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10--THE PROGRESS Friday, July 27, 1962 DUBLI00I tI I,]J00F00 the ultimate in atmosphere and fine dining Enteriainment Nightly Union Near" Fourth MA 3.7340 Distinctive Continental Broiler Entertainment Nightly E;arpet 1628 Sth Ave. " MA 3-5226 !i   SOCIETY FOR THE Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 R m0mnn'8 WORLD (Continued) LL WENT WELL at first for Pauline Jad, cot, founder of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, while the Society remained within the circle of her friends at Lyons. But soon it spread. Many ap- proached and gave it their whole-hearted support; but just as many were strongly opposed to it. Every saintly soul has some outstanding characteristic, and for Pauline it was undoubtedly the deepest love, reverence and obedience for our Holy Mother the Church. We can well imagine the pain sbe must have suf- fered when she was accused of being schismatic [or having introduced such an association. To us, accustomed to the lay apostolate and to the count- less apostolic works in which women take active and leading parts, this accusation seems quite disproportionate. But we have to remember that in those days it was quite unheard of for a young woman in her early twenties to occupy herself with public apostolic works. It seemed to many that this was a dan- gerous departure from the normal conduct of women which could only end in disaster. She was advised "not to scandalize the weak, but to keep to the ordinary line of piety, thinking only of saving her own soul." The storm raged about her but the Society still spread and in 1822, only four years after its commencement, Phileas ob- tained, at Pauline's earnest request, the approval and blessing of the Holy Father, Pope Plus VII. Opposition quickly changed to enthusiasm, and the Society was firmly established. Pauline was overjoyed to see her humble venture taking firm root. A management board of 12 men was set up to collect the alms and distribute them to the missions. Pauline was represented by a young priest, but since she begged him not to mention her name it was little wonder that her part in founding and sustain- ing the Society for four years was forgotten. After a life of impoverishment, humiliation and suffering, she died on January 9, 1862. Hers was a very poor funeral. Only one priest accompanied her body to its final resting place. But her tomb was made glorious, for on it were written the simple words: "Here lies Pauline Marie Jaricot, foundress of the Propagation of the Faith." So died a noble Frenchwoman whom we might well rank with St. Joan of Arc for complete self-forget- fulness, heroic courage and boundless devotion to the Church and its missions. Pope Pins XI took over Panline's scheme for assisting the missions, and made it a world-wide organization, moving its headquarters from Lyons, France, to Rome--the very center of the life of the Church. In 1922, he declared it a Pontifical Society, that is, from new en it would be the Pope's own So- ciety fer the assistance of all missioners and missions through- out the world. This year, celebrations marking the first centenary of Pauline 3aricot's death are being held in France, and attended by mis- sionary delegates from the four corners of the globe. Let us hope and pray that as a result of this event Pauline Jaricot's magni- ficent work for the Propagation of the Faith will receive the recognition it so richly deserves. Lay Retreat Schedule The Palisades Visitation Retreat (Men's Retreat House) (Women's Retreat House) August 10-12 No Retreat Assumption, Bellingham Sacred Heart, Bellingham St. Thomas, Caress St. Mary, Kelso St. Rose, Longview St, Philip, Woodland August 17-19 St. ,Tames Cathedral, Seattle Sacred Heart, Battleground Immaculate Conception, Seattle St. Joseph, Ferndale Sacred Heart, Lacey St. Gabriel, Port Orchard Star of the Sea, Port Townsend St. Cecilia, Winslow LAkeview 4-0666 Seattle Jewish Unit Commends Pope MONTEVIDEO, U r u g u a y (NC)--Th e Jewish Central Com- mittee of Uruguay has ex- pressed gratitude to His Holi- ness Pope John XXIII for his efforts to eliminate suspicion among members of different religious faiths. The expression of thanks was conveyed in a note sent by : Jaime Ballet, president of the committee, to Bishop Raffaele Forni, Apostolic Nuncio to Uruguay. We Know You'll Like D .e t Good BOY S Coffee 4,000 Restaurants Prove It Every Day And here's an extra measure of value in Boyd's--the lids are worth money W to your favorite non-profit organize. t-ion. Boyd s redeems them for cash-- ve cents for lids from one-pound tins and twounce jars, ten cents for lids from two-pound tins and six-ounce jars. For information, just write to  ]3OYD COFFEE COMPANY, P.O, Box 1333, Portland 7, Oregon. # Purchase Site For Portland Chancery PORTLAND, Ore., July 23, (NC)--A new site has been pur- chased for future location of the Chancery office of the Archdiocese of Portland and of the Catholic Truth Society of Oregon, publisher of the Catholic Sentinel, newspaper of the Portland archdiocese and the Diocese of Baker. Archbishop Edward D. Howard of Portland said work will begin immediately on re- modeling a concrete, brick- faced structure at 2838 East Burnside St., which has been purchased for $150,000. The present Chancery office at 2053 SW 6th Ave. and the Sentinel plant at 2066 SW 6th are being forced to vacate be- cause of construction of a free- way. Daily Paper Adds Catholic Supplement MANILA (NC)--The Philip- pines Herald, a leading metro- politan daily and one of the nation's oldest English-language papers, has added a regular four-page Catholic supplement to its Saturday issue. Among its features are complete Mass schedules for all churches in the Manila area and the publi- cation of the social encyclical Mater et Magistra in install- ment form. Fargo 'Flyer' BISHOP LEO F. DWORSHAK of Fargo, N.D., relaxes after a 45.minute orientation flight in a T-33 jet trainer at the Grand Forks (N.D.) Air Force Base. Bishop Dworshak, who administered the sacrament of Confirmation at the base, actually manned the plane's control for parts of the trip. At right is Capt. Walter L. Hart, who flew the jet. -- (NC Photos) Nat'! CWV Head To Visit Local Units Catholic War Veterans offi- cials in the Puget Sound area were preoring themselves for the expected arrival Monday, July 30, of National Com- mander Albert J. Schwind of Clifton, N.J. The head of the national vet- erans' group will be met at 9 p.m. next Monday in the Seat- tle-Tacoma International Air- port by CWV dignitaries, head- ed by R. A. (Chico) Chavez, state commander from Brem- orlon. The national executive will meet with all department of- ricers and post commanders at 8 p.m. Tuesday, July 31, in Our Lady Star of the Sea Parish Hall in Bremerton. The meeting will be preceded by a buffet supper at 7 p.m., Chavez said. His Puget Sound itinerary in- cludes a visit to the Seattle World's Fair and a tour of Brcmerlon's U.S. Navy Yard a n d Hospital. Accompanying him will be Chavez and Mrs. Loretta Maller of Bremerton, state auxiliary president. Schwind will meet CWV officials in Tacoma at a gathering Wednesday evening at the Knights of Columbus Hall there. He departs for Portland and California Thursday to round- out his visitation of CWV units in the western states. 287 S.U. Students On Honor Roll A total of 287 students quali- fied for Seattle University's spring quarter honor roll with a grade-point average of 3.5 or above. Sixty-five received a perfect 4.0 grade average. The honor roll includes: SEATTLE Paul M. Acheson, Janice I. M. Anderson, Earl F. Angevlne, T. laney Arian, William Bak= un, Mary E. Barnes, Barbara J. Barnowe, Michael N. Beers, David M. Benlnger, Carolyn R. Berg, Joseph Blazevich, John P. Bordenet, Joseph A. Beset, Pat- rick Bouker, Margaret M. Bow- man, William C. Brlllault, Rob- ert Burnaham. Terence Callagban, John L, Campbell, lVIichael D. Cawdrey, Henry L. Chlles, Barbara Clark, Anne L. Collier, Colleen Corwln, Melanie T. Cossalter, Daniel J. Costello, Erlk A. Creel, Daniel Cummins. Joseph R. DeLoy, Gera]fllne Doris, Veronica Dyke, John C. Ehlinger, David R. Ferguson, Gerald Flynn. Michael Flynn, David V. Foley, Joim M. Foy, Robert Fredrickson, Lands Gar- bini, Kathleen Gemmill, Henry Geokhekan, Roza, nno ChillinG, Doris Giilian. Ann Glllls, Theola E. Gilmore, Janlce J. Hoffman, Robert Howe, Karen A. Howlck, Ann F. Heut- ter, Patrlcla A. Hunt, Ralph Johnson, Sister Reinette Kane, CSJ, Mary A. Kertes, Patrlek Kirk, Kathleen E. Kleffner, Robert H. Kuhner, Sister Mar- celia M. Kump, FCSP, Ann K. Lange, Janice Leach, Donald Lehman, Sister Sheilamarle Lemieux, CSJ. John H. Lenihan, Joan M, Llnseott, Susanne Linnet, Sister Carlt Little, C84, Philip Lorbett, )lal'y K. MacDonald, Ann K. MaQuarrle, Mary A. lVlatayg, Pierre Matthews, Mary J. Mc- Grath, Lawrence MeHt]gh, John E. Meany, Agnes F. Metcalf, John F. Miller. John H. Miller, Veronica A. Miller, Dennis B. IO(,l'e. Sister Fidelis Murphy, CSJ, /vlary M. Murphy, Ted S. Myers, Mary M. Naiden, Charles M. Nelson, Elleen Nolan, John M. Osterfeld, Marilyn J. Owens, Mary K. Owens. Christine Owings, Edltb D. Palmer, Judith A. Paulson, R. l,eo Penne, James D. Picton, Sister Bertrand Pinseh, Robert Plymire, Sister Elizabeth Joan Purcell. SNJM, largaret Raney, Rosemary E. Rausch. Hazel Richards, Janice L. Rider, Carole Rounds. Marllee Ryan, Dlanne M. Sehille, Kathleen Schmltt, Llnda A. Simpson, Margaret Solari, Jo- sephine Sonn, Donald Sowder, Michael Stenhoff, Sister Adriana Terrault, CSJ, Sister Amelia Thorne, CSJ, Peter R. Torelll, Mary P. Van Amburgh. Meredith Van Ry. John D. Vernon, John R. Walsh. Sandra, Willis, Mary C. Wood, David V. Voodslde, Alva M. Wright, Shar- on L. Yates and Gloria J..Zlm- lnernlaa, OTHER WASHINGTON CITIES TACOMA--Jean M. Arsenault, Gerald R. Baydo, Sister Marian Boucher, OP, Ruth P. Bucher, Peter J. Coleman, Annette M. Martin, IvIichae] McKamey, An- drew D. Mirkovich, Dolores Reds, Raymond Sandegren and Dennis Vercillo. ISSAQUAH -- Margarita Acosta, Rachel "Acosta. Sister Rosacia Curran, Karln Dufault, Jane Finch, Brynne Flanagan, Sister Mariellis Harter, OP, Kathryn Kurtz, Aleda Lemire, I.inda Raghianti, Katherine Smith, Sister Donna M. Taylor, FCSP, Jeanne M. Wagner, Sister Justin Wiegele, Sally M. Zehm, YAKIMA -- John L. Adamski, Dennis M. Cantwel], Mary F. Groaner, Clara M. Lentz, Patrtcia A. Monahan, Sandra T. Regim: bal, Edward Riel. Richard Donnally, Robert Eng- ltsh, Cynthia Hannah, Stanley Otis, Anne Retchless and Susan lel, John P. Edlefsen, Susan Lavtn and Mary E. McGIII, all of Portland; Richard A. Aenls, Gllchrlst; Fredrlch F. Burich, Mcdford: Janet Greenfield, Al- bany; Sister Gertrude Heeran, Eugene; Nancy McCarthy, Mil- waukie; Paula Strassmaier, Eu- gene; Charles C. Verharen, Ti- gard; Diane T. Wilde, Mt. Angel, and MarJorie O'Connor, Stay- ton. CALIFORNIA -- Phil}ip S. Cronin and Frances D. Shanley, San Francisco; Sharlyn Me- Whetter and Vernard Korchin- ski, Los Angeles; Judlth Burden aml JeAnne Clark. Berkeley; Llnda Burkhardt and Andrea Sledge, Sacramento; Jeanne Crlstofano, Salines; Brenda Donovan, Santa Cruz. Sheila Fisher. San Mateo; Mary R. Garrison, Glendale; Luz M. Goerra, Alameda; Su- san J. Hankey, Montebello; Elizabeth A. Hermann. Holly- "wood; ?dlehaelind, Husband, Sierra Madre; Kathleen M. Kelly, Orange; Kathleen Kriss, Pleasant Hill; Lands Madden, Coronado; Barbara A. May. Ana- heim; Emmanuel L. Medeiros, San Pedro. Joan A. Meyer, Redwood City; Jeanne Mooning, Pasadena; Al- bert Munoz, Wilmington; Made- leine Paul, Fresno; Mary C. Paumier, Downey; Vlrgima K. Ruby, Inglewood; Thomas D. Shaules, San Diego, and Mary A. Shea, Long Beach. MONTANA -- Sister Angels George, FCSP, Catherine Neff and Dennis Williams, Missoula; Rettie Crum and Judith John- son, Butte; Penelope Gill, Poi- son: Sister David M, Konesky, Great Falls; George L. Vanisko. Anaconda. HAWAII--Leone L. Akiona, Karen R. Dubrovin, William L. DeJong and Sandra M. Rawlins, a11 of Honolulu, and Patrlcla Subica, Mountain View. Stephanle lVI. Cramer, Chi- ,,"SEA HORSE MUKILTEO ... By the Seaaa. OCEAN FRESH SEAFOOD Abalone, Clams and the finest Lobs'er you have ever eaten. Delicious Prime Rib Choice Broiled Steaks "Captain's Table Smorgasbord" 6 TO 10 P.M. EVERY WEDNESDAY. NO MORE WAITING IN LINE. }'OCKTAILS . 1 ORGAN and PIANO TABLE I.OUNGE l fully alr.conditloned Family Sunday Dinners l Hi-Way 99 North to 12 to 9 p.m. / Mukilteo Sign "SPECIAL CHILDREN"S RATES" / FA 6-4883 Open 7 Days a Week / AMPLE FREE PARKING Le I- mieux's  Fam,ly Restaurant , Braasted Chicken . Sea[aods . Broiled Steaks COCKTAILS "Come As You Are" 1st S. end Lander, Opposite Sears Maln Store "PRICES YOU CAN AFFORD" Hours 6 to 8 p.m. Monday and Friday 6 to 10 p.m. J. Thompson, all of Bellevue; Sister M. Germalne C0rwln, OP, Charles L. FOX, Mary J. Hanley M,'=__:':: __::_: ...................................  .... l and Sister Gerald Matteson, [] P all ' Edmonds: Mary K ." 0 _.-- Barbleri, Charlotte M. Fltz- pen Breakfast patrick, Monica J. Hill and Ju- dith M" King' all of Spokane; i 6.;m, and ! Mary A. Boyte, Patricia Ann C. Murphy and Thomas M. Oz- tomretleh' all f Munt Vernn' l 6juli.L' Gattt and June Hieh- __ r- i 00or. ,00a..oy an,, Mar.y. Lunches F. Maehinski, both of Bremer- n.m. Always a Friendly Welcome at 1 arflson, both of Renton; Mary TOMMY S LUNCH | Port Townsend; Mary A. Hoare E and Rosalie C. Locati, Walls ,Valla. i l Lewis W. Berry, Chelan; Martlyn V. CeJka, Kennewlck; h41T MarketSrd and Yirglnla Patrlcia Cobelens, Belllngham; i TOMMY and PAULINE KIRK--Proprietors ' E MarYKaren K.M. ConnerS,cornehl, Mansfleld;Tnasket; E Membors of St. Alphonsus Parish Nlcole Cromarty, Sedro-Woolley; Julianne Dal Santo, Black Dia- |RUH]mHm|mE|U|E||]||]nM' mond; Julianna Finch, Bain- bridge Island. Valerle Rarflln, Bainbrldge Is- land; Kennth E. GrubenhofL Zli- lah; ,ohn L. Hardy. Endicott; Gary L. Harkins, Snohomlsh; Ann Joelin, Winslow; Sister Mlchele Kopp. OF, Olympia,; Blllh/ J. Lawrence. Venatebee; William B. MaeIsaac, Ponlsbo; Patrlela Newcomer, Pu.vallup; Jerllyn Plckertng and Allison Reed, Redmond; ,lames Ralslo, 'm.thport. Sister Clarine Relchlln, CSJ, Ferndale; Nevada Sample, Cu- sick; Theresa Schmechel, Spans- way: Darlene Schroedl Marvs-. ville: James W. Scott, Chehahs; and Helene Warwick, Port An- geles. OUT OF STATE OREGON--Joan M. Berry, Margaret M. Daeges, Ann Dan- ease; and Margaret Roney, Rantoul, Illinois; R u d o 1 p h D'Amico, Long Island, New York; Rena S. Corgatelll, Ko- diak', and Gila R. Dowries, Fair- banks, Alaska; Sharon Doyle, Denver; Randolph F. Lumpp, Wheat Ridge and Margaret T. Sherry, Grand Junction, Colo. Margaret Hanks, Ely. Nevada; Alice Helldoerfer, Dayton, Ohio; Mary K. Kimble, Falls Church, Virginia; Ludovic Perry, Lex- ington Mass.; Guy O. Rush, Des Molnes, Iowa; James P. Wilhelm, Post Falls, Idaho. Nicholas V. Arvanitidis, Ko- motlni, Greece: Armand Bis- sonnette, Kalvin Terrace, B.C.; Rodney V. Malcolm, Regina, Saskatchewan; Sis t e r Janita Stevenson, SSA. Victoria, B.C.; James A. Headley, Paraiso, Panama; Peter Lee, Kowloon, HonK Kong; Sister Leosia Nazzi- wa, Uganda; Makoto Sawano, Hyogo, Japan; and Chung-Jen Ten, Tatpei, China. CRAWFORD'S SEAFOOD DINNERS For a Delicious Dinner or a Snack Catering o the family COCKTAILS In the Coral Room Banque Facilities Ample Parking ......... eN I ltfK|gtKU rriea bltlt Broadway District 1001 E. Pine EA S-34S0 Rainier District 4406 Rainier PA 3-6144 West Seattle 35th & Avalon WE 7-3043 i II Simpson's DINING ROOM OF DISTINCTION ALSO Catering to Group Luncheons and Weddings Open: S to 9 Wed. thru Sat. Sunday 1 to 8 " RESERVATIONS INVITED EA. 3.146S 806 East Roy PRAY THE ROSARY This little booklet with a pref- ace by Rev. Patrick Peyton, C.S.C, is something that should be owned and carried by every Catholic .............. 25 ROSARIES For every member of the family, For the children in assorted col- ors and black, 25 to 4.95 For Mother i sterling, crystal, and pearl ...... 2,SO to 30,OO For Dad i sterling or black, priced ......... 2,00 to 25.00 ROSARY CASES You should always carry your Rosary in a case for maximum protection, 20 to 3.85 Also many Other Wonderful Gilts jot All Occasion The Kaufer Co. CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE Established 1904 | I | | | The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store i SEAI3"LE: 1904 Fourth Avenue, MAin 2-4173 r TACOMA: 744 Broadway, MArket 7-2702 | Stores Also in Spokane and Portland / REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW "The Groom's Selt Is Rental Frea.'* BROCKLIND'S Formal Wear Rentals IN SEATTLE ttk and Olive MU. 2-Sets 4716 Unlversffy Wa LA. 4-4100 IN tACOMA: 1216 Soxfh Toeoma Way |R. -821S g Dine today af BUDHICK'S Budn;ck's is gay and pleasant every day! You enjoy the savory cuisine of Chef Kes- slerhe clean decor that manor fully combines con- temporary and French Im- pressionist  and of course, the hearty cordiality of Dick Budnick and his capable crew of dining room spe- cialists. Ban appefi! COCKTAILS in he CHEZ PAREE ROOM 124S 4th Ave. South MA. 3=3140 "A Bit o] Old Seattle" ALKI WFst 5.0583 HOMESTEAD CHICKEN PRIME RIB STEAKS SEA FOOD "Special Children's Dinner" Wed. Through Sat., S to 9 J-t fine " all over town (RRBRPPLE suburban dining exaellente.. GL 4.6344 Entertainment Chmcoal Broiler Nightly Cocktails Bellevue Shopping Center v..r Entertoi .... t N,,ht]y NORTHGATE NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER 4 EXCITING ROOMS FOR DINING FUN COCKTAILS select one o[ l our fine res/aurants FOOT O' MADISON STREET PIER $4 UNPARALLELED FOR GOOD FOOD & ATMOSPHERE SUNDAY 1 to 8 AMPLE PARKING D VISIT ACRES OF CLAMS L__JII.00!t -- AND -- r-FY.. ., _ CLAM DIGGER