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8THE PROGRESS I IIIII Rev. (LCDR) James O'Donnell, O.P. BI. Sacrament Re-Schedules Mission Nov. 8 Blessed Sacrament p a r i s h Mission cancelled due to the death of Rev. Patrick Kane, O. P., will be given by his friend Rev. (LCDR) James A. O'Con- nell, O.P., as a memorial to the beloved Dominican who "died on the job" while giving a Mis- sion. The Mission will begin at all Masses Sunday, Nov. 8. Eve- ning Mission services will be at 7:30, including Rosary, ser- mon by Father O'Donnell and Benediction. Weekday Mission Mass will be at 8 a.m., followed by a short sermon. F a t h e r O'Donnell recently completed an assignment as chaplain at the Bremel"ton Naval Base aboard Destroyer Tender U.S.S. Bryce Car/yon AD-36 with duty in Japan and China. Born in Philadelphia, Father O'Donnell was graduated from Aquinal High School, Columbus, Ohio, and Providence College, Rhode Island. He received the Dominican habit August 15, 1933 at St. Rose Priory, Spring- field, Kentucky, and was or- dained in Washington, D.C., May 31, 1940. Father O'Donnell entered the U.S. Navy in ]945, after parish work in Washington, D.C., Ten- nessee, New York and Ohio. He has served in Key West, Flor- ida, with the submarines, with the Marines in China and the Naval Air Station in Hawaii, Newfoundland, Texas and the Philippines. After the Mission Father O'Donnell will begin an assign- ment in San Diego. Humanities Award For Dorothy Day BAYONNE, N.J. (NC)--Doro- thy Day, cofounder of the Cath- olic Worker movement, has been named recipient of the fifth "Ad Humanos Award" of the Mt. Carmel Institute of Adult Education. Msgr. Anthony A. Tralka, president of the institute and pastor of Mt. Carmel church, said the award honors note- worthy service in promoting the humanities. Past recipients have included former President Eisenbower, Sargent Shriver, head of the Peace Corps and Office of Eco- nomic Opportunity, and Martin Luther King, Jr., Nobel Prize- winning civil rights leader. Council Recalled In Gift to Bishop ST. JOHN, N.B. (NC)--Bishop A. B. Leverman of St. John blessed a Calvary. statuary group at St. Joseph's cemetery here, presented to him by par- ishes of the area as a momento of his attendance at the Second Vatican Council. The presentation recalled a French Ormulo clock that has adorned the reception room of the bishop's residence for the past 94 years. The clock was given to Bishop John Sweeny of St. John by his people to mark his re- turn from the First Vatican Council in 1670. Kennell.Ellis Artist Photographer 426.5th Ave. MA. 4,0080 616 Olive Way LEE HANLEY Member Holy Rosary ParishmEdmonds TO SERVE YOU "Ameri’i', all.time Top Tofel Oualify Motor Car Value" RYAN CADILLAC CO. 420 E. Pike--Seattle Office.--EAst 2-6600 Res.PRospect 8-1981 Friday, Nov. 6, 1%4 Thanksgiving Clothing Collection Dates Set NEW YORK (NC)The director of the worldwide mission of mercy main- tained by U. S. Catholics said "unquestionably" the most dire need for clothing and other relief materials "is among the destitue millions in the emerging and underdeveloped countries of Africa, Asia and Latin America." "We are making a special ap- peal this year for bed and household linens to be given to hospitals, clinics, orphan- ages and other institutions," said Bishop Edward E. Swan- strom; executive director of Catholic Relief Services -- Na- tional • Catholic Welfare Confer- ence. "I am confident that our American Catholics will again meet this annual challenge to their charity and that, as a re- sult, the 1964 Thanksgiving Catholic Collection will exceed those of previous years," the • bishop added. Dates for the clothing drive in the Archdiocese of Seattle are November 22 to 30. Bishop Swanstrom said the appeal for linens did not mini- mize the need for donations of used and usable clothing, foot- wear, blankets and other relief materials to assist the needy throughout the world. In connection with the bish- op's comments CRS-NCWC headquarters here issued a re- port which showed that a to- tal of 15,028,434 pounds of re- lief materials were donated U. S. Catholics in the 1963 anksgiving Clothing Collec- tion. The donations were val- ued at $21 million. Pre-Advenf Activities Slated Issaquah St. Joseph Church--St. Fran- ces Cabrini Guild will sponsor adult dance Saturday, Nov. 14, 9 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., at Pine Lake Community Club. Mrs. W. Steinauer, EX 2-5147, and Mrs. Ken Bero, EX 2-6884, are reser- vations chairmen. Seattle Chareso Club--Dance, Satur- day, Nov. 7, 9 p.m. to 12, mid- night, Mayflower Hotel. Single adult Catholics invited. For in- formation, call Gloria De- Gabriele, EA 3-2177, or Kathy Hertz, SU 4-6769. ,Blanchet Mothers Club--Meet- ing Monday, Nov. 9, 7:45 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The Rev. James E. Mallahan, principal Blanchet High School will speak. All Blanchet parents are in- vited. St. John parish mothers will be hostesses. The Catholic Seamen's Club Auxiliary--Will have a luncheon and card party Tuesday, Nov. 10 at 12:30 p.m. at the club- house, 2330 1st Ave. The Marian Club--For Senior Citizens will meet Wednesday, Nov. 11, at St. Peter Claver Center. Those attending may bring lunch. Coffee will be served at noon. Holy Names Academy stu- dents will present a Sing Along program at 1 p.m. The public is invited to at- tend and take part in the ac- tivities. Yelm Parish Schedules Fall Bazaar YELM--St. Margaret Mary Parish is holding a bazaar to- morrow, Nov. 7, in the parish hall from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. A turkey dinner will be served for $1 per plate and other re- freshments will also be avail- able. St. Luke's Plans Bazaar Christ the King Sodality Sets Seattle Seattle st Coletta Soc00ety--For re queen Institute YU--Meeting Fashion Show tarded children, will meet Tues- and initiation honoring Mrs. Christ the King Parish So- day, Nov. 10, at 12:30 p.m. at Charles Bras, St. Cecilia Insti- dality will present "Winter the Catholic Social Service tute, Thursday, Nov. 12, 7:45 Building, 410 Marion St. For in- p.m., American Legion hall, 620 Fantasy" with fashions for formation call Mrs. J. E. Malo, University. women Tuesday, Nov. 10, at: 8 WE 5-5732. Mrs. Cyril L. Cunningham is p.m. in the school auditorium. Chancellor Club--Dr. Robert chairman and Mrs. Ralph Included in the evening's pro- Larson, head of the sociology Amon, president, will preside, gram will be a demonstration department at Seattle Univer- Archdiocesan Council Catholic of the latest teenage dances by sity, will head a panel discus- Nurses -- Seattle Chapter will members of the Teen Club, Sue sion on capital punishment, meet Monday, Nov. 16 with 6 Plouf, Kathy McGraih, Theresa marking the November "Inquir- p.m. Mass for all deceased Ochsner, Terry McCauley, Jim ers" segment at 7:30 p.m. Sun- members at Providence Hospi- Simelar and Mark Peterson. day, Nov. 8, in the Chancellor tel. Dinner will follow. Reser- Tickets will be available at: Clubhouse, 2601 Broadway E. vations may be made with Mrs. the door. Co-chairman is Mrs. Dick Skinner is chairman of Rosella Flanigan, LA 2-2068. James Johnson and adult rood- the monthly panel discussions, els will be Mesdames Richard Tacoma Odman, James McAuliffe, Wil- St. Leo High School--Mothers liam Schuster, Donald Williams Club meeting Tuesday, Nov. 19 and James Dignam with chil" at 8 p.m. in the school care- dren and teen models Judy Fin- teria. All mothers of high lay, Raeann Kaminski and school students are invited. Johnny Maloney. St. Philomathea M o t h e r s Club--Annual memorial Mass Holy Names for all deceased members Tues- day, Nov. 10 at 9:30 a.m. in the Presents Bellarmine High School chapel. Meeting will follow with brunch 'Androcles' served in the cafeteria. Holy Names Academy will Vancouver p r e s e n t "Androcles," (The Our Lady of Lourdes Parish Prince Who Became a Lion), O'Dea Mothers Ciub---A me- --Fall festival will be held Fri- November 7 and 8 at 2:30 p.m. mortal Mass will be celebrated day, Nov. 6 and Saturday, Nov. in the school auditorium. for all deceased members Tues- 7 in the school hall, 47th and The fantasy by Robert R. day, Nov. 1O, at 11 a.m. in St. Franklin Streets. Buseick is the group's initiation James Cathedral. At noon there Gary Wrede, chairman, is as- of Children's Theatre, but this will be a luncheon in the Exeter stated by Joe Lingo, Joe Ra- does not mean the play is lira- dining room with a general quer, Duane McCune, Larry ited to children--rather to the meeting in the Cathedral hall Sorg, Tom Swafford, Forrest young at heart. at 1. Hutton, John Boyle, Jerry Sister Julia Mary has or- St. John Parish--The Sanctu- Brislawn, Monty Bunge, Jerry ranged and composed special cry Society will meet Monday, Mackey, Larry Pratka, Roy music which will be presented Nov. 9,'at 1 p.m. at Egan Hall. Bunting, Elmer Badertcher, Si by the Holy Names string en- St. Matthew Parish- "Hard Fritz, Don Lillard and Verle semble during the production. Times Dance" Friday, Nov. 13 Miller. Sister Kathleen Mary is di- 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., north end KC Mrs. Carl Kramer is worn- rector and Marilyn Perri is stu- hall, 327 NE 91st Street. Mid- en's chairman, assisted by Mes- dent stage manager. Terrie night spaghetti supper will be dames J. Van Hoose, F. A. Gardner is production manager served. Burris, J. Hudert, L. D. Malloy, and Pat Cowan is choreogra- Tickets, $3.98 per couple may Mary Walling, William Re- pher. be obtained in the school office nayne, Carol Adams, John The cast includes: Pat Cow- after all Masses Sunday, Nov. Boyle, Robert Quimby, Minnie an, Mary Cummings, Karla 8, or by calling Pam McCord, Carter and Miss Mildred Budde. Dambacher, Martha Egan, Sal- EM 2-2428. 'Mail Order' Mission ly Evans, Kathy Lucci, Ann Luconi, Kathi Peterson, Jean- hie Schade, Debbie Schulke, Seminary Course Scheduled Pat Wilken, and Judi Young. Tickets are 50 cents for stu- .Offered At St. Anne's dents, $1 for adults. DEDHAM, Mass. (NC)--You wouldn't call it a correspond- A mission will be conducted ence school for future priests, at St. Anne Church, Second First Benedictine but a new plan of preparatory West and Lee St. beginning this Abbey in Nebraska seminary training launched by a missionary group here uses Sunday, Nov. 6. It will be con- E LK H O R N, Neb. (NC) -- monthly correspondence for. tucted by the Redemptorist Mount Michael monastery here stay-at-home students, missionaries, Ray. Joseph A. has been elevated to the status Conducted by the Society of Martucci and Ray. Francis of the first Benedictine abbey African Missions with seminary McMahon. in Nebraska. The Rev. Raphael headquarters here, the new The first week will be for Walh, O.S.B., prior of the mon- astery, has been named the Student Missionary Program women and the second week, first abbot. The monastery was leaves boys at home where they beginning November 15, for founded here in 1956 as a de- receive handbooks and special men. prayer books to chart their Sunday Masses will be at 6, pendent priory of Conception (Me.) abbey and has grown growth in the ideals of the mis- 7:45, 9, 10:15 and 11:.30 a.m. from 14 to 39 members. sionary community. Partici- Week Day Masses during the pants correspond once a month Mission will be at 6:15, 7:15, Primary work of the monks with priests of the society who 8:15 and 9:15. Services each is conducting the Omaha arch- are their personal directors, evening will begin at 7:45 p.m. diocesan seminary which has And each summer each boy 260 students. meets with .his director and other boys taking part in the program for a week-long re- treat of intensive training. Watch for The Rev. S. John Murray, S.M.A., vocation director; said, 1- "We think,that the S,M.A. Stu- these MANY PLANS for St. Luke's parish bazaar to be held dent Missionary Program will Friday, Nov. 13, 4 to 11 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 14, 2 to give us more--and better--can- "I 11 p.m. at the church hall, 175 and Dayton Avenues, are didates for our formaJ seminary, New being made by (from left) Mrs. Curtis Smith, Mrs. Robert program." Palen and Mrs. John P. Mulroney. Baked halibut dinner I    %___% will be featured Friday evening and baked ham will be on k&: the menu Saturday. Mrs. Ray Farley, chairman, will also be assisted by Mrs. Curtis Smith and Mrs. James Healey. !Fellows ! The Holy Name Society will be in charge of entertainment. College Honors NAACP Official PURCHASE, N.Y. (NC)--Roy Wilkins, executive secretary of fish the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Peo- ple, received an honorary doc- torate of laws at an academic convocation at Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart • here. The Oct. 20 ceremony, at-  ' tended by students, faculty, col-  lege o f f i c i a l s. and special t , guests, was the annual October "Morn" Imr'r" ' ' award by the college for a per- son distinguished in education bou00lht some TEFLON-COATED NO-STICK, or public life, Mother E. M. 0'Byrne, college president, SUNNY NO-SCOUR COOKWARE said. The college for women is • No-stick cooking conducted by the Religious of the Sacred Heart. PRESERVES .No.scour clean-up Pope Honors • DuPont-approved finish Priest.Editor , Heavy-duty, even.heating aluminum AUSTIN, Tex. (NC) -- T h e Rev. Maurice C. 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