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\\; ldday, February /,, 1947' " CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page Seven YBIS LITTLE PIGGY IS THE MARKET Piggy bank ecqnomy hi all right for children But you want /our money invested safely and sanely in saving% where it's insqrd by a v- ez-nr.eJat agency up to gS,000, ea,, qice a year dividends. Take this first step towards security. gl.00 will opa your account with Puget Sound Savings today. Corner Second Ave. And Mddison SEreef T.M. DONAHOE i 71 President I Texas Denounces 00Tito's.Treatment 0f Archbishop AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 3--(NO)- The religious persecution in Yugo- slav:a emphasized by th harsh treatment of Archbishop Aloysins Stepinac, imprisoned Zagreb pre- late, was condemned in a resolu- tion passed concurrently by the Third Bishop IsWitness In Dr. Tiso Trial Favorabl  Testimony Is Ruled Out By The Court BY 3AN IEtUTHNER (Special Correspondent. N.C.W.C. News Service) BRATISLAVA, Slovakia, Feb. 1. Radio) A third n_,ember at the Slovak Hierarchy, Bishop Mi- chal Buzalka, Auxiliary of Bratis- lava, took the witness stan d this week and teseified: in favor el Msgr. Joseph Tiso, former presi- derit of SlovakiaJ, who is being tried together with several of his, war time ministers before the Slo, yak National Court. The trial is based on a 2]2-page indictment embracing 113 separate charges each of which carrzes the death penalty. The two other Bishops who had testified at previous sessions are Archbishop Karol Kmetko of Nitna and Bishop Andrej Skrabik of Banska Byst- rico. Interceded For Jews GREET CHINA'S FIRST NUNCIO Upon enteringthe court .Bishop I Buzatka asked the president of I the court, Dr. Daxner, to he al- lowed to shake hands with Dr I 00isbut00asrefused A00ter'eing'Cardiqa| HIond is examined on various subjects he j was cross:exar-ined on the Jewish l question. Here the Bishop declared' Poland that Monsignor Tiso had done Conhdent everything in his power to resist German pressure, and added that he himself had interceded with His Excellency the Most Rev. Anthony Riberi, first Papal Internuncio to China, is pictured with Presi- dent Chiang Kai-Shek. after formal presentation of his credentials at Nanking. At President Chiang's left is Dr. Wang Chi-chieh, Foreign Minister. Standing in second row. from left are: Rev. Martin T. Gilligall of Cincinnati. secretary to the Internuncm; Rt. Rev. Joseph Comis.oo. auditor, and Rev. Mat. thew Chert, secretary to Archbishop Riberi. {NC Photosl Will Survive Storm Primate Issues Exclusive Statement To N.C.W.C. News Service: Expresses Thanks For U. S. Charity Dr. Tiso on behalf of Jews in 120 separate instances and every time With Success. The com't refused to place un- der oath the Bishop or any other witnesses whose testimony was favorable to Dr. Tiso, thus ren- dering their testimony almost worthless from a juridical point of view. When the defense attorney for Dr. Tiso demanded that tl:e Bishop be permitted to tahe the oath, the court refused, stating By G. R. BRUNST i (Staff Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) 1 WARSAW, Feb. 3. (NC) Although eschewing comment] on the recent, obviously red-rigged elections, His Emi- i nence August Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland, in an ex- Two Bishops, Priests Held ByChina Reds By REV. PATRICK O'CONNOR, (Special Correspo:dent, N.C.W.C. N.ews Servlce) PIPING, Feb. 3-- (Radio) --- Although Chinese public opinion now is notably favorable to the Catholic Church, two ' Bish:;p.-; alonK with a number of priests. :brothers and nuns, both Chlle.9: nd foreig:e:'s, still are being lleld pr:.soners by conJn'lunists ill U(II'[I and northeast China Bishop Ignatius I{rause, a Po- lish Vineentiaa of l]tmtehfu in Hopei Province, with six Polish and thre ChineF,e Sisters. were seized by ccmnmnists oh Deee,.,- ber 4, and according to last r-- ports, stll are being hehl captives Two priests and a Drother were ill trated and rendered uncons- cious, an incident wbieh 6yoked a protest frmn the P.lish charge: d'affaires in Nanking to commun- ist repre_,entatives. Ten days la- ter there still has been no reply Ifrom Yenan. Protests Fruitless Latest reports indicate that an- other Bishop along with a number of priests, brothers and nuns were i being held prisoners, under circum- H hi Bih p stances rd great hardship in the 0no u s 0 Yenki district of Manchuria. Heralds Press s00J: is known that several embas- which took up cases of mis- Month Campaign HONOLULU, Feb. 3 NC "It is the staying quality of the Catholic newspaper, which enter- , Cathblic homes, brings a message of faith, and stays a wh:le so that all may leisurely digest its mes- sage, which gives it a particular advantage, and makes it res.embl:- [thd priest's work." With these words. Bishop James J, Sweeney of Honolulu, heralded the 1947 observance of Catholic Press Month 5n a message pub- lished in The Catholic Herald, of- ficial newspaper of his dioces.e. sionaries, both Catholic and Prot- es, tant, who had been ill treated bY communists, have met with un- sat:sfaetory experiences, similar to ttmt of the Polish government representative. Some eleven waeks ago, I was promised ,an official investigation by tile communists of reported ,cases, in violation of religious free- dcm, but I have received no reply yet, despite repeated requests fro" action.. Of China's 138 ecclesiastical di- visions, eommunlst persecutions affect 26 seriously and 21 others les.s acutely. enate and-the House of Repre- sentatives of the Texas Legisla- I ture. The resolution was intro-[ duced by Senator Gus. Strauss, I prominent Catholic of Hallettsville ] district. , " The OZNA, secret police, and the Yugoslav government were criticized severely on 30 different counts in the resolution, which al- I so stated; " [ That it is the sense of the Tex- t as Legislature that the United States of America should with- draw all support, recognition of implied ratification of the pres- ent brutal government of Yugo- slavia, and that the United State of America, in the interest of the cause for which so many have died in the recent war, should- most vigorously protest against the inhuman treatment of Arch- ,bishop Aloysius Stepinac and the ase denial of religious freedom to the people of Yugoslavia." Copies of the resolution have that there were certain discrep- ancies between his written and oral testimony. Another witness who took the sbnd and testified in favor of Dr. Tiso was hi s former secretary, Dr. Karol Murin. He too was refused permission to testify under oath, because, the court ruled, his state- ments were "devoid of veracity." Dr. Murln brought to light that Dr. Daxner, the presiden.t of the court, had been arrested in 19$ for illegal political ac- tivity. This" shed new light on Dr. Tiso's attorney at the begin- ning of th trial against having the vigorous opposition made by Dr. I/axner named president of the court because he feared a persnnal predisposition against Dr. Tiso. The defendant's former secre- tary also declared that Dr. Tiso had always opposed discrimination against the Jews and had tried to clusive statement to the N.C.W.C. News Service, declared himself "calmly confident" that with the protection of the Japanese Condemned Them : Blessed Mother. Poland will em- Now China Communists erge from its bitter, current crisis damaged churches in Warsaw, is and build the future "wholly in situated next to the official rest- The Cardinal had a special word of praise for the work done in Poknd by War Relief Services-- National Catholic Welfare Con- ference. Poland s pathetic plight, doubtless, will increase after March 1 when the Un.ited No- the spirit of Christ." denc of Poland's socialistic Prime The Cardinal expressed his deep- Minister- Edward Osobka-Morav- est gratitude "to Catholics--in the ski. -The spire of the. Ohnrch United States for their genei, osity throws its shadow Over the Prime in see.king to ease th post-warl Minister's.coui'tyard. distress in Poland and added "I_ Cardinal Hlond:auth0'.zze. d the should be grateful to Amerioa'Slfollowing_:exelugive.statemen t for Catholics if they would stand by i the N.C.W.C. News Service: j our side for some time to comG, Poland is passing Ulrougli an at least until we have overcome historical hour during which it to some extent the worst of our i is of primary importance to prc- sufferings." serve the Cbristian spirit of the nation in order to build the future wholly in the spirit of Christ. I am calmly confident that we will sacceed, meeting this task under the protection of- tt, a all-powerful Auxiliatrix of ,Christians. War Relief Services NCWC is Hold 16 Missionaries I As Nipponese Spies 7 BEDROOMS IHsingtai is another name for Shuntehfu), the communists' re- lease alleges the priests "have made a full confession of their $13,750 Generous Proportions Pambling Type Comfortable Family Home On A Level Lot, 100x] 10 Lrge Closets -- Rossoe Oil Hot Water Heat 2-Car Garage Half Block to Bus Close to Catholic Church, Parochial School and. Girls' High School been furnished to the two United prevent the rise to power of cer- tions Relief and Rehabilitation ...... o ' fain Slovak radicals who wnted [ Administratio ill end e- ra- Stares Nenamrs tram Texas,  ...... [ n " .... t. nallO copy me nanonat socialism of[ tions here each memDer oz me na lo .  , . . me termans. :House of RepresentahveS, and to] Another it .... d ........ t The IJ'NRRA director here as- the, Presloen[ at me u te .... I Jan Ferencik who was le a i *^ 1 serts there m much undernourish- States. court With the -risoner's mark'n r.,ent (]ue to the inequality of re- --- I his left ar-- the red armban  lief distributions and said that q' ('1 -" Path with the stoppage of UNRRA food ,nmamAnun laqPIAal msm [ er Fereficik who had succeed-, llJl'U II'lllllll Nil i ed the late Father Andre  Hlink I imports the suffering will become IHIOH ?iU/lUil II1 !noted Slo:tk leader as Jastor a" ] particularly acute in the cities , p oI ...... ] the Ruzonburok aidsh was n The UNRR official ;arned Yllgfl.ql AVIA I P , sum- : . , . ,, RA. E oed hurriedly by the courtand e m against th 'alse picture pre /v.v,vu-nmn u v I evidently unnrenared to testlf] I sented by well-stocked food shops The 6"0- rolfl riest seem" 'With prices rs::'g and stocks de- . Y - p ed .... Pi 00AqR PlI00TIg00 eomuletel-- bewildered and - clining, he said "there is plenty I LIMMi'L i tllUll/ IS : , ae- . , ' , [ dared that he could not reme , for some no. but there ll be noth- m- . ,, - . I r anything. After Dr: Tiso's I " '. " be mg fo all later DUBLIN.--(Cable, NC)--ActI0n[ attorney was refused his reqnest ] Recovery in the rural areas, by the Fire Dail in its forthright[ to lie permitted to cross-ex particu],arIy in the newly-gained rondemnation of the injustice in amine the priest, Father Fere;n" I western territory is slow due to the trial and imprisonment of t cik was !1 bk to his cell " ] lack of manpower and horses.. mac of Archbishop Aloysius Step" I ____ . .......... [ But in addition to the eeon- Zagreb in Yugosla.iR has given h I I'I1 !" ' r I omic setbacks and shortcomings, -Iis Holiness Pope Plus XII "great irapa I 00eael Work t the political factor of uncertain- m e Vahcan joy," a messaline fro th " .. --.. _ _ [ ly und lack of confidence in informed Prime Minister de Val-[ Has Chan00ed Greek I the soeialisfic po,ie., of the pres- era ,  ..... [ ent Warsaw regime is one of " " " h ' " The message stated that the AFtFiFnd T, ('h,,kl t e biggest drax, laaks in PoNt tmanimous action of the Irish leg- , a.,**, xv va*a,u[ and's attempts to recover. The h condem uppermost need of the Polish islature in approving t e - " - -- " , - " nation resolution'had pleased the BRUSSELS. -- Papal reEef people is  hope in the future Pope, .particularly" since the no: tion-"had been moved by the head of the Irish government." The message added that the Holy lather noted with great satisfac- tion the action of the Dail in ap- pealing for joint international ac- tion "to secure "adequate protec- tion of the right of men to worship their Creator in a way which He, :Himself, ordained." I As* "a token of satisfaction at his gesture, worthy of the noble traditions of Catholic Ireland," the Vatican message stated that the t-/ely Father "from the abundance of his heart" imparted his Aposto- lic Blessing to the head of gov- ernment and,the people of Ireland. Personal or private courage is totally distinct from that higher and nobler courage which prompts the patriot to offer himself as a voluntary sacrifice to his coun- try's' good.--Henry Clay. MERZ SHEET METAL WORKS We do new and repair jobs for a!l purposes where $heet metal is required. ELiot 0242 208 Jackson St. seattle, 4 for the war-stricken of Greece and the war-time and post-war social work in-Greece of the Ro- man Catholics of the Greek Rite has changed the attitude of pre- dominantly Orthodox Greece to- ward the Catholic minority, ac- cording to word received here  from a former Brussels editor now living in Athens. The editor. Miss Betsy Hollants, who was with the Nieuwe Stand- ard, reports that the old habit of considering Roman Catholics as and an assurance that they are not forgotten by the western world. And to furnish this hope is one of the most important aspects of Catholic relief work yet to be done in Poland. I was reeeived by Cardinal Hlond ,at his residence, 9ehich ad- joins Warsaw's Pro-Cathedral. It is an interesting fact that the Pro-Cathedral, one of the few un- 14-Year-Old orphan aliens, even though they were i' Ruler Of Mardi Gras born and reared in Greece, has g:'ven way to a new and wide- I spread feeling of good will. As an example, she refers to a , recent public lecture in which the Greek Orthodox water Constant- [in P. Rodocanachi, in the pres- [ence of Orthodox leaders and for- eign ambassadors as well as mem- |bers of the Catholic community, t declared that all Christ'ans must line up around the Holy See in the struggle against the totali- tarianism of the materialist State. The lecturer characterized Leo XIII, Plus XI ard the present Pontiff as the most forceful of fighters for human liberty ,and for the precedence of the spirit over matter. NEW 0RLEANS--Michael Faia, 14-year-old orphan of.Hope Haven, the vocational school 4'or boys at Marrero, La., ill be king of lhe Krewe of 0rleanians and will lead the parade that will follow the par- ade of Rex on Mardi Gras. The lad was chosen as king and Adam Templet and Philip Melan- con were chosen pages by the Rev. C. J. Mrscal, director of Hope Hav- en, which is conducted by the Sal- esian Fathers. He selected the three from approximately 20 of the best students and workers. This yhar it is the turn of ,a .boy front a CaLholic orphanage to be king of the Krewe of 0rleanians. Coil DExter 3300 for Appointment Webster Agency Realtors 'T.es00 Buys, Better Homes" 5817 Phinney Ave. DExter 3300 "Title Service That Protects" PROMPT ACTION iN REAL ESTATE DEALS is made easier-- whether transfer or mort- gage is desired--if the title is protected by our policy of TITLE INSURANCE. Be sure your title to your home or other real estate has thia positive protection. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY A gent SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin 1534 L. S. Booth, Chairman Charlton L. Hall, President "'Demand the Best- It Costs No More" TOTAL ABSTINENCE U00!ON IN DENVER By RiZV." PATRICK-'O'CONNOR, i guage propaganda release, eight!|]|] Rtnh ghan (Special Correspondent, N.C.W.C. weeks after the missionaries first i ............. It" News Service) were imprisoned, obviously intend- I. 1  , pEIPING, Feb. 4. madio) *c-',ed- to eountera0t 00merican and rmarges t00reeung cused by the Japanese during l European press reports of the cur- [ #' 3   .. rent erse uhon of relw,on in the war of espionage and collabo- p c - o: , 00ara uepanmem ration on behalf of Chinese reds, i emmunist-held areas of China. i Bishop Ignatius Krause of Shun- Prisoners Tortured  The Guild Book Shop, Inc., an: tehfu in Hopei Province, and a Headed *'Polish Catholic Mission- ! nounces a enlarged greeting card ' number of his priests, now are be- aries Plot Unearthed in Hsingtai," department to meet increased de- ing held by Chinese communists on the fantastic charge of having I served as "Japanese intelligence agents." DENVER, Jan. 30.--(NC)--For- marion of the first Total Absti- nence un!on in the Archdiocese of mand for special and everyday greeting cards. Denver is being directed by the Very Rev. Harold V. Campbell, Fine modern card racks have been installed where the customer istate chaplain of the Knight of o_ho ...; .. _ ..crimes of using those positions as may make selections leisurely in I Columbus and of the Archdiocesan --- -v .,,=-, = - ,,,=::';:'n:=:'':=::=:n:'a:ti ::: a well-lighted portion of the shop. IUnion of the Holy Nme Society. " . .. ' Only cards from the best lines, are  -" . i " " , ana conceaung war prisoners to r n" - I in granun, n.s Dlessln an . eprese ted. . prepare violence against the local !cproval to the Total Abstinence dem^r-. , .... -., ........... \\;Vith the approach of Valen- ' -- . . . " u. auu  Hvanln cnin,nwuc  " i union in the archoiocese a-cn- overnment " tine's Day, two large cases dis-I ' --" " nla,, oav cards with s,eoiab at I bishop Urban J. Vehr declared: vVh  -  a  .... :-  -, at the alleged confessmns . . -. - - , ..... -_ I"As everyone knows the curse of  . ...... [enLlon given tO Ia....ly valencinc i pecy s noc scarce. t zs mown a .... h ............ I excessive use of strong liquor often for cert-in u., .-  . lto "vell as L Ob: LJ D. eGL)IIIJiIIIV  ,, ,, rus resoz'eu I " vndermines family life and indi- "o t " gifts. orture and beatings to extract' [vdual morality. Individual lives "confessions of uilt" from thee I To meet the requirements of the : ....  '  l are ruined by it. Family ties are missionaries but as far a is[religious,, there are many designs I x.ue_.,.a ..a ..- ar ..... ,, lcnown these cruelties have failecl in ,Iass cards Feast Day cards! .... n . ...... ......... a h.. in their purpose l as well as spiritual bouquet cards li t Legislation will not cure ex- The "proofs"offered in the cam- for both the lh'ing and the dead "esses The remedy must come r2un]sts star are xa ue and ome B zthd  anmmsar,, e I ng ; . Y " "  i :" "'" "" -', ": '" ]from personal self-restraint and obwously are false illness and friendship cards may iself_d!scipline" Those who cannot I b foud in mmv designs *nd'eontol thewa etz h x ...... , .e ,n ,  . s .  i - " " pp "tes a,e only JAt/V n:O0ATCe I I),;c(s !one cure and protection in total lll/ ULUU||i/LO [ The ovners of the GuiM Bqok!r,istinance. I hope it again be- II]]iCOT rNl|01Tflnl t,op invi'., Proress readers to !comes popular and fashionable for rl|[7|'ll-|Hdl/.iii visit lhi:; attra.tive new ,h:p,.rt - i teen-agers to be total abstailers --.,-----= ,.-vs.s,,...i ment. from all intoxicating hquors. ,VASHIN?F'eb. 3.---(NC) ......... -- , , --'Ihe Nav5 Bronze Star mecat -- - ........ - ..... for n,eritorious service as chap- lain aboard the carrier USS Sara- NOW T OU toga has been a',varded to the ............ Rev. Dr. Maurice S. Sheehy head iglll I | pi. APit&! of the religious education depart- IIIr-VV .-,t/lll . o , the largest, foreign-supported vol- The Bishop, six priests and one untary agency here and brought nun have been imprisoned, while some 1 un one prmst and e ght nuns have 0 000 0C0 po ds of relief " i -' -  ........... been detained They constitute the materials lnI:o r'olano outing to.  -- entire person, e of i'oush 1TlSSlOn It wor.ks through Carias, the of- ." . r, = ..... - nes m Shuntehfu ficial welfare organization of the " Polish Hierarchy in all of the 25 The fantastic accusation against e The Brahe s the B]sho and h s rzests Polish dioe ses. . p ' ' p i p " ap- antas 1 headed pear m a commumst En lish lan Committee for C " "s . " " g" - - by His Eminence Adam Stephen! Sapieha, Archbishop of Krakow. g ,/ i*  /. " Right now, the greatest needs ,a[nouc vaugnters in Poland are for shoes, clothing, ,e'l, layettes and medicines but the . . , , urge ubservance need for Iooo will rise wnen UNRRA ends it operations here. Of Press Month Paraguav Social NEW YORK, Fe. . 4--(NCl--  A Catholic mus be a regular' . M ...... . L_ l_ir__j reader of the Cathohc Press in ,,.vmll[ [O il[$ItilU, these, ehalleng'mg times" to be cor- g ,/!" . . rectly inforn:ed on current prob- LaHIOIlC Interests lems, headquarters of the Catholic Dahghters of America ,asserted in AITTT[T./T---,,o.. []'fi a letter sent to regents of the A campaWn to rouse the civic organization in 46 states, Puerto, Rmo and Alaska mgmg a htt ng conscience of Paraguay and to di- ! , , " " i rect it toward a course of Chris- observance, of February, the Cath-' l t'a soc'al justice has be - I n i en started ohc Press month The organization's leaders were urged to interest non-Catholics in Catholic iiterature, and to foster the placing of Catholic newspapers ,and periodicals in public librarios, railway and bus statiohs, and other public meeting places. by the Hierarchy and the Catholic Action Group of Paraguay. In a joint pastoral, the Bishops d!sclose that a group of citizens kave founded a non-political Para- g-uayan Christian Social Movement in response to the need of defend- ing the Catholic interests of the nation. It'is believed that this organiza- tion will bing into its movement Catholics Who are active in the different political parties which support the doctrines of the Church. The Catholic Action Groups, in accordance with the movement, has asked individual parties to facilitate mmbership in behalf of Catholics; to assure them personal rights, and respect for the ment at tha Cathotic University (,f America. SUE00NOIIllY ELECT NtIIC CO. GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES Repair and 24-Hour Emergency Service 466 S. W. 152nd St. Shop--GL 2679-M For emergency calls after 6 p. m. GL. 362-R-11 f CUT FLO ERS PLANTS CORSAGES FUNERAL WREATHS (Free Delivery for Queen Anne) The presentation v:as m,ade I)3' Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, chief of naval operations, in a ceremony at the Navy Department here. Recalling that latler Sheeny served the Saratoga as chaplain New Catholic High from August 25. 1943, to May 6, 1944, tha citation declared Fails r School for Honohh' Sheeh00 se,,,ed -vcih distinction 'durin periods of inten:;ive .ac- tion." HONOLULU--(NC)--A quart- I . _ her million dollar Ca,halle high STUNTZ & HICKS I " 955 Empire Buitdzng . school to be named the "Damien i seattle 4, W:,.shington Men'_orial High School" after the!IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE famed lep'er-riest of Molokai, } State of Washington for Kin County , In Probate.--No. 100G33.--Notice To will be ercte in the heart of f Creditors i Honolulu, it was announced here I In the Matter of the Etate of Peter Michael Coggins, Deeeared. Morrison Flower Shop 620 W. M('Graw St. Phone /ML. 5781 family as a moral institution and as the fundamental basis of sect- by Bishop J, ames J. Sweeney otj Notice is hereby given that the ',,n- ety; to cknowledge the rights of Honolulu. j dersigned has t)een aopointed and has qualified as Administrator of the e:;- parents to obtain religious educa- I fhe Rev. Charles S. Gienger, i tare of Peter Michael Co_is, Deee.-.s- tion for their children, and to I D i o c e s a n Su,nerintendent at ied; that all prsons havin claims ! " against said dc.eeased are hereby re- guarantee private ownership, i Schools, has left Hawaii for two- : quired to serve the same, duly vc'rified. i months survey of educational sys- i oP said James Cogins or his attarne;! , record at the addr"ss below s'tatdd. HOLY CROSS, Ind.--Among the', terns, in Chieago, St. Louis, New:and file the same with the Clerk fi 16 novices who pronounced their' York and ,Vashington, D. C., as isaid Court. together with proof.of such ' service within six menth after he, first vows in the Congregation of i a preparation for the organization dat of f rt p ,blicat on of this notlcc I ! the Sisters of the Holy Cross i of the new school, or th same w!ll be barred. " " " First pub]icati,m .TqrlDrV )1. 197. at St. Mary's Convent,here Sun- [ At present there are seven high I .)'AMES COGGINS. ' day was Gertrude Poore of Seat- i schools, one junior high, and a I Administrator nf said Ett . 955 Emnire Buidir, tle, in religion, Sister Mary Ad-i:diocesan seminary and 23 gram- Seattle. "Vah i STLTNTZ & HICKS. clan. The Most Rev. John F. Nell,  mar schools in the Honolulu d!o- , A*trney for E.'ate. Bishop of Fort Wayne, presided eese, which includes all the Islands 955 Empir Building, Seattle 4. WashinIon at the ceremonies, of the Haveaiian chain F/hal publication, February 14, 1947. I \\; ldday, February /,, 1947' " CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page Seven YBIS LITTLE PIGGY IS THE MARKET Piggy bank ecqnomy hi all right for children But you want /our money invested safely and sanely in saving% where it's insqrd by a v- ez-nr.eJat agency up to gS,000, ea,, qice a year dividends. Take this first step towards security. gl.00 will opa your account with Puget Sound Savings today. Corner Second Ave. And Mddison SEreef T.M. DONAHOE i 71 President I Texas Denounces 00Tito's.Treatment 0f Archbishop AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 3--(NO)- The religious persecution in Yugo- slav:a emphasized by th harsh treatment of Archbishop Aloysins Stepinac, imprisoned Zagreb pre- late, was condemned in a resolu- tion passed concurrently by the Third Bishop IsWitness In Dr. Tiso Trial Favorabl  Testimony Is Ruled Out By The Court BY 3AN IEtUTHNER (Special Correspondent. N.C.W.C. News Service) BRATISLAVA, Slovakia, Feb. 1. Radio) A third n_,ember at the Slovak Hierarchy, Bishop Mi- chal Buzalka, Auxiliary of Bratis- lava, took the witness stan d this week and teseified: in favor el Msgr. Joseph Tiso, former presi- derit of SlovakiaJ, who is being tried together with several of his, war time ministers before the Slo, yak National Court. The trial is based on a 2]2-page indictment embracing 113 separate charges each of which carrzes the death penalty. The two other Bishops who had testified at previous sessions are Archbishop Karol Kmetko of Nitna and Bishop Andrej Skrabik of Banska Byst- rico. Interceded For Jews GREET CHINA'S FIRST NUNCIO Upon enteringthe court .Bishop I Buzatka asked the president of I the court, Dr. Daxner, to he al- lowed to shake hands with Dr I 00isbut00asrefused A00ter'eing'Cardiqa| HIond is examined on various subjects he j was cross:exar-ined on the Jewish l question. Here the Bishop declared' Poland that Monsignor Tiso had done Conhdent everything in his power to resist German pressure, and added that he himself had interceded with His Excellency the Most Rev. Anthony Riberi, first Papal Internuncio to China, is pictured with Presi- dent Chiang Kai-Shek. after formal presentation of his credentials at Nanking. At President Chiang's left is Dr. Wang Chi-chieh, Foreign Minister. Standing in second row. from left are: Rev. Martin T. Gilligall of Cincinnati. secretary to the Internuncm; Rt. Rev. Joseph Comis.oo. auditor, and Rev. Mat. thew Chert, secretary to Archbishop Riberi. {NC Photosl Will Survive Storm Primate Issues Exclusive Statement To N.C.W.C. News Service: Expresses Thanks For U. S. Charity Dr. Tiso on behalf of Jews in 120 separate instances and every time With Success. The com't refused to place un- der oath the Bishop or any other witnesses whose testimony was favorable to Dr. Tiso, thus ren- dering their testimony almost worthless from a juridical point of view. When the defense attorney for Dr. Tiso demanded that tl:e Bishop be permitted to tahe the oath, the court refused, stating By G. R. BRUNST i (Staff Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) 1 WARSAW, Feb. 3. (NC) Although eschewing comment] on the recent, obviously red-rigged elections, His Emi- i nence August Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland, in an ex- Two Bishops, Priests Held ByChina Reds By REV. PATRICK O'CONNOR, (Special Correspo:dent, N.C.W.C. N.ews Servlce) PIPING, Feb. 3-- (Radio) --- Although Chinese public opinion now is notably favorable to the Catholic Church, two ' Bish:;p.-; alonK with a number of priests. :brothers and nuns, both Chlle.9: nd foreig:e:'s, still are being lleld pr:.soners by conJn'lunists ill U(II'[I and northeast China Bishop Ignatius I{rause, a Po- lish Vineentiaa of l]tmtehfu in Hopei Province, with six Polish and thre ChineF,e Sisters. were seized by ccmnmnists oh Deee,.,- ber 4, and according to last r-- ports, stll are being hehl captives Two priests and a Drother were ill trated and rendered uncons- cious, an incident wbieh 6yoked a protest frmn the P.lish charge: d'affaires in Nanking to commun- ist repre_,entatives. Ten days la- ter there still has been no reply Ifrom Yenan. Protests Fruitless Latest reports indicate that an- other Bishop along with a number of priests, brothers and nuns were i being held prisoners, under circum- H hi Bih p stances rd great hardship in the 0no u s 0 Yenki district of Manchuria. Heralds Press s00J: is known that several embas- which took up cases of mis- Month Campaign HONOLULU, Feb. 3 NC "It is the staying quality of the Catholic newspaper, which enter- , Cathblic homes, brings a message of faith, and stays a wh:le so that all may leisurely digest its mes- sage, which gives it a particular advantage, and makes it res.embl:- [thd priest's work." With these words. Bishop James J, Sweeney of Honolulu, heralded the 1947 observance of Catholic Press Month 5n a message pub- lished in The Catholic Herald, of- ficial newspaper of his dioces.e. sionaries, both Catholic and Prot- es, tant, who had been ill treated bY communists, have met with un- sat:sfaetory experiences, similar to ttmt of the Polish government representative. Some eleven waeks ago, I was promised ,an official investigation by tile communists of reported ,cases, in violation of religious free- dcm, but I have received no reply yet, despite repeated requests fro" action.. Of China's 138 ecclesiastical di- visions, eommunlst persecutions affect 26 seriously and 21 others les.s acutely. enate and-the House of Repre- sentatives of the Texas Legisla- I ture. The resolution was intro-[ duced by Senator Gus. Strauss, I prominent Catholic of Hallettsville ] district. , " The OZNA, secret police, and the Yugoslav government were criticized severely on 30 different counts in the resolution, which al- I so stated; " [ That it is the sense of the Tex- t as Legislature that the United States of America should with- draw all support, recognition of implied ratification of the pres- ent brutal government of Yugo- slavia, and that the United State of America, in the interest of the cause for which so many have died in the recent war, should- most vigorously protest against the inhuman treatment of Arch- ,bishop Aloysius Stepinac and the ase denial of religious freedom to the people of Yugoslavia." Copies of the resolution have that there were certain discrep- ancies between his written and oral testimony. Another witness who took the sbnd and testified in favor of Dr. Tiso was hi s former secretary, Dr. Karol Murin. He too was refused permission to testify under oath, because, the court ruled, his state- ments were "devoid of veracity." Dr. Murln brought to light that Dr. Daxner, the presiden.t of the court, had been arrested in 19$ for illegal political ac- tivity. This" shed new light on Dr. Tiso's attorney at the begin- ning of th trial against having the vigorous opposition made by Dr. I/axner named president of the court because he feared a persnnal predisposition against Dr. Tiso. The defendant's former secre- tary also declared that Dr. Tiso had always opposed discrimination against the Jews and had tried to clusive statement to the N.C.W.C. News Service, declared himself "calmly confident" that with the protection of the Japanese Condemned Them : Blessed Mother. Poland will em- Now China Communists erge from its bitter, current crisis damaged churches in Warsaw, is and build the future "wholly in situated next to the official rest- The Cardinal had a special word of praise for the work done in Poknd by War Relief Services-- National Catholic Welfare Con- ference. Poland s pathetic plight, doubtless, will increase after March 1 when the Un.ited No- the spirit of Christ." denc of Poland's socialistic Prime The Cardinal expressed his deep- Minister- Edward Osobka-Morav- est gratitude "to Catholics--in the ski. -The spire of the. Ohnrch United States for their genei, osity throws its shadow Over the Prime in see.king to ease th post-warl Minister's.coui'tyard. distress in Poland and added "I_ Cardinal Hlond:auth0'.zze. d the should be grateful to Amerioa'Slfollowing_:exelugive.statemen t for Catholics if they would stand by i the N.C.W.C. News Service: j our side for some time to comG, Poland is passing Ulrougli an at least until we have overcome historical hour during which it to some extent the worst of our i is of primary importance to prc- sufferings." serve the Cbristian spirit of the nation in order to build the future wholly in the spirit of Christ. I am calmly confident that we will sacceed, meeting this task under the protection of- tt, a all-powerful Auxiliatrix of ,Christians. War Relief Services NCWC is Hold 16 Missionaries I As Nipponese Spies 7 BEDROOMS IHsingtai is another name for Shuntehfu), the communists' re- lease alleges the priests "have made a full confession of their $13,750 Generous Proportions Pambling Type Comfortable Family Home On A Level Lot, 100x] 10 Lrge Closets -- Rossoe Oil Hot Water Heat 2-Car Garage Half Block to Bus Close to Catholic Church, Parochial School and. Girls' High School been furnished to the two United prevent the rise to power of cer- tions Relief and Rehabilitation ...... o ' fain Slovak radicals who wnted [ Administratio ill end e- ra- Stares Nenamrs tram Texas,  ...... [ n " .... t. nallO copy me nanonat socialism of[ tions here each memDer oz me na lo .  , . . me termans. :House of RepresentahveS, and to] Another it .... d ........ t The IJ'NRRA director here as- the, Presloen[ at me u te .... I Jan Ferencik who was le a i *^ 1 serts there m much undernourish- States. court With the -risoner's mark'n r.,ent (]ue to the inequality of re- --- I his left ar-- the red armban  lief distributions and said that q' ('1 -" Path with the stoppage of UNRRA food ,nmamAnun laqPIAal msm [ er Fereficik who had succeed-, llJl'U II'lllllll Nil ied the late Father Andre  Hlink I imports the suffering will become IHIOH ?iU/lUil II1 !noted Slo:tk leader as Jastor a" ] particularly acute in the cities , p oI ...... ] the Ruzonburok aidsh was n The UNRR official ;arned Yllgfl.ql AVIA I P , sum- : . , . ,, RA. E oed hurriedly by the courtand e m against th 'alse picture pre /v.v,vu-nmn u v I evidently unnrenared to testlf] I sented by well-stocked food shops The 6"0- rolfl riest seem" 'With prices rs::'g and stocks de- . Y - p ed .... Pi 00AqR PlI00TIg00 eomuletel-- bewildered and - clining, he said "there is plenty I LIMMi'L i tllUll/ IS : , ae- . , ' , [ dared that he could not reme , for some no. but there ll be noth- m- . ,, - . I r anything. After Dr: Tiso's I " '. " be mg fo all later DUBLIN.--(Cable, NC)--ActI0n[ attorney was refused his reqnest ] Recovery in the rural areas, by the Fire Dail in its forthright[ to lie permitted to cross-ex particu],arIy in the newly-gained rondemnation of the injustice in amine the priest, Father Fere;n" I western territory is slow due to the trial and imprisonment of t cik was !1 bk to his cell " ] lack of manpower and horses.. mac of Archbishop Aloysius Step" I ____ . .......... [ But in addition to the eeon- Zagreb in Yugosla.iR has given h I I'I1 !" ' r I omic setbacks and shortcomings, -Iis Holiness Pope Plus XII "great irapa I 00eael Work t the political factor of uncertain- m e Vahcan joy," a messaline fro th " .. --.. _ _ [ ly und lack of confidence in informed Prime Minister de Val-[ Has Chan00ed Greek I the soeialisfic po,ie., of the pres- era ,  ..... [ ent Warsaw regime is one of " " " h ' " The message stated that the AFtFiFnd T, ('h,,kl t e biggest drax, laaks in PoNt tmanimous action of the Irish leg- , a.,**, xv va*a,u[ and's attempts to recover. The h condem uppermost need of the Polish islature in approving t e - " - -- " , - " nation resolution'had pleased the BRUSSELS. -- Papal reEef people is  hope in the future Pope, .particularly" since the no: tion-"had been moved by the head of the Irish government." The message added that the Holy lather noted with great satisfac- tion the action of the Dail in ap- pealing for joint international ac- tion "to secure "adequate protec- tion of the right of men to worship their Creator in a way which He, :Himself, ordained." I As* "a token of satisfaction at his gesture, worthy of the noble traditions of Catholic Ireland," the Vatican message stated that the t-/ely Father "from the abundance of his heart" imparted his Aposto- lic Blessing to the head of gov- ernment and,the people of Ireland. Personal or private courage is totally distinct from that higher and nobler courage which prompts the patriot to offer himself as a voluntary sacrifice to his coun- try's' good.--Henry Clay. MERZ SHEET METAL WORKS We do new and repair jobs for a!l purposes where $heet metal is required. ELiot 0242 208 Jackson St. seattle, 4 for the war-stricken of Greece and the war-time and post-war social work in-Greece of the Ro- man Catholics of the Greek Rite has changed the attitude of pre- dominantly Orthodox Greece to- ward the Catholic minority, ac- cording to word received here  from a former Brussels editor now living in Athens. The editor. Miss Betsy Hollants, who was with the Nieuwe Stand- ard, reports that the old habit of considering Roman Catholics as and an assurance that they are not forgotten by the western world. And to furnish this hope is one of the most important aspects of Catholic relief work yet to be done in Poland. I was reeeived by Cardinal Hlond ,at his residence, 9ehich ad- joins Warsaw's Pro-Cathedral. It is an interesting fact that the Pro-Cathedral, one of the few un- 14-Year-Old orphan aliens, even though they were i' Ruler Of Mardi Gras born and reared in Greece, has g:'ven way to a new and wide- I spread feeling of good will. As an example, she refers to a , recent public lecture in which the Greek Orthodox water Constant- [in P. Rodocanachi, in the pres- [ence of Orthodox leaders and for- eign ambassadors as well as mem- |bers of the Catholic community, t declared that all Christ'ans must line up around the Holy See in the struggle against the totali- tarianism of the materialist State. The lecturer characterized Leo XIII, Plus XI ard the present Pontiff as the most forceful of fighters for human liberty ,and for the precedence of the spirit over matter. NEW 0RLEANS--Michael Faia, 14-year-old orphan of.Hope Haven, the vocational school 4'or boys at Marrero, La., ill be king of lhe Krewe of 0rleanians and will lead the parade that will follow the par- ade of Rex on Mardi Gras. The lad was chosen as king and Adam Templet and Philip Melan- con were chosen pages by the Rev. C. J. Mrscal, director of Hope Hav- en, which is conducted by the Sal- esian Fathers. He selected the three from approximately 20 of the best students and workers. This yhar it is the turn of ,a .boy front a CaLholic orphanage to be king of the Krewe of 0rleanians. Coil DExter 3300 for Appointment Webster Agency Realtors 'T.es00 Buys, Better Homes" 5817 Phinney Ave. DExter 3300 "Title Service That Protects" PROMPT ACTION iN REAL ESTATE DEALS is made easier-- whether transfer or mort- gage is desired--if the title is protected by our policy of TITLE INSURANCE. Be sure your title to your home or other real estate has thia positive protection. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY A gent SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin 1534 L. S. Booth, Chairman Charlton L. Hall, President "'Demand the Best- It Costs No More" TOTAL ABSTINENCE U00!ON IN DENVER By RiZV." PATRICK-'O'CONNOR, i guage propaganda release, eight!|]|] Rtnh ghan (Special Correspondent, N.C.W.C. weeks after the missionaries first i ............. It" News Service) were imprisoned, obviously intend- I. 1  , pEIPING, Feb. 4. madio) *c-',ed- to eountera0t 00merican and rmarges t00reeung cused by the Japanese during l European press reports of the cur- [ #' 3   .. rent erse uhon of relw,on in the war of espionage and collabo- p c - o: , 00ara uepanmem ration on behalf of Chinese reds, i emmunist-held areas of China. i Bishop Ignatius Krause of Shun- Prisoners Tortured  The Guild Book Shop, Inc., an: tehfu in Hopei Province, and a Headed *'Polish Catholic Mission- ! nounces a enlarged greeting card ' number of his priests, now are be- aries Plot Unearthed in Hsingtai," department to meet increased de- ing held by Chinese communists on the fantastic charge of having I served as "Japanese intelligence agents." DENVER, Jan. 30.--(NC)--For- marion of the first Total Absti- nence un!on in the Archdiocese of mand for special and everyday greeting cards. Denver is being directed by the Very Rev. Harold V. Campbell, Fine modern card racks have been installed where the customer istate chaplain of the Knight of o_ho ...; .. _ ..crimes of using those positions as may make selections leisurely in I Columbus and of the Archdiocesan --- -v .,,=-, = - ,,,=::';:'n:=:'':=::=:n:'a:ti ::: a well-lighted portion of the shop. IUnion of the Holy Nme Society. " . .. ' Only cards from the best lines, are  -" . i " " , ana conceaung war prisoners to r n" - I in granun, n.s Dlessln an . eprese ted. . prepare violence against the local !cproval to the Total Abstinence dem^r-. , .... -., ........... \\;Vith the approach of Valen- ' -- . . . " u. auu  Hvanln cnin,nwuc  " i union in the archoiocese a-cn- overnment " tine's Day, two large cases dis-I ' --" " nla,, oav cards with s,eoiab at I bishop Urban J. Vehr declared: vVh  -  a  .... :-  -, at the alleged confessmns . . -. - - , ..... -_ I"As everyone knows the curse of  . ...... [enLlon given tO Ia....ly valencinc i pecy s noc scarce. t zs mown a .... h ............ I excessive use of strong liquor often for cert-in u., .-  . lto "vell as L Ob: LJ D. eGL)IIIJiIIIV  ,, ,, rus resoz'eu I " vndermines family life and indi- "o t " gifts. orture and beatings to extract' [vdual morality. Individual lives "confessions of uilt" from thee I To meet the requirements of the : ....  '  l are ruined by it. Family ties are missionaries but as far a is[religious,, there are many designs I x.ue_.,.a ..a ..- ar ..... ,, lcnown these cruelties have failecl in ,Iass cards Feast Day cards! .... n . ...... ......... a h.. in their purpose l as well as spiritual bouquet cards li t Legislation will not cure ex- The "proofs"offered in the cam- for both the lh'ing and the dead "esses The remedy must come r2un]sts star are xa ue and ome B zthd  anmmsar,, e I ng ; . Y " "  i :" "'" "" -', ": '" ]from personal self-restraint and obwously are false illness and friendship cards may iself_d!scipline" Those who cannot I b foud in mmv designs *nd'eontol thewa etz h x ...... , .e ,n ,  . s .  i - " " pp "tes a,e only JAt/V n:O0ATCe I I),;c(s !one cure and protection in total lll/ ULUU||i/LO [ The ovners of the GuiM Bqok!r,istinance. I hope it again be- II]]iCOT rNl|01Tflnl t,op invi'., Proress readers to !comes popular and fashionable for rl|[7|'ll-|Hdl/.iii visit lhi:; attra.tive new ,h:p,.rt - i teen-agers to be total abstailers --.,-----= ,.-vs.s,,...i ment. from all intoxicating hquors. ,VASHIN?F'eb. 3.---(NC) ......... -- , , --'Ihe Nav5 Bronze Star mecat -- - ........ - ..... for n,eritorious service as chap- lain aboard the carrier USS Sara- NOW T OU toga has been a',varded to the ............ Rev. Dr. Maurice S. Sheehy head iglll I | pi. APit&! of the religious education depart- IIIr-VV .-,t/lll . o , the largest, foreign-supported vol- The Bishop, six priests and one untary agency here and brought nun have been imprisoned, while some 1 un one prmst and e ght nuns have 0 000 0C0 po ds of relief " i -' -  ........... been detained They constitute the materials lnI:o r'olano outing to.  -- entire person, e of i'oush 1TlSSlOn It wor.ks through Carias, the of- ." . r, = ..... - nes m Shuntehfu ficial welfare organization of the " Polish Hierarchy in all of the 25 The fantastic accusation against e The Brahe s the B]sho and h s rzests Polish dioe ses. . p ' ' p i p " ap- antas 1 headed pear m a commumst En lish lan Committee for C " "s . " " g" - - by His Eminence Adam Stephen! Sapieha, Archbishop of Krakow. g ,/ i*  /. " Right now, the greatest needs ,a[nouc vaugnters in Poland are for shoes, clothing, ,e'l, layettes and medicines but the . . , , urge ubservance need for Iooo will rise wnen UNRRA ends it operations here. Of Press Month Paraguav Social NEW YORK, Fe. . 4--(NCl--  A Catholic mus be a regular' . M ...... . L_ l_ir__j reader of the Cathohc Press in ,,.vmll[ [O il[$ItilU, these, ehalleng'mg times" to be cor- g ,/!" . . rectly inforn:ed on current prob- LaHIOIlC Interests lems, headquarters of the Catholic Dahghters of America ,asserted in AITTT[T./T---,,o.. []'fi a letter sent to regents of the A campaWn to rouse the civic organization in 46 states, Puerto, Rmo and Alaska mgmg a htt ng conscience of Paraguay and to di- ! , , " " i rect it toward a course of Chris- observance, of February, the Cath-' l t'a soc'al justice has be - I n i en started ohc Press month The organization's leaders were urged to interest non-Catholics in Catholic iiterature, and to foster the placing of Catholic newspapers ,and periodicals in public librarios, railway and bus statiohs, and other public meeting places. by the Hierarchy and the Catholic Action Group of Paraguay. In a joint pastoral, the Bishops d!sclose that a group of citizens kave founded a non-political Para- g-uayan Christian Social Movement in response to the need of defend- ing the Catholic interests of the nation. It'is believed that this organiza- tion will bing into its movement Catholics Who are active in the different political parties which support the doctrines of the Church. The Catholic Action Groups, in accordance with the movement, has asked individual parties to facilitate mmbership in behalf of Catholics; to assure them personal rights, and respect for the ment at tha Cathotic University (,f America. SUE00NOIIllY ELECT NtIIC CO. GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES Repair and 24-Hour Emergency Service 466 S. W. 152nd St. Shop--GL 2679-M For emergency calls after 6 p. m. GL. 362-R-11 f CUT FLO ERS PLANTS CORSAGES FUNERAL WREATHS (Free Delivery for Queen Anne) The presentation v:as m,ade I)3' Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, chief of naval operations, in a ceremony at the Navy Department here. Recalling that latler Sheeny served the Saratoga as chaplain New Catholic High from August 25. 1943, to May 6, 1944, tha citation declared Fails r School for Honohh' Sheeh00 se,,,ed -vcih distinction 'durin periods of inten:;ive .ac- tion." HONOLULU--(NC)--A quart- I . _ her million dollar Ca,halle high STUNTZ & HICKS I " 955 Empire Buitdzng . school to be named the "Damien i seattle 4, W:,.shington Men'_orial High School" after the!IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE famed lep'er-riest of Molokai, } State of Washington for Kin County , In Probate.--No. 100G33.--Notice To will be ercte in the heart of f Creditors i Honolulu, it was announced here I In the Matter of the Etate of Peter Michael Coggins, Deeeared. Morrison Flower Shop 620 W. M('Graw St. Phone /ML. 5781 family as a moral institution and as the fundamental basis of sect- by Bishop J, ames J. Sweeney otj Notice is hereby given that the ',,n- ety; to cknowledge the rights of Honolulu. j dersigned has t)een aopointed and has qualified as Administrator of the e:;- parents to obtain religious educa- I fhe Rev. Charles S. Gienger, i tare of Peter Michael Co_is, Deee.-.s- tion for their children, and to I D i o c e s a n Su,nerintendent at ied; that all prsons havin claims ! " against said dc.eeased are hereby re- guarantee private ownership, i Schools, has left Hawaii for two- : quired to serve the same, duly vc'rified. i months survey of educational sys- i oP said James Cogins or his attarne;! , record at the addr"ss below s'tatdd. HOLY CROSS, Ind.--Among the', terns, in Chieago, St. Louis, New:and file the same with the Clerk fi 16 novices who pronounced their' York and ,Vashington, D. C., as isaid Court. together with proof.of such ' service within six menth after he, first vows in the Congregation of i a preparation for the organization dat of f rt p ,blicat on of this notlcc I ! the Sisters of the Holy Cross i of the new school, or th same w!ll be barred. " " " First pub]icati,m .TqrlDrV )1. 197. at St. Mary's Convent,here Sun- [ At present there are seven high I .)'AMES COGGINS. ' day was Gertrude Poore of Seat- i schools, one junior high, and a I Administrator nf said Ett . 955 Emnire Buidir, tle, in religion, Sister Mary Ad-i:diocesan seminary and 23 gram- Seattle. "Vah i STLTNTZ & HICKS. clan. The Most Rev. John F. Nell,  mar schools in the Honolulu d!o- , A*trney for E.'ate. Bishop of Fort Wayne, presided eese, which includes all the Islands 955 Empir Building, Seattle 4. WashinIon at the ceremonies, of the Haveaiian chain F/hal publication, February 14, 1947. I \\; ldday, February /,, 1947' " CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page Seven YBIS LITTLE PIGGY IS THE MARKET Piggy bank ecqnomy hi all right for children But you want /our money invested safely and sanely in saving% where it's insqrd by a v- ez-nr.eJat agency up to gS,000, ea,, qice a year dividends. Take this first step towards security. gl.00 will opa your account with Puget Sound Savings today. Corner Second Ave. And Mddison SEreef T.M. DONAHOE i 71 President I Texas Denounces 00Tito's.Treatment 0f Archbishop AUSTIN, Tex., Feb. 3--(NO)- The religious persecution in Yugo- slav:a emphasized by th harsh treatment of Archbishop Aloysins Stepinac, imprisoned Zagreb pre- late, was condemned in a resolu- tion passed concurrently by the Third Bishop IsWitness In Dr. Tiso Trial Favorabl  Testimony Is Ruled Out By The Court BY 3AN IEtUTHNER (Special Correspondent. N.C.W.C. News Service) BRATISLAVA, Slovakia, Feb. 1. Radio) A third n_,ember at the Slovak Hierarchy, Bishop Mi- chal Buzalka, Auxiliary of Bratis- lava, took the witness stan d this week and teseified: in favor el Msgr. Joseph Tiso, former presi- derit of SlovakiaJ, who is being tried together with several of his, war time ministers before the Slo, yak National Court. The trial is based on a 2]2-page indictment embracing 113 separate charges each of which carrzes the death penalty. The two other Bishops who had testified at previous sessions are Archbishop Karol Kmetko of Nitna and Bishop Andrej Skrabik of Banska Byst- rico. Interceded For Jews GREET CHINA'S FIRST NUNCIO Upon enteringthe court .Bishop I Buzatka asked the president of I the court, Dr. Daxner, to he al- lowed to shake hands with Dr I 00isbut00asrefused A00ter'eing'Cardiqa| HIond is examined on various subjects he j was cross:exar-ined on the Jewish l question. Here the Bishop declared' Poland that Monsignor Tiso had done Conhdent everything in his power to resist German pressure, and added that he himself had interceded with His Excellency the Most Rev. Anthony Riberi, first Papal Internuncio to China, is pictured with Presi- dent Chiang Kai-Shek. after formal presentation of his credentials at Nanking. At President Chiang's left is Dr. Wang Chi-chieh, Foreign Minister. Standing in second row. from left are: Rev. Martin T. Gilligall of Cincinnati. secretary to the Internuncm; Rt. Rev. Joseph Comis.oo. auditor, and Rev. Mat. thew Chert, secretary to Archbishop Riberi. {NC Photosl Will Survive Storm Primate Issues Exclusive Statement To N.C.W.C. News Service: Expresses Thanks For U. S. Charity Dr. Tiso on behalf of Jews in 120 separate instances and every time With Success. The com't refused to place un- der oath the Bishop or any other witnesses whose testimony was favorable to Dr. Tiso, thus ren- dering their testimony almost worthless from a juridical point of view. When the defense attorney for Dr. Tiso demanded that tl:e Bishop be permitted to tahe the oath, the court refused, stating By G. R. BRUNST i (Staff Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) 1 WARSAW, Feb. 3. (NC) Although eschewing comment] on the recent, obviously red-rigged elections, His Emi- i nence August Cardinal Hlond, Primate of Poland, in an ex- Two Bishops, Priests Held ByChina Reds By REV. PATRICK O'CONNOR, (Special Correspo:dent, N.C.W.C. N.ews Servlce) PIPING, Feb. 3-- (Radio) --- Although Chinese public opinion now is notably favorable to the Catholic Church, two ' Bish:;p.-; alonK with a number of priests. :brothers and nuns, both Chlle.9: nd foreig:e:'s, still are being lleld pr:.soners by conJn'lunists ill U(II'[I and northeast China Bishop Ignatius I{rause, a Po- lish Vineentiaa of l]tmtehfu in Hopei Province, with six Polish and thre ChineF,e Sisters. were seized by ccmnmnists oh Deee,.,- ber 4, and according to last r-- ports, stll are being hehl captives Two priests and a Drother were ill trated and rendered uncons- cious, an incident wbieh 6yoked a protest frmn the P.lish charge: d'affaires in Nanking to commun- ist repre_,entatives. Ten days la- ter there still has been no reply Ifrom Yenan. Protests Fruitless Latest reports indicate that an- other Bishop along with a number of priests, brothers and nuns were i being held prisoners, under circum- H hi Bi h p stances rd great hardship in the 0no u s 0 Yenki district of Manchuria. Heralds Press s00J: is known that several embas- which took up cases of mis- Month Campaign HONOLULU, Feb. 3 NC "It is the staying quality of the Catholic newspaper, which enter- , Cathblic homes, brings a message of faith, and stays a wh:le so that all may leisurely digest its mes- sage, which gives it a particular advantage, and makes it res.embl:- [thd priest's work." With these words. Bishop James J, Sweeney of Honolulu, heralded the 1947 observance of Catholic Press Month 5n a message pub- lished in The Catholic Herald, of- ficial newspaper of his dioces.e. sionaries, both Catholic and Prot- es, tant, who had been ill treated bY communists, have met with un- sat:sfaetory experiences, similar to ttmt of the Polish government representative. Some eleven waeks ago, I was promised ,an official investigation by tile communists of reported ,cases, in violation of religious free- dcm, but I have received no reply yet, despite repeated requests fro" action.. Of China's 138 ecclesiastical di- visions, eommunlst persecutions affect 26 seriously and 21 others les.s acutely. enate and-the House of Repre- sentatives of the Texas Legisla- I ture. The resolution was intro-[ duced by Senator Gus . Strauss, I prominent Catholic of Hallettsville ] district. , " The OZNA, secret police, and the Yugoslav government were criticized severely on 30 different counts in the resolution, which al- I so stated; " [ That it is the sense of the Tex- t as Legislature that the United States of America should with- draw all support, recognition of implied ratification of the pres- ent brutal government of Yugo- slavia, and that the United State of America, in the interest of the cause for which so many have died in the recent war, should- most vigorously protest against the inhuman treatment of Arch- ,bishop Aloysius Stepinac and the ase denial of religious freedom to the people of Yugoslavia." Copies of the resolution have that there were certain discrep- ancies between his written and oral testimony. Another witness who took the sbnd and testified in favor of Dr. Tiso was hi s former secretary, Dr. Karol Murin. He too was refused permission to testify under oath, because, the court ruled, his state- ments were "devoid of veracity." Dr. Murln brought to light that Dr. Daxner, the presiden.t of the court, had been arrested in 19$ for illegal political ac- tivity. This" shed new light on Dr. Tiso's attorney at the begin- ning of th trial against having the vigorous opposition made by Dr. I/axner named president of the court because he feared a persnnal predisposition against Dr. Tiso. The defendant's former secre- tary also declared that Dr. Tiso had always opposed discrimination against the Jews and had tried to clusive statement to the N.C.W.C. News Service, declared himself "calmly confident" that with the protection of the Japanese Condemned Them : Blessed Mother. Poland will em- Now China Communists erge from its bitter, current crisis damaged churches in Warsaw, is and build the future "wholly in situated next to the official rest- The Cardinal had a special word of praise for the work done in Poknd by War Relief Services-- National Catholic Welfare Con- ference. Poland s pathetic plight, doubtless, will increase after March 1 when the Un.ited No- the spirit of Christ." denc of Poland's socialistic Prime The Cardinal expressed his deep- Minister- Edward Osobka-Morav- est gratitude "to Catholics--in the ski. -The spire of the. Ohnrch United States for their genei, osity throws its shadow Over the Prime in see.king to ease th post-warl Minister's.coui'tyard. distress in Poland and added "I_ Cardinal Hlond:auth0'.zze. d the should be grateful to Amerioa'Slfollowing_:exelugive.statemen t for Catholics if they would stand by i the N.C.W.C. News Service: j our side for some time to comG, Poland is passing Ulrougli an at least until we have overcome historical hour during which it to some extent the worst of our i is of primary importance to prc- sufferings." serve the Cbristian spirit of the nation in order to build the future wholly in the spirit of Christ. I am calmly confident that we will sacceed, meeting this task under the protection of- tt, a all-powerful Auxiliatrix of ,Christians. War Relief Services NCWC is Hold 16 Missionaries I As Nipponese Spies 7 BEDROOMS IHsingtai is another name for Shuntehfu), the communists' re- lease alleges the priests "have made a full confession of their $13,750 Generous Proportions Pambling Type Comfortable Family Home On A Level Lot, 100x] 10 Lrge Closets -- Rossoe Oil Hot Water Heat 2-Car Garage Half Block to Bus Close to Catholic Church, Parochial School and. Girls' High School been furnished to the two United prevent the rise to power of cer- tions Relief and Rehabilitation ...... o ' fain Slovak radicals who wnted [ Administratio ill end e- ra- Stares Nenamrs tram Texas,  ...... [ n " .... t. nallO copy me nanonat socialism of[ tions here each memDer oz me na lo .  , . . me termans. :House of RepresentahveS, and to] Another it .... d ........ t The IJ'NRRA director here as- the, Presloen[ at me u te .... I Jan Ferencik who was le a i *^ 1 serts there m much undernourish- States. court With the -risoner's mark'n r.,ent (]ue to the inequality of re- --- I his left ar-- the red armban  lief distributions and said that q' ('1 -" Path with the stoppage of UNRRA food ,nmamAnun laqPIAal msm [ er Fereficik who had succeed-, llJl'U II'lllllll Nil ied the late Father Andre  Hlink I imports the suffering will become IHIOH ?iU/lUil II1 !noted Slo:tk leader as Jastor a" ] particularly acute in the cities , p oI ...... ] the Ruzonburok aidsh was n The UNRR official ;arned Yllgfl.ql AVIA I P , sum- : . , . ,, RA. E oed hurriedly by the courtand e m against th 'alse picture pre /v.v,vu-nmn u v I evidently unnrenared to testlf] I sented by well-stocked food shops The 6"0- rolfl riest seem" 'With prices rs::'g and stocks de- . Y - p ed .... Pi 00AqR PlI00TIg00 eomuletel-- bewildered and - clining, he said "there is plenty I LIMMi'L i tllUll/ IS : , ae- . , ' , [ dared that he could not reme , for some no. but there ll be noth- m- . ,, - . I r anything. After Dr: Tiso's I " '. " be mg fo all later DUBLIN.--(Cable, NC)--ActI0n[ attorney was refused his reqnest ] Recovery in the rural areas, by the Fire Dail in its forthright[ to lie permitted to cross-ex particu],arIy in the newly-gained rondemnation of the injustice in amine the priest, Father Fere;n" I western territory is slow due to the trial and imprisonment of t cik was !1 bk to his cell " ] lack of manpower and horses.. mac of Archbishop Aloysius Step" I ____ . .......... [ But in addition to the eeon- Zagreb in Yugosla.iR has given h I I'I1 !" ' r I omic setbacks and shortcomings, -Iis Holiness Pope Plus XII "great irapa I 00eael Work t the political factor of uncertain- m e Vahcan joy," a messaline fro th " .. --.. _ _ [ ly und lack of confidence in informed Prime Minister de Val-[ Has Chan00ed Greek I the soeialisfic po,ie., of the pres- era ,  ..... [ ent Warsaw regime is one of " " " h ' " The message stated that the AFtFiFnd T, ('h,,kl t e biggest drax, laaks in PoNt tmanimous action of the Irish leg- , a.,**, xv va*a,u[ and's attempts to recover. The h condem uppermost need of the Polish islature in approving t e - " - -- " , - " nation resolution'had pleased the BRUSSELS. -- Papal reEef people is  hope in the future Pope, .particularly" since the no: tion-"had been moved by the head of the Irish government." The message added that the Holy lather noted with great satisfac- tion the action of the Dail in ap- pealing for joint international ac- tion "to secure "adequate protec- tion of the right of men to worship their Creator in a way which He, :Himself, ordained." I As* "a token of satisfaction at his gesture, worthy of the noble traditions of Catholic Ireland," the Vatican message stated that the t-/ely Father "from the abundance of his heart" imparted his Aposto- lic Blessing to the head of gov- ernment and,the people of Ireland. Personal or private courage is totally distinct from that higher and nobler courage which prompts the patriot to offer himself as a voluntary sacrifice to his coun- try's' good.--Henry Clay. MERZ SHEET METAL WORKS We do new and repair jobs for a!l purposes where $heet metal is required. ELiot 0242 208 Jackson St. seattle, 4 for the war-stricken of Greece and the war-time and post-war social work in-Greece of the Ro- man Catholics of the Greek Rite has changed the attitude of pre- dominantly Orthodox Greece to- ward the Catholic minority, ac- cording to word received here  from a former Brussels editor now living in Athens. The editor. Miss Betsy Hollants, who was with the Nieuwe Stand- ard, reports that the old habit of considering Roman Catholics as and an assurance that they are not forgotten by the western world. And to furnish this hope is one of the most important aspects of Catholic relief work yet to be done in Poland. I was reeeived by Cardinal Hlond ,at his residence, 9ehich ad- joins Warsaw's Pro-Cathedral. It is an interesting fact that the Pro-Cathedral, one of the few un- 14-Year-Old orphan aliens, even though they were i' Ruler Of Mardi Gras born and reared in Greece, has g:'ven way to a new and wide- I spread feeling of good will. As an example, she refers to a , recent public lecture in which the Greek Orthodox water Constant- [in P. Rodocanachi, in the pres- [ence of Orthodox leaders and for- eign ambassadors as well as mem- |bers of the Catholic community, t declared that all Christ'ans must line up around the Holy See in the struggle against the totali- tarianism of the materialist State. The lecturer characterized Leo XIII, Plus XI ard the present Pontiff as the most forceful of fighters for human liberty ,and for the precedence of the spirit over matter. NEW 0RLEANS--Michael Faia, 14-year-old orphan of.Hope Haven, the vocational school 4'or boys at Marrero, La., ill be king of lhe Krewe of 0rleanians and will lead the parade that will follow the par- ade of Rex on Mardi Gras. The lad was chosen as king and Adam Templet and Philip Melan- con were chosen pages by the Rev. C. J. Mrscal, director of Hope Hav- en, which is conducted by the Sal- esian Fathers. He selected the three from approximately 20 of the best students and workers. This yhar it is the turn of ,a .boy front a CaLholic orphanage to be king of the Krewe of 0rleanians. Coil DExter 3300 for Appointment Webster Agency Realtors 'T.es00 Buys, Better Homes" 5817 Phinney Ave. DExter 3300 "Title Service That Protects" PROMPT ACTION iN REAL ESTATE DEALS is made easier-- whether transfer or mort- gage is desired--if the title is protected by our policy of TITLE INSURANCE. Be sure your title to your home or other real estate has thia positive protection. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY A gent SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin 1534 L. S. Booth, Chairman Charlton L. Hall, President "'Demand the Best- It Costs No More" TOTAL ABSTINENCE U00!ON IN DENVER By RiZV." PATRICK-'O'CONNOR, i guage propaganda release, eight!|]|] Rtnh ghan (Special Correspondent, N.C.W.C. weeks after the missionaries first i ............. It" News Service) were imprisoned, obviously intend- I. 1  , pEIPING, Feb. 4. madio) *c-',ed- to eountera0t 00merican and rmarges t00reeung cused by the Japanese during l European press reports of the cur- [ #' 3   .. rent erse uhon of relw,on in the war of espionage and collabo- p c - o: , 00ara uepanmem ration on behalf of Chinese reds, i emmunist-held areas of China. i Bishop Ignatius Krause of Shun- Prisoners Tortured  The Guild Book Shop, Inc., an: tehfu in Hopei Province, and a Headed *'Polish Catholic Mission- ! nounces a enlarged greeting card ' number of his priests, now are be- aries Plot Unearthed in Hsingtai," department to meet increased de- ing held by Chinese communists on the fantastic charge of having I served as "Japanese intelligence agents." DENVER, Jan. 30.--(NC)--For- marion of the first Total Absti- nence un!on in the Archdiocese of mand for special and everyday greeting cards. Denver is being directed by the Very Rev. Harold V. Campbell, Fine modern card racks have been installed where the customer istate chaplain of the Knight of o_ho ...; .. _ ..crimes of using those positions as may make selections leisurely in I Columbus and of the Archdiocesan --- -v .,,=-, = - ,,,=::';:'n:=:'':=::=:n:'a:ti ::: a well-lighted portion of the shop. IUnion of the Holy Nme Society. " . .. ' Only cards from the best lines, are  -" . i " " , ana conceaung war prisoners to r n" - I in granun, n.s Dlessln an . eprese ted. . prepare violence against the local !cproval to the Total Abstinence dem^r-. , .... -., ........... \\;Vith the approach of Valen- ' -- . . . " u. auu  Hvanln cnin,nwuc  " i union in the archoiocese a-cn- overnment " tine's Day, two large cases dis-I ' --" " nla,, oav cards with s,eoiab at I bishop Urban J. Vehr declared: vVh  -  a  .... :-  -, at the alleged confessmns . . -. - - , ..... -_ I"As everyone knows the curse of  . ...... [enLlon given tO Ia....ly valencinc i pecy s noc scarce. t zs mown a .... h ............ I excessive use of strong liquor often for cert-in u., .-  . lto "vell as L Ob: LJ D. eGL)IIIJiIIIV  ,, ,, rus resoz'eu I " vndermines family life and indi- "o t " gifts. orture and beatings to extract' [vdual morality. Individual lives "confessions of uilt" from thee I To meet the requirements of the : ....  '  l are ruined by it. Family ties are missionaries but as far a is[religious,, there are many designs I x.ue_.,.a ..a ..- ar ..... ,, lcnown these cruelties have failecl in ,Iass cards Feast Day cards! .... n . ...... ......... a h.. in their purpose l as well as spiritual bouquet cards li t Legislation will not cure ex- The "proofs"offered in the cam- for both the lh'ing and the dead "esses The remedy must come r2un]sts star are xa ue and ome B zthd  anmmsar,, e I ng ; . Y " "  i :" "'" "" -', ": '" ]from personal self-restraint and obwously are false illness and friendship cards may iself_d!scipline" Those who cannot I b foud in mmv designs *nd'eontol thewa etz h x ...... , .e ,n ,  . s .  i - " " pp "tes a,e only JAt/V n:O0ATCe I I),;c(s !one cure and protection in total lll/ ULUU||i/LO [ The ovners of the GuiM Bqok!r,istinance. I hope it again be- II]]iCOT rNl|01Tflnl t,op invi'., Proress readers to !comes popular and fashionable for rl|[7|'ll-|Hdl/.iii visit lhi:; attra.tive new ,h:p,.rt - i teen-agers to be total abstailers --.,-----= ,.-vs.s,,...i ment. from all intoxicating hquors. ,VASHIN?F'eb. 3.---(NC) ......... -- , , --'Ihe Nav5 Bronze Star mecat -- - ........ - ..... for n,eritorious service as chap- lain aboard the carrier USS Sara- NOW T OU toga has been a',varded to the ............ Rev. Dr. Maurice S. Sheehy head iglll I | pi. APit&! of the religious education depart- IIIr-VV .-,t/lll . o , the largest, foreign-supported vol- The Bishop, six priests and one untary agency here and brought nun have been imprisoned, while some 1 un one prmst and e ght nuns have 0 000 0C0 po ds of relief " i -' -  ........... been detained They constitute the materials lnI:o r'olano outing to.  -- entire person, e of i'oush 1TlSSlOn It wor.ks through Carias, the of- ." . r, = ..... - nes m Shuntehfu ficial welfare organization of the " Polish Hierarchy in all of the 25 The fantastic accusation against e The Brahe s the B]sho and h s rzests Polish dioe ses. . p ' ' p i p " ap- antas 1 headed pear m a commumst En lish lan Committee for C " "s . " " g" - - by His Eminence Adam Stephen! Sapieha, Archbishop of Krakow. g ,/ i*  /. " Right now, the greatest needs ,a[nouc vaugnters in Poland are for shoes, clothing, ,e'l, layettes and medicines but the . . , , urge ubservance need for Iooo will rise wnen UNRRA ends it operations here. Of Press Month Paraguav Social NEW YORK, Fe. . 4--(NCl--  A Catholic mus be a regular' . M ...... . L_ l_ir__j reader of the Cathohc Press in ,,.vmll[ [O il[$ItilU, these, ehalleng'mg times" to be cor- g ,/!" . . rectly inforn:ed on current prob- LaHIOIlC Interests lems, headquarters of the Catholic Dahghters of America ,asserted in AITTT[T./T---,,o.. []'fi a letter sent to regents of the A campaWn to rouse the civic organization in 46 states, Puerto, Rmo and Alaska mgmg a htt ng conscience of Paraguay and to di- ! , , " " i rect it toward a course of Chris- observance, of February, the Cath-' l t'a soc'al justice has be - I n i en started ohc Press month The organization's leaders were urged to interest non-Catholics in Catholic iiterature, and to foster the placing of Catholic newspapers ,and periodicals in public librarios, railway and bus statiohs, and other public meeting places. by the Hierarchy and the Catholic Action Group of Paraguay. In a joint pastoral, the Bishops d!sclose that a group of citizens kave founded a non-political Para- g-uayan Christian Social Movement in response to the need of defend- ing the Catholic interests of the nation. It'is believed that this organiza- tion will bing into its movement Catholics Who are active in the different political parties which support the doctrines of the Church. The Catholic Action Groups, in accordance with the movement, has asked individual parties to facilitate mmbership in behalf of Catholics; to assure them personal rights, and respect for the ment at tha Cathotic University (,f America. SUE00NOIIllY ELECT NtIIC CO. GENERAL CONTRACTING FREE ESTIMATES Repair and 24-Hour Emergency Service 466 S. W. 152nd St. Shop--GL 2679-M For emergency calls after 6 p. m. GL. 362-R-11 f CUT FLO ERS PLANTS CORSAGES FUNERAL WREATHS (Free Delivery for Queen Anne) The presentation v:as m,ade I)3' Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, chief of naval operations, in a ceremony at the Navy Department here. Recalling that latler Sheeny served the Saratoga as chaplain New Catholic High from August 25. 1943, to May 6, 1944, tha citation declared Fails r School for Honohh' Sheeh00 se,,,ed -vcih distinction 'durin periods of inten:;ive .ac- tion." HONOLULU--(NC)--A quart- I . _ her million dollar Ca,halle high STUNTZ & HICKS I " 955 Empire Buitdzng . school to be named the "Damien i seattle 4, W:,.shington Men'_orial High School" after the!IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE famed lep'er-riest of Molokai, } State of Washington for Kin County , In Probate.--No. 100G33.--Notice To will be ercte in the heart of f Creditors i Honolulu, it was announced here I In the Matter of the Etate of Peter Michael Coggins, Deeeared. Morrison Flower Shop 620 W. M('Graw St. Phone /ML. 5781 family as a moral institution and as the fundamental basis of sect- by Bishop J, ames J. Sweeney otj Notice is hereby given that the ',,n- ety; to cknowledge the rights of Honolulu. j dersigned has t)een aopointed and has qualified as Administrator of the e:;- parents to obtain religious educa- I fhe Rev. Charles S. Gienger, i tare of Peter Michael Co_is, Deee.-.s- tion for their children, and to I D i o c e s a n Su,nerintendent at ied; that all prsons havin claims ! " against said dc.eeased are hereby re- guarantee private ownership, i Schools, has left Hawaii for two- : quired to serve the same, duly vc'rified. i months survey of educational sys- i oP said James Cogins or his attarne;! , record at the addr"ss below s'tatdd. HOLY CROSS, Ind.--Among the', terns, in Chieago, St. Louis, New:and file the same with the Clerk fi 16 novices who pronounced their' York and ,Vashington, D. C., as isaid Court. together with proof.of such ' service within six menth after he, first vows in the Congregation of i a preparation for the organization dat of f rt p ,blicat on of this notlcc I ! the Sisters of the Holy Cross i of the new school, or th same w!ll be barred. " " " First pub]icati,m .TqrlDrV )1. 197. at St. Mary's Convent,here Sun- [ At present there are seven high I .)'AMES COGGINS. ' day was Gertrude Poore of Seat- i schools, one junior high, and a I Administrator nf said Ett . 955 Emnire Buidir, tle, in religion, Sister Mary Ad-i:diocesan seminary and 23 gram- Seattle. "Vah i STLTNTZ & HICKS. clan. The Most Rev. John F. Nell,  mar schools in the Honolulu d!o- , A*trney for E.'ate. Bishop of Fort Wayne, presided eese, which includes all the Islands 955 Empir Building, Seattle 4. WashinIon at the ceremonies, of the Haveaiian chain F/hal publication, February 14, 1947. I