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Negro Nuns Mark Jubilee
LAFAYETTE, La. (NC) —The
Sisters of the Holy Family, Negro
community of nuns, observed the
50th anniversary of its coming to
Lafayette with celebrations here.
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Jesuit College
In India Opens
Workers’ Course
BOMBAY, India (NC)— Jes
uit-owned St. Xavier’s College
here has opened a new course of
studies intended for workers.
The course, which will help train
trade-union leaders for India, was
inaugurated by Shantilal Shah,
Bombay’s Labor Minister. The
minister voiced the hope that the
new course would herald an era
of closer cooperation between
employers and workers in India’s
industries.
A similar course was opened
recently at the St. Xavier’s College
at Calcutta which is also managed
by Jesuits.
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Korea I* Problem
The executive committees de
cision to put more emphasis on Far
Eastern operations was in line
African Tribe
Monotheists,
Scientist Says
ROME—(NC)—A Catholic Uni
versity of America anthropologist,
back from a third study of South
Africa’s Bushmen, states that these
people lead a most moral life and
worship one God.
Father Martin ^usinde, S.V.D.,
who carried out similar on-the-spot
investigations of the Bushmen’s
culture and way of life in 1950
and 1951, said that commonly held
theories that Bushmen worship the
moon and the mantis are false.
For these small yellow and black
people, the anthropologist said,
“the real Divinity is Gaua.” Gaua
is God, the Creator of the universe
and everything in it. He is wor
shipped especially by dances on
nights of the full moon, Pr. Gus
inde said.
Father Gucinde's findings con-.,
firm that Bushmen are a unique
race. They are a “small race"
but not pygmies. There are about
10,000 yellow-skinnod members
of the race. Another 1,000 are
black-sicinnod.
Bushmen, Father Gusinde said,
believe that God in the beginning
made one man and one woman, the
first Bushmen. God also creates
the human soul. When a man and
wife want children, if Gaua agrees.
He allows the development of
the small body and then sends a
soul to the child when it separates
from the body of its mother.
As God (Gaua) has sent souls
from above, the bushman believes,
He is also interested in their re
turn. All the souls of the Bush
men people come together in
Gaua’s dwelling place.
Father Gusinde’s investigations
were made possible by a grant from
the U.S. National Science Founda
tion. His conclusions and findings
will be published later in scien
ific form. Father Gusinde, profes
sor of cultural anthropology at
Catholic University is a member of
the Anthropos Institute, founded
by Father Wilhelm Schmidt of the
Society of the Divine Word.
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NCCS Expanding USO
Work In Korea, Japan
WASHINGTON (NC) The
National Catholic Community Serv
ice will expand its USO operations
in Korea and Japan, even though
the extension might mean a reduc
tion in its activities in the United
States.
Michael J. Kelleher, chairman of
the NCCS executive committee, an
nounced following the committee’s
annual meeting here that the
move is being made “to provide
more service to more boys.” Spe
cifically, Mr. Kelleher said, the
committee decided to open centers
in Seoul, Pusan and Taegu, where
the work will be done by NCCS in
cooperation with the USO. The
service in Seoul, he said, should
be re-established “at an early
date.”
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with an earlier meeting of the
NCCS Chaplains’ Committee on Re
ligious Program. It was the con
census of the chaplains* meeting
that NCCS should concentrate its
USO efforts in Korea since “the
problems are becoming intensified
with the truce,” and “Korea offers
no recreation or even geographical
attractions.” In connection with its
work in the Orient, NCCS opened
an information center in Hong
Kong only recently.
During th* committee meeting,
NCCS officiels reported that some
5,778,000 persons had been served
by NCCS-USO operations in the
first eight months of 1953. More
than 15,000 volunteers a month
took part in the operations, and
76 professional staff members
wore involved. As of October 1,
there wore 28 USO clubs, two
NCCS-opereted USO clubs over
seas staffed by NCCS personnel.
The committee noted progress in
the NCCS-Veterans Administration
Hospital Service, which has been
inaugurated in 165 VA hospitals.
Seventy-five diocesan committees
of the NCCS-VA Hospital Service
have been organized or appointed
by their respective Ordinaries to
develop the Catholic volunteer pro
gram in the various veterans’ hos
pitals, it said.
Among other actions, the com
mittee decided to keep serving de
fense workers through United Com
munity Defense Services opera
tions “at pretty much the same
level.” NCCS currently is working
in this field in Youngstown and
Portsmouth, O., and in the area of
the Savannah River atomic plant in
Georgia and South Carolina.
Mayor Lends
Support To
Clean-up Drive
ST. BERNARD, O. (NC)—
Newsdealers in this community
have been asked by the mayor to
remove indecent literature from
their racks.
Mayor Joseph L. Koetters called
it the duty of St. Bernard’s licens
ed newsdealers “to work for the
moral good and happiness of the
town’s youth.
Mayor Koetters wrote a letter to
the dealers, as the first step in
fulfilling his pledge of full co
operation with the SDS Club of
Our Lady of Angles High School
in its campaign for decent litera
ture. Mayor Koetters is a member
of St. Clement’s parish in this
town near Cincinnati.
Members of the club are dis
tributing the Mayor’s letter among
the newsdealers. The dealers who
agree to cooperate will receive
posters which they may place in
their display windows, certifying
that they are cooperating with the
campaign which was mapped at a
meeting of the Cincinnati SDS
Chapter earlier this month.
In his letter, the Meyor remind
ed newsdeelers that “Juvenile
Courts cen attribute many of the
crimes and misdemeanors of young
people to the reading of illicit and
immoral publications."
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Belgian Envoy,
Jordan’s King
VATICAN CITY (Radio. NC)
—His Holiness Pope Pius XII has
received in private audience King
Hussein Talal of Jordan. The mon
arch was received with the tradi
tional ceremonial in keeping with
his rank as a head of state.
The Holy Father, said an an
nouncement by the Vatican Press
Office, engaged the king in cordial
conversation in the course of which
he expressed his wish for the wel
fare of the royal family and the na
tion and recommended to him his
Joyal Catholic subjects and the
Catholic institutions existing
the Kingdom of Jordan.
The Holy Father also received
the newly named Belgian Ambas
sador to the Holy See, Joseph Berr
yer. who presented his credentials.
The envoy assured the Pope of
his devotion and asked the Pon
tiff’s blessing for his work. The Ho
ly Father welcomed the ambassa
dor as representative of Belgium s
Catholicism and imparted his bless
ing upon the royal family and the
Belgian people.
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Japanese Drive
To Put Christ
Back In Christmas
KYOTO, Japan —(NC)— The
Put-Christ-Back-In-Christmas move
ment for 1953 got under way here
with the prospect of being more
successful this year than ever be
fore, at least insofar as store
window displays are concerned.
More than 100 students of the
Catholic “Newman group” at the
University here have assisted in
distributing appeals to city store
owners to respect the religious
significance of Christmas in their
advertising and displays.
The merchants were asked to
use the word Christmas only, not
abbreviating it to Xmas or Xtmas.
They were urged also to illustrate
the festival by using Nativity
scenes instead of employing Santa
Claus as a symbol.
Backing up the appeal was a
footnote to the effect that the
Catholics of Kyoto have promised
to patronize those merchants who
cooperate with the appeal.
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ROME-(NO-The leprosy vac
cine discovered by a nun has giv
en very satisfactory results in ear
ly application, according to a re
port on the vaccine made to the
international Congress on leprosy
held at Madrid. The report has
been published by Fules, a mis
sion news agency here.
Reporting on the vaccine at the
international congress were Doc
tors Gate and Rousset of Lyons,
France, and Doctor Blanc from
Cameroun, French Africa.
The vaccine was discovered by
Sister Marie Suzanne of the Mis
sionary Sisters of the Society of
Mary. Sbe heads a laboratory in
Lyons for research on leprosy
(Hansen’s disease) in the fields of
bacteriology, histology and thera
peutics.
Doctor Blanc reported on 1,000
cases in which the vaccine was
used and the results were “en
thusiastically received,” the Fides
report says.
The vaccine produced a positive
reaction in 100 per cent of the chil
dren vaccinated and in 63 per cent
of the leprosy patients treated, the
report says.
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St. Francis Holy Name
Breakfast Set for Nov. 3
Members of the Holy Name So
ciety of St. Francis Church will re
ceive Communion at the 7:30 Mass
on Sunday, Nov. 8, and attend
breakfast in the school hall after
ward. New members will be receiv
ed into the society immediately
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Father N. M. Connell, O.P. of
Aquinas, will be the main speaker.
The breakfast will be served by
the ladies and young girls of the
parish.
Peter J. Miller is general chair
man, and will be assisted by Ed
uard Longenbaker, Jack Bennett,
Edward Hughes, Frank Smith
and John R. Tracy.
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Internuncio Returns Home
TOKYO, Japan —(NC)— Arch
bishop Maximilian de Furstenberg,
Apostolic Internuncio to Japan,
returned to the Internunciature
here after a four-months’ visit to
his home in Belgium.
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LOS ANGELES —(NC)— The
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opened the free Padre Labor
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of the largest Mexican settlement
in the United States.
The school was established un
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Kearney, institute chaplain, a gen
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both sides of the labor picture.
For years he held a card in the
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