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i i BUY WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE: 3ac PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE,, SEATTLe MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE '58 CHEV. Delray 2 door. $375. Damage fender. Good running condition. WE 7- 2938. CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. PROGRI00SS =.= PHONE: MA 2.8880--.Local 21 -:- SELECT HOMES FROM THE PROGRESS I ST. CATHERINE'S $64 /V00O $16,2oo 4 huge bedrooms, large living roam, KRAMER CLEANER LA. $.5450 Green 'Lake GEMI Terrific 4 bedroom fireplace, formal din. rm. New kitchen home with provincial charm (open CONTRACTING stairway to upper level). Spacious for- mat living & d'lnlng rooms. Fufly car- I & A CONSTRUCTION peted W/W. Nice lot, near everything. JUST $35 DOWN & NO CLOSING COSTS. CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & REPAIRS CALL LA 5-6116 BEST'S INC. CONCRETE WORK, PATIOS, NEAR ST. JOHN'S HOME & INCOME Four spaclous rooms for owner plus In- law apt. on lower level. M o d e r n throughout. Only $12,950. Drive byl 114 N.W. 801h. If Interested coll. THURMOND'S CENTRAL REALTY AT 4-1515 127 Mercer S BLOCKS ASSUMPTION Now under construction. S possible bed- rooms, 2 baths, full dallte bsmt. Com- pleted before Oct. 1. $20,950. Builder. EA 4-4016. ST. JOSEPH'S For the buyer who wanls quick occu- :mncy of 4 bedroom house with 1'/2 baths, large living room with fireplace, nice kitchen with ample breakfast room. Small enclosed yard, level street and only 2 blocks to St. Joseph's. Easy FHA terms in the low, low twenty's. Carl Mr. Monca, EA 2.5251. MERLEN J. MOORE CO. 405 15th E. EA 5.4000 lh BLOCK ST. JOSEPH'S " " BY OWNER 4 bedroom, v ng rm , stone fireplace, drapes, large, dining room, family size kitchen, recreation room In basement. EA 2-4728 or LA 3.0850. 1 BLOCK ST. PHILOMENA CHURCH & SCHOOL 1500 sq. ft. rambler. Finished basement, 9 units at built Ins. Sound view. Sacri- fice. $22,300. Below FHA appraisal. TR 8-2958. NURSING HOME AUSTIN'S NURSING , HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. No. 248) 9005 Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 with built.in range, I baths, full bsmt. Cleqn and vacant,, move In be- fore school starts. Call Pat Hentsehell, member of Our Lady of, the Lake. LA 4;5010. r HILLCREST REALTY, INC:, REALTOR 3414 N.E. 6STH , LA 4-5010 TOP OF OUEEN ANNE ST. ANNE'S PARISH Dutch Colonial, 3 bedroom, large Ilv. rm., fireplace, double plumbing. Corner lot. $19,500. Mr. Garrison, AT 2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 11'/2 BOSTON AT 3-5511 $14,000 Our Lady of the Lake FULL BASEMENT--3 bedroom tamlly ,home. Nice living room with tlreplnce, separate dining. Nicely landscaped lot. 'Close shopplng & bus., FHA Appraised. $450 Down CRAWFORO & COIOVER 8040 35th N.E. LA 3-5555 PRESTIGE 3 bedroom home, lovely & spacious, SE- LECT No. Capilol Hlfl. Quality carpet- Ing included. In.law apartment In base- ment. Owners moving to Europe. GOOD VALUE. CALL MARY BRACELIN EA 3-9711 CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. 1550 Olive Way EA 5-0700 NEAR ST. JOHN'S 3 bedroom, range. W-W carpets. Drapes. CH 4-8375. BY OWNER Tile bath, tile kitchen; Living room, dln- ing room. 2 bedrooms on main floor. 2 rooms unfinished upstairs. Finished recreation room. Laundry and garage In basement. Large lot fenced. 2 blocks to St. Johns. SU 3-6997. 2 BLOCKS ST. PAUL'S Older 2 story home, exceptional y argo, all Improvements In, 3 bedrooms, living & family room, extra large utility and play room, Modern kitchen with amp eating space. Secluded yard with trees. Double garage. By owner. PA 3-1597. HOLY ROSARY BY OWNER Modern 12 yr. old daylight basement home, some view, beautiful grounds. 3 bedrooms, recreation room. Patio. Walking distance to Holy Rosary. FHA $16,525. WE 5-3492. ST. BRENDON'S BY OWNER Older' 3 bedrooms, well kept home on t/a acre wooded lot, across from new Cath- olic church & school. 3rd bedroom Is also large playroom. Country kitchen, carpeted, paneled living room-dining room. Fireplace. Immediate sale. At. $15,750. Contract terms. Phone HU 6- 7360 or HU 6-3212. ST. FRANCIS OF ASS'ISI-SEAHURS-T"-- 5 bedr, aoms.3 bnlhs, executive-home, for sale or lease option. $28,950 Mr $190 per month. By owner. CH 2-4181. RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARl REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Emglre Way So. PA 5-2900 PERSONAL FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED We have an urgent need for temporary froster homes for Infants as well as folder children. Board rate, medical care and clothing are provided by the agency. If you are Interested, please call MA 3.9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES THERE IS urgent need tar Catholic Fos- ter Parants to care for newborn babes --Please coil Catholic Children's Serv- Ices;of Tacoma BR 2.9359. NEAR ST. PlUS Owner. 2 bedrooms, frame house, fire- place, w/w carpets, electric heat, go- rage, full appliances, $12,500. PR 6-4518. PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING , , SERVICE Radiant Heating . .. Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4AOI 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3.6850 2 NEW homes.. West Seaflle and whi Center. 8y eullderi. One with spec- tacular view. Owner. ME '2.4983. WE ,6416. ....  ';.TWO BLOCKS 5"1". PAUL's OLDER. 2 story, home; except ooo y large, all tntprovemenfil In, 3 bed- rooms, living and tam ly room, extra large.utility and play .room' Modern kitchen; with ample eat ng space. Se- cludedYord with 4rees, Double garage. Ey own&. PA 3-1597. NEWLY' Pedebornted/' 7 bedroom home, near St. Joseph's and Seattle Prep. , bl6k'bOs. ;EA, 5-5718. LEGAL NOTICES BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys' 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 96104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE State of Washington In and tar the Count', = of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS. SOCIATION, a cnrparatlon, Plalnfltt, vs. GALEN D. GILMORE and JANE DOE GILMORE, his wife, MARY LOU NO- LAN a/k/a MARY LOU HOCHSTAT- TER, a/k/o MARY LOU GILMORE, and JOHN DOE NOLAN her husband, ORV N MESSEGEE, in his capacity as Executor of the Estate of Stephen Hochstatter, deceased, and In his ca- pacity as trustee for Stephen NoSan and Alice Marie Nolan, SEATTLE TRUST AND SAVINGS BANK a corporation, In Its capacity as trustee for Stephen Helen and Alice Mar/e Nolan, STE- PHEN NOLAN and ALICE MARIE NOLAN, Defendants. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: GALEND. GILMORE and JANE DOE GILMORE, his wife, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) days after the first publication of this summons ta-wt: within sixty (60) days after the 14th day of August, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and answer ths complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their offices below RECREATIONAL PROPERTIES WHIDBEY ISLAND 40 acres Eastslde near No. Bluff Rd. Holmes Harbor. View of Cascades & Sound. By owner. Easy terms, $9,750. AT 3-9607. WEST SIDE OF WHIDBEY Large lot at Ledgewood Beach. All Im- provements In. Panoramic view of Sound & Olympics. Close to commu- nity bench & park. Easy terms. By owner. $3,900. AT 3-9607. REPAIRS Free Pick Up and Delivery Today Vacuum Repairs, $3.50 Tom McEIroy LA ,2-467111 SITUATIONS WANTED YOUNG Father wants full or part-time work. Exp. markets, gas stations, auto ports. Will do anything. WE 7-2939. HANDICAPPED person, clerical, filing and phone work. 13 yrs. experience In rectory office. For Further Informa- tion call EA 4.1009 before 11 a.m. or after 6 p.m. NURSE. COMPANION TO ELDERLY PERSON. Experienced all tYpe cases. Excellent references. MA 2.6264. TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1t/2 LEGAL NOTICES CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys 2t3 4th AVe. So., P.O. Box 148 Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King i stated; and In case of your failure so 1o In the Matter of the Estate of CHARLES I do, a Judgment will be granted against HERMAN SCHENDEL Deceased In YOU according to the demands of the No Ic to Creditors compla nt wh ch has been tiled with the Probate, No 177362 t e Notice Is hereby given that the under-J clerk of said court. s uoll The object of this action Is to fore- signed has been appelnted and ha q "J I fled as administrator of the estate oflCese a mortgage upon real estate In Charles Herman Schendel Deceased; King County, Washington, described as that all persons having claims against Lot 96 of Sunny View Heights Addl. said deceased ore hereby required tai lion, an Addition to the City at Seaffle serve the same duly verified, on said: as per pat recorded In Volume 30 of administrator or his attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk at said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first pub- lication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Dote of first publication August 2S, 1964. VIRGIL A. H. SPILKER Administrator of said Estate 213 4th Ave. So., P.O. Box t48, Kent, Wash. CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate, 213 4tb Avs. So., P.O. Box 148, Kent, Wash. Final 9-11, '64 Plots, page 29, records of King County; situate In the City of Seattle, County at King, State of Washington; and to obtain a deticlency Judgment for the balance due on a promissory note secured by said mortgage and for the other and usual incidents to the foreclos- ure at a real estate mortgage. Plrst publication 8/14/64. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff Address: 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 99104 Plnal 9/19/64 CARPORTS, PAINTING CALL IVAN AL 5-3416 SAVE 30% FINEST, PAINTING, PAPER HANGING, WALLPAPER D I S P L A Y ON HAND. GENERAL CARPENTRY AND CEMENT WORK. FREE ESTIMATES. AT. 3-1836 OR AT. 3-6655 FOR ROOF REPAIRING, new roofs, gut- ters and downspouts, asbestos and position siding. Free estimates. Guar- anteed, work. Call C. R. AT 3-1936 or AT 3-6655. SAVE 30% Finest pointing, papering. Wall paper dlsglay on hand. Free estimates. AT 3.1836. FOODENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA Mexl-Catessen 9436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5.1460 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Rates. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 I ST. ANNE'S PARISH Lovely 4V7 Room Apt., In beautiful brick Bungalow, suitable for 2 Adults. Across from Parish. including heal water, stove, refrigeration, garage available. $95. AT 2-6901 or AT 2-7442. ST. CATHERINE'S Furnished. Free rent to Sept. It. Beautl- fully furnished, 1 bedroom apt. Immac- ulate, cathedra ceiling, file both, elec- tr c heat, off street parking. 7 rain. Univ. of Wash. & Lake C ty. Apply Mgr, LA 4-6215. WEST SEATTLE Unturnlshed 2 bedroom, brick duplex, fireplace, file kilchen, basement. 6123 S.W. Spokane, near Beach Drive. Gainsborough 1017 Minor 3 BLOCKS TO ST. JAMES Spacious apartment home, preferred br ck bul dlng large 3 bedroom, 2 bath suite. Excellent clty Sound & mountain view Beautifully maintained garden court. Elevators, excellent heat hot water service. For appointment Inspect, conlact Mr. John Foley, ME 2-5011--Mr. Jerry Welsh, EA 2-9154. COAST INVESTMENT CO. MU 2-8444 ......... 2133 5th A.ve. FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evsnlng "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5.1378 Redmond ; HiLP WANTED : PREVENT =IRES 'WITH'GOOD ELECTRIC WIRING FOR THE HOME LoW. pr c: .moll 0bsvelcome ALSO, we InStall gas furnaces'ahd water heatrl.. REED WRIGHT Heating &' Ele.tr['C6', : AT. 3-1234 living quarters. Reter to Box KC, g- , ross, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 99104. F0-1--RT= CT O R y Housekeeper: Interested parties. Write Box "W". Northwest Progress, 907 Terry Ave. [X p E R I'E N C E-D--TELE P H ON E ADVER- TISING SOLICITOR, In town and out of town, car helpful but not necessary. Generous commissions and expenses. ; Apply Mr. Becklngham, Catholic North- west Progress, or call MA 2-8880. I *MISC. FOR SALE MR, & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used sleel and pipe, U.$. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY .:: 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 ''DELIC OUS, home-made broken choc-: elates. Fresh and fine, 89c per Ib.'f ( Candy K tchen, $99 Ravenna Blvd. HE  (opposite: Marshall School). I NURSING HOMES MERCER HOME 533 14th E. WASH. STATE LIC. NO. NH383 'Small, cheertu nursing home. Excellent food, reas. rates, professional nursing care. Catholic owned and operated. Chapel services tar Protestant residents. Accomodatlon for summer residents. : EA 3-2992. SOUTH "H-A-V-*EI NURSING HOME Catholic Operated IN BURIEN IndlvId.al care for all types and ages. Rates You can handle For detailed into. phone owner. WE 7-6346---CH 3.3056. Wash. Stale LIc. No. 491 'AVEN NURSING HOME Catholic Operated In West Seattle Rates you can handle. Owner. WE 7-6346 -- WE 7-9750 (Wash. state llc. No. 338) - STUBBINGS- NURSING HOME "Catholic operated" Private cases only. State LIc. No. 69 1732.16th Ave. EA. 3.6061 -'ssA-Q U A H VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) LEGAL NOTICES DURHAM & GUIMONT Attorney 1702 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State at Washington for the County of King. n the Mailer of the Estate of RAFAEL P. MINA, Deceased. In Probate. No. 151804. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Dlstrlbullon. Notice Is hereby given that Johnny P. MIna administrator of the Estate of Retool P. Mine, Deceased, has filed a the office of the Clerk at said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled dd to discharge sold Administrator; and that sold Report and petition will be heard on the 23 day of September, 1964, at 10:00 A.M. Of the Court Room of the Probate Deportment of sold Court, of which time and place any persons Interested In said Estate may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Doted this 13 day of August, 1964. First ,pubqcatlon 8-21, 64. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of sold Court By /s/ R. E. Boarmare Deputy. R. P. GUIMONT Attorney for Estate, 1702 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. Final 94.64 KANE & SPELLMAN Attorneys for Estate 907 Arctic Bldg. P. R. MclNTOSH Attornsy 8$th and Greenwood Seattle 3, Wash. Seattle, Wash. 99104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE IIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State ut Washington tar the County ot J State at Washington for the County King at King. In the Matter of the Guardianship of: In the Molter of the Estate of GEORGE MARY T. MASSONG, Incompetent. No. OLSEN, Deceased. in Probate. No. 177224. Notice to Creditors. 177419. Notice to Credltars. Notice Is hereby given that the under- I Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and ha, quail- signed has been appointed and has quail- tied as guardian of the above entttledfied MS 'Admlnlstratrlx cf the estate of estate; that all persons having claims George Olsen, Deceased; that oil persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve thn same duly verified, on said Admlnlstra)rlx or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with.the Clerk at said Court, together wllh proof at such service within six months after the date at first publleation of this notice, of: the same wll be barred. Date at first publleatlon August 14, 1964. DELORES M. OLSEN . Admlnlstratrlx at said Estaie. 907 Arctic Bldg. Seattle, Wash. KANE & SPELLMAN By John D. SPellman Attorneys for Estale, 907 Arctic Bldg. 5eattlo, Wash. 98104 Plnal IF29.64 SELL WITH THEM CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday BLOCK St. Plus Church and School. 3 bedrooms, possible 2 In bsemont. Large lot, fenced yard for chlldran. Landscaped. $17,950. Coil PR 9-0429. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE $ large bedrooms, family and recreation rm. 2 fireplaces, schoole, beach nearby. Roman brick. $35,750. LA 4-6166. NORTH END ST. MARK'S 3 lovely homes, rambler, 3 and 4 large bedrooms, 2 full file baths, 1,500 "to 1700 sq. ft. plus carports. Next to St. Mark's. 519,975 to $21,900. Must see to appreciate. Owner.Builder, 18044 12th N,E. EM 2-5502. Buden 3 Bedroom $250 Down $14,500 Oh the convenience of It, lust a few blocks to school and shopping. In St. Francis Parish. Minutes to downtown Snaffle. Located In the nice polite Burlea area. Featurtng 3 bedrooms and large IIv. and din rm. Attached ga- rage, fenced and handsomely land- scaped grounds. A young home tar folks with young Ideas and very easy to own. With lust $250 down. Our Exclusive, Call CH 3-15,50 SOUTH END BROKERS, INC. 11036 1ST AVE. S. School Teacher ' Desperately Needs Wedgewood area, 3 bedroom, basement. To $18,500. Call Mrs. McGarry, PR 6-3188. TOWN OR COUNTRY "REALTY 8919 236th 5.W. LI 6-1000 ST. JOSEPH'S A pleasant comfortable home, large IIv. Ing room, 4 corner bedrooms. Full basement, nice yard. Reasonably priced. Call Mrs. Murphy. EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. VINCENT D. MILLER 3817 N.E. 45TH LA 2-5626 1533 N.E. 95fh 5 YEAR SPLIT LEVEL 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, recreatln room, plus finlshed play area. W.w carpet. Drapes. Butlt.ln range and dishwasher. Fenced yard with native trees. $31,500. JO HUNT LA 3-0707 Benedictines Open New Monastery OXFORD, N.C.(NC) -- Holy Mother of God monastery, new Benedictine foundation, is lo- cated near here on the site of Woodlawn, an estate dating back to colonial days. The founding superior is Rev. Peter Minard, O.S.B., who orig- inally was attached to the Ab- bey of St. Martin, Liguge, France, and who has served as novice master at several Bene- dictine monasteries. Members of the new community will lead contemplative lives and support themselves by their own man- ual labors. The 29-acre.tract was dona.td to the Raleigh diocese in 1944 b.y Mrs. Martha Lanier Chew- nmg. LEGAL NOTICES EIJGENE D. ZELENSKY Attorney 4i8 Henry Bu,di,g Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for King County In the Matter at the Estate at MAE VIOLA STEVENS, Deceased. In Pro- bate. No. 172289. Notice of Heartng Final Repe and Petition for Dlstrlbu. tion. Notice Is hereby glvea that JAMES J. LANE, JR.., Administrator w.w.a, of the Estate of Man Viola Stevens, has flied In the office of the Clerk at said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to seflle sold Report, distribute the property to the Persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Administrator W.W.A.; and that said Re- pert and petition will be heard on the 30th day of. September, t964, at 10:00 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Department of sold Court, at which time and place any person Interested In sold Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated thls 21st day at August, 1964. First publlcatlon 8-28-64. NORMAN H. RIODELI. Clerk of said Court. EUGENE D. ZELENSKY, Attorney for Estate, 428 Henry Bulldlng, Seattle, Wash. P--Final 9.11-64 BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 140/ Alaska Building Seattle, Washlngtan 99104 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County at King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. CLAUDE E. SNYDER and HELLEN JAYNE SNYOER; his wife, Defendants. Summons by Publlcat/on No. 624378. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: CLAUDE E. SNYOER and HELLEN JAYNE SNYOER, his wlte, defendants: You are bereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days after the first pub- ilcatlon of this summons, to-wit; within sixty (60) days after the 7th day Of August, 1964, and defend the above en- filled action and the above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plalntlft and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned offornays for the plaintiff at their Office below stated; and In case of our failure so to do, a Judgment will be granted against you accordlng to the demands of the complalnt, whlch has been filed w;th the clerk of sald court. The object at thls action Is to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate, In King County, Washington, descrlhed as: Lots 43 and 44 Block 7, Allentown Addition to the City at Snaffle, ac- cording to plat recorded in Volume 12 of Plats, page 100, in King County, Washington, and to obtain a doflclsncY Judgment for the balance due on a promissory note secured by enid mortgage and for the other and usual Incidents to the fore- closure of a real estate mortgage. ROBERT H. LAMB Brumpach & Hennessey Attorneys for Plaintiff Fine/ 9-11-64 against said MARY MASSONG, are here- by required to serve the same duly veri. fled, on said guardian or her attorne of record at the address below stated and file the same with the Clerk at sole Court, together with proof of such ser- vice, within six months after the date at first publication at this notice or the same will be barred. Date of first pobllcatloo August 14th, 1964. MAGDALENE PETERSON Guardian of said Estate Address 345 N. 72nd Seattle 3, Wash. P. R. Mclntosh Attorney tar Estole Greenwood Block 85th and Greenwood Senttll 3, Washington Final 8-28-64 J. NElL MAHONEY Aflornoy 15 Central Building,. Seattle, Wash. Pioneer Bishop Of Canada's Far North Dies FORT SMITH, N.W.T. (NC) -- Bishop Pierre Faliaize, O. M.I., a pioneer missionary of Canada's Far North, has died. Death came August 10th aft- er a second severe heart at- tack here on the edge of the wild country he loved, The bishop, who was 77, came to Canada from France in 1912 shortly after his ordination as an Oblate of Mary Immaculate priest. He was assigned to the Mackenzie vicariate to con- tinue the work of two mission- ary priests who had been slain by a demented Indian. In 1931 he was appointed co- adjutor bishop to Bishop Gab- fiel Breynat, O.M.I., vicar apostolic of the Mackenzie. : In a land of 50-below tom- poratures, blizzards and un- marked trails, Bishop Fall. aide made the rounds of his mission posts in canoes and dog.team sleds. Bishop FaR- aize toiled until 1939 w h e n : failing health and snow blind- ness caused him to resign. Bishop Fallaize went back to his native France, spent 20 years as a confessor for pil- grims at Lisieux, the shrine of the Little Flower. In 1961 he accepted an invi- tation to take up residence here in the mission territory he loved. I In Memoriam J O the charity of your Masses and prayer, are commended the souls of the following de- parted priest who served the Church and souls in this area: The R ev. Michael Aloysius Quinland, died Aug. 29, 1944. The Rev. William Quigiey, died Aug. 29, 1951. The Rev. J. B. Raiberti, S.J., died Sept. 1, 1699. The Roy. Eugene Duffy, died Sept. 1, 1950. The Rev. Francis J. Kane, SJ., died Sept. 2, 1963. The Very Rev. Louis Schram, died Sept. 3, 1898. Comas HOHENSCHUH, William P., $4, Rt. 2, Box 280, Washougol, died Au0ust 17 In Vancouver. Requiem August 21 St. Thomas Church, Camas. He had lived In the area for the past 22 years. Member Papermnkers Local 130. Sur- vlvors: wife, Val; two sons, Paul, Modesto, California; Bill at home; two daughters, Kay and Barbara at home. Eurlol Washougol Memorial Cemetery. Swank Memorial Chapel A00heisic Culure Moves Slowly BERLIN (NC) -- Although large n u m b e r s of atheistic books are printed each year in the Soviet Union and paintings by modem Soviet artists are sold cheaply to replace relig- ious ikons in homes, neither effort has achieved its aim, ac- cording to a Soviet magazine. Each y e a r, approximately 30 ':atheistic books are printed in the Soviet Union, with a total Of six million copies, according to the atheist magazine, Nauka i Religija, which made a study Of what happened to those six million books. Many end up, the magazine's investigation showed, ES dead merchandise in storehouses or village gro- cer  stores. The magazine urged its readers to buy more copies of paintings by Russian art- tsts to replace Russian Or- thodox religious ikons in the homes of atheists who have been converted from their former Orthodox faith. However, the Soviet press reports that many new own- ers of this modern Russian art prefer to put it in their cellars, rather than to expose them- selves to their neighbors' scorn by hanging it in their homes. Catholics, Protestants Visit NI Camps BERLIN (1C)--'1'o groups Of young Catholics and Prot- estants made joint pilgrimages to the former Nazi concentra- tion camps of Sachsenhauson and Ravensbrueck ,in. Com- munist-ruled East Germany, it has been reported here. Chehalis PEMERL, Agnes Schuster, 55, died August 15. Requiem August 18 St. Joseph Church. Born In Chehalls and lifelong resident, Housewife and ele- mentary school teacher. Survivors: husband, Louis; daughters, Sister M. Johonna, O.P., Seattle; Mrs. Joseph Hayes, Streamwood, Illinois; Kathleen, Cheholl$; one son, Douglas, Cheholls; sisters, Mrs. J. E. Kleszling, Bremer- ton; Mrs. Joe Myer, Tacoma; brothers, Charles and R. L. Schuster, Chehalls; Gilbert Schuster, Tacoma, and two onddaughters. Burial Claquato Ceme- ry. Everett QUIGLEY, Dr. Raymond A., 72, 4712 Mermont Drive, died August 19 Req- ulem August 21 Immaculate ConceP- tion church. Internment Calvary cem- etery, Seattle. Born in Natlck, Mass., and was a 12 year lefler wnner at Harvard University, where he was graduated from medical school In 1908. He came tn Everett In 1911 and founded the Quigley Clinic, attaining a reputation at being one of the Pa- cltlc Northwest's top physicians and surgeons. After retlrament made an- nual visits to Mayo Clinic and other health centers. Attended $2 consecutive years of class reunions at" Harvard. Member at the tallowing Medical As- sociations: Snohomish  County, Wash- Ington State, American Medical, Amer- Ican College at Surgeons and Seattle Surgical Society. Member Knlgh)s at Columbus. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. John N. Sylvester, Seattle; Mrs. Aug- ust P. Mandesich, Everett; sons, Rob- ert A. Qulgley, Everett and David W. Quigley, Tacoma; a sister Miss Mary Josephine Qulgley, Seattle, and 13 grandchildren. Mount Vernon ARMENTA, Able, 7, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Armenia, died August 22 at the Children's Orthopedic Hospital, Se. attic, at leukemia. Requiem August 24, Immaculale Conception church. Survivors: parents, six brothers, two sisters, his grnndmother, Mrs. Mary Garcla, of McMurray; and grandpar- entso Mr. and Mrs. Frank Armenia, Texas. Olympia RAABERG, Mrs. Maurlee T. (Thernea Jean), 26, died August 22. Requiem and burlql in San Diego. Born In Olympld. Aflended St. Mich- ael's school and Seattle University. Lived In San Diego since 19S2, Sur- vivors: husband, lhrae sons, Mark, Douglas and Geoftie, and o daughter, Maureen, all of San Diego; f o u r brothers, Arthur, Tacoma, Louis, Bos- ton, and Edward and Cad," both of Olympia; two ssters, Miss Cora Re- der and MIss Della Redei', bath of Olympia. Seaffle BOYLE, 6ryan, 73, 1843 S. Weller St., died August 22. Requiem August 25 St. Mary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In Ireland. Came here in 1916. Survivors: wife, Annie; sons, James O. and Edward J., Seattle; Hugh P. Kent, and Nell A., Dublin, Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Sarah M, Spear, Seattle, and Mrs. Jutla A. Scott, Kansas City, Kan.; one sister In Iralond and 24 grandchil- dren. Columbia Funeral Home. Tickets Now On Sale for Puyallup Fair PUYALLUP--Reserve tickets for the 1964 Western Washing- ton Fair are now on sale at the fairgrounds here. Reserve seats for the 61st "Grand Old Fair" will sell at $2 and $1.50. Mail orders are being accepted. The Fair will be held Satur- day, Sept. 19 through 27. The all-star variety show, to be presented twice daily during the nine-day run, will include the Rosells Troupe, five Colom- bians who have thrilled audi- ences throughout the world with their high-wire acrobatics, plus bicycle, trapeze, comedy and musical acts. Six thoroughbred horse races daily and world-championship rodeo also will be featured. Film Study Group Now Decency Affiliate NEW YORK 0N,C) "The Chicago-based office The film study divLston will have two functions--ex- pansion of the legion program of the Catholic Adult of encouraging public support Education Center of Chicago of artistically expert films and has been named the affiliate assistance in the development IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OP THE 5tote of Washlngtan for the County of office for film education of the King In the Metier of the Estate of GEORGE M. STECKLER, Deceased. In Probate. No. 1774S4. Notice to Cradltors. Notice Is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Executrix at the estate of GEORGE M. STECKLER, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the some, duly ver fled on said Exec- utrix or her aflorney of record at the address below stated, and file the s0mo with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof at such service within six months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication August 21, 1964. CECELIA B. "STEcKLER, Executrix of said Estate. 1200-18th Avenus, East., Seattle, Wosh. J. NElL MAHONEY, Attorney for Estate, JS25 Central Building, 5enflLe, Wash. P--Final 9,4,64 National Legion of Decency. Archbishop 3.ohn 3". Krol of Philadelphia, chairman of the Episcopal Committee for Motion Pictures, Radio and Television for the American hierarchy, said August 19 the action had been approved by Albert Cardinal Meyer of Chi- cago, The announcement Mid Ms'. Thomas F. Little. :executive secretary of the legion, which has headquar- ters here, and Msgr. Daniel M. Cantwell, chaplain of the Catholic A d u I t Education Center in Chicago, will co- ordit, e the arrullement=. and promotion of the motion picture education program throughout the country," the announcement said. Motion picture education has been an important part of the work of the Chicago Catholic Adult Education Center since it was founded in 1955. The film program was expanded in 1961 when Rev. Ronald L. Holloway of Chicago was ap- pointed assistant chaplain to Monsignor Can)well. Voile Scott, director of the Catholic Adult Education Cen- ter, has appointed Henry Herx, a Catholic high school teacher and authority on motion pic- tures, to assist in developing the new program. Fr;dy, Au,us" 28, 1%4 THE PR0,GRES,,,S--13 Seattle BUDINICH, Joslph Genge, S9, 3706 California Ave. S. W., died August 21. Requiem August 25 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Yugo- slavia. Came here In 1907. Member of 1he Holy Family Society. Survivors: wife, Jennie; sons, WoI)er, Port Gam- ble; George, Richard and Gerald, Se- attle; daughters, Mrs. Mady JerauId, Mrs. Michael Budlnlch, Mrs. Victor Martin and Mrs. Donald Crouse, Seat. fie; Mrs. Thomas Sutton, Los Angeles, and Mrs. James Rebar, Poulsbo; 21 grandchlldran and six great-grnndchll- dram John Kalln Funeral Home. DeliAN, John J., 68, IS11 N. Dor- othy PI., dled August 29. Requlem August 24 St. Benedict Church, Bur- lal Calvary. Born here. Attended St. Martin's College. Member of the American Legion, Military Order of thn Purple Heart, the 40 and 9, City Light Employee's Assocloflon. Survivors: wife, Agnes N,; son, Oonald J.; two daughters, Nancy Delian and Mrs. Margaret Stutsmon; brother, LeRoy Delian, and two grandsons, all Se- attle. DUNPHY, Margarcd C., 70, 8660 th Ave. S.W., died August 21. Requiem August 25 Holy Family Church. Born In Argenta, Newfoundland. Came here In 1928. Member at the Catholic Oaugh- .tars and Holy Family Church. Surviv- ors: nieces, Mrs. Margratta Fray, Se- attle, and Mrs. Patrlcla Vlnson Phila- delphia. White Center Funeral Home. Seattle SCHANZ, MrS. LIIIle, St, 6717 Cleo. patro P. N. W., died August 22. Req- uiem August 24 St. John Church. Bur- Ial Holyrood. Born In St. Louis. Came here 50 years ago. Was a registered nurse. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Kotho erlne L, Medlen, Seattle; five grand. children and 1S 0raat-greandchlldron. Evans-Cummings Funeral Home. SCHULTZ, Mrs. Susan M., 90, 2027 S. Weller St., died August 24. Requiem August 27 St. Mary's Church. Buried Calvary. Born In Maine. Came here In 1876. Survivors: niece, Lama McCul. lure, and o nephew, Stanley Harold. son, both of Seattle. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. Sedro Woolley LiSHERNE$S, James Robert, 18, died August 20. Requiem August 24 Immaculate Heart of Mary church. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Llsherness, 335 Warner street. Mr. Llsherness is Sedro-Wolley chief of police. James was graduated from Sedro-Weal!ey High School last June where he had been active In basketball and tootbofl. He had been employed at the local Tmdeweli Store. Besides his parents, James Is survived by: grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert LIsherness, three brothers, Tom, Patrick and  Albbort; four sisters, Maureen, Norma, Cecella and Catherine. Burtal In- Sedra-WoOl- ley Union Cemetery under direction of Lemley Mortuaw. Seattle ERICKSON, MrS. GerWude A, 74, 4061 Latona Ave. N. E., died August 21. Requiem August 24 Blessed Sacra- ment Church. Burial Holyrood. Born In St. Thomas, N. O. Came here In 1941. Survlvors: husband, Clarence A.; daughters, Mrs. Lois Fisher, Seattle, and Mrs. Raymond Navarre, San Jose, Calif.; sons, Wll!lom J, and Howard V. Erlckson, Fargo N- D.; Robert E., Seattle; and Jomes C., San Leandro, Callt.; brother, Sylvestar Conlan, San Francisco; lister, Mrs. Theresa Boyd, Kallspell, Mont., and 17 grandchildren. Hoffner'e FlshorKak fus Funeral Home. ERONEMO, Ralph J., 19, 40131 47th Ave. S., died August 22. Requiem August 2S Mount Virgin Church.Burial Calvary. Born here. Graduate of Franklin High School. Voted mast In- spirational pupil by the senior ctass. Survivors: parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick M. Eronemo; brother, Michael D.; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Centloll, and paternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael i=rone. me, all Seattle. Manning & ,Sons Fu- neral Home. GARBARINO, Mrs. C'nlato (Cat'. men), 82, 3316 Claramont Ave. S, dled August 22. Requiem August 26 Our Lady of Mt. Virgin Church. Burial Calvary. Born In italy. Came here In 1906. Survivors: sons, Ab Dave and Leo; daughters, Mrs. Rena M. Stef- ano and Mrs. Anita M. Peter= all:Se- attle; one brother and one sister" in Italy; eight grandchlldran and 10 grent-grandchlldroo. Columbia Funeral Home. GEDDIS, Mrs. Dick, 66, 8305 Mary Ave. N. W., died August 21. Requiem August 24 St. Alphonsus Church. Bur- lal Holyrood. " Survivors: husband; daughters, Mrs. Paul Rood, Edmonds, and Mrs. Carol Phalli, Bothell; sls- ters, Mrs. John Gobbert and Mrs. lowell Anderson, and brather, Jo- seph DeLaney, all of Seaffie; three grandchildren. Wiggen & Sons Funel Home. JOHNSON, Mrs. Ptarence. M. 73, 1243 S. 99th St., died August 23. Reqo ulern August 27 Our Lady Of Lourdes Church. Born In Canada. Came here 47 years ago. Survivors: IOn, Rus- sell, Seattle; slster=, Mrlh Clam Mde Beck, Seattle, end Mr=. Edwin Leaf, Clinton, Wash; brothers, Jack LaLande, Tieton, and Lawrence Reaves, Twlsp; one gmndchlid. White Center Funeral Home. MASTANDREA, Mlchele, II0, 13011 33rd Ave, S., dled Au'gust IE. Re- qulem August 22 St. Thomas Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Came here 35 years one. Survival1:. daugh- ters, Mrs. Florence Lohmback and Mrs. Sylvia Phillips, and  oans, Angola Masters and'Darto'Mastandr, all Seattle; brother, Gabriel Maston- drea In Italy; 15 grondchlidren and seven great-grondahlldren, George- town Funeral Home. MURPHY, Charles, 67, 1719 Broad. way, died August 21. Redulem Aug- ust 24 Our Lady Chapel, St. JomU Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born In Chicago. Come here In 1930. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Catherine O'ConnaY, Kent, and Mrs. Rosemary Roos, Seat- tle; sons, Patr[ck H., Kent; Mlch0el, Lynnwood, and Master 5gt; John J. Murphy, USAF, Fairchild AFB; father, Patrick C. Murphy,. 5earl|e; brother, Harold G., Seattle; slstersr Mrs.. Ver- onica Miller, Montesano, and Mrs. Mary Jane Rose, Seattle; 19 grand. children. Booth;Ashmnrn Punaml Home. NEWEL[., GeOllle, 70,. i664 Magnolia Blvd. W., died August 24. Requiem August 27 Our Lady of Fatima Church. Burial Holyrood. Born horn. Survivors: wife, Geraldine; daughter, Mrs. Ed- ward Goyda, Spokane; brother, Fled, Seattle; sister, Mrs. Vtrplnlo LIvln. stone, Oakland, Collf.; three Brnnd- children. O'MEARA Mill, Clyda M., ill, 15222 Linden Ave. N., died August 23. RI- ulem August 27 St. Luke Church. Bur* tel Holyrood. Born In Decatur, Mich. Came here tn 195S from Otym@o. Sur- rivers: daughter, Mr=. B. G. Lampe, Seattle; brothers, Lelgh D. Gear, Con- Ira a; Oscar Gear, Wlnlock, and Louis M. Gear, Pasca; sisters, Mrs. C. L. Gladson and Mrs. Beryl Fuller, both at Centrolla; three grondchtldroo and two groat-grondhlldren. Bek'o Fu- neral Home. POTTER, Mrs.  D., 76,31119 Bag- lay Ave. N., died August 21. Rlulem August 24 St. Benedict Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Chaska, Minn. Came here In 1912. Member at Third Order of St. Dominic, Legion of Mary, and the Altar 5oclety of St. Benedict Church. Survivors: husband; son, Al- len D., Seattle; daughters, Mr=. D. T. McLaughlln, Mercer Island; sister, Mr=. A. P. George, Morysvllle, and two other $1stars and 1we brothers In Minnesota, and four grnndchlldran. Hoffner's Flshor.Kaltuo Funerbl Home. Dr. Tom Dooley's Mother Dies ST. LOUIS (NC)--MrS. Agnes Dooley, 69, mother of the late .D r. Thomas Dooley: famed jungle doctor, died here (Aug. ig) after an illness of .,six weeks. After the death of her famous son in January 1961, Mrs, Dooley devoted much of her. time to promoting and fund iraising for MEDICO, non-profit organization designed to bring medical aid to backward na- tions, of which her son was a .cofounder. She is survived by two other sons. Births BELLINGHAM -- St. Joseph Bimetal 'Hospital reparts the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Oean Crapser, bay, August t7. Daniel R. Cooper, girl, August 17. Arthur Hlnkley, bay, August 19. Harold Brown, bay, AuguSt 20. Oouglas Ryder, boy, August 21. 5teven Carr, girl, August 21. : CHEHALIP-St, Hellm Hospital the tallowing births to Mr. and Mrs. Larry G. Paterson, bay, August 111. Charles Foley, boy, August 22. James Plnsoneoult, girl, August 22. LONGVlEW--St. John HokItcd the following births to Mr. and .NU'.: Thomas Thompson, boy= August 11. Harry Anderson, twin bay, August t Lee West, boy, August 9. Dr. and Mrs. Thomoo Llffln, boy, August 14. Richard Heltemes, boy, August L SEATTLE--Prnvldanal Hospll t'lrtl the following blrthe to Mr. and Mi.: Frank Bulzoml, girl, August II. Claude Thomas, girt, August 12. Frank Utley, boy, August 12, Terry PoolettL bey, August 12. James Byron, bay, August 14. -Donald Hamlltan, boy, August 1S. Edward Nystrom, boy, August 1S. btls Rogers, girl, August 15. ' Bradley Sonford, girl, August 17. Harold Savoy, boy, AugUst 17. ' William EchternkamP, bay, August 1, Gary Boss, boy, August 18. ;, James Hanken, gtrl, August 111: Kenneth Beetler, girl, Auguot W. David Irwin, girl, Aogust 20. Heinz Brondf, girl, August 20. James McDermoff, girl, August 0. William Fortnum, girl, August 20. Glenn Hatch, bay, AUgust 21.  ' '. Joseph CuruIla, boy, August 21. Edwin 5elb, bay, August 21. John Ursine, boy, August 21. i tephen WIsecorver, boy, Auguet 21, Richard Thorpe, bay, August 21. . Gary Dederar, boy, August 21." ' ; Richard Nelson, bay, August 22. Jerome Wentz, boy, August 23. John McBrlda, bay, August 24. John Stalnbaurer, bay, August 4. .. Robert Erown, bay, August 24. NII K ng, bay, August 24. ViCtor Palazzo, boy, August '24, . JaCk Roherson, boy, August 24. , Drry Wohlwond, girl, AugPt 24. Encourages Sick Priests CASTELANGO, Italy (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has sent a mes- sage of enocuragement to sick Italian priests making a pil- grimage to Our Lady's shrine in Lourdes, France. The Pope assured them that "their inr-ction and apparent uselessness is very precious to souls/' He added: "The Mass of their daily suffering obtains for their brother priests engaged in the ministry the most ardent graces for sanctification and an efficacious apostoiate." t