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f. i: ridoy v , December 12.__:_, !92"/ CATHOEIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Venezuelans IT HAPPENED IN PRISON i Feverish As WOMEN SPONSOR Ball0t. Hears CHRISTMAS PARTY Chnstmas Collect,on Religious Issues Up In First Secret Election w BY ENRIQLE DIAZ RUIZ (Venezuela Correspondent, . N.C.W.C. News Service) :CARACAS, Dec. 10.--For the first time in the history of Vene- zuela, the people will go to the polls on December 14 to choose a president of the Republic. The vc,ters, many of whom still lack a fully developed civic con- sciousness, have the choice of three candidates: Rumulo Galleg0s of the socialist Demdcratic Action p,arty; Rafael Caldera, the choice of the Catholic-supported COPEI movement, and Gustavo Machado of the Communist party. Mr. Gallegos, who has achieved renown as a novelist and was nom- inated by the strongly organized Democratic Action party now in, control of the gvernment, is a professed laicist. His party has already made sev- eral revisions in the national con- stitution which infringe on the right of private education, and is also endeavoring to pass the law of patronage which would place many Church matters into the hands of the government and re- strict bishops in the exercise of their jurisdiction. Communist Is Straw Man While Mr. Gatlepos, himself an unbeliever, has stated that he will respect religion, the fact remains that his party is promoting a num- ber of measures opposed by the Church, and should he win the presidency, it is likely that, the party wil.1 press for enactment of these measures. The communist candidacy is generally regarded as mere propa- ganda. In view of the small commu- nist following, most observers be- i!iL."L:."i ::$:-" :-::::!:: !;::: In St. John Besco Chapel, Elmira Reforraatory, i. Y., Bishop James E. Kearney of Rochester is seen vesting Monsignor Francis J. Lane,  chaplain of the institution, in the 'robes of a domestic prelate. One of the most well-known penal institution chaplains in the country,  Msgr. Lane, after 25 years' service to society's outcasts, had the distinction of being principal in what is believed to be the first inves- Uture ceremonyto take place in an institution of this kin___d. Catholic Courier photo. (NC Photos( 00¥ENATCHEE NEWS By May Smith, Phone 1292-W MRS, WM, CONROY Gertrude Cm'ran Is ABERDEEN, Dec. ll.--=(Spe- eial)--Women of St. Mary's par- ish sponsored a Christmas party today in the parochial school audi- torium, with high school' girls of the parish as honored guests. Mrs. Wiliam Reid was general chairman, assisted by Mrs. Kearny Clark , publicity; Mrs. Ed Malinow- ski, entertainment; Mrs. R. V. Pur- cell, food; Mrs. John Hannula, decorations; Mrs. R. H. Rut]edge, favors; Mrs. F. J. Mulroney, prizes. On the hoste. committee we'e Mrs. R. H. :Sloan, chairman, Mrs. J- W- Vargo, Mrs. Donald San- ford and Mrs. Amy Clay. The affair opened with commu- nity singing, led by Miss Margaret Ann Dougherty and accompanied by Miss Marjorie Ann Darrington. Games Were played and refresh- ments were served. Aberdeen Post. C.W.V. Installs ABERDEEN, Dec. 10. Hugh Fitzpatrick, World War H vet- eran, was installed commander of St. Mary post, Catholic War Vet- erans, Wednesday night at Knights of Columbus hall. Fitzpatrick suc- ! coeds Thomas Craig. Other new officers include: Paul Lambrix, first vice commander; Julian Zembal, second vice com- mander; Clarence Murphy, third vice commander; Clinton Stoeser, treasurer; Jozef Zelasko, judge ad- vocate; Austin Maxon, welfare officer; Donald Burr, historian; Donald Rattle, officer-of-the-day; Dr; K. J. Drosd, medical officer, and Mark Costigan, trustee for a three-year term. Aberdeen K.C. Slates Christmas Party Beve that Mr. Machado has not the • 11.-(spe- Bride of M. Crockett cial)--Members of Aberdeen slightest chance. The fact that the Ul'r OT IIII:DIJ ABERDEEN, Dec. communists have pregented a can- I'lJUI,} O/I JUO[./il ,  _-- Knights of Columbus council and didate is regarded as a move to --- try to convince people that they A/TAD flfiiETV WENATCHEE.--Miss Gertrude Catholic men of St. Mary, St. Rue Curran, daughter of Mr. and Peter and St. Paul parishes will" have attained stature in the po- i'll.li'UI &UUIL// Mrs. J. R. Curra:n, of Chelan, be- attend a pre-Christmas stag party, litical life of the nation. It is in, came the bride of Maurice Crock- Tuesday night, Dec. 23, Stanley teresting to note that the commu- _ --  .. .......... i_o w:NATCHEE---Mrs .winiam ett, Chelan Falls, Nov. 26, in St. Levesque, chairman of the frater- nlsl:s in l:nls country are spnc nt • . what are called Stalinist and ten- Conroy was elected premdent, of Francis church in Chelan. Father hal committee, announced at Last inist rouus the St. Joseph Altar ociety at a Burke read the sermce. Tuesday mght s meeting. • .-_ },_- ...... ,  ..... z.- recent meeting She will be as- I The bride was given in marriage John Sea, chairman of the pro- Chuu ,u,t, , *-"s.= .... " -" " !by her father. Sister of the bride, gram committee, said plans are • Dr Caldera the COPEI cadi- sisted by Mrs. Joe Gaspers, zlrst M. S. Hlggns, / Miss Bernice Curran, was her only progressing for the next dancing date, is a well known sociol0gist i Vice,president; and statesman. Educated in' Catl_ { second vicepremaent; : Mrs...K.. !Yakimal attendant'attendedArthurhisCr°ckettbrother as°f  H°el-:°rck'pay Saturday. night, Jan... 1, ate__. olic colleges, he has three times iBurke, secretary, and Mrs. Louzs best man served as a representative in par- Lorraine, reasurer. . I • .  HOQUIAM DEMANDS PAYOFF | Following a snort honeymoon on ! . A d el e - at i o n f H ..... liament. He is professor of soci- The program for the evemng was ! the coast the couple will reside at | Kn'i hts 1  - -- o __ oqmam olov at the University of Caxa- furnis hed by a group or tne Junior  ! g , ea y rana tunignt u. .... Chelan Falls ,, cas, and is author of a volume on Cathohc Daughters, who sang " [ F. Branshaw attended t o de- the rights of labor in which he ex- Christmas carols. They were: Mary ] -- _  , mand' that Aberdeen Knights set pounds Catholic social doctrine. • Jo Paul, Jackie Short, Pat Cough- i. . A. Will Have la date for the "payoff dinne' During the recent parliamentary lin, Carol Abair, Joanne Burke, I Christmas" Part-I wagered on the Tahnksgiving Day sessions Dr. Caldera showed him- Drucey Brannan and Marylyle I I fOOtball classic staged between the self to be one of Venezuela's best Cunningham, and accompanied at  I Aberdeen and Hoquiam high school orators, staunchly upholding the the piano by Elaine Scott. WENATCHEE. -:- The Catholic lelevens" Hoquiam's gridders won, zaugnters vau nora ne]r annum co -e ........ principles, and interests of Cath- Hostesses for the evening were i ns quenuy me payozL Christmas party Monday, Dec. 15, [ The H uiam members are -et olics especially in the matter of Mrs. Steve Dauenhauer, Mrs. Flu [at the par:sh hall beginning at 8 ti ,, oq ..... s - 'education. - Dauenhauer, Mrs. John Soule, Mrs. sweet revenge zor naving Ip. m. Each member is to bring a _/. ....... COEPI (the Independent Cam- Leo Jaspers, Mrs. Nels Christen- I mittee for Political and Electoral sen and Mrs. Paul Schmitz. Mrs. I Christmas gift" to put under the nan o stake tne umners a year Organization) was originallynot a Walter Malloy presided at the tea tree. Hostesses are: Alice Duffney, ago. chairman; Eileen Duffney, co- Grand Knight W. J. Mangold political party but merely a move- ment to interest people in their civil rights and induce them to ex- ercise these rights. First Secret Ballot The supporters of Dr. Caldera entertain no illusions. They realize that they are at a distinct dis- advantage because their opponent enjoys government "support. -How- ever, they also know that the elec- tion will decide some all-important religious and social issues. Con- sequently, the campaign is feverish. While December 14 will mark the first time that the Venezuelan peoDle will choose their president by secret ballot it is the second time that they will elect their relresentatives to Congress bY uni- versal and secret suffrage. Per- haps this election in Venezula, often called the land of the un- expected, will hold a surprise. DIRECTORS ESTABLISHED 1897 FRED LYNCH GEOKGE JERRF_.A D MABEL B.$RLOW OWNERS & OPERATORS SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER AT A MOD- ERAT COST 1505 Harvard Ave. at lL:ne St. TERMS AS DESI]D-.. EAst 7444 Seattle, 22 VANCOUVER MOTH PROOFING AT NO EXTRA COST Store No. 1--605 W. 11th Phone 54 StOre No. 2--- E. 2nd Phone 3963 ECONOMY CLEANERS Vancouver, Washington table. Cahne-Cantrell Rites At Moscow, Idaho WENATCHEE.--In the presence of nearly 100 friends and relatives, Miss Vivien Calene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Calene Of Troy, Idaho, became the bride of Rich- ard J. Cantrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cantrell, of Wenatchee, in St. Mary Church at Moscow, Idaho. Father Earl A. Stokoe per- formed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white slipper satin gown with sweetheart neck line, long pointed sleeves, fitted bodice and long traim Her lace and net veil was of fingertip length, and she carried white car: nations and pink baby elf rose- buds. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls. The maid of honor, Miss Evelyn Calene, sister of the bride, wore a blue gown and shoulder length veil with blue flowers. Bridesmaids, Miss Norma Calene, also sisfei- of the bride, and Miss Maxine Cant- rell, sister of the bridegroom, wore yellow and pink gowns, iden- tical in style to that of the maid of honor. They all carried nose- gays of white and yellow baby chrysanthemums. Myrtle Ann Swanson, cousin of the bride was flower girl. Kenneth Calene, brother of the bride, was best man, and Will!s Calene, also a brother of the bride, and Ralph Quinn, were ushers. The bride is a gradua.te of ?roy high school and is on, played in Wenatchee. Her husband, a grad- uate of Wenatchee high school, attended St. John University in Washington, D. C. He served six years in the marine corps, nearly five years of that time overseas. After a short wedding trip, Mr: and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Wenatchee. PEISONALS WENATCHEE.- Mrs. W. F Crotty of Spokane, formerly of Wenatchee, was in Wenatchee over the week-end visiting with friends, chairman; Nellie Corrigan, Dora McDonnell, Ann Wieshaupt, Anne Reeves, Helen L, Snitily, Grace, Gaspers, Evangeline A. Bauer and Margaret Erickson. Sullivan Warns Insurance By Mail Is Hazardous Washington residents who buy insurance throhgH the marl from companies not authorized to trans- act business in this state, do so at their peril, according to Wil- liam A. Sullivan, insurance com- missioner of the State of Wash- ington, in a statement released to- day at Olympia. "My office is constantly be- sieged by complaints from people who have bought insurance Policies • through the mail--principally ac- cident and health insurance--from insurance companies not licensed in this state who flood the marls with literature artfully contrived o legd the recipient to bel/eve that a small amount of money will buy a large amount of insur- ance protection," Commissioner Sullivan declared. "When a claim develops and the purchasers find to their disap- pointment that their policies are not what they thought they were or the company refuses to pay what the policy seems to call for, they seek my help in securing proper treatment from the com- pany. But I can't help them. These companies are beyond my juris- diction." Quebec Catholics Send Huge Relief Shipment Overseas To Help Needy QUEBEC, Dec. ll--(NC) -- Thousands of articles of clothing with a total weight of 13 tons have been sent to the Red Cross of France for distribution by the Can- on Rodhain Catholic Aid Work in i Paris. Diocesan authorities, with the Knights of Columbus, military au- also to attend the Altar Society thorities and general public co- Carnival operating, gathered the clothing. has agreed to a Friday night date for a "well fish dinner." The Ho- quiam brothers will have nothing of the kind -- they want another day and steaks. Heads Guild ABERDEEN'.--Mrs. Max Rey- !olds was elected president of St. i Mary Guild No. 8 at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. George Gibson. Mrs. W. C. Perry was named secretary-treasurer. Following the business meeting gifts were exchanged at a Christ- mas party. Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes, Noted English Fiction Writer, Dies, Aged 79 LONDON, Dec. 1.--(NC)--Mrs. arie Belloc - Lowndes, leading British writer of "thriller" fiction, one of the first women journalists and sister of Hilaire' Belloc, has died at Eversley Cross, Hampshire, home of her elder daughter, Lady Iddesleigh. She was 79. PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys 1212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. F O R KING COUNTY In the Matter of the Consolidated Es- tates of Frank E. Nash and Mary F_ Nash, his wife, deceased. In Probate. --No. 101173---No,ice of Hearing Fi- nal Report and Petition For Distri- bution. • Notice is hereby given that Stanley J. Padden, Administrator with the will annexed of the Last Will and Testa- ment and of the Estate of Mary E. h, deceased, and A dTninistrator w,th wui annexea of the Last Will and Testament and" of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, and of the Consoll- dated Estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. Nash, his wife, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of sId Court his final report and Petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the proverty to th.e persons thereto entitled an %o dis- charge said Administrator wlth the will annexed: and that said Report and petition will be heard on the kRh day of December, 1947. at lO:00 a.m. at the Court Room of the Probate Depart- ment of said ourt, at wniel time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 2eth day of November, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court By W. B. STEEN, Deputy. PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for Estates 212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Date of final publication Dec. 12, 1947. To the Clergy, Religious and Laity of the Diocese of Seattle: A s the beautiful Feast of the Nativity of ourblessed Savior approaches may we again bring to your attention that the Christmas Collection, as is customary, will be for the benefit of our Diocesan Catholic Charities and the individual Parish. C,hanges in family and everyday life which lie in the wake of war, have increased, the over-all burden of our Diocesan Catholic Charities. On Christmas Day, when charity is tra- ditional, we appeal to you to be as generous as your means will allow. There is no better way of showing appreciation for ±he love which shines forth from the crib than to assist Christ's children who are in want. May the Infant Savior bestow pon all ou benefactors His most abundant blessings. Faithfully yours in Christ, Bishop of Seattle December 12, 1947. The foregoing is to be read at all Masses on Sunday, December 21, 1947 and brought to the attention of the Faithful on Christmas Day, December 25, 1947. ,'O00icial_ Ember Days Obligation Of Fast And Abstinence pASTORS and others con- cerned are asked to remind the Faithful on Sunday, De/ cember 14, 1947, that by vir- tue of the regulations issued February 7, 1947, the Ember Days, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, and SaturdaY, December 20, are days of fast and: abstinence. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverehd Bishop December 12, 1947. Funeral Mass At St, Pat00ck For Alphonse C00'4gna00 : TACOMA.-- Requiem Mass was l solemnized Saturday at St. Pat -I rick Church for Alphonse Carig- nan, 80 years old, who died Mon- day at St. Joseph Hospital. Inter- ment was in Calvary beside the body of his wife, who passed away l a few years ago. Mr. Carighan [was a native of Maine and had i lived in Tacoma 43 years. Since the death of his wife, he has re- sided with a son at 815 North Adams St. His loss is mourned by a son, W. R. Carignan, a daughter, Mrs. Maye Iegina Wonedr, both of Ta- coma; three sisters, Mrs. Claudia Miron, Detroit, Sister St. Mar- jorique, Southridge, Mass., two brothers, Frank, California, and Frederick, Chassel, Mich., by seven grandchildren a n d f o u r great grandchildren. DeLucca-Rehberger Rites Solemnized At Holy Rosary TACOMA. -- The marriage of Miss Anell Car m e n DeLuca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeLuca, and Richard H. Rehber- ger, son of Mrs. Katherine Reh- berger, took place recently at Holy Rosary Church. The Rev. Father Anthony, O. S. "B., officiated and celebrated the nuptial Mass. The bride, escorted to the altar, by her father, was lovely in a gown of white brocaded nylon, her veil of French illusion, ffmgertip length, falling from a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried pink rosebuds and White bouvardia. The attendants,, in turquoise taf- feta were Mrs. Victor Suntch, Mrs. Nicholas Lettiere o f S a n Francisco, the bride's sister, and Miss Rosalia Yerran. All carried pink carnations. Victor Sunich was best man for the groom, ushers were Nicholas Lettiere and John Yarran, Jr. and Mrs. Ann Bezich was at the organ. The wedding reception was at the Tacoma bawn Tennis Club and later Mr. and Mrs. Rehberger drove to Oregon for a short stay. The new home has been estab- lished in Tacoma. Canisius Club To Have Christmas Fete TACOMA.-- Canisius Club will hold its Christmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 16, at the home of Mrs. Owen P. Gallagher, 5228 No. Winifred. There will be a short program, an exchange of gifts, and supper. Mrs. Russell Anderson is president of this group. Appointment THE following appointment a m o n g t h e Franciscan Fathers has been approved by His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend Gerald Shaughnessy, S.M., Bishop of Seattle. The Rev. Roderick Postada, 0.F.M., Curate of St. George Parish, Seattle. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Bishop December 12, 1947. 00--Official-- Claims Of Tax THE Reverend Pastors and - Superiors of institutions are reminded that claims of properth, tax exemptions must be filed with required reports, on or before December 30, 1947. THE CHANCERY By order of the Most Reverend Bishop December 12, 1947. FREE00 FIGHT AGAINST CHURCH IN POLAND] WARSAW.-- (IC) --The constant fight being waged in Poland against the Catholic Church by the communist regime has been lately supplemented by another action, which, with the support of official CALDWELL F. CORIG- Llq Attorney 1164 Olympic National Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPRO qou..T oc T. ! State of Washington for _Ang county i/n the Matter of the Estate of Claire.F. Donohue, Deceased. In Probate.--No. 104511.--Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the im- dersigned has .been aP__I,'mted and has qualified as Admlnlsrau-l oi ule es- tate of Claire F Donohue, Deceased; that all persons having.claims against said deceased are hereoy, required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Admlnistratrix or her attorney 0f re- ord at he address below stated, and ie the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be varre. Date of first publication, December 5, 1947. DOROTHY E. DONOHUE. Administratrix. of said Estate. 1164 Olympm National Bldg., Seattle, wash. CADWELL F. CORRIGAN, Attorney for Estate, 1164 Olympic National Building, Seattle Wash. Date of final publication Dec. 19, 1947 Kin gder-oce -- At 'he Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent€Coffee Shop and Dining Room * Rates start at $3.00 RHOADY R. Lnl General Manage Second and Stewart "St. NOW COSTS LESS TITLE INSURANCE i Under the new schedule of rates for our TITLE INSURANCE services that went into effect on October 1, there have been sub- stantial reductions in some costs. For example--the new owner charge of $5.00 is now limited to one such charge on any order. WASHINGTON TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY Catal $1'350,000 A gent SHATTLE TITLE COMPANY 803 Second Avenue, Seattle 4 MAin 1534 L S. Booth, Chairman Charhon L. Hall, President "Demand the Best - It Costs No More" r .WE ha nevse pald Em E 2% dh4, dands and your €ounf" k i.urad q. k $%oo0 by - agonq d F.dwd ernmal; groups, is being conducted by dif- ferent semi-communist organiza- ti0ns. Especially active in this an- tagon',mm to the Catholic Hierar- chy, is the Association of Free Thinkers which is trying to dis- seminate anti-religious slogans among the towns-people of Poland. archy in the cultural and social life of the country, are these: I. a oemand for the complete separa- tion between Church and State and the "liberation" of education from all religious influence. 2.--A de- mand for new regulations regard- ing cemeteries and funerals, which Among the resolutions adopted lwould be edited in such a manner, by that Association at a recent[as to eliminate completely the meeting in Warsaw, and aimed at [clergy from any kind of participa- stifling the activities of the Hier-/tion. "OUR SATISFIED CUSTOMERS ADVERTISE US" : . ::: ::: :. ............................. ,!;2 ;:. ; OIL SERVICE • STOVE • DIESEL VERIFIED METERED OIL DELIVERY cADWELL F. CORRIGAN Attorney 1164 olympic National Bldg. seattle 4, Wash. IN THE SuPZRO CqUT OF THE State of Wasn gon or me t;oumy of King In the Matter of the Estate  .Elizabeth Brogan. Deceasea. m -roDae. --ro. 102119.--Notice of Hearing Final Be- ort and petition for Distribution. otice ts hereby given that J. Brogan. Administrator of the Estate Elizabeth Brogan, Deceased, has in the office of the clerk of said court I his Final Report and Petition for Dis- I tribution, asking the court to settle, WHEN IT'S FURNITURE said report, distribute the propert toll . . . the persons thereto entitled anct toll discharge said aaministrator; and that II said report and petition will be heard ][ RUgS or Eletrlca] Appliances you need it will pay on the 7th day c$ January, 1948, at [| 10:00 A.M., at the court room of the II yOU to shop first at that big Furniture Store i. the probate department of said court, at  which time and place any person in- University District. terested in said estate may appear and We Also Carry Oil Drums COAL for All Purposes PROMPT DEUVERY ESTABLISHED 1932 For Prompt Delivery Phone 708 23rd Ave. PRospect 8318 BARNES FUEL COMPANY i file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this Ist day of December, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL. Clerk of said Court. By W. B. STEEN, Deputy. CADWELL F. CORRIGAN, Attorney far Estate, 1164 Olympic National Bldg., Seattle 4. Wash. Date of final publication Dec. 19, 1947. GRINNELL & McLEAN HOME FURNIsHERS UnlverMty Way M' 54et f. i: ridoy v , December 12.__:_, !92"/ CATHOEIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Venezuelans IT HAPPENED IN PRISON i Feverish As WOMEN SPONSOR Ball0t. Hears CHRISTMAS PARTY Chnstmas Collect,on Religious Issues Up In First Secret Election w BY ENRIQLE DIAZ RUIZ (Venezuela Correspondent, . N.C.W.C. News Service) :CARACAS, Dec. 10.--For the first time in the history of Vene- zuela, the people will go to the polls on December 14 to choose a president of the Republic. The vc,ters, many of whom still lack a fully developed civic con- sciousness, have the choice of three candidates: Rumulo Galleg0s of the socialist Demdcratic Action p,arty; Rafael Caldera, the choice of the Catholic-supported COPEI movement, and Gustavo Machado of the Communist party. Mr. Gallegos, who has achieved renown as a novelist and was nom- inated by the strongly organized Democratic Action party now in, control of the gvernment, is a professed laicist. His party has already made sev- eral revisions in the national con- stitution which infringe on the right of private education, and is also endeavoring to pass the law of patronage which would place many Church matters into the hands of the government and re- strict bishops in the exercise of their jurisdiction. Communist Is Straw Man While Mr. Gatlepos, himself an unbeliever, has stated that he will respect religion, the fact remains that his party is promoting a num- ber of measures opposed by the Church, and should he win the presidency, it is likely that, the party wil.1 press for enactment of these measures. The communist candidacy is generally regarded as mere propa- ganda. In view of the small commu- nist following, most observers be- i!iL."L:."i ::$:-" :-::::!:: !;::: In St. John Besco Chapel, Elmira Reforraatory, i. Y., Bishop James E. Kearney of Rochester is seen vesting Monsignor Francis J. Lane,  chaplain of the institution, in the 'robes of a domestic prelate. One of the most well-known penal institution chaplains in the country,  Msgr. Lane, after 25 years' service to society's outcasts, had the distinction of being principal in what is believed to be the first inves- Uture ceremonyto take place in an institution of this kin___d. Catholic Courier photo. (NC Photos( 00¥ENATCHEE NEWS By May Smith, Phone 1292-W MRS, WM, CONROY Gertrude Cm'ran Is ABERDEEN, Dec. ll.--=(Spe- eial)--Women of St. Mary's par- ish sponsored a Christmas party today in the parochial school audi- torium, with high school' girls of the parish as honored guests. Mrs. Wiliam Reid was general chairman, assisted by Mrs. Kearny Clark , publicity; Mrs. Ed Malinow- ski, entertainment; Mrs. R. V. Pur- cell, food; Mrs. John Hannula, decorations; Mrs. R. H. Rut]edge, favors; Mrs. F. J. Mulroney, prizes. On the hoste. committee we'e Mrs. R. H. :Sloan, chairman, Mrs. J- W- Vargo, Mrs. Donald San- ford and Mrs. Amy Clay. The affair opened with commu- nity singing, led by Miss Margaret Ann Dougherty and accompanied by Miss Marjorie Ann Darrington. Games Were played and refresh- ments were served. Aberdeen Post. C.W.V. Installs ABERDEEN, Dec. 10. Hugh Fitzpatrick, World War H vet- eran, was installed commander of St. Mary post, Catholic War Vet- erans, Wednesday night at Knights of Columbus hall. Fitzpatrick suc- ! coeds Thomas Craig. Other new officers include: Paul Lambrix, first vice commander; Julian Zembal, second vice com- mander; Clarence Murphy, third vice commander; Clinton Stoeser, treasurer; Jozef Zelasko, judge ad- vocate; Austin Maxon, welfare officer; Donald Burr, historian; Donald Rattle, officer-of-the-day; Dr; K. J. Drosd, medical officer, and Mark Costigan, trustee for a three-year term. Aberdeen K.C. Slates Christmas Party Beve that Mr. Machado has not the • 11.-(spe- Bride of M. Crockett cial)--Members of Aberdeen slightest chance. The fact that the Ul'r OT IIII:DIJ ABERDEEN, Dec. communists have pregented a can- I'lJUI,} O/I JUO[./il ,  _-- Knights of Columbus council and didate is regarded as a move to --- try to convince people that they A/TAD flfiiETV WENATCHEE.--Miss Gertrude Catholic men of St. Mary, St. Rue Curran, daughter of Mr. and Peter and St. Paul parishes will" have attained stature in the po- i'll.li'UI &UUIL// Mrs. J. R. Curra:n, of Chelan, be- attend a pre-Christmas stag party, litical life of the nation. It is in, came the bride of Maurice Crock- Tuesday night, Dec. 23, Stanley teresting to note that the commu- _ --  .. .......... i_o w:NATCHEE---Mrs .winiam ett, Chelan Falls, Nov. 26, in St. Levesque, chairman of the frater- nlsl:s in l:nls country are spnc nt • . what are called Stalinist and ten- Conroy was elected premdent, of Francis church in Chelan. Father hal committee, announced at Last inist rouus the St. Joseph Altar ociety at a Burke read the sermce. Tuesday mght s meeting. • .-_ },_- ...... ,  ..... z.- recent meeting She will be as- I The bride was given in marriage John Sea, chairman of the pro- Chuu ,u,t, , *-"s.= .... " -" " !by her father. Sister of the bride, gram committee, said plans are • Dr Caldera the COPEI cadi- sisted by Mrs. Joe Gaspers, zlrst M. S. Hlggns, / Miss Bernice Curran, was her only progressing for the next dancing date, is a well known sociol0gist i Vice,president; and statesman. Educated in' Catl_ { second vicepremaent; : Mrs...K.. !Yakimal attendant'attendedArthurhisCr°ckettbrother as°f  H°el-:°rck'pay Saturday. night, Jan... 1, ate__. olic colleges, he has three times iBurke, secretary, and Mrs. Louzs best man served as a representative in par- Lorraine, reasurer. . I • .  HOQUIAM DEMANDS PAYOFF | Following a snort honeymoon on ! . A d el e - at i o n f H ..... liament. He is professor of soci- The program for the evemng was ! the coast the couple will reside at | Kn'i hts 1  - -- o __ oqmam olov at the University of Caxa- furnis hed by a group or tne Junior  ! g , ea y rana tunignt u. .... Chelan Falls ,, cas, and is author of a volume on Cathohc Daughters, who sang " [ F. Branshaw attended t o de- the rights of labor in which he ex- Christmas carols. They were: Mary ] -- _  , mand' that Aberdeen Knights set pounds Catholic social doctrine. • Jo Paul, Jackie Short, Pat Cough- i. . A. Will Have la date for the "payoff dinne' During the recent parliamentary lin, Carol Abair, Joanne Burke, I Christmas" Part-I wagered on the Tahnksgiving Day sessions Dr. Caldera showed him- Drucey Brannan and Marylyle I I fOOtball classic staged between the self to be one of Venezuela's best Cunningham, and accompanied at  I Aberdeen and Hoquiam high school orators, staunchly upholding the the piano by Elaine Scott. WENATCHEE. -:- The Catholic lelevens" Hoquiam's gridders won, zaugnters vau nora ne]r annum co -e ........ principles, and interests of Cath- Hostesses for the evening were i ns quenuy me payozL Christmas party Monday, Dec. 15, [ The H uiam members are -et olics especially in the matter of Mrs. Steve Dauenhauer, Mrs. Flu [at the par:sh hall beginning at 8 ti ,, oq ..... s - 'education. - Dauenhauer, Mrs. John Soule, Mrs. sweet revenge zor naving Ip. m. Each member is to bring a _/. ....... COEPI (the Independent Cam- Leo Jaspers, Mrs. Nels Christen- I mittee for Political and Electoral sen and Mrs. Paul Schmitz. Mrs. I Christmas gift" to put under the nan o stake tne umners a year Organization) was originallynot a Walter Malloy presided at the tea tree. Hostesses are: Alice Duffney, ago. chairman; Eileen Duffney, co- Grand Knight W. J. Mangold political party but merely a move- ment to interest people in their civil rights and induce them to ex- ercise these rights. First Secret Ballot The supporters of Dr. Caldera entertain no illusions. They realize that they are at a distinct dis- advantage because their opponent enjoys government "support. -How- ever, they also know that the elec- tion will decide some all-important religious and social issues. Con- sequently, the campaign is feverish. While December 14 will mark the first time that the Venezuelan peoDle will choose their president by secret ballot it is the second time that they will elect their relresentatives to Congress bY uni- versal and secret suffrage. Per- haps this election in Venezula, often called the land of the un- expected, will hold a surprise. DIRECTORS ESTABLISHED 1897 FRED LYNCH GEOKGE JERRF_.A D MABEL B.$RLOW OWNERS & OPERATORS SERVICES OF THE HIGHEST CHARACTER AT A MOD- ERAT COST 1505 Harvard Ave. at lL:ne St. TERMS AS DESI]D-.. EAst 7444 Seattle, 22 VANCOUVER MOTH PROOFING AT NO EXTRA COST Store No. 1--605 W. 11th Phone 54 StOre No. 2--- E. 2nd Phone 3963 ECONOMY CLEANERS Vancouver, Washington table. Cahne-Cantrell Rites At Moscow, Idaho WENATCHEE.--In the presence of nearly 100 friends and relatives, Miss Vivien Calene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Calene Of Troy, Idaho, became the bride of Rich- ard J. Cantrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cantrell, of Wenatchee, in St. Mary Church at Moscow, Idaho. Father Earl A. Stokoe per- formed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white slipper satin gown with sweetheart neck line, long pointed sleeves, fitted bodice and long traim Her lace and net veil was of fingertip length, and she carried white car: nations and pink baby elf rose- buds. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls. The maid of honor, Miss Evelyn Calene, sister of the bride, wore a blue gown and shoulder length veil with blue flowers. Bridesmaids, Miss Norma Calene, also sisfei- of the bride, and Miss Maxine Cant- rell, sister of the bridegroom, wore yellow and pink gowns, iden- tical in style to that of the maid of honor. They all carried nose- gays of white and yellow baby chrysanthemums. Myrtle Ann Swanson, cousin of the bride was flower girl. Kenneth Calene, brother of the bride, was best man, and Will!s Calene, also a brother of the bride, and Ralph Quinn, were ushers. The bride is a gradua.te of ?roy high school and is on, played in Wenatchee. Her husband, a grad- uate of Wenatchee high school, attended St. John University in Washington, D. C. He served six years in the marine corps, nearly five years of that time overseas. After a short wedding trip, Mr: and Mrs. Cantrell will make their home in Wenatchee. PEISONALS WENATCHEE.- Mrs. W. F Crotty of Spokane, formerly of Wenatchee, was in Wenatchee over the week-end visiting with friends, chairman; Nellie Corrigan, Dora McDonnell, Ann Wieshaupt, Anne Reeves, Helen L, Snitily, Grace, Gaspers, Evangeline A. Bauer and Margaret Erickson. Sullivan Warns Insurance By Mail Is Hazardous Washington residents who buy insurance throhgH the marl from companies not authorized to trans- act business in this state, do so at their peril, according to Wil- liam A. Sullivan, insurance com- missioner of the State of Wash- ington, in a statement released to- day at Olympia. "My office is constantly be- sieged by complaints from people who have bought insurance Policies • through the mail--principally ac- cident and health insurance--from insurance companies not licensed in this state who flood the marls with literature artfully contrived o legd the recipient to bel/eve that a small amount of money will buy a large amount of insur- ance protection," Commissioner Sullivan declared. "When a claim develops and the purchasers find to their disap- pointment that their policies are not what they thought they were or the company refuses to pay what the policy seems to call for, they seek my help in securing proper treatment from the com- pany. But I can't help them. These companies are beyond my juris- diction." Quebec Catholics Send Huge Relief Shipment Overseas To Help Needy QUEBEC, Dec. ll--(NC) -- Thousands of articles of clothing with a total weight of 13 tons have been sent to the Red Cross of France for distribution by the Can- on Rodhain Catholic Aid Work in i Paris. Diocesan authorities, with the Knights of Columbus, military au- also to attend the Altar Society thorities and general public co- Carnival operating, gathered the clothing. has agreed to a Friday night date for a "well fish dinner." The Ho- quiam brothers will have nothing of the kind -- they want another day and steaks. Heads Guild ABERDEEN'.--Mrs. Max Rey- !olds was elected president of St. i Mary Guild No. 8 at a recent meeting at the home of Mrs. George Gibson. Mrs. W. C. Perry was named secretary-treasurer. Following the business meeting gifts were exchanged at a Christ- mas party. Mrs. Belloc-Lowndes, Noted English Fiction Writer, Dies, Aged 79 LONDON, Dec. 1.--(NC)--Mrs. arie Belloc - Lowndes, leading British writer of "thriller" fiction, one of the first women journalists and sister of Hilaire' Belloc, has died at Eversley Cross, Hampshire, home of her elder daughter, Lady Iddesleigh. She was 79. PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys 1212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON. F O R KING COUNTY In the Matter of the Consolidated Es- tates of Frank E. Nash and Mary F_ Nash, his wife, deceased. In Probate. --No. 101173---No,ice of Hearing Fi- nal Report and Petition For Distri- bution. • Notice is hereby given that Stanley J. Padden, Administrator with the will annexed of the Last Will and Testa- ment and of the Estate of Mary E. h, deceased, and A dTninistrator w,th wui annexea of the Last Will and Testament and" of the Estate of Frank E. Nash, deceased, and of the Consoll- dated Estates of Frank E. Nash and Mary E. Nash, his wife, deceased, has filed in the office of the Clerk of sId Court his final report and Petition for distribution, asking the Court to settle said Report, distribute the proverty to th.e persons thereto entitled an %o dis- charge said Administrator wlth the will annexed: and that said Report and petition will be heard on the kRh day of December, 1947. at lO:00 a.m. at the Court Room of the Probate Depart- ment of said ourt, at wniel time and place any person interested in said Estate may appear and file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this 2eth day of November, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL, Clerk of said Court By W. B. STEEN, Deputy. PADDEN & MORIARTY Attorneys for Estates 212 American Bldg. Seattle, Wash. Date of final publication Dec. 12, 1947. To the Clergy, Religious and Laity of the Diocese of Seattle: A s the beautiful Feast of the Nativity of ourblessed Savior approaches may we again bring to your attention that the Christmas Collection, as is customary, will be for the benefit of our Diocesan Catholic Charities and the individual Parish. C,hanges in family and everyday life which lie in the wake of war, have increased, the over-all burden of our Diocesan Catholic Charities. On Christmas Day, when charity is tra- ditional, we appeal to you to be as generous as your means will allow. There is no better way of showing appreciation for ±he love which shines forth from the crib than to assist Christ's children who are in want. May the Infant Savior bestow pon all ou benefactors His most abundant blessings. Faithfully yours in Christ, Bishop of Seattle December 12, 1947. The foregoing is to be read at all Masses on Sunday, December 21, 1947 and brought to the attention of the Faithful on Christmas Day, December 25, 1947. ,'O00icial_ Ember Days Obligation Of Fast And Abstinence pASTORS and others con- cerned are asked to remind the Faithful on Sunday, De/ cember 14, 1947, that by vir- tue of the regulations issued February 7, 1947, the Ember Days, Wednesday, December 17, Friday, December 19, and SaturdaY, December 20, are days of fast and: abstinence. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverehd Bishop December 12, 1947. Funeral Mass At St, Pat00ck For Alphonse C00'4gna00 : TACOMA.-- Requiem Mass was l solemnized Saturday at St. Pat -I rick Church for Alphonse Carig- nan, 80 years old, who died Mon- day at St. Joseph Hospital. Inter- ment was in Calvary beside the body of his wife, who passed away l a few years ago. Mr. Carighan [was a native of Maine and had i lived in Tacoma 43 years. Since the death of his wife, he has re- sided with a son at 815 North Adams St. His loss is mourned by a son, W. R. Carignan, a daughter, Mrs. Maye Iegina Wonedr, both of Ta- coma; three sisters, Mrs. Claudia Miron, Detroit, Sister St. Mar- jorique, Southridge, Mass., two brothers, Frank, California, and Frederick, Chassel, Mich., by seven grandchildren a n d f o u r great grandchildren. DeLucca-Rehberger Rites Solemnized At Holy Rosary TACOMA. -- The marriage of Miss Anell Car m e n DeLuca, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeLuca, and Richard H. Rehber- ger, son of Mrs. Katherine Reh- berger, took place recently at Holy Rosary Church. The Rev. Father Anthony, O. S. "B., officiated and celebrated the nuptial Mass. The bride, escorted to the altar, by her father, was lovely in a gown of white brocaded nylon, her veil of French illusion, ffmgertip length, falling from a coronet of orange blossoms. She carried pink rosebuds and White bouvardia. The attendants,, in turquoise taf- feta were Mrs. Victor Suntch, Mrs. Nicholas Lettiere o f S a n Francisco, the bride's sister, and Miss Rosalia Yerran. All carried pink carnations. Victor Sunich was best man for the groom, ushers were Nicholas Lettiere and John Yarran, Jr. and Mrs. Ann Bezich was at the organ. The wedding reception was at the Tacoma bawn Tennis Club and later Mr. and Mrs. Rehberger drove to Oregon for a short stay. The new home has been estab- lished in Tacoma. Canisius Club To Have Christmas Fete TACOMA.-- Canisius Club will hold its Christmas party Tuesday evening, Dec. 16, at the home of Mrs. Owen P. Gallagher, 5228 No. Winifred. There will be a short program, an exchange of gifts, and supper. Mrs. Russell Anderson is president of this group. Appointment THE following appointment a m o n g t h e Franciscan Fathers has been approved by His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend Gerald Shaughnessy, S.M., Bishop of Seattle. The Rev. Roderick Postada, 0.F.M., Curate of St. George Parish, Seattle. THE CHANCERY By Order of the Most Reverend Bishop December 12, 1947. 00--Official-- Claims Of Tax THE Reverend Pastors and - Superiors of institutions are reminded that claims of properth, tax exemptions must be filed with required reports, on or before December 30, 1947. THE CHANCERY By order of the Most Reverend Bishop December 12, 1947. FREE00 FIGHT AGAINST CHURCH IN POLAND] WARSAW.-- (IC) --The constant fight being waged in Poland against the Catholic Church by the communist regime has been lately supplemented by another action, which, with the support of official CALDWELL F. CORIG- Llq Attorney 1164 Olympic National Building Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPRO qou..T oc T. ! State of Washington for _Ang county i/n the Matter of the Estate of Claire.F. Donohue, Deceased. In Probate.--No. 104511.--Notice To Creditors. Notice is hereby given that the im- dersigned has .been aP__I,'mted and has qualified as Admlnlsrau-l oi ule es- tate of Claire F Donohue, Deceased; that all persons having.claims against said deceased are hereoy, required to serve the same, duly verified, on said Admlnistratrix or her attorney 0f re- ord at he address below stated, and ie the same with the Clerk of said Court, together with proof of such service within six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be varre. Date of first publication, December 5, 1947. DOROTHY E. DONOHUE. Administratrix. of said Estate. 1164 Olympm National Bldg., Seattle, wash. CADWELL F. CORRIGAN, Attorney for Estate, 1164 Olympic National Building, Seattle Wash. Date of final publication Dec. 19, 1947 Kin gder-oce -- At 'he Gowman" there is a refined at- mosphere where Catholics will feel at home. Large, well appointed rooms, with bath. * Excellent€Coffee Shop and Dining Room * Rates start at $3.00 RHOADY R. 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Administrator of the Estate Elizabeth Brogan, Deceased, has in the office of the clerk of said court I his Final Report and Petition for Dis- I tribution, asking the court to settle, WHEN IT'S FURNITURE said report, distribute the propert toll . . . the persons thereto entitled anct toll discharge said aaministrator; and that II said report and petition will be heard ][ RUgS or Eletrlca] Appliances you need it will pay on the 7th day c$ January, 1948, at [| 10:00 A.M., at the court room of the II yOU to shop first at that big Furniture Store i. the probate department of said court, at  which time and place any person in- University District. terested in said estate may appear and We Also Carry Oil Drums COAL for All Purposes PROMPT DEUVERY ESTABLISHED 1932 For Prompt Delivery Phone 708 23rd Ave. PRospect 8318 BARNES FUEL COMPANY i file objections thereto and contest the same. Dated this Ist day of December, 1947. NORMAN R. RIDDELL. Clerk of said Court. By W. B. STEEN, Deputy. 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