) -- study. Fenced rear yard with patio. Vinyl Asbestos, Hard Wood, and Furnl- Mint lulep atmosphere with oll of the New electric range, new carpeting and The bishops of Germany have lure. Completely eliminates painting wife-saver features. Available today, drapes throughout. Call LA 3-8198 or been asked by the Catholic when applied to Wood, Metal or Con- Ceramic tile kitchen with built-In range, MA 2-4350. crete surfaces. This finish Js also re- oven, dishwasher and garbage disposal. commended for boots and automobiles. Formal dining room. Wont a rec, room MARSHALL LEE Academy of Munich to issue for a party or the klds to play? Henry Broderick, Inc. a "martyrolcy" -- a list of NO COMPETITION You've got It here. Located on a traf- m u r d e r e d and imprisoned hese are exclusive formulas In de- tic-free dead end street Just steps from QUEEN ANNE Catholics-covering the period and by oil businesses, Industry and oll schools and shopping. Call EM 4- mes. No franchise fee. Minimum In- 1180. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. 1701 4TH AVE. N. stment--$300. Maximum investment PICTURE FLOOR PLANS, INC. 4 BDRMS.--2 PLUS BATHS O" Nazi ccmtrol before and dur- --$7,000. Investment Is secured by in- 13300 Bothell Way N.E. SPacious home on large corner let Wlth i,ng World W ar II. view of Cascades. Children walk to It has been reported that ventory. Factory trained personnel will EM 4-J iS0 public and parochial schools. Entrance help set up your business. hall, lovely living room with fireplace, names are akady being com. For complete details and descriptive NEED A large formal dining room and roomy piled in the 22 dioceses d literature write: kitchen. Ceramic tile bath--1 both and CHEM-PLASTICS & BIG 1 bedroom down. Garage and basement. West Germany. sewers and natural gas hot water heat. PAINT CORP. Owner by appointment. $17,500. AT 2- Konrad Repge, professor of 1828 Locust st. Louis 3, Me. 5651. mlern history for the acad- WOULD YOU be Interested In Importing HOME? BY OWNER: Vashon, Washington. 3 bed- emy, warned German histor- Religious Articles from Europe? The It rarely happens, but now we have room brl;k and shake home. 200x106 ft. let. Picture windows, fireplace, tans not to accept blindly the lsemand for imported reggious articles three, yes, three, roomy 5-bedroom ever Increasing. Investment required, homes In St. Joseph's Parish. See them plenty of closets. Close to schools and "logends" of Catholics B.idJng all business center. FHA appraised $15,750. all AT 3-3480 before 2 p.m. dally, for and take your pick. Priced from further Information. $16,500 to $18,500. Coil Mary Bracelln, Call MU 2-8676 evenings or anytime the German regime and its - EA 3-8717 or EA 5-0700. CLIFTON AL- during weekend, persecution o[ the Jnvs. Rap- CARPET WORK BRIGHT, RLTR. 2 BLOCKS from St. Catherine's. Brick gen spoke at a press confer- .. home--5 bedrooms, 2 baths, full base- RUG AND UPHOLSTERY LOVELY ment, landscaped. $28,000; $7,000 down, eA'lce for the publication of a CLEANING balance on contract. Owner. LA 4-3149. new book dealing with diplo- In your home. BIG RAMBLER ASSUMPTION CHURCH KRAMER CLEANER LA5-5450 Min. Dwn.--FHA $15,000 matic notes between the Holy IN TOP, CLOSE-IN AREA NEAR S and Nazi Germany. bedroom EXPANDABLE. Unfinished up- CONTRACTING N SERVICES RAINIER GOLF CLUB--PUBLIC AND stairs will afford 2 mOre bedrooms. The book asserts that the PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS. FOR Roof Repairing, new roofs, gutters, Exceptional, large, attractive living rm. This home Is In perfect condition with Papal Secretary of State, Eu- hardwood floors, fireplace, full bose- and downspouts, asbestos and composl- and formal dining rm. Well landscaped ment and on paved streets and side. genio Cardinal Pacelli (later tlon siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed corner lot. 2-car garage. $19,000. walks. Nice backyard for youngsters. Pope Pigs XII) Wail'led the work. Call C. R. Marcyes. EA 4-8481. TR 8-3700 nyTme carl Pat Hentschell (Member Our Lady NEW BUILDING, remodeling, repairs. ALL-AMERICAN HOMES of Lake), LA 4-5010. Nazis as early as May, 1934, Free estimates. Work guaranteed. Phil HILLCREST REALTY that their racial theory was e Gregersen, ME3-5518. BY OWNER 14 N.E. 65th Interior--Exterior FIVE BEDROOMS St. Joseph's- mistake and would lead to dis- Re d li 2BLKS. FROMST. eRENOAN'S Exeellent formalhome. Sevenbodrooms aster. mo e ng Lovely large home lust l'h years old I 2'/2 baths. For appointment to sell call wlth 1,500 sq. It. on maln floor. Famlly Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. room off klfchen. One bedroom end VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. COMPLETE REMODELING SERVICE full bath down; four bedrooms and 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2.5,26 LEGAL NOTICES INSURED . . REFERENCES bath on 2nd floor, Full basement, fin- St. Anne's "0" Down, S Years To Pay Ished with recroofion r=oom and roughed- In bath. Vacuum system lhroughout; EgTATE SALE. Four-bedroom home; WILLIAMS, LANZA, KASTNER & GIBes HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. drapes and carpeting; all built-ins, Ir 50x120 ft. lot. $11,000. Evenings call Attorneys 3948 S. Mead eluding new dishwasher. Professionall' Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439. 1440 Washington Building PA 2-4463 landscaped. $37,900. Coil HU 6-6839. Blaine Really seattle, Washlngtan LAWNMOWER SHARPENING. WASHER- NEAR VOLUNTEER PARK 111/2 Boston AT 3-5511 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE DRYER PARTS. BIKES. 8 A.M.-6 P.M., Slate of Washington for the County of MOB. THRU SAT. 8442 DALLAS S. Sf] Joseph's Parish King. ' Large home; 3 bedrooms and sleepln! In the mofte of the Estate of PATTI C. FOOD--ENTERTAINMENT porch. Stove and refrigerator. Big 'O1 LEGAL NOTICES SCHRAMM, Deceased. In probate. No. Hot water heating plant. Immediate 180315. Notice to creditors. possession. - - Notice Is hereby given that the under- TORTILLAS McCUTCHEN REALTY MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO signed has been appointed and has quail- Attorneys fled as Executor of the estate of Patti LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 363 Olympic Nat'l. Life Bldg. C. Schromm, Deceased; that all persons 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE5-1480 S BDRMS., 11/'2 BATHS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Seattle, Wash. 98104 having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly FOR RENT FIREPLACE-- HARDW'D THRUOUT State of Washington for the County of verified, on said Executor or his attorneys  NR ST. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL King of record at the address below stated, ASSEMBLY HOTEL FULL BSMT.--HOT WATER HEAT In the Mailer of the Estate of SAM P. and file the same with the Clerk of said Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block $17,050--FHA APPRAISED LOGOZZO, Deceased. In Probate. No. Court, together with proof of such service Cathedral. Wclk to St. Joseph, Seattle Prep and 180388. Notice to Creditors. within six months otter the dale of first MA. 3-4174 V? block to bus. A real tamlly home. Notice Is hereby given that the under- publication of this notice, or the same OFFICE SPACE available. Suitable for Extra wash basin in bedrooms. Birch signed has bean appointed and has quail- will be barred. general practitioner of medicine; pre- cabinet kitchen, formica counters, fled as Executor of the estate of Sam Date of first publication April 2, 1965, far Catholic. Northeast Clinic, 6850 double sink unit, disposal. Actually a F. Logozzo, Deceased; that all persons JOHN R. DIJULIO, 5579. doublo living room. View corner dining having claims against said deceased are Executor of said Estate rtments. Clean, qule room. Entry hall with built-in mirror, hereby required to serve the same duly 5521 So. Frontenac, "'wlthln walking distance of hospitals. Sprinkling system In grounds . . . 37S0 verified, on said executor or his attar- Seattle, Wash, Union Arms & Manor, 604 E. Union. down payment. We can show you ANY- nays of record at the address below WILLIAMS, LANZA, KASTNER & GIBBS JEAR COLUNi-BI-KfTY-S-YOR:-s--B,N-K- TIME . . . LA 2-7500. Tom McPherson, stated, and file the same wlth the Clerk Attorneys for Estate, SUPER MARKETS -- FIVE ROOMS, Realtor. of said Court, togelher with proof of such 1440 Washington Building, FULL BASIMENT, LARGE LOT, ASSUMPTION PARISH service within six months after the date Seattle, Wash. of first publication of this notice, or the P--Final 4.16-65 VIEWI DOUBLE GARAGE. $75 PER 4772--3Mh N.E. same will be barred, MONTH, (WILL LEASE WITH OP- New. 3 bedrooms, large ranch kitchen ,Date of first publication April 16, 1965. CURRAN & CURRAN, Afforney= TION). with 12x12 eating area. Daylight base- ROCKY LOGOZZO 213 4th Ave. $o., Kent, Wash. SEWARD PARK REALTY ment with finished recreation room, full Executor of said Estate. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE bath and 3 more bedrooms roughed In. c/o 563 Olympic Nat'l Life Bldg. Stale of Washington for the County of PA 5-3300 s blks. to Assumption, 2 bikE. Unlver- Seattle, Wash. 98104. King, NEWLY redecorated, furnished three- slty Village, 1 blk. to bus. $20,950. DOMINICK V. DRIANO In the matter of the Estate of EDWARD room apartment. Washer. $50. EA 4-5238. Builder, EA 4-4016. MOSCHELLO, ALFIERI & DRIANO F. ZABINSKI, Decensed. In probate. No. WALKING distance to St. Louise Church Attorneys for Estate, 180304. Notice to credltore. THE Granada--Clean, quiet, reason- and schooI--Easttown Estates, 3-yr.- 563 Olympic Natl. Life Bldg. Notice 18 hereby given that the under- apartments everything furnished, old, by owner. 3-4 bedrooms, 2.3 Seattle, Wash. 98104.  signed has been appointed and has quail- Across St. Lea's Church. 1224 S. Yakl- baths, large family room, all bullf-lns, - Final 4-30, '65 fled as admlnlstrntHx of the estate of me, Tacoma, Wash. new carpets, drapes. Lawn, landscaped, IN "THE SUPERIOR COURT- OF THE Edward F. Zablnskb Deceosed that all persons having claims against said de- ST. JOSEPH'S PARISH fenced. Assume or--. SH 6-9746.  State of Washington in and for the ceased are hereby required to serve the QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY IN County of King Very nice family home; unfurnished. Five NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- same duly verified, on said admlnlstrntrlx bedrooms. Immediate possession. HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. SOCIATION, a corporntlon, or her attorneY's of record at the address McCUTCHEN REALTY LOYAL REALTY Plaintiff, below stated, and'file the same with the MA 4-2377 or EA 2-5611 SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 vs. Clerk of said Court, together with proof .onFtr!' i )i bines T!!:UE  CL:!:in6!:ld!:!: N of such service within six months Oftsr FySTFURNITURE OREg the date of first publication of this notice, S A or the same will be barred. dERltvsEel! l Date of first publication April 2, 1965.HELEN J. ZABINSKI, % Admlnistrotrlx of sold Estate Y atlma Church SUMM NS j RAAB'S REDMOND FURNIT_UR.E and school 3222 34th West _ O BY PUBLICATION 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. 5-1378 Keamond " THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: CURRAN & CURRAN __ [ hTsrOYwifR, dCell;edand s Henryetta B. CIIne, Attorneys for Estate, GREETING CARDS , : 213 4th Ave. So., Kent, Wash. I YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to PFlnal 4-16-65 NURSING HOMES appear within sixty (60) days after the LENIHAN & IVERS EA/I-K (,.,AK!..). J (,..,1"11| I first publication of this summons, to-wit: ,onflrmation and Flrst Communion Cards / RESTFUL MANOR within sixty days'oiler the 9th day of ' April, 1965, and defend the above an- HOOVER VACUUMS ICONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE fill "a ........... REG STERED NURSES 24 HRS nea omn ana 1"he ooove enmlea cause FOR LESS I W,H gTATI:= /It" M .... " a d answer the complaint of the plaintiff and se vea copy of your answer upon Service and repair your cleaner, $3.50 J 3610 Empire Way So. PA 3-2800 the undersi-ned atterne-s for the -lain 5306 Rooseve t Way LA 2-4671 "--"--'-'TJJr'- t"" u y p - IVIr'iL.,l"K INkJMI- Irt at their office as below stated; and 1 ' lath In case of your failure so to do, a ludg- nrmlmr Irl AI, 111 E kw ..... - - . WASH. STATE L.C. NO. NH383 ment will be rendered against you ac-  .. 0 . ,,^. ,., ISraeli cheerful nursln  ham" =.,._. cording fo the demand of the complaint JE'N-'S/-ONLL--AY--V-O-LU-N-'I fee; reas 'rat .... =-" '='' ...... ?" which has been filed with the clerk of rcn xl nslon  prmesslonal nursln J[l::l=Rb. Ie amOllC Lnurcn I=xlenslon ' ' ' g cnJrl nt=r, IW$ociety wonts representatives to sell I care Catholic owned and operated ""t"h,,' '2 " " "h= H^,   " ' o errltor Chape services for Protestant residents" - ..... leC O 1 .............. O toreclose Extension Magazine. Loc 1 t YI " a mort-o-e u ...... ' -"-'- '- v,.. Oregon, Washington and Montana. Start-j E 3-2992. r'n.,tv Wnhlnntn delh d salary, frlngebeneflts. Wrlte P.O. I ...... Lot II, Block I, Mlrror Lake VII- ox 6426 Tlgara ure P'none ME 9 2214 rRKQNAL ....... ' ' '"'"'  -" "_'"= '" "'' [ Ioge, according to plat recorded In WANTED HOUSEKEEPER, Non-smoker.  , voume 64 of pats, page 94 n One-priest rectory. Southern Washing- FOSTEk HOMES King County, Woshlngton; ton, Wonderful opportunity right person. I NEEDED and 1o obtain o deficiency Judgment for Reply by letter only. Box "K" The We hove an urgent need for temporary the balance due on a promissory note Progress. 1foster homes for Infants as well as secured by said mortgage and for the ...... I older ch Idren Board ;ote medical care other and usual Incidence to the fore- LIVE IN, neat Catholic lady for house-land clnthlnn r, nrnvldp.-i hv th= n=n .................. =  closure of a real estate mortgage. keeper and slHer fO start June 5. V t vn. ,'=='= ,..' , " " - , ................ , ........ First date of publication 4-9.65. t114 Norton Bldg. block from church. Race not Important.  on " Re I Illn '' ROBERT H. LAMB, Seattle, Wash. 98104, oom and board plus $100 month, p y ---- )- - n ^-,- Woolle" Wash I DESPERATELY NEEDED BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, LENIHAN & IVERS U IOX =u. )'# ..... '   "1 FOSTER HOME Attorneys for PlolntiU, Attorneys for Estate, FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO 1407 Alaska Building, 1114 Norton Building WOMEN and girls for summer resort WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN Seattle, Washington Seattle, Wash. work: Cook-waitress-kitchen help. H.H. SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE -- PFInal 5-14-65 Barnett, Gateway Inn, Rainier Na- MA 3-9065. ttonal Park, Ashford, Wash. WANTED: Catho,,o tom,l,ee who wou,d OUR PARISH be willing to care tar boys or girls LOTS FOR SALE from thtrteen through elghtesn years. " _ _o __ 1151000000lt00l]0000l!0000l/lllIllJ/JJ Sf. Monica'sMercer Island ot Tacoma. BR 2-9359. 75x127 lot So. of 4335 90th Ave. S.E. STEVEN BROWN Is a 15*yenr-old Cau- Cleared but some fir and other trees. Walk St. Monlca's School and Church, coslan boy. He Is a slow Ioorner and wlll be attendlng Paclflc School; ready publlc schools and llbrary (small dos- to return to fosler core after 2 years ,ses at St. Mantra'st. Improvements In. at Luther Burbank School. HIs only wner-agent. AD 2-8395. trouble was runnlng away as a rn- O- L-L-AO-FT- L----'E action to worries and stress; He has Level lot, 60x102. Only 2 bikE. to church, no reloflvee--moybo you can help Steve 3533 N.E. 93rd. Will build to suit. want to stay and grow emotionally. For Builder, EA 4-4016. further details` phone Mr. Marshall, Cothollc Chlldron's Servlces, MA 3-9065. MISC. FOR SALE PLUMBERS MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS ; Poor Peoples Prices PLUMBING & HEATING New and used steel and pipe. SERVICE U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store 700 South Ellis L.G. MASSART & SONS PA S-8100 4nl 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 ELICIOUS, home-made broken chore- fresh and fine, 89c per lb. POSITIONS WANTED " Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (Opposite Marshall School). COUPLE desire employment as custodian Typewriters & and housekeeper In rectory. D, C. McGrath, 804 B So. Poclflc Coast Adding Machines Hwy., Redondo Beach, Calif. 90277. t Sales -- Rentals Expert Repolr Servlce SEWING AND ALTERATIONS We pick up and deliver No charge for Ioaners ALTERATIONS. Skirt= and dresses, $1.,50 EA 2.4544 up. CootS, $3.50 Up. All plain sewing. TI-FA TYPEWRITER CO. Mu 2U. 1811 E. Olive Way (Off Broadway) TAX RETURN PREPARATION JN N ORGAN,. art,st's mode. with Les,,e peaker. New June" 1964; paid $2500-- INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE ill sell for' $1,600. Ideal for small Our sixth yeai'. Your place or ours. Tel- church. MA 3-7325. . ephone Inquiries welcome. A. L. An- derson. ' NURSING HOME ' PA 2-6126 or PA 5-9314, ANYTIME NO RADIO SERVICE ' AUSTIN'S NURSING TELEVISION A .. HOME FENURICH RADIO & TV 24 hr, Registered Nursing care. "Member St. Edward's Parish"  Z Excellent Food. PA 3 11t9 (Wash.,.tale Lic. NO. 248] 1 900 Roosevelt Way N E. LA 3.4296 UPHOLSTERERS -' /" ISSAQUAH VILLA  (  O._a.,p[f Catholic Operated PHY'SICALCOp'ed upholsterer Notionally accredited for intensive care. will reupholster youi" furniture renson-I No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) able. SU 3-2791. "Oh, come now it isn't that badF' Requiem For Katie J ln Memoriam I z=  _ i ..... [ Keane, Pioneer, onday TO the'charityofyourMasses :V@1[[$ii1=!i County Cork, Ireland, she was land prayers are commended .... the eldest of 12 children. After study in England she worked in Ireland with the mentally ill coming to this country in 1910. She married John Keane whom she had known in Ire- land and they came to Sedro WooIIey in 1912. They worked at the hospital there at a salary of $30 a month. After Mr. Keane's death in ]938 Mrs. Keane continued work at the hospital, preparing rooms for the first 30 patients in the one building then existing. She instituted the first occu- pational therapy program there in 1930. Later she traveled as guard escorting patients to the institution. Mrs. Keane was never known to have spoken an unkind word, achieving re- sults with firmness, kindness and sympathy. She retired in 1950. In her retirement Mrs. Keane continued good works as president of the Altar Society and in collecting for the St. Vincent de Paul Society. She was honored with a re- ception at Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish in 1961. Surviving is a daughter, 3anet Forza. t Discourses Published VATICAN CITY (NC) -- The first volume of the discc,,urses of Pope Paul VI, covering the period from June 1 to Dec. 31, 1963, has been published by the Vatican Polyglot Press. LEGAL NOTICES MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO Attorneys $3 Olympic National Life Building Seattle, Wash. 98104 the souls of the foUowing de- o: ..... : parted priests who served the O my lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong Church and souls in this area: arms of Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. The Rev. Francis Jones, died April 19, 1936 The Rev. Joseph Francis Con- way, died April 21, 1948 Bainbridge Island HOODENPYLE, Mrs. Charles D. (Margaret), 44, Rt. 1, Box 1338, died April 9 of cancer. Requtem April 12 St. Cecelio's Church. Born In Everett but moved to Seattle as a young child. Attended St. Margaret's Grade School and was graduated from Holy Angeles High School. She had lived on Boinbridge Island since 1940 where she worked as a beautician. Survivors are her husband; sons, James C., Corvallis, William D., Balnbridge Is- land, Charles D., at home; brother, Mites Crowley, Pleasant Hills, Caltf.; sisters, Mrs. Florence Rhode and Mrs. Patrtcla Langness, both Seaflle, Mrs. Mary Lowe, Roswell, N.M., and Mrs. Dorothy Ronnig, Port Angeles, Burial Port BlokelY Cemetery, Owyen Funeral Home. Everett was a member of the Altar Society, Surviving are o son, Richard Ronn- back, Everett; two sisters, Mrs. Mildred Munsan, Everett, and Mrs. Vyetta Wilson, Edmonds; and four grandchil- dren. Burial Evergreen Cemetery, Cas- sldy Funeral Home. Lacey DAMITIO, Mrs. Laureffa Dahlqulst, 27, died April 10. Requlom April 13 Sacred Heart'Church. She was born and raised In Belllnghom and was a teacher In the North Thurston School Dstrict. Surviving are her husband, Charles; two children, Christopher and Sarah; her mother, Mrs. Agnes Dahl- Ouist, Be/lingham; twin sisters, Mrs. Charles tusby, Seattle, and Miss Eliz- abeth . Dahlqulst, Tacoma; brothers, Perry Dahlqulst, Kent and Tom Dahl- qulst, Bellinghom. 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 sprinkling; 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. Seattle COMMEREE, Miss Vlvtenne C., 223 14th Ave. E,, dled Aprll 10. Redulom April 13 Our Lady Chapel St. James Cathedral Survlv0rs: slster=, Mrs. J. D. Reach, Mrs. Karl Van Normonn, Mrs. Stewart Gudget, Sister. St, Denyse; brothers, Clifford H,, Vtateur M., Bernard A, Laurence N, and Ken- neth Commeree. Monnlng and Sonl. GRISWOLD, Paul T,, 56, 1412 Thlrd Ave., died Aprll 8. Requiem Aprll 12 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Cathedral. Native of MissaUlo, Mont. Cae tO Se- attle 52 years ago. Jolned advertising department The Times in 1936. Was artist and salesman. From 1943 to 1943 served in the Army, Was head The Times' advertising services department from 1946 to 1948. Survivor: a dough- 1e, Sister M. Ruth Ellen, SMJM. Requiem Sung For Sister M. :: Cecil Tocik TACOMA -- Requlem Mass was sung for Sister Mary Cecil Tocik OSF, April 10 at St Jo- seph's Hospital chapel. Sister Mary Cecil, 58 was born in Wilmington, Del., and came'to Tacoma in 1958 from Klamath Falls, Ore. She Was" RONNBACK, Drusllla M., 56, 2106 Burial Holyrood. Manning & Sons. HOFFMAN, Henry, 78, 100 ROY St., State Street, died April 9. Requiem died April 9, Requlem, April 12, Sacred April 12 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Born in Everett of a pioneer Heart Church. 'Was a member of family who came there in 1898. She" Knights of Columbus. Survivors: wife, Helen; sons, Nardhoff, Washington, D. Olympia MULLIGAN, James Martin, 78, 500 North Garrison Street, dled April 7. Requiem April 10 St. Michael's Church. He lived in Olymola .qnce 12 ','ears of age, working for Springer Mill and Hyak until retirement. Surviving are f,'s wife, Leilo; a son Frederick C. Mulligan, Bremerton; a daughler, Mrs, Clarence (Elizabeth) Neese, Olympia; a l:4other, Robert Mulligan, Port Angeles; IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE two sist-rs. Mrs. Julia League, Seattle, State of Washington for the County of and Mrs. Kate Boyce, Vancouver; three grandchildren and 12 great-grandchil- King. In the matter of the Estate of KENNETH dren. W. OHMART, Deceased. In probate. No. In-- II -- 179428. Nollce to creditors, rUya-Ula Notice Is hereby raven that the under- WALLER, Mrs. Joseph (Frances] signed has been appointed and has quail- 573905 Gay Read, died April 5. Re- fled as administrator w/w/a of the estate qutem April 8 All Saints Church. Born of Kenneth W. Ohmart, Deceased; that In Lubfn, Wis.; and came to the area a persons having claims against said 54 Years ago. Surviving are her huE- deceased are hereby requ red to serve band; a daughter, Mrs. Donald (Leone) the same duly verified, on said odmlnls- Matz, Puyallup; a sister, Mrs. Joseph sfrotor w/w/a or his attorneys of record Grotzer, Puyallup; two brothers, Anion at the address below stated, and file the and Walter Mlleskl, both of Puyallup; same with the Clerk of said Court, lo- and four grandchildren. gelher with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publlca- Renfon tlon of this notice, or the same will be VAN LAMMEREN, John, 11S Burnett. barred. Requiem April 10 St. Anthony's Church. Dale of first publication April 2, 1965. Surviving ore his wife, Margetha; O. F. SCARPELLI, Administrator w/w/o of said Estate daughters, Mrs. Johanna Starkovlch, Puyallup; Mrs. Dlanna DooleY, Rentan; 563 Olymoac N'honal Life Building one brother, and one sister In Holland. Seattle, Wash, 98104 Interment Greenwood, directed by MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Stokes Mortuary, Ronton. Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic National Life Building, Seattle Seaflle, Wash. 98104 BATEMAN, Mrs. None, 65, 5380 S. PPtnal 4-16-65 Wallace St., died Aorll 9. Requiem TRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, Attorneys April 13, St. Paul's Church. Survivors: 1407 Alaska Building son, Harvey; sister, Mrs. Anna Llnd, Seattle, Washington 98104 both Seaflle; sister, Mrs. Gertrudl Sul- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE ltvor, Butte, Mont.; two grandchildren. State of Washington In and for the Columbia Funeral Home. County of King. CAPURRO, John Beel, 79, 11823 SECURITY SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOo 40th Ave, $., died April 9. Requlom CIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. April 13 St. Thomas Church, Riverton. GERALD L, VEACH and PATRICIA J. Born in Italy. Came to United" States VEACH, his wife, HAROLD H. GOR- 59 years ago. Was retired gardner. LICK and JANE DOE GORLICIC his Survivors: his wife, Condida; two wife, LAIRD B. PETERSON, In his aaughters, Mrs. James Carr, SeaHte, capacity as Trustee in Bankruptcy in and Mrs. Castelonelli, Lodb Callf,; a the matter of Gerald L. Veach whose son, Armando Copurro, Seaffle: elght wife is Patricla J. Veach, d/b/a Start- glandchlldren nnd three great-grondo dord Plumbing, Hdrware and Electrlcah children. Burtal Washington Memorial bankrupts, and HORNER HEATING Park. Georgetown Funeral Home. COMPANY, a corporation, and JOHN DOE HORNER an JANE DOE HOR- NER, hls wlfe, d/b/o Homer Heating Dedicates Company, Defendants. No. 637231, Summons by Publication. T.E STATE OF WAS.,.GTON TO: Catechist Gerald L. Veach and PatTIto J. Veoch, his wife, defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to SChOOl appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons, to-wit: within sixty (60) days after the 2rid day T A I C H U N G. Formosa -- of April, 1965, and defend the above an- titled action and the above entitled cause Bishop William Kupfer, MM, and answer the complaint of the plaintiff recently dedicated a men's cote- and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plain- chist school here in a ceremony tiff at their office as below stated; and attended by many priests, Sis- In case of your failure so to do, a Judg. ment will be rendered against you ac- ters and Brothers. cording to the demand of the complaint The Taichung diocese cate- which has been filed with the clerk of said court, chist school has a history going C., and Michael, New York City; daughters, Mrs. RosalJa Jeppson, ,Spo- kane; Mrs. Neupert and Mrs. Monlco. Crosby, Seattle; brother,: Raymond, New York City; 24 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Burial, Calvary. Bonney-Wolson. JOHNSTON, Miss Rose, died Aprll3. Requiem April 8 Our Lady Chapel, St. James Colhedral. No survivors. Bur- ial Holyrood. Booth-Ashmore. LYCETTE, .John .Phillip, 64, 1244 Parkslde Drive E., died April 9, Requi- em April 12, St. Teresa's Church. Graduated from University of Wash- Ington school of Law In 1922, and prac- Ticed here with the law firm of Lycette, Diamond & Sylvester. Survlvbrs: wife, Julia; sons, John P., Jr,, William H. and David LYcette, all of Seattle; sis- ter, Mrs. Donald Morbeck, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho; a brother, Frank LY- carte, Walla Walla, and seven grand- children, Burial, Holyrood. Bonneyo Watson. McANDREWS, Michael Josh, $3, 326] 30th Ave. SW, died April S. Re. oumm April 8 Holy Rosary Church. Born In North Dakota. Resided here 14 years. Was warehouseman for eoelng Co. Member Aero Mechanics' Union. Survivors: wife, LIIlion A.; four sons, Michael, Mark, Dental and Timothy McAnd=:ews, all Seattle; four daughters, a science teacher, formerly em- ployed in Lancaster, Pa., and Klamath Falls. She was a. member of the staff Of St. 3o- .soph's Hospital School of Nurs- ing. Surviving are three brothers; Father John' F. Tocik, Wilm- ington, Dr. William A. To:ik, Indianapolis, and Joseph F. To- cik, Cambridge, Md.; and two sisters, Mrs. James F. Rigney, Claymon, Del., and Mrs. Wil- liam A. Shields, Newcastle, Del. Burial was in Calvary Ceme. tery, Tacoma, directed by aff- ney's Funeral Home. World's Senior Bishop Dies BRISBANE, Australia (NC) --Archbishop ]'ames Duhig of Brisbane, the world's senior- The oblect of this action Is to fore- back to 1904, when it was be- close a mortgage upon real estate In King County, Washington, described as: gun by the Spanish Dominican East 130 feet of the South 230 feet Fathers in Lotsu, the oldest Attorneys of the southwest quarter of the north. 1114 Norta aullding east quorler of the northwest quarter mission in the diocese. sonffle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE of the southwest quarter of section Twenty young men are stu- State of Washington for the County of 33, township 22 north, range 5 east, ing at the school to become W.M., in King County, Washington, King EXCEPT the south 30 feet thereof catechists. The school has fa- In the Matter of the Estate of MARY conveyed to King County by deed re- RUTPN KELLY, Deceased. No. 180386. cilities for thirty students. corded dnder auditor's file No. Notice to Creditors, , Notice Is hereby given that the under- 5345304, and EXCEPT the north 30 "Good catechists, s a i d signed has been appointed and has quoit- feet thereof; fled as Executor of the estate of MARY and to obtain a deflclency ludgment for Maryknoll Father Robert H. RUTAN KELLY, Deceased; that all per- the balance due on a promissory note Strottan, MM, of Cincinnati, sons having claims against sold deceased secured by said mortgage and for the Ohl.o, "are incUspensahle. They ore hereby required to serve the same, other and usual incidence to the fore- duly verified, on said Executor or his closure of a real estate mortgage, serve daily Mass, teach the attorneys of record at the address below First publleatlon April 2, 1965. catechism to all who wish to stated, and file the same with the Clerk ROBERT H. LAMB of said Court, together with proof of BRUMBACH ,& HENNESSEY, study, conduct many of the or- such service within six months after Attorneys for Plaintiff dinary affairs for the priest the date of first publication of this no- 1407 Alaska Building rice, or the same will be barred. Seattle, Washington 98104 and stand by to handle any Date of first ubllcatlon April 9th, 1965. P--Flnal 5-7..65 emergencies that may arise. D, E. BEATTIE -T & MOORE "The spirit of the parish in Executor of sa!d Estate Attorneys 1702 Smith Tower many eases depends on the IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE soome, wo. io4 catechists," said the missioner. I State of washington for the County of K,ng II In theMafferoftheEstoteofMAHALA Po Shows Final 4-23.65 DUNGFELTER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 180189. Notice To Crsdltors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- qlf signed has been appointed and has quail, anish Wanf V fled as Admlnlstratrlx of the estate of M A.ALA OUNGFELTER. Deceaseq; Church Unify 1hot all Persons having claims against sold deceased are hereby required to to serve the same duly verified, on said MADRID, Spain (NC)- The Aomlnlstrotrlx or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the vast majority of the Spanish with the Clerk of said Court, to- people believe it is necessary gather with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publl- to work for Christen. unity, but cation of this notice, or the same will be nearly 40 percent are in favor barred. Dale of first publication April 18, 1965. at keeping some restrictions ESTHER QUAALE, against Protestant churches in Admlnlstratrlx of said Estate. 1702 Smlth Tower, this country, a survey has re- Seattle, Wash. 98104 vented. HAROLD A. MOORE of GUIMONT & MOORE, The national poll carried out Attorneys for Estate, by the government-run Institute 1702 Smlth Tower, Seattle, Wash. 98104 [or Public Opinion has shown P--Final: 4-30-65 that 98% of the population are MOSCHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO for church unity. Attorneys 33 Olympic National Life Bldg. However the survey showed sent,s, Wash. 98104 that less than half of the people IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of (48 per cent) are in favor of King In the Matter of the Estate" of JOHAN- granting non-Catholics the same NA M. WIGEN, Deceased. In Probate. rights of worship and publicity NO. 180361. Notice To Creditors enjoyed by the Catholic Church Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- in Spain, Some 37 per cent be- fled as Executor of the estate of JO- l,eve it is necessary to retain HANNA M. WIGEN, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- some restrictions against non- ceased are hereby required to serve the Catholics, while 15 per cent same duly verified, on said WALTER W. BARNELL or his attorneys of record have no opinion. at the address below stated, and file The Spanish 'government, in the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service cGoperation with Catholic lead- within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the ers, is preparing to modify or same will be barred, eliminate Spain's present dis- )afe of first publication April 9th, criminatory regulations against 196S. WALTER W. DARNELL, Executor of said Estate. c/o 563 Olympic NatL Life eldg., Domlnlck V. Drlano of MO$CHETTO, ALFIERI & DRIANO, Attorneys for Estate, 563 Olympic Notional Life Bldg., Seattle, Wash. 98104 PFlnal 4.23-6 non-Catholic religions. "No man is happier than the Christian, for to him is prom- used the kingdom of heaven." --St. Jerome f Janet, Catherine and Martha MAn- draws, Seattle, and Mrs. Rudy Angulo, San Jose, Callf,; a brother, Shonley McAndrews, In the Army, and seven sisters, Mrs. Ben Tweet, Thompson, N.D.; Mrs. M. O. Lande, Grand Forks, N.D.; Mrs. Rose Holmes, Milwaukee, WIs.,; Mrs. William Kemp Redondo Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Beatrice Wallln North Branch, Minn.; and Mrs. Ella Moe Drake, and Mrs. Hanker, both of Spokane. Burial In Calvary. Howdea- Kennedy. McELMEEL, Ow.=n, 90, 4831 3Sth Ave. SW, die0 Aorll 11, Requiem April 14 St. Jeseph Church. Was retired lawyer and former dean of the law-school at St. Thomas College, St. Paul, Minn. Survivors: wife, Bonnetto; son, Dr. Eu- gene McEImeel, Seattle; five grand- children. Burial, Calvary. Mqnnlng and Sons. NORTON, Richard H. J, 40, 152411 Densmore Ave. N., died April 10. Requiem April 3, St. Luke's Church. Survivors: wife, Ciemtlne (Tlna];" son, Richard Jr., Hamilton AFB, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Carol Smvthe, Evereff: mother, Mrs. Florence A. Norton, and brother, Donald A. Norton, both of Se- attle, and one granddaughter. Greenlake Funeral Home. -WINK, Andrew, 93, 4831 35th Ave. S.W., died April 12. Requtem April 14 St. Teresa's Church, Native of Ger- many. A 52-year resident of Seattle. Was retired produce salesman. Sur- vivors: son, Charles; daughter, Mrs. Anthony Merz, both Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Carl Utterback, Des Moines; 15 grandchildren; 39 grnat-grondchlldren. Burlc Calvary. Bonney-Wotson. Sedro WooIley COFFMAN, George M., 65, Rt. I died April 5. Requiem April 9 Ira- inoculate Heart of Mary Church. He was a retired night foreman of Skaglt Corp. Surviving are his wife, Dollle; four sons, Lloyd Cole, Auburn, and Don, Bill and Calvln Cole, Sedro Woolley; two ,daughters# Mrs. Paul Slatfery, Ketchkan, and Mr=. Leon Smith, Everett; a brother, Melvin, Eureka, Calif.; 21 grandllldren and 12 great.grandchlldron. Tacoma ANCICH, Jack A., 53, 2107 S. Ah Street, died April 9. Requiem April 13 St, Leo's Church, Born In TacOma  the. son of Anna Anlch and the late Mar- fin Anclch, pioneer Gig Harbor tamly. He Ned In Gig Harbor until 1942 when he moved to Tacoma. He was a self employed fish broker having wbrked In the fish busJnar for 22 years. Survlvar= Include, besides his mother, his wife, Milllcent; Iwo daugh- ters Jo Anna and Jeannine and a son, Jack Anthony Jr,, nit Of Tacoma; two brothers, Antane, Seattle, and George, Gig Harbor; and two slster=, Mrs. Rose Tarabochlo and Mrs. Kath- erine Franlch, both at Gig Harbor. B u r i a i Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma. Goffney Funeral Home. GHOLSON, George H., ,, 912 E. 6th St., dled April 7. Requiem April 10 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Missouri and lived In Tacoma 30 years.,He was a truck driver for Flett Dairy for 20 years. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; a son, William D., Tacoma; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Johnson, Tacoma, and Mrs. Georgla Lauchland, Modesta, Calif.; and 11 grnndchildron. Burial Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma. LEO, Mrs. E. Frank (Ressla), 79, 3102 N. Warner St., died April 12. Requiem April 14 St. Patrick's Church. Born In Murray, Idaho and came to Tacoma In 1904. She WaS one of the first white children born In the. Coeur d'Alene country. She was a graduate of Holy Names Academy, Spokane, and taught in a one-room school house in Murray. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ruth L. Server, and a grCndson, David L. Server, bath Tacoma.'r'Burtal Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, :dlreded bY Gaffney Chapel. NEVIN, JosePh D., 64, 4005 6th Ave- nue, died April, 9. Requiem April 12 St. Patrick's Church. Born In Montana and lived in Tacoma 32 years. Retired owner of the Nevln Grovery Store. Surviving ore his wife, Edith; o dough. fer, Mrs. Lenore Nabbefleld, Tacoma; four brothers, Ernest, Emery and Even, all of Butte, and Edward, Se- attle; two slsters> Mrs. Ida GuaY, Butte, and Mrs. Momle Stelnselfer, Klamath Falls, Ore.; and two grond- chtldre RUSSELL, Mrs. WIIItom lB. (LUCy), 81, Burbank, Calif., died April 12. Requiem April 14 in Burbank. Born In St. Paul, Minn., and lived In Tacoma from 1899 to 1916. Later Ifved In Seattle and moved to Colitornla In 1947. She was a member of St. Prancl xavier Church In Burbank. Surviving ore two sons, William E. J., and Joseph F., both of Burbank; a brother-ln-taw, Walter A, McDonald, and a slster4n. law, Mrs. Rosalie Davis, beth of Ta- coma. Burial Calvary . Cemetery, Ta- coma, directed by Goffney Funeral Home. I FISHER.KALFUS FUNERAL HOME Serving Catholic Families For Over Thirty Years ON-GROUNDS PARKING MElrose 2-0100 S08 North 36th Seattle GEORGE HOFFNER Owner I ranking Catholic bishop, has died here April 10 following a. six-week illness at the age"0f 93. Born in Ireland, the arch. bishop emigrated' to Australia - with his parents. He was or- dained in 1896 and made a bishop when only 33 years old by Pope St. PiLlS X in 1905. He became an archbishop in 1912, and had been archbishop of Brisbane since 1917. He was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1954, and was thus styled. "Archbishop Sir James Duhig.Y. With Archbishop D u hi g"s! dehth, 'seniority in the" episco- pate fells to 9&year-old rch-. bishop Angelo Paino, retired archbishop of Messina, Italy; who was consecrated in lg0. Vancouver HAKE, Matthew Robert, age 7, 1112 NE 66th Street, riled April 7. Moss of tl Angels April 12 Our Lady of LOuT. des Church. He was the son of'Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Hake and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Hake, Torrnnce/ Calif., and Mr. ahd Mrs. Ivan StuartH San Frmtclsco; also surviving ore two brothers, Thomas A. and Mark HOke of the home. Maffhew was In the first :cnna 'r'el, of Hazel Dell Elementary Births BELLINGHAM  St. JOSeph's (fen,- erol H o s p I t O I rlporlt the ollowing births .to Mr. and Mrs, . " " - : John Jerns Jr., boy, April ,7 '' ,, - : CharleS Llndhouf, boy, Aprll ii Richard SWan, boy, AIII 8 : .', 3 Edward J. DeVIIlez, girl, April 8 CHEHALIS -- St. Helen's Hospltbl re. ports tha foIIowln9 blrthi fe Mr. Mre.: . . Gary Williams, boy, April 6 Robert Blsboe, girl, April 6. TACOMA -- Sf. Joslph'0 H0spltoI r'e-, ports the followIn9 birth to Mr. td Mrs.: James ZeoHIn, girl, March I Rtchard $chonberg, glrl, March 1 Robert Manning, boy, March 3 Joseph Classerath, girl, March 3 Larry Mostrom, girl, March 4 Edmund Dressier, girl, March 4 William Crossmon, bay, March $ Martin Inglln, gtrl, March 5 Bruce Briggs, boy March 0 Robert Wells, boy, March 9 Truman Collins, girl, March 9 " Robert Sroka, girl, March 10- Joseph Underwood, giN, March 12 Julian Benoit, girl, March 12 Edwin Correau, girl, March-13 Louis Stump, boy, March 14 William Zenk, boy, March 15 Nee Garltano, boy, March 16 Robert Gosselln, boy, March 16 Lawrence O'Neill, bay, March 21 Rex Bell, boy, March 21 John McConaghy, girl, March 22 Maria Stebner, girl, March 24 Gary Lyden boy March 25 William Bailey, bay, March 26 James Houston, boy, March 27 Charles Benolt, girl, March 27 Richard James, girl, March 29 Lenard Campbell boy, Nrch ) William Burk, girl, March 30 Richard Br=nfln, boy, March 31 ii CASSlI) ' . Funeral Home. Robert Cassidy/Pres. James Cassidy, FTice Pres. EVERETT 30010AKES AL2.2178