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Ftidoy, Februory 21, 1947 " CATHOE.IC  NORTHWEST- PROGRESS " " , ,Page Sewn " : " U.S. NUNS OPEN SANTO DOMINGO "COLLEGE p M,,.,.,,, L S[AGIT COUNTY !, : .............................. : ...................... ...................................................... ......... ................ . ............. ,POFE RADIOS LEA -.I gdlgli llUlilq,/ ] : i;:. " ' TOU = Io C..L...-.. MEN ORGANIZING TO U. S. CHILDREN +- P i iiiiiiiiiiiiEiEiiii``.i+iiii7!5iiiii;iAiiitiiiiiiki!iii.?@i@i+#i :: ....... '"::--%::iiiiiiiiiili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::iiiii  t ii " : ' i-.-:  i?ii:-:-:i::i:i:.-:--:E :::::::--" -:-:-:--:-:+:.:- --.:::.:-- ........ .:.::::i::i:i)!:i!!ii!.:.:::.i-31iiiiiii:: :!: i:iiii::::: .. CHARITIES DBIVE. +++ ,,+ +,0, FOR EUROPE S NEEDY " sir iBIllillillliii l ------ ! i ::::::--  ::::=: - ' -- " MOUNT VERNON Wn.--Eight-i . . _: ....... :. .... " .  . l een Catholic men of 'Skagit Coun-', ;:::=:: ' VA'I'ICA. uITx, .yen. l.-- Vo|ces Congratulations To, t are or anizin a subscr" tion " (NC) =His Holiness Pope Plus :t: ? French President On ! cyampaign f: assitsgt Catholic karl- I .......... ::::: .................. i XII. in,a brc:dcast ?o Amera - i tics met the cost of earing for  ....  ........ e ................. - ......  countr that "we cannot rest as ..... Election SKagt County children. . Y ..... i  i Catholic Charities does not share i long as ne pangs oz nunger ma,e "  By M. MASSIANI. i in _ny general fund campaigns in the unfol,tunate children of. Eu- " "(Paris Correspondent, NCWC :Skagit County and must support _ rope and ne ar w.as cry out zor  News Service} " !its w o r k in- the -county either h_qp." - -:PARIS, Feb. 17 -- Archbishop : through payments made toward[ Addressing 2,000,000 students Ahgelo Roncalii, Papa; ;uncio to i!he care of individual children by in American Catholic parochial Yrance, as dean of the diplomatic iparents or friends or by donations[ schools the Pontiff inaugurated eorps, acted as spokesman for the fin the subscription c a m p a i g n.[ the "save starving children" drive .diplomats n expressing to Presi- i v:hich is to be launched within Thh main buidling of the Colegio Santo Domingo, Ciudad Trujillo, R. D., which has been built for the which is a part of the bishop's -tries and showed "a spontaneous lipid magnificent expression of ad- n:;irai:ion for your loyal and gener- -ous devotion for the welfare of the _ountry, during the days of pros- -terity as well as during the diffi- i Area Cha'rmen Chosen J George Dbmes is general chair- i man for the subscription caTn- i paign. He was elected at a com- !mittee meeting held at the home i ef William Hofstee in Mount Ver- } non. Mr. Hofstee was elected chair- Sisters of St. Dominic, of Adrian, Mich., their first educational institution outside of the United States. relief campaign for victims at Forma!ly dedicated on February 12, its construction was supervised by the key. A.ndrew_P. Mc. ate war. By self-denial throughout the I of Detroit. (NC Photos} Lenten season,, the student have pledged themselves to contribute MONOPOLY HITS !Cath?iic Press, Beaion $5G0,000"to the $5,000,000 overallgoal. WELFARE AGENCIES The Holy Father contrasted the lot of the U S. youngsters-- In T00de of Confumon, "happy inyourbeautifulschoots" IN SOVIET ZONE --with that of many children in other parts of the world whom I he described as without parents, -Cult days of affliction, but most --o_f_all_for your spirit of deep un- derstanding of men and of social p r)b_ms, and for untiring efforts to bring about unity" Lauds Appeal For Brotherly Understanding .he) Nuncio praised the appeal de-by the Pres!dent in his first message to the people 6f France ot.brotherly understanding. He BERLIN" ((IP) -- Tendencies i Say C P without necessary ' man of the Mount Vernon Area; aiming at mnplizing Charitable t " A P riA$n| I te', fd r medicin:l ing' shel- l Earl B. Rodgers, chairman of the and relief activities by Communist- I S I " :ney, to3, should l: Anacortes area; "Oscar R Le- controlled agencies have found] [ compte, chaiiman for the Sedro their latest expression in a state-] --   i phaUP fized.aealt:Y"andour penniStr s g Call B tlumphrey E Desmond i Woolley area and Louis .Mikota, merit just issued by the Govern-] ] -' -  iil] buy oread and n:, t i cha'rman of the Burlington Area. ment of Saxony, in the Soviet oc- I.00ues Press j P.resident, Tl,e Catholic Press Ass- i will helt, sve the f, [ ]e committee will complete cupation z o n e of Grmany, an-] [ ociation of ,the Unlined States i less fortunate child " I ass at a meeting early n nouncing that the "Volks-Solidari-] At no time in history has the i ,h ,;,, ,, ,ho  .', i ek" taet" (People's Solidarity) has] average man been bombarded' liei'Full-is's:he'dul d "taken over" the work of the[ with so .uch fact and fiction .... '. "".'-.- i , !--i-'-A-- [L['[I""I "Bahnhofsmission"Evangelical and {Travellers',the C/ttholic i - 'I Ulovese in. rue ra.. interpretation and misinterpreta- I S It ion of events and trends in th2 i - ...... I LEAVES FOR ROME !CARE A00-NOUNCES [The committee will complete its I plans at a meeting early next iweek. "They, too, should be growing up healthy and strong," he em- phasized. "Your pennies and dimes will buy bread and medicine which will help save the lif9 of some The drive for the Bishops' Re- lief Fund is scheduled for tMs expressed the hope that this con-i][ cord would extend throughout the ! h " i a Aid) in all cities where t e Peo-i I l- but him V. orld  , war u a o " : I ale's Solidarity has centers. This[ " , .... In the Bible, that contains the I m e a n s anparentlv that t h e ] Governments at home and i i-agna Charta of civilization which  =_ Catholic aztd'Protestant Traveners' l abroad, spokesmen for business ! made us great, it says: 'Blessed Tfl TAVr UIP.LI DT[Aid will be allowed to continue and spokesmen for labor, leagues |lJ"|i rfidrl .lltrll/a4if J are the meek for they shall inher-] IU /I%L HIgH |UO|Jtheir work only in a small num-: I for mis and leagues for that, news lrw rlJWI t*/lldlMtl I it-the earth" blessed are the peace l ----- ber "of cities until the Peole'sl commentators and backstairs' gos- "" ..... ........... I makers fol they shall be called th I  , organized I s*ps ome at hm through th ' e i NEVv YORK, Feh. 20. fNC)-- [olidarity is sufficiently , " [ . e [ rgltl rlllflt Mrffll I children of GOd' President .... I '" ,' tPrin00d word in public fo,00ms .... The Very Re;' Mathms laust to take o, er eve he, e. ' , run cunr plEru,! interpreting the sentiments of my O.F.M., forner Delegate General 1 The Catholic and Protestant[ I over the air waves and via the r _ colleagues I am inspired by tie - - - movies ..... ' " i at tim Order of Frmrs Minor for "Bahnhofsmission" in Germany l l recollection of the Sermon on the t,,_z,._ an L 'entlal America left ...... Although he reads, sees and l I .........  o'u, u , "- , nave a long and successful record i t . . t NEW YORK N Y A new t eaount wnicn is tne eieimai word. "el e Lads" for Rome where he will ............ I I hears more than ever oetore the ' " "--- I l y in tnezr work or nel in travenng " i ' h "r " " P g I ' - I CARE food paokage designed to i 3o n t e wmhes and mine-to,, tak u- his duties as Procurator I ....... " - , I net result can easdy be confusion I  ' ' ] , p omen, girls, and cnuaren and pre c lren carctl s n r those of the people which reach l ......... [ ...... .: .......... ] "  __ . "l ]unless he las [he assistance Of a l ombat cu" t s ". 'e i wa - 5,o.u from all. parts of France .on i t;;'?r'anciscan ce3:it;*'He ?s I;rvlngm:teJa;cu3; n:ml 'danm--I I rehable guide. ] d:v::t:::dd ctont;l.TyInc.REPe[: ] zms nrst nay m y?urrmefo tne i accompanied by the Rev Eustace I gers. I Each year during the monLh Of icoemerative for AmeriCan Remit-J supreme power m. tnerepu.nc.. I Smith, O.F.M., former vice rector I .ef,, ....... ; oh,t,hlt I February special em.phasis is giv-] +,::o + , ...... z,, I in response tne l--reszuentt - . .  ............. t- .............. . . , ,., - ---, ,,. , .... '. ....  of Christ the King Seminary, A1- land relief activities in a manner I ......... w n .... nn eneral I en to one such guide, the Catholic I ......... [ sresseu nzs desire to WOrK Iorl , ...... ,r - -- "- '--- "-- I u,,,p,,,= .,.  ...... , ,, I  .... 1 ne new package Will De avail- ..... - .... P. P who will serve as his se-retaries of the occupation Man-" ohan ............. ^" .... !analyzed and interpreted in the pe ] qsaom oz tneir fellers. " .  ......... *  "  . z .P - wno nas assueu tnu anuuat -* I..._ .... ....  ._. in which CARE operates on ap-t , Jamer ausE is tile IlrsE Fran i llgflL oi unrzsuan tnougflt ..... , ' -l ages children's homes and other, Month message February will " .-.'.,.. a.... . I ."."  .;.---- ]ciscan from the United States to t institutions formerly run by re-] i.^ , .... n "-O-tholic Press I Here he will find much of the P" ..........  ..... c ..... ] Ri:IIAM ATWIll IP. [be elected to the office, which J lious organizations were "tak- iont'lOin'nostdioc"ses through. [f alse Propag anda of the day ex- 21 ,Pounds of Food , i ILl=lill/flll| fl/lllLl was established early in the his- I en over" This development has u" the count--- "NC Pllot' =1 posed . i ; " I 0 t ry. t ' . . . The new CARE food ackage I I1 r'i nl'll ; tory of-the Franciscans. I not been eouallv nronounced ev- I Here he will find a beacon hght ........ ', i __ -  - ' - . . . designed In accoruanee wun ex- [ . rAYCfl UV,5 i ..... ]crywhere. In some parts of the]#.|. ,-1 11 it , I_to.gu:de h m th:nkmg.and..to en- pert advice on the most wide-! Russian zone, for instance au- aole mm to ulscuss menlgently t ..... ,.ltnnen00,, l_ l_._. l- - , I t.mnese 00.nua ueaos I ........ spread shortages abroad, contains 1 " HIINIINI'II/N II!!1 l-I [ ttu za ]tLbL t thorities h-ve expressed a wish/ _ _* -- . ' I tne issues oz ne  uay. .)  ..... . , . ., ,.,;  * IIUIllhirllLU/il ,,IIUUIL.I,.II,. . . - . . ..v p ...... , .... , ............. i ..... 1 1MI! 1PMI 1I ira:more Cathohc nun00 to aya,l-/. Entire Family 9t / . steadily growing recognition nutritional value of more th.:m 40,- --- ' an e zor nurs-ng hn nospitals In " | of the value of the Cathohc Press i ANTWERP Belgmm. Feb 19--1 maneuver flays UD/ - | - no0 calories Contents include 2 NC Although txo ears tote uch cases howev r the prmmpal to individuals and to the Church (-)- o y - x o . ,,., . .-: . . Eleven To Fmthl . lbs 12 oz of meat'2 lbs. sugar t  ........ ' ,v,-.,,,t, ,,,n cason seemed to de a-IaCK 0t hs brought its cir ulation to more "' " 1 h 'rtenm 7 lbs' ' J a c  u  o z pubncanon has oeen O:;bt.llalll IUtiOnVU : . . - . .,  c . 2 tbs. veetab e s o " ; ' a irameu personnel rather than a ST. COLUMBAN, Nebr.--How than 12,000,000 copras per issue of flour; lbs. of chocolate; 1 lb. BRIJlAN CATHOLIG PAPEA OBS[RffS HUNOREI]TH JUBILEE i FOR. EUROPE NEEDY celbrated here by Het Handels-i blad, Catholic daily. Circumstanc- es beyond the control of the pub- lishers -- namJy, the war--made t impractical to hold the cele- bration sooner. -.he paper began as a neutral publication at a time when anti: Catholic forces controlled the Bel- gian parliament. In i857 when -th anti-Catholics began riots with the slogan, "Dowm with the[ eonents," the paper became a Catholic daily and since that time has been a staunch defender of Ca.tholic rights During both World War I and IL publication of the paper was sspended, upon each time upon the cessation of ho,z.tilities, the staff gathered again and publication was resum- ec. "ZIIsibrt will open in St. ary iChurch here, on Sunday, Feb. 23 .t-'the 9 o'clock Mass. The mis- ision will be conducted by the Rev. lather Kargl, C. S. S. R., a wide- ly known Redemptorist Mission- .ay. Morning services will be at 7 iahd 8. Evening services will be- -gin at 7:30. The M:ssion will con- ciude with the closing exercises on Sunday evening, March 2, to be -folloed by a Mission at Darring- ton, beginning March 3. :St. -Anthony Altar Society Elects Officers: Members of the St, Anthony Altar -.Society have chosen the .llowing officers: Mrs. onnic cDonald, president; Mrs. A. L. Major vice-president; and Mrs. "Fancis Mulvey, secretary - treas- .urer. Mrs. Feely, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs Fish and Mrs. Banasky are new members. Hostesses for the evening meet- ing, held in" St. Anthony Schoc . were Mrs. J. Klepach and Mrs. F. Popavich. Dies at 106 ---rlCHITA, Kan. - "Fly-fly,.th -issors grinder," a familiar fig- -uxe here for half a century, died recognition of the natural right of ROME, Feb. 18.--(CIP)---Bishop religious and private organizations Marko Kalocjra oi zm Old Cath- to be active in these fields. olic Church of Croatia, a religious group with only a few thousand' followers, has recently been via- RE CROSS FUN[) ibly favored by prominent leaders of the Tito regime in ]elgrade and Zagreb. Well-informed Catho- ]sic circles in Yugoslavia have ex- pressed the belief that this is a maneuver aimed at establishing what the Tito regime claims will be a "Catholic Church liberated from Rome." Earlier efforts in this direction were made when the press and radio of the Tito regime made the unsuccessful attempt to play up a numb e r of "people's priests" against their bishops and when ' Communist laders declared in their speeches that they had noth- ing against the Catholic Church but only against its "foreign" links. They declared that the a little Chinese girl of eleven em- braced the Catholic Faith and persuaded her entire family to follow her example, is told by Fat.her Patrick Maguire, Colum- ban missionary who has just. re- turned from China. DRIVE UNDER WJ.Yj The little girl, whom Father Maguire nicknamed Peggy, came In the two weeks since the pay- roll and special gifts divisions of the 1947 fund campaign of the Se- attle-King County Chapter, Ameri- cvan Red Cross, began actual so- licitation, more th.n $50,000 has been raised toward the Chapter goal of $398,910.71. The women's residential and women's downtom divisions for the drive will begin work on March 1. MISSION TO OPEN Red Cross Home INST, MARY CHURCH ,+ they were willing to e MABYSVlLLE, FEB, 23 tan,breakcouldff relatiOnSoccupy withan impotantthe Vati- Nursing Classes MARYSVILL -- A wee k's place in the life of their country.' Bgin Next Week Eighth Anniversary . , A new series of Red Cross home Of Pope Pius XI IDeoth nursing classes is scheduled to be- gin Monday, February 24. Observed At Vatican i One class series will meet on i Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- (N.C.W.C. News Service) days, for two weeks, and the sec- VATICAN CITY, Feb. 18.--(Ra- and series will meet Tuesdays and dlo)--Commemoratmg he eighth Thursdays for three weeks. For anniversary of the death of Pope l both series women have a coice Pins XI, His Holiness Pope Piu of classes meeting at 10 a. m., 1 XII and 15 Cardinals headed a P. m. and 7:30 p. m. Classes meet istinguished congregation of the at the Red Cross Chapter House, Church and State dignitaries who 1551 Tenth Avenue North, and at as:sted at  Solemn Mas yester- Chapter Hcadquarters, 905 Second day in the Sistene Chapel. Avenue. ............. _ ...... Home nursing classes are of- Fourth Degree Hold [ fered free of charge to the public i as a.community service by the , Pre-Lenten Party[Red Cross. ---- t Further information may be had YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--The Joseph lbY calling the Red Cross Home Caraund Assembly, Fourth De- / Nursing Class, Prospect 1588. gree Knights of Columbus of the i Yakirna Valley, held their annual Low-Cost Housing Program dinner dance on Tuesday of last For Brazil Is Announced week. SAd PAULO, Brazil.--A vast ! Faithful Navigator George Car- program of low-priced housing con- bett welcomed the "guests and struction, known as the Fcunda- announced a special meeting for tion for People's Homes, was an- Y/arch 19 at the Hotel Commer- nouneed in a Press Conference by Icial. Charles P. Moriarty of Se- the 'Labor Minister Moavan de r lactic ili giv the address. L'guerado, of Brazil. i "/'he assemS!y's Faithful-Friar The Labor minister declared Father Joseph Pucci, O.M,I., poke himself a citizen profesing a de- i very briefly, thanking the mem-" mocratic and Christian vocation. l Lo him as a refugee from way stricken Hankow. She asked the missionax,, to teach her English. While he was" teaching her, he asked her if she knew anything about Catholics She didn't, so Father gave her a catechism. She studied it and very soon asked to be baptised. But Father Maguire advised her to wait and consult her parents. Her mother and ather were op- posed, but in her own way, she broke down all their arguments and finally had them all instruct- A conLinued emplsis on these apricots; 1 lb. prunes; 1 lb. cof- values from pulpit and press dur- fee;  lb. dried egg powder; 2 lbs. dried whole milk powder; and 6 oz. of soap. Delivered To -Individual ]Families Th package will sell at $10 de- livered to the designated person. ink February, Catholic Press Month, can swell the total by additional millions and increase the effectiveness of this strong arm of the Church Center of International Studies Opened at Paris Catholic University PARIS. (CIP)--A Center of Higher International Studies (Cen- tre d'Etudes Internationales Su- perieures) has just been opened at the Catholic University in Par-! is. The fact that Cardinal Suhard, I Archbishop of Paris accepted the! presidency of the Center is ax in-t dication of the great role which: it is expected to play. Four Prelates To Address FasnHy Life Convenion ed by the missionary. It was her In Chicago, March 10-12 great joy to select the new names CHICAGO:--Four members of --Mary Dolores for herself, Mary 1 the U. S. I-Iierarchy, including His Magdalen for her mother, Joseph Eminence Samuel C a r d i n a 1 for her father and Patrick, As-IStritch , Archbishop of Chicago, sumpta, Carmel and Stella for the will fill major roles at the 15th rest of the familyl l annual convention of the Na- "'Mary Dolores is a model Cath- tional Catholic Conference on olic," re!ated Father Magnire, Family Life to be held here from "and a daily Communicant. Maxch 10 to 12. NO, YOU ARE NOT SEEING DOUBLE -at the age of "at least 106." His l bers for their thoughtfulness in. -am was Frank P.-Grant and he remembering him so faithfully ALTAlg SOCIETY TO RECEIVE A young polio patient learns to walk again ha. the mirror-lined pos- -eame here In a covered-wagon 52 during his convalescence at St. YAKIMA.--The Ladies' Altar ture .room, aided by Sister Clotilda, in.St. Agnes Hospital for Crip- -years ago. He was born in Naples,  Llizabeth Hospital. , Society will receive Holy. Cam-, pledcorrectChildren,their mistakesWhite PlainS,.underN.instruction. Y" MirrorsLatestenable medicalPatientStechniques,'-t see and [aly. i The party was staged by James mun!on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 8 , ' including light and water therapy treatments,, massage and posture A-::Requiem Mass for Mr. Grant Moreland, social chairman, Mrs. O'clock in St. Joseph Church. A! work are used to aid thane with crippling diseaaes. The current fered in St. Anthony'sl Dave Champoux and Mrs. Arthur business meeting will be held la- [ National'Infantile Paralysis Campaign seeks to aid such work car here. Toupin. ter. olio ,sufferers. (NC.Photo) o The packages are being as- sembled now- in CARE warehouses in Europe European governments admit these non-profit packages ration-free, duty-free and tax- free. Orders can be placed for CARE packages to be delivered to indi- vidual families in Austria, Bel- gium, Czechoslovakia, France, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, the American, British and French-i occupied zones of Germany plus all of Berlin. National Legiofi 0f Decency List Class A, Section 1 (unobjectionable) Angel and The Badman (Re- public) Calendar Girl (Republic) Death Valley (Screen Guild Production) My Dog Shep (Screen Guild Production ) Raiders of The South (Mono- gram ) Riding The California Trail (Monogram) South of The Chisholm Trail (Columbia Old Man Weather can be mighty tough on telephone lines, espedally in the High Sierras and Cascades where snow often piles high enough to cover poles completely and ice builds up several inches thick on wires. But when a major break occurs, crews of telephone workers swing into action fast. Expert mountaineer workmen speed to the break on snowshoes and skis. As a special safeguard against sud- den storms, well-equipped shelter huts have been built along mountain lines. Enough men rush to the job to keep repair work going .. without stop.., in the meantime, calls are immediately erouted whenever possible. And sooner than you might imagine, the damaged lin are in use again. For here, as in" everything we're now doing to grow with the West, telephone people work with a splendid spirit of service and teamwork.., and always with you in mind. An ever-improving telephone service at tbe least cost consistent witb good wages and working conditions Jor our employees and a reasonable return to tbe tbou- sands o[ people who bare invested in the business. The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. ,:: 1200 Third Ave. EL. 9000 "Title Service WHEN YOU BUY YOUR HOME Here are the three steps: 1 Consult your l ealc or find the house you think you would like to buy. 2. Be sure you are satisfied with location and value. 3. Insist that your earnest meney receipt ! specifies "Policy of TITLE INSURANCE by WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPAN Y. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY Capital $1,30,000 Agent SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAn 134 L S. Booth, Chairman Charhon L. Hail, President "Demand the Best -- It Costs'No More" Thousands In Chicago St. Patrick's Day Petition Release of Archbishop Stepinoc I Sodal Planned For CHICAGO, Feb. 18.-- (NC)-- Thousands of petitions gathered by two Catholic organizations of this city requesting the immediate release of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, now imprison- ed in Tito-led Yugoslavia, have been forwarded from here to Pres- ident Harry S. Truman, the De- partment of State, and members of Congress. The petitions were i gathered by the" Catholic "War Vet- erans here and by the Catholic Daughters of America, whose State Regent announced that some 5,000 members are sending letters to the nation's capital Tird Order To Recive At St. Anne Church Members of the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Anne Parisl Trail Street {RKO) will receive Holy Communion in Vacation Days (Monogram} l.a body at the 7:30 Ias:} o] SilO- Valley of Fear {Monogram Idly, F'eb. 23. Vigilantcs of Boon=Lawn (Re- +t -- public) [+pcl'sh;.. Bishops' Meeting Sehedtded Class A, Seclion 2 ! CRACOW.--The executive cam- (Unobjectionable for Adults) i mission of the Polish Hierarchy, meeting under the chairmansh'p Before Him All Rome Trembled I (Ital)--{Superfilm) ] of His Eminence August Cardinal (20th Century Fox) Hlond, Primat of Poland, decided Boomerang i to call a general conference o[ It Happened on Fifth Ave. (Monogram) ] the ,Hierarchy in Gniezno o this Johnny O'Clock (Columbia) , summer. (;'lass B ( Objectionable ) Abenteuer in. Grand Hotel (Ger- manl (HeinrichHaas) Objection: Suggestive situations and dialogne. Private Affairs of Bel Ami (United Artists) Objection: Re- flects the acceptability of divorce; plot solution by duel. Notation: 12 Rue Madeleine (20th Century Fox) previously classified as A1 has been reviewed again and reclassified as B. Reason for B classification: Suicide is presented as justifiable. Longview Parish LONGVI-'%V -- A St. Patrick's Day social or members of St, Rose Parish is be:ng planned by the parish Altar Society. Assist- ing Mrs. Carl Fahlstrom, chair- man, will be Medames Henry Boivin, William Pittman, Floyd Larsen, Henry Olsen, Joseph Slobojan, Fred Martin and Ross Scott. Approximately 100 women at- tended the valentine tea on Sun- day, February 9, honoring neW members of the parsh. Mrs. R. H. Bain was general chairman and Mrs. A. F. Schneider, in charge of tea tables. Pouring were Mes- dames Frank Glea._on, Jack Don- ahue, George Nabbefeld and Gor- don Quarnstrom. Piano selections were rendered by Miss Adelaide Butler. Mrs. Quanstrom, chairman of the Altar Society, and Mrs. Ger- , trud Scallon and Mrs. Peter Saueressig we r e no,reed dele- gates to the D.C.C.W. Convention for the Southern and Western i Deaneries to be held in Tacoma on i April 15. Mrs. Oscar Boehland. , Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bo:vin were i named alternates. ! ! Mrs. C. -B. Korten was ap- I ninted publicity chairman for the society. UNIVERSITY Beauty Salon NOW OPEN! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Call EVergreen 1990 For Your Beauty Care 1408 E. 43rd St., Suite 210 Hours .11 a. m. to 7 p. m. Ftidoy, Februory 21, 1947 " CATHOE.IC  NORTHWEST- PROGRESS " " , ,Page Sewn " : " U.S. NUNS OPEN SANTO DOMINGO "COLLEGE p M,,.,.,,, L S[AGIT COUNTY !, : .............................. : ...................... ...................................................... ......... ................ . ............. ,POFE RADIOS LEA -.I gdlgli llUlilq,/ ] : i;:. " ' TOU = Io C..L...-.. MEN ORGANIZING TO U. S. CHILDREN +- P i iiiiiiiiiiiiEiEiiii``.i+iiii7!5iiiii;iAiiitiiiiiiki!iii.?@i@i+#i :: ....... '"::--%::iiiiiiiiiili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::iiiii  t ii " : ' i-.-:  i?ii:-:-:i::i:i:.-:--:E :::::::--" -:-:-:--:-:+:.:- --.:::.:-- ........ .:.::::i::i:i)!:i!!ii!.:.:::.i-31iiiiiii:: :!: i:iiii::::: .. CHARITIES DBIVE. +++ ,,+ +,0, FOR EUROPE S NEEDY " sir iBIllillillliii l ------ ! i ::::::--  ::::=: - ' -- " MOUNT VERNON Wn.--Eight-i . . _: ....... :. .... " .  . l een Catholic men of 'Skagit Coun-', ;:::=:: ' VA'I'ICA. uITx, .yen. l.-- Vo|ces Congratulations To, t are or anizin a subscr" tion " (NC) =His Holiness Pope Plus :t: ? French President On ! cyampaign f: assitsgt Catholic karl- I .......... ::::: .................. i XII. in,a brc:dcast ?o Amera - i tics met the cost of earing for  ....  ........ e ................. - ......  countr that "we cannot rest as ..... Election SKagt County children. . Y ..... i  i Catholic Charities does not share i long as ne pangs oz nunger ma,e "  By M. MASSIANI. i in _ny general fund campaigns in the unfol,tunate children of. Eu- " "(Paris Correspondent, NCWC :Skagit County and must support _ rope and ne ar w.as cry out zor  News Service} " !its w o r k in- the -county either h_qp." - -:PARIS, Feb. 17 -- Archbishop : through payments made toward[ Addressing 2,000,000 students Ahgelo Roncalii, Papa; ;uncio to i!he care of individual children by in American Catholic parochial Yrance, as dean of the diplomatic iparents or friends or by donations[ schools the Pontiff inaugurated eorps, acted as spokesman for the fin the subscription c a m p a i g n.[ the "save starving children" drive .diplomats n expressing to Presi- i v:hich is to be launched within Thh main buidling of the Colegio Santo Domingo, Ciudad Trujillo, R. D., which has been built for the which is a part of the bishop's -tries and showed "a spontaneous lipid magnificent expression of ad- n:;irai:ion for your loyal and gener- -ous devotion for the welfare of the _ountry, during the days of pros- -terity as well as during the diffi- i Area Cha'rmen Chosen J George Dbmes is general chair- i man for the subscription caTn- i paign. He was elected at a com- !mittee meeting held at the home i ef William Hofstee in Mount Ver- } non. Mr. Hofstee was elected chair- Sisters of St. Dominic, of Adrian, Mich., their first educational institution outside of the United States. relief campaign for victims at Forma!ly dedicated on February 12, its construction was supervised by the key. A.ndrew_P. Mc. ate war. By self-denial throughout the I of Detroit. (NC Photos} Lenten season,, the student have pledged themselves to contribute MONOPOLY HITS !Cath?iic Press, Beaion $5G0,000"to the $5,000,000 overallgoal. WELFARE AGENCIES The Holy Father contrasted the lot of the U S. youngsters-- In T00de of Confumon, "happy inyourbeautifulschoots" IN SOVIET ZONE --with that of many children in other parts of the world whom I he described as without parents, -Cult days of affliction, but most --o_f_all_for your spirit of deep un- derstanding of men and of social p r)b_ms, and for untiring efforts to bring about unity" Lauds Appeal For Brotherly Understanding .he) Nuncio praised the appeal de-by the Pres!dent in his first message to the people 6f France ot.brotherly understanding. He BERLIN" ((IP) -- Tendencies i Say C P without necessary ' man of the Mount Vernon Area; aiming at mnplizing Charitable t " A P riA$n| I te', fd r medicin:l ing' shel- l Earl B. Rodgers, chairman of the and relief activities by Communist- I S I " :ney, to3, should l: Anacortes area; "Oscar R Le- controlled agencies have found] [ compte, chaiiman for the Sedro their latest expression in a state-] --   i phaUP fized.aealt:Y"andour penniStr s g Call B tlumphrey E Desmond i Woolley area and Louis .Mikota, merit just issued by the Govern-] ] -' -  iil] buy oread and n:, t i cha'rman of the Burlington Area. ment of Saxony, in the Soviet oc- I.00ues Press j P.resident, Tl,e Catholic Press Ass- i will helt, sve the f, [ ]e committee will complete cupation z o n e of Grmany, an-] [ ociation of ,the Unlined States i less fortunate child " I ass at a meeting early n nouncing that the "Volks-Solidari-] At no time in history has the i ,h ,;,, ,, ,ho  .', i ek" taet" (People's Solidarity) has] average man been bombarded' liei'Full-is's:he'dul d "taken over" the work of the[ with so .uch fact and fiction .... '. "".'-.- i , !--i-'-A-- [L['[I""I "Bahnhofsmission"Evangelical and {Travellers',the C/ttholic i - 'I Ulovese in. rue ra.. interpretation and misinterpreta- I S It ion of events and trends in th2 i - ...... I LEAVES FOR ROME !CARE A00-NOUNCES [The committee will complete its I plans at a meeting early next iweek. "They, too, should be growing up healthy and strong," he em- phasized. "Your pennies and dimes will buy bread and medicine which will help save the lif9 of some The drive for the Bishops' Re- lief Fund is scheduled for tMs expressed the hope that this con-i][ cord would extend throughout the ! h " i a Aid) in all cities where t e Peo-i I l- but him V. orld  , war u a o " : I ale's Solidarity has centers. This[ " , .... In the Bible, that contains the I m e a n s anparentlv that t h e ] Governments at home and i i-agna Charta of civilization which  =_ Catholic aztd'Protestant Traveners' l abroad, spokesmen for business ! made us great, it says: 'Blessed Tfl TAVr UIP.LI DT[Aid will be allowed to continue and spokesmen for labor, leagues |lJ"|i rfidrl .lltrll/a4if J are the meek for they shall inher-] IU /I%L HIgH |UO|Jtheir work only in a small num-: I for mis and leagues for that, news lrw rlJWI t*/lldlMtl I it-the earth" blessed are the peace l ----- ber "of cities until the Peole'sl commentators and backstairs' gos- "" ..... ........... I makers fol they shall be called th I  , organized I s*ps ome at hm through th ' e i NEVv YORK, Feh. 20. fNC)-- [olidarity is sufficiently , " [ . e [ rgltl rlllflt Mrffll I children of GOd' President .... I '" ,' tPrin00d word in public fo,00ms .... The Very Re;' Mathms laust to take o, er eve he, e. ' , run cunr plEru,! interpreting the sentiments of my O.F.M., forner Delegate General 1 The Catholic and Protestant[ I over the air waves and via the r _ colleagues I am inspired by tie - - - movies ..... ' " i at tim Order of Frmrs Minor for "Bahnhofsmission" in Germany l l recollection of the Sermon on the t,,_z,._ an L 'entlal America left ...... Although he reads, sees and l I .........  o'u, u , "- , nave a long and successful record i t . . t NEW YORK N Y A new t eaount wnicn is tne eieimai word. "el e Lads" for Rome where he will ............ I I hears more than ever oetore the ' " "--- I l y in tnezr work or nel in travenng " i ' h "r " " P g I ' - I CARE food paokage designed to i 3o n t e wmhes and mine-to,, tak u- his duties as Procurator I ....... " - , I net result can easdy be confusion I  ' ' ] , p omen, girls, and cnuaren and pre c lren carctl s n r those of the people which reach l ......... [ ...... .: .......... ] "  __ . "l ]unless he las [he assistance Of a l ombat cu" t s ". 'e i wa - 5,o.u from all. parts of France .on i t;;'?r'anciscan ce3:it;*'He ?s I;rvlngm:teJa;cu3; n:ml 'danm--I I rehable guide. ] d:v::t:::dd ctont;l.TyInc.REPe[: ] zms nrst nay m y?urrmefo tne i accompanied by the Rev Eustace I gers. I Each year during the monLh Of icoemerative for AmeriCan Remit-J supreme power m. tnerepu.nc.. I Smith, O.F.M., former vice rector I .ef,, ....... ; oh,t,hlt I February special em.phasis is giv-] +,::o + , ...... z,, I in response tne l--reszuentt - . .  ............. t- .............. . . , ,., - ---, ,,. , .... '. ....  of Christ the King Seminary, A1- land relief activities in a manner I ......... w n .... nn eneral I en to one such guide, the Catholic I ......... [ sresseu nzs desire to WOrK Iorl , ...... ,r - -- "- '--- "-- I u,,,p,,,= .,.  ...... , ,, I  .... 1 ne new package Will De avail- ..... - .... P. P who will serve as his se-retaries of the occupation Man-" ohan ............. ^" .... !analyzed and interpreted in the pe ] qsaom oz tneir fellers. " .  ......... *  "  . z .P - wno nas assueu tnu anuuat -* I..._ .... ....  ._. in which CARE operates on ap-t , Jamer ausE is tile IlrsE Fran i llgflL oi unrzsuan tnougflt ..... , ' -l ages children's homes and other, Month message February will " .-.'.,.. a.... . I ."."  .;.---- ]ciscan from the United States to t institutions formerly run by re-] i.^ , .... n "-O-tholic Press I Here he will find much of the P" ..........  ..... c ..... ] Ri:IIAM ATWIll IP. [be elected to the office, which J lious organizations were "tak- iont'lOin'nostdioc"ses through. [f alse Propag anda of the day ex- 21 ,Pounds of Food , i ILl=lill/flll| fl/lllLl was established early in the his- I en over" This development has u" the count--- "NC Pllot' =1 posed . i ; " I 0 t ry. t ' . . . The new CARE food ackage I I1 r'i nl'll ; tory of-the Franciscans. I not been eouallv nronounced ev- I Here he will find a beacon hght ........ ', i __ -  - ' - . . . designed In accoruanee wun ex- [ . rAYCfl UV,5 i ..... ]crywhere. In some parts of the]#.|. ,-1 11 it , I_to.gu:de h m th:nkmg.and..to en- pert advice on the most wide-! Russian zone, for instance au- aole mm to ulscuss menlgently t ..... ,.ltnnen00,, l_ l_._. l- - , I t.mnese 00.nua ueaos I ........ spread shortages abroad, contains 1 " HIINIINI'II/N II!!1 l-I [ ttu za ]tLbL t thorities h-ve expressed a wish/ _ _* -- . ' I tne issues oz ne  uay. .)  ..... . , . ., ,.,;  * IIUIllhirllLU/il ,,IIUUIL.I,.II,. . . - . . ..v p ...... , .... , ............. i ..... 1 1MI! 1PMI 1I ira:more Cathohc nun00 to aya,l-/. Entire Family 9t / . steadily growing recognition nutritional value of more th.:m 40,- --- ' an e zor nurs-ng hn nospitals In " | of the value of the Cathohc Press i ANTWERP Belgmm. Feb 19--1 maneuver flays UD/ - | - no0 calories Contents include 2 NC Although txo ears tote uch cases howev r the prmmpal to individuals and to the Church (-)- o y - x o . ,,., . .-: . . Eleven To Fmthl . lbs 12 oz of meat'2 lbs. sugar t  ........ ' ,v,-.,,,t, ,,,n cason seemed to de a-IaCK 0t hs brought its cir ulation to more "' " 1 h 'rtenm 7 lbs' ' J a c  u  o z pubncanon has oeen O:;bt.llalll IUtiOnVU : . . - . .,  c . 2 tbs. veetab e s o " ; ' a irameu personnel rather than a ST. COLUMBAN, Nebr.--How than 12,000,000 copras per issue of flour; lbs. of chocolate; 1 lb. BRIJlAN CATHOLIG PAPEA OBS[RffS HUNOREI]TH JUBILEE i FOR. EUROPE NEEDY celbrated here by Het Handels-i blad, Catholic daily. Circumstanc- es beyond the control of the pub- lishers -- namJy, the war--made t impractical to hold the cele- bration sooner. -.he paper began as a neutral publication at a time when anti: Catholic forces controlled the Bel- gian parliament. In i857 when -th anti-Catholics began riots with the slogan, "Dowm with the[ eonents," the paper became a Catholic daily and since that time has been a staunch defender of Ca.tholic rights During both World War I and IL publication of the paper was sspended, upon each time upon the cessation of ho,z.tilities, the staff gathered again and publication was resum- ec. "ZIIsibrt will open in St. ary iChurch here, on Sunday, Feb. 23 .t-'the 9 o'clock Mass. The mis- ision will be conducted by the Rev. lather Kargl, C. S. S. R., a wide- ly known Redemptorist Mission- .ay. Morning services will be at 7 iahd 8. Evening services will be- -gin at 7:30. The M:ssion will con- ciude with the closing exercises on Sunday evening, March 2, to be -folloed by a Mission at Darring- ton, beginning March 3. :St. -Anthony Altar Society Elects Officers: Members of the St, Anthony Altar -.Society have chosen the .llowing officers: Mrs. onnic cDonald, president; Mrs. A. L. Major vice-president; and Mrs. "Fancis Mulvey, secretary - treas- .urer. Mrs. Feely, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs Fish and Mrs. Banasky are new members. Hostesses for the evening meet- ing, held in" St. Anthony Schoc . were Mrs. J. Klepach and Mrs. F. Popavich. Dies at 106 ---rlCHITA, Kan. - "Fly-fly,.th -issors grinder," a familiar fig- -uxe here for half a century, died recognition of the natural right of ROME, Feb. 18.--(CIP)---Bishop religious and private organizations Marko Kalocjra oi zm Old Cath- to be active in these fields. olic Church of Croatia, a religious group with only a few thousand' followers, has recently been via- RE CROSS FUN[) ibly favored by prominent leaders of the Tito regime in ]elgrade and Zagreb. Well-informed Catho- ]sic circles in Yugoslavia have ex- pressed the belief that this is a maneuver aimed at establishing what the Tito regime claims will be a "Catholic Church liberated from Rome." Earlier efforts in this direction were made when the press and radio of the Tito regime made the unsuccessful attempt to play up a numb e r of "people's priests" against their bishops and when ' Communist laders declared in their speeches that they had noth- ing against the Catholic Church but only against its "foreign" links. They declared that the a little Chinese girl of eleven em- braced the Catholic Faith and persuaded her entire family to follow her example, is told by Fat.her Patrick Maguire, Colum- ban missionary who has just. re- turned from China. DRIVE UNDER WJ.Yj The little girl, whom Father Maguire nicknamed Peggy, came In the two weeks since the pay- roll and special gifts divisions of the 1947 fund campaign of the Se- attle-King County Chapter, Ameri- cvan Red Cross, began actual so- licitation, more th.n $50,000 has been raised toward the Chapter goal of $398,910.71. The women's residential and women's downtom divisions for the drive will begin work on March 1. MISSION TO OPEN Red Cross Home INST, MARY CHURCH ,+ they were willing to e MABYSVlLLE, FEB, 23 tan,breakcouldff relatiOnSoccupy withan impotantthe Vati- Nursing Classes MARYSVILL -- A wee k's place in the life of their country.' Bgin Next Week Eighth Anniversary . , A new series of Red Cross home Of Pope Pius XI IDeoth nursing classes is scheduled to be- gin Monday, February 24. Observed At Vatican i One class series will meet on i Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- (N.C.W.C. News Service) days, for two weeks, and the sec- VATICAN CITY, Feb. 18.--(Ra- and series will meet Tuesdays and dlo)--Commemoratmg he eighth Thursdays for three weeks. For anniversary of the death of Pope l both series women have a coice Pins XI, His Holiness Pope Piu of classes meeting at 10 a. m., 1 XII and 15 Cardinals headed a P. m. and 7:30 p. m. Classes meet istinguished congregation of the at the Red Cross Chapter House, Church and State dignitaries who 1551 Tenth Avenue North, and at as:sted at  Solemn Mas yester- Chapter Hcadquarters, 905 Second day in the Sistene Chapel. Avenue. ............. _ ...... Home nursing classes are of- Fourth Degree Hold [ fered free of charge to the public i as a.community service by the , Pre-Lenten Party[Red Cross. ---- t Further information may be had YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--The Joseph lbY calling the Red Cross Home Caraund Assembly, Fourth De- / Nursing Class, Prospect 1588. gree Knights of Columbus of the i Yakirna Valley, held their annual Low-Cost Housing Program dinner dance on Tuesday of last For Brazil Is Announced week. SAd PAULO, Brazil.--A vast ! Faithful Navigator George Car- program of low-priced housing con- bett welcomed the "guests and struction, known as the Fcunda- announced a special meeting for tion for People's Homes, was an- Y/arch 19 at the Hotel Commer- nouneed in a Press Conference by Icial. Charles P. Moriarty of Se- the 'Labor Minister Moavan de r lactic ili giv the address. L'guerado, of Brazil. i "/'he assemS!y's Faithful-Friar The Labor minister declared Father Joseph Pucci, O.M,I., poke himself a citizen profesing a de- i very briefly, thanking the mem-" mocratic and Christian vocation. l Lo him as a refugee from way stricken Hankow. She asked the missionax,, to teach her English. While he was" teaching her, he asked her if she knew anything about Catholics She didn't, so Father gave her a catechism. She studied it and very soon asked to be baptised. But Father Maguire advised her to wait and consult her parents. Her mother and ather were op- posed, but in her own way, she broke down all their arguments and finally had them all instruct- A conLinued emplsis on these apricots; 1 lb. prunes; 1 lb. cof- values from pulpit and press dur- fee;  lb. dried egg powder; 2 lbs. dried whole milk powder; and 6 oz. of soap. Delivered To -Individual ]Families Th package will sell at $10 de- livered to the designated person. ink February, Catholic Press Month, can swell the total by additional millions and increase the effectiveness of this strong arm of the Church Center of International Studies Opened at Paris Catholic University PARIS. (CIP)--A Center of Higher International Studies (Cen- tre d'Etudes Internationales Su- perieures) has just been opened at the Catholic University in Par-! is. The fact that Cardinal Suhard, I Archbishop of Paris accepted the! presidency of the Center is ax in-t dication of the great role which: it is expected to play. Four Prelates To Address FasnHy Life Convenion ed by the missionary. It was her In Chicago, March 10-12 great joy to select the new names CHICAGO:--Four members of --Mary Dolores for herself, Mary 1 the U. S. I-Iierarchy, including His Magdalen for her mother, Joseph Eminence Samuel C a r d i n a 1 for her father and Patrick, As-IStritch , Archbishop of Chicago, sumpta, Carmel and Stella for the will fill major roles at the 15th rest of the familyl l annual convention of the Na- "'Mary Dolores is a model Cath- tional Catholic Conference on olic," re!ated Father Magnire, Family Life to be held here from "and a daily Communicant. Maxch 10 to 12. NO, YOU ARE NOT SEEING DOUBLE -at the age of "at least 106." His l bers for their thoughtfulness in. -am was Frank P.-Grant and he remembering him so faithfully ALTAlg SOCIETY TO RECEIVE A young polio patient learns to walk again ha. the mirror-lined pos- -eame here In a covered-wagon 52 during his convalescence at St. YAKIMA.--The Ladies' Altar ture .room, aided by Sister Clotilda, in.St. Agnes Hospital for Crip- -years ago. He was born in Naples,  Llizabeth Hospital. , Society will receive Holy. Cam-, pledcorrectChildren,their mistakesWhite PlainS,.underN.instruction. Y" MirrorsLatestenable medicalPatientStechniques,'-t see and [aly. i The party was staged by James mun!on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 8 , ' including light and water therapy treatments,, massage and posture A-::Requiem Mass for Mr. Grant Moreland, social chairman, Mrs. O'clock in St. Joseph Church. A! work are used to aid thane with crippling diseaaes. The current fered in St. Anthony'sl Dave Champoux and Mrs. Arthur business meeting will be held la- [ National'Infantile Paralysis Campaign seeks to aid such work car here. Toupin. ter. olio ,sufferers. (NC.Photo) o The packages are being as- sembled now- in CARE warehouses in Europe European governments admit these non-profit packages ration-free, duty-free and tax- free. Orders can be placed for CARE packages to be delivered to indi- vidual families in Austria, Bel- gium, Czechoslovakia, France, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, the American, British and French-i occupied zones of Germany plus all of Berlin. National Legiofi 0f Decency List Class A, Section 1 (unobjectionable) Angel and The Badman (Re- public) Calendar Girl (Republic) Death Valley (Screen Guild Production) My Dog Shep (Screen Guild Production ) Raiders of The South (Mono- gram ) Riding The California Trail (Monogram) South of The Chisholm Trail (Columbia Old Man Weather can be mighty tough on telephone lines, espedally in the High Sierras and Cascades where snow often piles high enough to cover poles completely and ice builds up several inches thick on wires. But when a major break occurs, crews of telephone workers swing into action fast. Expert mountaineer workmen speed to the break on snowshoes and skis. As a special safeguard against sud- den storms, well-equipped shelter huts have been built along mountain lines. Enough men rush to the job to keep repair work going .. without stop.., in the meantime, calls are immediately erouted whenever possible. And sooner than you might imagine, the damaged lin are in use again. For here, as in" everything we're now doing to grow with the West, telephone people work with a splendid spirit of service and teamwork.., and always with you in mind. An ever-improving telephone service at tbe least cost consistent witb good wages and working conditions Jor our employees and a reasonable return to tbe tbou- sands o[ people who bare invested in the business. The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Co. ,:: 1200 Third Ave. EL. 9000 "Title Service WHEN YOU BUY YOUR HOME Here are the three steps: 1 Consult your l ealc or find the house you think you would like to buy. 2. Be sure you are satisfied with location and value. 3. Insist that your earnest meney receipt ! specifies "Policy of TITLE INSURANCE by WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPAN Y. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY Capital $1,30,000 Agent SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAn 134 L S. Booth, Chairman Charhon L. Hail, President "Demand the Best -- It Costs'No More" Thousands In Chicago St. Patrick's Day Petition Release of Archbishop Stepinoc I Sodal Planned For CHICAGO, Feb. 18.-- (NC)-- Thousands of petitions gathered by two Catholic organizations of this city requesting the immediate release of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, now imprison- ed in Tito-led Yugoslavia, have been forwarded from here to Pres- ident Harry S. Truman, the De- partment of State, and members of Congress. The petitions were i gathered by the" Catholic "War Vet- erans here and by the Catholic Daughters of America, whose State Regent announced that some 5,000 members are sending letters to the nation's capital Tird Order To Recive At St. Anne Church Members of the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Anne Parisl Trail Street {RKO) will receive Holy Communion in Vacation Days (Monogram} l.a body at the 7:30 Ias:} o] SilO- Valley of Fear {Monogram Idly, F'eb. 23. Vigilantcs of Boon=Lawn (Re- +t -- public) [+pcl'sh;.. Bishops' Meeting Sehedtded Class A, Seclion 2 ! CRACOW.--The executive cam- (Unobjectionable for Adults) i mission of the Polish Hierarchy, meeting under the chairmansh'p Before Him All Rome Trembled I (Ital)--{Superfilm) ] of His Eminence August Cardinal (20th Century Fox) Hlond, Primat of Poland, decided Boomerang i to call a general conference o[ It Happened on Fifth Ave. (Monogram) ] the ,Hierarchy in Gniezno o this Johnny O'Clock (Columbia) , summer. (;'lass B ( Objectionable ) Abenteuer in. Grand Hotel (Ger- manl (HeinrichHaas) Objection: Suggestive situations and dialogne. Private Affairs of Bel Ami (United Artists) Objection: Re- flects the acceptability of divorce; plot solution by duel. Notation: 12 Rue Madeleine (20th Century Fox) previously classified as A1 has been reviewed again and reclassified as B. Reason for B classification: Suicide is presented as justifiable. Longview Parish LONGVI-'%V -- A St. Patrick's Day social or members of St, Rose Parish is be:ng planned by the parish Altar Society. Assist- ing Mrs. Carl Fahlstrom, chair- man, will be Medames Henry Boivin, William Pittman, Floyd Larsen, Henry Olsen, Joseph Slobojan, Fred Martin and Ross Scott. Approximately 100 women at- tended the valentine tea on Sun- day, February 9, honoring neW members of the parsh. Mrs. R. H. Bain was general chairman and Mrs. A. F. Schneider, in charge of tea tables. Pouring were Mes- dames Frank Glea._on, Jack Don- ahue, George Nabbefeld and Gor- don Quarnstrom. Piano selections were rendered by Miss Adelaide Butler. Mrs. Quanstrom, chairman of the Altar Society, and Mrs. Ger- , trud Scallon and Mrs. Peter Saueressig we r e no,reed dele- gates to the D.C.C.W. Convention for the Southern and Western i Deaneries to be held in Tacoma on i April 15. Mrs. Oscar Boehland. , Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bo:vin were i named alternates. ! ! Mrs. C. -B. Korten was ap- I ninted publicity chairman for the society. UNIVERSITY Beauty Salon NOW OPEN! UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Call EVergreen 1990 For Your Beauty Care 1408 E. 43rd St., Suite 210 Hours .11 a. m. to 7 p. m. Ftidoy, Februory 21, 1947 " CATHOE.IC  NORTHWEST- PROGRESS " " , ,Page Sewn " : " U.S. NUNS OPEN SANTO DOMINGO "COLLEGE p M,,.,.,,, L S[AGIT COUNTY !, : .............................. : ...................... ...................................................... ......... ................ . ............. ,POFE RADIOS LEA -.I gdlgli llUlilq,/ ] : i;:. " ' TOU = Io C..L...-.. MEN ORGANIZING TO U. S. CHILDREN +- P i iiiiiiiiiiiiEiEiiii``.i+iiii7!5iiiii;iAiiitiiiiiiki!iii.?@i@i+#i :: ....... '"::--%::iiiiiiiiiili!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiii::iiiii  t ii " : ' i-.-:  i?ii:-:-:i::i:i:.-:--:E :::::::--" -:-:-:--:-:+:.:- --.:::.:-- ........ .:.::::i::i:i)!:i!!ii!.:.:::.i-31iiiiiii:: :!: i:iiii::::: .. CHARITIES DBIVE. +++ ,,+ +,0, FOR EUROPE S NEEDY " sir iBIllillillliii l ------ ! i ::::::--  ::::=: - ' -- " MOUNT VERNON Wn.--Eight-i . . _: ....... :. .... " .  . l een Catholic men of 'Skagit Coun-', ;:::=:: ' VA'I'ICA. uITx, .yen. l.-- Vo|ces Congratulations To, t are or anizin a subscr" tion " (NC) =His Holiness Pope Plus :t: ? French President On ! cyampaign f: assitsgt Catholic karl- I .......... ::::: .................. i XII. in,a brc:dcast ?o Amera - i tics met the cost of earing for  ....  ........ e ................. - ......  countr that "we cannot rest as ..... Election SKagt County children. . Y ..... i  i Catholic Charities does not share i long as ne pangs oz nunger ma,e "  By M. MASSIANI. i in _ny general fund campaigns in the unfol,tunate children of. Eu- " "(Paris Correspondent, NCWC :Skagit County and must support _ rope and ne ar w.as cry out zor  News Service} " !its w o r k in- the -county either h_qp." - -:PARIS, Feb. 17 -- Archbishop : through payments made toward[ Addressing 2,000,000 students Ahgelo Roncalii, Papa; ;uncio to i!he care of individual children by in American Catholic parochial Yrance, as dean of the diplomatic iparents or friends or by donations[ schools the Pontiff inaugurated eorps, acted as spokesman for the fin the subscription c a m p a i g n.[ the "save starving children" drive .diplomats n expressing to Presi- i v:hich is to be launched within Thh main buidling of the Colegio Santo Domingo, Ciudad Trujillo, R. D., which has been built for the which is a part of the bishop's -tries and showed "a spontaneous lipid magnificent expression of ad- n:;irai:ion for your loyal and gener- -ous devotion for the welfare of the _ountry, during the days of pros- -terity as well as during the diffi- i Area Cha'rmen Chosen J George Dbmes is general chair- i man for the subscription caTn- i paign. He was elected at a com- !mittee meeting held at the home i ef William Hofstee in Mount Ver- } non. Mr. Hofstee was elected chair- Sisters of St. Dominic, of Adrian, Mich., their first educational institution outside of the United States. relief campaign for victims at Forma!ly dedicated on February 12, its construction was supervised by the key. A.ndrew_P. Mc. ate war. By self-denial throughout the I of Detroit. (NC Photos} Lenten season,, the student have pledged themselves to contribute MONOPOLY HITS !Cath?iic Press, Beaion $5G0,000"to the $5,000,000 overallgoal. WELFARE AGENCIES The Holy Father contrasted the lot of the U S. youngsters-- In T00de of Confumon, "happy inyourbeautifulschoots" IN SOVIET ZONE --with that of many children in other parts of the world whom I he described as without parents, -Cult days of affliction, but most --o_f_all_for your spirit of deep un- derstanding of men and of social p r)b_ms, and for untiring efforts to bring about unity" Lauds Appeal For Brotherly Understanding .he) Nuncio praised the appeal de-by the Pres!dent in his first message to the people 6f France ot.brotherly understanding. He BERLIN" ((IP) -- Tendencies i Say C P without necessary ' man of the Mount Vernon Area; aiming at mnplizing Charitable t " A P riA$n| I te', fd r medicin:l ing' shel- l Earl B. Rodgers, chairman of the and relief activities by Communist- I S I " :ney, to3, should l: Anacortes area; "Oscar R Le- controlled agencies have found] [ compte, chaiiman for the Sedro their latest expression in a state-] --   i phaUP fized.aealt:Y"andour penniStr s g Call B tlumphrey E Desmond i Woolley area and Louis .Mikota, merit just issued by the Govern-] ] -' -  iil] buy oread and n:, t i cha'rman of the Burlington Area. ment of Saxony, in the Soviet oc- I.00ues Press j P.resident, Tl,e Catholic Press Ass- i will helt, sve the f, [ ]e committee will complete cupation z o n e of Grmany, an-] [ ociation of ,the Unlined States i less fortunate child " I ass at a meeting early n nouncing that the "Volks-Solidari-] At no time in history has the i ,h ,;,, ,, ,ho  .', i ek" taet" (People's Solidarity) has] average man been bombarded' liei'Full-is's:he'dul d "taken over" the work of the[ with so .uch fact and fiction .... '. "".'-.- i , !--i-'-A-- [L['[I""I "Bahnhofsmission"Evangelical and {Travellers',the C/ttholic i - 'I Ulovese in. rue ra.. interpretation and misinterpreta- I S It ion of events and trends in th2 i - ...... I LEAVES FOR ROME !CARE A00-NOUNCES [The committee will complete its I plans at a meeting early next iweek. "They, too, should be growing up healthy and strong," he em- phasized. "Your pennies and dimes will buy bread and medicine which will help save the lif9 of some The drive for the Bishops' Re- lief Fund is scheduled for tMs expressed the hope that this con-i][ cord would extend throughout the ! h " i a Aid) in all cities where t e Peo-i I l- but him V. orld  , war u a o " : I ale's Solidarity has centers. This[ " , .... In the Bible, that contains the I m e a n s anparentlv that t h e ] Governments at home and i i-agna Charta of civilization which  =_ Catholic aztd'Protestant Traveners' l abroad, spokesmen for business ! made us great, it says: 'Blessed Tfl TAVr UIP.LI DT[Aid will be allowed to continue and spokesmen for labor, leagues |lJ"|i rfidrl .lltrll/a4if J are the meek for they shall inher-] IU /I%L HIgH |UO|Jtheir work only in a small num-: I for mis and leagues for that, news lrw rlJWI t*/lldlMtl I it-the earth" blessed are the peace l ----- ber "of cities until the Peole'sl commentators and backstairs' gos- "" ..... ........... I makers fol they shall be called th I  , organized I s*ps ome at hm through th ' e i NEVv YORK, Feh. 20. fNC)-- [olidarity is sufficiently , " [ . e [ rgltl rlllflt Mrffll I children of GOd' President .... I '" ,' tPrin00d word in public fo,00ms .... The Very Re;' Mathms laust to take o, er eve he, e. ' , run cunr plEru,! interpreting the sentiments of my O.F.M., forner Delegate General 1 The Catholic and Protestant[ I over the air waves and via the r _ colleagues I am inspired by tie - - - movies ..... ' " i at tim Order of Frmrs Minor for "Bahnhofsmission" in Germany l l recollection of the Sermon on the t,,_z,._ an L 'entlal America left ...... Although he reads, sees and l I .........  o'u, u , "- , nave a long and successful record i t . . t NEW YORK N Y A new t eaount wnicn is tne eieimai word. "el e Lads" for Rome where he will ............ I I hears more than ever oetore the ' " "--- I l y in tnezr work or nel in travenng " i ' h "r " " P g I ' - I CARE food paokage designed to i 3o n t e wmhes and mine-to,, tak u- his duties as Procurator I ....... " - , I net result can easdy be confusion I  ' ' ] , p omen, girls, and cnuaren and pre c lren carctl s n r those of the people which reach l ......... [ ...... .: .......... ] "  __ . "l ]unless he las [he assistance Of a l ombat cu" t s ". 'e i wa - 5,o.u from all. parts of France .on i t;;'?r'anciscan ce3:it;*'He ?s I;rvlngm:teJa;cu3; n:ml 'danm--I I rehable guide. ] d:v::t:::dd ctont;l.TyInc.REPe[: ] zms nrst nay m y?urrmefo tne i accompanied by the Rev Eustace I gers. I Each year during the monLh Of icoemerative for AmeriCan Remit-J supreme power m. tnerepu.nc.. I Smith, O.F.M., former vice rector I .ef,, ....... ; oh,t,hlt I February special em.phasis is giv-] +,::o + , ...... z,, I in response tne l--reszuentt - . .  ............. t- .............. . . , ,., - ---, ,,. , .... '. ....  of Christ the King Seminary, A1- land relief activities in a manner I ......... w n .... nn eneral I en to one such guide, the Catholic I ......... [ sresseu nzs desire to WOrK Iorl , ...... ,r - -- "- '--- "-- I u,,,p,,,= .,.  ...... , ,, I  .... 1 ne new package Will De avail- ..... - .... P. P who will serve as his se-retaries of the occupation Man-" ohan ............. ^" .... !analyzed and interpreted in the pe ] qsaom oz tneir fellers. " .  ......... *  "  . z .P - wno nas assueu tnu anuuat -* I..._ .... ....  ._. in which CARE operates on ap-t , Jamer ausE is tile IlrsE Fran i llgflL oi unrzsuan tnougflt ..... , ' -l ages children's homes and other, Month message February will " .-.'.,.. a.... . I ."."  .;.---- ]ciscan from the United States to t institutions formerly run by re-] i.^ , .... n "-O-tholic Press I Here he will find much of the P" ..........  ..... c ..... ] Ri:IIAM ATWIll IP. [be elected to the office, which J lious organizations were "tak- iont'lOin'nostdioc"ses through. [f alse Propag anda of the day ex- 21 ,Pounds of Food , i ILl=lill/flll| fl/lllLl was established early in the his- I en over" This development has u" the count--- "NC Pllot' =1 posed . i ; " I 0 t ry. t ' . . . The new CARE food ackage I I1 r'i nl'll ; tory of-the Franciscans. I not been eouallv nronounced ev- I Here he will find a beacon hght ........ ', i __ -  - ' - . . . designed In accoruanee wun ex- [ . rAYCfl UV,5 i ..... ]crywhere. In some parts of the]#.|. ,-1 11 it , I_to.gu:de h m th:nkmg.and..to en- pert advice on the most wide-! Russian zone, for instance au- aole mm to ulscuss menlgently t ..... ,.ltnnen00,, l_ l_._. l- - , I t.mnese 00.nua ueaos I ........ spread shortages abroad, contains 1 " HIINIINI'II/N II!!1 l-I [ ttu za ]tLbL t thorities h-ve expressed a wish/ _ _* -- . ' I tne issues oz ne  uay. .)  ..... . , . ., ,.,;  * IIUIllhirllLU/il ,,IIUUIL.I,.II,. . . - . . ..v p ...... , .... , ............. i ..... 1 1MI! 1PMI 1I ira:more Cathohc nun00 to aya,l-/. Entire Family 9t / . steadily growing recognition nutritional value of more th.:m 40,- --- ' an e zor nurs-ng hn nospitals In " | of the value of the Cathohc Press i ANTWERP Belgmm. Feb 19--1 maneuver flays UD/ - | - no0 calories Contents include 2 NC Although txo ears tote uch cases howev r the prmmpal to individuals and to the Church (-)- o y - x o . ,,., . .-: . . Eleven To Fmthl . lbs 12 oz of meat'2 lbs. sugar t  ........ ' ,v,-.,,,t, ,,,n cason seemed to de a-IaCK 0t hs brought its cir ulation to more "' " 1 h 'rtenm 7 lbs' ' J a c  u  o z pubncanon has oeen O:;bt.llalll IUtiOnVU : . . - . .,  c . 2 tbs. veetab e s o " ; ' a irameu personnel rather than a ST. COLUMBAN, Nebr.--How than 12,000,000 copras per issue of flour; lbs. of chocolate; 1 lb. BRIJlAN CATHOLIG PAPEA OBS[RffS HUNOREI]TH JUBILEE i FOR. EUROPE NEEDY celbrated here by Het Handels-i blad, Catholic daily. Circumstanc- es beyond the control of the pub- lishers -- namJy, the war--made t impractical to hold the cele- bration sooner. -.he paper began as a neutral publication at a time when anti: Catholic forces controlled the Bel- gian parliament. In i857 when -th anti-Catholics began riots with the slogan, "Dowm with the[ eonents," the paper became a Catholic daily and since that time has been a staunch defender of Ca.tholic rights During both World War I and IL publication of the paper was sspended, upon each time upon the cessation of ho,z.tilities, the staff gathered again and publication was resum- ec. "ZIIsibrt will open in St. ary iChurch here, on Sunday, Feb. 23 .t-'the 9 o'clock Mass. The mis- ision will be conducted by the Rev. lather Kargl, C. S. S. R., a wide- ly known Redemptorist Mission- .ay. Morning services will be at 7 iahd 8. Evening services will be- -gin at 7:30. The M:ssion will con- ciude with the closing exercises on Sunday evening, March 2, to be -folloed by a Mission at Darring- ton, beginning March 3. :St. -Anthony Altar Society Elects Officers: Members of the St, Anthony Altar -.Society have chosen the .llowing officers: Mrs. onnic cDonald, president; Mrs. A. L. Major vice-president; and Mrs. "Fancis Mulvey, secretary - treas- .urer. Mrs. Feely, Mrs. Donaldson, Mrs Fish and Mrs. Banasky are new members. Hostesses for the evening meet- ing, held in" St. Anthony Schoc . were Mrs. J. Klepach and Mrs. F. Popavich. Dies at 106 ---rlCHITA, Kan. - "Fly-fly,.th -issors grinder," a familiar fig- -uxe here for half a century, died recognition of the natural right of ROME, Feb. 18.--(CIP)---Bishop religious and private organizations Marko Kalocjra oi zm Old Cath- to be active in these fields. olic Church of Croatia, a religious group with only a few thousand' followers, has recently been via- RE CROSS FUN[) ibly favored by prominent leaders of the Tito regime in ]elgrade and Zagreb. Well-informed Catho- ]sic circles in Yugoslavia have ex- pressed the belief that this is a maneuver aimed at establishing what the Tito regime claims will be a "Catholic Church liberated from Rome." Earlier efforts in this direction were made when the press and radio of the Tito regime made the unsuccessful attempt to play up a numb e r of "people's priests" against their bishops and when ' Communist laders declared in their speeches that they had noth- ing against the Catholic Church but only against its "foreign" links. They declared that the a little Chinese girl of eleven em- braced the Catholic Faith and persuaded her entire family to follow her example, is told by Fat.her Patrick Maguire, Colum- ban missionary who has just. re- turned from China. DRIVE UNDER WJ.Yj The little girl, whom Father Maguire nicknamed Peggy, came In the two weeks since the pay- roll and special gifts divisions of the 1947 fund campaign of the Se- attle-King County Chapter, Ameri- cvan Red Cross, began actual so- licitation, more th.n $50,000 has been raised toward the Chapter goal of $398,910.71. The women's residential and women's downtom divisions for the drive will begin work on March 1. MISSION TO OPEN Red Cross Home INST, MARY CHURCH ,+ they were willing to e MABYSVlLLE, FEB, 23 tan,breakcouldff relatiOnSoccupy withan impotantthe Vati- Nursing Classes MARYSVILL -- A wee k's place in the life of their country.' Bgin Next Week Eighth Anniversary . , A new series of Red Cross home Of Pope Pius XI IDeoth nursing classes is scheduled to be- gin Monday, February 24. Observed At Vatican i One class series will meet on i Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri- (N.C.W.C. News Service) days, for two weeks, and the sec- VATICAN CITY, Feb. 18.--(Ra- and series will meet Tuesdays and dlo)--Commemoratmg he eighth Thursdays for three weeks. For anniversary of the death of Pope l both series women have a coice Pins XI, His Holiness Pope Piu of classes meeting at 10 a. m., 1 XII and 15 Cardinals headed a P. m. and 7:30 p. m. Classes meet istinguished congregation of the at the Red Cross Chapter House, Church and State dignitaries who 1551 Tenth Avenue North, and at as:sted at  Solemn Mas yester- Chapter Hcadquarters, 905 Second day in the Sistene Chapel. Avenue. ............. _ ...... Home nursing classes are of- Fourth Degree Hold [ fered free of charge to the public i as a.community service by the , Pre-Lenten Party[Red Cross. ---- t Further information may be had YAKIMA, Feb. 18.--The Joseph lbY calling the Red Cross Home Caraund Assembly, Fourth De- / Nursing Class, Prospect 1588. gree Knights of Columbus of the i Yakirna Valley, held their annual Low-Cost Housing Program dinner dance on Tuesday of last For Brazil Is Announced week. SAd PAULO, Brazil.--A vast ! Faithful Navigator George Car- program of low-priced housing con- bett welcomed the "guests and struction, known as the Fcunda- announced a special meeting for tion for People's Homes, was an- Y/arch 19 at the Hotel Commer- nouneed in a Press Conference by Icial. Charles P. Moriarty of Se- the 'Labor Minister Moavan de r lactic ili giv the address. L'guerado, of Brazil. i "/'he assemS!y's Faithful-Friar The Labor minister declared Father Joseph Pucci, O.M,I., poke himself a citizen profesing a de- i very briefly, thanking the mem-" mocratic and Christian vocation. l Lo him as a refugee from way stricken Hankow. She asked the missionax,, to teach her English. While he was" teaching her, he asked her if she knew anything about Catholics She didn't, so Father gave her a catechism. She studied it and very soon asked to be baptised. But Father Maguire advised her to wait and consult her parents. Her mother and ather were op- posed, but in her own way, she broke down all their arguments and finally had them all instruct- A conLinued emplsis on these apricots; 1 lb. prunes; 1 lb. cof- values from pulpit and press dur- fee;  lb. dried egg powder; 2 lbs. dried whole milk powder; and 6 oz. of soap. Delivered To -Individual ]Families Th package will sell at $10 de- livered to the designated person. ink February, Catholic Press Month, can swell the total by additional millions and increase the effectiveness of this strong arm of the Church Center of International Studies Opened at Paris Catholic University PARIS. (CIP)--A Center of Higher International Studies (Cen- tre d'Etudes Internationales Su- perieures) has just been opened at the Catholic University in Par-! is. The fact that Cardinal Suhard, I Archbishop of Paris accepted the! presidency of the Center is ax in-t dication of the great role which: it is expected to play. Four Prelates To Address FasnHy Life Convenion ed by the missionary. It was her In Chicago, March 10-12 great joy to select the new names CHICAGO:--Four members of --Mary Dolores for herself, Mary 1 the U. S. I-Iierarchy, including His Magdalen for her mother, Joseph Eminence Samuel C a r d i n a 1 for her father and Patrick, As-IStritch , Archbishop of Chicago, sumpta, Carmel and Stella for the will fill major roles at the 15th rest of the familyl l annual convention of the Na- "'Mary Dolores is a model Cath- tional Catholic Conference on olic," re!ated Father Magnire, Family Life to be held here from "and a daily Communicant. Maxch 10 to 12. NO, YOU ARE NOT SEEING DOUBLE -at the age of "at least 106." His l bers for their thoughtfulness in. -am was Frank P.-Grant and he remembering him so faithfully ALTAlg SOCIETY TO RECEIVE A young polio patient learns to walk again ha. the mirror-lined pos- -eame here In a covered-wagon 52 during his convalescence at St. YAKIMA.--The Ladies' Altar ture .room, aided by Sister Clotilda, in.St. Agnes Hospital for Crip- -years ago. He was born in Naples,  Llizabeth Hospital. , Society will receive Holy. Cam-, pledcorrectChildren,their mistakesWhite PlainS,.underN.instruction. Y" MirrorsLatestenable medicalPatientStechniques,'-t see and [aly. i The party was staged by James mun!on Sunday, Feb. 23, at 8 , ' including light and water therapy treatments,, massage and posture A-::Requiem Mass for Mr. Grant Moreland, social chairman, Mrs. O'clock in St. Joseph Church. A! work are used to aid thane with crippling diseaaes. The current fered in St. Anthony'sl Dave Champoux and Mrs. Arthur business meeting will be held la- [ National'Infantile Paralysis Campaign seeks to aid such work car here. Toupin. ter. olio ,sufferers. (NC.Photo) o The packages are being as- sembled now- in CARE warehouses in Europe European governments admit these non-profit packages ration-free, duty-free and tax- free. Orders can be placed for CARE packages to be delivered to indi- vidual families in Austria, Bel- gium, Czechoslovakia, France, Finland, Greece, Hungary, Italy, Norway, the Netherlands, Poland, the American, British and French-i occupied zones of Germany plus all of Berlin. National Legiofi 0f Decency List Class A, Section 1 (unobjectionable) Angel and The Badman (Re- public) Calendar Girl (Republic) Death Valley (Screen Guild Production) My Dog Shep (Screen Guild Production ) Raiders of The South (Mono- gram ) Riding The California Trail (Monogram) South of The Chisholm Trail (Columbia Old Man Weather can be mighty tough on telephone lines, espedally in the High Sierras and Cascades where snow often piles high enough to cover poles completely and ice builds up several inches thick on wires. But when a major break occurs, crews of telephone workers swing into action fast. Expert mountaineer workmen speed to the break on snowshoes and skis. As a special safeguard against sud- den storms, well-equipped shelter huts have been built along mountain lines. Enough men rush to the job to keep repair work going .. without stop.., in the meantime, calls are immediately erouted whenever possible. And sooner than you might imagine, the damaged lin are in use again. 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Hail, President "Demand the Best -- It Costs'No More" Thousands In Chicago St. Patrick's Day Petition Release of Archbishop Stepinoc I Sodal Planned For CHICAGO, Feb. 18.-- (NC)-- Thousands of petitions gathered by two Catholic organizations of this city requesting the immediate release of Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb, now imprison- ed in Tito-led Yugoslavia, have been forwarded from here to Pres- ident Harry S. Truman, the De- partment of State, and members of Congress. The petitions were i gathered by the" Catholic "War Vet- erans here and by the Catholic Daughters of America, whose State Regent announced that some 5,000 members are sending letters to the nation's capital Tird Order To Recive At St. Anne Church Members of the Third Order of St. Francis of St. Anne Parisl Trail Street {RKO) will receive Holy Communion in Vacation Days (Monogram} l.a body at the 7:30 Ias:} o] SilO- Valley of Fear {Monogram Idly, F'eb. 23. Vigilantcs of Boon=Lawn (Re- +t -- public) [+pcl'sh;.. Bishops' Meeting Sehedtded Class A, Seclion 2 ! CRACOW.--The executive cam- (Unobjectionable for Adults) i mission of the Polish Hierarchy, meeting under the chairmansh'p Before Him All Rome Trembled I (Ital)--{Superfilm) ] of His Eminence August Cardinal (20th Century Fox) Hlond, Primat of Poland, decided Boomerang i to call a general conference o[ It Happened on Fifth Ave. (Monogram) ] the ,Hierarchy in Gniezno o this Johnny O'Clock (Columbia) , summer. (;'lass B ( Objectionable ) Abenteuer in. Grand Hotel (Ger- manl (HeinrichHaas) Objection: Suggestive situations and dialogne. Private Affairs of Bel Ami (United Artists) Objection: Re- flects the acceptability of divorce; plot solution by duel. Notation: 12 Rue Madeleine (20th Century Fox) previously classified as A1 has been reviewed again and reclassified as B. Reason for B classification: Suicide is presented as justifiable. Longview Parish LONGVI-'%V -- A St. Patrick's Day social or members of St, Rose Parish is be:ng planned by the parish Altar Society. Assist- ing Mrs. Carl Fahlstrom, chair- man, will be Medames Henry Boivin, William Pittman, Floyd Larsen, Henry Olsen, Joseph Slobojan, Fred Martin and Ross Scott. Approximately 100 women at- tended the valentine tea on Sun- day, February 9, honoring neW members of the parsh. Mrs. R. H. Bain was general chairman and Mrs. A. F. Schneider, in charge of tea tables. Pouring were Mes- dames Frank Glea._on, Jack Don- ahue, George Nabbefeld and Gor- don Quarnstrom. Piano selections were rendered by Miss Adelaide Butler. Mrs. Quanstrom, chairman of the Altar Society, and Mrs. Ger- , trud Scallon and Mrs. Peter Saueressig we r e no,reed dele- gates to the D.C.C.W. Convention for the Southern and Western i Deaneries to be held in Tacoma on i April 15. Mrs. Oscar Boehland. , Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Bo:vin were i named alternates. ! ! Mrs. C. -B. 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