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1953 6—THE CATHOLIC Friday, Oct. 23. 555 W. Broad St FLETCHER 155$ Patronize OE3O O TASTEE FOOD SHOP 220 E. Norwich Av*. WE DELIVER UN. 5550 Jimmy Flynn Prop. Bearded. Tattered less Mission Society. He Knows Your Food Needs Best HOLY ROSARY PARISH Doyle's Market 1183 LEONARD AVENUE QUA1JTY FOODS Yt Deliver FA. 5115 SACRED HEART O CI O OE3O Pfeifer's Market 1184 N. Fourth St Columbus. O.2 Pair Ousted hv Reds After Eighteen Months in Prison BY FATHER MARK TENNIEN (Correspondent, N.C.W.C. N*w» Service) HONG KONG Two bearded, tattered, prison-weary men arrived here from Red China looking more like tramps than priests. Expelled after 18 months in prison they told a story' of end interrogations, dirt, vermin, sleepless nights, hours of agonizing thirst and gnawing hunger. The missionaries, both of whom had about 15 years service in the Teng-Feng mission of I^oyang dio cese. were Fathers Giovanni Ur ban! and Giovanni Battista Collim. Italian priests of the Parma For- WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS G1 Current Return I /Q Account* 4a Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Str**t Your Parish Grocer HOLY NAME FINE FOODS Patterson Ave. Market 121 E Pattorson Av*. LAwndal* 0620 KEELEY'S FOOD SHOPPE 789 791 W. Town Street FL. 3276 Columbus, O. If you haven't boon reading the want ad», you hove been losing money. Read them and profit. ST. JAMES THE LESS NICK CUA'S Market 884 Oakland Park Av*. ^Columbus 11, O. JE. 8141* *.%%%%%-»i?.***.*.**’k*'»'^***.*»%N*.*a%: colorful casual luxury in 4 WEILBACHER’S (Jo kun bus. Ohio AD. 5761 Open Monday* 8:30 A. M. to 9 P. M. Tuesday thru Saturday 8 30 A. M. 5.30 M. PARKING IN REAR Dcibhing and debonair* wh*r*ver you ar* in thi» cosmo- .. out in the clitan coat country or in from the country. Magnificent shag fleece fashioned with row after row of expensive stitch**, front and back. Deep cuffs carry ♦he them* to k**p you in stitches. Radiant shade* Sues 8 to 16 $39.95 Arriving here the same day was Father Maurice de l^auzon, a French Jesuit, who was forced out after almost 20 years in China. The Italian missionaries related that restrictions on the priests were gradual when the communists first took over the area. Later came house arrest and finally imprison ment without trial. They were kept in solitary confinement for six months and for one year in a gen eral prison. Guards Exprass Sorrow But prison life had, some conso lations, the priests related. They were allowed and even called upon for medical work and other assist ance for the prisoners. When they w ere sion. their finally sentenced to expul even the guards expressed sorrow.* They were brought out before the people for a “public trial.” Though the people had been re hearsed for the joined with only to the charges. The that at least 99 out for them because of able work and their friendliness with the people. The accusations read out after three hours ot “public trial” were: 111 They had killed 36 people in their hospital and injured 64 others by faulty treatment. (2) They gave out adulterated medicines. (3) They exported four curios from China 4i They worked against the "hide pendent Church orated against ('hina. Accusation meetings were or ganized against him many times. Finally there was an exhibition oi evidence of his crimes held in the city and two days after that he was brought up (or a “public trial.” He was due to be expelled the fol lowing day but the police informed him that his crimes did not qualify for expulsion. They added that since he had no valid residence permit, they would not be respon sible for his piotection This meant that the people would continue their accusation meetings to force him out and so Father de l^uizon requested an exit permit. He was accompanied by lhe police to the train for Hong Kong Tai Chow is now without a priest, he said he neighboring Chinese priest is unable to go there be cause the Tai Chow mission is oc cupied by the “patriotic commit tee.” There are still three Chinese nuns there but they are unable to do any mission work. For Newspaper PATERSON, N.J. s/.- accusations, they feeble assent Fathers said of 100 were their charit- 5) They collab- as “imperialist spies” the ‘‘trial’’ they were to the train and escorted brought to Ixiwu, the Hong Kong border. Restricted to City Although their isolation kept them from exact news, they said that Bishop Assuero Bassi of Loy ang, an Italian, three priest one Brother nt foreign nationality were still in Ixyang. ed that one of their Chinese priest, was in ing manacles. and They report confreres, a prison wear- the French he was re- Father de Teuton, Jesuit, reported that stricted to the city and religious services were curtailed soon after the communists “liberated” his mission area of Tai how. Kiang.su, in 1948 Pater son’s Bishop Janies A. McNulty has made arrangements with The Ad locate, Newark archdiocese news paper, to serve his diocese with the first edition scheduled for next January, it has been announced here. Father ^*r! J. Wolsin, with offices in the Paterson Chancery Building, will serve as the Paterson edition editor. Dr. Manuel Ordonez, a Buenos Aires attorney, was arrested the day after he returned home from a tour of Europe and the I mted Stales. In Europe he had studied the organization of the Christian democratic parties in various coun tries. While in the United States Mr. Ordonez expressed the hope that he could strengthen a Christian democratic movement in Argen tint. The exact motive for the arrest is not known. But it i* recalled that Mr. Ordunez once served as legal counsel for Lu Prensa, prom inent daily paper taken over by the I'eron regime. The stocky, blond-haired, blue eyed lawyer was one of the leaders of the Organization of the Chris tian Democrats of America found ed here in 1949. Hie purpose of the organization is to study and oftei solutions to the economic so rial, moral and political problems ol I atm America in the light of Christian democratic principles, he movement is composed of a tholic lay leaders from Argentina. Brazil. Chile, Colombia, Peru and Uruguay. Christian democratic parties now exist in two of these countries Irr Chile the party is known as the Christian Democratic Falange Chile. In Uruguay it is known the Civic I nion Party. (A protest against the arrest Mr. Ordonez has been sent to the &n^a/YL€ipwli rffniHleA you t& tfie BnglisI) err ftrio* zr, tr-i L' fi- rr rfj SUPERB SERVICE CENTRAL LOCATION EXTRA CONVENIENCES INDIANAPOLIS INDIANA Miah.—The BURDlCK HOTEL Mttk—Tb. COLUMBIA HOTEL Nm^viIU. Tmm.—Tka CLARKSTON HOTEL Prison-Weary Missionaries Tell Of Vermin, Torture Origin of Miraculous Medal In 1830, th* Bl****d Virgin Mary appeared to Sister Catherine Labour* in th* chap«l of th* Sisters of Charity at 140 Rue du Bac, Paris. Around the Virgin was a halo in which could be read the words: course have a known years before the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception was promul gated. In 1954, the centenary year of the promulgation, Catholics of the United States will begin the Upper Church of the great National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D. C. To raise funds for this work, the Bishops ar* conducting an Appeal, which will be held in most parts of the United States Sunday, Dec. 6. Catholic Partv In Argentina MONTEVIDEO, A leader of the era tic movement been arrested by the Peron regime "O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have r* to th**." Th* Virgin instructed St. Catherine Labour* to medal struck bearing this inscription. It has sine* become as th* Miraculous Medal. These apparitions took plac* 24 Christian Demo More (Catholic Poles Nabbed By Commies BONN, Germany—(NC) Mass arrests, coming in the wake of the ouster from office of His Eminence Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, have thinned the ranks of Poland's top Catholic priests and laymen, the German Catholic News Agency here reported. These arrests, Berlin dispatches indicated, occurred about the time that Auxiliary Bishop Anton Bar aniak of Gniezno was seized by the communist polic#, presumably in connection with the publication abroad of the joint memorandum in which the Polish Hierarchy charg ed the Warsaw regime with “a mad will to destroy the Catholic Church.” The Germany agency (KNA) esti mates that some 2.500 priests and prominent lay people have been tossed into Red concentration camps and emergency prisons since the arrest ol the Cardinal. The agency stated that two spe cial concentration vamps have been set up to hold the large number arrested. It is said about 50 priests have been imprisoned^ in one camp at Lublin. In addition lo the priests, the Red police arrested 2.000 lead ing Catholic laymen and some 400 students, the agency said. (Informed sources in Rome stat ed that Cardinal Wyszynski, the Polish Primate, expected his ar rest and told this to sohie of his friends not long before the com muuist police seized him and spir ited him away from his Warsaw residence.) of as 1 •w Peron regime by the Christian Democratic Union of Central Eu rope. of Want ads save time and money, ---------------God Love You-------------- an ap the the I first Did ou Forget? Last Sunday Was Mission Sunday Remember me? YOU DON’T? Well, that means you didn’t re member that last Sunday was MISSION SUNDAY. Of course. I rememb e e e a use the Mission Sun day Envelope was “my little job”. (Who but an angel and a sacrifice could get inside envelope'.*) peared on outside of envelope, lighting up all the im portant facts about The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. For instance, DID YOU KNOW: —that the Society with the aid of your sacrifice helps 1,100, 000.000 pagans? —that it is the Holy Father’s own Society for aiding the mis sions? —that if you give up a 10-cent, 10-dollar or 100-dollar pleasure and slip the money in the en velope with me, you will di rectly help 60,000.000 aged, sick and orphans? —that even if you r*fu»* to help, the Holy Father still mud find some means of supporting 219 leprosaria, 1.900 orphanages, 1,200 hospitals, 3,400 dispen saries. 280 homes for the aged, 51,100 schools an’ 100.000 mis sionaries? —that there are 630 areas of the world where the Church needs help desperately, and if you ga\e $6.30, a penny would rep resent your charity lor Christ in each place? —that if you have been praying for favor and receiving no answer, maybe you are just ASKING? Many people who have promised to aid The So ciety for lhe Propagation of the Faith to save souls have had their prayers answered. —that of the ten lepers who were cured, only one came back to thank Our Lord? Count your blessings but not your sacri fices and more blessings will come. —that 15.000 Masses are offered yearly for the intention of the benefactors of the Holy Fa- 71-Year-Old Man Takes Final a us WELLESLEY, Mass.—(NC) A great grandfather has made his perpetual profession as a Stigma tine religious at the age of 74. a daughter, seven and two great were in the Semin- Five sons, grandchildren grandchildren ary Chapel here as Brother John J. Henry. CP.S., made his final profession. One of the sons. Father Thomas Henry, also of the Stigmatine Con gregation. officiated, and received his father's vows. Brother Henry, a native of Coun ty Mayo. Ireland, came to the Bos ton area in his youth and with his ST. MARY MISSALS^ •t Mar* My Katrybay MhuI and Heritao* 1387 M«»s 4 4’a" Frint** r»* biack flwauahtut llluitratra Cloth 14 Gold tl«r 17.40 l*atn»- IB •t Mary Sunday Mmal •rayart and Harta«a 384 m«* Facttt nit 3vk" si.SO UaWer S3 At Yaur Boakatara BENZIGER BROTHERS, Inc. 429 Main Street Cincinnati 1, Ohio Why pay more for auto insurance? W*ll over a million motorists enjoy this low cost, across-the-board, nonassessable protection. If you're a careful driver you too con save with Form Bureau insurance. You get automatic renewal, friendly, no tion-wide claim service. Why pay mor* when you can get maximem protection for less? Investigate today, call BILL RAUSCH 271 S. Broadloigh Rd. Columbus DO. 3373 FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFFICE: COLUMBUS, OHIO by Bishop Fulion J. Sheen ther’s Missions? You also share in the daily Masses, Prayers, suffering and sacrifices of ev ery missioner. —that Our Divine Lord said, “Freely received freely give”? None of us has earned the gift of Faith. How can anyone who received that gift keep it to himself and not pass it on to others? If you realize the mean ing of these words, you are the rare one who appreciates his Faith. And had you lived in the time of Our Lord you would have been the cured leper who came back and “Thank you.” ——It s for all these reasons said that Mis- I am on the inside of the sion Sunday Envelope looking out. And I’ll wait very patient ly, all by myself, because I know you won’t leave me alone in there for very long. Send your sacrifice to the Most Reverend Fulton J. Sheen, Na tional Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, or to your Diocesan Director: Father James Kulp. 246 E. Town Street, Columbus 15, Ohio. GOD LOVE YOU to S. “This $10 was going towards some new clothes for college but after giv ing it some thought I realize that the starving children in the missions have a far greater need for the money ... to Mrs. V.H. “We have just returned safely from that Faith than we can use souvenirs” to V.Q. for $6. “I was hav ing trouble in my accounting course and 1 promised to send a camping trip. We feel The Propagation of the can use this $10 better ADams 1547 a dollar to the missions for ev ery good grade that I would get. This not only gives me an in centive to study harder but I al so feel that I am giving God something for His helping me.” ... to Mrs. J.W. "Please accept the enclosed check for $13. It represents money I saved by traveling ‘Coach’ instead of by ‘Pullman’.” ... to A.C. “This offering represents a number of tips received over a period of time for delivery services. My wife and I started a new Mission fund and please God, it won’t be long before we reach another $10 to Mrs. F.Y. for $14. “In my last letter I promised I would put an envelope marked “Missions” in my budget. Here is the first month's savings for the Holy Father’s Missions.” ... to A.C. “1 am enclosing the inter est on some War Bonds. I would rather see this $12.50 be used for the missions than for extra luxuries for myself." SEWING MACHINES SALES & SERVICE Wh»n Is y®ur share? Fha eash will •elf every penny or retain small for all the thin** rou'O want in the future! Ev en with all tna monthly bills ane oblteationt part of that paycheck belong* to you Start •a*ing your share now 1 At Buckeye woo enjoy the added protection of inaured savings next pa cheek to* how muck ▼oo keep tor tokt Wiil you spend till to* portion BUCKEYE FEDERAL las um* vais mociinos AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR DOMESTIC AND NEW HOME Electric Sewing Machines Port ables. Consoles and Desks We Service. Repair and Electrify II makes of Sewing Machines NEEDLES FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD MACHINES FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ALL WORK GUARANTEED AMPLE PARKING FACILITIES Louie Stadlmayr—Owner Established 1911 "where sewing 'ichinet are a business not a Adeline” LOUIE'S SEWING MACHINE SHOP 923 Sullivan! Ave FATIMA REACHES OUT With our modest, but constant, efforts we keep trying to add more Near East lands to Our Lady's conquests by putting a FATIMA SHRINE CHAPEL in each land. Thu* Fatima keeps reaching out. Slowly we gather the dollars for our next one in JORDAN. Your mile—or block $10)—with others will be a great help. Won't you sends youFs today? Ask for "Hills of the Morning—Whence and Whither Palestine?", when you do. FOLK YEARS—8400 Yes, Habib, a seminarian at Harissa, Lebanon, needs that much help in his last lour years oi training tor the priesthood. It costs $100 a year. Perhaps you’d like to “adopt” him by giving him that sum in any payments. You'll win his undying gratitude. If that's too much for you. maybe you like to help our work of training native priests. Join our support club tor seminarians, CHRYSOSTOMS. Members give $1 a month. OCR HOLY FATHER PLEADS FOR YOl “MEMBERSHIP OF FERINGS” DURING OCTOBER. ENROLL YOLR LIVING AND DECEASED NOW in all classes of membership. They share in 15,60(1 Masses each year, including a daily Mass at the Vatican. In dividuals—annual, $1 perpetual. $20. Family—$5 and $100. DESPAIR, INC. Imagine yourself forced from your home and belongings your only possessions in your hands and on your back: without work, food or money with not the least ray of hope a* to when you can return home. And this to last for five years. That's the horrible plight of our 830.000 Palestinian REFUGEES. At Christmas your FOOD PACKAGE i$10) will be a precious mercy to a family. Send your good used clothe* to our warehouse—52-15 Flushing Ave., Maspeth, N. Y. Our phainphlet, “Sufficient Unto the Day” tells how much our benefactors have done for them in these five years. Ask for it. THE DEAF HEAR—THE DUMB SPEAK Here is a scene from “Snow White end the Seven Dwarfs” as put on by our darling deaf-mutes at “EFFETTA.” our orphanage for them in Tehran, Iran. Vnder the heroic efforts of our teachers they re making marvelous progress in overcoming their handicap. This institute is In great need of help. Your mite will do much. Sift will keep child for a month. VIRGIN Yes. this is the name of a young novice. Sister Virgin, with the Adora tion Sisters, Koratty. India. She pleads for help for the yearly cc«c $150i of her training during her two years course. Won’t you help adopt her by sending this sum to her in any installments? Could she ever forget such a wonderful benefactor in her daily prayers the rest of her life? DID YOl PLT GOD IN YOL WILL? &12earHst(IBssionsjife tNoocia Cardinal Spahman, ftraaldaa! Mag*. Thew»aa J. McMahan, Nat Sac'y Sand all amm«nic«rtt*m ta: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Ave. of 46th St. New York 17, N. Y.