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IO---THE PROGRESS Fdday, March ,9, 1962 SOCleTY POR THi I Ray. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director I t 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4Telephone MAin 2-8880 WITH PROFOUND THANKS N submitting to all of you the annual report of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, there is only one emotion that comes into focus. That is a sense of humble and profound gratitude. Each year the total has steadily climbed indicating that the Mis- sion Spirit is growing. More and more there is developing what Bishop Sheen and mission leaders are ceiling for from American Catholics "A Profound Sense of Mission." This of course merely re..hoes the challenge of recent Popes. NO Catholic can be an isolationist in the business of the Church for the missionary spirit is our life's core, With this in mind we must concentrate on even greater sacrifice for the future. With a well done for the past let us ready ourselves for an even greater effort" against the powers of darkness and ignorance of Christ and His Church. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS The Society [or the Propagation of the Faith Perpetual Memberships .......... ............. $ 2,238.00 Special Memberships ....... .. ;.. : .............. 30.60 Ordinary Monaberships .......................... 236.78 Junior Memberships .... " 3,114.82 Total ........................... $ 5,619.60 Miscellaneous and Exchange ............................ $ 70.00 Missionary Union of the Clergy ........ . 158.50 Surplus ............................. ....... .......... 181.65 Designated Gifts ........................................ 4,169.55 Mass Stipends .......................................... 1,595.40 Holy Childhood ......................................... 26,730.60 Mission Sunday ......................................... 160.229.42 General Fund .................................. ....... , 10,259.02 Opus Sancti PatTi ........................................ Z555.00 Missionary Cooperation .................................. 19,429.41 Wills ............. ' ...................................... 1,62g.69 Leper Fund .......................................... ".. 2,060.79 $179,687.63 Ba!, !anuary 1, 1961 5.00 Total .......................... $179,692.63 STATEMENT OF DISBURSEMENTS January 1 to December 31, 1961 TI Society for the Propagation of the Faith Perpetual Memberships (100) ....... $ 2,238.00 Special Memberships (100%} .......... 30.00 Oi.dinary Memberships (60%) ......... 142.10 Junior Memberships (60%) ............ 1,866.90 Mi.ion Sunday Coll. (61%) ........... 47,171.97 General Fund (100%) .............. .... 10,259.02 Totai ............ $ 6L709.99 $ 61,709.99 ..... - j The Amerioan Board of Citholic Missions Ordinm'y Memberships (40%) .......... $ . 94.68 J, unior Memberships (40%) ............ 1,245.92 Mission Sunday Coll. (40) ........... 36,997.65 Total ............ $ 36,36.25 $ 36,338.25 Holy Otildhond Association, Naional Office ........... ............ $ 24,993.16 $ 24,993.16 Wills .................................... $ 1,628.69 Sm.ph ................................ 186.65 Designated Gifts ... ................... 4,169.55 Mass Stipends ........................ 1,595.40 Missionary Union of the Clergy ......... 158.50 Opt Simeti PatTi ...................... 7,555.00 Mismma'y Cooperation Plan .......... 19,429.41 Leper Fund ........................... 2,060.79 Total ............ $ 36,782.99 $ 36,782.99 I Catholic Near East Welfare Associatio, Mission Sunday Collection (/6) ....... $ 8,324.47 $ 6,324.47 Office Salaries. Supplies, Expenses...$ 9,542.77 $ 9,542.77 Total ............ 5179,692.63 Receipts ........................ 5179,687.63 Balance January I, 1961 ..... ;... 5.00 -00ests W0000Not Mean War ! Open Monday Eveninqs Til, 9 companied by new threats curtly required in the light the Pacific Ocean." P 'S DAY Gifts " connection with that confer- and new tactics of terror, of Soviet gains." He was careful to assure the - BOOKS . . . ence. If the West stands steadfast, these tests--conducted mostly He asserted that the National world that the tests would pro- --@ The Steadfast Man by Paul Galileo, 3.9S this may well be the turn in in the atmosphere--represent- Security Council had carefully the road toward victory. Furthermore, in a six-hour harangue opening the Commu- nist Party's Central Commit- tee meeting Monday, he warned that the Soviet Union's agricul- ture was "in serious danger." He told the party officials that this situation was attribu- table to p o o r management and the unproductive grass ro- tation system. Of course, he didn't blame the inefficient bureaucratic gov- ernment of the Communist sys- tem. One should not gloat over the sorry plight of the en- slaved peoples of the Soviet Union. Rather, we should recognize the fact that bu- reaucrats everywhere and in all periods of history h a v e wrought havoc for their gov- ernments and populations. It should also serve as a warning to us that this applies to bureaucrats, whether ]n Moscow or in Washington. Strong Talk President Kennedy Friday told the nation, and the world, that he had reluctantly ordered resumption of nuclear testing in the atmosphere. He recounted past events and recalled the U.S. volun- tary moratorium on testing for 41 months, while the So- viets were deceitfully making preparations for atmospheric testing while pretending to reach an agreement on ban- ing it. Our government should have reached this conclusion long before the Soviets violated every code of honor by sudden- ly calling off negotiations and resorting to their prolonged series of nuclear blasts. It should also have harkened to the suspmions repeatedly voiced by experts that the So- viets were all along making ed a major Soviet effort to reviewed the Soviet tests and put nuclear weapons back into the arms race." He impugned the sincerity of the Soviets in their negotiations to reach any kind of a ban agreement. Justification The record of Soviet perfidy speaks for itself and no rea- sonable person should have difficulty in being convinced of the President's justifiable and defensible position. "Once it was apparent that new appeals and proposals were to no avail, I authorized on September 5 a resumption of United States nuclear tests underground," he said, "and I announced on November 2 --before the close of the So- viet series--that preparations were being ordered for a re- s u m p t i on of atmospheric tests, and that we would that every alternative action was examined. "Having carefully consider- ed these findings," he ex- plained, "having received the unanimous recommendations of the pertinent department and agency heads, and hav- ing observed the Soviet Union's refusal to accept any agreement which would in- hibit its freedom to test ex- tensively after preparing se- eretly--I have today author- ized the Atomic Energy Com- mission and the Department of Defense to conduct a se- ries of nuclear tests-begin- ning when our preparations are completed, in the latter part of April and to be con- eluded as quickly as possible (within two or three months) --such series involving only those tests which cannot be held underground, to take Common Market Hit Due To Catholic Ties GLASGOW, Scotland, March 5 (NC)The Free Church of Scotland, a small Calvinist body, expressed "considerable apprehension" that Great Britain's ties with Catholicism would be strengthened if the country joined the European Common Market. The sect's Monthly Record said in an editorial March 20: "The countries in the Common Market are almost all Roman Cathalie and any lessening of the political sovereignty of Great Britain would tend to advance the pretensions of the Pope to temporal as well as ecclesiastical supremacy." In London, meanwhile, all members of the British Parliament received a leaflet warning them against "the Common Market and the Jesuit Menace." Distributed by a group calling itself the "Protestant League," the leaflet warned that the Pope controls the governments of Western Europe and that the Jesuits control the Pope. It asserted further than the Papacy had an alliance with Soviet Russia. duce no harmful fallout and i S. Pafrlck's Summer by Marigold Hunt, 2.75 that this would be held to a i Picture Book of Ireland, 3.25 minimum, i STATUES... Objections Made [] Beautiful full color St. Patrick statues, No sooner had this announce- [] 8-inch, 12-inch, 16-inch, 3.50 fo 7.50 ment been made than Khrush- i chev screamed, "Blackmail" ROSARIES... and his agents in this country  Lovely Emerald crystal beads, 1.65 fo 9.95 and elsewhere began their agi- tations against nuclear testing in the name of humanity and so-called "peace." It is curious that the Kremlin dictator should suggest black- mail, when he himself has demonstrated that he is a past master at this sort of tactic. Now is the time to clarify the issue and make it clear to those good people who are parading and sitting down in American city streets in protest, unwittingly serving the interests of Communist agitators, that the President's action is for their protection, not to their detriment. It is a warning to those who are listening to such ill-advised speeches as those given not only by pro-Communists and fellow travelers, but by such outspoken opponents of all nu- clear weapons testing as Dr. Linus Pauling and Lord Bert- rand Russell. Incidentally, it is interesting that in a telegram to President Kennedy, Pauling had the temerity to refer to our gov- ernment's action as "monstrous immortality." "Are you to give the or- ders that will cause you to go down in history as one of the most immoral men of all times and one of the greatest enemies of the human race?" his message asked. This is strong language. Sur- prising, isn't it, he used no such terms when Khrushchev ordered megaton testing last fall? Irish Horn Rosaries, 75c fo 1.80 [] | MEDALS... Sferting Silver St. Pafrick Medals, . I.ISfo 1.60 Don't forget fo select your St. Parick's Day cards when you are in shopping. We have a nice assortment on display. The Kaufer Co. 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"Preparations far these tests had been secretly under 'Befuddled Family' Is Program Topic The three regular panelists of the "Challenge" program on KOMO-TV, Channel 4, will dis- cuss "The Befuddled Family" Sunday, March 11, at 6 p.m. Ray. William Treacy, Dr. Martin Geslin and Rabbi Ra- phel Levine will look at the present state of decay of the old family patriarchal system. *,E SEA HORSE Ocean Fresh Seafoods Prime Rib Choice Broiled Steaks the ultimate . in atmosphere :  ::and f!nedining Entertaihmeni Nightly Union Neor Fourth MA 3-7340 "CAPTAIN'S TABLE SMORGASBORD" Dine today at BUDNICK'S 1245 4th Ave. South MA. 3=3140 Budnick's is gay and pleasanf every day! You enjoy the savory cuis;ne of Chef Kes- sler m the clean decor fhaf master fully combines con. temporary and French Im- pressionist  and of course, the hearty cordiality of Dick 2717 61st S.W. CHICKEN PRIME RIB STEAKS As the foundation of this in- EVERY WEDNESDAY. 6 to 10 P.M. Budnick and his capable Total ........................... 179,692.63 stitution breaks up under the i I crew of dining room spe- SEA FOOD Disbursements .................. 179,6.63 pressure of freedom of the in- COCKTAILS I greakfmt ORGAN AND cialisfs. Ban appefiH "Special Children's Dinner" Balance January 1, 1962; ........ 00.00 dividuai what will be put in I Wed. thrus Sat., 5 to 9 LIVE MUSIC I L..,o... PIANO COCKTAILS Also to be credited to the L Archdiocesan receipts is its place? The panelists will at- I in he SUNDAY I to 8 NIGHTLYFamily I Dinners,hn""e p.m. CHEZ PAREE ROOM TABLE LOUNGE tempt to analyze the impor- $18,478.44 sent directly to the National Office tn New tance of parent 1 o v e, demo- Ample Parking York. This makes a grand total of $198,171.07. cratic family decisions and the Sunday 12 to 9 -.jj' O/,dRJg/k" IP. Le#&'Ollll.! Of child'Shome, spiritual growth in the FA. 6-488, . 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