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IO--THE PROGRESS Friday, Nov. 15, 1983 Missio? Sunday Over the Top Again St. Mary, Castle Rock ......................... ' ......... 80.50 St. Ann, Blaine .......................................... 73.65* Holy Innocents, Duvall .................................. 72.75* St. Peter. Tenino ........................................ 72.65* St. Margaret Mary, McKenna ........................... 65.55* St. Lawrence, South Bend ............................... 56.57* iittk .............................. St. Joachim, Lummi .................................... 54,90" .... Our Lady of Lourdes, Wilkeson .................... , ..... 49.40* St. Thomas, Kalama Bay ................................ 47.30* Father Szemnn St. Mary, Coupeville .................................... 42.75* VOU did it! Once more the priests and Sisters and ] people of this great Archdiocese have shown their sacrificial spirit in answering the call of the missions. This year, in spite of hardships, the Mission Sunday Collection is a whole $10,000 over last year. This is indeed an accomplishment. Rest assured the missions will remember you in all their prayers. Thank you very much. PARISHES St. James Cathedral, Seattle ............................. $5,872.77 Assumption, Seattle ...................................... 4,060.86* St. Joseph, Seattle ........... ........................... 3,625.07 St. Anthony, Renton ..................................... 3,174.21" St. Patriok, Tacoma ..................................... 2357.67* Holy Rosary, Seattle ..................................... 2,291.95" St. Ann, Seattle .......................................... 2,155.10" Sacred Heart, Bellevue .................................. 2,118.90 St. Frances Cabrini, Tacoma ............................ 2,105.50 Star of the Sea, Bremerton .............................. 2,103.55" Christ the King, Seattle ................................. 1,978.25 St. Louise, Bellevue ...................................... 1,952.80" St. Phi]omena, Des Moines .............................. 1,876.00" St. Monica, Mercer Island ............................... 1,817.95" St. Benedict, Seattle ..................................... 1,763.50" St. Francis of Assisi, Seaburst .......................... 1,751.75" St. Alphonsus, Seattle .................................... 1,627.10 Holy Family, Seattle ..................................... 1,613.18 St. Edward, Seattle .... ,... .............................. 1,612.06" Our Lady of the Lake, Seattle ............................ 1,603.50" Blessed Sacrament, Seattle .............................. 1,565.83" St. Rose, Longview ...................................... 1,558.94" Our Lady of Fatima, Seattle ............................. 1,443.80" SS. Aegidius & Mary, Aberdeen .......................... 1,363.50" St. Michael, Olympia .................................... 1,361.62" St. John, Seattle ......................................... 1,331.00 St. Teresa, Seattle ....................................... 1,330.66 St. Matthew, Seattle ..................................... 1,296.00 St. Bernadette, Seattle ................................... 1,261.23" St. Leo, Tacoma ......................................... 1,256.20" Sacred Heart, Seattle .................................... 1,257.00 Holy Rosary, Edmonds .................................. 1,165.00 Holy Cross, Tacoma ..................................... 1,158.01" St. Anthony, Kent ........................................ 1,111.37" Holy Family, Kirkland .................................. 1,087.32" St. Patrick, Seattle ...................................... 1,086.35 St. Catherine, Seattle .................................... 1,063.64" Our Lady of Guadalupe, Seattle ......................... 1,034.41" St. Luke, Seattle ......................................... 1,005.29 Assumption, Bellingham ................................. 1,002.28" Immaculate Conception, Mount Vernon .................. 973.80* Sacred Heart, Tacoma ............. ...................... 949.30* St. Paul, Seattle ......................................... 888.50* St. Joseph, Vancouver ................................... 859.50* Immaculate Conception, Everett*. ........................ 852.60* Immaculate, Seattle ..................................... 849.93* Visitation, Tacoma ....................................... 817.68 St. James Vancouver .................................... 804.00 Holy Family, Auburn .................................... 803.95* St. George, Seattle ....................................... 799.00* Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Everett .................... 790.00* All Saints, Puyallup ..................................... 759.50* Our Lady of Lourdes, Seattle ............................ 737.82* St. Mark, Seattle ........................................ 696.17' Sacred Heart, Battle Ground .......................... 691.55 Holy Rosary, Tacoma .......... ........................ 666.21" St. John, Montesano .. .................................... 666.00* St. Edward, Shelton ..................................... 648.38 St. Plus X, Mountlake Terrace .......................... 633..75* Queen of Angels, Port Angeles ............ ; ............. 592.30* St. Thomas, Camas ...................................... 591.00 St. Joseph, Lynden ...................................... 585.95* St. Charles Borromeo, Tacoma .......................... 582.55 St. Brendan, Barbell ..................................... 554.66* St. Vincent de Paul, Federal Way ....................... 547.24* Sacred Heart, Lacey ... 539.25* Our Lady, Queen of Heaven, Tacoma .................... 530.60 Our Lady of Lourdes, Vancouver ....................... 521.00 St. Thomas, Riverton .................................... 521.00" Sacred Heart, Bellingham ................................ 515.15" St. Mary Magdalen, Everett ............................. 513.00" St. Margaret, Seattle ................................... 510.50" Our Lady of Mr. Virgin, Seattle .......................... 490.00* St. Gabriel, Port Orchard ................................ 478.25 St. John of the Woods, Tacoma ......................... 471.30" St. Ann, Tacoma ......................................... 459.44* Activities Calendar M a J o r events sponsored by Catho"o organisa- Ucms are listed here. The purpoee of the e$.lendax is to a t d in a v o I d ! n g conflict of dates in scheduling events. Listings should be sent to The Progress in writing. November 16, 1963--Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood Fan- tasy Fair, Student Union Build- ing, Seattle University, 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. November 19, 1963 -- O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. November 22-23, 1963 -- St. Mark Parish bazaar. November 25, 1963 -- Xavier Club Day of Recollection, 9:30 a.m., Marycrest Chapel. December 4, 1963 -- Seattle Prep Mother Club luncheon and card party sponsored by junior mothers, 12:30 pm., St. Joseph Social Hall. December 7, 1963--Blessed Sacrament Mothers Club dance. December 16, 1963- Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. January 6, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood sponsors opening night of "Sound of Mu- sic" Opera House. January 14, 1964 -- Catholic Seamen's Auxiliary luncheon and card party. January 26, 1964 -- Blanchet Mothers Club family dinner, 1 to 6 n. m., school cafeteria. January 29, !964 -- Seattle Prep Mothers Club luncheon and card party sponsored by sophomore mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. February 4, 1964 -- Annum burse p a r t y, Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Womcn, IVorthern Deanery. February 8, 1963--St. Frances Cabrini H o s p i t a I Advisory Board, student nurse dance, 6:30 p.m., Olympic Bowl. February II, 1964 -- O'Dea iV:others Club luncheon and ctrd party, 12:30 p.m., St. Jseph social hall. February 26, 1964 -- Seattle lrep Mothers Club luncheon and card party sponsored by freshmen mothers, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Social Hall. March 13, 1964 -- St. Anne Parish Mothers Club crab din- ner, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. March 13, 1963 -- St. Anne's Mothers Club Crab S u p p e r, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. April 1, 1964 -- O'Dea Moth- ers Club luncheon and card party, 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph social hall. April 7, 1964 -- Annual party of Mount St. Vincent Auxiliary at Spanish Ballroom, Olympic Hotel. April 18-19, 1964 -- Archdio- cesan Council of Catholic Women convention, Benjamin Franklin Hotel. May 2, 3, 1964--Catholic War Veterans state convention, Ta- coma. May 14, 1964--Association for Catholic Childhood May lunch- eon, 12:30 p.m., Georgian Room, Olympic Hotel. St. Augustine, Oak Harbor .............................. 336.00* St. John, Glenwood ...................................... 317.90 Immaculate Heart of Mary, Sedro Woolley .............. 300.90* Cowlitz, Northern Missions .............................. 300.00* St. Cecilia, Winslow ...................................... 290.08* St. Joseph, Tacoma ...................................... 282.85* St. Yves. Harmony ...................................... 280.42 Star of the Sea, Port Townsend .......................... 273.25* St. Joseph, Issaquah ..................................... 257.73 St. Mary, Marysville ..................................... 255.25* St. Peter, Suquamish .................................... 251.69" St. Joseph, Ferndale ..................................... 239.18" St. Thomas More, Lynnwood. ........................... 228.35* St. Joseph, Elma ....... ................................. 220.55* SS. Peter & Paul, Aberdeen .... .......................... 210.00" Our Lady of Sorrows, Snoqualmie ....................... 205.50* St Joseph, Kalama ...................................... 205.25* SS. Peter and Paul, Tacoma ............................. 194.80" St. Mary, Monroe ........................................ 178.50" Our Lady of Good Counsel, Eatonville ................. 157.80" St. Aloysius, Buckley .... . ................................. 156.90" St. Frances, Toledo ...................................... 156.01" St. Catherine, Concrete .................................. 154.00 St. Barbara, Black Diamond ............. . .............. 149.50" St. Charles, Burlington .................................. 134.00" Sacred Heart, Morton ................................... 131.36" St.Catherine, Cathlamet ................................. 130.97 St. Philip, Woodland ..................................... 128.00 St. Cecilia, Stanwood .................................... 127.59" St. Mary, Seaview ....................................... 126.66" Holy Family, Francis ................................... 125.00" Sacred Heart, Winlock ................................... 122.00 St. Hubert, Langley ..................................... 122.00" St. Mary of Guadalupe, Ridgefield ...................... 119.75" St. John Vianney, Vashon ............................... 117.10" Immaculate Conception, Arlington ....................... 111.90" St. Theresa, Dash Point ................................ 111.20" Immaculate Conception, Raymond ...................... 103.85" St. Anthony, Carnation .................................. 100.30" SS. Cosmas & Damian, Orting ............. . ............ 96.20* Sacred Heart, LaC0nner ................................. 81.85" St. Ann, Tulalip ....................... .................. 42.00 St. Mary, Edison ...................... ; ................. 40.09 St. John, Mukilteo ................. .... .................. 37.00* St. Patrick, Dockton ..................................... 35.85* St. Joseph, Sequim ............................. .. ....... 35.00 Holy Cross, Granite Falls ................................ 32.75* St. Mary, Darrington .................................... 32.55* Immaculate Conception, Steilacoom ..................... 31.50" St. Ann, Forks .......................................... 28.30 Our Lady of the Snows, Skykomish ...................... 10.00 TOTAL ............................................. $110,393.37 *Increased over 1962 MISCELLANEOUS INSTITUTIONS Blanchet High School, Seattle ........................... 650.00 Holy Names Academy, Seattle .......................... 372.00 St. Martin High School, Olympia ........................ 305.00 SeattlePrep High School, Seattle ........................ 240.00 St. Thomas Seminary, Kenmore ......................... 157.00 St, Leo High School, Tacoma ............................ 142.00 St. Edward Seminary, Kenmore .......................... 121.00 Carmelite Monastery, Seattle ....... : ................... 120.93 O'Dea High School, Seattle .............................. 120.00 Mt. St. Vincent, Seattle ................................. 105.99 Visitation Monastery, Tacoma ........................... 75.00 St. Peter Hospital, Olympia ............................. 68.00 St. Placid High School, Olympia ........................ 50.00 Bellarmine High School, Tacoma ........................ 41.68 St. Joseph Hospital, Tacoma ............................ 40.00 St. Frances Cabrini School of Nursing, Seattle .......... 25.00 St. John Hospital, Longview ............................. 25.00 St. Joseph Hospital, Aberdeen ............................ 25.00 St. Frances Xavier Cabrini Hospital, Seattle ............ 24.73 Marycrest, Seattle University ........................... 16.17 St. John Hospital, Port Angeles ......................... 15.00 St. Helen Hospital, Chehalis ............................. 15.00 Little Daughters of St. Joseph, Kenmore ................ 13.00 TOTAL ............................................ $ 2,787.50 GRAND TOTAL ....................................... $113,160.87 House Passes $1.2 Billion College Aid Measure WASHINGTON (N.C.) Federal assistance for some construction costs inched closer to America's public and private colleges as the House passed a $1.2 bil- lion bill. The proposed five-year pro- gram of outright grants and re- payable loans was sent by a 258 to 93 vote November 6 to the Senate without any oppos- ing debate. A compromise between ver- sions adopted by the two cham- bers, the bill would help col- leges and universities, including those church-related, to meet construction costs of libraries and buildings to be used for in- struction or research in the- natural and physical sciences, mathematics, modern foreign languages and engineering It would specifically bar use of Federal funds fer any facility to be used for ."sec- tarian instruction," for relig. ious worship or primarily for any part of the program of a school or department of divin- ity. Restrictions on use of a building constructed with aid of Federal grants would be dropped by government 20 years after completion of the structure. The bill does not contain a controversial judicial review clause inserted earlier on the Senate floor at the urging of southern legislators who charged the bill violated the Constitution by assisting church-related colleges. That provision, dropped at the insistance of House dele- gates durifig the conference to iron out a compromise bill, would have permitted a tax- payer to block in Federal court assistance for construc- tion at a church related insti- tution on Church-State grounds. The review provision's prin- cipal backer, Sen. Sam J. Er- vin of North Carolina, vowed to fight on the Senate floor to get his clause back in the legislation. Accredited institutions of higher education could seek either loans or grants. If a eollege chose a loan, it would get up to 75% of a building's cost from the government. If selected a grant, an institu. tion would get only one-third of the cost. Loans must be repaid within 50 years, with interest. Although the program would extend over a five-year period, the bill proposes funds for only three years, with assurances that money would be forthcom- ing in the other two. The Federal funds would be divided this way: $230 million a year in grants for undergrad- uate facilities; $20 million a year in loans for undergradu- ate buildings; $25 million this year and $50 million the next two years for graduate facili- ties. On the junior college level, the funds would be restricted to public institutions. After House passage, U. S. Progress in Business: Noel Schram Heads Seattle Ad Agency Noel Schram has announced his acquisition of Advertising Counselors, Inc. The agency will now be known as Noel Schram & Associates, Inc., headquartered at 7 Valley St., Seattle. Mr. Schram was elected presi- dent of the new agency by the board of directors. Vic Gaunt- lett will serve as vice president; Roy Sparke as secretary-treas- urer. Both held similar posts on the former board of directors. Mr. Schram was one of the original incorporators of Ad- vertising Counselors in 1949. Several local, regional and West Coast accounts will be serviced by Noel Schram & Associates, Inc. Schram and his wife, Corne- lia, reside at Camano Island, Wash. They have two sons, Karl, 15, and Eric, 20. New Biography Of Pope Paul Due NEW YORK (NC) -- A new biography, "Apostle for Our Time: Pope Paul VI," by Msgr. John G. Clancy, who worked in the Vatican Secretariat of State with the Pope, will be published November 8 by P. J. Kenedy and Sons. N # Commissioner of Education Francis Keppel praised the ac- tion. "We desperately n e e d this bill. Obviously I hope it will pass," he said. Navy Launches 'Operation Return' "Operation Return" has been launched by the U.S. Naval Re- serve Training Center of the 13th Naval District to re-enlist veteran service men without re- duction in pay grade. .Discharged service men de- stung for more information may contact Dan Medley, Mike McDonald or Chief Jones at MA 3-7600, extension 24, from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Thursday and from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Bir#hs ABERDEEN -- St. Joseph Hospital announces the following birth to Mr. and Mrs.: Michael L. Murphy, girl, November 5. BELLINGHAM  St, Joseph General Hospital announces the following births to Mr. and Mrs.: James Jean, girl, November 9. Kffsap Cultee Jr., boy, November 10, Bruce Swanson, girl, November 10. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital an- .ounces the following births fo Mr. and Mrs.: Henry Gamido, boy, November 1. Frank Timmons, girb November 2. Richurd Hill, boy, November 4. Harry Pearson, girl, November 4. Jack Clerkln, boy, November S. John Freltog, girl, November 5. Donald Teffler, boy, November S. Gary Daugharty, girl, November 7. Marion Rowln, boy, November 7. Arnold SchmJdt, boy, November 7. Michael Bourlier, girl, November 8. Chorles Chu, girl, November 8. Donald Hiller, boy, November 8. Jeremiah Moroney, girl, November 8. Raymond Wolloston, girl, November 8. Gerald Harris, girl, November 9. .e:,,'>  + 00SKI'S SCltRt00T Delight[ul Dining : "In Relaxing Atmosphere" Broiled Steaks ... Chicken.. Seafood Organ Styllngs by Phil Odin 1 in the Scarlet Tree Room from 7 PIM. COCKTAIL LOUNGE 66th and Roosevelt Way N.E. LA. 3-7153 f i ACRES OF CLAMS -- AND -- CLAM DIGGER ROOM UNPARALLELED FOR GOOD FOOD g ATMOSPHERE FOOT O' MADISON STREET PIER 54 ITALIAN SPAGHETTI HOUSE and PIZZERIA Specializing in FULL COURSE ITALIAN DINNERS with your favorite beverage 4::30 p.m. to 2 a,m. 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