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8--THE PROGRESS Friday, August 7, 1964 Asian Youth Need Priests "The young are full of energy, but that energy is not directed. They are like boilers under high pressure, but none of it is bmg spent in turning wheels. They feel useless--without a mission, without a goal or a purpose in life. So their energy spills over." Nowhere are these words of Bishop Fulton J. Sheen more evident than in South Vietnam, where the young, tossed about by many harmful influences, are undergoing a crisis. After last November's revolution and the fall of President Ngo-dinh-Diem, many of those who had been imprisoned during the last months of the regime were able to "breathe freely." But their freedom has lacked directives. Even their love for their fatherland is a platonic love that does not involve them. Having no goal, "not knowing what tomorrow Will bring," they have become disillu- sioned and disorientated. This attitude is illustrated by the at- 't&pted suicide of six high-school girls within one month and the Society t0r The Propagation 0/the Falth :! Rev. Stephen Szeman. ArchdiocesanDirector 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 aeoount of the nineteen-year-old boy who killed himself by drink- ing a gallon of gasoline because he had been reprimanded by his father. Fortunately, the country can also boast of young people who have been given a mission, who are using their energy to serve others. The boys at the Christian Brothers' Technical School at Dalat make daily distributions of bread to poor families and i devote their Sundays to working for the poor. Moved by the poverty about them, both Catholic and non-Christian students at Salgon made a survey to see what could be done to alleviate conditions, while others help the sick and the crippled. :/JPart of the problem of ,missionJess" youths might be traced iLhe fact that the Catholic population'i n South Vietnam is grow- ing much faster, proportionately, than that of secular priests. Ten years ago. there was one secular priest for every 1.000 Catholics. Between 1955 and 1963, Catholics increased by 330,000. while sec- :.lar priests were augmented by only 200. If the rate of increase remains the same, South Vietnam's Catholic population will ),Atself to about 2.250,000 by J-980.  Some 2,250 priests would Hneeded by that date to maintain the proportion of one priest Indian Salmon Barbecue Set TULALIP  Generous sized salmon steaks, bar- becued on coals will be the piece d'resistance at St. Anne's Mission Church Indian barbecue Sunday, Aug. 9, from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets are adults $1.50, chil- dren 75 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian Wil li a m s are in charge, assisted by Mrs. Rite Shelton and Mrs. Teresa Shel- don. Ladies of the mission guild will serve the delicious menu. Indian articles have been made and donated by Mrs. Sebastian Williams, rug; Mrs. Teresa Sheldon, man's sweat- er; Mrs. Arnold McKay, la- dies' sweater. All were craft- ed from wool of their ewn sheep, carded and spun for knitting in natural colors. Noted historian, Mrs. Har- riet Shelton Dover, wearing original Indian costume will speak on local history. The Rev. John Horan, pastor of the church which is over 100 years old, extends a cordial in- vitation. PARISHIONERS PREPARE INDIAN BARBECUE Holy Name Men To Discuss Convention The fifth annual convention of the Archdiocesan Union of Holy Name Societies will be the topic of discussion at its cabinet meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 13, in St, Ca- brini Hospital cafeteria. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Theme will be "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" Conven- tion chairman is John C. En- dal. Representatives f r o m the Archdioceses of Portland and Vancouver, B.C., and the Di- oceses of Yakima, Spokane and Sacramento are expected to attend. Presiding at the cabinet meet- ing will be John D. Spellman, archdiocesan president. James Gilmour Receives Honor James S. Gilmour. St. Bene- dict Parish, was honored re- cently by fellow employees on completion of his 50th year at The Seattle Times. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour re- ceived congratulations wih. their daughters, Mrs. R. . Schade and Mrs. W. A. De La Vergne. Another daughter, Mrs. Richard Blake, lives in New Orleans. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmour h a v e been members of St. Benedict's parish for 43 years. He is a 4th Degree Knight of Columbus, and member of the St. Vincent De Paul Society, Holy Names Society and Catholic Order of Foresters. Only ONE WEEK on Kaufer's ANNUAL SUMMER BOOK SALE Hundreds of Titles 50% Reduced up to .............. 4 KAU FER COe h at STEWART MA 2.4173 also . . . Spokane and Tacoma first in catholic supplies WesMngton Owned and OperMed Stores THE SIGN OF GOOD FOOD . .. YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS 70 Stores In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You One More To SU's Campus Collection THIS is the architect's rendering of the 1 lth Ave. facade of the remodeled building, formerly the Canada Dry bottling plant, now being converted to the Seattle University Bookstore. The one-story brick structure occupies the block bounded by 11th and 12th ior every 1.000 faithful, to provide adequate leadership for youth. Ayes. and E. Columbia and Marion Sts. Purchased in March, the building will house the ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,-,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,. r/fr,"i | "A Bt" o Old Seattle" | Pope PaulVI, in a radio appeal on the World Day of Prayer bookstore, the University Computer Center and the campus telephone exchange and mail 00I00LKI I * for Vocations said . . . there is a shortage of sacerdotal hands room. The bookstore will open after the Thanksgiving holiday. The facility is expected " especially in the mission fields; everywhere there are men and to be used for perhaps eight to 10 years before a new and permanent bookstore is built WFst 5-0583 rk t;be numberCatechized'of Jp'itshelped pertainsand consoled...intimately Theto allPrblemof the at another location. Howard Wright Construction Co. is remodeling the building. I,>7' I HOMESTEAD ,'  \\;:/rcslaurants iffilot only because the religious future of Christian society 41wOaJ...l )* [(.../ I 27,7 6,,t S.W. I  all OVI"toTfD. depends upn it' but als because this prblem is a precise and S S+el' C I' Sister [ I __ Iiiiii00l ttll[il[li00t certain index of the vitality of the faith and love of individual ummer i a S _. parochial and diocesan communities and a testimony of the moral To Enlist health of Christian families." Federal Way Seattle . St. Vincent de Paul Parish-- Catholic Daughters of Amer- Recruits t O St. Michael Guild will hold its i2  --wCourtLittle Flower No. , . the: u|tlmote: :, ....... ,: regular m e e t i n g Monday, 8 0, ill sp sora luncheon  !;;':. ;n atmosphere: :', '.': .... August 10, at the home of Mrs. Tuesday, August 25 at 12:30 !iiiiiii!ll ........................ I CHICKEN... PRIME RIB I : : and fine dini"g Joseph Conner, 30263 2nd Ave. p.m. in the Legion Hall, 620 !ii!:i:i:i:i:::i4llll Unlbn Nea Fobrth MA 3-7340 So., at 8 p.m. Our Mother of University Street. Donation ; ........... ="1 STEAKS ... SEAFOOD I 0 iEntert0imbent:NighHy Perpetual Help Guild will spun- $1.00. Mrs. R. C. Schank is j:: I   | open S p.m. to 9 p.m. I sora ham dinner Sept. 12 at the chairman.  home of Miss Lillian Porter, :i I : ea em :i,,' I I Wed. thru Sat. I Lakota Beach, from 4 to 7p.m. I P 1 I 1 p.m.- 8 p.m. Sunday I lork (RRBIIPPLE Adults $1.35, children .75. Res- _,.,,,.._..  , ,._r',,f'%o' /: I  BROILER I | Banquets. Group Luncheons, I suburban dining excellence.. ervations, Mrs. Michael Mc- Y_  I " / I Receptions. I .. GL, t'63,44 Entartal .... t Carthy VE 9-1522, or Mrs. Dean .-J--3%"-.\\;''; ---- l I eUJ'tEL?CN[OT''ME'M ' .il I (Special Plates for Children) I .nmeoo ........ Nightly Condos, WA7-0785. The public - _Ja_.,.._lj-.  I .... [ .....  :" " ' : ' "(' I gellevue Shopping Center __. r 1  " =========================================== Seat fie _ ....................... I pi. .... .ooLo00ou.oo II I Oi00to.00o ,. Continental 8roi',er Young Ladies Institute.--  i " w,,,ao.o,, : A,,.oo| II Queen Institute will have a gar- ,/&lU;YIILrY" i ....-'..w .... .....=. Entertainment Nightly et the home of Mrs. J. A. Pepin, ll/ UlI i rp p,m. Reservations must be l[l :ii 1628 5th Ave.. MA 3-5226 made by August 13 with Mrs. m:41tll:=m"/':" ' ": Albena Carriveau, AT 2-2770 or SISTER ODDETTE Mrs. Ralph Amen, AT2-4201. II A One of These e{ar8 '""' .... ,N,gh,l ...........  A buslness meeting will be held ToInG "I hope to bring back a re- jtt iiltEa II ,I Fine Restaurants Thursday, August 13. . .. n..i., n:.ic cruit, Sister Oddette of the Sis- N O R T H (3 A T E St. Leo Ch ........... -- ....... Hol Rosar H h School tars of Socml Serwce, San DI y y "g . will be held Aug. 9 at Titlow , , . " NORTHGAT SHOPPtNOCENTFR WHEN YOU are deciding which improvement your home Mothers' Club Dance Saturday, Park at 2 p.m. Free refresh- ego, has written her mother,  4 EXCITING ROOMS needs next.., think of this picture and what IS home for Mrs.Sept" 26GlenfrOmMains8:30 to 12:30 p.m. meats will be provided. Mrs. w.,'Frank Noone, 3450 15th CHALFT FOR DINING FUNcocKTAILS and Mrs. Ave. whom sister win visit these people of Brazilshelter under a bridge. Your con. John F. Norton are in charge. August 24 to 28. 1 tribution to The Society for the Propagation of the Faith Mrs. Robert White is new presi- I I A graduate of St. Edward STEAK and II ill :II:R::DINNER a ' aids the destitute of the world materially as well as spirit- dent of the club. | -- a * I School and Holy Names Acad- STEAl( and unliT. So send the money you would have used on an im- Sacred Heart Parish A nar I Atllfl [ amy, Sister Oddette will inter- ---,.--,,----,,.-., PANCAKE HOUSE I I.! provement that can wait, to 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104, ish picnic open to all will be | [ view by appointment. AT 3-2824, ................. I I'.11 Ihq I r,i iimpve instead the living conditions of people such held Sunday, August 9, begin- I f 11 t I August 24 and 25. ithese. ' ning at noon at the North gake |  :111"(, | The Sistersof SocialService OPENDAILY6A.M. TO9P.M.I LqFi i,!:, ' , : , ...... Park in Auburn. I v...,..,,.MJ. I are specialists in Mission work, .:.: Cut out thin column, pm your saertftee to t and mad t to Free pop, ice cream and cof- catechetical teaching, retreats, 4715=2th N,J. I o, i11 h ...... ;,-hA ,ha fh,,, Mulor events sponsor by Catho,c S O C i a 1 welfare pariSh work, tAcrssfrmUMv'Vfllege) I # ':.Rev, Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for -.% .. .... r--; ,7-. ..;  organizations ere listed here. The pur- o.;I .... ;sitin- o-mmer cam, :/6 Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry Ave., Seattle 98104. wm De games tor au. ,,mmm- pose of the calendur is to old In ....... .y., b, o, r stun is I her c-r avoiding eonlll of dates In scheduling ing and cultural activities, in- ..---'= -" ....  ....... - r - events. Listings should be sent to Th, ..h,,1;.. lectur well as a LA. 2.510 0 .... ,  d!he Progress In writing ...,., . o, .o ..... ---- -Tua :9)k ---! gparkst c tbe :atwe:y baYt August 25, 1904- C a t holic aUlml ilP:s gram for youth and |  FinetheFood,COngOEntertainnlentROom t_Y " Daughters luncheon, L e g ion Dine Out ..... Chareso Club -- Cruise to . Hall, 620 Umversty St, 12 30 inty Blake Island, 1 p.m., Sunday, " Tacoma Site At One of These II 5303 1st AVE. S. PA 2.9475 Aug. 16, from Pier 55. Return p.m. Fine Restaurants  OPEN SUNDAY Lovely  p.m. Boat cru,se, salmon Se-te-ber 26 1964 Hob lli 4, U.'41',.' bake and buffet, $5.72. Reser- - r -..... , . --  ve ae eye.tease i h"  [ ,, losary lvlomers t,u, aance, : T rags vations required by August lO, " "" " I EVERY THURSDAY NOON Featuring  Y Vern Carter, LA 2-4365, or Bet- Holy Rosary Par]sh Hall, 8:30 rlcnlc For00,,M I I I ty McDonnell, PA 3-0993. to 12:30 p.m. TACOMA -- The 10th annual I 11:30 UNTIL 2 O'CLOCK Special ' | November 10, 1964 -- House All-St. Martin's Picnic will be I l][Nn (g4 lg Sunday .\\; ! UI1AI DIhP_ I of the Good Shepherd, bazaar, held Sunday, Aug. 9, in Point I LICIgiIN' l " after church " i: Her .. itlUU I 1, ........... Defiance Park here. I CHICKEN l breakfast  I .......... I . .u  a,u ,u  v.". "The picnic will afford I Italian M*atballs end Lasagna mmPMADNIA/'Ymwnuvm.m I mmmmunmmmmmmmuummmmmmm friends of St. Martin's an op i aerli Bread, Salad, Hero D'Oeuvres Open Daily ,, BRITE WAY CARPET I AA ....... portunity to get together and I Yisif Our Rofrlever Room 10 o.m..2 a.m. -- (Y/// "lV'r", -'q I UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 1 mmllmmElBlllEI = .-.tlk41BI rTr = enjoyeaeh other's company," Fri., 2:45 a.m. I/\\; /\\;1 :'V 7" " '  I SEATTLE--'ELLEVUE I I1 : t, UPlFLI2/r : said Rev. Meinrad Gaul, Ilm & E. Medlson EA S-|774 EA 2-1710 e 4[ canute tlNOESlS HOllSaV I MU 2 6018 GL 4 4997 I 1 ......... O.S.B., alumni director. I Overflow. parking ourlelv of ,,. u.,..,, w.. I ",: ..... " ' : REMODELING SERVICE : "]'he event, Father Meinrad, I ,ood,e.d S,or. 132 Broadway East =.. HATTL $ -- --  2-0311--I Member ogyL?mly Parish I  I E_ i .... h. Fv,,ri^, added, will also help promote "[lllllllll[llll[llillllllllUJl$111111$111111 II Ill III IIHlll [ll]lllllHIl[[Hl[llllll[$$1[lllll$[llllU "Amorlcen Express Charge" ....... r  : 1 /I 1A// I i ...... ; ..... " "-" = St. Martin's Health and Phys- I N LR q=IOUU n| Insured _ ical Education Center, still  ' i :: REGISTER YOU ,DI NG NOW ' ,,Free De/|very" I| Zero d.w..Referencess ye.r. to ,t being" " constructed.  , ' o ! CosmeHcs - Drugs - Sundries 1 i I ........................ . 7501 351h N " 1 a III:I:NI:Y [UNMKU(/IUN CU. - Pass to Austria BONN (NC) -- The apostol/c / ' administrator of the Hungarian mmmmm..a8.LI .m ......----. ..,.,. archdiocese of Esztergom. MAUIUIM LUMI$1:K U. Msgr. Artur Schwarz-Eggen- Distinctive Continental Broi;er Entertainment Nightly (garpet 1628 5th Ave. MA 3-5226 FORMAL WEAR RENTALS borer, has been refused permis- 9th & Olive--MU 2-$898 Palets, Lmbr oxd Hardware sion by the Hungarian govern- "  4716 University Way N.E.--LA 4-4100 meat to attend the 50th anniver- In Tacoma: 1302 Tacoma Ave. So.--BR 2-8215 2021 E. Madison EAsf 2-8080 saryof his graduation from the =,, University of Vienna, Austria. e