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10--TH[ PROGRESS Friday, April 10, 1984 i i ,.,.r , Taiwan A Church Served by Catechists Taiwan's Catholic population has increased more than 1,800 per cent in the last 16 years, In 1947, there were 12,000 Catholics, 17 priests and nodioceses; to- day, 660 priests, 580 Sisters and 304 churches serve over 200,200 Catholics. The missionary apostolate has penetrated the three main Taiwanese groups. The greatest number of Catholics are among the 2 million refugees from the mainland; and increasing amounts are found among the 200,000 mountain aborigines, former head- hunters; and a small but sizeable group among the old Taiwanese- Chinese, the most difficult to convert because of superstition, pagan cults and close family ties. New catechetical schools and an increase in lay catechists have greatly influenced the recent build-up of the Taiwan mis- sion. Over 1,100 lay catechists have mastered many difficult local dialects and often personally have carried materials up mountainous 'regions to build churches. Efforts are being made to improve facilities and training in c'atechetical schools. The Catechist School of Taitung, established in 1958 by the Bethlehem Foreign Mission, is moving to larger headquarters where students will have the advantage of "practice teaching" at adjacent parish and agricultural schools. The Jesuits Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 conduct a three-month catechetical course in Kwan-hsi, the Mary- knoll  Fathers run a one-year course in Taichung and a Divine Word Father leads a special one-year course for girls in Kaoh- stung. Needs Are Still Great Despite the progress being made by individual catechetical schools, better results could be obtained if they were consolidated into one Pastoral Missionary Institute. A tendency toward colo- nialism still prevails among missionaries and catechists because of a lack of understanding and adaptation to Taiwan's culture. In many cases Taiwan-Chinese are compared with those of the main- land, whereas their religious attitudes are different. r A joint effort would enable educators to keep pace with the =rapidly ehanging religious attitudes of the mfueians, Taoists and Buddhists, allow Chinese priests to participate more ac- tively, alleviate the burden on individual missionary societies, prevent colonialism, and allow for the preparation of a basic religion textbook, one based on local needs rather than a cam- pendium of existing books. These problems are gradually being recognized and work is going on right this very day 1o eliminate these conditions. It is with great confidence that we look forward to the future of the IEhurch in Taiwan. We are sure, also, of your constant prayers for them. ..-,. !THIS REPRODUCTION, highlighting the New York World's Fair, is a forerunner of several beautiful cachet envelopes from the New York and Seattle World's Fairs, showing the Unisphere and the Space Needle. Two covers are available for $1. Three covers of the Vatican Pavilion, showing the "Plata" and Pope Paul VI, are $1 each. Two complete covers of the Pope's Pilgrimage to the Holy Land 'are $3. Send your donations to Rev. Stephen Szeman, Arch- icesan Director, Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 07 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. Cat out this column, pin your saerifiea to it and mail it to Father Szemaa, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 08104. Distinctive Continental Broiler Entertainment Nightly (garpet 1628 5rh Ave. * MA 3-522;6 serving all faiths centrally located FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1684 1lib Avenue * EAet 2.7484 one block north of pine Btreet ROTC 'Reviews' 13th REIGNING OVER the 13th annual Military Ball given by the ROTC Cadet Brigade of Seattle University will be, from left, Queen Janice Waiters, junior, and princesses, Kathy Albright, freshman; Kathy Bacon, sopholnore, and Linda Lowe, senior. "Reviewing" the court are members of the ball committee, from left, Fred Bruener, publicity chairman; Dennis Westover, Cadet Brigade Commander; Patrick Connolly, general chairman, and Mike Flaherty, Military Ball Court queen and ccurt chairman. The ball will begin at 9 p.m. Friday, April 10, in tbe Grand and Spanish Ballrooms of the Olympic Hotel, following a reception at 8:30 p.m. in the Evergreen Pacific Room. The court will be presented under an arch of swords during the dance intermission. Brigadier General Joseph Murray, Tenth U.S. Corps, U.S. Army, will crown the queen. (Photo by Forde Photographers). R::: :: : :' %: ':::?', ............ / 5!!:? ! : i::Zi:! ::)Z:+:!:. ?..i. " .... .-." :-',gnz,::::::. r+.:,:: .... .... SU, Gonzaga Three Get 4.0 . .:.: i::::%f ' ........... :;:,: ."i:!'!: i !::.. Ziii: ::Z :q ::: i : il :51ili![ i ii:!:::!.': ' :&::::iil Z :. To Exchange OLYMPIA -- Three students i;::ii!:i::i .ii:ii: : ..... '!: i: at St. Placid High School :::.::. ........ i: ";. ....................  ............... .. ,:::..: .................... ;:. :::: ; .... : .... ;: achieved 4.0 grade point aver- Art Teachers ages for the third quarter. They ::: ............................  ....... " ..... Seattle and Gonzaga Univer- are Nancy Crow, junior; Deidre !: 2i:.r::: jl ggNIl sities will exchange art teach- Kidd, sophomore, and Barbara ers and artistic techniques dur- McKenzle, freshman. Others: : :+: "::k: z' v ..:,:::e : := ''i:'mll ing April. , JUNIORS--Ellana Herrero, Anne Haff- . :*:!i!2 : . ?f Seattle University s assistant man, Kathy Hursey, Paula McMakln, . :::: ::.: ". x. ..::.:: Kathy Meredith, Janlce Ordos Toni '::;:;:: ? mz::   : I art professor Marvin Herard dardTwnsend'soPHOMORES_Lynnand MaryMarYRyan.Taylr'Burflend;Mary AllceStd" iiifiii.;i:,  will teach sculpture and t h e ii theory of three-dimensional art Damltlo, Jill Feeney, Roberta Klehl, ; Rlta Johnson, Mary O'Bryan and Kathy ii i:l in Spokane and Richard Ing- wm,e. !! i:i:ii::::::!i alia, head of the Gonzaga art Fuller, Susan Johnson, Virginia Klehl, @. ? . : FRESHMEN--Anna Backer, Patrlcla : :::'; : department, will offer training Kathy Labrecque, Sandra Madison, changethementsraphyin Not theart onlyingraphicbeinghomes.teachersSeattle'are exchanged,artSteachingBothWillandmenalsoas"lithg" Jgn-willbutex. Maureen O'Connell and Marie SheD. be accompanied by their fami- Spring Styles at St. Luke's MRS. ROBERT Best, left, will model and Mrs. James Healey is decoration chairman for the "Bouquet of Fash- ions," the annual style show sponsored by the St. Luke's Mothers Club. The affair, beginning at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 14, in the school auditorimn, 337 N. 175th St., will feature the newest in spring styles. Mrs. Wi'lliam P. Hagen is general chairman and members of the dub will nmdel. --(Photo by W. C. Heib IT.) with answersto your personal Questions What Will People Think? DEAR MISS YOUNG: Please, please tell me how to get away from my home and parents! I'm 26 and have an excellent job in my home town. I love the town, my job and my parents. BUT I want to get an apart- ment with a couple of my girl friends and get out on my own. My parents put on a big crying "crisis" stunt every time I men- tion it. "No girl lives in an apartment in her home town if she has a nice home and loves her parents." "What will people think?" If I don't find a solution, I'm going to get clear out of the state.OLD ENOUGH DEAR OLD ENOUGH: At 26 you certainly should be mak- ing your own decisions. Every human being MUST live his or her own life. Free will, remember? God thinks so much of our free will that He'll let us choose hell if that's what we want. If your two girls friends are good, moral women, join them. But before you do this, have a respectful talk with your par- ents. They are naturally going to be lonesome for you after 26 years so try to understand the way they feel. You can help smooth things over by making frequent visits. As to what people will think: If you behave yourself and give no cause for gossip, it is not important what THEY think. Our first duty is to our own conscienee. SUGGESTION: Any major decision (such as this one) must be made unemotionally, without tears. Write down the pros in lies. Both Ingalls a n d his wife Marjorie are SU ales. Herard received a Fulbrighl scholarship in 1961-62 for stu at the Academy of Fine in Florence, Italy, where he specialized in bronze casting. He has exhibited his sculpture at major shows throughout the Northwest and in Italy, New York, Detroit and Los Angeles. 66 on O'Dea's Honor Roll A total of 66 students are listed on the honor roll re- leased by O'Dea High School for the past academic per- iod, including: 20 Club -- John Fowble, James Me- Kay and Pat Welch. 19 Club -- Robin Carter, Edmund Obertl, Lawrence Rehmke, John Rup- nick, William Schuller and Paul To- mich. 18 Club -- Verne Benedfct, James BerBer, Robert Brooks, Steve Dodd, Robert Engelbert, Thomas Holberg, Richard Hall, Charles Hlgglns, Steve Kocharhook, Oennls O'Leary, Michael Rlccl, Michael Sands, Erllng Syverstad and Joseph Zohn. 17 Club -- Darryl Oallsky, Dennls Dallsky, Bruce Droppelman, William Haoland, Mike Jones, Mike Kaiser, John Kearney, Stan Kokorowski, Mike McDonough, Mike Millet, James Nel. son, Fred Pascua, Joseph Redburn, Al- bert Spadonl, Judd Todd, Joseph Tou- gas, Paul Tourlgney, Martin Walsh and Tom Whiting. 16 Club -- John Arlma, Mike Ban- non, William Brown, James Crouse, James Dubuque, Paul Everltt, Ter- rence Gelger, Charles Haaland, Dan Hughes, Dan Josue, Larry Kerschner, David Korkowskl, Larry Lennon, Brian Llekhus, James Mylet, Donald Prasnlk- ar, James Rammlnger, Ralph Russell, Steve Segadelll, Tom Sherburne, How- ard Spangler, Richard Spengel, Larry Warren and David Zlmmer. Marylhurst Names Seattle Women To H.S. Conference MARYLHURST, Ore. -- Eight Seattle women have been ap- pointed counselors by Maryl- hurst College to represent their college at the Washington High School College Conferences be- ing held for juniors in high schools throughout the state. All graduates of Marylhurst ROSARIES MEDALS and Imported and CHAINS Domestic Sterling and Other MISSALS 1st COMMUNION GIFTS Widest Selection Daily and/or Veils, Ties, Sunday Arm Bands KAUFER CO. I I  4th at STEWART MA 2.4173 also . . . Spokane and Tacoma first in catholic suool es I Washington Owned and Operated Stores I With WOOLEN QUALITY CLEANERS You Can Be Sure Each Garment Is Given Expert Individual Care and Attention KNIT SUITS A SPECIALTY CHARGE ACCOUNTS INVITED FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY Two Locations to Serve You 1205 So. K St. in the K street business district WOOLEN CLEANERS in Lakewood JOHN SCHILLER, MEMBER ST. 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Pray over them for 24 hours and then make Mesdames James Higgins, Ar- i your decision and trust in God. Sincerely, thur J. Barkshire. P.obert L. Open HOT CAKES Breakfast | Johnston, J. A. Harvey, Wil-  --- AND E LORET'TA YOUNG Michaelliam Hart,McKayRObertand J" Monks,Donald  0 II.llht0 W AF F.LE rS.o I el and | Not Old Enough Dorres. " g (from our n,p" p .ntka [] D | 6 p.m. Served All Day t ...... .* i EAR MISS YOUNG: I am a "young lady," 14 years of age  -= AIwovs a Friendly Welcome m i ----'----'----'*----- = TOMMY'S LUNCH [] in the ninth grade of high school. CURRAN & CURRAN When you. patronize Anorneys My father refuses to allow me to go to any of the dances at IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE these firms, listed In the State of Washington tar the County of 1 Seourlty Market--3rd and Virginia Gourmet Lane, please my school claiming that I am not old enough. He does allow me King to go to the monthly church dances as long as he takes me and tnENRIGHT,the Matteroeceased.Of the Estateln SARAHNo. TOMMY and PAULINE KIRK--Proprietorl mention The Procjress. brings me back. He says I must wait until I am 16 years old 17022]. Notice of Hearing Final Report Members at St. Alphonsus Parish before I can go alone to school dances. This has embarrassed me with my friends who consider me "strange." Please write and tell my father that he is old-fashioned and will be responsible for my being an old maid,--POTENTIAL OLD MAID DEAR MAIDEN: Yes, it is true that you ARE different from the other kids. Different in the best possible way. You are a lovely girl whose father must love her very much. I'd be will- ing to bet my bottom dollar that you do not end up an old maid. Personally, I've always found it more fun NOT to run with the "pack." It gives you a chance to develop your own indi- viduality. Sometimes it does make you seem strange to others, but always interesting. The boys may not rush the good girls off their feet, but they always marry them--wait and see! Sincerely, LORETTA YOUNG and Petition for Distribution. Notice Is hereby given that Ethel B. Shannon, Admlnistrutrlx of the Estate of Sarah Enrlght, has filed In the office of the Clerk ot said Court her final Report and petition far distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, dislrlbute the property to the persons thereto en- titled and to discharge said admlntstra- trtx; and that said Report and petition will be heard on the 6th day of May, 1964, at 9:30 A.M., at the Court Room of the Probate Department of said Court, at which time and place any persan In- terested in said Eslate may appear and file oblections thereto and contest the same. Dated this glh day of April, 1964. Date of first publication, April 10, 1964. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court. By R. E. BOARMAN, Deputy. CURRAN & CURRAN Attorneys for Estate, 213 4th Avenue South, P.O. Box 148 Kent, Wash. Final 4-24-64