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Mrs. E. Gilman Heads Child Welfare Group Mrs. E. Lonzo (Dorothy) Gil- man, past grand regent of the D Catholic Daughters of America, Court Little Flower, was install- ed president of King County- salon 199, Eight and Forty Sep- tember 9. Mrs. Gilman is a member of St. Monica's Parish, Mercer Island. Principle projects of the Eight and Forty are its child welfare D work for the prevention and control of tuberculosis and cys- tic fibrosis. Other officers installed were Mesdames F.red Taylor Jr., Ed Berry, RobeFt Jacobson, Del- mer Engle, Elmer Espen, Wil- liam McDonald, Dave Wood and Helen Geddes. 'Live Music' DANCE CHARESO CLUB For Single Adult Catholics MAYFLOWER HOTEL 'Starflre Room' Oct. 2m9:30 to 12:30 p.m. John Munary Combo For Information Call AT 3.0716 or AT 4.7558 Notre Dame de Namur Superior On Visifaion SISTER HELEN BENEDICT Sister Helen Benedict, newly appointed provincial superior of the California Province of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Na- tour, is visiting five convents in the Northwest. They are: St. Mark, Seattle; St. Francis of Assisi, Seahurst; St. Philomena, Des Moines; St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way; and St. Stephen, Portland, Ore. A native of Watsonville, Calif., Sister Helen Benedict recently established her residence at the provincial house in Saratoga, Calif. She has taught in Califor- nia schools in Redwood City, Chico, San Jose and Santa Bar- bara and was Dean of Women at Notre Dame College, Bel- mont, Calif. Her visitations will eventually include schools of the California Province in Ha- waii. Annual HAM DINNER St. Anthony's Catholic Church Hall Carnation, Wash. Sunday, Sept. 26th 12 Noon to .5 p.m. Adults, $1.50 Family rate, $6 Court Tacoma Seafie Prep CDA To Mark 40th Jubilee TACOMA -- Court Tacoma, Catholic Daughters of America will mark its 40th anniversary Monday, Sept. 27, with a ban- quet at the Crystal Ballroom of the Winthrop Hotel. The Most Reverend Thomas Gill, Auxiliary Bishop of Se- attle, will be guest of honor. Father Claude Farley, of Blan- chet High School will be speak- er. Mrs. J. W. Kennedy of Ta- coma, state regent and supreme director of CDA will speak and the welcome will be given by Mrs. Frank P. Girolami, grand regent of Court Tacoma. Mrs. Girolami will present Bishop Gill the burse gift for the education of young men to the priesthood. Tacoma clergy, state officers, chairmen, deputies, grand re- gents of neighboring courts and heads of other Catholic women's organizations here will be hon- ored guests. Mrs. Mark Horiskey of Court Our Lady of the Lakes will play dinner music. All members of the Catholic Daughters and friends are in- vited. Abstinence On Wednesdays KARACHI, Pakistan (NC) -- Archbishop Joseph Cordeiro of Karachi has fixed Wednesday instead of Friday as the week- ly day of abstinence in his see. The change has followed a government decision to ob- serve Tuesday and Wednesday as meatless days in West Pakistan. Announces Appoinmens Seattle Prep's new president, Father Richard Bradley S J, former pastor of St. Ignatius Church, Portland, Ore., will be assisted by a number of recent- ly appointed staff members. Father Thomas Williams SJ will be the new principal. He was principal of Bellarmine High School in Tacoma last year Continuing as vice-principal at Prep is Father Robert Goe-. bel SJ. Father Thomas Sexton SJ will fill the new post of director of school development. He was formerly president of Jesuit High School in Portland, Ore. Joining the Prep faculty is Father Michael Walsh SJ who will serve as school chaplain, student counsellor, religion tea- cher and Sodality coordinator. Jesuit Scholastics who also will serve on the faculty include Messrs. William Baumgartner S J, Thomas Fackenthal! SJ, John Hennessy S J, James Mur- phy S J, Donald Sharp SJ and John Turula S J, all from St. Michael's Scholasticate, Spo- kane; and Mr. Maurice Gal- braith S J, former teacher at Portland's Jesuit High. The Scholastics will teach English, Chemistry, Languages and Economics and serve as coaches and advisors in student activities. Enrollment at Seattle Prep is slightly over 500 students. ,Rejects Divorce Bill SANTIAGO, Chile (NC) -- A bill to permit divorce has been rejected by Chile's Congress by a vote of 75 to 42. Friday, Sept. 24,. 1965 THE PROGRESS--7 [ Novices of the Congregation of St. Thomas Aquinas, MS. St. Dominic Novitiate, Tacoma, who will begin fal , . .   quarter at Seaffle Univemfy s College of Sister Formation are, front row from left Chnstme Cassady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Cassady, Bakersfield, Calif.; Mary Katherine Mortell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Mor tell, and Kathleen O'Connor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. O'Connor, both of Seattle; second row, from leff; Ann Lavelle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Laylie of Ireland; Elizabeth Iverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Iverson, Seaffle; Shell Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Smith, Tacoma, and Mary Cown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Cown, Casper, Wyo.; and back row, from left, Marcia Brooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Brooks, Bakersfield, Calif.; Susan Hyde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hyde, Seattle; and Kristine Often, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Often, Bakersfield, Calif. "One can be extremely de- vout and extremely sinful."-- St. Francis de Sales The FIRS'r Catholic Retirement Facility! & GARDENS , 00,elcomes you to the OPEN HOUSE and DEDICATION CEREMONY OCTOBER 3rd In the Heart of the Beautiful Willamette Valley- Mt. Angel, Oregon Spacious Chapel and Lounges Daily Mass Resident Priest Lay Administration Complete Freedom To Come and Go Dining Room Excellent Meals InfirmaryCare 24-hour Nursing Service Kitchenettes in Each Apartment Entertainment & Activities Schedule of Events: : ;. COMPLETE THE COUPON BELOW AND MAll. TO:. 12: P.M. TO 6: PnM. INFORMAL TOUR ., ANO ,owm ,Nr..a 12: PnMI MASS m m tAT. ANGEL, ORE,N 97562 [] Dear Sirs: I 1: P.M. TO 3:30 P.M. BUFFET LUNCHEON Please send additional information as l am interested in Mt. ; Angel Towers for: 4: PM SPEAKERS and DEDICATION ,, ,R,, HUSBANO  mm 5: P.M. REFRESHMENTS w,. .T,V- . My ,E , Located In e =:. . -" Mr. Angel, Oregon .................... ...... ,,__ _m dmmmtinlnitlllnimmnniltlUnJljjl k First postulants fo wear the re-stTled Dominican aftire were received at Rosary HeigMs, Motherhouse of the Dominican Sisters of Edmonds September 7. They are,,, left, front to back, Jane Davidson, Spokane; Kathleen kange, Forsyth, Montana;. Joanne Goltzen, Seattle; Frances Barber, Tacoma; and Nancy Allin, Seattle; middle* column, Kathleen Sue Fletcher, and Patricia McKenzle, both of Bremerfon; and: Mary Lyons, Seattle; and, right column, Lind Mayovsky, Mary Anne Callaghan and-' Mary Margaret Low, all of Seattle. COLLEGE STUDENTS START THE YEAR THE RIGHT WAY HAVE YOUR CLOTHES WOOLEN QUALITY CLEANED Professionally Cleuned & Pressed DRIVE-IN S-E-R-V-I-C-E 0,.. DRAPERIES 2 LOCATIONS 1205 South K St. Lokewood-.-5411 100th SW. 2 Blocks last of Hew Hospital Phone MA 7-6159 Phone JU 8-9333 Correction The Progress wishes to call attention to an error in the transcription of the text of Pope Paul VI's encyclical, Mysterium Fidei, published September 17. in the Catholic Northwest Progress. Para- graph 15, page 6 should read as follows: "We certainly do not wish to deny in those who are spreading t h e s e singular opinions the praiseworthy ef- fort to investigate this lofty mystery and to set forth its inexhaustible riches, reveal- ing its meaning to the men of today; rather we acknow- ledge .and approve their el- forts. However, we cannot. approve the opinions which they express, and we have the duty to warn you about the grave danger which these opinions involve for correct faith." The words underlined in.A, The words in boldface in the paragraph above, "their effort. However, we cannot approve," were omitted from the Progress transcription. Medical Grants Increase In India NEW DELHI, India (NC)-- The Indian government has doubled the amount of money it gives annually in grants to private medical institutions, in- cluding Catholic hospitals. The sum has been raised to $1.2 million. t