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August 28, 1964

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Friday, August 28, 1964 THE PROGRESS--3 estone I l l This is the Connolly family (photo above) with its most famous member, the Archbishop of Seattle. Included in the picture are the Archbishop's tvo sisters, Sister Thomasette, B.V.M, of Dubuque, Iowa, and Mrs. Harold Bates of Corte Madeira, Calif.: the Archbishop's brother, John Connolly, of San Mateo, Calif.; his brother. in-law and, nieces, grandnieces grand- nephews and relatives from as far away as Ireland. Barbara Fallon (photo to the right) receives some pointers after the pontifical Mass on how to use her camera from the Archbishop. who explains the camera manual. in Hi tory Clergy Luncheon Draws Tribute and Inspiration Besides "High-Level" Humor Rt. Rev. Msgr. Ailbe M. McGratb, luncheon toastmaster. The Most Reverend Thomas E. Gill, V.G., gets a chuckle from the Archbishop during the Auxiliary Bishop's address at the clergy luncheon. Bishop Gill spoke for the Archdiocese of Seattle. Recollections on a humorous vein were recalled by the Most Reverend Joseph T. McGucken, Archbishop of San Francisco, of the priestly and episcopal "exploits" of Archbishop Connolly during his San Francisco years. The California prelate spoke on behalf of his archdiocese in paying tribute to its illustrious son, Archbishop Connolly. A salute to Pope Paul VI was given at the clergy luncheon by the Most Reverend Joseph P, Dougherty, Bishop of Yakima. In saluting the Holy Father, Bishop Doughertylso paid tribute to the Archbishop for being instrumental in his being granted initial audiences with Pope Plus XII, and Pope John XXIII. i \\; This is an overall photograph of the clergy luncheon in the Olympic Hotel's Spanish Ballroom. The head table includes all of the visiting arch- bishops, bishops and abbots. -Progress Photos by Bill Holden of Forde Photo. graphers.