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Research Grant Given Marquette MILWAUKEE. Wise. (NC) The Marquette University School of Dentistry has received a grant of $24,000 from the Department of Health Education and Welfare to continue research projects al ready underway. At the same time university officials have announced that Mar quette was the only Catholic school included on a list oi 21 education al institutions accredited to tram dental hygenists. lhe accredita tion came from the Council on Dental Education of the American Dental Association. is Olebralpd 14.227 Feel in Sky PARIS (NC) The team of alpinists of the Anciens Chanteurs a la Croix de Bois was not to carry out its project of a Mass sung on the summit of Blanc, an altitude of 15,781 the highest point in Europe. AISCO AISCO AISCO AlSCO aisco Atsyr^ aisco aisco k AISCO AISCO AISCO AISCO AISCO AISCO AISCO AISCC AISCC AISCC AISCC AISCC able High Mont feet, sum The team had attained the mit led by guides from Chamonix. But winds ol more than 60 miles per hour prevented the climbers from remaining more than a few minutes at the top Mass was cele brated during the descent at lhe Vallot relugf at the still iemark able altitude of 14.227 feet. "We have never had Mass so close to Heaven." said the returning group of “Chanteurs —L-------------o----------------- Papal Encyclical Expected To Proclaim Marian Tear V ATICAN CITY (Radio. NC) —The official proclamation of the Marian Year to be observed throughout the world in 1954 will be through an Encvclical to he is sued by His Holiness Pope Pius XII. it has been learned. No definite date has been set for the publication of the document, but it is widely rumored to be around the middle oi this month. However, nothing is known so far to lend any substance to these ru mors. and it is recalled here that previous rumors put forth by cir cles claiming to be “in the know” have proved baseless. Hiroshima's Catholics Ask Prayers for Peace HIROSHIMA. Japan (NC) Catholics in this atom bombed city have called for a Crusade of Prayer for Peace. Through a Jesuit priest, Father Hubert Schiffer. S.J., Japanese Catholics who survived the holo caust in 1945 have asked Catholics the world over to join with them in a Perpetual Rosary Crusade for peace among all nations. VATICAN CITY (NO Vatican sources declared as "untrue” re ports the monks at St Bernard hos pice in the Alps will discontinue their work of mercy there. AISCO •. V7^5 Guaront»*d by*'* Good Hoowktepinj Evenings WA. 5516 —WA 8955 Shrines to the Blessed other -I Mr. Rotonda is conducting class es at three studios and has been teaching for the past seven years following his release from army. Complete information can be had by phoning DO 6647. Adv. Before you buy, be lure to see COMBINATIOM ■k WINDOWS and DOORS ok. AISCO 7" For FREE Estimate and Horn* Demonstration Call OUR LADY APPEARED WHERE The Blessed Mother appeared 18 times to St. Bernadette Soubir ous at Lourdes (above' in 1858. On the occasion of the last apparition the Blessed Virgin identified herself by saying: “I am the Immacu late Conception." To mark the centenary of the promulgation of the dogma of the Immaculate Conception, Catholics of the United States are beginning construction in 1954 of the Upper Church of the Na tional Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C. As Matters Stand Joe Brrig Says: Income Tax and Parents 1 haven't a thing in the world against doctors, lawyers, farmers, dentists, artists and other self employed persons. But I haven I a thing against k parents, either. Why does oui govern ment seem to have V something against parents? What I am talking about is tin The house ways and means asked the other day for sell employed lawyers, farmers committee w^s to do something persons -doctors, and the like. such groups ask Spokesmen for ed that they be allowed income tax deductions for payments they make to pension plans or retire ment plans. Uni is a par- A graduate from Capital versify's music school, he member of Christ the King __________ ish. Columhus.' In addition to teaching. Rotonda also sells new and used accord ions. all sizes. 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Somewhere along the line, some big-hearted Congress upped the ante to $600. n Michael Rotonda, accord io teacher with 2(1 year- ol experience in the field oi music, is now ac cepting students for private class es which will get undci way Feb. 2. Maybe the $100 increase made some slight sense al the time it was passed. l«rs then saving of $150 wouldn't child for a year, Ohio people to shouldn't help par themselves. ALL RIGHT. But something be done to ents not only to help hut to help America? an income a year for A parent is allowed tax deduction of $600 each dependent child. present tax a real sav- On most incomes, at rates, that amounts to ing of something like $150 to $200. Is there anybody who will deny that it costs many times that much nowadays to rear a boy or girl from infamy to young manhood or young womanhood that is to say, to American citizenship? A deduction of $600 for each child is piddling. It's almost an in sult to American lathers and moth ers. Dollars were still dol although even then a rear a or ev en come Today, the $600 deduction is lan lastically low. The deduction for each child ought to be raised tn at least $1,200, merely to put parents in lhe same position they were in when the $600 figure was lust adopted. the And even that wasn’t a position o throw your hat in the air about. A deduction oi $1,200 would meal), for most parents, a tax sav ing ol say, $300 or possibly $400 Anybody interested in trying to tear a faintly in a city for that amount It can't be done now adays. not if the youngsters arc to have lhe proper food, clothing, medical and dental care, and so on. Still, it would help And 1 think it s high tune Congress got around to doing some thinking about help ing parents. Without parents, there wouldn't be any America. W e spend fabulous sums on pro moling public health combatting juvenile delinquency, and that sort of thing. It would lie a lot cheapci in the long run to get down to the source and help fathers and mothers pro vide piopei environment lor their families. If you're in business or indus try oi most any kind ot enterprise, you can deduct tiom vour income tax $6 steaks, rounds of expensive drinks, night club and theater pai tic and even sillier things when you're entertaining “prospective customers 5 on can deduct Cadillacs. Pull mans and any other luxury you fancy, so long as they re in the “Imo of business.” 5 ou can bo merely a salaried employe sent out to show a “visit mg fireman" a good tune, and you can live like an oriental potentate as long as your constitution stand it can the the But the minute you open door ot your home, which is foundation of America and of ilization, you re the forgotten man Congress worries about everybody but you You're expected to carry the whole iutuie oi the nation on your back and for thanks you get a concession of something like $150 a year lor each of the youngsters who will make or break America tomorrow I propose that the Hou-e Ways and Means Committee give this matter a good big long think. THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, S E E E 12 5 1 953 News In Brief CINCINNATI In the past year, an estimated 50.000 persons in the Cincinnati area have begun—or re sumed—the wearing of the Brown Scapular, one of the most ed and most widespread tions to Mary. privileg of devo- of inter result of This rising groundswell est in lhe scapular is the a quiet but intensive campaign by members of the Third Order of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, the Cath olic War Veterans, the Legion Mary, and other groups, as well individual laymen and women. CINCINNATI Enrollment figures at the two archdiocesan seminaries, Mt. St. Mary's and St. Gregory's, are reported about the same as last year. Mt. St. Mary's has 273 students and St. Gregorys began the year with 290. ELYRIA A fire of undeter mined origin recently broke out in the vestibule of the newly decorat ed St. Agnes Church, causing age estimated at $5,000. dam- for CLEVELAND Except any hard-cover editions might be around, the Youngs town-trial book, “Down All Your Streets”, is not available— because apparently nobody wants it. The Cleveland library does not have any edition of the book in its main library catalogue. that YOUNGSTOWN launching in to an all-out war against peddlers of poisonous literature, Police Chief Edward J. Allen has begun a series of arrests that he claims are his only weapon in the long-stand ing battle over books in this Ohio city. Forbidden by Federal Court at Lourdes hutch Sending 200 Sick Children To Lourdes Shrine ROERMOND. Holland (NC) Catholics throughout Holland are awaiting with extraordinary inter est a special pilgrimage of 200 in curably sick Dutch children to the famed shrine of Our Lady of Lour des in France. It will take place from September 28 to October 5. First of its kind in lhe almost 100-year history of the world re nowned Marian shrine, the pilgrim age will be under the auspices of the Limburg section of the Nation al Association for Pilgrimages. of as Taking part in the children s pil grimage—it will be made up of youngsters from one to 15—will be 69-year-old Bishop Joseph Lem mens of Roermond. who is often spoken of in Holland as “Our Lady's Bishop” The sick children will bring with them to Lourdes petitions also from other ailing youngsters These “let ters to Our Lady” will be placed io the Lourdes grotto during the pilgrimage exercises. Meanwhile. 600.000 Dutch Ca tholic schoolchildren, led by 17.000 teachers, will offer dailv prayers on behalf of the 200 children, and the thousands of other invalid boys and girls throughout Holland who can go to Lourdes only in spirit. It was reported here that author ities in Lourdes have hailed the children's pilgrimage with much enthusiasm and have promised ev ery possible cooperation. injunction to continue his “cold war” against obscene pocket-size books, the Police Chief opened fire on individual books with an arrest and prosecution campaign. Ine tirms usteo heie deserve tc be remembered when you are dt* tributmg vour patronage 'n these different lines of business Beads Contain Water FROM THE Miraculous Fountain Lourdes water, to help you gain special favors, deepen your understanding of the Rosary and Our Blessed Mother! Motion pictures, articles, HOW TH( MIRACLE HAPPENED! A vision of A Lovely Lady appeared to Bernadette as she was searching for firewood. The Lady ordered Bernadette to dig. The little girl did dig and a fresh, cool spring came bubbling up out of the ground. Sick people who bathed in this water grew well and many of the blind could see again! “Build here,” said the Lovely Lady, “a great church. And tell people to pray and do penance and walk in processions.” This was done and soon the wonderful Shrine of Lourdes was built. The Spring is still there at Lourdes, France and is visited by millions of pilgrims from all over the world! N«v«r Never Before a Rosary Like This! The special water-filled beads are made of clear, transparent poly styrene plastic, so that you not only FEEL the beads but actually SEE the water inside. These three special beads are made slightly larger than the other beads of the Rosary so that a generous supply of Lourdes water could be sealed in! The Rosary itself is a master piece of elegance. It is exquisitely cut with scintillating flame polished, simulated crystal beads. Linked together with tarnish proof metal chain. Beautifully crafted drooping head Corpus is on brilliant metal cross. Attractively packaged in plastic jewel Gift Box on royal blue velvet. Your choice of Diamond Clear Beads, Sapphire Blue Beads or Black Ebony Beads. Only $4.98 postpaid. Send No Money Examine Rosary FREE For 10 Days! You must see, feel, examine, OWN this magnificent, “Lourdes” Rosary. Only a limited supply of precious Lourdes water is available so we urge you to act quickly. Send no money now. Simply mail the coupon, stating color of beads you desire. On arrival, pay only $4.98 for each Rosary, plus small C.O.D. and handling charges. Or, to save delivery charges send remittance with the coupon. You must be completely delighted or return it within 10 days for full refund. For prompt action we will include ABSOLUTELY FREE, a fascinat ing little folder, “The Miracle At Lourdes.” Mail the coupon NOW! THE INSPIRATION GUILD Heads Committee feL* Archbishop John F. Noll, Bishoo of Fort Wayne, Chairman of the Episcopal committee for the Na tional Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C., Catholics will erect the Upper Church of the Shrine in 1954 to mark the centenary of the pro mulgation of the dogma cf the Immaculate Conception. The Bishops of the United States are conducting a nation-wide appeal to raise funds for this work. In most parts of the United States the Appeal will be held on Sun day, December 6. UNIONTOWN, Pa. (NO Close to 60.000 persons joined in lhe 12-day annual pilgrimage to the Shrine of Our Lady ot Per petual Help here. IMAGINE PRAYING TO OUR BLESSED MOTHER AND ACTUALLY TOUCHING BEADS CONTAINING WATER FROM THE THE EXACT PLACE WHERE ST. BERNADETTE SAW THE VISION OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARYI MAGINE actually holding in your hand, touching with your fingers, beads con taining water from the Miraculous Foun tain at Lourdes, France the exact place where St. Bernadette saw the Vision of Our Blessed Mother! The 2nd, 3rd, and 4th (Hail Mary) beads of this unusual new Rosary actually contain water from the Fountain at Lourdes. You actually SEE the water itself permanently sealed in the transparent plastic beads! You’ll feel closer than ever to the Blessed Virgin Mary when you say this Rosary because Our Blessed Mother created the Spring from which this water was taken! Now YOU can say this special Rosary, with 3 beads filled wifh graces, blessings, to bring you closer to _________________ _______ plays, stories, radio programs—all have brought to millions of every faith the heart warming story of little Bernadette and her Vision of the Holy Lady. WHAT HELP DO YOU NEED? initial Procession For Peace Held DENNISON lhe annual Proces sion for Peace was held here Sun day. Sept. 20. The annual event, promoted by Immaculate Concep tion Church, is an expression of public reverence lor the Mother of God. to celebrate the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary into Heaven, and serves as a prayer pe titioning the powerful intercession of the Blessed Mother to her Di vine Son for Peace in the world. The procession followed the High Mass at 11:00 a. m. at Im maculate Conception. Father Hugh Gilbert celebrant. F- Mt* Era iZ* The Gift of a lifetime! Especially For: Mother's Day Father's Day laved Ones in Service Easter Christmas Holy Days Birthdays Anniversaries October Month of the Rosary First Holy Communion Confirmation Weddings Graduations St. Valentine's Day DePf-CAT~-9' 10 West 33rd Stret'New York'N'Y Blessed Virgin the Dennison of lhe solemn A statute of the was crowned church at the end procession. A rosary was recited during the procession and the St. Mary’s choir sang hymns dedicated to the Mother of God. The statue al MIRACULOUS SPRING CREATED BY HOLY MARYI I I Brother Gibhoney Note At Fordham Brother Joseph Gibboney. C.S.C., a former member of SI. Thomas parish in Columhus, will begin graduate studies at Fordham Uni versity in New York leading to a Master's Degree in Social Service. At the completion of the course he will be assigned to one of the sev eral Boys’ Homes operated Congregation ot the Holy Notre Dame. Ind. Egan-Ryan NERAL DIRECTORS list i ui«ttu» ha* un by the Cross, gradu Brother Gibboney was ated from Notre Dame University in August of 1952 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Education. For the past 18 months he has heen teaching at St. Edwards High. Lakewood. was placed on a floral float by the Fourth Degree Knights of Colum bus who acted as guards of honor. A day long celebration followed the ceremonies at the church. NEARLY AN ACRE OF PRIVATE PARKING Patent Pending Churches! Church Groups! Dealers! Organizations! Schools! Hospitals! Write For Special Prices! 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