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--THE PROGRESS FrTday,'Sept. 24, 1%5 Brother P. B. Pastone of Christian Brothers of Ireland helps Ray, II, seated, and Jim, 10, with their homework as school gets underway at Brlscoe Memorial School, one of 77 United Good Neighbor agencies. Brlscoe is receiving an allocation of $33,043 from UGH, now in the second week of its 1965 campaign for $5,598,083. Brlscoe provides homes for some IS0 dependent boys with emotional, social and educational problems in need of group living. (UGH Photo by .Jack Fleming.) Aberdeen's St. Mary's Parish Altar Society plans a new kind of fall social Monday, Sept. 27, at 8 pm in the school auditorium. Plans are made by, from left, Mrs. Florence Feuersfein, Mrs. Frank Yuskoff, chairman, Robert Friese and Mrs. Robert Plat for the event. "Flake to Fashion," a mother.daughter style show, will be fea- tured. Friends of the parish are invited with a special invitation for girls of the 7fh grade and up. St. Thomas parish Sets Mission 'ATHER FRANCIS TONER SJ RIVERTON-St. Thomas Par- ish announces a Mission to be conducted by Father Francis Toner S,/ will open Sunday, Sept. 26. at 7:45 p.m. in the church. Continuing through Saturday, Oct. 2. with evening devotions '.at 7:45, Mission weekday Mass- ,as will be 6, 7 and 9 a.m. , A nursery for small children lwill be provided during the eve- ,, ning services. Father Anthony Palmasani, ipastor, invites interested per- , sons. To Attend WEA Leadership Meet OLMPIA -- Mrs. Walter T. Brophy, r e c e n t 1 y appointed Dean of Women and Director of Primary Education at St. Martin's College, will attend a two-day "Leadership Roundup" of the Washington Education Association at Central Washing- ton State College Ellensburg, September 18 and 19. Mrs. Brophy will represent the executive board of the Washington State Branch of the Association for Higher Educa- tion of the National Education Association. She is .the only SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25 woman member of the eight: 6:.e.7:00 am, The Hour of t0he Cruel- fled, KTLN, Olympia, 2 OI1 the member board. Jlal, and KITI, Cenfralla-Chehalts, 1420 on the dial. 10:00 pm, Soared Heart Program. "Greater Than Justice, Only For Love." SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 6:30.7:00 am, The Hour of the Cruci- fied, KVI, Seattle, 570 on radio dlal. 7:30 am, The Catholic Hour, KING- Radio. 7:45 am, Hour of St. Francls, KXA. ll:o0 am, The Hour of the Crucified, KBKW, Aberdeen, 1450 on radio dial. 10:30 am, The Catholic Hour, KOMO- TV -- End of series, "How Can We Help?" KOMO-TV--"Hap- / 6:00 pm, Challenge, plness." NIGHTLY 6:30 pro, The Scriptural Rosary, KBLE, radio. I 11:30-12:00 pro, The Rosary, KTVW-TV, I Channel 13. I Sign-off broadcast, a decade of the Rosary In beautlfu picture and sound. SUNDAY 9:30.10:00 pro. The Rosary, KTVW.TV, Channel 13. Sign-off broadcast, a decade of the Rosary In beautiful picture and sound. Inquiry ClassTo Begin At St. Joseph's states Father Reidy. "We hope many will attend this new se- ries of classes." " ",,stian Brothers, Nape,California FATHER FREDERICK REIDY SJ St. Joseph's Parish ECD will sponsor an inquiry class for all interested in Catholic doc- "trine and history from Mon- day, Sept. 27, to Monday, Dee. 20, at 7:30 pm in the parish hall, 732 18th East. Father Frederick Reidy SJ will speak at the weekly classes after which round table dis- cussion will be led by lay men and women CCD members. Father Reidy will answer ques- tions and open discussions will be held. Personal and written invita- tions have been extended to many in St. Joseph's Parish area to attend the classes. "Mutual understanding us- ually starts with an inquiry," bthings go eNth Co00:e TRAOE.MARK) PACIFIC COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO., SEATTLE-TACOMA Dr. Landberg, Religion, Mental Health Speaker Dr. Harry M. Land- berg, Seattle psychiatrist, will speak on "The Con- fused Adolescent in a Con- fused World" at the September 28 meeting of The Greater Se- attle Chapter of The Academy of Religion and Mental Health. Father John A. Fitterer, S J, president of Seattle University, and Rabbi Raphael H. Levine, DD, senior rabbi of the Temple De Hirsch, will be on the dis- cussion panel. The meeting will begin at 7:45 pm, in room D209, in the Health Science Build- ing adjacent to the University of Washington Hospital. Father James E. Royce, S J, head of the Psychology Depart- ment of Seattle University, was a founder of the Greater Seat- tle Chapter of The Academy of Religion and Mental Health. The Academy is a national or- ganization composed of relig- ious leaders and professional represenatives of the medical, psychological and b e h a v i o r sciences who meet together 1o further and deepen the ex- change of knowledge and in- sight in the service to human need. All those in the above fields are welcome. Dr. Landberg is a graduate of the Schools of Medicine of Northwestern and Loyola Uni- versities and interned at the St. Louis City Hospital. For his residency in medicine and sur- gery he was affiliated with Methodist Hospital of Central Illinois. As a Commander in World War II, he served five years as Psychiatric Flight Surgeon. He took post graduate work at Philadelphia N e u r o Psychiatric Institute, Illinois Neuro Psychiatric Institute and the San Francisco Psychoan- alytical Institute. Dial-A-Movie Service Begun Here, Tacoma ' Dial - A - Movie," na- tionally popular p h o n e service, has come to Se- attle and Tacoma. By dialing AT 2-8144 in Seattle and FU 3-4548 in Tacoma residents will receive a rating on every mo- tion picture showing at down- town, neighborhood and drive- in theaters. A 24 hours a day, every day service, "Dial-A-Movie" trans- mits information from a re- cording. Clergymen serve as narrators. The findings of twelve nation- al agencies make up the classi- fications of films used on the service. These advisory organi- zations include, among others, the National Legion of Decency, the Protestant Motion Picture Council, the American Jewish Committee, the National Par- ent- Teachers' Association and the American Library Associa- tion. "Films suitable for the en- tire family" make up one classification; "motion pie- tures suitable for teenagers" are grouped into another cate gory; and "movies of an adult nature" compose still another division. This unique information aid has the approval of Catholic, Protestant and Jewish educa- tional organizations. In Seattle the King County Funeral Direc- torg' Association in coopera- tion with Seattle clergy is spon- soring the operation in the community interest. In Tacoma the Mountain View Funeral Home and the Mountain View Memorial Park in cooperation with the Tacoma clergy are sponsors. The idea of "Dial-A-Movie" was born in New Orleans in 1961. In the first twelve months it handled more than 100,000 calls. Installations have since been made in other major cit- ies i n c I u d i n g Philadelphia, Miami, Chicago, Indianapolis, the Twin Cities and Dallas, Texas. Seattle and Tacoma "DiM-A- Movie" phone numbers will be listed in the n e x t telephone directories. Jesuit Priests Mark Golden Days Together FATHER REIDY Veteran p r i e s t educators, Father Daniel J. Reidy SJ and Father Raymond Nichols SJ will observed their 50th anniver- saries in the Society of Jesus Sunday, Oct. 3. Masses of thanksgiving will be offered and the priests .will be honored at a reception from 2 to 4 pm at Seattle Univer- sity's Bellarmine Hall. Besides the golden jubilee Father Reidy and Father Nic- hols also have in common 35 consecutive years at the Uni- versity including many years it was Seattle College. Father Reidy, a professor of philosophy during his years at SU, was named Professor Emeritus in June of this year and is semi-retired from teach- ing. As faculty advisor to the Music Department he acquired an extensive musical library for the school and served as moderator of Mu Sigma, student music honorary. A native of Ireland, Father Reidy joined the Society in 1901 and was ordained in 1915. He was Dean of Men and taught at Gonzaga University in Spokane from 1916 to 1927 and was presi- dent of that university from 1927 to 1930. Father Nichols who was born in DePere, Wis., joined the So- ciety in Spokane in 1915 and was ordained in 1927. A profes- sor of history at Seattle College Sacred Heart, Enumclaw, Sets Turkey Dinner ENUMCLAW-- Sacred Heart Parish will serve a turkey din- ner Sunday, Sept. 26, from 11:30 am to 6 pm in the parish hall. Mrs. Basil McHugh, chair- man, announces that "all the trimmings" will include a va- riety of delicious food prepared by her committee. Tickets, adults, $1.50, and children under 12 years, .50 cents, may be purchased at the door. FATHER NICHOLS and University since 1945, he became buildings and grounds supervisor three years ago. He has been responsible for the landscaping of the grounds sur- rounding the many new build- ings being erected as part of the university's expansion pro- gram. J You won't want to miss "POP"! Watch Your PROGRESS pagesl Illiteracy Rate Dawn CARACAS, Venezuela (NC)-- The government announced that the illiteracy rate at the start of 1965 was 12,2%, as against 38.4% a decade ago. LAkeview 4-0666 Seattle IT TAKES A PECK OF ,.oou= PEDIGREED PEANUTS TO MAKE A POUND OF SUNNY JIM.. 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