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'I'OTH E PROGRESS lli,, Friday, Sepf. 24, I%5 :'. L ! 0 " " Father Szemm From Port of Seattle : Seattle, being a port city, handles a lot of shipping at ends up in the Near East, Far East, and many oth- ier points of the world. i::i We thought it would really be revealing if people knew the ireat volume of relief supplies sent by the Catholic Church !hrough our own port. Catholic Relief Services ships carloads of eat, flour and clothing and other such items to countries like Philippines, Taiwan, Viet Nam and Korea. The Archdiocese of Seattle, itself has a very large program i "bfshipping medicines, medical supplies and equipment through ;,.:file Catholic Relief Services to clinics and hospitals through- Deut the world, but especially in the Asiatic countries. These >'iupplies are collected from the doctors, with the cooperation of the Catholic doctors, in all of the cities throughout the Arch- ! diocese. '-:- The hospitals, Catholic and non-Catholic alike, are very gen- .;erous in donating good, workable equipment that is being re- faced. These materials are collected in the warehouse that is iperated in'The Josephinum. '""* The drug supplies are sorted and prepared for packaging by e Achdiocesan Council of Catholic.Nurses. The hospital equip- Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev. Stephen Szeman, Archdiocesan Director 907 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4-MA. 2-8880 ent is examined by a board of doctors to determine the usabil- ity of the equipment. These things are then packed under the o4upervision of the nurses by men from the St. Vincent de Paul alvage Bureau who have had manY years of experience with is particular program. The articles are then sent to the mis- SiOns throughout the World. i:i It is truly a rewarding type of work, since the Sisters and e doctors in the missions write back and tell how invaluable se shipments are, and the good. they are doing. The lives that e being saved, the misery that is being alleviated. The total number of pounds shipped yearly is increasing aily. We hope by the end of this year to average almost a oasand pounds a week of medical supplies. This means a lot. en one goes to the drugstore to buy a 50 cent little pill, you well imagine the total cost that such shipments represent. Also, from time to time we are able to secure supplies of us- le textbooks, band instruments and other articles that are very ,ful in the missions' schools. , In fact. below is a picture of three Sisters gathered around piano that was sent to them through this office by Father :rank Taney of Maryknoll. As you can see, the Sisters are on- "Joying this addition to their school. i The shipping department has a tremendous variety attached i it. It has been involved in shipment of an airplane, pianos, ,,i]eeps, radio stations, surgery tables, X-Ray machines Bud tons *'!trod tons of medicines.  Remember c, ur intentions in your daily prayers so that we ' " be able to carry on this work successfully. And, that more i more people will become interested, in Such a real person-to- !m'son form of help. God bless you. i ..... :;i,, :ii:! : :: ,,:!ti,. ..... ,.. . This piano, sent from the Seattle Archdiocesan office :: of Catholic Relief Services, is now being enjoyed by , Sisters of the Assumption Academy in Compostela, Davao, Philippines. Trying out the piano (from left) are Sister Pierrette Bahia, Sister Androla St. Onge  FMA, superior; and Sister Clapano, principle. Arrange- t j : meats of sending the piano were initiated by Father '' Francis J. Taney MM, director of the Maryknoll Pro- +" cure in the Northwest with headquarters in Seaflle. ' Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice, to it and mail it to Re. Stephen S:eman, Archdiocesan Director o[ the Society for ,,#he Propagation a[ the Faith, 907 Terry A'ee., Seattle 98104. FUNERAL DIREOTONS 1834 7t/ Avenue EAst ?.7484 one /)lock north of pine Itreet %:: ,,,, i#:! A check for $6,700 was recently presented to the Archdiocese of SeaHle by the State Council of the Knights of Columbus to be used for furthering the education of students to the priesthood. Father William Treacy, KofC chaplain of SeaHle Council, accepts the check on b chair of the Most Reverend Thomas A. Connolly, Archibshop of Seaffe. Participating in the presentation (from left) are Fred Abraham, district deputy from Renton; Dave Pedersen, state treasurer from Auburn; State Deputy Willi.m Gerraucjhty of Spokane; James F. Robison, Seattle Council grand knight; and William Bailey, state secrefary'from Centralia. Derived from an annual state-wide KofC fund-raising activity, the contribution equals the mount also given to the Dioceses of Yakima and Spokane. Rabbi Levine Everett K of C Speaker EVERETT- Rabbi Raphael Levine of Seattle's Temple de Hirsch will be the principal speaker of the Knights of Co- lumbus' Everett Council 83rd anniversary banquet Saturday, Oct. 9, in the KofC Hall here. The banquet at 5:30 pm will highlight the Columbus Day Day observances here. Rabbi Levine is one of the three panelists in the television pr6gram, "Challenge." Social hour will begin at 5:30 pm. A roast beef dinner will be served at 6: 30. Dancing will follow until midnight. Robert Cassidy will be mas- ter of ceremonies. Arrangements are being han- dled by Grand Knight: Irvin Bauman and Columbus Day observance chairman Henry William Beach. Everett Group Now Can Help On Homework RON ROCHON MRS. CARTER SEYMOUR EVERETT-Parents of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Parish here became pupils at the Sep- tember Parents' Club meeting. School faculty headed by Sister Louis Marie showed the Morns and Dads how to do the "new math." Club president, Ron Roch0n presided, assisted by the other officers, including Mrs. Carter Seymour, Robert D'Aoust, Mrs. Jack Gentz and Mrs. Frank Sieminski. Balnbridge Island Block Rosary in honor of Our Lady of Fatima -- Will be said Tuesday, Sept. 28, at 1 pm at the homes of Mrs. Ed- ward Lover[oh, Pleasant Beach; and Mrs. George Gregg, Robinwood (Winslow). All are welcome. The Rosary will also be re- cited September 28 at 2 pm at Messenger House and Wednes- day, Sept. 29, at 11 am at the home of Mrs. Robert Young, Manitou Beach, and at 2 pm at Lynnwood Sanitarium. Luncheon will be served by Mrs. Caroline Buesser at St. Cecilia's Parish Hall at 1 pm once a week. NOW ON DISPLAY AT KAUFER'S FOR THE EARLY SHOPPER Personalized Christmas Card Albums The Finest in Religious Christmas Cards he KAUFER CO. 4 4th at STEWART MA 2-4173 NORTH END BRANCH EH 3-6020 39 N.E. 10th I/1 Block E. of Northgafe TACOMA, 744 Broadway MA. 7.2702 first in catholic supplies The Altar Society of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, Everett, will serve its annua/fall dinner Sunday, Sept. 26 from 12 noon to 6 pm in the parish hall, 2619 Cedar Street. Planning the "turkey and trimmings' din- ner are, from left, Mrs. Leonard Rochon, Mrs. William Aver and Mrs. Robert Doleshel. Mrs. Eugene Dolfano is chairman. Other commiffe members are Mrs. Robert Maki, Mrs. Herman Hiller and Mrs. William Aver.. Tickets will be available at the door with special family rates. For informaflon tall AL 9-1039 or AL 2-9634. Many Varied Events Port Orchard St. Gabriel's Parish St. Vin- cent de Paul Soeiety -- Annual Ham Dinner Sunday, Oct. 3, from I to 6 pm at the Bethel Grange Hall, Old Gig Harbor Highway. Tickets will be $4, the family, $1.50, adults and .75 cents, chil- dren. All friends of Vincen- tians invited. Seaffle Block Rosary in honor of Our Lady of Fatima -- Will be said in St. Joseph's Parish Wednesday, Sept. 29 at 7 pm (feast of St. Michael the Arch- angel) at the home of Mrs. Al- lan W. Steele, 1130 20th E. All residents of St. Joseph's Parish, Catholic or non-Cath- olic are invited. Chareso Club -- Fall Com- munion Sunday, Sept. 26 at 9:30 am Mass at Our Lady of Mt. Virgin Church, 1531 Brad- net Place South. Smorgasbord breakfast, $2, will follow at the Country Kitchen Restaurant, 11013 NE 8th Bellevue. Father Urban Bates UP will speak. Single adult Catholics are in- vited. For reservations call Connie Sheehan, EA 5-1686, or Pete Belanich, AT 2-8754. Chareso Club dance will be Saturday, Oct. 2, from 9:30 pm at the Mayflower Hotel, 4th and Stewart. Music will be by the John Munary Combo. : Single adult Catholics are in- vited. For reservations call Mrs. Martin G. Walsh, 4327 Wallingford Ave N; Mrs. Rich- ard Lindekugel, 1705 N 48th Street; Mrs. James Brown, 5533 Wallingford Ave. N; Mrs. G e o r g e Powlony, 4817 Day- ton Ave. N; and Mrs. Vincent Kleffner, 8040 Densmore Ave. N. The Rosary will also be said Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 11 am at the home of Mrs. John Acres, 5540 Ashworth Ave. N; at 1:30 pm at the home of Mrs. Cecelia Healy, 1326 N. 47th; and at 7 pm at the home of Mrs. Richard Gibson, 1807 47th St. and Mrs. Margaret Bammert, 5010 Greenwood. On Friday, Oct. 1, at 1 pm the Rosary will be said at the home of Mrs. Charles B. Em- ery, 5502 Wallingford Ave. N. St. George Fraternity, Third Order of St. Francis -- Will meet Sunday, Sept. 26, at 1:50 pm at St. James Cathedral Hall. Conference talk will be by Father Rayner Harrington OFM, Regional Commissary. Father Antoine Wishon OFM, spiritual director, will officiate at benediction. No, vies classes will be held at Cathedral School at 12:45 pro. Chapter meeting will be at 2:30 pm in the hall. Father Rayner will review reports an6 outline the year's pro- gram. St. George's Parish Parents' Club -- Ham andHotcake Breakhst tO benefit CYO Sun- day, Oct. i0 from'7 am to 12 ..noon in. the School hall, 13th S. "and Dawson. Tickets are,-adults, 75 cents, and children, 8th grade and un- der, 50 cents. Everyone wel. come. All the hotcakes you can eat! " Seattle UniversityArt League -- First fall meeting Monday, Sept. 27, at 1 pm in the Stu- dent Union Building of Seattle University. Mrs. James W. Coulter, world traveler and lec- turer will present a program showing slides of the Middle East to the Cape of Good Hope. Washington Owned and Operated Stores The Christian Brothers, Napa, California BE A SECRETARY Classes Begin Sept. 27, Oct. 4 and 11 Day and Evening Classes GRIFFIN-MURPHY BUSINESS COLLEGE Choice of Northwest Students since 1910 Fifth & Virginia MA. 4-7154 FULLY AIR-CONDITIONED  OCEAN .,llliJ FRESH SEAFOODS , rl(  FRIME RIB "7 CHOICE (0 STEAKS FRIED CHICKEN Dinner Dancing Fri. & Sat. Cocktails Seahorse Combo Our Famous i z Captain's Table Smorgasbord Every Wed., 6 to 10 p.m. Sunday Family Dinners 12 to 9 p.m. "Special Plates for Children" Breakfasts - Luncheons Banquets FA 6-2681 Everett Freeway or Highway 99 N. to Mukilteo Turn-off OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK [niiuninulnlimiiu ! When you patronize the restaurants listed in the [] Gourmet Lane please men- II ti0n The Progress. IIIInllllBIIIBIIllllllUlllllllll JOIN US TONIGHT AT WAR'S 333 Elliott Ave. W. AT 4.7040 Make Someone Happy Dine Out IlL %: Delightful Dining !'In Relaxing Atmosphere" Broiled Steaks... Chicken... Seafood Organ Styllngs by Bob Fleming l in the Scarlet Tree Room from 7 P.M. COCKTAIL LOUNGE "A Bit o Old Seattle" ALKI WEst 5.0583 HOMESTEAD 2717 6lsf S.W. AT 3-O716 or AT 4-7558. Tacoma 66th and Roosevelt Way N.E. LA. 3.7153 CHICKEN... PRIME RIB Blanehet High SchOol Moth- STEAKS... SEAFOOD '1 =' p.r00y Aq00o.00=00emy00,oo.00 ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, ovr : Friday, Oct. 1, at 1 pin in the Meeting Wednesday, Sept. 29 school hall. . at 8 pm in the Aquinas library, m ,, -- Wed. thru Sat. | Open IF. YOU , Breakfast ! 1 p.m.-S p.m. Sunday I .RESTAURM' Mothers of seniors will be Mrs. Robert. Burton will pre- CAN T STOP'  I hostesses, h e a d e d by Mrs. side and Mrs. Gi'ant Jorgen- to "ma,nh , l Ban-uefsq . Group Luncheons I - ...... ana [] Receptions I EVERY FRIDAY IS Robert Woolson and Mrs. J,F. --sen will be hostess. _= to .MILE . II I [Special Plates for ChTIdren} I Healey. Reservations rnay :be : Aquinas Academy Mothers' . 6 p.m. AS YOU GO BY" " Lunches _I AMPLE PARKING I KIN6 NEPTUNE NIGHT made with Mrs. Chai'les Con- ners, LI 2-4092. : . :Club  First meeting Tuesday, m I A ourmet Buffet Our Lad__ of the Iake Teen :ept..auditorium.28, at Mrs.8 pm:injackthesleavin,SChool 1 [] Always a Friendlyg Welcome nt lll An extravagant selection of Club Danee Friday,Sept,L24, president, invites all parents i TOMMY S LUNCH ." n,ooooo_ iloooo_ m delectable seafood,dlrect from9 pm at the school gym, of students to attend and meet , Security Mark. -- 3rd and Virginia l ||ll .| .miner u |' un .uPm from King Neptunes net[ 8900 351h NE. Music by the the new principal, Sister Ma.ry [ TOMMY and PAULINE KiRK--Proprietors ---I mill Ire Fabuloqs Dimensions 5. Admis- Rita. Father Thomas J. Pitsch, [] Members of St. Alphonsus Parish ill l II iV I tl#lll/ ALL YOU CAN EAT sion, $1, with CYO card. moderator, will speak. '3,7S OHILDREN UNDER St. Anne's Parish Sanctuary Other officers are Mesdames [llllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllii 000000000000000 II--$1,111 Society- Will meet Tuesday, Jack Stumpf, Joseph Borgia ....................................................................................................................................... Sept. 28, at 1:15 pm in the and James Moceri. churclj assembly room. Rosary Mrs; Eugene Shelley invites -- Annual card party to bene- all women of the parish. Mrs. fit its welfare program will be FOR RESERVATIONS MA. 4.8181 The Great TED DORE Song 5tylia ad Planoman From 9 'til 2 A.M. to entertain youl Americana Morel 6th & Virginia 2 ginks Nu. ef Frederlcks I I I L. J. McNamee will be hostess, held Wednesday, Sept. 29, at 1 pm at the Top of the Ocean. HARBOR St. i Benedict's Parish Block Mrs. James O'Hearn and. Mrs. Rosary in honor of Our Lady Richard E. Greiwe are co- } of Fatima-- Will be said chairmen. Tuesday Sept. 28 at the home Principal projects of the club of Mfrs. Roy Strom, 2324 N. 56th are assisting the C a t h o I i e St. Wednesday, Sept. 29, (the Children's Services Bureau, feastiof St. Michael) at 1 pm Villa Majell and St. 'Ann's at the homes of Mrs. John Home. Mrs. Selmar H0vee is McMahon, 4203 C, orliss Ave N; club president.