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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday. June 17,1955
10.000 Take Part in Rome
Corpus Christi Procession
ROME—(NC) Tens of thou
sands of Romans took part in a
Corpus Christi procession in which
Archbishop Luigi Traglia. Vice
gerente of Rome, carried the Bless
ed Sacrament several miles through
the crowded streets of the Trion
fale section.
Located not far from the Vati
can. the neighborhood is one of
the poorest in the city.
Now Many Wear
FALSE TEETH
With More Comfort
FA8TEETH a pleasant alkaline
(non-add! powder, holds false teeth
inore firmly To eat and talk In more
comfort, just sprinkle a little FAS
TER1TH on your plates. No gummy,
gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks
■plate odor” (denture breath). Get
wASTEETH at any drug counter.
-I
Kit
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Geo. J. Igel Co., Inc.
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Florentine Restaurant
907 W. Broad CA. 82262
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
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Titoists Angered as Visitors
See People Demonstrate Faith
TRIESTE (NC) The three top Kremlin leaders who
spent eight days in Yugoslavia as guests of Marshal Tito left
behind at least one bitterly angry and disappointed “com
rade
He is the notorious Edward Kardelj. the Slovene com
munist leader, who has been vainly trying to introduce com-
munism intn Slovenia’s countryside
and to replace religious devotion
with Marxism-Leninism.
He is deeply disturbed—accord
ing to reports reaching here—be
cause the Soviet leaders were able
to see for themselves how utterly
the Tito regime has failed in wip
ing out religion among the people
of the predominantly Catholic re
gions of Croatia and Slovenia.
The opportunity came when Ni
kita S. Khrushchev, the powerful
secretary general of the Soviet
Communist Party, was taken, along
with Premier Nikolai A. Bulganin
and Deputy Premier A. I. Mikoyan
Phone CApital 1-6665
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ALL CITIES
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DAY OR NIGHT
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of the USSR, on an automobile tour
from Rijeka (Fiume) through Pos
tojna to Ljubljana, capital of Slov
enia, and from Ljubljana to Bled.
The trip was made on May 31, a
day on which the countryfolk
farmers, peasants, villagers, the
young and the old—climax their
traditional special month-long ex
pressions of devotion to the Mother
of God.
What the three Soviet leaders
saw caused Kardelj to confess later:
“We have made one of our biggest
blunders.”
All through th* trip, Khrush
chev and his companions saw
groups of Catholics in pictures
que homespun costumes, some
barefoot, wending their way to
churches and chapels to pray to
the Holy Virgin. They saw farm
ers kneeling in the bright sun
shine at th* foot of wayside
crosses, rosaries dangling from
their fingers.
According to the reports, the
Soviet leaders were obviously amaz
ed at the scenes of Marian devo
tion along the route. They ap
peared, however, to be cheerful and
good-humored. But not the Tito
henchmen who rode with them.....
Karldelj was quoted as saying
also after the trip: “If the journey
had been postponed for 24 hours,
Khrushchev would never have got
the impression that it is the Catho
lic Church and not the Communist
Party which still dominates the
life of Slovenia's countryside.”
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Bishop* Two Laymen
Honored by Queen
ROSEAU. Dominica, British West
Indies (NO—Belgian born Bish
op James Morris, C.SS.R., of Ro
seau has been made a Companion
of the Most Excellent Order of the
British Empire (CBE) by Queen
Elizabeth.
His name, and those of two other
prominent Catholics in the British
West Indies, appeared in the
Queen's Birthday Honors list.
The other Catholics honored
were Sir William Alexander Bus
tamente, a Negro, who was made
a Knight Bachelor and Capt Henry
S. McGrath, who also was appointed
Companion of the Most Excellent
Order of the British Empire Both
belong to Jamaica
WHERE THOUSANDS
SAVE MILLIONS
8% fl Currant Return
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Saturday, June 18th 4-17 P.M.
Fancy Work Stand Cakes
Novelty Games Fish Pond
Refreshments Amusements
21" RCA VICTOR COLORED TV
AND OTHER PRIZES ON DISPLAY
This Ad Sponsored By These Patrons Of St.
Hoermle’s Appliances
1899 Parson. HI. 4-2195
SNEDEKER’S
Confectionery and Grocery
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South Hi-Wee-Wash-lt
Laundry
1602 S. High HI. 4-8646
DoVanney Cleaners
And Tailors
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LEED’S JEWELERS
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To $10,000
CENTRAL OHIO
FEDERAL SAVINGS
78 South Third Stroot
ST. LADISLAUS
HOMECOMING
Foreign Grocery
Foodtown Store
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MAEDER QUINT
FUNERAL HOME
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Whitacre Flowers
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WM. J. SIMONS
FUNERAL HOME
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HI. 4-5909 Re*. HI. 4-8169
Columbus-Celina
Coach Co.
220 I. Town St. CA. 1-5030
City Decorating Co.
781 S. Front St.
HI. 4-4230 HI. 4-1734
Lake Shore System
714 E. Broad St.
CA. 4-6310 CA. 1-5171
‘Defender of the Church'
■W
k *1
Bi i
Eugene J. Butler, director of the Legal Department of the Na
tional Catholic Welfare Conference, receives th* honorary degree
of Doctor of Laws from Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle, Chancellor,
at th* ennual commencement exercises at Catholic University of
America. Mr. Butler, a Knight Commander of th* Order of St.
Gregory, was praised for being a "strong defender and promoter
o* th* rights and welfare of the Church."
Status of Viet
Refugees Still
Islnkown
(Radio, N.CjW.C. News Service)
By Father Patrick O'Connor
SAIGON, Vietnam The
International Commission is
still unable to give information
regarding the men and women
sentenced by the communist
Vietminh in North Vietnam
following attempts by refugees
to depart for the south.
Replying to this correspondent
at a press conference here, Indian
Chairman M. J. Desai said th«
Commission “has requested the au
thorities to keep it informed as to
the status of these persons De
lays are something the Commis
sion must accept.”
To a question, “Will the Com
mission accept any delay? Are not
some delays themselves violations
of the Geneva agreements?” Mr.
Desai answered: “Three or four
months to terminate a given case
is not unreasonable.”
The group of Balang prisoners
concerning whom the Commission
quiered the Vietminh, apparently
fruitlessly, are now more than four
months sentenced. The Commission
found the Vietminh guilty in the
incident after which these persons
were arrested.
WASHINGTON (NC) Rep.
Louis C. Rabaut of Michigan has
said he foresees no objection from
the present Congress on his bill
to create a special die to cancel
stamps with the words “I*ray for
Peace.”
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Catholic Hour
Draws Record
Mail Response
WASHINGTON (NC)
A record-breaking mail re
sponse followed the recent
“Paulist Debates” series on
The Catholic Hour on Tele
vision program, it was disclos
ed here by the National Coun
cil of Catholic Men, producer
of the programs.
The series which was carried by
the NBC network and features Fa
thers John Reynolds and James
Finley. Paulist priests, was in the
form of debates on the subjects
“Need of Religion,” “A Sense of
Sin.” “Confession” and “Marriage.”
Father Finley took the role of ob
jector while Father Reynolds de
fended the teachings of the Church.
The NCCM announced that more
than 17.000 pieces of mail were re
ceived as a result of the programs
—a response unprecedented in the
history of The Catholic Hour on
TV. Thousands of the letters came
from persons who had personal
problems concerning the topics
discussed. Hundreds were requests
from non-Catholics. who asked for
SECTION
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SCRAP METAL OF ALL KINDS. WILL
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card. F, Markland, Frazeysburg.
Schlitz. Burger Gam
Distributor In Licking County
Hmes Distributing Company
Newark, O. Phone FA 6-6911
Carry Outs
MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT
COLD BEER ALE WINE
PARTY SUPPLIES CASE DKLTVERl
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198 8. Third
Hardwares
Delta Power Foote
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11
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87-88 W. Men St. Newark
WALKER’S
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Phone FA. 5-8241
Rear 384 W. Church St.
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insured
THE
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additional information concerning
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said 15,000 pamphlets were sent I
out to letter writers. I
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ROBERTS
SUNOCO SERVICE
Washing Polishing Servicing
Tire* Batteries Accessories
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234 Mt. Vernon Road
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Seat Covers—Quaker State Oil
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Zerone & Zerex—Auto Supplies
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365 National Drive
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RITCHEY'S
Restaurant
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Altmeyer Shell Service
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402 W. Main St. Diamond 4-5905 Newark, Ohio
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