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BARTELSO, III. (NC) The
first garment factory making only
“Marilyke’’ women’s and girls’
clothes has been opened here and
has already placed on the nation
al market its first line of apparel.
The firm is operating under the
name “National Marilyke Manufac
turing Company,’’ and will produce
only garments that meet the stan
dards of the Marilyke movement
which was established to curb the
trend toward immodest dress. Each
garment made here will bear a
tag designating it as a Marilyke
piece of clothing.
In the Marian Year, the Holy
Father praised the crusade, promis
ed prayers for its continued suc
cess and sent his Apostolic Bless
ing to the clergy. Religious and
I lay persons who have helped to
I promote it.
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Since Nagy was replaced by Pre
mier Andras Hegedus secret police
agents from Budapest have been
systematically searching churches
and the homes of Bishops, priests
and prominent Catholics in west
ern Hungary, according to reports
from Szombathely, Hungarian town
on the Austrian frontier.
Some priests have been arrested
there and taken to Budapest for in
terrogation, reports stated.
Priests there have also been
warned individually by Communist
Party officials that they will be
held responsible for the failure of
farmers to deliver their production
quotas.
In othvr parts of Hungary, no
tably in the fertile Banat region,
priests were informed that they
will be treated as hostages for
any acts of sabotage intended to
destroy the harvests, reports
said. The Reds are thus threat
ening priests in order to fright
en farmers into producing for
the government.
Center of the renewed persecu
tion is in the Eger archdiocese,
where six priests have reportedly
Sudan Catholic
State Help
JUBA, Sudan (NC)
Catholic and other private
schools in the Anglo-Egyptian
Sudan will continue to get gov
ernment aid, according to an
assurance given here by Min
ister of Education Ali el Rah
man el Amin in an interview
with the Catholic Ordinaries
of South Sudan.
between the
Minister took
of reports that
government in
The meeting
Bishops and the
place in the wake
the policy of the
the near future might be to estab
lish state schools, to the detriment
of Catholic and Protestant schools.
The Minister pointed out that
the question of establishing state
schools has not yet been settled
because of the financial implica
tions involved. He assured the
Bishops, however, that in all
event* private education will
continue to receive government
aid in the past.
During the meeting, the Bishops
took occasion to explain the
Church’s teachings requiring that
the children of Catholic parents be
given a Catholic education.
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A New Science Building Is Blessed
One of the major unit* In the two million dollar expansion program at St. Mary's College, Notre
Dame, Ind., is the two-story brick science building just completed. Bishop Leo A. Pursley, Administrator
of the Fort Wayne Diocese is shown blessing the building. SiAer M. Madeleva, Saint Mary's president,
is at the right. Beside her is the Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, president of Notre Dame University, who
later delivered the principal address at the ceremonies.
Stepped-up Persecution
Reported from Hungary
GRAZ, Austria (NC) Since shortly before the an
nouncement of the dismissal of Hungary’s “Moderate” Pre
mier Imre Nagy, the communist campaign against the Church
in that country has been stepped up-
The Premier was dismissed by his fellow communists for
loo closely following the policy of Russia’s ousted Premier
Georgi Malenkov and stressing!
production of consumer goods in
stead of heavy industrial output.
been arrested for “anti-state ac
tivities.” The freedom of another
ten priests is said to have been re
stricted. According to the reports,
Archbishop Julius Czapik of Eger,
acting chairman of the Hungarian
board of Bishops, is in danger of
being arrested.
Deportation of “undesirable ele
ments’’—mainly of the remaining
Catholic middle-c lass families—
was reported continuing in all in
dustrial cities except Budapest.
Scientists Laud
Pontiff’s Grasp
Of Problems
VATICAN CITY (Radio,
NCI- Deeply impressed bv
the Pope’s profound knowl
edge of the problems of mod
ern science and the Holy See’s
gracious hospitality, 20 world
famed scholars have conclud
ed here a week’s study of
micro-nutrient elements in
vegetable and animal life.
At the same time these scholars,
all of whom had an opportunity to
see the Holy Father at close range
and talk with him, individually
voiced their pleasure and amaze
meiil at tinding him so writ physi
tally and alert mentally.
“Contrary to the impression cre
ated by many press reports, we
found the Fonliff in excellent con
dition,” said Froiessur Daniel I.
Arnon of California, a nun-Catho
lic and the only American partici
pant. “Ali of us w'ere extremely
pleased by the Pope’s vigor and
graciousness during an audience
granted to us last Sunday. The
Pontiff’s discourse left the deepest
impression upon us because of the
profundity, clarity and grasp of
various scientific problems, includ
ing nuclear physics, it revealed.”
Doctor Salk lells
Of Audience With
Holy Father
WASHINGTON (NC) “The
Pope impressed me as a very great
man,” Dr. Jonas E. Salk—a great
man in his own right—said here.
Dr. Salk, answering questions of
newsmen after being presented a
citation fur his discovery of the
polio vaccine, by President Eisen
hower at the White House, recall
ed that he had a group audience
with the Holy Father last year
when he was in Rome attending
the Third International Conference
on Poliomyelitis.
At the time, Pope Pius XII call
ed the hope of ending the threat of
polio “more alive and justified
more than ever” and praised the
experiment being carried on among
United States schoolchildren.
“We hope with ail Our heart,”
Ithe Pontiff said in reference to the
ilfight against polio, “that incontest
ffluble success may crown without de
I lay the tenacity of scholars and
llhat. medicine may add to its titles
lot glory that of having triumphed
Iso formidable an enigma.”
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Laws Checked,
Mitchell Believes
SCRANTON, Pa. (NC) The
movement to enact controversial
so-called right-to-work laws in the
nation has been checked, I^ibor
Secretary James P. Mitchell said
here.
The cabinet officer said this
checking has come from a growing
awareness of what the laws mean
and a solid opposition against
them. He said that right-to-work
laws “obviously’’ are in conflict
with the social Encyclicals of Pope
Leo XII and Pope Pius XI.
He said that his own basic ob
jection to the law is his belief that
a new employee in a union-shop
plant should pay his rightful shaie
for the services that the union
renders. Where there is a union
shop, he said, it is set up by a ma
jority of the employees as provid
ed for in the Taft-Hartley Law.
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Beds, Integration
Seen as Foremost
Domestic Issues
WASHINGTON (NC) The
greatest domestic problems facing
the nation today aie battling
against communist infiltration and
bringing about a peaceful integra
tion of the races in the nation’s
public schools, Berald D. Morgan,
special counsel to President Eisen
hower, told a Georgetown Univer
sity law center audience here.
He emphasized that the commu
nist problem “is tremendous.’’ He
added: “We can and do have faith
that solutions to it will be found.
Surely no lawyer who has an op
portunity to contribute to these so
lutions through public service
should forego that privilege.”
Regarding the school integration
situation, Mr. Morgan said “the
Supreme Court cannot alone ac
complish the result. It willl re
quire action at all levels and in all
branches oi government from the
legislative, executive, and judicial
branches uf the Federal govern
ment down through the state and
counties to the local school boards”
he declared.
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Third Norway
Bishop to Be
XHisecraied
OSLO, Norway (NC)
Norway’s third Catholic Bish
op will be consecrated as Titu
lar Bishop of Vadada and Vic
ar Apostolic of Northern Nor
way, at Tromso on Sunday,
May 15, it was announced
He is Msgr John Wember,
German-born member of the
Congregation of the Holy Fam
ily, who as named to the titular
See when the former Prefecture
Apostolic of Northern Norway,
which he had headed since 1938.
was raised to a Vicariate Apostolic
by His Holiness Pope Pius XII
in March.
Jhe cuiisedalur will be Biabup
James Mangers S of Oslo. he
cu-consecrators will be Bishop
John Ruth. Vicar Apostolic of Cen
tral Norway, and Bishop William
Cobben. recently named the first
Bishop of the newly created Dio
cese of Helsinki in Finland.
Norwegion Catholics number
about 5.000 in a population of
over three million. The new Vi
cariate of Northern Norway, with
headquarters at Tromso, embraces
only some 30U Catholics in a pup
ulation of about 350,000.
Namr uf ‘Holy Spirit*
Urged in Prayer*
IM’LNNA’n NC Pur-b
and laity of the Cincinnati archdio
cese have been asked by the chan
cery office here to use the name
“Holy Spirit” instead of “Holy
Ghost.” It was explained “the word
‘ghost’ no longer ha* the precise
meaning it had when first applied
to the Third Person of the Bleesed
Trinity.
In a bulletin to the clergy, the
chancery pointed out that the new
Coliectio Kituum, an English
translation of the Sacraments of
Baptism, Marriage and Extreme
Unction and also 28 commonly
used blessings, uses the term “Holy
Spirit’ except in the Apostles’
Creed.
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GALLUP, N.M. (NC) His
Eminence James Francis Cardinal
McIntyre. Archbishop of Ixs Ange
les will dedicate Gallup’s new Sa
cred Heart Cathedral on June 19, it
was announced.
The new brick Romanesque
structure which cost about $500,
000, seats about 800 Since the
erection of the Gallup diocese in
1940, the church auditorium of Sa
cred Heart parish has served as
lhe fathedini
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