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STORAGE A VAN MOVING Local and Long Diatanca 7 W. Dodridgt LA. 1177 Columbus Here a sandwich is just as important as a whole dinner. DOERSAM'S 11-13-15 W. BROAD ST. COLVMBLS. OHIO In Tim* of fteed KELLY 2333 N. HIGH ST. AT PATTERSON Ambulance COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE ad 3943 AD 59091 HOMELIKE Donation**Tea For Carmelite Sisters Planned by League A donation-tea for the Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Co lumbus, will he given by the Cath olic Women’s League Saturday, Oct. 20, from 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. at the Gallery of Fine Arts. General chairmen of the event is Mrs. O. J. Miller, with Mrs. Georg* Snyder and Mrs. Charles Scott co-chairmen. Presiding at the tea table wtlF be Mrs. Dorothy Chadwell, Miss Mary Sharfenaker, Mrs. Fred Hays, and Mrs. John West. Colored slides of shrines and his torical places Europe will be exhibited by Miss Antoinette Lowry. -------------------o------------------- HNS Unit Namo Officers NEW PHILADELPHIA New officers of the Sacred Heart parish Holy Name society, announced this week, are: Russell Mullady, presi dent: Robert Artzner, vice presi dent John Harem, secretary, and Louis Turrin, treasurer. These Funeral Directors Experienced in Catholic funeralt offer CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE MELCHER FUNERAL HOME PORTSMOUTH, O. AMBULANCE SERVICE DAY OR NIGHT 1417 Offnere Street Dial 2-3191 FUNERAL HOME UN. 6371 Ambulance NEW 1951 CADILLAC AMBULANCE NOW IN SERVICE 405 E. TOWN ST., COLUMBUS "Completely Air-Conditioned" MAEDER-QUINT FUNERAL PARLORS 106. SO. HIGH ST. PHONE GA. 3011 Formerly Arthur H. Maeder & Co. Just North of Greenlawn Ave. EST. 1870 LEO F. HAAG FUNERAL HOME GA. 4569 11S( Jaeger 8L McNAMARA FUNERAL HOME A Catholic Funeral Home Upholding Catholic Ideah, Following Catholic Principles 24 E. Third Ave. I Columbus, Ohio wlN 8500 =g,....y ,7 :Tg-:sa:CT?,-7aSrr.^—r-yr (rp— WILLIAM J. SIMONS FUNERAL HOME 1188 SOUTH HIGHSTREET (Gate* and High Street) GA 590? GA 8169 Office Residence COLUMBUS A Satisfied Customer is an Asset. Satisfied Customers are OUR Best ASSETS, for more than 27 Years we have been rendering the best possible services at the least possible Expense. 1177 We»t Sth Ape., Columbu*, Ohio Phone UN 1233 UN 3477 Private Ambulance Private Parking Area Limounnei for V eddingt im 5888 Establishes Another 'First* I i-. AS JKswC yiSvic- Ensign Alan P. Dean, USN, of Elm*fsrd, N. Y., first Negro graduate in the 10-year history of Iona College, New Rochelle, N. Y., is con gratulated by the college president, Rev. Brother Arthur A. Loftus, on establishing another "first." He was the first Negro commissioned at the first Post-World War II class of the U. S. Navy Officers Candi date School, Newport, R. I. A former officer of the National Federa tion of Catholic College Students, he previously served in the Navy for two years, (NC Photos) Rural Life Leaders Call For Cooperation of Partnership between the country and the city in keeping the U.S. economy on an even keel will be stressed at the 29th annual conven lion of the National Catholic Rural Life Conference in Boston from Oct. 18 to 25. The Rev. Julian J. Schaefer, pas tor of St. Mary's church. Lancaster, and Rural Life Director of the Co lumbus Diocese, will preside at nne of the conference sessions on Oct 27. Other leaders taking part in the meetings will include Archbishop Observes Golden Jubilee RENSSELAER, N. Y. (NC) The Minister General of the Order of Friars Minor Conventual, the Most Rev. Bede M. Hess, O.F.M. Conv., will observe the golden jubilee of religious profession to gether with four classmates on Oc tober 17 at a celebration at St. An thony-on-the-Hudson here. The Minister General, who resides in Rome, has been in this country since May to preside at the Provin cial Chapters of the four Amer ican Provinces and to make canon ical visitations. o------------------- No Credit Wanted COCHABAMBA, BOLIVIA This city experienced its first snowstorm in 70 years recently, on the same day that a new group of Maryknoll Missionaries arrived at the Maryknoll Language School here. During the three days of snow and sleet, the city was with out hoth water and electricity. An elderly parishioner asked one of the older missioners “to please tell the new North American priests who brought their own weather with them to please send it right back.” CHRIST SHALL CONQUER! Proud bearer of the name of an Archbishop of Jerusalem dead of a broken heart as the Holy City was devastated hy Moslems in 637. young SOPHRONIUS SARG1 will strive for the souls of their descen dants. Unadopted, he needs $100 in 51. 52 and 53. Will he be your priest-son? Country, City Richard J. Cushing of Boston Bish op Fulton J. Sheen, national direc tor of the Society for the Propaga tion of the Faith Monsignor Ed ward E. Swanstrom. executive di rector of War Relief Services, Na tional Catholic Welfare Confer ence and Monsignor L. G. Ligutti, executive director of the NCRLC Bishop John P. Treacy of La Crosse, Wis., will speak at an edu cators’ session on ‘Why Catholic Interest in Rural Life?” Other topics of discussion will he the problem of overpopulation, opportunities for youth on the land, and the relation between NCRLC and the Church’s home and foreign missions. Speaking of the convention Arch bishop Cushing cited the counsel of the Holy Father that the farmers’ problems should he of concern to all. “The urban population has an obligation to help those who pro vide them with the food they eat. We cannot help them unless we know those problems and try to un derstand them.” -------------------o------------------ Mission Crusade Enrolls 70 Students at St. Mary’s In traditional ceremonies. 33 freshmen of St. Mary's high school, Columbus, were enrolled in the Catholic Students’ Mission Cru sade, and 37 pupils of St. Mary’s grade school were admitted to the junior CSMC unit. The Rev. James W. Kulp, Dioce san Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, spoke of the need for a spirit of self-sacri fice among Catholic youth. Leading the student procession were Crusade officers for the cur rent year. Saundra July, president Gerald Sommer, vice president David Beaver, secretary, and Betty Rilh, treasurer. Tlear East CDissions Francis Cardinal Spellman, President M»gr, Thomas J, McMahon, Nat') Scc'ty Very Rev. Andrew Rogosh Msgr. Joseph F. Connolly Rev. Wm. Keiler Dunn Our Silver Jubilee If was in 1926 that the great Pope Piu» XI gave papal approval to a grew* lag little relief society in America. The Catholic Near East Welfare Associa tion became the Holy Father's Mission Aid for 11 countries in the Middle East —the Church's main supply source for the great campaign of love to win back the Separated Christians of the Near East and the modern crusade to spread the Gospel among millions of unbelievers there in the Cradle of Christianity. In humble gratitude to the Good God and our American benefactors wa shall celebrate our SILVER JUBILEE at St. Patrick's Cathedral, New York, at 4 P. M. on November 4th. His Eminence. Francis Cardinal Spellman cordially invites you to attend or to join us in prayer at that hour, thankful for a quarter* century of blessings. TOO LATt! This 10-year-old Arab boy died the day this photo was made, as his father rushed him to the tent-hospital of the Sisters of Naxareth in Jordan. The disease, Tubercular Peritonitis. Others hove been saved because the devoted nuns had the facilities IN TIME! Who con evaluate a human life! Will you help with $10 er $2$ for Medi cine? $30 buys a bod. THAT ALL BE ONE Though preparing to sene peo ple speaking a strange longue the NAMES ot the SACRED HEART Novices in Lebanon touch a familiar chord. Srs. Victoria. Mary of the Cross. Lucy and Patricia each used $150 this year and next lor tuition. Will you take one inloy your family? "FORGOTTEN MAN OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH" So a Bishop onct doicribod the TEACHING BROTHER. Hoarkon to the plea of BROTHER ADRIAN, who aik* nothing for himself but begs for SCHOOL SUPPLIES for hit little boy* in Choren, Eritrea. A $10 gift, er even $5, will help buy books, map*, paper*, pencils and the like. PH Y THE POUR POOR! 79 aged infirm and 54 outcast girls in the Home at CHUNAGAM VELY India, are without water and electric light facilities The SISTERS OF THE DESTITUTE write that $45( will install the motor, wiring and pipes. What can you do for them? “THE HEALING OF GOD” Such is the meaning of RAPHAEL, whose feast we cele brate Oct. 24. How fitting that we beg then for the DISPENSARY to combat MALARIA and other scourges of INDIA at Thtruinpa vadi. Maybe you can send SI or maybe $50. Please do help THANKS TO BISHOP SHEEN. YOUR DIOCESAN DIRECTOR AND YOU FOR OUR SHARI IN SUNDAY'S MISSION COLLECTION Send all communications to: Catholic Tkar East Welfare Association 480 Lexington Av«. at 46th St. New York 17, N. Y. THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1951 Governor Sets Oct. 21 to 28 As CYO Week Praises Catholic Youth Group for 1 a Of Broad Activity Next '.*.eek wifi he Cath' Youth Organization week, accord ing to an official proclamation is sued by Governor Frank J. Lausche. In setting apart the week of Oct. 21 to 28. the Governor praised the CYOs 21 years of “excellent and well-coordinated” activities, and ex pressed the hope that Ohioans “will take this opportunity to ap preciate anew the justice and im portancc of knowing God and abid ing by His law.” The text of the proclamation follows: The Catholic Youth Organiza tion for 21 years has been pro viding an excellent and well co ordinated program of activities for youth of all ages, colors, and creeds in this state. The prob lems facing today’s young peo ple arc great and complex. A successful solution requires wise counsel and sound direction, which will insure youth's better citizenship to God, country, and community. In this great nation it is the responsibility of every citizen to help the youth to become bet ter Americans. Physical strength is not enough. Rather, the dis cipline and cultivation of the mind has always been one of the greatest contributions a man may make for the betterment of the human race and the better ment of conditions upon this earth. Through its four fold program of spiritual, cultural, social, and physical activities, the Catholic Youth Organization has better prepared its members to assume their place as followers of God and leaders in the world. In so doing those who guide the pro gram have made a tremendous contribution to their fellow men hy constantly reminding us that one is never too young to be a good citizen. Now. therefore, I. Frank J. Lausche. Governor of Ohio, do hereby proclaim the week of Oct. 21 to 28. as Catholic Youth Or ganization week in this state, and I do express the fervent hope that Ohioans of all differ ing religious, racial, and nation al backgrounds will take this op portunity tn pause to appreciate anew the justice and importance of knowing God and abiding by his law, and the rightfulness and desirability of encouraging our youth to recognize the suprem acy of our Creator and the ob ligation incumbent upon young and old alike to live according to the eternal truths which have been made known to us. In testimony whereof, 1 have hereunto subscribed my name and caused the great seal of the State of Ohio to he affixed at Columbus, this 28th day of Sep tember, in the year of Our Lord, one thousand nine hundred and fifty-one. FRANK J. LAUSCHE, Governor -------------------o------------------ NCL5 Announce* Grid Gaines. At Chillicothe Four more grade-school football games will be sponsored by the Co lumbus Committee of the National Catholic Community Service for the entertainment of patients at Chillicothe Veterans’ hospital this fall, it was announced this week. Columbus parochial school elevens take part in the Sunday afternoon series. The schedule of games still to be played follows: Sun., Oct. 21. St. Vincent's vs. St. James the Less: Sun.. Oct. 28. St. Agatha’s vs. St Aloysius Nov. 4 St. Ladislaus’ vs. St. Mary Mag dalene's Nov. Il, Holy Name vs. St. Thomas'. The serie* is part of the NCCS volunteer program of rehabilita tion for the hospital patients. Pope's Peace Prayers Radioed To Fatima and South America ’ontiff Marks Close of Extended Holy Year Speak To Chilean Eucharistic Congress VATICAN CITY (NC) His Holiness Pope Pius XII publicly prayed for peace on two consecu tive days this week. The Holy Father spoke first by radio io the ceremonies at the shrine of Fatima. Portugal, mark ing the closing of the Holy Year of Jubilee outside Rome saying that the message of Our Lady “points out to us the sure path to peace and the means of obtaining it from Heaven.” The following day in a radio broadcast to the closing session of the Chilean National Eucharistic Congress in Valparaiso the Pope oirccted attention to a link be tween Fatima and Valparaiso, and said it was a union which Divine P-ovidence evidently also wished to make. At Fatima, on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean, His Holiness said, the Sacred Host was elevated on three successive days in supplica tion for poor sinners and for peace in the world. Now, also in Val paraiso, a flowered balcony on the vast Pacific, "We wish to pray foi misguided souls, those souls who through their absence are one of the greatest afflictions of Our heart, those souls whom We await each day with outstretched arms. We wish to pray also for peace, peace in consciences, internal peace within nations, peace in in ternational life.” The Fatima statues touring van- Bishop Sheen ill Add Christum Doctrine Congress CHICAGO—(NC)—The public tribute to God and country which has been scheduled to climax the Ninth National Catechetical Con gress of the Confraternity of Chris tion Doctrine on Armistice Day, November 11, will feature Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Auxiliary of New York and National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. This was announced by the Rev. John R. Gleason, director of the Chicago Confraternity. The sub ject of Bishop Sheen s address in conjunction with the patriotic and religious theme of this demonstra tion will be "Religion and Democ racy.” The finale of this second hemis pheric Congress will be staged in the Chicago Stadium, a huge am phitheater on Chicago’s near West Side, with a seating capacity of more than 20.000. Plans have been made to con vert the stadium practically over night into a spacious cathedral with a mammoth altar to be erect ed at the north end featuring a lowering rercrios oi .on* «o» n ooo» «a» aaaa aa» -aBw aaw aa» MONUMENTS OF DISTINCTION COLUMBUS ART MEMORIAL CO. MAin 2726 900-004 H. MOUND ST. (NORTHEAST CORNER CALVAR1 CEMETERY! OPEN SUNDAYS 1-30.5.30 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Monuments Markers Mausoleums "G/asses that Satisfy" OHIO STATE OPTICAL CO. Complete Manufacturing facilities Prompt Repair Service Artificial Eyes Fitted Glass or Plastic MA 3697 East State St. COLUMBUS, OHIO ir• Rlr-,ed Pius x. who gave such a great impetus ti the woik of the Confraternity in his encyclical “Acerbo Nimis” (The Teaching of the Christian Doctrine—1905). I oath Leaders Fr. Murphy Fr. O'Connor Among the speakers at the third National Catholic Youth Confer ence at Cincinnati, Oct. 15-19, are: Rev. William J. Murphy, SJ. (left). Dean of Men at John Car roll University, Cleveland, and National Chaplain of the Nation al Federation of Catholic College Clubs, and Rev. J. Desmond O'Connor (rght). Chaplain of the Newman Ciub at the University of New Hampshire and National Chaplain, National Newman Club Federation. (NC Photos) ji, tbe pa -i fen I.c rough! almost unhelipv eabl' marvels of grace. His Holiness Pope Pius XII stated in hr broad cast to Portugal The Holy Father compai ed the Fatima statues to angels Lord who at the op Holy Year began su mmon men of the world to seck pe renew their spiritual the Jubilee Year. “Pilgrim Virgin” w as th( applied to each of the replicas of the statue at the Fatima Basili to see each other as bro- The Pope recalle 1 that he had designated as a principal aim of the Holy Year the obtaining of “internal and external peace, peace in families, in society and between nations.” He added: “The world desires peace and in spite of much which has been done it still con tinues to hold its. breath for fear of seeing it vanish again.” -------------o------------------ Urge* Marriage Delay TOLEDO—(NC)—Bishop George J. Rchring has advised young couples to defer marriage in cases where the groom and bride would be separated by military necessity. 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