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Interracial Council Cites
Two For Hoey Awards
NEW YORK (NC) A Negro public school official and
a white industrialist have been named as the 1953 recipients of
the James J. Hoev Awards for Interracial Justice, it has been
announced here by the Catholic Interracial Council.
Named for the awards are:
John B. King of Brooklyn. N. Y..
assistant superintendent of schools
of New York City the first Negro
to hold that post and Joseph J.
Morrow of Stamford. Conn., per
sonnel dicetor of Pinney-Bowes,
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Council, his family founded the
Hoey Awards, which have been be
stowed annually since 1942 by the
Catholic Interracial Council on two
Catholic laymen, one white and the
other colored, who are adjudged to
have made outstanding contribu
tions during the year to the cause
of interracial justice.
The two silver medals are con
ferred each year on the Feast of
Christ the King, which this year
falls on October 25. The presenta
tion ceremonies will be held in the
Carroll Club here.
Mr. King entered the New Y’ork
public school system as a teacher
in 1928. In 1940 he was promoted
to principal and had charge of the
largest public elementary school in
the city. For many years, he has
been active in school-community
projects for bettering human rela
tions. He is a board member of the
Urban League of Greater New
Y’ork: organizer of the Brooklyn
School-Community League and in
1949 and '50 served as first vice
president of the New Y’ork Prin
cipals Association.
Married in 1933, Mr. King is the
father of two daughters. Joan and
Lynne. The kings are members of
Holy Rosary parish in Brooklyn.
Mr. Morrow, an alumnus of Wor
chester (Mass.) Polytechnic Insti
tute and Massachusetts Institute of
Technology, is vice president of the
Stamford. Conn.. Urban League and
a member of the Stamford Red
Cross board of directors. He is
treasurer of the Negro Community
Center and vice president of the
Connecticut Personnel Association.
He has contributed articles to a
number of publications on indus
trial relations practices and the in
tegration of Negroes into indus
try. He has spoken frequently at
universities and before social work
organizations and interracial
groups.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrow have two
sons. The older. Richard, is study
ing tor the priesthood at St. Ber-
nard's Seminary, Rochester, N. Y’.,
and the younger, Neil, is a sopho
more at Fairfield University.
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France Awaits
Decision On
Priest-Workers
PARIS -(NC)—French Catholics
are still awaiting further action re
garding the future of their coun
try’s priest worker movement, now
being investigated by the Holy See.
It is expected that the movement
will be the main topic discussed
by the Assembly of French Cardin
als and Archbishops at its annual
meeting here which begins Oct. 14.
The decision may follow the meet
ing.
The movement recently became
a prominent issue when the Vati
can forbade the training of French
seminarians as priest-worker*. Lat
er. His Eminence Jule- Cardinal
Saliege, Archbishop of Toulouse,
had warned against certain abuses
in the priest-workers’ movement.
Since then, the Papal Nuncio to
France, Archbishop Paul Marella,
has conferred with Bishops in
Paris, Lyons and Toulouse. Accord
ing to a number of newspapers, he
has given them a Vatican order to
recall all priest-workers under
their jurisdictions from their jobs.
No official statements, however,
have as yet been released concern
ing the conferences.
Meanwhile, their Eminences
Maurice Cardinal Feltin, Archbi
shop of Paris, and Adhille Cardinal
Lienart, Bishop of Lille, have ad
mitted the need for correcting
certain of the movement s errors.
But, they claim, stopping the move
ment now would be misunderstood
by many workers and have an un
favorable psychological effect.
The two Cardinals are expected
to leave for Rome after the Assem
bly’s meeting to present their case
to the Holy See.
Speaking to the priests of his di
ocese at their recent retreat, Card
inal Feltin told them that "priest
workers need our prayers and af
fection more than our criticism.’’
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Sav Cardinal's
Auxiliary Is
Jailed by Reds
LONDON —(Radio, NC)— The
Polish communist regime has ar
rested Bishop Anton Baraniak,
Auxiliary of Gniezno, according
to a report published here.
The arrest followed the banish
ment of His Eminence Stefan Car
dinal Wyszynski, the primate of
Poland and Archbishop of Gneizno
and Marsaw, the report stated.
Consecrated a Bishop in July
1951, Bishop Baraniak accompani
ed Cardinal Wyszynski to Rome
two years ago when the Primate
paid a visit to the Holy See. The
Bishop served as the Primale’s
secretary at the time, a post he
had also held with the late August
Cardinal Hlond. the former Polish
Primate. With his consecration.
Bishop Baraniak became Cardinal
Wyszynski s AuxiIiary.
The arrest of Bishop Baraniak
brings to ten the number of Bish
ops whom the Polish regime now
holds in jail or has otherwise im
peded from exercising their office.
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Austrian Bishops
Ask for Changes
In Marriage Law
VIENNA In an effort to halt
grave moral dangers, the Austrian
Bishops have asked for revision of
a law which deprives widows draw
ing a state pension of such bene
fits in case they remarry.
If nothing should be done, the
Bishops warn, they may be forced
to consider steps contravening the
existing state laws which make a
civil marriage obligatory before a
religious marriage ceremony1 is per
formed.
The request of the Bishops was
submitted to lhe Austrian govern
ment in a letter signed by Coadju
tor-Archbishop Franz Jachym of
Vienna, who is secretary of the
Austrian Bishops’ conference. The
letter points out that the existing
regulations cause many widows—
particularly young war widows—
to live in concubinage. Others, the
Bishops say, who are too conscien
tious to enter an illicit union, are
compelled to remain single lor the
rest of their lives because they
cannot find a prospective husband
w ho earns enough to man y a worn
an who has no income of her own.
Therefore, the letter continues,
the existing law should either be
repealed or revised so as not to
deprive a remarried widow of her
pension unless her and her hus
band s combined income exceeds
the minimum subsistence level.
If the Stale should fail to rem
edy a truly intolerable situation,
the letter says, the Bishops would
regard it as their duty to consider
further steps, regardless of the re
sulting conflict with existing state
marriage laws. They would have to
instruct priests to examine, in ac
cordance with Church laws, each
case cf a pensioned widow desir
ing to remarry and not to refuse
nuptial blessing in cases where
they find that loss of the pension
would entail real hardship for the
woman or make her marriage im
possible.
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Kretske disclosed that he had a
number of masterpiece paintings
to sell for $40,000. (The paintings,
experts have said are "priceless”
but for the purposes of the crim
inal court procedure a valuation
“in excess of $5,000 each” was
placed upon the paintings.)
Lafitte told the court that he
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Again, the Guild* of the Hospital and Home are extending a cordial invitation to the public to visit
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All proceed* from the affair go to the institution. Pictured above, shaping final plan* are, left to right,
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Modern Lafitte Helps
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CHICAGO iXC) Mystery’s mantle was lifted from
the “ship’s steward. who was arrested with two other men
and charged with the thett ot nine priceless oil paintings from
old St. Joseph's Cathedral in Bardstown. Kv.
At the trial of the two men here, the “ship's steward” dis
closed himself as a man with the
romantic name of Jean Pierre La
fitte who was a gatherer of infor
mation for the Federal Bureau of
Investigation. The name sake of
the famous New Orleans pirate.
patriot and smuggler appeared in
Federal Court here and testified
for the prosecution in the widely
publicized painting theft case.
On trial are two former law en
forcement agent*. Norton' I. Kret
ske. onetime Assistant U.S. Attor
ney here, and Joseph De Pietro,
erstwhile court bailiff.
In a thick French accent. La
fitte told the following cloak-and
dagger story:
He journeyed to New Y’ork and
registered at a hotel under the
name of “Gus Manoleti.” He wait
ed until he received a phone call
from Chicago asking him to come
there and do "business” with a
man who had a "hot” picture. He
took a plane to Chicago, where he
contacted Kretske and De Pietro.
wc taken on »eveiai auto rides to
see the art treasures and that the
final ride ended in a downtown
Chicago parking lot. with the paint
ings the car. At this point. La
fitte said he gave a prearranged
signal which brought in a group of
FBI agents, who arrested the de
fendants and confiscated the paint
ings.
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