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. . Pr;day, :July 20, !.962 Benedlcf,ne Meet Arts Crafts Fair Opens Seafair Means Picks SMC As Site OLYMPIA m The American Benedictine Academy has scheduled meetings for four of its sec- tions at St. Martin's College from August 24-27. The Right Rev. Raphael Heider, 0.S.B., abbot of St. Martin's, has arranged the meetings so that members will be able to attend the Liturgical Week in Seattle immediately preceding the ABA. Sacred studies, social sci- ences, library science, and fine arts are the four sec- tions holding discussions this summer, all under the gen- eral theme of "Ecumenics." Benedictine teaching priests, brothers, and sisters will be delegates from 102 abbeys, priories, and motherhouses to attend the 30 sectional meetings programmed under the four general areas dur- ing the days of the Academy. All sessions are open to the public. The Rev. Daniel J. O'Han- lon, S.J., of Alma College, Los Gatos, will present a paper, "The Worship and Liturgy of American Sects," as one of the sessions of the social sci- ences section of the Academy. One of the four sections meeting, social sciences will present nine papers for dis- cussion, six by Benedictine priests and Sisters, the one by Father 0'Hanlon, one by Mon- signor James Shannon, College of St. Thomas, St. Paul, and one by a professor at Chicago Teachers College, Dr. Wallace Dierickx. The Rev. Maurus Keller, 0,S,B., of St. Martin's, has r prepared a paper on the "Changing Concept of Lib- erallsm." Father Maurus is dean of student affairs at St. Martin's College and profes- sor of history and theology. Four joint meetings for all delegates have also been ar- ranged with lay and clerical speakers, including John Cog- ley, of the Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Mr. Cogley will talk on "The Continuing Dialogue: An Ap- praisal." Other items in these general meetings will be a symposium on Catholic ecu- menism, one on sacred scrip- ture, and another on migratory labor. The four sections include 27 sessions or diseussion groups on problems of inter- est, including "The Hindu Family in Transition," "Obedience and Contempor- ary Monastic Life," and "The Sense of God in Cine- ma." Other laymen taking part in the ABA meetings are Robert Rambusch, Conn.; Gerard Sherry, Fresno, Calif.; Dr. Thomas Sullivan, Mount An- gel, Ore.; Norman Nilsen, Com- missioner of Labor, State of Oregon; and Doctor Dierickx. Chairmen of the four sections are Mr. Rambusch, fine arts; FATHER FATHER MAURUS O'HANLON Rev. Benjamin Stein, O.S.B., St. John Abbey, Collegeville, Minn., library science; Sister Claire Lynch, O.S.B., St. Paul, Minn., social sciences; and Rev. Bernard Sause, O.S.B., St. Benedict A b b e y, Atchinson, Ran., sacred sciences. The at. Rev. Denis Strittmat- ter, O.S.B., Archabbot of St. Vincent Archabbey, Latrobe, Pa., is chairman of the Coun- cil of the Academy, and key. Martin E. Schirber, O.S.B., of St. John's, is president of the Academy. Retreat Meet To Be Held In Portland PORTLAND, Ore. -- Bishop John J. Wright of Pittsburgh, Pa., will deliver the keynote address July 26 to 'more, than 800 delegates and guests ex- pected to attend the 19th bi- ennial convention of the Na- tional Catholic Layman's Re- treat Conference. It will be held here July 26- 28, with headquarters at the Sheraton-Portland hotel. Eugene J. McCarthy, U.S. Senator from Minnesota, will be speaker at the conven- tion's closing banquet July 28. With Bishop Wright to ad- dress the convention's first gen- eral session July 26 will be the Most Rev. Stephen A. Leven, auxiliary bishop of the arch- diocese of San Antonio, Texas, who will give the invocation, and Archbishop Edward D. Howard, of the archdiocese of Portland, who will open the convention held under his pat- ronage. Portland Mayor Terry Scbrunk will extend a civic welcome to delegates and guests. Harry M. Klenda, presi- dent of the NCLRC, will pre- side. A two day program of gen- eral sessions and workshops has been scheduled July 27-28 around the convention's gen- eral theme, "In Sanctity and Justice." A program of social activi- ties and sightseeing has been scheduled for delegates and guests. Registration will take place all day Thursday, July 26, at the Sheraton-Portland hotel, and late registrations will be at 8 a.m. during the two fol- lowing days. 'Apologetic' Approach To Patriotism Hit (Continued from Page 1) tuting the greatest threat to the American way of life--and which on their part try to pin the label of "super-patriot" on Mr. Hoover --stem from political and social ideologies which are not only secularist, but decidedly anti-religion. There have been some incidents in our past in which, per- haps, we cannot take complete Pride. But on the whole it is to be doubted that any nation in history ever made so many and such great sacrifices for other peoples, and for such high motives. Nor are our good works at an end. American private organi- zations, as well as the Government, are still contributing money and goods and time and the talents of many highly trained peo- ple to causes and projects calculated to benefit others first and most, and Americans only secondarily, if at all. On the other hand, and for some time now. nations that base t their political and social system on atheism have been developing a new era of colonialism as ruthless as any known to history. They have denied man his dignity,  and debased him, at home and in satellite countries. They have controlled his every action, and have tried to shape his every thought. If this in itself were not bad enough, these same atheistic forces are trying to win, and eventually dominate, the newly emerging nations round the globe. These new nations, for the most part, say they want to be neutral between Soviet Russian Communism and the West. But sooner or later they must make a choice in the leader- ship they will follow. At present, diverting attention from its own colonialism, world Communism is showing an alarming ability to capitalize on the anti-colonial sympathies existing in the new countries. It will only help Communism to spread if Americans, particu- larly at this time, forget the preponderance of things for which they ought to be thankful, and lash out in irresponsible criticism of the United States. Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visifaflon Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) No Retreat No Retreat July 27-29 Immaculate Conception, Everett Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett St. Mary Magdalen, Everett August 10-12 Assumption, Bellingham Sacred Heart, Bellingham St. Thomas, Camas St. Mary, Kelso St. Rose, Longview St. Philip, Woodland TIqE PROGRESS--3 /, Soon in Bellevue Square Sailors At USO Seafair may mean parades, princesses and pirates By Alice Fosnicjht Hennincj The deserted atmos- phere of a school in the summer time was ex- changed for an air of ac- ti, vity last weekend in a Bellevue school when sculptors labeled their pieces, artists car- ried their paintings and crafts- men registered their work in the Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Fair to be held in the Bellevue Square July 27-29. "I'm meeting many of my friends here," Sister Bernard of Jesus, F.C.S.P., said. A couple of artists showed Sister their work; some expressed interest in future art classes while another painter'asked Sister's advice about whether to enter in the professional or non-professional categories. Sister Bernard, well-known in the Northwest for her prize- winning work and her versa- tility of media, said, "This Fair is a wonderful one because so many people have an oppor- tunity to show their art. It's particularly important this year for World's Fair visitors to see the work of the Northwest art- isis and craftsmen." Commenting a b o u t her European trip this Spring where she visited all the Marian shrines, Sister stress- ed the importance of seeing local art. "Whenever I could, I attended a local show; I wanted to see the people's art," she said. "Art really tells us how and what the people are thinking," she con- tinued. Sister visited the shrines of Our Lady of Knock, Ireland, Our Lady of Fatima in Portu- gal, Lourdes in France but as an artist, she was most im- pressed with Gaudi's represen- tation of the Black Virgin of Montesserrat in Barcelona, Spain. "The mountains are Gaudi's inspiration and the w h o I e spirit of Barcelona is influ- enced by his imaginative con- crete sculpture," she said. Metal and concrete are the media which Sister usually chooses for her sculpture. She uses acetylene torches and casts in bronze. Sister's work was exhibited in the Otto Spaeth shows in New York and the Cardinal Cushing show in Boston. She has had a one- man show at the Black Frairs Gallery in San Francisco and has exhibited locally in gallery and museum exhibitions. One remembers Sister's sculpture, "Spirit Temple" placed alone in one of the galleries of the Seattle Art Museum during the Easter Religious show last year. After the Bellevue Fair, pa- trons of the Liturgical Arts ex- hibit at the Liturgical Week ENTERING "TOTEM ANGEL" IN THE PACIFIC NORTHWEST ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR, Sister Ber- nard of Jesus, F.C.S.P., is shown with her sculpture of white pine charried with black. A prominent Northwest print- maker and sculptor, Sister Bernard's work will also be shown i,r the Liturgical Art Show in the World's Fair Opera House during Liturgical Week. Aug. 20 to 23 at the World's Fair Arena may look forward to seeing her work again though at that time, Sister will be addressing the Catholic Art Association's national meeting in Buffalo, New York. Sister will speak on the Montessori Method of Education, a sub- ject which she is as enthusias- tic about as the field of art. "The Montessori Method," said Sister who is teaching the subject at Seattle University this summer, "is a way of life. At the earliest level, an edu- cator may begin to teach Mon- tressori, a careful and joyful educational method encompass- ing the spiritual, physical, men- tal and social being." Is this summer class of eighty students a preparation for future educators? Sister says, "No, unless these students have further training add we do not know whether the Uni- versity will offer this or not." We may not list Sister's awards and there are many because Sister answers, "It is an award simply to ex- hibit in a show." We remem- ber that Sister's work was hung in the speeial "Juror's Choice" section each of the two previous years she en- tered the Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Fair. Though a native of San Fran- r eisco, Sister received a B.A. and M.F.A. in Sculpture from the University of Washington. "Totem Angel," one of her en- tries for the Bellevue Fair, was part of Sister's thesis, en- titled, "Symbolism In Art." Her other entry was a wood cruci- fix with the corpus cast in bronze. Before that, she studied LEGION OF DECENCY with La Liberte at St. Mary's in Notre Dame and at Arts and Crafts in Oakland and in other art schools in Los Angeles. Sister's enthusiasm about art is so contagious that she might bring about a rash of beginning "Sunday painters." "Some Art educators may dis- agree with me but I feel that in the field of art, we need more and more people to try their hand at art." We can improve the caliber of our re- ligious art when we let more people do religious art and re- frain from criticizing them," Sister continued. Sister summarizes her phil- osophy with, "When we be- begin to live ereatively, we live as whole people. We live as man is supposed to live with emphasis on the spiri- tual values." Can the execution of reli- gious art influence a person's personal philosophy? Sister an- swers that artists who are good artists have a religious spirit. Interested in the interplay of sculpture and other art forms with architecture, Sister says that church artists and archi- tects should first study the life of the church's particular pa- tron in relation to Christ. "The church should convey the whole spirit of the patron," Sister said. "The altar should be close enough so that the peo- ple can participate fully at Mass." "Then," she continued, "the Church should relate to the atmosphere of other build- ings and the geographical area." "I noticed in Europe that contemporary architects were very concerned with this idea," she said. "In particu- lar, I remember a church in Ossi, Switzerland. There, the church's high-colored facade related beautifully to the sur- rounding Swiss Alps." The spirituality which is the essence of all Sister's work is always presented with drama. Her sculpture, paintings, prints and crafts convey the idea that the spiritual is never dull nor mundane but has an excite- ment and an enveloping power. but at the USO-NCCS Club it means sailors and more sailors. The social action center for the military at 1123 5th Ave. is preparing to entertain personnel from 10 Navy ships which will visit Seattle from July 27 to Au- gust 5. It means thousands of cups of coffee and hundreds of cakes and cookies, baked by generous women of parishes and served by volunteers who give mean- ing to the "Hi! Welcome" ban- ners worn by them as they greet visitors. To junior hostesses it means a week of decorating the club and weeks of planning dances, picnics and shows for the en- tertainment of visitors and all servicemen in the area. The US0-NCCS Queen, Miss Alice Lorigan, will be in the party which welcomes the fleet at Pier 91 Friday, July 27. Then after the King of the Fleet is chosen from rep- resentatives of each visiting ship, she will be one of his companions for the round of entertainment provided for him, including a visit to the World's Fair and dinner in the Eye of the Needle. The royal couple will appear at the Military Balls Saturday night, which will be held simul- taneously at the US0 Club and the Armed Services YMCA, and again at the formal dance in the USO-NCCS Club Sunday night. The aircraft carrier, USS Helena, will arrive Tuesday, July 30. There will be a dance in its honor in the club that evening. The girls Wednesday will be hostesses to a cocktail hour with a "Sing-A-Long Without Mitch" followed by a record dance. A picnic at Alki Beach is the program for Thursday night and Friday night there will be a variety show, a chowder chow and platter patter dance. Again Saturday, August 4, there will be two military balls in the US0 Club and YMCA. Festivities will end with a for- And certainly, this result is a real "Anchors Aweigh" dance most important function of the ' Sunday night. religious artist. The Catholic War Veterans When the Pacific Northwest Arts and Crafts Fair opens,  patrons of the arts as well as those people who don't often frequent,galleries will see the. i paintings of the most impor- tant artists in the Northwest= ern states and Alaska hung near to the paintings of the budding artists in the non-pro- fessional division. This show- ing of art simulates Sister Ber- nard's theory that "more and more people should try their hand at art." --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 clipped and saved for refer- ence; additional titles will be published each week. CLASS ASec. lMorally Unobjectionable for CLASS ASec. 3 (Continued) Air Patrol Alakazam the Great Babes in Toyland ashful Elephant Beauty and the Beast Best of Enemies Big Red Big Wave Singer Not tt]e Song Last Year at Roman Spring of Mrs. Something Wild Marianbad Stone Blast of Silence Light in the Piazza Stop Me Before I Kill Summer and Smoke Boys Night Oat Murder. Inc. Susan Slade Breakfast at Tiffany's Ninth Circle Sweet Bird of Youth Cape Fear Notorious Landlady Taste of Honey Claudelle English Nun and the Sergeant Tender Is The Night Children's Hour On Any Street Three On a Spree Come September One Plus One Through a Glass The Couch One, Two, Three Darkly Only Two Can Play Thunder of Drums Counterfeiters of Paris Pidgeon That Took Town Without Pity Rome Two Women Counterfoil Traitor Ride the High Double Bunk Country View from the Bridge Four Horsemen of Rider on a West Side Story the Apocalypse Dead Horse Wolf Larsen CLASS B--Morally Objectionable in Part for All Back Street House of Fright Paris Blues Bachelor Flat House of Women The Payroll The Bloody Brood It Happened in Peeping Tom The Brain That Athens Private Lives of Wouldn't Dic Jessiea Adam and Eve Cabinet of Caligari Journey to the Purple Noon Chapman Report Seventh Planet Shoot the Piano Concrete Jungle The Joker Player Day the Earth Lcda Siege of Syracuse Caught Fire Lover Come Back Splendor in the Grass 1.overs on a Summerskin The Tartars Devil's Eye Tight Rope Doctor in i.ove Telltale Heart Explosive Generation Man Trap That Touch of Mink Five Mlnutes to Live Marines Let's Go Tomorrow Is My Force of Impulse The Mark Turn Goodbye Again Mary Had a Little Too Late Blues Guns of the Black Maxima Wild Harvest Witch Night of Evil Wonders of Aladdin Gypsy Nights of Rasputin World By Night The Head No Love For Johnny Young Hellions CLASS C--Condemned Bon Voyage Boy Who Caught Life of Maria Gorclti a Crook Majority of One Capture That Capsule Man Who Wagged Cash On Demand His Tail Cinderella Merrlll's Marauders General Patronacje Hey, Let's Twist Honeymoon Machine Invasion of tim Slat' Creaiurcs Invasion Quartet Jack the Giant Killer La Belle Americaine Lad, a Dog Land We Love Clown and the Kid Midsummer Ni|zl]t's The Comancheros Dream Dalton Who Got Mr. Hobbs Takes a Away Vacation Dentist In the Chair Modern Times Desert Patrol Moon Pilot El Cid Mothra Errand Boy Murder She Said Flight That Music Man Disappeared Mysterious Island Follow That Dream Nearly A Nasty Forever My Love Accident Francls of Asslsl Nlkki, Wild Dog Gambler Wore a Gun of the North Gigot Pied Piper of Hamelin Greyfriar's Bobby Pirates of Tortuga I-laI:old Lloyd's World Prisoner of the h'on of Comedy Mask Hatari Purple Hills Heroes Island Queen of the Pirates Ring-a-Ding Rhythm Road to Hong Kong Runaway Safe at Home Saintly Sinners Search For Paradise Second Time Around Sergeant Was a Lady Sergeants 3 Snake Women Stowaway in the Sky Summer to Remember Swinging Along Teenage Millionaire Thief of Baghdad 300 Spartans Three Stooges Meet Hercules Town Like Alice Two Little Bears Underwater City Valley of the Dragons Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea When the Clock Strikes Whistle Down the Wind The Wild Westerners X-15 You Have to Run Fast Zotz CLASS A--See. 2--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents Atlantis, the Lost Flower Drum Song Pit and tile Pendulum Continent Follow That Man Pleasure of His Barabbas Frantic Company Battle at Bloody Geronlmo Pocketful of Miracles Beach Gidget Goes Hawaiian Premature Burial Belle Sommers Gun Street Reprieve Beware of Children Hand of Death The Risk Beyond All Limits Hands of a Stranger Rommel's Treasure have again volunteered to make the piek-ups of cookies in parishes Sunday, July 22. They will also provide senior hosts each evening in the club. Mrs. A. W. Neubecker, chair- man of senior hostesses, is or- ganizing a corps of volunteers for the information desk, hos- tess refreshment t a b I e and snack bar. She requests that may lady, who can give three hours of time during these I0 days, may call her at AT 2- 4078. Young ladies over 16 who would like to serve as junior hostesses may come to the US0-NCCS Club any evening to apply. Miss Marguerite Birm- ingham will receive applica- tions. To Cabinet Post MAYOR ANTHONY J. CELEBREEZE (above) of Cleveland, Ohio, nominated by President Kennedy to succeed Abraham A, Ribi- coff as Secretary of Health, Education and W e I f a r e (HEW) is the second Cath- olic named by Mr. Ken- nedy. He is the 17th Cath, olic honored by a cabinet post in the 173-year ' history of presidential cabinets. (NC Photos) Father Shaw New Pastor At Cashmere CASHMERE--The Rev. Wil- liam Shaw, a native of Seat- tle, has been appointed pas- tor of St. Francis Parish here. Father was formerly admin- istrator of Sacred Heart Par- ish in Prosser. Previous to his Prosser ap- pointment Father Shaw was assistant at Our Lady of Fati- ma Parish, Moses Lake and had been at Prosser since No- vember, 1960. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shaw of St. Thomas Parish, Rivertun. If you haven't been reading  The Progress advertisements, you have been losing money. Read and profit. WATCH / and JEWELRY REPAIR ) THE DIFFERENCE IS MORE THAN PEANUTS I o The difference between 3/2  and S 7o inferest actually ;s importea money to the clear thinklng individual. With a Security Savesco 5% Account your money earns full five percent, compounded or Raid quer* terly. If earns from the day your account is opened, or, if placed with Security before the 0th, earns as of the Isf. 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Devil at 4 O'Clock Man Who Shot Twenty Plus Two Dr. Blood's Coffin Liberty Valance Twist Around The Don't Knock the Munster Clock Twist The Mask Twist All Night Escape From Zahrain Main Kampf Two Rode Together Experiment in Terror Mighty Ursus Valiant, The Eleventh Command- Miracle Worker Warhunt ment Most Wanted Man Weekend With Lulu Fanny My Geisha Woman Hunt Fear No More Naked Edge World In My Pocket Five Finger Exercise Neapolitan Carousel Young Doctors Flight of the Lost Night Creatures Young Ones, The Balloon Outsider Young Savages CLASS A--See. 3--Morally Unobjectionable for Adults Ada Girl With a Suitcase Innocents, The Adventures of a Great War, The The Interns Young Man All Fall Down Happy Thieves Rocco and His Anatomy of a Hltler Brothers Syndicate Horror Chamber of Rome Adventure And the Wild, Wild Dr. Faustus Sail A Crooked Ship Women Itorror Hotel Satan Never Sleeps Armored Command Hustler Season of Passion Bachelor in Paradise l Like Money Seven Women From George Raft Story Informatlon'Received Hell Five Day Lover Mating Urge Smiles of a Summer Night Green Carnation Miller's Beautiful Snow Was Black Green Mare Wife Heroes and Sinners Miss Julia Stalin Mltsou Temptation Husband for Anna, A Morn and Dad Third Sex I Am a Camera Moon Is Blue, The L'Avventura Naked Night, The Trials of Oscar Wilde Lea Liasions Nana The Truth Dangereuses Never on Sunday Viridlani Illicit Interlude Night Heaven Fell Joan of the Angels? 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