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'I0--THE PROGRESS Fdday, March IS, 1963 i y ,:: ".:.:$:: : ", EDU(RTIOn - miSsIOnS ORE AND MORE today the problem of educa- tion is coming to the fore. In the missionary fields in the past we didn't think of education in the field where people were absolutely devoid of any progress in the same terms that we do today. Before, missionaries went into a field where people were absolutely devoid of any progress in the education field. This picture is completely changed today and yet many of us probably are still thinking of the missions in terms of our childi hood. Probably making concession that the modern missionary may have a motorbike or a Vespa instead of traveling on foot. Higher Education We fail to realize that there has been a tremendous transition in the missionary field. Today missionary countries are trying to telescope hundreds of years of development into a few brief years trying to catch up, as it were, with the rest of the world and try- ing to do this at a feverish pace. It is no longer enough for missionaries to think of teaching people to write or to read, but the missionaries must be pre- pared to offer people high school and college educations of a good standard if they intend to show the people in missionary lands that they are truly interested in them. Today the world is shrinking. Years ago it might have taken a missionary months to arrive at a deep jungle mission or station. Today it takes him 20 hours to fly from England to Oganda. Government Control Governments are also recognizing the power of education. Un- fortunately, our enemies of government and enemies of the Church are too. In British Guiana a new attack has been launched against Catholic and other denominational schools; this time through teacher infiltration. To date, teachers in denominational schools have been ap- Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 pointed by the governing body, subject to aproval by the Ministry of Education. Now the ministry has made any teacher eligible for any position he academically qualifies for, regardless of re- ligion. This is a deliberate mo'e to place non-Catholics, and even non-Christians, on Catholic faculties! Restrictions already forbid state scholarships for Catholic secondary schools; the schools,themselves must accept students according to their achievement on a common entrance exam, re- gardless of their religion. Thus, many Catholic children have been forced to go to government schools; non-Catholics are unwillingly in Catholic schools. UNESCO Undue interference als0 with the affairs of countries has sometimes brought chaos to the educati0nal: system. For instance, LaCroix, the French Catholic Daily,: indicates that the Catholic school system--and the future of the Congolese nation are being undermined by UNESCO. This international organization acts "as if it had to create, on an entirely new basis, a system of state education, monopo- lizing all official aid, and eventually supplanting altogether the private schools." For example: UNESCO refused to assist a Catholic secondary school in Equateur, but esblished a luxurious grammar school next door to it! Although the former continued to attract more pupils, the religious community teaching there decided to move to a district where they were needed! However, there maybe hope /n the words of John Miruho, President of the Kivu Provincial Gbvernment: "My government andI have cooperated and shall always cooperate with those who represent the religion which teaches our people how to act cor- rectly... Likewise, I am glad to thank Providence for all that the Catholic Church has done for our beloved Congo. All those who have the future of ou r country in their hands owe 95 per cent of their training to the Catholic missionaries." As we can see, education plays an important part in the mis- Jesuits Lead Tour Of Middle East Slated By SU Seattle University will offer its second tour of the Middle East from June 16 to July 18, 1963. Tour leaders will be Rev. Webster T. Patterson, S.3., head of the university's theolo. gy department, and the Rev. James W. King, S.J., assistant professor of theology. Father Patterson, who led the previous university - sponsored tour of biblical lands, has trav- eled extensively in the Middle East and has made graduate studies in Europe. He holds his doctorate in theology from the Gregorian University, Rome. Father King, the university's Church liturgy expert, under- took his graduate studies at the Institut Gregorien de Paris and the Institut Superieur de Lit- urgle, Paris. He has also done advanced work at the Catholic University. The 1963 tour will visit Por- tugal, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Greece and Italy. Tour highlights will include Masses at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre on Mount Calvary, on the slope of the Mount of Olives and at the Church of the Annunciation; a visit to Qumran, site of the Dead Sea Scroll discoverey; stops in Jerusalem, Bethle- hem and Nazareth; and a special tour of the excava- tions under St. Peter's Church, Rome. Travel arrangements are be- Give 'Go Ahead' To Illinois Birth Control Plan Springfield, Ill., March 13 (NC)mIllinois will be- gin a tax-supported birth control program among public relief recipients on April 1. This was the decision of the Illinois Public Aid Commission which voted (March 8) 7 to 3 to implement a policy outlined and approved in December, 1962. The commission overrode a move to delay implementation of the program for at least another month of debate. Tax funds will be used to distribute artificial birth con- trol devices to relief recipients who have a child or a spouse and who request such assist- ance. Medical care related to the birth control program also will be paid for with state tax funds. The program was adopted by the commission in the be- lief that it will reduce the number of children being born to persons on public relief and thus lower costs. It has been vigorously con- tested as "bad public policy" by several groups in the state, led by Catholic organizations. They contend it is misuse of tax funds, may not lower costs at all and will encourage im- morality since mothers of ih ligitimate children or mothers separated from their spouses can receive birth control de- vices. In Chicago, Rev. Scott Reed, spokesman for 20 mem- bers of the Chicago Evangeli. cal Ministers Association, said his group is strongly against the birth control pro- gram. Supplying of birth control THE ARCH of Jerash in Jerusalem (above) is one of the highlights planned for Seattle University's 1963 tour of the Middle East schedule June 16 through July 18. Led by Rev. Webster Patterson, S.J., and Rev. James King, S.J., the tour will include Portugal, Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel, Turkey, Greece and Italy. ing made by the Mary North Travel Service of Seattle. A brochure containing the com- plete itinerary is available upon request. Cost of the tour from Seattle is $1,920. Transportation from Seattle and return is via jet airliner. The tour will end in Rome from where members may take an optional excursion of Europe or return to the Uni- ted States. College credit is available to qualified t o u r members. Ar- rangements for credit are being handled by the Office of Late Afternoon and Evening Classes at the university. ..... Izvestia Buries Story of Editor's Papal Audience BERLIN, March 12 (NC)-- !i :: The Moscow daily Izvestia gave only a brief two-sentence :: !! report of the audience of its editor-in-chief, Alexei Adzhubei, with His Holiness Pope John XXIII. The Soviet newspaper car- ried a three-paragraph story on page two about the general audience at the Vatican at which the Pope was formally awarded the 1963 Balzan Peace Prize. It reported that the Pope made a brief speech of thanks, and concluded: 'At the ceremony there were some 50 Italian and foreign newspapermen including t h e vice president of the Soviet- Italy Society and the editor-in- chief of Izvestia, Adzhubei, and 'Same Old Shillelagh' his wife, who are visiting Italy at the invitation of the Italian MICHAEL McKAY, right, president of the Society of the Society for Cultural Relations Friendly Sons of St. Patrick, shows an honest to goodness with the Soviet Union. At the shillelagh to his son, Peter Michael and City Councilman end of the ceremony, Adzhubei Wing Luke. The society's 23rd annual banquet in celebra- w a s received privately by tion of St. Patrick's Day will be held tomorrow night, Pope John XXIII." March 16 at 6:30 p.m. in the Olympic Bowl of the Olympic Hotel. Honored guest will be the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly and speaker will be Federal Judge Lake City Area George W. Boldt. (Photo by W. C. Heib Jr.) Prelate Will Adenauer Lauds Shop At Your Visit Cardinal Catholic Press BONN, Germany (NC)--Chan- Friendly I; ,J #,. cellar Konrad Adenauer has ,-n-szen-x congratulated Germany's Cath- ROME, March 12, (Re- olic press on achieving a circu. IGA dio, NC) -- An Austrian lation of 15,000,000 copies, and said that this press helps them cardinal plans to visit meet the conditions of life to- Jozsef Cardinal M in d- day. FOODLINER szenty, Primate of Hun- He spoke at a reception he gary, in Budapest and make gave for 110 Catholic journalists the personal suggestion that h? attending a national meeting 145th & Bothell Way end his six-year asylum in the here. U.S. legation there by coming to Rome. 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In Peoria, a former mayor an official mission to bring of the city stated that the Cardinal Mindszenty to Rome, program is illegal, but I will privately outline this aTY TRANSFER and STORAGE CO, Eugene Leiter also said: "We "possibility ,to him," the pre- have a number of laws in this late said as he left Rome'for Reasonable ReN . . . ['aie and mma  am state that forbid intercourse Austria, careful handling by men who know: how! MAIn g-SUq, between unmarried persons. "I have not yet requested I "A Bit of Old Seattle" I [ -,,,-, This plan forces us to make a a visa from Hungary, but will CRAWFORD'S 31, ,try Av.. N. " [mettle very broad decision on whether do so as soon as possible. If IALKI mill-------.. ------tB--Igbuk't we want to change these the Hungarian authorities SEAFOOD West S.0S83 !!i , laws." .. grant it, I intend to visit IIIOMESTEAD II   e%l [:::;:: ; :.     ..... .::::   :]  Dr. William H. WhR,ng, Bishop Endre aamvas. Of DINNERS OS ii:::: e::;:i :;;::'>;-" ': ::: chairman of the Illinois Public course, I will pay a courtesy l, "  will be available in regard to the Vatican is trying to get a :. :-,.:::.z::>, ., ::i !::;' ': J!!  Catering o he family  i mechanical devices, oral drugs safe conduct pass out of com-  -.', ;: COCKTAi LS i  and the rhythm method, munist Hungary for Cardinal "iit Mindszenty. But the Vatican In +he Coral Room I I I Broadway D,stnct tI authorities have declined to Banquet Facilities I001 E. Pine ;i Oonzaga Preps, comment on the reports or or, Ii  "11 EA S-3450  the Vienna Cardinal's plans. Ample Parking Marycliff In discussing his projected I PRIME ,. II Rainier District Take Honors Budapest visit, Cardinal Koe- I STEAS II 440 Rainier .   nig disclosed that he does not ......... I SEAFOOD II PA 3-6144 :::::=*:::ii:]J  : SPOKANE -- Marycliff Acad- k n o w Cai'dinal Minflszenty %!::::::::::,:::: .,--,. : emy and Gonzaga Prep won personally. I "Special Plates For Children" 1 I le .  -.I --"]i   berths in the Washington State A Vatican source said that I Wed. Through Sot., 5 to 9 1 [ west eaTTle l[l.[ . 11 | Debate Tournament by placing it was improbable that Car- I SUNDAY 1 to $ I I 35fh & Avalon Jl  :L.. . "" . i  ! I i;'ii district first Margaret and debate second Dahl last and inweek. Spokane Norma mate message dinal from Koenig to Pope the was Hungarian John. carrying a But Pri- it G ii b e rt' S I Ample Parking ,[ [ 1010 WE 7-304' Aurora ili Kampmeyer, Marycliff debit- was assumed that the Vienna __ I Aurora and Roy SL ' ....  iiI ers, bested the West Valley Pope'sPrelate wishesPrbablYto himW verbally.Uld be I tLVl----The / AT 3-5000 team. Their partnexs, Dinette ready to communicate the the h.arf of S..tflo ,,,, Mr ] serving all faiths  Mulrine and Charlene Burke, ..... ii i went on to defeat Gonzaga's Open7 .ys. We., Bellevue centrally located !i:: Bert Pratt and Dave Plemons In Vienna Cardinal Koenig ,, an " ;iii to break a three-way tie for told Kathpress, the Austrian prices you c,_,a[tord CHART RO0 210 104fh N.E. i first place. Catholic news agency, that the BREAKFAST LUNCH DINING NN I GL 4-1517 Pratt and Plemons out-scored reports that he was carrying a special Papal message to DINNER at Westhonors.Valley for second place C a r din a ] Mindszenty were LAKESHORE I Gonzaga and Marycliff, along "pure fabrications." SUNDAY DINNER SPECIAL I 1204 Westleke N. 1 I " FUNERAL DIRECTORS Iliiii with other Washington high Cardinal Mindszenty, who OLD-FASHIoNED [ [eaturing l l[ 1634 llth Avenue EAst 2-7484 [ii schools, will compete for the will be 71 on March 29, took CHICKEN FRICASSEE I Family Dinners Sunday [ II [ii state championship (held at asylumin theAmerieanlega, wih DUMPLINGS one block north of pine street %_ present by Gonzaga) in debate tion in Budapest November $1.6 Baked Ham $2.25 11 at Washington State University Fried Chicken $2.25  sometime in May. 4, 1956, when Soviet tanks (Complete Dinner) J children $1.25 l IJ  II !ili Gonzaga Prep is defending crushed the brief Hungarian Sth and SENACA I home made pies and 1 II -W--'"  ::i::  national champion. Last spring revolt. He had been released Across from Olympic Hotel 1_. hot biscuits [[l il //" k\\; Pi:!i :iiii!il Gonzaga's A1 Appleton and Joe by freedom fighters only four { Open Sunday Breakfast t II i:;i: ):!il  Verovsek (now at Gonzaga When you patronize I I0 A.M. 1 II !):!!! :ii!iii University) won the State title days earlier from the prison those firms listed in the j Weekdays, ,, M ::;  ;;;:; and then went on to take first in which he was serving a Gourmet Lane, please AT 4-581 I" " At One o These   place in the national finals, life sentence, mention The Progress. I i,n,r,,,r,,,,,,,,, ,n, [I Fine Restaurants AC.., OF C.A.q | UNP;;A00LELED FOR GOOD FOOD00 & ATMOSPHERE I , oo o' .A.,SON st..t , PIER $4 __J Cocktads i and Fine Wines GASPERETTI'S ROMA CAFE ,. S:tP:: in: ::a:nd:4 e fresotklu pF.t: MA. 3-5932 ,.