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The annual spaghetti dinner
sponsored by the Altar-Rosary
Society of St. Ladislaus church,
Columbus, will be held Sunday
(Sept. 28) in the school hail at
277 Reeb avenu^. Price is $1
for adults and 50c for children
with dinner being served from
11 a.m. until 9 p.m.
A feature of the affair will be
the presence of baby sitters to
care for children while parents
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will be available for those wish
ing to take spaghetti home.
Dinner chairman is Mfc. Al
bert Macioci, co-chairman is Mrs.
John Kusich. and Mrs. William
Ellis and Mrs. Warren Marshall
will be in charge of tables.
Hostesses will be Mrs. Pauline
McCoy, Mrs. George Tanner,
Mrs. Sam Skunza, Mrs. Mary
Yoli, Mrs. Julia Lulley. Mrs.
John DeForney. Mrs. Ray Ja
gerski. Mrs. J. Beck, Mrs. Hritz
and Mrs. Carboni.
OTWAY—Members ot Our Lady
of Lourdes church, Otway, O„ are
attempting to build up a Catholic
library for parishioners. Any do
nation of Catholic literature would
be appreciated. They should be
sent to: Our Lady of Lourdes
church. Otway, Ohio, att. Mary
Teresa Comer.
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NEWARK—Members of Bless
ed Sacrament parish, Newark,
will recite the Rosary for 24
hours except for the three
scheduled Masses—Sunday, Oct.
5, in the church.
The Rev. Dominic Rossi, P.I.M.E.,
superior of the first seminary of
the Pontifical Foreign Missionary
Institute of Ss. Peter and Paul to
be established in this country, will
be the main speaker at the Tues
day, Sept. 30 meeting of the Altar
Rosary Society of Immaculate Con
ception parish, Columbus.
Father Rossi, who will speak on
his mission experiences in Africa.
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will be introduced by Msgr John
Fagan, pastor. The new semi
nary of which Father Rossi is su
perior is located at 324 E North
Broadway, near Immaculate Con
ception church.
New officers of the Altar Rotary
Society who will he introduced at
the meeting include Mrs, Joseph
Eel, president Mrs Louis Higgins,
vice-president Mrs. Robert Allan,
secretary Mrs. Howard Kenny,
treasurer and Miss Lucy Ambor
ski. parliamentarian.
Other officers are Mrs. T. J.
Flood, chairman of international
relations Mrs. Annie Zubel, char
ities Mrs. William Hoffman, re
ligious activities Mrs. Thomas
Fitzpatrick, social action and
Mrs. Robert Ferris, PTA,
Mrs. Paul Morrill and Mrs. Ce
cil Teichert will serve as co-chair
men in charge of the social pro
gram. They will be assis'ed by the
following hostesses:
Mrs. Paul Ertel, Mrs. Louis Hig
gins, Mrs. H. G. Hughes, Mrs. Par
is Fracasso, Mrs. Edward Carroll,
Dorothea Greene, Mrs. D. J. Mohn,
Mrs. W. F. Drake, Mrs. Walter Ball,
Mrs. Charles Gilbert, Mrs. James
Toole, Mrs. John McDevitt, Mrs.
Charles McGreevy.
Mrs. Marie Stephens, Mrs. D.
Mahanna, Mrs. Robert Canary,
Mrs. Clara Beckstedt, Alice Blu
baugh, Mrs. Stephen Faherty, Mrs.
James Ryan, Elizabeth Ryan, Joan
Kreber, Mrs. Raymond Kreber,
Mrs. Margaret McCormick, Mrs. A.
Langer, Mrs. Charles O’Neil, Mrs.
L. T. Purcell, Mrs. Paul O’Dea.
Mrs. Laurena Gutmann, Mrs. S. L.
Eisel and Mrs. J. A. Burk.
The St. Francis Romana Soci
ety. Columbus, will hold its an
nual pot luck dinner Wednesday,
Oct. 1. at the auditorium at 581
S. High street at 6:30 p.m. The
regular October business meet
ing will follow the dinner and
the monthly attendance prize
will be awarded.
A program of games will con
clude the activities. Ail mem
bers are urged to attend.
LANCASTER Mildred Etyll.
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Etyll, 424 N. High street, Lancas
ter, entered St. Mary of the Springs
Novitiate, Columbus, recently.
The PCCW of St. Christopher
church, Columbus, will hold its
annual fall rummage sale today
and tomorrow1 (Sept. 26 and 27)
at 340 S. 4th street. Mrs. H. W.
Kriek is chairman and Mrs. Hen
ry Kulp, co-chairman.
PORTSMOUTH Mrs. Mary
Torchiano was installed as pres
ident of the PCCW of St. Mary’s
parish. Portsmouth, at the sea
son s first meeting held recently
in the school hail.
Also installed were: Mrs. Charles
Dettwiller, vice-president Mrs.
James Beaver, secretary and Mrs.
Robert Ladd, treasurer.
The Rosary-Altar Society of St.
Leo's parish, Columbus, will hold
its first fall meeting next Tues
day (Sept. 30) at 8 p. m. The
Society will receive Holy Com
mirmon in a body at the 7 a. m.
Maas Sunday.
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Roadside Shrine For Peace
CROWLEY, La—(NC)—A road
aide shrine to Our Lady of Fatima
has been erected near here on
Highway 90 as a reminder to pass
ers-by to pray for peace. It was
erected by members of St. Mich
ael’s Study Club at a cost of $1800.
oei land given by Mr. and Mrs.
I Peter Dorr.
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IT PAYS TO USE THE
"FEMES CLASSIFIED ADS.
He described this "new moral
ity” as "an insidious cancer in
society because it cannot be read
ily detected by its victims, some of
whom are among the elect, who
recent being told that they have
the disease.”
Church and Country
"But.” Bishop Doutherty said,
"you can concentrate the
forces of your organization for the
welfare of our Church and coun
try and with the good example
which you will give in our own na
tion you can offer yourselves to
the people thfoughout the world
... as examples of what women
united in doing God's Will can ac
complish to rectify the disorders
caused by man’s failure to obey
God’s Law.”
The Bishop spoke at the opening
Solemn Pontifical Mass in St. James
Cathedral. Archbishop Thomas
A. Connolly of Seattle was the cele
brant.
Msgr. Howard J. Carroll, general
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1 1952
Catholic Writer Is Guest
Sponsored by the State Department, under its Inter-American
Leaders' Program, Dr. Isabel Robalino is on a three-month tour of the
U. S. studying social action. Dr. Robalino, who is correspondent in Ec
uador for Noticias Catolicas, the Spanish-language edition of the
N.C.W.C. News Service, holds the post of Principal of the School of
Social Service in Quito, Ecuador, and director of the Catholic Uni
versity Students' Confederation of Latin America. She is shown here
With Jaime Forseca-Mora, editor of Noticias Catolicas, at the N.C.W.C.
News Service headquarters in Washington, D. C. (NC Photos)
‘Utter God’s Cry Of Protest,’
Prelate Tells Catholic Women
26lh Nat'! Convention Of 1XCCW Open* At Seattle
1600 Delegates Represent 700 Groups
SEATTLE (NC) It is your
u'ork "to utter God’s cry of pro
test” or "word of support.’' Arch
bishop Richard J. Cushing told the
26* national convention of the
National Council of Catholic Wom
en here.
"The neavens do not split in or
der that God may cry out against
graft, special privilege, protected
crime or evil political philosophies,
all these violations of God's will,”
the Archbishop said.
"It is your work to utter God’s
cry of protest. It is your work to
speak up as God would will when
there is need of support for virtue,
sanity and good order.”
Archbishop Cushing gave the
keynote address as conventions ses
sions got into full swing for more
than 1.600 delegates. 800 of them
from out of town More than 700
NCCW affiliated organizations
were represented. Theme of the
convention was "God’s Will: Our
Work.”
In another opening address of
the five-day convention Bishop
Joseph P. Dougherty of Yakima
told the delegates “you are the liv
ing antidote to the poison of the
new secularist subjectivism.’
secretary of the National Catholic
Welfare Conference, warned of the
efforts of religious indifferentism.
which he said strikes at women
themselves and at institutions
"very close and dear to them,”
marriage and the school.
“It threatens to destroy what only
a truly Christian culture has given
them—a firm basis for their great
personal dignity and the enjoy
ment of the rights that are its
properties,” the N.C.W.C. official
declared.
Margaret Mealey, reporting as
NCCW executive secretary, said
the number of NCCW affiliates—
7.211—represents a growth of over
100 per cent in ten years. Eighty
four of the Nation's 132 dioceses
are affiliated with the national
council,
"Nineteen of the great national
organizations of Catholic women
are united in this federation—nine
state organizations and 7.183 par
ish organizations,” she said, rep
resenting more than seven million
Catholic women.
Forum Workshop
At New Lexington
NEW LEXINGTON St. Aloy
sios Academy, New Lexington, will
be the site Sunday (Sept. 28) of
an open forum workshop sponsor
sored by the Eastern Deanery,
Diocesan Council of Catholic Wo
men.
The meeting will begin at 3 p.
m. and will close with Benediction
Mrs. C. H. Glover
of the Blessed Sacrament. A din
ner served at the Academy will cli
max the program.
Mrs. Henry Hayes, Columbus,
diocesan chairman of the DCCW,
and Mrs. C. H. Glover, New Lex
ington, Eastern Deanery chairman
of the Parent-Teachers Association
will serve as co-chairmen for the
affair.
The meeting is open to members
of the clergy and Sisters of the
Deanery, and chairmen and offic
ers of the PTA’S.
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The Rev. Frank Riehl, pastor,
was the featured speaker at the
first fall meeting of the PTA of
St. Ladislaus church, Columbus,
held recently in the school hall.
The following officers were in
stalled: Mrs Harold Hirschman,
president, Mrs. Frank MacDonald,
vice-president .Mrs Floyd Ger
ling. secretary and Mr^ Margai
et Brooks, treasurer.
Committee Chairmen named
were .Mrs Paul Kelley activities
Mrs Michael Yandrich program
Mrs. Sam Skunza. social Mrs.
Charles Erdoc* publicity: Mrs.
Warren Marshall and Mr1- Edward
Maloney, refreshments Mrs Don
aid Ruh membership Mrs Joseph
Eramo, room mothers and Mrs
Helen Skobrak, apron
Neu room mother1- are Mrs John
Skunza Mrs Pat Cenci. first grade
Mrs. Bernard Earner. Mrs. Ray
Pahl, second grade Mrs. Joseph
Persichetti, Mrs. Michael Kerkus.
third grade Mrs. George Bush,
Mrs. George Skurlock, fourth
grade Mrs. Helen Skobrak, Mrs.
Joseph Eramo, fifth grade Mrs.
Louise Durst. Mrs. Charles Fra
ley, sixth grade Mrs. Catherine
Fry. Mrs. James Bricker, seventh
grade Mrs. Albert Santo, Mrs.
James Evans, eighth grade and
Mrs. Distelweig and Mrs Warden,
kindergarten.
Five Son* See Father
Ordained A« A Priest
PARIS—(NC) In the presence
of his five sons, their wives and
children, a Cistercian monk has
been ordained a priest at the ab
bey at Laval. The new priest. Fath
er Paschal, served for 40 years as
a teacher in French Catholic
schools before entering religion.
His name was then Pierre Meno
chet. One of his former pupils, who
became a priest, assisted Bishop
Maurice Rousseau of Laval at the
ordination.
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Filipino Health
Head Opposes
Birth Control
MANILA (NC) Dr. Juan C.
Salcedo. Secretary of Health in the
Philippine government, went i
record here as being sharply op
posed both to birth cohtri 1 and to
the theory that artificial family
limitation is the only remedy to
the problem of overpopulation.
Secretary Salcedo’s remarks dur
ing a press conference were direct
ed against a recent article publish
ed in Manila by the Survey Divi
sion Chief of the Philippine Coun
cil for United States Aid (PHIL
CVSA) The article contended that
the Philippines face the threat of
mass starvation due to the current
rapid population growth It said
the only way to meet the threat
was by birth control and greater
food imports from abroad.
Birth control is unnatural and is
no solution to population increase
problems. Secretary Salcedo de
clared Speaking in his capacity as
president of the World Health Or
ganization. he said that the Philip
pines would "unalterably oppose
birth control if presented at WHO
meetings in regard to solving over
population problems
Land Is Fruitful
Secretary Salcedo said that “with
the proper agricultural and eco
nomic developments, the Philip
pines can easily support 45.000.000
people.” He pointed to a survey
completed in July, 1951. It showed
that the Philippines have over 40
million acres of arable land, only a
little over eight million of which
are cultivated
Previously, Secretary Salcedo
had issued a stern warning to all
physicians in his department that
anyone found practicing abortion
would face immediate criminal act
ion and would also have to face de
partment charges.______
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MARION Plans for the year
were tentatively outlined and
commutes named by Bernard C.
Maloney, president, at the first
meeting of the PTA of St Mary’s
parish. Marion, held recently at
Moira Hall.
Features of th*e evening were
short talks by Sister Francis
Regina, principal, and the Rev.
William J. Spickerman. pastor.
Afterwards, the parents were
greeted by the Sisters in the
various home rooms of the
school.
Other officers of the organi
zation are Mrs. Edward Byrnes,
vice-president Mrs. Jerome
Brown, secretary. Gene Gunder.
treasurer Don Lieb, auditor
and Mrs. Frank Murphy, jr.. his
torian
Committee chairmen include
the following: Dr. John A. Mc
Namara. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coch
ran, Theodore Frericks, Joseph
Casey. Mrs. Charles Osterholt.
Mrs. John Kelly, Nelson Irvin.
Mrs. Herman Ammann.
Mrs. Robert Vance. Mrs. Har
old Shigley. Delmas Moore, Mrs.
John Messenger. Mr. and Mrs.
H. A. Hertenstein, Henry Kng
baum. Mrs. Philip Brown. Mrs.
Walter Kraft and John Ryan
PORTMOUTH The new assist
ant pastor, the Rex. John Tague,
and the new grade school princi
pal. Sister Gabriella, were intro
duced by the Rev. J. C. Klinec.
pastor, at a recent meeting of the
PTA of St. Mary’s parish. Ports
mouth.
Main business at the organiza
tional meeting was the naming uf
home room mothers and the ap
pointment of various committee
members.
New home room mothers are:
Mrs. John Brown. 1st grade Mrs.
Walker Warner. 2nd grade Mrs.
Edward Sommer. 3rd grade Mrs.
John Rudity. 4th grade: Mrs.
Charles Dettwiller. 5th grade Mrs.
Forrest Corriell, 6th grade Mrs
Joseph Foster. 7th grade and Mrs
Renato Pasquinelli. 8th grade.
Named to committees were: Mrs.
Edward Davis. Dr and Mrs Wa!
ter Herrman. Sister Gabriella. Sis
ter Loretta. Mrs Herman Balser.
Mrs. Robert Mitchell. Mrs. George
Russell, Mrs Fred Spencer. Mrs
Mary Torchaino. Mrs. Frank Hock.
Mrs. Wilfred Albrecht and J. Juli
an Snyder.
Other persons making short
speeches at the meeting included
J. Vincent Orlett. Mrs Herman
Balser and Gerald Ro«s Paul Haff
president of the local PTA. an
nounced that the husbands of the
home room mothers would serve
on the refreshment committee for
the next meeting
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parish. Columbus, has slated a
welcome tea for Thursday, Oct.
2 at 1:30 p.m. at the school au
ditorium. 2855 E. Livingston ave
nue. Co-chairmen Mrs. H. R. Bu
chanan and Mrs. Albert Fleisch
er have extended an invitation
to all new and present members.
A business meeting will fol
low the tea, for which the 7th
and 8th grade mothers will be
hostesses. Officers for the pres
ent school year are
Mrs. Therm? Miller, president
Mrs. John Pfahl. vice-president
Mrs. Raymond Howard, secre
tary Mrs. Delmer Lehman,
treasurer and Mrs. Michael Ro
tonda, historian.
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