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12--THE PROGRESS Fr;day, Nov. 8, 1963 L Concert i • " • i "1 1'' )" Father Szeman What Happened77 eeently we haven't heard much about the con- I, ditions in the Congo, and how the Church is be Milton Thompson, Eleanor progressing in this area. Ever snce the not too dis- Raeek and John Johanson. taut upheavals in that country, with its subsequent riots and mur- ders,' many Catholics are deeply interested and wonder--"Are there any more priests and Sisters working in the Congo? .... Have the missionaries all been killed? .... Have they left? .... What is going on there?" Actually, the majority of the missionaries, both the priests and Sisters, are still working in the Congo. Only a few areas of the country are without the missionaries that they had before the upheavals. In fact, missionaries in the Congo are no longer considered as an imminent danger. However, they report to us that continual outbreaks paralyze their apostolic efforts. Constant James W. Rogers is general chairman for the Third Order project :rid Mrs. Ann Finch is handling publicity. Officers of the fraternity are Dan Hill, prefect, and Stanley J. Michalek. Proceeds of the concert will be donated to the Tala leper colony in the Philippine Is- lands and the Lummi Indian Mission. Tickets are available • at St. Leo School, Aquinas Academy, Scheduled at Aquinas " i i 00tligiou00 ii: ?: CHRISTMAS CARDS SOLID PACK 25 per Box $100 :a! I from ......... • to Hare Your Christmas Cards Personalized Now! Finest of Christmas gifts now available . . . A small deposit will hold your selection for Christmas giving. racial and especially intertribal conflict and anarchy among the many magistrates, where it should least be found, are keeping things in a constant state of ferment. Social And Political Unrest The premature acquisition of fourteen new provinces since the Cono's independence, and the appointment of hundreds of inadequately trained administrators have intensified this coun- fusion. Within the army there is a high rate of disloyalty, and over 2,000 police were just recently found guilty of insubor- dination. This social and political unrest has caused economic hard- ship, unemployment, strikes, and a large black market. The "man in the street" lives in misery next to the sumptuous buildings of ministers and members of Parliament, who neglect God for their stomachs and pleasures. Due to graft, unjust taxes and mismanagement, it is almost hopeless for an energetic and ambitious person to improve his state. In true missionary areas outside of the metropolitan centers, the confusion is less pronounced, as Catholic priests, with few exceptions, remained at their posts during the turmoil of the past two years and the exodus that followed. But conditions are still far from satisfactory. Missionary personnel cannot keep up with the increasing number of students. Subsidies and building provisions have decreased at a frightful rate, and lay teach- ers, not paid in months, are suffering acute material privation. Recently, two women's movements are protesting against a proposed eampalgn in favor of legalized polygamy, claiming that "at a time when every effort is being made to emancipate women, it is unthinkable that polygamy should be allowed." Campaign To Raise Family Status Members of the National Movement of Congolese Women and the Christian Family Movement desire rather a general campaign to "raise the status of the family and to encourage all that this implies: respect for women and their mission; respect for conjugal fidelity and protection of children's morals." Yet, dispite these hardships in the presence of neopagan sects, materialism, indifferentism and a more prevalent return to superstition, Congo missionaries in their letters tell us that the impetus of the Faith is very strongly felt. Just the other day we got a letter from one of the mission- aries in this area who said, "in any country where the seed of Faith is planted in soil that has been watered by the blood of martyrs, that Faith ill win out." God bless ybu. e Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Direetcir of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Births ABERDEEN -- St. Joseph Hospital announces the following births to Mr. end Mrs.: Richard O. Dyer, boy, October 29; John K. Walczak, boy, October 29. Edward Stiplc, glrl, November 2. Donald Sampson, boy, November 3. BELLINGHAM--St. Joseph Hospital announces the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: David Dupont, girl, October 28. Jan Hoffmon, girl, October 28. Henry Hilloire, boy, October 20. Cecilia S. Luna, girl, October 31. CHEHALIS -- St. Helen Hospital announces the followlng births to Mr. and Mrs.: Richard L. Munflay, boy, October 30. Wayne Dykeman, girl, October 31. Gerald Luckow, boy, October 31. Frank R. Hess, girl, October 31. SEATTLE--Providence Hospital an- nounces the following births to ,Mr. and Mrs.: Joseph Bull, girl, October 28. Lawrence Flood, boy, October 20. Joseph Gordon, boy• October 28. Alien Logan, boy, October 28. William Thompson, bay, October 28. Thomas Bishop, Jr., girl, October 29. Robert Sargies, boy, October 29. John Torlal, boy,. October 29. John Urrutla, g/rl, October 29. Donald Denckla, girl, October 30. Robert Hanscom, Jr., boy, October 30. Edward Mil/er, boy• October 30. John Fecker, boy, October 31. John Llewellyn, girl, November 2. Weston Colbo, girl, November 3• Leonard Herman, girl, November 3. John Holbron, Jr., twin boys, November 3. William Sauerbrey, girl, November 3. t . serving all faiths centrally located FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1634 llth Avenue • EAst 2.7484 one block north of p/ne street Boyle's Pharmacy and at the door. 00the KAUFER C0 Father Rahner • . To Succeed . . | J  4th at STEWART MA 2-4173 Msgr. Guardlm CONF00RRZNG with Mrs. Paul L. Barrick, left, Clef Dwellers rel:resentative , are James it also .. Spokane Tacoma Portland w. Rogers, center, general chairman for the concert being sponsored by the Third Order MUNICH, Germany (NC) -- of St. Francis, St. George Fraternity of Tacoma, and Mrs. Ann Finch, right, Third Order Msgr. Romano Guardini. inter- publicity chairman. The concert will be at8 p.m. Sunday. Nov. 10. at Aquinas Academy. ) I '---'II fiat ._;- catholic su,,,.,l;es,,,, nationally k n o w n theologian and writer, will be succeeded as professor of the philosophy of religion at the University of Munich by another scholar of world renown, Rev. Karl Rahn- or, S.J. Msgr. Guardini, now 78 years old and in poor health, is due LEGAL NOTICES CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate, 326 W. Mocker, P.O. •ox 148 Kent, Wash. ALEXANDER L. CAIN Attorney for Estate, 918 Jos. Vance •ldg. Seattle, Wash. State of Washington OFFICE OF SUPERVISOR OF WATER RESOURCE5 Department of Conservation MADISON LUMBER CO. to retire shortly. Father Rahn- or, one of the official experts of the Second Vatican Council, has agreed to begin his lec- tures at the state university here as soon as he can be re- lieved of his present duties at the University of Innsburck in Austria. LEGAL NOTICES H Attorneys 1407 A aska Bui/dlng Seattle 4 Washington MAIn 2-5366 [IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE [ State of Washington In and for : ' County of King the FEDERICI, Deceased. In Probate. No. 156984. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that Vera As- tesono, admlnlstratrix de bonis non of the Estate of Thomas Federici, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distrl- Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge sold admlnistratrix de bonls non; and that said Report end petition will be proof of such service within six months Range 5 E. W.M., in King County. heard on the 4th day of December• 1963, after the date of first, publication of th s l Any objections must be accompan/ed notice or the same w I be barred J by a two dollar ($2 00) recordina fe = atprobate9:30 A.M.,Departmentat the CoUrtof saidR°°mcourt°f theat Date of first publication Novemberland filed with the Siate SupervisOr o'f which time and place any person inter. 8, 1963. Water Resources withln thirty (30] days ested In said Estate may appear and ARTHUR A. LARCH from November 15, 1963. file oblectlons thereto and contest the same. Dated this 30th day of October, 1963. Date of first publication, November • Pahrts, Lgmbe˘ aed Hardware • IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Olympia State of Washington for the County State of Washington for the County NOTICE OF WATER RIGHT 2021 E. Ma&son EAst 2-8080 of King In the Matter of the Estate of THOMAS butlon• asking the Court to settle said i tAkev,ew 4-0666 • Seattle of King APPLICATION NO. 18187 IN the Matter of the Estate of ANNA TAKE NOTICE: C. FOLEY, Deceased. In Probate. No. That Earl R. Weber of Bellevue, Wash. 173805. Notice fo Creditors ington, on October 4, 1963, filed applica. Notice is hereby given that the under- tlon for permit to divert the public signed has been appointed and has waters of "Unnamed Creek", a tributary qualified as Executor of the estate of of "....", In the amount of 0.014 second. Anna C. Foley, Deceased; that all per- foot, subject to existing rights, during sons having claims against sald de- Irrigation season each year for the Fur- ceased are hereby required to serve; pose of Irrigation; continuously for stock- the same duly verified, on sold Executor iwater and beautification; that the ap- or his attorney of record at the address proximale point of diversion Is located below stated and file the some w thrwithin the SW%SW%NWV4 and NWV,- the Clerk of said Court, together with NW%SW% of Section 29, Township 25 N., Executor of said Estate. i Witness my hand and official seal this 918 Joseph Vance Bldg. 15th day of October, 1963. Seattle, Wash. ] ; M.G. WALKER, ALEXANDER L. CAIN State Supervisor of Water FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS- 8, 1963. Attorney for Estate, i Resources SOCIATION, INC., a corporation, Plain- NORMAN R. RIDDELL, 918 Jos. Vance Bdg. I tiff. vs. ROBERT M. TAZIOLI and Clerk of said Court. Seattle, Wash• JEAN TAZIOLI, his wife, STATE By R. S. HOFEDITZ Final 11- 22-63 ROBERT H. LAMB WIDE CONSTRUCTION CO., INC., a Deputy. -- BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY ........... Attorneys for Estate, corporation, and REYNOLDS ALUM. CURRAN & CURRAN CURRAN & CURRAN 1407 Alaska BulldJng Attorneys for Estate, I Seattle, Wash. INUM ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION, Attorneys for Estate, j 326 W. Meoker, P.O. Box 148 Defendants. No. 609977.. Summons By 326 W. Mocker, P.O. Box 148 Kent, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Peal;cation. Kent, Wash. I IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County THE STATE OF WASHINGTON Final 11-22-63 I of King To the said Robert M Taz oil and -- --I State of Washington for the County In the Matter of the Estate of BERTHA Jeer. Tazioli, his wife, defendants. ; KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, of King. You are hereby summoned to "appear t KOCH & GRANBERG ln the Matter of 1he Estate of HILDA I EGLI, Deceased. In Probate. No. within sixty (60) days otter the date oft Attorneys for Estate L. NICKSlC, Deceased. In Probate. 173819. Notice to Creditors. the first publication of this Summons to/ 12t0.1411 Fourth Av. Bldg. - No. 17817. Notice to Creditors• Notice is hereby given that the under- wit: within sixty (60) days after 'thai Seattle, Wash. Notice is hereby given thai the under- signed has been appointed end has 18th day of October, 1963, and defend l IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE stgned has been appointed and has l qualified as executor of the estate of the above entitled action n the above State of Washington for the Count qualified as executor of the estate of! Bertha Egli, Deceased; that all persons entit:ed cause and answer the complaint of King Y Hltda L. NIcksic, Deceased; that all'having claims against said deceased of the plaintiff and serve a copy of Your answer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plolntiff at their office below as stated; and in case of your failure so to do, ludgment will be granted against you according to the demands of the complaint, which has been flied with the clerk of said court. The object of this action ls to fore- close a mortgage upon real estate in King County, Washington described as: Lot 7, Block 4, Hemlock Acres, ac- cording to plat recorded in Volume 44 of Plats, page 5, in King County, In the Matter of the Estate of MARTIN BANESSAN, Deceased. tn Probate. No. 166502. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Ronald R. Lister, adminlstrotor of the Estate of Martin Banessan, Deceased, has flied In the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for dis- tribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said Ronald R. Lister; and that sold Washington; Report and petition will be heard on the 29th day of November, 1963, at and to obtain a deficiency ludgment for 9•30 A M at the Court Roe I the balance due on ..^ ....... . • • . m of the. a . y Ilu/e secured by said mortaae 'an{n. *k Probate Department of said Court at l other and usual In -'''---'Lm , m m=" .,-,....,,e which time and place any person nter-' closure of area estate'mort-gage.  ,ore-file blectionseStedoinSald Estate may appear and ROBERT H LAMB " ' I " thereto and contest the] ' BRUMBACl 1' & HENNESSEY same. [ Attorneys for Plaintiff baTed Tats 29th day of October 1963. 1407 Alaska Bu Iding Date at first publication .= Seattle 4, Washington 8, 1963. MAIn2-5366 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. --Final 11/22, '63 By R. S. HOFEDITZ nRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Deputy. Attorneys KARR, TUTTLE, CAMPBELL, KOCH 1407 Alaska Building & GRANBERG Seattle 4, Washington Attorneys for Estate, MAin 2.5366 1210-1411 Fourth Ave. Budg. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THEseatte• Wash. State of Washington in and for the County of King Final 1t-22-63 Federal o S;2 er L LAWRENCE K. MCDONELL FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE AS .r of SOCIATION• INC., a corporation, Plain-I REGAL AND MCDONELL rift, vs. MAYNARD J. JEFFREY and Attorneys LEILA JEFFREY, his wife; and MILES PURVES d/b/,a HIGHLINE $77 Dexter Horton Building BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY, and JANE DOE PURVES, his wife, De- fendants. No. 607784. SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION THE STATE OF WASHfNGTON To Maynard J. Jeffrey, defendant here. In'ou-- are hereby summoned to appear within sixty (60) days offer the date of the first publication of this summons, to wit: within sixty days after the 18th day of October, 1963, end defend the above lentitled action In the above entitled cause and answer the complaint of the plaintiff and serve a copy of your an- swer upon the undersigned attorneys for the plaintiff at their office below as stated; and In case of your failure so to do, ludgment will be rendered against you m accordance with the demands of the complaint, which has been filed with Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of WILLIAM RALPH HENDRY, Deceased. In Pre. bate. No. 156942. Notice of Hearing Final Report and Petition of Distribu. tlon Notice Is hereby given that IDA G. HENDRY, Admlnistratrlx of the Estate of William Ralph Hendry, has filed in the office of the Clerk of said Court her final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report dlstr bute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to discharge said petition will be heard on the 26th day of November, ]963, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate Deportment a n are hereby required to serve the same persons having claims gal st said de- ............... c-d ar hrhv, renuJred to serveidUly verified, on said Executor or his • I statutory agent Robert H Lamb or h s the some duly verified, on sed executor. . , • nr I˘; nt v n r t t [aTtorneys of record at the address below __ h .... torn__ _f ecord a he ad- ' == ho .... ";td -n ' fil th ..... lstated and file the same with the Clerk wth the Cerk of said Court, togetherlOf sald Court, together with proof of wt' h proof of such serv ce w th n s x I such service within six. months after months after the date of f rst pub cat on, the date of first pubhcation of this  h = ,Ho ^ h = , I h notice or the same will be barred .... I ...... , ............... ' barred. Date of first publication November Date of first publication November 8, 1963. 8, 1963. SAMUEL L. EGLI, SR. William H. Nickslc Executor of said Estate. Executor of said Estate. 1407 Alaska Building 326 W. Mocker, P.O. Box 140, Seattle, Wash. Kent, Wash. ROBERT H. LAMB CURRAN & CURRAN BRUMBACH & HENNESSEY Attorneys for Estate, I Attorneys for Estate, 326 W. Meeker, P.O. Box 140 1407 Alaska Bulldlng Kent, Wash. Seattle, Wash• Final 11-22-631 Final 11-22-63 , Delightful Din{n,g "In Relaxing Atmosphere Broiled Steaks... Chicken ... Seafood WEEK-END SPECIAL!00L At Your Fav0rlte... "qlW" With a purchase of 4 Sylvania Soft-White Bulbs (60, 7S and 100 watts) You Can Purchase U&I SUGAR 19' Pounds PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY & SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 8-9 Admlnlstratrix; and that said Report and n theOrgenscerletSfylingSTree RoombY PhilfromOdel7 P.M. I ACRESc MOF* GGCLAMS the clerk of said court, of said Court, at which time and place any person interested In said Estate may COCKTAIL LOUNGE The object of this action Is fo fore-appear and file oblections thereto and --LA-- DI--ER dose a mortgage upon real estate in contest the same. 66tk and Roosevelt Way N.E. LA. 3-71E3 King County, Washington, described as follovs Dated this 24th day of October, 1963• Dote of first publication, November 1, Lot 16, Block 3, Glen Echo AdditiOn, 1963. ROOM according to plat recorded In volume CHICKEN PRIHE RIB 53 of plats, page 91, In King County, NORMAN R. RIDDELL  1 i :./  Washington; Clerk of said Court :ii]i[i:i::::iiiiii: ' ey R.s..OFED,TZ T .................... ' "   SEAFOOD STEAK UNPARALLELED Deputy ::: ::i:::i:ii i .........  oo  :E K. MCOONELL RAVENSCROF ii::::ii!i::ii:::!i:::i r'fcArNgstc/:DONELLHorton Building HARRY II I opens p.m. to9 p.m, FOR GOOD FOOD II " - LUAU Wed. lruSot. F hal 11-15-63 ii::!:ii:i:ii!:.!iii:.i RESTAURANT L . .'.:!::: :::: : : ,,....,,...s..,., & ATMOSPHERE - CORBETR--N ,',iii!i!i:i:;iii::iii;ii:i:i Banquets. Group Luncheons. FOOT O' MADISON STREET =. , ,, ,..I Attorneys for Eslale ' Receptions (Soeclol Pletas for Children) --"-'-'a-I/AMI GS .... '-°l " Seattle84 Logan1, W*shmgto.BUlldmg . UNIVERSITY DISTRICT III BARBECUE PIER 54 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE HI I AMPLE PARKING rlRT" Blfg.tl eOFcou ltyTE] InTwOMEy,State of Washington for Klng CountY170500.fhe MatterNotlceDeceased.OfoftheHearlngEStateln Probate.Final°f NELLReportNo.E FiNE PIZZA III RESTAURANT I '"' ononoos__ e of CAR/EL Notice is hereby given thaf Julia AND Itl 11 A.M.- 2 A.M. EN C. WL. IConnolly, the duly appointed and acting ...... .... III (Closed Sund.) C0cktells LACE, Deceased. In Probate. No. Adminlstrafrtx of the Estate of Nellie ng I al Re-Twomey, Deceased, has filed In the .eal ula 0umry 3Iyle ........ :*: drlbL on. ]office of the Clerk of sold Cburt her H| LUNCHES-DiNNERS-SNACKS • Illlr/f_,ll"-.-aB and that :red M. tflna Reportondpetltion fordistrlbutlon, III the ,tare of]asking the Court to settle sald Report ITALIAN DINNERS ill Fine Wines en C Wollace, ldisfribufe the property to the persons the :terk of thereto entitled and to discharge sad E SPECIAL t an petlflonJAdministratrix; and that said Report ORDERS TO GO li/ S AFOOD MENU Cue to set-,and petition will be heard on the 3rd Open Daily from 12 Noon Ill., , i GASPERETT I idni ht Closed Men cnTerra nment Nightly m the the 0roperty/day of December, 1963, of 9:30 A.M. ot Sun., 4 to M g . . " /. led a | to dls./the Court Room of the Probate Deport- and atsald[ment of said Court at whch tme and 11/ Tropic Hut j ROMA CAFE , boa I on the Iplace d// person Interested in sold at 30 A.M. IEstate may appear and file oblectons t Pr, ate De- thereto and contest the same it w ch tlme Dated this 1st day of November, 1963. 111 ,14 EROADWAY EAST I reste In sold Date of first pub cation, November I "An Old Favorite in veme'fire :r,'lectl°nslS'1963,11 1963.,ClerkNORMANof soldR' RIDDELL,court. :::ltllillB!00 II I . =°68., I . e. .co.o." l:lllE-.p' .. POT-- ,o..-" .**......." 'ELL , Deputy " - -" " Ill 'BANQUET FACILITIES' | Sot,,4 CJosed .,. ' "Ai Z; D ,uty. Attorneys for Estate :-/ III is, 047 Logan Building I Seattle 1, Washington I I 3"5932 I Select from / NOTE: Administratrix Wi request thot I When you patron,ze these f!rms listed in the I 220 4th South I Progress Gourmet -- the Court sign a Decree of Distr-] / but on in' the form attached. Final 11 22-.-631 FI I / - n,, 11.,, 1 Gourmet Lane, please mention The Progress I i, alock No. Trein Depotsl and to obtain a deficiency ludgment for the balance due On a promissory note LAWRENCE K MCDONELL secured by said mortgage and for theo f REGAL AN':'u MCDONELL other and usual Incidents to the foreclos, lA. "e '' *o" =o*-- ,,or. y= = • a, ure of gRrtBeaHte&m4aNg.SSEY 577 Dexter Horton'=Buildlng I Seattle Wash Attorneys for Plaintiff ' • 1407 Alaska Building SeaHle 4, Washington MAin 2-5366. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS Attorney 1008 Olympic Not'l. Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of CARMEL WALLACE, a/k/a HELEN C. WAL- 168791. Notice of Hearing Final Re- port and Petition for Distribution. Notice is hereby given that Fred M. Brown, Administrator of the Estate of Carmel Wallace, a/k/a Helen C. Wallace has f led n the office of the Clerk of said Court his final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to set- tle said Report, distribute the property to the persons thereto entitled and to dis. charge said Administrator; and that said Report and petition will b heard on the 6th day of December, 1963, at 9:30 A.M. at the Court Room of the Probate De- partment of sold Court, at which time end place any person Interested In said Estate may appear and file oblectlons thereto and contest the some. Dated this 5th day of November, 1963. Date of first publication Nov. 0, 1963. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of sold Court. By R. S. HOFEDITZ; Deputy. THEODORE P. CUMMINGS, Attorney for Estate, 1008 O:ympic Notq. Bldg. Seattle, Wash. MA 4-8887