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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, August 6. 1954
U.S. Offers
Aid To Danube
Flood ictims
WASHINGTON, D. C.—(NC)
President Eisenhower has
offered to send relief supplies
to victims of the recent Dan
ube river flood which has caus
ed particularly heavy damage
in southern Germany, Austria,
Czechoslovakia, Hungary and
Yugoslavia.
In a statement following a
Cabinet meeting at which the
situation was discussed, the
President said “we stand ready
to make food available to lighten
the burden on flood victims who
are struggling to rehabilitate them
selves.” He added that the food
can be made available immediate
ly and could be distributed
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“through a mutually acceptable in
ternational agency.”
President Eisenhower said that
Inquiries are being made regard
ing the need for medical and oth
er supplies as well as food. He
stated that he had asked U S.
diplomatic missions in each of
the effected countries "to make
themselves available to the local
authorities in such a manner
that we can be promptly and
effectively of assistance to those
in distress."
James C. Hagerty, White House
press secretary, said the proposed
relief program is authorized under
a law passed by Congress early in
July. This is the Agricultural Trade
Development and Assistance Act
which empowers the President, n
cases where emergency relief is
necessary, to send surplus Amer
ican food to the free nations of the
world and to “needy populations
without regard to the friendliness
of their government.” Much of the
area suffering from the Danube’s
worst flood in 450 years lies behind
the Iron Curtain.
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Nuns Attack "Sharks' At Springs
Small sharks known as dogfish ere being dissected in Sister Thomas Aquirr's class in Compara
tive Vertebrate Anatomy at the St. Mary of the Spprings College. Shown in the classroom are (left to
right) Sister Aquin, O.P., Miss Dorothy Simon, jitter Rosemary, O.S.F., and Miss Mary Garrity. Miss
Simon and Miss Garrity are nurses at Mt. Carmel Hospital.
common goon is endangered
universities should be opej
IO 311 who could profit from wha
they have to otter, he said.
The
Archbishop McCann also oppose*
the |roposed law that would con"
to S(•hools where the medium o
instruction is what the authoritie
decicled is the children's mothei
ial issue in the current provincia
‘lections in the *tpe province, vit
illy concerns Catholics.
If enforced, it means that Af
rikaans-speaking Catholic par
ents would be forbidden to send
their children to Catholic schools
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Chinese Ohl Testament
Translation Completed
HONG KONG (NC) The
eighth and last volume of the Old
Testament in Chinese has been
completed, it was announced here.
translation, which has been nine
years in preparation, is in modern
opious tootnotes and commen
aries. Translation was done in
he Studium Biblicum, Franciscan
iou.se in Hong Kong.
using English as the medium of
instruction.
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Present Laws
On Migration
NEW ORLEANS —(NO— The
present laws in the United States
governing immigration “are not
consonant with democratic prin
ciples of racial equality.” Father
Caesar Donanzan of New York
City said here.
Father Donanzan is executive
secretary of the American Com
mittee on Italian Migration of the
National Catholic Resettlement
Council. In a public meeting held
in St. Mary's Italian hall here he
said:
“Unless we of the United States
take the initiative in sponsoring
regulations which will permit in
creased migration from Italy and
other European countries, it is
improbable that Canada and Latin
America will do anything.”
He said there is overpopulation
in Holland West Germany, Greece
and Italy. This surplus manpower,
he said, may well be used in the
United States and other “land
rich and man poor” countries
allied with it in the North Atlantic
Treaty Organization.
Miracle In Moscow
WASHINGTON (NC) Rus
sian indoctrination begins with
kindergarten children, Nicholas T.
Goncharoff. former Red army tank
lieutenant who deserted to the
West, said here before the Senate
Internal Security subcommittee.
On his first day at school, Gon
charoff said, the communist teach
er asked all small boys and girls
who prayed at home to hold up
their hands. He said a number of
6 and 7 year olds then were told
to “pray to your God and ask your
God that he should give you a box
of candy.’
“We knelt and began to pray,”
he said. “After exactly three min
utes the teacher gave us the com
mand to stand up, land he said,
‘IjOok, you fools, you prayed and
nothing happened. Where is the
box of candy?’
This caused the other children
in the room to laugh, Mr. Gonchar
off continued. “We were put in one
corner and some of us began to
Those who had not prayed were
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News In Brief
DAYTON Pilgrims from many
parts of the U.S. are expected to
attend a Marian Year pilgrimage
on the Feast of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary, Sunday, Aug. 22. at
Our Lady of Ixiurdes Grotto, Mt.
St. John. Dayton. The grotto is one
ot the specially designated Marian
Year shrines in the ’Cincinnati
Archdiocese.
MORROW A violent wind
storm ripped a large section in
the roof from St. Malachy
Church, Morrow, recently, ex
posing nearly half of the church's
interior. The metal roof was
blown into a public school yard
adjacent to the church property.
Total damage was-between $2,000
and $3,000.
CLEVELAND A contract has
been awarded for John Carroll
University's new men s residence
hall, and construction was expect
ed to start this week. The $750,000
building will accommodate 234
students and will be the fourth
residence hall on the JCU campus.
STEUBENVILLE The 13
men attending the meeting of
the board of advisers of the Col
lege of Steubenville recently
heard the college president pre
dict an increase of 100 per cent
in the school's enrollment in the
next 16 years.
STEl' BEN VILLE Operating
under the Diocesan Co-ordinating
Council, which represents all the
men s organizations in the Steuben
ville diocese, men from every par
ish have been marshaled in a spe
cial campaign to clean newsstands
of offensive comic books.
O
Pro-Red Mexican
Official Is Forced
To Resign Post
MEXICO CITY—(NC) Former
President Lazaro Cardenas, whose
regime was marked by a strongly
anti-Catholic attitude, announced
his resignation from an official
post he has held under the present
government headed by President
Adolfo Ruiz Cortines. The post was
that of executive director of the
Tepalcatepec hydroelectric and
irrigation project in the State of
Michoacan.
General Cardenas resigned in
the weke of pres* comment* crit
icizing his participation in funer
al services for Frida Kahlo, left
ist painter and wife of Diego Ri
vera, the noted muralist. Pre
viously, Dr. Andres Iduarto, di
rector of the National Institute of
Fine Arts, wa dismissed from
his post for permitting the cof
fin to be draped with the com
munist flag during funeral serv
ices at the institute.
The ex president also came un
der the fire of the rightist Sin
arquista party, which named him
among 142 alleged communist mil
itants or sympathizers on the fed
eral payroll.
As Matters Stand
Lines To A Golden Lady
It makes you think, so it does,
to stroll once more on the old col
ege campus at my age.
Twenty-seven years ago, I said
farewell to the
Univ ersity of
Our Lady of the
Lake.
Y’ou've never
heard of it? But
you have. It’s
Notre Dame.
As the street
car carried me
away, I looked
back, as does ev
y departing
for one last
glimpse of the Golden Dome
The Dome is the center and
symbol of Notre Dame not for
itself, but because it holds aloft,
high above the flat Indiana coun
tryside, a golden statue of The
Virgin.
You can hardly -spend your col
lege years at Notre Dame without
falling in love with Mary. And
Children Pray To Joe
Candy In Two Minutes
then told by the teacher, he said,
that they could see a miracle and
were asked to “pray to comrade
Stalin and the Communist Party,
and you ask them for a box of
candy and see what will happen.”
“They began to pray to Stalin
and in less than two minutes the
door opened and another teacher
walked in, bringing a big box of
candy, Goncharoff said, and added
that this was typical of commun
ist indoctrination of all students
against religion.
Mr. Goncharoff, now employed
by the International Committee of
the Young Men's Christian Associ
ation in Brooklyn, told the senate
subcommittee of 24 years behind
the Iron Curtain and said that
millions of Russian peasants and
workers are anxious to throw off
communist tyranny because of 35
years of false promises.
He said that the communist dic
tatorship had cost lives of nearly
30 million persons in Russia, and
that, in spite of their prayers to
Comrade Stalin and the Commun
ist party, “more than 10 million
have died of hunger—organized
hunger, not natural.”
Mr. Goncharoff testified that he
believes severing diplomatic ties
with the Soviet and all satellites
would give new hope to the mis
sions now' behind the Iron Cur
Lain. The younger generation be
hind the Iron Curtain is search
ing for the truth, liberty and free
dom,” he said.
Students Open
Drive Against
Filipino Reds
MANILA (NC) A novel
campaign to counteract communist
propaganda in the rural districts
has been launched here by mem
bers of various student organiza
tions.
Col. Nicanor Jimenez, head of
the psychological warfare depart
ment of the Philippine Army, has
been joined by leaders of four
student organizations on a speak
ing tour through the rural districts
of Bicol on the eastern coast of
Luzon.
The students, especially trained
for the campaign, speak in the sim
ple language of the rural people,
explaining to them the evils of
communism and the dangers ot
Huk infiltration in the provincial
towns.
The four student organizations,
which include two Catholic.groups,
form the nucleus of the Student
Consultative Council of President
Ramon Magsaysay and are the most
influential of student organizations
in the Philippines. Their campaign
in the Bicol region has met with
such great success (hat they plan
to expand it to a nation-wide ef
fort.
LENOX
NORTH NEAR DELAWARE
something enters into the souls of
young men who choose her for
their princess.
What enters is a kind of knightly
obligation to be not unworthy of
her. She never stops demanding of
you a Christian manliness and she
will not let you be comfortable if
you fall short of it.
I do not mean that no Notre
Dame man ever has fallen low. But
in the depths he will hardly forget
Our Lady of the Golden Dome, and
Father Sorin,
Father Sorin founded Notre
Dame, and built the Main Build
ing which is topped by the Dome
and the Statue.
In fact. Father Sorin built the
Main Building twice. The first
structure burned to the ground
when nearly complete. Before the
bricks were cool. Father was there
in his cassock, cleaning and stack
ing them.
There was no money. Father
Sorin’s only asset was sheer faith.
Some of the other Holy Cross
Fathers voted against erecting the
Dome and the Statue at that time.
After all, the university was hope
lessly in debt.
Father Sorin stalked off the cam
pus and refused to return until
the others saw things his way.
Notre Dame men remember Fa
ther Sorins faith and courage.
They know that Our Lady will see
a man through no matter w hat dif
ficulties he faces. The magnificent
university of today is proof enough
of that.
It makes you think to stroll
once again on the campus.
I was there with my wife and
our children, and our first son-in-
I thought of the young man who
had boarded the street car and
turned for a last glimpse of the
Golden Dome.
That young man didn’t know it
then, but there was something that
he had to build, too.
He was going to fall in love with
another maiden named Mary, and
he and she were going to build a
marriage, build a home, build a
family.
They were going to build not
with cooling bricks, but with warm
flesh and blood and bone and spir
it. They were going to build chil
dren and perhaps some day
grandchildren and great-grandchil
dren for God and country and
Notre Dame, for time and eterni
ty.
Things were going to burn down
more than once for that young
man and his maiden.
He did not know’ it, as he left
the campus that day, but the tim
bers of the world were already dry
for the flames of the Great De
pression. and of two catastrophic
wars, and of the slow conflagration
of communism.
Time after time, it was to seem
to the young man and his maiden
that all the universe was collapsing
around them.
But their Lady stood forever
serene, foreVer comforting, forever
courageous.
Forever she demanded of the
young man Christian manliness,
and of the young woman Christian
womanliness.
She would allow no thoughts of
despair, no counsels of surrender
to the weak and vaccilating world
which said that children were an
evil to be avoided, that fidelity in
marriage was an impossible ideal.
Hand in hand with Our Lady, the
young man and his maiden walked
through flames and swamps and
catastrophes stood upright while
around them things collapsed.
It makes you think, so it does, to
stroll the campus again, this time
with your wife and family.
It makes you realize that Our La
dy of the Golden Dome does see
her men through.
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