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Adelaide Southern Cross (Newspaper) - March 21, 1940, Adelaide, South Australia National Library of Australia Burnett and professional a. J. George . Goldsbrough House. North ter., City phone c 2464. The Prospect by. Prospect next to Post office phone h 1676 r. F. George . Town Hall Henley Beach Boad tha Barton. Phone l4464, Goldsbrough House. North ter., City phone 2464. Dental surgeons High Grade tailoring Mccarron & co. Telephone c 4314. Gresham St. Autumn and Winter suiting have Jost arrived. Exclusive designs. Latest colourings business suits from 6/6/-. Tel. M34 w. F. O. Grote dental surgeon 3rd floor Bowman buildings King William St., Adelaide. Frank l. Smerdon dental surgeon 118 jetty Road Glenelg. Phone i x1666. Hearst 9 . To 9 . Evenings by appointment. C. E. To Tunney 88 Grote Street. 48 Gawler place. Hairdresser & tobacconist social functions catered for. Special line of presentations. T. O Connor & sons Ltd. Contractors of the Adelaide railway station hot water engineers plumbers and contractors advice and estimates free. Office showroom and works i 178180 Currie Street. Central 2860 2 lines Day or night. Garden parties wedding and communion breakfasts. Cooke wall1sltd. Caterers. 20 Carrington Street Adelaide. Socials and Balis catered for. Banquets a speciality. Phone g8268 for quotes and information. Lawman 6 rank Ltd. Certified opticians 62-62a Gawler place Adelaide will be sight testing As under port Pirie 128 Ellen St wed., March 27, 9 to 6.30 thurs., March 28, 9 to 5.80, and fri., March 29, 9 to 9. Also it. Pleasant hotness hotel tues., March 26, 10 to 2.80. Birdwood Napoleon hotel tues., March 26, 8 to. 6. Eden Valley hotel wed., March 27, 9.30 to 11. Springton hotel wed., March 27, 11.80 to 2, Williamstown hotel wed., March 27/ 8 to 5.30. Gum Eracha District hotel thurs., March 28, 10 to 12. It. Torrens hotel thurs., March 28,. 2 to 5.30. Woodside Institute fri., March 29, 10 to 12. Louethal Institute fri., March 29, 2 to 6.80. Also Murray Bridge Institute tues., March 26,11 to 6. Monteith Institute wed., March 27, 10 to 12. Tailed Bend Institute wed., March 27, 2 to 6. Macclesfield Institute thurs., March ,28, 10 to 12. Strathalbyn Institute thurs. March 28, 2 to 6. Golowa Corio hotel fri., March 29, 9 to 12. Victor Harbour Institute fri., March 29, 2 to 6. A daily delivery of Quality bread Benei us i. W. R. James in Goodwood Boad Goodwood. " in personal Una ars Bishop elect of Adelaide most Rev. M. Beovich d.d., was the guest of Honor at a function arranged by the Christian Brothers and their pupils of the archdiocese of Mel Bourne and held at the Cathedral Hall Melbourne on monday 11th inst Rev. Bro. Magee who presided presented his Grace with a Crozier after a beautifully executed address expressive of the sentiments of the Christian Brothers towards their distinguished sex Pupil had been read by Rev. Brother King. In his reply his Grace acknowledged the debt he owed to the Bro thers and paid the highest tribute to their. Work for Catholic education and said that in the High office to which he had been called he would do All that Lay in his Power to fur ther that Noble work. He thanked them All from the Bottom of his heart. A Catholic general in the dutch army countermanded the order of an inferior officer forbidding soldiers to attend a Sermon by a protestant minister against military participation in War. The Holland Constitution Recognises conscientious objection. At Rij Swirck a or. P. Post a minister was scheduled to preach a Sermon against militarism. The local military com mandant forbade his soldiers to at tend the service and posted men at the Church to prevent such attend Ance. The minister complained to the High command of the army. General Baron Van Voorst Tot Voorst a Catho Lic and head of Holland s army Over Rode the order and granted permission to attend the minister s service. On the death of archbishop Kelly the office of vicar general in the archdiocese of Sydney held by the right Rev. Mgr. T. Phelan became vacant. On saturday 9th inst., How Ever mgr. Phelan was reappointed to the same position under archbishop Gilroy. The very Rev. Edmund o Donnell who had acted As Secretary to archbishop Kelly for the past ten years was also reappointed As official Secretary to archbishop Gilroy. The Rev. John Toohey was appointed Pri Yate Secretary to archbishop Gilroy. A special government Gazette announcing the death of archbishop Kelly was issued on saturday in Syd Ney. The University Catholic federation of great Britain has prepared a pro gramme of War time activities which include Relief for the poles Supply of books and Catholic papers for prisoners of War or those interned in this country and arrangements for regular mass for University personnel for the prisoners of War the Fede serving with the forces. In its work ration has the co operation of Pax Romana. And the International red Cross. On tuesday 12th inst., some half a million people gathered in the Square of St. Peters Rome to join in the celebrations that marked the first anniversary of the Coronation of Pope Pius Xii this remarkable Demon stration of loyalty and love towards the Sovereign pontiff marked also the pontiff s 64th birthday which occurred on 3rd inst., and which was celebrated in conjunction with the anniversary of his Coronation. Or. Myles Paige who has been named by mayor to Guardia As the first coloured magistrate Ever appointed to the special sessions Bench in the history of blew York state is a prominent figure in Catholic organisations in that City. He is a member of the Board of directors of the Catholic inter racial Council and a Knight of Columbus Gamelin is a Man who will bring us Victory these words were used by Cardinal Baudrillard when he was talking to a reporter about his for Mer Pupil the Soldier who is now supreme commander of All the French armed forces and of the Allied troops in France. He taught history to general Gamelin at Saint Cyr the French Sandhurst it has always the Cardinal to know that the direction of military affairs is in the hands of a Man of great culture who possesses the highest intellectual faculties and the noblest moral this tribute at once re Calls marshal Toch who was endowed with those same qualities and again like Foch general Gamelin is now relying upon our prayers to help the allies to Victory. Monsignor Vauhn Lade Uze Rector Magn ficus of Louvain s famous Catholic University Belgium for the past 32 years including the period of the great War died suddenly recently. Monsignor Lade Uze was held As a hostage by the germans when they marched into the town in August 1914. The University and its great Library were wantonly destroyed and he himself ill treated and threat ened with death. Liberated he went Back to the town and remained there throughout the occupation refusing under the threat of deportation to open the University while Belgium was under the German Yoke. Mon Signor Lade Uze had his Way and the University was not re opened until 1919, when women students were admitted for the first time. To Day thanks to his work it has More than 4,000 students and 150 professors. Later the Rector received world wide prominence for his Long dispute concerning an anti German inscription that the benefactors of the univer sity wished to put on the rebuilt building. He was All for peace and opposed to or. Whitney Warren the american architect on the matter. Violent incidents occurred at the time and after several court actions monsignor Lade Uze s decision was up held. The Rector was 69. He was ordained in 1892, became a professor at Louvitt in 1898, and Rector 11 years later. He was an opponent of flemish extremism a member of the belgian Royal Academy and honorary member of Many scientific and Lite Rary institutions he wrote several works of research into the origin of the Christian Church in the East. Monsignor Lade Uze was made a titular Bishop in 1928. He held the grand cordon of the order of Leo . The assassination last week at Lon Don of sir Michael o Dwyer former governor of the Punjab was one of those tragic events that take on an added poignancy in View of fact now generally asserted in reference to last week s tragedy that the occur rence was the act of a Lunatic. The Amritsar massacre of 1919 was readily recalled As supplying a motive for the crime but it was general Dyer and not sir Michael o Dwyer who was responsible for the Stern measures adopted on that. Occasion though the latter subsequently approved the action of the general in an English court of Law in 1924, a suit was brought by sir Michael to decide whether Dyer s action at Amritsar Wasan atrocity the judge sir a. Mccardie gave his opinion which the jury accepted that general Dyer had in. The exceptional Circum stances acted rightly and had been wrongly condemned by the Secretary of state.". Behind the tragedy of Amritsar is the Story of communist intrigue and the attempt of the bolshevik de administration of Amanullah in Afghanistan to invade India and to spread there the gospel of the class War atheism and involution. Deer s Brilliant Campaign against the armies that were the agents of soviet Russia is amongst the More notable facts in modern history. But from the soviet communist College at Tashkent per Sia turkestan and India were flooded with red agents and revolution was on the Point of breaking out when Dyer acted As he at Amritsar to prevent revolution and Slaughter. The late sir Michael o payer was born in Ireland a member of a Well known Southern family that gave two of its sons the Priesthood m a v his soul rest in peace Hitler Stalin pact ripped off hypocrisy that had plagued the world these names linked made news. The Alliance Between Hitler and Stalin was judged by the editors of the International news service and of Many leading papers to be the one single event that transcended All the frightening things that happened in the past year said or. Joseph v. Connolly president of the service in his annual talk on the year s hews significance broadcast Over a coast to coast Hook up of the National broadcasting company . The revelation that Hitler ism and communism Are partners in a scheme to dominate the world he said saved the United states and other really democratic Peoples from the horrible ordeals of years of struggle against soviet ism. It had ripped off the hypocrisy that had plagued civilisation. We knew now that the Hitler Ite movement was never genuinely anti bolshevik and that communism was never really demo cratic. Communism is dead in this coun try and thoroughly discredited everywhere. Even the russian people May be Awakening. Our gratitude for our escape will make us pay More attention to religion. The world to night is divided into the two vast Camps once prophesied by Christ the forces of god and the forces of anti god. A common foe has brought together All those who believe in the one True god. A year ago i spoke at the eucharistic Congress in new Orleans on behalf of tolerance. To Day the Alliance of Stalin and Hitler has forced god fearing men to forget their differences so that there is Nei ther jew nor Gentile protestant nor Catholic with respect to this menace. All Are sons of the one True god whom this enemy seems determined to the late Pope had died a Martyr to the cause of peace and the first message of the new Pope had been of peace founded on Justice and brother Hood. He had offered the vast army of his followers the Church to this cause. Or. Connolly listed the death of Pius i and the election of Pius Xii among the ten greatest news stories of the world that had nothing to do with european wars. He predicted that president Roosevelt s naming of or. Myron c. Taylor As his representative at the Vatican will be among the news developments of the greatest world wide importance in 1940. Anti god propaganda. �300,000 to spend in Poland. The Central Bureau at Moscow of the soviet association of the godless has made a Grant of three million roubles about �300,000for anti religious propaganda in russian occupied Poland states the Fournier Agency quoted in la Croix of Paris. The Bureau has ordered the following policy to be adopted by its members in that Region All churches and ecclesiastical establishments in the occupied territory to be closed immediately priests and other religious minis ters to be ordered to Stop their Spiri Tual work All ecclesiastical property to be confiscated godless sections to be started As soon As and wherever possible an atheistic newspaper in polish to be issued the soviet radio station in the area to be used for atheistic propaganda. Convent of mercy Angas Street. Day and boarding Sthool. All grades from kindergarten to University. Brandies to i Kheda Henley Beach Goodwood Ana Victor Harbour. Far thu apply at str supt Riar. Demand Jacobs hams Bacon Small goods 4tqpxsd it Utju Stoffl 9010

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