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MURRAY imln.cw.cw*** A 6 *GI?T iyt’ i&blGUtS Kochheiser Hardware DELIGHTFUL boo YEARS-OLD FRESCO HM STAB3ONDI0 CHURCH,COMO, ITALY SHOWS THE MAGI ASLEEP IN BED-COMPLETE WITH CROWNS-ANO BEING AWAKENED BY AN W I •II Buyers' Circleville ANGEL Holy "HuDTH o[ GlAstbnkjru England,wkicIt according fo legend sprang from the staff of St Joseph, of- Ai imatkea traditionally hursts info life] on Chiistmas Eve-as in 1950 M.nd Ldades,berries, buds anal blossom appeal-on its bouxjkJ Guide THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK ‘‘Where Service Predominate*** 107 W. Main St. Phon. 62 Circleville ISALY'S Circleville, Ohio --.... -....... ...... _________________________ GOELLER'S PAINT STORE 219 E. Main Circlavilla HEADLINES IN HEAVEN! The headlines of earth’s newspapers are very terrifying—war, mur der, crime. But they art not the headlines of heaven. And you can make those headlines by your kindness to the poor. Today we begin our appeal for help in building our second Shrine Chapel of OUR LADY OF FATIMA in our Near East Missions. It will take a long time to raise the sum we need, but you will have a headline in heaven for the mite you give. Remember that Our Lady promised at Fatima that •ven Russia would be converted, if we really prayed. Give a mite, and when you write, ask for “HEADLINES IN HEAVEN,” our latest pam phlet. Our Lady, bless you! .c° DO YOU KNOW ABOUT THE GREGORIAN MASSES. OFFERED FOR THIRTY DAYS FOR A LOVED ONE DECEASED? WRITE FOR OUR DESCRIPTIVE LEAFLET. MASS OFFERINGS SUPPORT POOR MISSIONARIES. BEDEWED Our souls are chalices bedewed with the Precious Blood through the Sacraments. Can you Rive fifty dollars for a special chalice to be used by a needy Near East mission ary priest in one of our poorest •hapels? ADORNED Although it costs nearly a thou sand dollars to furnish a mission chapel you can give the ciborium, holding the communion hosts, and the pyx, used in sick calls, for $55. These are beautiful Eucharistic gifts. MONSIGNOR JOHN KIRK. AMERICAN PRIEST, FORMERLY WITH THE POPE’S REPRESENTATIVE IN ROMANIA, BEHIND THE IRON CURTAIN, NOW HEADS THE HOLY FATHER’S REFUGEE MISSION FOR ROMANIAN EXILES IN SPAIN HE BEGS FOR OUR HELP. CAN YOU SEND HIM A STRINGLESS GIFT THROUGH US. THESE HOMELESS PEOPLE WILL BLESS YOU. SHALL WE LEAVE THEM SO? WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE NAME? THERE MAY BE A SEMIN ARIAN OR A NOVICE IN THE NEAR EAST BY THAT NAME. WHY NOT ADOPT HIM OR HER? IT COSTS $600 TO TRAIN A PRIEST. $300 TO TRAIN A NEAR EAST SISTER. YOU CAN DO MUCH BY A MITE. WHERE ARE THEY? Near East mission countries are Eastern Europe, Southern Italy, Greece, Turkey, Iran, Iraq. Leb anon. Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Egypt, Eritrea, Ethiopia, and the West Coast of India. A dollar for the missions brings you “SILVER THREADS”, telling you our task. (i/Uear tasu (DissionsA Frwncit Cordinal tpellmon, Pratidant M*0 Thwmw* J. McMahan, Natl Jec'ty Very Raw. Andrew lagoth Magr. Joseph f. Connolly Rev. Wm. Koller Dunn Send all aemmunieofient to: Catholic ‘Dear Last Welfare Awociadoa 4*0 UxMffton A«e. a* 46th St. New York 17, N. V. nishings. For another we need $200. We are sure you will not W'ant to see God’s house unfinished. Won’t you please help us? POOR PALESTINE On and on we go, amid the mis ery of Palestine's sufferers. We must support our poor Sisters and priests. We must send food pack ages, costing $10, to many hungry mouths. We must school thou sands of children. Can you give us that precious stringless gift for these poor exiles? Swiss Bishop, 81, Dies FRIBOURG, Switzerland (NC) Bishop Hilarin Felder, O.F.M. Cap., one of the most distinguished re ligious leaders of Switzerland and known for his writings, has died here at- the age of 84. He was a native of the canton of Lucerne and was ordained in 1890. -------------------o------------------ Broadcast Catholic Rites WASHINGTON (NC) Christ mas services at Nazareth were broadcast by the official Israeli radio station. yic Israeli Embassy here reported. Special food ra tions were distributed to Christian communities in Israel for the Christmas feast, it was also an nounced. For High Class Baked Goods Call Clark's Bakery Inc WA. 3117 OR SUB 1350 N. HIGH ST. Courteous Service ADams 5747 HARRIS, OPTICIANS 106 East Broad St. COLUMBUS. OHIO HOT FUME SUNDAE Italy's SEILLERsI Ginger Morcan wrlrome* her friend* k A and customer* GINGER'S* ALTHEN BEAUTY SALON k Permanent* S' to 82# ^255 W. Broad St. RA. 3133k SCHMELZER'S $ The fifth and sixth grade pupils of St. Dominic's Parish school, Co lumbus, are shown singing in praise of the newborn Christ Child 3171 W. E “For food ALL THE MIXED A^JD Prelate’s Masses In Yugoslav Village Attract Hundreds LONDON, (NC)—An overflow congregation flocked to the parish church of Krasic, Yugoslavia, to attend the Midnight Mass offered up by Archbishop Aloysius Step inac on Christmas morning. Hundreds came trom the sur rounding area to completely fill the parish church and to stand reverently outside as the Arch bishop of Zagreb began the first of three Masses he offered up in the church of his native village on Christmas Day. The prelate was recently “conditionally released" from Lepoglava prison by the Red regime, after serving more than five years of a 16-year sen tence. A condition of his release, the Red authorities said, was that he cannot leave his native village without permission from the re gime. Archbishop Stepinac. it was also stated, personally wrote out a brief expression of his “cordial thanks” for all the messages of good will received from Catholics in Amer ica. The Archbishop said that, for Christmas and the New Year, he re-echoed for these well-wishers the message of peace which the angels sang in the skies over Bethlehem on the first Christmas. -------------------o------------------ Makes l*t Radio Broadcast ZANESVILLE The Rosecrans High Schoo] Glee Club has made its radio debut on station WHIZ. The Glee Club broadcast Christ mas carols hy tape recording on Christmas day. A group of Carolers from the school also sang in a hos pital, county homes and other places. The Hammond Organ Preducas mast* af eathadral quality la eherehaa of any aiia. O 13.000 •afay tha a a a I mail* ef th* Hammond Oryan. ol Wrtt* ar Call far Demanttratiea 114 BROAD ST. MA. 41 Mau D*at*a Chiuie* Call RAY SCHOLL for COAL High Grade Coal Priced Right GA. 3504 805 Woodrow GA. 2787 "PLEASED TO HEAT YOU” HILLTOP ,HX,S Schmelzer’s Shade Co. Venetian & Cloth Blind* Mad# to Order Full line Travis & Curtain Rods 2283 W. Br«*d St.. V 7211 RA. 1143 RA. 1144 Philip McDonald & Sayre Lumber & Coal Co. N. Eureka Are. and Penna. R. R. BEER & WINE CARRY OUT HETTINGERS MARKET 3446 Sullivant RA 0387 MOVING Hilltop Van & Storage Co. STORAGE COLUMBUS, OHIO FL. 1597 RA. 1107 RESTAURANT IROAD ST.. at its best” POPULAR DRINKS Goodyear Tires & Batteries Expert Lubrication BILL SPIRES SHELL SERVICE W. Broad St. at Powell RA. 0125 THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JANUARY 4, 1952 For the Glory of the Christ Child before the Crib in St. Dominic's Church. The choir is under the direc tion of Sister Catherine Alberte of the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth. The Time of Your Life By Father Hafford The Feast of The Week Sunday is the feast of the Epi phany, and of course, you know that the word means the manifesta tion of the Christ Child to the non Jewish world. They say that up to the year 376 the Church used to celebrate the Nativity of our Lord on January 6th, but then the cele bration of Christmas was set for December 25th. There is an ancient tradition that it was on the feast of Epiphany that Christ was baptized at the beginning of his public life. There is a lot of interesting history connected with the major feasts of the year, and it is too bad that we are so busy about many things that we cannot dig into their rich lore better to appreciate them. Slogan If you are looking for a slogan for the new year, why not try “Fif ty-two, a year of blue"? The blue is for Mary, and it really should be a year devoted to her. Right now, I am thinking of the effort we should make in the recitation of her ros ary. If we want to do our part to strengthen the world, to convert it from war to peace, to return the world to sanity, there is no better way than through the recitation of the rosary. It is high time that we put the Fatima requests of our Lady into practice. It is going to be Mary’s blue or the blue of gun smoke. It is up to you. Flying Corks From Th* Pop Hous* “He hasn’t much personality, hut he sure has domineering dollars.” Lip Service Too many times the words “Lip service” do not mean anything true, serviceable, or bright but they reMly mean a lot if you think about them in the right way. One of the best ways your lips can be of serv ice to you is to part them in a smile. You don’t have to be a dent al delight, for your smile is always brighter than your teeth. There are too many grape-pusses being car ried around, and they have a sure way of souring the atmosphere. Come, come, let’s have some lip service that has cheek to it. Inflation When the poor chap told his wait ress he wanted the dollar dinner, she asked him if he wanted it on wheat or rye. A Sheen Screen There is word going around that your television set may soon have a “Sheen Screen," and you won’t have to add anything to the set. Yup. Bishop Sheen may do a week ly series for Du Mont TV. God must have a share in this wonder ful medium, for truth must be serv ed, and most people like the way Bishop Fulton Sheen serves it. Sugar-Coated It is good to look sharp, feel sharp, and be sharp, but don’t in clude your tongue in ,the picture. Your Account One way to keep your spiritual account ship-shape is to tally your results each night before you sink into sleep. If you examine your con science nightly and actually make up your mind to do a better job with the day you hope God is going to give you on the morrow, you will be living intelligently. Why don’t you try it for the remainder of January and for the rest of your night. When you are not proud of youuself. there is only one who can help you, and that is God. Peace of mind is much better than a hot drink to induce sleep. Decent Disks and Suitable Songs These er* new: PAOLETTI'S RESTAURANT S2 S. 3RD ST. COLUM BL’S Well-known for Good Food end Pleasant Atmoaphere Open a. m. to 3 m. Complete Bar Serviee Cloaed Sunday* BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER Thrt’t Vhy MUliotu Utt It PIANA ANNA (Mercury) Lola Ameche (Victor) The Honky Tonks MY SILENT LOVE (Capitol) Billy May ALABAMA JUBILEE fDecca) Red Foley (Victor) Fontane Sisters 1 TALK THE TREES (Victor) Tony Bravaar I WANNA SAY HELLO (Mercury) Sophie Tucker LOVE. LOVE. LOVE (Capitol) Jan Garber ELEANOR (Victor) Nicola Paane DOWN IN THE VALLEY (Mer cury) Patti Page (Decca) An drews Sisters A PETAL FROM A FADED ROSE (Capitol) Norman Kave HEAVEN DROPPED HER CUR TAIN DOWN (Victor) Freddy Martin If you go for Jack Jenny. Colum bia has just issued some of his best on a ten inch LP in the Golden Era Series. Mentioned before, but repeated for your guidance: JEALOUSY on Columbia, Cap itol. Victor and Mercury: LITTLE WHITE CLOUD THAT CRIED on Capitol and Mercury: SHRIMP BOATS on Columbia, Cap itol, Victor, and MGM SLOW POKE on Victor CHARMAINE on Columbia. Victor, and Capitol and CRY on Decca, Mercury and Cap itol. Advice On Ice You may consider yourself a gay blade and be pleased as puck with yourself, but don't try to play hockey unless your hospital insur ance is paid up. You In Action Perhaps you have an idea that very few persons know you or watch you in action. That is all wrong. We really live right out in the open. Very little we say is said in real secrecy. Little we do is done without observers. Our life is about as private as a fight on a party line. So watch yourself. ADDRESS CITY----- Thought for The Week You may be smart as all get-out, but remember that it took three wise men to find the Christ Child. o------------------Ousted Annual Retreat Slated At St. .Mary’s, Portsmouth The annual retreat at St. Mary’s High School, Portsmouth, will take place Jan. 30 to Feb. 1, under the direction of the Rev. Edwin J. Weber, S.M., it was announced this week. Father Weber, who teaches at the University of Dayton, conducts a weekly Catholic news broadcast ov er a Dayton radio station. He also is director of the Marianist Fath ers’ promotion service. o------------------ Rosecrans High to Hold Retreat January 22*24 ZANESVILLE—The annual re treat for the students of Rosecrans High School has been scheduled for Jan. 22. 23 and 24. The retreat master will be the Rev. Ulrich Thaner, O.S.B., of St. Vincent’s Preparatory School, Lat robe, Pi. Magazines Needed Lieutenant Frank H. Ebner, Catholic Chaplain of Lock bourne Air Force Base, Colum bus. requests the donation of current magazines to stock the reading rooms of the base. Father Ebner will have the cop ies picked up if they are deliv ered to the Catholic harities’ office, 246 E. Town street, Co lumbus. Tours Latin America MARYKNOLL, N.Y., (NC)—Bish op Raymond A. Lane, Superior General of the Maryknoll Fathers, has departed from here for a visi tation tour of Maryknoll missions in central and South America. The trip will take him through Mexico, Guatemala, Panama, Nicaragua, Bolivia, Peru and Chile. This is Bishop Lane’s second visitation of his society’s South American mis sions since he became Superior General in 1946. A. Keller & Son DAIRY DO. 2418 Sale and Pure Milk For Babies YOUNG MEN IS year* of end older are invited to consider Jotamt the CAPUCHIN FRIARS ee ehgioue Loy Brothers. Have you ever thought of etmcecretint your life to God in tha Franeiteen way? Don't fiyht off that trace any tenter! Next entranee date*: Fahruery and Aarnat (. For detail*, fill in the blank below and send to: Fr Jsmes O.F M. Cap., *L Auyu»tine Monastery. 223-37th Street. Pittaburth 1, Pa. (Please print) The times of the 1750's and 60’s gives an entralling tale of smugglers, hidden treasurer, and of the curse of the Black Mox unes. Smuggling was rampant over the south coast of England and the Law was in the hands of Mag istrate Maskew of Moonfleet Man or. a harsh taskmaster. Maskew and orphaned John Trenshard come into conflict af ter John accidentally stumbles up on two secrets From the fateful discoveries in the churchyard at Moonfleet, the story moves with a breathless haste from one dramatic peak to another. There is not one dull paragraph in the entire story! Those who have read and en joyed such masterpieces as Kid napped and Treasure Island have the same treat in store when they read Moonfleet by J. Meade Falk ner. ARL Tomorrow’s Memories by Joseph A. Ayd. Dodd, Mead, and Com pany, New York, 1951. Every young girl at graauation time must make an important de cision—what her future is to be. The joys and storms of her senior year, with its studies, dates, dances, parties and the like, all contribute to this decision. Ruth Sterner is the same as most senior girls: it is only her poise in Tomorrow's Memories which make her story different. Her de cision to become a nun was start ling to some, but to others a sure unfolding of her character. A much needed book such as this, on a too little understood topic, should be read by all. This endearing insight into the childhood of our first president will appear to even the most critical reader. The silhouettes march across the pages in novel Missionary Rev. Merk A. Tennien, of Pitt» ford, Vt. (obovo), 51, Maryknoll missionary in South Chine for the pest 23 yeers, arrived in Hong Kong with this long beerd, fol lowing eleven months in e com munist jeil. The priest will be re membered by meny Americens who heve seen him on television in the film, ''The Mirecle of Blue Cloud County," which nerreted the tremendous conversion move ment launched by Father Ten nien in the Wuchow diocese. NC Photos) Linden Florists Loui* De Santi*. Prop 2140 Denunt La 1331 Hudson Cleaners 2-Hour Service 2301 Cleveland LA 3112 LA 12111 7 AGE ... STATE___________________ Note: Th# Capuchin* have tnonaitenee in Ohio. Pennsylvania West Vir. ttnia, Maryland. MismuH, Kania* and th* District of Celembaia. -------Library Notes------ Smugglers, Sisters, Saints Are Subjects of New Books From the Department of Library Science College of St. Mary of the Springs 1 MAY WE RECOMMEND For Young Adults Moonfleet by J. Meade Falk ner. Little, Brown and Company. Boston, 1951. places, thereby livening the tale. This story will increase any child’s appreciation of American history. MBS Saints tor Home and School, by Thomas Melady. The Bruce Pub lishing Company, Milwaukee, 1949. A must for Junior's or Mary’s New Year list arc these authentic stories of saints, delightfully re lated. Some are in letter form, others in forms of plays, com positions, or stories. It is this var iation in manner which holds in terest. The tales of their child hood are concisely and compre hensively told. The drawings and woodcuts add a little more zest to each page. BAM Watergate, by Herbert Best, illus. by Eric Berry. John C. Win ston Company, Philadelphia, 1951. ARL For The Children George Washington. Boy Lead er. by Augusta Stevenson, illus. by Lawrence Dresser. Bobbs-Mer rill Company, Indianapolis. 1942. Here is the story of the hard and rugged lives led by the Irish immigrants who helped construct the Erie Canal. The principal character. Sean Kildare, orphaned at an early age, leaves the home of his guardian to become a driver boy on the canal. His experiences are those of any boy of his age but they are blended with a touch of maturity. Watergate is a won derful historical novel for Junior readers. BAM BROSMER’S Summit St. near Rudion Our Home-made Chneoiatee are the beet. Buy them in bulk or packed for rifte. Try our Home-made Ice Cream too, you’ll like it. PHYSICIANS’ SUPPLIES W endt-Bristol Co. TBL'SSLS SUPPORTS BELTS EXPERT FITTERS New Fitting Roam* on Fir»t Floor "The Pre*criotton Store of Columbua** We Have It” E. Stale St. 7 2! Mo. Birh SL AD 3148 MA. 3133 WE DELIVER Each Account Insured Up To $10,000 NORTH HIGH SAVING & LOAN CO. 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