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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 17, 1955 | i Activities C'f Catholics Tnrougtlout 1he '00Vorld Recor(:bd By News Cam JUST HOW MUCH IS A GIRL WORTH? -- /? . . , .............................................................................................................................. !:i._= ......... =.: ........................................................ In Musoma, Tanganyika, Africa, where this picture was taken, the month of June is not the nn)st important consideration for brides. A large part of the missioner's time is spent trying to settle marriage problems. It is customary for a girl to marry the man who gives her father the largest number of cows. Father Joseph M. Glynn, a Maryknoller from DDrchester Mass.. tries to settle a dispute. The old man witll the spear offers the girl's father {right) 20 cows while the young man (leftl offers twelve. The girl did not want to marry the old man and Father Glynn persuaded the father to allow her to marry the man of her cho:ce. (NC Photos). Dominicans All-Seven In One , } i ?%+ ! 4 .... :' : :: :: :/: :::i ': .... i00:ii!00 ;..'. ::. _.::  ..:..,..::.:.:/ , : ....:r, :i.  : ...... Seven members of the John F. Hinnebusch family of Pittsburgh, Pa., belong to the Dominican Order, four as priests and three as nuns. Left to right: standing, Father Frederick, O.P.: Father William A., O.P.P.; John F. Hinnebusch, their father; Father Gerard Paul. O.P., and Father Al- bert Louis. O.P. Seated, Sister Regina Ann, O.P.; Sister Leocadia, O.P., and Sister Mary Paul, O. P. (NC Photos) Family Life Aide 'A-A-AH-AH[' Monsignor Irving A. DeBlanc, fhbove} Catholic chaplain at the Southwestern Louisiana In. s0tute, Lafayette, La., has been appointed assistant direc. tot of the Family Life Bureau, National Catholic Welfare Con. rence, to assist Father Edgar Sehmiedeler, O.S.B., director since 1931. The announcement of his appointment was made by Bishop Peter W. Bartholome . St. Cloud, Episcipal Moder- ator of the bureau. (NC Photos) .ould Require 'In God Trust' On All Money Washington. (E) -- The House has voted to require the inscrip- tion "In God We Trust" on all uture United States coinage and paper money. A bill passed and sent to the Senate would make printing of the motto on paper money man- 'diiory as soon as the Govern- merit puts into operation tim new Pilnting process it is establish- ing. " ' ,Metal coins now bear the in- ription, but without any legal requirement, Sister Herman Joseph, at the lWaryknoll Sisters' Clinic in Pusan, Korea, examines the throat of Kim Sun Yung. "That's fine, a-a-ah-ah!" Chang Regina, a medical technician trained by the nuns is busy at other things. During the past year nearly 500,000 patients were treated at the clinic, which the American Knights of Malta outfitted the laboratory. United Nations Photo. (NC Photos) Japan Charity Leader Michael Y. Maekawa, (above) national president of the St. Vincent de Paul Society in Japan has come to the U.S. to study salvage operations which he hopes to bring into service of Catholfc charities in 'lis homeland. In Seattle, Wa'h- ington he has observed the efforts of the St. Vincent de Pu! Bureau which last year grossed $575,000, exclusive of food, clothing and furniture given in charitable works, and provided employment f o r handicapped persons. T h e Japanese Catholic action lead- er, 34, father of three children, is supervisor of the business machine section of the Kawa- saki Iron Works. SEVEN NUNS SEE THEIR BROTHERS ORDAINED \\; Pictured following the celebration of their first Masses, at Bishop Marty Memorial Chapel, Yankton, S. D., are the two youngest members, and only boys of the family of Mr. and Mrs. George Sitzmann,, o[ Kingsley, Iowa. The newly ordained priests, Father Alphonse Sitzmann, O.S.B,, and Father Marian Sitzmann, O.8.B., are shown with their parents and seven sisters members of three religious orders And two alartlcd ister&_Two other children of the family died, Photo by Jeannette Abbey. (NC Photos) FINLAND'S ONLY BISHOP First Catholic Bishop in Finland since the Reformation, Most Rev. William Cobben (above), was recently installed as Bishop of the newly created Diocese of Helsinki. He is shown with Rev. J. Ver- nooy (left.), pastor of St. Henry's Church, Helsinki and Rev, J. Rejnders and Dr. C. Puts, missionary priests of the Sacred Heart ...... ongregatton, Holland, (NG Photo el * .... Indo-China Apostolic Delegate Reported In Good Health Saigon. Vietnam, Gadio, NC)-- Archbishop John Dooley, Apo- stolic Delegate to Indo-China, is in good health in Red-ruled llanoi, according to persons who came from there last month. With him is his secretary, Fa- lher Terence O'Driscoll, a fel- low member of the Society of St, Columban, from Cork, lreland His assistant secretary is Father Andre Mariller, of the Paris Foreign Mission Society. Father O'Driscoll celebrates Mass on Sundays in the chapel of the Sainte Marie convent school, for Catholics of the Cana- dian and Indian delegations of the International Control Com- mission. Before Easter, Father O'Dris- coll, with two Canadian Re- demptorists, who have a parish in Hanoi--Fathers Thomas Cote and Denis Paquet--conducted a, triduum for these Catholics of the Commission. , elderly "Do not rebuke an man, but exhort tim as you would a father, and young men l as brothers, elderly women as l mothers, younger women as is- [ ters in all chastity." ! Tom. 5;i-2, CHALICE CONSECRATION CEREMONY Abbot Cuthbert McDonald, O.S.B.. of St. Benedict's Abbey, Atchinson, Kan., consecrates the a chalices of seven newly-ordained priests of the monastery. Left to right: Revs. Marcellus Rottingl Ktlly, Kan,; Herman Fangman, St. Benedict, Kan.; Roger Rumery, David City, Neb.; Brian Kel Kansas City, IV[o.; Columban Clinch, Kansas City, Kansas,; Bartholomew Dacek, Cleveland and Gl riel Eckert, Flush, Kan. (NC Photos) Cabinet Member Honored Number One Citizen Feted Very .Rew Theodore M. Hesburgh, :C.S.C., (second from' left), president of Notre Dame University chats with three prominent government officials at the annual commencement exercises on the campus, June 5. Diplomat Jefferson Caffery, (second from right) received the Laetare Medal at the exercises. Deputy Un- dersecretary of State Robert Murphy {extreme left represented Secretary Dulles. Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr., {ex- treme right) was the ommencement speaker and received an honorary degree of doctor of laws. (NC Photos) Indians Greet Woman Leader One of the four U.S. flyers recently freed by Red Roland W. Parks, a Catholic boy from Omaha, Nebr., role of No. 1 citizen of his home state on his return there,, shown with Mayor John Rosenblatt (right) who escorted to a waiting automobile for a parade through downtown after welcome-home ceremonies at City Hall. (NC Photos) FLOOD SPARES ALTAR At a recent convention of the Portland Diocesan Cofincil of Cath- olic Women, Mrs. August G. Desch, of Evanston, Ill., National President, N.C.C.W., is shown with the young chief and four young women of the Passamaquoddy Indian tribe at Pleasant Point, Perry, Maine. Josephine Nicholas, chief, standing; Joan B assett, Anne Nicholas, seated, Priscilla Socoby and Julia Fran- cl Photo by Verrill. (NC Photos) 1 gro Receives Doctor's Degree From Georgetown Washington. i)--Dr. Charles E. Williams became the second ",student in the past decade, to earn the degree of Doctor of Juridical Science at Georgetown University, here. He is the first Negro to earn the degree at Georgetown. A 35-year-old member of the District Bar, Dr. Williams is as- sociate professor of law at Flor- ida A. and M. University at Tal- lahessee. Dr. Williams, a native of Wihn. ington, Del., received his bache- lor of arts and bachelor of laws degree/from Howard University here and a master of laws degree from Georgetown in 1952. Dr. Williams' thesis for his de- gree was "Racial Classification of Citizens by Public Autlaorities is Not Conformity with Basic Constitutional t rinciples. Dr. Williams' wife, Lorraine, was one of two women and the first Negro woman to receive doctor of philosophy degrees from American University here. She plans to continue teaching. Wants To Amend Constitution To Recognize Supreme Being Washington. (E) -- Representa- tive Eugene Siler of Kentucky has proposed amending the U.S. Constitution to "recognize the authorship and authorityship of the Supreme Being and His Son, Jesus Christ, as the Saviour of Mankind." The measure was re- ferred to the Judiciary Commit- Only the altar was left at Sacred Heart Church, Strakville, after flood waters in Raton Creek swept through the town, four miles from Trinidad, Tiffs is a wircphot.o, tee of the tlouse. I lie introduced a resolution seeking to add amendment 23 to the Constitution: "Many people, I believe," the legislator said, "think the greatest deficiency of our present Constitution lies in its failure to recognize God AI- ,,. mighty and America's definite position as a great Christian na- tion." / e ith n an add convenl Sta here. former FIN 409 W first batt Reek EL Del