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Page Eight CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS ,, .. +:. - Friday, April 4, 1947 0 FIRST AMERICAN Th|rd |ce|ander BIOGRAPHY OF MATT i TALBOT PUBLISHEO t ENGLEWOOD, N. J. -- Shortly l sfter advices from Rome indicated the possibility of early action in the cause of Matt Talbot, the Car- melite Press, with offices here and in Chicago, published the first bi- ography of him, "Matt Talbot, Al- coholic," sub-titled "the life of a slave to alcohol who became a comrade of Christ's." The biogra-] phy is the 49th book written by i the Rev. Albert H Dolan, O. Carm. I In his foreword, Father Dolanj pointed out that Matt Talbot was] e. drunkard for 16 years, and for 41 years thereafter was a total abstainer. Citing his devotion of the Little Flower and his work for the laboring man Father Dolan said: "In this time of battle for the sights of working men, Matt, a member of a labor union, and a participant in modern strikes, has a message for all laborers and em- p:oyers. At a period when excess in drinking i, increasing and is zampant even among the young, au acquaintance with Matt Talbot . . should be an inspiration to many." College Building Fund Nears $1,000,000 Goal DUBUQUE, Iowa, April 2.- The Loras College Memorial Ex- pansion Fund has already received $812,478.38, or 80 per cent of the $1,016,576.26 pledged, acCording to a report issued by Archbishop Henry P. Rohlman of Dubuque. Funds sought will be used to build a new college chapel, a me- morial library and an administra- tive building, as well as for mak- ing necessary building repairs. Roy. Mr. Hakon Loftsson. now completing his studies at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, will ov h first priest to be ordained in Iceland sine the so-called Ref- ormation. He sill leave for his native Reykjavik on Easter Sun- day, and will be ordained in the Cathedral there by Bishop Johan- nes Gunnarsson, Vicar Apostolic of Iceland, consecrated in Wash- ington, in 1943. Mr. Loftsson is the third Icelander to enter the priesthood in more than four cen- turie& Harris & Ewing photo, (NC Photos} Book Of Month Selected MILWAUKEE -- "Our Lady of Light," a volume on the worldwide message of Fatima, translated and abridged from the French of Canon C. Barthas and the Rev. G. Da Fonseca, S. J., has been chosen as the April selection of the Catholic Literary Foundation. RENTON SINCERE BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS STOKES MORTUARY 405 Third Phone 5221 RENTON Funeral Home Owners of GREENWOOD. CEMETERY Understanding Reverence and Special Facilities for Catholic Funerals 401%Veils St. Phone 5511 GREETINGS Renton Hardware & Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishers And All Electrical Gifts Phone 4831 EASTER GREETINGS POTLATCH YARDS, Inc. W. T. Jarvis, Mgr. A Complete Building Service (Registered "4-Square Dealer") Phone 3241, Renton RENTON Feed & Seed Co. Poultry and Dairy Feeds Seeds and Fertilizers Sprays - Pet Supplies Phone 51i0 324 Main St. BRONSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND CLINIC H. H. ADAMS, M. D. Renton Phone 3461 EASTER GREETINGS WALT REID WALT COOK Reid & Cook Electrical Service Complete Automotive Maintenance HOME and COMMERCIAL SERVICE EASTER GREETINGS Bergman's Modern Drug Store COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT 920 Third Ave. Phone 5631 Renton EASTER GREETINGS SQUARE DEAL GROCERY Phone 5341 -- 918 Third Ave city Center, Renton FREYMAN'S BAKERY Where Quality Tells and Service Sells Wedding - Birthday CAKES ICE CREAM - FROZEN FOODS 21! Wells t. Phone 4991 For a Personalized Real Estate Service Based on Years of Experience in Rcnton See SID SCHAUDIFS TOTEM REALTY 914 3rd Ave. _Re_n_ton 3971 Prelate Says: I GERMAN CARDINAL GREETED AT N.C.W.C. MESSAGE OF FATIMA J TO AMERICA IS TO- t FIGHT GODLESSNESS[ NEW YORK.--Declaring that "it was not by accident" that America led in spreading the sig- nificance of the message of Our !Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, I Archb'shop Patrick Finbar Ryan of Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I., urged members and gue,ts of the Catholic Writers Guild to !"say the osary properly by liv- ling the Rosary." He urged Am- erica to take the lead in check- ing "the onrush of the totalitarian devil." Archbishop J. Francis A. Mclntyre, Coadjutor of New York also addressed the writers. First Apparition The first af the six apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary oc- curred on May 13,. 1917, to three children of Fatima, a parish'in the Diocese of .Leiria, Portugal. These children were Lucia de Jesus dos Santos, 10, now a nun, and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Jarto, who were shepherds. The Bleed Virgin asked them to say the Rosary every day and to re- ceive Holy Communion the first Saturday of each month. In re- counting the chronology of Fati- ma, Archbishop Ryan recalled the urophecy of Our Lady that fore- told the rise of a godless Russia and another and more terrible war. "Americans are a great people with great resources given by God that His Kingdom may triumph," *the prelate said. "An open war has been declared upon God. We must accept the message of Fa- tima and transfer it to our indi- vidual life. The significance of Fatima is this: Our Lady appeared six times, reiterating always the sahae idea, namely, the duty of the individual in the salvation of the world." PRELATE, ONCE WAR PRISONER NAMED TO Pictured in the Bishops' Conference Room at the N.C.W.C. headquarters in Washington, His Eminence Konrad Cardinal van Preysing. Bishop of Berlin, (secortd from right), is sho',vzl with Their Eminences Samuel Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago (left), Edward Cardirtal Money, Archbishop of De- troit, and Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of New York (right). He concluded his four-da3 tour of the Nation's Capital with a tour of the N.C.W.C. departments and met the Administrativ Board of Archbishops and Bishops who inted him to make the good-will tour of the United States Rent. (NO Photos) Yenan Holy Place For China's Reds--But No One Knows What Natives Think About This Honor By the Rev. Patrick O'Connor, S.S.C. (Special Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) yENAN, China.-- (Delayed)--"Defend democratic China's holy place Yenan," says a communist placard in this paradoxical town where 10,000 native residents watch silent- ly while communist officials from Hopei, Hunan or Chekiang run their party headquarters with the awful seriousness of men who have made atheistic Marxism their religion. What the people of Yenan think ct communism nobody can say. The town did not become capital GERMAN HIERARCHYI China's Reds by local choice. : The Communist Party with its ar- my moved in here in 1935 and set- ]WUNICH, Germany. -- M s g r. t!ed down. Later, correspondents J dents stay for a minimum of one ] week. The restriction caused [amused comment in Peiping and [ was withdrawn. / The day' I arrived here by Un- Jc, hannes Neuhaeusler, distinguish- ed prelate who had been a prison- er in the Dachau concentration camp for four and a half years, has been appointed by His Holi- nes Pope Plus XII to be Auxiliary and other interested foreigners in- cluding a United States observer group, during the war traveled hither and Yenan became the front office and showplace of Chinese communism. ited States courier plane, Anna Louise Strong, who lived in Mos- cow for years, left Yenan after a 15 weeks stay. My application for an interview with Mao Tze-Tung, communist chairman, was denied. anyone alone. You hear only what Mao has given an extended inter- type communist official tells you or view to ]Vark Gayn, until recently iwhat others feel it is wise to tell la correspondent for the Chicago I j while communist officials are list- Sun and PM, who came on the cning. Beyond tha you must rely jsame plane with me from Peiping. on personal ober ation and what I Yenan, which with its dry air, cross questioning may elicit. I clear skies and adobe walled hous- When I applied for a Red es reminds you of New Mexico, is clearance to visit Yenan I was told after waiting two weeks that I would be allowed in. "Rut you must leave the same day on the plane that brings you. Yen- an authorit;es will talk to you :Bishop of the Archdiocese Of Mu- Very few of the correspondents l on the airfield," I was informed nich and Freising to assist HiS twho have written about Yenan] by a communist representative, i Eminence Michael Cardinal von lknow Chinese. Even if you do you I That would give me about one Faulhaber. never have a chance to speak to hour in Yenan. Usually correspon- I Last year Bishop Neuhaeusler published a volume dealing with EVUE o. BELL Church to the nazi regime. It was one of the first documentaries on the subject and attracted wide at- tention. It is entitled "Kreuz und Hakenkreuz." Broadcast To Recall, The First Easter Service In U.S. ST. AUGUSTINE.--A nation- wide broadcast, commemorating the first Easter service ever held in a permanent settlement in this country, at Nombre de Dios Mis- sion, Florida, in 1566, will origin- ate from the Shrine of Christian Motherhood here on Easter Sun- day. The half-hour broadcast will be carried over the network of the Columbia Broadcasting Sys- tem at 10:30 a m., E. S. T. The speaker on the program will be the Roy. W. Love, vice- chancellor of the St. Augustine dioc.ese, who will tell the story of the first Easter observance in America and recall the first Mass offered at St. Augustine in 1556 by the Roy. Mendoza Grajales, chaplain of the fleet of Pedro Me- nendez de Aviles, founder of St. Augustine. Throughout the program a background of Easter music will be interwoven. The sinng will feature the Fromajadas Song, an ancient Easter hymn handed down by Minorcan families in this city. It was sung on the eve of Easter more than 200 years ago by bands of carollers. Bellevue Realty Co. We Write and Handle All Kinds of REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE See Us or Telephone Us Today PROMPT- EFFICIENT - DEPENDABLE Alden W. Hanson, Ins. MgT. Drayton E. Marsh, Pres. Tel. Lakeside 365, 880, 881 Bovee Building--on the Hi-'ay Bellevue, Vn. KAY LUMBER CO. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS Bellevue Phone Lakeside 440 Lakeside Drug META BURROWS Graduate Pharmacist Bellevue Phone Lakeside 1 Bellevue Electric & Supply Co. Hotpoint - Crosley- Universal Appliances Electrical Fixtures - Radios SALES and SERVICE Bellevue Lakeside 255 COCHRAN SERVICE SHELL GASOLINE Lubrication - fires - Batteries - Accessories Phone---LAkeside 573 t Bellevue LARKIN 10c STORE T.he City Store in the Country LAKESIDE CENTER Bellevue Ph. Lakeside 277 Grants Center Pharmacy Prescriptions - Cosmetics Sundries - Fountain Lunch Lakeside Center Blievue Phone Lakeside 107 RICHARDS BUILDERS SUPPLIES Builders' Hardware - Schorn Paint, Imperial Wall Paper, Oelotex, P13vood , Insulation, Gibson Appliances, Zenith Radios -- Milhvork PHONE Lk. 500 a two-fold capital. First, it has the Communist Party healquart- ors. That includes the headquart- ers of the Red Army, which is on= tirely a party instrument. Sec- ondly, the border region compris- ing parts of Shensi, Kansu, Ningh- sd provinces, is ruled from here. There are about eight such bor- der region governments for the various areas occupied by com- munist troops. The Reds insist there is no overall control, but that each border government is autonom- ous. The Communist Party holds only one-third of the positions ever3avhere, they claim. Actual- ly the Reds here expound a uni- form policy as belonging "to all these "governments." Every public service here is communist-controlled. An example of a "non-communist" official is IVZr. Li, the president of Yenan Un- iversity (600 students). The Reds tell me he is not a communist but belongs to the Democratic League and before coming to Yenan ran a progressive newspaper in Sian where he was allegedly shot at by the Kuomintang. ,. Mr. Li himself has told me he is ..at a party member, but he be- lieves in dialectic materialism, which is Marxism. Asked about his university's philosophy course, be informed me; "We teach the history of all philosophies, but Hnce this border region is occupied by the Communist Party we advo- cate dialectic materialism." Part of their library has been evacuated, he says. In what re- mains of the prominent volumes in English are the works of Marx and Lenin, published by the "Cooperative Press, Has. cow." A picture sho4ng Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin hangs over the door to the students' reading room. 200,000 German , Pilgrims Acknowledg Nation's War Guilt COLOGNE, Germany--Refuting the assertion so frequently spread that the German people do not accept responsibility for the war, more than 200,000 men of the Diocese of Aachen will =undertake a unique crusade of prayer this Good Friday. The crusade will be inaugurat- ed at St. Dionysius Church in Kre- fold when a huge wooden cross weighing about two tons will be carried in procesion over a route which will take in 115 parish churches in the diocese. The cross which will be called "The Cross of the Men of 1947" is to reach the Cathedral of Aachen on September 28 and is to remain there as a permanent me- re ori al The whole crusade will be tied in with a public confessinn of uilt on behalf of the German pea- ale. It is to remind the popula- tion of the towns and villages it will cover that there is no salva- tion but in the Cross. At the sam time the participant.q will Maryknollers Open Two Centers To Teach Bolivian Workingmen CALAcALA, Bolivia. -- Two in- struction centers for workers have been opened by the Maryknoll par- ish here under the direction of the I Rev. John Lawler, assisted by a I young Bolivian who has just cam- I pleted two years of study in doc-J t|inal methods for workers. ] Father Lawler declared the con-J ters were to show that commun-J ism, which has been making head- I way in South America, was not] the answer to the people's prob-] lores. ,He urged the formation of non-political unions and said it wa.s the task of the Church to make the people, who are predom-i. inantly Catholic. realize that re- ligion is an everyday, practical af- fair. He urged that employers follow the Papal teachings which :advocate a living wage for work- ers. ,KIRKLAND DAVID $ ;c, lOo& STORE Kirkland, Washington M. W. BRYANT HARDWARE PAINTS -- FARM IMPN'S 'qiou'll Like Our Service" Telephone 151 Tools - Builders' Supplies - Window Glass - Hardwares Ranges - Linoleum - Window Shades - Electrical Aplliances L. U. YOUNG & SON General Insurance and Real Estate Auto Insurance a Specialty 7 Lake St. Ph. 2000 Green's Funeral Home Ambulance Service LADY ATTENDANT , 400 Third S. Phone 1551 REX DRUG STORE C. B. HALVERSON " Halverson's Drug Store STUART HEIGHTS Prescription Service .... t BEST WISHES FROM EAST SIDE DISTRIBUTORS TED BRAYDEN KIRKLAND GREETINGS Lakeside Hardware Co. General Hardware Paints- Glass SPORTING GOODS Phone 2050 EASTER GREETINGS TELEPHONE SERVICE COMPANY AND KIRKLAND TELEPHONE CO. L GROSS MOTORS CO. MASH 5555 KIRKLAND BEST WISHES THE PINES FLORAL CO. Douglas Benson POTD PLANTS CUT FLOWERS Phone 3100 Kirkland GREETING KIRKLAIID SHOE STONE KIRKLANT) LAKESIDE CLEANERS WE CALL FOR AND DELIVER 120 Lake Stre-et So. Phone KirkLnd 851 For Distinctive Ser4ce, Lakeside, Bothell Customers Call Enterprise 9951 -- (No Toll) SALES and SERVICE EAST SIDE MOTOR CO. PHONE 1571 109 Kirkland Ave. pray for a just and merciful peace. A book will be carried along for each pastor visited, to sign and to apply his parish seal..The cross was designed by Professor Anton Wendling of Aachen, wide- ly known in Germany as a prom- inent Catholic artist who, before the war, created many of the flags and banners of Catholic associa- tions which subsequently were banned by the nazi regime. : BOTHELL BOTHELL MOTOR CO. SALES SERVICE General Repair Phone 34 Crawford's "THE REXALL DRUG STORE" PRESCRIPTION DRUGGISTS Phone 092 Chas. R. WALTERS CO. Feed .Groceries A Sack or a Carload BotheH. Phone 312 EASTER GREETINGS JONES & MOHN, INC. HAR DWAR E--F U RN ITU RE "WE MAKE HOUSES INTO HOMES" Phone 182 Page Eight CATHOLIC NORTHWEST PROGRESS ,, .. +:. - Friday, April 4, 1947 0 FIRST AMERICAN Th|rd |ce|ander BIOGRAPHY OF MATT i TALBOT PUBLISHEO t ENGLEWOOD, N. J. -- Shortly l sfter advices from Rome indicated the possibility of early action in the cause of Matt Talbot, the Car- melite Press, with offices here and in Chicago, published the first bi- ography of him, "Matt Talbot, Al- coholic," sub-titled "the life of a slave to alcohol who became a comrade of Christ's." The biogra-] phy is the 49th book written by i the Rev. Albert H Dolan, O. Carm. I In his foreword, Father Dolanj pointed out that Matt Talbot was] e. drunkard for 16 years, and for 41 years thereafter was a total abstainer. Citing his devotion of the Little Flower and his work for the laboring man Father Dolan said: "In this time of battle for the sights of working men, Matt, a member of a labor union, and a participant in modern strikes, has a message for all laborers and em- p:oyers. At a period when excess in drinking i, increasing and is zampant even among the young, au acquaintance with Matt Talbot . . should be an inspiration to many." College Building Fund Nears $1,000,000 Goal DUBUQUE, Iowa, April 2.- The Loras College Memorial Ex- pansion Fund has already received $812,478.38, or 80 per cent of the $1,016,576.26 pledged, acCording to a report issued by Archbishop Henry P. Rohlman of Dubuque. Funds sought will be used to build a new college chapel, a me- morial library and an administra- tive building, as well as for mak- ing necessary building repairs. Roy. Mr. Hakon Loftsson. now completing his studies at St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, will ov h first priest to be ordained in Iceland sine the so-called Ref- ormation. He sill leave for his native Reykjavik on Easter Sun- day, and will be ordained in the Cathedral there by Bishop Johan- nes Gunnarsson, Vicar Apostolic of Iceland, consecrated in Wash- ington, in 1943. Mr. Loftsson is the third Icelander to enter the priesthood in more than four cen- turie& Harris & Ewing photo, (NC Photos} Book Of Month Selected MILWAUKEE -- "Our Lady of Light," a volume on the worldwide message of Fatima, translated and abridged from the French of Canon C. Barthas and the Rev. G. Da Fonseca, S. J., has been chosen as the April selection of the Catholic Literary Foundation. RENTON SINCERE BEST WISHES TO OUR FRIENDS STOKES MORTUARY 405 Third Phone 5221 RENTON Funeral Home Owners of GREENWOOD. CEMETERY Understanding Reverence and Special Facilities for Catholic Funerals 401%Veils St. Phone 5511 GREETINGS Renton Hardware & Furniture Co. Complete Home Furnishers And All Electrical Gifts Phone 4831 EASTER GREETINGS POTLATCH YARDS, Inc. W. T. Jarvis, Mgr. A Complete Building Service (Registered "4-Square Dealer") Phone 3241, Renton RENTON Feed & Seed Co. Poultry and Dairy Feeds Seeds and Fertilizers Sprays - Pet Supplies Phone 51i0 324 Main St. BRONSON MEMORIAL HOSPITAL AND CLINIC H. H. ADAMS, M. D. Renton Phone 3461 EASTER GREETINGS WALT REID WALT COOK Reid & Cook Electrical Service Complete Automotive Maintenance HOME and COMMERCIAL SERVICE EASTER GREETINGS Bergman's Modern Drug Store COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT 920 Third Ave. Phone 5631 Renton EASTER GREETINGS SQUARE DEAL GROCERY Phone 5341 -- 918 Third Ave city Center, Renton FREYMAN'S BAKERY Where Quality Tells and Service Sells Wedding - Birthday CAKES ICE CREAM - FROZEN FOODS 21! Wells t. Phone 4991 For a Personalized Real Estate Service Based on Years of Experience in Rcnton See SID SCHAUDIFS TOTEM REALTY 914 3rd Ave. _Re_n_ton 3971 Prelate Says: I GERMAN CARDINAL GREETED AT N.C.W.C. MESSAGE OF FATIMA J TO AMERICA IS TO- t FIGHT GODLESSNESS[ NEW YORK.--Declaring that "it was not by accident" that America led in spreading the sig- nificance of the message of Our !Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, I Archb'shop Patrick Finbar Ryan of Port of Spain, Trinidad, B. W. I., urged members and gue,ts of the Catholic Writers Guild to !"say the osary properly by liv- ling the Rosary." He urged Am- erica to take the lead in check- ing "the onrush of the totalitarian devil." Archbishop J. Francis A. Mclntyre, Coadjutor of New York also addressed the writers. First Apparition The first af the six apparitions of Our Lady of the Rosary oc- curred on May 13,. 1917, to three children of Fatima, a parish'in the Diocese of .Leiria, Portugal. These children were Lucia de Jesus dos Santos, 10, now a nun, and her cousins, Francisco and Jacinta Jarto, who were shepherds. The Bleed Virgin asked them to say the Rosary every day and to re- ceive Holy Communion the first Saturday of each month. In re- counting the chronology of Fati- ma, Archbishop Ryan recalled the urophecy of Our Lady that fore- told the rise of a godless Russia and another and more terrible war. "Americans are a great people with great resources given by God that His Kingdom may triumph," *the prelate said. "An open war has been declared upon God. We must accept the message of Fa- tima and transfer it to our indi- vidual life. The significance of Fatima is this: Our Lady appeared six times, reiterating always the sahae idea, namely, the duty of the individual in the salvation of the world." PRELATE, ONCE WAR PRISONER NAMED TO Pictured in the Bishops' Conference Room at the N.C.W.C. headquarters in Washington, His Eminence Konrad Cardinal van Preysing. Bishop of Berlin, (secortd from right), is sho',vzl with Their Eminences Samuel Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop of Chicago (left), Edward Cardirtal Money, Archbishop of De- troit, and Francis Cardinal Spellman. Archbishop of New York (right). He concluded his four-da3 tour of the Nation's Capital with a tour of the N.C.W.C. departments and met the Administrativ Board of Archbishops and Bishops who inted him to make the good-will tour of the United States Rent. (NO Photos) Yenan Holy Place For China's Reds--But No One Knows What Natives Think About This Honor By the Rev. Patrick O'Connor, S.S.C. (Special Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News Service) yENAN, China.-- (Delayed)--"Defend democratic China's holy place Yenan," says a communist placard in this paradoxical town where 10,000 native residents watch silent- ly while communist officials from Hopei, Hunan or Chekiang run their party headquarters with the awful seriousness of men who have made atheistic Marxism their religion. What the people of Yenan think ct communism nobody can say. The town did not become capital GERMAN HIERARCHYI China's Reds by local choice. : The Communist Party with its ar- my moved in here in 1935 and set- ]WUNICH, Germany. -- M s g r. t!ed down. Later, correspondents J dents stay for a minimum of one ] week. The restriction caused [amused comment in Peiping and [ was withdrawn. / The day' I arrived here by Un- Jc, hannes Neuhaeusler, distinguish- ed prelate who had been a prison- er in the Dachau concentration camp for four and a half years, has been appointed by His Holi- nes Pope Plus XII to be Auxiliary and other interested foreigners in- cluding a United States observer group, during the war traveled hither and Yenan became the front office and showplace of Chinese communism. ited States courier plane, Anna Louise Strong, who lived in Mos- cow for years, left Yenan after a 15 weeks stay. My application for an interview with Mao Tze-Tung, communist chairman, was denied. anyone alone. You hear only what Mao has given an extended inter- type communist official tells you or view to ]Vark Gayn, until recently iwhat others feel it is wise to tell la correspondent for the Chicago I j while communist officials are list- Sun and PM, who came on the cning. Beyond tha you must rely jsame plane with me from Peiping. on personal ober ation and what I Yenan, which with its dry air, cross questioning may elicit. I clear skies and adobe walled hous- When I applied for a Red es reminds you of New Mexico, is clearance to visit Yenan I was told after waiting two weeks that I would be allowed in. "Rut you must leave the same day on the plane that brings you. Yen- an authorit;es will talk to you :Bishop of the Archdiocese Of Mu- Very few of the correspondents l on the airfield," I was informed nich and Freising to assist HiS twho have written about Yenan] by a communist representative, i Eminence Michael Cardinal von lknow Chinese. Even if you do you I That would give me about one Faulhaber. never have a chance to speak to hour in Yenan. Usually correspon- I Last year Bishop Neuhaeusler published a volume dealing with EVUE o. BELL Church to the nazi regime. It was one of the first documentaries on the subject and attracted wide at- tention. It is entitled "Kreuz und Hakenkreuz." Broadcast To Recall, The First Easter Service In U.S. ST. AUGUSTINE.--A nation- wide broadcast, commemorating the first Easter service ever held in a permanent settlement in this country, at Nombre de Dios Mis- sion, Florida, in 1566, will origin- ate from the Shrine of Christian Motherhood here on Easter Sun- day. The half-hour broadcast will be carried over the network of the Columbia Broadcasting Sys- tem at 10:30 a m., E. S. T. The speaker on the program will be the Roy. W. Love, vice- chancellor of the St. Augustine dioc.ese, who will tell the story of the first Easter observance in America and recall the first Mass offered at St. Augustine in 1556 by the Roy. Mendoza Grajales, chaplain of the fleet of Pedro Me- nendez de Aviles, founder of St. Augustine. Throughout the program a background of Easter music will be interwoven. The sinng will feature the Fromajadas Song, an ancient Easter hymn handed down by Minorcan families in this city. It was sung on the eve of Easter more than 200 years ago by bands of carollers. Bellevue Realty Co. We Write and Handle All Kinds of REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE See Us or Telephone Us Today PROMPT- EFFICIENT - DEPENDABLE Alden W. Hanson, Ins. MgT. Drayton E. Marsh, Pres. Tel. Lakeside 365, 880, 881 Bovee Building--on the Hi-'ay Bellevue, Vn. KAY LUMBER CO. COMPLETE LINE OF BUILDING MATERIALS Bellevue Phone Lakeside 440 Lakeside Drug META BURROWS Graduate Pharmacist Bellevue Phone Lakeside 1 Bellevue Electric & Supply Co. Hotpoint - Crosley- Universal Appliances Electrical Fixtures - Radios SALES and SERVICE Bellevue Lakeside 255 COCHRAN SERVICE SHELL GASOLINE Lubrication - fires - Batteries - Accessories Phone---LAkeside 573 t Bellevue LARKIN 10c STORE T.he City Store in the Country LAKESIDE CENTER Bellevue Ph. Lakeside 277 Grants Center Pharmacy Prescriptions - Cosmetics Sundries - Fountain Lunch Lakeside Center Blievue Phone Lakeside 107 RICHARDS BUILDERS SUPPLIES Builders' Hardware - Schorn Paint, Imperial Wall Paper, Oelotex, P13vood , Insulation, Gibson Appliances, Zenith Radios -- Milhvork PHONE Lk. 500 a two-fold capital. First, it has the Communist Party healquart- ors. That includes the headquart- ers of the Red Army, which is on= tirely a party instrument. Sec- ondly, the border region compris- ing parts of Shensi, Kansu, Ningh- sd provinces, is ruled from here. There are about eight such bor- der region governments for the various areas occupied by com- munist troops. The Reds insist there is no overall control, but that each border government is autonom- ous. The Communist Party holds only one-third of the positions ever3avhere, they claim. Actual- ly the Reds here expound a uni- form policy as belonging "to all these "governments." Every public service here is communist-controlled. An example of a "non-communist" official is IVZr. Li, the president of Yenan Un- iversity (600 students). The Reds tell me he is not a communist but belongs to the Democratic League and before coming to Yenan ran a progressive newspaper in Sian where he was allegedly shot at by the Kuomintang. ,. Mr. Li himself has told me he is ..at a party member, but he be- lieves in dialectic materialism, which is Marxism. Asked about his university's philosophy course, be informed me; "We teach the history of all philosophies, but Hnce this border region is occupied by the Communist Party we advo- cate dialectic materialism." Part of their library has been evacuated, he says. In what re- mains of the prominent volumes in English are the works of Marx and Lenin, published by the "Cooperative Press, Has. cow." A picture sho4ng Marx, Engels, Lenin and Stalin hangs over the door to the students' reading room. 200,000 German , Pilgrims Acknowledg Nation's War Guilt COLOGNE, Germany--Refuting the assertion so frequently spread that the German people do not accept responsibility for the war, more than 200,000 men of the Diocese of Aachen will =undertake a unique crusade of prayer this Good Friday. The crusade will be inaugurat- ed at St. Dionysius Church in Kre- fold when a huge wooden cross weighing about two tons will be carried in procesion over a route which will take in 115 parish churches in the diocese. The cross which will be called "The Cross of the Men of 1947" is to reach the Cathedral of Aachen on September 28 and is to remain there as a permanent me- re ori al The whole crusade will be tied in with a public confessinn of uilt on behalf of the German pea- ale. It is to remind the popula- tion of the towns and villages it will cover that there is no salva- tion but in the Cross. At the sam time the participant.q will Maryknollers Open Two Centers To Teach Bolivian Workingmen CALAcALA, Bolivia. -- Two in- struction centers for workers have been opened by the Maryknoll par- ish here under the direction of the I Rev. John Lawler, assisted by a I young Bolivian who has just cam- I pleted two years of study in doc-J t|inal methods for workers. ] Father Lawler declared the con-J ters were to show that commun-J ism, which has been making head- I way in South America, was not] the answer to the people's prob-] lores. ,He urged the formation of non-political unions and said it wa.s the task of the Church to make the people, who are predom-i. inantly Catholic. realize that re- ligion is an everyday, practical af- fair. He urged that employers follow the Papal teachings which :advocate a living wage for work- ers. ,KIRKLAND DAVID $ ;c, lOo& STORE Kirkland, Washington M. W. BRYANT HARDWARE PAINTS -- FARM IMPN'S 'qiou'll Like Our Service" Telephone 151 Tools - Builders' Supplies - Window Glass - Hardwares Ranges - Linoleum - Window Shades - Electrical Aplliances L. U. 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