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J2--THE PROGRESS Friday, Aprll 17, 1964 Did You Know? ? Every now and then we find a few interesting tid- bits and statistics which we feel would be profitable to pass on to our readers• DID YOU KNOW... that the 12 million Catho- lics of Peru have less than 2,000 priests to answer all their spirit- ual needs? Twenty-nine parishes of more than 10,000 have no pastor in residence, and 78 smaller parishes also lack a priest. • . . that Pakistan has the greatest number of kidnapped children--more than 3,000 in a single year--who are sold in the Near East and exploited in varied occupations by their kid- nappers? This activity has been increasing at a terrible rate. • . . that Uganda's government is pressing for more con- trol over education? Up to now the majority of the schools have been conducted by Religious. Catholic primary schools have 2?4,000 students, Anglican schools have 229,000, while the 4,000 secondary students are divided between government, Mus- lim and private schools. • . . that the first seminary in Denmark is under construc- tion? Up to now, future Danish priests have been obliged to study for the priesthood in other countries. • . . that construction work will begin this year in Africa on a railway to cross Cameroun at a cost of 230 million French francs? It will unit the capital, Yaounde, with N'Gaoundere in Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman. Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 the north, a distance of 450 miles. Connecting the isolated and dispersed tribes of the north, it will greatly facilitate missionary activity. • . . that the most southern radio station in the world, a short wave station with 800 km. range, has been erected in the Salesian Mission on the Rio Grande in the Argentinian part of Tierra del Fuego? • . . that more than one-fourth of Australia's population is Catholic? Anglicans represent 40 per cent of the poulation. Since 1954, the number of Catholics has increased by 559,000. • . . that one-third of the world's Catholics live in Latin America, yet 70 per cent of them do not know the funda- mentals of the Faith? Ninety-eight per cent of the 200 million are baptized, but only one-third make their First Communion. • . . that Sudanese postal and telegraph authorities have issued a stamp reproducing a fresco of the Blessed Mother dating from Christian antiquity? The fresco, well-preserved in the ruins of a church in Wadi.Halfa in the Sudan, proves that Christianity penetrated fairly high into the valley of the Nile in the first centuries. IN AFRICAN missions, priests rely on the old to teach the young. The African Church, unless it can gain support from all Catholics, will develop slowly amid the discourag- ing atmosphere of other ideologies: of every 10 African converts, eight now become Moslems, one a Protestant and only one a Catholic• If the Church is to spread more quickly in Africa, it must be through native priests. Won't you support a young man for the priesthood? It costs The Society for the Propagation of theFaith $250 for one year, $1,500 for his entire training. Congratulations to children of the Archdiocese who take such an active part in the Holy Childhood Association by ransoming pagan babies. The following are on the Annals Honor Roll: St. Luke's School, Seattle ................................ 10 babies St. Alphonsus, Seattle ................................... 4 babies St. Joseph' s School, Seattle ..... ;..., .................... 3 babies Sacred Heart CCD, Tacoma .............................. 1 baby Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. WE CAN SUPPLY - !" Everything FOR  N BEAUTIFUL WEDDING  RECEPTIONS • BANOUETS Largo or Small Private ' ur'i Dinner Parties .--..?ld EXCELLENT LOVELY CUISINE APPOINTMENTS For Reservations Phone THE SORRENTO Terry at Madison, Seattle MA 2-6400 Everett K of C Gives Projector to School EVERETT COUNCIL, Knights of Columbus, recently presented a new picture projector to Immaculate Conception School. Making the presentation to Sister Paul Marian, princi- pal, were Robert Fay, center, grand knight, and Frank Hart, past grand knight. St. Philomena's Communicants Number 145 Pupils of St. Philomena's School and Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes re- ceived First Holy Communion at the 8:30 a.m. Mass Saturday, April 11. The Rev. Joseph Or- pen, pastor of St. Philomena's, was celebrant• Following are the names of the 145 communicants: Boys--Thomas Absher, Mark Acclmus, Michael Adair, Crald eannerd, Jerry Breed, Michael Brennan, Tommy Cain, Robert Castagna, Donald Charlesan, Patrick Chrlstenson, Richard Clement, Chris Corfman, Stephen Crandall, Dan- ny DesLaurler, Kirk Ehlers, Chris Featherstone, Charles Flynn, Curtis Gofhler, Gary Green, William Guns. Peter Hansen, Jeff Harum, Bert Hlntz, Michael Halley, John Humphrey, Michael Islava, Jerry Johnson, Nlcky Johnson, Kelth Knee, Kurt Kraft, Wil- liam Losfeben, Michael Lecnettl, Thom- as McCall, Hugh McCture, Mark Man- nard, Jeff Marsh, Charles Matteson, Wayne Matthews. Bill Michllk, Kenny Miller, Patrick Meehrle, David Motfat, Russell Mur- ray, Tony Pensula, Thomas Rlchards, Warren Riggtns, John Rust, Chris Scott, Jan SkilJingslad, John Stevenson, Doug Tostenson, V e o n Towsley, Kenneth Troup, Richard Way, Walter Welgle, Jackle Wieclenhoft, Robert Wlntholtz, Robert Zuluaga. Glrli--Laurle Anthony, Diane Afwoad, Susan Barclay, Deanna Belleque, Linda Blnnle, Mary Blomborg, Lee Ann Bow- man, Maureen Buck, Darrah Surnett, Sandra Carpine, Katherine Chrlstensen, Darlene Coombs, Kathleen Dahl, Col- leen Dantzfer, Llnda Dekker, Terry Donahue, Kelll Doran, Patrlcla Ek- land, Patrlcla EIIIott, Llzann EIIsworth, Denise Farmer, Katherine Flfteld, Joyce Foss, Maureen Fraher, Cathy Gebhardt, Mary Gokey, Lorl Gower. Donna Hagberg, Denise Hammeff, Mlchele Herlot, Marlorle Hlne, Kafh- leen Hugo, Patty Huster, Colleen John- son, Ursula Julum, Deborah Kaln, Debra Koepenlck, Gloria Koepplng, Maurean Kohler, Jacquelyn Londry, Susan Lang, Sheryl Lemmon, Korea Llndblad, Judy LIndreth, Karen Long, Randall Long, KIm McClung, Penny McHugh, K a r I n Marasko, Margaret Martelll, Alberta Matluck, Barbara Matluck, Korea Miller, Ktm Mohr. Kathla Marina, Claire Murray, Julle Opstad, Pam Opstad, Robin Opstad, Carol Pagano, Phyllis Pendergraft, An- Ita Pc!tiff, Valerle Pfltzner, Amelia Pochepan, Robyn Pennacbl, Marllyn Porter, Jacquellne Randall, Llnda Rice, Tlna Roberts, Jean Roblneff, Debby Rueschenberg, Krlstl St. Martin, Lu Ann Sauder, Cynthia Savlo, Margaret Segadelll, Sandra Thomas, Barbara Van Horn, Debra Vertes, Carol Welch, Vir- ginia White, Susan Wilson, Lisa Yonaka. Symposium Set At Ft. Wright ROSEMARY PIPERNO SPOKANE -- The Rev. Mark M. Donnelly, O.P., pastor of Blessed Sacrament Church, Se- attle, will address a Fort Wright College symposium, April 21-22, on the subject of "Freedom of Conscience and Inquiry." Chairman of a student com- mittee on arrangements is Rosemary Piperno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Piperno, 1516 N.W. 61st, Seattle, and a graduate of Blanchet High School. Miss Piperno, a biology major and a senior at The Fort, in January completed a year's term as president of the Associated Students. Births SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital re- ports the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: James as!land, boy, March 27. John Stevenson, boy, March 30. Victor Manea, boy, March 30. Edward Curtis, boy, March 30. Eamond Smith, boy, March 30. Douglas Johnson, boy, March 30. Ralph Granlllo, boy, March 31. Orville McCortney, boy, March 31. Bernard Darllek, boy, April 1. Lawrence Jergens, girl, April 1. Eugene Sammy, girl, April 1. Jordan Sinclair, boy, April 1. Leo Roberts, girl, April 1. Lawrence Schmltt, girl, April 2. Thomas Weber, boy, April 2. Dominic McGulre, boy, April 2. Wilfred Chamberlin, girl, April 2. Donald Grlffus, boy, April 3. Verne Woods, girl, April 3. Herbert Marks, boy, April 3. Robert Conrad, girl, April 3. Thomas PeIW Jr., boy, April 3. Victor Feltln, boy, April 3. John Ogden, boy, April 4. Gerard Kerkot, boy, April 4. Edward O'Brlen, boy, April 3. Fredrlc Cam ski, girl, April 6. Richard Mannlkko, boy, April 6. Donald Wass, boy, April 6. Va eat ne Fischer, boy, April 7. Robert Underbrlnk, glr, April 7. Bobby Washing!an, girl, April S. LeRoy Whltehill, boy, April S. Dana d Bennett, boy, April 9. Arthur Grandbols, girl, April 9. Wtlllam Lundberg, girl, April 9. George Vogel, girl, April 9. Thomas Gaynor Jr., girl, April 10. Joseph Phillips, girl, April 10. Arnold Paterson, boy, April 11. David Rogers, boy, April 12. CJlarle| Sohnly, boy, April 12. Burse Party at Olympic THE ST. MARTIN'S Mother Club annual burse party will be at 1 p.m., Thursday, April 23, in the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Mrs. Guy W. Lee, left, and Mrs. Frank Conklin, are among officers and board members serv- ing on the committee. Among others are the Mesdames James J. McNamara, Frank G. Johnson, Lyle Wilkinson and J. A. Swalwell. --(Photo by W. C. Heib, it.) 38 Students On St. Mary's Honor Roll TOLEDO -- Thirty-eight stu- dents of St. Mary's Academy achieved at least a 3.0 grade point average for the third quarter. They are: SENIORS--Morllyn Brown, Carol Ouennagel, Mary Clear, Judy Coppage, Kathy Eisner, Anne England, Mary Harle, Vlcki Kann, Marguerite Kaiser, Susan La Fond, Helen McCord, Jane Maxwell, Louise Meyer and Shirley Oczkewlcz. JUNIORS--Rosemary Busby, Mary Ellen Garvey, Pat Hollahan, Rosalie Kastel, Ann Melchior, Betty Monahan, Jan Scheurlch, Barbara Wood and Kathy Zmlaovlch. SOPHOMORES--Janet eouchard, DI- anne Dugaw, Ida Shllter, Dolores Tome- kin, Boverlee Whaley and Margle Zatloukal. FRESHMEN--Jean Chapados, Su- sanne Coppage, Charlene DIdler, Krls Dugaw, Barbara Habersetzer, Janlce John, Alone Reynolds, Barbara Roos, Barbara $cheurlch and Evelyn Wll- Ilamsan. Susanne Coppage, a fresh- man at St. Mary's Academy, won the Junior Sweepstakes at the Puget Sound Science Fair in Tacoma April 9. Susanne also received a citation from the Woman's Auxiliary of the American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers. Citations also were awarded to Marilyn Brown, Army; Kathy Zmiarovich, Army and Air Force; and Dianne Dugaw, Medical Technologists. Barbara Habersetzser and Marilyn Brown received first place in their divisions• Receiving honorable mention were Dianne Dugaw, Kris Du- gaw, Cathy Gibbons, Pat Hollo- ban, Janice John, Linda Lan- ata, Helen McCord, Susan O'8 oyle Shirley Oczkewicz, Susan Russ, Kathy Shea, Bar- bara Wood and Kathy Zmiaro- vich. LEGAL NOTICE WILLIAMS & PERLMAN Attorneys 1306 North 175th Highland Medical Plaza Seattle, Washington 98133 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Stale of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of ANNA L. Guest, Deceased. In Probate. No, 175788. Notice To Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appointed and has quail* fled as Executrix of the estate of ANNA L. GUEST, Deceased; that oll persons having claims against said de-- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said MARY R. ANDERSON or her attorneys of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service within Six months after the dote of first publi- cation of this notice, or ;he same will be barred. Date of first publication Aprlt 17, 1964. MARY R. ANDERSON, Executrix of said Estate. 14333 Corllss Ave. N., Seattle, Washington 98133 WILLIAMS & PERLMAN, Attorneys for Estate, By PAUL M. WILLIAMS, Highland Medical Plaza, 1306 N. 175th, Seattle, Washing!an I=lnal 5-1-64 U. of Detroit Selects Jesuit The Rev. Thomas D. Sulli- van, S.J., of Seattle Prep, is among 26 high school mathe- matics teachers selected by the University of Detroit for its 1964-65 academic institute, according to Dr. Lyle E. Mehl- enbacher, institute director. The institute is financed by grants from the National Sci- ence Foundation. Each participant will take a full load of graduate courses leading to either a master of arts in teaching of mathe- matics degree or the master of arts degree in mathematics. The stipend for each partici- pant is $3,000 plus allowance for textbooks and free tuition. LEGAL NOTICES ERUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys 1407 Alaska Building Seattle, Washington 98104 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. GLENN CANADAY and BETTY JEAN CANADAY, his wife, end CITY OF SEATTLE, a municipal corporation, Defendants. SUMMONS BY PUBLICA- TION. No. 618790. THE STATE OF WASHINGTON TO: GLENN CANADAY and BETTY JEAN CANADAY, his wife, Defendants: YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED to i appear within sixty (60) days after the i flrst publieatlon of thls summons, ta-wlt: wlthln sixty (60] days after the 10th day lot Apr I, 1964, and defend the above en- titled action and the above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plain- tiff at their 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 clerk of said court. The oblect of thls action Is to foreclose la mortgage pon real estate In King ;County, Washington, described as: The West 75 feet of the East 140 feet of Lot 1, Block 1, Greenwood Avenue Suburban Homes, according to plat recorded In Volume 16 of Plats, page 51, In King County, Washington; and to obtain a decree eliminating any redemption rights of the defendants or, In the alternative, to obtain a deficiency ludgment for the balance due on o prom- Issary note signed by sold mortgagors and for the other and usual Incidents to the foreclosure of a real estate mortgage. First Publication 4-10-64. ROBERT H. LAMB BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Plaintiff BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY, 1407 Alaska Building, Seattle, Washington 98104. Final 5.15-64 ROBERT I. aDaM Attorney 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N.E. seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Mailer of the Estate of ANNABEL M. LANGAN, Deceased. In Probate. No. 175887. Notice ta Creditors. Notice Is hereby given that the under- signed has been appolnled and has qualified as Executor of the estate of Annabel M. Langan, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same duly verified, on said Executor or his attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof af such service within six months after the date of first publication of this rice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication April 10, 1964. MARK A. KNOWLTON Executor of said Estate. 12605 Shorewood Drive S.W. Seattle, Wash. ROBERT L aDaM Attorney for Estate, 4347 Brooklyn Ave. N.E. Seattle, Wash. Final 4-24-64 ORDINATION GIFTS from KAUFER'S Priest's Sick Call Set Black leather case, contains ritual, stole, linens, can- dies, oil stock, holy water container. 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