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Official Deadline For. CCD Rereas Catholic Bishop's Relief is April 10 Confraternity of Christian Fund The Reverend Pastors are reminded "that the Collection for the Catholic Bishop's Relief Fund is to be taken up at all Masses in all churches and chapels of the Archdiocese on next Sunday, April 1, in accordance with the Official in the Catholic North- west Progress of March 23. Real Estate Taxes Attention is called to the fact that real estate taxes are due and payable now on all parish proper- Kes for which no claim for exemption has been filed, The Reverend pastors should see to it that they receive tax bills for the property in question, that they pay same and forward all receipts to The Chancery. Holy Land Collection The annual collection for the Preservation of the Holy Places in Palestine is to be taken up in all the churches of the Archdiocese on some Friday evening during the Holy Season of Lent. The Reverend Pas- tors are requested to forward the proceeds of the collection to .The Chancery without delay. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop March 30, 1962. Doctrine high school students are reminded by Rev. John P. Doherty, archdiocesan CCD di- rector that the deadline for registration for closed retreats is April 10. The retreats will be held April 17 end 18 with the boys' retreat at the Palisades retreat house and the girls' retreat at Visitation. The Rev. Daniel Debolt, C.SS.R., will be the re- treat master for the boys and Rev. Gerald Nagie, M.M., for the girls. Students may obtain registra. tion blanks from their pastors. A retreat fee of $12 plus $I for transportation should be sent along with registration forms to Father Doherty, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4. Sisters Honor Their Own Sister A SILVER TEA at St. Benedict Parish hall March 25 honored the silver jubilee of Sister Marie Forhan, O.P. (third from left), prindpal of the parish school, as a Dominican Sister Congregation of the Holy Cross. Making the occasion even more unique was the gathering of Sister Marie's own three sisters, also Dominicans. Her sisters are (left to right) Sister Lucille, Sister Pauline and Sister Dolorita. Sisters Lucille and Dolorita are from Blessed Sacrament Convent, Seattle, and Sister Pauline is from SS. Aegidius and Mary Convent in Aberdeen. --(Photo by W. C. Heib, Jr.) April Intention For Family Rosary The Sick The Holy Father's intention for the Family Ros- ary during the month of April is for "The Sick." In a little book on "The Problems of Pair/," C. S. Lewis writes, "You would like to know how I behove when I am experiencing pain, not writing about it. You need not guess, for I will tell you; I am a great coward." This modern writer was honest enough to reveal his own feelings. Telling the sick how to be sick is a delicate and dangerous pastime. In the ease of one temporarily ill such advice is useful for too many people are tempted to feel it is the end of the world when they are packed of[ to the hospital. But when sickness is of the severe and long-enduring kind there is no easy solution and any cheer-up advice is pitifully out of place. It is at this time that the sick need, above ell, comf6rt and strength. The complete intention for this month reads: "That all sick people may find comfort and strength in Christian faith and hopb." The petition is well-expressed for the suf- ferings mental and physical of sickness, cannot be solved by human means. True strength and comfort are found in God, in faith and hope in Him. It is said, moreover, that illness is the great revealer of character. Some bear ill- ness with fortitude and retain their interest in life around them. Others become disagreeable and unpleasant, angry about their treatment, and even jeel- ous of the health enjoyed by others. But for all of us there is need of what is well callod inner resources--with which we can face illness and death. And there is no greater re- source in misfortune than faith and hope in God. From the Sacred Heart Messenger Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) April 6-8 So. Aegidius & Mary, Aberdeen St. John, Seattle Ss. Peter & Paul, Aberdeen Holy Family, Auburn Our Lady of Good Help, Hoqulam April 13-1S St. l?.nadette, Seattle St. Catherine, Seattle St. Margaret, Seattle " St. Joseph, Elma St. Philomena, Des Moines St. John of the Woods, Tacoma NOCTURNAL VIGIL, Nocturnal vigil for the first Saturday of April will beheld in St. James Cathedral, Seattle, end Ss. Peter and Paul, Ta- coma, Friday, April 6, and Saturday, April 7. Holy Hour will precede the vigil in each church, The vigils are kept in re- sponse to the request of Our Lady of Fatima for prayerful observance of the first Saturday of each month, SEATrLE AREA 7:45-8:45 p.m. -/.,(tloly Hour), St. James bamearal, Seattle. 0-10 a.m.--St. George, St. Margaret, St. Catherine, St. Bernadette. 10-11 a.m.---St. Anne, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, River- ton; St. Philomena, Des Moines. 11-12 p.m.--St, iJoseph, St: Francis, Seahurst. 12-I a.m. -- Assumption, St. Luke, Sacred Heart, Bellevue. 1-2 a.m. -- St. Mary, St. John, Immaculate, St. Mat- thew. 2-3 a,m.--Christ the King, Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, St. Mark. 3-4 a.m.- Sacred Heart, St. Peter, Holy Family, St. Monica. 4-5 a.m.--Our Lady of the Lake, Our Lady of Fatima, St. Edward, St. Paul, Our Lady of Guadalupe. a.m. -- Holy Rooary, St. Alphonsus, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Anthony, Hen- ton. 0-7 a.m.--Blessed Sacra- ment, St. Benedict, St. Teresa. TACOMA AREA 8-9 p.m.--Holy Hour. 9-10 p.m.--St. Joseph, St. Rita. 10-11 p.m.--St. Patrick, Our Lady Queen of Heav- en, St. Andrew, Sumner. 11-12 p.m.--Sacred Heart, St. Ann. 12-1 a.m.--SS Peter and Paul, St. Martin of Tours, All Saints, Puyailup. 1-2 a.m.--St. John of the Woods. 2-3 a.m.--St. Charles Bet- romeo. 3-4 a.m.--St. Frances Ca- brini. 4-5 a.m.--Itoly Cross. 5-8 a.m.--Visitatian. 6-7 a.m.--Holy Rosary. 7-8 a.m.'SL Leo. Schedule Set For Forty Hours The schedule for Forty Hours Adoration in honor of the Blessed Sacrament dur- ing the month of April is as follows: " First Sunday---St. Margaret, Seattle; Star of the Sea, Brem- erton. Second Sunday--S. George, Seattle; Sacred Heart, Enum. claw. Third Sunday--Our Lady of Fatima,, Seattle; St. Joseph, Ferndale. Fourth Sunday--St. Anthony, Renton; St. James, Vancouver. Fifth Sunday--St, Helen Hos- pital, Chehalis; St. T r s a Home, Seattle. THE PLANNED WING of Provide'nee Hospital, Everett, is seen in this architect's sketch. Besides the wing, a corn. plete renovation of the existing facilities at Providence is planned. Total cost of the wing and renovation is esti- mated in excess of two million dollars which will be pro. vided by funds raised" by people of the Everett area, a grant from the Federal Government and more than half th amount to be given by the Sisters of Charity of Providence who staff the hospital. Providence Hospital, Everett, EVERETT  Complete plans for the addition of new wing and renovation of the existing facilities at Prov- idence Hospital have been an. nounced by Sister Louise Aline, administrator. The new wing will allow for the expansion of surgery suites, pharmacy, out-patient depart- ment, delivery rooms, recovery rooms, a complete therapeutic program, cancer detection cen- ter, premature n u r s e r y and waiting rooms. Many new programs and de- partments will be established for the people of Everett. This will include a mental health program, x-ray therapy, alco- holic rehabilitation center, out- patient c 1 i n i c and adequate helicopter service for those in need of hospital attention from remote and inaccessible areas. The total cost of the new wing and renovation will be in excess of two million dollars. The Sisters of Providence will expend more than half of this 00,lans New Wing amount and $400,000 must be solicited from the people of the area. The balance of funds will be provided by a grant from the Federal Government. P. J. Sevenich is g e n e r a l chairman of the development program assisted by Dr. A. B. Murphy as honorary chairman. Everett K of C In,tatmn Set EVERETT--Initiation in the second and third degrees will be sponsored by Everett Coun- cil for Knights of Columbus in Snohomish County, Mount Ver- non, Bellingham and Oak Har- bor Sunday, April I, in the K of C Hall here. The ceremony will begin at 1 p.m. Entertainment will be pro- vided to out-of-town wives ac- companying their husbands. Nocturnal Vigil April 6.7 Nocturnal vigils will be kept throughout the night of Friday, April $, and into the morning of Saturday, April 7, in St. James Cathedral. Seattle, and Sk. Peter and DONALD H. BENNETT, (left) chairman of the American Cancer Society's small busi- ness committee, Dr. Thomas Carlile, (center) national president of the satiety and Karl Kay, (right) King County Crusade chairman are shown at a meeting with the presidents of commercial and business clubs throughout the Seattle area. These presidents repre- senting 11 business districts were given educational information regarding Cancer Cru- sade Day, Tuesday, April 10. New Members Initiated By Bellincjham CDA Salesmen Will Seek Cancer Drive Funds More than 150 sales- Holy Names Society at St. BELLINGHAM -- New mem- bers of the Catholic Daugh- ters of America were initiated recently by the officers of Court St. Aloyious. They are: Mesdames Rudolph Perez, C h a r 1 e s Hemminger, Ronald Henifin, Frank Zeller, Claude Anderson, R. E. Me- Paul Church, Tacoma. Kay, A. O. TrownseU, M. R. The vigils are kept in re- Hayes and MissxHelen Welsh. spense to requests of Onr Welcoming the initiates were Lady of Fatima for prayedul observance of the first Sat- urday of each month. Pray- ers will be offered for peace and vocations and acts of reparation will be made. Rivers (and men) get creak- ed by following the line of least resistance. chaplain. Rcv. Thomas Hanley; State regent, Mrs. J. W. Ken- nedy, Tacome; Diocesan Junior Chairman, Mrs. George Weber, Everett. Pouring were Mrs. Kennedy and Miss Theo Sturgeon, Vice Grand Regent. The tea was arranged by Mrs: H. R. Joachim and her committee, men recruited from a sales training organiza- tion and other Seattle firms will distribute information on cancer Tuesday, April 10, Can- cer Crusade Day. The men, all volunteers, will ask for a donation for the so- ciety's work of education and research. The formation of this team of salesmen was initiated by Don- ald H. Bennett, president of a s a I e s training organization. The number of men assisting him has tripled since the in- ception of the idea two years ago. Mr. Bennett, a member of St. Monlea Parish, Mercer Island, is assisted by Bruce O'Bri=% a mmnber of the Luke Parish. Bennett appealed for a rec- ord turnout of volunteers to make sure that the progress against cancer will not only continue but be stepped up. Bennett cited that the Ameri- can Cancer Society has desig- nated 1962" Cancer Progress Year in recognitio n of the re- markable progress made in the past quarter century against the disease in the laboratory, the hospital, the doctor's of- fice and in the public's atti. tude. The art of dverlooking is as valuable as the art of forget- tins. S.U. Siaes Lenen Lecure Seattle University's Cultural committee will present a Len- ten lecture by Dr. Paul Diet- richson Tuesday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. in. the Thomas J. Barman Building auditorium. Dr. Dietrichson, of the Uni- versity of Washington philoso- phy department, will speak on the "Existentialism of Kierke- gaard." A question and answer period will follow. The tal.k is complimentary and open to the public. L. ] EASTER CARDS --:.-- HOLY WEEK MISSALS ..:-- CONFIRMATION. GIFTS Catholic @ AND CHURCH GOODS, Inc. Coflol/ 8oak Sellers 607-609 UNION ST. SEATTLE MU. 2-3929 Friday, Ivlarch 30, r962 THE PROGRESS---3 t L , i Prc,gress Edior To Speak The Rev. James H. Gandrau, editor of the Catholic Northwest Prog- ress and director of the Arch- diocesan N e w s Bureau, will give one of the opening talks at the Northwest Catholic High School Press Workshop at Se- attle University April 6. Father Gandrau will speak to the advisers of Catholic high school newspapers about the ideals, opportunities and re- sponsibilities of the newspaper adviser. He will speak to these advis- ers at 2 P.m. in the Pigott Building on the S U campus. While Father Gandrau is talk- ing with these teachers, Catho- lic high school delegates from the Northwest will be starting publication of a newspaper with- in a 24-hour period. Five schools in the Archdio- cese of Seattle have already registered for the conference which is sponsored by the jour- nalism department of Seattle University. The schools and their dele- gates include: O'Dea, Seattle: Mike Connors, Steve Sifferman, Dave Haipin, John Sinnar, Richard Houser, .Ray Heltsley, Tim Crowder. Seattle P r e p, Seattle: Joe Nan,no, Jim Roseilinl, E a r 1 Love, H a r r y Wildgen, Mike Gladych, Steve Cawdry, Jack Reagan. Blanchet, S e a t t I e : Joseph Dawson, John Heib, Adela Yar- bro, Kathy Weaver. Holy Rosary, Seattle: Linda Klier, Joan Hengtgen, Loretta Balow, Melanie Aleksich. St. Mary Academy, Wialock: Karen Wild, Mary Buennagel, Carol Wood, Janet Link, Marie Schuller. Dali Jewels To Be Shown By SU Guild Invitations will soon be in the mail for the premier show- ing of Salvador Dali's "Art-in- Jewels" exhibit to be shown in the Exhibition Hall of Fred- erick and Nelson June 27. The exhibit sponsored by Se- attle University and the Seat- tle University Guild will run June 28 through July 21. The jewels, all designed by Dali are not for wear nor for sale. Valued at between one and two million dollars the jewels will be shown each in its own case in a darkened room, Many of the jewels, noteably "The Peace Cross" are of a religious nature. Mrs. John J. Callahaa, presi- dent of the Guild, and Hey. Charles A. Wolleson, S.J., di- rector of SU's summer school, are planning the exhibit. Dead Sea Scrolls Will Be Discussed The effect of the Dead Sea Scrolls on current religious doctrine will be eplored on KOMO-TV's "Challenge" pro- gram Sunday, April 1, 6 p.m. on Channel 4. The study and deciphering of these important pro-New Testa- ment documents will be re- viewed by the panel, Dr. Martin Goslin, Rev. William Treacy and Rabbi Raphael Levine, in fight of their effect on current theology. The three Seattle clergymen will discuss those new contents of the Scrolls not found in the Bible, but generally in use at the time the Scrolls were compiled. CHARLES SMITH Requiem Sm,'l'h A requiem high Mass was sung March 28 in St. Mary Church for Charles N. Smith, 75, who died March 24 in Providence Hospi. tal. Burial was in Holyrood. Mr. Smith, a retired automo- bile dealer, was instrumental in establishing the USO-NCC$ Club in Seattle at the request of Bishop Gerald Shauglmessy. He had been on the opera. ting committee of the USO for 21 years and was also a mem- ber of the King County USO committee. Mr. Smith was a member of the board of the Catholic Sea- men's Club. He was a member of the speakers' committee for the United G o o d Neighbors and during World War II he served as a member of the Mayor's committee a i d i n g servicemen. Mr. Smith was a member of the Serra Club and the James Shield General As. sembly of the K n i g h t a of Columbus, a transfer from the assembly in Denver where he had been Faithful Navigator. As an amateur magician Mr. Smith was a member of the Seattle Magic Ring, The Pacific Coast Association of Magicmns, the Society of American Magicians and the International Brotherhood of Magicians and was past presi- dent of three of these organi- zations. He had given mhny hours in entertaining in behalf of char- ity and for servicemen during World Wars I and If. He had received many trophies for his magical dexterity. Born in San Diego, Calif., Mr. Smith came to Seattle in 1930 from Chicago. He resided at 3118 Lakewood Ave. His wifg Kathleen, died in 1955. He is survived by a daughter, Paulifle Smith of Seattle and a sister, Mrs. Edwin P. Hermes of Detroit. Funeral arrangements were by Bc*rmey.Watson F u n r a [ Home. Seattle University Receives $750 Alcoa Grant Seattle University is one of nine independent colleges and universities in Washington to share in $5,000 in grants an. nounced this week by the Alcoa Foundation, according to D. H. Tilson, Northwest Operations Manager f o r t h e Aluminum Company of America. The university receives an in- dividual grant of $750 and will share in a grant of $2,000 made to the Independent Colleges of Washington, Inc. Other Catholic schools sharing in ,the latter grant are St. Martin s College, Gonzaga Univdrsity and Holy. Names College. secret of The only thing known abou Chartreuse is that you'll liks it/The secret recipe of this liqueur has been closely guarded sinee1605 by the Monks in a secluded French monastery, Chartreuse is superb served straight or over ice- does delicious things to ice cream or fruit..