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RATE: 30¢ PE R LINE :lose Wednesday, 4 p.m. or WRITE ;IF:lED ;tRY AVE, SEATTLE MAIn 2-88B0 Extension 21 OBILES FOR SALE IASE ASK FOR PINE HTY CHEVROLET CO. RES. SU 4-1916 ST. BENEDICT&apos;S MOBILE REPAIRS )N TROUBLES LA. PET WORK iPHOLSTERY • HOMES FOR SALE $40,0 Dn NEw COLONIAL FULL DAYLIGHT BSMT. CAPITOL HILL BLT.-IN APPLIANCES 3 BDRMS. 2-CAR GARAGE $17,700FHA Terrific new home In an exclusive new ! Why Rent, when this low down payment will handle all costs? living, fireplace +formica kitch- en, 3 bedrooms. Full daylight bose- mont. Close to schools and Volunteer Park. Call Mary Bracelin, EA3-8717. i CLIFTON ALBRIGHT RLTY. E 1550 OLIVE WAY EA 5-0700 ST. JOSEPH'S l 4 BDRMS .... IV2 BATHS SOUND.MOUNTAIN' VIEW SUPREME 3-BDRM. RANCH STYLE 24-Ft. Family Room NEAR NORMANDY PARK Pray for /hem.. , i j ln Memoriam district of quality homes. Split level $S00 DOWN entry hall, attractive living room with ',AI 'Jr- ,l + ..... TO the charity of your stone raised hearth fireplace, separate Lvvc. S ,1.O DUU--I.N .OW.. blO..ZbU. dining "el," The perfec k tchen has sweet ann low, snuatea in o ctose.m i | Masses and prayers are cam- eating space, bit.In range, hood and neighborhood, convenient to shopping I mended the souls of the fol- loads of select hardwood cabinets, center, bus and schools. Featuring: gleaming ceramic tlfe bath with pastel Entry hall, nod built-in bookcase I lowing departed priests who fixtures, 3 twin sized bedrooms hovel sparkling hardwood kitchen with Ideall wardrobes, full daylight lower level I arrangement. Separate dining area,l served the Church and souls izi has 2rid fireplace in rec. room, roughed] gseamlng hi-tile vanity bath, 3 gener- l this area: In 2nd bath, and 2 car garage & star- s ze bedrooms with wardrobes age. On large lot. Sewers In and paidl 17x24 ft. paneled family rm., has pie- The Rev. Dean|s McGrath, for. Our exclusive col today CH3- tare windows overlooking Sound and 1550. ' ' I Olympics iew. AHached garage and died Dec. 29, 1922. South End Brokers, Inc. storage. Large landscaped grounds. Beach rights In Normandy Park avail. Near Volunteer Park. Vacant. For quick 11036 - let Ave. So, . able, Our exclusive, call CH 3-1550. possession needs some fix-up. Hot ! n. --- water heat. Ask for Mrs. Sawyer JTj ,.sun LADY OF THE LAKE ! South End Brokers, Inc. 3 8857 On y $12,950 zero down FHA. 4 bedr o home '*,r-nnr--i/ rr-^iTv k o m , walking distance to L . 11036.1st Ave. So. /'V r'l. D r-L, I% , E:M LI/ pubHc and parochial schools. On bus AT4-5500 line to the city. Large living room - t with watnut panelled fireplace wall. ! L)Ui L/LJ] ',,.Jr IF'IE LF r- j Ranch type kitchen and dining room (Close- n N.E. Eocoflon) plus an almost finished rec. room EAST SIDE'S NEWEST DEVELOPMENT bedrooms, room for more on Iowert with another fireplace. Beautiful yard Finished homes ready to move into level• Triple plumbing (two finished), with huge patio. Even a lovely vlew. i now. Visit the furnished show houses. 2 f replaces dishwasher, built In All for $16,950. I Open Dally. 10 a.m. 'ill 9 at night. range and oven, slate entry ha n- I ! Call SH 6-9221, Prestige Homes, Inc. su atod. Screens, Carpets. Drapes., CRAWFORD & CONOVER i Professionally landscaped. $2S to $30 040 35th Ave. N.E. CLEANING ' in your home. i :LEANER LA. 5-5450, OF REPAIR NG, new roofs ', ad downspouts, Asbestoe and'.1 ilion siding. Free estimates. - work. Call C. R. MARCYES. i 840 Poplar Ploce "ION CO; Complete I service, room additions, re- LA 3-5555 Interior, eXterior. Insured. Refer- I range. FHA appraisal made. Leaving I CT /C'£,D-I'C Uto 5 years to pay. state. Call ower at LA2-9292 l ,.= .J.JL_.. , .J PA 2-4463 --iVery nice S bedroom home. Large dayl /I=IP--A/ kI#TIPIt ==j = i hi. Jt.Jwr  rooms. Hot water heat. Large lot. I-J-i,ll= lIV/llerJ] , ]WE HAVE SEVERAL 5 AND 6 BED- Contract terms If desired, j t--mll/l/llltlill/ I ROOM FAMILY HOMES IN WIDE I McCUTCHEN REALTY J RANGE OF PRICES. FOR N FORMA-iMA4"2377 or EA2-S6111CORBETT, SIDERIU$ & LONOERGAN,, TORTILLAS TION PLEASE CALL MRS. MURPHY, i ' Attorneys texI-Catesson EA 2-2710. I 847 Logan Building, '2£ LE---60000gg s.,,,..wosh s,w. WE. S.1480 VINCENT D. MILLER, J SUPERIOR COURT OP THE 3817 N.E. 45th L 26 , t f Washington for the County of FOR RENT Ii NEAR ST. ANNE'S I i Near high school and St. Anne's. 3 bed- I [in. ttheKng Matter of the Estate of i ASSEMBLY HOTEL  rooms, double plumbing. 2 fireplaces, i JAMES P. CURRAN of Curran & Curran CHARLES PATRICK DONOVAN, De- management. Redecoratod, i A choice family neighborhood. S16,950.! Attorneys ceased In Probate No. 168721. Notice to Jamesi Call Mr. Garrison, AT2-6439. 326 W. Meeker, P. O. Box 148, Cerdltors. 'Harm rooms. Near St. hospitals. Pensioners wel- t BLAINE REALTY t Kent, Wash. Notice Is hereby given that the under- ,11V BOSTON ST. month up. -- MA 3-4174 d furnished room for lady. 1 St. Joseph's Share kltch-I Laundry, 35 month. EA5.5379. Stolen Icon • Parking. Clean Warm. 1412i A ,,77 On Display Tfn-&d 76-o- :lT "LYd.I AT 3-5511t IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE[ signed has been appointed and has State of Washington for the County of i qualified as administrator, of the estate King ',of Charles Patrick Donovan, Deceased; In the Matter of the Estate of that otl persons having claims against CARL BRANDSTETTER, Deceased. n sa d deceased are hereby required to Probate. NO. 166583. Notice of hearing[serve the same duly vorlfied, on said final report and petition for distribution, i odmlnistrator or his attorneys of record Notice ts hereby given that Marlalat the address below stated and file Brandstetter and Florence Evelyn Mor-i the same with the Clerk of sold Court, fin, co-executrix of the Estate of Carltogether= wlth proof of such service with. HANOVER, N.H., Dec. 13 Brondsfetter, has filed in the office of!in six months after the date of first (NC)--A gold icon, stolen from the Clerk of sold Court their final Report i publication of this notice, or the same and petition-for d stributlon, ask ng the l will be barred• a Russian church during the court to settle said Report, distribute I Date at first publication December 14, Bolshevik revolution in 1917, the property to the persons thereto an- 1962. tiffed and to discharge sald co-executrix; HARRY J. DONOVAN has been displayed in the new and that said Report and petition will be I Administrator of said Estate. Catholic student chapel at Dart- heard on the 9th day of January, 1963, 847 Logan Building, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the Seattle, Wash. mouth College here. Probate Department of said Court, at lCORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN, me" n was in a collection which time and pace any person Inter-I Attorneys for Estate, The ested In sold Estate may appear and ftlej 847 Logan Building, Of Russian art left to the col- oblectlons thereto and contest the same.]Seattle, Wash. by'-- pn"a LL Bartlett,  u-raau - .Dated this 5th day of December, 1963. Final 12-28-62 ]ege Date of first publication December 14,[ ated from Dartmouth in 1892, 1962. 1 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, I who died last year. Clerk of said Court. I MURIEL MAWBR OF KARR, TATTLE The icon, ='The Virgin of JAMESAttorneys P'forCURRANEstate,°f Currnn & Curran CAMPBELL, AfforneysKOCH & GRANBERG All The Afflicted," was loaned 326 W. Meeker, P. O. Box 148, I 1210-1411 Fourth Ave. Bldg. by the college to Father Wil- Kent, Wash. , Seattle, Wash. Final 12-28-62 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THI State of Washington for the County of } K no In the Matter of the Estate of VIRGINIA H. HAGEN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 165095. Notice of hearing final report and petition for distribution. Notice Is hereby given that Violet Mar- tin, Executrix of the Estate of Virginia H. Hagen, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court the final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the prop- erty to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge sald Violet Martin; and that said Report and petition wlll be heard on qualfied as Executor of the estate of the 17th day of January, 1963, at 10:00 SAVANNAH, Ga. (NC) -- I Lewls Alexander, Deceased; that all A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate St. Joseph's. Share kltch- $35 month. EA5.5379. FURNITURE S'TORE O the' F'lday evening. Free RAAB'S REDMOND FURNITURE TU q378 Redmond [. 'nnll|l I I IIIII I / i III III DOWNTOWn, SUITABL FOR DANCE ,t RECEPTIONS, PARTIES. Good park- i.: E-.S ,,t = i HELP WANTED l JUSEKEEPER cook for Seattle Rec- JorY. 2 priests. Reply to Box P the Progress, 1< for Seattle Rectory. '3j liam L. Nolan, director of the priests. Reply to ProgreSs. Box "M' I. Aquinas Student Center, for ; public use in the chapel. ALEXANOER L. CAiN Attorney for Estate MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE I 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. BIKES, TRIKES; TRADE-INS ACCEPT-SouthernCross seo.,.,wa,, ED. Parts and repair. Rent Auto  / IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF "E Washer $1 week, (so. end), Used Wash. State of Washington for the County and dryer parts. MIKE'S by 14.th Ave. of ,''ew' o, King. south BrlOge. Near Boe,ng No. 2 Is Name In the Matter of the Estate of LEWIS ALEXANDER, Deceased. In Probate.  No. 169867, Notice to Creditors. Newspaper Not,ca Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has STUBBINGS NURSING HOME i "Catholic operated" i ersons havin claims against said de iDe rtment of al Private cases onty. ' The new weekly newspaper of i p g " - pa s d Court, at which time i ceased are hereby required to serve li and place any person interested In said State L c No. 69 the same dul verified on said Ex Estate ma or II 173246th AVe. EA. 3-6061 the Diocese of Savannah will i , y ' "i y appe and f e objections ' " be called the Southern Cross, ecutor or hls attorney of record at the thereto and contest the same. PERSONALS !address below stated, and file the same] Dated this 5th day of December, 1962, with the Clerk of said Court together Date of fi Bishop Thomas J. McDonough , J "rst publication December 14 iwith proof of such service within slx11962. 5/2 year old whte boy desperately needsl has announced. The new news- imonth s after the date of first pub ca-] NORMAN R RIDDELL faintly home! ' paper will replace the former lion of ths notice or the some will be, Clerk of said Court ' my ls retarded, has occasional Date of first publication December 21ST,'MURIEL MAWER of KARR, TtJTTLE, tzures, but is handsome, affectionate, diocesan organ, the Savannah barred. . i By R. S. HOFEDITZ' Deputy. loveable. ! Bulletin. A Catholic p a p e r 1962. CAMPBELL, KOCH & GRANBERG pay premium board rotes, pur- LEE SCANLON Attorneys for Estate, chase his clothing, and take core of I called the Southern Cross was Executor of said Estate. 1210-1411 Fourth Ave. Bldg, all his medical and dental needs . . .i published in Savannah in 1877. 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. You supply the ave and understanding! Seattle, Wash. Final 12-28-62 What better Chrstmas present for John*r= John Markwalter will be the ALEXANDER L. CAIN ny than a family that will open ;is i managing editor of the new Attorney for Estate, door and its heart to him . . . KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, If you are Interested in John, please newspaper, which will begin i918 Joseph Vance Bldg. Seattle, Wash. KOCH & GRANBERG, Attorneys call MISS Cannon, MAIn 3-9065, CaSh- publication the first week of Final 1-11-63 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Bldg. ollc Children's Services. Seattle. I, Wash. t_ January. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE PLUMBERS I KANE Attorneys & SPELLMAN Stateof King°f Washington for the County PLUMBING & HEATING Sisters Return ,o7 Arclic Building, Seattle, Wash. In 1he Matter of 1he Estate at WILLIAM SERVICE j IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE H. MARTIN, Deceased. In Probate. Radiant Heating... Retail Store To Hospital ; State of Washington tar the County of No. 169897. Notlce to Creditors. L. G. MASSART & SONS King Notice is hereby given that the un- ............ f ldersigned has been appointed and has 4501 9th Ave. N.W. SU 3.6850 CHOQUAN, Vietnam (NC)-- ,n The raner or ,,,e =s,a,e u i ........ ....... In qummea as executrix of the ESTate of ARTHUR LEE AUAtV.b, ueceasea [ . The Sisters of St. Paul of i ...... :r Wllham H. Martin, Deceased; that all 1I E O N--L-VlSl--- Probate. NO. 169720. Nonce ro.rean'o S.' i .........  .... . L persons having claims against satd de- AND RADIO SERVICE Nonce s nereoy gwen ..a, ..e u.ue,- Chartres have returned to I - - II ceased or against said estate are here-  signed has been appo nted ann has qua - ...... FENORI"H RAD-'T"" Choquan hospital from which ........... y requ.rea re serve rne same auw i fled as Admlmstratrlx or Ine estate at i ..... ' i ....... a -' "h " I1' verltlea, on sala Mildred Holloway Mar- "Member St. Edward's Partsh" .... (1 .... d hn or her attorneys of record at the PA. 3-1172 they were expelled in 1905 dur- Arthur Lee Aaams ueco seu; , a, a  . I persons navmg claims ag ns, sau e- i " " t s rve the iaddress be ow stated, and f e the same ing the French protectorate. I ceased are hereby requ rea o e ' w" .... i th the c erk of so d court, together I Six of the Sisters have taken same duly verlfled, on Bard AdmlnlsTra- Hh roof  h h " ' " " r - " "h I w. p o. suc. serv.ce, w,.,.n s,x tr x or her attorneys at ecora at r e  on*h aft th dnt of flr t nubllca . m ..,s er e ..... - ErAY & NIGHT free pickup & deltvery, l over the hospital which cares iaddress below stated and file the same . i f ..... I ! ........... iT on 0 TnlS notice, or tne same will be " $2.99 H ovher vacuums,! parts, bags, free dellvery for lepers, mental patients and wltn the Llerx or saio LOUrT, rogelner' r l wlth proof of such serv.ce" within six %re' of first ubltcatlon 1""z-ze, 1"'oz. Tom McEIroy LA 2-4671 prisoners, i months after the date of first publlca- I P .,. i tlon of this notice, or the same will bel MILDRED HOLLOWAY MARTH 'hr d I Executrix of sold Estate, i=- r_. tuber 14 1210 14 1 Fourth Ave B dg j Date of flrsl publication Dece , " • . Suddenly He Became "" Seattle 1, Wash. LILLIAN M. ADAMS MURIEL MAWER of: Administratrlx of said Estate. KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, 907 Arctic Building, ' KOCH & GRANBERG A VIP Among Refugees Seattle, Wash. Attorney for Estate, I KANE & SPELLMAN 1210-1411 Fourth Avenue Bldg. Attorneys for Estate, Seattle 1, Wash. NEW YORK (NC)  Until his number came up 907 Arctic Building, Seattle, FinaiWn. 12-28-62 MAin 3-0737 Final 1-11-63 Gustavo Bergnes got along in the comparative obscur- Thousands of people couldn't ity of an ordinary Cuban refugee. JAMES J. McBRIDE Attorney for Estate be wrong. They all subscribe But whe)', headquarters of Catholic Relief Servies 4741'/:= Rainier Avenue South National Catholic Welfare Conference here clocked Seattle, Wash. to the Pacific Northwest's IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE I largest diocesan weekly--The State of Washington for the County I him as the 30,000th Cuban ref- at King. P ; Progress. How about you? ugee resettled in the United closed by the Castro regime. InDUNNE,the matterDeceased,Of the estateln probate°f JOSENo. IH I States, Bergnes and his bride, She made it to Miami with 164824. Notice of hearing final report I and petition for distribution. Maria, got a taste of the her pare.is. She completed a No,,ce ,s hereby o,ven the, Anthonyi OUR PARISH Meenaghan, Administrator WWA of thel- treatment, commercial c o u r s e at a Estate of Joseph Dunne has filed tn the! i office of the Clerk of sold Court his Bergnes, a former automo- Miami Catholic school. She final Report and petition for distribution, distribute the property to the persons 1 23rd day of January, 1963, at 9:30 a.m. tyranny of Castro's Cuba last months ago. thereto entitled and to discharge said Anthony Meenaghan; and that said Re. August. His parents, a sister Bergnes and his bride were port and petition will be heard on the and three brothers still are in flown from Miami to Chicago, at the Court Room ot the Probate De- Cuba. He found refuge in where a new home and jobs andPrtmentnlace°fanySaidpersonC°Urt'lnterestedat whiChin timesaid Estate may appear and file objections iami w h e r e he met Mrs. awaited them. These arrange- thereto and contest the same. lJergnes, a native of Havana. ments were made through the DateDaledofthlSfirst19thpublJcationday of December,December1962.21, " She was a student in a Chicago Archdiocesan Resettle- 1962. Norman R. Riddell, school operated by Domini- ment Office headed by Msgr. Clerk of said Court By H. W. Potter, Deputy can nuns. The school was Joseph Fitzgerald. JAMES J. McBRIDE Attorney for Estate, 14741V:= Rainier Avenue South i Seattle, Wash. Relic of New Saint LEGAL NOTICE i F,no, 111, Loaned To Parish i DARE, BUAR • DaRE I NEW ORLEANS (NC) -- A RICHARD C. SHANKS [ Attorneys Attorney ! 1429 Washlngton Bldg., Seattle, Wash. first class relic el St. Peter 3223 N.E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. tiN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Julian Eymard, who was canon- IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE! State of Wnshtngton for the County of State of Washington for Ktng County. King ized December 9, has been In the Matter of the Estate at AVA T.i tn the Matter of the Estate of PATRICK loaned to St. Matthew the Apos- CHAMBERS, Deceased. In Probate. NO. J. ROUINE, Deceased• In Probate. No. 169785. Notice to Credilors. 169904. Notice to Creditors. tie church at Little Farms near Notice is hereby given that the under- Notice is hereby given that the under- here. signed has been appointed and has quail-signed has been appointed and has quahfled fled as Executrix of the estate of Ave T. ". s Co-executors of the estate of Polrlck The relic was loaned to the Chambers, Deceased; that all persons . Rouinc, Deceased; that all having c,aims ago,net said deceased a,e perso? hav£o;p%,;iSot s:o4 ;; ,parish by the American Su- hereby required to serve the same, dulylCease, are "rri', on -aia'--xecutor; same U.y ve ,  ...... perior of the Blessed Sacra- verllied, on said Doris L. Chambers or  ' " 'lPment Fathers, founded by the her attorney of record at the address °r their attorneys of record at the ad- below stated, and file the same with the dress below stated and file the same new saint, as a tribute to the Clerk of said Court, together with proof with the Clerk of said Court, togelher Eucharistic Perpetual Adora- at such service within six months after with proof of such service within six the dote of first nublicotlon of this no months ofler lhe date of first publication tion program conducted at St. TCe," or Tne'" same wm ..... oe oarre a. "ofj Datethls notiCeof first'' Orpubllcahonthe same. wilIDecemberbe barred21.i  L Matthew's. ].'he three,year-old Dale of first publication, Dec. 12, 1962.1962 . '  • DORIS L CHAMBERS s oh In . ' ,./ J n ROU" e and Veronica Galvin ll:,_..q (---hll} parish has perpetual adoration from 6 a.m. Friday to 6 a.m. Saturday each week and plans [o extend the program to every d', in the ,el',. The Rev. Emmanuel Dem- anez, died Dec. 30, 1889. The Rv. Joseph C. Cardon, S.J., died Dec. 31, 1929. The Rev. John E. O'Brien, died 1998. The Rev. N. Frei, O.S.B., died 1902. The Rev. M. J. Woods, died 1939. Bellingham HAICHEL, Mrs. Mary Catherine, 73, 1611 16th St., died Dec. 17. Requiem Dec. 20 Sacred Heart Church. Resided here $5 years. Member of Sacred Heart Alter Society. Survivors: son, Fred; three daughters, Mrs. Annette Heal, Mrs. Pauline Costontt, and Mrs. Mary Zunnlch, all of Bellingham; sister, An- astacla, Argentina; two brothers, Frank and Joseph Lesoga, Poland; seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchild- ren. Bingham and Jerns Funeral Homo. Cle Elum $CHOBER, Mrs. Joseph (Augusta), 87, dted December 8. Requiem St. John Church, Cle Elum. Born In Austria. Came to this country in her youth and moved to Cle Elum In 1902. Was named "Eagle Mother of the Year" In 1960. Survivors: sons, Joseph Schober, Jr., Seattle, and Albert and Frnnk Schober, both of Cle Elum; two daugh. ters, Helen Schober, Cle Elum, and Mrs. Edith Lucas, Roslyn; four grand- children and eight great-grandchildren. Everett PETERSON, Reek, 79, 2607 Walnut St., died Dec. 16. Requiem Dec. 20 Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church. Lived here 53 years. Survivors: wife, Josephine; three sons, Capt. Robert Peterean In Hawaii, Frank in California and D. J. Paterson, Everett; four daughters, Mrs Ann Kemp, Port An- geles; Mrs. E. C. Dams, Everett; Mrs. Marian Epps, Louisiana and Mrs. Mamle Munds, Seattle. Cypress Lawn Cemetery, Marysville O'BRIEN, Asher, 81, died December 2t. Requiem St. Mary Church. Burial Marysville Catholic Cemetery. Born in New Brunswlck, N. J. Come to Seattle In 1884. Was o tiremon until his re. tirement 26 years ago. Moved to Marys- vtlle at that time. Surviving is a sister, Alice O'Brlen with whom he lived. Schaefer's Funeral Home. Monroe Executrix of said Estale, 3223 N.E. t23rd, Seattle Wosh. Co-executors of soid Eslale. 1429 Washington Bldg., Seattle, Wash, RICHARD C. SHANKS, I DORE, DUBUAR & DaRE I Attorney tar EMote, ;Attorneys for Estale i 3223 N.E. 123rd, Seattle, Wash. 11429 Washington BIdg., Seattle, Wash. GENETELLI, Luigi, 75, died Dec. 22. Requiem December 27 St. Mary Church, Monroe, Born In Switzerland 1887. Came to Monroe more than S3 years ago. No known survlvors In this country. Purdy and Kerr Funeral Home. O my Lord and Saviour, support me in my last hour by the strong arms of Thy sacraments, and the frEsh fragrance of Thy consolations. Let the absolving words be said over mE, and the holy oil sign and seal me; and let Thine own Body be my food, and Thy blood my sprinkling; and let Thy Mother Mary come to me, and my angel whisper peace to me, and Thy glorious saints and my own dear patrons smile on me, that in and through them all I may die as I desire to live, in Thy Church, it Thy faith and in Thy love, AmenPRAYER FOR A HAPPY DEATH by Cardinal Newman. Seattle Tenino Friday, Dec. 28, 1962 CARDONA, Paul $., 62, 708 19th RATA, Mrs. Mary, 53, died De- THE "''"" -ffK{,.)LKlzbbV Ave., dled December 21. Redulem De- cember 19. Requlem December 22 St. cember 29 Immaculate Conception RIta Church, Tacoma. Burial Calvary. Church. Burial Holyroed. Born in the Born in Wilkeson, Pierce County. Phllllpines. Came to the United States Moved to Tenino 22 years ago. Sur- and to Seattle in 1930. Survivors: wife, vivors: husband, Louis; sons, Louis Eugenla; sons, Pablo Cardona of Seat- and Donald Rata, TenJno; three daugh- tie, Jalme of Manila, Philippine Is- Sere, Mrs. Herbert (Phyllis) WIIkowskl, lands; daughter, Mrs. Aurora Corolla Lacey, and Mrs. Joseph (Dolores) of California, and nine grandchildren. Essensa, and Mrs. Robert (Verna) Bonney-Watson Funeral Home. Smith, both In Tenlno; two brothers, DUNN, Mrs. Marie, 65, 61S Boren Ave., dled December 17. Requiem De- cember 21 Our Lady Chapel St. James Cathedral. Burial Holyrood. Born at Wetser, Idaho. Came here 40 years ago. Was a school teacher before re- tiring 15 years ago. She left no known survivors. John Kalln Funeral Home. FORAN, William T. 69, 2116 Alkl Ave. S.W., died December 22. Re- quiem December 24 Holy Rosary Church. Burial Holyrood. Born and raised In Seattle. Was a consulting geologist. Survivors: wife, Mary M.,; a son, WIIllom L. Foran, Oceans]de, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Robert Hen- thorn, San Bernardlno, Calif.; three brothers, Harold, Lewlston, Idaho; John, Lakewood, Colo., and Lester Foran, Corpus Christi, Tex., and six grandchildren. Howden- Kennedy Fun- eral Home. Sam Arcurl, Lancaster, Callfornla, and Frank Arcurl, Tacoma, and 14 grand- children. Cassldy and Allen Funeral Home. Vancouver 6URGY, Harry H., 82, 612 E. 26th St., died Dec. 14. Requiem Dec. 18 St, James Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born in Vancouver when It was still a part of Washington Territory. Operated Vancouver's first electric works. Member of Vancouver Elks. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. Cameron (Harriet) Meyers, East Lansing, Mich. Hamilton Funeral Home. SCHREINER, Herman J., 59, died Dec. 16 In Porttnnd. Requtem Dec. 20 Our Lady of Lourdes Church. Burial St. James Acres. Born in Rockvllle, Minn. Lived here since 1944. Hamilton Funeral Home. JACKSON, Mrs. Rlchnrd R. (Minnie Angelini), 42, 5923 35th Ave. S. W., died December 21. Requiem December 24 St. George Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Seattle. Survivors: husband, Richard R.; children, Richard, Jr., 10; John, 8; Jean, 6; Mary, 4; Barborn, 3, and Paul, 1; three sisters, Mrs. William Moran, Mrs. Michael Aleman and Renota Angelin(, and two brothers, John end Albert Angeltnt, all of Seattle. Georgetown Funeral Hbme. MAURICE, Leon R., 68, 6507 39th Ave. S. W., died December 24. Re- quiem December 27 Our Lady of Guadatupe Church. Burial Holyrood. Born in Annandole, Mlnn. Came here 20 years ago. Member of ILWU and the Holy Name Society. Survivors; wife, Anne L,; sons, Basil J., Cape May, N. J.; Nell N., Great Foils, Mont.; Kenneth G.; Warren L,; Paul G. and David R., all of Seattle; daughters, Mrs. David Miller and Mrs. James O'Connor, both of "Seattle; brothers, John J., Monticello, Minn.; Lucian, Annandale, and Lawrence H., Seattle; 34 grandchildren. Howden- Kennedy Funeral Home. O'BERTI, Morris C., 6007 17th Ave. S., died December 20. Requiem Decem- bar 24 St. George Church, Burial Cal- vary. Survivors: daughter, Mrs. alga McNelll, Seattle; three grandsons and three great-grandchildren. Georgetown Funeral Home. STROYAN, Jack P., 55, 3453 NW 59th, died December 17. Requiem De- camber 21 St. Alphonsus Church. Born In Valley, Stevens, County. Lived in Seattle 37 years. Was a pile driver. Member of the VFW. Survivors: sis. ter, Mrs. Matt Kurtak, Colvllle, Ste- vens County, and a brother, Tony, Valley. WIggen and Sons Funeral Home, tired farmer. Survivors: son, William R., Seattle; daughter, Sister M. Fran- ces, OSB, Rapid City, S.D.; brother, Michael, Omaha, Neb. Hotfner's Fisher- Kaltus Funeral Home. Tacoma DOVO, Mrs. Joseph (Louisa D.], 86, 4709 S. Washington St., died Decem- ber 22. Requiem December 26 VIslta. lion Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Came here 56 years ago. Sur- vivors: sons, John Dove and Joseph B. Cervo, both of Tacoma; and a daughter, Mlss Marguerite M. Dove Of Tacoma. Piper Funeral Home. MENCARELLI, Mrs. Paul (Ida), 86, 4722 S. Washington St., died De- cember 22. Requiem December 27 St. RIta Church. Burial Calvary. Born In Italy. Come here 50 years ago. Sur- vivors: sons, Samuel of Gautemala, and Quintilo and Renato, both at San Francisco; two daughters, Mrs. Jennie Quirlconl of San Francisco and Mrs. Caroline Malanca at Tacoma; 10 grand- children; and 12 great-grandchildren. Piper Funeral Home. Seattle BEECHAM, Patrick J., 84, 3657 Day- ton Ave, N, died December 18. Requi- em December 21 St. Benedict Church. STANYON, Mrs. Jnmes (Mary H.), Burial Holyrood. Born in Ireland. .94, 4401 N. 18th St., died December 20. Came here five years ago. Was a re- Requiem December 22 St. Patrick Church• Burial Calvary. Born In Wind- sor, Ont. Came here 33 years ago. Member of the Altar Society and the Ladies Catholic Benevolent Soclety. Survivors: sister, Sister Ann Elvlna, Order of Notre Dome, St. Louis, Me.; several nieces, Including Phyllss Ston- yon with whom she lived; and a sister- ln-law, Mrs. Mary Stanyon with whom she lived. Gaffney's Funeral Home. LEGAL NOTICES CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN Attorneys 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of DANIEL P. MeKILLOP, Deceased. In Probate. No. 169778, NoHce to Creditors, Notice is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail. fled as executor of the estate of Daniel P. McKIllop, Deceased; that oll persons American in Rome. having claims against sold deceased are am,y hereby required to serve the same duly The family of Dr. Frank verified, on said Paul J, McKillop or his attorneys of record at the address be- Ayd of Baltimore was con- low stated, and file the same with the fronted with the problem of Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after how to preserve a family tra- the date at first publication of this no- dition of 10 years when they rice, or the same will be barred. Date at first publication December 14, moved to Rome this year. The 1962. Second Vatican Council, with Magazine Supplement For Families Education Will Defeat Communism MONTREAL, Dec. 26 (NC) --Extensive educational efforts will eventually cause the down- fall of Communism in L a t i n America, according to an edu- cator who toured in 10 South American countries. "Education leads to indus- trialization which in turn leads to a higher standard of living against which Communist prop- aganda cannot win," said Treffle Belanger, director of studies for the Montreal Catho- lic School Commission. Belanger was chairman of the Canadian delegation to the third conference of national commissions for the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UN- ESCO), held recently in Buenos Aires. He said that within the next five years $200 million will be spent on education in S o u t h America, half of which will be invested by UNESCO. NEW YORK, Dec. 26 (NC)-- A Sunday magazine supple- ment entitled "Catholic Liv- ing," prepared by Catholic Digest magazine and the Regis- ter, national Catholic news- paper, will be published in January. Monastery The supplement, to be pub- F R I B O U R G, Switzerland lished on the second Sunday of each month, "will feature a wide range of informative and entertaining articles for Catho- lic familes," according to its editor, Kay Sullivan of the Catholic Digest staff. The supplement's editorial director is John McCarthy, ex- ecutive editor of the Catholic Digest. The publisher is Msgr. 3ohn B. Cavanagh, editor and business manager of the Regis- ter, which is published in Den- ver, Colo. Edward R. Wade, formerly with This Week and Parade Sunday supplements is the art director. Swiss President And Wife Visit Zoning Unit OK'S Retirement Home PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 26 (NC) -- The Portland City Council has granted a zone change on six acres of the University of Portland campus clearing the way for construc. tion of a proposed 24-story, 413-unit retirement home. The home is to be known as University Tower. It will bE built on a bluff over- looking the Willamette River on property aquired from the university and will be oper. ated under Catholic auspices. University Tower will offer life-time leases to .retired ten- ants and will make available to them the academic and re- search facilities of the uni- versity. (NC) -- Swiss President Paul Chaudet and his wife, who are Protestants, visited the Car- thusian monastery of Val- Sainte in the Gruyere district near here with several friends. Father Nicolas Barras, the monastery's prior, received the President and his party. The women of the party were admitted to the cloister, which women are normally forbidden to enter, under the provision of canon law (canon 598) which makes an excep- tion for the wife of a head of state and her attendants. Good Answer A reporter was sent to inter- view a man on his 100th birth- day. The elderly m an was known for his sharp answers, so the reporter eagerly asked him the usual question: "Do you have any advice for peo- ple to live to be 100 years old?" "Sure," retorted the man. "Just keep breathing." --Catholic Digest--Oct. PAUL J, McKILLOP Executor of said Estale. 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wash. CORBETT, SIDERIUS & LONERGAN :Attorneys for Estate, 847 Logan Building, Seattle, Wn. Final ]2-28-62 NC "Do you have any spare time to give to the Lad/es Bazaar ?" Bearded Indian Bishop Helps Preserve Custom ROME (NC)The Bishop of Ootacarnund, India, understudied St. Nicholas this year with his own authentic white beard for the 12 children of an its abundant supply of bishops, provided the solution. It has been the custom of the Ayd family to invite St. Nicho- las and Black Peter to their home on December 6: the for- mer to give gifts to the good children and the latter to chastize those who had been naughty. Earlier this year, however, the Ayd family had moved to Rome because of the doctor's professional commitments. The problem of packing made it necessary to leave St. Nick's vestments, mitre and crozier and the black trapping of Peter at home. There was the added prob- lem t h a t the protagonists ([riends of the family) also were back in Baltimore. On the Sunday before the Feast of St. Nicholas, the older girls of the family went to St. Peter's Square where they found just the right kind of beard on just the rightly proportioned bishop. The choice fell upon Bishop CASSIDY Funeral Home Robert Cassidy, Pres. James Cassidy, Vice Pres. EVERETT I,°' 0:K'S A" '"" Anthony Padiyara of gate. camund, India. Bishop Padiyara stepped into the role gracefully and with enthusiasm. With a few point- ers from Mrs. Ayd on what he should do, he appeared at the door at the proper hour The Ayd children stepped forward and introduced themselves. A I ! formality w a s abandoned, however, when Black Peter (big broth- er Bob) put in his appear- ance. The little ones piled into St. Nick's lap for pro- tection. It was a first in his espis- c o p a l experiences. Bishop Padiyara confessed later. Adams Dedicated fo Service GAFFNEY FUNERAL HOME South Yakima at 10th TACOMA F P