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Trap.piss Decide The CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS, 907 Terry Ave. On Updating CITEAUX, France (NC) --Twenty-seven Trappst MA. 2-8880, Extension 61 ,ram o, I the world have taken steps to i, i ii I i RATE 30 PER LINE CLOSING TIME 4 P.M.s WEDNESDAY modify some ways of life in their order which was founded MINIMUM CHARGE: HOMES FOR SALE HOMES FOR SALE  here nine centuries ago. $1--3 Lin  The principal effect of the Forms CIoso Wednosdoy, 4 p.m. IH3NE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED 907 TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2.6880 AUTOMOBILE REPAIR GUARANTEED BRAKE REPAIR. BALL JOINT AND KINGPIN REPAIRS. KINGCO BRAKES 9817 17th SW WE 5.2971 BUSINESS SERVICE Accounting Systems USING IBM COMPUTERS Specially Fllted For Small Corporations VAN LOON BROTHERS of Western Washington, Distributor, H. D. Tufts 11529 87th Ave. S., Seattle. PA2.5514. i i CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. i KRAMER CLEANER LA 5.5450 iii CONTRACTING m SERVICES TREES TOPPED, taken down and re- moved. Earl I.eClalr, PA 5.780S or Lew Trudeau, CH 3-8947. FOR Root Repairing, new roofs, guttere, and downspouts, asbestos and composi- tion sldtng. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. Morcyes. EA 4.8481. Interior--Exterior Remodeling COMPLETI REMODELING SERVICE INSURED . , . REFERENCES "0" Down, 5 Years TO Pay HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. 3948 S. Mead PA 2-4463 DO-IT-YOURSELF GARDENER? I will gladly help you to improve your home grounds. I hove been trained to render these services: Landscape Design &amp; Construction Plant Selection & Pruning Lawn Preparation & Rebuilding Weed Disease & Insect Identification Autemotlc Sprinkler System Soil Analysis & Nutrlenl Tests PHONE ANYTIME, ME 2-6700 FOR RENT ASSEMBLY HOTEL Weekly, Monthly Ratol. One-half block Cathedral. MA. 3-4174 OFFICE SPACE available. Suitable for obstetrician or gynecologist; prefer CalholJc. Northeast Clinic, 6850 3$th HE. LA 4-5579. SLEEPING ROOMS w:th kitchen prlvll. eges. Nice for student or pensioner. Reasonable. 1026 James, MA 2-9727. VIEW!! Unfurnished house.---4 bedrooms, 8x35 ft. sundeck, fruit trees, disposal. Close to Christ The King. $130 rag. EM 4-1803. FURNISHED 2-room apartment. Employed lady. Walking distance to downtown. $37.50. EA 2-8627. ESTATE English Brick $24,950 Lake Foresf Park Beautiful, secluded full brick family home Ioealed on one of the most fan- tastic tree studded tracts you will ever find. 4.plus bedrooms, 2 baths, real formal dining room and homey kitch- en with breakfast room. Owner trans- ferred and must sell. Colt EM 4-1180 fast to see Ad No. K1756. Just 2 blocks to new malor shopping center. Picture Floor Plans. 13300 Bothell Way HE. Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. EM 4-I 180 WEST SEATTLE Our Lad'/of GuadalupE SOUND VIEW 3 BDRM.I LEVEL FULL BASEMENT $200 DN $14,o00 Gracious older home with loads of living area found only in the older homes. Excellent condition--3 bedrooms all on one floor--Spacious view living room-- huge remodeled file kllchen and family room combination. Big detached garage --level lot with all utilities, streets and sidewalks paid. Convenient ta shopping and schools--On bus line" Hurry. Call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers, Inc. 11036 1st Avenue South ST. CATHERINE'S! FAIRVIEW! A young executive special! A custom built home in o most choice Iocotionl Three twin-sized bedrooms with two full sets of plumbing. Completely fin- Ished daylight lower level could be used as teacher's studio or possibly insurance man's office. A dream home with many fine features including range, oven, dishwasher, carpeting and drapes. Only two years old In like new condition. Will accept house In trade. Hurry on this hausel Call SU 3-8030 HOWl Tutmorc Realty t4 Greenwood North EAST RENTON 4 bedroom, full dayllgnt basement home In excellent condition. This home located on o large 90x149 ft. corner view lot. Ideal for that growing family and lust S rain. walk ta Highlands Shopping Cen- ter. Home features large living room with wall-to-wall carpet and fireplace, 4 bedrooms on one floor, eating space In kitchen plus separate dining, large rec. room n basement w th 3nd f re- place and V= bath, large patio. All this and more for only $21,500. DALPAY & ASSOCIATES 13033 Sunset Blvd. E., Renton BA 6-6363 AL 5-7349 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION SHORELINE--$ I 5,950 Choice 3 BR near St. Luke's, new Com- munity iColloge, grade & )r. high. CIos shopplnU, tn fine residential area. W-W drapes, refer, range, and on sewers St. Joseph's OUTSTANDING HOME $19,500 Seldom available--and at this prlcel A quality home with 3 bedrooms and 11h baths. Interesting floor plan with open, stairway treatment. Spacious rooms throughout. See this fine home today. Call Mary Bracelln, EA 3-8717 or EA 5.0700. ' CLIFTON ALBRIGHT, RLTR. 8 Room BEAUTY--$12,S001 Green Lake--St, Bene- dict's, and It's VACANTI 5 bedrooms PLUS, 2 full baths, hardwood and fire- place, full basement, quality oll heat-- TOP BUY ANYWHERE of this price--- TERMS OPEN[ Mulual Rlty., 5026 Uni.; varsity Way___L, L.A 4.2500, Ad 552. [ St. Joseph's Very close to church and schools. Lovely I day room. 5 bedrooms, hot water heat. j For appointment to see call Mrs. Mur-I phy, EA 2-2710 or LA 2-5626. i VINCENT D. MILLER, INC. 3817 N.E. 45th LA 2-5626 St Ctherines'--$13,000 Owner trans This Is really great. 3 Ixlrms., bsmt., formal dining + family kitchen. Luxurious dble. vanity bath + V2 bath off master bdrm. Only $500 total moves you In HOWl O'Neill & Seldelhuber. LA 3-8011. $24,500--BY OWNER 1 BLK. FROM SACRED HEART VILLA 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 garages, base- ment. Laurelhurst 3_ Beach Club rights. Call for appointment, LA 3-1107. BY OWNER --S BDRM. RAMBLER 2,000 sq, n. on one floor with drive-in ga- rage under, LIv/Dln Combo paneled, 2 baths, family room, kllchen with bkfsl. nook and utility porch. Large fenced yard, 1,000 sq. ft. patio. Walking dis- tance Blonchet, Woodrow Wilson Jr, Hi, public and parochial elementary schools S min. to Norlhgate. Beautiful territorial view. Economical double furnace and decisions appears to give local abbots more authority regard- ing ways of adapting the se- veccly isolated life of Trappist monks to the demands of mod- ern times. The abbots also gave more dignity and authority tD Broth- ers. Henceforth, Brothers are to wear the same habit as other monks, will have a vote in the election of abbots and will be able "to form their own com- munities with only a few priest members. It was decided at the meet- ing here to ask the Holy See for permission for monks to chant their office in the ver- nacular. The abbots met under the leadership of their abbot gen- eral, Abbot ignaee Gillet OSCO. More properly known as the Order of Cistercians of the Strict Observance, the Trap plsts were founded at Citeaux in the llth century to restore observance of the rule of St. Benedict. There are 4,200 Trappists in the world, including 918 in the United States. Bar Group Seeks Obscenity Sudy SAN JUAN. P.R. (NC)--The Board of governors (f the Puerto Rican ,Bar Association has called for establtshraent of a lawyers' committee to inves- hot water systems. FHA appraised S26,- tigate "all unconstitutional, le- 900, Asking $24,900. LA 2-8732. ' gal and moral aspects" of re- BY OWNER. Near new J. F. K. High cent obscenity arrests here. School. 3 bedrooms plus, family-size kitchen wllh fireplace, built-in oven,; The action by the bar asso- range, dishwasher, refrigerator. Wall. ciation group followed police to-wall carpeting, custom draperies, tile' bath, basement, 2-car garage, on large raids on a drug store, p h o t o lot. $15,950. 141 So. 124th--con be seen equipment shop an] travel after 2 p.m. Saturday and until 7 p.m. Sunday. Call TA 4-5590. LEGAL NOTICES agency in which more than 600 allegedly obscene maga- zines were seized. Obscenity charges were filed against the owners -- the first time in a quarter-century this has been done in I" rto Rico, it was re- ported. Meanwhile .a representative of the American Civil Liber- ties Union in Puerto Rico denouncing the police raids and filing of charge as "unconstitutional" in light of US Supreme Court rulings on obscenity. St. James Parish Choice location, Harvard near Olive. 1 bedroom apartment--modern, heat, ap- pliances. $67.50. EA 2-9464. ST. JOSEPH'S. Brand new apartments on a level street. 2V2 blks, to St. Jo. seph's. Ready September. 1 and 2 bed- roam deluxe units. Drapes, carpeting, utilities. EA 2-5251 and EA 5-1982. LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the Eastslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. i RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE. II'U 5-1378 Redmond CATHOLIC & Other Cards, NOTES, GIFT WRAP--year 'round tar less. VACUUM CLEANER REPAIR, $3.S0. Authorized Hoover Dealer. 5306 Roosevelt Way, HELP THE EXTENSION LAY VOLUN- TEERS. The Catholic Church Extension Soctoty wards representatives 1o sell Extension Magazine. Local territory Oregon, Washington and Montana. Start. ring salary, fringe bonel.ts. Write P.O. Box 23026, Tlgard, Ore. Phone ME 0-2214. OLDER WOMAN or pensioner for live-in companion to elderly lady. Light house- hold duties. EA 4-3872. LOTS FOR SALE BETWEEN 412 and 420 21st East. 40xl0S. REGAL & McDONELL Attornoys $77 Dexter Horton Building Seattle, Wash. N THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of'GUY R. HANNI, Deceased. In Probate No. 182276. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given thai the under- signed has been appointed and has quolb i lid as Administrator of the estate of t GUY R. HANNI, Deceased; that all per- sons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the some l Don't Wall. Phone PR 6-4600 or LI 2- duly verifld, on sold Administrator or: The recent developments 4351. s3 Million Chicago Fire Payment WASHINGTON (NC) -- Des- cribing it as a moral obliga- tion, Archbishop John P. Cody of Chicago said the archdio- cese will pay $3 million to the families of children killed and injured in the tragic 1958 Our Lady of Angels school fire. The prelate told a press con. terence September 8 he accepts th e recommendation of a special three-judge panel of the Circuit Court which spent all summer investigating 116 cases of death or injury and proposed $3 million payment. "This I consider to be a moral obligation of the archdiocese and we shall meet our obliga- tion. The money to be paid will be borrowed f r o m Chicago banks and no special solicitation. will be made," Archbishop Cody said. Ninety-two pupils lrished in the fire. Seventy-Bix were seriously injured. The SettleF ment includes :thoSe who did, not file as well as those who did. The recommendation of the three-judge panel is not legally binding although attorneys an- ticipate it will be accepted by all parties. Individual settle- ments were not announced. Archbishop Cody said that the late Albert Cardinal Meyer, whom he succeeded, proposed that the settlement include those who did not file suit. "I concur with this wish," Archbishop Cody said Shrelner Given College Post PHILADELPHIA, Pa. (NC)-- Charles F. Shreiner has been named director of the Latin American Studies program at St. Joseph's College. Shreiner recently returned af- ter three and one-half years in Latin America for Catholic Re- lief Services--NCWC, the over- seas relief agency of the US bishops. He is a former staff member of the Catholic Standard' and Times here and of the Voice of Miami, Fla. Slayer Of Priest Arraigned LOS ANGELES (NC) -- Su- perior Court Judge Mario Clinco entered a plea of inno- cent August 30 for Mrs. Dor- othy Bressie, accused of mur- dering Father John Thorn in the chancery office here July 23.. IIr,. Bressie would not plead: "We stand mutei" said the Deputy Public Defender representing her. his ottornys of record at the address be-i ("t A' , low stated, and file the some with *he I here are regarded as designed She admitted to police that OT Mnne S j Clerk of sold Court, together with proof tO force a P.st case to obtain a she shot Father Thcn, and bedr ms " ""'-- lot such service within six months after: 3 go , double plumbing, full base-lthe dote of first publication of this no.i definition of obscenity from the that she had never before seen ment, cabinet oll furnace, double gor. I rice or the some will be barred I Puerto Rican Supreme Court. him, age. Furnished. $13,500. Easy con- I '  II ' r ! Date of firs pub cation Septembe 24 trod terms. Evenings call Mr. Garrl- [ 1965. son, AT 2-6439. " ---- WERNER P HANNI, i _ .BLAINE REALTY j Administrator of said Estale. LEGAL NOTICES LEGAL NOTICES llV2 boston AT 3-5511 ) 2934 20th West,   :  .... i Seattle, Wash. ....... ARRI5' , S e a h u rsf o, KELLEYftoOULLIVAN : CUMM00So00eH ' Large, 6.BEDROOM COLONIAL soon to Attorneys for Estate, 505 Arctic Building I 1008 Olympi NIalooI Bldg. be finished This one won't last -- call $77 Dexter Horton Bud ng, 5call e, Wash. _ ._==_u']=L _^:; .... = us today. " =lSeattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I IN THE,BuPl=.lut< uul _r_=.,,n Am JESSIEALMbOum S.W. RLTY CH 2-1847 P--Final: 10-8-65 Slate. of Washington for the County o! r State. at wasn,ng,0n ,or ........... 14917 I King state of LEROY InKeg Matter of the Estate of GEORGE .......... [ GERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY In the,pater of.theE ....... e WELCKER, Deceased. In Probate. No. I=UKUUMb ,, OlvmnAttrneYnSn n. ,.ina [ ceselV;nProat."o;"l'8''Notce !82.302. No!iceTo Creflltofs: ..... ir. nnrt=/t it-r I .... "'" .................. = i _ p..=,_.o ] NOIICe IS nereoy given lnO! rne urloer- , INJ. DKIJWT. L)I/. 1 Seattle, Wash. 98104 ] u-,i'=s'lerebu lven that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- LB. L. Rm, D. Rm & Den Incl. appll. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE'=,',', h=,n .'nn,int,,d and has nua I tied as Executor of the emote of antes. Walk to U. of W. and No. end l State of Washington for the County of Ii,','xeui'rix'f"'tte above enltledl GEORGE WELCKER, Deceased; that oil schools. Widow asking only 51S,500. Rea- I King. '=",*="f that" nil nersons hav nn c a ms persons having claims against said de- sonoble terms. Call Bert Connett EA 4- ; In thA Mnfh=r nf th Petal= nf /U.OV '. nnlncf cmrl dr=nd nr hPr,bv reaulred I ceased are hereby required to serve I .............................. ' ......................... -  t 4072 or,,ot ............... HANNON Deceased n Probate. No It; serve the same, duly verified on said .s0me.duly ver,t!ed, on=sd EhXeeCoUlrreOs; VOOt.L U=O L.iO. 166439 Notirm rf Hnrinn lnl Dnet I t e t Iv r hmr nttrn f recor d nt [ his attorneys at recoru gl u - X ur - - 220 Broadway Ave. E. EA 3-0800 and Petlllon-"for" rli'lh,Hn'n .......... I  '^ " ' ..... ;'V'," and fll- the I be or, stated._...,,,,..h_=o,and file the some with the ....................... ,.e auuress =e.ow s.o.e, . LYNNWOOD Not,ca Is hereby given that JOHN same wl!h the Clerk of said Cou,l,:O]oC/erkcf seUrlvtcewi;ln'Vsx'emo;' s Porf;tr PELUSO Adm n strotor of ate garner wlm prom o sucn serwce ....... 3 .bedrooms, fireplace, patio, garage, 4 ..... :: 1he Est I . .... , ,tn h..dntJ nf flrt n.hll. / tho date of first publication of this notice, yrs aid Fenced corner lot, landscaped at MARY HANNAH, Deceased, has flled Jcollon'o;"hls"not]c'eo-eome-'w-ie/Or the some will be barred, (Rhododendrons, etc.) 3 Blks. from m me office af the Clerk ol said Court]_  _  " ! Dote of f rst pub cation September 17, new paroch ol or public schools Under his final Report and petition for dlstri. 1 an rrea' , , * k." ,*.  :,,,h, n I 1965. FHA app $14,750. Coil 743-3012. butlon t asking the Court to seltle sald]loJBa 'e a..irs, pu.le..o. =v ........... j REV. JAMES H. GANDRAU, cT r,'r=:D.M=.e nlmntc VI'w 4 Keport, distribute the property to the ' " D= at, .P_r^,= Executor of sold Estate. ............... --...v...,,., %. persons thereto entitled and to discharge' ---= .':',':""'""-..':' 1008 O ymplc National Bldg., bedrooms, wall-to-wall carpeting, lar0e sold Admt nlt-t' __ ,_, __.  . I I::xecutrlx at sold -STale. **l uJ h ......... UllU ii1/ UlU eporl eo e as level lot, full basement, detached ga-   ' I S05 Arctic Building,  ....... and petttlon will be heard on the 21st day ! CUMMINGS & HARRIS, rage, finished patio. 514,0(]0. LA 3-8743. of October, 1965, at 9:30 A. M. at the i Seatlle, Wash. ;By Theodore P. Cummings, TRANSFERRED. 3 Blks. to St. Edward's. Court Room of the Probate Deportment J ARTHUR J. O'SULLIVAN of Attorneys for Estate, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, full basemont, car- of said Court, at which time and place [ KELLEY & O'SULLIVAN,  1008 Olympic Notional Bldg., port, sundeck and patio, fenced land- any person Interested In said Estate may s05AttrneySArctic fOrBuildlng,Estate, ! Seattle. Wash. scraped back. $19,000--make offer. PA appear and file object ons and contest i Seattle ' Washington P--Finah 10-1.6S 3-3519. the some. Tt BERNADETTE!SWalking dlstance Dated this 21st day of September, 1965. '1 P--FInah 9-24.65 S o publlc or parochial schools. $12,500. Date of first publleatlon September 24, ! CARR & PRIEST No down. By owner. CH 3-1637. 1963. Attornoys WALTER W. RENSCHLER, I WILLIAMS AND PERLMAN i 112 Union Avenue Clerk of said Court. I Attorneys : Snohomlsh, Wash. NURSING HOMES By R. S. HOFEDITZ, Deputy.: 1306 North 175th St. Joseph's Parish. $4,500, easy terms, ,. JO HUNT, LA 3-0707. RESTFUL MANOR i .,.,-. .. e.,., ICONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE mll, rvK AI, g REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 Wl:qTIkJl-I(")JlCJ :: RAkJ: 4 / 3610 Empire Way SO. PA 5-2 MERCER HOME BURNER. $50. CALL LA 3- I 3 141h E 3386, EVES WASH. 5TATE LIC. 'NO. NH383 I Small, cheerful nursing home. Excellent Typewriters NEW AND USED ALL PRICE RANGES (1 yr. guarantee on oil machines) RENTALS WITH OPTION TO BUY EXPERT REPAIR SERVICE TI-FA TYPEWRITER CO. 1811 E. Olive Way EA 2-4544 NEW l! ,NORTH END -- Books, Supplies, Gifts. KAUFER'S Store (Just t, Block East of Northgale). 539 N.E. '110tn EM 3-6020 3ELICIOUS, home-made broken choco- lates, fresh and fine, 94 per lb. Candy Kltchon, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (Opposite Marshall School). METSKER MAP5 Seattle--Tacoma--Portland CITY POCKET GUIDES SPORTSMEN'S COUNTY MAPS Everylhlng in 1he Mop Line WORLD MAPS AND ATLASES COMPLETE set of Americana enwclo- : pedlas, plus all annuals. $400 vdlue--- will consider reasonable offer (to help defray funeral expenses). Phone SK 2- 2458, Tacoma. ,PPROxlMATELY 60 5amsonlte metal folding choirs, metallic bron,e finish. Used, but In mint condillon, guaranteed. $5.25 each. Will de!lver, Shoppers Mort, Hlway 99 N. at Gala Acres. Phone 629- 2334. NURSING HOMES 0o5 AUSTIN'5 NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing eara: Excellent Food. (Wash. 5tote LIc. No, 2411) Roosovalt Way N.E. LA $ food, reas. rates, professional nursing care. Catholic owned and operated. Chapel services for Protestant resident. EA 3-2992. PERSONAL "WON'T SOMEONE take ma Into their home on an adoptive or foster home basle? I am going Into the 7th grade In September--I am a little behind In my grade, but I know ! could do better In school and In every other way If I could lust get .settled Into o home. I am not lazy and I Ilka people. It really Is frightening not to have o home and parents of your own." We would appreciate having you call BR 2-9359, Tacoma, if yOU ran nccommo- date this child. DESPERATELY NEEDED FOSTER HOME FOR SLIGHTLY RETARDED BOY WHO WILL ATTEND PACIFIC SCHOOL IN SEATTLE. CALL FATHER MUEHE MA 3-9065. FOSTER HOMES for three 12-year-old boys needed before school starts. PIoose consider sharing your home with o , child. Call Cotholtc Children's Services of Tacoma, BR 2-9359. BAZAAR ITEMS -- WE CAN 5UPPLY YOUR NEEDS. WIDE CHOICE. Visit Tha Mission Work Shop, 1150 17th Ave. E., Seattle, or call EA 2.8105. : PLUMDERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Hutlng... Retell Stara L. G. MASSART & SONS 4S01 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3.4B i TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Momber St. EdwOrd'l Parish" PA 3-1172 ERAGHTY, LUNDIN & GERAGHTY, Attorneys for Estate, 65S Olympic National Building, Seattle, Wash. 98104 King. P--FInoh 10-8-65 In the Matter of the Estate of NORA I. McGILLIVRAY, Deceased. In Probate, JAGER, AUSTIN & MAKUS No. 182305. Notice to Creditors. Attorneys Notice Is hereby given that the under- 1010 Logan Building signed has been appointed and has quali- Seattlo, Washington 98101 fled as executor of the estate of Nora I. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE JMcGIIIIvray, Deceased; that all persons State of Washington for the County of Jhaving claims agatn:t said deceased are King. !hereby required to serve the same, duly DORIS Y. TEMPLE, Plaintiff, !verified, on said John A. McGllllvray or --vs--  his attorneys of record at the address TERRY K. TEMPLE, Dofendant. I below stated, and file +he same with the No. 645947 Seattle, Woshlngton 98133 :IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I State of Washlngton for the County of of i In King 5tote of Washington for the County the Matter of the Estoto of FRANK- LIND. LYMAN, Deceased. Id Probate. No. 1817SS. Notice to Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail- fled as Administralor of tho estate at FRANKLIN D. LYMAN, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against said deceased are hereby roquIred to serve the same duly verified, an =aid Admtn- istra)or or his attorney of record at tho address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION !Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service wilhin six months aner, months after the date of first publication YOU A R E H E R E BY SUMMONED i the dalo af first publication of this notice, of 1his notice, or the same will be ta appear within sixty (60 days after or the same will ha barred, barred. the date of first publicattan of this Sum-[ Date of first publication September 17, 1 Date at first publication Septomber 10, roans, to-wit: Within sixty (60) days, 1965. j 965. after the 24th day of September, 1965, i JOHN A. McGILLIVRAP DONALD E. PRIEST, and defend the above entitled action in [ Executor of said Estate. Administrator of sold Estate. th nbove entltted Court, and answor the 4402 West Hinds Street 112 Union /venue, Complaint of the plolntlff, and servea Sealtle, Washington Snohomlsh, Wash. copy of your Answer upon the under, iWILLIAMS AND PERLMAN CARR & PRIEST, signed attorneys for plaintiff at the r of-jBy PAUL M. WILLIAMS Attorneys for Estate, rice below stated; and in case of your JAtterneys for Estate, 112 Union Avenue, failure sa to do, udgment will be ran. j1306 Norlh 175th Snohamlsh, Wash. dered against you according to the de-ISeattle, Washington 96133 P--Final: 9-24-6 mand of the Complaint, which has been I Final gal. 1-1965 filed with the Clerk of said Court. The, .............................. object of the above entitled action Is to [ '  , v seek a divorce upon the grounds of per-r , 8 sonoi Indignities and non-support |  .= I[OU t want to JAGER AUSTN  MAKUS , . "'.. w_on (/s/ JEROME L. JAEGER) [I i!: Kill miss "POP"! Afforneys for Plalntlff. 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A r I T Friday, Sepf. 24,,, 196S THE PROG,RESS.--9 In Memoriam -- i "!"O the charity Df your Masses " i I  I  ' . land prayers are commended the souls of the following 4e- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this are: The Rev. Theodore Arnold Wai- ters OSB, died Sept. 24, 1934 The Rev. William A. Garrigan S J, died Sept. 25, 1927 The Rev. Gerald Oswald S J, died Sept. 25, 1957 Adington PEREZ, Reuben H., 20, died Seplem- bar 17. Reulem September 21 Immac- ulot Conception Church. Born in Elso, Texas and lived in Arlington the past 1S years offending schools there. Sur- viving: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- frlco Perez; five sisters, Bonita, Lupe, Eledlo, Lydia and Mary Ellen, all at home; and four brothers, George, Seraflno, Jim and Jesse, olt at home; and hs paternal grondmether, Mrs. Juonlto Perez, Arlington. Burial Arllng- ton Cemetery. Darrincjton , GEORGE, Scott Andrew, infant son .of Mr. and Mrs. Simon George. Moss of tho Angels September 16 SI. John Vlnnney Church. Burial Sulattle Ceme- tery directed by Weller and Solie Fu- neral Home, Arlington. Everett SMITH, James A., $7, 1630 Lombard Ave., died September 17 after an ex- tended illness. Requiem September 21 Our Lady of Perpelual Help Church, Born in Philadelphia, Pa., and lived in Everett five years. Army veteran of World War IL Surviving: a daugh- ter, Mrs. William (Ellen) Douglas, Ev- erett; a son, William Smith with the US Army In Vietnam; two grandsons, William and James Douglas, b o t h Everett; and granddaughter, A n n a Marie Smith, Philadelphia; and a brother, Joseph Smith, Audubon, New Jersey. Olympia LALONE, Joseph, former building superintendent of the County C o u r t House, died September 17. Requiem September" 20 St. Michael's Church. Born in Duluth, Minn, and lived in Groy's Harbor before coming lo Olympia In 1932. Worked at on Olympia shipyard durlng World War II, was employed at an Olympia shingle mill and worked Ior 1he Slate of Washington. Member of the Knights of Columbus. Survivors: his wife, Ed- na; o daughler, Mrs. Fred (Jean) Henderson, rainwater; a sister, Mrs. Florence Corey, Edmonds; o brother, Philllp LoLone, Everelt; and lwo grandchildren. Burial Calvary Ceme- tery. Seattle BARKMAN, Mrs. Lloyd (Rozello W.), 81, 522 S. Lucile"St,, dlod September 12. Requiem September 17 St. George's Church. Born in Yankton, SD, come here in 1912. Member of Legion of Mary, St. Ann's Guild, and Union Pa. clflc OIdflmers Club. Survivors: two sisters, Bernadette Walsh, Seattle; and Mrs. Laura BUSS, Sacramento. Burial Holyrood. Georgetown Funeral Home. BLAIR, Mrs. Dean (Glee), 69, "9661 46th Av. SW, died September 21. Re- quiem September 25 ttoly Ros0ry Church. Come 1o Seattle 3S years ago from South Dakota. Was retired reg- istered nurse, also past executive sec- retory of the Wn. St. Nurses' Assocla- flon. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Charles Boyktn, Seattle; two sons, William, Seattle; Warner Blair, Washington, Dr; sister, Mrs. Myrtle Cooper, Boll- flower, Colif.; brother, Edward Martin, Plerpont, SD; and seven grandchildren. Burial Holyrood. CONERY, Mrs, Mary Ellen, 74, 12250 Palatine Ave. N., died September 15. Requiem September 22 Christ the King Church. Born In Jamesville, Wls., came to Seattle 1909. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Rex E. Gibson, Seattle; Mrs. Ed- ward Cooker, Yaktma; sister, Mrs. Vern Rinehart, Seattle; brother, Wil- liam Nolan, Wood, Wls.; seven grand- children and two great-grandchildren. O my lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms o[ Thy sacraments, and the fresh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over me, and the holy all sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkllng; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious oalnts and my own dear patrone 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 hy Cardinal Newman. Seattle DI LAZZARO, ArmlnJo, 76, $112 SW alga St., died September 16. Requiem September 20 Holy Rosary Church. Native Italy, come to Seattle more than 3g years ago. Surviving is a step- son, John T, Moeale, Seattle. Burial Cotvary, West Home Mortuary, ELSLIP, Mrs. Otto (Alma V.), 79, 1513 NW SGth St., died September 16. Requiem September ]8 St. AIphonsus Church. Born Dorchester, Wts., came here in 1923. Member Altar Society and Catholic ardor of Foresters. Survivors: three sons, Wilbur and Kenneth Elsllp and John Lytle, all of Seatlle; dough- tar, Mrs. Janell Browder, Edmonds; brolher, Noah Panger, .Salem, Ore.; 11 grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchil- dren, Burial Calvary. FIsher-Kalfus chapel, FERULANO, Mrs. Maria, 86, 1902 E. Aloha St., died September 19. Re- quiem September 22 St. Joseph's Church Native of Italy and resident of Seattle for 62 years. Member of Ladles' Sodality. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Dominic Christopher, San Francisco; Mrs. Francis Hurson, Auburn; sons, Joseph, Paul, William, Thomas, all Seattle; son, Warren, Tacoma; seven grandchildren; 12 great.grandchildren. Burial Calvary. Mannlngs & Sons. LA FORTUNE, Frank J., 76, 2344 10th Ave. E., died September 17. Re- quiem September 20 St. Polrlck's Church. Born in Chicago, come to Se- attle at oge of 19. Member of Knlghts of Columbus. Survivors: twa daughters, Mrs. Kathleen Drake, and Mrs. Eileen Hall; son, Edwin E. La Fortune, oil of Seattle, and 15 grandchildren. Burial Holyrood. Bonney-Watson chapel. LINDEN, Thomas Earle, 51, 4831 35th Avg. SW, died September 18. Re- quiem Segtembor 21 St. Anne's Church. Surviving IS his mother, Mrs. May Linden, Seattle. Burial Holyrood. Moa- ning and Sons. MCMILLAN, Mrs. Rufus (Ado), 72, 104 N. 177th St., died September 19. Requiem September 21 St. Luke's Church. Member of auxiliary, Dis- abled American Veterans, Seattle. Survivors: niece, Mrs. Evelyn Adams, Seattle, and nephew, George Clohesy, Bothell. Brial Holyrood. Back's, Ed- monds. MDSCIETTI, Baldi F., 70, 1110 Slur- gess Ave. S., died September 16, Re- quiem September 21 St. Mary's Church. Native Italy, came to Seattle In 1913. Survivors: wife, Jennie; scns, Angeo, Seattle, and Baldte, Mercer 151and; daughter, Mrs. Gloria Clark, Seattle; step-daughler, Mrs. Mary 'Lewellen, Sconsbluff, Neb.; brother, ROCO, Can- on City, Cola.; and seven g'ondchil- dren. Columbia. NORTH, Mrs. Vera Ann, 7S, 1400 E. 'Mercer St., died September 16. Requi- em September 25 St. Joseph's Church. Born in Wilton, Iowa, came to Seattle eight yoars ago. Survivors: Sons, Rev. Robert North, S J, Korea; Grenville P., Jr., Hlcksville, NY; and John E., Omaha; daughters, Mrs. Ronald A. Peterson and Mrs. Alvin W. Elston, both Seattle; sisters, Mrs. Marguerite Reardon, Ocean Pork, Wash., and Mrs. M. L. Donovan, Omaha; 20 grandchll. dren. Burial in Omaha. Flsher-Kolfus. RIDER, Mrs. Josephine, 66, 6508 17th Ave. NW, died September 18. Requiem September 21 St, Alphonsus Church. Born Bluffton, Ind., camo here In 1944 from Los Angeles. Survivors: ',. son, J. S. Rider, Jr., Seattle; sister, Mrs. Pauline Ross, Kansas City. Kon., and one granddaughter, Burial Holy- rood. Hoffner, Fisher-Kolfus. Seattle SAVELLI, Frank M., 67, 2360 30th Ave. S., died September 15, Requiem September 18 St. Mary's Church. Na- tive of Italy, had resided her tar past 40 years. Survlvors: wife, Concelta; son, Frank, two step-daughters, Mrs. Maynard Jones and Mrs. Daniel Gonie, all of Seattle; and a 'qster In Italy. Burial Calvary. Manning & Sons. ii LEGAL NOTICES i received permission from East ' German government authori- ; WILLIAMS AND PERLMAN Attorneys 1306 N. 175th I Seattle, Wash. i fIN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE t Stole of Washington for the Count of  ! King. " I l ln the Matter of the EMote of LENA, McCROSSEN, Deceased. In Probate. No. I 179823. Nat;ce to Credltors. ! Notice Is hereby glven that the under-I !signed hos beelt appalnled ond has qual. ! fled as executor of the estote of Lena Mc. I ]Crossen Deceased; thot all persons hay. i I ng c aims o0olnst ead deceased are here- i I by required to serve the same, duly verl- ',fled, on said Ralph.Wright or hs at. i torneys of record at the address below ]stated, and f e the same wHh the Clerk I lot said Court, together with proof of such i service within six months after the date l jar first publication of ths notice, or the same will be barred. 19 Dteco. of first publication September 24, RALPH WRIGHT ! Executor of sold Estate. 1306 NO. 175th I Seattle, Wash WILLIAMS AND PERLMAN I By PAUL M. WILLIAMS Attorneys for Estate, 1306 N. 175th L Seattle, Wash. Flnal10-8.65 J. NEIL MAHONEY Affornoy 525 Central Building Seattle, Washlngton IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Woohlngton for the County of King. In the Matter of the Estate of ALBERT FRANCIS McCULLOCH, Deceased. In Probate. No. 182363. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under. slaned has been oppolntod nnd has quail. fled as Executor of the estate of Albert Francis McCullough, Deceased; that all persons having claims a0alnst sold de- ceased are hereby required 1o serve 1he some, duly verified, on sam Leo J. Mc- Cullough, Executor, or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file 1he same with the Clerk, together with Proof of such service within six monlhs after the date of first publication i of this notice, or tho same will be barred. Date of first publication September 1965. LEO J. McCULLOUGH, Executor of said Estale, 525 Centrol Bullding, Seattle, Woshlngton J. NEIL MAHONEY, Attorney for Estate, 525 Central Building, Seattle, Washington Flnal--10-D.65 RIVERVlEW FARMS "D/reel from Farm to You" "36 Years of Saisfacfory Service" Owned and Operated by JACOB NIELSEN and SON 15034 Nelson Place, Renton ALder S-461S Tacoma KRESEVlCH, Mrs. Andrew (MIIka) A., 72, 5146 Seaview St., died Septem- ber 17. Reulem Seplember 20 Holy I Cross Church. Born in Yugoslavia and lived in Tacoma the pos't 54 years. Survivors: two sons, John and Andrew, bOth Tacoma; two daughters, Mrs Mary Boesflug, and Mrs, Anna Brett, bolh Tacoma; a brother, Romas Sep- ich, Bellinghom; a sister In Koslav, Yugoslavia; and nine grandch dren. In- terment Calvary Cemetery, Tacoma, Gaffneys. LITTLETON, William J..46, Stetln-, com, dled September 14. Requiem Sep- tember 17 Visitotlon Church, Born m Tacoma and lived in the area all hs llfe working as a corpenter. Surv[vorl Include O sisler, Mrs. E, H. Kelly, Berkeley, Calif,, and O niece. Burial Calvary Cemelery, directed by Cassedy and Allen Mortuary. , RIGIO, Tony, 81, 2362 S. Wilkeson St., died September 16. Requiem Sep. lamber |9 St, Rlta's Church. Born in Ita(y and came to Tacoma 56 years ago. Relirod owner and operator Of Tony's Grocery Store Survivors; his wife, Antonio; two sons, Vincent, To- coma, and LnuIs B,, St. Louis, Ha.; three daughters, Mrs. Francos Lombor- do, MrS. Katherine Wetls and Mrs, Angela Taravella, all Tacoma; 12 0randchildren and 17 groat grandchil- dren. Burial Calvary Cemetery, To- coma, Cossedy and Allen Chapel. Vancouver GILL, Mrs. Robert R. (Florence C.), 66, died Seplember 18 at Portland, Ore. Requiem Septemer 21 St. James ' Church. Born in Jamestown ND and lled In Vancouver 1he post 14 years, Survivors: tour grandchildren; broth- ers, Julius Rusch, St. Paul, Mlnn,, and Gus and AI Rusch, both of James- town, ND. Entombment Portland. MILLER, Carl Edwin Jr, 19, 3216 E. 29th St., died September 17 fronl ! traffic tnluries sustained in August. Requiem September 21 St. Joseph's ! Church. Born in Vancouver and was gladJated from Hudson's Bay H i g h School aM June. He was a member at ! the Retail Clerk's Union. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl E, i MIHer; and four brothers, Richard nnd Thomas J., both of Vancouver, Edward, Portland, and Joseph, Seattle. Burial St. James Acres. Births CHEHALI5 -- St. Helen's Nospital re- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Pete Corwtn, girl, September 20 LONGVlEW -- St. John's Hospital re. ports tho following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Carl N. Patterson, boy, September 13 Robert L Algol', boy. September 10 David L. Splcer, boy, September 15 C#lfford A. Chapman, boy, Septomber 1S Lawrence W. Brosnon, girl, Seplember 16 Stanley W. Peerboom, boy, Septomber Seven E. German I ,4 Ernest A, Searing, girl, September 19 "'n,snops At ouncl: SEATTLE - Providonce HOSplMI re* =IlL a= T BONN (NC)-- Seven bishops j Mrs.:parts the following births to Mr, and H. Harris Kflborn, girl, September 14 Wayne A. 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