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IO--THE PROGRESS Frida,/,, Oct. 5. t962 Headlines And Deadlines: DO IT 90URSELF ATHER John R, Heisse, Maryknoller of Chicago, Ill., who started an ad campaign to introduce the Church to Koreans by offering free correspondence courses in religion has shown many results in the past year. The missioner's plan has been responsible for 160 adult baptisms-- higher than the annual average of 114 baptisms for each Korean parish. "The only problem is that the more successful we are the quicker we're pricing ourselves out of business," bemoans the shrewd Chicagoan. Father Heisse first got the idea for the correspondence course from similar suecesful courses conducted in the U.S. by the Knights of Columbus and other groups. He put together a series of seven booklets on Catholicism each with a test to be taken by the student when he finishes it. The correspondence course is conducted by the Catholic Com- mittee of Korea and those who complete it know enough to qualify for baptism. There are many such correspondence courses of inquiry now circulating throughout mission lands. Prejudices have been de- stroyed and false ideas of the Catholic Church corrected. Many who might otherwise never come into contact with the Church can do so through the mail. Society for The Propagation of the Faith Rev, Stephen $zeman, Archdiocesan DireCtor 907 Terry Avenue. Seattle 4--MA. 2-8880 In India, the adult, non-Christian intelligentsia, rarely before reached, subscribe to the IHS or KNOW-CHRIST LETTERS, a series of non-argumentative epistles which s i m p I y state the Truths of the Faith. Elsewhere in Asia (AIF): SINGAPORE: More than 2,000 follow a course given in both Chinese and English. D JAKARTA: The first edition of an Indonesian series on in- structions has been sent to 4,000 students. TAIWAN: Some 1,600 students now take the elementary course for non-Catholics; 565, the advanced lessons for Catholics. RANGOON: A new Burmese course, organized under the aus- pices of the nation's hierarchy, has just gone to press. SOUTH AFRICA'S Catholic Enquiry Bureau, with its course in Afrikaans, has reached 1,309 subscribers. Designed primarily to spread an accurate knowledge of the Church, it has already converted many, including an Afrikaner family of ten. News Is (Continued from Page 1) Islands, northwest of Honolulu. He landed in the recovery area, "right in the barrel" or right on target, not far from the Navy's Carrier Kearsarge. A few years from now this achievement many sound old hat, but today it marks the furtherest step yet made by the U.S. in space progress. Those who still stand at the weeping wall bemoaning the superficial assumption that the Soviets are ahead should now come away. This week Discover II will complete 6,000,000 miles in its flight toward Venus and is still transmitting signals loud and clear. How about that? This kind of uplifting news is sorely needed after a week of disgracdul reports out of "Ole Miss" at Oxford, a dis- mal spectacle shared by the federal government, the State of Mississippi and outside meddlers. Treasurer KATHRYN E. GRANA- HAN, U.S. Congresswoman from Pennsylvania and an outstanding Catholic lay- woman, has been named Treasurer of the United States by President Kennedy. Wc'idow of former Repre- sentative Wc'illiam T. Grana- hen, she has served two full Remember it is your dollars and sacrifices that are keeping terms in Congress and is a this program going. It is good to know that something you sup- member of the House Gay- port is doing so well. Keep it up. ernment Operations Com- mittee and the Post Office and Civil Service Commit- ............. tee. She succeeds Mrs. Eliza- _/ beth Rudel Smith Gatou. Rotes For NonProfit Publications Are Unchanged WASHINGTON, Oct. 2 -- (N.C.)-- The postal rate in- crease bill passed by the Sen- ate retains intact the most ira- "OH, PLEASE, OFFICER, instead of that, why not portent provisions of existing just let me send a sacrifice to the Society for the Propaga- law granting reduced second tion of the Faith! Mission Sunday is coming October 21st"! Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to Father Szeman, Archdiocesan Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 907 Terry, Seattle 4, Washington. i REGISTER YOUR WEDDING NOW "The Groom's Suit Is Rental Free." BROCKLIND'S Formal Wear Rentals IN SEATTLE 9tk and Olive MU. 2.$89E 4716 University Way LA. 4-4100 IN TACOMA: 1216 South Taaoma Way BR. 2-821E !SAVE $ $ $ ! SAVE TIME DRY CLEANING COIN-Or class rates to nonprofit publica- tions. The Hou s e version of the same legislation, adopted last January, also continues the re- duced second class rates for these publications. Senate passage of the bill (Sept. 27) came after the upper house had adopted an amend- ment which provides for con- tinuing the reduced per-piece second class rate for nonprofit publications. PECK'S HEATING OILS KOMFORT AIR, Inc. Heating Oils Sheet Metal Manufacturing 10 Ibs. $2.00--30 minute service SCHOOL UNIFORMS SWEATERS - SKIRTS BLANKETS AND DRAPES SAVE $ $ $ "FREE PREFERRED CARDS" GET YOURS TODAY, ASK ABOUT OUR FREE LOAD. USE OUR GROUP PLAN. SAVE $ $ $ WALLINGFORD CLEANING CENTER "OPEN SUNDAY' N. 45th and Wallingford . . . ME. 2-?757 Shrine of Guadalupe Tour Mary North will accompany the group to Mexico City Leave Dec, 7 Return Dec. 16 Tour Highlights Burner service AT 2-1315 AD 2-1212 Have you ever wondered what happened to the stores that catered to their customers? Spirlfual leader will accompany he four Shrine of Guedalupe- Pueblo Sanctuary of Los Remedlos--Taxco We like to think, and our customers agree, that we are just such a store. Some of our customers have told us they appreciate the friendly at- mosphere. They say it re- minds them of the pleasant- ness and warm atmosphere of the'old general store. Acapulco--Folklore Belief Why don't you stop in and see for yourself, at your friendly, for information and Brochure Mary North Travel Service Inc. IGA 3701 S.W. Alaska St. Seattle West 5-3404 F00DLINER go for as little as $40 down, 145th & Bothell Way pay later plan Lake City Are Schirra The matter was so badly manipulated all around that the less said about it, the better. However, it has tended to dis- tract from other issues and has almost obliterated news about Cuba. Then, there is the almost complete silence about the Communists still on the loose in this country, arrogantly vi- olating the law by refusing to register, which, after all, is a small matter. More important is the fact that Communist leaders are currently on lecture tours throughout the country, even though they are under indict- ment. A ruling of the U.S. Su- preme Court more than a year ago confirmed the order that they must register under the provisions of the Internal Se- curity Act of 1950. In one 12-day tour recently, the General Secretary of the Communist Party USA de- livered 37 speeches, many of them on college and university campuses under the false guise of exercising "academic free- dom" and "freedom of speech." Likewise, other officials of the party have been permit- ted to speak on college plat- forms. Now that federal authority has been manifested in the State of Mississippi, isn't it about time that the same exercise of authority be demonstrated to require our avowed enemies to observe the law? Uneasy Calm Even though the Soviet build- up in Cuba has made no head- lines this week, it is still there It will not go away by merely ig.noring it or trying to for- get it. Uplifting Understandably, the Soviets are now saying nothing about it for publication either in Moseow or in the UN. They have already made their point. The Khrushchev Doe- trine in the Western Hemi- sphere has been declared with threats, and as usual, they await U.S. reaction. That is the way it has al- ways been. We always react, but rarely act. Even Fidel Castro, contrary to his habitual performance, broadcast a speech to the Cu- bans Tuesday without calling us "imperialists" or "aggres- sors." He assured his people that fear of a U.S. invasion is ended because we have been "defeated" and "conquered." The implication is, of course, that if the U.S. takes any kind of action it will be accused of stirring up trouble again. O.A.S. The first reaction to Cuba since the Administration final- ly admitted the existence of a Red fortress 90 miles from our shores took place Tuesday. After two weeks of prelimi- nary soundings of Latin Amer- ican diplomats at the UN by Secretary of State Rusk, in- formally and unofficially, it be- came apparent that no strong or collective action against Cu- ba would be likely. A meeting of foreign min- isters of the other 19 members of the O.A.S. was called in Washington Tuesday, again "in- formally," to discuss Castro Communism. The meeting was addressed by President Kennedy who im- plored them to unite in block- ing the spread of the menace to the Western Hemisphere. "Communism can be the death of this hemisphere," he told them. "I think it is time for us to join together, regardless of all difficulties we have at home--and I am conscious of all of them in every one of your countries." Apparently, he considered it impolitic or even imprudent to state the case bluntly and forthrightly for fear of offend- ing some of our neighbors, and no program w a s apparently proposed to do anything about Cuba itself -- only to keep Cuban Communism from spreading. Dean Rusk did somewhat bet- ter when he cautiously in- formed the meeting that the U.S. reserved the right to act militarily against Cuba if its vital interests should be threatened. But again, as always, this assertion was couched in such vague terms that one wonders at what point he would con- sider our vital interests to be threatened. Many Americans are inclined to believe that such point has already been reached. But then diplomatic langu- age is difficult to unravel. It was gratifying, however, to know that he assured the foreign ministers that the U.S. would make no deal with the Soviet Union exchanging West- ern concessions in Berlin or elsewhere for a withdrawal of Soviet support from Cuba. 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