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Frlda 7, June 19, 1964 THE PROGRESS--7 Newlyweds Africa-Bound Two years in Nigeria, Africa, are ahead for Mr. and Mrs. David Schroedl whose wedding took place Saturday, June 13, in Torrington, Conn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Zak of Torrington and Mr. Schroedl's parents are Mr. and Mrs. An- ton P. Schroedl of Marysville. The newlyweds will attend a conference in Palma, Ma- jorca, and then go. to their new home in Kaduna, north- ern Nigeria, where Schroedl will serve as assistant sec- retary in the Ministry of Eco- nomic Planning, Government of Northern Nigeria, through the Massachusetts Institute of Technology F e I I o w s in Africa P r o g r a m, under a grant from the Ford Foun- dation. The bride, the former Miss Frances Zak, is a graduate of Torrington High School and at- tended the New England Con- servatory of Music in Boston. She also studied violin with a member of the Boston Sym- phony Orchestra and was a re- search librarian at Cambridge, Mass. Schroedl, a 1958 graduate of Arlington High School, received his bachelor's degree from MIT in 1962. This spring he also received two master's de- grees from MIT, in chemical engineering and industrial man- agement. As an undergraduate, he was granted scholarships and also was a research as- sistant in MIT's School of In- dustrial Management. As a junior at MIT, Sehroedl was president of the Newman Club and the follow- ing year was chairman of the Newman Clubs in the lvlR. AND MRS. DAVID SCHROEDEL Boston Province. The title of Outstanding Newman C I u b member was conferred on him in 1962 by Cardinal Cushing. The MIT Fellows in Africa program, begun in January, 1960, aims to bring well- trained, working-level assist- ance to African development institutions in a time of acute institutions in the belief that such men and their wives would p r e s e n t a favorable image of high-quality young Americans, that they would mature rapidly through re- sponsible action in the actual business and upon completing the two-year tour in Africa, would form a promising pool of talent for meeting the needs "-'% need. of the U.S. in its role towards t t..,iLl According to Carroll L. Wil- emerging Africa." son, director of the program, In addition to David, the "A corollary objective was to Schroedl family includes Mrs. Oain expose yonng Americans of ex- Kenneth Gleason of Everett; ceptional promise to operating Darlene, a June graduate of L0v0Jy  experience within such African Seattle University in nursing; Robert and Gerald of Se- a'S" I attIc; James of Redmond' Thin_$g Fo, the and Gregory, a sophomore H[k UNUSUAL j at Arlington High School, active in the CYO and COD. For IN GIFTS... The Anton Schroedls also U/jI J care fr five fster children: Her Mary, 2; Susie, 6; Johnny, 7; Gon0EBs0n I Rosemary, 9, and David, I0. Holy Names Society of Immac- ararat./F .a, ulate Conception Parish, Ar- lington, and Mrs. Schroedl is coss.s UNOZm MOm.v SlY PIN| 764 SROAOWAT | vice president of the Altar So- USZ UNIVIIRSITY WAY $1AITL! $ ME. 2-0311 SEATTLE TACOMA i ciety and a CCD instructor. I Seattle U Bible Institute EYE EXAMINATION DR. THOMAS MOORE OPTOMETRIST Office Located at Sears  Tacoma /st Floor Registration for Seattle Uni- versity's Biblical and Patristic Institute (June 29-July 30) is open until June 29. Forms may be obtained at the registrar's office and tickets for admission at the treasurer's office. Sessions are from 1-3 p.m. daily at Pigott Auditorium with Ray. R. A. MacKenzie, S.J., opening the Institute. Blood Donors Needed For TB Patients Contributions are needed for the Catholic Chaplain's account at the King County Central Blood Bank, according to Rev. John Rice, chaplain at Firland Sanatorium. Donors are asked to sped- the Catholic Chaplain's ac- count when they go to the blood bank. It is located at the corner of Madison and Terry and is open Monday through Saturday. Hours Monday and Thursday are 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.; hours Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday are 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Men, 18 to 60 and women, 21 to 60 in general good health are eligible to give blood. Dominican Sisters Mark Jubilees TACOMA--A jubilee celebra- tion for three Dominican Sisters of the Congregation of St. Thomas Aquinas was held June 14 at the Marymount Mother- house. The Rev. John Rice, brother of one of the jubilarians cele- brated the Mass. Sister Mary Sabina Sheehan observed the golden jubilee of her profession; Sister Mary Dolorita Kellers and Sister Mary Antoinette Rice cele- brated their 25th anniversaries. Spade Work For Bellingham Hospital Set BELLINGHAM  T h e Sisters of St. Joseph of Newark are awaiting the ground breaking ceremon- ies for the new St. Jo- seph's General Hospital, which will take place in Bellingham, Washington, Tuesday, June 23 at 11 a.m. The $2,102,000 establishment will be erected on the property purchased at the north end of the city and will be ready for occupancy in October of 1965. This community effort was started in 1960 with a drive that raised some $350,000, and with additional monies from Hill-Burton Fund, the new hos- pital will be completed as one of the most modem in the Northwest for general service. The 81-bed hospital will bet- ter serve the city and county needs and will anticipate the future expansion of this com- munity. Dignitaries of Church, State, County and City government will join the many well-wishers who will be in attendance at the ground-breaking ceremony. HOLY FAMILY, SEATTLE Plse paste inside your telephone directory save many ears to your pbk ctory MASSES SUNDAYS--6:00, 7:00, 8:15, 9:30, 10:45, 12 noon FIRST FRIDAYS--6:00, 8:10 and 11:15 WEEKDAYS--6:30 and 8:10 HOLY DAYS--6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 a.m., 6:30 p.m. CONFESSIONS---Saturday and Thursday before first Friday, 4:00 'm 5:30 m 7:30 to 9 SCHOOL 9615 - 20th Ave $.W. -- Phone WE. 5-0345 /PASTOR Re. Rev. Msgr. Ailbe M. McGrath 9622-20th Ave. S.W.Phone WE. 7-2122 i West Seattle Moving & Storage , WE 2.5400 Agent For Notional Van Lines (Opposite W.S. Gel{ Course) 350S S.W. Snequolmie Seattle CENTER MUFFLER SHOP Complete Exhaust Service WE 7-2333 Mufflers Installed While You Wait 9443 Delridge Wy. S.W. Seattle Summer 6:00 and 8:10 FIRST SATURDAY--6:00 and 8:10 CONVENT 9641- 20th Ave. S.W. ASSISTANTS Revs. Peter Duggan and Claude Farley Ted Van de Vord Pharmacy PRESCRIPTIONS WE S-6970 9639 - 16th Ave., S.W. ROXHILL ENCO SERVICE WE. 2-9840 Trailer Rentels--.IPropene Gas BrakasFront End Alignment 28SI S..W Roxbury BAILEY Insurance Agency "Insure With A.uran.e  Complete Insurance Service 8620 16th Ave, SW WE 7-$724 3709 S. Ferdinand PA 3-1484 White Center Shoe Repair Fine Workmanship :Fast SorT;co--Open Monday WE 5-4980 9648 - 16th Ave. S.W. DORICE Beauty Salon Halr Cutting & Re-Shaping Permanent Waving WE 7.5171 9251 4fiSh Ave. S.W. Seattle Smithco Heating Co. Lennox Gas and Oil Furnaces & Heat Pumps CH 2.9050 iB303 Ist Ave. S., Seattle SIG'S THRIFTWAY Food Center Where Every Customer Is Important WE 2-8300 4220 S.W. 100th St. Seattle LONG LIFE PRODUCTS Imported Car Auto Repairs SAAB " VOLVO FIAT SIMCA s PEUGEOT S.W. Henderson St. at 9th S.W. WE. 7-0404 Smitty's Pancake House WE 7-2883 Banquet Room Available Orders to Go Open 6 a.m. 7 Days. /:ek p'm" S.W. 104th St. at 16th S.W. EVERGREEN FINANCE CO. WHITE CENTER Personal Loans to $1,000 on Signature, Auto or Furniture WE 7-9900 9609.16th Ave. S.W. Everett Office  AL. 9.7107 Thirteen Receive Habits TACOMA -- Thirteen young women were clothed in the Do- minican habit at ceremonies held last Saturday at Mount St. Dominic novitiate chapel. The Rev. Lawrence M. Will- enborg presided at the cere- mony as the delegate of the Most Reverend Archbishop Thomas A. Connolly. He cele- brated the Mass and preached the sermon preceding the ceremony. Present in the sanctuary were Rays. William Power and Joseph Petosa of Seattle; Rev. Ibar Lynch from Pe Ell; Rev. Patrick Clark from Tacoma. The Rev. Louis M. Robinson, O.P., from Oakland gave the 10-day retreat preceding the ceremony. Those receiving their habits and names in religion were: Sister M. Luke (Philomena McCarthy); Sister M. Desmond (Virginia Landon); Sister M. Helene (Mary Anne Woolen); Sister M. Claire (Rose Mary Collins); Sister M. Eugenia (Mary Patricia Nagel); Sister M. Edward (Renae King); Sis- ter M. Louise (Marilyn Bolvin); Sister M. Edmund (Joan No School Vacation From Religion THESE kindergarten, first and second grade pupils were among 90 attending St. Peter Claver Interracial Center's one-week summer school. The pupils are shown with their teacher, Sister Michael Marie, F.C.S.P. Other classes were conducted by Sister Mary Alfreda, F.C.S.P., for third and fourth graders; by Sister Barbara Joan, F.C.S.P., for fifth through eighth grade girls; and Sister Sheila Mary, F.C.S.P., for fifth through eighth grade boys. The summer school ended Friday with an all-class Bible Devotion service. (Progress Photo by W. C. Heib It.) Walsh); Sister M. Georgia (Doreen McElhinney); Sister President Of Catholic M. Colleen (Sharon Flanagan); ww Sister M. Christina (Kathleen Meehan); Sister M. Jane (Irene Tromp); Sister M. Robert (Rosemary Powers). Sr. Benjamin New Head of St. Placid's Nurses Is Award Winner As if being surgery su- pervisor at Swedish Hos- pital wasn't enough, Eliz- abeth Bruggeman of Assump- tion Parish was recently elected the new president of the Archdiocesan Council of Cath- olic Nurses, Seattle Chapter. An award-winning nurse (literally) Miss Bruggeman received recognition for her part in designing the new sur- gery suite at Swedish from the Association of Operating Room Nureses at their March convention at Dallas. Following this trip, Miss Bruggeman then took off for !,i,ii:i:i:!:i,:i:i the convention of the National Council of Catholic Nurses. :::,:::: :,: This was a meeting near and dear to her heart for next year the competent administrator will be guiding the 52 mem- bers of the Seattle chapter in their yearly program of Cath- olic Action and self-inprove- mont. Designed to i n c I u d e lic- ensed practical nurses as well as RN's the group meets once a month 10 months of the year with a board meeting also slated each month. Now in its 14th year the ACCN encourages the spiritual education, professional a n d social contacts of Catholic nurses, promotes Catholic Ac- tion in nursing; provides an agency through which nurses are able to speak and act in nurses especially in the care of the sick poor. The Seattle chapter devotes much of its time to collecting items for the missions no doubt inspired in this endeav- or by their moderator, Rev. Stephen Szem/n, Archdioces- an Director of the Propaga- tion of the Faith. Their other main project is securing speakers and arrang. "ing discussion programs to in- form the public on the contro- versial medical, ethical and moral problems arising in the ....... practice of medicine by Cath- olic personnel. ELIZABETH BRUGGEMAN matters of common interest and encourages affiliated or- ganizations to promote the vol- untary s e r v i c e of Catholic Nigeria Priest Ratio Is 1 to 10,000 LAGOS, Nigeria (NC)--An in- tensive drive for native voca- tions to the priesthood and re- ligious life here will include exhibits, public prayers and exposition of the Blessed Sac- rament. The acute shortage in Nigeria is reflected in the proportion of about one priest for every 10,000 Catholics. North Central Deanery Will Meet A meeting of the North Cen- t r a l Deanery, Ardldiocesan Council of Catholic Women, will be held Tuesday, June 23. at 10:30 a.m. in Our Lady of Fatima Parish Hall, 3037 32nd W. in Seattle's Magnolia Dis- trict. Officers, committee chairmen and presidents of affiliations will attend to assist with plans for the year's activities, Mrs. Harold Barry, ACCW president, will be guest of hon- or at the luncheon after the board meeting. Mrs. James A. Dalton, North Central Deanery president, will preside. OLYMPIA-- Sister Benjamin Kuntz, O.S.B., was elected by direct vote Mother Prioress of St. Placid Priory for a term of six years. The Most Reverend Arch- bishop Thomas A. Connolly presided at the ceremonies held June 12 at the chapel of St. Placid's. Retiring prioress, Mother Pla- cidia Haehn, O.S.B., held her position 12 years, since the foundation of the community in 1952. Mother Benjamin was born in Dickinson, N.D. and came here With the 35 Sisters who founded St. Placid's. She served as secretary to Mother Pla- eidia and was also novice and postulant mistress, a delegate to the General Chapter of the Congregation of St. Benedict, local superior, principal and teacher since 1032. Auburn Student On GU Honor Roll Ronald Roberts of Auburn was among those listed on the honor roll at Gonzaga Univer- sity Law School during the spring semester, Dean Smith- moore P. Meyers announced. LEGION OF DECENCY --Films Reviewed i The Progress publishes here the complete list of current motion pictures and their classifications as reviewed by the National Legion of Decency. It is suggested that this listing be dipped and saved for refer- ence; additional tides will be published each week. CLASS A--Sec. 1.-Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage Alakazam, The Greet Incredible Journey Robinson Crusoe on Mars Angel In o Taxi Incredible Mr. Llmpert, Samson and the Slave Assignment Outer Space The Queen Boy Who Caught a Croak Invasion Quartet Sergeant Was a Lady (Was: BOy Who Found Island of the Blue Dolphin Siege of the Saxons (Br.) $100,000) It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Snake Woman Brass Bottle Mad World Son of Captain Blood Capture That Capsule Lassle's Great Adventure Summer HotldaY Cavalry Command (Phil.) Law of te Lowless Sword In the Stone Crimson Blade (Or.) Magic Fountain, The Teenage Millionaire Dentist kl the Chair, A Master Spy Thief of Baghdad (Br.) McHale's Navy 30 Years of Fun Dlmka McLIntock Three Stooges Go Around Dream Maker, The (Br.) Misadventures of Merlin World in a Daze Fall of the Roman Empire Jones, The Thomasina F.B.I. Code 98 My Son, the Hem Tiger Walks Flight That Disappeared Nysterlous Island Voyage to the Bottom Flipper's New Assignment Nikki, Wild Dog of the of the Sea Francis of Asslsl North When the Clock Strikes Gldget Goes to Rome One Man's Way Who's Minding the Store Gladiators Seven Pied Piper of Hamelin Wld and the Wonderful Golden Arrow, The Pirates of Tortuga Yank in Viet Nom, A Goliath and the Sins et Purple Hills You Have to Run Fast Babylon Queen of the Pirates Young and the Brave, Hey There, It's Yogi Bear Raiders, The (Br.) The Honeymoon Machine Ready for the People Young Swingers, The Rhino 8V2 (hal.) CLASS A--See. 2--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Freud and Adolescents Act O/ Flances, The Advance to the Rear (was: Frantic (Ft.) Company of Cowards Fury of Smuggler's Bay All the Way Home (Br.) Amazons of Rome (was: Gold for the Caesars Virgins of Rome) Gone Are the Ooys (Ital.) Good Neighbor Sam And Suddenly It's Murder Goliath and the Island (Ital.) of Vampires Any Number Can Win Guns of Darkness (Fr.) Haunted Palace, The Atlantis, the Lost Haunting, The (Br.) Continent Hide and Seek (Br.) Bandits of Orgosoto Hootenanny Hoot Billy Budd Householder, The Bridge to the Sun Kings of the Sun Euliet for a Badman Ladies Who Do (Br.) Burning Court, The (Fr.) Ladybug, Ladybug Captain Newman, M.D, Lancelot and Guinevere Cat Burglar Lost Mon on Earth Chalk Garden Lowrence of Arabia Children of the Damned Life In Danger Chushlngura (Jap.) Lord of the Files Convicts 4 Mon From Galveston, The (was: Reprieve) Mon from Rio Cow ond I, The (Fr.) Mary, Mary Dark Purpose Miracle Worker Day and the Hour, The Muscle Beach Party Devil at 4 O'Clock Mutiny On the Bounty Distant Trumpet Naked Edge Dr. Blood's Coffin Nightmare Ensign Pulver No My Darling Daughter Escope By Night Pit and the Pendulum Evil of Frankenstein Point of Order Family Diary (Ital.) CLASS A--Sac. 3 (Continued) Take Her, She's Mine Torpedo Bay West Side Steer Tomahlne Town Without Pity Woman of Straw Thin Red Line Twilight of Honor Woman Who Wouldn't Third Secret, The Two Are Gutlty Die, The Three On a Spree Two Women (Ital.) Youngblood Hawka Thunder of Drums Victors, Tile Zulu To Bed ar Not to Bed V.I.P.'s, The CLASS A---Sec. 4--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults, with Reservations Adam and Eve (Mex.) Girl of the Night Servant, The Advise and Consent ' Importont Man Sky Above and the Anatomy of a Murder s (Mexican) Mud Below, The (Ft.) Block Like Me Intruder Storm Center Case of Dr. Laurent (Fr.) King of Kings Strangers in the City Circle of Deception L-Shaped Room, The Suddenly, Last Summer Clea from 5 to 7 (Fr.) La Dolce Vlta (Ital.) This Sporting Life (er.) Cool World, The Lolita Tom Jones (Br.) Crowning Experience Long Day's Journey Too Young to Love Devil's Wanton (Swed.) Into Night Under the Yum Yum Divorce, Italian Style Martin Luther Tree (Ital.) Mondo Cane Victim (Br.) Dr. Strongelove Never Take Candy Walk On the Wild Side Easy Life, The (Ital.) From a Stranger Young and the Willing, Eclipse (Ital.) Night af the Iguana The (Br.) Organizer, The Pressure Point Quick Gun Ring of Treason CLASS B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All Robin and the Seven Hoods Carpetbaggers, The Klssln' Cousins Small World of Sammy Sardonicus Cleopatra Lady in the Cage Lee, The (Br,) Secret Door, The Comedy of Terrors Ledo (Fr.) Soldier in the Rain Scream of Fear Ceniugal Bed, The (Ital.) Long Ships, The Station Six Sahora Secret of Deep Harbor Crazy Desire Looking for Love Strangler, The Seven Days in May Cry of Battle Love on the Riviera Sunday In New York Shock Treatment Curse of the Living Corpse Man in the Middle Three Fables of Love Sound of Trumpets (Itol.) Dementia t3 New interns, The (Fr,) Square of Violence Devil and The Ten Night Must Fall Tiara Tahiti (Br.) Stagecoach to Thunder Commandments Of Human Bondage Viva Los Vegas Rock Four For Texas Of Love and Desire Woll of Noise Stolen Hours From Russia With Love Stop Train 349 from Berlin Girl Hunters, The Surf Party Gun Hawk, The Suitor, The (Fr.) " Honeymoon Hotel 5wingln' Affair He Rides Tall Terror, The Irma La Douce Thunder Island Johnny Cool Trunk, The Twenty Plus Two Two Nights With Cleopatra Unsinkable Molly Brown Voice of the Hurricane Affair of the Skin, An Walk a Tight Rope And God Created Walk Into Hell Woman (Fr.) War Is Hell Baby Doll Weekend With Lulu Botcony, The Wheeler Dealers Bed of Grass (Greek) X--The Man With the Bell'Antonlo (Ital.) X-Ray Eyes Boccaccio 70 (Ital.) Young Doctors Bonne Soupe, La Palm Springs Weekend What a Way to Go Psyche 59 Who's Been Sleeping Rampage in My Bed Seventh Dawn Wives and Lovers 5hock Corridor Yesterday, Today and Shot in the Dark, A Tomorrow CLASS CCondemned La Nolle (Night) (Ital.) Phaedra (Greek] Lady Chotterley's Lover Playglrl After Oark fBr.) (Ft.) Ptease, Not Nowl (Fr.) Law, 'the (Fr.) Port of Desire Les Liaisons Pot Boulllo (Lovers of Dongereuses (Fr.) Paris) IFr.) Lione, Jungle Goddess Prime Time Love Game (Fr.) Private Property Love IS MY Profession Question of Adultery Breathless (Fr.) CLASS A--Soc. 3---Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Ch,,s, ne Keeler Altair, The Ada For Those Who Think Money, Money, Money Cold Wind In August America, America Young (Fr.) Come Dance With Me Angels of Darkness Fun in Acapulco Move Over Darling (Fr.) Armored Command Global Affair Murlel (Fr.) Doll, The Beach Party Great War, The Noked Kiss During One Night (Br.) Becket Guest, The Nightmare in the Sun Expresso Bongo (Br.) Bedtime Story Gunfight at Comanche One Plus One Five Day Lover (Fr.) Billy Liar (Br.) Creek Out-of-Towners Girl With the Golden Breakfast At Tlffony's Hellfire Club Ponlc Button Eyes (Fr.) Cardinal, The Hustler, The Panic in Year Zero Green Carnotlon (was: Ceremony, The In the French Style Pink Panther Trials of Oscar Wilde) Claudelle lnglish Killers, The Prize, The (Br.) Come September Kisses for My President Pyro Green Mare (Fr.) Commando Leopard, The Rocco and HIs Brothers Heroes and Sinners (Fr.) Condemned of Altone Love With the Proper hal.) I Am a Camera ouctb The Stranoer Running Man, The I Love, You Love (Ital.) Dead Ringer Man Who Couldn't Walk Season of Passion Joan of the Angels? Dr. Crippen (Br.) Mail-Order Bride Summer and Smoke Jules and Jim (Fr.) Eyes of Annie Jones Maniac Soson Slade Knife in the Water (Pol.) Face in the Rain Man's Favorite Sport Strait-Jocket L'Avventura (Itol.) Flight from Ashiyo Marnie (Fr.) Saturday Night and Love on o Pillow (Fr,) Sunday Morning (Br.) Lovers, Tile (Fr.) Savage Eye Mademoiselle Striptease Seven Capital Sins (Fr.) (Ft.) Silence, The Magdoleno (Ger.) SJns of Mono Kent Maid In Paris (Fr.) Smtlos of n Summer Mating Urge Nighf (Swedish) Miller's Beautiful Wife Tales of Paris (Ft.) (Itol.) Temptation (Fr.-Ital.) Mistress for fhe Summer Third Sex (Ger.) Mitsou (Fr.) Too Young, Too h'nmoral Mom and Dad (Sideroad) Trlols of Oscar Wilde Moon Is Blue, The (Br.) Molesters, The Truth, The (La Ver[le} My Life to Live (Fr.) (Fr.] Never on Sunday (Greek) Viridlann (Sp.) Nude Odyssey, The (ItoL) War of the Buttons (Fr.) Odd Obsession (Jap.) Wasted Lives ond Of Wayword Love The Birth of Twins Oscor WJlde (Br.) Weekend Passlonale Summer Women of the Warm (Fr.-Ilal.) (llal.)