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Musical About Irish Family Scheduled MEMBERS of the St. Luke Players of St. Luke's Parish prepare for their original musi- production "Nor Hunger, Nor Thirst" to be pesented tomorrow and Sunday nights, h 16 and 17 at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium, 175th and Dayton. The play, writ- ten by parishioner Dr. Patrick Bennett, (back row, far left) and scored by Mamma Car- son concerns an Irish family who were victims of the potato crop failures of the 1840's. Others in the play besides Dr. Bennett include (back row, from left) Gone Bendotti, Tom O'Conneil and Dan Nolan. (Front row, from the left) Teresa Bennett, Sharon Black, Frances Black and Karen Black. Tickets are $1.50 for adults and $1 for high school students. St. Mary Magdalen Science Winners ADMIRING the science displays of the seventh graders at St. Mary Magdalen School, Everett, is Mrs. Anna Johnstone (second from left). The winners of the school's first venture into sponsorship of a science showing are (from the left) Frances Habenicht, Theresa McCutchan, Pamela Forrest, Christine Forrest and Tommy Menzel. The proj- ects of the students will be entered in the Snohomish Science Fair to be held Friday and Saturday, March 29 and 30. (Photo courtesy Everett Daily Herald.) One Call is All for dote Heating Service FUEL SERVICE INSTAL['ATION hone PA. 2-0480 RII=I=IN El. OOMPANY W 'Madame Butterfly' Sodalists Af Opera House Plan Meet At St. Catherine's Grand opera at reasonable rates will be offered in the Opera House Wednesday and Thursday, March 20 and 21, when the Western Opera Com- pany presents Puccini's "Ma- dame Buttefly." Lucine Amara, Metropolitan Opera Company soprano, will sing the title role. Margery MacKay, New York City Cen- ter Opera Company mezzo- soprano, will portray Suzuki and William Torch, tenor, will sing the role of Lieutenant Pinkerton. Tickets ranging from $1.50 to $3.50 are on sale at the Ban Marche, Farmers Music Store in Burien and Bell, Book and Candle in Bellevue. WEEK-END Tabledte Washington.Grown 00utUp Fryers Pound0ne 39 Prices Effective Friday and Saturday, March 15, 16 A joint meeting of three parish sodalities will be held Sunday, March 24, at St. Cath- erine School, Seattle. St. Catherine Parish Sodality, the Young Ladies Sodality of Holy Family Parish, Seattle, and Sacred Heart Parish Sodal- ity, Tacoma, will meet to dis- cuss problems pertinent to par- ish sodalities. The program will begin with Mass at noon offered in honor of the 400th anniversary of the founding of Our Lady's Sodal- ity. After the discussions there will be an informal gathering of the sodalists with refreshments served. Donates Land BRASILIA, Brazil (NC) -- President J o a o Goulart has authorized the grant of two and a half acres in this capital city to serve as the future headquarters of the National Conference of Brazilian Bishops. Dry clothes easier, better, faster, fluffier... ELECTRICALLY. eam of soft, fluffy, dry clothes on the grayest and dampest of attle days? All you need to do is flip the switch on an electric clothes dryer. Sound luxurious? It is, but it's also economical ...less than 3c a load with City Light's record low all.electric rate. See your electric appliance dealer, choose a modern dryer, and live better, for less, electrically. 00Otat., SEATTLE CITY LIGHT You'll find all Barb Restaurants open every Sunday from 7 a.m. to 9 p. m. Delicious food, reasonable prices and friendly farm'ly service. 00BARB IN LYNNWOOD 19510 Highway 99 PR. 6.8166 IN BURIEN I56 $. "iV. I52nd - CH. 4.0662 IN BELLEVUE 604 1o4th 2q. E. GL. 4-J433 First Seattle Jesuit F,00doy March IS, 1%3 ...... THE.PEOGRESSy-7 Marks Diamond Jubilee The Rev. John P. Mootz, S.J., 78, the first Seattle boy to e::ter the Society of Jesus, will observe his diamond jubilee m 60 years  as a member of the Society this Sunday, March 17, astery in Seattle, 19 of those at a solemn high Mass in St. years as superior. Mother lg- Ignatius Church, San Francisco. natius was the first Seattle Celebrant of the Mass will be girl to become a Discalced Very Ray. John F. X. Connolly, Carmelite nun. S.J., provincial of the California Two sisters are living. They province of Jesuits and former are Sister Mary Ethel at Maryl- president of USF. hurst, Ore., and Miss Angela Seated with Father Mootz in Mootz of San Francisco. the sanctuary will be Mayor John C. Houlihan of Oakland and a former student of Father Mrs. Kennedy Mootz'. Father Mootz has been a Heads CDA priest 44 years, 33 of them at the University of San Francisco. Committee Tournament Winners Display Trophy A native of Dodge Kans., WASHINGTON, March 17 (N. OUR LADY OF THE LAKE PARISH representatives at Seattle Prop's recent speech the jubilation came to Seattle C.)--A new national committee tournament proudly display their wares at a school assembly in honor of their at the age of five with his par- called "Women for Decency" pastor and newly-appointed Monsignor, Right Ray. Msgr. C. M. Power. From the eats, Henry and A n gela has been formed by the Catho- left are Lawrence Divers, Peter Elliott, Michael Cain, Mr. J. Swift, s.J., of Seattle Prep Mootz. The family settled in tic Daughter of America. who presented the trophies, Monsignor Power, John LandoR, Christopher Young, Marc what is now the Seward Park CDA Supreme Regent Mar- area and the future Jesuit garet J. Buckley of suburban Lingafeher, David Zeigen and Richard Kelley. Christopher holds his second place trophy walked to the Prefontaine Chevy Chase. Md., said the oh- in the senior division and Marc holds his first place trophy in the junior division. At School at Sixth and Spring iect of the committee will be Blancher's speech tourney March 9 Lawrence Divers won second in oratory. Michael Streets everyday, to combat obscene literature Cain won third and John LandoR placed second in the interpretive round. Teresa Father graduated from Seat- and to "clean up" magazine Toulouse placed first in extemporaneous and Anita Walsh first in oratory in the junior tle College when it was housed stands and book racks through- division. St. Luke Parish team won the sweepstakes trophy. in the basement of the Church of the Immaculate and entered out the country. the Jesuit Order in Los Gatos Mrs. LueilleKennedyofTa- Acies coma, Wash., who has been iu ::   ....... ,.. : ::::. : +::.: .::.'. " ".?!:. -:.,-.. : ... .... in 1903. CDA work for it, years, was ii::::ii::iii:.iii::i)!ii!ii Father didhis first teaching named chairman of the com. Ceremon,es"   ....              : &q':   +      & at USF, then St. Ignatius Col- mittee and Mrs. M. Teresa iii :ili!iiJii:iiii!:iiiii i i iiiiiiii I logo, in 1913 as a scholastic. Snyder of Baltimore vice He was ordained in St. Louis chairman. This Week in 1,1,, returned briefly to State regents in 44 states and !i!i!iii!iiliiiii USF after further studies and in Puerto Rico will appoint 1o- Members of the Legion of :.:;,:::::::wiii!)ii:)!i:  from 1924 to 1930 served as cal committees to work with Mary in and near Seattle will :'::,:.:: :::'.::::i!:i::::'*:: chaplain at the University of the national group in the cam- assemble in St. James Cathe- Father Mootz taught ethics membership of 215,000 women, p.m. for their annual Acmes. from 1930 until his retirement two years ago. Besides teaching The M o s t Reverend Arch- his class at USF he also in- Masses Set bishop Thomas A. Connolly will strutted students at the San preside and lead the prayers. Francisco College for Women, At Lynnwood The Most Reverend Bishop St. Joseph's and St. Mary's Thomas E. Gill, V.G., will be Schools of Nursing in San Fran- LYNNWOOD--Three Masses present and Ray. Thomas C. cisco and O'Connor School of will be said Sunday, March 24, McEnnis will speak to the Le- Nursing in San Jose. for parishioners of St. Thomas gionaires. Of Father Mootz' five sis- M o r e, according to Ray. The spiritual director of So- tars, three became Sisters of Joseph H. Doogan, pastor. Ettle Comitium, Rev. William #,ur the H01y Names and one a Masses will be said at 7:30, Treacy, will make the an- La.00 of the Lake Droner Set Carmelite. The latter was 9:3n and 11 a.m. in Lynnwood nouncements and read the col- Mother Ignatius of Jesus who Junior High School cafeteria, lective Act of Consecration. LAST-MINUTE TOUCHES are given a poster advertising died in 193 after spending 40 The s c h o o 1 is located at Sister Virginia Maria will di- the St. Patrick's Day dinner to be held at Our Lady of the years at the Carmelite Man- 196th S.W. and 56th W. rect the Holy Names Academy Lake Parish gym Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m. The poster paint- choir, era are Terry Sweeney, eighth grader and SDn of Mrs. Hilde- Tacoma Legion of M a r y gard Sweeney, and Linda Scott, a seventh grader and the members will gather at St. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Michael Scott. Watching them are Michael Church, Olympia, for (from the left) co-chairman, Mrs. Donald Slipper; chairman, their Acies this Sunday, March Mrs. Joseph Regan and Mrs, Richard Ellis. 17, at 3 p.m. Archbishop Connolly will pre- side and Rev. Thomas J. Pitsch will give the sermon. Feature Films On Television ' The Ray. Lawrence Willenborg, pastor of St. Vincent de Paul Belliagham KING:IV (NBC) Channel Parish, Federal Way, is spirit- KVOS-TV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7 ual director. Tacoma Seattle :I'q (CBS) Channel 11 Slide Salon KOMO-TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW-TV Channel 13 Set Af MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NATIONAL LEGION OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for Art Museum General Patronage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults The Seattle Photographic So- and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; ciety's twenty-second annual B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C-Condemned; International Print Salon, and SC--Separate Classification; Ha--No Rating Available. its tenth annual International (Note: The ratings listed below were those given th Slide Salon opened Wednesday original movies. Most films be/ore being shown on tel,. with a private preview of prints vision are edited to con/orm to the television code and at the Seattle Art Museum. The first showing of slides to to the individual station's time schedule. For this reason, the public will be Sunday. objectionable parts contained in the original plot may be March 17 at 3:00 p.m. in the deleted in the television version and-thus the original Museum auditorium. The slides Legion rating may not be entirely correct.) : ii;, will be shown thereafter each ., Thursday evening at 8 p.m. and SATURDAY, MARCH li on Sundays at 3 p.m. through 2:00 .m.--KVOS-TV--The Lone Gun .................................... A-1 April 7. =:00 ).m.--KIRO-TV--College Humor ..................................... NR $:$0 .m.KTVW-TV--I Walked With a Zombie ........................ A-I! The prints and slides repre- 9:00 .m.--KING-TV--A Certain Smile .................................. A.Ili sent entries, not only from the 0:00 Lm.--KTNT-TV--They Drive by Night ................................ If. 11:00 ,.m.--KVOS-TV--The Long Gray Line .............................. A-I United States and Canada, but n:os |.m.--KING-TV--TrlpOll .............................................. A.II from 50 foreign countries, t:s ,.m.--KOMO.TV--Don't Go Near the Water .......................... e The show is open to the oub- tl:0 ).m.--KIRQ-TV--The ForeStSUNDAy,RangersMARCH ................................ 11 A-If lic without charge. 11:00 a.m.--KVOS-W--Declslon of Christopher Blake .................. A.II 12:00 NOOn--KOMO-TVYou're Not So Tough ............................ A.I 12:30 ).m.KVOS-TV=The Divided Heart ................................ A-I 1:00 ,.m.--KIRO-TVaohama Passage ..................... . .............. It 1:30 Lm.KING-TV--Romonce of Rosey Ridge .......................... A-I T.V" RADIO [O 4:30 ),m.--KTNT-TVDlmples ............................................. A.I 4:0 |.m.--KTVW.TV--Sued far Libel .................................... A-I SATURDAY, MARCH 16 :00 .m.--KVOS-TV--Tarzon's Magic Fountain .................  ........ A-I 7:30 ).m.--KTNT-TV--Alwoys Leave Them Laughing ..................... a 7:30 p.m., Family Theater, :30 ).m.--KTVW-TV--Morshall of Mesa City ............................ A-I KTNT-TV, Channel 11. s:00 Lm.--KOMO-TV--Ten Days to Tulora .............................. A-! 11:35 I.mlKINO.TVCongo Malsle .............. ...... ..... . .......... A.II Leif Erickson and Jeanne . MONDAY, MARCHI$ Cagney will be seen as the King 9:0 a.m.--ZOO-VV--eoche=or Dandy ................................. A-n 10:00 a.m.--KrVW-TV--Mexlean Spfflre's Elephant ...................... A.II and Queen of Ireland in this 2:00 Noon--KTVW-TV--Saint In London .................................. A.I special St. Patrick's Day film, :00 p.m.--KTNT-TV--Deep Waters ....................................... A-I "Trial at Tara." The back- 4:00p.m.--KING-TV--Reunlon in France ................................ A-I! s:30 p.m.--KVOS-TV--Gunmon's Walk .................................. Adll t'- ,s:n- Fashio Irillll||ll| I[IlM:--LI:--LaeJ ground is Ireland in the fifth ,:00 p.m.--KTVW-VV--Outcasts Of Poker Flats .............................. a r ns century before Christianity had 7:30 p.m.--KING-TV--BOy on o Dolphin ................................... n I0:00 p.m.KTVW-TV--Girl Rush ........................................... a "SWING INTO SPRING" is the theme of the St. Edward been brought to the country. 0:0011:00 SUNDAY, MARCH 17 I:0 Parish Mothers Club annual luncheon.and fashion show 7:45 a.m., The Hour of St. Fran- :0e scheduled Tuesday, March 26, at 11:30 a.m. It will be held eis, KXA-Radio. 9:0 at the new parish hail, 4200 S. Mead St. Giving a preview Lizabeth Scott brings "Thelma 0:00 u:00 Scott" to this program, It is the :00 of fashions to be seen is Mrs. John C. Zirkle (seated) with story of a girl who breaks the 4:oo (left) Mrs. Perry Koch and Mrs. Phil Hosterman, co-chair, law. s:0:00 men. For tickets call PA 3-5998 or PA 3-5813. 8:00 a.m., Lamp Unto My Feet, 10:00 KIRO-TV, Channel 7. 10:0 1t:00 "Echoes of Ireland," an ac- n:30 count of Irish history and legend t :00 Legion Of will be seen today. 9:30 9:15 a.m., Sacred Heart Pro- 0:00 12:00 D gram, KIRO.TV, Channel 7. :00 ecency "The Child's Strong Arm" is s:04:00 today's topic in the fourth in a s:00 Listed here are ratings of the series on "Child Guidance." The 0:00 retest films received by the No- speaker is Rev. Eugene P. Mur- |:001: tional Legion of Decency. phy, S.J., national director of 11:3o 11:30 the Sacred Heart program, l:OO First-Run Movies Showing In Seattle A-2--The Lion. A-3--Five Miles To Midnight. Other Movies Currently Showing A-I--The Longest Day, Son of Flubber, Delicate Delinquent, Sad Sack, Search of the Cast- aways, Tarzan Goes To India, Road to Hang Kong, Best of Enemies, Gigot. A-2 -- Mutiny On the Bounty, Days of Wine and Roses, Mir- acle Worker, Birdman of Alca- traz, Spiral Road, Barabbas, Judgment At Nuremberg. A-3 -- Breakfast at Tiffany's, Manchurian Candidate, If A Man Answers, Yojimbo. B--Gypsy. e:0e p.m., Chalhgne, KOMO-TV, 9:30 Channel 4. |0:00 Dr. Lynn Corson, Rev. Wil- 12:00 liam Treacy and Rabbi Raphael :00 4:00 Levine will discuss the immedi- s: :00 ate and far-reaching accom- :a0 plishments of the ecumenical IO:OO council, io:oo 11:00 7:1S p.m., sanred Heart Pro- 11:30 11:45 gram, KTVW-TV, Channel 13. l:OO "Sources of Faith" is the title 9:30 of today's program and the Io:oo speaker is Rev. JoSeph Christie, 12:0o S.J., of the London Proviuce Of :00 4:00 the Society of Jesus. " s:0 :00 10:00 p.m,--KTNT-TV--Her Malesty Love ................................. NR p.m.--KVOS-TV--Miss Sodie Thompson ............................... B p.m.--KOMO-TVNorlh to the Klondike ........................... A-I a.m.--KTVW.TV--Step by Step ................................... ..A.II TUESDAY, MARCH 11) o.m.KOMO.TVHer Primitive Man .............................. A-!I a.m.KTVW-TVThe Sea Araund Us .............................. A-I Noon--KTVW.TV--Mexlcan Spitfire at Se ........................ A.II p.m.KTNT-TVHer Malesty Love ................................ NR p.m.KING-TV--Reunlon in France ................................ A.ll p.m.KVOS-TV--Tokyo Joe ........................................... n p.m.--KTVW-TV--Jungle Cavalcade ................................. NR p.m.KTVW-TV--In Name Only ...................................... n p.m..--KTNT-TVOutlaw Treasure .................................. NR p.m,KVOS.TV--Slrocco ............................................... a p.m.KOMO-TVelack Diamonds .................................. A-I! a.m.KTVW-TVWeek I=nd for Three ............................. A-I| WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2t) a.m.--KOMO-TV--Don't Get Persona| ............................... A-I a.m.KTVW-TV--Mama Loves Papa ............................... A.I| NoonKTVW.TV--The Racket ................................... ,...A-I! p.m.KTNT-rV--Outlaw Treasure ................................... NR p.m.KING-TVRIch Man, Poor Man ............................. A-I p.m.KVOS-TV--Ret root Hell ....................................... A-I p.m.KTVW-TVBy Your Leave ............................. , ..... NR p.m.--KTVW-TV--The Gentleman MIsbehvM ........................ a p.m.KTNT-TV--Soy It With Songs ................................ NR p.m.KVOS-TVThe Sol|d G01d Cadillac .......................... A.II p,m.KOMO-TV--Tlred Wife ........................................ NR p.m.KTVW-TVi Cover the Underworld ..................... .... NR a.m.KTVW-TVPoce That Thrll|s ................................ A-tl THURSDAY, MARCH 21 a.m.--KOMO,TV--Lane Wolf Takes A Chance ...................... A-! a.m.--KTVW-TV--ChIId of Divorce ............... . ............ .,...A-tl Noon--KTVW-TV--In Name Only ..................................... B ).m.--KTNT-TVSoy It With Sons ................................. NR ).m.KING-TVShe Went to the Raaes ............................ A-II .m.KVO$-TV--Walk East on Beacon ......... o ............... o...A-I ).m,--KTVW-TV--Consolaflon Marriage ., .......................... NR ,.m.KIRO.TV.-.$top, You're KIl|lng M@ ........................... A-II Lm.--KTVW-TVIron Molar ......................................... A-I ).m.--KTNT-TV--Night Unto NLaht ................................. A.II .m.KVOS-TV--$hadow of ( Doubt .......................... . ..... A-II .m.KOMO.TV--Letter of IntrOdudlon ............................. A.I .m.--KTVW-TV--.Gun Law .......................................... A.I i.m.KTVW-TV-- Bedyg ua rd ......................................... A.tl FRIDAY, MARCH ee a.m.KOMO.TVAflantic Adventur ............... . ......... o .... .,A.I a.m.KTVW-TVFalcon's AHbl ..................................... A-II NoonKTVW-TVIron Maor ........................................ A-I p.m.KTNT-TV--Night Unto Night ................................. A-|I p.m,KING-TV--Swlng Fever ...................................... A-II p.m,--KVOS-TV--3:10 To Yuma .................................... A-|I p.m.KTVW-TV--Jay of Living .................................... A.II p.m.KTVW-TVEseape to Glory ................................. A-II Nigerian Chun:hes lO:3O p.m.--KTNT-TV---Country Dodor .................................... NR 11:00 p.m.--KVOS-TV--On the Waterfront ................................ A-|I Agree To Merge u:, p.m.--KOMO-TV--V|va Zalmta ...................................... A-it IBADAN, Nigeria, (]C)--The 1:00 a.m.--KTVW-TV--Underwater .......................................... e Anglican, Methodist and Pres-  Tls Review ms sonsm y byterian Churches in Nigeria Ca+holic have agreed to form a united 'if'S & Church oods, Inc. body to be known as "the Re.a|ous goods for tho home, church a $cho1. Church of Nigeria," Anglican A pleotent shoppin atmeSpre with eeleet Bishop S. Odutola of Ibadan var|ty of re||alout o|tts. told his recent diocesan synod 607 Union St., SeaHle I MUtual 2-3929 here.