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Friday, Nov. 29, 1963 THE PROGRESS--9 BUY WITH THEM RATE: 30 Per Line, CLASSIFIED RATE: 30 PER LINE Forms Close Wednesday, 4 p.m. PHONE or WRITE PROGRESS CLASSIFIED TERRY AVE., SEATTLE MAIn 2-8880 Extension 21 ART MURALS HOLIDAY RATES SAVE 30/1 AMuroII painted In place 1tbuslness or In J your home, on canvas or on wall. Your I choice of scenery. Free estimates. Out of town call Bob Mahugh collect. AT 3- 1836, Seattle. CARPET WORK RUG AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING In your home. KRAMER CLEANER LA. 5-5450 J: CLEANERS SERVICED YOUR VACUUM REPAIRED FOSTER P R OG RI SELL WITH THEM In Memoriam im II O the charity of your Masses and prayers are commended -:. CLOSING TIME: 4 P.M. Wednesday -:. PHONE: MA 2.888e--Local 21 ST. THOMAS PARISH ONE BLOCK FROM ST. THOMAS GRADE, 2 blocks from Foster High. Spotless 3 bedroom plastered home. Hardwood floors. Electric baseboard heat. Full basement. Two car garage. Oversize 70x184 lot with underground sprinkler. A terrific hay at $13,000. BA. 6-6363 OR AL. 5-7349 DALPAY & ASSOCIATES $3.00 N.E. 62ND LA 2-4671 307 4th Ave. Renton, Wash. CONTRACTING SAVE 30% Finest painting, papering. Wall paper dis- play on hand. Free estimates. AT. 3-1836 ROOF REPAIRING, 1ew roofs, gutters and downspouts, Asbestos and omgesltlon siding. Free estimates. Guaranteed work. Call C. R..MARCYES. EA. 4-8481 840 Poplar Place ST ANNE'S QUEEN ANNE DUPLEX TWO BEDROOMS EACH UNIT. Fire. places. Appliances. One unit w/w car- pets and drapes ples extra den, $21,000. Evenings call Mr. Garrison AT2-6439. BLAINE REALTY 111/2 BOSTON AT 3-5511 GREENWOOD, ST. JOHN'S 3 bedrooms, basement, large kitchen, fireplace. Wall to wall carpet. Garage. Religion, Race, no barrier. $13,500. By owner. SU. 4-1786. MISC. FOR SALE MR. & MRS. STEEL USERS Poor Peoples Prices New and used steel and pipe. U.S. PIPE & STEEL COMPANY 700 South Ellis PA 5-8100 DELICIOUS, home.made broken choc- olates. Fresh and fine, 89c per lb. Candy Kitchen, 599 Ravenna Blvd. NE (opposite Marshall School). THE QUIET WAY (Enchanting Catholic Verse) $1.00 LITTLE FLOWER PRESS 2410V2 Beacon Ave. So. Seattle 44, Wash. NURSING HOMES RESTFUL MANOR CONVALESCENT AND NURSING CARE REGISTERED NURSES 24 HRS. WASH. STATE LIC. No. 444 3610 Empire Way So. PA 5-2800 5TUBBINGS NURSING HOME "C1thollc operated" Private cases only. State Lic. No. 69 1732.16th Ave. EA. 3-6061 AUSTIN'S NURSING HOME 24 hr. Registered Nursing care. Excellent Food. (Wash. State LIc. Na. 248) 900S Roosevelt Way N.E. LA 3-4296 ISSAQUAH VILLA Catholic Operated. Class 1. LIc. No. 475 -- EX 2-5351 (no toll) PERSONAL "IT'S A CRYING SHAME--I'M SiX DAYS OLD AND READY TO LEAVE THE HOSPITAL AND HAVE NO HOME TO GO TO. I HOPE TO HAVE A PERMANENT HOME SOON, BUT I'D LIKE TO HAVE SOMEONE TO LOVE AND CARE FOR ME UNTIL MY FAMILY CLAIM ME. PLEASE?" CATHOLIC CHILDREN'S SERVICES OF TACOMA (BR 2-9359). HEENEY CONSTRUCTION CO. Complete remodeling service, room additions, re. pairs, Interior, exterior. Insured. Refer- antes, Up to 5 years to pay. PA 2-4463 FaaDENTERTAINMENT TORTILLAS LA MEXICANA MexI-Catessen 19436 16th Ave. S.W. WE. 5.1480 FOR RENT ~ ST. GEORGE'S -- Unfurnished 3 bedroom brick house. Full! basement. Lease. References required. $130 per month. WE 5-4602 or LI 6.2062 'HREE room furnished apartment tar bachelor, in prlv1te home. Ground floor. Private entrance. Also sleeping room. Catholic family. 5U 3-2110. FREE RENT TO JANUARY 1st to st. Patrick's. Spacious 4 room 1partment. Heat. Appliances. Laundry. $70. AD 2-8208. ST. JAMES -- CATHEDRAL Furnished light housekeeping rooms and apartments. Utllilles furnished. 514 Terry Ave. MA 2.4]30. WELL HEATED APARTMENT. Living room, bedroom, kitchen, bath, range, refrigerator. Near St. Joseph's. Mar- kets. Bus. Clean. Quiet. Low rent. 1511 East Mercer. ASSEMBLY HOTEL Monthly Rates. One-half block MA. 3-4174 FURNITURE LARGEST FURNITURE STORE on the E1stslde. Open Friday evening. "Free delivery," Credit. RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU 5-1378 Redmond | If you are Interested, please call. MA 3-9065 CATHOLIC CHILDRENS SERVICES I GREETING CARDS 2 boxes S1 Christmas Cards N.E. LA 2-4671 HELP WANTED EXCELLENT NURSING CARE ... I IN PRIVATE HOME OF WANTED: SALESMAN TOI CATHOLIC NURSE. WE 7- TO SELL THE MOST BEAU-I 4685 TIFUL CATHOLIC BI BLEI FOSTEk HOMES NEEDED EVER PUBLISHED PA 5 5303 " .-. We have 1n urgent need for temporary T I,I r- tATI.-It/IC " C'l-IIID("[-Itfoster homes for Infants as well as v older children. Board rate, medico care SOCIETY WANTS MEN OR 1nd clothing are provided by the agency. WOMEN FOR STEADY 01 PLUMBERS PLUMBING & HEATING SERVICE Radiant Heating . . . Retail Store L. G. MASSART & SONS 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3-6850 TELEVISION AND RADIO SERVICE FENDRICH RADIO & TV "Member St. Edward's Parish" PA. 3-1172 NOTICES RT TIME WORK IN WASH- TON OR OREGON. Liberal commission 1nd fringe benefits. Starting salary. Write Extension Maga zlne, P.O. Box 6426, TIpard, Oregon. MISC. FOR SALE SACRIFICE 16-TRANSISTOR Trans-Oceanlc portable radio. AM/FM International shortwave, marine bands etc. Beautiful sound. Twin speakers. New condition, LA. 2-0262. I LEGAL CUMMINGS & HARRIS Attorneys 1006 Olympic N1t'l. Bldg. Seattle, Washlngtan IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of BARTHO. LOMEW C. HOBAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 16t703. NoNce of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribu- tion. Notice Is hereby given that M1rguerlte Mary Hoban, Executrix of the Estate of Bartholomew C. Hobon has filed In the office of 1he Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Executrix; and that said Report and peti- tion will be heard on the 27th day of December, 1963, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of sold Court, at which time and place any per- son Interesled In said Estate may appear and file oh]actions thereta and contest the same. Dated this 7th day of November, 1963. Date of first publication, November 29, 1963/ NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of sold Court By R. S. HOFEDITZo Deputy CUMMINGS ANO HARRIS Attorneys for Estate 1008 Olympic Not'I. Bldg. Seattle, Washington Final 11-29-63 the souls of the following de- parted priests who served the Church and souls in this area: The Rev. Demetrius 3uene- man, O.S.B., died Nov. 29, 1948. The Rev. Julius LaMotta, S. 3., died Nov. 29, 1952. The Rev. Gregory Leggio, S.J., died Nov. 30, 1919. KANE & SPELLMAN, Afforneys : Arctic Building r Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In the Moffer of the Estate of ARTHUR LEE ADAMS, Deceased. In Prabale. 1o. 169720. Notice of Hearing of Final Re- ,Oar? 1nd Pet t on tar Dlstr butlon.i. rice Is hereby given that Lilllaff M. dM.dams has filed in the office of the Clerk sold Cou-t her final Report ondpetl- on for distribution, asking the Court to settle sold Report, dlstrlbule the property to the pers'ons thereto entitled and to dis- ch 1 r g e said Adminlstratrlx; and that laid Report and petition will be heard on the 18th day at December, 1963, at 10:00 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any person It?forested In sold Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the some. Dated this 14th day of November, 1963. Ddte ot first publication, November 22, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of sold Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ Deputy; " ' KANE & SPELL.MAN i Aflorneys for Estate, :  f/ Arctic Building,  :/ Final 12-6-6: h( ROGER E. DUNHAM MURRAY, DUNHAM & WAITT Attorneys 419 Securities Bldg. Seattle 1, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County King. Matter of the Estate of ANNA .gUISE APPLEGATE, deceased. In Probate. No. 170960. Notice of Hear- Ing Final Report. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that MON- ROE LOUISE APPLr:GATE, as Executor at the estate of ANNA LOUISE APPLE- GATE, has flied In the office of the Clerk of Bald Court his Final Report and Peti- tion for Distribution asking the Court to eeffle sold Report, distribute the property to the persons entitled thereto, and to discharge sold Executor; and that said Report and Petition will be heard on the 23rd day of December, 1963, at 10:00 a.m. In the Courtroom of the Probate Depart- of said Court, at which time and any parson Interested In said estate I opbe1r and file objections thereto contest the s1me. DATED this 18th day of November, 1963. l Date of first publication November 22nd 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL Clerk of Court Ey HELEN L. HICKOK Deputy ROGER E. DUNHAM MURRAY DUNHAM & WAITT Attorneys for Executor 419 Securities Bldg. ttle ), Wash. Final 12-6-63 MORIARTY, OLSON & CAMPBELL " Attorneys 1212 Olympic National Life Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Mailer of the Estate of HAZEL M. ROBBEN, a/k/a VERONICA F. HAZEL ROBBEN, Deceased. No. 174083. Notice to Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been apgolnted and has quail- fled as Executor of the estate of Hazel M. Robben, a/k/a Veronica F. Hazel Robben, Deceased; that all persons hav- ing claims 1galnst said deceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on sold Executor or his attor- neys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice or the same will be barred. Dote at first publlcatlon November 29, 1963. CHARLES P. MORIARTY, JR. Executor at safd Estate. 1212 Olympic National Ltfe Bldg. Seaffle, Wash. MORIARTY, OLSON & CAMPBELL Attorneys for Estate, 1212 Olympic Notional Life Building SooHle, Wash. Flool 12-13, '63: HOMES FOR SALE A NEW HOME FOR CHRISTMAS OWNER WILL TRADE EQUITY 2 PLUS 2 BEDROOMS 16x25 LIVING ROOM STOVE FIREPLACE 18 FIR TREES $12,800 THIS SELLER WILL TAKE A BOAT OR CAR FOR DOWN PAYMENT on this large newly painted and redec- orated home In popular Richmond Highlands. Massive tree studded lot 81x140 nestled among area of lovely homes. 2 large bedrooms on main floor PLUS 2 unfinished upstairs. Call EM 4-1180 on Ad. No. 3072. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 13300 Bothell Way N.E. EM 4-I 180 4 BDRMS. ALL ONE LEVEL BASEMENT BEVERLY PARK $600 DN. $ I 6,000 Immaculate 4 bedroom rambler situate( close to shopping, schools, bus and only i 10 minutes to Boeing Plants 1 & 2. i Home features: Entry divided from liv- Ing room by floor to ceiling planter and bookcase combination--rich wall to wall carpeting inciuded as (1 bonusi Lovely bright kitchen with built-in dishwasher fan, hood and breaktast bar--sunny din- ing area, separate utility room--spark- ling tile vanity bath--basement level has extra V2 bath, garage and new furnace. Landscaped grounds accented by 1 towering native fir tree. Our exclusive. Call CH 3-1550. South End Brokers 11D36-1st Ave. South 2 YEARS OLD ASSUMPTION PARISH Wlthln a block of church and school. Four bdrm. split entry. W/W carpet. Formal D.R. ranch kit. with built-Ins, Ige eating area. 1V2 baths. Beautiful rec. rm.. sliding doors to potto and view deck. All this and more for only $27,950, coil Pat Hentschell imam. our lady of the .Lake) HILLCREST RLTRS. LA 4-5010 SECLUSION OUR LAD-Y OF THE LAKE CLOSE MATTHEW'S BEACH Lovely home secluded on pork-like grounds 90x120, lots of shrubs and go- five trees. Entry hall to cheerful living room with fireplace and carpatlhg. Din- Ing room has beautiful bUllt.ln buffet and Is carpeted. TWO nice bedrooms up, PLUS 2 more In daylight basement, which h1s 2rid plumbing. Separate util- Ity, workshop. Intercom system. $23,000. CRAWFORD & CONOVER INC. (Woshlngton's oldest real estate firm) 19321 HIway 99, Lynnwoed PR 8-1141 8040 35th N.E. LA 3-555S FOR THE GROWING FAMILY Large 5 bedroom two story home with walk-in wardrobes. Full size dining room. Large kitchen. Full basement. New roof. Yard with fruit trees and berry patch. FHA ordered at $13,500. GENESEE INC. PA 2-4050 P.F.P. GREEN LAKE 4 BEDROOMS 3 BATHS FULL BASEMENT $450 DOWN This tops them 011. Is your house cold? If It Is you should see this lovely home with a central heating unlt -- clrcu- latlng hot water with a radiator In each room. Want a big lot  this home stands on a lot that Is 100x100. The outstanding features at thls Im- maculate professionally cared for home are huge mahogany paneled living room, log-size fireplace. The large elegant (12x14) dining room Is o mas- terpiece for your entertaining. The bright and cheery kltchea boasts a large sunny breakfast nook. Two full baths, plus 1 3rd bath with shower. 4 twin.size bedrooms. Attached g1rage --FULL PRICE $16,950. Call now on Ad No. 3105. Picture Floor Plans, Inc. 18332 Aurora Ave. N. LI 2-3184 IMPERIAL East EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT Finished homes ready to move Into now. Visit the furnished show houses. Open dolly 10 a.m. 'ill 9 at night. Coil HU 6- 2781, Prestige Homes, Inc. "Green Lake Beau+y" COST DOWN ONLY $12,000 Here's a real sharp, modernized home close to the shores of lovely Green Lake. Spacious rooms including twin. size bdrms., full bsmt. with rec. rm. space. Owner will carry own contract with lust cost down 1nd $80 month. Quick possession. C111 ME 2-4200, SU 3- 4773. MARIE MOSS REALTY 1716 North 45th $69.50 MO. 3 Bdrms.'Garage $10 TOTAL DN. PYMT. THAT'S RIGHTI A ten dollar bill can make you a home 1wnerl WHY RENT? All rooms one floor, flrepl1ca, ranch style kitchen, attractive exposed beam l living room, best of all-.handy to cttyl bus, major shopping and school. Barfer call LA5-6116, Beet's Inc. CAPITOL HiLL IDEAL LOCATION Brand new on market--Just listed. EEDROOMS--3 up, 1 down. Double plumbing, hardwood floors throughout. Flreplace.-rec. ream. Available with Mn. FHA Down. MARY BRACELiN EA 3-8717 I//2 BLOCK ST. MARK'S Threebedraom home, wall to wall carpet and stove I'ncluded. Situated on dead- end street. Fenced yard. Walk to school. FHA $15,225. Days coil EM 3- 9111, evenings EM 3-8744. 1248 N.E. 184th. Activities Calendar M a | o r events sponsored by Catholic organisa. tions are listed here. The purpoee of the eJtlendar ts to a i d in a o i d i n g conflict of dates in scheduling event LiBtings should be Bent to The Progreu in writing. December 1, 1963 -- Catholic Daughters of America, Court St. Aloysius, Bellingham, re- ception of new members, Knights of Columbus Hall. December 3, 1963--Good Shep- herd Auxiliary drop-in dessert and bazaar. December 4, 1963 -- Seattle Prep Mothers Club luncheon and card party sponsored by junior mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. December 6, 196--Our Lady of Perpetual Help Circle, As- sociation for Catholic Childhood buffet luncheon and flower dem- onstration, 12:30 p.m., Carna. tion Co. December 7, I963 -- Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club dance. December 9, 1963--Legion Df Mary reunion. December 10, 1963--Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. December lS, 1963 -- Cath- olic Daughters of America, Court St. Aloysius, Belling- ham, pre-holiday bake and gift sale. January 6, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood sponsors opening night o[ "Sound of Mu- sic" Opera House. January 14, 1964 -- Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. January 26, 1964 -- Blancher Mothers Club family dinner. 1 to 6 -. m., school cafeteria. January 18, 1964 --Durocher Club dinner, St. AnD's Hall. January 29, 1964 -- Seattle Prep Mothers Club luncheon and card party sponsored by sophomore mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. February I, 1964---Marie L'- Abbe Circle, ,Association for C a t h o 1 i c Childhood dinner- dance, Country Kitchen, Belle- Vue. February 4, 1964 -- Annual burse pa r t y, Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Womcn, b0rtbern Deanery. February 8, 196--St. Frances Cabrini H o s p i t a I Advisory Board, student nurse dance, 6:30 p.m., Olympic Bowl, February 11, 1964 -- O'Dea lV'.others Club luncheon and ctrd party, 12:30 p.m., St. J)seph social hall. February 26, 1964 -- Seattle l:rep Mothers Club luncheon and card party sponsDred by freshmen mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. March 13, 1964 -- St. Anne Parish Mothers Club crab din- ner, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 1, 1964 -- O'Dea Moth- ers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. April 7, 1964 -- Annual party of Mount St. Vincent Auxiliary at Spanish Ballroom, Olympic Hotel. April 10, 1964 -- St. Philo- mena Parish, Des Moines, "Springtime in Paris," anuual fashion show sponsored by St. Joan of Arc and St. Teresa Guilds. April 18-10, 1964 -- Archdio- cesan Council of Catholic Women convention, Benjamin Franklin Hotel. May 2, 3, 1964--CathoUc War Veterans state convention, Ta- coma. May 14, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood May lunch- eon, 12:30 p.m., Georgian Room, Olympic Hotel BLESSED SACRAMENT 5 Bedrooms FULL BASEMENT The Rev. Dominic (J o h n) Hack, O.S.B., died Nov. 30, 1954. The Rev. Arthur Green, S.J., died Dec. 3, 1955. The Rev. Frederick B. Klein, died Dec. 4, 1939. Bellingham RADOVANI, VI1ce, 79, of 604 Eoule. Yard, died Nov. 19. Requiem Nov. 22, Church of the Assumption. Burial Bay VIew. Was a retired mill worker. Lived in BelHngham since 1910. Survivors: Belllngham; two nephews In Austria. Weslford Funeral Home. Bremerfon $16500 JACKSON, Mrs. Ellea, 67, of 16-J Russell Rood, dled Nov. 19. Requiem / Nov. 22, St. Peter Church, Suquamish. THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST MOVE. No BurtaL Suquomlsh. Born at Taft. Lived more shopping from here to there look- in KItsap County past 51 years. Hod Ing for the hard to get comfort In de- been a widow about 30 years. Morn- sign perfect home. Situated in a far bar of the Duwamlsh Indian Tribe. better than average neighborhood. It is Survivors: four daughters, Mrs. Irene magnificent with the 5 large bedrooms. Purser, Bremerton; Mrs. Betty Ham- Huge living room with log-size fireplace, IIn, Harbor City, Calif.; Mrs. Rosemary 12x12 formal dining room. The kitchen Plankenhorn, Everett, and Mrs. Shirley Seattle CRAIN, Mrs. Francis (Edna), 84, 4018 S. Holden St., died Nov. 19. Redulem Nov. 23 Sacred Heart Church. Born In Bureau County, III. Came here from Omak In 1937. Survivors: husband, Fron. cls J.; sons, Joseph E., Francis L., and Vernon L., all of Seattle, and Charles Tacoma REDING, Mrs. John (C1tharine Eliz- abeth), 85, of 1812 S. Y1klma, died Nov. 18. Requiem Nov. 22, St. Leo Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Ossian, tow1. Lived in Tacoma past 50 years. Survivors: two d1ughters, Mrs. Mar- guerite Stone, Tacoma, and Mrs. Vlr- L. Craln, Bremerton, and four grand-- ginla Forseth, Seattle; two brothers, children. Home Undertaking Company. ECKER, Victor, 66, died Nov. 23. Requiem Nov. 27, Our Lady of Guada- lupe Church. Burial Holyraod. Born In Budapest. Came here in April 1nd planned to return to Hung1rY in Janu- ary. Survivors: mother, In Hungary, and nephew, Joseph Fulop, Seattle, with whom he was staying. White Center Funeral Home. GRANGER, Joseph H., 8S, 83S 15th Ave., died Nov. 21. Requiem Nov. 25 Church at the Immaculate. Burial Holy- rood. Born In Manitoba, Canada. Came here 40 years ago. Had been a watch- man until his retirement In 1953. Survl- vats: wife, Angellna; sons, Albert and Guy Granger, both of Seattle; daughter, Mrs. Fred Bannon, also of Seattle; 27, Sacred Heart Church. Burial C11- , brother, the Rev. A. G. Granger, Man- vary. Born on Jersey Island, England. ?real, Canada, and ten grandchildren. Lived in Tacoma 57 years. Was re. Eooth-Ashmore Funeral Home. fired commerial photographer. Surviv- JOHNSON, Mrs. Rhea Margaret, 53, ors: Wife, Catherine H.; two sons, Bar- 613 E. Mercer, died Nov. 24. Requiem tram nnd Kenneth, both Tacoma; four Nov. 26, St. James Cathedral. Born in Butte, Mont. Came here in 1925. Sur- vivors: daughter, Mrs. Shirley L; Mc- Clellan, Seattle; t w o  grandchildren. Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. KIRLIN, Courtney C., Sr,, 58, 9424 20th Ave. S.W., died Nov. 20. Requiem Nov. 23 Holy Family Church. Burial Albert Peyer, Tacoma, and Frank Pey- er, Osslan; stster, Mrs. Celestine Brag- hamer, Chicago; two grandsons. Cas- sedy and Allen Mortuary. INNOCENTb C1rlo M1rlne, of 1311 S. Ainsworth, died Nov. 19. Requiem Nov. 23, St. Rita Church. Burial Col- vary. Born In AIIopascla, It11y. Lived In Tacoma past 50 years. Owned and operated trucking business. Survivors: wife, Rose; three daughters, Mrs. Batty Blattner, Forks; Mrs. Shirley Knowles, Tooele, Utah, and Mrs. Beverly Thorn- ton, Renton; five sisters In Italy; eight grandchildren. Cassedy and Alien Mor- tuary. SIMON, Julius Bert, 87, of 1031 E. 46th St., died Nov. 23. Requiem Nov. brother, Nick; nephew, Vince Radevany; Holyraod. Born In St. Clair County, Mo, niece, Mrs. Gertrude Webster, all of Came here in 1951. Employed by ;the Boeing Company. Survivors: wife, Mary; sons, James, William and Courtney C. KIrlln, Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Edgmon, Seattle, and Mrs. Ruth H1rt, Bellflower, Calif.; brothers, Howard, Phoenix and Frank KIrtln, Nopa, CaJif,; sister, Mrs. Mildred Moron, Seattle; and 14 randchlldren. Yarlngton's White Center Funeral Home. MAHLUM, Mrs. Mariory I., 63, 6805 Ravenna Ave. N.E., died Nov. 23. Re- quiem Nov. 26, Church of the Assump- tlon. Burial Holyrood. Born in St. John, N.D. Came here in 1938. Survivors: son, Robert J. Firby, and sister, Mrs. Ray has been completely remodeled, the Trevathan, Bremerton; son, BenlamJn, C. Maudin, both of Seattle, and three handy counters are tlnlshed In glisten- Tacoma; 36 grandchlldren and six great- grandchildren. Manning & Sons Funeral four grandchildren; one great.grond- Ing formlea. (Oh, Yes there Is a built- grandchildren. Poutsbo Mortuary. Home. child. Vancouver Funeral Chapel. In electric counter top range and oven). Fuji basement and a large g1rage. One of the finer well constructed older homes in magnificent condition. It will back c1mpefltion off the mop. Call LI 2-3184 on Ad No. 2844. Picture Floor inc. 18332 Aurora Ave. LI 2-3184 ST. JOSEPH'S Aflractlve 4 bedroom home In excellent condition. Close to Forest Ridge, Holy Names and St. Joseph's. For an ap- pointment call Mrs. Murphy, EA 2-27t0 or LA 2-5626 VINCENT D. MILLER INC. 3817 NE 45th LA 2-5626 daughters, Mrs. Allce Blair, Mrs. Dorothy Romstod and Mrs. Marian Jackcwskl, all at Tacoma, and Mrs. Rose Herrigan, Seattle; brother, Louis, Ontario, Canada; 24 grandchildren and 9 great-grandchildren. Cassedy and Allen MortuarY. Vancouver O'NEILL, Samuel E., 76, of 10515 N.E. 4th Plain Rood, died Nov. 19. Requiem Nov. 22, St. Joseph Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born at St. Paul, MInn. Lived in Vancouver 1nd Clark County past 60 years. Was re. tired Inspector at Clark County Road Department. Survivors: wife, Gertte; three daughters, Mrs. Ernie Frunclsca, Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Eugene Os- wald, Everett, and Mrs. Kenneth E1ton, Vandenberg Air Force Base, Calif.; brolher, James; sisters, Mrs. Mary Walker, Mrs. Nell Heitman and Mrs. Milared Echtle, all of Vancouver, and Mrs. Enid Marble, Monterey, Calif.; QUICK CASH FOR YOUR EQUITY iN NORTH END OR QUEEN ANNE HOME. CALL BOB ROBINSON. LOYAL REALTY SU 3-1300 EVENINGS SU 4-3617 Births BELLINGHAM--$t. Joseph General Hospital announces the following birth to Mr. and Mrs.: Robert Johnson, bay, November 12. Urban Wolken, boy, November 18. Richard Par?ill, boy, November 22. WIItred Connell, girl, November 24. EVERETTProvldence Hospltal an- nounces the following blrths to Mr. and Mrs.: Gerald Newman, bay, October 14. Henry Martian, girl, October 15. Thomas Collins, boy, October 16. Wayne Nev1, girl October 20. David Duell, girl, October 21. Richard Johnson, boy, October 22. Douglas Me?hot, girl, October 23. Robert O'Brlen, boy, Oct. 24. Gerald F. Thayer, girl, October 24. Chester Wedgeworth, boy, October 24. Robert SIIt1nen, boy, October 25, Troy Beckett, boy, October 26. Robert Mockner, girl, October 26. Robert Roberson, girl, October 27. Thomas Frank, girl, October 31. Glenn Melum, boy, October 31. Donald Mobius, boy, November t. L1ren Taylor, boy, November 1. Arnle Melum, boy, November 2. D1nlel VIgllaturu, boy, November 2. Francis Burghdutf, glrl, November 3. C1slmlr Dahlln, girl, November 3. John Murtagh, girl, November 3. Sam Simmons, bay, November 3. Ron11d Yelle, boy, Nov. 3. John Haines, bay, November 8. Edwin McKee, girl, November 8. Daniel Bertrand, boy, November 10. Robert Lee, girl, November 10. John Malgeslnl, boy, November 10. Peter Sherlock, boy, November 12. LONGVlEW -- St, John Hospital announces the followlng blrths to Mr. and Mrs,: Jason E. Teftt, girl, November 12. George M. Hoxsey, boy, November 12. Jan W. Irwin, girl, November 12. Leland P. Culklns, boy, November 13. Ch1rles L. Gregory, boy, Novem- ber 13. James Brltten, boy, November 16. SEATTLE -- Providenca Hospital announcas the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: Dean Nelson, girl, November tl. Leonard Stanley, girl, November 11. Robert Webb, boy, November 11. Cornelius Sloon, girl, November 12. Arthur Thompson, girl, November 12. Robert Variables, boy, November 12. Dan Calla, boy, November 13. Gerald Gleeson, boy, November 13. Dan Bartlett, girl, November 14. Benjamin Horklns, girl, November 14. WIIIl1m Irwin Jr., twin boys, Novem- ber 14. Richard See, glrl, November 14. Cecil WIIle, boy, November 14. Robert Drummey, boy, November 1S. John Henderson, boy, November 15. Jan Horluchl, girl, November 15. Dennis McCarthy, boy, November 15. Everett WALL, Charles, 83, of 2601 Cleveland Ave., died Nov. 19. Requiem Nov. 23, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Burial Cypress Lawn. Born in Merrill, Mich. Pioneer resident of Everett, re. siding there 72 years. Was employed by American Tug Boat Co. 37 Years until retircment. Member of Hoy Name So- ciety. Survivors wife, Anna S.; three sons, John E., Alabama; Charles W., Marysvllle, and Kenneth F., Everett; three daughters, Mrs. Clarence Gunder- son, Springfield, Ore.; Mrs. Charles Girsberger, Warm Springs, Ore., and Mrs. Marcelyn Parker, Everett; sister, Mrs. E. Bruder, St. Charles, Mich.; 17 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren. CassJdy Funeral Home. Kelso VENDETTI, Anthony O., 68, of i$17 Bloyd St.,: died Nov. 22. Requiem Nov. 25, St/ Mary Church. Burial Calvary. Native of Tacoma. Moved to Kelso 15 years 1go. Was owner of a tavern Member of Cooks, Waiters and Bar- tenders Union of Tacoma, World War I Veterans Post 129, American Legion Post 25 and Tacoma Eagles Lodge. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Delorls T11- lay, Kelso; three sisters, Mrs. Joan Milano, LOS Angeles, and Mrs. Ugo Lazzareschl and Mrs. Bruno Lovorinl, both of Tacoma; brother, Joseph, SO. attle; two grandchildren and tYrO great- grandchlldron. McVicker's Chape ! on the Hill, Kelso. Mr. Vernon ZUHOVlCH, Mrs. Mike (Mlnnte), 86, of McMurray, riled Nov. 20. Requiem Nov. 23, Immaculate Conception Church. Burial Marysvllle Cemetery. Lived at McMurray since 1942 after coming from Germany. Member of Royal Neighbors of America. Survivors: husband; five sons, Alec Prentice, Everett; Harvey Prentice, Bremerton; Ro1nd and St1n- Seattle Vancouver McCAULEY, Mrs. Helen, 39, 12042 6th DENIGER, Joseph K., 77, of 301 W. Ave. N.W., died Nov. 20. Requiem Nov. McLoughlln Blvd., died Nov. 22 n Port- 23, Christ the King Church. Burial Holy.. land. Requiem Nov. 26, St. James rood Cemetery. Born In MInneapal!s; Church. Burial St. J1mes Acres. Na- Minn. Came here in 1947, moving to tive of Wisconsin. Moved to V1ncou- Spokane and Portland and Eugene, Ore, :er area In 1943. Was manager of CO- before returning here tn 1957. Veteran .. Iambic1 Apartments and Annex and of the WAVES 1nd a member of Blessed Virgin Mary Guild and Parents Club of Christ the Klng Church. Survivors: hus- band, W. Terrence; sons, Patrick M., Terence N., Jeffrey M., Edward F., and Kelly J. McCauley; daughters, Gayle M., Ellean M., and Mary M. McCauley, all of the home; mother, Mrs. Helen V. Furlong, Seattle; sis- ters, Mrs. James Furney, Seattle, and. Mrs. Joseph Bennlnghoff, Woodland member of Knights of Columbus. Sur- vivors: two daughters, Mrs. Ida May Baird, Portland, and Mrs. Margaret Ward, Watertown, S.D.; two sisters, Mrs. John Clausen and Mrs. Nick Fox, Watertown. Homllton-Mylan Funeral Home. MYERS, James W., 71, of 4001 Rose St,., died Nov. 24. Requiem Nov. 27, Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born at Bliss, Idaho. Hills, Callf .... Llved: In L 'Vancouver past 37 years. SCHEIDT, Mrs. Mary Ellzabeth, at73":' Was a retired electrlclan at Columbla of Burlen, died Nov. 10. Requiem River Paper Mill. Survivors: wlfe, Mary St. Joseph Church, EIma. Burial Elma V.; daughter, Mrs. Rose Marie Kel- C1thollc Cemetery. Resident of Burton ley, Wash0ugal; one granddaughter; since 1960, moving there from Elma two great-grandchildren. Hamllt1n-My. where she had lived since 1942. Pro- Ion Funeral Home. vlously llved In Sallna, Kan. Surviv- ors: six sons, Charles, Burlen; Matt and Don, Tacoma; Jerry, Salln1; Ed, Seattle Federal Way, and Ivan, Oklahoma City, BENSHOOF, Mrs. AIlea (Grnce), $3, Okla.; two daughters, Mrs. Dewey It- 1815 S.W. 114th St., dled Nov. 20. vln, Ruffus, Ore., and Mrs. James SuP Repulem Nov. 22 St. Bernadette Church. llvan, Burlen; brother and two sisters; Burial Holyrood. Born In Colfox, Whlt- 3t gr1ndchlldren; 27 great-grandchildren, man County. Came here In 1928. Survl- White Center Funeral Home " .... voi: husband, Allen; three sons, Ed- YELLAM, Frank, 62, 3810 Angel PJoce, ward, William, 1nd Day d Benshoof, and dted Nov. 21. ReClulem Nov. 2S St Ed; a  daught.r," Mrs. Robert Foster, oll of word Church. Burl11 Calvary. B'n" Id Seaffle, 1"nd" seven grandchildren. Whlt Italy. Came here when he was 9. Sur- Center Funeral Home. vlvors: daughter, Mrs. Louls G. Prlmon; son, John D. Yellam, and seven grqnd, children, 111 of Seattle. Columbia Fu- neral Home. ' Requiem Sung For Father Winlock FOURNIER, George A. 84, dled Nov. 18.-Requiem Nov. 21, Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Voder. Burial Little Falls Cemetery. Born In Egg Harbor, WIS. Long-tlm1 resident of V1der be- fore moving to Winlock and later Can. tralla. Survivors: son, Clarence, Vader; two daughters, Mrs. Peggy Wilde, Port- ley Prentice, Mount Vernon, and Dan Prentice, Marysvllle; two daughter, LaFarge 83 Mrs. James Curran, Mount Vernon, and Mrs. Fred Moore, Oregon; two sisters, Mrs. Ernle Good, M1rysvllle, dnd Mrs. Annie Miller, eastern washington; 18 grandchildren. Kern Funeral Home, Mount Vernon. Part Angeles LEONARD, I. E. (Nick), 60, died Nov. 26. Requiem Nov. 29, Queen of Angels Church. Burial Port Angeles. Born in Belllngham. Member at pio- neer Belllngham family and rived there most of his life, moving to Port Angeles recently. Survivors: wlfe/ Agnes, Port Angeles; son, Michael, Port Angeles; two brothers, .Edward land, and Mrs. M. Spanlck, Santa Men- lea, Callf.; three brothers, Edmund, Wlnlock; Ch1rles, Cenfrall1, and Alex, $otrth Bend; three grandchildren and three great.grandchildren. P., Seattle, and Frank, Belllngham; sister, Mrs. Ray Nichols, Seaffle. Poulsbo HASKELL, Mrs. Cecil M. (Gertrude L.), 70, of Sandy Hook, died Nay. 23. Requiem Nov. 26, St. Peter Church, Suqu1mlsh. Eurlal at Marysvllle. Born Russell Sherman Jr., boy, November in. Cbehalls. Came to KItsap County 1S. from Wenatchee 18 years ago. Surviv- Wllll1m Wright, girl, November 15. ors: husbantl; two sons, Robed, AI- Ralph Austin, boy, November 16. derwood Manor, and' Roy, Gorst;'two Malvln Kouzlarlch, girl, November 16. George Zoffel, twin girls, November 16. James Brossard, boy, November 17. Gary Andersen, boy, November 17. Gary Capps, girl, November 18. Alan Daub, girl, Novembor 18. Earl Heuman, boy, November 18. Roger Working, boy, November 18. Donald Jocoby, girl, November 19. Blanchet Lists Herbert Elllott, boy, November 20. Patrick Hlckey, girl, November 20. Frank Kopkas, girl, NOvember 20. Honor Students Joseph Mercerl Jr., boy, November 20. Robert Olson, girl, November 20. daughters, Mrs. Cecilia Sawyer, Denver, and Mrs. Gertrude Hudson, Seattle; tour brothers, Joe SmHh, Chehalts; George Smith, Huston, B.C.; Harold Smlth, Anacortes, and Ted Smith, SO. attie; sister, Mrs. Helen Stewart, Cali- fornia; 12 grandchildren. Miller-Rey- nolds Funeral Home. 24 at Campion House. residence of the editorial staff of America magazine, of which he was an associate editor ...... Active in interracial work for more than 30 years, Father La. Farge fought against racial dis. crimination with hisvoide and pen and with his organizational ability. He called the interracial problem "cancerous" and ruled out any postponement in dealing with it. "If we don't meet it, we're sunk as a nation," he said in an address in 1960 in Toledo, Ohio. Born in Newport. R.I., in 1880, Father LaFarge was the NEW YORK (NC)--A requi- em Mass was offered for Rev. John LaFarge, S.J., author, editor and champion of inter- racial justice, in St. Ignatius Loyola church here November 27. The Jesuit priest,: a founder Thirty-five students were list- of the C a t h o I i c interracial  ed on the first quarter honor movement in the US., died in roll at St. Mary's Academy, his sleep at age 83 November Toledo. Three girls achieved a John Swanson, girl, November 20. Raymond Guarln, boy, November 2t. Roger Hudson, boy, November 22. John Lazo, boy, November 22. Julius Wild, boy, November 22. Kevin Leahy, girl, November 23. John Martin, girl, November 23. Timothy O'Leary, girl, November 23. TACOMASt. Joseph Hospital an- nounces the following blrthe to Mr. and Mrs.: L1rry S1bol, boy, October 23. Ralph Edwards, girl, October 24. Robert HIrsch, girt, October 24. Gunda Cook, boy, October 25. Joseph DeSordl, girl, October 25. Donald La1sko, boy, October 29. Hubert Web?on, girl, October 29. MIch1el Cor1k, boy, Novomber 1. John BuJoclch, girl, November 2. Charles Cunnlngham, November 3. Henry MHler, girl, November 3. Jake Vigil, boy, November 3. John Kresvlth, girl, November 4. Robert Reink, girl, November 6. Joe Strollng, boy, November 6. Barney Willard, boy, November 6. Edward Miller, boy, November 0. Raymond Chlso, boy, November 9. Later Merrltt, girl, November 9. William Doon1n, by, November 9. Frank Lam1nna, boy, November 10. Lawrence Marvlk, grl, November 11. Dr. and Mrs. John H1rbottle, boy, November 12. Robert AImos, girl, November 13. Joseph Brown, girl, November 14. John English, boy, November 14. Efrem Perez, boy, November 15. Frederick Burbank, boy, November 17. James Houston, November 18. Kelth Haushahn, hay, November 19. Edmond Kaiser, boy, November 20. Phllllp Coates, girl, November 22. Robert Fox, girl, November 23. Wayne Ross, girl, November 24. Ronald Skaggs, boy, November 24. Joseph Woltekuhle, boy, November 25. Larry' LaCrosse, boy, November 26. Daily Newspaper Plan In India COIMBATORE, India (NC) --Madras state's Cathoiic Asso- ciation has decided to sponsor a Catholic daily newspaper in Ta- mil, the language of Madras, for the state's 1,208,500 Catholics. Madras' total population is 33.7 million. The first quarter honor roll has been announced at Blan- chet High School. Those listed are: SENIORS--First Honors: Patrlcl1 Bar, John Bernhard, Toni Berselll, Lynn Broadgate, Ronald Ferwerdo, Cheryl Graham, Anne MacAdam, Mary Anne Meulemons, Barbard S w a n, Susan Thompson. Second Honors: Stephen Bingh1m, Marie Cassldy, Kirby Crayle, Sheila Donovan, Marikay Fallon, .Susan Finney, Lucy Fournler, Patrick Frlnk, Mourn Goggin, Mary Kay Hlnnebusch, Patricla Holly, Karen Keller, EIleen Kelly, Kath- ryn Lagried, Mary Lampe, Kathryn Mar?n, K1thy Mattson, Mary. Sue Mc- M1nus, Ted Murray, Donald Pard(], Laurene Reublsh, Bonnie Rancho, Kath- leen Scherrer, Paul1 Supplee, John Tawney, Jean TorgePson, Mal"llyn Tur- ner, Michele Welch, JUNIORS -- First Honors: Lawrence Dlckson, Kathleen Carr, Martlyn Jaeger, Margaret Klettner, Mary McDermott, Kathryn Oistad, Yvonne Y1rbro, Marllyn Zuglsh. Second Honors: Kathryn Barnowe, Jerllyn Dadoslo, Christine Hall, Eliza- beth Held, Mary Hei'mon, Paul Hovlnd, Susan Hyde, Kathleen Linden, Maureen son of John LaFarge, the art- ist, and Margaret Perry Ls, Farge. He attended p u b I i c schools and Harvard University, from which he was graduated in 1901. He went to Innsbruek, AUS-I tria, to take his seminary studies and w a ordained there in July, 190S, End in No- vember, 1905, j Gin e d the Jesuits. He worked in variouB parishes or as a chaplain until 1911, when he was aBsignedl to Jesuit missions in Mary. ]and, where he wo!"ked for IS years. In Ridge Md., he founded the Cardinal GibbonB Institute, a secondary school for Negroes, as an agricnl- tural school. It existed until ) 933. Murphy, Kathryn Phlllon, Jocelyn In 1926 Father LaFarge was Phillips, Margaret Schumacher, Floren appointed to the editorial staff Sempel,Patrlci1 MOrYwtlliams.Tolstad, Helen Wagoner, of America magazine. He was. SOPHOMORES--First Honors: James Duff, Llnda Jennlngs, Margaret Pare- mert. Second Honors: Waiter Antondch, Mcry Kay Beeby, Diane Dcvls, Julle DiJoseph, Margaret Donohue, Lind1 Dun1tov, Victoria Emel, Virginia FiN bin, Vlckl FIorito, Jean Frledhoff, Rob* ert Gardner, Geraldine Halgh, Alan Johnson, John Kriss, Anne McConn, Koren McMahon, Jeanette Mlodenovlc, Marilyn Ocnsion, Christine Rowe, Anne Marie. Shevlln, Llla Stacey, Michael Sullivan, Kenneth W11dron. FRESHMEN -- First Honors: Nancy Duncan, Vlrginlo Grlswold, Candace Lennox, Gregory Phlllppsen. Second Honors: T h o m a s Bersolll, Kathteen Carter, Janet Dadoslo, Adele Davis, M1ry Denzel, Suz1nne Dlon, Denise Durkln, Judy Finley, Steph1nlo Glerman, Barbara Hecker, R o b r t Horn, Mary Hougham, Condaca John- son, P1tricta Kleffer, Mary Jane Lang- hans, Martha Marmount, Ellen Orthl1d, Meagan Pravo, Kathryn Reeb, Karen Reynolds, Corlne Rledel, Diane Rob- bins, Kathleen Splllane, MOW Vander. walker, Carol Venable. executive editor of the maga- zine from 1942 to 1944 and its editor-in-chief from 1944 tO 1948. CASSIDY Funeral. Home Robert Cag=idy , Pr. Jam. CEuidy, Fic Pre,. EVERETT oo OARS AL Z.Z7 .......... lh 35 In Toledo On Honor Roll 4.0 grade point average: Judy Coppage, senior; Beverlee Wha- ley and Dianne Dugaw, sopho mores. The other girls Include: Barbara Bar- re, Morllyn Brown, Mary Clear, Cathy Didler, Kathy Eisner, Ann England M1rguerlte Katser, Vick! K1nn, Susan LaFond, Helen McChord, Michelle M1g.. nose, Jane Maxwell, Louise Meyer and Shirley Oczkewlcz, seniors. p Res1mary Busby, Mary Ellen Garvey, atrlcla Hollahan, Ann Melchior, Bar- barn Wood and Kathy Zmlarovlch, Jun Iors. Larlann Olsen and Susan Russ, eopho- mores. Jean Chapados, Suzanne Coppage, Charlene Dldler, Krtstine DJgaw, Ear- bara Habersetzer, Janlce John, Barbara Rags, Barbara Scheurlch, Evalyn Wll, liamson and Candldo Young, freshmen. GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME sbs 19o5 1 South Yekirna at 10th -