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Pageglf ' CATHOI.:IC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, December 12, 1947A " HillY NAMI: MI:N Archbtshop-Elect ,T,,,- ,,,,,,... ,,T .... _ ,_. ,,_, __,...n .,,,., o..., ._ ,,:,UU, ..e CATHOLFSHOPPERS! J., OF ANNUNCIATION ,,, .asnm00mn, D.C. FRANCIS' IN NEW HEADQUARTERS FO ,,tlr'0010000llll00l00 DISTRICT TO MI !r SERIES OVER KXAI00 Our00o000000econ00 eager to greet our old friends at this  "The HourFrancis, un- Holiday Season, with a desire, as always, to serve you a little better. der the sponsorship of the Third . Order of St. Francis,. will be broad-. THE GIFT SUPREME " * . 11 ,,/t/, IIRJil Holy Name men of Annuncia- cast in a new series over station  ' : o'ri,o"t, r I||jtion DistrMt will meet at St. Mary parish hall, 20th Ave. South and KXA Z 770 kilocycles, at 1:30 ev- The Kaufer Company gift certificates can be pur-   € ;Lane St., at 2 p. m. Sunday Dec. cry unaay acernoon. Widel- acclaimed b" eler and chased for any amount, from $1.00 up Let your re- .. Y Y .V ...... ,  .. The Rev. Emery J. Blonchard 14:. ........ laity alike, the program is now ctpmnt do his own shopping, at h,s leisure. . ( DlocoH Director uliicers win De ezecteu at the 9@7 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--Telephone MAin 8880 meeting. Out-going officers are: being broadcast over more than    ,,- :Y,"/ g .... Andrew Morrison, Holy Rosary 00 staUons m the United States ICAL ALTARS AND CRIB SETS • .. c '.-. • . 1¥1 u £ qL . , mlk|0m| • L JlJL|J | 1 parish, president; Leo Van P0rys, and Canada. A recent write-up zn z"-rl  . hPNI=KIII I T AM'ilNh lrr'rK St. Peter, vice president; John "Variety," trade magazine of the No Catholic home should be without these charming "  .) ,t.  Va-llS-'iiVtdWl I I JMLI'IVIIV Ih=lillillF Costello, St. George, secretary; enrcammen£ worm, nrougn re- I, ................. , .... %- --.lg  £ and Hugh Slye St. Francis of sqations tougou the country, tars, with statues, have a music box which plays /'" _?"/'.r):. i - W E have received a report which depicts the grea gener- Assist, marshal, uests for the ro ram from 20 .nrzstmag ztems, tne Deauuru b ruiiy ntummatea at- 'I osity of the lepers toward those who are far more for- _ Delegates from the Holy Name Behind 'The Hour of St. Fran- "Silent Night. Price $19.85. The crib sets have 12 oil- I I\\; --' -.' r letter orancnes oz me zouow ng parisnes pmnted figures, with rustic stables to match. Susm tunate than they. The following excerpt comes f am a are asked to be present: St. Mary, perseverance of Father HughCiS" is a scary of the zeal ann . ....  by Father 0do Braun, O.S.B., who is at Peramiho, Songea, Mount Virgin, St Edward Holy Saurian, O.F.M., who saw a hope boxes are concealed in stable. _ Price $116.00.  Tanganyika Territory, East Africa. i Rosary, Holy Family, St. George, of bringing the message of the  - iSt. Peter, Our Lady of Lourdes, "Here is a glowing example of the spirit of sacrifice and gratitude among my poor lepers. On one occasion, Our Holy Father, Pope Pins XII, appealed to the whole world and asked them to contribute their mites in gratitude for all the benefits they received from Europe every year. "I said to them: 'Imagine an extremely hungry European child coming to your huts and begging for one meal. Could you send the poor little one away hungry? Certainly not. Well then, each of you prepare a meal, keep one part, and bring it to me.' "All of them cooperated with great joy, and they brought beans, peas, maize, and flour for the starving Europeans. Some of them gave me money, which they earned through hard labor. The total of the money donations amounted to about $9 in United States currency. I ask you, lay Catholics of America, do not these generous lepers deserve assistance ? There are 580 in-patients at the settlement, and 727 out-patients, who come for injections twice a week. Expectant leper mothers re- ceive excellent care at the maternity home, where, in one year, 49 babies were born. The maintenance of so many patlents means a large expense for the mission, and Father promises that the patients who are helped by benefactots-in ,the United States will show their gratitude in a tangible way. "My lepers are good people, and they join me in offering their prayers for you," he writes. "Every Sunday and feast day we have exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, and this adoration is only offered for our benefactors and their intentions." To ease the burdens of these generous lepers, and of all the lepers all over the world, won't you contribute to the annual Christmas fund Set aside for the lepers by The Society for the Propagation of the Faith ? Japanese Nuns Go Home all in Seattle; and St. Thomas, Riverton; St. Francis Assist; Sea- burst; St. Anthony, Kent; St. An- thony, Renton; Holy Family, Au- burn; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw; and our Lady of Sorrows, Sno- quaimie. Delegates unable to at- tend are asked to send an alter- MSGR. PATRICK A. O'BOYLE Poor Man of Assist into the homes and hearts of America. Archbishop Cushing Praises Work At the National Third Order Convention in Cincinnati last Aug- ust, Archbishop Cushing of Boston, Episcopal Protector of the Third Order in the United States, prais- ed the work of Father Hugh and nate delegate• His Holiness Pope Plus XII has acclaimed the "Hour of St. Fran- j evered the Archdiocese of Wash- cis" one of the finest religious Priest ington from the Archdiocese of [programs ever to be broadcast. apanese Baltimore and filled both Sees. The convention voted to establish a National Radio Board in order to provide the program with ef- fective publicity and adequate fin- I B Bishop Francis P Keough of Pray | ! aCK rater rorcea, l idenc e has been" promoted to b; J.lhftlP Jrt R;L ..... [Archbishop of Baltimore and Mon- ...... r| signor Patrick A. OBorle Diree- ancial support. -- [tor of Charities for the Archdio-} This week, when the "Hour of TOKYO, Dec. 10 -- (NC)--The ] cese of New York has been named [ St. Francis" begins its second year toga (Shizuo), a I Archbishop of Washington, which on the air, the message of the Nagasaki diocese [becomes imediately subject to [seraphic Saint will go out over soldmr m Korea the Hol See N Ph o • " [ y . ( C at ) 100 radio stations. )r four years up [ war, has return- [ o hzs home dzo * * • 00'National Le ton o" D ce 00spentaboutooe[00'00artonatLeg i l e ncy fl labor in the I I "a I" , r , hrhUaghtbarkokt° ] MovteMovte Ratings there given a Class A--Unobjectionable for General Lady .urrenders, The Patronage • Les Miserables Adventures of Don Coyote Life With Father Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Likely Story, A -- "" " n Angel6 Long Night, The eLS oz  *° " Los Moment After an enforced stay in the United States during the war, !years and it was feared that he Sister Beninya and Sister Emmanuere, Missionary Sisters Servants I was dead. of the Holy Ghost, have returned to their native Japan to resume missionary work there. Marysville Altar Sister Emmanuere, who was recently appointed Assistant ,Re- £' _* s Plans Food gionai Superior the Co00.00ty in 00apan, is an American cit00en 00oaezy and the daughter of a former Japanese Consul in San Francisco. / ,. . "3 • Educated in this country until she reached high school, she was then[ uecemoer x taken to Japan to study in her own country. Upon joining the] Missionary Servants, Sister Eamanuere returned to the United States [ MARYSVILLE -- The ladies AI_ and rec v tar Sectary of St Mary Church s • e r" ed her masters degree in mathematics.  [ ." " " ..... t completing plans for a food and A Catholic hospital m now under construct:on m Nagoya and thefane, ark sale to be held Satur- armval of these rosters will be welcomed At the Re lanai House  w • " " " g" I day, Dec. 13 "at the parish hall. and Japanese novitiate, also located i Nagoya, there are now 44 1 Final plans were made at a Japanese Sisters, seven novices and 11 aspirants. The Sisters are imeeting Tuesday at the home of giving private lessons in art, foreign languages ' and religious instruc- Mrs. AI Herring,, north of :iarys- ,tions to a number of women and girls of this region. On August 15 ]ville. Included in the social hour their work was rewarded when ten of these students were baptized [after the meeting was the ex- " change of Chr'stmas gifts. Former Chaplain Makogai Colony Declared Leper , Rev. Father Iwanaga (.Shizuo), a secular priest of Nagasaki diocese who served as a soldier in Korea and Manchuria for four years up to the end of the war, has return- ed from Siberia to his home dio- cese. Father Iwanaga spent about one year doing forced Ukraine but was hrought back to Siberia when his 'down and was 'month's course in the teachings of eommun:'sm. was a happy surprise His return to the Diocese of Nagasaki since nothing had been heard of him for Beginning or the End Boo, on c Battle Butfalo Bill Rines Again From the leprosarium at Makegai, Fiji, comes word c its newest patient, Father Gone% S.M., veteran Marist Missionary who, at the age of 70, and after many years as chaplain on the leper island, has himself fallen victim to the disease. An invalid since he was relieved of his duties as chaplain follow- ing a stroke two years ago, the aged missionary only recently devel- oped symptoms which have now been officially verified as leprosy. He becomes the third Marist Father to become a leper; the first, Father Nicouleau, S.M., also a chaplain at the colony prior to con- tracting the disease, died in 1927. Father LeJeune, S.M., the second Christophers Offer $10,000 Play Award NEW YORK--rorking to bring Christian values into the field• of creative writing, the Christophers movement has announced here a $10,000 drama award to follow the $30,000 book award announced by Marist "Damien", after 12 years as a patient at Makogai, is now them earlier this year. beginning to weaken under the. ravages of the disease. He has ^ [ T h e playwriting competition. remarkable record of missionary work among his fellow lepers, h " = ! open to residents of the United been instrumental in bringing 277 lepers to the Faith. , avmglSati:s acndiP:::es:ffnSrs apd:: sC:f - ............ $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000 for "full- HOLY CHILDHOOD NEWS [length plays which are good the- Immaculate Conception School Everett--Mission activities up to [ ater, entertaining and in .accord "' ....... " ...... ansoms wim nrisdan principles znseao ne presen ume ormg tne zotai up co a r . I ..... , . I oi agams chem." St. Peter Parish, Seattle--The sale of Chmstmas seals by the[ [ children has amounted to 14 ransoms. [Newly Opened Catholic St. Benedict School, Seattle---The up-to-the-minute figrure is 41] Institute Is Only Hospital lhsoms. [ For 100,000 Chinese Assumption School, Bellingham--27 more ransoms has added tol lm resslve m h ades m as KAIAN China Prowdence art already • p " total. The ranso s y gr " follows:]H " ' " " -- " " s . ospital which has just been zor- first, grade, 2 ran.ores;^ second grade, 2 ransoms; third grade,. . 3 ran- ma-uy openeu' " ne" re, is the amy-- mea-- oms; fourth graue,  ransoms; fifth grade, 1 ransom; mxtn grade, ical institution in a dfstrict of 3i-ansoms; seventh grade, 4 ransoms; eighth grade, 9 ransoms, about 100,000 inhabitants. Providence cademy, Vancouver--We find it difficult to keep up It is under direction of two BeN with the progress of the fifth grade. The figure perhaps is ancient gtan nuns, both uf whom have de- by now but our latest report is that they have 19 ransoms. Five girls grees in surgery. have ,individual ransoms: Alice Rice, Mary Ellen Lacy, Blanche Listen To The Copacabana Krulik, Patricia Ann Forest and Darlene Marvin. "UAU"Hu | "$ Crimson Key Corpse Came C.O.D. • Sam * I U? Crossfire AN CZECH ABBIEY, II li hiM Dark Passage Dead Reckoning ' RUINED BY BOMBINGS, MAKES 6TH CENTENARY emor Fr s" Dear Ruth Desert Fury PRAGUE.--The ancient Era- Pray for your departed priests Desire Me maus Benedictine monastery here, V O the charity of your Masses  Desperate which now stands in ruins from st and prayers is commended the Every Sunday Afternoon allied bombardment during the soul of the following departed 1:30 priest, who had served in the Dio- cese of Seattle: The Rt. Rev. Msgr. D. A. ltaa- ly, P. A., died December 14, 1944. fered there in the old Slavonic language. KXA (770 I€c.) Action. Drama - Appeal JOHN L. }vs2.zPATRICK Attorney 170 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR cOURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of Chester Raymond Packard, Deceased. In Pro- bate. --No. 104641.-- Notice to Cred- itors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appoined and has ualified as executrix of the estate of hester Raymond Packard, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same. duly verified, on said executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Dec. 5. 1947. HELEN M. pARD, Executrix of said Estate. 1706 Smith Tower. Seattle, Wash. JOHN L. FITZPATRICK, Attorney for Estate, 1706 Smith Tower, Seattle, Wash. Date a Inai publication Dec. 19, 1947. Builc[og Drummond at Bay Carnegie Hall Chine#o King Citizefl Saint Cynthia Dangerous Years Driftwood Exile, The Exposed • Faoulous Dorseys, The Fabulous Texan. The Farmer's Daughter, The Fiesta ]un and Fancy Free Grea[ Expectations Green Dolphin Street Heartaches Her Husband's Affairs hlgh Bar0aree Hit Parade of 1947 Hollywood Barn Dance I Knc.w Where I'm Going I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now It's a Joke, Son Kilroy Was Here Jolson Story, The Last of the Redmen Late George Apley, The Law Comes to thunsigh harshal of Cripple Creek M.y Wild irish Rose Nicholas Nickelby North f the Border Pacific Adventure . Perils of Pauline Pioneer Justice Robin Hood of Monterrey Romance of Rosy Ridge Roosevelt Story, The Rustlers of Devil's Canyon Sarge Goes to College Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Seven Keys to Baldpate Shocking Miss Pilgrim Sinbad the Sailor Son of Rusty, The Song of Love Song of Scheherazade Song of the Wasteland Sport of Kings That's My Man Thirteen Rue Madeleine This Happy Breed Three on a Ticket Thunder Mountain Trail Street Unfinished Dance Weh of Danger Welcome Stranger Wyoming Yankee Fakir Yearling, The Class A-2--Unobjectionable for Adults Angel and the Badman Arnelo Affair. The Beat the Band Bedelia Beware of Pity Big Town After Dark Bishop's Wife Black Narcissus (revised) Blond Savage Boomerang Boomtown Brief Encounter Brute Ferce , Burning Cross Ca!cutta California Captain Castile Carnival of Sinners Cass Timberlane Christmas Eve .... war, has marked the sixth centen- nial of its foundatiorL It was founded by King Charles IV in :November, "1347.',. The monastery enjoys a special )rivilege, dating back to its found- rag, in virtue of which Mass is of- Since 1911 a name that has merited the confidence of the Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R. Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 llth Ave. EAst 7484 Dick Tracy's Dilemma Dishonored Lady Easy Come, Easy Go Egg and I. The Foxes of Harrow, The Framed Guilt of Janet Ames Love and Learn Man About Town Merton of the Movies Millerson Case, The Moss Rose My Favorite Brunette New Orleans Northwest Outpost Of Mice and Men Other Love, The Philo Vance Returns Possessed Pursued Ramrod Rift Raft Sea of Grass, The Gunfighters Honeymoon Hucksters. The Hungry Hill Imperfect Lady It Happened on Fifth Avenue I've Always Loved You. my O'Clock of Death Sea Wolf Secret Heart, The Shop Girls of Paris Slave Girl So Well Remembered Something in the Wind Song of the Thin Man Spoilers of the North Sairway to Heaven StalLion Road .... Stork Bites Man Suddenly It's Spring Tarzan and the Huntress That Hagen Girl That Hamilton Woman That's My Gal The Time, The Place, The Girl This Time for Keeps Untamed Fury Violence Web, The Winter Wonderland When a Girl's Beautiful Where There's Life Whispering City Class B--Objectionable in Part THE ALL-STERLING ROSARIES--  Prices run from tiny sizes, $3.75, to the new, massive rosary, (exquisite, raised crucifix), $18.00. HOLY WATER FONTS These are usually "overlooked" gifts for Catholic families! Plastic-ivory types, 55c to $1.75. Beveled mirrors, with overlaid metal emblems of The Sacred Heart of Our Lady, $2.50. DO NOT FAIL TO VISIT "KAUFER'S CATHOLIC SUPPLY HOUSE" AND SEE  THE FULL LINE OF CRIB SETS, FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD, AS WELL AS OTHER GIFT ITEMS SUCH AS: ROSARIES, MEDALS ON CHAINS, STAT- UES, CRUCIFIXES, SCAPULAR RINGS, BOOK ENDS, MEDALLIONS, MISSALS, PRAYERBOOKS, ETC. ;l The Kaufer Company, 0 CATHOLIC sUPPLY HOUSE (Estab. 1904) '-'The Old Reliable Catholic Book Store" SEATTLE  1904 Fourth Ave. --(Near Stewart St.) -- MAin 4173 . TACOMA  744 Broadway -- MAin 2702 Stores also in Spdkane, Wash.; Vancouer, B.C. One might be most devout in t his church attendance, and he should be; one might be most: scrupulous in matters of justice, and he should be; one might be PICTURES FOR CATHOLIC HOMES You will find our Florentine imports are the answer to the most artistic of gifts. Old world madonna pictures, in hand nade frames. For more modern settings, see the full line of Cham- bers and Sallman paintings, including The Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the famous "Head of Christ." PrerH0iiday SALE Off Off All HandwrougM Sterling Silver Serving Sets. All Diamodd Rings; D!amond :Wedding Rings, in Platinum and Gold. Platinum and 14K oId Mountings and Wed- d;ng Rings, and all Gold Bellman. The Best Years of Our laves, The Blue Skies Born to Kill Bride Wore Boots, The Carmen (revised) Carnival in Costa Rica Christmas in Connecticut Cross My He.art Cry Wolf Daisy Kenyon Devil's Envoy Down to Earth Duel in the Sun Easy to Wed Fall Guy Fallen Angel, The Farewell My Beautiful Naples Fear in the Night Forever Amber (revised) Fun on a Week-end Gentlemen's Agreement. Getting Gertie's Garter Ghost and Mrs. Muir G.I. War Brides Golden Earrings Guest Wife HeWs Angels Her Kind of Man Homestretch. The .- Humoresque It Had To Be You Janie Gets Married Jungle Flight Keeper of the Bees Kitty Little Miss Broadway • Living in a Big Way Lost Honeymoon. Magnificent Rogue Miracle on 34th Street Monsieur Verdoux Mr. Ace Night in Paradise most rigorous in matters of pur- ity, and he should be; but if he lacks the ordinary virtue of char- ity-=charity of mind as well as charity of action and love of neigh- bar--such a person is a long way off from sanctity and lacks the fundamental make-uff of a saint." --Msgr John R eilly. The most dangerous friends are the fifty-fifty kind who aren't sure whether they are for or against you. Off Jewelry. Discount on everything, e=- on a[[ cep4 • few Co.fre Goods. Swiss Watches Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing L.W. SUTER Jeweler 1900 523 PINE STREET . . 501 SHAFER BLDG. The secret of success in con- versation is to be able to disagree without being disagreeable. Nothing is to be gained and }much is to he lot hy @try.--Ar- [nold Bennett• PUBLIC00 MARKET CENTER ECONOMY.V. PIKE PLACE CORNER SANITARY WHERE THE BEST MEAT, GROCERIES, FISH AND VEGETABLES ARE SOLD i U R R A Y' S Heupert C0. Nightmare Alley " Never Say Goodbye Food Shop Pure Repeat performance Sailor Takes a Wife, The Scandal in Paris, A Scarlet Street Searching Wind; The Seventh Veil. The FULL LINE Sign of the Cross Singapore Snafu Stairway for a Star Star Without Light Stepchild Suspense Tire Out of Mind They Won't Believe Me Thrill of Brazil Trouble with Women ° Unfaithful, The Welldigger's Daughter Wild Harvest Woman on the Beach Class CCondemned Outlaw, The CLASSIFIED ADS FRESH MEATS Hams & Bacon Delicatessen 1511 PIKE PLACE MAin 2. 97 5 Seattle 1 Rate: 20c per line. Forms close Thursday'a.n HOUSE cLEANING , WANTED Housecleaning. Fast, expert service on I Veteran wife daughter need 2-bed- wall. woodwork. Wallpaper cmanlng, l room house, preferably in St. AI- Reasonable. ME. 1148 | p honsus cr St. John parish. CaLl / Hemlock 5213. BUY OR SELL your home !n weat| Seattle through Joe Casey, Agt., WE.! 6126 or AV. 4500. tt| Ha WANED  --| usekeeper. General housework. Two CLEANL-NG SERVICE children. Call ALder 4570. Complete Cleaning Service. "We pick, up and deliver! Serving Roosevelt, WANTED Wallingford and Greenlake. Security Woman to assist now. Live in after ' " Cleaners and Dyers5311 Roosevelt Jan. 10. Five in family. Call CA. 0789. Way KB00 Open Evenings Until I0 P. M. -- APENT V.ANTED ROOF REPmme FRUITS -- VEGETABLES -- GROCERIES Apartment for business woman, alone. i For roof repairing, new roofs, gutters Near or in St. Joseph parish. Re- and downspouts. F r e e estimates. PRICES A-LWAYS RIGHT liable party. Call EA. 5743 or EA. 8215. Guaranteed work. Call C. R. Mar- eyes. 840 Poplar m. PR. 8481. 83 PINE STREET PHONE MA. 1826 PERSONALS i Mother and Son going to Wana Walla I WANTED SEATTLE 1 for Holidays. Will trade transports-IApartment or light tion for driver. For information call Rainier district. No high CA. 941. Eklerly couple.. Call RA. Sanitary Public Market First and Pike MAin 6996 Neupert's White Cenfer Grocery 9465 Delridge Way AV. 07O0 PATRONIZE PROGRESS ADVERTISERS Pageglf ' CATHOI.:IC NORTHWEST PROGRESS Friday, December 12, 1947A " HillY NAMI: MI:N Archbtshop-Elect ,T,,,- ,,,,,,... ,,T .... _ ,_. ,,_, __,...n .,,,., o..., ._ ,,:,UU, ..e CATHOLFSHOPPERS! J., OF ANNUNCIATION ,,, .asnm00mn, D.C. FRANCIS' IN NEW HEADQUARTERS FO ,,tlr'0010000llll00l00 DISTRICT TO MI !r SERIES OVER KXAI00 Our00o000000econ00 eager to greet our old friends at this  "The HourFrancis, un- Holiday Season, with a desire, as always, to serve you a little better. der the sponsorship of the Third . Order of St. Francis,. will be broad-. THE GIFT SUPREME " * . 11 ,,/t/, IIRJil Holy Name men of Annuncia- cast in a new series over station  ' : o'ri,o"t, r I||jtion DistrMt will meet at St. Mary parish hall, 20th Ave. South and KXA Z 770 kilocycles, at 1:30 ev- The Kaufer Company gift certificates can be pur-   € ;Lane St., at 2 p. m. Sunday Dec. cry unaay acernoon. Widel- acclaimed b" eler and chased for any amount, from $1.00 up Let your re- .. Y Y .V ...... ,  .. The Rev. Emery J. Blonchard 14:. ........ laity alike, the program is now ctpmnt do his own shopping, at h,s leisure. . ( DlocoH Director uliicers win De ezecteu at the 9@7 Terry Avenue, Seattle 4--Telephone MAin 8880 meeting. Out-going officers are: being broadcast over more than    ,,- :Y,"/ g .... Andrew Morrison, Holy Rosary 00 staUons m the United States ICAL ALTARS AND CRIB SETS • .. c '.-. • . 1¥1 u £ qL . , mlk|0m| • L JlJL|J | 1 parish, president; Leo Van P0rys, and Canada. A recent write-up zn z"-rl  . hPNI=KIII I T AM'ilNh lrr'rK St. Peter, vice president; John "Variety," trade magazine of the No Catholic home should be without these charming "  .) ,t.  Va-llS-'iiVtdWl I I JMLI'IVIIV Ih=lillillF Costello, St. George, secretary; enrcammen£ worm, nrougn re- I, ................. , .... %- --.lg  £ and Hugh Slye St. Francis of sqations tougou the country, tars, with statues, have a music box which plays /'" _?"/'.r):. i - W E have received a report which depicts the grea gener- Assist, marshal, uests for the ro ram from 20 .nrzstmag ztems, tne Deauuru b ruiiy ntummatea at- 'I osity of the lepers toward those who are far more for- _ Delegates from the Holy Name Behind 'The Hour of St. Fran- "Silent Night. Price $19.85. The crib sets have 12 oil- I I\\; --' -.' r letter orancnes oz me zouow ng parisnes pmnted figures, with rustic stables to match. Susm tunate than they. The following excerpt comes f am a are asked to be present: St. Mary, perseverance of Father HughCiS" is a scary of the zeal ann . ....  by Father 0do Braun, O.S.B., who is at Peramiho, Songea, Mount Virgin, St Edward Holy Saurian, O.F.M., who saw a hope boxes are concealed in stable. _ Price $116.00.  Tanganyika Territory, East Africa. i Rosary, Holy Family, St. George, of bringing the message of the  - iSt. Peter, Our Lady of Lourdes, "Here is a glowing example of the spirit of sacrifice and gratitude among my poor lepers. On one occasion, Our Holy Father, Pope Pins XII, appealed to the whole world and asked them to contribute their mites in gratitude for all the benefits they received from Europe every year. "I said to them: 'Imagine an extremely hungry European child coming to your huts and begging for one meal. Could you send the poor little one away hungry? Certainly not. Well then, each of you prepare a meal, keep one part, and bring it to me.' "All of them cooperated with great joy, and they brought beans, peas, maize, and flour for the starving Europeans. Some of them gave me money, which they earned through hard labor. The total of the money donations amounted to about $9 in United States currency. I ask you, lay Catholics of America, do not these generous lepers deserve assistance ? There are 580 in-patients at the settlement, and 727 out-patients, who come for injections twice a week. Expectant leper mothers re- ceive excellent care at the maternity home, where, in one year, 49 babies were born. The maintenance of so many patlents means a large expense for the mission, and Father promises that the patients who are helped by benefactots-in ,the United States will show their gratitude in a tangible way. "My lepers are good people, and they join me in offering their prayers for you," he writes. "Every Sunday and feast day we have exposition of the Blessed Sacrament, and this adoration is only offered for our benefactors and their intentions." To ease the burdens of these generous lepers, and of all the lepers all over the world, won't you contribute to the annual Christmas fund Set aside for the lepers by The Society for the Propagation of the Faith ? Japanese Nuns Go Home all in Seattle; and St. Thomas, Riverton; St. Francis Assist; Sea- burst; St. Anthony, Kent; St. An- thony, Renton; Holy Family, Au- burn; Sacred Heart, Enumclaw; and our Lady of Sorrows, Sno- quaimie. Delegates unable to at- tend are asked to send an alter- MSGR. PATRICK A. O'BOYLE Poor Man of Assist into the homes and hearts of America. Archbishop Cushing Praises Work At the National Third Order Convention in Cincinnati last Aug- ust, Archbishop Cushing of Boston, Episcopal Protector of the Third Order in the United States, prais- ed the work of Father Hugh and nate delegate• His Holiness Pope Plus XII has acclaimed the "Hour of St. Fran- j evered the Archdiocese of Wash- cis" one of the finest religious Priest ington from the Archdiocese of [programs ever to be broadcast. apanese Baltimore and filled both Sees. The convention voted to establish a National Radio Board in order to provide the program with ef- fective publicity and adequate fin- I B Bishop Francis P Keough of Pray | ! aCK rater rorcea, l idenc e has been" promoted to b; J.lhftlP Jrt R;L ..... [Archbishop of Baltimore and Mon- ...... r| signor Patrick A. OBorle Diree- ancial support. -- [tor of Charities for the Archdio-} This week, when the "Hour of TOKYO, Dec. 10 -- (NC)--The ] cese of New York has been named [ St. Francis" begins its second year toga (Shizuo), a I Archbishop of Washington, which on the air, the message of the Nagasaki diocese [becomes imediately subject to [seraphic Saint will go out over soldmr m Korea the Hol See N Ph o • " [ y . ( C at ) 100 radio stations. )r four years up [ war, has return- [ o hzs home dzo * * • 00'National Le ton o" D ce 00spentaboutooe[00'00artonatLeg i l e ncy fl labor in the I I "a I" , r , hrhUaghtbarkokt° ] MovteMovte Ratings there given a Class A--Unobjectionable for General Lady .urrenders, The Patronage • Les Miserables Adventures of Don Coyote Life With Father Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer Likely Story, A -- "" " n Angel6 Long Night, The eLS oz  *° " Los Moment After an enforced stay in the United States during the war, !years and it was feared that he Sister Beninya and Sister Emmanuere, Missionary Sisters Servants I was dead. of the Holy Ghost, have returned to their native Japan to resume missionary work there. Marysville Altar Sister Emmanuere, who was recently appointed Assistant ,Re- £' _* s Plans Food gionai Superior the Co00.00ty in 00apan, is an American cit00en 00oaezy and the daughter of a former Japanese Consul in San Francisco. / ,. . "3 • Educated in this country until she reached high school, she was then[ uecemoer x taken to Japan to study in her own country. Upon joining the] Missionary Servants, Sister Eamanuere returned to the United States [ MARYSVILLE -- The ladies AI_ and rec v tar Sectary of St Mary Church s • e r" ed her masters degree in mathematics.  [ ." " " ..... t completing plans for a food and A Catholic hospital m now under construct:on m Nagoya and thefane, ark sale to be held Satur- armval of these rosters will be welcomed At the Re lanai House  w • " " " g" I day, Dec. 13 "at the parish hall. and Japanese novitiate, also located i Nagoya, there are now 44 1 Final plans were made at a Japanese Sisters, seven novices and 11 aspirants. The Sisters are imeeting Tuesday at the home of giving private lessons in art, foreign languages ' and religious instruc- Mrs. AI Herring,, north of :iarys- ,tions to a number of women and girls of this region. On August 15 ]ville. Included in the social hour their work was rewarded when ten of these students were baptized [after the meeting was the ex- " change of Chr'stmas gifts. Former Chaplain Makogai Colony Declared Leper , Rev. Father Iwanaga (.Shizuo), a secular priest of Nagasaki diocese who served as a soldier in Korea and Manchuria for four years up to the end of the war, has return- ed from Siberia to his home dio- cese. Father Iwanaga spent about one year doing forced Ukraine but was hrought back to Siberia when his 'down and was 'month's course in the teachings of eommun:'sm. was a happy surprise His return to the Diocese of Nagasaki since nothing had been heard of him for Beginning or the End Boo, on c Battle Butfalo Bill Rines Again From the leprosarium at Makegai, Fiji, comes word c its newest patient, Father Gone% S.M., veteran Marist Missionary who, at the age of 70, and after many years as chaplain on the leper island, has himself fallen victim to the disease. An invalid since he was relieved of his duties as chaplain follow- ing a stroke two years ago, the aged missionary only recently devel- oped symptoms which have now been officially verified as leprosy. He becomes the third Marist Father to become a leper; the first, Father Nicouleau, S.M., also a chaplain at the colony prior to con- tracting the disease, died in 1927. Father LeJeune, S.M., the second Christophers Offer $10,000 Play Award NEW YORK--rorking to bring Christian values into the field• of creative writing, the Christophers movement has announced here a $10,000 drama award to follow the $30,000 book award announced by Marist "Damien", after 12 years as a patient at Makogai, is now them earlier this year. beginning to weaken under the. ravages of the disease. He has ^ [ T h e playwriting competition. remarkable record of missionary work among his fellow lepers, h " = ! open to residents of the United been instrumental in bringing 277 lepers to the Faith. , avmglSati:s acndiP:::es:ffnSrs apd:: sC:f - ............ $5,000, $3,000 and $2,000 for "full- HOLY CHILDHOOD NEWS [length plays which are good the- Immaculate Conception School Everett--Mission activities up to [ ater, entertaining and in .accord "' ....... " ...... ansoms wim nrisdan principles znseao ne presen ume ormg tne zotai up co a r . I ..... , . I oi agams chem." St. Peter Parish, Seattle--The sale of Chmstmas seals by the[ [ children has amounted to 14 ransoms. [Newly Opened Catholic St. Benedict School, Seattle---The up-to-the-minute figrure is 41] Institute Is Only Hospital lhsoms. [ For 100,000 Chinese Assumption School, Bellingham--27 more ransoms has added tol lm resslve m h ades m as KAIAN China Prowdence art already • p " total. The ranso s y gr " follows:]H " ' " " -- " " s . ospital which has just been zor- first, grade, 2 ran.ores;^ second grade, 2 ransoms; third grade,. . 3 ran- ma-uy openeu' " ne" re, is the amy-- mea-- oms; fourth graue,  ransoms; fifth grade, 1 ransom; mxtn grade, ical institution in a dfstrict of 3i-ansoms; seventh grade, 4 ransoms; eighth grade, 9 ransoms, about 100,000 inhabitants. Providence cademy, Vancouver--We find it difficult to keep up It is under direction of two BeN with the progress of the fifth grade. The figure perhaps is ancient gtan nuns, both uf whom have de- by now but our latest report is that they have 19 ransoms. Five girls grees in surgery. have ,individual ransoms: Alice Rice, Mary Ellen Lacy, Blanche Listen To The Copacabana Krulik, Patricia Ann Forest and Darlene Marvin. "UAU"Hu | "$ Crimson Key Corpse Came C.O.D. • Sam * I U? Crossfire AN CZECH ABBIEY, II li hiM Dark Passage Dead Reckoning ' RUINED BY BOMBINGS, MAKES 6TH CENTENARY emor Fr s" Dear Ruth Desert Fury PRAGUE.--The ancient Era- Pray for your departed priests Desire Me maus Benedictine monastery here, V O the charity of your Masses  Desperate which now stands in ruins from st and prayers is commended the Every Sunday Afternoon allied bombardment during the soul of the following departed 1:30 priest, who had served in the Dio- cese of Seattle: The Rt. Rev. Msgr. D. A. ltaa- ly, P. A., died December 14, 1944. fered there in the old Slavonic language. KXA (770 I€c.) Action. Drama - Appeal JOHN L. }vs2.zPATRICK Attorney 170 Smith Tower Seattle, Wash. IN THE SUPERIOR cOURT OF THE State of Washington for the County of King In the Matter of the Estate of Chester Raymond Packard, Deceased. In Pro- bate. --No. 104641.-- Notice to Cred- itors. Notice is hereby given that the un- dersigned has been appoined and has ualified as executrix of the estate of hester Raymond Packard, Deceased; that all persons having claims against said deceased are hereby required to serve the same. duly verified, on said executrix or her attorney of record at the address below stated, and file the same with the Clerk of said Court, to- gether with proof of such service with- in six months after the date of first publication of this notice, or the same will be barred. Date of first publication Dec. 5. 1947. HELEN M. pARD, Executrix of said Estate. 1706 Smith Tower. Seattle, Wash. JOHN L. FITZPATRICK, Attorney for Estate, 1706 Smith Tower, Seattle, Wash. Date a Inai publication Dec. 19, 1947. Builc[og Drummond at Bay Carnegie Hall Chine#o King Citizefl Saint Cynthia Dangerous Years Driftwood Exile, The Exposed • Faoulous Dorseys, The Fabulous Texan. The Farmer's Daughter, The Fiesta ]un and Fancy Free Grea[ Expectations Green Dolphin Street Heartaches Her Husband's Affairs hlgh Bar0aree Hit Parade of 1947 Hollywood Barn Dance I Knc.w Where I'm Going I Wonder Who's Kissing Her Now It's a Joke, Son Kilroy Was Here Jolson Story, The Last of the Redmen Late George Apley, The Law Comes to thunsigh harshal of Cripple Creek M.y Wild irish Rose Nicholas Nickelby North f the Border Pacific Adventure . Perils of Pauline Pioneer Justice Robin Hood of Monterrey Romance of Rosy Ridge Roosevelt Story, The Rustlers of Devil's Canyon Sarge Goes to College Secret Life of Walter Mitty, The Seven Keys to Baldpate Shocking Miss Pilgrim Sinbad the Sailor Son of Rusty, The Song of Love Song of Scheherazade Song of the Wasteland Sport of Kings That's My Man Thirteen Rue Madeleine This Happy Breed Three on a Ticket Thunder Mountain Trail Street Unfinished Dance Weh of Danger Welcome Stranger Wyoming Yankee Fakir Yearling, The Class A-2--Unobjectionable for Adults Angel and the Badman Arnelo Affair. The Beat the Band Bedelia Beware of Pity Big Town After Dark Bishop's Wife Black Narcissus (revised) Blond Savage Boomerang Boomtown Brief Encounter Brute Ferce , Burning Cross Ca!cutta California Captain Castile Carnival of Sinners Cass Timberlane Christmas Eve .... war, has marked the sixth centen- nial of its foundatiorL It was founded by King Charles IV in :November, "1347.',. The monastery enjoys a special )rivilege, dating back to its found- rag, in virtue of which Mass is of- Since 1911 a name that has merited the confidence of the Catholic people of Seattle. JOSEPH R. Manning & Sons Funeral Directors 1634 llth Ave. EAst 7484 Dick Tracy's Dilemma Dishonored Lady Easy Come, Easy Go Egg and I. The Foxes of Harrow, The Framed Guilt of Janet Ames Love and Learn Man About Town Merton of the Movies Millerson Case, The Moss Rose My Favorite Brunette New Orleans Northwest Outpost Of Mice and Men Other Love, The Philo Vance Returns Possessed Pursued Ramrod Rift Raft Sea of Grass, The Gunfighters Honeymoon Hucksters. The Hungry Hill Imperfect Lady It Happened on Fifth Avenue I've Always Loved You. my O'Clock of Death Sea Wolf Secret Heart, The Shop Girls of Paris Slave Girl So Well Remembered Something in the Wind Song of the Thin Man Spoilers of the North Sairway to Heaven StalLion Road .... Stork Bites Man Suddenly It's Spring Tarzan and the Huntress That Hagen Girl That Hamilton Woman That's My Gal The Time, The Place, The Girl This Time for Keeps Untamed Fury Violence Web, The Winter Wonderland When a Girl's Beautiful Where There's Life Whispering City Class B--Objectionable in Part THE ALL-STERLING ROSARIES--  Prices run from tiny sizes, $3.75, to the new, massive rosary, (exquisite, raised crucifix), $18.00. HOLY WATER FONTS These are usually "overlooked" gifts for Catholic families! Plastic-ivory types, 55c to $1.75. Beveled mirrors, with overlaid metal emblems of The Sacred Heart of Our Lady, $2.50. 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