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Freemasons Rejoice as Japan's
Premier Receives High Degree
TOKYO (NC) American and Philippine Freemasons
rejoice that Japan has now a Masonic Prime Minister. That’s
something they’ve been trying to achieve for six years.
Premier Ichiro Hatoyama, who seeks “normalized” rela
tions with Soviet Russia and closer trade contacts with com
munist China, recently received the degree of Master Mason
here. Pre minent American and
Philippine Masons attended the
Father Healey to Attend
Minor Seminary Meeting
Father Edward F. Healey, pre
fect of seminarians and professor
of English at St. Charles Seminary,
will attend the sixth annual Minor
Seminary Conference on the Curri
culum of the Minor Seminary May
13-15, at the Catholic University of
America, Washington, D. C.
In addition to a review of last
year’s study of seminary Greek
courses, the 1955 meeting wiP con
centrate on social studies.
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The degree was conferred by a
team of Freemasons from the Grand
Lodge of the Philippines who flew
here for the purpose.
For years the Masons had tried
to get Mr. Hatoyama’s strongly pro
American predecessor, Shigeru
Yoshida, to join, but without suc
cess. Hatoyama took the first step
of initiation into Masonry several
years ago, when he was still a po
litical purgee. (Gen. Douglas Mac
Arthur’s headquarters had put him
on the purge list early in 1946.)
He became Prime Minister last De
cember. Thereupon the Lodges pre
pared to make him a Master Ma
Freemasonry was launched in
Japan about January, 1949, with
the active encouragement of high
officers in the U.S. Occupation
headquarters. An American Army
officer, belonging to a Tokyo head
quarters section with a branch in
Manila, was the chief organizer of
Masonry in Japan. He used his of
ficial journeys between Tokyo and
Manila for the purpose.
Later, he was accused of illegal
traffic in military currency, was
courtmartialed, convicted, and sent
back to the U.S. His campaign to
promote Masonry thereby came un
der something of a cloud.
Freemasonry in the Philippines
is notoriously anti-Catholic. It be
gan there as an importation from
So far, Japanese Freemasons as a
group have taken no apparent an
News In Brief
STEUBENVILLE Father Lou
is F. Dion, A.A., presently awaiting
a Russian visa so he can replace
the expelled Father Georges Bis
sonette in Moscow, told a Steuben
ville Register reporter that he is
anxious to start his new task. Here
for a three-day retreat, Father Dion
added that his unfamiliarity with
the Russian language would pre
sent no difficulties since “there
isn’t much traveling around Mos
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At Panama Rural Life Congress
Archbishop Francis Beckmann, of Panama, welcomes Kath
leen Welsh (left) and Barbara Wald of the United States to the
Third, International Catholic Rural Life Congress hold in Penema
City. Among 200 delegates from 16 countries, Miss Walsh and Miss
Wald are attending the conference as representatives of Grail, an
international lay apostolic movement of young women with
Americen headquarters at Grailville, Loveland, 0. At the Arch
Bishop's left is Fr. James Gleason, C.M., mission pastor from
May They Rest In Peace
CONLEY, James C., 53. 65 W.
Church St., Newark, May 3, St.
Francis de Sales church. Survivors:
four sisters and two brothers.
CASEY, Miss Helen, 465 Mt. Ver
non Ave., Columbus, May 2, St.
Patrick church. Survivors: one sis
ter and a brother.
DARBY, James F., 60. 80 S. Sixth
St., Columbus, May 2, St. Patrick
church. Survivor: a sister.
LAIPPLY, Mrs. Emily, 53, Worth
ington, April 27, St. Michael
church. Survivors: her husband,
Warren: a daughter, her mother,
one sister and a brother.
KENNELLY, Mrs. Mary, 78, 1144
S. 22nd St., Columbus, May 2, Cor
pus Christi church. Survivors: four
sons, two daughters and two sis
SCHWARTZ, Philip H„ 82, 710 S.
Champion Ave., Columbus, May 2,
St. John the Evangelist church.
Survivors: three daughters, nine
grandchildren, five great-grand
children, two brothers and two sis
GRIFFIN, Robert A., 62, 1665
Northwest Blvd., Columbus, Mar.
22, St. Christopher church. Sur
vivors: his wife, Melba two neph
ews and three sisters.
DEL SAVIS, Theresa,, 69. 516
Johnson Ave., Dennison, April 26,
Immaculate Conception chu
Survivors: her husband, Angelo
two daughters, two brothers and
McLAUGHLIN, Mrs. Carrie, 75,
259 Kelton Ave., Columbus, April
30, Holy Rosary church. Survivors:
BURKLEY, Miss Florine. 57,
894 Livingston Ave., Columbus,
April 29. St. John the Evangelist
church. Survivors: her mother,
Theresa a sister and a brother.
RILEY, Augustus S., 70, 143
Woodrow Ave., Columbus, April
29, St. Ladislaus church. Survivors:
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LUNSFORD, Mrs. Opal, 36,
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April 29, Sacred Heart church. Sur
vivors: one daughter, her mother,
one niece, one sister and two neph
SERVA1S, Mrs. Zena. 83, 139 Co
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St. Vincent de Paul church. Sur
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LEAKE, Mrs. Catherine, 87, Co
lumbus, April 30, St. John the
Evangelist church. Survivors: sev
eral nieces and nephews.
REED, Robert, 2, 125 Westwood
Rd., Columbus, April 29, Our Lady
of Peace church. Survivors: his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Reed three sisters, and grandpar
MATTINGLY, Pius, 70, Pinker
ton Lane, Zanesville, April 29, St.
Thomas church. Survivors: his
wife, Ada two brothers and two
DUFFY, Karl, 1412 Oak St., Co
lumbus, April 28, St. Joseph ca
thedral. Survivors: a son, two bro
thers and two sisters.
O’REILLY, Mrs. Mabel, 51, 85
Flory Ave., Newark, April 27, St
Francis de Sales church. Survivors:
her husband, James one son, a
daughter and three sisters.
AHN, Mrs. Anna B.. 55 N. Henry
St., Delaware. April 29, St. Mary
church. Survivors: her husband,
Ralph one brother, one sister, two
nephews and two nieces.
AHN. Mrs. Julia, 72, Columbus,
April 28, Sacred Heart church. Sur
vivors: her husband, Aaron, and a
PHILLIPS, Mrs. Marne 67, 8 Un
derwood St., Zanesville, May 2, St.
Nicholas church. Survivors: two
daughters, a grandson, two sisters,
and a brother.
FREEMAN. William S. 89. 926
Nancy Ave., Zanesville, May 2, St.
Thomas church. Survivors: four
sons, three daughters, and a bro
Rosary Rally Runs
Afoul of African
LYDENBURG, Union of South
Africa (NC) The South Afri
can racial segregation law led to
a family rosary rally, featuring
Father Patrick Peyton, C.S.C., be
ing held in darkness.
The town clerk of Nelspruit, a
town of the Lydenburg diocese,
informed the committee organizing
the rally that if both Africans and
Europeans attended a scheduled
rally in front of the town hall, all
the lights would be turned off. He
said mixed gatherings were illegal
under the apartheid (racial segre
Determined to have the rally
anyway, Bishop John Riegler of
Lydenburg changed the location
of the rally to the church grounds.
Both Africans and Europeans at
tended it, but it was held in com
555 W. Broad St.
U.S. Senator Paul Douglas
of Illinois and Rep. Walter H.
Judd of Minnesota teamed up
at a press lisncheon here to
urge support for the recently
reorganized Committee of One
Million Against the Admission
of Communist China to the
With a “slightly reorganized”
steering committee the reactivated
organization was set up to carry on
the work started last year through
a nationwide petition campaign
which secured 1.037,000 individual
signatures against the admission.
Senator Douglas told the news
men there was “no ethical case
for the admission of Red China
to the United Nations." He said
that admission of Red China to
the UN "would have a disastrous
effect on the spread of commun
ism in Asia and would pro
vide a great propaganda weapon
for Red China."
The Illinois Senator hastened to
add that the organization was ‘‘not
a committee of the right wing of
the United States.” He pointed
out that the American Federation
of Labor has taken substantially
the same position as that of the
Committee of One Million.
Representative Judd, one of the
initiators of the movement, point
ed out that some 250 sponsors of
the committee include one-fourth
of the membership of the House
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ed a new broadside at religion and
at the Catholic and Protestant
The attack was made after the
communists failed in their efforts
to have all the East German youth
initiated in communist rites. Both
Catholic and Protestant prelates
expressed strong criticism of the
Red rites, declaring that they
sought to separate youth from
Christianity. Only about 20 per
cent of the East German youth, it
is estimated, took part in the rit
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sure on both youths and parents.
In an article published in the
party publication, the Reds charg
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olic prelates, Bishop Dibelius (Lu
theran Bishop of Berlin) and the
other leading representatives of Lu
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in justifying the rule of the im
perialist bourgeoisie and in defend
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toward, and hatred for, the work
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