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North Central Deanery ACCW Will Meet Mass at 11:15 a.m. will open the meeting of the North Cen- tral Deanery of the Archdio- Q cesan Council of Catholic Wom- en Thursday, Jan. 21, at St. John's Church, 7900 1st Avenue North. Luncheon will follow the Mass which will be preceded by a board meeting to be attended by officers, chairmen and affili- ation presidents and representa- Q rives. The Rev. Walter J. Mortek, pastor of St. Matthew's Parish and Deanery Spiritual Modera- tor, will speak. Plans will be made for the annual Seminarian Bursa party to be held February 2 at 1 p.m. at the Olympic Hotel. Reports will be given by Mrs. Q John Pennant, Mrs. Frank Le Clercq, Miss Loin Moran and Mrs. Frank Eckhoudt. Mrs. James Dalton, North Central Deanery president, in- vites women of all parishes in the Deanery to attend the meet- ing and luncheon. Luncheon ticks, $1.25, are by reservation and may be made with Mrs. John Pavish, dL SU 3-8646, Mrs. Frank Scott, SU 3-2913, or Mrs. Dalton, AT 3-6751, before January 19. Clergy Join Holy Name Men in Holy Hour of Prayer MILD SUNNY weather greeted participants of the Holy Hour of Prayer after the Archdiocesan Holy Name Society- sponsored devotion had been completed Sunday in St. James Cathedral. Giving the sermon and celebrating solemn Bene- diction was the Most Reverend Thomas A. ConnoUy, Arch- bishop of Seattle. The holy hour was one of 12, held in President Kennedy Chosen for Award Shriver Named For Parioism Award NOTRE DAME, Ind., Jan. 15 --R Sargent Shriver, director of the U.S. Peace Corps and head of the federal government's new Poverty Program, will receive the 12th annual Patriotism Award of the University of Notre Dame senior class, it was announced today by class president Lawrence B e s h e l, Gurnce, Ill. Shriver, who holds an hon- orary doctorate from Notre Dame, will accept the award and deliver a major address at the University's traditional Washington's Birthday Exer- cises to be held February 18 (Thursday) this year at 8 p.m. in The Stepan Center. Astronaut John Glenn was the Patriotism Award recipient in 1964. Beshel, who will make the presentation, said Shriver was chosen for the honor in ballot- ing by the senior class. Earlier recipients have included the late President John FTKennedy, when he was a U.S. Senator, as well as Richard M. Nixon, Adlai E. Stevenson, Bob Hope, Ad- miral Hyman Rickover, FBI director J. Edgar Hoover, Bish- op Fulton J. Sheen, General Curtis LeMay, Robert F. Ken- nedy, and missile expert Warn- her yon Braun. government and civic leaders to focus public attention an- nually on the needs of victims of Hansen's disease, particu- larly on the January 31 ob- servance of World Day for Leprosy Sufferers. The other three organizations are American Leprosy Missions Inc., representing the Protes- tant churches; the Leonard Wood Memorial for the Eradi- cation of Leprosy; and the In- ternational Society for Rehab- ilitation of the Disabled. Meeting On Church Architecture CLEVELAND (NC) -- A na- tional conference on church architecture has been set hera February 23 to 25 under spon. sorship of the national Liturg- ical Conference, Washington, D.C. and the Cleveland Dio- cese Liturgical Commission. Changes in church design, in line changes in the liturgy and directives of the Second Vati- can Council's Constitution on the Liturgy, both remodeling and new construction, will be considered. All U.S. Sees are being in- vited to send architects, and members of their diocesan lit- urgical and building commis- sions. 1965 Vercelli Winner Named NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J. (NC)mThe late Presi- dent John F. Kennedy Q has been named by the Damien-Dutton S 0 c i e t y for its annual award for 1965. The society, which has head- quarters here, aids, under Cath- olic auspices, those suffering from Hansen's disease, regard- less of race, color or creed, in all parts of the world. Bishop George W. Ahr of Q Trenton, head of the society's board of governors, will present the award to a member of the Kennedy family at a luncheon in Rutgers University Commons here January 31, the day ob- served nationwide as World Day for Leprosy Sufferers. In announcing the late Presi- dent's selection for the honor, Howard E. Crouch of North , Brunswick, s o c i e t y founder director, recalled he was the first President to so recognize World Day for Leprosy Suffer- ers, now observed in more than 1O0 countries around the world. President Kennedy, Crouch said, was a keen supporter of leprosy programs throughout the world. Crouch said the Damien- I Dutton Society is one of four organizations in the United States which have formed a national committee of more than 40 prominent religious, ii SLEEPING ROOMS Apts. $S0 Me. and up Sleeping Rooms $3 and up Gee. J. Toulouse, Owner 2nd and Virginia MOORE HOTEL MA. 2-4841 Seattle i WASHINGTON (NC)--Alfred A. McGarraghy, Washington restauranteur, has been named for the 1965 Vercelli Medal, highest honor for laymen of the Holy Name Society nation- al office, for his "distinguish- ed contribution" to the Society. RADIO DISPATCHED YELLOW CABS MAin 2-6500 24-HOUR SERVICE i LAURELHURST FUEL OIL CO. OFFERS YOU A "WORRY.PROOF" HEATING SERVICE WHICH INCLUDES: AUTOMATIC DELIVERY Regular Inspection OIL BURNER SERVICE Insurance Plan OIL TANK INSURANCE Against Rnplacmont BUDGET TERMS McGarraghy;: who manages the cafeteria at the National Shrine of the Immaculate Con, ception here, is a member of Shrine of the Blessed Sacra- ment Parish. He was named a Knight of St. Sylvester by Pope John XXIII in 1959. He and Mrs. McGarraghy. have seven chil- dren, including Father John J. McGarraghy, assistant director of education of the Washington archdiocese, a n d Elizabeth Arm, an Extension Lay Volun- teer serving in Kansas. OPPtC4E SUPPLIIS PRINTIN@ STATIOIflIRY OFfiCE IqfRNITURE I I |   MAIn 2-I 440 TRICK & MURRAY designated district churches throughout the Archdiocese. Among the clergy at the Cathedral (from left) are (first row) Rev. Edmond Long, Rev. Joseph Vogel, Rev. William Power, Rev. Donald Conger, the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, VG, Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle; Rev. Emery Blan- chard, Rev. John Walsh, subdeacon at the Benediction; the ACCW Plans Seminarian Burse Party SEMINARIAN AID Bursa Party is planned by the Archdiocesan Coundl of Catholic Women for Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. in the Spanish Ballroom of the Olympic Hotel. Pictured are chairmen of the hospitality committee, from left, Mrs. William F. Russell, Mrs. James Dalton and Mrs. Harold J. Barry. The 30th Annual Seminarian Very Rev. Michael $. O'Neill, Aid Burse Party, sponsored by SS, Rector of St. Edward's the Central Deaneries of The Seminary; Right Rev. Men- Archdiocesan Council of Cath- signor Ailbe M. McGrath, Arch- olic Women, will be held Tues- diocesan Moderator of ACCW; day, Feb. 2 at 1 p.m. in the Spanish Ballroom of the Olym- pic Hotel. Proceeds will go toward the 18th burse of $10,000 to educate young men who are studying for the priesthood in the Arch- diocese. Honorary patrons are: The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seat- Rev. William J. Power, Moder- ator of South Central Deanery and Reverend Walter J. Mor- tek, Moderator of North Cen- tral Deanery. Co-Chairmen for the party are the Mesdames B. A. Cos- grove and Charles Benson. The theme "Vocations T h r o u g h Prayer", will be evident in dec- orations of pink and white with tie; The Most Reverend Them- gold accent, arranged by chair- as E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary men Mrs. John A. DuPuy Jr. Bishop of Seattle; Very Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Michael. Denis D. Foudy, SS, STD, Rec- tor of St. Thomas Seminary; First Anqolan Capuchin Ordained LUANDA, Angola (NC)--The first Angolan member of the Capuchin order was ordained a deacon by Archbishop Moises Alves de Pinho of Luanda in the church of Our Lady of Fa- tima here. THE PROGRESS=-:7 Friday, Jan. 15, 1%5 : It's all yours for a telephone cdl PHONE TODAY! LA. 3-4500 A_  HEATIN G COMPLETE SERVICE ' LAURELHURST FUEL 01L 0. Frank J. Marier Frant A. Marier, Jr. Stephen M. Marier 3200 HE 4Sth I.A 3-4500 NOW OPEN At 612 Broadway Archbishop, Rev. James Deady, deacon; Rev. Gerald Mayovsky, metropolitan cross bearer; Rev. Stephen Szeman and Rev. John Lynch; (second row) Rev. Martin Donnelly, OP, Rev. Leo Eckstein, SJ, and Rev. John Shaughnessy, CSSR. Next to Father Shaughnessy is John Spellman, arch- diocesan Holy Name president. re(Progress Photo by W. C. Heib ]r.) Nuns Get Chile Mission Posts DUBUQUE, Iowa (NC)--Thrse Sisters of St. Francis of the Holy Family will be honored at February 8 departure cere- monies b e f o r e leaving the motherhouse here as the first missionaries of their community to South America. The three Sisters, Mary Al- bert Manternach, Mary Ida Thole, and Mary Shaun Moran, will go to Chillan, Chile, to staff a Jesuit grade school for boys. Catholic Hour Series Called 'Best Yet' "'I Am With You," the most extensive religious historical documentary ever filmed for television, is being rebroadcast on the CATHOLIC HOUR, over. the NBC-TV network on the Sundays of January 17, 24,-at I0:30 a.m. The series on "The Church a n d Marriage" originally scheduled for thif'month has been postponed to a later date. "I Am With You," filmed in 16 cities in eight countries in the Near East, and Europe, traces the movement of the Church from its beginnings in Jerusalem to the opening of the Second Vatican Council. NCCM and NBC have never before produced a religious television series of such scope, The series was written by Philip Scharper, with musfC composed and arranged, as well as conducted by Ralph Burns. Special consultant was Bishop 2"ohn J. Dougherty SSD. Norman Rose is the narrator. The program's original show- ing met with enthusiastic re- sponse from press and publiC. Jack Shanley of the NEW YORK TIMES wrote: "The series may do more to set the Vatican IIm its phi torical setting than anything yet atempted by any branch of the communications media." Philip Harmng, film critic for COMMONWEAL, commented: "I Am With You," with its total two-hour running time, has caught so well in sight and sound the Catholic Chm'ch --its spirit and beauty, its pro. blems and perils and its diviite promise, "Behold, I am with you all days even to the con- summation  the world." (between James & Cherry Streets), TO SERVE YOU Donald and Ruth Snyder (formerly of the ChUck Steak, 13th & Pike) Delicious Barbecue- Roasted Meats Rare Beef  Spare Ribs  Steaks  Pork  Ham Every Friday  Prawns and Scallops FREE PARKING In our lot next door COME IN OFTEN R'DON'S 612 Broadway Other chairmen include the Mesdames William F. Russell and James Dalton; Harold J. Barry, Charles Padhasky and John F. Baisch; Chas. M. Car- roll, Joseph Zimmar, Norman Cimoch, Herbert Voss, Bruno Minardi, George Miori, Thomas Thomsen, Ted Gray, Del Bjor- dahl, Joseph Dahlem, Joseph Lane, George Kirstein, Harry T. Ashmore, and Miss Lola Moran. The public is cordially invited and tickets may be obtained at the door. Denomination Opposes Presiden On :Schools BOSTON (NC) -- The head- quarters of the Unitarian-Uni- versalist Association has pro- tested to President Johnson about his reported intentions to include parochial schools in some aspects of his Federal aid to education proposal. Rev. Dr. Dana McLean Gre- ely, president of the 154,000- member denomination, said the g r o u p opposed, particularly reported plans that shared- time education would be boost- ed in the President's program. The association, he said, "is disturbed by reports that the administration intends to pro- mote the concept of shared- time as a means of subsidizing private, church.related Schools." CITY CLOSE... COUNTRY QUIET ST. LUKES PLACE OPEN . 6 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday thru Saturday .180TH & DAYTON 3-4-5-BEDROOM Rembl or Basement McGrath Homes have chosen this quiet", secluded street" adiacenf t-o St. Luke s Church end School, to build lust ten McGreth Qualify Construction Homes. McGra1-h of. fore 15 Bonus- Luxury. Features in every home,: yef. holds the price unbelievably low. Drive out today! This qule secluded street adlacent to St. Luke's Churi:h and School Is a rare discovery. DIRECTIONS: North on Aurora to Rlchmond Beach Road (N. 185th St.) turn West to Dayton Ave. N. then South to ST. LUKE'S PLACE. Ct.EAN.AFE ECONOMICAL NATURAL GAS HEAT HOMI MacPherson's, Realtors Li 2-3164 EM 4-7450 FAVOR EDUCATION PLAN: Presiden's lVlsgr. Aid Plan Hockwal Wins NEA Calls Backing Message 'Sig ifi an' ' WASHINGTON (NC) -- The n c National Education Association had high praise for President WASHINGTON- A Catholic spokesman has applauded em- Johnson's Federal aid to edu' phasis on "The Child" in Pres- cation proposals, ident J o h n s o n' s educational Robert E. McKay of Burlin- message. game, Calif., chairman of the "Priority is given to children NEA's legislative commission, in areas of economic distress," said it was "politically fens- Msgr. Frederick G. Hochwalt, ible" and a "tremendous shot Director Of The National Cath- in the arm" to areas which olic Welfare Conference Educa- need aid. tion Department said. "This is McKay said he did not inter- asit should be. Improving ed- pret the proposal as aid to par- ueatienal opportunities in areas ochial or other private schools, of proven need will best profit but to the children of poor both the children and the mi- families whether they go to tion. public or priviate schools. "I would urge, hnwever, that He called it a program "all consideration be given to other friends of education" could sup- resources available in those port. areas, namely, the private ntm- Congressional reaction by profit schools. It should be era- and large was favorable, phasiged repeatedly that: the House speaker John MeCor- beneficiaries of any aid pro- mack of Massachusetts said gram should be the child where- ever his wants are found." its proposals to include par- Monsignor Hochwalt called ochial schools are "a decided it of "great significance" that improvement" over past pro- "the President ealls for ca- grams. operation between the nation's McCormack said he has al- public and private schools.,' ways felt that some form of "I have always considered legislation could be enacted to the public and private school support parochial schools that systems of this country tobe would not violate the Fede, ni parmers, not competitors, in Constitution. education," he said. "Our:ex- The President's program is the parience in many parts of :e answer, he said. country proves the great bene- McCormack said he would fit that such a partnership can still vote for an education bill be to the children in all schools. if it came to the floor stripped The administration's suggestion of provisions to aid parochial to extend that partnership poses schools, a new challenge for educators," To Answer(00uest-ions -: Cardinal Turns ,Poe BOSTON (NC)---In answer to countless quesUons on the current state of his health, Richard Cardinal Cushing of Boston turned poet and diagnostician. A poem prind in the weekly "News Notes from the Cardi- naT' section of the Pilot, Boston archdiocesan newspaper, pre- saated an imposing array of symptoms with the concluding re- frain, repeated three times, "I'm awfully well for the shape that I'm in." I'M FINE I live out in Brighton, dose to 17. (i.e., Boston College, near the Cardinal's residence) : And I'm just as healthy as I can be. I have arthritis in both my knees And when I must speak, then I talk with a wheeze. My pulse is weak and my blood is quite thin But I'm awfully well for the shape that I'm in. I need arch supporters to strengthen my feet. : My ankles are swollen; I'm white as a sheet. I toss in my bed without sleep every night; No wonder each morning I look like a sight. My memory is failing, my hand's in a spin, I'm awfully well for the shape that I'm in. Diverticulitis is a word hard to spell But it's disease from which I'll never get well. Uleem that keep me on a diet with malox Prevent me from resting in funeral box. The length of my sermons brings yawns or a grin, But I'm awfully well for the shape that I'm in. The morel is, friends, as this tale I unfold,, " That for you and for me who are fast growing old, It's better to say, "I am fine" with a grin Than to let people know of the shape that we're in.