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Let a Times Classified dispose of those no-longer-needed-items. WE PAY AND LOAN 4t W. GAY ST. The Hammond Organ Da tboOrol O»er 18.044 MA. *41 114 E RHOAn ST CHEVROLET lour Chovrolot Doaior 555 W. Broad St. FLETCHER IS5S AD. 1915 Delaware S: Service A Repairs for All Makes of Cars U. 1 Royal Tires Bill Austin Buick Delaware Ohio Flowers by Gibson Phone* 2348 2187 Delaware Delaware Milk Phone 311 27 N. Union --------------God Love You------------- Jesus Christ Called Only Perfect Giver And Receiver by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen Ever notice how much dif ference there is between a person in high dignity receiv i n gifts in contrast with persons of a lower rank? A king does not demean i self by the ac ceptance of a present but the common run of men are some what reluctant to receive gifts because it might be an admission of their need. The poor but proud are those who would rath er not accept anything than be humbled in the receiving. What is true of receiving is true of giving gifts. We are so afraid that in giving things away we may compromise ourselves, and give not only the gift but ourselves. The receiver may feel he has a claim on us, or that we are trying to win his favor, and young women for this reason are timid about taking, presents from young men lest the taking create an obligation. Thus human pride affects in some way both our receiving and our giving it affects our receiv ing, lest we appear less than the CUSTOM BUILT Venetian Blinds Uk from the man ufacturer and SAVE. The new ROLL-A HEAD Vene tian blind. All metal from top to bottom. Steel or alum inum slats i your choice of cot ton or plastic tape in colors. INSTAL LED FREE! to distributors Spacial prices and contractor*. COLUMBUS VENETIAN BLIND MFG. CO. 626 Karr St. MAin 6593 MACHINERY Woodworking Metal Working Sheet Metal Working Contractors’ Homecraft Machinery Equipment Full line of Motors. Osborne & Sexton Machinery Co. N. Fourth A Russell Sts. I AAA 5203 COLUMBUS 16. OHIO The hr ms listed here deserve to be remembered when you are distributing your patronage to the different lines of business Rttbinnon-Hanrahan Funeral Directors Cor. Winter A Franklin, Delaware The Peoples Store Delaware BUYING A NEW CAR? We Arrange Financing $4.00 PER HUNDRED PER YEAR No Red Tape No Hidden Charges NEW CARS AND TRUCKS LOWEST INSURANCE RATES The Arthur J. McCann Agency 233 South High Street Columbut, Ohio PR. 44112 other person it affects our giv ing lest he take advantage of us. The only person in the world who could both receive gifts without lowering Himself and give them without embarrassing the receiver was Our Lord. Both when He took loaves from a boy and gave bread to a crowd, His rank was neither reduced nor compromised. We find that when we receive your sacrifices for the Missions, and when we give them to the Holy Father, we never feel em barrassed. It is all done for Our Lord and His Blessed Mother. For that reason we who once hat ed begging now love it. The Ho ly Father said it much better: “Charity to The Society for the Propagation of the Faith surpass es all other charity as the soul surpasses the body, the heavens the earth, and eternity time." full is a Mis they When Christ has taken possession of a soul there spirit of sacrifice for the sions. Others feel that if give they will have less, forget ful that God blesses a hundred fold even the drink of cold wa ter given in His name. Here are some of the sacri fices others are making. GOD LOVE YOU to E.L. who sent the Missions $20 she received as birthday gifts GOD LOVE YOU to M.M. for $8, the price of a sweater she wanted GOD LOVE YOU to K and E.M. who sent the cost of a new lamp ($15) so they could “bring the light of the world to some soul living in the darkness of paganism” GOD LOVE YOU to B.B., 8 years old, for $2 he received for his birthday GOD LOVE YOU to Mrs. F.L., Jr. for a month’s cigarette allowance ($6) to be used for some child in the Mis sions GOD LOVE YOU to R.M.S. who worked overtime in a drugstore to send $2 to the Missions .. GOD LOVE YOU to M.J, for $7.50 he sent to help the poor babies in the Missions by emptying his piggy bank. Do you pray for the 1,100,000. 000 pagans in the world? A World Mission Rosary with each of the 5 decades dedicated in color to the 5 continents would ba a good reminder. At your re quest and a $2 offering to the Missions, we will send you one blessed by me. Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the Moat Reverend Fulton J. Sheen, National Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 East 38th Street, New York 16x, New York or your Diocesan Director, Reverend James Kulp, 248 East Town Street, Columbus, Ohio. Post Office Asks Aid In Breaking Red Extortion Plot WASHINGTON—(NC) Postal officials here have asked all per sons receiving communications from Red China containing anti American or Communist propa granda, or solicitations for money, to communicate promptly with the Post Office inspection service. Extortion type letters have been received in this country by fam dies of American servicemen held a-, prisoners of war in Korea. Cir culars and other publications of fered to supply the families with news about the prisoners if they paid $23 a year. Postal officials said it was diffi cult to trace such mailings with out the help of the public, since the letters come In sealed envel opes. Some of the mailings have been routed through Cxechoslo vakia. Rccrntly the Treasury Depart ment announced it had smashed another extortion racket. In which money was obtained from Chinese in this country who have friends and relatives in China. Torture or death o these persons was threat ened unless the money was sent. CT SAFEST FLACt FOE YOOTI BABY To»n~ YOUR BABY BEST far Hmm ammct WIMR NO M. ARDMOM RD. EV tttmen lltt THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1952 They Need Warm Clothing Dieceses throughout the United States have been asked to con duct another emergency clothing campaign the week of Thanksgiv ing, November 23-30, for the benefit of the refugees in Europe and Asia. Among those noeding warm clothing are these Korean young sters dressed in rags and huddled together for warmth near an Army barracks. Last year's clothing campaign resulted in a total of 7,250,000 pounds of wearable clothing and shoes, shipped overseas by War Relief Services—National Catholic Welfare Conference. (NC Photos) Franciscans Ask For Canonization Of Father Serra MILWAUKEE—(NO--A petition to the Holy See on behalf of can onization of Father Junipero Ser ra, pioneer Franciscan missionary, was adopted as a resolution by the quinquennial congress of the Third Order of St. Francis here. “In these days of materialism, Serra’s example of great and un usual sanctitv would provide the people with inspiration toward a Christ-like life," the resolution said. Advancing his cause would “give glory to God and provide an example of holiness in the sera phic spirit of St Frincis for the whole North American continent and the world,” the congress de clared. In another resolution the con gress urged members “to find their spirit of seraphic charity” and “love of peace," The declaration was released at the Maryknoll headquarters in the United States, of which Bishop Byrne is a member. It stated: “This Sacred Congregation, on the basis of information received, regretfully declares that it must be presumed that His Excellency, the Most Rev. Patrick J. Byrne of ‘Presumed Dead Moat Rev. Patrick Byrne, 64, Apostolic Delegate to Koroa, and Washington born Maryknoll Bishop, must bo ''presumed dead,” the Holy Soe has an nounced on basis of information received by the Secred Congre getion for the Propagation of the Faith The prolate was taken prisoner by the North Korean Reds two and a half years ago and was conaiderod their No. 1 enemy. With 37 other foreign civilian prisoners, he was taken north from Pyongyang In 1950, and when last seen appeared very woak from malnutriton. MONEY TO LEND TO WORTHY HOME SEEKERS Hora yaa deal with an aid financial tn rtitatiwn with anree ST yoara of home fin aaaina aaportenaa. I-at ea aaatat yea with wRAIWeADw HOu Q, SYS" AD. M10 AO. 6342 N. German Catholics Protest To U. N. Against Bulgaria BONN, Germany—(NC) Ger many’s Chancellor Konrad Ade nauer has been asked to submit to the United Nations the protest of German Catholics against the death and prison sentences imposed by the Bulgarian red regime on Bish op Eugene Bossilkoff and 39 priests and lay people. The request was contained in a letter to the Chancellor by the president of the Central Commit tee of German Catholics, Prince Karl zu Iziewenstein. “The Bulgar ian sentences violate the most ele mentary natural and human rights, which all member states of the United Nations have pledged themselves to respect and tect,” the letter said. Death Of Bishop Byrne Is ‘Reasonably Certain’ VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)-« While there is no positive proof of the death of Bishop Patrick J. Byrne, Apostolic Delegate to Korea, it is reasonably certain that he is dead, according to a spokesman of the Sacred Congregation for the Propagation of the Faith. to pro- associa sent a Previously, the German tion of Catholic men had message directly to the Bulgarian prime minister. the Maryknoll Fathers, Apostolic Delegate In Seoul, died a victim of the war now in progress in Korea.” It was signed by His Eminence Pietro Cardinal Fumasoni Biondi. Prefect of the Congregation, and Archbishop Celso secretary. Costantim. spokesman the chief The Congregation indicated that one of clues on which the Holy See based its declaration was onimission of Bi shop Byrne’s name from the com munist list of foreign civilian prisoners submitted to United Nations officials at the beginning of this year. The Red list of 48 civilian prisoners contained the names of only eight Catholic missionaries, it was known that 31 Catholic mis sionaries had been seized by the North Korean Reds and that at least two of these had died. -------------------o------------------- Orphanage Boiler Aim of Fish-Fry A fish-fry scheduled for Friday, Nov 21 at St. Vincent’s orphanage, Kelton and Mam streets, Colum bus, will help raise funds to pur chase a new boiler at the children’s home. Kit Carson, a veteran “fish-fry" man about Columbus, will prepare the fish for serving promptly at 5:30 p.m. in the St. Vincent cafe teria. Tickets are on sale at $1.25 per person. They may be purchased at the door next Friday night. Order Isolation Of Red Huks In Filipino Prison MANILA—(NC)—Isolation of all communist Huk prisoners in the New Bilibid Prison, the national penitentiary at Muntinglupa, Rizal, has been ordered here to forestall reported effort to win converts to communism among the 7,000 in mates. Defense Secretary Ramon Mag saysay and Justice Secretary Os car Castelo issued the order after Prison Director Eustaquio Balag tas informed them that the com munists had established a number of Red Cells in the prison w'here more than 600 convicted are serving sentences. Huks Limit Literature In addition only anti-communist literature may be brought tu the Huk prisoners and all must at tend lectures on communism given regularly by Catholic priests. Dis cussions on the subject, it w’as stat ed. will he limited to private in terviews with the lecturer, since experience has shown that the Huks used the time for question ing to give prepared speeches to strengthen the allegiance of their fellow communists. Loans of history books from the prison library have been stopped until all the Huks have been dis covered and segregated. The reason given was that the Reds have been using the texts to “prove” tenets of class struggle and lution. their revo- Huk com The top echelon of the movement in the prison is posed of the politburo members who were sentenced after a sensa tional trial last year. Authoritative sources declared the Huks aim has been to stage prison riots sim ilar to those which have taken place on Koje Island, Korea. Leader* Active Investigation shows that more than 200 Huks committed petty crimes in Manila during the past two years for the sole purpose of being sent to New Bilibid, where they could work among the prison ers. Several letters of the Huk prisoners censored by the Military Intelligence Service have been found to contain coded messages to Huks in the field, indicating that the imprisoned politburo members were still directing the Huk movement. The Huks have aimed a good share of their propaganda against the religious classes being carried on by Catholic instructors from Manila. They have gone so far as to threaten, by letter, the life of a son of one of the religious instruc tors. Proof that religion continues to play an important part in the lives of the inmates is seen in the fact that they themselves have organ ized units of Catholic Action, the Knights of the Blessed Sacrament, and the legion of Mary. Every evening, Father Antolin HOLY ROSARY PARISH MIESSE Prescription Pharmacy We ronatafently atoek the lateat druta 1484 E Main FE 4484 RUG Siring that makea ruga a* they were when new REPAIRING SERGING BINDING LAYING SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS 506 Cline St GA 8395 COLUMBUS. OHIO A Complete Line of Religious Articles The Catholic Church Goods M. K. QUINN J. J. QUINN 132 I. STATS STREET A"AM$ 4716 COLUMBUS, OHIO For Used Cars or Trucks contact BERNARD O'DOWD, 1352 W 5th KI 6882 JOE TOEPFNER, INC. Central Ohio's largest Studebaker Dealer For a New Studebaker contact DAN CONROY, GA 2970 UN 4157 Complete line of Studebaker Trucks Espleta, the prison chaplain, re cites the Rosary over a loudspeak er hook-up that reaches every part of the prison. Meanwhile, the num ber of communicants at Sunday Mass has increased from 25 to more than 500, When Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, Papal Nuncio to the Philippine Islands, visited New Bilibid last year to celebrate Mass, more than 3.000 prisoners received holy communion. Perhaps the most impressive tribute to the value of the Catholic program is the fact that not only have a number of conversions tak en place in New Bilibid, but they have included two members of the politburo. the group of top Huk leaders most bitterly opposed to Catholicism. -------------------o------------------- NEW YORK (NC) Father Domenico Balducelli, O.S.F.S., su perior general of the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales, has arrived here aboard the SS Satumia for a can onical visitation to Oblate commun ities in this country. OHIO BIDDING (0. PAKiOHl Catholic Laity Work* For Interracial Justice NEW YORK (NC) Catholic concern for interracial justice is demonstrated by the fact that 21 councils now operate in key cities of the United States, all cooperat ing with the Catholic Interracial Council of New York. This was disclosed here by George K. Hunton, secretary of the New York Council. He cited par ticularly accomplishments of the interracial councils in New York, Chicago, Baltimore, Washington, Hartford and New Haven, Conn., Saginaw, Mich., Brooklyn, N.YM Providence, R. L, Wilmington, Del., Detroit, Mich., San Antonio, Tex., Rock Hill, S. C., and Columbus, O. CD EE Delivery and Matlint ilxEE Beautiful Gift Wrapping For A Beautiful SELECTION OF GIFTS and COURTEOUS SERVICE Helen Brehm, Owner Mattresses TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge —‘Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 "Moke it a Habit Hav« Lunch EVERY FIRST FRIDAY With Your Fellow Parishoneri at The Virginia Hotel I NOON HAVE A FINE LUNCH HEAR A GOOD SPEAKER—BRING A FRIEND Bill Dunn, Manager INTO THE KREMLIN! Yes. right into the haunted precincta of Stalin’s Kremlin will tha armies of the Lord some day march. And they will find there a Church ail ready for their grateful prayers and Masses, for centuries ago the Church of Our Lady was built there. Read about this In our new pamphlet “OCR LADY’S KREMLIN." which we send to all who give a mite for the new Shrine Chapel of Our Lady of Fatima, which we are now building in Ethiopia. Your $10 gift adds a stone to it. CHRIST’S CLOAK Do you know that Saint Martin, feasted on Nov. 11, divided his cloak with a beggar, only to find that the beggar was Christ Him self. If you give $10 for a precious food package to be distributed to our poor before Christmaa, you will find Christ in them. GIFT SHOP 1271 Grandview Ave. KI. 6973 CiKtamer Parking In Rear Made Into Inneripringi CALL CA. 2463 Made to Rebulit novating itering. Mattreaaea Order & Feather & Uphol WAY OF TEARS Nov. 14 brings back to ua tha memory of the holy martyr, SL Josaphat, who died for the faith on the borders of Russia. Since Uorld War II we have been train ing many students for the priest hood who had to flee before the Russians. Can you give $600 to adopt one? HERE IS A STORY! There are many saints who bear the name of Gregory but only one bears the name “Wonder Worker.” He believed implicitly the words of Our Lord: “If you have faith, you can move mountains:" St, Gregory the Wonder Worker wanted to build s ehurch on a spot whera there was a mountain, so he prayed that the mquntaln would be taken away and it was! The mountains in the way of our projected Near East chapels are our lack of the means to build them. One costs $2,000 but even a dollar to the Chapel-of-the-Month Club will do much. Right now Bishop Tarayil is begging ns for help in building five mod eat chapels in his diocese of Kottayam, India. Perhaps you ean make one a memorial to your dear departed. WHAT IS? We have just published a new leaflet entitled “What It a Basilian?” It explains why we ask for more “Basilians," who give a dollar monthly to this Club for our poor schools. Why not ask for a copy? Remember that your dollar monthly to one of our seven Mission Clubs does wonders. TIES OF IXVE Near East friends may gain some priceless plenary indulgences for their beloved dead during Novem ber. The days are Nov. 14. 17, 18. 21 and 30. Why not join? One dollar enrolls you in this Holy Father’s Mission Aid for a whole year, five dollars will enroll the whole family. Or you may wish to have Mass offered by a Near East missionary during this month of th“ Holy Souls. LOVELY MARTYR In the catacombs of Rome you will find honored the name of a lovely young girl martyr, SL Petronilla. In far off Palestine an other young lady, Sister Petronil la. is now being trained for that slow martyrdom of living and dy ing daily for God’s poor. Can you make this Sister of tlje Rosary your adopted daughter, giving the $300 necessary for her two years’ train ing? You may give from month to month. AS CHRISTMAS APPROACHES you may want io sec our beauti ful sound 16 mm. film “The Holy Land.’’ The rental fee of $6 is used for our poor Palestinian refugees. YOU MAY ALSO WISH io havo Masses offered at Christmas time in the Shrine of Our Lord’s Nativity at Bethlehem. If you write now, these ean be arranged by Near East missionaries. M*«r. tfcamoa J. MrMoHon. HWI Soc'ty 4t0 iMrinyton Ava. at Hst Olissionsjh Bov. Wm. Kollar Dunn Maw York 17, N Y.