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10—-THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, April 20.1956
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MILWAUKEE (NC) Hu
Eminence Samuel Cardinal
Stritch. Archbishop of Chicago,
and honorary president of the
Catholic Hospital Association of
the United States and Canada,
will deliver a special address on
“Education. Research. Patient
Care,” before the association’s
41st annual convention on May
22. it was announced by Monsig
nor Robert A. Maher of Toledo,
()., President of the CHA.
Some 5,000 representatives of
the 1,502 Catholic hospitals and
allied agencies are expected to
attend the four-day 1956 conven
tion. meeting May 21 to 24. at the
Municipal Auditorium here.
Among the topics to be discuss
ed at the convention are meeting
the needs of nurses nd hospitals,
infant welfare, psychiatry in the
general hospital, caring for the
alcoholic, methods improvement,
social agencies and adaptions,
current problems of small hos
pitals. handling victims of acci
dent and emergency, public re
lations. housekeeping the team
approach to rehabilitation, and
many other pertinent subjects.
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KVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Monuments Markers Mausoleum*
The Knights of Columbus pictured above are
busy this spring making final plans for the new
building to be erected at Camp St. Joseph be
fore the season begins. The five councils in Co
lumbus each contributed $200 for the purchase of
building materials, and the knights themselves
will provide the labor. Santa Maria Council will
install the plumbing, Council 400 the electrical
work, Assumption Council wil* provide the car
pentry, and Rosary Council, under supervi
sion of Nick Savko, will build the footer, floor
and block work. Marian Council will be repre?
sented by Leroy McKinley, who is serving as co-
Forced Labor Systems
Exist in 10 Red Nations
GENEVA, Switzerland (NC) Forced labor systems
for political coercion, “education.” or state economic de
velopment still exist in at least 10 communist-dominated
countries, the Committee on Forced,Labor of the Interna
tional Labor Organization has reported here.
The committee stated that evidence submitted on com
forced labor exists on a very
munist China indicates that
large scale and that the number
of persons involved represents a
considerable proportion of the
total population."
Three members of the commit
tee examined evidence submitted
to them on 12 countries Of
these, the folloving 10 are ruled
by the Reds: China. Albania. Bul
garia. Czechoslovakia. Hungary.
Poland, Rumania, Yugoslavia.
East Germany and the U.S.S.R
Th* guiding principle of leg
islation in Red China, the com
mittee reported, "is that per
sons hostile to the regime must
be deprived of political rights
and compelled to reform
through labor."
1’he committee found that this
legislation resulted in a “very
highly organized system of forced
labor, in prison and labor camps,
for the purpose of political co
ercion and education.”
“All the material.” the IM) ex
perts reported, “wa transmitted
to the governments mcerned for
comment. Very few of the gov
ernments took advantage of this
opportunity to make observations
which could obviously be drawn
from if Such silence may
suggest that the information has
some foundation of truth”
Presiding over the sessions of
the committee was Paul Ruegger
of Switzerland, former president
of the International Red Cross.
Other members were Cesar Char-
lone, former foreign minister of
Uruguay, and T.P.P. Goonetilleke.
Ceylon district judge.
These three experts stated
that one means of cutting down
the extent of forced lebor i?
BANGOR, Mich (NC) The
Catholic Diocese of Lansing and
its Bishop, Joseph Albers, have
come to the rescue of the pub
lic school system of this small up
state community.
The newly-built Sacred Heart
school was standing empty and
will remain so until the fall of
lt)58 This was explained by rec
tor, Fr. Robert Taffee. as due to a
lack of teaching nuns.
Meanwhile the Bangor public
school was too small, and desper
ately overcrowded, with some
classes on half-day sessions.
So the lensing diocese offered
the free use of the new school
building to the people of Bangor.
The diocese proposed that public
school children be moved into
the four 30-student classrooms of
the new building next Septem
ber. Thus serious overcrowding
for some months will be avoided.
English Prelate Hop
Reds Will Be Asked
LONDON (NC) Is it too much to hope that
leaders will make representations on the “all important mat
ter’’ of religious persecution to the Russian leaders during
their scheduled visit to Great Britain?
This question was raised hv His Eminence Bernard Car
dinal Grit in. Archbishop ofl Westminster, in a sermon in
Westminster Cathedral here The*
Cardinal preached on the occa
sion of a day of prayer for the
persecuted Church and for the
conversion of Russia.
Russian leaders, Premier Niko
lai A. Bulganin and Nikita S.
Communist party sec
scheduled to begin
to Great Britain on
Krushchev
retary, were
a state visit
April 18.
“For all
CA 4-8197
the apparent over*
tures of goodwill
suing forth from
cannot close our
fate of those in
controlled countries who are
denied religious freedom and
who are suffering for the Chris
tian faith," the Cardinal stated.
“Of late there hrve been new
developments in Russia,” he said
“Stalin has been denounced and
those who have replaced him
have recognized, though in sc
cret. that the policy of physical
persecution has failed Ecclesias
tical administration has been dis
rupted but neithei the Church
nor religion has lost its hold up
on the minds of the oeople.”
currently i»
Moscow, wo
eye* to tho
communitt-
The prelate said that a subtle
change in policy has been effect
ed. During the last feu months
there has been increasing evi
dence of the profound, patient
and skillfully arranged propagan
da” threatened by Mr Krushchev
in November, 1954
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This is an attempt to persuade
the people that Christianity and
communism are not incompatible
It is an attempt to win Christians’
active collaboration in the social
program of the
gime, he said.
ordinator of materials and planning. Georf*
Goodburn will furnish and install the roof
of the block building, which will include show
ers and dressing room familities for guests and
visiting clergy. The plans were drawn by Jerry
Emerick of Emerick and McGee. Seated, left to
right, are Connie Connell, Don Johnson, district
deputy Paul Lynch, Nick Savko and Father Rich
ard Dodd, diocesan camp director. Standing are
Lou French State Youth Chairman R. J. Finner
an, Frank McCabe, Leroy McKinley, Charles
Lewis and Jim Shea.
communist
"I believe that
aganda will fail
countries where the enormities
of th* regime are well-known,"
Cardinal Griffin stated. "Let us
ba on our guard lest those in
the West who lack this bitter
personal experience be misled
into imagining that commun
ism do** not desir* to (tamp
out religious belief. A return
to th* teachings of Lenin and
Marx can provide no other ob
jective."
The Cardinal expressed the
hope that this woul« be borne in
nund during the Russians’ visit
here. Catholics who are urging
that the government make repre
sentations to the Russians are
not speaking tor a mere handful
of people, he pointed out
"The attention of 28,000.000
Catholics in the British Common
wealth is focused upon the Moth
er of Parliaments. We believe
that many who do not share our
Faith feel the way vie do about
religious persecution.”
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al of Bulganin and Krushchev.
through public opinion. They
expressed the hope that the in
ternational organizations main
ly concerned with this problem
would review the situation and
the progress made toward abol
ishing forced labor.
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DUBLIN (NC) The Irish
delegation attending a meeting in
Jugoslavia will try to obtain gov
ernment permission to vi.it His
Eminence Aloysius Cardinal Stcp
inac. Archbishop of Zagreb, the
Sunday Press here states.
The Cardinal w"ho was released
from prison in 1951, is now in
terned bv the Red regime in his
native village of Krasic.
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