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Ib--THE PROGRESS Friday, April 6, 1962 SOCIETY FOR THE @ao/nzqat&00 Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4Telephone MAin 2.8880 SOS FOR B.(. HEN we think of missions, instinctively our minds leave the country and roam to the four corners of the globe. Seldom do we think of missions in our own back yard, or just across the border at the next moorage. But such is actually the case. Just a few days cruise from the Ballard Locks one finds a real mission land, hazardous, challenging, beautiful in its natural setting but desperately in need of help. Those of us who have been fortunate enough to see the San Juans and to boat further on into Canadian waters should find the following editorial taken from The British Columbia Catholic a real challenge to our mission spirit. BARK FOR THE MISSIONS "When we speak of the missions of the Church and of mis- sionaries, through the power of association we visualize white robed priests, nuns and brothers working with pagans in distant lands. For most of us the term 'Home Missions' registers as an anomalous innovation. We simply don't estimate our archdiocesan secular clergy, at least, as missionaries working in mission territory. "The announcement that three of our priests are soliciting funds to purchase a mission boat is an occasion for all of us to become acquainted with and to aid in the 'Home Missions' d our archdiocese. "On the mainland coast the Archdiocese has two marine missions with headquarters at Alert Bay and Ocean Falls. Three o[ our priests are stationed in this vast territory which covers over 2,000 miles of actual coast llne. During the summer months the 165 calls of the Alert Bay missions (camps, mines, light- houses and isolated settlements) are approachable through ma- rine transportation. However, it is impossible for the one priest in the area to navigate the relatively calm waters and make all these calls in the warm months. "During the rest of the year turbulent seas and inlets are pro- scribing to the missionary mariner of the Catholic Church. His little open outboard must be drydoeked and the apostolic feet are restricted to only a fraction of the mission. "Such is not the ease with our separated brethren. The United Church of Canada covers the same area with aircraft (a '180 Cessna' and two 50-foot diesel-powered mission cruisers. "The Columbian Coast Mission of the Anglican Church has two boats in the area including a four-man medical missionary cruiser with a doctor and a minister on board. The Pentecostal Church has three boats in these waters. "To the people who live and work along the rugged coast line of our great province the missionary, regardless of denomi- nation, is a welcome sight. It is the protocol of the coast for the man of God to stop for a momentary visit with everyone, Indians and White. The missionary mariners and vessels of the Catholic Church are the least known, conspicuous by their infrequent calls. "Fathers Fagan (11 years on the coast), Beatch and Potanko (two years service) really need two all-year-round seaworthy ma- rine craft which will cost from five to ten thousand dollars each. Of the two areas the Alert Bay missions unanimously get the nod for the first boat. The appeal is out. With this issue of the B.C. Catholic it is hoped that our readership will respond generously and provide for an adequate 'bark of Peter' in the Home Missions of the Vancouver archdiocese." : DUBLI00I H'/'U00tt the ultimate in atmosphere and fine dining Entertainment Nightly Union Near Fourth MA 3-7340 Distinctive Continental Broiler Entertainment Nightly 00arpet 1628 Sth Ave. MA 3-5236 The above editorial was written by Rev. Father J. P. Carney of Vancouver. Now those who wish to help equip the missionaries for the stormy seas, and I hope their number is legion, please send their contributions to this office for the Alert Bay Missions. However, if you so desire, you may make your checks payable to The Alert Bay Missions and send them to: Rev. J. P. Carney 150 Robson St. Vancouver 3, B.C. Marylike Crusade P.O. Reports Issues Church ' New Smut Afire Code BARTELSO, IlL (NC)- The Marylike Crusade, a movement dedicated to modesty in dress, has issued a "Marylike Cede of Attire" for church and other sacred places. The code is printed in a prayerbook - size folder. The crusade has also issued a poster, 16x12 inches, for pub- licizing its campaign for mod- est church attire in schools and similar places. Copies of the code are avail- able for five cents each, five for 15 cents, and 100 for two dollars. Copies of the poster are available for 20 cents each. Both may be obtained from the Marylike Crusade, Bartelso, Ill. Convictions arrival of spring. The arrival was heralded by watermelons, can- taloupes, string beans, peas and other spring ."goodies." John has his usual assortment of other very fresh fruits and vegetables af your friendly IGA FOODLINER 145tk & Botkell Way Lake City Area t HEADLINES AND DEADLINES: Argentine Turn-Over (Continued from Page 1) Italy Wednesday to win Pre- mier Fanfani's approval of his controversial pattern for a loose European confederation of sovereign states. In the Congo, Leas, South Vietnam and Algeria the situ- ations have remained un- changed. Only in Argentina and Syria have there been definite devel- opments Which may affect the internal affairs of the two na- tions far into the future. Both reflect past instability and unrest, and both fore- shadow future uncertainties. The present superficial calm stems from dominating mili- tary fore which in both in- stances executed bloodless coups in taking over the gov- ernments. Frondizi Falls After four troubled years as President of Argentina, Arturo Frondizi was forced out of office March, 28 and was sue- DR. KRAMER Reviews The News leaders to step down last week, the commanders-in-chief of all three branches of the armed forces handed him an ultima- tum demanding his resignation. Afterwards he was placed under arrest, but at deadline he has not yet formally resigned. He contends he is still eonsti. tutionally President of Ar- gentina. He said he had battled with those who wanted to restrict democracy and those whoop posed his economic develop- ment program. While President Guido ba- longs to Frondizi's Intransig- nent Radical party, the party itself is split bgtween those who want Frondizi retarrned to power and those who are will- ing to work with the new executive. ..... On the other hand, the army ts keeping close rein on Guido, whereas the Peronists refuse to recognize him as the constitu- tional president. Incidentally, the Permaist leaders in Argentina admitted this week that Juan D. Peron, the former dictator now exiled in Spain, had hand-picked 30- some members of the illegal organization's council. Shop at KAUFER'S Open Monday Evenings Till 9 Shop for your Easter Gifts at the leading Catholic Supply Store on the Pacific Coast. MISSALS... St. Joseph Daily ......... 3.75 up St. Andrew Daily ........ 3.75 up Maryknoll ............. 3.95 up New Marian Daily ....... 2.75 up Knox Daily ............ 8.50 up Pins X ............... 2.75 only ROSARIES... Aurora Sterling ......... 9.00 up All Sterling ............ 3.75 up Pearl Sterling .......... 5.25 up Black Sterling .......... 4.50 up Non.Sterling ........... 20c up BIBLES... We carry in stock at all times all of the most popular bindings and prices. 4.50 to 60.00 PRAY DALLY FOR A VOCATION IN YOUR FAMILY EASTER, The Co. CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE .," RDS ,,,.,: 1904 Feurtk Avenue. MAin 2-4171 TACOMA: 744 Broadway, MArket 7-2702 L Stores Also in Spokane and Portland WASHINGTON--April 2 (NC) --The Post Office Department, in a report on activities be- tween February 3 and March 2, has cited convictions of four men in various p a r t s of the country on charges of violating postal anti-obscenity laws. The convictions were ob- tained against men in Haver- hill, Mass., Grand Haven, Mich., FayetteviUe, N.C., and Cincinnati, t h e department said. The Post Office also noted that during the same time a man was indicted on postal obscenity charges in Pittsburg, Kas., and two Fresno, Calif., men pleaded not guilty in Grand Rapids, Mich., to a 19- count obscenity indictment. ceeded by former Senate presi- office proved ist.dent' Jose Maria GuidO.gressional tic. tiaras resulted Anti.communist,it anti-Cuban, all6"l held Saturday.bYin started and and victm'ies the March took provincial eiee- high Guido withthe anti-Peroa- for court 18the was oath Peron- which eota- jus" ap- of  ,. I,-  D/ .  6 @ .___...   ist oandidates in 10 provinces. Although Frondizi exercised an emergency constitutional power in voiding the election results and sending troops into five key provinces, he was ac- cused of having pursued poli- cies that permitted the resurg- ence of Peronism in Argentina, as was shown by the voting strength of Peron's followers when they cast 35 per cent of the popular votes. He was likewise charged with permitting "Communist maneu- vering" on the part of one of his close advisers. There ap- pears to be some basis for this contention because, while by no means a Communist or pro- Communist himself, Frondizi was falling for the Communist line of coexistence and trade. When he refused to comply with the request of military Selak Selected For Bank School The Graduate School of Sav- ings Banking at Brown Univer- sity, Providence, Rhode Is- land, has announced the selec- tion of S. Josef Seiak, Pruden- tial Mutual Savings Bank as- sistant secretary, for its new class beginning in 1962. Selak will be one of 90 sav- ings bankers from throughout the country to attend the school, directed by the Na- tional Association of Mutual Savings Banks. He will attend the first of three yearly sum- mer sessions from June 10 to 22. Selak lives at 321 W. Pros- pect, in St. Anne Parish. Abou Your Organizations, Parish Clubs MARIAN CLUB meeting Wednesday, April 11, noon, St. Peter Claver Center. The Rev. Juan Boners, S.J., will discuss the Philippines. Slides of Cen- tury 21 will be shown. Mem- bers are asked to bring sand- wiches. Coffee will be served. ST. C O L E T T A SOCIETY FOR RETARDED CHILDREN meeting Tuesday, A p r i 1 10, noon, in the USO-NCCS Club. For further information call Mrs. J. E. Malo, WE 5-5732. EDMONDS, HOLY ROSARY PARISH Guild meetings. QUEEN OF PEACE Tuesday, April 10, 8 p.m., home of Mrs. James Mueller, 209 Casper St. QUEEN OF APOSTLES Wed- nesday, April 11, 8:30 p:m., Dine SEA HORSE " '""" BUDNICK'S i 1245 4th Ave. South Ocean Fresh Seafoods 3.3140 Budnlck's is gay and pleasant every day! You enjoy the Prime Rib savory cuisine of Chef Nee- Pardon us /or speeding, sler the clean decor thaf Clancy. 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PaTti., 12 to lS0 220 4th South ' I (Incerporatld) Drive S.W., Lynnwood. QUEEN It Block No. Train Depots) l: HARRY F. AROLD 6049 Seaview Ave. " - , SU; 31906 I ,AN LAIN. MALCOLMSON OF PROPHETS postponed to "" PAN AKEC Tuesday, April 10, 8 p.m., home i Jewelm emi $11vmitl of Mrs. Louise Hebert, 350 23rd lI!II"II"IlIII"I"llIn"II"lllIi""lII"l"l""l"I""I"I"Il"IlmIIl"ll" I Diamond Merchants st.Ave. S. QUEEN OF VIRGINS It.Ilia Me.t.,,. A n;. the r ;h, i Wednesday, April 1, S:30 pm, EVERY THURSD Y N00N I FINE WATCHES home of Mrs. Fred Lentz, 23310 11:30 UNTIL 20 CLOCK [ LASSWAR' Humber Lane in Sherwood Vii- LAND lags. QUEEN OF WISDOM FINGER ql 'g -- -- I S11 Pine St., Sear'fie Monday, April 9, 8 p.m., home LICKIN' wl" J, MA. 2-S033 of Mrs. George Beer, 1223 Pine CHII3KEN" 11 Plenty Free P rking and Latagno ..r.n, .am.q .,o.00sth N w. su. ,.too ST. M A R T I N MOTHERS iarllc Iread, Salad, Hors D'Oeuvrel . We cater to large or small meeting Tuesday, April 10, 1 Fisif Our Relrieyer Room parties, family groups or p.m., home of Mrs. Francis E .... receptions. When you patronize INCOME TAX SERVICE Flaherty, 2105 E. Highland lSth  ,..edison ,, s.5m ,,DOWNTOWN,, these firms, listed in the Drive. Mrs. John M. Waters, Overflow psrkinq courtesy ef 40S-1Sth Ave. East chairman. ' Foodland s,o,.. 610 Union MA.4-B84 Gourmet Lane, please ASSUMPTION PARISH Altar lllllllllf$1lllllllfllllUllllllllllllll[lllillillll[illlllllllfllllflilll,  ,,  w,l| mention The Progress. Seattle 2, Washington Society meeting Monday, April 9,1p.m., rectory. Mrs. Henry K;;t;sk 00idCkikcq ' Harold will present a lenten Easter cleaningwilltakeplace %lOS I 's Hrs. 10 a.m..6 p.m. Saturdays Tuesday, April 10, 'following 8:10 a.m. Mass. Sunday, April L:( hqOr.liel.qod[ ,l 15, is altar society Communion Famdy Restaurant Sunday for all members.  G ! tYs alloE1 " YOUNG L A D I E S INSTI- . 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