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6--THE PROGRESS FrTday, Moy 22, CWV Post ,]osephinum Manager, Will Mark Co/. Primeau, Retires 18th Year Because he had reached the "biblical three score and ten" and on the ad- vice of his physician, Col. Jo- seph E. Primeau, 70, has re- signed as manager of The Josephinum, the Archdiocese's residence for senior citizens in Seattle. The Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archbishop of Se- attle, accepted Colonel Prim- eau's resignation with "regret and reluctance." Colonel Primeau last October accepted Archbishop Connolly's invitation to take ver the man- agement of the newly-acquired New Washington which was to serve as a residence for senior citizens of the entire Arch- diocese. "His many years of experi- ence in the hotel business proved invaluable," the Arch- bishop said, "in the rather difficult task of transform- ing the hotel into the beau. tifully appointed and attrac- tively renovated hostel that it is today. He was respon- sible in great part for get- ting the operation of The , Josephinum under way." The Archbishop a c k n o w I- Acl ivities .00al endar / COL. J. E. PRIMEAU edged the fact, however, that "the infirmities of advancing years undoubtedly take their toll" and that he had no de- sire "to stand in the way" of Colonel Primeau's retirement from active Service. The Archbishop expressed his heartfelt thanks and apprecia- tion to Colonel Primeau for "his efficient cooperation and assistance." T h e Archbishop also paid high tribute to him for "the personal interest that he took in The Josephinum." A long-time ,arishioner of St. James Cathedral, the re- tired Air Force colonel has had wide experience in the hotel management field. His services have been spent in Montreal's Windsor Hotel, San Francisco's Hotel St. Fran- cis, Seattle's Rainier Club and Spokane's Ridpath Hotel. During World War I, he served as a captain in the Canadian Army and during World War II in the U.S. Air Force with the rank of colonel as Deputy Air Quar- termaster and Director of Food S e r v i c e Continental, U.S.A. He is a member of the Holy Name Society and the Serra Club. Publish Pamphlets Of Papal Decrees WASHINGTON (NC) -- Two decrees of Pope Paul VI have been published in pamphlet form here. One is Studia Latin- itatis, the motu proprio issued last February 22 which au- thorized establishment of a pontifical i n s t i t u t e for ad- vanced Latin studies, priced at 15 cents a copy, Both pamphlets are available from the Publications Office, National Catholic Welfare Con- f e r e n c e, 1312 Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, D.C., 20005. August 13, 1964-.Seattle Uni- versity Alumni salmon bake, 3-8:30 p.m., Sand Point. Elec- tion of officers. October 3, 1964--Seattle Uni- versity A 1 u m n i Governor's Ball. November 13-14, 1964 -- St. Luke Parish annual bazaar. December 13, 1964 -- Seattle University A I u m n i annual Christmas reception, 2-5 p.m., Bellarmine Hall. January 30, 1965--seattle Uni. varsity Alumni Homecoming Mass at 11:30 a.m., luncheon at 12:30 p.m., class reunions at 3 p.m. February 1, 1965--Seattle Uni- versity Homecoming basketball game (with Montana State Col- lege), followed by Chieftain Club dinner. February S, 196S--Seattle Uni- versity Homecoming basketball tame (with Idaho State), Seat- e Center Coliseum. February 6, 196S---Seattle Uni- versity Alumni Homecoming dance, Exhibition Hall, Seattle Center. Villa Maria Maternity Service The Catholic War Vet- erans in the Greater Seat- tle area will celebrate the 18th anniversary of the found- ing of Father Vincent Post with an open program-meet- ing at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 28, in the Veterans of Foreign Wars Hall, 908 12th Ave. Twelve active charter mem- bers will be among the hosts, led by Anthony Bacalzo, post commander. Entertainment will include dance presentations by the Fil- ipino Youth Activities of Se- attics Caba'taan Folk Danc- ers, announced D a n i e I ,l. Barker, anniversary chair- man. Information on the post and the CWV will be available during the evening. Refresh- ments will be served. The CWV is open to all vet- erans, who are practical Ca- tholics and who have served in the Spanish-American War, the two World Wars and the Ko- rean Conflict and service over- seas in certain areas after 1958, Barker said. CWV Memortal Services Slated Memorial services will be held at both Calvary and Holy- A GIRLin trouble. Villa 'Maria Maternity Service is her haven where the family and child welfare unit of Catholic Charities provides casework service and medical:hospital Good Things x,,,,, care for unwed mothers in Happened .:  two small group homes. A When Good ,x housemother for five years, People   Mrs. Roberta Thornton wel- comes Sally at the door. To carry on this service, Villa Maria this year has a budget I Jn.E,,x.z.M; .z.],-- of $70,346. United Good Neighbors allocated in 1964 51,522.N (Third of a pictorial series by Jack Fleming of Catholic agencies, supported by UGN.) rood Cemeteries on Memorial Day, May 30, under the au- spices of the Catholic War Veterans' Father Vincent Post. Services in Calvary will be at 11 a.m. that Saturday. Holy- rood services will follow at 12 noon, according to Anthony Bacalzo, post commander. Small American flags will be placed at all graves of veter- ans, Bacalzo said. CWV members will also march in the downtown Me- morial Day Parade. Civil Rights Legislation Promoted In Aberdeen ABERDEENmThe pas- sage of the civil rights bill now being debated in Congress has been urged by Knights of Columbus members and parishioners in the Grays Harbor area here. The movement for racial jus- tice was precipitated at a K of C intercouncil meeting in April when knights from Thur- ston, Grays Harbor and Pacific Counties met to discuss civil rights. Attending the interfaith civil rights assembly, co-sponsored later by the Archdiocese and other religious groups in Olym- pia, Aberdeen KofC Council members drew up letters to both Senators Warren G. Mag- nuson and Henry M. Jackson and 20 other solons. A letter- writing campaign was also started by parishion- ers of SS. Aegidius and Mary's Parish here to answer the call hmbus, Council 1449, of Aberdeen, Washington, re- spectfully urge you to sup- port the passage of the Civil Rights bill without cripnling amendments. The God-given, inalienable rights of Ameri- can Negroes have too long been denied. The blessings of democracy s h o u I d include both white and colored citi- zens. A moral issue confronts the conscience of America." Letters were also sent to both Washington State senators by the parishioners, who wrote: "As a member of St. Mary's Catholic Church, responding to the appeals of our own Archbishop, our Protestant and Jewish friends, and of President Johnson, the un- dersigned urges you to sup- port the civil rights bill and especially Titles II & VII on public accommodations and fair employment practices. I M q q qt ,IJ Kudoos to USO's Mrs. Clegg of Rev. Charles E. Kelly, pas- tor, to support the civil rights A GIFT, given as a token of appreciation for many tireless years as executive secretary bill. of Seattle's USO-NCCS Club, was presented Sunday to Mrs. Margaret Clegg at the USO's Final Recognition Ceremony in the Olympic Hotel. Making the presentation was Rt. Rev. Msgr. Cornelius M. Power, chancellor of the Archdiocese. The introduction was made by John A. Peluso, chairman of USO-NCCS's board of directors. Peluco was among others honored, including individuals, parishes, organizations and business firms. (Progress Photo by W. C. Heib ]r.) Resolution Asks Study Of St. Rose's Origin SAN JUAN, P.R. (NC)The House Education Committee passed a resolution here ordering a study to determine the exact birthplace of St. Rose of Lima, patroness of Latin America. The resolution, which will go into effect after expected ap- proval of the House, explains that "Puerto Rican historians and intellectuals have affirmed that Isabel Floras de Oliva, venerated as St. Rose of Lima, was born in San German, Puerto Rico, late in the six- teenth century and being a child was taken to Peru by her Puerto Rican father, Dora Gas- par Floras." "Peruvian authorities" the Signed by Grand Knight Ed Stricker and 24 other knights, Aberdeen Council's letter reads: "We, the undersigned mem- bers of the Knights of Co- Archbishop Sings Mass For Msgr, McFadden A solemn pontifical re- quiem high Mass was sung Monday, May 18, at St. Patrick Church, Ta- coma, for the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Edward McFadden, 63. pastor of St. Patrick's, who died May 15, in Tacoma after surgery. The Divine Office was re- "We believe that all Americans, white or colored, shc=:ld be treated ali!: be- cause we are all children of , God. We ALL are endowed by our Creator with inalien- able rights. Racial justice is vital for the well being of democracy." ,' :% Thomas C. Mann To Address N.D. Graduates Notre Dame, Ind.--Assistant Secretary of State Thomas C. Mann, coordinator of the Alli- ance for Progress and U.S. policies in Latin America, will be the commencement speaker at the University of Notre Dame June 7, it was announced here by Rev. Theodore M. Hes- burgh, C.S,C., University pres- ident. Two Latin American prelates t resolution adds "state that cited preceding the Mass. also will figure prominently in Isabel Floras de Oliva was Celebrant of the Mass was Notre Dame's 119th an n u a l Construction To Begin born inLima, Peru, onApril e Most Reverend Thomas commencement ceremonies, Fa- i 20, 1586, being a daughter of . Connolly, Archbishop of ther Hesburgh said. His Era- On Bellinqham Hospital BELLINGHAM--Work is ex- vision to monitor the rooms. It pected to begin soon on the new 81-bed St. Joseph's Hos- pital here, to be staffed by Sisters of St. Joseph of New- ark. Construction contract was let to E i f o r d Constrnetion Co., based on a $1,608,880 of- fer. M a 1 o n e y, Harrington, Freesz and Lund, of Seattle, are architects. In February, the new hos- pital was given the go-ahead signal with a $701,147 grand from federal Hill-Burton funds by the U.S. Public Health Serv- ice. Hospital officials were ex- pected to apply next year for an additional $200,000. A pub- lic drive three years ago raised $286,240 toward construction costs. The remainder will be raised by the St. Joseph of Newark Order. Bids in addition to Eiford'a were Newland Construction of Everett, $1,624,609; Nel- son Construction of Ferndale, $I,629,216; from S a t t I e, George E. Teufel, $1,643,200; Wick Construction, $1,653,- 606, and John H. Sullen, $1,- 672,320. The hospital will include an intensive care unit for six pa- tients and closed circuit tele- will be built on a 22-acre site east of Cornwall Park on Squall- cam Parkway, and west of an extension of Ellis Parkway which will serve the new hos- pital. Bob Hope Given Chaplains Award CHICAGO (NC) -- Comedian Bob Hop6 has been given the 1964 Citizenship Award of the Military Chaplains Association. At the award dinner here May 20, Hope was singled out by Msgr. (Maj. Gen.) Patrick J. Ryan, retired chief of chap- lains and president of the as- sociation, for "his tireless, unselfish efforts to bring serv- icemen warmth and cheer by personal visits and perform- ances to their far flung out- posts." Priest.Liturgisf To Be Honored ST. BERNARD, Ala. (NC)-- The Ray. Godfrey Diekman, O.S.B., liturgy scholar, is re- ceiving an honorary degree May 24 at St. Bernard's College here conducted by the Bene- dictines. NOCTURNAL VIGIL Nocturnal vigil for the first Saturday of June will be held in St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and St. Patrick Church, Ta- coma, Friday, June 5, and Saturday, June 6. The vigils are kept in response to the request of Our Lady of Fatima for the prayerful observance of the first Saturday of each month. SEATIE AREA 7:45-8:45 p.m. -- (Holy Hour) St. James Cathedral, Seattle. 9-10 p.m. -- St. Mary, St. John, Immaculate, St. Mat- thew. 16-11 p.m. -- C h r i s t the King, Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, St. Mark. I1-12 a.m. -- Sacred Heart, St. Peter, Holy Family, St. Monica. 12-1 a.m. -- Our Lady of the Lake, Our Lady of Fa- tima, St. Edward, St. Paul, Our Lady of Guadalupe. 1-2 a.m. -- Holy Rosary, St. Alphonsus, Our Lady of Lourdes, St. Anthony, Run- ton. 2-3 a.m. -- Blessed Sacra- ment, 5. Benedict, St. Teresa. 3-4 a.m. -- St. George, St. Margaret, St. Catherine, St. Bernadette. 4-5 a.m. -- St. Anne, St. Patrick, St. Thomas, River- ton; St. Philomena, Des Moines. 5-6 a.m. -- St. Joseph. 6-7 a.m.- Assumption, St. Luke, Sacred Heart, Belle- vue. TACOMA AREA 8 p.m. -- Holy Hour, St. Patrick. 9-10 p.m. -- St. Joseph. 16-11 p.m. -- Sacred Heart. 11-12 a.m. -- St. Ann, St. Rite, SS. Peter and Paul. 12-1 a.m. -- St. Martin of Tours, All Saints, St, Theresa Mission. 1-2 a.m. -- St. John of the Woods, Our Lady, Queen of Heaven, St. Andrew. 2-3 a.m. -- St. Charles Borromeo. 3.4 a.m. -- St. Frances. Cabrini. 4-5 am. -- Holy Cross. 5-8 a.m. -- Visitation, Im- maculate Conception M i s - sion. 6-7 a.m. -- Holy Rosary. 7-8 a.m. -- St. Leo. Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitcrtion Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) May29- 31 No Retreat (Memorial Day) . No Retreat June S- 7 St. Edward, Seattle Sacred Heart, Bellevue (Supplemental)  St. Louise, Bellevue Sacred Heart, St. Joseph, Issaquah Battleground St. Thomas Aquinas, Caress Our Lady of Lourdes, . ................. Vancouver St. James, Vancouver ....................... St. Joseph, Vancouver St. Cecilia, Winslow St. Philip, Woodland .............. Gasper Floras, native of Puerto Rico, and of Maria de Oliva, native of Lima, Peru. "It would be of great cul- tural and historic value," the document further adds, "to de- termine w i t h precision the birthplace of Isabel Floras de Oliva," patroness and saint of America, because it will con- stitute a great cultural and re- ligious value of undisputable merit for our country if it is determined that Puerto Rico is her native country." The resolution asks the Puer- to Rican Institute of Culture to initiate such an investigation and study and to report to the House during the first ordinary legislative session in 1965. St. Mark Seniors To Get Diplomas Seniors of St. Mark Parish CCD will receive their School of Religion diplomas and special awards will be made to honor 'students Wednesday, May 20, according to Ray. Theodore P. Sullivan, pastor. Those receiving diplomas will be Mark Basom, Jocelyn Batdorf, Mary Boyce, Patricia Entler, A n g e I a Fitzgerald, Michael Fleming, David Guck- er, John Meadows, Suzanne Rigley, Nancy Rippee, Kris- fine Sblendorio, Sharyn Schild- knecht, Linda Schoblcraft, Lan- ell TerrelI, Janet Vance, Paula Victor, John Wartinger and Patricia Willard. Seattle. The Rev. Brendan Gallagher was deacon and Rev. Patrick Godley, sub- deacon. Assistant priest was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Cornelius M. Power and deacons of honor were Rev. A n d rew Prouty and Ray. George Purdy, S.J. Also present was the Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary B i s h o p o f Seattle. Master of ceremonies for the Mass and graveside ceremonies was Ray. Stephen Szeman. The Rev. Andrew J. Squier preached the sermon. Pallbearers were the Revs. Martin Duggan, J. F. Milner, C o r n e I i u s J. Harrington, George Rink, Jarlath Hene- ghan and Edward Norris. Final absolution was given by Archbishop Connolly. Burial was at Calvary Cemetery, Seattle, unde r direction of Gaffney Funeral Home, Tacoma. Present for the funeral from out of town were, Msgr. Rich- ard Walsh, rector St. John's Cathedral, Cleveland; M s g r. Edward Kirby, pastor St. Rose, Cleveland; Msgr. Owen L. Gal- lagher, Vicar General, Youngs- ton Diocese, pastor of St. John's, Canton, Ohio; Rev. Hugh F. Gallagher, pastor, St. Michael's, Canfield, Ohio, who also served as first pastor of Seattle's Our Lady of the Lake parish and editor of The Prog- ress. AIso Mr. and Mrs. Martin McFadden, Cleveland; Mr. and Mrs. Edward McFadden, Cleve- land, and Sister M. Clarice, SU Senior Chosen For Award PRESENTING an X Army Corps Certificate of Achieve. merit to U.S. Army Reserve Sergeant Stephen E. Neupert of 6845 29th Ave. N.E. is Maj. Gem W. C. Garrison, Corps Commander at Fort Lawton. The award was made May 15 to Neupert, a Seattle University senior, chosen as the Wash- ington State U.S. Army Reserve Man of the Year. Neuperh noncommissioned officer in charge of the 16th Army Re- serve Quartermaster Laundry  Detachment, was a guest at the Seattle Chamber of Commerce Armed Forces Day luncheon. ,il .lul For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS... GUnDERSOn su VINe ' 7 SS0AOWAV p I SEATTLE TACOMA -- (U.S. Army Photo) FOR A NEW OR USED CHEVROLET Car or Truck Calfi JERRY HENTScHELL Member St. Catherine's Parish EM. 3-6110 ' RES. LA. 5.S956 r "FLEET" CHEVROLET, INC, 117th & Barbell Way Seattle MONSIGNOR McFADDEN Sister of CharRy of St. Augus- tine, all cousins. Monsignor McFadden, who had been pastor of St. Pat- rick's 11 years, was one of nine priests of the archdiocese appointed domestic prelates last year by the late Pope John XXIII. Born in Cleveland, Ohio, Monsignor McFadden attended school there, before entering the seminary of St. Patrick in Menlo Park, Calif., in 1922. He was ordained in 1928 in Seattle by the Most Rever- end Edward J. O'Dea, bishop of Seattle, and his first ap- pointment was to St. James Cathedral, Seattle. In 1936, he received a degree in education from the Univer- sity of Washington and for 11 years served as superintendent of the schools of the archdio- cese. He was appointed to St. Ter- esa Parish, Seattle, in 1944, and in 1953 became pastor of St. Patrick's. Appointed notary of the mat- rimonial tribunal in 1934 and dean of the Western Deanery in 1954, he also was a chap- lain of the Tacoma Fourth De- gree, Knights of 'Columbus. To Note Council Of Constance CONSTANCE, Germany (NC) --Franziskus Cardinal Koenig of Vienna will deliver the main address at ceremonies being held here July 11 and 12 to commemorate the 550th anni- versary of the start of the Council of Constance (1414- 1418). in BREMERTON 3 fine stores to serve yon FARRELL'S Eastwood Pharmacy ES 3-0711 Across from the new hospital Westgute Pharmacy E$ 7-2110 On the reed to the old Hosp]tet Farrell's Prescription Pharmacy SJO Sth St ......... ES 7-375| free parking & prescription delivery inence Raul C a r d i n a I Silva. Henriquez, Archbishop of San- tiago, Chile, will celebrate an outdoor solemn pontifical Mass for the graduates and their guests at 9 a.m. The bacca- laureate sermon will be de- livered by the Most Rev. Mi- guel D. Miranda, Archbishop of Mexico City. Annual Red Cross Water Safety Sessions Planned More than 150 persons, in- cluding many students, safety and law enforcement special- ists, and housewives, h ave signed up for the Seattle-King County Red Cross Chapter's 10th Annual First Aid and Wa- ter Safety Weekend Training School at Beaver Lake. Three sessions are scheduled --the weekends of May 22-24, May 29- 31 and June 5-7. Courses offered will include Standard, Advanced and In- Structor First Aid, Senior Life Saving, Water Safety Instruc- tor and Water Safety Instruc- tor Review. The school will draw stu- dents from Seattle, Tacoma, Bellingham, E v e r e t t, Port Townsend, Shelton, Quilcene, Wenatchee, Ellensburg, Pull- man and Portland. Instruction is free. A nom- inal fee will be charged for meals and lodging at Camp Ca- brini on the Lake. q | q q lJr. Thomas ,I. 51oore Optomcgrls OPTICAL CENTER SEARS, Tacoma it , I , MADISON LUMB R CO. * i Paints, Lmmber and Hardware 2021 E. 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