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l Cml"union Vocation Day Draws 782 Boys To Sern;nary Official Newman Club The 1962 Liturgical Week Newman Center at the Uni- versity of Washington will hold Workshops For The Laity its annual Communion Break- The Reverend Pastors are requested to extend a cordial invitation to their parishioners at all the Masses on Sunday, April 29, to attend the Work- shops in connection with the 1962 Liturgical Week in the following designated locations: Sunday, April 29, 2:00 P.M. Seattle, Pigott Auditorium, Seattle University, 1 lth and East Marion. Sunday, April 29, 4:00 P.M. Seattle: St. Bernadette's Auditorium, 1st Ave. fast at the Ed- mond Meany Hotel Sunday, May 8, at 10 a.m. The an- naul breakfast :- will follow the 8:30 Mass at Blessed Sacra- ment Church. Presiding at t h breakfast will be The Most Raver- South and S.W. 128th Street. Sunday, April 29, 3:00 P.M. Bellingham: Sacred Heart Parish Center, 1100 14th Street. Sunday, May 6, 2:00 P.M. Vancouver: St. James Parish Hall, West 13th and Columbia. Sunday, May 6, 3:00 P.M. Tacoma: St. Patrick's Parish Hall, 12th and North Jay Street. Sunday, May 13, 2:00 P.M. Bremerton: Star of the Sea Parish Hall, Sixth and Veneta. Sunday, May 13, 2:00 P.M. DR. FRANZ SCHNEIDER end Archbish- op Thomas A. Connolly. The principal speaker will be Dr. Franz Schneider, a member of the faculty of Gonzaga Univer- sity. Dr. Schneider ts a graduate of the University of Maniz, Germany. He received his master's, degree from Washing- ton State University, and his doctorate in comparative liter- ature from the University of Washington. His talk will deal with problems of art and mor- ality in the modern novel. Miss Louise Marker: is gen- eral chairman of the affair to which alumni are especially in- vited. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Meuse have charge of alumni ticket sales while student tickets will be handled by Ed War:ella. The Rev. Ambrose Toomey, O.P., director of the Newman Center, invites all students, alumni and friends of Newman to attend the breakfast. Tick- ets may be obtained by calling Ray Meuse at ME 2-2432, or Ed Wartelle at LA 3-7655. Most Popular Figure THE MOST REVEREND Thomas A. Connolly, Arch- bishop of Seattle, was the most popular figure Wednesday at St. Edward's Seminary during the 1962 observance of Vocation Day. The Archbishop is dividing some candy among the altar boys, who were his guests and those of the Sulpician Fathers of the seminary faculty and minor .semi- narians. The traditional function serves as an open house at the seminary for altar boys and their parish priests from throughout the Archdiocese., the candy the Archbishop was handing out are now souvenir items of the boys in on the act. Tomorrow's Priests? A PORTION of the 782 altar boys at the Vocation Day observance at St. Edward's Seminary are shown above. A full day, beginning with a solemn high Mass and climaxing with lunch, athletic contests and tours, were afforded the young visitors. They were accompanied by approximately 100 parish priests and lay persons. The Rev. Anthony Domandich of Sacred Heart Parish, Bellevue, said in his sermon at the high Mass that the priest like St. Christopher brings Christ to the people. --(Progress Photos by Don Wood.) Everett: Immaculate Conception Auditorium, 2511 Hoyt Avenue. Sunday, May 13, 2:00 P.M. Olympia: St. Michael's School Auditorium, 1203 Columbia Street. Law Day A cordial invitation is extended to members of the Legal Fraternity to attend the Law Day Mass at St. James Cathedral on Tuesday, May 1, at 5:30 p.m. Law is an ordinance of reason designed for the common good. All just human laws are a manifes- tation of God's Will. Both those who try to apply law to human actions and those who pass judgment on the conformity of human actions to the norm of law are engaged in a truly noble work, the fulfil- ment of God's Will. They can very fittingly apply to themselves the words of Psalm 118, "Blessed are the undefiled who walk in the law of the Lord. Blessed are they that search His testimonies, that seek Hixn with their whole heart." Today when some nations deny God and His Laws as "a guide to our feet and a lamp to our path" it is all the more neces- sary that we participate in the observance of Law Day, which seeks to remind us that as a nation we are founded on the principle of law and respect for the rights of God and man. The law in western civili- zation sees God in orbit in the dignity and worth of every individual, protecting his God-given rights with every available safeguard. The Mass next Tuesday evening will beg God's blessing on the members of the Judiciary and the bar and also on the apostolic endeavors of the Knights of Columbus. Through the Religious Advertising Pro- gram the Knights seek to make the greatest Lawgiver of all, Jesus Christ, better known and understood in our times and to enlighten men how to apply His Laws to daily life, Examinations of Candidates for the Seminary Announcement of examination for candidates for the Seminary: Graduates of the eighth grade, high school and college students who wish to enter St. Edward's Seminary this fall will take the entrance examination Saturday, May 5, at 10:30 a.m, at the places listed below: SEATTLE---O'Dea High School. TACOMAmSt. Patrick's School. BELLINGHAMAssumption School. In all other places, outside the cities previously mentioned, where there is a parochial school, the examination will be held in the parochial school build- ing on May 5, at 10:30 a,m. Where there is no parochial school in a town, the examination will be held in the parish rectory on May 5 at 10:30 a.m. This announcement shall be read at all public Masses on Sunday, April 29. Likewise, all teachers in our Catholic schools shall bring it to the atten- tion of the pupils. Nocturnal Devotion The Reverend Pastors of King and Pierce Coun- ties are requested to announce at all the Masses on Sunday, April 29, the hours of adoration suggested for their respective parishes for the "First Saturday" Vigil at St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and Sacred Heart Church', Tacoma, during the night of May 4-5. Prayers For People of Russia In accordance with the instructions of the Holy See (Acta Apostolica Sedis 22-1930-301), clergy, re- ligious and faithful are reminded that the prayers at the foot of the Altar after low Masses are offered for the people of Russia. All are exhorted to advert from time to time to this intention and to renew i,t to the end that the blessing of God may rest upon His Church in that Country. We may include in these and other prayers a remembrance of our distressed r and persecuted brethren wherever they may be throughout the world. Holy Father's Intention For The Family Rosary The Reverend Pastors are requested to announce at all Masses on Sunday, April 29, that the inten- tion of Our Holy Father for the month of May is Success of the Ecumenical Council. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Archbishop April 27, 1962. Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) May 44 St. Michael, Olympia St. Paul, Seattle St. Edward, Sheldon St. Joseph, Tacoma May 11-13 No Retreat No Retreat Sacred Liturgy Talks Slated For Sisters A series of lectures for Sis- ters on the Sacred Liturgy will be given by members of the Archdiocesan Commission on Sacred Music and Liturgy during April and May in Bei- lingham, Vancouver, Tacoma, Seattle and 01ympia. The lectures will be given on Sunday afternoons from 3 to 5 p.m. The following is the sched- ule of places, dates, and speak- ers: Bellingham: Church of the Assumption hall, April 29, 3 p.m. Rev. Paul Purta and Ray. Donald Conger. May 6, same place, Rev. James King, S.J., Rev. Joseph Buck. Vancouver: St. James Parish hall, April 29. 3 p.m., Ray. James Dandy and Rev. Maurus Keller. O.S.B. May 6, same place, same speakers. Tacoma: Aquinas Academy auditorium, May 6, Fathers Purta and Conger. May 13, same place, Fathers King and Buck. Seattle:. Seattle UniversiW, May 13, Fathers Purta and Conger. May 19, Holy Names Academy, Fathers Buck and King. Olympia: St. Michael audi- torium. May 13, Fathers Deady and Maurus. May 20, same place, same speakers. Progress Questionnaires Are In Mail T h f i r s t questionnaires went in the mail last week marking the beginning of the first readership survey for The Progress. The survey is being conducted through t h e facilities of the School of Com- merce and Fi- nance at Seat- tle University and Data Pro- ceasing, Inc, Dr. Paul A. Volpe, dean of the School of DR. PAUL Carom r c a VOLPE and Finance said, "We are most happy to have our marketing research people cooperate with The Progress in this very import- ant step forward toward bet- ter service for their subscrib- ers and advertisers." Dr. Woodrow R. Clevinger, of the marketing department at SU prepared the questionnaire and will evaluate the informa- tion. Edward Brotherton, president of Data Processing, Irm., will tabulate the information with his firm's electronic processing e q u i p m e n t. Mr. Brotherton said, "To my knowledge, this is a first by any Northwest newspaper and we are pleased that Data Processing will be a part of the survey." Another mailing took place this week to subscribers throughout the Archdiocese. If you receive one of the ques- tionnaires your prompt and personal attention will be greatly appreciated. May lnenfion For Family Rosary Success of the Council The Holy Father's intention for the Family Ro- sary during the month of May is for "The Success of the Council." As the Apostolic Delegate to Bulgaria and Turkey, who can guess what a deep impression his experiences left on the mind of the future Pope John XXIII? Divine Providence was surely shaping him for a special task as the Shepherd of the flock of Christ. The echoes of his early ca- reer are clearly visible in the Encyclical letter "Aeterna Dei Sapientia" published in December in which the Holy Father again appeals for unity: "The Church of Christ will find in unity the power to resist the assaults o[ Sa- tan's disruptive forces. The prince of darkness will not prevail when love reigns in the Church of Christ." If we are strong in the faith, we can afford to approach our Orthodox and Protestant breth- ren on the broad and open highway of charity. One official of the Secretariat for Christian Unity calls the division of Christianity a "scan- dal" and a "contradiction of Christ's will 'that they may be one.' " The Church is faced with two challenges, the missionary chal- lenge to the vast majority of men who have not yet known Christ and the challenge of bringing together in fraternal umon under the guidance of Peter all of those who by Bap- tism have become the adopted sons of God. It is a task for apostles whose hearts are warmed with a constant ardor for the Kingdom of Christ. Prayer is the first and indis- pensable means and it is to this Dominican College Alums To Organize Seattle alumnae of Domini- can College, San Rafael, Calif., will form the first alumnae chapter of the college (outside California) at a luncheon May 2 at 11:30 a.m. in the East Room of the Washington Ath- letic Club. The luncheon will honor Sis- ter Mary Patrick, O.P., presi- dent of Dominican. Sister will be accompanied by Sister Mary Patricia, O.P., Mrs. Wil- liam Landtbom, president of the alumnae association, Mrs. John Conttreli, fund board chairman. Mrs. Margaret Kil- ly, alumnae vice president and Mrs, John Rakow, director of Alumnae chapters. Alumnae from Tacoma, Aberdeen, Mount Vernon, Van- couver, Yakima and Wenatchee will also attend. Mrs. Francis Hausmann. and Mrs. Murray Ferguson will en- tertain at a tea following the luncheon at 422 W. Highland Drive. Slides of the college will be shown and the election of officers will be held. Seattle alumnae will be host- asses. Committee members in- clude Mesdames Pierre Bou- quet, chairman; Murray Fer- guson, Eugene Zelensky and Lane Smith. Give 'Year To God' CLEVELAND (NC) -- Two Nazareth Academy seniors will glee "a year to God" as lay apostles in the North Care- that the Holy Father calls the lina mission field--and post- world-wide membership of the pone entering college until the Apostleship of Prayer this fall of 1963. They are Justina month of May.--From the Sa- Freedman and Mary Lou Ma- cred Heart Messenger. jeski, both 17. i , / Top Awards Made At Seattle U MRS. THOMAS STIMSON IRVING ANCHES Top achievement awards for the academic year were pre- sented to Seattle University students at the annual Presi- dent's banquet April 24 at the Hyatt House. The Outstanding Club Presi. dent award was given to Mary Lou May, junior from Ana- heim, Calif., and president of the campus chapter of Model United Nations. The Outstand- ing Student Senator award was presented to R. Leo Pesme, Seattle senior, and the Associ- ated Students President'a Cup Mrs Stimson Irving more from Tacoma, was II named as the Associated Wo- men Students Girl of the Year. Anches New SU Regents Homecoming phqueswerepre- seuted to Patricia O'Leary, The appointment of two new members to Seattle Universi. ty's board of regents was an- nounced jointly this. morning by Very Rev. A. A. Lemienx, S.J., university president, and Thomas J. Barman, board chairman. Those named are Mrs. Thoma Douglas S t i m. n, prominent Seattle civic figure, and Irving Anches, real estate and investment leader and president of Martin Overseas Van Lines. Mrs. Stimson is a member of a pioneer Seattle family and is the third woman to sit on the board. She was educated in the I.ast and raduated from Trinity Col- e, Washington, D. C. One of the organizers of the Seattle Visiting Nurse Service, Mrs. Stimson served as presi- dent of the service, was presi. dent of the Seattle Garden Club and of the Sunset Club. She was also director of the Gar- den Club of America. She was vice president of the Seattle Art Museum and is currently a director. She has served on the board of the Seattle Sym- phony, the Seattle Foundation, the Urban League, Brother- hood of Christians and Jews, Community Fund and Civic Center Committee. She was also a member of the City's first Art Commission. Following the death of her husband in 1931, Mrs. Stim- son was for a number of years president of the C. D. Stimson Company until sue- ceeded by he/ son, Thomas D. Stimson. Mr. Anches was born in Se- attle and educated in schools here. He began his business career ith his father and sub- sequently-developl his own real estate and investment business. He is a past president and member of the board of the Federated Jewish Fund and Council, a board member of the United Good Neighbors, Jewish Family and Child Serviee, Greater S e a t t I e, Washington S t a t e Nurses' Association, Seattle Jewish Community C e n t e r, past state chairman for the United Jewish Appeal and a trustee of Century 21. Mr. Anches is also a mem- ber of the Seattle Chamber of Commerce, B'nai B'rith and the Masonic Lodge, and a board member of Kan Ma and the Caroline Kline Galland Home. Father Lemleux also an- nounced the aeceptunce, with regret, of the resignation from the board of Mrs. Al- bert A. Schafer, Montesano, the board's first w o m a n member. She will continue to serve as an honorary mem- ber of the board. In retiring from the board Mrs. Schafer has established a fund to provide financial as- sistance for needy students to perpetuate the example of the personal initiative of her late husband, a prominent South- west lumberman and philan- thropist. Federal Way Summer Mass Schedule Set FEDERAL WAY--The sum- mer Mass schedule for St. Vin- cent de Paul Parish has been announced by Rev. Lawrence Willenborg, pastor. Sunday Masses will be at 6, 8, 9:30 and II a.m. The 6 a.m. Mass will be in the rectory chapel, 30525 8th Ave. S., and the other Masses will be in the multipurpose room of the Mirror Lake Elementary School. Trappist's Prayer For Peace Read Into Record WASHINGTON, (NC) -- A prayer for peace by convert Fr;day, pr;l 27, 1962 THE PROGRESS--3 Presentation Holy Name Lists Awards MOUNT VERNON -- Awards to the Outstanding Holy Name Man and ciety will be made at the Presentation District's installation ceremonies Sunday, May 6, in Immaculate Concep- tion aPrish Hall here. Installation ceremonies will begin at 2 p.m. in the parish church. The district meeting will fol- low at 3 p.m. in the parish hall. Frank Sehmid, 65, father of a Dominican Sister and a member of Everett's Our Lady of Perpetual Help Par. ish, will recewe the Out- standing Holy Name Man Award. The cabinet maker is the father of three sons and four daughters, including S i s t e r Alice Marie, O.P. A Holy Name man since Lq25, he is also a member of the Knights of Co- lumbus and the St. Vincent de Paul Society. St. Augustine's Holy Name Society of Oak Harbor will be presented the Outstanding Holy Name Society Award for its active and diversified pro- gram in the northern dean- cry under the leadership of Rev. William Dell, pastor, and Leo Gorski. president. Joseph L. VonMoos of Mount Vernon, a dairy products dis- tributor, will be installed presi- dent of the new Presentation District. A K of C past grand knight, he has been a member of the society since 1940. Other new officers are Thom- as J. Welsh of Assumption Parish, Beilingham, vice presi. dent; Maurice A. Wilson of Marysville, Harry Donovan of Monroe and Orlando Acciai of Perpetual Help Parish, Everett. CWV State was given to the campus chap- ter of Alpha Phi Omega, ser- Convention vice fraternity. Connie McDonough, sopho- Is Scheduled (Continued from Page I) be at the Eagles Temple, 6th St. and Washington Ave. Two Yakimans will preside at the business sessions. They Seattle junior and Michael (Buzz) McQuaid, B I 1 e v u junior, Homecoming week c.o- chairmen. A special library award for fund raising work was given to Peter Olwell, Seattle senior. SU Senior Wins Fellowship To St. Louis U A Seattle University senior has been named the first re- cipient of an academic fellow- s'hip from St. Louis University's Institute on Freedom and Corn. mtmism. Patrick T. Kirk will begin working to,,vard the Ph.D. de, gree at St. Louis University next fall under a program de- signed to prepare college teach- ers for handling the subjects of American freedom and Com- munism in the classroom. Kirk's degree work will have an emphasis on Communism in his major field of political science and within his minor subject which will be philoso- phy. His doctoral dissertation will also be concerned with Communism. Kirk has studied at the Uni- versity of Notre Dame and SU where he expects to receive a bachelor of arts degree in June. A graduate of Blanchet High School, Kirk is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Kirk, 6211 5th Ave. N.W. in St. Alphonsus author lomas Morton -- now Parish. He is the 1958 reuipi. Father Louis. O.C.S.O.- was ent of the CYO and Exchange read into the Congressional Club Teen-Ager of the Year British Airfield To Have Church LONI:N. (NC)--A Catholic church whose design was in- spired by the delta-wing planes (or "flying triangles") of the Royal Air Force is to rise at Biggin Hill, Kent. near the airfield that served as a base for fighter planes which won the Battle of Britain in 1940. Architect is Philip Jebb, a grandson of Catholic apologist Hilaire BeUoc. Record by Rap. Frank Kowal- ski of Connecticut. Father Louis is master of novices at the Trappist monas- tery of Our Lady of Gethse. mani in Trappist, Ky. He is the author of an autobiography, "The Seven Storey Mountain," numerous spiritual works and poetry. His prayer for peace asks God in part: "Help us to be masters of the weapons that threaten to master us. "Help us to use our science for peace and plenty, not for war and destruction . . . "Teach us to wait and trust. Grant light, grant strength and patience to all who work for peace to this Congress, our President, our military forces, and our ad- versaries." Awards. Schedule Set For 40 Hours The schedule for Forty Hours Adoration in honor of the Blessed Sacrament during the month of May is as follows: First Sunday--St. Teresa, Se- attle; St. Martin of Tours, Tacoma; St. Bernadette, Sea- attle. First Wednesday -- St. John Hospital, Port Townsend. Second Sunday--lmmaculate Conception, Mount Vernon; St. Michael, Olympia; S a e r e d Heart, Seattle; St. Mary, Se- attle Third Sunday -- Immaculate C o n c e p t i o n, Arlington; St. Rose, Longview; St. Mary, Kelso; St. Edward, Seattle. Fourth Sunday--Holy Family, Seattle; St. Aloysius, Bucldey; Perpetual Help, Everett. Fourth Wednesday -- St. Jo- seph Hospital, Vancouver. New Cathedral Is Named "Risen Christ' LINCOLN, Neb. (NC)--The Cathedral of the Risen Christ has been selected as the name for the new mother church of Lincoln diocese, construction of which will start next year, Bishop James V. Casey an- nounced in a pastoral letter for Easter. The cathedral will be built in southwest Lincoln near the new Chancery office which was dedicated last fall. It will re- place the present St. Mary's cathedral. R.A. MRS. JOHN CHAVEZ STAROSKY are Harry B. Schmidt. state commander, and Mrs. Blanche Huard, state auxiliary presi- dent, Acting as hosts for delegates from Seattle, Tacoma, Olympia and Yakima will be members of Our Lady Star of the Sea Post and its auxiliary here. Rafael A. (Chico) Chavez and Mrs. $ohn Starosky are convention co-chairmen. They are being assisted by ,loire Morgan, commander of the 100-plus-member Our Lady Star of the Sea Post and Mrs. Pa- tricia Chavez, president of the 35-member auxiliary here. $453,895 Bequest For Notre Dame TOLEDO. Ohio (NC) --The University of Notre Dame can look forward to receiving a be- quest estimated at $453,895. The estimate was included in the report made after filing in- heritance tax papers in Pro- bate Court on the estate, gross- ly valued at $638,766, left by Frank R. Leckard, president of the Red Cab Co. here who died April 27, 1961. Lockard hd been a quarterback for Notre Dame in 1918-19. Conditions in a trust agree- ment provide that NotreDame will receive what remains of the estate after the death of a brother-in-law, Frank M. Hackett. vice president-treas- urer of the cab company. .i H i For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS. ,. GUnDERSOn Original ]ewelry $27 PINE 764 LItOADWAY SEATTLE TACOMA i i iii We Know You'll Like Good BOYD'S Coffee... 4,000 Restaurants Prove It Every Day And here's an extra mure of value in Boyd's--the lids are worth money to your favorite non-profit organiza- tion. Boyd'a redeems them for cash- five cents for lids from one-pound tins and two-ounce jars, ten cents for,lids from two-pound tins and nix.ounce jars. For information, just write to Boo CorFzz COMPAhW, P.O. Box 1838, Par:lind 7, arena.