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To isit Oregon Shrine
WASHINGTON (NC) A vis
it to the Sanctuary of Our Sorrow
ful Mother in Portland, Ore., will
be one of the highlights of the
National Council of Catholic Wo
men's tour to its national conven
tion in Seattle. Wash., from Sept.
20 to 24. it has been announced.
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Jesuit Memorial Erected
NEW YORK (NC) A me
morial tablet has been erected near
the site where four French Jesuits
established in 1613 the first record
ed settlement of white men on
Mount Desert Island, Maine. This
was announced here by the Rev.
Francis X*. Curran. S.J.. who is writ
ing a history of the Jesuits’ New
York Province.
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Henry Vidon, an English actor, takes the part of Pope Pius X,
and two U.S. seminarians from the Propaganda College, take minor
roles in the new Italian film: "Men Do Not Look Heavenwards." Al
though entirely filmed outside the Vatican the film is.rioted for its ex
cellently prepared props, such as the reproduction of the Sistine Chap
el scene (right photo) showing the conclave which elected Giuseppe
Sarto Pope. Pius and his secretary (left) are shown during the last
Mass said by Pius before his death, in his private chapel (left
Photo). (NC Photos)
Heed St. Francis,
Stevenson Advice
Gov. Adlai E Stevenson of Illi
nois, Democratic nominee for pre
sidenl of the United States, a
Unitarian, quoted Catholicism’s
great St. Francis of Assisi in
counselling the delegates to the
convention to find a sound build
ing principle.
St. Francis said, the governor
quoted, "where there is patience
and humility, there is neither ang
er nor worry." A sober message
of I u ni faith and confidence is
what America and the world
need,’ the governor added. His
words were spoken at the opening
session of the convention when he
welcomed the delegates to Chi
cago.
Holy C.roNH Novices Move
NORTH EATON, Mass.—(NC)
Holy Cross Novitiate, where young
mon study for the community’s
priesthood and Brotherhood in the
Province of Our Lady of Holy
Cross moved this week from North
Dartmouth, Mass., to Bennington,
Vt,
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New Movie Portrays Life Of Blessed Pius
HIGGINS. Anna A., 65, 1127 Sid
ney streel, Columbus, July 20, St.
Peter’s church. Survivors: a
daughter, three sons, four grand
children, a sister and four bro
thers.
O’DEA, Thomas S., 81. 57 Belvi
dere avenue. Columbus. July 21, St.
Aloysius church Survivors: his
wife, Catherine a son and a grand
son.
WHITE, Sister Mary Pascal. Col
lege of St. Mary of the Springs,
Columbus, July 20, convent chapel,
St. Mary of the Springs. Survivors:
two sisters.
OSSMAN, Rose, 78, 955 W.
Broad street, Columbus, July 17,
Holy Family church. Survivors:
several cousins.
LANDERS, Thomas E„ 88. 94
N. 20th street, Columbus, July 12,
St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Survivors:
three nephews.
BAECHLE Robert J, Lancaster,
(I. July 14, St. Mary’s church.
Lancaster. (). Survivors his moth
er, two sons and four sisters.
WAL TERS, Sisiei Mary Lain issa
71, St Ann's hospital, Columbus,
July 22, chapel. St Ann’s hospital
Survivors: several nieces and
nephews.
NEWMAN, Anna Marie, 80. Com
et, July 20, Wellston, SS. Peter
and Paul church. Survivors: three
daughters, two sons, a brother and
11 grandchildren.
POOL, James L., 63. lit 3, Chil
licothe, July 23, St. Peter’s church
Survivors: his wife, his mother,
fixe brothers, three sisters, two
daughters and a stepson.
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May They Rest In Peace
DURBIN, Clement E„ 89. Dan
ville, July Hi. St. Luke’s church
Survivors: three sons, five daugh
ters. 13 grandchildren, 24 great
grandchildren and a sister.
SCHUER, William, 77. 296 Chest
nut street, Chillicothe, July 18, St.
Peter’s church. Survivors: his
wife, Mary three daughters, a son,
four grandsons, a granddaughter,
five great-granddaughters, a sister
and a brother.
THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, AUG 1ST 1, 1952
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LAPKE, John J., 40, 422’2 E.
Whittier street. Columbus, July
19, St. Mary church.
IRWIN, William J., 60, 2406
Deming avenue, Columbus, July
21, Holy Name church. Survivors:
his wife, Clara three daughters,
a son, three grandchildren, a bro
ther and three sisters.
TROYAN, Mary. 70, Pleasant
City, July 22, St. Michael’s Greek
Cathplic church. Survivors: her
husband, John three sons, three
daughters, three brothers and two
sisters.
MASON, J. R, 57. 197 Irving
way. Columbus, July 23, Immacu
late Conception church. Survivors:
his wife, Marie a son, two daugh
ters and three grandchildren.
CARROLL. Joseph Edward, 79,
Hillsboro, July 23, St. Mary’s
church. Survivors: a daughter,
four sisters and a brother.
McGRAlL, Elizabeth. 66, 652 City
Park avenue, Columbus, July 24,
St. Mary's church Survivors: four
daughters, two sons, eight grand
children and 15 great-grandchil
dren.
McMULLIN, Ann, 79. 243 Lex
ington avenue, Columbus, July 23,
St. Patricks church. Survivors:
four nieces and three nephews.
STRENG, Charles W„ 66. 791
.Mohawk street, Columbus, July 24,
St. Mary’s church. Survivors, his
wife, Emma: three stepdaughters,
five grandchildren, three sisters
and a brother.
CONNOR. Mary A 185 S. Co
lumbia avenue, Columbus. July 25.
St. Catherine’s church Survivors:
a son, three daughters and 17
grandchildren.
PA( HLHOFER, Helen. 81, 625
Fairwood avenue, Columbus July
26. Holy Rosary chinch. Survivors
her husband, Joseph V a daugh
ter. eight grandchildren, 11 great
grandchildren and a sister.
SULLIVAN, Cecilia 85, 853 Den
nison avenue, Columbus, July 23,
St Francis church Survivors a
will it be
good news
for Charlie—?
this child needs:
4*4
13 year old
football and
The flair for
Charlie it a typical
likes baseball,
the bicycle he rides,
art he has is something he doesn't
complain about either. Most of
all, though, Charlie likes the idea
of a foster home with a Mom and
Dad like other fellows
asking too much a
tion and acceptance
home? Perhaps YOUR
be good news for Charlie?
have. Is it
little affec
in a real
home will
Foster parents whose primary purpose in
ing for children should be love for them
a desire to help others.
Foster
Pastor
The CATHOLIC WELFARE Bureau
246 EAST TOWN ST. MA. 5891
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China Reds ()rder
Letters Describing
‘Peace, Prosperity’
HONG KONG—(NC) Chinese
communists have made a new at
tempt to dispel the bad name they
have established for themselves
throughout most of the civilized
world.
Red authorities of the southern
coastal areas have ‘‘invited’’ peo
ple to write laudatory letters to
friends and relatives abroad about
the "happiness of the people" un
der the new regime.
The campaign apes the one
launched in the United States in
1948. Then Americans of Italian
descent were urged to write to rel
atives in Italy telling them true
conditions in the United States
and dispelling communist lies
about that country.
There is one important differ
ence in the campaign in Red Chi
na. The “invitation" does not per
mit the choice of writing or not
writing.
Censorship Prevails
In contrast to the Red effort u
milk funds from Chinese overseas
through the “extortion” letters a
year ago, the new letters are said
to contain no threats or demands
for money. They are simply to laud
“the happiness enjoyed by the com
mon people.” They are also to en
courage Chinese abroad to return
to the land of their fathers in or
der to enjoy “the benefits of peace
and prosperity” in the new Red
“paradise.”
The people are not forced to
submit these letters to communist
officials before mailing them. But
there is a universal feeling that
letters are opened and censored
at the post office. As a result,
the people dare not write anything
but what the Red “invitation” calls
for.
sister and a brother.
OCHS, William J, 56. Marion.
July 20. St. Mary’s church. Sur
vivors: a sister and a brother.
LANG, Cornelius, 56, Rt. 1,
Reynoldsburg, July 19, Holy Cross
church, Columbus.
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Canatlian Nun Sees \ged
Brother For First 'l ime
VERNON RIVER, Prince Ed
ward Island (NC) A nun met
her 79-year old brother here for
the first time the other day. He
had left home to settle in Boston
before she was born.
She is Sister Mary Dunstan, of
the Sisters of St. Anne. Sister has
heen stationed in British Columbia
since her profession many years
ago, with the exception of six years
in Alaska. She had been home only
three times. Her brother, Patrick
E. Kelly, had not returned home
for 57 years prior to the reunion.
'Named Auxiliary
car
and
parents who are recommended by their
as good Catholics.
parents who are people of good charac
attested to by refeiences‘of their own
Foster
ter. as
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A home with a foster father and luster mot he i
A home with adequate child space lor one
more child, it needn’t be extremely large.
The Bureau will pay board for children in foster
homes, and nay the clothing and
medical expenses.
Msgr. Leo R. Smith, Chancel
lor of the Diocese of Buffalo,
who has been named Titular
Bishop of Marida and Auxiliary
to Bishop Joseph A. Burke of
Buffalo. The Bishop-elect has
been Diocesan director of youth
work, the catechetical office and
Bishop's Committee for Christian
Charity. (NC Photos)
French Social Week Studies
Extremes In Vi ealth, Poverty
By M. Massiani
(Radio. N.C.W.C. News Service)
DIJON, France—Scholars and
economists have gathered here for
the 39th French Social Week to
seek a Christian solution to the un
equal distribution of wealth in the
world.
A preliminary announcement by
the organizers of the Social Week
said good will alone is insufficient
to eliminate inequalities, and that
technical methods ar^ required in
the field of production as well «s
in the circulation and distribution
of national income.
Historians, geographers, jurists.,
economists and moralists, leaders
of industry, commerce and finance.
trade union leader^ and experts in
the field of economic planning are
taking part in the deliberations.
All of them are viewing the prob
lem in the light of Christian prin
ciples as enunciated by the Popes.
Besides general lectures, the
week’s program includes a num
ber of roundtable discussions deal
ing with such problems s (1) meth
ods of calculating the standards of
living. (2) housing, (3) agricultural
living standards and (4) participa
tion of employers in the fruits of
the enterprise.
The Week opened with a Mass
celebrated in St. Berrfenus cathed
ral here by Archbishop Angelo G.
Roncalli, Apostolic Nuncio to
France. Archbishop Maurice Feltin
of Paris. Bishop Stanislaw Courbo,
secretary general of Action Catho
lique, and several other members
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of the French hierarchy attended
the Mass.
During the Mass, a letter was
read in which His Holiness Pope
Pius XII felicitated the organizers
of the Social Week on their choice
of this year's theme and expound
ed Catholic principles regarding
the problem to be studied.
In his introductory address.
Prof. Charles Flory, for many
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