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aqe Eight PROPAGATION The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard Diocesan Director 907 Trry Avenue, Seattle 4---Telephone MAIn 8880 THROWItt6 OUT THE N ATS ALETTER from a Columban Father, Rev. Lawrence D. • McMahon, contains the following interesting information about missionary life in Burma. *"When the pagan family informs the priest or catechist of its serious intention to enter the Church, the first step necessary "is to get rid of everything connected with the nats or spirits. All altars, shrines and offerings are ignominiously thrown out of the house and destroyed or bfirnt. This ceremony is called, "throwing out the nats," and it is one at which the priest is always happy • to officiate. 'Next follows the blessing of the house in which all the local Catholics participate. A small bamboo altar is erected inside the house near the front entrance. Holy pictures• are put on the walls and a small bottle of holy wahr is hung from the low "roof near the altar. "Holy water, incidentally, is a sacramental of the Church much appreciated by the Kachin Catholics. Every Catholic Kachin house has its bottle of holy water and it is used frequently. In an area where one's neighbors are followers of evil spiriJts, such a practice is highly desirable." THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH IN INDIA The adoption on January-22nd last of Pandit ,Tawaharlal Nehru's resolution foz; the establishment of an independent sovereign republic in Irdia once more focuses the eyes of the world upon that country's i • CATHOLIC f NINETEN RECEIVE RELIGIOUS HABIT OF HOLY NAMES Postulants Admitted-- Three Sisters Take Temporary Vows MARYLHURST, Ore., Feb: 5.-- Nineteen young women who aad I completed six months as postul- ants in the Convent of the Holy Names here received the religious habit at impressive ceremonies this morning. His Excellency, the Most Reverend Edward D. How- ard, D. D., Archbishop of Port- land in Oregon, presided. Four sisters pronounced temporary vows, and eight girls made their initial entry in the convent• These who were clothed in the religious habit and received the names by which they will ,be known in the Sisterhood are: Miss Shirley Carlson, Sister M. Martinian; Miss Jne Varney, Sis- ter M. Adrian Francis; Miss Lau- rette Jalbert, Sister M. Levina Miss Marion Buzelle, Sister Rose Maureen; Miss Mary Jane Meeks Sister Kevin Mary; Miss Dorothy Heitkemper, Sister M. Stephana; Miss Joan Jett, Sister Francis Marion; Miss Florence Cochrane Sister Paul Marian; Miss Dolores Baxter, Sister M. Veronica Ann; Miss Patricia Arnold, Sister M. Rose Catherine; Miss Marcelene Kenney, Sister Mrtine Mary; Miss Mary Noreen OLeary, Sis- ter M. Noreen Elizabeth; Miss Monica Schmidt, Sister Joel Mary; Miss Cecelia Gurr, Sister John struggle for independence. To friends of ˘he mission cause there Marion; Miss Marcia Schrapps, a.ses the momentous question: What will be the status of Catholicity ] Sister Claudia MrY; Miss Jean under the new regime? : I Ingersoll, Sister Karen Mary; T a m m o ths uer Hs Excellenc Mms Vmla Brandt, Eater M o obt in a ore co plete answer t " q Y, " Y,I .... • Yvonne Margaret, Mms Shirley the Most Rev. Thomas Pothacamury, the Indian Bishop of Bangalore, " " " w •  •  Waters, Sister M Francella, Miss as lm:ervleweu. , • . . • . ,, Lucfle Jones, Eater Fideha Mua There is no reason to apprehend any setback for the Church as a[ . " consequence of the withdrawal of the Bri˘ish," stated the fifty-seven year old Indian prelate. "The suspicion and distrust that missionary activities have the support and encouragement of a foreign power" will be dissipated and the supra-national character and universal mission of .he Catholic Church will be better understood." However, the success of the Church in the future of India will depend mainly on the strengthening of Catholic life and stimulating Catholic Action according to His Excellency• "Every effort will have to be made to give a thorough Catholic formation to our youth so that they may imbue an apostolic spirit. This will necessitate the establishment of great facilities for high education in the secondary schools and colleges mairtained by the Church, as well as the erec- tion of more orphanages and technical schools• This is particularly true" in the Diocese of Bangalore, where the ministry among our 67,000 Catholics, as well as the apostolate to win over more than 3˝ million pagans, is carried on by-some 46 .Indian priests, assisted by 22 European missioners•" Bishop Pothacamury feels also tha: the national government would certainl:y welcome the cooperation of the Church in expanding her medical work. "There are only about fifty-five Catholic hospitals in India, while the Protestants have six times that number, all well affed and equipped. Since the message of charity is one that is understood by-pverybody, much prejudice against Christianity could be dissipated by the opening of hospitals under Catholic auspices, then the people would come in contact w)th the excellent work and unselfish services of our nursing sisters• The present represents the acceptable hour in which Catholicity may prove its virility and inter- est in the people of an independent India•" HOLY CHILDHOOD NEWS St. Paul School, Yakima,--All past records for the sale of hristmas seals was exceeded this year which saw the phenomenal sum of 71,500 Christmas seals sold. The t.o˘.al number of ransoms to date is 23L Credit must be given the various classes for the most recent 143 ransoms in the following manner: Eighth Grade (15), Seventh Grade, first section (14), Seventh Grade, second section (9), Sixth Grade (13), Fifth Grade (31), Fourth Grade (9), Third Grade (33), Second Grade (7), First Grade, first section (5), First Grade, second section (5). Special mention is due to the Third Grade which alone has already ransomed 46 pagan babies and to the Fifth Grade which has ran- somed 45. ' The list of those pupils with individual T'ansoms is headed by James Hotels of the Fifth Grade who has 6. Others in this group are Cecilia Craig, Diane Turner, Clifford Zauner, Cleora Fry, Shirley Patnode, Juliete Schutyser, Sheila Schock, Patricia Hayenga (2), Orval Dickens (2), Marie Helen O'Reilly, Joan Sommer, Billy Bullis, Patricia Roche, Patricia Junker, Raymond Benoit, Betty A. t4iernan Eugene Ledoux, Bertha Frank, Thelma Noland, Margaret Agop- sowicz. Janet Davis, Marilyn Lentz, Mary A. Heintzmn. Judy Hollen- beck, Mary Lynn Richards, Richard and Shirley Hempke. St. Catherine School, Sea.ttle-- 'we are very happy to be able o xend you the enclosed check for the ransom of 68 pagan babies. The Fourth Grade worked hard to ransom 17; the Seventh Grade, 11; the Sixth, 12, and the Third Grade, 9." So reads a letter from the pupils of t. Catherine School. Best of all they have promised to continue their .work of helping to save souls. We 'are very proud €co have these ardent home-missioners as members of the Holy Childhood Association. Blessed Sacrament School, Seattle--23. ransoms! Busy as the bees might be the motto of the pupils of Blessed Sacrament School. We are happy .o learn that a very creditable part of their activity has been in behalf of the mmsmns. Their work helps to spread the Faith. -  Providence Academy, Vahcouver--When can we begin to help ? The kindergarten class at the Academy have definitely proved that one is never too young to begin to help the missions. Young as they are, yet €they have by their own efforts ransomed a pagan baby. This surely is a big event in their young lives. rle. Take  Vows , Temporary vows for three years: were pronounced by Sister Mari- lyn Ann, Sister Michaelina Mary, Sister Marian J0seph .Sister M. Anne Paula and Sister David Maureen. - : .... : The following young women made the initial entry into the religious life: Misses Dorothy Eta- renD ................. Kathleen Graham, Jean. Bomber, Seattle; Miss Catherine Cobb, Usk, Wash- ington; Miss Mrgaret Kingsley, Portland; Miss Patricia Hqy Spo- .kane, ' and Miss Catherine:Ash, Wheatland, Indiana. The Rev. Lawrence Sealfeld, convent chaplain, preached the sermon, in which ae dwdlt on the sacrifices and reciprocal gains and blessings for those who make the three vOWS of religion.: --- The Right Rev. Thomas Ieier, O. S. B. Abbot of Mt" Angel and 23 members of the clergy were present at the ceremonies. KNOW IT? ANSWERS TO RELIGIOUS QUIZ (Questions on Page 4) 1. To express the truth that Jesus Christ (actually present in the tabernaele) is the source of all spiritual enlightenment. He was 'D, on't Take Brush Off': Catholic War Veterans Hit Silence of U. S. In NORTHWEST PROGRESS FR, WM(POWER TO CONDUCT.CONVERT LEAGUE MEETINGS Zagreb Prelate's Case NEW YORK, Feb. 3--(NC) -- Repetition of the many protests in behalf of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, imprisoned in Yugoslavia, which were sent to Preside=t Harry S. °Truman, the U. S. Department and the U. S: delegation to the United Nations, has been urged in an editorial, titled "Don't Take a Brushoff," appearing in the current issue of The Catholic War Veteran, offi- cial organ of the CWV. The editorial says that the "st- lence of President Truman, who has not even acknowledged receipt of protests from organizations, is indeed a mystery•" It states that "the same silence has engulfed" Warren Austin, chief of the U. S. delegation to the United Nations, and oh.erved that "on the other hand, the State Depagtment has gone into large scale production, sending out a form letter and en- clos.ng a press release, but giv- ing no definite statement of Un- ited States policy•" The CW organ urges each pro- testing group to set up a commit- tee, which would seek the aid of members of Congress to ascer- tain "the official position of our Government as pertains to relig- ious persecution." Commander Shea Post C.W.V. Will Meet Wednesday Commander Shea Post of the Catholic War Veterans will meet in St. Alphonsus school, hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12. Speaker for the evening will be Brother Bradley of O'Dea High School. The ladies auxiliary of the post will meet at the same time in an adjoining room• Deadline For Vets' Dependents' Claims Dependents of World War 'II veterans entifled to survivor's benefits under the amended Social Security Act must file before February. 10, 1947 to re- ceive full retroactive payments from date of death, the Vet- erans Administration advised today. Affected- by the deadline, the VA said, are dependents of vet- erans who died after discharge but before enactmen,t of the August 10, 1946 amendment to the Social Security Act. Infdrmation regarding the social security amendment may be obtained from any Veterans Administration contact office. Catholic Seamen's Club Honors Fifty Hostesses C. W. Peterson, was served by eight of the merchant seamen: Chuck Tessman, St. Paul; James Walsh, Philadelphia; Mernon Ha- worth, Walnut Grove •, Mo.; Jacob Kraus, Bavaria; Tom Kelly, Se- attle; Walt Hopkins, Glendale Calif•, and Bill and Ray Benham Marysville, Wn. The Rev. William Power, admin- istrator of Holy Family Church, Auburn. will conduct the winter series of meetings of the Consort's League of the Catholic Daughters of America. The meeting will be- gin at '5:30 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 9, at the home of Mrs. John L. Fitz- patrick, 1247 16th North. The Convert's League, which is a part of the National program of the Catholic Daughters, is open to all inquiring Catholics as well as to converts desiring more infor- i mation regarding their • religion. Father Power's lectures will be doctrinal but time will be allowed for the answering of questions. Preceding the meeting, refresh- ments will be served by Mrs. Fitz- patrick and her committee which includes Miss :Marie Freeburn, lfiss Dorothy Sexton, :Mrs. R. C. Schank, Miss Helen Bruzis, Miss ' Ethel Flynn. Mrs. Worthington. :M:.ss Florence Wrenn, Mrs. A. J. Mueller, Mrs. E. Lonzo Gilman, Miss Mabel Barlow, Mrs. Vina Leahy and Miss Joretta Smith. For further information call Mrs. Fitzpatrick at Seneca 2514. Friday, February 7, 1947 Dinner Wednesday For C. D. A. Teams WENATCHEE. -- Catholic Daughters will meet on Wednes- day evening, Feb. 12, in the par- ish hall. The "Nylons" will entertain the "Rayons" with a d.nner beginning at. 6:30 preceding the meeting. Catholic Everyday "Greeting Cards A magni/icent new assortment• is now on display! SPIRITUAL BOUQUET FOR THE LIVING MASS CARDS FOR THE DEAD MASS CARDS FOR THE INTENTION OF THE LIVING FIRST COMMUNION CONGRATULATIONS FIRST HOLY MASS ORDINATION ORDINATION A_NNIVERSARY AS YOU ENTER HIS SERVICE GOLDEN JUBILEE SILVER JUBILEE FEAST DAY BIRTHDAY WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CHRISTENING READY SOON '. The very. important new edition in English of Summa Theologiea by St. Thomas Aquinas. Place orders now. 3 volumes ................................................................ $38.00 - and many others. NEW SHIPMENT FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA Quaint Bohemian minatures, hand tinted, with frames .............. 50c, 65c Hand tinted brooches and pen- # dants ............................................ 30c The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SE&TTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Stores also In Spokane, Wash,: Vancouver, B. C. Requiem Mass was offered in Honolu!u and at the Maryknoll Seminary, Oss:ning, N. Y., this week for Brother Adrian Riley, M. M., who had served at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Maryknoll Parish here, for 17 years• Prayers will be said for him at the 9 o'- clock :Mass next Sunday at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs. Stricken hy coronary thrombos- is, Brother Adrian, 44, died in Sacred Heart Church in Honolulu Monday. He was a native of Bos- ton and enterel Maryknoll and the Catholic Foreign Mission So- ciety in 1926. Brother Adrian was attached to the Maryknoll Parish here from 1928 to 1945, where he Dance To Honor Stella Maris Girl,, Fifty women who have been as- sisting as senior volunteers at the Catholic Seamen's Club were hon- ored at a luncheon in the Club on Tuesday. The Very Roy. Joseph P. Dough- erty, Chancellor of the Diocese ex- tended greetings and blessings from His Excellency Bishop Sha:ughnessy and congratulated i the women upon their roles as i "senior members of €he family" of the Catholic Seamen's Club, terming their service, "true Cath- olic action•" Others who spoke are Rev. D.J. ^ .... ,: ^ h ,,,-n Connors, O•lV[•I., actmg chaplam I Mam•• sT ....... r o  be feted at of the Seamen's wlub Rev Thorn-  .......... as A Morrison O P' Charles N rae c. vamnv.nes orma ance, " '_" "-- : ]on Friday night Feb. 14, at the mith Dr Kuo-'in Tsao consul I --li eamen's Club o-en to ' ". . ' L;aEno C  • , p for the Chmese Repubhc' Roger ....... nd a lication ma- :fl: aft or wit," ' " FGr:nld, ah: nra joa:On;aUv I ' =alle wrlit: the pp ' " . Y ' League officers, at the Seamen'sJ president of echo cella Marls . v ........ UlUO, WCsElaKe ano UllVe. " BK ADRIAN RILEY SIX PROVIDENCE DIES IN HONOLULU ACADEMY GIRLS RECEIVE AWARDS VANCOUVER, ,Vn.--SlX 1=roy; - dence Academy students received awards in the Scholarship Club on Friday• Membership in the club requires a grade point average [ 2•7 out of a possible 3.3 in addi- @ Lion to leadership in school activi- ties. Three girls received pearls in their pins previously awarded, Mabel Burris and M, arie Buck- holtz, seniors and oDra Ann Ca- rey, junior. Three soohomores, Josephine van Gogh, Marilyn Glassy, and Jeanne 5[attice re- ceived pins. The Rev. Conor McGreevy de- livered an inspiring lecture i which he urged the studentu ; use every opportunity to become well-inforn]ed vigorous Catholics. Following the reception refresi:- ments were served. Guests in- cluded Mrs. Francis Burris, Mr. Emanet Carey, and Mrs. Antm van Gogh. William Riley, both of Dorchester, Mass. C. D. A. DLN,'NER MaN-DAY was known for his .work among , the Japanese av-d yoIth of the • The Catholic Daughters will city. He was also active in the hold a dinner at' 6:30 p. . on parochial league• In 1945 he was Monday, Feb. 10 in the dining transferred to Hawaii to direct room of the A. O. U. W. Hall. 'Maryknoll youth activities there• i Following" the dinner Brother l Survivors include three broth- Dunphy and a group of boys from ors, the Roy. Joseph Riley, C.P.S., the Briscoe Home will present a Veellesley, Mass., and Daniel and WORLD-rIDE PILGRIMAGE t hand, Ireland, France, Belgium, TO FATIMA SLATED IN MAY [ Holland, Poland, Switzerland, ita- LISBON. -- An international I ly, the United States, the South Catholle girl's pilgrimage to the ! American, rtations, Africa and the Shrine at Fatima, which will in- [ Orient, will take place from May elude pilgrims from Spain, Eng- 1 3 to 6, it h been announced, Since 1911... a name that has merited the confidence of the Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R: Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 llth Ave. EAst 7484 Iague. Mrs. R. C. Schank, president of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, toastmistress, presented the honored guests, and commend- ed the women, all members of DCCW, for the fine work they were doing in the Club. Consuls Express Appreciation Mr. Tsao, and Mr• Cortland re- sponded to introductions with ap- preciation, the two consuls speak- ing on behalf of the seamen of their native lands who had been partially revealed in the Old Testa- [ guests in the Club. ment; hence the start of lights on.I William Frey, club director ask- the epistle side. In the New Test-led especially for the prayers of ament, Christ fully revealed him-tthe wonfen for the welfare of the Bremerton H. N. Men And K. C. To Receive BREMERTON. -- Holy Name Men and Knights of Columbus of the Star of the Sea Parish will re- ceive Holy Communion in a ody at the 9 o'clock Mass Sunday• ' Later breakfast will be served ,at the Business Center Cafe. For reservation call Charles White, 4515. seamen. The luncheon, prepared by Mr. I National Legion Of Decency Li00t self by the Holy Spirit; hence the: completing of the lights on the i gospel side of the altar. 2. The "firsts" should be in this crder: first hermit, first organizei-, first pillar saint, first Father of the Church, first Doctor of the Church. 3. Because Rome is the Pope's Port Orchard Groups Announce Dance For Next Friday Evening BREMERTON--J o i n t l y spon- sored by the Altar Society and the Holy N,ame Society of the Port Orchard Catholic Mission, a pre-lenten dance will be held at the Red Recreation hall at Or- cathedral city where he has the l Class A, Section 1 h.d roihts on Friday Febru- s:me episcopal jumsdietion as] (uobjectionable) -- a The hall will b decoJted every bishop has in his own diD-I Colorado Serenade (ProducersRe-[.z, _ .............  cese I leasing Corp.) W1LI1 tLle V;lllt.lll Juuuux. 4. Franciscan. IDeal on Wheels, The (Producers C;i:::,:olr:;9::;jls:: d bYnCcVC 5. Levi, who became St. Mat- Releasing Carp•) l will be from 9 to 12: thew the Apostle, sitting in his ]Lone Star Moonlight (Columbia) ] tax-collector's booth heard Jesus'! Song of Scheherazade (Universal) t l invitation: "Follow me." He Trail to San Antone (Republic) I] Rt]l Pr00lms ] obeyed and, for the o of ]t m s Releas aaav  t., .J Y ", " - Wild Country (Producer  II I vited the Lord to a banquet which ing Carp ) [! was attended by many of his publi- Class A, Section 2 [ Saturday, Feb. 8, KOL, 7:30 to can zrzenas (Mark, 2, 16). (unobjectionable for adults) ] 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. ..  Beast with Five Fingers, The" I Sunday, Feb. 9, KIRO, 7 to 7:3 zew mmms xrom remne are ar- •  • rivi .... (Warners) In. m.--Church of the Air• The ng re ,.ay at Tbe ,amer Beat The Band (RKO) /Rev. Leo P. Wobido, S. J., will o, anouc uppiy mouse, 1904 f Fourth Ave., Seattle. Blind Spot (Columbia) speak on "The Ninth Command- Dead Reckoning (Columbia) ment." Lone Wolf in Mexico, The (Colum- bia) Secrets of A Sorority Girl (Pro- ducers Releasing Corp.) Class B (objectionable) Los Amores de un Torero (Aztec Films Inc.) OBJECTION: Sug- gestive dance. Sunday, Feb. 9, KOMO, 3 to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen will speak on "The Philosophy of Commun- ism." Sunday, Feb. 9, KXA, 3:30 to: 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. FpanciK Sunday, Feb. 9, KOL, 3:45 to 4 i ). m.--Stories from The Digest• CLASSIFIED ADS program in the upper floor audi- torium. Gift of Brazil, Our Lady's Statue Unveiled In Portugal LISBON--His Eminance Eman- ue!e Cardinal Goncalves Cerejeiar, Patriarch of Lisbon, w, as present at the unveiling of a statute of Our Lady of the Apparition  in a chapel at St. Pedro. de Estorii. The statue was brought to Por- tubal from Brazil. where devotion to Our Lady of the Apparition is popular. HARLAN S. CALLAHAN Sheriff Kin County SeatUe, Wash. Notice of SherifFs Sale of Real Estate STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King. as. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of a Writ of Special Exe- cution issued out of the Honorable Su- 4erior Court of King County, on the 24th day of January, 1947, by the clerk thereof in the case of Joseph Minor, Plaintiff. versus John L. Sopchak arid Julia A. Sopchak, his wife, Defend- ants. No. 378809, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell t public auction to the bighest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law-for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on the 15th day of March. I47, before the Court House door of King County, Jef- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following :deseribed propery• situated in King County. State of Washington, to-wit: That Jaortion of Government Lot 6 in Sectmn 32 Township 23 North, Range 6 E.W.L, described as follows: Beginning at the quarter cornei" common to Section 32 and 33, said township and range, an d running thence West 243.2 feet; thence North 212 feet to the Southerly bank• of Cedar River; tence South 74°5 ' East 253.12 feet; thence South 142.6 feet to the point of beginning; levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein and each of them, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mort- gage amounting to four hundred ten and 69/100 ($410.69) Dollars, interest and the cost of suit in favor of plain- tiff. Dated this 24th day of January. 1947. HARLAN S• CALLAHAN, Sheriff. By L. E. ANDERSON, Deputy. First publication Feb. 7, 1947. Final publication, Mar. 7. 1.947• HOME CLEANING WALLS, WOODWORK and CEILINGS--Washed or Dry Cleaned. FLOORS---Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. WINDOWS---Cleaned inside and out. 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Capitol Hill preferred. Ad-I convalescing or chronic cases• RA flr "HE" c/o The Prngre tf 8483. 2-7-47 aqe Eight PROPAGATION The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard Diocesan Director 907 Trry Avenue, Seattle 4---Telephone MAIn 8880 THROWItt6 OUT THE N ATS ALETTER from a Columban Father, Rev. Lawrence D. • McMahon, contains the following interesting information about missionary life in Burma. *"When the pagan family informs the priest or catechist of its serious intention to enter the Church, the first step necessary "is to get rid of everything connected with the nats or spirits. All altars, shrines and offerings are ignominiously thrown out of the house and destroyed or bfirnt. This ceremony is called, "throwing out the nats," and it is one at which the priest is always happy • to officiate. 'Next follows the blessing of the house in which all the local Catholics participate. A small bamboo altar is erected inside the house near the front entrance. Holy pictures• are put on the walls and a small bottle of holy wahr is hung from the low "roof near the altar. "Holy water, incidentally, is a sacramental of the Church much appreciated by the Kachin Catholics. Every Catholic Kachin house has its bottle of holy water and it is used frequently. In an area where one's neighbors are followers of evil spiriJts, such a practice is highly desirable." THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH IN INDIA The adoption on January-22nd last of Pandit ,Tawaharlal Nehru's resolution foz; the establishment of an independent sovereign republic in Irdia once more focuses the eyes of the world upon that country's i • CATHOLIC f NINETEN RECEIVE RELIGIOUS HABIT OF HOLY NAMES Postulants Admitted-- Three Sisters Take Temporary Vows MARYLHURST, Ore., Feb: 5.-- Nineteen young women who aad I completed six months as postul- ants in the Convent of the Holy Names here received the religious habit at impressive ceremonies this morning. His Excellency, the Most Reverend Edward D. How- ard, D. D., Archbishop of Port- land in Oregon, presided. Four sisters pronounced temporary vows, and eight girls made their initial entry in the convent• These who were clothed in the religious habit and received the names by which they will ,be known in the Sisterhood are: Miss Shirley Carlson, Sister M. Martinian; Miss Jne Varney, Sis- ter M. Adrian Francis; Miss Lau- rette Jalbert, Sister M. Levina Miss Marion Buzelle, Sister Rose Maureen; Miss Mary Jane Meeks Sister Kevin Mary; Miss Dorothy Heitkemper, Sister M. Stephana; Miss Joan Jett, Sister Francis Marion; Miss Florence Cochrane Sister Paul Marian; Miss Dolores Baxter, Sister M. Veronica Ann; Miss Patricia Arnold, Sister M. Rose Catherine; Miss Marcelene Kenney, Sister Mrtine Mary; Miss Mary Noreen OLeary, Sis- ter M. Noreen Elizabeth; Miss Monica Schmidt, Sister Joel Mary; Miss Cecelia Gurr, Sister John struggle for independence. To friends of ˘he mission cause there Marion; Miss Marcia Schrapps, a.ses the momentous question: What will be the status of Catholicity ] Sister Claudia MrY; Miss Jean under the new regime? : I Ingersoll, Sister Karen Mary; T a m m o ths uer Hs Excellenc Mms Vmla Brandt, Eater M o obt in a ore co plete answer t " q Y, " Y,I .... • Yvonne Margaret, Mms Shirley the Most Rev. Thomas Pothacamury, the Indian Bishop of Bangalore, " " " w •  •  Waters, Sister M Francella, Miss as lm:ervleweu. , • . . • . ,, Lucfle Jones, Eater Fideha Mua There is no reason to apprehend any setback for the Church as a[ . " consequence of the withdrawal of the Bri˘ish," stated the fifty-seven year old Indian prelate. "The suspicion and distrust that missionary activities have the support and encouragement of a foreign power" will be dissipated and the supra-national character and universal mission of .he Catholic Church will be better understood." However, the success of the Church in the future of India will depend mainly on the strengthening of Catholic life and stimulating Catholic Action according to His Excellency• "Every effort will have to be made to give a thorough Catholic formation to our youth so that they may imbue an apostolic spirit. This will necessitate the establishment of great facilities for high education in the secondary schools and colleges mairtained by the Church, as well as the erec- tion of more orphanages and technical schools• This is particularly true" in the Diocese of Bangalore, where the ministry among our 67,000 Catholics, as well as the apostolate to win over more than 3˝ million pagans, is carried on by-some 46 .Indian priests, assisted by 22 European missioners•" Bishop Pothacamury feels also tha: the national government would certainl:y welcome the cooperation of the Church in expanding her medical work. "There are only about fifty-five Catholic hospitals in India, while the Protestants have six times that number, all well affed and equipped. Since the message of charity is one that is understood by-pverybody, much prejudice against Christianity could be dissipated by the opening of hospitals under Catholic auspices, then the people would come in contact w)th the excellent work and unselfish services of our nursing sisters• The present represents the acceptable hour in which Catholicity may prove its virility and inter- est in the people of an independent India•" HOLY CHILDHOOD NEWS St. Paul School, Yakima,--All past records for the sale of hristmas seals was exceeded this year which saw the phenomenal sum of 71,500 Christmas seals sold. The t.o˘.al number of ransoms to date is 23L Credit must be given the various classes for the most recent 143 ransoms in the following manner: Eighth Grade (15), Seventh Grade, first section (14), Seventh Grade, second section (9), Sixth Grade (13), Fifth Grade (31), Fourth Grade (9), Third Grade (33), Second Grade (7), First Grade, first section (5), First Grade, second section (5). Special mention is due to the Third Grade which alone has already ransomed 46 pagan babies and to the Fifth Grade which has ran- somed 45. ' The list of those pupils with individual T'ansoms is headed by James Hotels of the Fifth Grade who has 6. Others in this group are Cecilia Craig, Diane Turner, Clifford Zauner, Cleora Fry, Shirley Patnode, Juliete Schutyser, Sheila Schock, Patricia Hayenga (2), Orval Dickens (2), Marie Helen O'Reilly, Joan Sommer, Billy Bullis, Patricia Roche, Patricia Junker, Raymond Benoit, Betty A. t4iernan Eugene Ledoux, Bertha Frank, Thelma Noland, Margaret Agop- sowicz. Janet Davis, Marilyn Lentz, Mary A. Heintzmn. Judy Hollen- beck, Mary Lynn Richards, Richard and Shirley Hempke. St. Catherine School, Sea.ttle-- 'we are very happy to be able o xend you the enclosed check for the ransom of 68 pagan babies. The Fourth Grade worked hard to ransom 17; the Seventh Grade, 11; the Sixth, 12, and the Third Grade, 9." So reads a letter from the pupils of t. Catherine School. Best of all they have promised to continue their .work of helping to save souls. We 'are very proud €co have these ardent home-missioners as members of the Holy Childhood Association. Blessed Sacrament School, Seattle--23. ransoms! Busy as the bees might be the motto of the pupils of Blessed Sacrament School. We are happy .o learn that a very creditable part of their activity has been in behalf of the mmsmns. Their work helps to spread the Faith. -  Providence Academy, Vahcouver--When can we begin to help ? The kindergarten class at the Academy have definitely proved that one is never too young to begin to help the missions. Young as they are, yet €they have by their own efforts ransomed a pagan baby. This surely is a big event in their young lives. rle. Take  Vows , Temporary vows for three years: were pronounced by Sister Mari- lyn Ann, Sister Michaelina Mary, Sister Marian J0seph .Sister M. Anne Paula and Sister David Maureen. - : .... : The following young women made the initial entry into the religious life: Misses Dorothy Eta- renD ................. Kathleen Graham, Jean. Bomber, Seattle; Miss Catherine Cobb, Usk, Wash- ington; Miss Mrgaret Kingsley, Portland; Miss Patricia Hqy Spo- .kane, ' and Miss Catherine:Ash, Wheatland, Indiana. The Rev. Lawrence Sealfeld, convent chaplain, preached the sermon, in which ae dwdlt on the sacrifices and reciprocal gains and blessings for those who make the three vOWS of religion.: --- The Right Rev. Thomas Ieier, O. S. B. Abbot of Mt" Angel and 23 members of the clergy were present at the ceremonies. KNOW IT? ANSWERS TO RELIGIOUS QUIZ (Questions on Page 4) 1. To express the truth that Jesus Christ (actually present in the tabernaele) is the source of all spiritual enlightenment. He was 'D, on't Take Brush Off': Catholic War Veterans Hit Silence of U. S. In NORTHWEST PROGRESS FR, WM(POWER TO CONDUCT.CONVERT LEAGUE MEETINGS Zagreb Prelate's Case NEW YORK, Feb. 3--(NC) -- Repetition of the many protests in behalf of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, imprisoned in Yugoslavia, which were sent to Preside=t Harry S. °Truman, the U. S. Department and the U. S: delegation to the United Nations, has been urged in an editorial, titled "Don't Take a Brushoff," appearing in the current issue of The Catholic War Veteran, offi- cial organ of the CWV. The editorial says that the "st- lence of President Truman, who has not even acknowledged receipt of protests from organizations, is indeed a mystery•" It states that "the same silence has engulfed" Warren Austin, chief of the U. S. delegation to the United Nations, and oh.erved that "on the other hand, the State Depagtment has gone into large scale production, sending out a form letter and en- clos.ng a press release, but giv- ing no definite statement of Un- ited States policy•" The CW organ urges each pro- testing group to set up a commit- tee, which would seek the aid of members of Congress to ascer- tain "the official position of our Government as pertains to relig- ious persecution." Commander Shea Post C.W.V. Will Meet Wednesday Commander Shea Post of the Catholic War Veterans will meet in St. Alphonsus school, hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12. Speaker for the evening will be Brother Bradley of O'Dea High School. The ladies auxiliary of the post will meet at the same time in an adjoining room• Deadline For Vets' Dependents' Claims Dependents of World War 'II veterans entifled to survivor's benefits under the amended Social Security Act must file before February. 10, 1947 to re- ceive full retroactive payments from date of death, the Vet- erans Administration advised today. Affected- by the deadline, the VA said, are dependents of vet- erans who died after discharge but before enactmen,t of the August 10, 1946 amendment to the Social Security Act. Infdrmation regarding the social security amendment may be obtained from any Veterans Administration contact office. Catholic Seamen's Club Honors Fifty Hostesses C. W. Peterson, was served by eight of the merchant seamen: Chuck Tessman, St. Paul; James Walsh, Philadelphia; Mernon Ha- worth, Walnut Grove •, Mo.; Jacob Kraus, Bavaria; Tom Kelly, Se- attle; Walt Hopkins, Glendale Calif•, and Bill and Ray Benham Marysville, Wn. The Rev. William Power, admin- istrator of Holy Family Church, Auburn. will conduct the winter series of meetings of the Consort's League of the Catholic Daughters of America. The meeting will be- gin at '5:30 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 9, at the home of Mrs. John L. Fitz- patrick, 1247 16th North. The Convert's League, which is a part of the National program of the Catholic Daughters, is open to all inquiring Catholics as well as to converts desiring more infor- i mation regarding their • religion. Father Power's lectures will be doctrinal but time will be allowed for the answering of questions. Preceding the meeting, refresh- ments will be served by Mrs. Fitz- patrick and her committee which includes Miss :Marie Freeburn, lfiss Dorothy Sexton, :Mrs. R. C. Schank, Miss Helen Bruzis, Miss ' Ethel Flynn. Mrs. Worthington. :M:.ss Florence Wrenn, Mrs. A. J. Mueller, Mrs. E. Lonzo Gilman, Miss Mabel Barlow, Mrs. Vina Leahy and Miss Joretta Smith. For further information call Mrs. Fitzpatrick at Seneca 2514. Friday, February 7, 1947 Dinner Wednesday For C. D. A. Teams WENATCHEE. -- Catholic Daughters will meet on Wednes- day evening, Feb. 12, in the par- ish hall. The "Nylons" will entertain the "Rayons" with a d.nner beginning at. 6:30 preceding the meeting. Catholic Everyday "Greeting Cards A magni/icent new assortment• is now on display! SPIRITUAL BOUQUET FOR THE LIVING MASS CARDS FOR THE DEAD MASS CARDS FOR THE INTENTION OF THE LIVING FIRST COMMUNION CONGRATULATIONS FIRST HOLY MASS ORDINATION ORDINATION A_NNIVERSARY AS YOU ENTER HIS SERVICE GOLDEN JUBILEE SILVER JUBILEE FEAST DAY BIRTHDAY WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CHRISTENING READY SOON '. The very. important new edition in English of Summa Theologiea by St. Thomas Aquinas. Place orders now. 3 volumes ................................................................ $38.00 - and many others. NEW SHIPMENT FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA Quaint Bohemian minatures, hand tinted, with frames .............. 50c, 65c Hand tinted brooches and pen- # dants ............................................ 30c The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SE&TTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Stores also In Spokane, Wash,: Vancouver, B. C. Requiem Mass was offered in Honolu!u and at the Maryknoll Seminary, Oss:ning, N. Y., this week for Brother Adrian Riley, M. M., who had served at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Maryknoll Parish here, for 17 years• Prayers will be said for him at the 9 o'- clock :Mass next Sunday at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs. Stricken hy coronary thrombos- is, Brother Adrian, 44, died in Sacred Heart Church in Honolulu Monday. He was a native of Bos- ton and enterel Maryknoll and the Catholic Foreign Mission So- ciety in 1926. Brother Adrian was attached to the Maryknoll Parish here from 1928 to 1945, where he Dance To Honor Stella Maris Girl,, Fifty women who have been as- sisting as senior volunteers at the Catholic Seamen's Club were hon- ored at a luncheon in the Club on Tuesday. The Very Roy. Joseph P. Dough- erty, Chancellor of the Diocese ex- tended greetings and blessings from His Excellency Bishop Sha:ughnessy and congratulated i the women upon their roles as i "senior members of €he family" of the Catholic Seamen's Club, terming their service, "true Cath- olic action•" Others who spoke are Rev. D.J. ^ .... ,: ^ h ,,,-n Connors, O•lV[•I., actmg chaplam I Mam•• sT ....... r o  be feted at of the Seamen's wlub Rev Thorn-  .......... as A Morrison O P' Charles N rae c. vamnv.nes orma ance, " '_" "-- : ]on Friday night Feb. 14, at the mith Dr Kuo-'in Tsao consul I --li eamen's Club o-en to ' ". . ' L;aEno C  • , p for the Chmese Repubhc' Roger ....... nd a lication ma- :fl: aft or wit," ' " FGr:nld, ah: nra joa:On;aUv I ' =alle wrlit: the pp ' " . Y ' League officers, at the Seamen'sJ president of echo cella Marls . v ........ UlUO, WCsElaKe ano UllVe. " BK ADRIAN RILEY SIX PROVIDENCE DIES IN HONOLULU ACADEMY GIRLS RECEIVE AWARDS VANCOUVER, ,Vn.--SlX 1=roy; - dence Academy students received awards in the Scholarship Club on Friday• Membership in the club requires a grade point average [ 2•7 out of a possible 3.3 in addi- @ Lion to leadership in school activi- ties. Three girls received pearls in their pins previously awarded, Mabel Burris and M, arie Buck- holtz, seniors and oDra Ann Ca- rey, junior. Three soohomores, Josephine van Gogh, Marilyn Glassy, and Jeanne 5[attice re- ceived pins. The Rev. Conor McGreevy de- livered an inspiring lecture i which he urged the studentu ; use every opportunity to become well-inforn]ed vigorous Catholics. Following the reception refresi:- ments were served. Guests in- cluded Mrs. Francis Burris, Mr. Emanet Carey, and Mrs. Antm van Gogh. William Riley, both of Dorchester, Mass. C. D. A. DLN,'NER MaN-DAY was known for his .work among , the Japanese av-d yoIth of the • The Catholic Daughters will city. He was also active in the hold a dinner at' 6:30 p. . on parochial league• In 1945 he was Monday, Feb. 10 in the dining transferred to Hawaii to direct room of the A. O. U. W. Hall. 'Maryknoll youth activities there• i Following" the dinner Brother l Survivors include three broth- Dunphy and a group of boys from ors, the Roy. Joseph Riley, C.P.S., the Briscoe Home will present a Veellesley, Mass., and Daniel and WORLD-rIDE PILGRIMAGE t hand, Ireland, France, Belgium, TO FATIMA SLATED IN MAY [ Holland, Poland, Switzerland, ita- LISBON. -- An international I ly, the United States, the South Catholle girl's pilgrimage to the ! American, rtations, Africa and the Shrine at Fatima, which will in- [ Orient, will take place from May elude pilgrims from Spain, Eng- 1 3 to 6, it h been announced, Since 1911... a name that has merited the confidence of the Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R: Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 llth Ave. EAst 7484 Iague. Mrs. R. C. Schank, president of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, toastmistress, presented the honored guests, and commend- ed the women, all members of DCCW, for the fine work they were doing in the Club. Consuls Express Appreciation Mr. Tsao, and Mr• Cortland re- sponded to introductions with ap- preciation, the two consuls speak- ing on behalf of the seamen of their native lands who had been partially revealed in the Old Testa- [ guests in the Club. ment; hence the start of lights on.I William Frey, club director ask- the epistle side. In the New Test-led especially for the prayers of ament, Christ fully revealed him-tthe wonfen for the welfare of the Bremerton H. N. Men And K. C. To Receive BREMERTON. -- Holy Name Men and Knights of Columbus of the Star of the Sea Parish will re- ceive Holy Communion in a ody at the 9 o'clock Mass Sunday• ' Later breakfast will be served ,at the Business Center Cafe. For reservation call Charles White, 4515. seamen. The luncheon, prepared by Mr. I National Legion Of Decency Li00t self by the Holy Spirit; hence the: completing of the lights on the i gospel side of the altar. 2. The "firsts" should be in this crder: first hermit, first organizei-, first pillar saint, first Father of the Church, first Doctor of the Church. 3. Because Rome is the Pope's Port Orchard Groups Announce Dance For Next Friday Evening BREMERTON--J o i n t l y spon- sored by the Altar Society and the Holy N,ame Society of the Port Orchard Catholic Mission, a pre-lenten dance will be held at the Red Recreation hall at Or- cathedral city where he has the l Class A, Section 1 h.d roihts on Friday Febru- s:me episcopal jumsdietion as] (uobjectionable) -- a The hall will b decoJted every bishop has in his own diD-I Colorado Serenade (ProducersRe-[.z, _ .............  cese I leasing Corp.) W1LI1 tLle V;lllt.lll Juuuux. 4. Franciscan. IDeal on Wheels, The (Producers C;i:::,:olr:;9::;jls:: d bYnCcVC 5. Levi, who became St. Mat- Releasing Carp•) l will be from 9 to 12: thew the Apostle, sitting in his ]Lone Star Moonlight (Columbia) ] tax-collector's booth heard Jesus'! Song of Scheherazade (Universal) t l invitation: "Follow me." He Trail to San Antone (Republic) I] Rt]l Pr00lms ] obeyed and, for the o of ]t m s Releas aaav  t., .J Y ", " - Wild Country (Producer  II I vited the Lord to a banquet which ing Carp ) [! was attended by many of his publi- Class A, Section 2 [ Saturday, Feb. 8, KOL, 7:30 to can zrzenas (Mark, 2, 16). (unobjectionable for adults) ] 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. ..  Beast with Five Fingers, The" I Sunday, Feb. 9, KIRO, 7 to 7:3 zew mmms xrom remne are ar- •  • rivi .... (Warners) In. m.--Church of the Air• The ng re ,.ay at Tbe ,amer Beat The Band (RKO) /Rev. Leo P. Wobido, S. J., will o, anouc uppiy mouse, 1904 f Fourth Ave., Seattle. Blind Spot (Columbia) speak on "The Ninth Command- Dead Reckoning (Columbia) ment." Lone Wolf in Mexico, The (Colum- bia) Secrets of A Sorority Girl (Pro- ducers Releasing Corp.) Class B (objectionable) Los Amores de un Torero (Aztec Films Inc.) OBJECTION: Sug- gestive dance. Sunday, Feb. 9, KOMO, 3 to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen will speak on "The Philosophy of Commun- ism." Sunday, Feb. 9, KXA, 3:30 to: 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. FpanciK Sunday, Feb. 9, KOL, 3:45 to 4 i ). m.--Stories from The Digest• CLASSIFIED ADS program in the upper floor audi- torium. Gift of Brazil, Our Lady's Statue Unveiled In Portugal LISBON--His Eminance Eman- ue!e Cardinal Goncalves Cerejeiar, Patriarch of Lisbon, w, as present at the unveiling of a statute of Our Lady of the Apparition  in a chapel at St. Pedro. de Estorii. The statue was brought to Por- tubal from Brazil. where devotion to Our Lady of the Apparition is popular. HARLAN S. CALLAHAN Sheriff Kin County SeatUe, Wash. Notice of SherifFs Sale of Real Estate STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King. as. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of a Writ of Special Exe- cution issued out of the Honorable Su- 4erior Court of King County, on the 24th day of January, 1947, by the clerk thereof in the case of Joseph Minor, Plaintiff. versus John L. Sopchak arid Julia A. Sopchak, his wife, Defend- ants. No. 378809, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell t public auction to the bighest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law-for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on the 15th day of March. I47, before the Court House door of King County, Jef- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following :deseribed propery• situated in King County. State of Washington, to-wit: That Jaortion of Government Lot 6 in Sectmn 32 Township 23 North, Range 6 E.W.L, described as follows: Beginning at the quarter cornei" common to Section 32 and 33, said township and range, an d running thence West 243.2 feet; thence North 212 feet to the Southerly bank• of Cedar River; tence South 74°5 ' East 253.12 feet; thence South 142.6 feet to the point of beginning; levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein and each of them, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mort- gage amounting to four hundred ten and 69/100 ($410.69) Dollars, interest and the cost of suit in favor of plain- tiff. Dated this 24th day of January. 1947. HARLAN S• CALLAHAN, Sheriff. By L. E. ANDERSON, Deputy. First publication Feb. 7, 1947. Final publication, Mar. 7. 1.947• HOME CLEANING WALLS, WOODWORK and CEILINGS--Washed or Dry Cleaned. FLOORS---Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. WINDOWS---Cleaned inside and out. 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Capitol Hill preferred. Ad-I convalescing or chronic cases• RA flr "HE" c/o The Prngre tf 8483. 2-7-47 aqe Eight PROPAGATION The Rev. Emery J. Blanchard Diocesan Director 907 Trry Avenue, Seattle 4---Telephone MAIn 8880 THROWItt6 OUT THE N ATS ALETTER from a Columban Father, Rev. Lawrence D. • McMahon, contains the following interesting information about missionary life in Burma. *"When the pagan family informs the priest or catechist of its serious intention to enter the Church, the first step necessary "is to get rid of everything connected with the nats or spirits. All altars, shrines and offerings are ignominiously thrown out of the house and destroyed or bfirnt. This ceremony is called, "throwing out the nats," and it is one at which the priest is always happy • to officiate. 'Next follows the blessing of the house in which all the local Catholics participate. A small bamboo altar is erected inside the house near the front entrance. Holy pictures• are put on the walls and a small bottle of holy wahr is hung from the low "roof near the altar. "Holy water, incidentally, is a sacramental of the Church much appreciated by the Kachin Catholics. Every Catholic Kachin house has its bottle of holy water and it is used frequently. In an area where one's neighbors are followers of evil spiriJts, such a practice is highly desirable." THE FUTURE OF THE CHURCH IN INDIA The adoption on January-22nd last of Pandit ,Tawaharlal Nehru's resolution foz; the establishment of an independent sovereign republic in Irdia once more focuses the eyes of the world upon that country's i • CATHOLIC f NINETEN RECEIVE RELIGIOUS HABIT OF HOLY NAMES Postulants Admitted-- Three Sisters Take Temporary Vows MARYLHURST, Ore., Feb: 5.-- Nineteen young women who aad I completed six months as postul- ants in the Convent of the Holy Names here received the religious habit at impressive ceremonies this morning. His Excellency, the Most Reverend Edward D. How- ard, D. D., Archbishop of Port- land in Oregon, presided. Four sisters pronounced temporary vows, and eight girls made their initial entry in the convent• These who were clothed in the religious habit and received the names by which they will ,be known in the Sisterhood are: Miss Shirley Carlson, Sister M. Martinian; Miss Jne Varney, Sis- ter M. Adrian Francis; Miss Lau- rette Jalbert, Sister M. Levina Miss Marion Buzelle, Sister Rose Maureen; Miss Mary Jane Meeks Sister Kevin Mary; Miss Dorothy Heitkemper, Sister M. Stephana; Miss Joan Jett, Sister Francis Marion; Miss Florence Cochrane Sister Paul Marian; Miss Dolores Baxter, Sister M. Veronica Ann; Miss Patricia Arnold, Sister M. Rose Catherine; Miss Marcelene Kenney, Sister Mrtine Mary; Miss Mary Noreen OLeary, Sis- ter M. Noreen Elizabeth; Miss Monica Schmidt, Sister Joel Mary; Miss Cecelia Gurr, Sister John struggle for independence. To friends of ˘he mission cause there Marion; Miss Marcia Schrapps, a.ses the momentous question: What will be the status of Catholicity ] Sister Claudia MrY; Miss Jean under the new regime? : I Ingersoll, Sister Karen Mary; T a m m o ths uer Hs Excellenc Mms Vmla Brandt, Eater M o obt in a ore co plete answer t " q Y, " Y,I .... • Yvonne Margaret, Mms Shirley the Most Rev. Thomas Pothacamury, the Indian Bishop of Bangalore, " " " w •  •  Waters, Sister M Francella, Miss as lm:ervleweu. , • . . • . ,, Lucfle Jones, Eater Fideha Mua There is no reason to apprehend any setback for the Church as a[ . " consequence of the withdrawal of the Bri˘ish," stated the fifty-seven year old Indian prelate. "The suspicion and distrust that missionary activities have the support and encouragement of a foreign power" will be dissipated and the supra-national character and universal mission of .he Catholic Church will be better understood." However, the success of the Church in the future of India will depend mainly on the strengthening of Catholic life and stimulating Catholic Action according to His Excellency• "Every effort will have to be made to give a thorough Catholic formation to our youth so that they may imbue an apostolic spirit. This will necessitate the establishment of great facilities for high education in the secondary schools and colleges mairtained by the Church, as well as the erec- tion of more orphanages and technical schools• This is particularly true" in the Diocese of Bangalore, where the ministry among our 67,000 Catholics, as well as the apostolate to win over more than 3˝ million pagans, is carried on by-some 46 .Indian priests, assisted by 22 European missioners•" Bishop Pothacamury feels also tha: the national government would certainl:y welcome the cooperation of the Church in expanding her medical work. "There are only about fifty-five Catholic hospitals in India, while the Protestants have six times that number, all well affed and equipped. Since the message of charity is one that is understood by-pverybody, much prejudice against Christianity could be dissipated by the opening of hospitals under Catholic auspices, then the people would come in contact w)th the excellent work and unselfish services of our nursing sisters• The present represents the acceptable hour in which Catholicity may prove its virility and inter- est in the people of an independent India•" HOLY CHILDHOOD NEWS St. Paul School, Yakima,--All past records for the sale of hristmas seals was exceeded this year which saw the phenomenal sum of 71,500 Christmas seals sold. The t.o˘.al number of ransoms to date is 23L Credit must be given the various classes for the most recent 143 ransoms in the following manner: Eighth Grade (15), Seventh Grade, first section (14), Seventh Grade, second section (9), Sixth Grade (13), Fifth Grade (31), Fourth Grade (9), Third Grade (33), Second Grade (7), First Grade, first section (5), First Grade, second section (5). Special mention is due to the Third Grade which alone has already ransomed 46 pagan babies and to the Fifth Grade which has ran- somed 45. ' The list of those pupils with individual T'ansoms is headed by James Hotels of the Fifth Grade who has 6. Others in this group are Cecilia Craig, Diane Turner, Clifford Zauner, Cleora Fry, Shirley Patnode, Juliete Schutyser, Sheila Schock, Patricia Hayenga (2), Orval Dickens (2), Marie Helen O'Reilly, Joan Sommer, Billy Bullis, Patricia Roche, Patricia Junker, Raymond Benoit, Betty A. t4iernan Eugene Ledoux, Bertha Frank, Thelma Noland, Margaret Agop- sowicz. Janet Davis, Marilyn Lentz, Mary A. Heintzmn. Judy Hollen- beck, Mary Lynn Richards, Richard and Shirley Hempke. St. Catherine School, Sea.ttle-- 'we are very happy to be able o xend you the enclosed check for the ransom of 68 pagan babies. The Fourth Grade worked hard to ransom 17; the Seventh Grade, 11; the Sixth, 12, and the Third Grade, 9." So reads a letter from the pupils of t. Catherine School. Best of all they have promised to continue their .work of helping to save souls. We 'are very proud €co have these ardent home-missioners as members of the Holy Childhood Association. Blessed Sacrament School, Seattle--23. ransoms! Busy as the bees might be the motto of the pupils of Blessed Sacrament School. We are happy .o learn that a very creditable part of their activity has been in behalf of the mmsmns. Their work helps to spread the Faith. -  Providence Academy, Vahcouver--When can we begin to help ? The kindergarten class at the Academy have definitely proved that one is never too young to begin to help the missions. Young as they are, yet €they have by their own efforts ransomed a pagan baby. This surely is a big event in their young lives. rle. Take  Vows , Temporary vows for three years: were pronounced by Sister Mari- lyn Ann, Sister Michaelina Mary, Sister Marian J0seph .Sister M. Anne Paula and Sister David Maureen. - : .... : The following young women made the initial entry into the religious life: Misses Dorothy Eta- renD ................. Kathleen Graham, Jean. Bomber, Seattle; Miss Catherine Cobb, Usk, Wash- ington; Miss Mrgaret Kingsley, Portland; Miss Patricia Hqy Spo- .kane, ' and Miss Catherine:Ash, Wheatland, Indiana. The Rev. Lawrence Sealfeld, convent chaplain, preached the sermon, in which ae dwdlt on the sacrifices and reciprocal gains and blessings for those who make the three vOWS of religion.: --- The Right Rev. Thomas Ieier, O. S. B. Abbot of Mt" Angel and 23 members of the clergy were present at the ceremonies. KNOW IT? ANSWERS TO RELIGIOUS QUIZ (Questions on Page 4) 1. To express the truth that Jesus Christ (actually present in the tabernaele) is the source of all spiritual enlightenment. He was 'D, on't Take Brush Off': Catholic War Veterans Hit Silence of U. S. In NORTHWEST PROGRESS FR, WM(POWER TO CONDUCT.CONVERT LEAGUE MEETINGS Zagreb Prelate's Case NEW YORK, Feb. 3--(NC) -- Repetition of the many protests in behalf of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, imprisoned in Yugoslavia, which were sent to Preside=t Harry S. °Truman, the U. S. Department and the U. S: delegation to the United Nations, has been urged in an editorial, titled "Don't Take a Brushoff," appearing in the current issue of The Catholic War Veteran, offi- cial organ of the CWV. The editorial says that the "st- lence of President Truman, who has not even acknowledged receipt of protests from organizations, is indeed a mystery•" It states that "the same silence has engulfed" Warren Austin, chief of the U. S. delegation to the United Nations, and oh.erved that "on the other hand, the State Depagtment has gone into large scale production, sending out a form letter and en- clos.ng a press release, but giv- ing no definite statement of Un- ited States policy•" The CW organ urges each pro- testing group to set up a commit- tee, which would seek the aid of members of Congress to ascer- tain "the official position of our Government as pertains to relig- ious persecution." Commander Shea Post C.W.V. Will Meet Wednesday Commander Shea Post of the Catholic War Veterans will meet in St. Alphonsus school, hall at 8 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 12. Speaker for the evening will be Brother Bradley of O'Dea High School. The ladies auxiliary of the post will meet at the same time in an adjoining room• Deadline For Vets' Dependents' Claims Dependents of World War 'II veterans entifled to survivor's benefits under the amended Social Security Act must file before February. 10, 1947 to re- ceive full retroactive payments from date of death, the Vet- erans Administration advised today. Affected- by the deadline, the VA said, are dependents of vet- erans who died after discharge but before enactmen,t of the August 10, 1946 amendment to the Social Security Act. Infdrmation regarding the social security amendment may be obtained from any Veterans Administration contact office. Catholic Seamen's Club Honors Fifty Hostesses C. W. Peterson, was served by eight of the merchant seamen: Chuck Tessman, St. Paul; James Walsh, Philadelphia; Mernon Ha- worth, Walnut Grove •, Mo.; Jacob Kraus, Bavaria; Tom Kelly, Se- attle; Walt Hopkins, Glendale Calif•, and Bill and Ray Benham Marysville, Wn. The Rev. William Power, admin- istrator of Holy Family Church, Auburn. will conduct the winter series of meetings of the Consort's League of the Catholic Daughters of America. The meeting will be- gin at '5:30 p. m. Sunday, Feb. 9, at the home of Mrs. John L. Fitz- patrick, 1247 16th North. The Convert's League, which is a part of the National program of the Catholic Daughters, is open to all inquiring Catholics as well as to converts desiring more infor- i mation regarding their • religion. Father Power's lectures will be doctrinal but time will be allowed for the answering of questions. Preceding the meeting, refresh- ments will be served by Mrs. Fitz- patrick and her committee which includes Miss :Marie Freeburn, lfiss Dorothy Sexton, :Mrs. R. C. Schank, Miss Helen Bruzis, Miss ' Ethel Flynn. Mrs. Worthington. :M:.ss Florence Wrenn, Mrs. A. J. Mueller, Mrs. E. Lonzo Gilman, Miss Mabel Barlow, Mrs. Vina Leahy and Miss Joretta Smith. For further information call Mrs. Fitzpatrick at Seneca 2514. Friday, February 7, 1947 Dinner Wednesday For C. D. A. Teams WENATCHEE. -- Catholic Daughters will meet on Wednes- day evening, Feb. 12, in the par- ish hall. The "Nylons" will entertain the "Rayons" with a d.nner beginning at. 6:30 preceding the meeting. Catholic Everyday "Greeting Cards A magni/icent new assortment• is now on display! SPIRITUAL BOUQUET FOR THE LIVING MASS CARDS FOR THE DEAD MASS CARDS FOR THE INTENTION OF THE LIVING FIRST COMMUNION CONGRATULATIONS FIRST HOLY MASS ORDINATION ORDINATION A_NNIVERSARY AS YOU ENTER HIS SERVICE GOLDEN JUBILEE SILVER JUBILEE FEAST DAY BIRTHDAY WEDDING CONGRATULATIONS WEDDING ANNIVERSARY CHRISTENING READY SOON '. The very. important new edition in English of Summa Theologiea by St. Thomas Aquinas. Place orders now. 3 volumes ................................................................ $38.00 - and many others. NEW SHIPMENT FROM CZECHOSLOVAKIA Quaint Bohemian minatures, hand tinted, with frames .............. 50c, 65c Hand tinted brooches and pen- # dants ............................................ 30c The Kaufer Company CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) "The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SE&TTLE TACOMA 1904 Fourth Ave. 74 Broadway (Near Stewart St.) MAin 2702 MAin 4173 Stores also In Spokane, Wash,: Vancouver, B. C. Requiem Mass was offered in Honolu!u and at the Maryknoll Seminary, Oss:ning, N. Y., this week for Brother Adrian Riley, M. M., who had served at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs, Maryknoll Parish here, for 17 years• Prayers will be said for him at the 9 o'- clock :Mass next Sunday at Our Lady Queen of Martyrs. Stricken hy coronary thrombos- is, Brother Adrian, 44, died in Sacred Heart Church in Honolulu Monday. He was a native of Bos- ton and enterel Maryknoll and the Catholic Foreign Mission So- ciety in 1926. Brother Adrian was attached to the Maryknoll Parish here from 1928 to 1945, where he Dance To Honor Stella Maris Girl,, Fifty women who have been as- sisting as senior volunteers at the Catholic Seamen's Club were hon- ored at a luncheon in the Club on Tuesday. The Very Roy. Joseph P. Dough- erty, Chancellor of the Diocese ex- tended greetings and blessings from His Excellency Bishop Sha:ughnessy and congratulated i the women upon their roles as i "senior members of €he family" of the Catholic Seamen's Club, terming their service, "true Cath- olic action•" Others who spoke are Rev. D.J. ^ .... ,: ^ h ,,,-n Connors, O•lV[•I., actmg chaplam I Mam•• sT ....... r o  be feted at of the Seamen's wlub Rev Thorn-  .......... as A Morrison O P' Charles N rae c. vamnv.nes orma ance, " '_" "-- : ]on Friday night Feb. 14, at the mith Dr Kuo-'in Tsao consul I --li eamen's Club o-en to ' ". . ' L;aEno C  • , p for the Chmese Repubhc' Roger ....... nd a lication ma- :fl: aft or wit," ' " FGr:nld, ah: nra joa:On;aUv I ' =alle wrlit: the pp ' " . Y ' League officers, at the Seamen'sJ president of echo cella Marls . v ........ UlUO, WCsElaKe ano UllVe. " BK ADRIAN RILEY SIX PROVIDENCE DIES IN HONOLULU ACADEMY GIRLS RECEIVE AWARDS VANCOUVER, ,Vn.--SlX 1=roy; - dence Academy students received awards in the Scholarship Club on Friday• Membership in the club requires a grade point average [ 2•7 out of a possible 3.3 in addi- @ Lion to leadership in school activi- ties. Three girls received pearls in their pins previously awarded, Mabel Burris and M, arie Buck- holtz, seniors and oDra Ann Ca- rey, junior. Three soohomores, Josephine van Gogh, Marilyn Glassy, and Jeanne 5[attice re- ceived pins. The Rev. Conor McGreevy de- livered an inspiring lecture i which he urged the studentu ; use every opportunity to become well-inforn]ed vigorous Catholics. Following the reception refresi:- ments were served. Guests in- cluded Mrs. Francis Burris, Mr. Emanet Carey, and Mrs. Antm van Gogh. William Riley, both of Dorchester, Mass. C. D. A. DLN,'NER MaN-DAY was known for his .work among , the Japanese av-d yoIth of the • The Catholic Daughters will city. He was also active in the hold a dinner at' 6:30 p. . on parochial league• In 1945 he was Monday, Feb. 10 in the dining transferred to Hawaii to direct room of the A. O. U. W. Hall. 'Maryknoll youth activities there• i Following" the dinner Brother l Survivors include three broth- Dunphy and a group of boys from ors, the Roy. Joseph Riley, C.P.S., the Briscoe Home will present a Veellesley, Mass., and Daniel and WORLD-rIDE PILGRIMAGE t hand, Ireland, France, Belgium, TO FATIMA SLATED IN MAY [ Holland, Poland, Switzerland, ita- LISBON. -- An international I ly, the United States, the South Catholle girl's pilgrimage to the ! American, rtations, Africa and the Shrine at Fatima, which will in- [ Orient, will take place from May elude pilgrims from Spain, Eng- 1 3 to 6, it h been announced, Since 1911... a name that has merited the confidence of the Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R: Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 llth Ave. EAst 7484 Iague. Mrs. R. C. Schank, president of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, toastmistress, presented the honored guests, and commend- ed the women, all members of DCCW, for the fine work they were doing in the Club. Consuls Express Appreciation Mr. Tsao, and Mr• Cortland re- sponded to introductions with ap- preciation, the two consuls speak- ing on behalf of the seamen of their native lands who had been partially revealed in the Old Testa- [ guests in the Club. ment; hence the start of lights on.I William Frey, club director ask- the epistle side. In the New Test-led especially for the prayers of ament, Christ fully revealed him-tthe wonfen for the welfare of the Bremerton H. N. Men And K. C. To Receive BREMERTON. -- Holy Name Men and Knights of Columbus of the Star of the Sea Parish will re- ceive Holy Communion in a ody at the 9 o'clock Mass Sunday• ' Later breakfast will be served ,at the Business Center Cafe. For reservation call Charles White, 4515. seamen. The luncheon, prepared by Mr. I National Legion Of Decency Li00t self by the Holy Spirit; hence the: completing of the lights on the i gospel side of the altar. 2. The "firsts" should be in this crder: first hermit, first organizei-, first pillar saint, first Father of the Church, first Doctor of the Church. 3. Because Rome is the Pope's Port Orchard Groups Announce Dance For Next Friday Evening BREMERTON--J o i n t l y spon- sored by the Altar Society and the Holy N,ame Society of the Port Orchard Catholic Mission, a pre-lenten dance will be held at the Red Recreation hall at Or- cathedral city where he has the l Class A, Section 1 h.d roihts on Friday Febru- s:me episcopal jumsdietion as] (uobjectionable) -- a The hall will b decoJted every bishop has in his own diD-I Colorado Serenade (ProducersRe-[.z, _ .............  cese I leasing Corp.) W1LI1 tLle V;lllt.lll Juuuux. 4. Franciscan. IDeal on Wheels, The (Producers C;i:::,:olr:;9::;jls:: d bYnCcVC 5. Levi, who became St. Mat- Releasing Carp•) l will be from 9 to 12: thew the Apostle, sitting in his ]Lone Star Moonlight (Columbia) ] tax-collector's booth heard Jesus'! Song of Scheherazade (Universal) t l invitation: "Follow me." He Trail to San Antone (Republic) I] Rt]l Pr00lms ] obeyed and, for the o of ]t m s Releas aaav  t., .J Y ", " - Wild Country (Producer  II I vited the Lord to a banquet which ing Carp ) [! was attended by many of his publi- Class A, Section 2 [ Saturday, Feb. 8, KOL, 7:30 to can zrzenas (Mark, 2, 16). (unobjectionable for adults) ] 8 p. m.--Ave Maria Hour. ..  Beast with Five Fingers, The" I Sunday, Feb. 9, KIRO, 7 to 7:3 zew mmms xrom remne are ar- •  • rivi .... (Warners) In. m.--Church of the Air• The ng re ,.ay at Tbe ,amer Beat The Band (RKO) /Rev. Leo P. Wobido, S. J., will o, anouc uppiy mouse, 1904 f Fourth Ave., Seattle. Blind Spot (Columbia) speak on "The Ninth Command- Dead Reckoning (Columbia) ment." Lone Wolf in Mexico, The (Colum- bia) Secrets of A Sorority Girl (Pro- ducers Releasing Corp.) Class B (objectionable) Los Amores de un Torero (Aztec Films Inc.) OBJECTION: Sug- gestive dance. Sunday, Feb. 9, KOMO, 3 to 3:30 p. m.--Catholic Hour. The Rev. Msgr. Fulton J. Sheen will speak on "The Philosophy of Commun- ism." Sunday, Feb. 9, KXA, 3:30 to: 3:45 p. m.--Hour of St. FpanciK Sunday, Feb. 9, KOL, 3:45 to 4 i ). m.--Stories from The Digest• CLASSIFIED ADS program in the upper floor audi- torium. Gift of Brazil, Our Lady's Statue Unveiled In Portugal LISBON--His Eminance Eman- ue!e Cardinal Goncalves Cerejeiar, Patriarch of Lisbon, w, as present at the unveiling of a statute of Our Lady of the Apparition  in a chapel at St. Pedro. de Estorii. The statue was brought to Por- tubal from Brazil. where devotion to Our Lady of the Apparition is popular. HARLAN S. CALLAHAN Sheriff Kin County SeatUe, Wash. Notice of SherifFs Sale of Real Estate STATE OF WASHINGTON, County of King. as. Sheriff's Office. By virtue of a Writ of Special Exe- cution issued out of the Honorable Su- 4erior Court of King County, on the 24th day of January, 1947, by the clerk thereof in the case of Joseph Minor, Plaintiff. versus John L. Sopchak arid Julia A. Sopchak, his wife, Defend- ants. No. 378809, and to me, as Sheriff, directed and delivered: Notice is hereby given, that I will proceed to sell t public auction to the bighest bidder for cash, within the hours prescribed by law-for Sheriff's sales, to-wit: at Ten o'Clock A. M. on the 15th day of March. I47, before the Court House door of King County, Jef- ferson Street entrance, at Seattle, in the State of Washington, the following :deseribed propery• situated in King County. State of Washington, to-wit: That Jaortion of Government Lot 6 in Sectmn 32 Township 23 North, Range 6 E.W.L, described as follows: Beginning at the quarter cornei" common to Section 32 and 33, said township and range, an d running thence West 243.2 feet; thence North 212 feet to the Southerly bank• of Cedar River; tence South 74°5 ' East 253.12 feet; thence South 142.6 feet to the point of beginning; levied on as the property of all of the said defendants herein and each of them, to satisfy a judgment of a foreclosure of a mort- gage amounting to four hundred ten and 69/100 ($410.69) Dollars, interest and the cost of suit in favor of plain- tiff. Dated this 24th day of January. 1947. HARLAN S• CALLAHAN, Sheriff. By L. E. ANDERSON, Deputy. First publication Feb. 7, 1947. Final publication, Mar. 7. 1.947• HOME CLEANING WALLS, WOODWORK and CEILINGS--Washed or Dry Cleaned. FLOORS---Cleaned, Waxed and Polished. WINDOWS---Cleaned inside and out. 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