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01 .... 10THE PROGRESS Friday, June 5, 1964 III II i i Father Szeman Ponce, Lima And Puno From time to time it is interesting to follow the progress of the lay missionaries of the Archdiocese of Seattle. Especially, those that are in South America at the present time. Mr. and Mrs. John Little and their four children--all for- merly of Ridgefield--are quite the veterans now with almost three years of service. They have been in Ibarra, Ecuador, help- ing to develop the Instituto Campesino which is, in a way, a planned community social development center. It is sponsored and conducted by the bishop. Much has been done through this social development to aid the people here in the remote section of Ecuador. New co-ops have been formed, sewing classes have begun, building. trades developed. The economic as well as educational level of the people has begun to rise. Just recently the parish of St. Rose in Lima has been blessed with the work of another one of our volunteers, Thelma i Stennette of Seattle. Thelma is at St. Rose Parish, teaching music, playing the organ, directing the choir in the grade school and from her letters we find she is enjoying her work immensely. It will be through her service and work in this parish that the liturgy of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass will be carried on to greater degree of perfection and the children in the school will learn to use their gift of voice to praise God. Actually, this type of missionary duty reminds one of St. Soc'i6t: for The"r [bropagatJ0n of theFaith Ray. Stephen Szemon, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 Francis Xavier who composed special songs and used bells to attract the children to the doctrine of Christ. One of our newest arrivals in South America for his tour of duty is Carl Maxwell of Seattle. Carl has spent the last three months in Puerto Rico at the Ponca University preparing for his duties in Lima, Peru. Originally, Carl was scheduled to teach in a trade school at Pampa de Comas in the city of Lima. However, after spend- ing a few weeks at the Papal Volunteer Center in Lima, get- ring oriented to the particular area, an emergency arose in the little town of Puno high up in the Andes at 12,000 feet, and a civil engineer was needed, so it looks like Carl's assignment has changed now and he will have to leave the warm semi- tropical climate of Lima for the cold mountains of Pane. Everyone can realize how necessary it is for the volunteers in South America to be ready to change and adapt themselves to the various and trying circumstances at the drop of a hat. For instance, Carl will have to go out and change his whole wardrobe and try to pick up heavy clothing that will be adequate for the colder mountain regions. Of course, when you are a volunteer on the missions, you can understand that a person doesn't keep an extra supply of cash on hand to go out and buy a new wardrobe. But I am sure that there are always some good readers that will make sure that any such emergencies that occur will be taken care of. If any of you or you r friends are interested in helping Carl and his present problem, or any of our volun- teers in South America you may rest assurd that the help is needed and deeply appreciated. Furthermore, you are help- ing one of our own archdiocesan lay volunteers which should make anyone especially proud of this area of God's vineyard that can produce the generous response we have had in the lay missionary field. Incidentally, if anyone is looking for a little missionary activity, the volunteers in South America would appreciate hav- ing letters written to them from home. Anyone who has been in the service or away from home for a long time knows how valuable it is to receive correspondence regularly. If you wish for any of their addresses simply write or call the office and we will be happy to supply the information you request. Well, I hope that gives you some idea of a few of the vol- iunteers in South America. Maybe real soon we will be able to bring you up-to-date on the others. ! God bTess you! : A special six-week training course for persons interested in the Papal Volunteer Program for the Seattle Archdiocese will ;! begin Monday, June 15, at Seattle University. , Sessions will be held twice weekly in the evenings, Tuesday /.!and Thursday from 6 p.m.-8 p.m. : This program is a must for all future volunteers for service i in South America. It will also he very useful for persons volun- !i leering for other missionary duties. This Institute will feature courses prepared by the SU theology and history department. Fee for the Institute is $5 per course. The Institute is open to anyone interested. It is a non-credit course. Registration will be accepted by the office of the Papal Volunteers at 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104, by completing and sending in the following coupon: I WOULD LIKE TO REGISTER FOR THE PAVLA INSTITUTE BEGINNING JUNE 15 AT SEATTLE UNIVERSITY. NAME ............................................... ADDRESS ............................................ I I I PHONE .............................................. I .I .J Congratulations to the children and other individuals of the Archdiocese who take such an interest in the ransoming of pagan children for the Holy Childhood, The following are on the Annals honor roll: Queen of Angels, Port: Angeles ......................... 34 babies Assumption School, Seattle ............................. 17 babies St. Rose School, Longview ............................. 5 babies Our Lady of Guadalupe School, Seattle ................ 3 babies St. Teresa CCD, Seattle ................................ 2 babies Peggy Colegrove ....................................... 1 baby Elenita Carroll ......................................... 1 baby ; Lawrence Miller ....................................... 1 baby ": Cut out this column, pin your saerifieo to it and mail it to 17 Re v. Stephen Szem::n, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for ii  the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW FORMAL WEAR RENTALS 9th & OliveMU 2-5898 4716 University Way N.E.--LA 4-4100 In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave. So.--BR 2-8215 Scholarship Goes to Essay Winner JOHN M. Merrill Jr. (second from left), 18, 1964 Seattle Prep graduate, Saturday was named winner of the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus' James Shields General As- sembly Essay Contest. Presentation of a $500 scholarship was made at the John F. Ken- nedy Memorial Exemplification Banquet in the Olympic Hotel. With the winner are Dr. Otto Vogeler, essay co-chairman; and John's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Merrill, 7530 S. Lake Ridge Dr. in St. Paul's Parish. The winner will attend summer courses at Seat- tle University before majoring in pro-medicine next fall at Stanford University. Conduct- ed with the cooperation of the Catholic Interschool Council of Seattle, the contest was open to seniors of Catholic schools and CCD Schools of Religion. Theme was "What are my obligations as a student to insure the rights of minority groups?" The Most Rev- erend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, presided at the banquet.. (The winning essay will be reprinted in the June 12 edition of The Progress.) CurSillos Hear Isolation Cliques Scored LIVONIA, Mich. (NC) -- De- troit's Archbishop John F. Dearden has denounced club- like groups which encourage isolationism within the Catho- lic Church. "We do not live in isolation. We constitute one body, one community in Christ," the Archbishop told the first meet- ing here of a group of the Cur- sillo de Cristiandad. "Our destinies and the desti- nies of others are bound to- gether," he declared. "Th i s is a meaningful doctrine as old as the Church itself, but some- how we have at times lost sight of the fact we are open on all sides to others and that Christ died for all men." U. S. Sen. Philip A. Hart of Michigan, who is a cursillo member, paid tribute to a 10- point statement recently is- sued by the Bishops of Mich- igan endorsing civil rights, equal opportunities in hous- ing, iobs and education and the civil rights program being advocated by President John- son. No religious body has prom- ulgated a more meaningful poliey than the one issued by your Bishops," the Senator declared. Housing For Elderly 'Need' WASHINGTON (NC)--It is time that Church groups paid more attention to the thousands of elderly persons living in sub- standard and dilapidated homes, the executive secretary of the 6 Priests,. 47, Including For too long, said Msgr. Raymond J. Gallagher, Cath- Become 4fh Degree Kn,ghfs o,,OgroupsdioceseShave beenand religioUSdevoting their attention to the very sick and very aged in institu- Six priests and 41 knights from 11 councils in the Archdiocese Satur- day received the honors of full knighthood at the Knights of Columbus Fourth Degree Me- morial Exemplification in the Seattle KofC Hall. The exemplification and conclave, ending Sunday, was held in memory of the late President John F. Kennedy. Presiding at the western dis- trict bi-annual conclave was Western State Master Donald S. Young of Seattle. Hosts for the two-day event were mem- bers of the James Shields Gen- eral Assembly, led by Faithful Navigator Timothy H. Harn Jr. High-ranking fourth degree district officials included Sir Knights from Eastern Wash- ington, Oregon, British Co- lumbia and the Yukon, led by Michael W. Kehr of Portland, vice supreme master of the Junipero Serve Province Priests exemplified in the fourth degree are: The Rev. William Dell, pas- tor of St. Augustine's Parish, Oak Harbor; Rev. John P. Donohoe, pastor of St. Gabriel's Parish, Port Orchard; Rev. John J. Duffy, pastor of Holy Family Parish, Auburn; Rev. John Welsh, pastor of St. Moni- ca's Parish, Mercer Island; Roy. Gerard M. Evoy, S.J., Port Angeles Council--James Caldwell and Raymond Perron. Everett Council--Bert Crania, Loren Dierkhissing, M. E. Hardy, ldward Husarik, John Marra and Henry Rochon. Renton Council--Alfred Mufti Jr. Oak Harbor Council--Herbert I-lemann. Bremerton Council -- Albert Auger, Anton Blank, Eugene Brennan, Harry Bydalek, N. Paul Drnjevic, Donald McPher- son, Richard Smead, Anthony Vezetinski, and Francis Wald- billig. Marian Anderson To Receive Fordham Degree NEW YORK (NC)- Negro singer Marian Anderson and two executives in the world of entertainment are among seven persons to be awarded honor- ary degrees at the llgth annual commencement a t Fordham University June 10. Thomas J. Deegan, Jr., who heads the New York World's Fair executive committee, and Westinghouse Broadcasting net- work head Donald H. McGan- non are being honored. The others are AFL-CIO president George Meany, New Ovedake Council, Bellevue-- James W. Davis, Michael Done- van, John P. Frank, Theodore Hikel, Bernard gaiter and Michael Ludwig. St. Frances Cabrini Couneil, Lakewood, Tacoma--James F. DeLa Cerna and Flare Pigna- taro. Tacoma Councll -- William Bellantonio, J. L. Cummings Sr., Martin Ridgeway (post- humously) and Ray Simpson. Seattle Council- Clyde Ben- nett, James Bomer, Felix Campanella, James DuPlanty, Edward Loving, Marvin Otto, Merton Stevenson and Joseph Tobin. tions, while the vast majority of elderly persons received little assistance. FATHER'S DAY GIFTS ... from KAUFER'S .,. ,/ MEDALS AND CHAINS Ideal Gift for Dad: STATUES of ST. JOSEPH Patron of fathers W/: - MISSALS... ROSARIES .  g-.., ST. 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