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ageEight - - , CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGR#SS J CHINA HIERARGHY Ch.,00h INAUGURATED IN t PKLIUM:CEREMONY! The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard " ] o c try. w , y ONE FOLD AND ONE 00nrrnrnv i CathedralPaul YUhere.Pin of Nanking at THE FORCES" of evil have united against Christ; all over the globe--in every clime and among every, people--those who proclaim their detestation of Christianity, those who cry that it is the "opium of the people" are campaigning for converts; and the attribute of this vast propaganda machine that has assured it an alarming degree of success is the unity of command and oneness of purpose which impels it. to operate. All Christianity has a oneness of purpose---the bringing of souls to Christ, but all Christianity has not the unity of command which is essential I to the efficiert carrying out of this purpose. It is in this one cssen- %ial point that our common enemy has put us to shame. Christ Himself constantly reminded us of the unified character of His Church: "I say unto thee that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Thus at i, ts very fotmding Christ emphasized the solid, unbreakable character of His Church and its therefore inherent strength. During the Church Unity Octave, which extends from January 18th to 25th, the Christians of the world are asked ,to pray "Ut atones unum sint"--that all Christians may acknowledge the Pope as the successor of Peter and unite under his rightful leadership, The ecclesiastical constitution was set forth in a decree of the Sacred Congregation for the Prop- agation of the Faith dated April 1t, 1946. China's 3,000,000 Catho- lics were divided by this decree into 20 provinces, each headed by an Archbishop. The l!st of Chinese Archbishops in addition to Archbishop Yu Pin, is as follows: His Eminence Thomas Cardinal T i e n, S.V.D., Archbishop of Peiping; Archb'shops Theodore Labrador, O.P., of Foochow; Jo- seph Ferruccio Rasa O.F.M., of Hankow, Joseph Chow, C.M., of Nanchang; Louise Morel, I.H.M., of Suiyan; Cirillo Rodolfo Jarre, O.F.M., of Tsinanfu; Domenico Capozi, O.F.M., of Taiyuanfu; Pa- cifico Vanni, O.F.M., of Sianfu; Theodore Buddenbrock, S.V.D., of Lanchowfu; Federico Melendro, S.J., of Anking; Louis Jantzen, M.E.P., of Chungking; Secondino The Oriental Church in modern times will be discussed by the Rev. Canisius Kiniry (above), of the Society of the Atonement. on the Catholic Hour program. Sun- day, January 19. Father Kiniry. who is director of radio's Ave Maria Hour, will continue the se- ries of talks inaugurated the pre- vious week by Father Beaton" also of the Graymoor Friars, in -connection with the Church Unity Octave observance, (NC Photos) Seattle Maryknollers Crossed International Dateline on Christmas __ --S__ kipper Saved the Day WH2Not?;eUtStlSe AwhirlLeMra[°a s;:[to  Ko[°tOu r Btehyaruef:me5 troops for stations in the Orient, Martyrs Church in Seattle, and reached the International dateline it was Christmas. But a resource- ful skipper saved the day for all hands by the simple ex-pectlent of dropping Monday, which was only December 23, out of the week in- stead of Wednesday, which was Christmas. And 300 GIs received Holy Communion at the Christmas Mass, and later hugely enjoyed the traditional festivities of the treasured day they might have lost in the middle of the Pacific. This news came, Monday, to the Rev. John F. Walsh, M. M., pastor of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Seattle, from four Mary- knoll priests who had shipped out of here on the transport. They are the Rev. Leo H. Tibesar, M. M., the Rev. John Murrett, M. M., the Rev. William Kaschmitter, M. M. and the Rev. Wm Booth, M. M• They arrived in Yokohama on Dec. 30. Former Seattle pastors Father Tibesar will'be stationed in Tokyo and Father Murrett will be professor of English literature at the Imperial Japanese Univer- both had previously done mission- ary work in the Orient. When they received their current as- signment, Father Murrett was serving as editor of The Field Afar, Maryknoll magazine and Father Tibesar was completing the work of assisting the reloca- tion of Japanese people which he had began when they were moved out of this area at the war's out- break• Father Kaschmitter, whose home is in Cottonwood, Idaho, will be stationed in Japan. He previously had served in Manchuria. And Fa- ther Booth is returning to a mis- sion post he previously held in Korea. FR. M'CORMICK SANG NUPTIAL MASS FOR BROTHER'S WEDDING ancl that the missions may win the world for Christ. The Church Unity Octave was founded in 1908 by Father Paul Francis, then an Anglican, who joined the Roman Catholic Church in the following year. It was given Pope Plus X's blessing in 1909 and in 1916 was highly indulgenced by Pope Benedict XV. Since the beginning of the movement significant strides have been made toward Church unity, particularly in the mission fields• Various Angelican communities ' who had joined in the prayer came into the Church, and two bishops of the Jacobite schismatics of Travancore, South India, who had ob- served the Octave a number of years, accepted, together with many of their flock, the supremacy of the Pope. In some of the Scandi- navian countries Lutheran ministers have joined us in prayer at this time. Orthodox Catholics (who possess a valid priesthood and conse- quently a valid sacramental life, bu who refuse to recognize Papal supremacy) number almost 150,000,000. Protestant religions vie with the Church in mission lands and in more civilized countries. But in dixdsion lies weakne:s and the cancer of confusion. In these trying times a renewed vigor would inspire Christianity upon the return of members of separated churches cm the faith of their ancestors. The last day of the Octave has been dedicated to prayer for the missions--those outposts where humanity is being leavened with the charity ofChrtst. Throughout the year we should pray that their glorious work will reach its fruition in universal knowledge and love of God; Let us join in the concerted prayer of the Chri0tlan world during this Church Unity Octave that we may take part in the furtherance of the Divine plan "that there shall be One Fold and One Shepherd." Enthusiastically Eloquent Good news from the Philippines! Father Samuel Sheehan, Colum- ban Superior in Manila writes: "Hold on to your seat! Malate Church is in use again• Last Sun- day was our Fiesta• The floor was finished and ˘he roof almost com- plete, so we rigged up a high altar and had all the Masses in it for the occasion.....Just as well we did; there was a record attendance• People came from far and near, and even with six Masses we were not able to accommodate the crowds. It has caused no little excite- men€ here. My vocal chords are completely gone from preaching and I have to give a mission in Lingayen next week, but the joy of it would make anybody enthusiastically eloquent." H01y Childhood ,News Sacred Heart Parish, Enumelaw----12 ransoms! It sounds almost impossible, but,the facts cannot be denied. In a very short time the pupils of the ca, techism classes of Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw have adopted 12 pagan children. It is our' good fortune to have o, of Eastern Rites John Deymier, C.M., of Hang- chow; Anthony Fourquet, M.E.P., of Canton; Guistino Albouy, M.E.P., of Nanning; John Larrart, M.g.P., of Kweiyang; and Alex- Told on Catholic Hour ander Derouineau, M.E•P., of Yun- nanfu (Kuiming). Archbishop Jean Marie Blois, M.E.P., of Mukden, has died since his appointment, and the Arch- bishopric of Kaifeng is vacant. Three Nuns Await MacAnhur Okeh To Go To Japan Three sisters of the Good Shep- herd Order are at the Good Shep- herd Home, Seattle, awaiting ap- proval from General MacArthur Headquarters to take up teaching duties in Japan. The nuns, Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sister Mary of Sion arid Sister Mary of St. Suzanne, have been ordered to rert to the convent of the Good Shepherd at Sandal, Japan, lo- cated about 60 miles outside of Tokyo: Originally a foursome, the sis- ters bade goodbye to Sister Irenee, who left Dec. 23 for Tokyo. She was granted a permit readily hav- ing worked in Japan before. She was interned in a Japanese con- centration camp during hostilities. Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help will be the assist- ant superior at the Japanese in- stitution when she arrives. All Canadian born, the sisters ,came ! here from Montreal. In Memoriam heard from the intermediate catechism class whose letter tells the I Pray for your departed whole .... story. It reads." "The mtermedmte" " catech!sm" class' is" very I . priests fo Holy Ch,ldhood Asso O the chanty of your Masse, pleased to be able ˘o ransom 12 babies r the i -IT . a and prayers are commended el"arian. Part of the enclosed funds were given by the clases on I : " " .............. ur class realized ..... me sores of the zollowing aepart- aturoay morning, ana nllxy tailors O1 I:nls flmount o ........... eu prmsts, WhO nau serve in me Diocese of Seattle: The Rev. P. Van Holderbekc, died January 18, 1901. The Rev. Terence Caraher, died January 22, 1932. The Rev. R. Manlouloux, died January 22, 1919. from the sale of calendars and Christmas cards, so the undersigned l are very happy to be able to state that hey are responsible for six of the babies ransomed•" -Signed by: Mary J., Fred, Donna, Joan, Mary L., Marilyn, Thomas, Pat H., Jas. Mahlen, Jas. Marris, Wayne, Eric, Kenny, Jerome, Edna, Ixael, Elsie, Jo Ann, Elinor, Laurence, Julius, Albert Gerry, Robert Dickie. St. Anthony School, Renton--90 ransoms reads the record for the children of St. Anthony School. We know that he postman was weighted down with prizes at Christmas time when he made his calls at St. Anthony. After all the Holy Childhood seals these pupils said, the customary prizes they had earned were considerable• In addition they have done well with their regular ransoms. Immaculate Conception School, EverettA recent check for-30 more adoptions brings the total at the present time to 68 ransoms. This is the result of the sale of Christmas seals and voluntary con- Cributions on the part of the children of this school. All told it adds up to a very fine record. St. James Cathedral, Seattle---237 ransoms is the total result of the efforts of the pupils at the Cathedral School during the recent i PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In Probate.--No. 97123.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Helen A• Smith, an incompetent person. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Guardian of the estate of Helen A. Smith, an incompetent per- son; that all persons having claims against said Helen A. Smith are hereby required to serve the same. duly veri- fied. on said guardian or his attorneys of record at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such seal campaign. When we add this to a figure of 31 previous ransoms, i service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, We get the amazing total of 268 ransoms. This is a figure that will I or the same will be barred. be hard to surpass.  Date of first publication January 17, 11147. HAROLD E. SMITH, Guardian of said Estate. SLOVAK CATHOLIC WOMEN ]called on Archbishop Josef Beran 1212 American Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. SEEK RETURN OF HUSBANDS of Prague and asked his aid in PADDEN & MORIARTY ] .eeking. the repatriation of some Attorneys for Estate, 1212 American Building, PRAGUE. -- A deputaU.on of i 1,200 Slovak men, deported to Seattle, Wash• " I Date of final publication January 31, Catholic women from Slovakia Russia by the Soviet Army. 1947. i PADDEN AND MORIARTY Attorneys For Estate 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Si State of Washington for the County nee 1911... of King. In Probate.--No. 100519.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret a name that has Noble, Deceased. ' ==! Notice is hereby given that the un- Idersigned has been appointed and has the confidence of the llIqualified as executrix of the estate of m...,t,.u lMargaret, Noble Deceased; that all I. persons having laims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said execu- trix or her attorneys of record at the address helow stated, and file the same Catholic people of Seattle. I with the Clerk of said Court, together JOSEPH  D with proof of such service within six • months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be Manning & Sons I barred Date of first publication January I0, 1947. MYRTLE M. NOBLE, I Executrix of said Estate, Funeral Directors 1212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. PADDEN & MORIARTY. 1634 llth Ave. EAst 74[84 II Attorneys for Estate. $1 To Stress Unity Octave (N.C.W.C. News Service) ,"This, of course, is not true. I ]EW YORK, Jan. 13.--]mpha- I know of hundreds of Catholic •  sizing the impending observ-I churches where not even a single once of the Church Unity Octave, ]word of Latin is spoken during eight-day program of prayer from lMass. There are countries where January 18 to 25 for the religious [ Mass is celebrated in Arabic; oth- unity of all Christendom, the Rev. ] era where it is celebrated in Chal- Alexander Beaton, S.A. of Atone- ] dean, Slavonic, Armenian. In nent Seminary, Washington, re- lated "The Story of the Eastern Rites" Sunday on the Catholic Hour radio program. "One of the intentions of the Octave," Father Beaton said, "is to pray for the return of those members of the Eastern-Rites who do not give obedience to the See of Peter. The Eastern Catholics are great powers in this work of Church Unity. It will ,be through them that the unity of the East will be accomplished, because they have the culture of the Orient. They understand the problems of their Eastern brothers. We should therefore encourage and pray for them• It is only when the peoplgs of the East and West meet in mutual love, in unity of faith and obedience, that the prayer of Christ will be fulfilled: 'That they may be one, even as we are one • . that they may be perfected in unity.' " 22 Rites In the Church Because so many n this country belong "to and are acquainted with the Latin Rite, Father Beaten said, they conclude that it is the only rite in the world. He added: National Legion Ot Deceucy Li.00 some lands, one can hear Mass in Greek and Old Ethiopian." There are 22 Rites n the Church, Father Beaton declared, "all of them united in faith and loyalty with .the Pope of Rome, the Vicar on earth of the Eternal Christ in Heaven. Just as you can trace your ancestry and culture, so also may one trace the history of the different rites to Christ in the Supper Room at' Jerusalem." Father Beaton also emphasized that "the holy Mass, called the Divine Liturgy in the Eastern Rite, s celebrated today not only fin the one language, (Latin), but in twelve different ones•" Sister Mary Joseph, MaryknolI Sisters' Foundress Retires OSSINING, N. Y., Jan. 14. -- (NC) -- Mother Mary Joseph, the foundress and first Mother General of the Foreign Mission Sisters of St. Dominic popularly known as, the Maryknoll Sisters, has retired l from her position as head of the society, i.t was announced at the community's headquarters here. Mother Mary Columba of Phila- delphia has been elected to suc- ceed hr. The retiring Mother Geheral founded the Maryknoll Sisters in  1912 with a view to providing sec- retarial and house help fo rthe Maryknoll Fathers. Formerly Miss Mary Rogers, she was a teacher in the Boston Public Schools and did voluntary work on the Maryknoll mission publication, The Field Afar, before founding the new community. The newly founded society was placed under the direction of the Dominican Sisters and it was not until 1920 that it received papal approbation..The society, which has spread through vnany dioceses in the United States, China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hawaii and South America, now numbers more i than 600 members. Editors: The following are the titles of films reviewed this week to be used in their respective classifica- tion of the Legion of Decency List: Class A, Section 1 ( unobjectionable ) Magic Bow, The--(GFD-Univer- sal. ) Schrammeln (German) -- Ein Wien-Film. ) Shocking Miss Pilgrim, The-- (20th-Century Fox.) Sweetheart of Sigma Chi -- (Monogram.) Class A, Section 2 (unobjectionable for adults) California--(Paramount.) Locket, The--(RKO.) CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 20c ver line. Forms dose Thursday a.m. COMPTOMETE $CHOOL NROLL NOW--Day, Half Day, and Evening Classes In New Short Streamlined Comptometer Course at the Comptometer School Douglaz Bldg.. MA. 8633. 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BUY OR SELL your home in West Seattle through Joe Casey, Ag2., WE. 6126 or AV. 4500. 2-7-47 $20 reward for information enabling me to buy old dilapidated house, if cheap, close-in, near Catholic Church and School. Phone Mr. Campbell, EL. 1784 or write P. O. Box 134, Seattle 11. Wash. 1-17-47. REAL ESTATE HOME NEAR ST. ANTHONY'S Ideal Catholic family 5-rm. home. - block from St. Anthony Church and School, 2 bedrooms, living room, din- ing room, kitchen, utility and mod- ern bath 75x140 ft. lot. Some furni- ture included. Only $1,650 doWn, bal- lance like rent with 4% interest. VETERANS REALTY. 10305 Green- wood Ave., SU. 9355. 1-17-47 I WANT'EDTO RENT Telephone Company employee and wife need furnished or unfurnished apart- ment or house. A permanent Seattle • residenL Best of references. VEr- mont g034. 1-1746 The Very Rev. John P. McCor- mick, S.S., president of St. Ed- ward Seminary here sang nuptial high Mass in St. Ann Church, Cleveland on Dec. 28 for the wed- ding of his brother Francis X. :McCormick, of Seattle, a son of Mrs. John P. McCormick and the late Mr. McCormick. The bride, an attractive Cleveland girl, is the Friday, January 17, 1947 :. . • ST. CHR'A!TOPNSEa! .ainEiDAoLS UraO1 designs, witch st.n;htr:koSheV medal on front, convenient pin back. Oxidized silverplate, each 40c Acid test gold plate, enameled dec- / orations .................................... $1.50  r-,:' Sterling inlaid in crystal ......... $4.85 BICYCLE MEDALS Again in stock! St. Christopher medals with sturdy clips. Silver plated. Each ..............  ......................... 40c STERLING SILVER MEDALS Beautifully hand chased. Combination St. Christopher and Scapular ............................................................ $1.40 Extra heavy silver chains. .................................... $3.75 Medium weight chains ............................................ $2.20 The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth. Ave. 744 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Btores also in Spokane, Wash.: Vancouver, B. C. sioner and Ray W. Sullivan, both of Seattle. Charles Diebler led the assembly in singing "God Bless America." PIRATE PRESENT George Grennan, former O'Dca High student, who signed up last season with the Pittsburgh Pi- rates is vacationing at his home in Enumclaw. The 6-foot-2 first baseman rene'wed acquaintance- ships at the parish Holy Name breakfast meeting, Sunday. He saw war service with the Sea- bees. daughter of :Mrs. Michael Merri- { ENUhTCLAW. -- G e o r g e M. man and the late Mr. Merriman. i Stuntz addressed a large meeting Bridesmaid was Miss Helen I of the Holy Name Society, at Sharkin of Cleveland and the best[breakfast Sunday, n Sacred Heart man for Mr. McCormick was Mr. Parish hall. Among especially in- John J, Fitzpatrick, of New York vited guests were a number of City, a cousin of the groom. Ush- non-Catholics whose families are era were Messrs. Thomas and Da- Catholic. vid Murphy, cousins of the bride. Basil McHugh, president of the At the end of the ceremony per- ' t society, paid tribute to the la- rHERE ARE MOMENTS formed by Father McCormick, the! Papal B1 essin g, transmitted l dies of the parish who served a Pierre d'Allly, Archbishop of delicious meal on flower-decked Cambrai, preached: "For the most through the Apostolic Delegate, tables. Visiting members intro- I significant moments of life there was communicated to the newly duced included Jim Morrison, l are no words of poetry, no tones married couple• president of the Renton Holy]of music, no coIors of painting to After a short trip in the east, IName Society, George McAteer, express one's emotion; there is deputy state insurance commis- only silence or prayer!" Buy Custom Built Furniture At Factory Prices Also Furniture Re-Upholstering FREE Estimates in Your Home Nice Selection of Fabrics LLOYD'S & gO. FURNITURE 510 E. 65th St. KE. 0878 the newlyweds came to Seattle, where they will make their home. Mr. McCormick is a veteran of U. S. Army intelligence corps service in Europe. 317 Reds, Barred From U. S. Jobs, Report Says WASHINGTON, Jan. 13--(NC) --A total of 580 persons, who in-l eluded 317 communists and fellow party-liners, were barred from jobs in the Federal service during 1944- 45-46 on grounds of questionable loyalty, it has been disclosed in the 63rd annual report of the Civil Service Commission submitted to Congress.____.= Radio Programs Saturday, Jan. 18, KOL, 7:30 to 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOMO, 3to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Canisius Kiniry will deliver the address. Sunday, Jan. 19, KXA, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOL, 3:45 to 4 p. m.--Stories from the Digest. CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE C0. Reasonable Rates... Efficient and MAin 3043 careful handling by men who know how I9 Terry Avenue North HUGH MacDONALD, President PUBLIC MARKET CENTER ECONOMY PIKE PLACE CORNER SANITARY WHERE THE BEST MEAT, GROCERIES, FISH AND VEGETABLES ARE SOLI* MURRAY'S Food Shop FULL LINE FRESH Hams & Bacon MEATS De00catessen 1511 PIKE PLACE MAin 2. 97 5 Seattle, z Neupert & Co. Sanitary Public Market First and Pike MAin 6996 Neupert's White Center Grocery 9465 Delridge Way AV. 0700 Open Evenings Until 10 P. M, FRUITS -- VEGETABLES -- GROCERIES PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT 83 PINE STREET PHONE MA. 1826 SWArrL 1 PATRONIZE PROGRESS ADVERTISERS ageEight - - , CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGR#SS J CHINA HIERARGHY Ch.,00h INAUGURATED IN t PKLIUM:CEREMONY! The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard " ] o c try. w , y ONE FOLD AND ONE 00nrrnrnv i CathedralPaul YUhere.Pin of Nanking at THE FORCES" of evil have united against Christ; all over the globe--in every clime and among every, people--those who proclaim their detestation of Christianity, those who cry that it is the "opium of the people" are campaigning for converts; and the attribute of this vast propaganda machine that has assured it an alarming degree of success is the unity of command and oneness of purpose which impels it. to operate. All Christianity has a oneness of purpose---the bringing of souls to Christ, but all Christianity has not the unity of command which is essential I to the efficiert carrying out of this purpose. It is in this one cssen- %ial point that our common enemy has put us to shame. Christ Himself constantly reminded us of the unified character of His Church: "I say unto thee that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Thus at i, ts very fotmding Christ emphasized the solid, unbreakable character of His Church and its therefore inherent strength. During the Church Unity Octave, which extends from January 18th to 25th, the Christians of the world are asked ,to pray "Ut atones unum sint"--that all Christians may acknowledge the Pope as the successor of Peter and unite under his rightful leadership, The ecclesiastical constitution was set forth in a decree of the Sacred Congregation for the Prop- agation of the Faith dated April 1t, 1946. China's 3,000,000 Catho- lics were divided by this decree into 20 provinces, each headed by an Archbishop. The l!st of Chinese Archbishops in addition to Archbishop Yu Pin, is as follows: His Eminence Thomas Cardinal T i e n, S.V.D., Archbishop of Peiping; Archb'shops Theodore Labrador, O.P., of Foochow; Jo- seph Ferruccio Rasa O.F.M., of Hankow, Joseph Chow, C.M., of Nanchang; Louise Morel, I.H.M., of Suiyan; Cirillo Rodolfo Jarre, O.F.M., of Tsinanfu; Domenico Capozi, O.F.M., of Taiyuanfu; Pa- cifico Vanni, O.F.M., of Sianfu; Theodore Buddenbrock, S.V.D., of Lanchowfu; Federico Melendro, S.J., of Anking; Louis Jantzen, M.E.P., of Chungking; Secondino The Oriental Church in modern times will be discussed by the Rev. Canisius Kiniry (above), of the Society of the Atonement. on the Catholic Hour program. Sun- day, January 19. Father Kiniry. who is director of radio's Ave Maria Hour, will continue the se- ries of talks inaugurated the pre- vious week by Father Beaton" also of the Graymoor Friars, in -connection with the Church Unity Octave observance, (NC Photos) Seattle Maryknollers Crossed International Dateline on Christmas __ --S__ kipper Saved the Day WH2Not?;eUtStlSe AwhirlLeMra[°a s;:[to  Ko[°tOu r Btehyaruef:me5 troops for stations in the Orient, Martyrs Church in Seattle, and reached the International dateline it was Christmas. But a resource- ful skipper saved the day for all hands by the simple ex-pectlent of dropping Monday, which was only December 23, out of the week in- stead of Wednesday, which was Christmas. And 300 GIs received Holy Communion at the Christmas Mass, and later hugely enjoyed the traditional festivities of the treasured day they might have lost in the middle of the Pacific. This news came, Monday, to the Rev. John F. Walsh, M. M., pastor of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Seattle, from four Mary- knoll priests who had shipped out of here on the transport. They are the Rev. Leo H. Tibesar, M. M., the Rev. John Murrett, M. M., the Rev. William Kaschmitter, M. M. and the Rev. Wm Booth, M. M• They arrived in Yokohama on Dec. 30. Former Seattle pastors Father Tibesar will'be stationed in Tokyo and Father Murrett will be professor of English literature at the Imperial Japanese Univer- both had previously done mission- ary work in the Orient. When they received their current as- signment, Father Murrett was serving as editor of The Field Afar, Maryknoll magazine and Father Tibesar was completing the work of assisting the reloca- tion of Japanese people which he had began when they were moved out of this area at the war's out- break• Father Kaschmitter, whose home is in Cottonwood, Idaho, will be stationed in Japan. He previously had served in Manchuria. And Fa- ther Booth is returning to a mis- sion post he previously held in Korea. FR. M'CORMICK SANG NUPTIAL MASS FOR BROTHER'S WEDDING ancl that the missions may win the world for Christ. The Church Unity Octave was founded in 1908 by Father Paul Francis, then an Anglican, who joined the Roman Catholic Church in the following year. It was given Pope Plus X's blessing in 1909 and in 1916 was highly indulgenced by Pope Benedict XV. Since the beginning of the movement significant strides have been made toward Church unity, particularly in the mission fields• Various Angelican communities ' who had joined in the prayer came into the Church, and two bishops of the Jacobite schismatics of Travancore, South India, who had ob- served the Octave a number of years, accepted, together with many of their flock, the supremacy of the Pope. In some of the Scandi- navian countries Lutheran ministers have joined us in prayer at this time. Orthodox Catholics (who possess a valid priesthood and conse- quently a valid sacramental life, bu who refuse to recognize Papal supremacy) number almost 150,000,000. Protestant religions vie with the Church in mission lands and in more civilized countries. But in dixdsion lies weakne:s and the cancer of confusion. In these trying times a renewed vigor would inspire Christianity upon the return of members of separated churches cm the faith of their ancestors. The last day of the Octave has been dedicated to prayer for the missions--those outposts where humanity is being leavened with the charity ofChrtst. Throughout the year we should pray that their glorious work will reach its fruition in universal knowledge and love of God; Let us join in the concerted prayer of the Chri0tlan world during this Church Unity Octave that we may take part in the furtherance of the Divine plan "that there shall be One Fold and One Shepherd." Enthusiastically Eloquent Good news from the Philippines! Father Samuel Sheehan, Colum- ban Superior in Manila writes: "Hold on to your seat! Malate Church is in use again• Last Sun- day was our Fiesta• The floor was finished and ˘he roof almost com- plete, so we rigged up a high altar and had all the Masses in it for the occasion.....Just as well we did; there was a record attendance• People came from far and near, and even with six Masses we were not able to accommodate the crowds. It has caused no little excite- men€ here. My vocal chords are completely gone from preaching and I have to give a mission in Lingayen next week, but the joy of it would make anybody enthusiastically eloquent." H01y Childhood ,News Sacred Heart Parish, Enumelaw----12 ransoms! It sounds almost impossible, but,the facts cannot be denied. In a very short time the pupils of the ca, techism classes of Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw have adopted 12 pagan children. It is our' good fortune to have o, of Eastern Rites John Deymier, C.M., of Hang- chow; Anthony Fourquet, M.E.P., of Canton; Guistino Albouy, M.E.P., of Nanning; John Larrart, M.g.P., of Kweiyang; and Alex- Told on Catholic Hour ander Derouineau, M.E•P., of Yun- nanfu (Kuiming). Archbishop Jean Marie Blois, M.E.P., of Mukden, has died since his appointment, and the Arch- bishopric of Kaifeng is vacant. Three Nuns Await MacAnhur Okeh To Go To Japan Three sisters of the Good Shep- herd Order are at the Good Shep- herd Home, Seattle, awaiting ap- proval from General MacArthur Headquarters to take up teaching duties in Japan. The nuns, Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sister Mary of Sion arid Sister Mary of St. Suzanne, have been ordered to rert to the convent of the Good Shepherd at Sandal, Japan, lo- cated about 60 miles outside of Tokyo: Originally a foursome, the sis- ters bade goodbye to Sister Irenee, who left Dec. 23 for Tokyo. She was granted a permit readily hav- ing worked in Japan before. She was interned in a Japanese con- centration camp during hostilities. Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help will be the assist- ant superior at the Japanese in- stitution when she arrives. All Canadian born, the sisters ,came ! here from Montreal. In Memoriam heard from the intermediate catechism class whose letter tells the I Pray for your departed whole .... story. It reads." "The mtermedmte" " catech!sm" class' is" very I . priests fo Holy Ch,ldhood Asso O the chanty of your Masse, pleased to be able ˘o ransom 12 babies r the i -IT . a and prayers are commended el"arian. Part of the enclosed funds were given by the clases on I : " " .............. ur class realized ..... me sores of the zollowing aepart- aturoay morning, ana nllxy tailors O1 I:nls flmount o ........... eu prmsts, WhO nau serve in me Diocese of Seattle: The Rev. P. Van Holderbekc, died January 18, 1901. The Rev. Terence Caraher, died January 22, 1932. The Rev. R. Manlouloux, died January 22, 1919. from the sale of calendars and Christmas cards, so the undersigned l are very happy to be able to state that hey are responsible for six of the babies ransomed•" -Signed by: Mary J., Fred, Donna, Joan, Mary L., Marilyn, Thomas, Pat H., Jas. Mahlen, Jas. Marris, Wayne, Eric, Kenny, Jerome, Edna, Ixael, Elsie, Jo Ann, Elinor, Laurence, Julius, Albert Gerry, Robert Dickie. St. Anthony School, Renton--90 ransoms reads the record for the children of St. Anthony School. We know that he postman was weighted down with prizes at Christmas time when he made his calls at St. Anthony. After all the Holy Childhood seals these pupils said, the customary prizes they had earned were considerable• In addition they have done well with their regular ransoms. Immaculate Conception School, EverettA recent check for-30 more adoptions brings the total at the present time to 68 ransoms. This is the result of the sale of Christmas seals and voluntary con- Cributions on the part of the children of this school. All told it adds up to a very fine record. St. James Cathedral, Seattle---237 ransoms is the total result of the efforts of the pupils at the Cathedral School during the recent i PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In Probate.--No. 97123.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Helen A• Smith, an incompetent person. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Guardian of the estate of Helen A. Smith, an incompetent per- son; that all persons having claims against said Helen A. Smith are hereby required to serve the same. duly veri- fied. on said guardian or his attorneys of record at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such seal campaign. When we add this to a figure of 31 previous ransoms, i service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, We get the amazing total of 268 ransoms. This is a figure that will I or the same will be barred. be hard to surpass.  Date of first publication January 17, 11147. HAROLD E. SMITH, Guardian of said Estate. SLOVAK CATHOLIC WOMEN ]called on Archbishop Josef Beran 1212 American Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. SEEK RETURN OF HUSBANDS of Prague and asked his aid in PADDEN & MORIARTY ] .eeking. the repatriation of some Attorneys for Estate, 1212 American Building, PRAGUE. -- A deputaU.on of i 1,200 Slovak men, deported to Seattle, Wash• " I Date of final publication January 31, Catholic women from Slovakia Russia by the Soviet Army. 1947. i PADDEN AND MORIARTY Attorneys For Estate 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Si State of Washington for the County nee 1911... of King. In Probate.--No. 100519.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret a name that has Noble, Deceased. ' ==! Notice is hereby given that the un- Idersigned has been appointed and has the confidence of the llIqualified as executrix of the estate of m...,t,.u lMargaret, Noble Deceased; that all I. persons having laims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said execu- trix or her attorneys of record at the address helow stated, and file the same Catholic people of Seattle. I with the Clerk of said Court, together JOSEPH  D with proof of such service within six • months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be Manning & Sons I barred Date of first publication January I0, 1947. MYRTLE M. NOBLE, I Executrix of said Estate, Funeral Directors 1212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. PADDEN & MORIARTY. 1634 llth Ave. EAst 74[84 II Attorneys for Estate. $1 To Stress Unity Octave (N.C.W.C. News Service) ,"This, of course, is not true. I ]EW YORK, Jan. 13.--]mpha- I know of hundreds of Catholic •  sizing the impending observ-I churches where not even a single once of the Church Unity Octave, ]word of Latin is spoken during eight-day program of prayer from lMass. There are countries where January 18 to 25 for the religious [ Mass is celebrated in Arabic; oth- unity of all Christendom, the Rev. ] era where it is celebrated in Chal- Alexander Beaton, S.A. of Atone- ] dean, Slavonic, Armenian. In nent Seminary, Washington, re- lated "The Story of the Eastern Rites" Sunday on the Catholic Hour radio program. "One of the intentions of the Octave," Father Beaton said, "is to pray for the return of those members of the Eastern-Rites who do not give obedience to the See of Peter. The Eastern Catholics are great powers in this work of Church Unity. It will ,be through them that the unity of the East will be accomplished, because they have the culture of the Orient. They understand the problems of their Eastern brothers. We should therefore encourage and pray for them• It is only when the peoplgs of the East and West meet in mutual love, in unity of faith and obedience, that the prayer of Christ will be fulfilled: 'That they may be one, even as we are one • . that they may be perfected in unity.' " 22 Rites In the Church Because so many n this country belong "to and are acquainted with the Latin Rite, Father Beaten said, they conclude that it is the only rite in the world. He added: National Legion Ot Deceucy Li.00 some lands, one can hear Mass in Greek and Old Ethiopian." There are 22 Rites n the Church, Father Beaton declared, "all of them united in faith and loyalty with .the Pope of Rome, the Vicar on earth of the Eternal Christ in Heaven. Just as you can trace your ancestry and culture, so also may one trace the history of the different rites to Christ in the Supper Room at' Jerusalem." Father Beaton also emphasized that "the holy Mass, called the Divine Liturgy in the Eastern Rite, s celebrated today not only fin the one language, (Latin), but in twelve different ones•" Sister Mary Joseph, MaryknolI Sisters' Foundress Retires OSSINING, N. Y., Jan. 14. -- (NC) -- Mother Mary Joseph, the foundress and first Mother General of the Foreign Mission Sisters of St. Dominic popularly known as, the Maryknoll Sisters, has retired l from her position as head of the society, i.t was announced at the community's headquarters here. Mother Mary Columba of Phila- delphia has been elected to suc- ceed hr. The retiring Mother Geheral founded the Maryknoll Sisters in  1912 with a view to providing sec- retarial and house help fo rthe Maryknoll Fathers. Formerly Miss Mary Rogers, she was a teacher in the Boston Public Schools and did voluntary work on the Maryknoll mission publication, The Field Afar, before founding the new community. The newly founded society was placed under the direction of the Dominican Sisters and it was not until 1920 that it received papal approbation..The society, which has spread through vnany dioceses in the United States, China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hawaii and South America, now numbers more i than 600 members. Editors: The following are the titles of films reviewed this week to be used in their respective classifica- tion of the Legion of Decency List: Class A, Section 1 ( unobjectionable ) Magic Bow, The--(GFD-Univer- sal. ) Schrammeln (German) -- Ein Wien-Film. ) Shocking Miss Pilgrim, The-- (20th-Century Fox.) Sweetheart of Sigma Chi -- (Monogram.) Class A, Section 2 (unobjectionable for adults) California--(Paramount.) Locket, The--(RKO.) CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 20c ver line. Forms dose Thursday a.m. COMPTOMETE $CHOOL NROLL NOW--Day, Half Day, and Evening Classes In New Short Streamlined Comptometer Course at the Comptometer School Douglaz Bldg.. MA. 8633. INCOME TAX CONSULTANT WILLIAM F. MILLER Your Tax Problems Solved Seattl, College Alumnus) 3rfl & Marion El,. 2755 tf We have CASH BUYERS waiting to buy your home in any good district from $6,000 to $50,000 May we help you sell yours? PAUL L. STEPHENSON, REALTOR KE. 2213 KE. 6580 3801 E. 45th St. Will give large, roughl finished, warm basement housekeeping room in ex- change for building fire about 3 p.m., etc. GA 9547. 1-17-47 I WANTED ONE or two bedroom, unfurnished 1212 American Bldg., January24, house, apartment near Blessed Sac- Seattle. Wash. rament or Our Lady of Lake. Quiet, Date of final publication, midde-aged couple.. Permanent. Ad- 1947. dress "I e/o The Progress. 1-24-47 BUSINESS lady desires small apart. ment, room, bath, kitehenett2 o: similar. Capitol Hill preferred. Ad- dress "H.E." c/o The Progre. tf WANTED BY FEB. 1 SINGLE room, with meals if possible. Prefer St. Teresa Parish. Address "Y" c/o The Progress. BUY OR SELL your home in West Seattle through Joe Casey, Ag2., WE. 6126 or AV. 4500. 2-7-47 $20 reward for information enabling me to buy old dilapidated house, if cheap, close-in, near Catholic Church and School. Phone Mr. Campbell, EL. 1784 or write P. O. Box 134, Seattle 11. Wash. 1-17-47. REAL ESTATE HOME NEAR ST. ANTHONY'S Ideal Catholic family 5-rm. home. - block from St. Anthony Church and School, 2 bedrooms, living room, din- ing room, kitchen, utility and mod- ern bath 75x140 ft. lot. Some furni- ture included. Only $1,650 doWn, bal- lance like rent with 4% interest. VETERANS REALTY. 10305 Green- wood Ave., SU. 9355. 1-17-47 I WANT'EDTO RENT Telephone Company employee and wife need furnished or unfurnished apart- ment or house. A permanent Seattle • residenL Best of references. VEr- mont g034. 1-1746 The Very Rev. John P. McCor- mick, S.S., president of St. Ed- ward Seminary here sang nuptial high Mass in St. Ann Church, Cleveland on Dec. 28 for the wed- ding of his brother Francis X. :McCormick, of Seattle, a son of Mrs. John P. McCormick and the late Mr. McCormick. The bride, an attractive Cleveland girl, is the Friday, January 17, 1947 :. . • ST. CHR'A!TOPNSEa! .ainEiDAoLS UraO1 designs, witch st.n;htr:koSheV medal on front, convenient pin back. Oxidized silverplate, each 40c Acid test gold plate, enameled dec- / orations .................................... $1.50  r-,:' Sterling inlaid in crystal ......... $4.85 BICYCLE MEDALS Again in stock! St. Christopher medals with sturdy clips. Silver plated. Each ..............  ......................... 40c STERLING SILVER MEDALS Beautifully hand chased. Combination St. Christopher and Scapular ............................................................ $1.40 Extra heavy silver chains. .................................... $3.75 Medium weight chains ............................................ $2.20 The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth. Ave. 744 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Btores also in Spokane, Wash.: Vancouver, B. C. sioner and Ray W. Sullivan, both of Seattle. Charles Diebler led the assembly in singing "God Bless America." PIRATE PRESENT George Grennan, former O'Dca High student, who signed up last season with the Pittsburgh Pi- rates is vacationing at his home in Enumclaw. The 6-foot-2 first baseman rene'wed acquaintance- ships at the parish Holy Name breakfast meeting, Sunday. He saw war service with the Sea- bees. daughter of :Mrs. Michael Merri- { ENUhTCLAW. -- G e o r g e M. man and the late Mr. Merriman. i Stuntz addressed a large meeting Bridesmaid was Miss Helen I of the Holy Name Society, at Sharkin of Cleveland and the best[breakfast Sunday, n Sacred Heart man for Mr. McCormick was Mr. Parish hall. Among especially in- John J, Fitzpatrick, of New York vited guests were a number of City, a cousin of the groom. Ush- non-Catholics whose families are era were Messrs. Thomas and Da- Catholic. vid Murphy, cousins of the bride. Basil McHugh, president of the At the end of the ceremony per- ' t society, paid tribute to the la- rHERE ARE MOMENTS formed by Father McCormick, the! Papal B1 essin g, transmitted l dies of the parish who served a Pierre d'Allly, Archbishop of delicious meal on flower-decked Cambrai, preached: "For the most through the Apostolic Delegate, tables. Visiting members intro- I significant moments of life there was communicated to the newly duced included Jim Morrison, l are no words of poetry, no tones married couple• president of the Renton Holy]of music, no coIors of painting to After a short trip in the east, IName Society, George McAteer, express one's emotion; there is deputy state insurance commis- only silence or prayer!" Buy Custom Built Furniture At Factory Prices Also Furniture Re-Upholstering FREE Estimates in Your Home Nice Selection of Fabrics LLOYD'S & gO. FURNITURE 510 E. 65th St. KE. 0878 the newlyweds came to Seattle, where they will make their home. Mr. McCormick is a veteran of U. S. Army intelligence corps service in Europe. 317 Reds, Barred From U. S. Jobs, Report Says WASHINGTON, Jan. 13--(NC) --A total of 580 persons, who in-l eluded 317 communists and fellow party-liners, were barred from jobs in the Federal service during 1944- 45-46 on grounds of questionable loyalty, it has been disclosed in the 63rd annual report of the Civil Service Commission submitted to Congress.____.= Radio Programs Saturday, Jan. 18, KOL, 7:30 to 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOMO, 3to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Canisius Kiniry will deliver the address. Sunday, Jan. 19, KXA, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOL, 3:45 to 4 p. m.--Stories from the Digest. CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE C0. Reasonable Rates... Efficient and MAin 3043 careful handling by men who know how I9 Terry Avenue North HUGH MacDONALD, President PUBLIC MARKET CENTER ECONOMY PIKE PLACE CORNER SANITARY WHERE THE BEST MEAT, GROCERIES, FISH AND VEGETABLES ARE SOLI* MURRAY'S Food Shop FULL LINE FRESH Hams & Bacon MEATS De00catessen 1511 PIKE PLACE MAin 2. 97 5 Seattle, z Neupert & Co. Sanitary Public Market First and Pike MAin 6996 Neupert's White Center Grocery 9465 Delridge Way AV. 0700 Open Evenings Until 10 P. M, FRUITS -- VEGETABLES -- GROCERIES PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT 83 PINE STREET PHONE MA. 1826 SWArrL 1 PATRONIZE PROGRESS ADVERTISERS ageEight - - , CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGR#SS J CHINA HIERARGHY Ch.,00h INAUGURATED IN t PKLIUM:CEREMONY! The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard " ] o c try. w , y ONE FOLD AND ONE 00nrrnrnv i CathedralPaul YUhere.Pin of Nanking at THE FORCES" of evil have united against Christ; all over the globe--in every clime and among every, people--those who proclaim their detestation of Christianity, those who cry that it is the "opium of the people" are campaigning for converts; and the attribute of this vast propaganda machine that has assured it an alarming degree of success is the unity of command and oneness of purpose which impels it. to operate. All Christianity has a oneness of purpose---the bringing of souls to Christ, but all Christianity has not the unity of command which is essential I to the efficiert carrying out of this purpose. It is in this one cssen- %ial point that our common enemy has put us to shame. Christ Himself constantly reminded us of the unified character of His Church: "I say unto thee that thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build My Church, and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it." Thus at i, ts very fotmding Christ emphasized the solid, unbreakable character of His Church and its therefore inherent strength. During the Church Unity Octave, which extends from January 18th to 25th, the Christians of the world are asked ,to pray "Ut atones unum sint"--that all Christians may acknowledge the Pope as the successor of Peter and unite under his rightful leadership, The ecclesiastical constitution was set forth in a decree of the Sacred Congregation for the Prop- agation of the Faith dated April 1t, 1946. China's 3,000,000 Catho- lics were divided by this decree into 20 provinces, each headed by an Archbishop. The l!st of Chinese Archbishops in addition to Archbishop Yu Pin, is as follows: His Eminence Thomas Cardinal T i e n, S.V.D., Archbishop of Peiping; Archb'shops Theodore Labrador, O.P., of Foochow; Jo- seph Ferruccio Rasa O.F.M., of Hankow, Joseph Chow, C.M., of Nanchang; Louise Morel, I.H.M., of Suiyan; Cirillo Rodolfo Jarre, O.F.M., of Tsinanfu; Domenico Capozi, O.F.M., of Taiyuanfu; Pa- cifico Vanni, O.F.M., of Sianfu; Theodore Buddenbrock, S.V.D., of Lanchowfu; Federico Melendro, S.J., of Anking; Louis Jantzen, M.E.P., of Chungking; Secondino The Oriental Church in modern times will be discussed by the Rev. Canisius Kiniry (above), of the Society of the Atonement. on the Catholic Hour program. Sun- day, January 19. Father Kiniry. who is director of radio's Ave Maria Hour, will continue the se- ries of talks inaugurated the pre- vious week by Father Beaton" also of the Graymoor Friars, in -connection with the Church Unity Octave observance, (NC Photos) Seattle Maryknollers Crossed International Dateline on Christmas __ --S__ kipper Saved the Day WH2Not?;eUtStlSe AwhirlLeMra[°a s;:[to  Ko[°tOu r Btehyaruef:me5 troops for stations in the Orient, Martyrs Church in Seattle, and reached the International dateline it was Christmas. But a resource- ful skipper saved the day for all hands by the simple ex-pectlent of dropping Monday, which was only December 23, out of the week in- stead of Wednesday, which was Christmas. And 300 GIs received Holy Communion at the Christmas Mass, and later hugely enjoyed the traditional festivities of the treasured day they might have lost in the middle of the Pacific. This news came, Monday, to the Rev. John F. Walsh, M. M., pastor of Our Lady Queen of Martyrs Church, Seattle, from four Mary- knoll priests who had shipped out of here on the transport. They are the Rev. Leo H. Tibesar, M. M., the Rev. John Murrett, M. M., the Rev. William Kaschmitter, M. M. and the Rev. Wm Booth, M. M• They arrived in Yokohama on Dec. 30. Former Seattle pastors Father Tibesar will'be stationed in Tokyo and Father Murrett will be professor of English literature at the Imperial Japanese Univer- both had previously done mission- ary work in the Orient. When they received their current as- signment, Father Murrett was serving as editor of The Field Afar, Maryknoll magazine and Father Tibesar was completing the work of assisting the reloca- tion of Japanese people which he had began when they were moved out of this area at the war's out- break• Father Kaschmitter, whose home is in Cottonwood, Idaho, will be stationed in Japan. He previously had served in Manchuria. And Fa- ther Booth is returning to a mis- sion post he previously held in Korea. FR. M'CORMICK SANG NUPTIAL MASS FOR BROTHER'S WEDDING ancl that the missions may win the world for Christ. The Church Unity Octave was founded in 1908 by Father Paul Francis, then an Anglican, who joined the Roman Catholic Church in the following year. It was given Pope Plus X's blessing in 1909 and in 1916 was highly indulgenced by Pope Benedict XV. Since the beginning of the movement significant strides have been made toward Church unity, particularly in the mission fields• Various Angelican communities ' who had joined in the prayer came into the Church, and two bishops of the Jacobite schismatics of Travancore, South India, who had ob- served the Octave a number of years, accepted, together with many of their flock, the supremacy of the Pope. In some of the Scandi- navian countries Lutheran ministers have joined us in prayer at this time. Orthodox Catholics (who possess a valid priesthood and conse- quently a valid sacramental life, bu who refuse to recognize Papal supremacy) number almost 150,000,000. Protestant religions vie with the Church in mission lands and in more civilized countries. But in dixdsion lies weakne:s and the cancer of confusion. In these trying times a renewed vigor would inspire Christianity upon the return of members of separated churches cm the faith of their ancestors. The last day of the Octave has been dedicated to prayer for the missions--those outposts where humanity is being leavened with the charity ofChrtst. Throughout the year we should pray that their glorious work will reach its fruition in universal knowledge and love of God; Let us join in the concerted prayer of the Chri0tlan world during this Church Unity Octave that we may take part in the furtherance of the Divine plan "that there shall be One Fold and One Shepherd." Enthusiastically Eloquent Good news from the Philippines! Father Samuel Sheehan, Colum- ban Superior in Manila writes: "Hold on to your seat! Malate Church is in use again• Last Sun- day was our Fiesta• The floor was finished and ˘he roof almost com- plete, so we rigged up a high altar and had all the Masses in it for the occasion.....Just as well we did; there was a record attendance• People came from far and near, and even with six Masses we were not able to accommodate the crowds. It has caused no little excite- men€ here. My vocal chords are completely gone from preaching and I have to give a mission in Lingayen next week, but the joy of it would make anybody enthusiastically eloquent." H01y Childhood ,News Sacred Heart Parish, Enumelaw----12 ransoms! It sounds almost impossible, but,the facts cannot be denied. In a very short time the pupils of the ca, techism classes of Sacred Heart Parish, Enumclaw have adopted 12 pagan children. It is our' good fortune to have o, of Eastern Rites John Deymier, C.M., of Hang- chow; Anthony Fourquet, M.E.P., of Canton; Guistino Albouy, M.E.P., of Nanning; John Larrart, M.g.P., of Kweiyang; and Alex- Told on Catholic Hour ander Derouineau, M.E•P., of Yun- nanfu (Kuiming). Archbishop Jean Marie Blois, M.E.P., of Mukden, has died since his appointment, and the Arch- bishopric of Kaifeng is vacant. Three Nuns Await MacAnhur Okeh To Go To Japan Three sisters of the Good Shep- herd Order are at the Good Shep- herd Home, Seattle, awaiting ap- proval from General MacArthur Headquarters to take up teaching duties in Japan. The nuns, Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Sister Mary of Sion arid Sister Mary of St. Suzanne, have been ordered to rert to the convent of the Good Shepherd at Sandal, Japan, lo- cated about 60 miles outside of Tokyo: Originally a foursome, the sis- ters bade goodbye to Sister Irenee, who left Dec. 23 for Tokyo. She was granted a permit readily hav- ing worked in Japan before. She was interned in a Japanese con- centration camp during hostilities. Sister Mary of Our Lady of Perpetual Help will be the assist- ant superior at the Japanese in- stitution when she arrives. All Canadian born, the sisters ,came ! here from Montreal. In Memoriam heard from the intermediate catechism class whose letter tells the I Pray for your departed whole .... story. It reads." "The mtermedmte" " catech!sm" class' is" very I . priests fo Holy Ch,ldhood Asso O the chanty of your Masse, pleased to be able ˘o ransom 12 babies r the i -IT . a and prayers are commended el"arian. Part of the enclosed funds were given by the clases on I : " " .............. ur class realized ..... me sores of the zollowing aepart- aturoay morning, ana nllxy tailors O1 I:nls flmount o ........... eu prmsts, WhO nau serve in me Diocese of Seattle: The Rev. P. Van Holderbekc, died January 18, 1901. The Rev. Terence Caraher, died January 22, 1932. The Rev. R. Manlouloux, died January 22, 1919. from the sale of calendars and Christmas cards, so the undersigned l are very happy to be able to state that hey are responsible for six of the babies ransomed•" -Signed by: Mary J., Fred, Donna, Joan, Mary L., Marilyn, Thomas, Pat H., Jas. Mahlen, Jas. Marris, Wayne, Eric, Kenny, Jerome, Edna, Ixael, Elsie, Jo Ann, Elinor, Laurence, Julius, Albert Gerry, Robert Dickie. St. Anthony School, Renton--90 ransoms reads the record for the children of St. Anthony School. We know that he postman was weighted down with prizes at Christmas time when he made his calls at St. Anthony. After all the Holy Childhood seals these pupils said, the customary prizes they had earned were considerable• In addition they have done well with their regular ransoms. Immaculate Conception School, EverettA recent check for-30 more adoptions brings the total at the present time to 68 ransoms. This is the result of the sale of Christmas seals and voluntary con- Cributions on the part of the children of this school. All told it adds up to a very fine record. St. James Cathedral, Seattle---237 ransoms is the total result of the efforts of the pupils at the Cathedral School during the recent i PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King. In Probate.--No. 97123.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Helen A• Smith, an incompetent person. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appointed and has qualified as Guardian of the estate of Helen A. Smith, an incompetent per- son; that all persons having claims against said Helen A. Smith are hereby required to serve the same. duly veri- fied. on said guardian or his attorneys of record at the address below stated. and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such seal campaign. When we add this to a figure of 31 previous ransoms, i service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, We get the amazing total of 268 ransoms. This is a figure that will I or the same will be barred. be hard to surpass.  Date of first publication January 17, 11147. HAROLD E. SMITH, Guardian of said Estate. SLOVAK CATHOLIC WOMEN ]called on Archbishop Josef Beran 1212 American Bldg.. Seattle, Wash. SEEK RETURN OF HUSBANDS of Prague and asked his aid in PADDEN & MORIARTY ] .eeking. the repatriation of some Attorneys for Estate, 1212 American Building, PRAGUE. -- A deputaU.on of i 1,200 Slovak men, deported to Seattle, Wash• " I Date of final publication January 31, Catholic women from Slovakia Russia by the Soviet Army. 1947. i PADDEN AND MORIARTY Attorneys For Estate 1212 American Building Seattle 4, Washington IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE Si State of Washington for the County nee 1911... of King. In Probate.--No. 100519.- Notice To Creditors. In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret a name that has Noble, Deceased. ' ==! Notice is hereby given that the un- Idersigned has been appointed and has the confidence of the llIqualified as executrix of the estate of m...,t,.u lMargaret, Noble Deceased; that all I. persons having laims against said de- ceased are hereby required to serve the same, duly verified, on said execu- trix or her attorneys of record at the address helow stated, and file the same Catholic people of Seattle. I with the Clerk of said Court, together JOSEPH  D with proof of such service within six • months after the date of first publica- tion of this notice, or the same will be Manning & Sons I barred Date of first publication January I0, 1947. MYRTLE M. NOBLE, I Executrix of said Estate, Funeral Directors 1212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. PADDEN & MORIARTY. 1634 llth Ave. EAst 74[84 II Attorneys for Estate. $1 To Stress Unity Octave (N.C.W.C. News Service) ,"This, of course, is not true. I ]EW YORK, Jan. 13.--]mpha- I know of hundreds of Catholic •  sizing the impending observ-I churches where not even a single once of the Church Unity Octave, ]word of Latin is spoken during eight-day program of prayer from lMass. There are countries where January 18 to 25 for the religious [ Mass is celebrated in Arabic; oth- unity of all Christendom, the Rev. ] era where it is celebrated in Chal- Alexander Beaton, S.A. of Atone- ] dean, Slavonic, Armenian. In nent Seminary, Washington, re- lated "The Story of the Eastern Rites" Sunday on the Catholic Hour radio program. "One of the intentions of the Octave," Father Beaton said, "is to pray for the return of those members of the Eastern-Rites who do not give obedience to the See of Peter. The Eastern Catholics are great powers in this work of Church Unity. It will ,be through them that the unity of the East will be accomplished, because they have the culture of the Orient. They understand the problems of their Eastern brothers. We should therefore encourage and pray for them• It is only when the peoplgs of the East and West meet in mutual love, in unity of faith and obedience, that the prayer of Christ will be fulfilled: 'That they may be one, even as we are one • . that they may be perfected in unity.' " 22 Rites In the Church Because so many n this country belong "to and are acquainted with the Latin Rite, Father Beaten said, they conclude that it is the only rite in the world. He added: National Legion Ot Deceucy Li.00 some lands, one can hear Mass in Greek and Old Ethiopian." There are 22 Rites n the Church, Father Beaton declared, "all of them united in faith and loyalty with .the Pope of Rome, the Vicar on earth of the Eternal Christ in Heaven. Just as you can trace your ancestry and culture, so also may one trace the history of the different rites to Christ in the Supper Room at' Jerusalem." Father Beaton also emphasized that "the holy Mass, called the Divine Liturgy in the Eastern Rite, s celebrated today not only fin the one language, (Latin), but in twelve different ones•" Sister Mary Joseph, MaryknolI Sisters' Foundress Retires OSSINING, N. Y., Jan. 14. -- (NC) -- Mother Mary Joseph, the foundress and first Mother General of the Foreign Mission Sisters of St. Dominic popularly known as, the Maryknoll Sisters, has retired l from her position as head of the society, i.t was announced at the community's headquarters here. Mother Mary Columba of Phila- delphia has been elected to suc- ceed hr. The retiring Mother Geheral founded the Maryknoll Sisters in  1912 with a view to providing sec- retarial and house help fo rthe Maryknoll Fathers. Formerly Miss Mary Rogers, she was a teacher in the Boston Public Schools and did voluntary work on the Maryknoll mission publication, The Field Afar, before founding the new community. The newly founded society was placed under the direction of the Dominican Sisters and it was not until 1920 that it received papal approbation..The society, which has spread through vnany dioceses in the United States, China, Japan, Korea, the Philippines, Hawaii and South America, now numbers more i than 600 members. Editors: The following are the titles of films reviewed this week to be used in their respective classifica- tion of the Legion of Decency List: Class A, Section 1 ( unobjectionable ) Magic Bow, The--(GFD-Univer- sal. ) Schrammeln (German) -- Ein Wien-Film. ) Shocking Miss Pilgrim, The-- (20th-Century Fox.) Sweetheart of Sigma Chi -- (Monogram.) Class A, Section 2 (unobjectionable for adults) California--(Paramount.) Locket, The--(RKO.) CLASSIFIED ADS Rate: 20c ver line. Forms dose Thursday a.m. COMPTOMETE $CHOOL NROLL NOW--Day, Half Day, and Evening Classes In New Short Streamlined Comptometer Course at the Comptometer School Douglaz Bldg.. MA. 8633. 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BUY OR SELL your home in West Seattle through Joe Casey, Ag2., WE. 6126 or AV. 4500. 2-7-47 $20 reward for information enabling me to buy old dilapidated house, if cheap, close-in, near Catholic Church and School. Phone Mr. Campbell, EL. 1784 or write P. O. Box 134, Seattle 11. Wash. 1-17-47. REAL ESTATE HOME NEAR ST. ANTHONY'S Ideal Catholic family 5-rm. home. - block from St. Anthony Church and School, 2 bedrooms, living room, din- ing room, kitchen, utility and mod- ern bath 75x140 ft. lot. Some furni- ture included. Only $1,650 doWn, bal- lance like rent with 4% interest. VETERANS REALTY. 10305 Green- wood Ave., SU. 9355. 1-17-47 I WANT'EDTO RENT Telephone Company employee and wife need furnished or unfurnished apart- ment or house. A permanent Seattle • residenL Best of references. VEr- mont g034. 1-1746 The Very Rev. John P. McCor- mick, S.S., president of St. Ed- ward Seminary here sang nuptial high Mass in St. Ann Church, Cleveland on Dec. 28 for the wed- ding of his brother Francis X. :McCormick, of Seattle, a son of Mrs. John P. McCormick and the late Mr. McCormick. The bride, an attractive Cleveland girl, is the Friday, January 17, 1947 :. . • ST. CHR'A!TOPNSEa! .ainEiDAoLS UraO1 designs, witch st.n;htr:koSheV medal on front, convenient pin back. Oxidized silverplate, each 40c Acid test gold plate, enameled dec- / orations .................................... $1.50  r-,:' Sterling inlaid in crystal ......... $4.85 BICYCLE MEDALS Again in stock! St. Christopher medals with sturdy clips. Silver plated. Each ..............  ......................... 40c STERLING SILVER MEDALS Beautifully hand chased. Combination St. Christopher and Scapular ............................................................ $1.40 Extra heavy silver chains. .................................... $3.75 Medium weight chains ............................................ $2.20 The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth. Ave. 744 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Btores also in Spokane, Wash.: Vancouver, B. C. sioner and Ray W. Sullivan, both of Seattle. Charles Diebler led the assembly in singing "God Bless America." PIRATE PRESENT George Grennan, former O'Dca High student, who signed up last season with the Pittsburgh Pi- rates is vacationing at his home in Enumclaw. The 6-foot-2 first baseman rene'wed acquaintance- ships at the parish Holy Name breakfast meeting, Sunday. He saw war service with the Sea- bees. daughter of :Mrs. Michael Merri- { ENUhTCLAW. -- G e o r g e M. man and the late Mr. Merriman. i Stuntz addressed a large meeting Bridesmaid was Miss Helen I of the Holy Name Society, at Sharkin of Cleveland and the best[breakfast Sunday, n Sacred Heart man for Mr. McCormick was Mr. Parish hall. Among especially in- John J, Fitzpatrick, of New York vited guests were a number of City, a cousin of the groom. Ush- non-Catholics whose families are era were Messrs. Thomas and Da- Catholic. vid Murphy, cousins of the bride. Basil McHugh, president of the At the end of the ceremony per- ' t society, paid tribute to the la- rHERE ARE MOMENTS formed by Father McCormick, the! Papal B1 essin g, transmitted l dies of the parish who served a Pierre d'Allly, Archbishop of delicious meal on flower-decked Cambrai, preached: "For the most through the Apostolic Delegate, tables. Visiting members intro- I significant moments of life there was communicated to the newly duced included Jim Morrison, l are no words of poetry, no tones married couple• president of the Renton Holy]of music, no coIors of painting to After a short trip in the east, IName Society, George McAteer, express one's emotion; there is deputy state insurance commis- only silence or prayer!" Buy Custom Built Furniture At Factory Prices Also Furniture Re-Upholstering FREE Estimates in Your Home Nice Selection of Fabrics LLOYD'S & gO. FURNITURE 510 E. 65th St. KE. 0878 the newlyweds came to Seattle, where they will make their home. Mr. McCormick is a veteran of U. S. Army intelligence corps service in Europe. 317 Reds, Barred From U. S. Jobs, Report Says WASHINGTON, Jan. 13--(NC) --A total of 580 persons, who in-l eluded 317 communists and fellow party-liners, were barred from jobs in the Federal service during 1944- 45-46 on grounds of questionable loyalty, it has been disclosed in the 63rd annual report of the Civil Service Commission submitted to Congress.____.= Radio Programs Saturday, Jan. 18, KOL, 7:30 to 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOMO, 3to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Canisius Kiniry will deliver the address. Sunday, Jan. 19, KXA, 3:30 to 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. Francis. Sunday, Jan. 19, KOL, 3:45 to 4 p. m.--Stories from the Digest. CITY TRANSFER and STORAGE C0. Reasonable Rates... 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