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One of 1400 inu.-s. J Libri00,ry Opens at Sacred Heart By ALICE F. HENNING When Sacred Heart Parish Library opened last week in it joined more than others in the Archdiocese and became one of 1,400 esti- mated in parishes throughout the United States. At the opening reception Sunday afternoon, Oct. 27, parishioners heard informal lectures by the Rays. John P. herty, Archdiocesan direc. of the Confraternity of hristian Doctrine; James Gan. drau, editor of The Progress, and Gerald Moore, pastor. Like other parish libraries, Sacred Heart's will serve as a focal point for developing lay leadership and act as a sup- plement to the public libraries. iS sponsored by the CCD der the direction of Rev. thony T. Domandich, as- sistant at Sacred Heart. Last January, library vol. unteers began contacting every member of the parish for book donations, collected books and then catalogued them. The 50 volunteers h a v e contributed more than 1,850 hours. Books [so were donated by the women's guilds and the Maryknoll Society. There are 11 libraries in the North Central Deanery, nine in the Western. four in the Southern Deaneries and at five others in the North. and South Central Dean- eries. Mrs. Harold Barry, na- tional chairman of the Nation- al Council of Catholic Women's committee on libraries and lit- erature, said that parish li- braries are an information cen- ter for every parish activity. Instructors and students in CCD school of religion, }igh school and university tudents attending Catholic and public schools, speakers for parish groups and the parish- ioner who wishes to k novt the Church's viewpoint on con- temporary social problems will use the library's 1,300 books and periodicals. Sub- jects include: the life of Christ, the saints, philosophy, pay- • chology, religion and secular biography and history, the li- turgy, marriage, catechetics, Catholic action and the papal encyclicals. Parish libraries also have enumenical significance. They are open to any interested person. Sacred Heart's has ex- tended hours on Monday and Thursday evenings for mem- bers of inquiry classes. The li- brary also is open from 4- 5:30 p.m. and from 7:30-9 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month. Other parish libraries are open on Sunday mornings. During 1961-62, the national reports by the NCCW showed that parish libraries increased 33 per cent. Mrs. Barry at- tributed this growth to the NCCW's library and literature committees and the Catholic Library Association, but most of all to the enthusiasm of pastors. Mrs. Edmund Attwood, Sac- red Heart librarian, said that a library and literature commit- tee will meet monthly to re- view books and assist the li- brary. a Library and literature chair- men throughout the Archdio- cese are being notified of an ACCW workshop from 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Blessed Sacra- ment Parish Library, 5041 9th Ave. N.E. The workshop, geared to aid parish librarians and their staffs, will cover: duties of li- brary and literature chair. men; getting the library pro- gram to parish women; resour- ces and establishment of the parish library; the Catholic Literature Distribution Guild; public library facilities of in- terest to Catholic readers; Ca- tholic Book Week participation and National Library Week; the National Organization for De- cency in Literature, and the Catholic Library Association. Speakers will include the Mesdames Barry; W il 1 a r d Swan, ACCW chairman; E. B. Gregory, president of the Se- attle Catholic Library Associ- ation; Jack Welsh, an ACCW representative to the King County Salacious Literature Committee, and John Durkin, a library and literature chair- man from the North Central Deanery. Award for St. Plus X PARTICIPATION BY children of St. Plus X School, Mountlake •Terrace, in a Fire Prevention Week Program sponsored by the local Fire Department, resulted in two top awards for the school. Here Lieut. Joseph Benin, representing the Fire Department, gives Roy. Laurence Luncheon to Salute Area Recreation "Seattle, America's Newest Yearround Playground," is the theme chosen by the Women's Committee of the Holy Names Academy Parents Club for its annual luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the Washington Athletic Club. Proceeds of the luncheon will be used for the improvement of educational facilities. Bob Engler, television person- ality, will act as master of cere- monies. Mrs. Thomas J. Pctschel is general chairman of the affair. On her committee are the Mes- dames Alfred S. Flett, William A. Ryder, Jack Hess, James Dalton, Eugene Shelley, James I. Cornell, Eugene J. Van Al- stine and Daniel Corbey. Hostesses will be the Mes- dames Lawlor J. Seeley, James Murphy, James Forkey, $. V. Horsch, Robert T. St. GaP- maine, James Dalton and Van Alstine. Mrs. Kenneth DeShon, at LA 3-8863 is in charge of tickets and reservations. 'Beautiful People' Next At SU Theater .0 Receive 1st Communion In Our Lady.of Lake Parish TAKING A LOOK at boating, one of Seattle's major recreational activities, are from left, the Mesdames Thomas J. Petsch, Wiltiam A. Ryder and Daniel Corby. "Seattle, America's Newest Year-round Playground," is the theme of the Holy Names Academy Parents Club luncheon, which will be at 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the Washing. ton Athletic Club. Mrs. Petschl is general chairman. the 6870 W00DLAWH AVE. LAkevlew 3.2000 SEATTLE / .._% A O'Larey, pastor, a trophy for the school presenting the best endar at Ft. Wright College program. St. Plus X School also receive'd an aclievement of the. Ho!y NameaSrpokFane, and run every Friday and Sat- naugh, Margaret Cook, Brian • . accommg to ster ry . urday evening for the next four Conrad, Maureen Conover, Ma- Ik, [n|nl -- award flag for 100 per cent part cooperation m the project, inn, academic dean, are: No- weeks. Curtain time is 8:15 rio Converse, Judy Cournoyer. • vn•tl J m The students presented a special program and made posters vember 1, Feast of All Saints, p.m. Tickets are $1.25 and can Katherine Cressey, J a m e s I .... h.  and displays, hohday; November 11-15, mzd- be reserved by calling the Uni- Crossland, Donna Dean, Danny LUYUly Ji k'X'-', semester tests; November 26- versity between 1 and 4:30 p.m. Del Missier, Kathryn Dempsey, Monday through Friday. James D i l I o n, John Dillon, av/ . . December 2, Thanksgiving James Donahue, Erin Dustin, P a u I Dwyer, Elaine Eidem, Thin... r,mn 1,/,,'* i I ...... I vacation; December 20- J a n- . • U) 2[J'P"/ ADIM Uhll@l II /oaay MOly.oay I uary 6, Christmas vacation. Jesuit Universities na M. Elliot, John Ellis, ,.__ WI vr,00n nvuog II of Obligation I . . Plan Cooperative Chel Facincani, John Finney, ror [! k is coming J Catholics of the Archdiocese Candidates Namer john Evans, Bert Eymbm, Her [/' ,[ T .F.q( J are reminded that today, Nov For Wdson Awards Exchange Program Victoria Foter, Doug Fraser, Vicky Fraser, Paul Galas, Lu- Exchange programs and lec. anne Gates, John Goodheart, ) U//,{ a na oaarnaalVV , 1, the Feast of All Saints, is Five seniors at St Martins tare series were among the Sandra Gold, Karen Hamel, '"_aa ,,..'_L" .... [ a holy day of obligation and College, Olympia, have been various plans made at the sac- Teresa Hartwich, Joseph Hing- • on November 17 i ....... nominated as cannmates mr heads oLthe five western Jesuit Sandra H unt • r, Michael y 1 '  • I mortal sin to attend Mass. Fellowship Foundation Awards, universities, reports the Very Hyde, John Harmon, John Has, ([ 4U;UNI%IRStIyOe:Af antony i Masses will be at 12:15 and according to Rev. Richard seAme s Me am Watch for details I 5:30 p.m. at St. James Cathed- Cebula, O.S.B., dean of in- Rev. John P. LoRry, S.3., pres- ident of Gonzaga University. sol, Christine Johnson, De Ann . structlon ....    t pal and Sacred Heart Church. "*' The meeting was at Seattle Johnson, Drew Johnson, Mar- , - The nominees, from the class University October 26. gaper K e 11 e r, Lisa Klnerk, TI-II: lr.M Illlg g'll"lll I:t"ll"ll i of 1964, t h e i r accumlative In attendance were the pres. Karen Klein; Christine Klima, ...................... ints and ms'ors are" idents and academic officers of Michael Kneeshaw, Lorraine grade po l • YOUR ASSURANCE OF SAVINGS Ill _ .. _ II Paul Flint, 3.94, English; Jack Loyola of Los Angeles, Gonza- La Casse, Lesley Lawrence, III OU011ty Meats II Flury, 3.55, mathematics; ga and Seattle Universities and Suzan Lee, Michael LoRry,  I t I I [ David Jordan, 3.52, mathema- the Universities of Santa Clara a I I I  I1 tics and physics; R i c h a r d and San Francisco. 2 Doing Research EL -I I l • T! L  J I  ] II I  II Harry Lonborg, 3.43, sociology, According to Father Lear,], Ii 1 - I "d I 1 l','/It mmli III 11 andKenneth Brunton, 3.24; the group agreed definitely At St. Martin's i[ [] • I I i I I I• 1 I I - • il Ill II mathematics, upon an exchange of slimmer- Th • chemistry department I .. R III  [ I The awards, for the first school lay and Jesuit faculty at St. Martin's College, Olym- k " I I' ' "' 0' ,,  Ill  I I year of graduate study only, beginning the summer of 1985, pin, is participating in a re- "lhh..__- _ I I l  I I are $1,400, plus dependency al- as well as an undergraduate search program sponsored by exchange program to begin the Petole Petroleum Found- III  II lw:e:antXil?owadaee'elect" "as soon as possible." aLien. 70 Store• In Eastern & Western Washington To Serve You I I I -'" I I ed annuallv from the nominees. In addition, the group agreed Paul Porter of Forest Grove, to sponsor a common lecture Ore., a junior, and Richard '11 FOR HOME FREEZER S II " • • WE ALSO CATER TO series beginning next October. Buchholz of Tacoma, a senior, ’,,rvm,- the Enure I -,,.,. ,,,,,,,,-, III au0s DRY CLONED I Lecturers will he from the five are doing the research work [ t • • r,staurants, school end €oll*Oes. • • ! . .  member university faculties, as under the administration of _. I l I l I I WorkmentMp Without An ,'que, I well as cooperati;ely sponsored the American Chemical Society, • s Most 9xl2 Ruqs urn $10.60 North End. Oueen Anne Hdl- III retschl s @Holily I * Ch.,. ’,.--.' .... ,2ol outside speakers. Both are chemisty majors. v . • I • • •. . • • l Som.-lned and Tlnd ..... $30 I Other plans are underway, The Roy. Bode Ernsdorff, • , . Mea?s 4 sm The f'u I WumT Rug Co. Father Leafy said, to coopera- O.S.B., is head of the chem- Captol Hdl, and Magn ,oha [ 00i1417"13th Ave. |A. - Sin. 1900 MAin -/s, [ "distinguished professor fromtively hire for a semester, a istry department. Mercer Island and Bellevue  an outstanding school"to speak with members of the student College Drama Ft. Wright Gives Academic Calendar Dates on the academic cal- bodies and the faculties, rotat- Head To. Act Pohrco....... Since 1850 ink subjects between the hu- manities and sciences, as a In Ashland The FINEST and MOST COMPLETE Selection "stimulation" program. Mr. Robert L. Page, head of of Merchandise in tha NATION . . . Other plans were made for the drama department at Ft. further discussions among the Wright College of the Holy • GLASSWARE * KITCHEN EUIFMENT five schools on the doctoral lev- Names, Spokane, has been el, he said. awarded a $1,000 acting schol- • CHINAWARE * KITCHEN UTENSILS arship by the Oregon Shake- • SILVERWARE * FURNITURE , spearian Festival Company of Sheet Metal Kitchen Equipment of All Kinds MERZ SHEET Ashland for the 1964 season. METAL WORKS He will play several major We do new end repair lobs for all roles and double in small parts. Dohrmann Hotel Supply Coo ,,iru,.MAl•P"rn°seS$.oqawhur" esh'etJ.dmamute' |l' re- andRehearsalsthe seasonbegincontinues in Aprilfrom Randolph Lehman, Gaff Lud- ington, Claire Luster, Teresa Lyon, Robert Mac A u 1 a y, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Laureen M a h e r, James Ms- Chapel, a downtown station of honey, Jerome Mahoney, Mark St. James Cathedral, has been Mallory/ Susan Mann, Jeffrey relocated in temporary quar. Mathay, Marcella McCarthy. tars at 215 Washington St. Ann McDade, Michael Mc- The first Mass in the new D a d e, Kathleen McDonnell, quarters was said this morn- Janine McMichael, James Mc- ink by Rev. Gerald Lovett, Nulty, M a r k Miller, Robert chaplain of the Cathedral's Miller, Christine Misner, Clau- Our Lady of the Miraculous dis Mlsner, K e v i n Murphy, Medal Praesidium of the Leg- Teresa Naylor, Kathy Nelson, ion of Mary. Vicky Nelson, Robert Pattison, Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Lisa Pearson, Bonnie Pflum, every Sunday in the chapel. Ann W. Plorde, Rick Rieflin. Daily Rosary at 5:30 p.m. will John Ross, M a r y Shipley, be recited by the Cathedral Terry Shultz, Marianne Skahill, Legion of Mary praesidium, Douglas Smith, James Smith, which takes care of the chapel. Janice Smith, C r a i g Staake, The chapel, between 2rid and Sheila Stolle, Mark Sullivan, 3rd Ayes., is located in the Mary Sullivan, Mary Thorsten- same building as the St. Via- sen, Russel Thompson, Sara cent de Paul's Society's V'm- Twohy, James Walsh, P e t e r centian Center and Casual La. Welsh, Paul Wilson, Edward bop Office, housed on the sac- Whims, Jeffrey Zeitz and John end floor at 211 Washington Zito.  . St. Decorations Presented Skidroad Chapel Has New Quarters RECEIVING the Purple Heart and Air Medal with six oak leaf clusters is Mrs. Florence N. Lang of Holy Roary Parish, mother of Army 1st Lieut. Timothy M. Lang. Mak- ing the presentation of the decorations October 23 at Fort Lawton was Col. Robert A. Matter, Seattle Subsector com. sander, X Army Corps. The decorations were awarded to Lieutenant Lang posthumously for meritorious service. An Army helicopter pilot, he was killed August 30 while en- gaged in an aerial combat support mission in Vietnam. The 26.),ear-01d officer was president of the Newman Club while a student at Washington State University, from which he was graduated in 1960. He was commissioned in the Army through the university's ROTC program. Born in Yakima, Lieutenant Lang was a graduate of Gonzaga Preparatory School in Spokane. (U. S. Army Photograph.) 58 in Plus X Communion Class Oct. 26 The first Communion class at St. Plus X Church, Mounflake Terrace, Saturday, Oct. 26, to- taled 58, according to Roy. 50 Receive 1st Communion At St. Mark's Fifty children of St. Mark Parish received their First Holy Communion, Sunday, Oct. 27, at the 8:30 a.m. Mass, ac- Blind Man We Sell and Service... 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Also, Roderick F1ynn, Paul Gumbel, Katharine Handewith, Martin Harkins, D e b o r a h Heinricher, D e b o r a Hickox, Linda Hopfinger, Martin Horn, Rod Jordan, Ronald Keller, Kevin Kochen, Margaret Koslo- sky, Maureen Ladwig, Patricia L o v e I l, Michael McCloskey, James McCutchen. Kelly M c E v o y, Timothy Maple, Steven Mentele, Cheri Murphy, Patricia Murray, Mar- garet Mulcahy, Megan Olander, Mary Jane Olsen, Sally Par- fiLL, Laura Pizzano, Bethany Rowland, T h e r e s a Spencer, Marie Van Hollebeke, Judith Volk, John Vukelich, Mary Wartinger, William W h a I • n, Jeffrey White and Edward Woods. will direct comedy. Eric Sinkkonen of the University of Houston, and Jay err Benzak, Ronald Benzak, Alan Berglund, C r a i g Ber- strom, John Billings, Cynthia Bollinger, Julia Borrows, Jerry Braxton, Robert Brumbaugh, James Burtt, Virginia Brynes, James Campo, Dana Carlson, Kimberly Carver, Paula Cava- Teatro Inigo, Seattle Univer- sity's campus theater, which opened for business last sum. mar, will present "The Beauti- ful People" by William Saroyan for eight performances over a four-week span beginning No- vember 15. The Rev. James Y. Conners, S.J., head of the University's speech department and manag- ing director of Teatro Inigo, the light-hearted Glerum 'designed the sets for the production. Jim Kriley, Elaine Flaquinti, Patti Walker, Michael Mc- Bride, Bill Moreland, Jim Nai- den, Tom Bangasser, Dave Butler and Steve Wentworth, all uidergraduates, .have been cast for roles in the play which received unanimous critical ac- claim when it appeared on Broadway. The characters include a boy of 16 who writes novels consist- ing of one word, his sister who humors him, and the free-lance philosopher-father who lives by cashing in the pension checks of a dead stranger. "The Beautiful People" will open Friday evening, Nov. 15, A total of 120 children re- ceived First Holy Communion at the 9 .a.m. Mass Saturday, Oct. 26, at Our Lady of the Lake Church. The at. Rev. Msgr. Cornelius M. Power is pastor. The communicants w e r e: Kathryn Andrews, M a r t h a Arnold, Annette Baillargeon, B r u c e Balchen, Ann Marie Beaver, Mark Benedetti, Rob-