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VENDING MACHINES McGANNEY'S VENDING SERVICE -- 9411 N. Lake Drive S.W., JU 8-9052. Fresh brew coffee machines. PRE-MIX soft drinks. Coffee machines & drink machines for large or small locations. WELDING WESTERN WELDING CO. -- 664 E. 11th, BR 2-6273. We go anywhere -- anytime. Night coils -- JU 8-0027. WELL DRILLING L. R. GAUDIO WELL DRILLING -- Brown's Point, WA 7-9256. Get the com- plete lob. Thirty years experience. WINDOW SHADES "ACOMA WINDOW SHADE CO. -- 2114 S. Tacoma Ave., FU 3-3448. Draperies, Vene- tian Blinds, Window Shades. WOMEN'S WEARING APPAREL __ LOU JOHNSON'S INC. -- Ladies' apparel, sportswear, lingerie, accessories, millinery & shoes. 2 stores to serve you. 75S Brood- way, BR 2-5115 and Lakewood Center, JU 8-9412. YARDAGE LORD'S FASHION FABRICS -- 916 Brood way, BR 2-0416. Domestic & imported fabriCS. Poflerns--notions and trimmings. Vatican City Now Has Twice As Many Telephone Lines As People VATICAN CITY (Radio, N. C.) -- Vatican City has more than twice as many telephone lines as inhabitants with the installation of a new central switchboard. But most of the line are in offices w h e r e the worldwide administration of the Church is carried out. The new switchboard, which went into operation on midnight between August 31 and Septem- ber 1, handles 1,800 lines. That is 500 more than the old switch- board. Vatican City has 520 citizens and 321 residents. Most of those who work in Vatican City live outside of it. The new switchboard is com- pletely automatic. With the new switchboard, each extension will have four digits instead of three. A new telephone book listing them has been distributed. A telephone system was in- troduced in Vatican City by Pope Leo XIII in 1886. The switchboard then had 10 lines. In April, 1962, radio commun- ications w e r e set up linking Vatican City with Castelgan- dolfo, the papal summer resi- dence, and with the Lateran palace at the Basilica of St. John Lateran, the cathedral of Rome. U.N. Agency Publishes Encyclical Pamphlet GENEVA, Switzerland, (NC) -- The International L a b o r Office here has published a pamphlet, "The Papal Encycli- cal, 'Pacem in Terris,'" by Rev. Joseph Joblin, S. J., a member of the ILO staff. On Theatre Board SISTER MARGARET MARY, F.S.P.A., of Kumper Cath- olic High School, Carroll, Iowa, was elected a member of the board of the American Educational Theatre Association at its 24th annual conference at the University of Minne- sota. Here, Sister congratulates Sir Tyrone Guthtle, found- er and director of the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolia who ' received the AETO award for his contribution to the Amer- ican theatre. Sowed Seed Of Holiness DAILY MASS, to which his devout mother often took him, sowed the seeds of the future holiness of young John Neumann in his native village of Prachatitz, in Bohemia. Ordained a Redemptorist priest in 1836 in New York at the age of 25, he became, in 1852 the fourth Bishop of Phila- delphia. His beatification ceremony is schudled for Oc- tober 13, 1963. Model of St. Peter's Tomb Will Be Seen At New York World Fair VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC) --A plaster model of the tomb of St. Peter will be among the attractions of the Holy See's pavilion at the 1964 New York World Fair. The modal, which will meas- ure about seven by seven feet, will be based on the archeo- logical discoveries made under St. Peter's basilica in 1940, when the tomb of Pope Plus XI was being prepared in the Vati- can grottoes and workmen broke through to a lower level undiscovered up to that time. Ten years of excavations on Formosa See Has Six-Fold Increase TAICHUNG, Formosa (NC) --The Catholic population in the Taiehung diocese in central Formosa has had a six-fold in- crease over the past ten years. The n u m b e r of Catholics went from 5,654 June 30, 1953, to 35,919 June 30, 1963. The total population of the diocese is over two million. Staffed by 55 Maryknoil mis- sioners and 17 Chinese diocesan priests, the diocese has a boys' high school (with 903 students), a school for girls (with 805 students), a 25-bed hospital, 29 clinics, 25 kindergartens and the only diocesan radio station on Formosa. Taichung was an apostolic pre- fecture from 1950 to 1962 when it was made a diocese. the site uncovered an ancient Roman cemetery and w h a t Pope Plus XII called the un- contestable tomb of St. Peter. Pope Given Bust Of Predecessor CASTEL GANDOLFO, Sept. 10 (Radio, NC)--His Holiness Pope Paul VI said in receiving a marble bust of Pope John XXIII that he feels "especially bound to follow his teachings and his example." The bust was a gift from em- ployees of all ranks at his sum- mer home here. The Pope said that the gift was an invitation to meditate deeply on the ideas and soul of the Pope of goodness. He said he has received "many privileges" from Pope John and was deeply moved by the gift. The bust will stand in the Room of the Swiss in the papal summer residence. For the UNUSUAL IN GIFTS ... Gug'gERSOH SIT PINE 764 ROADWAY SSATTUI TACOMA J R umanian00eds Jail 8 Priests VIENNA, Sept. 12 (NC)-- E i g h t Hungarian Franciscan priests have been jailed in Red-ruled Rumania, according to reports reaching here. The priests belonged to a friary in Dej, a city in the Transylvanian area of Ruman- ia whose population of some 15,000 is 50 per cent Hungarian. The Franciscans, convicted in February, were sentenced to from two to eight years in prison for criticizing the Com- munist government in sermons and conversations and for aid- ing Byzantine Rite Catholics. The Communists crushed the Byzantine Rite Catholic community in Rumania in the years following World War If. In 1948 its bishops were "deposed" by the government and many priests and faithful were forced to j o in the Orthodox Church. Those imprisoned are Fathers Fidel Benedekt, Fodor Pelart, Fodor Ladislaus, Ecsy Johann, Fueloep Thomas and three other priests whose names were not included in the re- ports. Yugoslav Prelate Is Consecrated VATICAN CITY (NC)--Arch- bishop Josef Slipyij, Ukrainian Rite Metropolitan of Lviv, con- ferred episcopal consecration on Bishop Joachim Segidi of Krizevei, Yugoslavia, in St. Pe- ter's basilica. 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