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Viola d'Amore Concert 7 ,0064 PRoGREss00 Next For SU Guild CICOP, PAVLA Meets Survey Mission Work The Seattle University Guild's Florence, Italy, studied under fourth program in the series, "An Age of Change" will fea- ture Miss Emilie Hoag of San Francisco in concert, playing an originali viola d'amore, ac- companied by pianist Linda Ross of Seattle. The program will begin with coffee at 10 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 13, in Marycrest Hall on campus. Miss Hoag, a graduate of the Royal Conservatory of Music in Forty Hours' Schedule Corrected Following is the corrected schedule of Forty Hours' Adoration in honor of the Blessed Sacrament for Feb- ruary. Second Sunday--St. Luke, Seattle; St. Francis, Cow- litz Prairie; St. Patrick, Tacoma; St. Placid Priory, Olympia. Second Wednesday-- Holy Names Academy, Seattle. Third Sunday--Star of the Sea, Port Townsend; St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst. Third Wednesday -- New- man Club, Seattle. Fourth Sunday--St. Jos- eph, Seattle; Sts. Aegidius and Mary, Aberdeen. Professor Guilio Pasquali at the Paris Conservatory and in Florence. The viola d'amore, larger than a violin and having 14 strings, enjoyed popularity from 1600-1750, but was greatly re- placed by the violin in later years. Minuets, love songs and the works of Ariosti, Bach, Milan- dre and deMartini will be in- cluded in the program which will be given in the Elizabethan costume of the period. Admission will be by card for members and $1 for non- members. 462 Attend Nocturnal Vigil Nocturnal vigils on the eve of the first Saturday of February attracted a total of 462 persons in St. James Cathedral, Seattle. in St. Patrick Church, Taco- ma. The Cathedral had an attend- ance of 192 and there were 270 at St. Patrick's. The devotions are held on the eve of the first Saturday of each month in answer to re- quests of Our Lady of Fatima for prayerful observance of first Saturdays. ELLMAN IN CONVERSATION with a PAVLA representative from South America, right, at the recent PAVLA meeting which followed the CICOP convention in Chicago were, from left, Rev. Stephen Szeman, Seattle, Archdiocesan director of PAVLA; Msgr. Henry J. Klocker of Cincinnati, Ohio; Albert Cardinal Meyer, of Chicago, and Jim Haines, a representative of Serra International. ,0, MAYOR PROGRESS John D. Spellman with his family: Left +o right -- D a vi d; Mrs. Barχ Spell- man, the candi- date's mother; BarS; John D. Sp, II- man; Margaret Mary; Jeff and Mrs. John D. Sp( II- man. A NEW FACEIA NEW PACE--IN SEATTLE RE-ELECT To Position 3 ouncilman FLOYD MILLER CONTINUE PROGRESS WITH STABILITY THE QUALIFIED CANDIDATE • Chairman of SeaHle Civil Service Commission • Chairman of King County Public Library Board • Member of King County Salacious Literature Commiffee • Practicing Afforney • Graduate of SeaffJe University (Valedictorian of Class of '49) • President of Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies 'e Past President of Seaffle University Alumni Association • Member of Serra Club and Knights of Columbus " Member of Assumption Parish • President of Hawthorne Hills Community Club • Law degree from Georgetown University; winning National Honors in Legal Argument before graduation • AdmiHed to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court • Born in Seaffle; son of pioneer family. Bars Spellman, his father, was assistant Football Coach of University of Washington under Enoch Bagshaw a World War II Navy Veteran Vancouver Mission Clinic Begins Sunday A "Mission Clinic for Living" will be conducted at St. Joseph Church, Vancouver, by the Ray. Richard Hedge, O.F.M., Sun- day, Feb. 9, through Saturday, Feb. 15. Talks are scheduled at 7:30 p.m. each evening and parish- ioners are asked to invite friends, especially newcomers to the parish, to attend. Sessions for the children of St. Joseph School will be preached at 2 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and to the CCD students at 10 a.m. Satur- day. A special blessing of infants will be given Friday at 2:30 p.m., according to Rev. Thom- as J. Pitsch, pastor. CHICAGO (N.C.)-- An unprecedented meeting of prelates, priests, Religi- ous, government and lay leaders here opened another window in the Church and brought some fresh air into U.S. and Latin American relations. During two days of debate and discussion, 2,000 repre- sentatives from the U.S., Latin America and Europe turned a spotlight on some "misinforma- tion and well-meaning but mis- guided thinking" on the role of the Church in Latin America, according to one observer. The first annual conference January 20 and 21 of the Cath- olic Inter-American Coopera- tion Program (CICOP) brought together "the people with ques- tions and the people with an- swers," another delegate said. CICOP, which has headquart- ers in Chicago, was established to spread information about Latin America's needs and en- courage Catholic institutions and organizations to engage in programs aimed at, meeting them. Conference talks sounded a note of urgency, summed up in the call by Boston's Richard Cardinal Cushing, chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Latin Amer- ica Committee, for support of a "Christian revolution" in Latin America as "the only effective answer to the com- munist threat." In a surprise visit to the council, Cardinal Cushing of- fered funds for the building of a center in Latin America to coordinate lay mission work there. The theme of "revolution" echoed throughout the proceed- ings beginning with the wel- come address by Chicago's Al- bert Cardinal Meyer, one of the six cardinal-sponsors of the CICOP meeting, who urged an "extended dialogue" to include not only "our separated breth- ren" but also "our own breth- ren united to us in the Church but s p r e a d throughout the world." President Johnson, in a mes- sage to the conference, coupled the contribution by Church leaders in Latin America with the work of the Alliance for Progress. A highlight of the conference Pete Paulman POSITION 3 RENTON City Council Married, 3 children, Home-owner, World War II veteran, B.S. degree, planning-drafting, Boeing, Renton. AFFILIATIONS: Union Member. Past Grand KnlgM Renten Knights of Columbus, St. Anthony's Parenls Club FAVORS: BUDGET CONTROL--BALANCED SPENDING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IMPROVED RECREATIONAL FACILITIES FOR YOUTHS (Paid Advertisement) We Ask Your Help To RETAIN Oar PRESENT City Attorney A. L. NEWBOULD CORPORATION COUNSEL John A. Loqan, Asst. Corp. Counsel, St. Joseph's Parish John P. Harris, Asst. Corp. Counsel, St. Margaret's Parish Arthur T. Lane, Asst. Corp. Counsel, St. Anne's Parish Robert W. Freedman, Asst. Corp. Counsel, Our Lady of Mount Vircjin Parish Richard C. Nelson, Asst. Corp. Counsel, St. Joseph's Perish Raymond A. Siderius, Seattle Atty., former Asst. Corp. Counsel, St. Anne's Parish PUBLICLY ENDORSED BY THE FOLLOWING: ,., • Daniel J. Conley • Daniel F. Healy • Myrtle Danilien RATES NEWBOULD • Dr. Raymond J. Clark • Patrick Tomkins • " "OUTSTANDING" • Mrs. George C. Miller • Nell Harmon • Michael T. Hughes • Mary Louise McKee • James J. Hurley • Dr. Howard Sam Anderson (PaldAdvertlsement) • Mrs. R. C. Baumgarten • Dr. Gerald P. Murphy • Patrick McGillicuddy • Dr. Thomas S. Shevlin • Hugh E. Tully • Jerome Newman • Elton C. Gildow • William H. Schlenker • Walter E. Webster, Jr. • John E. Morgan • Francis J. Murphy • Thomas A. Kane • LeRoy M. Dehan, Jr. • Dr. John R. Moran • David P. Kneeshaw • L. G. Jeannot • Sharon Thompson • A. M. Bunes • Mrs. Mary Robinson • R. J, Weber • Mrs. Ellen E. McGonagle • Dan Ganje • Will M. Derig • Michael McEvoy • Dr. John P, McClean • Vincent H. Strecker • Ralph T. Coffey • Aline Felzer • Tony Symanski • Mrs. Harold G. Anderson • Verne Todd, Jr. • Dr. Richard J. Ward • Mrs. Jeannette Murphy • Richard Johnson • Mrs. Jim Tonkins • John O. McKee • Margaret R. Currid • Harry Abel, Jr. • Dr. Matthew H. Evoy • Charles R. Lonergan • Tom E. Sheehan • John F. Solon • Joseph J. Wilson • Robert J. Barrett • Hugh R. McGough • Dr. C. Merle Henley • Richard J. Yazzollno • John J. Durkin • Frank L. Sullivan e: aeorge A. Mead • Stephen B. Rebel • Frederick J. Robinson L t VOTE FOR A MAYOR FOR ALL THE PEOPLE PRIMARY ELECTION--FEB. 11 Paid Advertisement by Committee for John D. Spellman (Paid Advertisement) was the presentation of the first two annual CICOP Awards for the Promotion of Inter- American Understanding. A posthumous award to the late President Kennedy and an award to Alberto Lleras Camargo, former president of the Organization of American States (OAS), were conferred by Cardinal Cushing. Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, who addressed dele- gates the first day, said that the Church has a major role to play in securing the success of the Alliance. He cited "a definite change" in the past year in the attitude of Alliance officials toward private organizations and a "new appreciation of the role which they can and must play if the Alliance is to succeed." Speaking at an earlier press conference, Humphrey urged that a "working relationship" be established between the Peace Corps and Chureh groups, such as the Papal Volunteers for Latin Amer- ica. Major addresses and panel talks of the CICOP conference touched on all aspects of the Church in Latin America -- social, political, economic and historical, in addition to religi- ous. A statement by Father Theo- dore E. McCarrick, head of the Council for the Spanish Speak- ing, took note of the first an- nual conference, saying it could "take an important giant step" toward "cooperation and mu- tual progress" of the Americas. He also called the meeting an opportunity to "focus at- tention on" the eight million Spanish speaking in this coun- try. 'He said the National Council for the Spanish Speaking exists to promote "better living facilities, bet- tar working eonditiens and proper schooling for them and their children." Following the CICOP con- ference, a special closed-door meeting was held January 22 and 23 by 50 U.S. and Latin American leaders to consider proposals for Catholic Inter- American efforts. The private meeting was de- voted to surveying results of the conference and examining specific proposals for action to be taken in spreading under- standing of Latin America and its needs and establishing new forms of cooperation between U.S. and Latin Catholic groups. Also meeting after the CICOP conference was the first national eouncil of the Papal Volunteers program, attended by nearly 150 PAV- LA diocesan directors, col- ALSO ATTENDING both the CICOP and the PAV- LA meetings in Chicago was Ray. Victor Fernandez, S.J., national director of PAVLA. lege representatives for PAV- LA and Extension Lay Volun- teers, (home mission counter- part of the Latin American Program), and representa- tives of other lay missionary groups. Greater coordination in the program also was urged, since PAVLA has passed its pioneer- ing stage. According to Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan direc- tor of PAVL% the papal volunteer meeting noted the tremendous service being given by some 200 volunteers now in South America. Yet it stressed, he said, that sue- tess must not be gauged in numbers. Above all, volun- teers must be completely qualified before they are selected and assigned. Indian Center Open House The American Indian Wo- men's Service League is spon- soring an open house at the Indian Center, 1900 Boren Ave., this evening, Feb. 7, from 6:0- 9:30 p.m. and Saturday, Feb. 8, from 1-5 p.m. Arts and crafts demonstra- tions are planned. Patrons of the Indian Center include the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Arch. bishop of Seattle; Ray. William Treaey; Rev. James H. Gand- rau; Mr. and Mrs. WilliamPaul St.; Rabbi Raphael Levine, Dr. Lynn H. Corson, Mrs. Harlan Edwards. Archdeacon and Mrs. Walter McNeil Jr., Dr. Lemuel Paterson, George Pierre, Har- old Shefelman, Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis and Sebastian Williams. (Paid Advertisement) Your Lucky Number For Dependable FUEL OIL SERVICE: b. 3-4500 LAURELHURST FUEL 0It C0. 3200 N.E. 4Sth I Elect BRUCE HULSE Renton's Mayor Hulse bdieves that "... Renton deserves a city government that represents all citiensnot just a /ew." "... Renton needs a mayor who will administer the city's affairs in a man- net with vision and objectivity.'" " a more responsible ap- proach'to taxation and city expenditures with a change in City Hall attitude that will bring new jobs to our commu- nity. Among the citizens who believe in Hulse are: • Mary Penile • John BOW4D • Marilyn Sown • Gloria Cam- panella • Felix Campanalla • Stanley Wolf • Beth Wolf • Tom Shepplird • PetrlciJ Sheoperd • Robert giv;ly • Elizabeth Rlvily • Jack Thompson • Gland6 Thompson • Chres Cun- ninham BRUCE HULSE Mayor for Renton IPa[d Advertisement) ' RE.ELECT CHARLES Delaurenti To The Renton CITY COUNCIL POSITION No. 1 Capable and Oualifled PRIMARY ELECTION, FEBRUARY 11 (Paid Political Advertisement)