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Salvage Bureau Announces Pre.Christmas Sale THIS CHEERY DISPLAY of toys, clothes and household wares represents many of the items being offered at the pre-Christmas sale of the St. Vincent de Paul Salvage Bu- reau Saturday, Nov. 17, at 1001 Fairview Ave. N. On sale will be refurbished toys, with a variety that will make any tot's eyes light up. Also on sale will be men's and ladies clothing plus a set of old fashioned smoke bells. Most of the items were reconditioned by the bureau's warehouse crew under the direction of Mrs. Mary Crook. The sale, featuring a variety of price bargains, will be held for one day only from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. November 17 at the midway. Many of these items, plus others found at the salvage bureau and its nine stores in King County, are the works of handicapped and rehabilitative persons working for St. Vincent de Paul's. THE VERY REV. A. A. LEMIEUX, S. J., (left) president of Seattle University, discussed the prograrn of the Business Associates, university development group, at the recent kick- off m e e t i n g for their 1962-63 campaign. With Father Lemieux are two members of the Business Associates, James B. C. Lockwood (center), vice prcsidem, National Bank of Commerce, and Winston D. Brown, president, Howard S. Wright Construction Company. NCCW Asks End of Racial Bias; ,lust School Aid DETROIT, Nov. 5 (NC) --The National Council of Catholic Women has adopted a sweeping ser- ies of resolutions ranging from a call for elimination of race bias to an appeal for jus- tice for children in nonpublic schools Asserting that attempts had been made to "broaden the application" of the Supreme Court decision in the New York school prayer case, the council declared: "All peoole should be alerted to the exact meaning of this decision and to their rights and resnonsibilities regarding the education of their children. "We strongly urge a study of parental rights in educa- tion, the necessity of religious education, and an extension of released - time classes." The women's council, holdiog its 31s| national convention, took no stand for or against governmental aid to education. But it urged that "there be no discrimination against children attending nonpublic schools" in any governmental aid program. Such programs as those of the Papal Volunteers for Latin America and the Peace support of the National Con- ference on Religion and Race, scheduled to take place in Chicago in Januarv. The' women said it was their good fortune to meet during the deliberations of the Vatican Council. They said: "We look upon this period as an opportunity through good public relations to dispell the darknes of un- belief and the barriers of mis- understanding about the Church." Among other resolutions, a- dopted through the meeting, was an appeal to Catholic women to: --Seek "a clear, objective and unemotional understand- ing of the evils of atheistic Communism and reaffirm that an active, living Christianity, in every sphere of life, is the best defense against Commun- ism." Associates Meet Pope Sends Message: President Seattle University Corps won their support. Commends In the field of hater-group re- lations, the NCCW said, "we must abolish prejudice and NCCW discrimination from our own lives and, because we are our brother's keeper, we must help abolish them in our commun- ities." The women indicated special Mission Set At Black Diamond BLACK DIAMOND--A week- long mission will open at St. Barbara Church Sunday, Nov. 11. The Rev. Thomas Morrison, O.P., will conduct it. Masses November 11 will be at 8:30 and 10:30 a.m. Week- day Mass is at 7 a.m. with evening services beginning at 7:30 p.m. T.V. RADIO 18 Receive First DETROIT, Nov. 5 (NC) --President John F. Ken- nedy wrote a special message to Mrs. Arthur L. Zepf, NCCW pres- ident, extending greetings to the organization's 31st national assemLly. The letter, read pub- licly at the general civic meeting on Nov. 3 the opening day of the convention, paral- leled in tone a message sent from Rome on behalf of His Holines Pope John XXIII. Mr. K e n n e d y especially commended the women's group for its efforts in be- half of world understanding and social just;2e. "We can and will preserve the peace," he said, "with the help of women such as you and with the help of all peace-loving peoples." The message from the Pope, sent, by Archbishop Angelo Patriarch Gives Views: The second annual contact campaign by the Business Associates of Seattle University began recent- ly with a supper meeting in Bellarmine Hall, new men's residence. The Business Asso- ciates were formed last year to seek annual unrestricted in- vestments from Seattle business and industry and from national firms doing business in t h e Puget Sound area. John N. Ryder, vice president of Washington Mutual Savings Bank, is chairman of the group which seek to identify the strong relationships between private enterprise and private higher education. In their approach, the Busi- ness Associates point out that graduates of Seattle University provide a constant source of educated manpower and civic leadership for the business community. University officials estimate that the impact of the city's higher educational institutions is equivalent to the addition of one new industry to the com- munity each decade. For this reason, they point out, contributions made to Seattle University's develop- ment program are invest- ments of value to the com- munity's economic enterprise. Gene A. Ford, university de- velopment director, said that funds realized through the Business Associates last year were the equivalent of adding one-half million dollars to the university's endowment. Forty Associate members will contact area business leaders throughout the remainder of the academic year, Ford said. Treatment of Can Fr;daV, NoV. 9, 1962 iii THE PROGRESS--3 Eastern Rites Assist Or Block Unity ROME, Nov. 6 (NC)The way the Church as a whole treats its Eastern Rites can promote or obstruct efforts toward Christian unity, Melkite Rite Patriarch Maximos IV of Antioch said here. The eyes of the Orthodox w o r 1 d are on the Eastern Rites, he declared. From the way they are treated, he stated, the Orthodox will" judge how they would be treated if Christian unity were restored. But the Patriarch warned that "our C a t h oli c Eastern churches have not yet found within Catholicism the place worthy of them." Patriarch Saigh spoke in an interview published by the Rome Christian Domoeratic daily, II Popolo. He said the ecu- menical council "could open the road to union just as it could close it definitely." He said the council could close it by "giving our Orthodox brothers--and may God forbid this--the conviction that there is no room for them' in the Catholic Church save through the absorption of their own existence within Latinism, improperly identified with Catholicism." Political interference remains a difficulty confronting the Orthodox, the Patriarch remarked. Orthodox Observer Situation Soviet 'Shadow' Ever Follows Prelates By Father Placid Jordan, O.S.B. VATICAN CITY, Nov. 6 (NC)Two bearded men in long black robes walk up to the Bronze Door of St. Peter's basil- ica. ThEy stand out among the large crowd of council Fathers about to enter. Their tall, black head-dress shows them to be of the Orthodox Church The taller one wears a pectoral cross. They have a friendly smile on their faces, but seem reticent, reserved, aloof. With them is their "shad- ow," a layman who follows them up to the entrance where only council Fathers are allowed to pass. He with- draws once the two priests have gone inside. Hardly has the session come to a close when he makes his appearance again. The two priests walk up to him and he goes along with them, with a grim face Never, even for a moment, does he take his eyes off them. All day long he is there: the long arm of Mos- cow. The two official observers of the Russian Orthodox Church at the council are Archpriest Vitali Borovoy, a member of the faculty of the Orthodox seminary at Leningrad, now delegate of his church to the World Council of Churches, and Archimandrite Vladimir Kot- liarov, deputy chief of the Rus- sian Orthodox mission in Jeru- salem. Both live at a hotel together with their "shadow" where other non-Catholic observers of the council also are quar- tered. But they do not mingle freely. At meal time they have their own table. They remain apart from other observers. When there are official re- ceptions, they attend, but when they are over, they go their own way, with the "shadow" always at their heels. The sympathies of almost everybody is with these two priests, who converse with those who don't speak Russian in a halting English. Every- body is aware of the delicacy of their position. Nobody wishes to embarrass them. Therefore no questions are asked which they would be unable, or unwilling, to answer. For the "shadoW" always is there. The shadow of Moscow. Peace Corps Can Serve Nation, Spread Truth BUFFALO, N.Y., (NC)A Peace Corps official sold here that Cathclic young people who volunteer for service in the Federal agency can serve their na- tion and indirectly spread Catholicism. John J. Simons of the Peace Corps university relations office told the llth annual Buffalo Diocesan Catholic Youth Convention: "If you form a strong Catholic character as you[h, you will be able to light a spark somewhere in the world both for your coantry and your Faith, thus serving your nation while in- directly, through your actions, spreading Catholicism." Simons, a former executive secretary of thc National Federa- tion of Catholic College Students, spoke at the closing session of the convention. Some 1,600 delegates attended the three-day meeting. "Hope Seeks Christ." . Dell'Acqua, Substitute Secre- .................................... ....... *::*'::'::*:::::':":':':''::':::* Communion tory of State, took note Of the 1:30 p.m., Outlook, KING.TV, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::,t..:r:,:: : :,:::::::::.: .... ::::;    Channel 5. iiiiiii::::::i!iiii!iiiii:ii::!i::::iiiiiii!iiiiiiiii , convention theme "The Chris- ,,o : -*=-'`:....:::i:i:::ii;i::i!!i:!ii:::;::i::iiii::::::::::ii:.i::iii::::i::!::!::iiii!!i!;ii!i!i!::i:i: '"ii BLACK DIAMOND--Eignteen . . . , , Robert Rambusch will mud- . ._ . _. tmn m a Changing World,' and children received their rtrst ........ erate a workshop on 'Church , . asserteu "now important is lS Holy Communion Octoner za ............ Art and Architecture' w i t h to eep mgnt ot oo ano ms Robert Jones, award winner of at St Barbara Church , law as man continues to unlock the Spaeth-Lercaro medal for !i: ::. .::::::::;::;::f,:. lney were: .... the hidden secrets of nature unvla uotts, Linaa vmch v'amem . .. church architecture, Patrick .:iii  !]!!iii]: ...... i!i]iiifiil;i]?" . Cole, Guy Brunelle, Frank Bates, Personal responsbdty must Quinn, professor at the School Larry Brunette Elizabeth Ellis Mi- nnl hp .h; ,t=A t, tho urh'n :::::::::: .:'.!r..:;z ........ cheel Gutthter, Robert Koval; .... J .......... . . of Architecture, University of Tlmmy, Oonny and Patrick Mathew, of change, and human dgmty California, and Rev Edward Debby Norton, Mary Kay Olson, Ray- should be enhanced by these ::i; ii!:ii;i ...... mond Toman George and Jon Gless- , -' Boyle, chairman of the Liturgi- ;:?,;..':::::: : ::.":::: ::.. ..? .... ,, :... ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::. ner and Jeffrey Browne. new olseoverles, cal Art Show held during the ............. *:ii 1962 Liturgical Week in Seattle. il $: 00 p.m., Challenge, KOMO-TV, Channel 4. , ..:..:::::.,: ::: Communication among pea- ' , .:::::; : pie of different faiths will be 'i: :::":::!i!i!iii!i!ii:: discussed. Panelists are Rev. 00iii!i!ii!i!iiiiiiiii!!0000 :.::* "::::::::::::::":;s..; William Treacy, Dr. Lynn Cor- ii!iiii ! son and Rabbi Raphael Levine. 7:15 p.m., Sacred Heart Pro- :i:  :  ................. ,. .... gram, KTVW-TV, Channel 13. !i!!iii!i!i:: ::.!!:iii::::!:i ........... !!!i:il;i:iiii!;!ii!: The Rev. Francis L. Filas, :::::::::::;:r.:. ......... :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: S.J., chairman of the theology Autumn Theme ror St. Teresa , .... department at Loyola Univer- AUTUMN HUE is the motif of the luncheon and bridge i:.i::ii:::;:4i::::::.i ..... sity, Chicago, discusses 'St. party sponsored by St. Teresa Parish Mothers Club Tues- :i:::::i;i!ii .! Thomas and Prejudice." day, Nov. 13, at 12:30 p.m. in the school auditorium. Bene- ..............  ................  ............ * 7:30 a.m., Catholic Hour, KING- fits will aid the library of the school. Taking a look at the Radio. decorations are (from the left) Mesdames David Badion, i::::!i!$:;i::ii:::;:::::::::.:::;i:!: . The Rev. John J. Lynch, S.J., assistant professor of economtcs Frederick Welsh, Ben I. Hcrz and George Headrick, general at Sophia University, Tokyo, chairman. For tickets "call Mrs. Walsh, EA, 2-6438. if.!i:.f::):::ii!:::ii!i::::;:;:!i::`:::ii!:!::i:.:::!rii!i!: ....... will speak on "Education in --(Photo bv W. C. Heib Jr.) :::i ........... ".::iii;ii!;!;;!i;!-::... Today's Japan" as part two in .... " :: .............. " " " "The &:::!:?!:: :::!:i:i:i: : :::i: ::: : : :: : , f.': :*::.::: ' ' "'" ..... ... .......................... :::::.:::,::::::::,, ..,.::.. a four.part series entitled Franciscan Bishop Smith Will 00iiiiii . Church's MissioninJapan." To Preach Administer See Immaculate Goes 'Italian' Hour of St. Francis, KXA.Ra- "But is is not our task to examine the conscience of others," he said. He listed what he deemed the principal problems which the Eastern Rite council Fathers will bring before the assembly of the world's bishops: --A better definition of the divine origin of the episcopate and of its powers. --Greater disciplinary autonomy for the Eastern Churches. --A re-evaluation of the role of the patriarch within Cathol- Icism. --The use of living languages in the liturgy. --Unity in regard to the date of Easter. --Creation within the Holy See's central administration of a permanent body dealing with ecumenical problems. --Decentralization of the Church's administration. --Revival of the diaconate. --Bringing the Eastern Catholic churches into missionary work, especially in North Africa, Ethiopia and India. --A bigger role for laymen in the Church, not only for their sanctification but to make them real coworkers in the Christian- ization of the world." of Wide Interest: BUFFALO, N. Y. (NC) -- The Most Rev. Leo R. Smith, for the last l0 years Auxiliary Bishop of Buffalo. was elected October 16 administrator of the dioccse bv the board of dioces- an consu(toFs. A PARISH dinner at hnmaculate, the first in decades, will be served from 2 to 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 11, by the School of the Immaculate Parent-Teacher Club. Preparing the spaghetti dinner (from left) arc Felix Remus, Mrs. Remus, Mrs. Vincent Mitchell and Mr. Mitchell. The two men are dinner co-chairmen. Dinner prices are $1.50 for adults and 75c for children. Serving will be in the parish auditorium. | ___ Of SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 Legion 9:15 a.m., Sacred Heart Pro- " Inecenc'" gram, KIRO-TV, Channel 7. "When did you last hope for heaven," Rev. Eugene J. Jak- Listed here are ratings of the ubek, S.J., assistant director latest films received by the No- of the Jesuit Seminary Guild tional Legion of Decency. asks in today's talk entitled First-Run Movies Mission WtNLOCK--The Rev. Richard W. Hedge, O.F.M., will conduct a mission at Sacred Heart Church during the week of No- vember 11 to 18. die, Seattle, 7:45 a.m. and KWYZ-Radio, Everett, 7:16 a.m. "Lost in Their Father's House" is the story of a prom- inent doctor who begs a judge to speak to his daughter who has become a stranger to him and his wife. Showing In Seattle A-2--The Monster. A-.%-Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, I Thank a Fool. Condemned--Boccaccio 70. Other Movies" Currently Showing A-l--Rose Marie, Sweethearts, Girl Of the Golden West, Whistle Down the Wind, Mr. Hobbs" Takes A Vacation, Five Weeks In A Balloon, Ivanhoe, Knights Of the Round Table, Wild Westerners, Lady and the Tramp, Almost Angels. A-2--Merry Widow, The Great Waltz, Chocolate Soldier, Rear Window, Detective Stow, Six Black Horses, Bird Man of Alcatraz. A----West S i d e Story, The Interns, Counterfeit Traitor, Adventures Of A Young Man, Satan Never Sleeps. B--Rally R o u n d the Flag Boys, Love Me Or Leave Me, Until They Sail. Separate Classification-- Lolita. OIMqCE SUPPLII PRINTING STATIONERY OFFICE FURNITURE IIS Seneca Street MAi -1440 TRICK 8, MURRAY. Absence of Greek Observers Explained NEW YORK, Nov. 5 was apparently aimed at dis- (NC)The Greek Ortho- dox Primate of North and South America blamed the Vatican han- dling of invitations for the ab- sence of observers from his church at the Second Vatican Council. In a statement issued here November 3 Archbishop Iako- vos, a spokesman for the Ecu- menical Patriarch Athenagoras I of Constantinople, said the Roman Catholic Church used tactics "apparently aimed at disrupting Orthodox unity and undermining the authority of the the Ecumenical Patriarch- ate." Explaining his objection to the Vatican handling of iuvi. rations for council observers, Archbishop Iakovos said that at the Pan-Orthodox ConfEr- enee last year at Rhodes, it was agreed that the Ecumen- ical Patriarch would negoti- ate with the Vatican coneern. ing Orthodox observers. He related that Patriarch Athenagoras then informed His Holiness Pope John XXIII that he, as Ecumenical Patriarch, would receive and transmit any invitations to the Orthodox churches in accordance with the decision at the Rhodes con- ference. The Vatican instead began sending representatives to the Patriarchs of the East (Alex- andria, Jerusalem, Antioch and Moscow) /and to other Ortho- dox churches, asking their leaders to send observers, the Archbishop continued. "This tactic disclosed' the purpose of the Vatican, which rupting Orthodox unity and undermining the authority of the Ecumenical Patriarch," Archbishop Iakovos said. He added that "only with the church of Moscow did the Vatican succeed in t'2is tac- tic" and attributed the sud- den change in position by the Russian Orthodox Church to reasons which "are without doubt clearly of a political nature." The absence of the other Orthodox "should in no way be interpreted as a change in their position in support of unity of the Christian church- es," he said. The Archbishop said he did not expect any de- cisive overtures relating to unity from the Vatican council "because Rome has its own problems" He added: "All I expect from the council is a friendlier atti- tude for the so-called separated brethren. Of course, we could welcome this new attitude, Bnd probably God will have some- thing to say again, because nothing happens without His guidance and inspiration." Prelates Exchange Kiss of Peace ROME, (Radio, NC) -- Pre- lates of the Catholic and Rus- sian Orthodox Churches em- braced and exchanged the traditional Eastern kiss of peace when the two represen. tativ of the Moscow patri- archate arrived here to serve as observers at the ecumenical council. 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