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About School Aid Bill WASHINGTON (NC) On behalf of the National Council of Catholic Men, a letter detailing three questions which “Catholic laymen are asking” about President Eisen hower’s federal aid for schoolhouse construction program was sent to Senator Lister Hill of of Alabama. Senator Hill is the chairman of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare, which is considering Senate Bill 0968 implementing the President s program and other bills relating to federal aid to schoolhouse con •tructhn. The letter signed by Martin H. Work, NCCM executive director, detailed the llowing as the three questions which Catholic laymen are asking: “1. To what extent does this and other plans for federal con struction take into account the urg. ent need for new nonpublic school buildings in areas where present facilities are cvercrowded or ob solescent? “2. Will pending legislation be amended so nonpublic school cor porations may sell their bonds for new school buildings to the federal government under substantially ♦he same conditions as are to be required of public schools? “3. Will pending legislation au thorize grants-in-aid of federal funds for nonpublic school con struction under substantially the same conditions as are to be re quired of public schools?” Catholic man, Mr. Work, wrote, ''share thoir neighbors' desire and willingness to provide good school facilities for public school Mort GREAT WINES from Christian OF CALIFORNIA NAPA ROSE The most versatile of all table wines A delightful |ink wine which goes well with any meat, fish or fowl. Serve chilled. TShrwtim CREAM SHERRY A velvety Wend nf ♦he finest themes. Serve it or give it-proudly as one of America’s fin est wines. For a free 32-page book on cook ing and entertaining with wine, send your name and address to: The Christian Brothers, P.O. Box 117, Napa, Calif., Dept W931. Holt Dutributor FROMM end SICHELJnc New York Chicago San Francisco B. H. “Carley1 LeFever WalWMcIt** children* and, of course, they have made extraordinary person al sacrifices by voluntarily con tributing large sums of money for the construction of facilities for parochial school children." When Catholic men hear of multi-million dollar plans for fed eral aid to new school buildings, Mr. W'ork wrote, “they naturally raise questions as to what measure ment was used in determining the need and in what manner the prin ciples of justice and equity will be applied in the distribution of these large grants of federal money.” Mr. Work's letter stressed the “implications of the startling sta tistic that by 1960 elementary and secondary nonpublic schools should be prepared ‘o accommodate 5,225, 000 pupils, an increase of more than a million pupils over present es’imated enrollment. He also cited the Department of Com merce’s statistics showing that non public school construction during 1954 amounted to at least $225 million, “a sum in excess of the to tal grant-in-aid appropriation au thorized for a three-year period in Title III of S. 968.” ---------------—o------------------- Increase of ‘Trials* Of Priests Looked For in Hungary VIENNA (NC) It is expect ed that many “trials” of Franciscan priests and members of other re ligious orders will take place short ly in Budapest and various provin cial towns in communist Hungary. Observers here believe that the Budapest government, following the recent power shift in the Krem lin, has abandoned the policy of greater leniency toward religion adopted over a year ago, and is now embarking on tough-line pol icy toward the “reactionary forc es” in the country. It is estimated that more than 100 priests have been held in dif ferent jails for a considerable time, their “trials” meanwhile having been postponed over and over again. It is generally believed in Hungarian Catholic circles that these priests have been held as hostages, and as a means to “black mail” the hierarchy and the clergy. -------------------o------------------- Jews Honor Priest NEW YORK—(NC)—For his ef fective work among persons of all faiths, a Brooklyn priest has been honored ny members of the con gregation of a Jewish temple in his neighborhood. Father Archibald V. McLces. pastor of the Holy Rosary Church, received a plaque from the Con gregation Betli Elohim Temple for promoting brotherhood. The award was the ninth to be presented by the temple in the last nine years. "Your FriendlyNeighborly Store" CITY FURNITURE 2288 SULLIVANT RA 2577 WE Plenty ot Prompt 78 Week, TRADE Parking Delivery To Pay GREEN CAB CO. 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Harry Beck, retreat league pres ident, said Sunday's meeting was the largest event of its kind ever sponsored by the retreat league. Beck reported that 80 men from St. Mary parish have made retreats at the Shrine of the Little Flower in Columbus. Thirty-six men made retreats in July and September of 1954, he reported. Women of the parish who work in the school cafeteria, headed by Mrs. Paul Ward, prepared and serv ed the banquet Sunday. -------------------o------------------. Ancient Christian Art to Be Explored In UNESCO Book UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (NC) —Interest in a comparatively little known chapter of Christian art in Europe was stirred by the an nouncement that the United Na tions Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization would short ly publish a large volume dealing with paintings in Norway's medi eval stavkirker, or stave churches. These all-wood churches, which took their name from the massive staves, or upright timbers, which were a basic part of their construc tion, were built soon after Chris tianity was introduced into Nor way around A.D. 1000. Today only a handful remains of the more than 1.000 stave churches built between the 11th and 12th centuries, when Norway was a flourishing center of Catholicism. -------------------o------------------- Washington Slate Solons Gel Private School Aid Bill OLYMPIA, Wash. (NC) Aid for private schools is proposed in a measure now before the Washing ton State Legislature. The measure would increase pri vate schools’ tax-free campus lands from 40 to 100 acres. It was passed, 34 to 9, by the Senate. Advocates of the bill, headed by Dr. S. J. Eastvoid, Pacific Luther an College president, pointed out that non-tax supported schools make an annual contribution of $10-million to the public welfare in educating one-third of the col lege and university students in the State. Dr. Eastvoid heads the stale as sociation of non-tax-supported col leges and universities. The ten schools, including four Catholic, represented by the association, have a total enrollment of more than 10,000 students. -------------------o------------------- Chillicothe Woman Bequeaths $5000 To St. Mary's Bequests to St. Mary’s Church in Chillicothe and to six other Cath olic institutions were made in the will of the late Emma A. Guenther of Chillicothe, Ross County Probate Court records indicated this week. A former Chillicothe school teacher. Miss Guenther left $5000 to St. Mary’s Church. Other bequests include Mary knoll Junior Seminary at Mt. Wash ington, Cincinnati, $4,250: Good Sa maritan Hospital. Cincinnati, $6,000 Si. Rita’s School for the Deaf, Lockland, $6,000 St. Francis Hospital, Cincinnati, $5,500: Little Sisters of the Poor, Cincinnati, $5,000, and the Society of Mission ary Catechists, Huntington, Ind., $5,000. Miss Guenther died last Dec. 31. o--------------- Masons Note Huge Gains of Church MANILA, Philippines (NO—The forces of “slavery, fanaticism, and intolerance” have made "incredible gains” since the advent of inde pendence in the Philippines, ac cording to Judge G. B. Guevara. Judge Guevara, guest speaker at the annual meeting of the 33rd de gree of the Scottish Rite of Free masonary held here, appealed to the masons to save the country from the “forces of reaction”. There can be no doubt what Judge Guevara meant by using these terms, for the Church is often described by them in masonic cir cles. Call NOW and Reserve YOUR DATE Early. Your Hosts: TONY PENZONE and JOE SCURO RESTAURANT 13th Station of The Cross 'I One of the 14 marble Stations of the Cross "The Entombment" is a sculpture work by Donald De Lue for the Community Chapel in Loy-|a Seminary, Shrub Oak, N.Y. Mr. De Lue and five other sculptor, had exhibits at the Architectural League of New York during February. Catholics Reminded About Law Divorcees Regarding Dating I N I N NAT! (NC) Archbishop Karl J. Alter has asked the priests of this arch diocese to make it plain to their parishioners that keep ing company with a divorced person is forbidden. Constant Pressure Shanghai Catholics HONG KONG (NC) Al though constant pressure is being applied to Catholics, laymen as well as priests, in Shanghai, they continue to resist and very few have gone over to the communist sponsored “Independent Church.” That is the report given by Fa ther Victorio Garcia, S.J., who ar rived here last week after being ex pelled from Red China. Father Garcia characterized the Church in Shanghai as the “Church of prayer.” Catholic priests and lay people are constantly being taken to police headquarters and are threatened with arrest if they re fuse to collaborate with the so called “Independent Church.” Christians are slowly being elim inated from the schools, hospitals and all government agencies, Fa ther Garcia reported. There is severe rationing of oil, sugar, rice and clothing in Shang hai, he reported, and the scarcity of these things is even more mark ed in the villages outside the city. People start lining up at 2 o’clock in the morning to get their ration of food, he said. Motion Piclti Following is a list of motran picture* review wi and classified by the National Council of the Legion of Decency. Class A Section 1—Unobjectionable for general patronage. African Adventure, All American, Animal Farm, Athena, Atomic Kid. Arrow in the Dust. Rattle Taxi. Black Horse Canyon. Black Knight, Rob Mathias Story, Black Dakota'. Bounty Hunters, Brigadoon, Bright Road. Cannibal Attack, Cattle Queen of Mon tana. Challenge the Wild. Detective, Devil’s Harbor, Diamond Wizard. Dragnet, Drum Beat. Far Country. Hanse! and Gretel, High Society, Hunt ers of the Deep. Killer leopard. Killers From Space. King of the Khyber Rifles. Littlest Outlaw. The Living Desert, Living Jt. Up. Long Gray Lire. Marshalls in Disguise, Masterson of Kansas. Operation Manhunt, Out of This W'orld. Outlaw's Son. Paris Playboys, Passion, Path nf the Kingdom. Princess Cinderella, Project 7-M. Quest for a Lost City. Raid. Rembrandt, Romance, Boogie's Bump, Royal African Rifles. Scotch on the Rocks. Sea of Lost Ships, Smoke Signal. Snow Creature. They Rode West. Treasure of the Ruby Hills, Three Ring Circus, un.onfl Leagues Under the Sea. Two Gun Teacher, Two Guns and a Radge. Vanishing Prairie, Victory at Sea. W’hite Orchid, Wyoming Renegade. Class A Section 2 Unobjectionable for adults. Ardo. Apache. Bumbo Prison, Bad Day at Black Rock, Beachcomber. Beggar’s Opera, Black 13, Both Sides of the Law, Bullet Is Waiting. Captain Lightfoot. Dancing With Crime, Day of Triumph (This film, a representation, in part fic tional, of a period in the life of Christ, is based upon a modern interpretation of a Protestant version of the New Testa ment. Presented in a reverent and in spirational manner, it contains variances from and omissions of Spiritual and theo logical truths). Dav Out of Life. A (Ital ian) Desiree. Doctor in the House, Down Three Dari Streets. Edge of Divorrc. Executive Suite. Fire Over Africa. Four Ways Out (U.S. prints). Gate of Hell, Good Die Young, The Green Fire. Heart of the Matter. Hell Below Zero, Hobson's Choice. Indiscretion of an American Wife. Jupiter's Daughter. Last Time I Saw Paris, Life in the Balance, Long John Silver. Mad Magician. Magnificent Obsession, Make Haste to Live, Mighty Fortress. New Orleans Uncensored. On the Waterfront, Outcast. Prince of Players. Port of Hell, Push over. Private Hell 36. Return to Treasure Lland, Ring of Fear, Riot in Cell Block 11. Kabaks. Secret Assignment. Shanghai Story, Sign of the Pagan. Silver Chalice, Spice of Life. Star of India. Steel Cage. Suddenly. Security Risk. Tarzan's Hidden Jungle. Tonight's the Night. Trombo, Tropic Zone, Trouble on the Trail. Unchained. Violent Men. Voice of Silence (U.S. prints). Vice Squad. Young at Heart. Class B—Objectionable in part. About Mrs. Leslie. Act of Love. Al) In a message sent from the Chancery Office, the Archbish op said there had been an “alarming increase” in this pro blem. He cited a convert class in which 16 of the 30 persons enrolled were "divorced persons keeping company with Catholics.” Ha advised th* priests to make it clear that "company keeping by or with a divorced person, Catholic or non-Catholic, is for bidden- any Catholic who violates this law of God is not a fit sub ject for the reception of the Sacraments until he resolves to break such associations and to amend his life in this regard." The Archbishop said of those Catholics who assert it is all right to keep company with a-divorced person “as long as the couple be haves themselves”: “This is tantamount to denying the Ninth Commandment and the obligation to avoid giving scandal. It is also an attempt to usurp the exclusive right of the Church to determine the free (marital) status of any of her children. “It is the function of the Church and not of private individuals to determine the nullity of any mar riage or the freedom of any per son to marry. Until and unless the Church has so slated, a divorced person is not free to marry and therefore not free to keep company, nor may a Catholic keep company with such a person.” The desire of a divorced non Catholic td become a Catholic does not change his marital status, the message points out. •cs Classified Ashore, Americano, Arena. Bad for Each Other Bait, Barefoot Contessa. Battle Cry. Beauties of the Night, Bells of St. Trinians. Big Night. Bigamist. Black Tuesday, Bread, Love, and Dreams. Carmen Jones. Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl( Captive Women. Carnival Story. The Counterfeiters, Crash Out, Cry Vengeance. Deep in My Heart. Destination Matri mony. Destry, Doomed, Duffy of San Quentin. Earnings of Madame De, Egyptian. Fac/ to Face, Fear and Desire. Forbid den. Forever Female, Flame and the Flesly Four Guns to the Border, Fugi tis e From Trieste. Gang Busters. Golden Mistress, Gorilla at Large. Here Come ihe Girls. Hells Outpoat. Hix Last 12 Hours. Hoodlum. The. Human Desire. Kiss Me Kate. Land of Fury, Laughing Anne. Lime light, Little Caesar, Lure nf the Sila. Man Behind the Gun. Man Between, Man Crazy. Man in the Attic. Man With My Face. Many Rivers to Cross. Mesa of Lost Women, Mogambo. Murder With out Tears. Naked Alibi, New Faces. New York Confidential, Niagara, Night Without Sleep. n Congocern. O. K Nero. Operation Secret. Other Women. Overcoat. Paris Model. Playgirl, Phfft. Pleasure Garden. President’s Lady, Problem Girls. Public Enemy. Racers, Return to Paradise, Rogue Cop, Rome 11 o'clock. Sabrina. Shield of Murder. Sins of Rome, Siren of Bagdad. Six Bridges to Cross, So This Is Paris. South Sea Women, Strange Deception. Strange Witness, Susan Slept Here. System. Tanga-Tika, Target Earth, Ten Men W’anted, Theodora. Slave Empress (U.S. prints), There's No Business Like Show Business, Thy Neighbor's Wife. This Is My Love. Track of the Cat. Three for the Show, Twist-of Fate. Two Cents Worth of Hope. Underwater. Vera Crux. Volcano Waterfront Women. Wicked Women. Woman They Almost Lynched. Women's Prison. Class Condemned. Bandit, The (Italian): Behind Closed Shutters. Blue Angel, Bullet for Stephano, A Carnival in Flanders, Dedec, Devil in" the Flesh, Devil's Sleep, Flesh Will Sur render (Italian), It’s Forever Springtime, Jungle Stampede, Just a Big Simple Girl, La Ronde. Lovers of Verona. Manon, Marie du Port, Merry Chase. Miss Julia, Mom and Dad. Moon Is Blue, The No Orchids for Miss Blandish, Of Love and Bandits. Oh, Amelia !. Paris Nights, Paris Waltz, The Room Upstairs, Royal Affair. A Rozina, the Line Child Sacred Latuka. Scandals of the Clocemerle. Seven Deadly Sins. Sinners. She Should* Said No. Story of Bob and Sally. The Strange Triangle. Street Corner, Strollers. Three Forbidden Stories. Thrill That Kills. Times Gone By, Ways of Trfive, Wench, The Young and Damned. Violated. Sensualita, French Line (Objection: Suggestive and indecent ac tion, costuming, and dialogue. In incidents of subject matter and treatment it is gravely offensive to Christian and tradi tional standards of morality and decency and is capable of grave, evil influence upon those who patronize it, especially youth, reports the Legion of Decency.), Girls Marked Danger, LaPlaisir, One Summer of Happiness, Lovers, Happy Isovers. Garden of Eden, Illicit Interlude, Money Here To Help You Buy, Repair Or Refinance A Home Of Your Own AU loan applications promptly pro cessed ... no red tape current rates. Sk SINCE 188$ rRAILROADW k BUILDING & LOAN CO. 40 EAST BROAD ST. CA S-fcSie *. a. mtn pm*. «. o iarkis. a«w CA 4.*S« Church School* In Mexico Hit MEXICO CITY —(NC)— An attack against the Church and against the government for not strictly enforcing anti Catholic laws—has been made here by an anti-clerical organ ization called the Federation of Mexican Liberal Groups. Main targets of the attack were Mexico's Catholic schools, which exist throughout the nation in large numbers despite the fact that, they are prohibited by the Mexican Constitution. The Sinarquist Union and the National Action Party pro-Catho lic political groups, were called reactionary’ and accused of plan ning to seize control nf the ernment and destroy "the demo cratic reform movement fOV During a meeting held to com memorate the adoption of the Mex ican Constitution of 1917, the fed eration’s president, Luis Catano Morlet, charged that “elements in imical to democratic liberalism and progressiveness” had been giv en important government posts. He called for the resignation of these "enemies uho have surren dered to clericalism." The Constitution of 1917 made education a state monopoly and forbade establishment of relig ious schools. All Church property was nationalized and civil mar riage made compulsory. In *ecent years an increasingly tolerant attitude towards Catholic ism has been shown by the gov ernment. Catholic schools, though illegal, have been allowed to op erate. Nearly 500,000 students are attending schools operated by Ca tholic’. At the same time there are 2,000.000 Mexican children who cannot go to school because there are not enough public schools. Bishops Denounce Peron’s Type Of ‘Social Justice* BOGOTA, Colombia (NC) The Bishops of Colombia have de nounced the doctrine of President Juan D. Peron of Argentina. This doctrine, termed “justicial ismo”, is taken here as meaning a regime of alleged social justice under a “military-labor dictator ship.’* A joint pastoral by the Co lombian Bishops warned against “infiltration of Peronismo’’ into Colombia's labor movement. “Social justice which ‘justicialis mo' seeks to implant,” said a pas toral signed by all the Bishops, "is not the social justice of the Scrip tures, but instead serves to exalt a man and keep him in power.” They said the National Workers Confederation, which was recently recognized by the Colombian gov ernment, is linked internationally with Peronist influence. The Bish ops charged that the organization's expenses were paid directly by the Argentine embassy and also through Peron s international la bor group, known as Atlas. -------------------o------------------ Red China Is in Grip Of Famine, Manion Reports CHICAGO—(NC)—Red-ruled Chi na is in the grip of a wide-spread famine. Clarence Manion, former Notre Dame University law school dean told a nation-wide radin au dience. Dr. Manion later said he obtained his information about conditions inside China from a pri vate British intelligence service. The Manion statement about the famine served to recall that Fa ther John Baptiste Maye, C.P.. who returned to his native Scranton. Pa„ shortly befort last Christmas after three years’ imprisonment in Red China, told the N.C.W.C. News Service early in December. 1954, that China would be swept by a famine this year. o------------------ Want ads are orofit tested and proved. Game of Life. Mademoiselle Gobelte. We Want a Child: This film deals with a subject morally objectionable for pre sentation in entertainment motion picture theaters. Furthermore, the treatment nf the theme seriously offends Christian and traditional standards of morality. (Keep this listing for future references.) 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Ths split decision of the State's highest tribunal held that "the term public is the antithesis of Continued Aid to Catholic Schools Expected in France PARIS (NC)- State aid to Cath olic schools, a major issue in France s recent cabinet crisis, ap pears likely to continue under the new government headed by Pre mier Edgar Faure. The new Premier, confirmed by the National Assembly by a vote of 369 to 210, was elected with the support of the pro-Cathoiic parties —the Popular Republicans (M.R.P.) and the Independents. Only the communists and socialists—bitter enemies of aid to Catholic schools —opposed him. The presence of many outstand ing Catholics in the cabinet is a further guarantee that the govern ment will propose no legislation hostile to Catholic education inter ests. Continue Progress Toward Beatification of Pius IX VATICAN CITY (Radio. NC) —The beatification cause nf Pope IX continues to progress. an ordinary session, the Sa- Pius In cred ined in the case of the Pope who ruled from 1846 to 1878, the longest pon tificate in the history of the Church. Fridav. Mar 4.1955 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—S Private Schools Appeal Zoning Case Decisions WASHINGTON, D. C. (NC) A decision which back ed up a zoning ordinance denying permission for the construc tion of a private high school in a section of Wauwatosa, Wis, has been appealed to the United States Supreme Court here. Congregation nf Rites exam the question of “non-cultus” A ‘'non-cultus” investigation is made to determine if there has ev er been any public veneration of the person in advance of the Church's official pronouncement. private." It said that public and private schools serve different interests and are designed to do so. 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