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yfido-,,, Ar! #, ;747 C:ATH-OEIC-. -NORTHWEST .PROGRESS u i ..... f &apos;i "  tr , ..... I i i ..... I" | , ....... f e 0 SEATTLE Duk.cATo00 :r- ,..R SUPPLIES STENCIL- GELATINE - SPIRIT OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES THE BIBGS CO., INC. National Building, 1008 WeStern Eneca. 4761 Washington Asphalt Co. 309 W. 39th St. MElrose 2707 Olympic Foundry Company -k- 5200 Airport Way RAinier 7 | 23 LARRY'S RESTAURAHT / MEALS AT ALL TIMES 3205 E. Marginal Way TOBACCO - CIGARS - BEVERAGES SEneca 9261 THIEME, MORRIS & STARR, INC. Royal e07-S-9 ew Worm Life mag. Formerly Alaska Bldg. Co. GENERAL INSURANC OF Amusement . ALL KINDS Surety Bonds for Contractors Estates and Court 131 First Ave. West .., Proceedings and Fidelity Bonds . ALder 1310 CA. 1777 mN/iN -- RAL1PiI & LANDIS General Insurance G. A, O'SULLIVAN GENFJiAL AGENT 14111 " 4ill gIVE. BLDG. Manlowe Transfer Co., Inc. i717 6[h Ave. So. R.n, CLANCEY & 0. SE. 24 INSUNC'E BROKERS White - Henry - Stuart Builditlg A Happy Easter To All Our Friends Washington Heating Co. 318 N. 3fith St. ME. 7918 STAR STOKER Sales and Service Oil Burners Installed and Serviced Complete Furnace Service - Greet Easter With a Glass of Good Milk Pope 00rene in Face Of . Red Menace "Undeterred by the fact that for 300 years since the Treaties of Westphalia the Papacy had been excluded from a formal part in international life, the Church's agencies of mercy were galvan- ized into action and through the Pope's leadership the Vatican trained every potential aid at its command to furnish food for the hungry, information for the an- gu:shed families of the fighting men, and care for the wounded." At the same time, the speaker added, 'on each succeeding Christ- mas eve in the years after 1939 he addressed sane and specific pro- !posais to the warring nations upon which they might bring their i slrife to an honorable end." -"While the re;gn of the Pope, whose name Pacelli means peace, has been marred by world strife, "he has not been without his consolations," the speaker noted, adding that the Pope has "seen the growth of the king- dom of God" in the establish- ment of "over 201} new dioceses and olher ecclesiastical jurisdic- tions," the creation of 32 ne.w \\;Cardinals, and 'the supreme consolation f formally pro- claiming tlm canonization of four Saints and of welcoming to the altars of the Church 39 blessed for the veneration of the faithful." Pilgrimage To Go To Rome For De" Montfort Canonization BAY SHORE, N. Y. -- A pil- grimage to Rome to attend the canonization ceremonies of Bless- ed Louis Marie Grignon de Mont- fort by Pope Pins XII on July 20, is being planned, the MonLfort Fathers here have announced. Founder of the Company of Mary (The Montfort Fathers) and the Daughters of Wisdom, Blessed de Montfort, who is best known as the author of "True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary," was born in Brittany, France, in 1673. He studied at the Jesuit College at Rennes and the Paris Seminary ef St. Sulpice and was ordained in 1700. On his first assignment to the hospital at Poitiers, he saw the need for a congregation of nuns to care for the sick and educate the young and founded the Daugh- ters of Wisdom. TO NAIEE 'IDEAL MOTHER' IN NEW ORLEANS ARCH- DIOCESE NEW ORLEAJqS--An "ideal mother" of the Archdiocese of New Orleans will be honorel this spring with the Regina Matrum Award of the Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs, it has been announced here. Archbishop Joseph F. Rummel of New Orleans will present the award at a session of the annual Catholic Parent Forum. Monk I;eat Pan;, na Canal CATHOLIC SCHOOLS guildLers To ]1i:. By 150 IN INDIES, POPE'S Y rs MISSION INTENTION . ea , Arm:le-Details -- !ie!00ii i obscure monk of Novita, Panama, is now the State of Columbia. It . anticipatedthe buildir/g of the was effected by the building of Panaina Canal by almost 150 a ditch which connected the At- years and in 17S3 constructed a rata River, which flows into the i for the ldropagation of the Faith, waterway which joined the At- Atlantic, with the smaller San lantic and Pacific Oceans, it has Juan River, which runs into the in announcing "Catholic Schools been disclosed in an article by Pacific. The ditch, or canal, wa. in the Indies and Ceylon," as the Eleanor Britton, social directress used by Indians or whites with pril mission intention of His of the Moore-McCormick Steam- canoes for ne transportation of Holiness Pope Pus XII. ship Company, who is considered an autho':ity on Latin American lore and customs. "A century before DeLesseps set foot on Panamanian soil," Miss Britton writes, "an obscure monk, Antonio de Cereso, con- structed a waterway which con- nected the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. goods East and West and thus there came into existence the first waterway connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. "During the administration of Teddy Roosevelt the project of the Cereso received serious con- sideration as an alternate location for the construction of the Pa- nama Canal." Declaring that the nationalistic aspirations of the peoples was on- ly a partial cause of the move to curtail Catholic school activities Mons:.gaor McDonnell asserted that the tendency is widespread throughout the British Empire, and attributed it to those in con- trol of lawmaking He cited the visit to London EVERYONE JOINS IN RESURRECTION PAGEANTS IN S,A, Sea Apostolate Progress in India Apostolatus Marls recently been opened Clubs have at Trinco- of Archbishop Patrick Ryan of Port of Spain, Trinidad, to pro- test the governmental threat to confiscate Catholic schools un- Jess the ludicrous proposal for joint teaching of Catholic and other doctrines be allowed. (Continued" from Page 1) the Betrayer has a prominent part in the proceedings. Effigies of Judas are sold, grotesque and hateful-looking and stuffed with straw and gunpowder. On Holy Saturday morning Judas swings from ropes suspended between houses and in front of stores. He is hooted and jeered at, with im- precations in vivid Spanish and Indian. A few minutes before twelve there is a sudden hush, an awesome stiIlness in the blare of noise. The crowd stands listen- ing, waiting for the noon signal. Suddenly, church bells boom all over town, the signal for which the people have been waiting. It seems to give vent to their pent- up feelings. Men and children rush toward the luckless Betrayer, cut him down and hurl him into a great bonfire, where he explodes with milch noise and smoke. Holy Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday ae fiesta days in Bolivia. "The most inter- esting feature of the fiesta are the men dancers, who make their appearance "Holy Saturday mor- ning," writes Father Collins.. "There are about sixteen men, dressed in brightly colored cos- tumes, led by a dance-master wearing a mask. They march in- to the chapel and dance before the statues, followed by drum- mers and a man playing a flute. The dance i rhythmical and cle- ver, consisting of much twisting and hopping about on one foot. "In the early morning they en- ter the church and pay a visit to the statue of the Blessed Virgin, singing a little song, 'Good Mor- ning, My Mother!' Then they start malee, (Ceylon), and calcutta. The latter club, first housed in the Jesuit Presbytery at Kidder- pore over twenty years ago and the first to be opened in the East, has been reconstructed on a splen- did scale, near to the main docks on the Hooghly River and along- side the new Stella Marls Church. Archbishop Roberts, S. J., has ap- pointed Rev. Dr. Holland as Port Chaplain for Bombay. Declaring that the same pro- posals were made on the other side of the globe, Mons::gzlor Mc- Donnell, quoted Bishop Bernard Regina of Kandy, Ceylon, as say- ing that the government proposed, among other things. "that our schools be transferred to them with a view to gradually taking possession of them and control- ling them in a way that would make our influence over them precarious." Wenzler & Ward, Inc. ENGINEERS  CONTRACTORS PLUMBING -- HEATING VENTHATING And Automatic Sprinkler Systems 91 CEDAR ST. MAin 8999 BADERS DUTCH BAKERY 2104 E. 65th St. Manufacturers of Original Dutch Claudia's Styling Salon (Under New Management) - COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE dancing around the village, paying Shortbread Cookies a visit to every house. In spite Permanents, $7.50 up of the heat and the exertion de- manded by the dance they keep it up all day long. They do this MAin 2557 2917 First Ave. also on Easter Sunday, and again on Eastel; Monday, when the fi- Evenings By Appointment KEe 1442 esta comes to a c____ lose'__' WASHING T ON, April 1. --  I (NC)Admiral Thierry D'Argen- ]l" lieu, retiring French High Cam-II STER missioner in Indo-Chin,a, is remem- J l bered here for his visit in Dec- J l , Don't Throw Your Old Sets Away ember, 1942, when he was on his JJ wffy from te Pacific to the II WE CAN DO A GOOD JOB F0tL YOU headquarters of General de Gaulle tl 5614 ainier LAnder 1841 in London. F THEY . It YOU   LOT OF tIDING PiO  MEAN BY IGHT. lk .uw IgH[irtHttl .,i "/!,  .......... IHY THIS SOl)PEN I} You u ranT. vOZe ,Tr  x7 YOU E ro <r ResmrlNs uFro, etrr rye ]k i k' Fs" iN i JOe 7' . El) Y W S O0 L aZIG -r KNOWN THE TMe WHeN OUl " E ,,, ..,, .,v. T/41S WAY. "- I( ,.r rv E o i'T '----lLm' ac e ar . o^-,c,, l ,"--'# IVlONEY-INBOODYEtF$.)  I I lllfP/I-ql POTHele. We.T] n .H,---.: .-OEbtt co,v|Nc-P i l  Me THAT EVERIOIE I vHe Hm- WY, 3/NOTHtNG om. IJL)'I'TOLD)/AND 51.1E hOPED NAT X/DID ! HehR. TI.IE I/VOID NO l.-qW P,(itqiiiS'/" " I 5"OE, WHAT 1"3 ....MIKE HE COULON'T BE h <[  ait WOel'g FIEI..1[ MaRRIA(iE?CE?TAINLY THINKING ADOOT IT, 'TO. '( TELEPHOh I TH5 ALL ABo0xP)( PLPHBOY AU. HIS LIFE JUST \\;'LT LD MP2Y ] HOT FROHt AN OLD "C I'LL APMIT THAT EVEN THE, FOI. YOU,4 | -'"( 15EC'K)e Ills FATiqEi HRD.-t > Pl  ONLEg$,kle .__BPK.HgLOR. LIKe ,(I I"HOL}(iHT OF: IT USED T0]5 0. :; <=f LIFE ' " TO ig CONTINUEI::7. SEATTLE RENTALS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE in Seattle Since 1901 Second and Cherry MAin 4350 m Airplane Models FORSTER'S MODELCRAFT MODEL AIRPLANES, TRAINS, BOATS MIDGET RACE CARS AND ACCESSORIES 2105N. 45th St. ME. 5508 Boston Cabinet & Fixture Shop CAmNS Of All Kinds Fixtures - Alferiions & Repairs LUMBER- MILLWORK A Complete WoGdWGrking Service 2220 Eastlake CA. 7121 EA'I'TLI 508Denny =y at 5 T$ [.X":,EtlIIIIL "Ira RES AND LSTAVIQ  s Hansen Baking Co MAin 5687, Ext. 13 Vance Building 600 1st Ave. No. 3rd & Union St. GA. 0040 EASTER GREETINGS Skinner &, Eddy Corporation [] SKINNER BUILDING HI-GRADE JJ Economy DAIRY I Department II sto,, FOIL IHLK & CF_lV[ CALL m-GRADE D,A__IIL Ili 1427 1st Ave. II 820 Yale Ave N MA. 1766 MAIn 1396 EASTER GREETINGS l Sundfdt Equipment Co. l 3422 1st So. MAin 1474 I m,= .,_  Easter Greetings J thompson ares. ! San-O.Gen Aut0 He-Build ' ' -o. I D,str,l:mhng c I 1020 E. Union St. 2019 Boren Ave. l CApital 1421 ELiot 4774 J ' yfido-,,, Ar! #, ;747 C:ATH-OEIC-. -NORTHWEST .PROGRESS u i ..... f 'i "  tr , ..... I i i ..... I" | , ....... f e 0 SEATTLE Duk.cATo00 :r- ,..R SUPPLIES STENCIL- GELATINE - SPIRIT OFFICE AND SCHOOL SUPPLIES THE BIBGS CO., INC. National Building, 1008 WeStern Eneca. 4761 Washington Asphalt Co. 309 W. 39th St. MElrose 2707 Olympic Foundry Company -k- 5200 Airport Way RAinier 7 | 23 LARRY'S RESTAURAHT / MEALS AT ALL TIMES 3205 E. Marginal Way TOBACCO - CIGARS - BEVERAGES SEneca 9261 THIEME, MORRIS & STARR, INC. Royal e07-S-9 ew Worm Life mag. Formerly Alaska Bldg. Co. GENERAL INSURANC OF Amusement . ALL KINDS Surety Bonds for Contractors Estates and Court 131 First Ave. West .., Proceedings and Fidelity Bonds . ALder 1310 CA. 1777 mN/iN -- RAL1PiI & LANDIS General Insurance G. A, O'SULLIVAN GENFJiAL AGENT 14111 " 4ill gIVE. BLDG. Manlowe Transfer Co., Inc. i717 6[h Ave. So. R.n, CLANCEY & 0. SE. 24 INSUNC'E BROKERS White - Henry - Stuart Builditlg A Happy Easter To All Our Friends Washington Heating Co. 318 N. 3fith St. ME. 7918 STAR STOKER Sales and Service Oil Burners Installed and Serviced Complete Furnace Service - Greet Easter With a Glass of Good Milk Pope 00rene in Face Of . Red Menace "Undeterred by the fact that for 300 years since the Treaties of Westphalia the Papacy had been excluded from a formal part in international life, the Church's agencies of mercy were galvan- ized into action and through the Pope's leadership the Vatican trained every potential aid at its command to furnish food for the hungry, information for the an- gu:shed families of the fighting men, and care for the wounded." At the same time, the speaker added, 'on each succeeding Christ- mas eve in the years after 1939 he addressed sane and specific pro- !posais to the warring nations upon which they might bring their i slrife to an honorable end." -"While the re;gn of the Pope, whose name Pacelli means peace, has been marred by world strife, "he has not been without his consolations," the speaker noted, adding that the Pope has "seen the growth of the king- dom of God" in the establish- ment of "over 201} new dioceses and olher ecclesiastical jurisdic- tions," the creation of 32 ne.w \\;Cardinals, and 'the supreme consolation f formally pro- claiming tlm canonization of four Saints and of welcoming to the altars of the Church 39 blessed for the veneration of the faithful." Pilgrimage To Go To Rome For De" Montfort Canonization BAY SHORE, N. Y. -- A pil- grimage to Rome to attend the canonization ceremonies of Bless- ed Louis Marie Grignon de Mont- fort by Pope Pins XII on July 20, is being planned, the MonLfort Fathers here have announced. Founder of the Company of Mary (The Montfort Fathers) and the Daughters of Wisdom, Blessed de Montfort, who is best known as the author of "True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary," was born in Brittany, France, in 1673. He studied at the Jesuit College at Rennes and the Paris Seminary ef St. Sulpice and was ordained in 1700. On his first assignment to the hospital at Poitiers, he saw the need for a congregation of nuns to care for the sick and educate the young and founded the Daugh- ters of Wisdom. TO NAIEE 'IDEAL MOTHER' IN NEW ORLEANS ARCH- DIOCESE NEW ORLEAJqS--An "ideal mother" of the Archdiocese of New Orleans will be honorel this spring with the Regina Matrum Award of the Council of Catholic School Cooperative Clubs, it has been announced here. Archbishop Joseph F. Rummel of New Orleans will present the award at a session of the annual Catholic Parent Forum. Monk I;eat Pan;, na Canal CATHOLIC SCHOOLS guildLers To ]1i:. By 150 IN INDIES, POPE'S Y rs MISSION INTENTION . ea , Arm:le-Details -- !ie!00ii i obscure monk of Novita, Panama, is now the State of Columbia. It . anticipatedthe buildir/g of the was effected by the building of Panaina Canal by almost 150 a ditch which connected the At- years and in 17S3 constructed a rata River, which flows into the i for the ldropagation of the Faith, waterway which joined the At- Atlantic, with the smaller San lantic and Pacific Oceans, it has Juan River, which runs into the in announcing "Catholic Schools been disclosed in an article by Pacific. The ditch, or canal, wa. in the Indies and Ceylon," as the Eleanor Britton, social directress used by Indians or whites with pril mission intention of His of the Moore-McCormick Steam- canoes for ne transportation of Holiness Pope Pus XII. ship Company, who is considered an autho':ity on Latin American lore and customs. "A century before DeLesseps set foot on Panamanian soil," Miss Britton writes, "an obscure monk, Antonio de Cereso, con- structed a waterway which con- nected the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans. goods East and West and thus there came into existence the first waterway connecting the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. "During the administration of Teddy Roosevelt the project of the Cereso received serious con- sideration as an alternate location for the construction of the Pa- nama Canal." Declaring that the nationalistic aspirations of the peoples was on- ly a partial cause of the move to curtail Catholic school activities Mons:.gaor McDonnell asserted that the tendency is widespread throughout the British Empire, and attributed it to those in con- trol of lawmaking He cited the visit to London EVERYONE JOINS IN RESURRECTION PAGEANTS IN S,A, Sea Apostolate Progress in India Apostolatus Marls recently been opened Clubs have at Trinco- of Archbishop Patrick Ryan of Port of Spain, Trinidad, to pro- test the governmental threat to confiscate Catholic schools un- Jess the ludicrous proposal for joint teaching of Catholic and other doctrines be allowed. (Continued" from Page 1) the Betrayer has a prominent part in the proceedings. Effigies of Judas are sold, grotesque and hateful-looking and stuffed with straw and gunpowder. On Holy Saturday morning Judas swings from ropes suspended between houses and in front of stores. He is hooted and jeered at, with im- precations in vivid Spanish and Indian. A few minutes before twelve there is a sudden hush, an awesome stiIlness in the blare of noise. The crowd stands listen- ing, waiting for the noon signal. Suddenly, church bells boom all over town, the signal for which the people have been waiting. It seems to give vent to their pent- up feelings. Men and children rush toward the luckless Betrayer, cut him down and hurl him into a great bonfire, where he explodes with milch noise and smoke. Holy Saturday, Easter Sunday and Easter Monday ae fiesta days in Bolivia. "The most inter- esting feature of the fiesta are the men dancers, who make their appearance "Holy Saturday mor- ning," writes Father Collins.. "There are about sixteen men, dressed in brightly colored cos- tumes, led by a dance-master wearing a mask. They march in- to the chapel and dance before the statues, followed by drum- mers and a man playing a flute. The dance i rhythmical and cle- ver, consisting of much twisting and hopping about on one foot. "In the early morning they en- ter the church and pay a visit to the statue of the Blessed Virgin, singing a little song, 'Good Mor- ning, My Mother!' Then they start malee, (Ceylon), and calcutta. The latter club, first housed in the Jesuit Presbytery at Kidder- pore over twenty years ago and the first to be opened in the East, has been reconstructed on a splen- did scale, near to the main docks on the Hooghly River and along- side the new Stella Marls Church. Archbishop Roberts, S. J., has ap- pointed Rev. Dr. Holland as Port Chaplain for Bombay. Declaring that the same pro- posals were made on the other side of the globe, Mons::gzlor Mc- Donnell, quoted Bishop Bernard Regina of Kandy, Ceylon, as say- ing that the government proposed, among other things. "that our schools be transferred to them with a view to gradually taking possession of them and control- ling them in a way that would make our influence over them precarious." Wenzler & Ward, Inc. ENGINEERS  CONTRACTORS PLUMBING -- HEATING VENTHATING And Automatic Sprinkler Systems 91 CEDAR ST. MAin 8999 BADERS DUTCH BAKERY 2104 E. 65th St. Manufacturers of Original Dutch Claudia's Styling Salon (Under New Management) - COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE dancing around the village, paying Shortbread Cookies a visit to every house. In spite Permanents, $7.50 up of the heat and the exertion de- manded by the dance they keep it up all day long. They do this MAin 2557 2917 First Ave. also on Easter Sunday, and again on Eastel; Monday, when the fi- Evenings By Appointment KEe 1442 esta comes to a c____ lose'__' WASHING T ON, April 1. --  I (NC)Admiral Thierry D'Argen- ]l" lieu, retiring French High Cam-II STER missioner in Indo-Chin,a, is remem- J l bered here for his visit in Dec- J l , Don't Throw Your Old Sets Away ember, 1942, when he was on his JJ wffy from te Pacific to the II WE CAN DO A GOOD JOB F0tL YOU headquarters of General de Gaulle tl 5614 ainier LAnder 1841 in London. F THEY . It YOU   LOT OF tIDING PiO  MEAN BY IGHT. lk .uw IgH[irtHttl .,i "/!,  .......... IHY THIS SOl)PEN I} You u ranT. vOZe ,Tr  x7 YOU E ro <r ResmrlNs uFro, etrr rye ]k i k' Fs" iN i JOe 7' . El) Y W S O0 L aZIG -r KNOWN THE TMe WHeN OUl " E ,,, ..,, .,v. T/41S WAY. "- I( ,.r rv E o i'T '----lLm' ac e ar . o^-,c,, l ,"--'# IVlONEY-INBOODYEtF$.)  I I lllfP/I-ql POTHele. We.T] n .H,---.: .-OEbtt co,v|Nc-P i l  Me THAT EVERIOIE I vHe Hm- WY, 3/NOTHtNG om. IJL)'I'TOLD)/AND 51.1E hOPED NAT X/DID ! HehR. TI.IE I/VOID NO l.-qW P,(itqiiiS'/" " I 5"OE, WHAT 1"3 ....MIKE HE COULON'T BE h <[  ait WOel'g FIEI..1[ MaRRIA(iE?CE?TAINLY THINKING ADOOT IT, 'TO. '( TELEPHOh I TH5 ALL ABo0xP)( PLPHBOY AU. HIS LIFE JUST \\;'LT LD MP2Y ] HOT FROHt AN OLD "C I'LL APMIT THAT EVEN THE, FOI. YOU,4 | -'"( 15EC'K)e Ills FATiqEi HRD.-t > Pl  ONLEg$,kle .__BPK.HgLOR. LIKe ,(I I"HOL}(iHT OF: IT USED T0]5 0. :; <=f LIFE ' " TO ig CONTINUEI::7. SEATTLE RENTALS INSURANCE REAL ESTATE in Seattle Since 1901 Second and Cherry MAin 4350 m Airplane Models FORSTER'S MODELCRAFT MODEL AIRPLANES, TRAINS, BOATS MIDGET RACE CARS AND ACCESSORIES 2105N. 45th St. ME. 5508 Boston Cabinet & Fixture Shop CAmNS Of All Kinds Fixtures - Alferiions & Repairs LUMBER- MILLWORK A Complete WoGdWGrking Service 2220 Eastlake CA. 7121 EA'I'TLI 508Denny =y at 5 T$ [.X":,EtlIIIIL "Ira RES AND LSTAVIQ  s Hansen Baking Co MAin 5687, Ext. 13 Vance Building 600 1st Ave. No. 3rd & Union St. GA. 0040 EASTER GREETINGS Skinner &, Eddy Corporation [] SKINNER BUILDING HI-GRADE JJ Economy DAIRY I Department II sto,, FOIL IHLK & CF_lV[ CALL m-GRADE D,A__IIL Ili 1427 1st Ave. II 820 Yale Ave N MA. 1766 MAIn 1396 EASTER GREETINGS l Sundfdt Equipment Co. l 3422 1st So. MAin 1474 I m,= .,_  Easter Greetings J thompson ares. ! San-O.Gen Aut0 He-Build ' ' -o. I D,str,l:mhng c I 1020 E. Union St. 2019 Boren Ave. l CApital 1421 ELiot 4774 J '