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COSHOCTON Two local cou- IBllClIl pies were married recently in Sa cred Heart church. On Saturday, June 7, Miss Gertrude Allman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo All man, of Coshocton, and Robert Lin dell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lindell, of Newcomerstown, took their wedding vows during a Nup tial High Mass. Friday, June 6, saw the wedding of Miss Cornelia Ramsey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Ramsey, Shawnee, Oklahoma, and Cpl. Rog er Bordenkircher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bordenkircher, of Coshocton. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Kerrigan married both cou ples. -----------------o----------------1949, It pays to use ths Timos classifieds. rnrr Delivery and Mailing KEE Beautiful Gift Wrapping For A Beautiful SELECTION OF GIFTS and COURTEOUS SERVICE Helen Brehm, Owner GIFT SHOP U71 Grandview Ave. KI. *773 C: .tnmcr Parking in Rear HOLY ROSARY PARISH MIESSE Prescription Pharmacy We consistently stock the latest drugs 1«M E. 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At present, there is only one Catholic Minister in all the State governments of India—A. J. John, Chief Minister of Travancore-Co chin, South India. Another Catholic Minister, J. L. P. Roche Victoria of Madras, was not included in the new Cabinet of that State. Mr. Roche’s exclusion from the Cabinet has caused discontent in Catholic circles. He was Food Min ister of Madras for three years, and was reelected to the state leg islative assembly in the general election Expert Says Vital To Futur WASHINGTON (NC) Ger many’s hopes for a brighter future and more stable economy are pin ned largely on the success of mi gration plans being mapped for the overpopulated nation. This observation w'as made by Dr. Paul Frings, young German au thor and immigration specialist, who came here to witness proceed ings of the third session of the Provisional Intergovernmental Committee for Movement of Mi grants from Europe (PICMME). Dr. Frings is a nephew of Germany’s celebrated Prince of the Church, His Eminence Josef Cardinal Frings, Archbishop of Cologne. Representatives of 19 nations gathered for the PICMME meeting, sponsored by the United States in the State Department’s Interna tional Conference Suite, near the White House. Dr. Frings has accepted a posi tion on the PICMME staff at head quarters in Geneva, Switzerland. He will specialize in liaison work between PICMME and the volun teer welfare organizations, includ ing National Catholic Welfare Con ference War Relief Services, en gaged in the gigantic plan of mov ing some 750.000 persons a year for the next five years from among western Europe’s surplus popula tion to underdeveloped areas of democratic nations. CUSTOM BUILT Venetian Blinds For Used Cars or Trucks contact BERNARD O'DOWD, 1352 W 5th KI 6882 JOE TOEPFNER, INC. 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The government assigned 800 cruteiros ($40) monthly to each of these nuns. igration Plan e Of Germany Germany’s problem is magnified by some 8,000,000 expellees of Ger man descent, forced from their homes in communist-dominated countries of central and eastern Europe, solely because of their an cestry, in the wake of World War II. and forced into already over crowded, shrunken Germany. Ger many’s surplus population also is swollen by displaced persons and the daily-mounting escapees from the Red-ruled iron curtain coun tries. The United States DP law took cognizance of Germany’s plight and specified that some 52,000 ex pellees who qualify could be ad mitted to this country. The DP pro gram now is in its last stage and PICMME was formed to take up where it and IRQ, which closed down earlier this year, left off. Dr. Frings pointed out that some 60 per cent of the refugees in Ger many are Catholics. He praised highly the work of War Relief Ser vices-N.C.W.C. in helping to care for Germany’s army of refugees and its efforts to seek new homes for the unfortunates. The western German republic is represented in the PICMME organ ization, Dr. Frings pointed out. Dr. Frings has engaged in im migration work since war’s end in 1945, serving with Caritas-Verband in Bremen as liaison officer, and later in a similar capacity for Ger many’s Catholic relief and welfare organization. He is the author of “The Inter national Refugee Problem,” a work published in German in Novem ber, 1951. Msgr. Edward E. Swan strom, WRS-N.C.W.C. executive di rector, is seeking to have it pub lished in English in this country. o----------------Diocesan Award Winners Public, private and parochial high schools throughout the Unit ed States competed in the na tional teen-age essay contest sponsored by the Christophers, on the subject: “Why and How a Teen-Ager Should Prepare for a Career That Counts." First prize of $500 went to Edward Welsh, 16, left, of Loyola High School, Los Angeles second prizes o( $200 went to Andreana J. D' More, 14 (right) of Immaculate High School, Chicago, and to Josephine Potvin, 18, (not pic tured) of St. Mary High School, Alburquerque, N. M. (NC Photos) AND They DO FIT! In Colors and Materials You'll Want— Taupe and Nylon Mesh White Suede and Nylon Mesh All White Leather And the Price Is Right SQ.»5 THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JUNE Columbus Girl Gets Georgetown Degree Valeria Enright, 25 (inset), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Enright, 1120 Jaeger St., was among seven young women receiving M.D. degrees at Georgetown University's 153rd annual commence ment. Miss Enright did her pre-medical work at Ohio State Uni versity. Pictured above, the new women doctors, left to right, are: Gloria L. Faretra, Concord, N.H., Ann S. Howard, Rumford, Me., Marie C. Kernan Summit, N.J., Miss Enright, Jean E. Farrell, Stam ford, Conn., Jean H. Horri^^n, Arlington, Mass., Theresa V. DeSimone, Richmond Hill, N. Y. (NC Photo) Of Interest To Women Bv Our Correspondents The Women’s Club and Parish Council of Catholic Women of St. Agatha’s Church, Columbus, recent ly held its annual Spring luncheon and installation of officers at the Brookside Country Club. Elected to PCCW posts were Mrs. Paul Schwarz, president, and Mrs Leo Chase, vice-president. Mrs. Arthur Wiles will be presi dent of the Women’s Club with Mrs. Eugene Coyle as vice-presi dent. Officers serving both organiza tions are Mrs. Charles Freil, re cording secretary Mrs. Joseph Uebbing, corresponding secretary, and Mrs. Norman Rothermich. treasurer. The PCCW of St. Mary's Church. Columbus, held its fi nal meeting of the season last night in the school basement. The Rev. Omar Schroeder was the main speaker at the meeting which was followed by a social hour. The first of a series of monthly card parties will be held Wednes day at 8 p.m. in the school build ing of Holy Cross parish. Colum bus. The parties will be sponsored by the Altar and Rosary Society of the Church with proceeds going to the purchase of new altar linens. The public is invited. New officers of the society are: Mrs. Anna Rowe, president Mrs. Anna Emrich, vice-president: Mrs. Hellen Cole, treasurer and Mrs. Lee Doyle, secretary. The Rev. George Foley, pastor of Our Lady of Peace Church, Columbus, has announced that the annual summer festival will be held Aug. 2 from 1 p.m. to midnight. Theme of the festival will be quality merchandise with a roast beef dinner being served from 4 to 8 p.m. The PCCW of Holy Rosary Church, Columbus, elected its an nual slate of officers at a meeting Tuesday evening in the school hall. Other features of the evening were a talk by Miss Mary Boland, chairman of religious ac tivities, and a social hour. This was the last meeting of the season for the group. PLAINFIELD Final meeting of the season of the Spalding Club of Plainfield was held re cently at the home of Mrs. Ber nard Weaver. Mrs. Mabyl Young, just back from Riviera Beach, Florida, entertained with a se lection of Poems. NEW PHILADELPHIA New officers of the Blessed Virgin Mary Sodality of Sacred Heart Church, New Philadelphia, are Miss Rita Yoris, prefect Miss Martha Cenci, vice-prefect and Miss Marie Rob erts, secretary-treasurer. The group will continue to meet on Monday evenings during the summer The Sodality Study Club of the parish will meet Tuesday evening at the home of Elsie Cenci The Rosary and Altar Society and the PCCW of Corpus Christi Church, Columbus, recently held an all-day rummage sale at 340 S. Fourth street. Mrs. Clarence Miller was chairman and Mrs. Harry French, co-chairman. The annual lawn fete and festi val sponsored by St. Christopher iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii YES! Beautiful? SIZES AVAILABLE AT RICHEY BROS. Sizes: 3 to II RITCHEY BROS 200 E. STATE ST. 1374 GRANDVIEW AVE. AAAAAA .... to 19 AAAAA ..........S to 12 AAAA ...............5 to 12 AAA .................4 to 12 AA Widths: AAAA to .. 3 to 12 ,. 3 to 12 12 U ZEE (HIIIIIIIII^HOES FOR EVERY MEMBER OF THE FAMILYimiimill Church. Columbus, was held las’ Friday and Saturday nights. Mrs! Fred Masse was general chairman! assisted by Mr. Thomas Schwan. I Newly elected officers of the PCCW of St. Francis church, Co lumbus, will be installed Wed nesday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. This will be the fi nal meeting of the season for the group. Mrs. Alexander J. Glockner, president of the Central Dean ery. will install the following women: Mrs. N. D. Gallagw, president Miss Helen Coady, first vice-president: Mrs. F. C. Jaquay, second vice-president Mrs. Alfred Dean, secretary and Mrs. Nell McFarland, treasurer. The Rev. P. G. Corbett, O.P., will be guest speaker. Refresh ments will be served. “Widening the Avenues of Chris tian Charity” will be the theme of the third quarterly meeting of the Central Deanery Sunday at Canal Winchester High School. Hostess es will include the Parish Councils of St. Mary, Groveport: St. Paul. Westerville, and Sts. Simon and Jude, West Jefferson. Speakers will include the Rev. William Kappes, Diocesan director of the Catholic Welfare Bureau and Diocesan consultant of the Catholic Charities Committee Sis ter Roseanne, O.P., of Our Lady of Mercy, Granville Miss Lucille Mc Grath. Holy Rosary Church. Colum bus, and president of the Catholic Big Sisters Mrs. Albert Wolf, Cor pus Christi parish, Columbus Miss Kathleen Smith, St. John the Evan gelist Church, Columbus and Miss Joyce Lawler, recipient of the DCCW scholarship to Catholic uni versity. o---------------- Missionary Visits Here The Rev. C. J. Hodapp S.V.D., Provincial of the Order of the Di vine Word, was a visitor in Colum bus recently. Fr. Hodapp is station ed at the Catholic Mission Adoa giri-Nsawam, Gold Coast, Africa. where Cleanliness is NEXT TO GOOODNF .S finest In CANDIES end PASTRIES Family Style Restaurant 201 S. High AD. 5647 Open Every Day TUI Midnite 2 0, 1 9 5 2____________ Family Planners Rebuked In India MA I) URALS, India—(NC)—A reso lution condemning birth control, and requesting the Indian govern ment not to adopt any measure which would extinguish the ma ternal instinct in women, has been passed by the Women’s Catholic Action Society here. The resolution was sent to Rajendra Prasad. India’s President, and Prime Minister Jewaharlal Nehru. The protect camp I Sunday, June 29. has been chos en as Alumnae Day by the College of St. Mary of the Springs, Co lumbus, with the class of ’42 re ceiving special honors. Events include a luncheon at 12:30 p.m.. business meeting and election of officers at 2, and Benediction at 4. General chairman of the event Is Miss Ruth Cull. Assisting her are the past presidents of the Alumnae now living in Colum bus who are serving on the fol lowing committees: Arrange ments—Miss Anna Marie Mc Namara. Miss Mary Martha Sliter. Mrs. Joseph Cavanaugh Flowers —Mrs. John Kochensparger Reg istration—Mrs. Leo Chase and Miss Marcella Weilbacher 1942 Class—Mrs. Richard Feth: Tea— Mrs. John Donley Invitations— Mrs. Tom Keys Luncheon—Mrs. Joseph Brosmer and Mrs. An thony Schilling and Reserva tions—Mrs. Louis Simpson. The Rev. John E. Byrne, C.P.P.S., pastor of St. James the Less Church, Columbus, has appointed Mrg. Guido Fontanarosa to serve as general chairman of the sixth annual festival to be held on the school grounds Wednesday eve ning. Other committee heads are: Mrs. Alex McIntosh, Mrs. Fred Richards. Mrs. Joseph Camerata, Mrs. Ste phen Kelly. Mrs. Joseph McGov ern. Mrs. Perry Evans. Mr. William Kohn, Mr. Charles Marzetti, Mr. Fred Shackleton, Mr. Leroy Sutt ner, and Mrs. John T. McNerney. Miss Blanche Magher, chair man of religious activities for the Central Deanery DCCW. was a delegate to the eighth annual congress of the National Lay woman’s Retreat Movement re cently held in Pittsburgh. nu* a hark ground of increased activity in this country for a nation-wide, govern ment-supported program of family limitation. The India government ha^ al ready taken steps to limit families. Doctors in government hospitals have been instructed to suggest sterilization to women just after the birth of a second or third child. 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