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It t ../ 4---THE PROGRFSS Friday, Sept: 21, 1962 TITLE CO. VARIETY STORES TACOMA TITLE CO., INC., BR2-9321, 1111 "A" St. Title insurance, escrows. Pierce County agents for Puget Sound Title In- surance Co. Louis J. Eurkey, Vice-Presi- dent and Manager. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT--RENTING AABERG'S RENTAL EQUIPMENT, 24432 Pacific Hwy. S., Midway, TR 8-2663. In Edgewood m Tacoma -- Puyallup  Fed- eral Way and Midway. Tools and tractors (rent or lease). Call Des Moines TR8- 2663. TOWING MAC'S SUPER SERVICE, Dial GR 4-5022 for 24 Hour Towing Service. Auto Repair -- Motor Tune Up -- Broke Service -- Ports & Supplies. 4003 McKinley Ave. TRACTOR DEALERS  NEW WAYNE BUCK SALES, INC., 3701 Pacific Hiway E. Headquarters for Ford Tractors and implements. TRANSPORTATION ALLISON VARIETY STORE, 991h & Port- land Ave., LE 7-5658. Housewares -- school supplies  Custom jewelry -- Children's clothing  Crochet threads -- Wool yarns -- Infants wear -- Butterick patterns -- Yard goods -- Plumbing shop -- New and repair work. VENDING MACHINES McGANNEY'S VENDING SERVICE, 9411 N. Lake Dr. S.W., JU 8-9052. Fresh brew cof- fee machines. Pre-mix soft drinks. Coffee machines and drink machines for large or small locations. WATER HEATERS MIDGET HEATER & SPECIALTY, 2801 Pa- cific Ave., BR 2-4041. Automatic electric - water heaters---home and institution sizes-- 10 to 1000 gallons---service and 'epairs. WELDING WESTERN WELDING, 664 E. 11th, BR 2-6273. We go anywhereanyflme. Night coils--- JU 8-0021. WINDOW SHADES LAKE DRIVE TRANSIT CO. I 801 Pacific Ave. I FU 3-124! I TRAVEL BUREAUS t TACOMA TRAVEL BUREAU, Winthrop Ha- I tel, MA 7-4846. AUTHORIZED AGENTS FOR DOMESTIC AND WORLD WIDE TRAVEL. TRUCK RENTALS HAMAN'S DRIV-UR-SELF TRUCKS, 2112 I TACOMA WINDOW SHADE CO., 2114 S. Tacoma Ave., FU 3-3448. Window Shades--- Free estimates. One day service. We meas- ure and Install. Cleaning and reversing new venetian blinds. Old blinds overhauled. Draperies -- window screens -- rods -- bamboo shades  drapes and furniture. WELL DRILLING GAUOtO WELL DRILLING, Brown's Point, WA 7-9256 Get the Complete Job Thirty Years Experience WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL LOU JOHNSON'S, INC. Ladies apparel, sportswear, lingeries, accessories, millinery, and shoes. Two stores to serve you, 755 Broodway--BR 2-5115 and Lakewood Cen- ter--J U 8-9412. Jefferson Ave., MA 7:9039. Rent a truck art .IA ;  ear We furnish everything but the driver t BR 2-8500 or MA 7-9039 Includes gas, o I I and insurance t -- --------- ! L0-, s-----. ; 11th. MA 7-0434. Expert repairing on all - --,-;T,, -" --N-E', -- makes typewriters and adding machines, i PEGGI S FASHION CENTER 11118 Grave y Sales service and rentals. ! Lake Dr. S.W., JU 8-6107. For smaller women--Featuring perfect fit--Open eve- UPHOLSTERY I nings by appointment. MORLOCK UPHOLSTERY, 15 N. Tacoma i YARDAGE Ave., MA 7-8373. Upholstering -- recovering ; LORDS FASHION FABRICS, 916 Broadway, -- rebuilding  free estimates -- Large' BR2-0416. Domestic and Imported fabrics. cover selection -- moderate prices. 4 Patterns, notions and trimmings. GRIFFIN-GALBRAITH AND FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY 1910 COMMERCE ST., TACOMA MA. 7-3151 Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service Mark Dolliver, President ALL THIS DRY CLEANING to, o.,,y $2.00 seems ;ncredible , but ;f's true! Now you can have 8 pounds of clofhlncj dry cleaned for only $8.00. Imagine the savings fhis will mean fo you and your fam- ily. 25c per pound[ ($2.00 mini- mum). LOOK! FREE PICKUP & DELIVERY 2 LOCATIONS TO SERVE YOU 1205 S. K St. In the K Street Business Sect;on MA. 7-6159 WOOLEN VILLAGE CLEANERS IN LAKEWOOD 2 Blocks East of New Hasp;tel JU. 8-9333 SAY " '1 that You Saw The Adverhser s Message In The PROGRESS AN ANGLICAN BISHOP IN AUCKLAND, New Zea- land, told a Catholic group that he believes the Second Vatican Council was called under the guidance of the Holy Ghost and he expects a tremendous good from this historic meeting in Rome. Bishop E. A. Gowing of Auckland, shown above with Donald V. Brebner, secretary of the Catholic Men's Club, was guest speaker at the club's luncheon. The Bishop, possibly the first Anglican prelate to address a Catholic organization in New Zealand, added that he shall ask God's blessing on the council. Pray For Christian Unify, Anglican Bishop Urges Catholic Groups AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Sept. 19 (NC) m The Anglican Bishop of Auckland told a Roman Catholic or- ganization group here that all Christians must pray regu- larly and devotedly for unity according to the will of Christ. This effort, said the Right Rev. E. A. Gowing, must be "not just for a vague unity but a unity grounded in truth and holi- ness." There is need for a strong con- viction on the part of all of us that we must not remain in isola- tion forever," Bishol Gowing de- dared. The Anglican prelate was the guest speaker (Sept. 10) at a meet- ing of the Catholic Men's Lunch- con Club. Over 200 members at- tended--twice the normal number for a club luncheon--and gave Bishop Gowing a long, standing ovation at the end of his talk. Bishop Gowing said that Angli- cans as well as Catholics are look- ing forward to the forthcoming Vatican council. He said: "We shall follow that ecu- menical council with very great interest; pray for God's blessing on it at the altars in our churehes; we shall be eager to know what is being done there and said, how the Church is fac- ing up to the challenge of our times." Of particular interest to Angli- cans, he said, would be a state- ment about "the nature of the Church, the relationship which ought to exist with other Christian bodies, about prayer for Christian unity, and mixed marriages in the light of the statements about the nature of the Church. "I believe it is under the guid- ance of the Holy Ghost that the Second Vatican Council has been called at this moment in the his- tory of mankind," Bishop Growing said. He added that he expects "tremendous eood from the me.t - ing of this historic council in Rome." Thanking the men for their warm welcome--an indication of "an attitude of mind and spirit existing in Christendom today"- he confessed to a certain feeling of strangeness, "as when one meets a close relative for the first time. But it's grand to meet," he said. Referring to the title of his address, "The Challenge of Our Times," Bishop Gowing said the challenge to Christians had never been so great. He cited the conflict of Marxist dialectic materialism and a pen- etrating secularism which, if it pays any attention to God, puts Him in the last place. There is also a false attitude to science. "In far too many cases scientists are called to do research and to manufacture things without any reference to moral values," Bishop Gowing said. He likewise Condemned a prevalent pseudo-psychology and extreme ideas of self-expression. "Instead of being one united family we are a broken family," he continued. "What a wonderful, glorious thing it would be if all those who name His name could march together under one ban- ner, as one great company against sin, the world and the devil," he said. But it is not just to present a united front to the challenge of the world that Christians should pray for unity. Christ prayed 'that they may be One.' "That is why every Christian man and woman should pray for the restoration of the unity of Christendom -- be- cause it is the will of Almighty God. ' Bishop Cowing noted the change of elimate today, the in- creasing emphasis on the ecu- menical movement in the last 50 years, culminating in the for- mation of the World Council of Churches. He said he was con- vineed this is the result of the work of the Holy Ghost in th world. I BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPLIANCES 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA :'-j "' ..... NEW AND USED APPLIANCES Hang Koncj Conversions On Increase HONG KONG, Sept. 18  More than 12,000 Chinese adults took ad- vantage of the religious freedom in Hong Kong last year by becoming Catho- lics. About 180,000 Chinese belong to the Catholic Church in the Diocese of Hong Kong. Ten years ago there were only 43,- 000. The vast majority of the Catholics are in the territories o," the British Crown Colony. (Three districts of the dio- cese are on the other side of the Bamboo Curtain. There were about 9,000 Catholics in those districts when the last count was: taken, some 12 years ago.) "Most of the increase in our numbers is due to con- versions, rather than immi- gration of Catholics," Bishop Lawrence Bianchi, P.I.M.E., of Hong Kong told the N. C. W. C. News Serviee. "The converts have come from very walk in life." "me principal influence in the conversions here, after God's gruce, is the prestige of the Church among the Chinese, the Bishop said. This prestige is in large measure a byproduct of Catholic education. There are now more than 100,000 pupils in Catholic pri- mary and secondary schools in the Hong Kong diocese. Nearly two-thirds of these pu- pils are non-Christians, whose parents have chosen Catholic schools by preference. Ten years ago the number of pupils in Catholic schools here was 20,710. "The government is very helpful in the field of educa- tion," the Bishop remarked. "It would be impossible to de- velop our schools without the aid the government gives. "In helping denominational schools the authorities leave them a great deal of freedom. We may choose our own teach- ers and textbooks, subject to government approval. The in- spectors from the education de- partment are always friendly and cooperative." What is the greatest need of the Church in Hong Kong? "The growth of the lay apos- tolate," Bishop Bainchi an- swered promptly. Will Discuss That I0 Percent Of Women NEW YORK (NC)--If the statisticians are correct, 10 per- cent of the country's marriage- able women are still single. What is happening to these women, what eventually will happen to them and what their attitude is toward marriage will be discussed October 6 at a one-day seminar to,be con- ducted here by the Bethany Conference. The National Council of Cath- olic Women is cooperating with the conference in publicizing the seminar. Participants will include Joan Paul, producer of radio shows for the National Council of CatholicMen; Pa- trice Carbine, assistant manag- ing editor of Look magazine, and Martha F. Allen, national director of Camp Fire Girls, Inc. Classified advertising gets r e s u i t s in The Progress. Home to sell, buy or rent? Call MAin 2-8880, Extension 21 and solve your problems the easy way.