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The Senator called for “acMon that will remove the pov erty, the glaring social inequities, the fear, the hunger, the in- security, and the lack of dignity on which communism festers a’/d thrives.” He described this as “/he Catholic way” to combat comrnun ism and said it has been clearly outlined by the Popes in. En cyclicals on communism and., social justice. Senator Murrey said '*the neg ative way" dbcrie* communism but doe* nothing about its caus es. He warned against 'Adopting th* tactic* of atheistic commun ism in our fight against it" and "being stampeded, through fear of communism, into spreading fear and distrust and paralysis throughout our own/ government, our Army end our jpeople. “This is negative anti-commun ism.” he stated. The Senator calle|d on Americans to fight communism by: 1) “Adequate security measures against Red infiltration. He said Americans must *create by law, processes through* which we can effectively ferret out and dispose of all spies and provocateurs.” 2) “Positive social action along the lines pointed out by America’s Catholic Bishops.” ’. He said Catholics are fortunate in that “our Chureh early recog nized this (communist)! men-ce, ex posed its evil intent' and conse quences, and laid dowm the pnnci pies through which its1 defeat could be assured.” “It would be most unfortunate— indeed incredible that Catholics should be divided on the cause or cure of communism or show any indecision regarding the appropri ate methods of dealing with it,” Senator Murray said. W* Have Answer “As Catholics we hawe been giv en the answer clearly and un MACKLIN Insurance Agency, Inc. 58 E. Gay St. Columbus, Ohio J. J. ROUSSEAU GILBERT Bl HOUCK President Secretary AD. 8196 tn Time nf Need THESE FUNERAL DIRECTORS Experienced tn Catholic Funerals offer CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE tN.„ AO. 8197 LtO F. 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He said the teach ings of the Popes “must guide us if communism is to be permanently and totally rejected.” “It is in those encyclicals that we should have seen years ago the principles on which to base our fight against atheistic communism —the only principles which prevail.” can Leo the He cited the Encyclicals of XIII and Pius XI as showing world the most effective means of fighting communism through so cial justice, fair labor practices and reconstruction of the social or der according to ards. o u nist Christian stand- membership in a decline from America shewed "almost a million to lee* than 20,000" between 1932 end 1950, th* Senator said H* said that during that period "the positive approach" was used, "th* ap proach recommended years be fore by His Holiness, Leo Thirteenth, and in 1937, by His Holiness, Pius th* Eleventh. th* Those principles resulted in a “direct, frontal attack on those conditions which led men to com munism,” he said. He urged American Catholics to “hold firmly to the principles and the methods we know to be right.” May They Rest Id Peace JL’RINA, Mrs. Frank, Newark, May 22, Church of the Blessed Sac rament. UNCAPHER, Mary, 73, Newark, May 22, Church of the Blessed Sac rament. Survivors One sister, and one brother. TRA GRESS ER. Anna, 81, Dover, May 22, St. Joseph Church. MORRIS. Margaret, 2625 Fair Ave Columbus, May 22. St. Cathar ine Church. Survivors: her husband, Thomas, three sons, two daughters, five brothers, and two sisters. SETTIMO, Virginia. 93. 878 E. Third Ave., Columbus, May 20, St John the Baptist Church. Sur vivors: one daughter, one grand son. five great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, three sis ters, several nieces and nephews. PETRUZZI, Filomena, 78, 779 Gibbard Ave., Columbus, May 19, St. Peter Church. Survivors: three sons, five daughters, twenty-three grandchildren, and twelve great grandchildren. ROCYNA. Robert, 20. Uhrichs ville, May 22, Immaculate Concep tion Church. BILLOW, J. Stanley, Newark. May 22, Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Buckeye Lake, Ohio. OSBORNE, Mary. 84, Radnor. May 24, St. vivors: four hews. i Mary’s Church. Sur nieces, and two nep- Clara C., 74, Zanes- GEIGLEY. ville. May 23, St. Nicholas Church. Survivors: one daughter, two sons, one niece and four grandchildren. KEENAN. Thomas J., 74. 1184 Eighteenth Ave., Columbus, May 24, St. Patrick Church. Survivors: his wife. Mamie, one daughter and a sister. CHECKER CAS I'rt- outage's most complete food market TARPY’S om i APEX MARKET DELIVER* 2140 Tremont Center KI 4937 KI 4424 a A The Pontifical College Josephin um choir (pictured above) won first place and a trophy in the Sacred Heart—Gene Lockhart Choral con test. it was announced this week in St. Louis. A total of 135 choirs were en- Time Schedule For Bl. Pius Canonization VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) —Following is the time schedule released here for the rites related to the canonization of Pope Pius on Saturday, May 29. and Sunday. May 30. At 5:45 p.m. (12:45 p.m. EDT), May 29. the Pope will be taken in solemn procession from the Vat ican, across St. Peter’s Square to the main entrance of St. Peter’s Ba silica. At 6:30 p.m. (1:30 p.m., EDT) the rites for the canonization prop er will begin with the Pope seated on a throne at the basilica trance. At 8 p.m. (3 p.m., EDT). church bells in Rome w ill peal joyful tidings of the canonization for a half hour. At 10 a.m. (5 a.m., EDT) on Sun day. May 30. the Pontifical Mass in honor of the new saint w ill be of fered in St. Peter’s Basilica by His Eminence Eugene Cardinal Tis serant, dean of the College of Cardinals. At 5 p.m. (12 m. EDT) the re mains of Pius will be earned in procession from St. Peter s Basilica to the Basilica of St. Mary Major, where they will remain for about a week. -o— Stamps To Honor Explorer First To See Niagara Falls BRUSSELS—(NC) Belgian-born Franciscan Father Louis Hennepin, said to have been the first Euro pean to see and describe Niagara Falls, will be shown on a series of stamps issued by the Belgian post al authorities in commemoration of the 250th anniversary of the fa mous explorer’s death .. 'v i DRUGAN. Helen, 50. Caldwell, May 26, St. Joseph’s Cathedral. Co lumbus. Survivors: a sister and a brother. -O- The path of least resistance has little grass growing on it. I Falwms TRI-VILLAGE Josephi num Choir Wins National Contest Uv trants in the contest. The contest, which is conducted annually, had as its “theme” this year the song in honor of the Bless ed Mother, “Mother of All” which was written by Eugene (Gene) Lock hart, noted TV, screen and stage personality. A recording of the theme song is to be used on the Sacred Heart program which originates in St Louis. Father Walter Rees directs the Josephinum choir. First place in the mixed chorus division and second place in the contest was awarded to the Holy Name choral chib of Louisville K'. Of Interest To Catholics RADIO PROGRAMS Saturday, May 29 en- all m. WHKC, Columbus, 6:45 —Catholic News. Sunday, May 30 m. WBNS, Columbus, 10:00 a. —Church of the Air Father Francis X. Duffy of St. Patrick’s Cathedral, New York, in an ad dress pertaining to the canoniza tion of Pope Pius X. WBNS. Columbus, 10:30 a. m. —Hour of Holiness—Final pro gram in a series of locally pro duced programs dedicated to the Blessed Mother in this her Mar ian Year. the WRFD, Worthington, 11:45 a. m.—Hour of St. Francis. WHIZ. Zanesville. 2:00 p. m.— Catholic Hour. WLW, Cincinnati, 2:00 p. m. —Highlights of the canonization of Pope Pius X. WLW. Cincinnati. 3:00 p. m.— Catholic Hour. WCOL, Columbus, 5:30 p. —Greatest Story Ever Told. m. WHKC, Columbus, 7:00 p. —Ave Maria Hour. WNXT, Portsmouth, 10:15 m.—Hour of St. Francis. P- TELEVISION PROGRAMS Sunday, May 30 WBNS-TV, Columbus, 9:00 m.—Highlights of Canonization of Pius X. Marking the end of the school social activities for the year, the junior and senior class at Immaculate Conception School, Dennison, met this past week to pay special honor to th* Blessed Mother in this her Marian Year. Pictured above before the statue of Mary to whom th* occasion was dedicated are, left to right, Ronald Ross, junior clan president Donna Pickens, and Richard Fondriest, senior class president. No Waiting Three Barbers Grandview Barber Shop KJ IS** KM«lf» Rar Ullas 1(27 W (th R14aUe Ftm Daiixry of Meaica. Nhsj OSBORNES' PHARMACY KJ 0114 I 1(11) I,raiit11 i w Ave. kl- 1113 Dealer for Sherwin Williams Paints KJ 4(82 KINGSWOOD LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. a. WBNS-TV, Columbus. 9:30 a. m.—Look Up and Live—Teen Age Mission, Dennison Students Honor Mary 9 BUYERS GUIDE 'Sarviclag Iri-vmag* Kraa' Patrick Ruddy & Son Plumbing Service Quality Plumbing Purtura. 1**4 W let KJ 218 KJ till Body Rebuilding General pan Boulevard Service & Sales 148? GtanV.ie* A*» KI. 14(8 KI M*S 24 Roar Hoary Duty Wrecker Semce Ererylhing fol Home Remodeling KI. 1H3 First place in the female chorus division and third in the contest went to the 175-voiee glee club of Nazareth College, Rochester, N.Y. St. Colman Pastor To Participate In National Elks Meet Father Richard J. Connelly, pas tor of St. Colman Church, Wash ington C. H.. and spiritual advisor of 1 200,000 Elks, will take part in the Elks’ national convention July 4 in Los Angeles. Father Connelly will preach the sermon in the Cathedral of St Vi biana at a Mass opening the con vention. Presiding at the Solemn High Mass w ill be Francis Cardinal McIntyre, .Archbishop of Los An geles. Father Connelly is in his second term as spiritual advisor for the or ganization which has members in Hawaii Alaska. Puerto Rico and Father Richard J. Connelly Guam as well as in the U.S. He is also serving his fifth consecutive term as chaplain of the Ohio Elks. Father Connelly is currently Ohio chaplain of the Catholic War Veterans and past chaplain of the American Legion of Ohio and the Forty and Eight. Msgr. Harry S. Connelly, pastor of St. Joseph Cathedral,’ will ac company his brother to the coast, and will be present in the sanc tuary at the Solemn High Mass. o----------------- Eleventh Caesarian Babv Born To Rhode Islander PROVIDENCE, R. I.—(NO—An eleventh child by Caesarian section —believed to be the lergest num ber of such chil^ibirths in medical history—was born to a 38-year-old Rhode Island housewife who says she intends to ke^p on having chil dren as long as she can. The child, an eight-pound boy, was born at Providence Lying-In Hospital to Mrs. Joseph L. McAn drew of Watch Hill, R.I. Mr. and Mrs. McAndrew live in a pleasant 22-room house which Mrs. McAn drew ordinarily runs without help. World's largest all-oluminum storm window manufacturer Priest To Search For Mysterious Race Of Pvsmics k I 4 WASHINGTON (NC) A priest-anthropologist will climb the lofty Sierra de Parija mountains Venezuela this summer in an at tempt to make contact with a mysterious race of pygmies. Father Martin Gusinde, of the Catholic University of America, said he will make the trip alone because the presence of more than one white man tends to frighten the natives. Accompanied by native bearers, the priest will make his way up mountain streams which cut through impassable jungle in order to reach the Ayamanes Indi ans. The pygmy tribe. long obscure and never thoroughly studied was reported by a party of naturalists three year- ago. To reach their habitat. 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