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Meet Sept. 28
PITTSBURGH(Spl.) Twn
men who have felt the heel of
Communist oppression one
a priest and one a layman
will he among the principal
speakers at the Sixth National
convention of ihe Holy Name
Society here Sept. 28-Oct 2
Father l^opnld L. S. Braun. A.
A., will draw nn a 12-year experi
once as pastor of the last remain
ing Catholic church in Moscow for
his talk, "My Parish in the Shad
ow of the Kremlin
Dr. Cyril A Zebof, professor of
economics at Duquesne University,
an authority on Communist infil
tration techniques, will address the
convention on "The Church Ixioks
to l^iy
Leadership.”
men will speak on .Sept 29.
William Penn Hotel
12 unbroken years during
Roth
in the
For
peacetime and wartime Father
Braun served American Catho
lics in Moscow at chaplain,
last ten years at patter of
only Catholic church there,
remained at hit post during
liege of Moscow when the Ger
man Wehrmacht w»i only nine
milet away.
the
th»
He
the
Following the Yalta Conference.
Russian officialdom began tn make
Father Brauns stay in Russia in
tolerable and he was forced tn
leave. His safe return to the Unit
ed States was made possible only
because he was invited to hoard
the private plane of then Secre
tary of State James F. Byrnes
Byrnes was then returning to
Washington from the Conference
of Foreign Ministers held in Mos
row at the end of 1945
Dr. Zehot received hit doctor's
degree in law from the Univer
sity of Ljubljana in Slovenia
WEHRLE. Augustine T., 78, New
ark, Sept. 10, St. Francis de Sales
church. Survivor one sister.
WINKEL. Anthony J.. 594 Arden
Rd., Columbus, Sept. 6, Immacu
late Conception church. Survivors:
his wife. Margaret four daughters,
three sons, 17 grandchildren and
a brother.
COADY, Edward. 46. 542 Ver
mont Pl., Columbus, Sept. 6. St.
Patrick church. Survivors one bro
ther.
DIVITO. Ralph, 74. 386 E. Jack
son St., Columbus. Sept. 7, St. John
the Baptist church. Survivors: two
daughters, four sons, nine grand
children and six great-grandchil
dren.
CUSANO, Ralph. 72. Roswell.
Sept. 9, St. Elizabeth church. Sur
vivors: his wife, Carmella
sons, three daughters. 30 grand
children and one great-grandchild.
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BENTZ. Jerry, five years. 245
Wrexham Ave., Columbus. Sept. 6,
St. Aloysios church Survivors his
parents. Mr and Mrs. John A.
Bent?, two brothers and two sis
ters.
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SPRINGER. Mrs. Viola. 47. 2062
E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Sept. 6, St.
Peter church Survivors her hus
band, Wilford: a sister §nd a bro
ther.
RUTH. Mrv Clarice. 37. 529.3 E.
Mam St.. Columhus Sent 7. Christ
the King church Survivors: her
husband. James a '.on, her father.
Edward Martin, a
sister.
brother and a
Rose Ann. 75,
St. Bernard
ORECCHIO. Mrs.
Corning. Sept, 9.
church. Survivors: tun daughters,
two sons, nine grandchildren, five
great-grandchildren, two sisters
and a brother.
BENEDETTO. Anthony J., 38,
1564 Isabel Ave Columbus. Sept.
8. St John the Baptist church. Sur
vivors his wife, Mary a son. a
daughter, his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Vito Benedetto a brother and a
sister.
STILL, Mrs. Jean, Dennison.
Sept. 7. Immaculate Conception
church. Survivors her husband.
Ira three daughters, two sons, a
brother, five grandchildren.
SH1MJNG, Bernard H„ 49. Do
ver, Sept. 8,
Survivors: his
brothers.
St. Joseph church,
wife, lxonilda two
WATKINS.
1394 Clifton Ave., Columbus. Sept.
7. St. Cyprian church. Survivors
her husband, three daughters, a
son. her father, a sister
brothers.
Mrs. Martha J„ 33,
and two
71, New.
de Sales
sons, a
a
MCDOWELL. John A.,
ark, Sept. 9, St. Francis
church. Survivors: twn
daughter, five grandchildren,
brother and two sisters
ROTH, Oscar F. 68. «59 'Sey
mour Ave., Columbus, Sept. 9, Ho
ly Rosary church. Survivors
wife, Henrietta a daughter,
grandchildren.
his
five
RO,
BLACKBURN, Mrs. Anna.
1225 E. Livingston Ave., Columbus,
Sept. 12, St John the Evangelist
church. Survivors, three daughters
and nne brother.
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CHARLOTTESVILLE Va (NC,
Catholic pupils will now he able to
take part in the new religious edu
cation program in Albemarle oun
fy public schools by virtue of a re
vision in the original plan to hold
Riblo classes in the public schools
on a released-time basis.
Under the new plan, presenter!
by the General Committee for
Week-Day Religious Education
which had also suggested the first
arrangement the classes will he
held on a released time basis
School property will not he u.*ed
but rather mobile trailer or
church or community facilities.
Rules governing the program
state that no announcement rel
ative to the program shall be
made in the public schools no
school employee shell comment
on enrollment or failure to en
roll in the program on the part
of any student and the school
principal shall decide the time
for the one hour per week pre
gram at his school.
The regulations also provide pu
must have written requests
their parents to he excused
classes and Ihosp requests
be filed with the school prin
pils
from
from
shall
cipal. Permis«ion will be granted
only for pupils in grades four
through seven
(now Yugoslavia) In 1937. He
continued post-doctoral studies
at Catholic University in Milan,
Italy, at the University of Paris
and the University of Rome.
He was formerly research as.
sociate for the National Bank of
Yugoslavia and acting president of
the Slovenian Branch of Pax Rn
mana. Hr is the author of two
books on Fascist and Soviet Ecn
nomics.
Mav They Rest In Peace
WILLIAMS. Mrs. Russell. 31. and
daughter, three years, Dover, Sept.
6, St. Joseph church Survivors:
Mrs. Williams' parents, four bro
thers and a sister.
CULLISON. Mrs. Lillian. 57. ?20
Granville St., Newark. Sept 12. St
Francis de Sales church. Survivors:
her mother, two brothers and one
sister.
ELDER. John. 78. 171 W. Uke
view Ave.. Columbus, Sept. 12, Im
maculate Conception church Sur
vivors his wife, Alice two daugh
ters, two sons, and one brother.
SISTER M. ADELE HEFFLEY,
O.P., 75, St. Mary nf the Springs.
Sept. 12, Convent chapel. Surviv
ors: nne sister and two brothers.
AAisca
Witnessed Fatima Apparitions
When Our Blessed Lady appeared at the now famous shrine of
Fatima, Portugal, one of the witnesses at the scene was Dominick
Reis, the caretaker of Our Lady of the Rorary Parish, in Holyoke,
Mass. On the church grounds, he has completed a shrine to Mary,
Oueen of Fatima. Said Mr. Reis, of the Fatima apparitions: "Sud
denly the wind began to blow with hurricane force. It continued for
five minutes and then stopped Then the sun began spinning
and plummeting toward the earth. The shy was filled with yellow
and blatk and red and blue and all colors. Only later did we learn
that Our Lady had told Lueey that the world must de penance and
turn back to God or groat evils would fellow."
Swiss Stand on
Election Issue
SCHWYTZ. Switzerland
(NC) Main plank in the plat
form of the Swiss Catholic
Conservative Party as it pre
pares for national election.
October 30. is the prompt sup
pression of anti-Catholic ar
ticles in the Swiss Constitution
One of those articles forbids Jes
uits to work in churches or schools
in Switzerland. Another forbids the
founding nf new convents or relig
ious orders.
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Swiss Parliament accepted a mo
tion to abolish the articles. The
motion must be passed by the low
er house before the Federal Coun
cil (Cabinet) can act on it and make
definite legislative proposals. The
repeal measure must then be sub
mitted to a national referendum
Other planks of the Catholic
Conservative Party platform call
for an extension of family al
lowances, and tax adjustments
that take into account the bur
dens of families and those with
fixed incomes. They also want
more aid to agriculture, better
labor legislation and a fairer
representation of all ethnic
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Our htdv of Fatima Statue
Kremlin,
1 MONTOWN. Pa MT
Auxiliary Bishop Fulton .1
Shorn of New York disclosed
here that the chalice hp uses
oa day in offering Mass is
Russian and once belonged
to the athedral nf St Peters
burg
"It ua' «om ny inn Bolsheviks tn
an American Jewish friend nf mine
v ho presrfnrd it tn me." the Rish
op said.
VTRECHT, The Netherlands
(N'f'l The death of Hi Eminence
.Inn Cardinal dr Jong, Archbishop
of Utrecht. found a whole nation
in mourning Flag' were at half
staff Radio stations played only fu
neral music.
The Dutch prelate whose vigor
ous opposition to Hitlerism during
his country's occupation had
prompted a German controlled ra
dm tn call him the guiding spirit
against nazism.’’ died in his deep
at a convent at Amersfoort.
During the occupation Cardi
nal de Jong's vigorous condem
nations of naxism were read ev
en from Protestant and Jewish
pulpits. An eminent scholar, his
torian and theologian, he was
the first resident Bishop in the
Netherlands to be raised to the
Sacred College of Cardinals.
He had lived at the convent nf
the Sisters of Notre Damn Mince
1951 w hen ill health au'«d him
tn retire from the active direction
nf hi« Sep He would have been 70
years nld Sept 10.
Cardinal de Jnng wa= the first
member of the Sacied College to
die this year, and the 54th during
the pontificate of His Holiness
Pope Pius XII. His death reduces
the College of Cardinals to 63. or
.seven below its full quota of 70
The College is now made up of 21
Italians and 42 members of 24 na
tionalities.
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Bishop Reveals
Ri.shop Sheen officiated at a his
toric Celebration nf the Divine
Liturgy in the Byzantine Rite here
during the annual pilgrimage tn
the Shrine of Our Lady of Perpetu
al Help at Mount Macrma In his
sermon at the Ijturgy, the Ruhnp
alsn disclosed:
‘‘The hand cross which I use was
designed by Vafentin Sazikov, the
Czars silversmith from 1R56 tn
1877. It was sold hy the Bolshe
viks and purchased by this same
friend who gave it to me fnr the
occasion.’*
Bishop Sheen lauded the love
which the Russian people have for
the Blessed Virgin
Did you know, my gnod Russian
people, that a statue of Our Lady
nf Fatima, as she appeared in 1917
when she spoke to your beloved
land, crossed your border in Janu
ary. 1951. and is now not far from
the Kremlin itself? Pray fo her,
that she may obtain from her Di
vine Son. heavenly light for your
minds, gratitude fnr your souls,
lhal you may overcome all error
and impiety, and become again
what wa« known ar Holy Russia
pnpg.uelan Prelate Diet
C/i RA AS. Venezuela—(NO
Archbishop Lucas Castillo Hernan
dez. Primate of Venezuela, died at
the Caracas Medical Center (Sept.
9) after a short illness. He was 76
years old.
Coadjutor Archbishop Rafael
Arias Blanco succeeds to the title
of Archbishop nf Caracas
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