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I hillicothr knight* Grant
8 I Kt Degree V1ember*hip
First degree membership was
conferred on eight candidates by
the Knights of Columbus Flagot
Council No. 1071. Chillicothe, at a
special meeting held recently in
the council rooms.
Receiving the degree were John
Duda. Jr. John P. Snow, Thom
as A. Roulger, Richard L. Schnei
der. Thomas J. Paridon. William
Cline. Jr. Edward Hawkins and
The degree was conducted by
Ralph Martin, grand knight Will
iam Rudcll, deputy grand knight
Norman Graham, chancellor: Rich
ard Ward, warden and Robert
Reeves, inner guard.
13 Ann* Naturalized
PEORIA. Ill (NC) Thirteen
nuns, the last of their community
able to leave Czechoslovakia be
fore the communist regime there
rang down the Iron Curtain against
further departures, were natural
ized as U.S. citizens in a ceremony
here.
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Lyn Doudna. longtime corres
pondent for the Columbus Register
and the Catholic Times, and a
member of the Delaware Gazette
advertising and editorial staffs, ha
been appointed to the post of cot
tagc supervisor at the Girls’ Indus
trial School. Delaware, it was an
nounced this week.
Miss Doudna. a member of St
Mary’
charge of four of the 11 cottages
at the school. She also will assist
with the supervision of the publi
cation of a school newspaper, will
work on pamphlets and publica
tions lor the school, and will other
wise aid in a supervisory and
counseling capacity.
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Ryan at a recent meeting of
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Eugene Butler. Albert
Ji Hilary Falk.
Frank E. Kulp and
Harry
John
Heinz,
Wunderlin.
Daniel W. Johnson, senior
for the FBI Columbus unit
the main speaker at the meeting
The Rev. Leo J. Brehm, pastor, es
pecially commended the effort
vice-president Frank
the organization of
committee which
greatly to the record
tendance.
agent
was
of
Amann for
a telephone
contributed
breaking at-
MAin 6601
Columbus, Ohio
schools
parochial
public
the
in
They reverted to parochial
tus after the State suddenly
tided this summer io withhold
funds from them, on the basis of
an inspector's report that (he
schools were actually Catholic in
stitutions.
The Marquette Diocesan Depart
ment of Education, noting it was
the public schools and the com
munity that had principally bene
fited from the three schools’ pub
lic status, said:
“The Diocesan Schools System
is most happy to welcome them
back. We are sure that the parish
es involved will be blessed by once
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SEELIACH COFFEE SHOP
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Restoring
Ushers for th* Southern Deanery meeting of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, which
will be held Sunday in the St. Mary's school auditorium in Chillicothe, are pictured receiving instruc
tions from chairman Kitty Shea. The girls are seniors at Central Catholic High school, Chillicothe.
Left to right, they are: Jo-Ann Barnhart, Josephine Hirsch, Jessie Drake, Mary Jane Gallagher,
Marilyn Rooney, Mary Towell, Teresa Schilder, Ann Krauser and Mary Ann Cahill. The meeting will
begin at 3 p. m.
Parishes Take Back Schools
Michigan Arrangement, 18 Years Ohl. Ended When
State Arts Suddenlv
LAKE LINDEN, Mich. (NC)
Three Houghton County
are back in operation as
units after 18 years of
school status assumed at
hest of public authorities
depths of the depression.
To ithhold Funds
again having Catholic sc
tha*t the cause of Christ
new impetus through the work of
be were Holy Ro
sary and St. Joseph of Lake Lin
den. and St. Cecilia of Hubbell
Back in 1934 Lake Linden and
Hubbell were hard hit by the de
pression. At the instigation of the
public schools,
properties were
de
school teachers
salaries, $35 i
agreed religion
Stained Glass
Windows
Built by Craftsmen
CURTIS ART
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month. It was
would be taught
only outside school hours.
This arrangement was approved
by the State Department of Public
Instruction and the Michigan At
torney General.
Inspector Rheault, who made
the inspection which led to with
holding of $54,000 in State funds
this summer, listed 17 alleged vio
lations of State law which he said
made the three schools Catholic
parochial institutions.
The Marquette Diocesan Depart
ment of Education said all major
violations against State law report
ed by Inspector Rheault were “ef
fectively denied and refuted by
Harry J. Trainor. Lake Linden dis
trict superintendent, and members
of the public school board.
In a letter to State officials the
Lake Linden Hubbell Public School
Board assailed Inspector Rheault
for having “found details to criti
cize which were of such insignifi
cant proportions.” It also said that
“by his own admission to you and
to us” his report was based in
large part on anonymous letters,
and on
on the
“things
“The
gality i
able,” the board charged.
talking with a few people
street, rather than on
which he actually saw.
sudden accusation of ille
s inconsistent and unten-
Let a Times Classified dispose
those no-longer-needed items
THE CATHOLIC TIMES FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 2 19 5 2
Facultv Members
and
a pne
a Sister, anti 2 laywo
augment the teaching staff of
College of St. Mary of the Spr
Cambridge
1949. He
c. Ihe Dor
and Notre Dame
re he has been an in
school
ised to the pub
for SI a year,
tained as public
to the Education depart
after an absence of eight
A former registrar of the
college, she holds a
from
librar
Master's de
Pittsburgh Pa.
Miss Ann Si
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Sullivan, 272
E. Dunedin Road, will join the
faculty as an assistant librarian
Miss Sullivan was graduated from
the College of St. Mary of the
Spiings in 1944 and received her
Master s degree in Library Science
ranton.
daughte
umbus
be the
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new Hea
ment an
for the Collegiate Program.
Weiland, also a 1944 graduate
gree from Ohio State University
this year. She has held the posts
of Assistant Director of
St. Vincent's Charity
Cleveland, and teacher
at
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migration
Of
Official Says Art** Critic*
Muel Offer Conffrrs*
Concrete Substitute
complains about the national ort
gins plan in the current immigra
pc
on immi
Christian
'em. is not
less a con
of the present im
was given at the
This estimate
migration setup
National Council of Catholic Wo
men convention here by Sarah
Weadick. assistant director of the
Immigration Bureau. National
noted that the N.C.W.C. bureau
was opposed to the national origin.'
plan “from the verv start.”
A great many people and news
paper
complaining to high
the new McCarran
s insulting to the na
lot of countries with
■e friends and whose
e are anxious to re-
which
and is insulting to what are
called the nationality groups in
right now that
the national or
that
but it is nothin
authors of the
CLEVELAND, Sept. 15 (NC)
—The national origins system
of immigration quotas has led
to "a ridiculous situation" in
which one nation—Latvia—"has
its quota mortgaged to the year
2274
This was reported to th* Na
tional Conference on Catholic
Charities here by Paul C. Kali
met, treasurer of the Slovak
Catholic Federation of America.
Mr. Kazimer said five other
countries "are already mortgag
ed to the year 2000 or beyond."
In other words, quotas have
been "borrowed" that far in ad
vance.
the present system 2
of the foreign-born in
of each nationality ra
the U.S. in 1890 is the
Under
per cent
dividuals
siding in
yearly immigration quota for
that nationality. The system, de
signed to favor Anglo-Saxon im
migration, was adopted in 1929.
Act just thought up out of theirl
own heads.’’
Miss Weadick reviewed the rea
sons why the N W did not op
pose the McCarran-Walter Act as
amended, despite the fact that it
“cannot, of course, be called a lib
eral law.”
“We worked for amendments to
the McCarran-Walter Bill.'’ Miss
Weadick went on, ‘because we
were very sure that if this bill
were not passed at the end of the
last session of Congress, nothing
would be enacted because, in our
opinion, the act is far better than
what we have at present, and be
ways be amended
will be.
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PHILADELPHIA (NC) The
first group of students has fin
ished the graduate program in the
new Institute of Religious Studies
at La Salle College, it has been
Announced here by Brother F.
Christopher. Dean. Six brothers
of the Christian Schools have fin
ished their graduate courses in
Theology and have been awarded
the degree of Master of Arts
The degrees will be conferred al
the June. 1953. commencement ex
ercises of La Salle College.
of
Heads Catholic Charities
CLEVELAND—(NC) Joseph
Glaser of Detroit was elected presi
dent of the National Conference of
Catholic Charities at the closing
session of the 38th annual conven
tion here. He succeeds Msgr. Eu
gene A. Loftus of Buffalo, N.Y.
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Anglicans Find Much To Laud
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LONDON. Ont. (NC) Ca
nadian Catholics make far better
use of their educational system
than non Romans” do. from the
viewpoint of Christian education,
the 18th General Synod of the
Church of England meeting here
was told.
The meeting also decided that
the Church of England tn Canada
will continue to refuse the remar
riage of divorced persons, and
heard a severe criticism of the
Rev. Hewlett Johnson, the “Red”
Dean of Canterbury.
Praise of the Catholic school
system eame from Canon R.K Nay
lor, who was named three years
age as chairman of the committee
to make a study of the educational
system in the Canadian provinces.
He made a plea for Christian
teaching in the schools and declar
ed “we’ve got to give up this idea
that ihe schools are a neutral
place.”
Canon Naylor said that the in
fluence of the United States public
educational system has been strong
in Canada and that the U.S. system
is based on separation of church
and state, which has led to a sep
aration of church and school.
are
trality.”
In its stand against the remar
riage of divorced persons, the
meeting heard a plea from Arch
bishop P. Carrington of Quebec
that a recommendation of the
church's upper house, composed of
bishops, be adopted This would
provide for one exception—“where
a divorce was obtained when the
marriage could have heen annul
led.”
H. C. Farthing of Calgary, an at
torney and chancellor of the synod,
said the proposed remarriage of
divorced persons on the ground of
nullity were unworkable because
nadian provinces
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During a discussion on Protest
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which cordial relations can be fos
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