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Bishops To Investigate New Yugoslav Violence TRIESTE (NC) Faced with new acts of violence against Yugoslavia’s Bishops, Catholic circles in Zagreb re portedly are weighing an appeal to the American hierarchy and the National Catnolic Welfare Conference to send a del egation to Yugoslavia to investigate the situation. Othei unconfirmed reports state that His Eminence Aloysius Car dinal Stcpinac has called a special meeting ol the Yugoslav Bishops to consider steps necessary to protect their personal security and ensure their freedom. Cardinal Stepinac is being held in virtual confine ment in his native village of Krasic and the communist regime pre vents him from exercising his du ties as Archbishop of Zagreb. Bishop Menaced The latest report of attacks on prelates concern Bishop Charles Celik, Apostolic Administrator of Benjaluka. During a Confirmation tour he vas twice menaced by mobs who threatened to hang him. Some reports say that the Bishop was forced to go into hiding. 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Sandusky Ph 62203 News Dealers BRINING NEWS CO. 12 W Vine St. Newspapers Magazines Cigars Cigarettes Tobacco WASHER SALES YOUR OLD WASHER is worth more on a new Maytag at SIMMONS STORE Phone 47 Danville, O. Presumably the demonstrations against Bishop Celik arose, like those against other Bishops, from his opposition to the iegime-spon sored priests’ association which has been condemned by the Holy See and the Yugoslav hierarchy. Bish op elik was reportedly twice of fered the presidency ot that asso ciation. Reports reaching here state that the faithful in Dalmatia and Croat ia are ottering shelter to Bishops menaced by communist-inspired mob violence. The attacks on Bish op Celik are at least the fifth in stance reported in recent weeks of Bishops being menaced. Others concerned Bishops Michael Punic ot Hvar. Cyril Banic. Apostolic Ad ministrator of Sibenik diocese, Francis Franic. Auxiliary of Split, and Joseph Pavlisic of Senj. According to a report from the Trieste correspondent of The Standard. Irish Catholic weekly, communist authorities went to great lengths to prevent Yugoslav Catholics from meeting Clement Atlee. former British premier, dur ing his recent visit to Yugoslavia. The report stated that a sister ot imprisoned Bishop Peter Cule ot Mostar was arrested when com munistss heard that she planned to present a petition to Mr. Atlee ask ing his intervention on behalf ol her brother. A few days before Mr. Atlee's ar rival in Dubrovnik (Ragusa) many local Catholics were arrested, the correspondent reported, and held until after his departure. Similar actions were taken in Slovenia where many parish priests from villages through which Mr. Atlee was expected to pass were asked on that particular day to report to police. All in all, tne Standard correspondent wrote. “Ti to’s authorities did everything to prevent Mr. Atlee learning the truth about the persecution of re ligion in Croatia and Slovenia.” UNITED REFRIGERATOR SERVICE 581 W. Town St. MA. 4231 Frigidaire and Tyler Refrigeration Equipment Sales and Service MT. VERNON LYNDE'S MARKET Mt. Vernon, Ohio The Commercial & Savings Bank Insured Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Danville 34 Danville. Ohio NORTHSIDE MANOR REST HOME Central Ohio'# Moat Modern Home For The Convalescent and Chronic Patienta. 24 HOUR NURSING SERVICE Lucile M. Van Nostrand. Director Avalon Rd. 61912 Round Hill Farm There Is A Difference Ln Milk Homogenized Vitamin Milk For Home Delivery Phone Q021 Mt. Vernon. Ohio iSI I Patronize these reputable merchants who make pos sible a Mt. Vernon Section in the Diocesan Catholic Press. ACME SANITATION ROTO ROOTER SERVICE for sewer and drain lines. Srptie tanka, sanitary vault# and cistern# cleaned. Free estimates. CHAS. F. HAWK Ph. 22170. Rt. t. Mt. Vernon Compliments For Japan Flood Victims The Tokyo Council of Catholic Men makes a contribution for the victims of the flood stricken area of Kyushu, Japan. Left to right are: Pfc. Robert J. Reilly, of West Chester, Pa., AG Postal Section, USAFFE Major Albert Weber, Saulsalito, Calif. Billetting Section, USAFFE Mr Seijiro Yoshizawa, former Minister to Canada Arch bishop Peter Doi of Tokyo Pvt. Henry C. Mayer, Louisville, Ky., Tokyo Chapel Center and Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas Quinn, of Cambridge, Mass., Tokyo Chapel Center. US Army photo. Philippines HNS Begins War on Indecent Print MANILA—(NC)—The Holy Name Society of the Philip pines has opened a national drive against indecent literature at a huge rally held in the gymnasium of the Far Eastern University here. The main talk of the rally was delivered by former Justice Luis P. Torres. He said that as the bulk ot the filthy literature is aimed primarily at high school and col lege students, it is only fitting that the main force of resistance to this widespread indecency should come from the same body of stu dents. Mr. Torres is at present the chairman of President Quirino’s In tegrity Board, a group appointed to investigate charges made against public officials. He branded as “criminal indif ference” the apathy of many pub lic officials who have so far ignor ed Catholic demands for the sup pression of indecent literature. Adopt Manifesto A manifesto adopted by the Holy Name Society declared that “never in the history of the Philippines have the youth of our land been WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS Currant Return Accounts Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street Curfman Heating & Air Conditioning LENNOX Gas Furnaces REPUBLIC Gas Burners BRYANT Gas Furnaces 1 N. Main 32911 PAYb TO USF THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Jewell Ice Cream & Milk Co. 9 N. Sandusky—Mt. Vernon HOMOGENIZED MILK PASTEURIZED Ice Cream Butter College Cheese Telephone 21245 Hadley’s Furniture and Appliances 28 East Gambier Street Across The Street From The A & Market Archbishop Of Valladolid Appointed THE A 1 II O I 1 I E S FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 4 1953 so much exposed to the most ob scene, salacious, pornographic lit erature as now. It is being distrib uted to our unwary teen-agers, and sold in book stores and news stands, side by side with decent books and magazines.” The manifesto appealed to all re ligious and civic societies in the country to unite with the Holy Name Society in a determined ef fort to wipe out indecent literature in the Philippines. Prior to the Holy Name rally, the Director of Public Schools sent a memorandum to all teachers to ex ercise vigilance against the infiltra tion of indecent literature into the schools. Meanwhile the Director of Customs issued a memorandum to all personnel in port areas to be on guard against efforts to smug gle in such literature from incom ing foreign ships. VATICAN CITY—NC Bishop Jose Garciay Goldaraz of Orihuela (Spain) has been named Arch bishop of Valladolid, it has been announced here. He succeeds Archbishop Antonio Garcia y Gar cia, who died last May 16 at the age of 72. The new' Archbishop is 60 years old and was created a Bishop in 1944. CLASSIFIED SECTION 20c per line Send Ade To P. O. Box 63b Cnlumhua 16 O BANKING SERVICE Complete Banking Service The Campbell National Bank Phone 77 LaRue. Ohio Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp. BEAUTY SHOPS Neva Grace Beauty Shop Dial 2-0902 639 N Prospect ___ BUSINESS COURSES NEW CLASSES EVERY WEEK, MARION BUSINESS COLLEGE. Write to THE REGISTRAR. Mar ion Business College. 133 W Center Marion._Ohiq Dry Cleaner* HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS 288 E. 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Both reported they had been jailed by the communists on June 23. 1952. on charges of promot ing the I-egion of Mary, denounced by the Reds as “a counter-revolu tionary organization.” The priests were stationed in Peihsien at the time of their ar rests. Father Courchesne had been in China since 1928 and had been interned in a Japanese concentra tion camp during the war. Father Brossard went to China in 1934 to complete his studies and was or da.ned at Shanghai in 1940. Prior to being transferred to Peihsien 1948, he had taught at the Hsin Hsin Middle School in Shanghai. Asked how long they were in jail, the priests replied "409 days, or 13 months and 14 days.” They said they were kept in solitary confinement for 380 days and then moved to Tsinan for 23 days of im prisonment there. They added that they were taken Jdefore a judge in Tsinan and ordered expelled from the country after refusing to con fess to “counter-revolutionary ac tivities.” Fathers Courchesne and Bross ard were kept in jail until a mes senger returned from Suchow with their fare Father Courchesne said he had been accused also of being a spy for the United States, be cause of letters he had sent to Bishop Philip Cote. S.J.. of Suchow. who was expelled by the commun ists in July. o------------------ Show Increase Of 29% In Year TAIPEI. Formosa—(NO The number of Catholics*in the Arch diocese of Taipei has increased during the year ending July 30. by 959 and now stands at 5.827. In cluded in this increase of about 20 per cent are 744 adult baptisms. The total population of the area is about 2.500,000. hence not even three persons out of each thou sand are Catholics. The number of priests working in the archdiocese has risen dur ing the past year from 46 to slight ly over 100. It is hoped that with this substantial increase in the number of priests the work of propagating the Faith will make considerable progress. To aid the understaffed arch diocese. which is headed by Arch bishop Joseph Kuo. many mission aries ousted from Red China have volunteered. The number of priests of the Chinese Congregation of the Disciples of the Lord, who staff the archdiocese, it pitifully small. The Jesuits, with 42 priests, rep resent the largest group in the clergy, followed by the Francis cans with 14. There are also Sales ians, Canrillians. Maryknollers. Canons Regular of St. Bernard and members of other religious socie ties working in the archdiocese. MARION These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this section as a guide when buying. LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service CODY HARTMAN, O»n«r 28 year’s experience. Free estimate*. 306 Belmont. Dial 2-7472 evenings MOVING—STORAGE—PACKING MARION CARTAGE Local and coast-to-coast moving. Low independent rates. Agent. 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In the beginning, each Missionary Society decided to which part of the world it would go to dig for souls. After a while, because certain acres were neglected, the Church de cided to unify all under the Propagation of the Faith. It also decided that help should be made available to all Missions, in all places, in a unified way. The Church then built its reser voir which it called “The Society for the Propagation of the Faith”. It is a Pontifical Society because it is under the Holy Fa ther Himself. The Church, however, did not do' away with the right of each Society to seek the aid it need ed to tram its own missionaries. On the contrary, not only did the Church encourage this, but in a motherly way, told them in which areas of the world they would work. Many of our good Catholic people have their own favorite Missionary Society perhaps it is a Society which concentrates on schools and colleges in the Missions: maybe it is one that helps lepers, or that specializes in Africa, or that originated here in America, or that teaches boys crafts and trades. Which ever it be, the Lord will bless anyone for being their special friends. But the Holy Father, knowing that no one Missionary Society helps any other, has to have His own Society, to unify mission work, assign missionaries their territories, and assure as far as possible, equal aid. As boys in a family may keep the gifts they receive from friends, there still has to be a father over the fam ily to see that all are provided for, and that no one is unaided. This role the Holy Father plays as head of His Society for the Propagation of the Faith. He is the central reservoir. His So ciety for the Propagation of the Faith throughout the Catholic world collects sacrifices for Him which he dispenses to mission aries in His superior knowledge as Head of the Church. SHOPPERS GUIDE _____________ SHOES__________ Smart & Waddell GOOD SHOES for nearly 50 years 137 E. Center 118 S. Mein TELEVISION SERVICE Television Antennas RONALD W ARNDT 269 E. Walnut Dial 3-8490 evening# Tile Bath Room Tile Work of All Kinds Call or Write for Free Estimate H. K. AND R. M. STONER FINDLAY MANTEL and TILE CO. 116 W. Front St. Findley, O. Phone f470 TIRES Budget Terms Available HARRUFF TIRE STORE 194 S Main St., Phone 2-0054 The Diamond Store of Marion MAY’S DIAMONDS WATCHES Marion’s Oldest Jewelers The Curtain Shop 142 S. Main Phone 2-2068 ALL Your Window Needs God Love You------------------ Society for Propagation Of Faith Insures Aid for All --------------by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen What is The Society for the Propagation of the Faith? Sup pose we follow the example of Our Blessed Lord and explain it in the form of a parable. When a village or a city be gins, almost everyone has his own well to supply wa ter for his own table. But as life becomes more complex, in order to in sure water for all, the city gov ernment plans a reservoir, runs water through the city streets, and makes it available to all. When, for example, you send a sacrifice to your Diocesan Di rector, or to us as National Di rector, we cannot decide wheth er to send it to India or Africa. The sacrifice does not belong to u»—it belongs to the Church officially. It belongs to the Holy Father. Can you not see why we are so proud of being Directors of the Holy Father's Missions, working directly for the Holy Fa ther and through Him helping all the Mission Societies of the world? GOD LOVE YOU to B.S. who sent $500 to the Holy Father s Missions ... to W.H.W. for $30. "This money represents $1 saved on my weekly salary for the last thirty weeks.” ... to A.L. "Another $3 collected by re turning empty bottles on which there is a deposit for the Mis sions.” ... to G.B.B. “Enclosed is my $2 bill collection amount ing to $28 for a favor received from Our Blessed Mother.” Make a little sacrifice out of your savings to help some souls, and God will have mercy on your own. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of The Soci ety for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 East 38th Street. New York 16x. New York, or your Diocesan Director, Rev e e n James Kulp, 246 East Town St., Columbus 16. Ohio. o------------------ SITTING TIGHT You cannot get to heaven on a contour chair. AMBULANCE SERVICE Mart Xilynn Ph. 2-3021 BUILDING MATERIALS Pat's Tru-Line Blox PRE-CAST CONCRETE CO. Di#l 2-8331 BUSINESS EQUIPMENT Office equipment for jour inspection and selection in our new Annex. 836 Sixth. 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