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Senator Cites
Major Threats
To I S. Nation
Communism is making progress
in he I S tniough the effort- of
misguided citizens and a coir of
tieasonabir individuals.” Senator
Herbert O'Conor of Maryland
warned in Columbus Sunday night.
He was the second vprakei in the
cuiieni Erskine lecture
sciic-
the College of St. Mary of the
Springs.
Although he insisted that he v as
not pessimistic about the nation s
future, he Ii ted four maim threats
to Amm ii an seem its 1 mliiti a
tion ol un American ideologies: 2)
lhe moral letdown “apparent in so
many aspects of American lite”
3) excessive government spending
and 4) continuation of trade with
Communist nations ’fter the out
break of war in Korea
Praising the statement of the
American Hierarchy, issued last
Sunday, Senator O’Conor said
“Congressional resolutions will not
achieve ethical standards tn gov
ernment.”
“We must go deeper,” he went
on. “Only a return to a sense of
moral values will bring the return
of our people to principle* of mor
al action.”
Senator O’Conor was introduced
b- Herbert S. Albers, chairman of
the Advisory Board of the college.
The next lecture in the series
will be given by Vincent W. Hart
nett at the college on Dec. 9 at
8:15 p. m.
District Meetings
To Be Scheduled
At Marion K. of. C.
MARION Plans were discuss
ed for gettogether meetings of
councils in the district at a meet
ing of Marion Council. Knights of
Columbus, Tuesday night. Francis
McDaniel, grand knight, invited
the group, which includes*councils
in Kenton. Upper Sandusky and
Marion, to hold the first meeting
here early in January.
Talks were given by Richard
Wortman of Kenton, district dep
uty. and Tom Dowd of Kenton, a
past district deputy. Thomas E.
Andrews, a past state deputy, talk
ed on the origin and accomplish
ments of the youth program.
Announcement was made of the
annual state bowling tournament
to be held at Canton during March
and April and Joe Maloney dis
cussed plans for a district softball
league.
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Requiem For James Euntan
NEW LEXINGTON, O.—Funeral
services were held Nov. 13 in St.
Rose Church for Pic. James Euman
who was killed May 31 in Korea
Burial took place in Maplewood
cemetery. The V.F.W. conducted a
military funeral.
Euman was killed by cross-fire
while helping to take the small
town of Tonggok. Korea, about 50
miles north of Seoul.
He was the son of Mr. and Mrs.
Leonard Euman.
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Discuss Nursing Career
NEW LEXINGTON “Nursing
as a Career” was the theme of talks
given at St. Aloysius acadamy here
by Sister Mary Daniel. Mrs. L.
Grossman, R.N., Miss Patty Skiens
and Miss Helen Bi ingardner. all
of Good Samaritan hospital, Zanes
ville.
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Snyder Heads Grange
NEW LEXINGTON Clement
Snjder. member of St. Rose s par
ish here, has been elected presi
dent of Rehobeth Grange. A mem
ber of the Grange for 15 years, he
has been overseer for the past
three years.
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Named Honorary Captain
Paul “Jerry” Rooney, member
oi St. Joseph's parish, Circleville,
and brainy quarterback of this
year’s Circleville Tiger football
team, was chosen 1 onorary captain
of 1951 at the Rooster Club ban
quet. He is a senii r.
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Eiilorn Priesthood
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Dr. Max Jordan, N.C.W.C. News
Service correspondent in Europe,
who has completed his studies
for the priesthod at the Beuron
ese Benedictine Congregation in
Beuron, Germany, and will be
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known at an American news
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(NC Photoi)
Organize Xew
St. Raphael Guilds
To Aid Carmelites
Formation of four neu St.
Raphael Guilds was anr. unced hi
week, two of them in Columbu-.
one in Delaware, and one in Gal
loway. The ruilds assist the Car
melite Sisters in the operation of
St. Raphael’s Home for the Aged
and Infirm. Columbus.
Membership of the new groups
is as follows:
Guild No. 8. Delaware Mrs.
Ruth Rainer. Mrs. Robert Parker.
Mrs. Edward Schweitzer. Mrs. Jose
Flahive, Mrs. John Ward. Sr Mrs.
Paul Ward. Miss Mary Gay. Miss
Mildred Schweitzer. Miss Emoretta
Gay.
Guild 22. Columbus—Mrs James
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Vjsintine. Mrs. H. W Holt Mrs.
John Igoe. Mrs John Igoe. Mrs.
G. Jackson. Fostoria. O Mrs E C.
Sullivan. Mrs. J. J. Visinf le. Miss
Rose Visintine. Mrs. Albert Wil
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Guild 21, Galloway—Mrs. Robert
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Crest. Mrs Frank Wise. Mrs. Ruth
Murry. Mrs. Walter F. Barker. Mrs.
Walter Ducey. Mrs. Isabel McClos
key. Mrs. Helen Murry. Mrs. Leo
McElroy, Miss Mary Mooney. Mis.
William .Mooney, .Mis. Cletus J.
Mooney.
Guild 11. Columbus—Mrs. John
West. Chairman. .Mrs. Robert Car
roll. Secretary. Mrs. A. D. Mitchell,
Mrs. Edvard Ramsey. Mrs E A.
Brown. Mrs. Arthur Klee. Mrs. W.
Strickfaden .Mrs. Alfred RUc'
Mrs. Clem Zack.
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Pope Stresses
Anxieties Of
Little Nations
VATICAN CITY—(NC) The
anxieties of little countries was
stressed by His Holiness Pope Pius
XII in an address welcoming Fin
land's new .Minister to the Holy
See.
The envoy, Ake Henrik Gartz
presented his credentials to the
Father at a audience at Cas
telgandolfo. During recent years,
Finland was represented at the
Holv See by a chaige d'affaires.
The Holy See doe* not maintain an
official representative in Helsinki.
The complete accord between
the peaceful aspirations of Finland
and those of the Holv See is one ol
the main reasons foi the develop
of such cordial relations
between them, the Pope staled.
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Mercier's isit Recalled
Washington 'NC) The cen
tennial of the birth oi the late
Desire-Joseph Cardinal Mercier,
Archbishop of .Malines, solemnly
observed in Belgium, recalls that
the revered pi elate was given a
rousing welcome when he visited
the United States after Woild War
I. He came here to thank Ameri
cans for help given his sintering
nation, particularly for the re
construction of the library at the
Catholic University of Louvain.
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Columbus Represented
At Covington Conference
Two speakers from the Colum
bus Diocese took part in the second
annual meeting of the Catholic
Conference on Industrial Prob
lems in Covington. Ky., last Sun
day They were the Rev. Augustine
L. Winkler. Diocesan Director of
Social Action, and Miss Helen Mc
Daniel. casework supervisor. Cath
olic Welfare Bureau
They were members of a panel
that also included the Rev. John
F. Cronin. S.S.. Assistant Director.
Social Action department. National
Catholic Welfare Conference. The
panel discussed the responsibili
ties of teachers in forming right
social attitudes among their stu
dents.
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Logan Couples .Married
LOGAN—Mr. and Mrs. James
Robert King were married Oct. 27
in St. John's Church. She is the
former Mary Ann Geiger, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Geiger of
Logan. Mr. King is the son of .Mrs.
Sylvia King, also of Logan.
Mr. and Mrs. lack Leroy Mc
Guire were married in St. John's
Church Nov. 3. The former Mar
garet Johnston. Mrs. McGuire is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs Clarence
Johnston of Logan. Mr McGuire
is from Union Furnace.
Five Princes
Of Church At
Detroit Rites
(nth edr al Is Dedicated.
Cardinal's Jubilee \o(ed
At Celebration
DETROIT—NO A threefold
celebration here brought together
“the most imposing assemblage of
Cardinals, Archbishops, Bishops
and priests in Detroit's history
Five Cardinals. 13 Archbishops
and 88 Bishop- took part in the
color!ul ceremonies which marked
the solemn consecration ol the
Cathedral, the silver anniversary
of the episcopal consecration ol
His Eminence. Edwaid Cardinal
Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit,
and the 250th anniversary of the
establishment of the Gathohc
Church in Detroit. Bishop Ready
of Columbus was among those at
tending
The ceremonies held Nov. 17 al
so climaxed a series of notable con
tributions to the religious ob&erv
ante of the 250th birthday of the
City of Detroit. Among those
events were a Mass oi Thanksgiv
ing offered in St Anne's Church
July 26 which recalled the first
Mass offered on the Detroit river
shore in 1701 the University of
Detroit's “City of Freedom pag
eant. and the Holy Name Society
convention in October.
In addition to Cardinal Mooney,
other Princes of the Church pres
ent were Their Eminences James
Cardinal McGuigan of Toronto.
Canada: Samuel Cardinal Stritch,
of Chicago Francis Cardinal Spell
man. of New York, and Th« mas
Cardinal Tien, of Peking. China.
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Second Catholic
Priest Gets D.S.C.
HEADQUARTERS. EIGHTH AR
MY. KOREA (NC) The Dis
tinguished Service Cross, the na
tion’s second highest award for ex
traordinary heroism, has been
awarded to the Rev. (Capt.) Emil
J. Kapaun of Wichita. Kans.. Cath
olic chaplain with the Sth Cavalry
Regiment.
The decoration was given to Fa
ther Kapaun for deliberately re
maining behind to tend the wound
ed while the enemy closed in. He
has been reported missing since
the action which took place on the
night of November 1-2. 1950.
Father Kapaun is the second
Catholic priest to whom the D.S.C.
has been awarded during the Kore
an war. The first was Father Her
man G. Felhoelter. O.F.M of Cin
cinnati. to whom the award was
made posthumously. He died
Korea on July 16. 1950.
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