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Navy Cruiser Makes Room Among Missiles For Statues STATUES OF Our Lord and His Blessed Mother were presented by Bremerton Knights of Columbus following the commissioning Mass aboard the U.S.S. Columbus, one fthe U.S. Navy's newest CG-12 guided missile cruisers. IWPartidpating in the recent ceremonies were the Bremerton Fourth Degree Assembly's honor guard. Celebrant was Rev. James O'Donnell (Cmdr.), chaplain at the Navy Yard. Sir Knights (from left) are AI DeBaer, Marcial Solano, district deputy Charles Fagan, faithful navigator Jim Germ. lay, grand knight and marshal Bill Witte and Frank Shop- pard among the 15-member honor guard. Flower attendants were (from left) Patricia, Monica, Laurine and Martha (not shown) Hedges, daughters of Lt. and Mrs. R. C. Hedges. Also in attendance were civic and other K of C dignitaries and their wives. Blindness No Obstacle Federal Way Activities Jro Higher Education Announced FEDERAL WAY -- New Year's Day Masses will be said at St. Vincent de Paul Parish By Frances Farrell VituUi Jeanette David is an attractive 21-year-old runette who hasn't let ndness since infancy stand the way of higher educa- tion and a rich and interesting life. Jeanette, or Jeannie as she is called, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. David of 1546 N.E. 94th St. in St. Catherine Parish. A graduate i Queen Anne High School, eannie is one of the original under of the Blessed Mar- garet Guild for the Blind, an offshoot of her Confraterity of Christian Doctrine program for the handicapped at Seattle Uni- versity. During her three years at the University of Washington, eannie maintained almost a traight "A" record and last spring decided to take a Fed- eral Government examination in San Francisco for a two- year scholarship in Russian to Georgetown University. Out of 500 blind students throughout the United States who took the examination only 30 were accepted and Jeannie one. Back in Seattle for Christmas vacation, Jeannie is exuberant about Russian, about George- town and about Washington, D. C. and the East Coast in gen- eral. "There are only eight stu- dents in a class," Jeannie said, "and we are taught by four native Russians. There is no reading or writing--it's Jubilee Club Slates Dance The Jubilee Club will spon- sor its New Year's Eve dance at 9 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31, n st. Peter Claver Center. Admission is $3 per couple, ccording to Mrs. Patricia Roundtree, chairman. JEANETrE DAVID Top 30 Among 500 all conversation. We are giv- en two word lists a week of 120 words each to memorize. We also learn many common phrases which can be used continually." Jeannie says her 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. day of Russian is much easier for her than studies in English literature and educa- tion at the UW. There she learned "mainly through vol- unteer readers--it was the only way I could keep up since we went too fast for translations into Braille." Jim Knudsen's Cartoons In Archives LOS ANGELES (NC)--Sev- eral editorial cartoons by Jim Knudsen, staff artist for the Tidings, Los Angeles arch- diocesan newspaper, have been placed in the Archives of American Art at the Detroit Institute of Arts. Knudsen cartoons on devo- tion to Our Lady of Guadalupe have also been placed in the museum of the Guadalupe ba- silica in Mexico City. Activities Calendar M a ] o r events sponsored by Catholic organiza- tions are listed here. The purpose of the calendar iz ri a I d in a v o 1 d I n g conflict of dates in scheduling ents. Listings should be sent to The Progress in ling. January 19, 1963 -- Durocher Club Dinner. January 19, 1903 -- Mother- daughter luncheon and style show, Christ the King Parish school hall, noon. January 22, 1963 -- 0 ' D e a Club luncheon and party, 12:30 p.m. Sopho- more mothers hostesses, January 23, 1963 -- Associa- tion for Catholic Childhood opening night of "Carnival" at the Opera House. January 27, 1963 -- Blancher Mothers Club family dinner, 1-6 .m. in the cafeteria. February 3, 1963--Graduates eception at Holy Names Academy for alumnae. February 5, 1903 -- Arch- diocesan Council of Catholic Women Bruse Party at the Norway Center. February 8, 1963 -- Blancher High School Mothers Club des- ert card party 8 p.m. in the chool cafeteria. Sophomore mothers hostesses. February 12, 196--St. Anne Mothers Club luncheon and fashion show, 11:30 a.m., Edgewater Inn. February 14, 1963--St. Joseph Guild party in the parish social March 9, 1963--St. Charles Borromeo Parish, T a c o m a, fashion show at the Winthrop Hotel. March 15, 1963 -- St, Anne Mothers Club annual crab dinner, 5:30 p.m., school hall. March 20, 1963--Seattle Prep freshmen luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Joseph Sial Hall. March 28, 29, 50, 1063 -- Blan- cher Mothers Club rummage sate, 6403 Roosevelt Way. April 17, 1963--O'Dea Mothers Club luncheon and card party, '12:30 p.m. Fresh- men mothers hostesses. April 17, 1003--Spring style show and luncheon sponsored by the sodality of Christ the February 14, 1963 -- St. Mar- garet Mothers Club fashion show and luncheon, Fort Law- ton. Social hour at noon, luncheon at 1 p.m. February 20, 1963 -- Seattle Prep sophomore luncheon at 12:30 p.m., St. Joseoh Social Hall. With only a year to go to ob- here at 6 a.m. at the rectory tain a bachelor's degree, Jean- and at 8, 9:15, 10:30 and 11:45 nie is giving serious thought to a.m. in Mirror Lake School. attending Georgetown n i g h t Two circle meetings have school and picking up extra also been announced. credits! Our Lady of Perpetual Help She and a girl friend from Circle will meet at 12:30 p.m. New Jersey rent an apartment Thursday, Jan. 3, in the home four blocks from Georgetown of Mrs. Doris Barkshire, 1740 for $140 a month. "In Seattle Peasley Canyon Rd. here. you'd get a very nice place for St. Brigid's Circle will meet that money, but in D.C. it's at 1O a.m. the same Thursday just a plain one-bedroom apart- in the home of Mrs. Don Reiss, ment, nothing fancy," Jeannie 29634 20th St. S., Auburn. sighed at the high cost of liv- ing in the nation's capital. This is the first long stretch away from home for the tal- ented student and she is finding cooking and keeping house a real experience. 'I get lost once in a while in the city," Jeannie, who uses a white cane, admitted, "but it doesn't bother me. I find out where I am soon enough." Asked why she took the ex- amination in the first place, Jeannie explained. "I've al- ways loved languages. When I went to the UW I sort of put that love in the background, but when I heard about this chance it was too good to pass up. It's a wonderful oppertuni- ity." Her plans after completing her course are to teach Rus- sian, although she says she Last Lecture might work as an interpreter or translator for the govern- MRS. WINIFRED Feely, ment. who serves as a volunteer at the Lourdes medical bureau, Xavier Club Sets will make her last Seattle lecture appearance this year Meeting Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. The Xavier Club will meet 30, in Holy Family School, at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, January Roxbury and 20th Ave. 8, in St. Joseph's Social Hall. S.W. There is no admission The Rev. William F. LeRoux, charge to the public lec- S.J., will be the speaker, ture. Mrs. Feely is a noted lecturer on the Shrines at BIRTHS Lourdes. SEATTLE -- Providence Hospital re. ports the foll6wing births to NIr. and 'Hansel And Mrs.: Allan Thorne, boy, Dec. 16. John GHroyJr.,boy, nec. 17. Gretel' At Joseph Arbow, girl, Dec. 17. Wendell McLaughlin, boy, Dec. 17. Ray Wood, boy, Dec. 17. Op H Juan Cornel, girl, eC. 18. en ouse Benjamin Davis, boy, Dec. 18. Edward taliberte, girl, Dec. 18. An entertainment treat is in Guy Varriano, girl, Dec. 18. O'Earl Griffith, boy, Dec. 18. store for Seattle area young- Thomas avis, girl, Dec. 19. sters and their parents Satur- Michael Marlin, girl, Dec, 19. John Givins, boy, Dec. 19. day and Sunday, Dec. 29 and Daniel Jusiln, girl, Dec. 19. 30, when Humperkinck's pepu- Jack Spruggs, boy, Dec. 19. Charles Kohler Jr., boy, Dec. 20. lar opera, "Hansel and Gretel" Allan Swegle, boy, Dec. 20. will be presented at the Opera John McCutlom, girl, Dec. 20. Clifford Sonsteng, boy, Dec. 21. House by the Western Opera Lester McFadden, girl, Dec. 21. Company. SEATTLE--St. Cabrinl Hospital re- The opera, sung in English, ports the following births to Mr. and features sets designed by Paul Mrs.: Philip Pollacla, boy, Dec. 12. Thiry. The cast includes Mar- Oovld Van Loan, girl. Dec. lS. got Blum, Doris Richards and Lawrence Ekdahl, boy, Dec. 19. George Duenkel, girl, Dec. 19. Wilma Peterson. John Grywzynskl, girl, Dec. 20. Tickets range from $1.50 to Joseph McGovern, girl, Dec. 20. Aloyslus Bentler, boy, Dec. 22. $3.50 and are on sale at the Thomas RYon, boy, Dec. 23. Ban Marche ticket office. A' Percy O'Mera, boy, Dec. 23. David Horton, girl, Dec. 25. limited number of children's EELLINGHAM--St. Joseph's General tickets are available at half Hospital reports the following births to 3rice. Mr. and Mrs.: Patrick McEvoy, boy, Dec. 17. Fred Newbouer, twins, boy and girl, Dec. 20. MERZ SHEET LONGVIEW--St. John's Hospital re- METAL WORKS ports the following births to Mr. and We do new and repair obs for oil Mrs.: purposes whoro sheet meto ls re- Ronold J. Brown, girl, Dec. 11. quired. James E. Newton, boy, Dec. 12. MAIn 3-0242 208 Jaokson Street Raymond H. Sartwell, girl, Dec. 13. Kernan K. Lien, boy, Dec. 14. SEATTLE 4 Elmer C. Reynolds, hay, Dec. 16. King Parish in the Elks Lodge on Eastlake Avenue. Social 1 hour at 11 a.m. Luncheon at I BB'S WASHER SERVICE AND APPUANCS noon. April 27, 1963 -- Plant sale 38th and G, TACOMA GR. 4-9409 sponsored by Queen of Angels LARGEST PARTS STOCK IN TACOMA Guild of Christ the King Parish. NEW AND USED APPLIANCES April 30, 1963 -- Seattle Uni- versity Guild luncheen, 12:30 ; --= p.m., Marycrest Hall. May 2, 1963--Luncheon, tel,Gergian12:30 Room,p.m. AssociationOlymrfic He-for FUEL OIL SERVICE COMPANY Catholic Childhood. May 3, 1963 -- B I a n c h e t 1910 COMMERCE ST,, TACOMA Mothers Club des s e r t card party, 1 p.m. in the school MA. 7-3151 cafeteria. Freshmen mothers will hostess. May 4, 1963 -- Luncheon and Heating Oils, Furnaces and Burner Service day of recollection for the so- Mark Dollier, President dality of Christ the King Parish. Council Is Fr;day, Dec. 28, 1962 THE PROGRESS--7 Foremost In 1962 r  (Continued on Page 2) secration in San Francisco; and Bishop Floyd L. Begin of Oakland, Calif. Auxiliary Bishop Alden J. Bell of Los Angeles was named Bishop of Sacramento, Calif. A psychiatrist, Dr. Francis J. Braceland of Hartford, Conn., was named for the 1962 Lae- tare Medal of the University of Notre Dame. Other April headlines: Red Leader A d m i t s Anti-Church Campaign Unsuccessful In Communist Ruled Lithuania . . Resettlement Throughout U.S. of 35,000 Refugees Now In Mi- ami 1962 Aim of National Cath- olic Resettlement Council. May Martin de Porres, 17th-cen- tury Negro Dominican Brother of Lima, Peru, was declared a saint. The 52nd annual Cath- olic Press Association conven- tion in Boston elected Floyd Anderson, Register managing editor as president. The Most Reverend Thom- as A. Connolly, Archbishop of Seattle, was named to the administrative board of the National Catholic W e I f a r e Conference at their meeting held in Washington, D.C., May 1 to 5. Archbishop Con- nolly will serve as episcopal chairman of the Department of Immigration, N.C.W.C. Bishop James 3". Byrne of Dubuque and Bishop Alden J. B ell of Sacramento, Calif., were enthroned. Father Syl- rester W. Treinen, Mandan, S.D., pastor, was named Bish- op of Boise, Idaho. Speaking at Helena, Mont., Msgr. John Tracy Ellis of the Catholic University of America warned of an anticlerical sentiment among the U.S. laity. Father Bernard R. Hubbard, S.J., 73, famed "glacier priest," died at Santa Clara (Calif.) university. The Pulitzer Prize for fiction went to Edwin O'Connor of Boston for his book "The Edge of Sadness." Other May headlines: Msgr. Joseph B. Lax named Catholic Church Extension Society Pres- ident . . . Bishop Edward Swanstrom, CRS-NCWC Head, Decorated by Vietnam Presi- dent. June The U.S. Supreme Court ig- nited widespread controversy by ruling: that a prayer com- posed by the New York Board of Regents and recited in the state's public schools was un- constitutional, and that obscene matter may not be banned from U.S. mails unless guilty of "patent offensiveness." Pope John and France's Bishops made new appeals for peace in Algeria. Dominican Republic's Bishops warned that the nation was in "very serious danger,' of falling under Red rule. CRS-NCWC's Bishop Swan- strom told a Senate committee that hundreds of Red China ref- ugees could have been absorbed in Hang Kong instead of being turned back at the border. Father John J. Considine, di- rector, NCWC Latin America Bureau, said in Cuernavaca, Mexico, the Holy See will chan- nel $50 million to aid the Church in Latin America in the next five years. Archbishop J o h n J. K r o 1 scoffed at reports of U.S. anti- clericalism in speaking to the 20th Serra International conven- tion in Philadelphia. F a t h e r Francis J. Matthews, St. Louis, was elected president of the Catholic Broadcasters' Associa- tion. Other June headlines: Guide- lines For Adult Themes Con- tained In New TV Code... Car- dinal Cushing Among G r o u p formed To Ransom Cuban In- vasion Captives. July The 1962-63 Catholic P r e s s Association Directory reported U.S. Catholic newspapers at an all - time circulation h i g h of 5,305,212. Anthony J. Cele- brezze, former Mayor of Cleve- land, took office as U.S. Secre- tary of Health, Education and Welfare, the 17th Catholic to hold a presidential cabinet pest. Consecrated was: Bishop Sylvester W. Treinen of Boise, Idaho, in Bismarck, N.D.; Ap- pointed was: Msgr. Raymond G. Hunthausen, president of Carroll C o 11 e g e, Helena, Mont., as Bishop of Helena. Father Aniceto F. Alonso, O.P., 67, a Spaniard, was elect- ed Master General of the Do- minicans in Rome. Catholic leaders hailed settlement of the doctors' strike against a medi- care p 1 a n i n Saskatchewan, Canada. Other July events: Germany's Catholic Press Rebounds From Suppression, Doubles Pro-Hitler Strength . . . CRS-NCWC Tops U.S. Voluntary Agencies In 1961 Relief Effort... Mexico's Bish- ops Warn Against Red Threat. August The U.S. Hierarchy's 1 062 statement called the nation's Christians, Catholics and non- Catholics to a prayer campaign for success of the Second Vati- can Council. The largest National Litur- gical Week to date was held in Seattle, Washington, August 20 to 23. More than 4,400 pre- lates, priests, religious and laity attended the sessions. Cardinal Cushing asked the Knights of Columbus 80th con- vention in Boston to donate one million dollars as a loan fund to Church needs in Latin America. Msgr. (Maj. Gen.) Terence P. Finnegan, Chief of Air Force Chaplains, was decorated with Distinguished Service Medal as he retired after 25 years of military service. Consecrated were: Bishop Raymond G. Hunthausen of Helena, Mont. September Therese Neumann, 64, stig- matic for 36 years, died in Konnersreuth, Germany. Arch- bishop Patrick A. O'Boyle at Washington's 10th annual Labor Day Mass u r g e d organized labor to take the lead in com- bating racial bias throughout the nation. With only minor dis- turbances, C a t h o 1 i c schools were integrated racially in New Orleans and Atlanta, Ga. Pope John elevated the Vi- cariate of Alaska to the Dio- cese of Fairbanks with Bishop Francis D. Gleeson, S.J., as the first head. The Pope re- ceived in audience Vice Presi- dent Lyndon B. Johnson. Archbishop James P. Davis of San Juan lifted an order forbidding Catholics in Puerto Rico from supporting the Pop- ular Democratic party of Gov. L u i s Munoz Marin. Catholic Relief Services--NCWC rushed relief supplies to earthquake- stricken Iran and typhoon-rav- aged Hong Kong. Most Rev. John E. Taylor, O.M.I., of East St. Louis, Ill., became the first Catholic bishop consecrated in Sweden since the Reformation at rites in Stockholm. Other September headlines: Archbishop O'Boyle Condemns Virginia H o s p i t a 1 Program Which Sterilized 50 Mothers In 2 Years . . . San Francisco's Cathedral Gutted In $2,500,000 Fire . . . CRS-NCWC Resettles 60 Per Cent Of 42,000 Cuban Refugees In U.S. October Pope John opened the Sec- ond Vatican Council with 2,600 EVERETT HAY WE SERVE YOU? "Peace of Mind" Service for *11 of your dry cleaning and shirt laundry needs. VALETOR CLEANERS & SHIRT SERVICE AL. 9-6116 Grand & Wall LAkeview 4-0666 Seattle WEEK-END SPECIAL! at your favorite... MANNING'S COFFEE ....... 1.lb. fin $9 2 Ib.tin98 rices Effective Fri., Sat. & M0n., December 28, 29 & 31 t prelates, 49 from Red-ruled na- tions, in attendance. The open- ing procession drew .more than 100,000 to St. Peter's Square. President Kennedy in a mes- sage to the Pope expressed the hope that the council would promote world peace. Earlier, Pope John traveled 400 miles by railroad to pray at shrines in Loreto and Assist for the council's success. Buffalo's Bishop Joseph A. Burke, 76, died at the council. Washington's A r c h b i s h o p O'Boyle was elected chairman of the N.C.W.C. administrative board at the U.S. Bishops' meeting in Rome. Pope John made a special radio appeal to avert the "horrors of war" in the crisis caused by disclosure of Soviet missiles and jet bomb- ers in Cuba. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to consider the following cases: one in Oregon which held that the loan of state-paid textbooks to private schools violates the state ccu- stitution, and one in Kentucky which sought to block an agreement under which nuns operate a hospital built mainly with public funds. A bomb blast outside the residence of Car- dinal Spellman in ' New York caused no injuries and little damage. The 87th Congress ended its second session without ap- proving any major U.S. aid- to-schools legislation. HEW S e c r e t a r y Celebreze said U.S. aid to church-run grade and high schools in unconsti- tutional but said he favors such aid to private eolleges. Father John P. Donnelly, edi- tor of the Inland Register, Spokane, Wash., was named director of the N.C.W.C. In- formation B u r e a u. Father William M u r p h y, C.SS.R., Omaha-born, was named bish- Other" November headlines: Remains Of Mother Seton Iden- tified As Step Toward Beatifi- cation . . . India's Bishops Ask Catholics To Back Government In Undeclared War With Red China . . . Vatican Radio Says Killing O f Deformed Child Cannot Be Justified . . . Bish- ops' Committee Asks Legisla- tion To Bring Classification Of 'q Movies. December Pope John canonized three :' saints who lived in 19th cen- ,, tury: Peter Julian Eymard, a Frenchman who founded the Blessed Sacrament Fathers; and two Italians, Francis Creese of Camperosso, a Capu-  chin and Anthony Pucci, a Ser- vite. In adjourning the Second Vatican Council's first session, The Pope set Christmas 1963 as the target date for the coun- :. eli's close. Notre Dame University :" freshman Peter R. Kesling "' was named "Outstanding , Catholic Youth of the Year." From Seattle, Kesling is a graduate of O'Dea High " Shool. NCWC annual reports showed ' a commitment by the Catholic Church in the U.S. to spiritual and social welfare on the ha-:, tional and international levels' .h. Father Virgil C. Blum, SJ.,  ;i: Marquette University political :, scientist, charged that the Ha- * tional Education Association i ii stands ready to crush any pro- ,,:: pesal for U.S. aid to private i I schools. Bishop Leo A. Parsley of Fort Wayne-South Bend, head Y" of the National Office for De- Z- cent Literature, charged that  op of the new Diocese of a booklet by U.S. Supreme Juazeiro in Brazil. Court Justice William Other O c t o b e r headlines: Council Fathers Call ForPeace, Social Justice In Message To Humanity . . . Prosecutor Says Wave of Smut Peddling, Por- nography Tied To Nationwide Crime Syndicate. November Pope John, after observing his 81st birthday and the fourth anniversary of his coronation, was forced to bed with gastric disturbances which caused ane- mia. The Pope ordered St. Jo- seph's name included in the Canon of the Mass beginning December 8. He pushed a but- ton in the Vatican library starting a pile-driving operation in New York for construction of the Vatican pavilion at the 1963-64 World's Fair. The Sec- ond Vatican Council voted to adjourn its first session Decem- ber 8 and to open its second September 8, 1963. The Holy See granted the U.S. Bishops the faculty for five years of allowing meat to be eaten on Friday after Thanksgiving day. Bishop Paul Robert of Les Gonaives and t h r e e priests who opposed voodooism were expelled from Haiti, making a total of 3 bishops and 0 priests banished from Haiti since 1959. Mrs. Joseph McCarthy, San Francisco, was elected presi- dent of the National Council of Catholic Women. Dr. Ed- ward Hayes, Monrovia, Calif., was named Cathalie Doctor of the Year, by the National Federation of Catho olic Physicians Guilds. 0. ( Douglas, challenging efforts i to ban publications which , arouse sexual desire, was "shocking" and would "ea. i courage smut peddlers." Other December Headlines: Girl Dying Of Leukemia 10 Years Ago, Well Today; Case May Speed Beatification of Mother Seton. . . Tanganyika Cardinal Offers Mass As Na- tion Becomes Republic ... Leader Lauds African Leaders As Controversy Boils Over Senator's Criticisms . . . 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