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Layman Managing Editor NOTRE DAME. Ind. (NC) John A. Lynch has been named managing editor of Arc Maria magazine. published here, becom ing the first layman to hold an of ficial editorial post on the staff, "he announcement was made by the Rev. Felix D. Duffey. C.S.C., newly appointed editor. Mr. Lynch was graduated from Notre Dame in 1943. served with the 349th Infantry in Italy World War II, held a fellowship in creative writing at Stanford Uni versity, has filled sales and pro motions positions, and has had his writings published in Commonu-eal, Today, The Catholic World, At lantic, Pacific Spectator, and oth er periodicals. EASY ICONOMICAL I USt FOR k Drainage Tile Sewer Lines Water Mains Form Improvements Since 1890 Experiment Station Plan* Field Day At Coshocton The U S. Soil Conservation Service will hold a field day. August 7 at the Soii and Water Conservation Station at Coshocton. Tours of the experimental pro jects at (he station will be con ducted. and demonstrations of the latest in harvesting methods will be shown. Coshocton County farm equipment dealers are also sponsor ing a display of equipment. F. R. Hothem is chairman of the event, and co-chairmen are T. Marshall and L. L. Harrold. -------------------o------------------- YOUNGSTOWN (NC) A community center for Puerto Ri can defense workers will be open ed here August 1 by the National Catholic Comfnunity Service. TRENCHING BLACKHAWK TRENCH HOG DIGS TRENCHES 6" TO 20" WIDE DEPTHS TO 7' SPEEDS TO 800' PER HR. Foundations Oil A Gai Linos Underground Cable Septic Tanks Whenever Trenches Must Be Dug FOR DETAILED INFORMATION SEE OR CALL Bill Franz -GA. 0003 Anchor Construction Co 1570 Moler Rd. Columbus MACHINERY Woodworking Metal Working Sheet Metal Working Contractors’ Homecraft Machinery Equipment Full line of Motors Osborne & Sexton Machinery C6. N. Fourth A Russell Sts. 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Delaware O,r*n CURRBNT DIVIDEND RATE DomanrtratlM 2h% Says Greatest Church Enemy Is Lack Of True Enthusiasm NEW YORK (NC) Granting that Blanshardism from within and communism from without are formidable foes. Msgr Thomas J. McMahon” president of the Ponti fical Mission for Palestine, declar ed here that “our greatest enemy is the lack of enthusiasm among ourselves, that our real enemies are those of our own household.’’ inertia A Vice Addressing the Annual Institute on Vocations at Fordham Univer sity. Monsignor McMahon, who also is secretary of the Catholic Near East Welfare Association, re called the moral of an old French play that the only virtue the world is enthusiasm and the only vice is inertia. He said the real problem nf the Church in the world today is a battle between zeal and sloth. "Here we are with all the power of God.” the Monsignor declared "By our ministry whether we are priests in the Sanctuary, or wheth er we extend that priesthood through the vocations of the Broth er, the Sister and the sterling laity —we are. by His creation Christ the Teacher. Christ the Sanctifier, Christ the Redeemer. .4ge Of Martyrs “Certainly we are the minis ters of a religion that was meant to he one of fiery faith, burning hope, flaming love one of over whelming enthusiasm, so beautiful ly exemplified on that first Pente cost, when the Spirit of God's Love pushed those trembling Apostles out into the world, surrounding them with tongues of fire and whipping them with a mighty wind.”’' Monsignor McMahon con tinned. The Monsignm added: “While we still have the tradition that the real age of martyrs was the period of the Roman persecutions, we can boast that we have had more U.S. Warns Israel Not To Establish Jerusalem Office WASHINGTON (NC)- Israel has hoen warned by the Vnited States against moving its foreign office to Jerusalem while the question of internationalizing the Holy City is unsettled. In announcing the warning, a State Department spokesman said Israel has moved all its main gov ernmental offices, with the excep tion of the foreign office from I'el Aviv to Jerusalem. The Vnited States told Israel it has no intention of moving its embassy to Jerusalem Embassies usually are located in the same city as a nation’s foreign office. A memorandum was handed to the Israeli government restating the VS position that Jerusalem should have an international re gime to protect its holy places. Hu Holiness Pope Pius XII and the Vnited Nations have called for internationalize!ion ol Jerusalem and its environs. The Hammond Organ PrsSnr** organ m..i* .f eathWral yo*lty 1. rhurrhe* nt an, alia a ia.non ehorrhaa now ______ afar i a ‘•••kill mu.lr nt |k« m~ iii eeoAn ST MA. til Maa, A Oaac.a Chlaaaa o 555 W. Broad St. FLETCHER 1555 THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 1, 19 5 2 martyrs in Mexico. Spam, Russia, China and in the catacombs be yond the Iron Curtain than ever were made in 250 years nf blood letting by imperial Rome.” "If Tertullian of the second cen tury could boast that the blood of the martyrs was the seed of more Christians.” Monsignor Me Mahon said, ‘how much more can wr. looking at millions of Christian confreres undergoing a real cruci fixion from Cardinals to th? hum blest Catholic layman see a tre mendous opportunity for the Church in this 20th century. ----------------o ............— Catholics Denv Gov’t Charges In Argentina BUENOS AIRES (NC) A protest hy a group of young Catho lics against the showing of an im moral film in a Buenos Aires cin ema sparked off charges in gov ernment quarters here that Argen tine Catholics are yielding to “for eign influence” against the best in terest! of their own country. The charges, which clearly im plied that “foreign” meant "Unit ed States,” were made in a state ment issued by the Ministry of In terior. They were promptly de nied by the entral Committee of Argentina s Catholic Action, which branded them as “an infamous calumny which has not the slight est appearance of truth.” Baxes Of Attack Among the bases of the minis try's attack was an entry in a note hook belonging to one of the young men involved in the protest against the film, and an article in a Mex ican Catholic review dealing with Vnited States Catholic mission aries who have gone to Latin American countries to help relieve (he critical shortage of priests there. Also repudiating the ministry's charges was Criteria, a leading Buenos Aires Catholic fortnightly edited by Msgr. Gustavo J. Fran ceschi and published under eccles iastical authority A lengthy for mal declaration in the magazine referred to what is described as "the unbearable weight of accusa tions against Catholics to the effect that they obey foreign, or anti Argentine, orders.” Previous Demonstration The note book was found after th? young men, some of whom belonged to Catholic Action, had decided to demonstrate, on then own responsibility, against the showing of “Barbara Atomica,” a film which had been passed by the new government controlled review hoard, but had been condemned by the Morals Secretariate of Catholic Action. There had been a previ ous demonstration against the film at a cinema in Cordoba, Written in the note book, under the date, July 4, were the words “Independence of the Vnited Slates It is the most glorious day of all Our elder sister A com ment made on the entry hy Minis ter ot Interior Angel G. Borlenghi and quoted in the ministry's state ment was “This proves that there exists a foreign direction in these episodes. “Criteria, however, de nounced also what it said was the attempt of the Ministry ot Interior to cite the cinema incidents as proof of the existence of a for ngn influence. It said that the seriousness nf the moral problem, beyond what occurred at the the aters, “poses itself before the en tire nation Father-Director Vary Rev. Peter J. McPartland, S.S.C, (above), of Naw York end Toledo, who hat bean appointed Director of the Columban Fa-* thera in the United States. He succeed* the Very Rev. Timothy Connolly, newly-elected Superior General of the Society of St. Co lumban. (NC Photos) Your Family Deserves Account with protH «»(rty «a years. Start a Sating* Account new Utt .crurity ot •tcadlly grow Ina Sa»lnae 60 I. Broad St. AD. 5810 AD. 6342 K. H. Wild. Pro.- o. M. Tenaamaa. Iw Thanks To The Marines "Erected by the generosity of the U. S. Marines, First Marine Air Wing, MAG-33" reads the sign in front of St. Michael's Catholic Church, in Pohang-dong, South Korea. The Korean girt, Tjyiu-ok, asked Col. John D. Condon, USMC, of Alexandria, Va., and Three Rivers, Mich., the meaning of the sign. The colonel acted as inter preter at the dedicetion ceremonies. The pastor, Father Aloysius Kim Duo-Ho, looks on. Official U. S. MARCORP photo. (NC Photos) Inventor Gives $4,000,000 Names (Catholic Institutions Cl FA’ELAND (NO Claud H. Foster, inventor of the Gabriel automobile horn, and the Gabriel snubber, the first successful auto mobile shock-absorber, invited rep resentatives of some 16 Cleveland institutions to a dinner party at the Hotel Statler, and passed out nearly four million dollars among them. Three Catholic institutions were on his list ot beneficiaries to the tune of $400,000. St. Vincent’s Charity Hospital received $258,645, and the Chil dren's Village of St. Vincent de 1’aiH, known as “Parmadale”, $172, 430. Both are operated by the Sis ters of Charity of St. Augustine. The village, in suburban Parma, cares for several hundred young boys and girls from broken homes. St. Alexis Hospital, operated by the Poor Sisters of St. Francis Seraph of Perpetual Adoration, was given $258,645. St. Vincent’s Charity Hospital's quarter-of-a-million gift made a handsome present for the hospital’s centenary, which it will observe Sunday by dedication of a new $2,000,000 building built with gen eral contributions. Mr. Foster, 79. said in announc ing his gifts that “too'many insti- Brill i firnl ion Procri*# Begun For Fatima Pair LEIR1A, Portugal (NC) Ques tioning of witnesses has begun’in the process tor beatification of Francisco and Jacinta, two of (he three shepherd children who saw th? Fatima appirations. The Voice of Fatima, official journal of the Shrine of Fatima, said the first to testify were the parents, Manurl Marto, now over 80 and his wife Olimpia. Francisco and Jacinta are bin ted in the basilica at ova da Iris, the field where they saw the apparitions II is near the village of Fatima They were nine and se\ en at the time of the first appan tion. on May 13. 1917, and were tending then sheep when Our l.adv appeared The two died a feu yeai after the apparitions. --------o--------------- (»l Hitchhike* To Retreat GRAND COTEAU, LA A sol dier who wanted to make a retreat at Our Lady of Oaks Retreat House here, hitch hiked 1000 miles to do so. Ho is Terry Bertrand, stationed at Fort Hood. Texas, which is 500 miles from here. Terry hiked both ways. the mon gtSClPVt hotel pl the gettwpy fp northern Michigan an! Conoclo In the heart el America'* great automotive center 750 new outtido room,, every room with bath Ample hotel perkmg tpoce Air-condittone! lounge, ceSee lhep, dining room and ballreom. CONVINTION AND 9R0UR MUTIN0S INVmtO 1930 A v- -1 tutions get then money from dead men. I wanted to sFe them get it.” His only restriction was that the gifts be used for capital purposes, buildings or equipment, or to pay debts incurred for capital purpos es. -------------------o------------------ Arbelaez Praises Church Hierarchy For Peace Work BOGOTA, Columbia (NC) Colombia’s acting president paid tribute to the Catholic Hierarchy for its “exemplary service" in helping to restore peaceful condi tions in the country. Dr. Roberto Crdaneta Arbelaez announced that the government had succeeded in reducing the centers of disorder maintained by guerrilla bands and criminals. Declaring that “a pacification of minds has counterbalanced the task of armed repression of pub lic disorders,” Dr. Urdeneta con tinned: “The most laudable contribution toward the pacification of minds and the encouragement of an at mosphere of patriotic collabora tion has been the work of the Catholic Hierarchy of the nation, who by its call Io prayer, its un paralleled influence over conscien ces, and its invitation toward bro therhood and justice, has lent ex emplary service to the country.” POINTING CG 455 (.MAINST. AD.-4851 BROSMER’S Summit St nuar Ruiien Our Homa-mada Chocolataa art the beat. Ru» (hem In bulk or packed for cifte Try our Home-made ice Cream too. gou’U like it. 3z y WE PAY AND LOAN 48 W. GAY ST. moth otTpoat -------------God Love You-------------- Vatican City Is Focal Point For IT drill's Mission Areas The deeper the sense of responsibil 1 I y the greater the care and wor ry. A father of tweh’4t» chil dren has the feeding and clothing c." them thrust in fo his working and calloused hands. The next door neighbor may emotionally sympathize but never feels the struggles as his own. Enlarge the circle of a fam ily. Consider the Father Super ior of any missionary society. He has not only the responsibil ity of educating and training but also shares the apostolic rdens of his missionaries and maybe even in their persecution For tunately he does not have to worry about the Father Super ior of another missionary society who also has his heartaches and crosses. But nutside these families there are millions and millions of people whn are sick, leprous, and hungry in body and thirsty of soul. Who feels for them? Who for example can feel as a thorn in his own heart, the poor people of Idonesia who have only one doctor for every 70.000 persons? Who feels in his body the hunger of two-thirds of the population of the world who nev er taste what we Americans call a square meal? As the care of children focus in the heart of a parent, and as the responsibility for missionaries of a particular so ciety focus in the Father Super ior. so do the burdens of the wh'ile world focus in the heart of the Holy Father. He loves not this soul or that, not this community or that, not this country or that, but every soul, every missionary society and ev ery area of the world even where there are no missionaries. Do you refuse? Can you refuse? Of course not. Cut by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen----------------- out this column now, mail a real sacrifice to the Holy Father's Missions in care of Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen. National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 1P° East 38th Street. New York 16. New York, or your Diocesan Director. Reverend James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbua, Ohio. For Quick Results Use Went Ads ADDRBSSOGRAPHMACHINlir Onljr autboruod iiatributor of ma chinM (new and factory rebuilt!. Method* and terns service. Sup plies. accessories, embossing and me chanical service. Won't you give this Shrine to Dbaye s refugees? Here is real eharity to people with no shelter but a leaky tent. BEDEW ED our souls are chalices bedewed with the Precious Blood of Jesus in the wonderful Sacraments. Can you give $40 for the chalice, which will he used by a missionary at a humble Near East altar? Do this during July, month of the Pre cious Blood, as your act of love. Addressograph "For Service Cal!" Addressograph Multigraph Salas Agency 479 W Broad _______ FL etcher 1S61 Nights. Sundays & Holidays Call JE ffereon 81SS RUC Sizing that makes ruga aa they were when new BINDING REPAIRING LAYING SERGING SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS 506 Cline St. GA 8395 COLUMBUS, OHIO TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 GOD’S WANT AD! Our Father Dunn, aaaialaut to Monsignor McMahon tn his work for the poor refugees of Palestine, writes us many appeals for those home* tees thousands. Here is one which really touched our heart*, and we are praying that a kind friend will answer Father Dunn’s plea: “For four years our refugee camp at Dbaye, Lebanon, has sheltered two thousand unfortunate exiles under tents. Men. women and ehildrea have weathered every hardship. Our little school, supported by dear Near East friends, gives some hope to the children, while our feeding program and medical aid help all to keep soul and body together. “But ia it not a shame that we have never been able to build a little rhapel. where Our Lord alwaya present could console the exiles of Dbaye? The men will build iLwith their own hands, but the materials will cost $750. Please do appeal for this. God will surely bless any one who will bring such consolation to His poor.” PIERCED PALMS From His pierced palms blood red rivers in torrents did run. The Crucifix, costing $25. can be given to a Near East jhapel, in honor of the five rivers of Calvary, to which have been added all the rivulets of the blood of the martyrs from St. Stephen to our day. IF THIS LOVELY BABY were yours, how your love for it would be shown by your eare and your caresses. But It is a foundling, one of many in the loving charge ot the Slaters of Charity in Beirut, Lebanon. Won’t you give $10, which will support this child for a whole month? Therf that dollar monthly for ORPHAN’S BREAD will do wonders fdr the little tot! we have. IMMACVL4TE HEART OF MARY August is dedicated to the Immaculate Heart nf Mary and It will be the last month during which we shall appeal for help in building the SHRINE CHAPEL OF OUR LADY OF FATIMA, among the blind and homeless in thtx care of the Sisters of the Destitute at Alwaye, India. Really devotion to Our Lady of Fatima is devotion to her Immaculate Heart. Have you given your mite for her Shrine? You can give the special censer and boat, used during Benediction, for $40. How Our Lady will bless you always and how her dear Son. enthroned on the Altar, will send you many hidden graces. Please help us along the way. STELLA MEANS STAR, and we are praying that some dear friend will make Sister Mary Stella, named in honor of Our Lady. Star of the Sea. an adopted daughter. A novice with the Sisters of St. Joseph in Traianrore. India, she will need IJOO for her two years’ training. SAMVEL WAS A GREAT OLD TESTAMENT PROPHET, but we also hsve a worthy Samuel at the Seminary of Grottaferrata. near Rome. Re has four years before he will ascend the altar. God srilling. Cap you give $400 in any installments and make him your adopted son? NO GIFT TOO SMALL How grateful »c are for those dollar gifts. Sometimes they come tn the form of a precious Mass offering, which helps support a poor Near East missionary. Often they come with the ccWforting line: "Use it wherever most needed, Father!’’—a strinfless gift. And then others send them in for those "Mystic Seven’’—our Mission Clubs. However they come. DOLLAR ADDED TO DOLLAR SUPPORTS THIS HOLY FATHER S MISSION AID MAKE YOUR LAST WJLL~GOD S OWN WILL I iMlIlear fist (Dissionsj^i 1 Preetit Cordtnal SpoihmNi, FraoWaef MUgr VtiaoMM 1. McMahaa. Mnt'l SePty Very lev. Andrew Rngoeh ••v. F»»sr P. Tuehy Rw. Wm. Kollar Dunn Zend eowummkortoM Cathohe Tlear Test UWfere ArmmMm 440 UninpMm Ave. 44«k It Now Ysalt W, N. Y.