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PROGRESS Friday, Jan. 15, ]%5 iiii!ii! ...,. ili!ii!i OPENING THE DOORS to Providence Hospital's new cafeteria are, from left: Jack Maher, building and grounds superintendent; Lois Brophy, acting director of food serv- ice; Sister Gertrude of Providence, FCSP, administrators; Rev. Matthias Wilhelm, SJ., hospital chaplain. C)pens New Careerie Providence Hospital opened its new Cafeteria. The new sur- roundings on the first floor are among the first steps completed .in :the overall $6200,000 build- mg renovation plan spread aver two years. Sister Gertrude, Providence's administrator, reported t h a t William E. Murray, associate administrator, was project co- ordinator. Planning was handled by the architectural firm of Mol- ver and Soldano, with food line installatlon by Roberge Sheet Metal Works, Inc., and the in-" terior decorated by Harry Beas- lea] of Will Ross, Inc. The new Cafeteria will seat 225 diners and has two adjacent rooms which provide facilities for physicians and students at the Hospital. Through the gen- erosity of the Providence Medi- cal Staff, continuous back- ground music will be provided. Utility, warmth and up to date techniques have been in- corperated to best serve pa- tients, physicians, personnel and the public. TV Marathon To Spotlight March of Dimes An 18-hour marathon televi- sion show this weekend will highlight the midway point of the March of Dimes campaign to raise funds for the fight against b i r t h defects. The "Telerama" will be broadcast from the Seattle Center by KIRO-TV from 11 p.m. St- urday until 5 p.m. Sunday. Frank A. Stewart, campaign chairman, said the Telerama will serve the dual purpose of fund raising and education. In addition to defining the birth defect problem, the Tele- rama will explain the patient aid, research and educational programs of the March of Dimes. Appearing on the show will be patients and their parents, medical specialists including those from the March of Dimes Birth Defect Center at Uni- versity Hospital, March of Dimes voltmteers and enter- tainers. Among CBS stars will be Donna Douglas of "Beverly Hillbiliies," Billy Bixby of "My Favorite Martian and Lloyd Thaxton who has a network teenage show. A panel of well known lo- eui personalities will help man telephones to accept pledges from the viewing au- dience. KIRO-TV has donated the air time. The Seattle Junior Cham- ber of Commerce has ten sep- arate committees working on various aspects of the show. Members of the Communica- " We tions Workers of America will ((: i Ai thods rksho: pD 000000dnateof theirtelephones.time to man a uled in Tacoma St. Patrick's TACOMA- Confrater- Cabrini and conclude at 9:30 Tacoma, Will nRY of Christian Doctrine p.m. after panel discussions and Methods Workshop will be: held Friday and Saturday, Jan: 22 and 23 at St. Frances Cabrini School here, according to announcement made by Fa- ther John P. Doherty, Arch- diocesan CCD director. Friday's Workshop will begin with registration at 7:30 p.m. and welcome by Father Andrew J. Scluier , pastor of St. Frances questions. Father Paul Bryne, assist- ant St. Frances Cabrini, will be chairman of the Work- shops and John R. Connelly panel chairman. Panelists will be Father Doberty, Sergeant William B r a s w e I 1, Sister Eleanor Mary and Mrs. Mary Baker. Saturday's Workshop will open at 9 a.m. with discussion on "Integration of the Bible, Liturgy, Doctrine and Re. sponse" by Sister M. Irene. Honor Dads TACOMA--Annual Dad's Nite, presented by St. Patrick's Mother's Club of Tacoma, will be Thursday, Jan. 21 at 8 p,m. Harry Kent, chairman, re- ports that St. Patrick's folk singers Jack and Idie Proud will be featured. Steve Politeo will sing and a new g r o u p, 'The Swingin' Seven', directed by Mrs. Henry Hellenkamp, will sing "Every- thing's Coming Up Roses',, "I Wish You Love" and "This SU Alumni Plan Honor For Former President The students numbered under 200, the faculty only 20, and the campus consisted of a single three- story building when, in 1936, Father Francis E. Corkery, S J, became president of Seat- tle College, now Seattle Uni- versity. By 1945, when he was named president of Gonzaga Univer- sity in Spokane, he had written a remarkable success story: 1,500 students, a faculty of over 100, a n d greatly expanded classroom and dormitory fa- cilies plus plans for even further growth. For his wise leadership dur. ing a time of strain and trial, his dedication to the welfare of the students in his charge and his continuing interest in their lives and careers as al- tm'mi, he will receive the 1965 Seattle University Alumni As- sociation Distinguished Service Award. The presentation will be made, as customary, at the 14th annual Alumni Home. coming Luncheon in Bellar- mine Hall on the University campus, Saturday, Jan. 30. Father Corkery was born in Springfield, Ill. A high school REV. FRANCIS E. CORKERY, SJ classmate and life-long friend of Bing Crosby, he entered the Society of Jesus and was or- dained a priest in June 1934, after completing studies at St. Mary's (Kansas) College and St. Louis University. He wes 33 and two years a priest when he took up the task of leading Seattle College. The most imposing physi- cal change he wrought was the construction- in two stages--of the liberal arts building, still the academie and visual focal point of the University. He started the Engineering School, whose first dean, Fa- ther Edmund McNulty, S J, is now financial vice president, end acquired the property that was to be transformed into the original Engineering Building on the campus. The most profound and far- reaching .decision he made in his eventful and decision4illed nine-year tenure as president was to solicit and obtain up- proval from his Jesuit supe- riors to open all schools and departments in the University to the ladies. Father Corkery, in a word, is the father of co-education at SU. "In the early days," he says of his relations with the Seattle business community, "we did not have much with which to elicit support. Grad- ually, however, as the insfi. tution began to grow it at- tracted the interest of such men as Henry Broderick, John W. Maloney, Paul Pig. ott and others, some of whom in later years were to serve on the Board of Regents and help to give the University ever-increasing civic stature." After 12 years as Gonzaga's president, he was made retreat master and director of the Loy- ola Retreat House in Portland where he has been since 1958. SU Books Biblical Scholar The internationally fa- mous French b i b I i c a 1 scholar, Rev. Roland de Vaux, O.P., will deliver a public lecture in Seattle University's Pigott Auditorium Friday, Jan. 29, at 6 p.m. Father de Vaux, the Charles Chauncey Stillman Guest Pro- fessor of Roman Catholic Studies at H a r v a r d Divinity School, will discuss "Recent Archaeological Discoveries in Palestine Related to the Old Testament." His lecture will be open to the p u b 1 i e without charge. Since 1934, the Dominican priest has been on the faculty of l'Eeele Biblique ot Arche. ologique Francaise in Jerusa- lem. He was named director of the renowned biblical FATHER DE VAUX studies center in 1945, and holds the chairs of History and the Ancient Near East and Palestiuian Archaeology. Father de Vaux has partici- pated in three archaeological expeditions: To Tell el-Far'ah, Jordan, 1946-60; Qumran and Dead Sea Scrolls, 1949-1958; and with the Joint Expedition in Jerusalem with the B r i t i s h School of Archaeology, 1961-63. He is the author of numerous articles and nearly a dozen books. Three have been printed into English: "Ancient Israel: Its L i f e and Institutions," "Studies in Old Testament Sac- rifice" and "Discoveries in the Judean Desert of Jordan III." He is co-author of the last vol- ume. Father de Vaux's appearance at Seattle University is under the sponsorship of the Theology Department and was arranged by Rev. Webster T. Patterson, S.J., head of the Department. JOHN CONROY, LEFT, AND GEORGE FLECK, TEACHERS, AND REV. THOMAS D. COX, S J, MODERATOR. @ Inquiry Seminars Open January 18 At St. Joseph's A series of twelve inquiry seminars for people of all faiths will open Monday, Jan.. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Church. Moderated by Rev. Thomas D. Cox S$, director of Confra- ternity of Christian Doctrine at St. Joseph's, the classes wilt be taught by six laymen and in- clude discussion of the basic philosophy and theology of the Catholic faith. The two hour classes are a new approach to the work of the Apostolate of Good Will, a branch of CCD, and were in- i spired by Rev. William Green-  spun CSP, national director of CCD, who met with archdioces- an CCD directors in Seattle re- cently. The meetings will carry out the eight purposes of the Apos- tolate of Good Will, stressing "convert making," "explaining our faith to others," and "ere- ating an atmosphere of social charity and Christian friendship among the religious bodies of the community." All interested may obtaind further information by eallingiF St. Joseph's rectory, EA 4-2522. SU Announces ROTC Cede Promoions Eighteen cadet officers in the Seattle University Army R.O.T.C. were promoted in a special campus ceremony, Wed- nesday, Jan. 13. Four cadets also received the Distinguished Cadet Award for Set Freshmen Registration At Ft. Wright SPOKANE, Wash. -- Fort Wright College announces Fri-t day, Jan. 29 for registration incoming freshmen and transfer students for second semester classes slated to start Thnrs. day, Feb. 4 at the Spokane col- Dr. Co mfo r. Louiso and Sister Eleanor Mary. Could Be the Start of Something ,,, c.ls Child Miss PatriclaDonahaewlll Big." Busy January Into Full Swing give short reviews of out- The Adam and Eve Players standing books, directed by Dr. George Race "How to Present the Mass" will present their traditional ervlces (to motivate students to at- skit about life around St. Pat- tend) will be given by Father rick's. Seattle Tacoma Everett CDA their work for the fall quar- ter. George J. Garma, Hono- lulu, was promoted to Cadet Colonel and was one of those receiving the Distinguished Ca- det Award. He is the Brigade Commander. ::: iDr. John F. Comfort "; TACOMA-- John F. Comfort, M;D., prominent Catholic physi- dan was elected Chairman of the Board, Catholic Children's Services at the December Board meeting. .... Catholic Children's Services of .Tacoma is an adjunct arm of .the Gatholic Charities program in the Archdiocese of Seattle with :responsibility for Tacoma City, 'Pierce, Thurston, Mason and Grays Harbor Counties in 1964. The agency provided care for over 360 children primar- Doberty. : Father Squirt will offer Mass at 11:30 a.m. Those attending are asked to bring box lunches and coffee will be served by the commit- tee. Elementary and secondary techniques of teaching CCD will be: discussed during the after- noon. ;The Workshops will close at 3 p.m. Saturday with B i b I e Vigil and Benediction. Teachers: attending will re- ceive ten hours of CCD credit toward 30-hour certificates. Benedicines Plan Idaho Pr,ory BOISE, Idaho (NC) Benedictine Fathers from Mount Angel Abbey in The cast includes Robert Tre- le'.on, James O Hem,. David watson, Donald Young, Thomas Handley, James Kors, Robert Ceecarelli, R o b e r t Moriarty, Ferdinand Kollar, Frederick Dupille, Robert Kurtis.aud Dr. Bernard Bader. Bellevue Iights of Columbus'Over- lake = Council members and thai  families will receive Corn, reunion at the 9 a.m. Mass Sunday, Jan. 31, in St. Louise Church. Breakfast will follow in the parish hall. Council members will also visit N o r t h Seattle Council Thursday, Feb. 11. The even- ing will also mark the annual state deputy visitation. William E. Gerraghty of Spokane is state deputy. : i Dash Point The Ladies Guild of St. The- reea's Mission -- Will hold its first meeting of this year Mon- day, Jan. 18, at 8 p.m., at the tures and bridge lessons d- rected by Mrs.'Phyllis Cain. Archdiocesan C o u n c i I of Catholic Nurses--Meeting Mon- day, Jan. 18 at 7:30 p.m. at Cabrini Hospital following Benediction in the hospital chapel. cafeteria. Each member is asked to bring own service and item for the dinner. Junior counselors to be honored and presented pins. Those who wish rny bring cards and play fol- lowing the dinner, Mrs. Ed- ward Latonr in charge. Knights of Columbus -- St. e.2 Frances Cabrini Council in ,, ' " Lakewood will conductan ori- "  entation meeting at 8 p.m. ,l,rp_ " Thursday, Jan. 21, for all Cath- Iql]l olic layman and their wives / desiring information on the lkb'' aims, goals and achievements "-g-dl of the fraternal order. '_[....-q[='[-: A family night dinner will be f,[ held at 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 31, /d'IL"LJ [/lll':|lll r for members, their wives and .'h I  friends. ]:z=s-llliilg]l : The council is also conduct. --------=llJll'="".: q'v '(( ing an intensive campaign to I supplement their blood bank Seattle reserve fund. Mike Kapala is chairman. Dr. Richard C. Collins, pro- fessor of Political Science at St. F r a n c e s Sodality, St. Seattle University will speak Rita's Church--Will meet Janu- Promoted from Cadet Major ToHold Annual to Cad00 Lt. Colonel: Richard D. Baker, Seattle; John E. Banquet Jane 24 Daub, San Francisco; Charles D. Kirkey, Seattle; David A. EVERETT--Court St. Rita, Lum, Honolulu; Thomas J. Catholic Daughters of Amer- ica, will hold its annual ban- quet for members and guests Sunday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Alpine Restallrant, ,50th and Evergreen Way. Special  guests will be Rev. Richard Gallagher, chaplain; Chaplain Major John C.BaSkett, Paine Field; Mrs: Lucile Ken- nedy, state regent, Tacoma; and Mrs. Edgar Tuttle, district deputy, Seattle. Court St. Rita Study Club will resume meeting February 8 at 1 p.m. and the Liturgical Study Club will resume Jan- mary 18 at 10 a.m., both at the home of Mrs. L. W. Swan, 4426 Rucker Avenue. All in- Troy, Seattle; Anthony R. Vi- vole, New York City. Promoted from Cadet Cap- tain to Cadet Major: John F. Baisch, Seattle; James D. Bordenet, Seattle; Jack C. Combs, Bellevue; Charles G. Dynes, Burlington; Wn.; Martin C. Elerie, Tacoma; Nathan L. Geraths, Stayton, Anthony J. Philippsen, Seat- tle; Lawrence Y a m a u r a, Seattle. Promoted from Cadet 1st. It. to Cadet Captain: Nathan L. Geraths, Slayton, Ore.; John F. Reda, Ta- coma; D a v i d P. Rogers, Seattle; Dennis L. Vercillo, Tacoma. Others receiving the Distin- guished Cadet Award were: Eugene T. McGrath, Seattle; Terrance M. Anderson, Eve- lege for women. The Registrar's Office in the administration building, FWC campus, will be open January 29 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Prospective students may secure additional information by calling TE 8-8614 or ad. dressing inquiries to Tho Registrar, Fort Wright Col. lege. A fully accredited four-,ear liberal arts college for women, FWC accepts both resident and day students. In addition to the regular college classes, FWC,m also schedules evening and Sat. urday classes for which college eredit may be earned. " Dublin To Have Own Gospel Translation DUBLIN (NC) -- Archbishop John C. McQuaid, C.S. Sp., of Dublin has approved for use in. Masses in his archdiocesses al new English translation of the Epistles and Gospels made by his vicar general, Msgr. Pat- rick Boylan. The version is to come into use when the vernacular is introduced in the Mass here on fly through its foster care program; placed 41 infants Oregon will establish an inde- pendent priory near Jerome, home of Mrs. Nell Mazza, 2310 Browns Point Boulevard. on "The Social Medical Care Program." ary 20. Hostesses are Mrs. Louis Cos. :: :and children for adoption and eared for over 110 unmarried "mothers; Dr: Comfort praised outgoing chairman, Bernard Orell, vice ptesident of Weyerhaeuser Com- Fany for the outstanding record :/chie,ed during 1964 and prom- ised tp do his utmost to equal 'it during the coming year. Oldes Conven School Closed Newly elected officers are St. Benedict's Mothers Club" tanti and Mrs. Sam Bufalini. Idaho, in the spring or early Mesdames Leonard S. Carlson, Will meet at 7:45 p.m. Jan. 21 Communion Sunday will be Elgin E. Olr0gg, James Olsen, in the school auditorium. January 24. and Richard D. Leery. The pantry shower for the sis- Siena Club--Meeting 8 p.m., Father Thomas Pitsch will tars at St. Benedict s Convent address the meeting, which was postIxmed in Decen- Thursday, January 21, home of Mrs. August Van Boeckiin, 4117 Lacey bar will be held. . Father Gerald, Brunet will Madronu Way. Mrs. Frank J. Pavolka to preside. Program Oblates of St. Benedict--Will show a film on ' Enthronement on current topics by Mrs. Pa- meet Sunday, Jan. 17, in the of the Sacred Heart in the :olke. Supper har. Several Fathers and Brothers Seattle area at Assumption, 3 Home." am Mot at Angel will compose p.m.; for Tacoma at Visitation, e origil al comtaunfly at Jr- 3:3Op.m.; In Port Angeles at Blessed Sacrament Mothers me. ]3  announcentent that Queen of Angels, 7:30 p.m.; Club Meeting Tuesday, Jan. 19 ey are :oming to I[aho was and in the Olympia area at St. from8 p.m. at the parish hall..ctivities ade by Bishop SyN ester W. Martin's Chapel at 4 p.m. Featured will be an academic program presented by Sister einen )f Bois, ard Abbot Lynwood Agatha, principal, and the C 1 d adian [entges, O. LB., of a en ar st. Thomas More Parish -- school children. bunt A gel Abt ey, ho is a Pancake breakfast wi,'ll be A social hour, with the 4th tiv e of Greenceek, Idaho. sponsored by the Men s Club grade mothers, headed by Mrs. lor vmm  v em, .hap alns Attend and served after all Masses Raymond Castuer and Mrs. m   ar u m m mum , t,m,. w. ,r- Sunday, Jan. 17, at Lynwood James Poage in charge, will evom  of eetm m sat.,,s ',t. L wtefl S(minal Junior High School gymnasium, follow the meeting. vm. kl  m   Tim The eighth annual 1Oth US Breakfast will be $1.00 for St. Theresa Study Club--Meet- prrm m wring. I rmy Corps Chaplait Confer- adults, 50 cents for children ing Monday, Jan. 18 at the February 2, 1965, ACCW Sem- .ce Thursday woun:l ,up its and $4.50 a family. " - home of Mrs. Emmett Carroll. inary Bruse Party, 1 p.m., :re-day conference at Fort Mountlake Terrace Miss Loin Moran will give the book review and Mrs. Ellen Olympic Hotel. -awton and more th n 50 Pa- Our Lady of Grace Guild, St ..... Ashmore the cuent events. February 16, 1965 -- Blessed :[fie Northwest rr ilibxy chap- Plus X Parish- "Fun Night .... i Seattle University Art League Sacrament Mothers Club card :tins attefiding the se ulnar, will be Saturday, Jan. 23 at 8 --Will sponsor a talk on mad- party and style show 8 p.m. in Among those at:ening were :ev. Frank B. 3as :ella, S J, p.m. in the parish hall, 22106 em English painting with color the parish hall. e a t t 1 e Univers ity academic 56th Avenue West. Tickets may slides by Mrs. Irving Humber ice president; m td :ev. Bar- be obtained at the door or by January 25 at 1 p.m. at the February 11, 1965 -- Official r ard J. Fenton (C0l.) Army calling Mrs. M. Audette, 743- University. Mrs. Humber, Se- visit of YLI grand president to :ambat Development 3ommand 3988 or Mrs. R. Hopfauf, 743- attle artist and teacher, is a Queen Institute at 8 p.m. at t haplain from Fmt L e, Va. 3305. docent at the Seattle Art Mu- American Legion Hall, 6th and Seaffle scum. University. Ask and Ye Shall--- The Aloha: Club for SeCtor Tacoma February 16, 1965- St. Bet- JERSEY CITY, N.J. (NC)-- Citizens--Will meet on Wednes- Aquinas Academy Mothers' nadette's Inter-Guild Fashion day, Jan. 20 at 10:30 a.m. :in Club--Will meet on Tuesday Show and luncheon 12:30 p.m. summer. The Benedictines will conduct a minor seminary and eventu- ally, i t is planned, a major sem- inary and retreat house. Plans also call for the priory to de- velop into an independent ab- bey ..... from Mount Angel will compose the original community at Je- rome. The announcement that they are coming to Idaho was replan it to meet modern education trends. The nuns say girls today are more attractied to the "adven- ture-type" missionary or nurs- ing orders than to those offer- ing an enclosed contemplative life. made by Bishop Sylvester W. .RUGBY, England (NC)- A Treinen of Boise and Abbot serious drop in the number of Madian Jentges, O.S.B., of vocations is forcing Benedictine Mount Angel Abbey, who is a nuns to dose down their eldest native of Greencreek, Idaho. @riory and convent school in Britain. Prineethorpe Monastery near Chaplains Attend Rugby in the English Midlands Ft. Lawton Seminar Junior High School gymnasium. has been put up for sale and the -cOmmunity is planning to move -to a smaller house. Army Corps Chaplain Confer- .... :Vocations have slumped so ence Thursday wound ,up its much the community now two-day numbers only 35 compared Lawton and more than 50 Pa- with 7S at the beginning of the cific Northwest military chap- century. The nuns are unable ' lains attending the seminar. to raise the necessary money Among those attending were to expand their school and Rev. Frank B. Costello, S J, S e a t t 1 e University academic vice president; and Rev. Ber- nard J. Fenton (Col.) Army combat Development Command Chaplain from Fort Lee, Va. A while back Rev. Edward F. Prelate Takes Part Clark, S,J., president of St. In Inaugural Rites Peter's Cell e g e here, an- SAN JUAN, P.R. (NC)--Arch- nounced plans for a new mib bishop-designate Luis Aponte of lion-dollar library. He remarked San Juan offered the invocation it wouldbe nice if some bone- prayer at the inaugural of Gev. factor would help out with a Roberto S a n c h e z Vilella in gift of ',$250,000 or so." Seme- front of the Capitol building one did. here. An anonymous donor has Some=S,O0O persons witnessed given $3Oo,000 for the new li- the ceremony as Luis Munoz brary --providing the college Matin bowed out after 16 years can raise another $600,000 in in office as governor, the next three years. St. Joseph's Parish Hall, tSth evening J.anuary 18, at 8 p.m. at Burien Elk's Ledge, 1st Ave. East and E. Aloha. All men and women over fifty-five years, of age are wel- come. The club is non-denomi- national and rater-racial. Coffee will be served at noon. A report on the propesed bus trip to Olympia to greet our new Governor, see the Legisla- ture in session and tour the Capitol building will be given. the school. All members are urged to attend since plans for the annual Aquin:.s Card Party to be held early in February will be discussed. Refreshments planned by the Social Committee will be ser- ved. Court Tacoma, C a t he I i e Daughters of America -- Pot luck dinner 6 p.m., Monday, There will be o motion o-Jan. 18, at St. Leo's sool nue South and 142nd. February 19, l$---St. Cath- erine's Parish Parents Club dinner dance, Lake City Elks, Social hour 7 p.m., dinner 8 p.m., dancing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. February 26, 1965 -- St. Jo- seph's Parish Parent's Club will hold its Winter Dance. terested are welcome, rett; and Michael G. Sever- the first S u n d a y of Lent, ance, Long Island, New York. " March 7. HELP YOURSELF HELP A CHILD Buy Your 1965 Auto License Tab Lucky Foodland, 14th Ave. & E. Pine St. i lili!i L ;!ii00i 1 ;i :ili ii [] 00_LI MONDAY :" , st,.s sot,. TUESDAY s ANNE I)ONAHOE CIRCLE WEDNESDAY Until O1: THE Jan. 23 THURSDAY , A.M. ASSOOATION To FOR FRIDAY , SATURDAY , the lastweek Proceeds A;d Needy and Dependent Children For further information, call SH: 6-:3843 or CA. -6704 CATHOLIC CHILDHOOD |