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Listen My Children And You Shall :l By JOHN J. ECKHART my best friends are college teachers. It may warp your thinking a little, or it may place you comfortably outside any proba- bility of realistic appraisal, but there is nothing wrong, "per so." However, the fact that these writers are mostly all on facul- ties, should not lead us to Dan- iel Callahan's conclusion that this is any kind of common representative group of Cath- olics. If they speak, they speak only for themselves. And what do they tell us, this group of young (?) Catholic intellectuals (?). By this time we should be able to guess. First, we review a few of the names of contributors. Daniel Callahan leads off, because he "GENERATION OF THE THIRD EYE, Young Cath- olic L e a d r s View Their Church," Edited with an in- troduction by Daniel Calla- han, Shoed & Ward, 249 pp., $4.95. T is interesting to note the sub-title, "Y o u n g Catholic Leaders View Their Church." Who made them leaders, who do they lead, and who needs them? None of them are lead- ers of anyone I know. Now that could speak well for those I know, or for these glorious "leaders." Who knows? But one thing I do know. It is not necessary for this re- viewer to pussyfoot around the subject at hand, as I have noted many clerical critics doing. They criticize right enough, but usually after a long, and completely unnecessary eulogy is younger, or more Catholic, concerning the great sincerity, or more intellectual than the and just swell old hard-hitting rest, I guess. Other tried and thinking going on among the true whimperers show up as we note Michael Novak, Ned young (?) Catholic intellec- (Committed Catholic) O'Gor- tuals (?). In criticizing this book, I do not feel the same need to get dust on my knees. What this book is actually, is one long, whining, puerile, vacuous whimper from the typewriters of a group that must have little to do but sit about their hallowed vales of academe and decry the mess the common herd have made of the Church. Almost to the man, or child if more appropriate, the smart young set, as represented in this miscast endeavor, are on the faculty of some college or other east of the Mississippi. Now there is nothing intrin- sically evil about being on the faculty of any college. Some of man, and Donald Costello. It should be no shock to wade through this miasma of self pity and note what takes the knocks. We are, and have been, living in a ghetto. Are you tired of that one yet? You may not be living in a Catholic ghetto, you may be in a very ecumenical, sophisticated little parish, with little or no parish family life. The important thing is that these young (?) Catholic in- tellectuals (?) say you are living in a ghetto, and they, after all are representative of something. And so it goes. Our schools, and our nuns have been distort- 1:00 1:00 3:00 5:30 0:OO 9:OO 9:OO 11:00 11:00 11:05 11:30 Feature Films On Television Belllngham KING-TV (NBC) Channel .t KVOS-TV Channel 12 KIRO-TV (CBS) Channel 7 Tacoma Seattle KTNT-TV (CBS) Channel I1 KOMO-TV (ABC) Channel 4 KTVW:rV Channel 13 MOTION PICTURE CLASSIFICATION BY NArlONAL LEGION 'OF DECENCY: A-I--Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-II--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A-III--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults: A-IV--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults, with reservations; B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C--Condemned; NR--No Rating Available. (Note: The ratings listed bdow wtrt those given the original movies. Most films bt/ort being Shown on tele- vision dre edited to con/otto to the tel,vision cod and to the indiid#,d station's tired schedule. For this reason, objectionable parts contain,d in the original plot may be aeteted in the t,levision trston and thus tl, e original Legion rating ma? not be entirel correct.) SATURDAY, MAY 29 12:00 NaonKING-TV--Those Redheads From seanle ..................... A-2 3m--KIRO-TVmNot of This Berth ................................... A-2 3m--KVOS-TV--Wyomlng Renegades ................................ A-1 3m--KING-TV--Sprlngfleld Rlfle ..................................... A-1 )m--KTVW-TV--Outcasts of Poker Flats .............................. B Jm--KTVW-TV--The Rustlers ......................................... A.1 )m--KVOS.TV--The Harder They Fall ................................ A-2 )m--KING-TV--Three Vloleat People ................................. A-2 )m---KVOS.TV--Caged ................................................. A-2 DKIRO-TV--The Sign ot the Cross ................................ A-1 )m--KING-TV--EI Alameln .......................................... A-1 )mKOMO.TV--The Quiet American ................................ A-2 12:45 am--KVOS-TV--Threa Hours to Kill ................................. A-2 1:00 om--KIRO.TV--Standlng Room Only ................................. A-2 SUNDAY, MAY 30 9:00 om-.KOMO-TV--To Please a Lady ................................... A-2 1:00 )mKVOS-TVHow to Murder a Rich Uncle ....................... A-1 2:00 JKING-TV--DIal M For Murder .................................. A-2 2:30 )m--KIRO-TV--Thlef of Bagdad ...................................... A-1 S:00 )m--KVOS.TV--Destry Rides Again .................................. A-2 4:30 )m--KTNT-TV--Jungle Goddess ...................................... A-1 fi:00 )m--KVOS-TV--FIIght of the Lost ealioon ............................ A-2 7:00 m--KTNT.TV--It Happened Tomorrow .............................. A-2 11:00 Dm--KVOS.TV--Phantom of the Rue Morgue ...................... ,A-2 MONDAYs MAY :11 9:00 om--KOMO-TV--Parls Holiday ....................................... A-1 11:30 am--KVOS.TV--The King and the Chorus Girl ....................... A-2 S:30 pm--KVOS-TV--Texas Rangers ....................................... A-1 7:00 pm.--KIRO.TV--Flreman Save My Child ......................... ...... A-1 9:00 pm--KVOS.TV--5outh Sea Woman .................................... e 11:00 pm--KVOS-TV--Run for the Sun ..................................... A-2 11:20 pm--KIRO-TV--The Man tn the Vault ................................ A-2 TUESDAY, JUNE I 9:00 om-.KOMO-TV--The Horse Soldiers ................................ A-1 11:30 am--KVOS-TV--The King and the Chorus Girl ...................... A-2 2:00 pm--KTNT-TV--The Lion Has Wings .................................. A-I 2:00 pm--KTNT-TV--To Mary, With Love ................................ A-2 S:30 pm--KING-TV--Jamalca Run ......................................... A-2 S:30 pm---KING-TV--It Started With Eve .................................. A-1 5:30 pKVOS-TV--The Tougher They Come ............................. A-2 11:00 pm--KVOS.TV--Beast From 20,000 Fathoms ....................... A-1 WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2 9:00 om--KOMO-TV--Odds Against Tomorrow ............................ A-3 11:30 om.--KVOS-TV--Four Daughters ....................................... B :1:30 pm--KING.TV--Poula ................................................ A-2 S.30 pm--.KVOS-TV--Flghter Attack ........................................ A-1 9:00 pm--KING-TV--The Angry Hills ....................................... A-3 11:00 pm--KVOS.TV--The Road to Rio ..................................... A-1 THURSDAY, JUNE $ 9:00 9 KOMO.TV--Tcn Seconds to He;I ................................ A-2 11:30 am--KVOS.TV--Four Oaughters ....................................... B :1:00 pm--KTNT.TV--eoomerang ........................................... A-2 3:$0 pm.-KING.TV--Last of the Buccaneers ............................... A-1 S::10 pm--KVOS-TV--Last at the Buccaneers .............................. A.1 7:00 pm-..KTNT.TV--Arlzona .............................................. A-1 11:00 pm---KVOS.TV--Never Love A Stranger .............................. A-3 11:20 pm--KIRO-TV--The Maze ............................................ ,A-2 12:45 pm--KVOS.TVSon of Dr. Jekyll ................................... A-2 FRIDAY, JUNE 4 9:00 om--KOMO-TVMaby Dick ......................................... A-1 2:00pm--KTNT-TVToo Busy to Work ................................... A-1 3:30 pm--KING-TV--Masterson of Kansas ................................ A-1 11:30 pm--KVOS-TV--She's Back on Broadway ............................ NR 1:15 am--KVOS-TV--Bad for Each Other ................................. A-2 This Review Sponsored By The Preferred Wine For FISH T.. The Christian Brothers, Nape, California ing truth, keeping out the light, right up until the time that con- tributions such as this book have called them on it, and just in time, else all would be lost. Are we really this interested in the subjective soul-searching jammed down our throats by these little people. I think not. But we should know about this book, as it is almost as typical as Getlein's effort,. "The Trouble with Catholics." There is an exception or two. Garry Wills is up to his same Peglerian style and I am ac- tually a little disappointed that he adds his name and talent to this funny little book. How- ever he does calm everybody down with his observations on Catholic "intellectuals." It is rather too bad the rest of his colleagues did not read his chapter before unfurling their wondrous banners of "intellectualism." They carry them bravely aloft, but Mr. Wills, much like the soldier in Crane's "Red Badge of Courage," has decided that all the shooting and shout- ing is leo much for right now, and the baiter part of valor is to watch the silly action from the backwoods. Let's see, there is also that thing about birth control, and the guts of the celibate clergy telling "us" married intellec- tuals how we should apply morality to sex. Are we tired with that one yet? And there is more, much more to indicate depths of our sorry state, all transcribed with a horrifying lack of humility, contradicting St. Catherine of Sienna who observed that "Hu- mility springs from self-know. ledge as the clear stream flows from the well-spring." And we Catholic intellec- tuals are plenty impatient, right? Right. So let's hear it out there for Catholic inteb lectuals and their own par- tieular brand of articulate sobbing. I wonder sometimes which we will run out of first, pa- tience with these self-appoint- ed, indigenously anointed ex- perts, or with these children themselves. God bless them, I only wish they would grow up and then publish. Charred Crosses Found in Detroit DETROIT (NC) -- Two char- red crosses were found here, one at the home of slain civil rights worker Mrs. Viola Liuzzo and the other in front of the City-County Building in down- town Detroit. Police said April 3 neither cross was burning when found. They added they thought both crosses were burn- ed somewhere else and the re- mains thrown from autos. e Inter.American Force Military Precedent By Dr. George N. Kramer More history was made when the Organization of Ameri,can States appoint- ed Brazilian Gem Hugo Pan- asco Alvim commander of the Inter-American Force in the Dominican Republic. The OAS authorization was the first ever issued for the creation of such a military grouping in the Western Hemi- sphere and it may well become a precedent for future collec- tive action. US troops in the Dominican Republic have been under the command of the IAF since Sun- day night. There ari presently some 21,0OO US Marines, para- troopers and soldiers on the island. This number will be de- creased as other member na- tions of the OAS send troops. Token contingents from Bra- zil, Costa Rica, Honduras and Nicaragua have arrived and others to bring the total to about 2000 within a week are expected. The cease-fire and truce which began last Friday is continuing and at deadline comparative quiet approaching normality prevails. M a r t i a l law and curfew in all areas controlled by the Imbert junta have been removed. This is no assurance, how- ever, that the situation will re- main peaceful since no settle- ment has yet been effected. Furthermore, in the capital of Santo Domingo itself the con- flicting parties continue to re- tain their armed positions: the Imbert junta in the northern part of the city, the Caamano rebels holding the downtown business district, and the U.S. guarding an international zone running between the two. The way it looks from here, the Inter-American Force in- cluding a substantial number of U.S. military will remain in the Dominican Republic for a long time. The confused political picture has not changed much during the past week, even though the violence has almost ceased and the tension has somewhat sub- sided. Although the UN apparent- ly will keep U Thant's special representative Jose Antonio Mayobre on the island indef- initely to report his observa- tions to the Secretary Gen- eral, the Security Council has adjourned its debates on the Dominican situation, after 17 stormy sessions during the past month. Nothing was resolved nor decided in the conflict concern. ing the O.A.S. and the UN in t h e i r jurisdictional disputes while the Soviet Union's reso- lution condemning the US and requesting immediate with- drawal of its troops from Santo Domingo failed of pas- sage. Before adjourning for the time being, Soviet ambassador to the UN Nikolai T. Fedoren- ko, consoled himself with a parting blast by accusing the US of aggression. Compromise? McGeorge Bundy, President Johnson's special assitant for national security returned from Santo Domingo Wednesday to report on his negotiating activ- ities during the previous l0 days. Washington reports that any final agreement is still far in the future, even though considerable progress toward establishing a provisional gov- ernment has been made. The asserted progress revolves about Antonio Guzman, 54, the liberal former secretary of ag- riculture in the government of President Juan D. Bosch, be- fore a military coup drove him into exile in 1963. Bundy was said to have con- ferred with Col. Francisco Caamano Deno, the rebel lead- er, as well as with Gen. An- tonio Imbert Barrera, head of the five-man junta, although the real negotiator for the US, with the rebels apparently is Dr. Jaime Benitez, chancellor of the University of Puerto Rico. Benitez is also a friend of Bosch, now resident in Puer- to Rico, and is acceptable to the rebels. Furthermore, it has been reported that Caa- mano is willing to step down providing a compromise pro- vtsmnal government can be constructed around Guzman. It seems strange that sud- denly the rebels are eager to negotiate and conclude a quick settlement. General Imbert, however, has refused to agree to such an ar- rangement. There is some rea- son to believe he was not orig- inally informed of the plan. At any rate, he has expressed his unwillingness to accept any representative of the Caamano or Bosch faction. New Element The crux of the whole matter appears to be the question of Communist influence or danger. Official Washington is accept- ing the view that for some un- known reason the Communist danger in the Dominican Re- public has been greatly re- duced, although admitting the continued presence of Red agi- tators. Imbert does not seem to share this assumption. He is still wary of a possible Com- munist takeover, even though a provisional government un- der Guzman might profess its anti-Communist proclivities. In other words, he doesn't trust the Communists. Despite Washington's opti- mism, there is much to be said for Imbert's position. There could be, conceivably, a Do- minican Bay of Pigs, without an air invasion. Perhaps for this reason Presi- dent Johnson has called in the FBI for further information on the situation. Although it was at first denied at the beginning of the week that an FBI team would be sent to Santo Detain- go, at deadline this appears to have been done. The question has been raised whether the FBI was supposed to operate outside the bounda- ries of the US because that was presumably the sole juris- diction of the CIA. White House press secre- tary George E. Reedy, how- ever, is quoted as saying that "the FBI and the CIA are working jointly as they cus- tomarily do on activities that are concerned with the wel- fare of our own country." This is an unimportant issue when compared to the necessity of knowing precisely how deep- ly Communism is involved in subversion attempts to reduce another republic to the Red slavery of a Castro Cuba. Hot War There has been no letup in Legion of Decency First-Run Movies Showing in Seattle A-I recommended--The Greatest Story Ever Tod My Fair Lady, Sound of Music, Mary Popplns A-I--The Train A-2--HIgh Wind In Jamaica A-3--Joy In the Morning A.4--Zarba, the Greek B--Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders C--The Swappers, To Love Other Movies Currently Showing A-I--Those Calloways, The Tattooed Police Horse A-2--Good Neighbor Sam A-3 Recommended--Becket A-3--How to Murder Your Wife A-4--Marriage Italian Style B--Girl Happy Legion of Decency Classifications A.1--Morally unobjectionable for General Patronage. These films are considered to contain no material which would be morally dangerous ta the average motion picture oudleace. A-2--Morally unablecflonable for adults and adolescents. These films are In themselves morally harmless but require some maturity and experience presumed present In normal adults and adolescents. A-3--Morally unobjectionable for adults. A-4--Moraliy unob ectlonable for adults with reservations. B--Maratly objectionable in part for o . C--Condemned ar "positively bad." intensified. Reports of t r o o p move- ments in Red China headed for the North Vietnam border and of Soviet missile bases being prepared near Hanoi are disturbing. No less are the verbal barrages leveled against the US by Red offi- cials in Moscow and Peking. That the challenge will be met by Washington may be seen in the decision made this week to send an additional 26,000 combat'troops to South L VietnalTl within the next two months, thus bringing the US military strength there to some 70,000 men. Vast quantities of supplies as well as munitions, financed by the recent $700 million supplementary appropriation passed by Congress, are being rapidly transported to the war llllj]l$U$1llLllHlll)ll[l[Hll[rH[1l[l[pil!lpEll[HlIrl[![][li)i sectors. There is, obviously, no other recourse than to accept the challenge. Mission Ecumenism Means Action By MOST REV. FULTON J. SHEEN CUMENISM is practiced perhaps more in the Missions than any- where else. Here in our Western world, ecumenism is based on conversation. In the Mis- sions it is based upon action. And this action is in the form of human service. For example, in one of our mission hospitals 7,883 outpatients were treated in one year. Of these, 6,652 were Hindus and Moslems. Only 10 per cent were Ca- tholics. (And this is a Catholic hospital!) Some of these outpatients come from 3000 miles away. Last year, 674 major operations were performed and 1,040 babies were delivered. In the space d three months there were 570 operations and over 5,000 eye patients were treated. All this is ac- compiished in over-crowded, inadequate build- ings by a handful of medical missionary sis- ters and a few doctors. Priests! What the price of your golf clubs would mean these sistersl Catholic mothers! Have you ever asked a son or daughter to give up a soft drink a week to help the sick and suffering on the other side of the world? Business menl Did you ever promise to give a dollar a week to the Holy Father to keep these hospitals open? You who are getting fat! Did you ever think of giving up that dessert and sending the price of it to help the Holy Father feed someone who is starving? You who are getting old! Did you remember the Holy Father in your will? What you leave after you, then will gain intercessors on earth for your soul if it's in purgatory. You who live on a fixed income! Have you thought of reducing your taxes by taking out an annuity, so that you live on the same income and at your death your money will go to the poor of the world who will pray for you? There is no reader of this column who could not send a dime to help their their brothers in every part of the world. But--WILL you? GOD LOVE YOU to a "'boy in Michigan" [or SJ "This b money that I can easily live without." to Mr.  Mrs. F. R. who sent $3 "because our children are healthy." . . . to a woman who could spare her diamond ring "May this small token when sold, buy food [or story. ing bodies and perhaps help a missionary to touch a starving soul." Do you know what the 30th parallel is? It is an imaginary line that girdles the globe. Be,. low it are Central and South America, Oceana, India, half of China, most of Africa. Above it are the well-endowed, well-fed; those below live and die in wretchedness. Those above cannot envision the horror and anguish of those below. Hunger is not merely an economic problem; it is a moral and spiritual one -- a greater danger to our future than atomic warfare. It is around this searing theme that Bishop Sheen has fash- ioned his new movie, "The 30th Parallel." It runs 26 minutes and is available through your local archdiocesan director. For more informa- tion, write him or the Society for the Propaga- tion of the Faith, 366 5th Ave. New York, N.Y. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to i and mall to M o s t Re,erend Fulton ]. Sheen, National Director of the Society [or the Propa- gation of the Faith, 366.5th Ave., New York, NY 10001, or your Archdiocesan Director, Ray. tephem $eman, 907 Terry A,., Seattle 98104. SATURDAY, MAY 30 6:30-7:00 a.m., The Hour of the Cruel. fled, KTLN, Olympia, 920 en the dial, *,11,4 XlTI, Cenlrolla-Challll 1429 In 111u dial. I0: p.m., SocrlM neorl Program, "What Did They Believe In 200 AD? SUNDAY, MAY :10 4:M-t:ln a.m.,  Hour M fhe Cruel- fled, KVI, Seattle, 570 on radio dial. 1:el e.m., Hoe, r if St. Frunc KXA, S:00 a.m., The HOMI* M th CruCltle TV. Conclusion of series on Mental Illness. KBKW, AI*rdeen, 145 On rlNlle dlal. L:00 p.m., Challenge, KOMO-TV, panel- ists discuss "The Right to Grieve." DAILY 5: pm, The Scriptural Rosary, KBLE radio MONDAY THRU FRIDAY 11:20-12:01 p.m.  Rimary, KTVW.TV, Channel 1S. Sign-off broadcast, the glorious mys- teries 01 the Rosary In beautiful pic- ture and sound. SUNDAY IF:30-10:00 p.m. The Rosary, KTVW-TV, Channel 1:1. Sign-off broadcast, the glorious rays. teries of the Rosary In beautiful pic- ture and sound. MONDAY WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY 6:4S p.m., "Now IS The Hour,'* 1050 on radio dial. TUESDAY, THURSDAY :1:30 P.m. "Now Is The Hour," 1050 on radio dial. 1he Christian Brothers, Naps, Cslifornia Fricley, May 28, 1965 THE PROGRESS7 Obscene Notes By JOHN J. KANE Professor of Sociology University of Notre Dome 1 am concerned about our 16.year.old son who is secretiwe and introverted. I /ound seven pages o/ history notes but they likewise contained dirty, actually filthy drawings. Wc also [ound some pages typed in his typing class containing several sentcnces filthy in content. When he was in sixth grade, we/ound a picture of a house o[ prostitution which he said a girl gave hirn. We arc worried. What can we do? FORTUNATELY, the situation is far from unus- usal among many, many boys. Go to almost any high school or college and note the carvings on the desks. Some of them are downright obscene. Young men at this stage of life are encountering very strong sex drives. While they are sexually mature, physically, they have yet to attain emotional maturity. Some ere engrossed with sex. Most are puzzled about sex. Too many lack any kind of ade- quate sex instruction. They express this interest vicariously by obscene drawings and carvings. Neither is it surprising that some of this occurs during class. It is an understatement to admit some classes are bor- ing. It is also true that the attention span of some students is short. As a result they tend to daydream and daydreams at their age not infrequently take the form of sexual fantasies. All of this is bolstered by some of the paperbacks and maga- zines available to adolescents. If you have a conscientious drug- gist ask him to show you some of the magazines which he keeps under the counter and does not sell. You are in for e shock. Those on the stands are bad enough. Years ago while a high school teacher, another instructor showed me a highly obscene photograph which he had taken from some students. He asked my advice es to how to proceed. Since more ,than one studen was involved, I recommended he take the matter to the principal. The photograph belonged to a boy in one of my classes, a quiet, introverted youngster to whom I had never been able te get through. The school decided to expel him on the basis that one roRen apple spoils a barrel. I protested vigorously, claiming that we should keep this boy and attempt to help him. But the prinei, pal could see no difference between apples and human beings. The story has a happy ending. The student was accepted by another Catholic school. He was helped and ultimately gradu- ated from a Catholic university having overcome his problem. MENTION this to reassure you because at the moment you are quite distressed. This is not to minimize the problem. It is serious but it is also possible to help your son. First, have you ever given him adequate sex instruction? The "you" here refers both to your husband and yourself. Ade- quate sex instruction is not merely a set of negative prohibi- tions. He should learn the nature of human sexuality in wards that he can grasp. Try to dispel the notion that sex is something quite secretive, evil and we can all pretend it just doesn't exist until marriage. For the teen-ager it is only too, too real and strong. Let him learn that God provided this drive for a purpose, that it is a re, speetable part of human life. But its expression must be re. served for marriage. A great art of his secretiveness is traceable to his notions o sex. It just isn't something he can mention to his parents. Must youngsters can't, but they can be taught to do so. When we cut off legitimate communication with others on any topic, we isolate ourselves. Then we begin to consider that we are quite different from others. We develop a sense of shame and secrecy. As this proceeds we become further and withdrawn. The end result can be a serious emotional upset, if indeed, not something worse. Your son does need help but this help should first rome from his parents. Try not to be vindictive. What he needs now is understanding, not criticism. In fact, if a punitive approach is taken, you will repel him. His teachers may also be able to assist. But again, it will depend upon the teacher's personality. Select one who is well balanced and mature. Avoid the puritanical or equally, the overly permissive. There are some persons who are utterly incapable of discussing sex. They have yet to resolve their own conflicts in this area. J WOULD also investigate his associates. They may be harm- ing him; he may be harming them. This too will have to be done quietly and prudently, but above ell, realistically. There is a tendency among parents to place the blame for their own chil- dren's misdoings on others. But ultimately, this is also a moral problem. You should enlist the help of one of the parish priests. Talk it ever with one of them who knows your son and with whom ha may el. ready have some kind of pleasant association. He will know how to approach the matter in an indirect fashion. I searroly need add that through example you should help him to receive the sacraments frequently. If you find no change in his attitudes and behavior, stronger measure ere indicated. Ask your family physician to recommend a competent din- ical psychologist if he considers it advisable or even a psychi- atrist. But please don't conclude that on the basis of what you have told me your son is mentally ill. He is going through & period of life where such behavior is not uncommon, as I have already tried to indicate. You can do great harm if you exagger- ate it. Normally, I have little faith in home remedies when serious illness is involved. But in your case, I have great hope in a home remedy, namely, e prudent, sympathetic understanding of your boy's problem, and full, frank discussion of what sexuality really is. Congratulations to Graduates of '65 rum KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Council No. 676 EA. 5.3410 711 E. Unlcm Seattle, WaIngten I THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . . . YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS 10 Stores In Eest.rn & Wost.rn Wash|ngton To Serve You r