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Five From Archdiocese To Be Ordained June 15 )REV. ROBERT GOEBEL, S.J. Five men from the Se- a t t I e Archdiocese are among Oregon province Jesuits to be ordained this summer. Four of them, Rev. Joseph LeBlane, S. J., Rev. James Kenny, S. J., Rev. John Pack- ard, S. J., and Rev. Robert Goebel, S. J., will be ordained by the Most Reverend Ber- nard J. Topoi, Bishop of Spo- kane, in St. Aloysius Church, Spokane, Saturday, June 15. The Rev. Donald Turner, S. J., will be ordained July 20 by Aloysius Cardinal Traglia in the Church of the Gesu, Rome. FATHER LeBLANC, S. J. Father LeBlanc was born in Sacred Heart Parish, Tacoma. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. LeBlanc of 4050 "F" St. After attending Sacred Heart Grade School and Bellarmine High School, Father entered the P Jesuit novitiate at Sheridan in 1950. After 13 years of preparation for his ordination and teaching career, Father LeBlanc student- taught physics and mathematics at i Loyola High School, Mis- soula. His first solemn Mass will be celebrated at Sacred H e a r t Church June 23 with a recep- D n following at Bellarmine High School that afternoon. i FATHER KENNY Father Kenny is the son of Mrs. D. J. Kenney, 1903 E. Highland Drive, Seattle, and the late Mr. Kenny. He is a grad- uate of St. Joseph Grade Sclool, Seattle Prep and the University of Notre Dame. He entered the seminary in 1950 and after the usual study taught his[ory, English and speech at Jesuit High School, Portland, where he also coached football, basketball and track and mod- erated the yearbook and coached elocution. Father Kenny's first solemn Mass will be Sunday, June 23, at 11:45 a.m. at St. Joseph Church. FATHER PACKARD Father Packard, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon B. Pack- ard of 601 18th Ave. E., Seattle, attended Assumption and St. Jo- REV. JAMES KENNY, S.J. REV. JOSEPH LeBLANC, S.J. iii:!!!i!i! REV. JOHN PACKARD, S.J. seph Grade Schools and gradu- ated from Seattle Prep and SU before entering the seminary. A f t e r seminary studies he taught English, F r e n c h and Latin at Bellarmine in Tacoma and was active in school pub- lications and dramatics. He will sing his first solemn Mass at St. Joseph's Sunday, June 30, at 11:45 a.m. with a reception following from 3 to 5 that afternoon at the student union lounge at SU. FATHER GOEBEL Father Goebel, the son of Mr, and Mrs. L. N. Goebel of 9037 37th Ave. S., will celebrate his first solemn Mass at 10:30 a.m. Sunday, June 23, at St. George Church, Seattle. He completed his grammar schooling at Granite Falls and returned to Seattle to finish high school at Edison Vocational and .Broadway H ig h Schools. Ht served in the South Pacific and Japan with the U. S. Navy from 1943 to 1946 and then returned to Seattle to graduate f r o m Seattle University. Following his studies for the REV. DONALD TURNER, S.J. in Spokane and brief visit in Seattle all four of the new Jesuits will return to Alma College, Los Gates, Calif., for their last year 'of studies. FATHER TURNER The son of Mr. and Mrs. E. 3. Turner of 5826 S. Lawrence, Tacoma, Father Turner moved to Tacoma in 1942 from Dickin- son, N. D.; finished grade schooling at Visitation, h i g h school at Bellarmine and at- tended Gonzaga University and Seattle U before entering the religious life in 1950. A f t e r his studies, Father taught Latin, Greek and politi- cal science at Jesuit High School, Portland, three terms. He will remain in Rome after his ordination to f i n i s h his studies in theology and political science. His parents will travel to Rome with a group of friends for his ordination and a recep- tion will be held upon his re- turn to the States next summer. Marquette U Announces priesthood, F a t h e r Goebel taught English, religion and Commencement speech at Gonzaga Prep in Spokane. He was co-director of MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- Three the city's first inter-high school post-graduate students from the operetta which had a cast of Archdiocese of Seattle were list- 225. eel in the record-breaking grad- After ordination ceremonies uating class of 1,318 candidates for degrees at the 79th annual commencement exercises of Marquette University. They are Seattleites Ronald F. Fry, Anthony G. Levitsis, and James H. Nokleberg, all of whom are candidates for the professional degree of doctor of dental surgery; and Richard H. Baker, Tacoma, and Robert C. Sauls, Olympia, doctors of dental surgery. Marquette's commencement program were held in the Milwaukee Arena Sunday, June 2, with the Very Rev. William F. Kelley, S.J., president of the University, conferring degrees and making the principal re- marks. Patriarch Blesses Cornerstone BELLUNO, Italy (NC) -- Gio- vanni Cardinal Urbani, Pat- riarch of Venice, blessed the cornerstone for a new national shrine to Our Lady of the High- way to be built near this city, 50 miles north of Venice. Bishop Gill Will Honor His Brother The Most Reverend Thomas Gill, V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Seattle, will have a very per- sonal interest in Seattle Uni- versity's commencement this evening. He will be passing out cer- tificates of graduation a n d other academic awards and one of the recipients of a special citation will be his older brother. John M. and James J. Gill were exactly one-half the 1913 Seattle C o I 1 e g e graduating class. James J., who went on to become the nationally known founder of San Francisco's Drama Workshop, is deceased, as is Hubert G. Mullen. John M. Gill, retired city water department employee, and W a I t e r G. Coughlin, plumbing enntraetor -- the two surviving members of that memorable class, will receive from the hands of Bishop Gill the University's first commemorative Golden Jubilee presentation tonight. The John M. Gills' associa- tion with Seattle University ex- tends to another generation. Daughter Maxine became in 1949 the first child of an alum- nus to graduate from the school. A brother, Roger, fol- lowed her footsteps. The for- mer Miss Gill is the wife of Dr. Robert Larson, associate professor of sociology on the S:U. faculty. The presentation to Mr. Gill and Mr. Coughlin reads in part, "A University is known and judged by its graduates. In his rich and full life of service to God and his fellow men, (he) exemplified the Christian vir- tues for which Seattle Univer- sity exists." ISr. Virginia IProgram Head For Meeting Sister Mary Virginia, O.P., northwest National Catholic Business Association president, ::::i. SISTER VIRGINIA will be the program d i- rector of the NCBA institute to be held at the University of San Fran- cisco August 4 to 1O. This third biennial insti- tute is spon- sored by the northwest and southwest units" of CBEA. Among those who will par- tie{pate on the week's agenda are Brother Leo Ryan, direct- or of Continuing Education at Marquette;Dr. D. D. Les- senberry from the University of Pittsburgh, :and Dr. Mil- lard Collins, manager of the Educational Services of In- ternatianal Business Ma- chines in New York. Dr. George Gerletti of the Los Angeles County Schools, consultant in educational TV in the curriculum, and Sister Edith Marie, CBEA national president, will be present. This institute will carry beth undergraduate and graduate credit. For further information call Sister Virginia, PA 2-0891, or write to her at 4250 Mead St., Seattle. Holy Rosary Grad Receives Sister'sHabit Rita A. Kowats, a 1962 grad- uate of Holy Rosary High School, will receive the habit of the Dominican Sisters at the novitiate of the Poor School Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominic in Kettle Falls, Wash.,. Monday, June 10. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George J. Kowats. Her sister, a 1960 graduate of Holy Rosary is now Sister Theresa Marie, O.P., of the same order in Kettle Falls. Friday, June 7, 1963 .... Record Number Of Seniors Receive Diplomas THE PROGRESS-=7 ,--'. PRICES EFFECTIVE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, JUNE 7-E dent Kennedy has been named as the first non-Protestant to be awarded the distinguished service award of the Protestant Council of New York City. Presentation will be made November 8 here. / / s Jean Pearson, Seattle; Mary Frances Reichlin, Fife; Oralee Richter, Seattle; Ruth Sent, Tacoma; Teresa Staeheli, Kath- ryn Zoller, Judy and Nancy Williams, Tacoma. m E Free Estimates Sanitized Vans --- 801 So HOLGATE - SEATTLE -- mmmm mini 00immlllllllllHlllllllliiliilimlilliHlillillillillilllllllllllli00, ! 0000]IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII00 .ouR00, MON., ,. ,, ,u. ,,., o,o.n ,u.o,, Serra Essay Winner In Tacoma ---_ [] -- SHOP NOW FOR FATHER'S DAY ' JOHN FLO'grERfSbehn'astudentatSt'EdwardPar'iLINCOLN FINAL FEW DA ish CCD classes, receives his $25 check for being one of five winners in the recent Serra Vocation essay contest. John F. Gallagher, president of Tacoma's Serra Club, presents it to him. Unable to be present was the other winners from the St. Catholic Midwest Joseph southern--Parish part U. Branch inDrops Ofvancouver. the Archdiocese, Girls Marylhurst Receive John Billington of i MOVIN G & STORAGE i Loras College said it has been q,bq,/,U gerTl'rlcaTe$ notified that the Catholic Uni- Several Marylhurst girls from versity of America's midwest the S e a t t le Archdiocese re- branch on the Lores campus ceived Confraternity of Chris- will be drop,ped at the end of tian Doctrine certificates after this summer s sessions, completing the 10-week instruc- Lores said that the universi- tion course. ty has since 1934 conducted a The girls are: summer graduate branch for Mollie DeLateur, Hoquiam;  [ NAT::NvT:NFOR I - !:iiii!b;;;; I Y2 O;; priests, Sisters, seminarians Beverly DeLong and Marion and, lay teachers. Last sum- Niece, Sedro-Woolley; Sandra [] " mer s enrollment was 104. Goings, Seattle; Sarah Good-  ....... win, Oak Harbor; Mary Pat  rlonor Par rreslaent McIlraith, Mt. Vernon; Frankie U ES [] NEW YORK (NC) -- Presi- McPherson, P o r t Orchard; . l g IMPORT SPECIAL Patricia Nielson, Stevenson. Rer,,man COMPANyLUGGAGE S-PIECE FLY ROD ,ANDorrrCo,,--AI,o 4 9 5 Flies, Leaders, Etc. 2L22 THIRD AV.NAR LNORA , you need to o lshln' O NO INFORMATION BY PHONE-.PLEASE Kraft Jar " Miracle Whip ::,39 c SU Math Head Receives $4,000 1 00enne00,.E,,,s II,0000 Workmanship Without An Equal I Grant A,. Photographer Most 9xl2 Ruqs are $10.80 I The National Science Foun- Denpo & ho[r Gleaned ..... $20 I, Same---P.leaned and Tinted ..... S30 I darien has awarded Dr. Thee- 1426 - 5th Ave. MA. 4.0080 The Fuzzy Wuzzy Rug Co. I dore Chihara, head of the 616 Olive Way Sln*e 1900 ,MAin S-29S7 I Mathematics Department at i Seattle University, a $4,000 grant for a three-month re-  search project. He will continue his study into chain sequence and orthog- [ SPECIAL! l  onal polynomials in the branch 1 of mathematics known as an- alysis. Dr. Chihara published a paper on this subject in the Transactions of the American Mathematics Society several At Y0ur Favorite... years ago. CWV Pays Tribute To War Dead THE NATION'S war dead, including those buried in Seattle's Calvary and Holyrood Cemeteries, were remembered during Memorial Day by :the King County Chapter of the Catholic War Veterans. Laying a wreath at the base of the large granite monument at Calvary are Miss Mary Fleming, CWV state commander; and Rev. Jay Shanahan of Immaculate Parish. The honor guard includes G. L. Betholl (left) and Dan Barker. Blowing the bugle during the ceremony is Joseph Green. u(Photo by W. C. He{b, Jr.) RESPLENDENT in their academic gowns are the 813 grad- uating seniors from Seattle's nine Catholic high schools at the ninth annual combined commencement exercises in the Seattle Center Arena. Presentation of diplomas were made by Rt. Rev. Msgr. Philip Dully, archdiocesan superinten- dent of schools who presided. In the foreground is Blan- Tacoma Site Of Holy Name Cabinet Meet TACOMA -- This southern Puget Sound City will be the site of the Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies cabinet meeting Thursday, June 13, in the Top of the Ocean Res- taurant. Ascension District will be host. Final review will be held on the Society's annual Italian Dinner. scheduled S u n d a y, June 16, in the Seattle Univer- sity Student Union Building. Making the dinner report will be Joe Wilson, chairman. Names of archdiocesan dele- gates to the Society's national convention in Buffalo in Au- gust will also be announced. The cabinet meeting will open with a dinner at 6:15 p.m. Pre- siding will be Gerald M. Dak- smith, archdiocesan president. ii FEET HURT?. "BAREFOOT FREEDOH" Shoes will help his ondifion America's Most Attractive Comfort Shoe Tryle Walk Shoe Salon 1518 Fifth Avenue {Fifth Ave. Between Pike & Pine) Seatie HI ii iii I chet's mixed chorus, being directed by Maury Sheridan. Female graduates are dressed in white. In the rear of the graduating group sit the male seniors. A capacity crowd of religious and lay teachers, families and friends attended the ceremony at which Seattle's largest number of Catholic high school seniors have been graduated. (Progress Photo by W.C. Heib Jr.)