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.iresidenf Quirino lareeted at San Francisco Western America's most impor ant social, diplomatic and military eaders turned out to welcome .resident Elpidio Quirino Tuesday vening- August 25. at the recep~ lion given by Consul and Mrs. Pedro Ramirez at the luxurious oloniai Room of the St. Francis otel which was artistically de orated with California's beautiful '.owers. The President who had .; warm smile and handshake for he more than one thousand not bles. sat for fully two hours at he receiving line which was com ,ged of his daughter, Mrs. Vicky uirino Gonzales. and Consul and Ira. Ramirez. This was the first nd only official public appearance} .t the President since his arrival . America two months ago. California's Filipino colony came nut in full force for the occasion, ith many of the Filipino ladies earing their colorful ternos. Mrs. l"mil'eZ looked charming and dig iiied in a black velvet terno with I striking panel of multi-colored ..ndy-striped taffetta draped and athered into a large bow at the ide. She also planned the table de .. which caught everyone’s eye a long table with huge vases If flowers, silver candelabra and zen ice carvings of rabbits and askets of flowers. Fancy hor I'ouvres were lavishlyserved on pieze monte” or platerc with fig rines of all kinds. Heading the list of notables pre ent were: San Francisco Mayor, Ilmer Robinson: Chief Justice. I-iiii S. Gibson; Lieut. General and In. J. Swing; Brigadier General nd Mrs. Ralph Glasgow; Brigadier neral and Mrs. James Gillespie; I-ear Admiral and Mrs. B. J. Rod ers: Vice Admiral and Mrs. Fran is Stuart Low; Oakland. Mayor nd Mrs. Clifford R. Rishell; Mr. nd Mrs. George Killian. Mr. Louis inci, Mr. Russell Smith, Mr. and ms. Tom Coughran, Mr. and Mrs. rge Curran. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. eiger. Justice Maurice Dooing. r., Harvey Swing. and members i the diplomatic and Consular rorps. FILIPINO FORUM ADS Don’t Cost'. . . They Pay We Extend You Greetings on Your Naﬁonal Convention PAINT & DECORATE —— IT PAYS ' NATHAN GRINSPAN’S PAINTS - UNOLEUM . WALL PAPER 2216 Jackson 5:. Phone FR. 3531 . NO DOWN PAYMENT ‘36 MONTHS TO PAY 1/ ‘7 I CAN SAVE YOII UP TO 33 3 o , READ THIS ARTICLE FOR YOUR OWN INTEREST I If you need any of this done, no matter how many times you have been approached I by a salesman and given a price on any of these problems. For a great surprise call me and get my figures and advice. I can, and will, SAVE YOU MONEY. ' PAINTING - Brush and Spray §._--_,--___-_.§ SIDING - Asbestos and Cedar g ' “““d'e “‘9 be" °‘ t ROOFING - Comp., Cedar, etc. 3 ”Tim" :"WE: % ‘ a . an use e GS FOUNDATIONS - Ralsmg and Lower- j , , i , N F and ti ! trained men available I mg, 0W 0 a 0118 I in any of these trades i ROOMS - Added on or Changed ....__________g All WORK AND MATERIAL GUARANTEED I can Save You Money, as you deal direct with me. I do my own selling, appraising. FREE ESTIMATES EASY TERMS 1101 Stewart PHONE EL. 1195 Seattle, Wash. AUBURN NEWS By Mrs. D. CRISTOBAL Saturday, August 8, a birth day party was held for Eddie Cristobal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Denny Cristobal. Many children attended the occasion. Eddle was the recipient of many gifts. Ice cream and cake were served. Among the many guests were Mr. and Mrs. M. Estrada and chil dren, Mr. and Mrs. I. Caps and children, Mrs. P. M. Nacua, and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Carl son and children, Mrs. G. E. Stev enson and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Stevenson and children. Mr. and Mrs. Felipe Tajon held a dlnner party August 10 for their daughter who was four years old. The youngster receiv ed many gifts. At the residence of. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Estrada a birthday party was held for their daughter Victoria Ann who was 2 years old, Tuesday, September 1. Many glfts were received for Vicky. Dancing followed later in the evening. Among the guests were Clar issa Burden and family, Mrs. P. Nacua and family, Mrs. A. M. Llnke and family, Betty Lou Stevenson, Mrs. J. F. Overhulsc, Mr. and Mrst Denny Cristobal and son, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ma llnab, C. Matias, Mr. and Mrs. Quetolo, Mr. and Mrs. H. Gar cia and Fred Rapanan Pascua. The L. D. T. Inc. of the North west held its annual picnic at Mr. Bill G. Beardsley’s residence Sun day, September 13. Grand Master Felipe Esteban and former Grand Master Bart Navarro and Grand secretary Amado E. Dino were among those present. Thefe was a good crowd and they all enjoyed four roast pigs and one barbecue. There was plen ty to eat besides roast pig, like corn and lots of vegetable salad. Miss Clara Jean Ostrea is re presentlng Auburn and vicinity ‘at the conventibn of the Filipino Inter-Community Council In Wa pato from October 2 through the 4th. PATRONIZ'E FORUM ADVERTISERS FILIPINO FORUM G.O.E.P. TO HOLD 4th CONVENTION (Continued from Page 1) according to the general chairman, will be as follows. Wednesday. October 7th Afternoon: Registration of dele gates and alternates from all subordinate lodges. Time: 1.00 P. M. to 4:30 P. M. Place: Frye Hotel, Parlor "B”. Evening: No host dinner for all delegates and their guests. Time: 7:30 P. M. Place: Frye Hotel Banquet Room. Thursday, Oct. Bth Morning: Opening of Business ses sion. Time: 9:00 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. Place: Eagle’s Vice'Presldent room Afternoon: Business session con tinued. Time: 1:00 P. M. to 4:00 P. M. Place: Eagle's Vice President Room. Agenda: Resolution committee’s report. Reports from different delegates. (two delegates from each lodge) Evening: Banquet and Dance. Time: 6:30 P. M. to 12:00 midnight Place: Benjamin Franklin Hotel. Special Radio Broadcast by j KOMO. ‘ Friday, October 9th Morning: Business session continu ed. Time: 9:00 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. Place: Eagle’s Vice Pres. Room. Agenda: Recommendations of no minating committee for Supreme Grand Officers and nominations of officers. _ Afternoon: Election of Supreme Grand Officers, Time: 1:00 P. M. to 4:00 P. M. Place: Eagle’s Vice Pres. Room. Note: Those elected to wear white toxedo coat and black} tixedo pants for the Grand Ball night. - Evening: California night, a. gala night with special featores, ban quet and dance. Time: 6:30 . M. till midnight. Place: Filipino-American Athletic Club, 612 Maynard Ave. Saturday, Ocotber 10th Morning: Business session con tinued. Time: 9:00 A. M. to 11:45 A. M. Place: Eagle"s Vice Pres. Room. Agenda: Closing recommendations and resolutions for the good of . the Order. Evening: GRAND BALL ‘ at EAGLE'S AUDITORIUM. Time: 7:00 P. M. till 12:00 mid night. Presentation of awards and tro phies: _ 1. For outstanding achievement performed by members of dif‘ ferent lodges. _ \ 2. For perfect attendance dur ing communication and perfect performance analysis in regards to knowledge of his degree at; tained.‘ 3. For perfect physical and moral character exercised inside and 'outside his lodge. = CHURCH PEOPLE ACTIVE IN THREE IMPORTANT PROJECTS The M.Y.F. has three main pro jects. First is the Power Tools Hobby Center which is open to everyone interested, the purpose being to provide a certain way of creating closer fellowship among the Community people. A six-in-one basic tools unit has already been bought. A lumber company supplies free scrap wood that is being used for the power tools. The next project is to buy a station wagon so as to bring in children and others Without trans portation to church. There is about a hundred dollars collected already for this project. The third project going on is the asking of clean, old and new wearables to be sent to the needy back home - in the _Philippines. So far, the MYF group has col lected about 2 pounds. Whoever wishes to help in these projects may send in their contributions to the MYF group, 1107 E. Terrace WELCOME TO OUR FAIR CITY - - - Delegates to the Regional Philippine Grand LODGE CONVENTION ' Man'la Cafe WE SERVE BREAKFAST - LUNCH - DINNER FOUNTAIN SERVICE DE LUXE 616 King St. (cross street from Alpcs Hotel) Seattle, Wash. MAYN AR D CA F E SPECIALIZING IN HOME COOKING PHONE SE. 9106 417 Maynard Ave. Seattle, Wash PHONE SE. 97 O 6 MADISON LUMBER CO. Merchandising Lumber 8. Building Materials BUILDERS HARDWARE 2021 E. Madison Sfreef Seaﬂle, Wn EAsf 8080. ,1 DE LUXE CLEANERS ' Expert Cleaning; Pressing; Tailoring: Rewaaving 125 Pretontaine Place, Seattle 4, Wash. SE. 5119 1 (Near 4th So. & Wash. St.) KIANG NAM CAFE Specializing in CHINESE FOODS AND BANQUETS Dancing after 10 p. m. 674 King St. (Cor. 7th and King) ELlot 9780 WE ARE OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY AT TOMM Y’ S CA F E Chinese - Filipino - American Dishes Tommy De! Pilar, Prepriefor 210 Main St. MU. 1578 Seattle Wash. ' Famous for ‘ QUALITY DAIRY Arden PRODUCTS For Horn: Delivery Call Arden Farms Co. _________,, ~, ﬂ Eliot 1535 5 St. which will be acknowledged with thanks. _ We believe that these projects are going to do a lot of good for our community and constituents. We greatly appreciate this paper for giving us this space. " ' ———L. G. Filipino Methodist Church GI STUDENTS ' The Veterans Administration has announced that it is planning for about 170,000 enrollments of Korean veterans in colleges this fall compared with about 75,000 enrolled at the end of April this year. The VA also expects that Korean veterans participating in other types of education and train ing programs under the GI bill would increase to about 160,000. About 70,000 were participating at the end of June.