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,8--THE PROGRESS Friday, Auc. Ib, 1963 Holy Names Opens Semester September 15 SPOKANE--Fort Wright College of the Holy Names will launch the fall semester Sunday, Sept. 15, in the new half-million dollar commons. F r e s h m a n upperclass- men, their parents and friends will meet Sister Marion Ra- phael, president, and other faculty members at the tradi- tional President's Reception. Hours are from 2 to 4 p.m. in the new commons. Opening schedule for fresh- men: September 15, report; Monday and Tuesday, or- ientation; Wednesday regis- tration; Thursday, classes : :: begin. Upperclassmen will register Monday and Tuesday, Sept. 16 and 17, and begin classes Thursday, Sept. 19. Seattle Archdiocesan s t u- dents returning to the Spokane college for women are: Sandra McWalter, Rose- mary Piperno, Joy Saka- mote, Angelita Valdepena, all of Seattle; Mary Pat : Lutgen, Sharon Juleff of Bellevue; Marilyn Fijalka, Mary Ann Homier, Mary Jo Knpper, Kathy Lundahl and Mary Westgate, all of Ta- coma; Betty Jageiski, Van- eouver; Maureen M a t t e r, Longview and Gretchen Mil- ler, Port Angeles. @ The first meeting of adminis- trators and department heads at Holy Names will be held September 13 in the adminis- tration building. An all-campus faculty meet- ing is scheduled September 21. "In addition to an annual retreat and a brief holiday," Sister Marion Raphael, presi- Cathollc dent, said, "our faculty Umse|nse a,eve   members are spending the summer studying, traveling and teaching in many states and overseas. Some have al- ready returned while others are due back in September." ; Another late at-rivet will, be Sister Adeline Mary, in Muflich for a summer's study at Goethe Institute. Sister Mary Flavia, Shakespearian scholar, is now attending the annual repertoire of plays at the Shakespeare Theatre in Ash- land, Ore. The Rev. Michael McAniff, Holy Names College chaplain, is vacationing in England. A native of that country, Father McAniff served as chaplain in the English army for 14 years. Prior to joining the faculty at I-Ioly Names, he was director of the National Catholic Mar- riage Council in London for :two years. iTwo Volumes Added To Encyclopedia NEW YORK, Aug. 13 (NC)-- 'International Morality" a n d "The Devotion to Our Lady" are the 105th and 106th volumes ]n the Twentieth Century Ency- clopedia of Catholicism series which is published h e r e by Hawthorne Books, Inc. "International Morality" was written by Father Alfred De Soras, S. J., a member of Ac- tion Populaire in France and actively engaged in the Pax Christi movement. Hilda Grief, :author of "The Devotion to Our Lady," wrote several books of sp e c in I interest to Catholic readers. If you haven't been reading The Progress advertisement, you have been losing money. Read and profit. Sr. Vida Maria HNC Head Of Development Sister Vida Maria, a Seattle native and former Holy Names Academy teacher, has bee n named Direc- tor of Develop- ment for Fort Wright College of the Holy Names in Spo- kane. Establishment of the Develop- ment Office w a s recently authorized t o keep pace with SIS'UER the continuing VIDA MARIA growth of the S p o k a n e women's college, school authorities say. "As administrator of the new department, Sister Vida Maria will coordinate and ex- pand services for the college,'* said Sister Marian Raphael, HNC president. Sister Vida Maria has a BA from Marylhurst CoLlege and a master's from the University of Washington where she is a can- didate for a doctorate. She has been stationed at Holy Names schools in Seattle, Astoria, Ore., and Richland. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. Dunton, 1140 Alki, of Holy ]Rosary Parish. They vis- ited Sister Vide Maria last week at her new post in Spokane. Groups Meets Leading business educators of the nation gathered last week at the University of San Francisco for the Eighth Bien- nial Institute of the Catholic Business Education Association, which continued through Fri- day, Aug., 9. More than 125 educators from universities, colleges, and sec- ondary schools of 20 different states hea rd national ex- perts in the fields of business management, automation, au- dio-visual education, and eco- nomics. The list of speakers includes Brother Leo V. Ryan, C. S. V., Ph. D., Director of Con- tinuing Education at Mar- quette University, E. E. Wan- ous, assistant manager of Southwestern Publishing Co., a Cincinnati automation au- thority, and Dr. Robert C. Gerletti, director of Los An- geles County Schools Division of Audio-Visual Education. Sister M. Virginia, O. P., pres- ident of the northwest unit and head of the business department of Yakima Central High School was the program chairman. HN College Science Head In Munich Sister Miriam Eugene, head of the science department at Fort Wright College of the Holy Names, Spokane, left July 30 for Copenhagen en route to Mu- nich under a fellowship to the University of Munich's Radia. tion Biological laboratory. She will return to Spokane Septem- ber 15. In Munich, Sister will work with Prof. Otto Gangloff and other specialists from all parts of the world in the ef- fects of radiation on living systems. Professor Gangloff is recognized as an authority on the effects of radiation on animal brains, the special research interest Sister Mir- iam Eugene has pursued since earning her doctorate at Notre Dame in 1958. The Rev. C. S. Bachofer, with whom the Holy Names College scientist has conducted re- search each summer for the past four years, has made an- nual mid-winter trips to Spo- kane to evaluate data compiled by Sister Miriam Eugene. Now on leave from Notre Dame, Father Bachelor is a guest pro- fessor at the University of Mu- nich. The two scientists co-authored a paper on the Radiation Ef- fects on Nerves and Muscles to be presented by Father Bach- ofer at the International Atom- ic Energy Commission sym- posium in Los Angeles in early September. "I had to choose between spending an additional two weeks in Europe and present- ing the paper at the Califor- nia meeting," Sister said. "The opportunities in Europe are too important to bypass." A native of San Diego, Sister Miriam Eugene spent most of her undergraduate years at the University of California, Berke- ley. She received a bachelor's degree at Marylhurst, Ore.: a master's in science at Mar- quette University; a Ph.D. at Notre Dame; and has pursued graduate studies at the Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, Maine. Ecumenism In Education Urged By Statesman D E T R O I T, Aug. 12 tenth American does for the (NC)--A U.S. Congress- color of his." man called here for an "They both seek equality in education and equality in oppor- ecumenism in education tunity," he continued. "The Ne- that would benefit priv- gro is a second class citizen un- ite as well as public school der the archaic custom of the segregated schools. Every Bey- children, enth child is a second class cit- Rep. Hugh L. Carey of New izen because he pays the price York, citing the ecumenical ap- of fiscal segregation for the ex- preach of the late Pope John ercise of freedom of con- XXIII, suggested at the eonven- science." Lion here of the Citizens for Representative Carey as- Education Freedom (CEF) that "the theme of ecumenism in Betted that "the Federal gay- education" be promoted during ernment must respond to the American Education Week, No- needs of all the children in vember 10 to 16. the United States as individ. "We need ecumenism in ed- ual citizens without difference ucation," Congressman Carey or distinction." said August 9, "so that as in- "The aim of Federal aid," he divlduals we can see our dif- said, "must be to adjust imbal- ferences, minimize them and ances and inequities which are rejoice in our unity in diver- visited upon its citizens from state to state or within the sity." states. It must not distribute CEF seeks to promote fair funds in such a way that it will treatment for pupils in all sustain the structure of inequal- schools in the distribution of ity, but rather in a way that it tax funds for education, will stimulate equality for all. A consistent supporter of "What the states have chosen equal Federal aid for all school to regulate, the Federal govern- children, Representative Carey ment may stimulate. If a school at the outset of his speech drew is acceedited and licensed by a parallel between every tenth the state, then the Federal gay- American, the Negro, and the ernment must recognize the child in every seventh school students of that school as el- not receiving public support, igible for its benefits. He referred to the seventh "It is unthinkable that any child in American education as Federal aid would accentuate "one of seven million" who the present difficulty of the "pays a price for the con- seventh child schools by giv- science of his parents as the ing to all other the funds that will help to hire away their St. Elizabeth To teachers and otherwise in- Speak At Vocation crease their hardship." Representative Carey said Conference "the clear way to equal aid for all" is the Junior G. I. Bill, Sister Elizabeth, F.C.S.P., vo- sponsored by Rap. James J. cation directress for the Sisters Delaney of New York. ' It has of Charity of Providence, will more companion bill sponsors be one of the featured speakers than any other general educa- at the Theresians' National Sis- Lion bill now pending," he terhood Vocation Conference to added.  be held this weekend in Albu- querque, N.M. 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