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v. 30, 1962PROCRESS -- Chorus Faces Busy Slate OL00MPIA--AbusyDeeem- bet, schedule faces the St. Mar- tin s :College Male Chorus, di- • reeled by Roy. Eugene Kellen- The 32-member chorus will give an evening concert at Assumption Parish Hall in • . .. Seattle Sunday, Dec. 9, be- " "'' ke-"T'-/x Father Szeman fore appearing in Tacoma December t2 at St. Frances Cabrini Parish. An EnD TO cOnUERSlOn? w,, Canadhn==tour, bringing the collegians to Vancouver De- t times our attention is so occupied by the things comber 7 and to Aldergrove the around us that we do not see what is going on following evening. A home concert will be pro- ira the rest of the world. Here are a few examples of seated at the Abbey Theater modern day persecution from different parts of the world: December 16. The chorus also features Sudan four musical units. They are "No missionary society or member thereof shall do any the Classmates, doing barber- missionary oct in the Sudan" without a license granted by the shop melodies, the Folksing- Council of Ministers! This latest of the anti-mission laws of the ere, the Four Freshmen and MoMem-dominated government of Sudan becomes effective in a small jazz combo. The December. Thereafter, further conversions to Christianity will singing quartets are available be virtually impossible. The term "missionary act" is supported for single engagements. The chorus has produced two to cover teaching. Since the law does not distinguish between record albums, "St. Martin's Christian and pagan, even children of Catholic parents will be Male Chorus in Song and denied instruction. Sanctuary," and "St. Martin's This Missionary Societies Act (its official name) comes as Male Chorus on Tour." no surprise- there have been continuous attempts to suppress The latter album has re- Christianity ever since the Sudan became independent in 1956. corded more than 700 sales in Church schools have been confiscated, new missionaries for- both monaural and stereo. A third record is planned for bidden entry, resident missionaries expelled. In addition, many spring release. of the country's 470,000 Catholics opposing the government's Tiffs year's singers c o m e campaign have lost their jobs. Parents are forced to get per- from Washington, Oregon, Ida- Seattle Sister Gives Ironing Lesson mission from the police to have their children baptized, ha, Massachusetts, Connecticut, THE SEATTLE ARCHDIOCESE played a major role in the early American nfission The new law also limits social activities, bans admittance of California and Guam. efforts as seen in recently published "Maryknoll Sisters: A Pictorial History." Among religious candidates under 18 for training without the consent ' the early Maryknoll Sisters who helped found this largest American mission order for of their legal guardians and dictates that abandoned babies be LEGAL NOTICE women, now at work throughout the world are six from the Seattle area. There are 19 handed over to authorities, who will place them in Moslem  from the Archdiocese in the order. Pictured above is Sister Mary Agnese, the daughter orphanages. JAMES J. McBRIDE Afforney of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Dillon of St. Catherine Parish, Seattle. She is the sister of Rev. 4741'h Rainier Avenue South Desmond Dillon, director of Catholic Charities in the Yakima Diocese. Sister is seen Pakistan so,mR Christian missions have been attacked in the National As- mStoteTHEofSUPERIORwashlngtonCOURTfor theOF:counIyTHE with one of her little charges at the Maul Children's Home in Hawaii. of King sembly, as concern rises over the reported conversion of 8,000 In the Matter of the Estate of MARTIN Muslims to Christianity last year. The charges of anti-Islamic NEiLNo. 165436.HAGNESS'Notlce Deceased.of HearlnglnFinaIPr°bate'Re. Jeremiah Long Prediction Fulfilled As Parish activities seem unlikely, as Christian schools recently authorized port and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that Della M. New Head Of Wins Fifth Convert of Year Hagness, Administratrix of the Estate of Martin Nell Hagness, has filed In the omce of the Oerk of said court her Heart Drive WADESBORO, N.C., (NC)--A seated once each week at final Report and petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, bishop's prediction came true weekday Mass. "I1 you do distribute the property to the persons Jeremiah M. Long, Seattle on schedule here. this," he said, 'TII guarantee KAU]E:ER S 1' Cathohc Gift Headquarters ) I ..... .-CHRIST IS CHRISTMA- " CRIB SETS . . . Outdoor Crib figures, both the full round figures d and the flat lithoqraphed fiqures: 60% lifesize and full lifosize: priced from 14.95 per set. Imported Crib sets, our own imports from Italy, in sizes from 3 inch to 12 inch: 3 piece, 12 piece and 20 piece sets; both traditional colors and the unique "Val Gardena" coloring; priced from 4.00 per set. ) STABLES . . . We carry in our stock stables for all of the sets listed above. Many different designs. Some Crib sets come complete with stables. Priced from 1.50. Use our convenient "Christmas Lay-Away" plan. A small down payment wilt hold any item until Christmas. Gift Certificates--especially/or the Clergy and Religious d F The Kaufer Co. CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE Established 1904 The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store SEATTLE: 1904 Fourth Avenue, MAIn 2-4173 TACOMA: 744 Broadway, MArket 7-2702 Steres Also in Spokane and Portland Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4--MA. 2-8B80 thereto entitled and to discharge said attorney and a member of St. Administratrix; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 12th Monica Parish, Mercer Island, day of December, 1962, at 9:30 A.M. at state-subsidized Moslem teachers to give Islamic instruction to the Court Room of the Probate Depart- ment of said Court, at which time and Mohammedan students! place any person interested in said Government officials promised to investigate, but warned Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. that repressive measures against Christian missionaries could Dated this 14th day of November, 1962. Date of first publication November 16, bring similar restrictinv, or Moslem missionaries now propagat- 1962. ing Islam in Asia and the Far East. NORMAN R. mDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By R. S. Hofedltz, Deputy. Nepal JAMES J. McBRIDE Ban on conversions in this Himalayan country has limited Attorney for Estate, 4741V2 Rainier Avenue South Catholics to some 200 foreigners, working in technical and ed- Seattle, Wash. that you'll have five converts A year ago Bishop Vincent S. within a year." .'. ": . has been named Waters of Raleigh paid an an- al Washington church, smallest parish of the Delicious Italian SPAGHETTI DINNER State Heart As- diocese with only 18 Catholics  sociation s 1963 in Anson County s total popula- Sponsored by Parents Club of St. Bernadctte lHeartFund tion of 30,000. -- Campaign. In a chat with some ladies  ' SUNDAY/ DECe 2--1 PoMe 6 PeMe Bishop Waters noted that many Long is a no- of the parish's problems would  ADULTS tive of Arling- look brighter if there were  FAMILY .,aCT. ,,..,,,,I,.,,.__...,RI:DldAngTTI:'g i ton, Mass. He more converts. Only Doe per- $1.S0 :il a t t e n d e d .:G e orgetown son had become a Catholic in RATE the parish in the previous ...... University and seven years. ucational positions. So strict is the law against conversions that ........ Fnol 1]-30, '62 the first converts, mode by Protestant missionaries, are still in LENIHANAttorneys & IVERS SCHOOL AUDITORIUM CHILDREN, prison, lt14 Norton Building  1,=- Am, 12 & UNDER Seattle, Wash• ;L M. LONG is a graduate  JoUU SW 128÷h & AMBAUM BLVD. 75c An American Jesuit did enter the country when the ban m THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Then he asked that each against entry of foreigners was lifted 12 years ago. He paved stale of Washington for the County of of Boston College Law School. King family in the parish be repre- :La    the way for three Catholic 9ebeols, which now have some 890 In the Matter of the Estate of EDWIn His wife, the former Priscilla students and a staff including 18 religious. But there is still J'No. DESCAMP'169648. NoticeDeceased'to Creditors.In Probate. Alden, is also an attorney. no parish or church proper in the kingdom. Notice Is hereby given that the un- They have three children. dersigned has been appointed and has Charles P. Moriarity Jr., a qualified as Executrix of the estate of member of St. Anne Parish, Ceylon Edwin d. DesCamp, Deceased; that all All Nursing-Sisters in government hospitals must leave by persons having claims against said de- headed last year's campaign. ceased are hereby required to serve the "/'he Heart Fund goal for 1963 March, 1964. This official directive applies to Ceylonese Sisters same duly verified, on said executrix her altorneys of record at the ad- is $496,380 in this state. Dr. as well as the more than 220 foreigners. ress below stated, and file the same Fred E. Cleveland, association Nurses' training schools are now jammed, and the govern- with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within SIx president, reported that last ment wishes to find employment for their graduates. But to oust months after the date of first publication year Washington raised $460¢ of this notice, or the some will ba 724 of which $56,736 went to the Sisters, who tended the sick during those years when nuTs- barred. ing was looked down upon, has agitated Ceylonese of all faiths. Date of first publication 11-30, 1962. national research and $127,167 ELEANOR E. DESCAMP Honor Roll Executr,x of said Estate was given in 15 research grants 1114 Norton Building in this state. Seattle, Wash. HOLY CHILDHOOD LENIHAN & IVERS Congratulations to the schools of the Archdiocese that take Attorneys for Estate, Cardinal Censures .14 Norton Su,.d,ng Desirez Vous un Dinner Great? ¢RAWmRD'S Pk8 such an active part in the Holy Childhood Program by ransom- seame, Wash. Final 12,14,62 Large Landholdings ing pagan babies. CARROLL& VERZANI MADRID, (NC) -- Large TRY OUR PRIME RIB (Superbe!) SEAFOOD The following schools are on the November "Annals" honor Attorneys Seattle, Wash. landholdings are to blame for  or our  I, nc roll: ,N THE SUPER,OR COURT OF THE southern Spain's depressed - STEAK BORDELAISE (Ma,niiique!) DINNERS =/Vrestanrmlts St. Patrick School, Tacoma -- 4. babies, stateof KIng°f Washington tot the County economic condition, the Card- -  I (Tv'P__.Z'OW/1 Assumption School, Bellingham -- 4 babies. InDALLMAN,the Matter Incompetent. of the EsfatelnOf Probate.LAURA inal-Archbishop of Seville has __-  COCKTAILS IN THE St. Frances Cabrini Seheol, Tacoma -- 4 babies. No. 169109. Notice to Creditors. said. CHEZ PAREE ROOM Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Everett -- 4 babies. Notice Is hereby given that the on- Jose Cardinal Buenoy Man- " 9)'\\;B 11 derslgned has been appointed and has 124S. 4th So. DU@ ttC]U0000 the ultimate in atmosphere . and fine dining Entertai'nment Nightly Union Near Fourth MA 3-734C Our Lady of Good Help School, Hoquiam -- 3 babies, qualmed as guardlon of the estate of real said at the opening of the 00I)NI g Laura Pullman, Incompetent; that all new semester at Leo XlIl - St. Rose School, LonRview -- 2 babies, persons having claims against said Sacred Heart School -- 2 babies, party are hereby required to serve the Church Social Institute here: same, duly verified, on said Emily "The reasons for the social, MAin 3-3140 Holy Angels High School -- 1 baby. Morkun or her attorneys of record at economic and cultural de- the address below stated, and tile the St. James Cathedral CCD -- 1 baby. same with the Clerk of said Court, to- pression among the rural St. Philomena Catechetical, Des Moines -- 1 baby. gerber with proof of such service within population of southern Spain six months after the date of first pub- • licatlon of this notice, or the same will are found in the continuation be barred. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Date of first publlcation 16th NOV., of the system of large land- i 1962. " holdings." of the Society for the EMILY MARKUN The Cardinal noted that the I gtRBRPPLE Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director Guardlan of said Estate. the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry, Seattle 4, Washington. CARROLL50'2Seattle'&Washlngt°nVERzANWaS' Bu.dlng holdershaughty hasattitudecaused°fresentmentthe land- ,y suburbanGt 4.6344dining excellBnte.. . Attorneys for Estate, among the "have-not rural $3  Ch,r¢oalBroiler [nte.o! .... t w. ,, BUCKET - CO Final lt.30, '62 workers. Co,k,oil, MADISON LUMBER __• . P.R. MclNTOSH • • Bel,evue Shopping Canter Attorney s..,. 3, Wash. LEGAL NOTICES 2021 E. Madison EAsf 2-B080 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County Distinctive Continental Broiler Entertainment Nightly 00arpet 1628 5th Ave. • MA 3-5226 - of King KANE & SPELLMAN  In the Matter of the Estate of NORMA Attorneys 100AI00EL WILLIAMS, Deceased. No. 169592. No- 907 Arctic Building ,, rice to Creditors. seanle 4, Wash. REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW Notice Is hereby g,ven that the an-IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE derslgned has been appointed and has State of Washington for the County 'V- 7-/0 "The Groam's Suit Is Rental Free." qualified as Executrix of the above en- of King ACRES ur^" CLAMS BROCKLIND'S titled estate; that all persons having In. the Melter of the Estate of MARIE ................... claims against said deceased are here- B. KERBER. Deceased. In Probate. by required 1o serve the same, duly No. 162914. Notice of Hearing Final AND Forme, Wear Reetals verified, on said Executr,x or her at. Report and Petition tor DIstrlbution. "002X,I 05 CLAM DIGGER IN S|ATTLE torney of record at the address below Notice Is hereby given that Alice • 9th nnd Olive MU. 2.HgS 4716 Uaivecslfy Wt R LA. 4-4100 stated, and file the same with the Faulkenberry, Administratrix de Baals { IN tACOMA: 1'16 ldh Ireeo,, Wl.y • nlS Clerk of said Court. together wJth proof Non of the Estate of Marie B. Kerber, ROOM i./i, rlonrlt  Entertoinment Nightly of such service, within six months atter has filed it the office of the clerk of etle the date of first publication of this said court her Final Reaort and Poll- JUMBO N O R T H G A T E notice or the same will be barred, non tar D,stHbuflon, asking the court =,, UNPARALLELED Do,e of ,irst 1,30 ,962 ,o so,.,, sa,. re00ort d,s,r,bo,e .he ,," NOTHGATE SHOPPING CENTE R EVA JO HAGEN property to the persons thereto entitled • Executrix of said Estate and to discharge sold Administratrix de >' FOR GOOD FOOD 2349 33rd So. Baals Non; and that said report and ''- . 4 EXCITING ROOMS seat, e. Wash. FOR DINING FUN petition Will be heard on the 27th day COCKTAILS P. R. MclNTOSH of December, 1962, at 10:00 A.M., at Aflorney for Estate the court room of the Probate depart- = o ATMOSPHERE 309 N. 85th ment of said court, at which time nnd Seattle 3, Washington place any person interested In said es- Final 12/14/62 tate may appear and file oblectlens BROADWAY DISTRICT FOOT O' MADISON STREET thereto and contest the same. 1001 E. Plne EA S-34S0 Dated this 26th day of November, 1962. PIER $4 NORMAN R. RIDDELL, RAINIER DISTRICT Clerk of said Court. 4406 Rainier PA 3-6144 Sh By R. S, HOFEDITZ, Depuly. When you patronize up At Your KANE & SPELLMAN WEST SEATTLE By John D. Spellman 3Sfh & Avalon WE 7.3043 those firms listed in the Attorneys for Estate, AURORA 907 Arctic Building 1010 Aurora AT .s0oo Gourmet Lane, please Pr;endlv sean,e 4, Wash. Date of first publication 11-30-62. : mention The Progress. Final 12/14/62 -'Jb-SEPi:(-.- HOLLEMAN, Attorney 'l:,T#..l.ffli,]$t.:Rl IIIIIIIIllllllIIllUlllMIIlUlIIlIIlllIIIlIIlllIIllililHlllIIIllglIIBIBNIII 1035 Se¢urines Building rx.  ,  == : I 111  -- -- , IGA seattlO 1, WaShlngtaa SUPERIOR COURT OF WASHING,TON  --Jl lJll "/ ,,, .., 4t/.,,,, Open Breakfast E NTY = " -  '-----" m --- FOR KING COU , --  m m Estate of DOMINIC A. NOONAN, a/k/a . . --  J, . = & a.m. ___, . DAN NOONAN, Deceased. No. 169432. ; ;',r--,l.--..---,,,,"r'f / /  em ., aJ . - -. - =: UIU m. All persons having claims against said  ,1,! I -'J | I: i'vi I lmlrr 'r• • 1/I  =- _  I .... L__ = F00DLINER estate must serve same on undersigned. = (]f -| .2[^o¢71/,/ ,/ .,,.4, .--" /nm LUll[nee -- appointed and qualified Executrix of es- ¥ ,lm,.l'."J,/I,/. !    v  ..... • tate or 'ts attorney of record at address  ttl(,.,/I .....  . • below and file same with court clerk  "]J_l I|mn |11' [',l',l.@l.I  -- Alwayl a Frledlv Welcome at !11 SUNSET Styling & Tailoring with proof of service within six months r/.__j/, __Lt J/IH= UUl UI/IJl "= .......... " ....... = after November 16, 1962, being first   - -- -..-- ............  _- Trot j,i IkJV m ( I I I Blkl P U =--- publication date. l, m 14Sth & nothell Way CONSTANCE M. HALL  ,',,-, ..,,. +k^ = nvmmi o L-lXl.n = Lake Cify Area JtOSrEPHE:u!: LEMAN  ...jy ?Vpe| " |11I  i Securil/ Market--Jrd and Virginia i ey Esate t / - " V.- _'.._' t|ll/lt/I =  m TOMMY and PAULINE KIRKProprletors ,,, 1035 Securtnes Building  • - - --,L.  m € , ii ................... , • I lUllUUy)  j Msmb's of f. Alphonsu$ Parish ,,. _ _ -  .................. 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