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HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, RECTORY, PARISH HALL, AND CATACHETICAL CENTER ; BE. e. Mills end As,ocletes, Archltectl. New Bremerfon Parish Begins Fund Drive BREMERTONnA cam- paign to raise a minimum of $160,000 to finance con- struction of the new Holy Trin- ity Church in East Bremerton was announced today by Rev. James Knelleken, pastor. "Ac- cording to archittural esti- mates, our new plant will cost in the neighborhood of $550200 and we have hopes of exceed- ing the minimum goal neces. sary to get the project under- way," said Father Knelleken. Included in construction plans will be a church seating ap- proximately 800, a social hail to .serve many parish functions, an eight class-room catecheti. cal center and a rectory-admin- istrative office structure. All. buildings will be one story in height using reinforced con- crete and masonry, frame in- terior walls and glue-laminated roof beams. Cedar panels, tex. tured cement plaster surfaces and sheltered walks between buildings will insure beauty within a modest cost structure. Existing landscaping and use of the natural grade lines will further enhance the buildings on the beautiful ll.5-acre site. Parking will be provided for 265 cars. The parish, was formed in January of 1964 by the Most Reverend Thomas A. Con- nelly, Archbishop of Seattle, in recognition of the growing needs for Catholic services in the East Bremerton area. One of the fastest growing sections of Kitsap County is included within the parish boundaries, and all ready over 600 active Catholic fain. ilies are registered. The C.C.D. relibdous instruction is now being given to 545 grade school pupils and 190 high school pupils. The periodic influx of Navy personnel, largely accommo- dated in East Bremerton, also places special demands for Catholic services in the area. A temporary chapel has been constructed on the building site which Is located on Pine Road about two miles north of the Warren Avenue Bridge. A farm house has been con. varied as a temporary rectory and Sunday Masses are being offered in rented facilities at the Sheridan Park Center. Con- struction is anticipated early in 1965. Honor Campers A Girls' Sessions Named 1,400 Attend Field Mass at McChord CHAPLAIN JOHN J. CURRAN lifts the Host for the 1,400 people attending McChord's annual Field Ms, and Catholic parish picnic. Nuns from Lakewood's St. Frances of Cu- brlni and orphans from Tacoma's St. Ann's Orphanage were special guests. 24.Hour A Day Shrine MONTREAL, Qua. (NC) -- Any hour of the day or night worshipers can now be found in tho Chapel of Notre Dame de Lourdes here in Canada's largest city. The popular hav- en of rest and prayedr is never closed. Seth G. COLLIER Candidate for Congress 7th District (Democrat} Union Member 27 Years Resident Wash. 56 Years Elect a man with ouhtand- ing experience In indusffy to represent the District with fla most industry in the State. O Elect a man whose experl- ence In Vocational teaching qualifies him to deliberate wisely on maffers vital to our young people. l Ebct a man who favors aug. menting school monies by early completion of power inter.ties with California. e Elect a man whose ouhtand. ing contributions to hls in- dusflT, to church lifo and to the interest of his State and Nation qualify him as a Man of Action. You Should Vote For SETH G. COLLIER As Your 7th District, CONGRESSMAN (Paid Political Advertisement) Family Life Poll Launched NEWARK,. NJ'. (NC) -- A suryey on attitudes toward family life problems has been undertaken by a priest.sociol. ogist here. The results even. tually will be made available to diocesan family life direc- tors throughout the U.S. The Ray. James T. McHugh, associate director of the Newark Family Life Apostal- a t e, s u r v e y director, said answers are being sought from 1,500 couples who are prac. tieing Catholics but not in- volved in the family apostol. ate directly. Questions seek not only the personal opinion and experi- ence of the couples but also what they believe other good Catholics think or do, he said. Among topics taken up aro family planning, if any, at the time of marriage; basis for family limitation, if practiced; means of family limitation used; pre-marital training of young people; attitudes on the birth control pill, and reliabil- ity of the rhythm method of family planning, Father Me- Hugh said. Orthodox Prelate Questions .... Encyclical NEW YORK (NC) -- Greek Orthodox Archbishop Iakovos has stated that Pope Paul's en- cyclical, Ecclesiam Suam, has been a stel backward in the Catholic Church's' drive for unity among churches. In a public statement Aug- ust 14, the Orthodox Archbish- op of North and South America said Pope Paul has replaced Pope John's "courageous ecu- menism" with the notion that "cooperation" should be the sole target for Christian unity at the present time. He said he thought the Ecumenical Patriarchate tn Constantinople would find "very little 'reason to react enthusiastically to Paul's on. cyclical, for time is so short and the hour is late for re- gression." "The Orthodox Christians in this country," said the arch- bishop, "feel that unity cannot be furthered by withdrawing the advance guard or reinforc- ing old positions. Catholic uni. versaltsm and the monologue type of dialogue which will project in a new light the Ro- man doctrine and view of Christian truth may, I fear, do a disservice to tbe cause of Church unity." VOTE WITH PRIDE ELECT W. BURT PRIDE DEMOCRAT 33rd Dist. Representative Mu.lclpel League Rating Above Average Member St. Mary's Perish (Paid Political Advertisement) A Pacific Junior High stu- dent in her third CYO camp- ing season has been named Honor Camper of the girls' first session at Camp Cabrini. She is Ellen Roundy, daugh- tar of Mr. and Mrs. William R o u n d y of St. Philomena's Parish in Des Moines. Other honor campers of that session, according to corre- spondents Storey Winder and Lawrie Jones, include: Valerie Vogier," Shellah Green, Jeannie Schmitt, Car- ol Canceler, Gerr Jordan, Salley Carey, Kathy Parsons, Maureen Carney, Linda Brun- nor, Lenore Ingram and Joyca Targus. A 15.year-old from Everett was named Honor Camper of the girls' second session at Camp BI/mchet. She ia Sally Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stun Mitchell, 1321 Grand Ave., Everett. Stevie Scott, correspendent, reported other honor campers, who were: Val Habemlcht, Jeanne ColIs, Joan Sloear, Nanetta McMahon, Mary Numrich, Linda Fallen and Heather Adams: Bonnie Florla was named "Miss Camp Blanchet." Her princesses included Margio Me, rlino, P a t r i c i a Gaynor, Sharllyn Swanson and Susan Biota, CYO Calls Soccer Meeting A meeting of CYO soccer coaches and athletic coordinat- ors for all parishes, planning to participate in the 1964 CYO soccer leagues, will be held at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday in the CY0 Office, S00 Aurora Ave. N, New grade school manuals, soccer rules and league schdd- ules will be distributed at the meeting, said Clarence J. Zohn, soccer commissioner, Moslem Shrine Restored JERUSALEM, Jordan (NC) Omar, the second successor --Representatives of Jordan's Christian communities joined delegates from 31 Arab and Moslem countries and other dignitaries at ceremonies here August 6 marking the comple- tion of restoration work on one of Islam's holiest shrines, the Dome of the Rock. King Hussetn of 3ordan ex. plained the importance Mos, lems attach to the shrine, also known as the Mosque of Omar. of Mohammed, established a place of worship on the site of the shrine after conquering 3or. usalem from the Byzantine Em. pire in 637. The site, a jagged rock on Mount Moriah, is he- leaved by Moslems to be the place from which Mohammed ascended into heaven. It Is el- so believed to have been the site of the Temple of Solomon and the place where Isaac wu to have been sacrificed. h The present shrine, which as now been restored, was cnmpleted in 691 by Caliph Ab- du, Maltk ben Mirwan and is regarded as the oldest Moslem shrine in existence. "Bob" WRAY 31St DIST. DEMOCRAT "REPRESENTATIVE" Bus;nessman m Homeowner D Family Men. Member 3rd and 4th' decjree Knights of Columbus Your Problems are My Problems (PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEM ENT} GOODFELLOW CHRYSLER.PLYMOUTH Ine. Formerly Seattle Auto, C0. New end Used Can Oversmked with Vedlont Plyndh cmd Chrysler Save $ $ S . Gamo out to Lake (lw You'll like the ( 4edfellew Style) of doing business. '6S Veflont. I "]0[ et .. .... @llld '64 Plymoutbl ...... $2195 'M (:hrysiars .,.,. ...... $3095 Call Bill Pizzello (Men. Our Lady of the Lake) EM 4.7070 13317 Ilethell Way N,L [Open Evnnlnqs) September Intention For Family Rosary For Spirit of Poverty In Midst of Comfort The Holy Father's general intention for September, "That the increased standard of material comfort may not lead to a weakenitg of the true Christian spirit..." considers human na- ture in a changing world. Because our modem world often deceives us by the luxuries it offers, we tend to misuse creatures, giving material things unwarranted importance. The danger of man's losing the spirit of Christ, so necessary to fruitful membership in the Mystical Body, deeply concerned our recent Holy Fathers, Pins XII and John XXIII. In his Encyclical "Mater et Magistra" Pope John first recalled the teaching of his predecessor as asserting, "... our age is marked by a clear contrast between the immense scientific and technical progress, and the fearful human decline shown by its monstrous masterpiece of transforming man into a giant of the physical world at the expense of his spirit, which is reduced to a pygmy in the supernatural and eternal world." If we are inclined to be dazzled by the enticing aspects of creatures, using them for ourselves and disregarding the use God wishes us to make of them, It is well to meditate on Christ's words, "Without Me, you can do nothing." If we put God before self, we will experience the consolation of the spirit of Christ functioning within us. Our Holy Father's intention helps us to make our.desires Christ's desires, and put God ahead of ease and comfort. A wise layman, Gilbert K. Chesterton has aptly described the world vs. the spirit when he said "The Christian ideal has not been tried and found wanting. It has been found difficult and left untried." Activities Calendar Malor events sponsored by Catholic organizations ore Ilshld h4re. The pur- p4SO @f the elldQr Is tO OJd In avoiding onflict of datso in scheduling events. Listings sh4d b@   Yhe Progress In writing. September 2, 1984 -- Domini. can Mothers Club annual card party, 12:30 p.m. September 18, Igl--Durocher Club meeting, Holy Names Academy, 728 21st Ave. E., h00 p.m. September 26, 1984 -- H o 1 y Rosary Mothers Club dance, Holy Rosary Parish Hall, 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. October I1, 1964 -- Durocher Club Silver Tea honoring Sis- ters of the Holy Names, 2:00 to 5:00 p.m., Holy Names Academy, 728 21st Ave. E. October r/ -- Durocher Club Dessert.card party, 12:30 p.m, in Blue Flame room at Wash- ington Natural Gas Co., 815 Mercer Street. November 10, IM4 -- House of the Good Shepherd bazaar, 1to 5 and7 togp.m. November 13 and 14, HIM-- St. Luke's Parish bazaar in the perish hall. Schedule Set For 40 Hours The schedule for Forty Hours Adoration in honer of the Blessed Sacrament during the month of September ia as follows: First Sunday -- St. ldllp, Woodland. First Wednesday -- St, Luke Nursing Home, Centralla. Second Sunday -- Christ the King, Seattle, Holy Rosary, Tacoma. Second Wednesday -- Provi- dence Academy, Vancouver. Third Sunday -- Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle, Immaculate Conception, Everett, Q u e n of Angels, Port Angelw. Third Wednesday -- Sacred Heart Villa, Seattle. Fourth Sunday -- AHump, tion, Seattle, SL Patrick, So- attlo, St. 3oseph, Chehtlls. Maryknoller Named Chaplain Delegate ROME, Italy. -- The Very Rev. John M. Martin, M.M., rocurator genai'al of Maw- nell, has been named Cha 1> lain Delegate for the U.$. armed forces and the dlploma. tic service in the Mediterra. neen area. Father Martin of Milmukee, Wis., will act as vicar ge, ertl for'Francis Cardinal Spellman, who has the religious author. Sty of a bishop over Catholics in the U.S. military and for- eign service throughout the world. The duties of the delegate, who resides in Rome, will per. taln to the American Catholic chaplains in Italy, Spain, Mo- rocco, Libya, Turkey, Greece and Crete. Kenmore Seminarians -- Annual picnic for all seminarians will be held at Camp Don Bosco, between Fall City and Carnation, from noon Saturday August 29 until noon Sunday August 30. Olympia EILERT STAMEY Knights of Columbus -- Eel- eft Stamey has been installed grand knight of Olyma Coun- cil. Other new officers are George Gems, deputy grand knight; Dick Stevenson, chan- cellor; Dave Groll, warden; Howard Loughead, recording secretary; Dennis Lencioni, treasurer; Jack Glodt. advo- cate; Bill Hartman, Bill Wis- niewski and Frank Campanile, guards. Stamey succeeded Bill Robbins. Seattle Chancellor Club -- Trip to Birch Bay for four days, Fri- day through Monday, Sopt. 4- 7. Reservations are available through Ken Andrews, EA 5- 08, before Saturday, Aug. 29, Household of MarShes -- 438 will meet September 2 at tho home of Mrs. Anna Lorraine, 411 We6t Galor. Xavier Club--Meeting Tues. day, September 1, St. Joseph hall, 1:30 p,m. The Rev. Jo- seph Conyard, S.J., speaker. Members invited to bring their friends. Auditions For Symphony To Be September 9, 10 Auditione for TIe Seattle Symphony Orchestra Y o u t h Symphony, Junior Symphony and Little Symphony will be held at the Music Building on the University of Washington campue on Wednesday, Sept. 9 for strings and Thursday, Sept, 10 for winde and percussion, so. cording to Vilem Sokol, direo. tar. Ajes up to 14 at 7 p.m. and 14 and over, 8 p.m. Participants will play scales end a solo composition. Regis- tretton fee is $3.00. First re. hearsals for' the three orches- tras will be Saturday, Sept. 12. All qualified young musicians under 21 whe can attend re- hearsals regularly, from Seattle and neighboring cities are el. igible. Lay Retreat Schedule No Retreat Holy Family, Seattle Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattla The Palisades Visitation Rotrxt (Men's Retreat Harem) (Women's Retreat Hour) September 14 Midweek Retreat for Cathedral Beptembez 64 No Retreat September Ibis No Retreat Fri,d,sy, Aucjus+ 28,,I,%4 TH E PROG,R, ESS--I 1 Susan Ledray, 15-year-old 10th grade student of Our Lady of Perpetual Help School, Everett, is presented un award in the nationwide CDA poetry contest, by Mrs. J. W. Kennedy, state regent, while Mrs. James H. Egan, public relations chairman, looks on. Presentation took place at a board meeting in Seattle, Aug. 22. CDA State Board Meets The state board of the Cath- olic Daughters of America met at the Mayflower Hotel August 22. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy, Ta- coma, state regent and su- preme director, presided and presented national citations. Susan Ledray, Everett, 15 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ledray, received a prize in a nationwide C.D.A. poetry contest. Winner in local and state finals, she placed 3rd nationally in grades 7 to 9 Di- vision. She will be a 10th grad. er at Our Lady of Perpetual Help school, Everett, in Sep. tembor. Court Our Lady of Lourdes, Pasco, was awarded a car- tlficate for the most unusual and interesting picture for News and Views, C.D.A. mag- azine, in the past two years. Mrs. Lee Machin, Everett, state chairman of World Mis- sions, Mrs. James H. Egea. Tacoma, Public Relations, and Mrs. Vearl Kirby, Yakima, Jun- ior C.D.A., won national cita- tions. Mrs. Fred Monroe, Wenatchee, received a state certificate of award for excep- tional s e r v i c as education chairman. State officers, chairmen, dis- "trict deputies and grand re- , gents of 18 courts attended the all day session. High Schools ur.:s. Role Announce New Plans For '65 een Hope Seattle's Catholic high schools F re e d o m will open September 9 with their usual capacity enroll- ment. New courses this year show decided emphasis on languages. Holy Names Academy will add German, bringing its foreign language courses to four. The Academy's business depart. ment will add bookkeeping. The school will welcome a student from Costa Pica on a National C a t h o I i c Welfare Scholarship. Holy Angels High School will have four new faculty men. hers, headed by Sister M. Ed- wins, O.P., superior. New sub- jects at Holy Angels will be Spanish, Speech and Langunl.... Orientation. Four students will enter with religious scholar- ships. Forest Ridge Convent an- nounces Spanish as an elective, bringing a new language courso to the school. Advanced Mod- em Mathematics and Music Appreciation will be taught for the first time thie year at Forest Ridge. As formerly, Forest Ridge looks forward to greeting many new foreign students. Nursery To Serve NEW YORK (NC)--The pea- P]oo of the United States are ked upon as the hope of freedom for those held cap tire behind the Iron a Lithuanian-American priest declared here. Msgr. John Balkunu, past of the Church of the Tramg- uration in Maspeth, N.Y.,qxke at an outdoor Mass Lithuanian ly at the New York World's Fair August 2& The Mass was fered by e. Sled Auxiliary Bishop Vince. tas Brizgys of Kauna Monsignor Balimnas t ! d some of the 18, Imrsou who attended tho fete that commealma m never conquer as lllti love of freedom, country and the love of God survive in the hearts of men. "It is this spirit, this nmi, tance that we must heip keep alive by our moral and spirit. ual weapons, by the uneeaslnm cry of protest, the anger e free men beholding tyranny," he said. "We Americans a r the hope of captive Lithuania who looks to us as 'the citadel ot freedom.' This is the d- tiny committed to us by his, tory, and we must be worthy of It. This is our birthright and our glorious heritage." Working Mothers Pamphlet On Pepe's PHILADELPHIA (NC)--The Address Issued Oblate Sisters of Providenco WASHINGTON (NC) --A have accepted Archbishop John J. Krol's invitation to staff the Bambino Gesu Nursery-SchoM which will open here In the fall. The new nursery-echool will not only provide custodial care for echool children of working mothers, but will give them learning experiences to ready them for later school work. The Sisters have been trained to use the Momsori method of teaching, pem ph!et titled "To All Role. gious, which is the text of an addrese given by Pope Paul VI last May 23 to the general chapters of rellsioue orders and congregations, has ben published here. The Publication Office, Na- tional Catholic Welfare Confer- ence, noted the pamphlet wan published at the joint request of tho Conferences of Major Superiors of Men and Women. Single copl are priced at 20 cents; larlrer loll at special rates. inlnun NOCTURNAL VIGIL Nocturnal vlltl for ths first Saturday of September will be held in St. James Cathedral, Seattle, and St. PatricM Church, Tacoma, Friday, September 4, and Saturday & The vigils are kept in response to the request Of Our Lady of Fa. tima for tho ayedul observanoe of the first Saturday of each month. SEATI1 ARA 7:4S-8:4S p.m..,- (Holy Hour) St. ,lames Cathedral, Seattle. I0-II p.m. -- St. Joseph. 11,11 p.m. -- Assumption, St. Luke, Sacred H a a r t, Bellqvue. 1-I a.m. -- St. Mary, St. 3ohn, Immaculate, St. Mat- thew. 1-2a.m.--Christ the King, Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, St. Mark. 1-3 a.m. -- Sacred Heart, St. Peter, Holy Family, St, Monica. 3-4 a.m, -- Holy Rosary, the Lake, Our Lady of Fa- tima, St, Edward, St, Paul, Our Lady of Guadalupe. 4.S a,m. -- Holy Rosary, St. Alphonsu, Our lady of I, ourdes, St. Anthony, Ren. ton. 5-6 a.m. -- Blessed Sacra, mt, 5u Benedict, St. Teresa. 6-7 a.m. -- St. George, St. I Margaret, St. Catherine, St. Bernadette. 7.s a.m. -- St. Anna, It. Patrick, St, Thomu, River. ton; St. Philomena, De Moinu, TACOMA ARF.,A 8 p,m. hu,y. Hour, St. Patrick s I0 p.m. -- Holy Rosary. 1NI p.m. -- St. Leo. ll-ll p.m. -- St. Joseph. 1.3 a.m. -- St. A n n, St. Rita, SS. Patar and Paul. 23 a.m. -- St. Martin of Tours, All Saints, St. Theresa Mission, 4 a.m.  St. 3elm of the Woods, Our Lady, Queen of Heaven, St. Andrew. 64 a,m, -- St, Charles Borromen. S. -- St. Frances Cabrin|. 6-1 a,m, -- Holy Cross. 1-8 a.m. -- Visitation, In. maculate Conception M i S sion. t