Religion: Again, HVJ

Settling down to a quiet routine after its celebrated debut last February (TIME, Feb. 23), Vatican City's broadcasting station HVJ put Pope Pius XI on the air last week for the second time. Europe (not the U. S.) heard scholarly lectures by members of the Pontifical Academy of Sciences: Rev. Father Giuseppe Gianfranceschi, director of the station, on the technical aspect of the Vatican's radio waves; Professor Anile on the origin of languages; Professor Navas on Oriental insects. Then said His Holiness:

"It is with great pleasure that I proceed with the second...

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