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November 28, 1951

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 15

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cue Newt, Frederick, Md., Wednesday, November 28, 1951 StepinacTo Be Freed Soon BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, Nov. 2' --(flj_Premier Marshal Tito in dicated tonight that Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac might be re leased from prison within a month He did not specifically refer to "release" but said the "question 1 of the imprisoned spiritual leader of Yugoslavia's 7,000,000 Roman Catholics would. b» ( "solved within one month." Tito's statement was printed m the issue of Borba, voice of the Yugoslav Communist Party, to be published tomorrow. It is a reply to a letter from Drew Pearson, American newspaper and radio columnist-, -Tito did not say whether the Catholic prelate would be given a pardon or a parole. He said bluntly, however: I am going to tell you we will solve the question of Stepinac, even without the consent of the Vatican, within one month." He added that "it is clear that he (Stepinac) cannot in our country fulfill his function as a high church leader." . .·: ' This would seem to imply that the Archbishop will not be permitted to resume his functions as the top ranking Catholic church leader in Yugoslavia. The balding 53-year-old prelate entered a prison cell nearly five years ago after conviction on charges, of wartime collaboration with the Germans. Several months ago, he was offered freedom if he would agree to leave the country. This was turned down by the Vatican. In Ms letter to Pearson, Tito said the Vatican "did not wish Aetna Casualty Surety Company Hartford AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE DAVID 0. GRIFFIN GENERAL INSURANCE 27 N. Court St Phone 600 Stepinac to come out of prison, but to make a martyr of him." He reviewed in considerable detail the bafckground of the Arch bishop's arrest and conviction and emphasized that during his term of imprisonment the Catholic pre late had lacked nothing. Complicated By I'olitics He said that in Yugoslavia the question was one of a conviction for a crime, but that political considerations have entered into it--particularly abroad. "Foreign propaganda mixed itself into the case and the entire question became an international political problem," he wrote. He said at one point that many American visitors to Yugoslavia had expressed an interest in the case. He posed a question of how American people would .react to those who would" help an occupier. "I do not ask a reply, because I am deeply convinced that they would be despised," Tito wrote. To Enter Monastery ROME, Nov. 27--(ff)--Archbishop grade credited tht decision to release the Archbishop--which was Indicated by Premier Marshal Tito in a statement to be published tomorrow--and the apparent de cision against exiling him to the pressure of American Catholic opinion. It also said that Stepinac preferred remaining in the Lepoglavia jail in Croatia to liberty in exile, and he has been supported in this by the Vatican. As a result, the dispatch continued, the Yugoslav Government arrived at the compromise solution of releasing him but prohibiting his return to his duties as Archbishop. Aloysius will go Stepinac into of Yugoslavia monastery in Croatia if he is released from prison, the Italian news agency Ansas reported tonight. . , The Ansas dispatch from Bel- CPL. HOOPER RELEASED FORT MEADE, Nov. 28 -- Cpl. Robert Hooper, a Korean veteran, of Frederick, has completed processing at the 2053rd Reception Cemer here and 'has been released Irom active duty with the Army. He has reverted to inactive status in the Enlisted Reserve Corps. After serving in Korea he returned to the States under the Army's rotation^ system. His wife. Dolly Rebecca, and daughter, Mary Ann. 2, live at 118 West South street, Frederick. j Hospital Aid Reports On 6-Mos. 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