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Friday, April 18, 194"7 CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page Seven 7 s00cuR00 Your 00o+or. At Thls i t i'(; CONVENIENT .-.i .Q Each wee, or month, thou- sands of Seattle-families make rogular visits to this convenient corner to build, and preserve, their {amify securif. To securo fhelr future by tuck- ing-away part of their incomes " regularly in a Puget Sound Sav- ings Insured Account. And not only are thelr savln9 s absolutely safe but they earn seml-annual dividends. Joln these senble Seaffle fam- iIies by opefilng your Puget Sound account today. = As lisle as $|.00 will get you darted. DCCW Leadm Hear PleaFor More+ Activity Wide Fieltes Wom- en s Talents, Speakers Tell Council "You can do no finer work than by cooper, xting dth the Confraternity of Christian dot- trine," declared the key. Walter Mortek of Kelso in an address to the annual conference of West- TW0 U, $, BIS$)PS I LITURGICAL MUSIC AWARD ARE TRANSFERRED I TO NEWDIOCESESJ Bishop Dworschok Auxil. of ,Fargo and Bishop M Carty Coadjutor of Rapid City (N. C. V. C. News Ser-ice) WASHINGTON, April 12--Two members of the American episco- pate are translated to new dio- ceses in appointments by His Holi- ness Pope Plus XI!, word of which has been received here by ern and Southern Deanei-i.es, Di-! His Excellency Archbishop Am- ocesan Council of Cathohc wo , = - I |eta G'ox anni Cico,nani. Apostolic men, held h Tl:ldaYamaSt. Pat- Delegate to the United States. rick Pans a ,  The Most Rev. Leo F. Dwarf- "The confraternity brings re-lchak, Titular Bishop of Tium is ligious instrucuon to the re-ltranslate d from the Coadjutorship ligiously under-privileged dist- of Ranid Sn. , rl.... +_ z r cts I - r- CILv, uu ar=ua u tricts of the diocese to d'st i be Auxil'ar " to the Most key far from Catholic schools often .... _ Y_ , ..... -: ' . t AIOUSlUS J. Muencn, usnop oz distant from Catholic churcnes,"  ...... I argo, tortn 19aKoa. Father Mortek said. The Most Rev. William T. Me- "You should continue this ac- tivity which you call rural re- ligious aid, you should if pos- sible extend this very valuable program." Father Mortek's talk was one of the high lights of .the after- noon program Father Gill Appeals For Children The Rev. Theaaas Gill, Seattle, Director . of Catholic Charities appealed for more understanding and cooperation with the program of Catholic child care and place- ment. The Catholic children's bureau T. M. DONAHOE e President R. A. IIcBEAN ROY C. MILLER Vice-Pres. Secretary DIRECTORS A. G. Sears Paul Isaacson Vm. Anderson Roy C. Miller Frank Barrett P.A. Schaefer T. M. Donahoe Agnes G, HanSley is now caring for 675 children f]pn -wwY Aig. of all ages from infancy to ,--ffi,-- *-,--,-,:v ---,. young adulthood, Father Gill said. & MADISON STREET Mrs. R. C Sehank, Seattle, :. president 5f D. C. C. W. presided, assisted by Mrs. Stephen Michael, fiTA/ ]ngTflRN Tacoma, and Mrs. George Downer, UI611/IiII'IIII/IILiIII Olympia, Western and Southern rIPfl|l# IPtPILIPfilPfi fill Deanery Presidents. II;I;W III*INPIII'A Ill Conference Opens With Mass ' " '"*= ......... w. " The day's program opened with MEET IM EUrDETTI High Mass in St. Patrick Church |rr| ||1 [[[l[/| at which the aev. A. H. Allard of Sacred Hart Church To- -- I coma preached an appealing Conference of Catholic Isemon. ,, , . -,- I "Our Lord and Savior Jesus women Leaaers /o tc00rist was never alone when He Report on Many [went forth on His missions, de- ,... cared Father Allard." Achvtles J "He always had friends with -- JHim and so th church must Central and %Vestern Deaneries[have laymen and women interest- of Diocesan Council of Catholic ted in its work for the Salvation %men will hold a joint confer-lot Souls. ence, Tuesday, April 22, in Ev-[ "You cannot all be St. Francis erett. Sessions will be in IN-[of Assist, or Damiens or Xaviers macuser. Conception parish hall. but all can have some little part Mrs. i Richard C. Shank, Seattle, in the grot work of Catholic president of Diocesan Council of action. At times the work may Catholic \\;omen, will preside and be discouraging, but in the end O Carty, C. SS. R, Titular Bishop of Anea, is translated from Mili- tary Delegate of the Armed For- ces of the United States to be Coadjutor B!shop of Rapid City I with the right of future succes-[ stun and with the full faculties of a residential bishop. Returns To ,Home See In going to Fargo, Bishop Dworschak returns to the diocese of which he was vicar general at the t!me of his appointment as Coadjutor Bishop of Rapid City, last June. He was born near In- "The Catholic Choir Master Liturgicai Music Award" for lresented to Nicola A. Montani, K. C. S. S., American composer and a leader in the revival of liturgical music in this country. Most key. Hugh Lamb, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia, is shown making the. presentation of the award which will be given annually by the Society of St. Gregory of America. to a prominent figure in- the ,.field of liturgical music. (NC Photos) dependence, WIN., April 6, 1900, A _' *,* "  . "lk r '1 and s*udied at St AloLsius School , - ,.z00ktltl[I:lOll OT t.00tla00700/ViaNDS Arcadia, WIN., and St. John's Col-[ . q , lege and Seminary, Collegeville, g'  * A ][ ] prior to ord00ation for[ ,ball 00PTancIsco z%TcntllOC00S00 the Diocese of Fargo in 1926. I As vicar general of the see [7"___ l_Jt 1-) *  - * :Mohsignor Dworschak was char-] v/ ()TL., S D,gg_,S[,, I"TOV,[C- ged with the adminis, tration of the " 'Diocese of Fargo .fter Bishop] ' " Muench went to Germany on his WASHINGTON, April 12--(NC) the San Francisco suffragans, and [present mission as Apostolic VLS- --The Archdiocese of San Fran- 'will enjoy moral unity with the itator to that country Archbishop ^.. .... ..o ,  .....  , [ArchbishoFric of the mainland." Cicognani affronted at Bishop . . . . . - ]z, lanana-Gtmm Added to Japan , leslaslcai provmce m me orld Dworschak s episcopal consecra- c " "  " " ' ] Before the appoin,aaent of Bis- tion in St Mary's, Cathedral Far- With the recent addition of the [hop Apollinaris W. Baiimgartner, I  August 22 1946 ' ' Vicariate Apostolic of Guam to ] O F M Cap as Vicar .kpos- O, on o , - " " " . - Bishop McCarthy is Redempforist the province, it extends from the relic of Guam in 1945, that juris- B'slo McCart who was born'Utah-Colorado[ border acrossmore diction included only the Island of : p Y,  " a g II [than 6,000 miles and nine time Guam Since then the war torn at Crosmnoville, P. Auoust ,. . . - 1889 attended school at Kane ]zones to the former Japanese-l islands of Saipan. Tinian, Rata " "n held Ryukyu Islands and all others of the Marianas ,North Girard and North East, z -" I oo o ......   oa  [ In making the announcement Igroup have been added to the Vi j Pennsyl ....  .... w= .... a.n , . , . c- priest of the Redemptorist Con-Jar the territorial change, ord of Jariate, and last of all the = Lwhzch was received here from the Rvukvus outhwest of Ja an , reation by Cardinal Farley at " i 3 * '  " P , I.,u N Y in 1915 "He taught [Hly Father. His Excellency J have been entrusted to Bishop - f l-xr' f'11c "NTnrfh Archb:shop Amleto GIoxanm C1- P,aumgartner. ' ,'. "" ..':..-:':,t-'_'- eognani Apostolic Delegate tel The pro-nce m)w includes ho a_,., ya. zrom Jv o loll an. " " , " "' ..... .... " ....... 1 h It he United States explained that lMetropolitan See Of San Fran- :nsun: o%l::r;r 7;lto 6: ( the Vicar Apostolic of Guam does [eiseo, the Dioceses of Reno, Sac- He was also' prefect of student. not become a suffragan bishop of t ramento, Salt Lake, and HonolUlu, the Ietropolitan See of San and th Vicariate Apostolic o at the Esopus seminary from 1921 Francisco, but dll be listed with Guam to 1930. and' rector of the semin- ary from 1939 to 1943. she will be assisted by Mrs. J. the efforts of many will spell suc- Roulon Compton, Seattle, president cess, your goal should be "one of Western Deanery, and Mrs. W. fold and one Shepherd," eon- D. Hewitt. Everett, president of eluded Father Allard. 'orthern Deanery The conference will open with high Mass at 9:30 in Immaculate Conception Church Registration will be at 10:30 in Immaculate so- cial hall. The first conference session will e at 11 a. m. also in the social hall. Mrs. Schank will call the meeting to order and the Rev. Thomas Quain, Seattle, moderator of the D. C. C. W., will give the opening prayer Mrs. James L. MGreal, Seattle, will report on nominations for Diocesan officers and there will ,be election of D.C. C.W. treasurer and auditor, dean- cry vice-president and treasurer A no-host luncheon will be served in the social hall at 12:30 and: the welcome will be by the key. William Fitzgerald, pastor Immaculate Conception, the wel- come from the Northern Deanery by Mrs. Hewitt, the response by Mrs. Campion. The at Rev. Msgr. .I.G. Stafford of Bellingham and Mrs Schank will also speak brief- Iy. Officers to Report Officers and activity chairmen who Will report at the afternoon meeting include Mesdames Camp- ton, V. C. Settersten, S. L. Gro- S-eakers , Bishop McCarty was provincial -- '.P .... = J of the Baltimore Province of the uner memoers oz tne cmr,yd who spoke briefly were the at. ! Redemptorist Father ,~ when, in . , r v ,z ..... ct [ 1943, he was named Titular Bish- Patrick"='" OSthe ................... Rev. Thomas Quain,' ""' up of Anea and, Military Delegat Seattle' diocesan moderator the |t His Eminence Francis Cardinal Rev. Gabriel Donohue, O. S. B.  Spellman, Archbishop of New Olympia, deanery moderator. Reports of activities were by women from both deaneries. Wo- men of St. Patrick's were host= esses at the delicious luncheon Schools Provide Music Catholic Mtisic was by the Francelians of St. Leo High School and by instrumentalists from Visitation Villa. Mrs. E. J. Carey, Vancouver, Mrs. Mark Dolliver, Tacoma, Mrs. J. L. McGreal, Seattle, comprised the nominating committee Officers Elected Diocesan officers elected for the coming two years include Mrs. T. E Carmody, Seattle, treasurer, and Mrs P. J. McCluckey, Se- attle, auditor Women got underway today at the Mrs. George Delaney, Tacoma, council's headquarters here. " W On hand for the sessions were was named vlce chairman, est- 'ern Deaney, and Mrs. Carl Klit- Archbishop Robert E. Lucey of gaard, Tacoma, was elected treas- San Antonio, and Bishop Emmet urer. M. W'alsh of Charleston, Episcopal Officers for Southern Deaneyl chairman and assistant Episcopal are Mrs. Agnes M. Silver, Van- Chairman, respectively, of the De- couver, vice-chairman, and Mrs. partment of Lay Organizations, National Catholic Welfare Con- Ed Malloy, CentraHa, treasurer. Cities represented by delegates terence, which embraces the Wo- : i n c I u d e d Centralia, Chehalis, men's Council. Dan, Ralph Nachtmann, B. J. Riv- erman, J. L. Nicliolson, H. T. O'Brien, Helen W"hims, Robert A. Fees, Fred Dehlinger, N. A. Mar- row, Iver Johnson, Franl Lemke, Thomas Ginnaty, Thomas Meeker, Victor Haus, Arthur Sauvain and Miss Mabel Luby of the Central Deanery Northern deanery officers a n d chairmen who will have brief re- ports are Mesdames Hewitt, F. J. Payette, E. C. Meyers, James Ashe, J, P. Nunamaker, E. J. Kil- Iien, Frank Van Meighan, M a r y McMu!len, A Fish, Warren Clark, C. O Hillis, Vernon Pierce, Charles Elma, Montesano, Longview, Kcl- so, Olympia, Raymond, South Bend ,and Vancouver, Also, Buck- ley, Eatonville, Morton, Midland, Fife, Puyallup, Sumner, Steila- cadre City and Tacoma. Diocesan Board Meeting The diocesan open board meet- ing wll be held May 26 at the Roosevelt Hotel, Seattle. Hospitals Dismiss Chilean Labor 1 Forces Spht By Com_munists Five Labor Leaders. Are Murdered By Reds t York, "in the latter's capacity as Military Vicar of the Army and Navy Diocese Cardinal Spellman officiated at ' Bishop McCarty's consecration on January 25, 1943. NCCW BOARD MEETS IN WASHINGTON, D,C, 4 WASHINGTON, April 14--(NC) --With a variety of topics dealing with future policies on the agenda, !he three-day spr:'ng meeting of the officers and board of directors of the National Council of Catholic Among the problems facing the officers and directors are: selec- tion of delegates to represent \\; the N.C.C.W. at the Congress of Inter- national Union of Catholic Wa- rden's Leagues i Rome from Sep- t.mber 11 to 16, and other matters relating to the international union; future plans of .the N.C.C.W. Com- mittee, on cooperating with War P, elief Services---National Catholic Vrelfare Conference; and selection ,f the site for the N.C.C.W. no- Gorman, John Mitcke, E. P. Don- D S ti g [tional convention in 1948. egan octors uppor n CARDINAL GIVES INVOCA- The Rev. Thomas Gill, Seattle, Birth C I Bilil director of Catholic Charitie.s, will ontro , TION AS UN ACCEPTS i!iiri/i:ii!l:, i:i" i '." " . ,../ :" !-:-: 'i . "."../ ". i?' L!A.i'I ,.TB.ACT, .i. ,5}- i -i..:,.i --- Skelly, Hartford diocesan director :permanent UN headquarters site I;ASUToLAND CATIIOLIC ED I-CATION PROGRESSES, Maseru, Basutoland, Sou t h Africa /CIP) Twenty young neg- roes are at present studying or th priesthnd at St. Augustine's Sem:nary. korea. Basutoland. Five ,f these k,ave just entered two of Lhe.m coming from Basutoland, t lv, ont 'l'z a n.'van l, n(i r,iie from ,Swaziland. of hospitals here. The policy of the hospitals was made plain by Father Skelly in answering a jo'nt letter signed by six non-Catholic doctors who were dismissed from the staffs of three Catholics hospitals, because they refused to withdraw their r, ames from a list of doctors sup- porting a birth control bill pend- ink in the Connecticut Con,:rat Assembly, along the East River CONTIR%L AT FIKHANG SCHOOL LISBON, -- Bishop Emanu.e" Trinidad Sagueiro, Auxiliary o' Lisbon, visited the Fishing Schoo' near Lisbon to confirm severa of the pupils before they left for their first trip on the cod-fishing bo.t thai Ko to ih Nct.,'l'r, uwl. land banks. SANTIAGO de CHILE--(CIPI --Organized labor in the Republic of "Chile, split into two factiops as a result of Communist maneu- Vers, recently received the visit of a delegation from the Latin 3,merican Workers' Federation (Confederacion de Trabajadores de Americana Latina (CTAL). The delegation, consisting of Ru- ben Izcaro and Lizandro Cama- cho. failed, however, completely in its efforts to re-establish unity in what used to be the most powerful and efficient 1 abor movement in South America. There are at present two or- ganizations both calling them- selves Confederacion de Trabaju- dares de Chile (CTCH, Chilean Workers' Federation) one anti- Cc.mmunist , the. other Commu- nist-dominated. Both have main rained affiliation with CTAL, which has its headquarters t Mexico City and is led by Vicen- te Lombardo Toledano, whose pro-Communist sentiments are norious. "Comrade" Toledano In a letter addressed to CTAL headqfiarters and referring to Lombardo Toledano as "Cam- rade President of the CTAL," the Washington's law restricting taxes on real estate makes home ownerSidp in this state less expensive than in many localities. If you p!au to bay a home or other real estate be sure it is protected by a TITLE INSUR- ANCE Folicy in this company. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPA000000. Capital $I,350,000 A genl SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin I534 L. S. Booth, Cimirman Charhon L. Hall, Prcsidznt "Demand the Best - It Costs No More'" non-Communist Chilean Woo'kerN" The Seattle Serra Club. parent Fed or matmn of the groups noxx eration recently explained why , : "- " "unity" is not possible in Chilean =ostering vocations for the priest- labor The four siamrs Bernar hood in a score of cities, will send ZOUl" represenaves o :ne do Ibanez, General Secretary, .... Carlos Godoy and HipoIPo Suave- Serra Internatmnal conventmn m ., becomes - Ch,cago, April 20 aid 26 These -- ember er-m'oseSS*n tra, Assistant Secretaries, and i " - : - ten ( risieu r "o No will in lude D1 T %r Shechan Isidore Godoy, Foreign Relations " e " " her most ars to com- "a;a- ,, past president of the international for all the rtain o[ a -. Secretary, pointed out that un- it" " has been destro" ed b" Cam Charles N Smith international -.on can ._abrillianceau" J . .t, .xxr . - {rotI Y Y - . ' trustee and Richard Ward past mon(t'*.' by selecUUscien" munust acts of violence and by " " " ' ....  * rare bea .hieh v,'e b a; -, ,  nelnatlohal se r ta :V S atle their efforts to control labor 'by ........ diana"/ raae ab':'ntern: or - Serra elected "Viliiam Ryan, its using methods of coercmn and barbarism " president as official delegate and ] tical/! .nt!arts. ee .... Js vh Scanlon as alteznate I tiona '.- inx, ortaUtta, The letter recalled t-at five , Mre" Ry, Rn s detamea" m "Seat i c. .ourse c: a:t*re )-on ot prom{nent labor leaders in Chile i " " " " m  --  have been aurdered by Carom'u- tthattie bYMrbusineSS,scanionand it is likely!  tars  , _ufibea ut)'" ....... ,. ._:, will cast Seat- "-- bctteratue nuN,s: reoro rou,, vL. I " + ' , des ballot at the conen on ortiz, Alamiro Quintero, Javier,' ' " J j  Jara and Romelio Tapia His Ea_'inence Samuel Cardinal t Stritch, spiritual director of Serra  IIII'||VA&! I International will preside and ) -": IIL! /LI|L-. ULLMI| quct aL the convention's close. 00K INTO THEDIAMOND i CONSTITUTION TO - ..... ,I 61e & Rock 'SHELP PO!_]SH HE00AE00Y i eson i]00YOJ(E "[0 1510 Wcstlake Ave., Seattle DEMANDS BILL OF C S, Venezue a, ApriI 8. l the communist delegates, the Con-  stituent Assembly of Venezue!a has voted that the .preamble to NE%V YORK, April 14--(NC)-- the new constitution, now. being I The Polish Bishops have issued a i will Invoke i drawn up, specifically [formal declaration demanding that i the guidance of God for the ration : 15 basic provisions be included in Seamen May Now Receive Comunion At Any Hour In British Archdiocese Mothers' Club To HaM Card Party At St: Martin College OLYMPIA, April 15 -- St. Mart- :n Mothers Club of Olympia will give a card party in the College Commons on Tuesday evening, April 22. Mrs. Mark Malloy, presi- dent of the club, says the party will be the first in a series to be held at St. Mrtin's since before ious communities. a!s and convalescent homes. There were 6,7]0 visits made to Catholic 0Yer Night Hike For i and non-Catholic homes. Girl Scout Troop 89 CLERGY TO AID :dEXICO COMBAT CATTLE FEVEB Girl Scouts of Troop 89 are an- MEXICO CITY, D. F.---AII Lmipating eagerly their annual ll Mexican prelates have been cir- overnight hike th!. Friday, to lculated by Archbishop Luis M:. Tarywovd, Mercer I,,._.,J. Vith Martinez of Mexico, to secure increased skill in eampcrafL as their co-eperation with the Mexi- their objective, the gh'ls, led Ly can government in the campaign Mrs. P. O. D. Vcdova and Mrs. against foot-and-mouth disease F. B. Bonne!i, will take part in aftosa fever, which has bcce'ne a nature study, explore the myster- erious problem in the nation's the war when they were frequent  ies of tin (tan cookery ad buddy and popular social events . :burners, and learn the fine art of "Mrs. H A. Lorenzen is chair- preparing appetizing meals over man for the affair She will be as- a campfire. sisted in serving refreshments af- ter the card games by Mrs. Frank I -emers of the troop are: Barbara Bonnell, Beverly Bec- C1em, Mrs. Ed Davis, 'Irs. Joel ....... (son Mary Kay Schaaf Carolyn Dormelly Mrs. M. A. Lv=q,, ' - ' rs ] Douglas Alice Moore .lerma Mrs William Robbins an ,t . " ' Jean Vedova, Thal!a Nimw..% Mar- Lucille Whalen. caret Richardson, Marilvn Brand, ![Joan Tuohy, Joan Earles, Patric- Fireman Uses GI Fund ia Griswold, Ruth Fmrton. Bar- To Study As Trappist Sinner.bra McKinnon, Cathcrine Anne NEW YORK--Thoras P. J- T. JOSEPI! PAI{!N GIL Walsh. a New York fireman and COIVi. TO RECEIVE war veteran, will use benefits of "SUNDAY the "GI Dill of Rights" to atudy in a Trappist seminary. Girl Scouts r:f Sit Jo:eph The Brooklyn-born veteran has Pari.h will receive Hely Cqmmun- been granted by Fire Ce.mmis- ion at the 9 o'clock Mass, on stoner Frank J. Quayle an indef- Sunday, April 29. inite leace of ,absence without pay ............ to enter the Monastery of the MARKS 100T},* BIRTHDAY Holy Ghost of the Cistertians near Atlanta, Ga, as a seminarian. During the war, Mr. Walsh served with the 71st Chen.ical Isiding at St.  nthr,nv !-h,p t_! Warfare E, attalion in the Pacific. ]for 20 years, h, o.e."ved her lie i a m;t,il,.r ,f Ih0 N. i'. i.',z' [ lOOth hirlhda)-. Y-;I, (;.ic: :::,,.I Dep.artmont Gl=e Club. t IeaL(h. aLtle-raising industry. McCABE and MeCABE Attorneys-at-Law [ Pomeroy Washington " i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF i PIERCE COUNTY. State of Wash- i ing on. 'In the matter of the Etate of Edwin ! F. Benson. deceased.--No. 29,621. i Notice of Sale.  Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned, as administrator with the win annexed of the etate of Edwin F. B=nson. deceased, pursuant Io order of the above entitled cour will se!l at private sale the follnv'ing described ral es,a*e ituated in King County, tale of Washington. to-wit: All right, title and interest in" Lots 8. 9, 10 and undivided one:half of Lots 11 and 12 in B!ock D. Lots 7, 8 and North half of Lpt 9. in Block C, and Lpt. I. 2. 3 and 4 in B]oAk D, and Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6 in Block C. Harbor Heights. Vashon Ls]and. Such property to be sold for cash, :en pr cent of bid price to be deposit- od with bid. balance payable on con- Firmation of sale. any saJe hereunder being subiect to contirrnation by the b4ve ent':tled court. Bid or offers for said real estate "n,Jst bo in v.r:'mg and ha!l he felt at the o/ficc [ C. A. McCabe. admnis- Irator. Farw-r National B;,qk Bldg., Pomeroy. Wa:-hlngton, and will be re- ceived and opened on the 26th day of ....... April, 1947, a tn o'clock a. m.. and if QUEbeC. - .'TiF'. C:ris':r..Jr - no acceptable hiT is then :eeei-,.d such phir.e Laporte, who has boe r,,- sale will be h::Id open thereafter, but " : no bid w!ll b*. received after- si i months from said date. Dated this ist day of April, 1947. C. A. McCABE. , . ,%1 dni .tr:,!,,- :ff '::-6:1 e'.L+e ['ir41 l);itAieii;n. Aplll Jl, lrlT. "" F/hal publ/eatlon. April I 19?. Wm. A. Sullivan Asks Support F0r Fire Safeguard Campaign OLYMPIA. -- VVilIiam A. Sulli- van, Washington Insurance Com- .,iss oner ard State Fire Marshal, appeals to the people of Washing- Ion to lend their aid to the forth-, Holy V;eek Services this year eming Spring Clean-Up and Elec- were to be_ hId again at Sinajana t:,-ical Safety Campaign, April 20i Church. which h.s been designaIed to 26. He pointed out that during las the pro-Cathedral. When the 1946 the national fire waste to-i city .of Agana i rebuilt, t2m tak;| $561,4h7,000. the h;Khe:t lo. -I (-'athcdra! will he a{aln Iocaled on es in 0 yeaz:s. ....... i its riginal slte. " .... AGANA, Guam.--Undismayed by the havoc resulti;, from the Japanese occupt:on =d the battle when their island was regained by the United States, the Catholics of Guam have already done exten- sive work toward repairing ,and re- building churches of this Vicariate. Guam Catholics Start Rebuilding -Churches Devastated By War of the war. Father Selga was di- rector of the Philippine Weather Bureau observatory: The Aanila observatory was be- :n by the Spanish Jesuits under the Spanish administration and continued it on the request of the United States when this country took over the Philippines in 1899. methodology of the movemcnl now in Rome, Mrs. Brady said. Dr. Jean David, U. of Vv'. pro- fessor who presided as chairman of the meeting here Friday ex- pressed appreciation to the many who assisted in arrangement. "It was a splendid demonstration of i Catholic cooperation an/ solidar- ity," Dr. David said. well as to Catholic papers, Mrs. Brady said. It is the purpose of the organ:.zation to carry its work U,S Honors Spam'sh into the fields of radio and mo- tion pictures, i Jesmt For Weather "The international news service 'Pro Deo' was inaugurated in 1939 [ Aid I. Philinnin00s by two Belgians, Father Felix j "--" ....  rr - Morlion O. P. and Dr. Hein Hoe-I ----- ben" lrs Brady related. Father MANILA, P. I., April 14.-- Morlion appealed" to Mrs. Brady irNC).Befre hm, return,t0 S.Pmn -  "h lie Ev denc  Ior reuremen ne -e% ala.lg'uel an expenencea a o . i . ' " ....... e late hu. I eiga a Spanish Jesuit priest wa t.UlIU speaker ana n r s-, e " + ' " J " .... ' " " v ment  pr sen ed with the American oana o inaugurate me mo e. I .... ............ 42 , Medal of Freedom by the United in ne unitext ates in iv . ....... ]States Army for his aid to U. S. The Pro Deo mst*tute m rome,   forces by maintaining a Philippine now hag 126 students Iron a nuN- . . .  ..... tweather service m the early days ber of countries stuaytng tne MRS, BRADY TELLS Postwar Church In Marianas Dedicated ORIGIN AND AIM By Bishop Baumgartner as a fundamental principle in its i tbe Polish constitution now being' I (NCWC News Service) ; code of laws. drafted by the newly elected Po-! OF'PRO DEO' WORK Guam. April 14.; ]]ish Parliament. he Parliament'. LONDON. -- The Westminster Before a representative aud- ience of Seattle Catholic leaders, Mrs. Acna M. Brady. of New York City, Friday evening out- lined the origins and purposes of the Pro Deo movement, of which he is an international director. The Very Rev. Joseph P. Dougherty, Chancellor of the Dio- cese, presented Mrs. Brady to the group assembled in the Providence Hospital auditorium. International Centers ,of Infor- mation Pro Deo, are engaged in the Apostolic of Public Opinion are now supplying Catholic news gathered in Europe ad the Americas to the secular press as ed extensive damage. eminaries and to cst.abli.h relig- group, who, in the past: yoar visited ].0,855 patients in hospit- --Dy Cable)--The first of the' 'l=v,,ln] Wnman |recently completed a draft of a i ........ ' S v  llhIlllM VV V ,a l arcnolo ese naN D:en granLea [ac - p. twar per,,.anent Catholic [ternoorary constitution ( e, : - - - - . , " . . . . 00a00r002e:2st%:Fi00Lm00,00TaV2 Leaves $20,000 To ! @, Hierarchy's declaration, re-iLo] s ct:enaubleo:et'Cnnt.trec:':; v .... ' ,, _ I porte zrom Warsaw to the nter- ...... ., i- -f the The Day, Lne /po LleSll p U was dedicated here yesterday by JrJ'hn|I Charltmel Cathol c Press Agency here de-.   " - "  - B sho- A-ollinaris W Bam r" vtaasvu, Ll-.,,, ' e_ here nas announceo. i, v . . u ga - Imands that the new constitution ,  _ ner, O. F. M. Cap., Vicar Apos- ,---- Jrecognize that the State is sub- "It is hoped that the Ho.y e tolic of the Maranas, with a po n- CLEVELAND, Apn!_ 16--(NC)ljec t to natura law; guarantee may extend thin pnv,Aege throu.gh- = rne Wlll OI lrs ratnanna 1-111 , out the orld the /& OtLonlDS tLical 1Vial.. attended by Rear --- ' " .... -equality to m] citizens before c v- . " -" P :" " Admir   pr,-,u   , [debrandt, wife of Charms riime-|n  ............  +. - .... i national board stated. val Gov n b-andt whlch was fried or pro-. r or of Guam, and Mrs.[ " , Ix-ate property" assure Catholic ............ bate here left $50000 to four . " '- . ." Pownall and Caotain Vlton An-I ' ' ..,, famflms the nht to )re their DEN'ER LEGION UP MRY derson, Civil Administrat6r, and[ Cathhc mshtutmns. Mrs. nnoe-[hildre n a Christian geducation" VISITED 10,855 I''rlENTS M Ibrandt diea nere in January.   . ' " " * rs. Anderson.  ......... .:.-Jeuar:I agamst the abuse of DEN-VER -- At ervices held Tno '-''"r'- --- 2 ...... I t lexis mospzai was gwen w r  r'" r * ' " ,nu czz was na oI .t n " . ..... IF "e ny pmce ,r nv political :n Lhe Denver Cathedral to mark Vinc-nt  ........ , ,1. ...... ,. _,151,,000; the flame Ior ne Ageo, Zrou_ s. roxid " { b i " r " '  : m --'7 ........ V w: .'[c,f th Little Sisters of the Po@r, [o,'[" p . ,:.=ran lega.., s o, the 12th an:tverary of the c[mt- resLora on iroN war aama e us t ,, u c . r n ,,, n ] L-r Arcn ' "" :  n anon. qt lnh,' *4nsnital -10- t '- ' '" : ' '"  ium o,. th- Legio'. of 5.,_. y, ' - near n completion Dur]n the  ....................  ' "[_ '.' ,tate. and rccon!ze the Church's .: ... .,,. ....  Vhr nf Donver 000 while $200(N) was ocqteatneJ .. r .  " " war all but four of the Cathohe . " ..... ! ..... .. t,hts tn pers ;nal poI:rLy, to laudcn the ac-omnlishrn-nt of the churches in the Vicariate sutfer- l::efc::l:nd? armes opor-found and conduct sehool: and " " ""  - Friday, April 18, 194"7 CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Page Seven 7 s00cuR00 Your 00o+or. At Thls i t i'(; CONVENIENT .-.i .Q Each wee, or month, thou- sands of Seattle-families make rogular visits to this convenient corner to build, and preserve, their {amify securif. To securo fhelr future by tuck- ing-away part of their incomes " regularly in a Puget Sound Sav- ings Insured Account. And not only are thelr savln9 s absolutely safe but they earn seml-annual dividends. Joln these senble Seaffle fam- iIies by opefilng your Puget Sound account today. = As lisle as $|.00 will get you darted. DCCW Leadm Hear PleaFor More+ Activity Wide Fieltes Wom- en s Talents, Speakers Tell Council "You can do no finer work than by cooper, xting dth the Confraternity of Christian dot- trine," declared the key. Walter Mortek of Kelso in an address to the annual conference of West- TW0 U, $, BIS$)PS I LITURGICAL MUSIC AWARD ARE TRANSFERRED I TO NEWDIOCESESJ Bishop Dworschok Auxil. of ,Fargo and Bishop M Carty Coadjutor of Rapid City (N. C. V. C. News Ser-ice) WASHINGTON, April 12--Two members of the American episco- pate are translated to new dio- ceses in appointments by His Holi- ness Pope Plus XI!, word of which has been received here by ern and Southern Deanei-i.es, Di-! His Excellency Archbishop Am- ocesan Council of Cathohc wo , = - I |eta G'ox anni Cico,nani. Apostolic men, held h Tl:ldaYamaSt. Pat- Delegate to the United States. rick Pans a ,  The Most Rev. Leo F. Dwarf- "The confraternity brings re-lchak, Titular Bishop of Tium is ligious instrucuon to the re-ltranslate d from the Coadjutorship ligiously under-privileged dist- of Ranid Sn. , rl.... +_ z r cts I - r- CILv, uu ar=ua u tricts of the diocese to d'st i be Auxil'ar " to the Most key far from Catholic schools often .... _ Y_ , ..... -: ' . t AIOUSlUS J. Muencn, usnop oz distant from Catholic churcnes,"  ...... I argo, tortn 19aKoa. Father Mortek said. The Most Rev. William T. Me- "You should continue this ac- tivity which you call rural re- ligious aid, you should if pos- sible extend this very valuable program." Father Mortek's talk was one of the high lights of .the after- noon program Father Gill Appeals For Children The Rev. Theaaas Gill, Seattle, Director . of Catholic Charities appealed for more understanding and cooperation with the program of Catholic child care and place- ment. The Catholic children's bureau T. M. DONAHOE e President R. A. IIcBEAN ROY C. MILLER Vice-Pres. Secretary DIRECTORS A. G. Sears Paul Isaacson Vm. Anderson Roy C. Miller Frank Barrett P.A. Schaefer T. M. Donahoe Agnes G, HanSley is now caring for 675 children f]pn -wwY Aig. of all ages from infancy to ,--ffi,-- *-,--,-,:v ---,. young adulthood, Father Gill said. & MADISON STREET Mrs. R. C Sehank, Seattle, :. president 5f D. C. C. W. presided, assisted by Mrs. Stephen Michael, fiTA/ ]ngTflRN Tacoma, and Mrs. George Downer, UI611/IiII'IIII/IILiIII Olympia, Western and Southern rIPfl|l# IPtPILIPfilPfi fill Deanery Presidents. II;I;W III*INPIII'A Ill Conference Opens With Mass ' " '"*= ......... w. " The day's program opened with MEET IM EUrDETTI High Mass in St. Patrick Church |rr| ||1 [[[l[/| at which the aev. A. H. Allard of Sacred Hart Church To- -- I coma preached an appealing Conference of Catholic Isemon. ,, , . -,- I "Our Lord and Savior Jesus women Leaaers /o tc00rist was never alone when He Report on Many [went forth on His missions, de- ,... cared Father Allard." Achvtles J "He always had friends with -- JHim and so th church must Central and %Vestern Deaneries[have laymen and women interest- of Diocesan Council of Catholic ted in its work for the Salvation %men will hold a joint confer-lot Souls. ence, Tuesday, April 22, in Ev-[ "You cannot all be St. Francis erett. Sessions will be in IN-[of Assist, or Damiens or Xaviers macuser. Conception parish hall. but all can have some little part Mrs. i Richard C. Shank, Seattle, in the grot work of Catholic president of Diocesan Council of action. At times the work may Catholic \\;omen, will preside and be discouraging, but in the end O Carty, C. SS. R, Titular Bishop of Anea, is translated from Mili- tary Delegate of the Armed For- ces of the United States to be Coadjutor B!shop of Rapid City I with the right of future succes-[ stun and with the full faculties of a residential bishop. Returns To ,Home See In going to Fargo, Bishop Dworschak returns to the diocese of which he was vicar general at the t!me of his appointment as Coadjutor Bishop of Rapid City, last June. He was born near In- "The Catholic Choir Master Liturgicai Music Award" for lresented to Nicola A. Montani, K. C. S. S., American composer and a leader in the revival of liturgical music in this country. Most key. Hugh Lamb, Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia, is shown making the. presentation of the award which will be given annually by the Society of St. Gregory of America. to a prominent figure in- the ,.field of liturgical music. (NC Photos) dependence, WIN., April 6, 1900, A _' *,* "  . "lk r '1 and s*udied at St AloLsius School , - ,.z00ktltl[I:lOll OT t.00tla00700/ViaNDS Arcadia, WIN., and St. John's Col-[ . q , lege and Seminary, Collegeville, g'  * A ][ ] prior to ord00ation for[ ,ball 00PTancIsco z%TcntllOC00S00 the Diocese of Fargo in 1926. I As vicar general of the see [7"___ l_Jt 1-) *  - * :Mohsignor Dworschak was char-] v/ ()TL., S D,gg_,S[,, I"TOV,[C- ged with the adminis, tration of the " 'Diocese of Fargo .fter Bishop] ' " Muench went to Germany on his WASHINGTON, April 12--(NC) the San Francisco suffragans, and [present mission as Apostolic VLS- --The Archdiocese of San Fran- 'will enjoy moral unity with the itator to that country Archbishop ^.. .... ..o ,  .....  , [ArchbishoFric of the mainland." Cicognani affronted at Bishop . . . . . - ]z, lanana-Gtmm Added to Japan , leslaslcai provmce m me orld Dworschak s episcopal consecra- c " "  " " ' ] Before the appoin,aaent of Bis- tion in St Mary's, Cathedral Far- With the recent addition of the [hop Apollinaris W. Baiimgartner, I  August 22 1946 ' ' Vicariate Apostolic of Guam to ] O F M Cap as Vicar .kpos- O, on o , - " " " . - Bishop McCarthy is Redempforist the province, it extends from the relic of Guam in 1945, that juris- B'slo McCart who was born'Utah-Colorado[ border acrossmore diction included only the Island of : p Y,  " a g II [than 6,000 miles and nine time Guam Since then the war torn at Crosmnoville, P. Auoust ,. . . - 1889 attended school at Kane ]zones to the former Japanese-l islands of Saipan. Tinian, Rata " "n held Ryukyu Islands and all others of the Marianas ,North Girard and North East, z -" I oo o ......   oa  [ In making the announcement Igroup have been added to the Vi j Pennsyl ....  .... w= .... a.n , . , . c- priest of the Redemptorist Con-Jar the territorial change, ord of Jariate, and last of all the = Lwhzch was received here from the Rvukvus outhwest of Ja an , reation by Cardinal Farley at " i 3 * '  " P , I.,u N Y in 1915 "He taught [Hly Father. His Excellency J have been entrusted to Bishop - f l-xr' f'11c "NTnrfh Archb:shop Amleto GIoxanm C1- P,aumgartner. ' ,'. "" ..':..-:':,t-'_'- eognani Apostolic Delegate tel The pro-nce m)w includes ho a_,., ya. zrom Jv o loll an. " " , " "' ..... .... " ....... 1 h It he United States explained that lMetropolitan See Of San Fran- :nsun: o%l::r;r 7;lto 6: ( the Vicar Apostolic of Guam does [eiseo, the Dioceses of Reno, Sac- He was also' prefect of student. not become a suffragan bishop of t ramento, Salt Lake, and HonolUlu, the Ietropolitan See of San and th Vicariate Apostolic o at the Esopus seminary from 1921 Francisco, but dll be listed with Guam to 1930. and' rector of the semin- ary from 1939 to 1943. she will be assisted by Mrs. J. the efforts of many will spell suc- Roulon Compton, Seattle, president cess, your goal should be "one of Western Deanery, and Mrs. W. fold and one Shepherd," eon- D. Hewitt. Everett, president of eluded Father Allard. 'orthern Deanery The conference will open with high Mass at 9:30 in Immaculate Conception Church Registration will be at 10:30 in Immaculate so- cial hall. The first conference session will e at 11 a. m. also in the social hall. Mrs. Schank will call the meeting to order and the Rev. Thomas Quain, Seattle, moderator of the D. C. C. W., will give the opening prayer Mrs. James L. MGreal, Seattle, will report on nominations for Diocesan officers and there will ,be election of D.C. C.W. treasurer and auditor, dean- cry vice-president and treasurer A no-host luncheon will be served in the social hall at 12:30 and: the welcome will be by the key. William Fitzgerald, pastor Immaculate Conception, the wel- come from the Northern Deanery by Mrs. Hewitt, the response by Mrs. Campion. The at Rev. Msgr. .I.G. Stafford of Bellingham and Mrs Schank will also speak brief- Iy. Officers to Report Officers and activity chairmen who Will report at the afternoon meeting include Mesdames Camp- ton, V. C. Settersten, S. L. Gro- S-eakers , Bishop McCarty was provincial -- '.P .... = J of the Baltimore Province of the uner memoers oz tne cmr,yd who spoke briefly were the at. ! Redemptorist Father ,~ when, in . , r v ,z ..... ct [ 1943, he was named Titular Bish- Patrick"='" OSthe ................... Rev. Thomas Quain,' ""' up of Anea and, Military Delegat Seattle' diocesan moderator the |t His Eminence Francis Cardinal Rev. Gabriel Donohue, O. S. B.  Spellman, Archbishop of New Olympia, deanery moderator. Reports of activities were by women from both deaneries. Wo- men of St. Patrick's were host= esses at the delicious luncheon Schools Provide Music Catholic Mtisic was by the Francelians of St. Leo High School and by instrumentalists from Visitation Villa. Mrs. E. J. Carey, Vancouver, Mrs. Mark Dolliver, Tacoma, Mrs. J. L. McGreal, Seattle, comprised the nominating committee Officers Elected Diocesan officers elected for the coming two years include Mrs. T. E Carmody, Seattle, treasurer, and Mrs P. J. McCluckey, Se- attle, auditor Women got underway today at the Mrs. George Delaney, Tacoma, council's headquarters here. " W On hand for the sessions were was named vlce chairman, est- 'ern Deaney, and Mrs. Carl Klit- Archbishop Robert E. Lucey of gaard, Tacoma, was elected treas- San Antonio, and Bishop Emmet urer. M. W'alsh of Charleston, Episcopal Officers for Southern Deaneyl chairman and assistant Episcopal are Mrs. Agnes M. Silver, Van- Chairman, respectively, of the De- couver, vice-chairman, and Mrs. partment of Lay Organizations, National Catholic Welfare Con- Ed Malloy, CentraHa, treasurer. Cities represented by delegates terence, which embraces the Wo- : i n c I u d e d Centralia, Chehalis, men's Council. Dan, Ralph Nachtmann, B. J. Riv- erman, J. L. Nicliolson, H. T. O'Brien, Helen W"hims, Robert A. Fees, Fred Dehlinger, N. A. Mar- row, Iver Johnson, Franl Lemke, Thomas Ginnaty, Thomas Meeker, Victor Haus, Arthur Sauvain and Miss Mabel Luby of the Central Deanery Northern deanery officers a n d chairmen who will have brief re- ports are Mesdames Hewitt, F. J. Payette, E. C. Meyers, James Ashe, J, P. Nunamaker, E. J. Kil- Iien, Frank Van Meighan, M a r y McMu!len, A Fish, Warren Clark, C. O Hillis, Vernon Pierce, Charles Elma, Montesano, Longview, Kcl- so, Olympia, Raymond, South Bend ,and Vancouver, Also, Buck- ley, Eatonville, Morton, Midland, Fife, Puyallup, Sumner, Steila- cadre City and Tacoma. Diocesan Board Meeting The diocesan open board meet- ing wll be held May 26 at the Roosevelt Hotel, Seattle. Hospitals Dismiss Chilean Labor 1 Forces Spht By Com_munists Five Labor Leaders. Are Murdered By Reds t York, "in the latter's capacity as Military Vicar of the Army and Navy Diocese Cardinal Spellman officiated at ' Bishop McCarty's consecration on January 25, 1943. NCCW BOARD MEETS IN WASHINGTON, D,C, 4 WASHINGTON, April 14--(NC) --With a variety of topics dealing with future policies on the agenda, !he three-day spr:'ng meeting of the officers and board of directors of the National Council of Catholic Among the problems facing the officers and directors are: selec- tion of delegates to represent \\; the N.C.C.W. at the Congress of Inter- national Union of Catholic Wa- rden's Leagues i Rome from Sep- t.mber 11 to 16, and other matters relating to the international union; future plans of .the N.C.C.W. Com- mittee, on cooperating with War P, elief Services---National Catholic Vrelfare Conference; and selection ,f the site for the N.C.C.W. no- Gorman, John Mitcke, E. P. Don- D S ti g [tional convention in 1948. egan octors uppor n CARDINAL GIVES INVOCA- The Rev. Thomas Gill, Seattle, Birth C I Bilil director of Catholic Charitie.s, will ontro , TION AS UN ACCEPTS i!iiri/i:ii!l:, i:i" i '." " . ,../ :" !-:-: 'i . "."../ ". i?' L!A.i'I ,.TB.ACT, .i. ,5}- i -i..:,.i --- Skelly, Hartford diocesan director :permanent UN headquarters site I;ASUToLAND CATIIOLIC ED I-CATION PROGRESSES, Maseru, Basutoland, Sou t h Africa /CIP) Twenty young neg- roes are at present studying or th priesthnd at St. Augustine's Sem:nary. korea. Basutoland. Five ,f these k,ave just entered two of Lhe.m coming from Basutoland, t lv, ont 'l'z a n.'van l, n(i r,iie from ,Swaziland. of hospitals here. The policy of the hospitals was made plain by Father Skelly in answering a jo'nt letter signed by six non-Catholic doctors who were dismissed from the staffs of three Catholics hospitals, because they refused to withdraw their r, ames from a list of doctors sup- porting a birth control bill pend- ink in the Connecticut Con,:rat Assembly, along the East River CONTIR%L AT FIKHANG SCHOOL LISBON, -- Bishop Emanu.e" Trinidad Sagueiro, Auxiliary o' Lisbon, visited the Fishing Schoo' near Lisbon to confirm severa of the pupils before they left for their first trip on the cod-fishing bo.t thai Ko to ih Nct.,'l'r, uwl. land banks. SANTIAGO de CHILE--(CIPI --Organized labor in the Republic of "Chile, split into two factiops as a result of Communist maneu- Vers, recently received the visit of a delegation from the Latin 3,merican Workers' Federation (Confederacion de Trabajadores de Americana Latina (CTAL). The delegation, consisting of Ru- ben Izcaro and Lizandro Cama- cho. failed, however, completely in its efforts to re-establish unity in what used to be the most powerful and efficient 1 abor movement in South America. There are at present two or- ganizations both calling them- selves Confederacion de Trabaju- dares de Chile (CTCH, Chilean Workers' Federation) one anti- Cc.mmunist , the. other Commu- nist-dominated. Both have main rained affiliation with CTAL, which has its headquarters t Mexico City and is led by Vicen- te Lombardo Toledano, whose pro-Communist sentiments are norious. "Comrade" Toledano In a letter addressed to CTAL headqfiarters and referring to Lombardo Toledano as "Cam- rade President of the CTAL," the Washington's law restricting taxes on real estate makes home ownerSidp in this state less expensive than in many localities. If you p!au to bay a home or other real estate be sure it is protected by a TITLE INSUR- ANCE Folicy in this company. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPA000000. Capital $I,350,000 A genl SEATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin I534 L. S. Booth, Cimirman Charhon L. Hall, Prcsidznt "Demand the Best - It Costs No More'" non-Communist Chilean Woo'kerN" The Seattle Serra Club. parent Fed or matmn of the groups noxx eration recently explained why , : "- " "unity" is not possible in Chilean =ostering vocations for the priest- labor The four siamrs Bernar hood in a score of cities, will send ZOUl" represenaves o :ne do Ibanez, General Secretary, .... Carlos Godoy and HipoIPo Suave- Serra Internatmnal conventmn m ., becomes - Ch,cago, April 20 aid 26 These -- ember er-m'oseSS*n tra, Assistant Secretaries, and i " - : - ten ( risieu r "o No will in lude D1 T %r Shechan Isidore Godoy, Foreign Relations " e " " her most ars to com- "a;a- ,, past president of the international for all the rtain o[ a -. Secretary, pointed out that un- it" " has been destro" ed b" Cam Charles N Smith international -.on can ._abrillianceau" J . .t, .xxr . - {rotI Y Y - . ' trustee and Richard Ward past mon(t'*.' by selecUUscien" munust acts of violence and by " " " ' ....  * rare bea .hieh v,'e b a; -, ,  nelnatlohal se r ta :V S atle their efforts to control labor 'by ........ diana"/ raae ab':'ntern: or - Serra elected "Viliiam Ryan, its using methods of coercmn and barbarism " president as official delegate and ] tical/! .nt!arts. ee .... Js vh Scanlon as alteznate I tiona '.- inx, ortaUtta, The letter recalled t-at five , Mre" Ry, Rn s detamea" m "Seat i c. .ourse c: a:t*re )-on ot prom{nent labor leaders in Chile i " " " " m  --  have been aurdered by Carom'u- tthattie bYMrbusineSS,scanionand it is likely!  tars  , _ufibea ut)'" ....... ,. ._:, will cast Seat- "-- bctteratue nuN,s: reoro rou,, vL. I " + ' , des ballot at the conen on ortiz, Alamiro Quintero, Javier,' ' " J j  Jara and Romelio Tapia His Ea_'inence Samuel Cardinal t Stritch, spiritual director of Serra  IIII'||VA&! I International will preside and ) -": IIL! /LI|L-. ULLMI| quct aL the convention's close. 00K INTO THEDIAMOND i CONSTITUTION TO - ..... ,I 61e & Rock 'SHELP PO!_]SH HE00AE00Y i eson i]00YOJ(E "[0 1510 Wcstlake Ave., Seattle DEMANDS BILL OF C S, Venezue a, ApriI 8. l the communist delegates, the Con-  stituent Assembly of Venezue!a has voted that the .preamble to NE%V YORK, April 14--(NC)-- the new constitution, now. being I The Polish Bishops have issued a i will Invoke i drawn up, specifically [formal declaration demanding that i the guidance of God for the ration : 15 basic provisions be included in Seamen May Now Receive Comunion At Any Hour In British Archdiocese Mothers' Club To HaM Card Party At St: Martin College OLYMPIA, April 15 -- St. Mart- :n Mothers Club of Olympia will give a card party in the College Commons on Tuesday evening, April 22. Mrs. Mark Malloy, presi- dent of the club, says the party will be the first in a series to be held at St. Mrtin's since before ious communities. a!s and convalescent homes. There were 6,7]0 visits made to Catholic 0Yer Night Hike For i and non-Catholic homes. Girl Scout Troop 89 CLERGY TO AID :dEXICO COMBAT CATTLE FEVEB Girl Scouts of Troop 89 are an- MEXICO CITY, D. F.---AII Lmipating eagerly their annual ll Mexican prelates have been cir- overnight hike th!. Friday, to lculated by Archbishop Luis M:. Tarywovd, Mercer I,,._.,J. Vith Martinez of Mexico, to secure increased skill in eampcrafL as their co-eperation with the Mexi- their objective, the gh'ls, led Ly can government in the campaign Mrs. P. O. D. Vcdova and Mrs. against foot-and-mouth disease F. B. Bonne!i, will take part in aftosa fever, which has bcce'ne a nature study, explore the myster- erious problem in the nation's the war when they were frequent  ies of tin (tan cookery ad buddy and popular social events . :burners, and learn the fine art of "Mrs. H A. Lorenzen is chair- preparing appetizing meals over man for the affair She will be as- a campfire. sisted in serving refreshments af- ter the card games by Mrs. Frank I -emers of the troop are: Barbara Bonnell, Beverly Bec- C1em, Mrs. Ed Davis, 'Irs. Joel ....... (son Mary Kay Schaaf Carolyn Dormelly Mrs. M. A. Lv=q,, ' - ' rs ] Douglas Alice Moore .lerma Mrs William Robbins an ,t . " ' Jean Vedova, Thal!a Nimw..% Mar- Lucille Whalen. caret Richardson, Marilvn Brand, ![Joan Tuohy, Joan Earles, Patric- Fireman Uses GI Fund ia Griswold, Ruth Fmrton. Bar- To Study As Trappist Sinner.bra McKinnon, Cathcrine Anne NEW YORK--Thoras P. J- T. JOSEPI! PAI{!N GIL Walsh. a New York fireman and COIVi. TO RECEIVE war veteran, will use benefits of "SUNDAY the "GI Dill of Rights" to atudy in a Trappist seminary. Girl Scouts r:f Sit Jo:eph The Brooklyn-born veteran has Pari.h will receive Hely Cqmmun- been granted by Fire Ce.mmis- ion at the 9 o'clock Mass, on stoner Frank J. Quayle an indef- Sunday, April 29. inite leace of ,absence without pay ............ to enter the Monastery of the MARKS 100T},* BIRTHDAY Holy Ghost of the Cistertians near Atlanta, Ga, as a seminarian. During the war, Mr. Walsh served with the 71st Chen.ical Isiding at St.  nthr,nv !-h,p t_! Warfare E, attalion in the Pacific. ]for 20 years, h, o.e."ved her lie i a m;t,il,.r ,f Ih0 N. i'. i.',z' [ lOOth hirlhda)-. Y-;I, (;.ic: :::,,.I Dep.artmont Gl=e Club. t IeaL(h. aLtle-raising industry. McCABE and MeCABE Attorneys-at-Law [ Pomeroy Washington " i IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF i PIERCE COUNTY. State of Wash- i ing on. 'In the matter of the Etate of Edwin ! F. Benson. deceased.--No. 29,621. i Notice of Sale.  Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned, as administrator with the win annexed of the etate of Edwin F. B=nson. deceased, pursuant Io order of the above entitled cour will se!l at private sale the follnv'ing described ral es,a*e ituated in King County, tale of Washington. to-wit: All right, title and interest in" Lots 8. 9, 10 and undivided one:half of Lots 11 and 12 in B!ock D. Lots 7, 8 and North half of Lpt 9. in Block C, and Lpt. I. 2. 3 and 4 in B]oAk D, and Lots I. 2. 3. 4. 5 and 6 in Block C. Harbor Heights. Vashon Ls]and. Such property to be sold for cash, :en pr cent of bid price to be deposit- od with bid. balance payable on con- Firmation of sale. any saJe hereunder being subiect to contirrnation by the b4ve ent':tled court. Bid or offers for said real estate "n,Jst bo in v.r:'mg and ha!l he felt at the o/ficc [ C. A. McCabe. admnis- Irator. Farw-r National B;,qk Bldg., Pomeroy. Wa:-hlngton, and will be re- ceived and opened on the 26th day of ....... April, 1947, a tn o'clock a. m.. and if QUEbeC. - .'TiF'. C:ris':r..Jr - no acceptable hiT is then :eeei-,.d such phir.e Laporte, who has boe r,,- sale will be h::Id open thereafter, but " : no bid w!ll b*. received after- si i months from said date. Dated this ist day of April, 1947. C. A. McCABE. , . ,%1 dni .tr:,!,,- :ff '::-6:1 e'.L+e ['ir41 l);itAieii;n. Aplll Jl, lrlT. "" F/hal publ/eatlon. April I 19?. Wm. A. Sullivan Asks Support F0r Fire Safeguard Campaign OLYMPIA. -- VVilIiam A. Sulli- van, Washington Insurance Com- .,iss oner ard State Fire Marshal, appeals to the people of Washing- Ion to lend their aid to the forth-, Holy V;eek Services this year eming Spring Clean-Up and Elec- were to be_ hId again at Sinajana t:,-ical Safety Campaign, April 20i Church. which h.s been designaIed to 26. He pointed out that during las the pro-Cathedral. When the 1946 the national fire waste to-i city .of Agana i rebuilt, t2m tak;| $561,4h7,000. the h;Khe:t lo. -I (-'athcdra! will he a{aln Iocaled on es in 0 yeaz:s. ....... i its riginal slte. " .... AGANA, Guam.--Undismayed by the havoc resulti;, from the Japanese occupt:on =d the battle when their island was regained by the United States, the Catholics of Guam have already done exten- sive work toward repairing ,and re- building churches of this Vicariate. Guam Catholics Start Rebuilding -Churches Devastated By War of the war. Father Selga was di- rector of the Philippine Weather Bureau observatory: The Aanila observatory was be- :n by the Spanish Jesuits under the Spanish administration and continued it on the request of the United States when this country took over the Philippines in 1899. methodology of the movemcnl now in Rome, Mrs. Brady said. Dr. Jean David, U. of Vv'. pro- fessor who presided as chairman of the meeting here Friday ex- pressed appreciation to the many who assisted in arrangement. "It was a splendid demonstration of i Catholic cooperation an/ solidar- ity," Dr. David said. well as to Catholic papers, Mrs. Brady said. It is the purpose of the organ:.zation to carry its work U,S Honors Spam'sh into the fields of radio and mo- tion pictures, i Jesmt For Weather "The international news service 'Pro Deo' was inaugurated in 1939 [ Aid I. Philinnin00s by two Belgians, Father Felix j "--" ....  rr - Morlion O. P. and Dr. Hein Hoe-I ----- ben" lrs Brady related. Father MANILA, P. I., April 14.-- Morlion appealed" to Mrs. Brady irNC).Befre hm, return,t0 S.Pmn -  "h lie Ev denc  Ior reuremen ne -e% ala.lg'uel an expenencea a o . i . ' " ....... e late hu. I eiga a Spanish Jesuit priest wa t.UlIU speaker ana n r s-, e " + ' " J " .... ' " " v ment  pr sen ed with the American oana o inaugurate me mo e. I .... ............ 42 , Medal of Freedom by the United in ne unitext ates in iv . ....... ]States Army for his aid to U. S. The Pro Deo mst*tute m rome,   forces by maintaining a Philippine now hag 126 students Iron a nuN- . . .  ..... tweather service m the early days ber of countries stuaytng tne MRS, BRADY TELLS Postwar Church In Marianas Dedicated ORIGIN AND AIM By Bishop Baumgartner as a fundamental principle in its i tbe Polish constitution now being' I (NCWC News Service) ; code of laws. drafted by the newly elected Po-! OF'PRO DEO' WORK Guam. April 14.; ]]ish Parliament. he Parliament'. LONDON. -- The Westminster Before a representative aud- ience of Seattle Catholic leaders, Mrs. Acna M. Brady. of New York City, Friday evening out- lined the origins and purposes of the Pro Deo movement, of which he is an international director. The Very Rev. Joseph P. Dougherty, Chancellor of the Dio- cese, presented Mrs. Brady to the group assembled in the Providence Hospital auditorium. International Centers ,of Infor- mation Pro Deo, are engaged in the Apostolic of Public Opinion are now supplying Catholic news gathered in Europe ad the Americas to the secular press as ed extensive damage. eminaries and to cst.abli.h relig- group, who, in the past: yoar visited ].0,855 patients in hospit- --Dy Cable)--The first of the' 'l=v,,ln] Wnman |recently completed a draft of a i ........ ' S v  llhIlllM VV V ,a l arcnolo ese naN D:en granLea [ac - p. twar per,,.anent Catholic [ternoorary constitution ( e, : - - - - . , " . . . . 00a00r002e:2st%:Fi00Lm00,00TaV2 Leaves $20,000 To ! @, Hierarchy's declaration, re-iLo] s ct:enaubleo:et'Cnnt.trec:':; v .... ' ,, _ I porte zrom Warsaw to the nter- ...... ., i- -f the The Day, Lne /po LleSll p U was dedicated here yesterday by JrJ'hn|I Charltmel Cathol c Press Agency here de-.   " - "  - B sho- A-ollinaris W Bam r" vtaasvu, Ll-.,,, ' e_ here nas announceo. i, v . . u ga - Imands that the new constitution ,  _ ner, O. F. M. Cap., Vicar Apos- ,---- Jrecognize that the State is sub- "It is hoped that the Ho.y e tolic of the Maranas, with a po n- CLEVELAND, Apn!_ 16--(NC)ljec t to natura law; guarantee may extend thin pnv,Aege throu.gh- = rne Wlll OI lrs ratnanna 1-111 , out the orld the /& OtLonlDS tLical 1Vial.. attended by Rear --- ' " .... -equality to m] citizens before c v- . " -" P :" " Admir   pr,-,u   , [debrandt, wife of Charms riime-|n  ............  +. - .... i national board stated. val Gov n b-andt whlch was fried or pro-. r or of Guam, and Mrs.[ " , Ix-ate property" assure Catholic ............ bate here left $50000 to four . " '- . ." Pownall and Caotain Vlton An-I ' ' ..,, famflms the nht to )re their DEN'ER LEGION UP MRY derson, Civil Administrat6r, and[ Cathhc mshtutmns. Mrs. nnoe-[hildre n a Christian geducation" VISITED 10,855 I''rlENTS M Ibrandt diea nere in January.   . ' " " * rs. Anderson.  ......... .:.-Jeuar:I agamst the abuse of DEN-VER -- At ervices held Tno '-''"r'- --- 2 ...... I t lexis mospzai was gwen w r  r'" r * ' " ,nu czz was na oI .t n " . ..... IF "e ny pmce ,r nv political :n Lhe Denver Cathedral to mark Vinc-nt  ........ , ,1. ...... ,. _,151,,000; the flame Ior ne Ageo, Zrou_ s. roxid " { b i " r " '  : m --'7 ........ V w: .'[c,f th Little Sisters of the Po@r, [o,'[" p . ,:.=ran lega.., s o, the 12th an:tverary of the c[mt- resLora on iroN war aama e us t ,, u c . r n ,,, n ] L-r Arcn ' "" :  n anon. qt lnh,' *4nsnital -10- t '- ' '" : ' '"  ium o,. th- Legio'. of 5.,_. y, ' - near n completion Dur]n the  ....................  ' "[_ '.' ,tate. and rccon!ze the Church's .: ... .,,. ....  Vhr nf Donver 000 while $200(N) was ocqteatneJ .. r .  " " war all but four of the Cathohe . " ..... ! ..... .. t,hts tn pers ;nal poI:rLy, to laudcn the ac-omnlishrn-nt of the churches in the Vicariate sutfer- l::efc::l:nd? armes opor-found and conduct sehool: and " " ""  -