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12raTHE PROGRESS Friday, Feb. 28, 1964 ii ii i When we acquire a lot of different facts regard- ing the missions of the world our first thought is to pass them on to you. Did You Know? .. • That the third world-wide Congress for the Lay Apos- tolate will take place in Rome about 18 months after the Council? The 200 or 300 participants, who will study directives given by the Council, will be concerned with Catholic unity and the unity of Catholics with non-Catholics. • .. that a recent survey shows that the Catholic press lit West Germany has been responsible for 15 million printings? The largest growth is among missionary bulletins. Each week, 2,400,000 copies of the dioeesan papers are printed, represent- ing a major portion of Catholic periodicals. • . . that a Catholic school for journalists has been in opera- ation in Nyegezi, Tanganyika, for some months? It is the first of its kind in the country. Around The World ... that an interdenominational committee in Israel, di- rected by a Jew, has Aecided to translate "Pacem in Terris" into Hebrew? ... that there are IS million children in Latin America who will never go to school because of the lack of teachers and classrooms? ... that there are 20,790 seminarians in Spain, ]9,455 of whom come from middle and low-income families? More than a third are sons of farmers; only one-fourth come from urban areas. . . . that veneration of the Blessed Virgin is deeply rooted in the countries behind the Iron Curtain? This is particularly true in Poland--where Marian devotion has been marked for the past three centuries--in Yugoslavia, Czechoslovakia, Hungary and Rumania• Even today, in the liturgy of the Orthodox Church, Society for The Propagation of the Faith Ray. Stephen Szeman, ArchdiocesanDirector 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 230 days of the year are dedicated to the Blessed Mother. A Slavic psychology favorable to Marian devotion no doubt in- spires much of this veneration, but could it not also denote hope of the Communist-oppressed for help from the Mother of God? Christian Protest • . . that Protestants and Catholics in Jabalpur are protest- ing against a bill to restrict conversions in that country. The draft; now before the Madhya-Pradesh State Legislature, includes clauses prohibiting the conversion of children and forcing would- be converts to file a declaration of motive with the government. Calling the bill a "mockery of fundamental rights in the Indian Constitution," Christian leaders said its adoption would only lead to the forces of disintegration at a time when the country is threatened by renewed Red Chinese aggression. ... that in Ceylon two hundred Buddhist education offi- cials have asked the government to hand back schools, as "ehil- dren are not receiving a proper religious education." They have also denounced the "Assisted Schools and Training Col- leges Aet" for making no provisions for compensation for eon- fiseated private and trust properties. Buddhist and Catholie sehools were taken over by the government in 1961. ... that Western missionaries ere no longer entirely wel- come in India, Burma, Ceylon, Indonesia and other countries• BAt in the Philippines, where Catholics constitute 78 per cent of the population, they are eagerly received. Their presence then frees Filipino priests and nuns for work in the newer Asian nations• Status Of Women ... that in Africa one of the greatest obstacles towards evangelization is slavery of women. Their liberty has been im- peded by taboos and the domination of man, which each woman accepts "in the consciousness of her inferiority, in ignorance and fear." A missionary tells us: "She has been sold to the highest bidder like an animal. She is filled with superstitious fears (the one who attempts to reassure her will be poisoned within 48 hours). She never eats with her lord and master. Her chil- dren do not belong to her: if she refuses to belong to her brother-in-law upon the death of her husband, she will go to seek her fortune elsewhere, but her children will be taken from her." Missionaries hope that Catholic Action, which highlights the duties of wife and mother and opens the horizons of woman's role in social and civic life, will help do away with this slavery. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifices to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. 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Seattle Prep Honor Roll Published The semester honor roll for Seattle Prep includes: FRESHMEN: Robert Alston, Carl Binder, John Blame, Philip Boroughs, Jeff Brain, Paul Bride, Michael Carney, Joseph Casey, Michael Chen, Richard Chlrlllo, Gordon Collins, William Deorey, Dan Fenton, Mike Gtlleran, Brian Gough, Tim Hoss. DonaLd Kordong, Michael Kehoe, Rich- ard Kelley, John London, Tim Low, Conrad Mazzorlnl, Wm. Mendenholl, James Merrill, Joseph Mitchell, Brent Orrlco, Charles Osborn, David Rann, Ran Sacco, Mark Scheibe, David Shel- ley, Dang Watson, Paul Williams, and Kevln Yagle. SOPHOMORES: Dennis Bader, Chance Beck, Michael Corn, Kelly Corr, Russell Crusott, Gregory Cruz, Mike Cvitkovlc, John Domlos, Greg Duncan, Robert Ellis, Mlchoel Fohey, L. R. FItz- Itrlck, Herbert Fleege, Michael Good- win, Tom Gores, Chorles Horgis, Steph- en Hennes, Robert Hilton, Jim Hoover, Robert Hupf, Mike Intlekofer. Wllllom Jenkins, Thomas Johnson, Robert Klefner, Stephen Klsh, Pot McCanta, Dick McDermott, Doug More- land, Paul Muckerhelde, Tom Murray,' Bradley Nltsche, Alan Ochs, John Sheehan, N. St. Laurent, Michael Tully, James Vlerllng and Rod Zorotovlch. JUNIORS: Philip Andrus, Steve Brink, Forest Brooks, John Corney, Tom DI Joseph, Clayton Fleck, J. L. Grelfen- dart, Terry La arle, Lawrence Le Bran, John tinder, John Mitchell, John Moen, Pat Naughton, Stove Osborn, John Petrie, David Read, John Ruoff, Richard Sexton, Charles Swart, Robert Taylor, Mike Tomaso, Dennis Williams and Richard Zlska. SENIORS: Hugh Bangasser, William Budd, Geoffrey Carny, Carl Christine, Larry Cook, Jim Diebold D. 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The competition drew 171 entrants f r o m seventh and eighth grades of 29 elementary schools. Deputy-Sheriff Positions Open, A Civil Service examination for deputy-sheriff positions will be open for filing March 2 through March 13, according to Sheriff Jack Porter. The posi- tion pays $500 per month for a 40-hour week. Applicants must be 221, to 34 years old, 5'9" to 6'6" tall with proportionate weight and have 20/25 vision• A high school diploma is required. The prospective law-enforce- ment officers must pass a phy- sical, mental and oral test. The men must be registered voters and have lived in King County for at least one year. A $3 filing fee and three five- cent stamps are required to register at the K i n g County Courthouse during the lO-day filing period. Reelect FRANK ALIMENT for Mayor of Renton Fort Wright Gets Corporation Grant SPOKANE--Fort Wright Col- lege has received an unre- stricted cash grant of $1,098 from the Gulf Oil Corporation, college officials announced this week. The award was made to the local women's college un- der Gulf Oil's Aid-to-Education program for privately operated institutions. This brings the total of re- cent contributions to The Fort from corporations and individ- uals to $46,165• LEGAL NOTICE BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR  COURT OF THE State of Washington In and for the County of King FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- SOCIATION, a corporation, Plaintiff, vs. HERBERT L. PURCELL and AG- NES B. PURCELL, his wife, Defend- ants. No. 615356. Summons by Publl- cation. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO HER- BERT L. PURCELL and AGNES B. PURCELL, his wife, Defendanfs: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to appear within sixty (60) doys otter the first publication of this summons, to wit: wlthtn sixty (60) days after the 7th day of February, 1964, and defend the above entitled action and the above entitled cause and answer 1he complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your an- swer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at 1heir office as below stated; and in case of your failure so to do, a judgment" will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with the Clark of said court• The object of this action Is to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate in King County, described as: Lot 16 In Block 2, Country Lane Division No. 1, according to plat recorded in Volume 60 of Plots, page 14 and 15, In King County, Washington. and 1o obtain a decree eliminating any redemption rights of the defendants or in the alternative, to obtain a deficiency Judgment for the balance due on a promissory note secured by said mort- gage and for the other and usual inci- dents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. 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