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CASBARRO, Matteo, 75, 1775 W
Third ave., Columbus, Mai. 30 St.
John the Baptist church. Surviv
ors: his wife, Philomena one son,
two daughters. 17 grandchildren
and 23 great-grandchildren.
SAUER. Richard J., Jr., 15 mo.,
576 S. Fifth st.. Columbus, Apr. 1,
Corpus Christi church. Survivors:
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard
J. Sauer a sister, paternal grand
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W.
Sauer, and maternal grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lamacchia.
KORN, Florentine. 80, Zanes
ville, Apr. 4, St. Nicholas church.
Survivors: three daughters,
sons, seven grandchildren and
great-grandchild.
RUBADUE. Howard M., 45, 56
Price ave., Columbus, Apr. 6, Sa
cred Heart church. Survivors: a
son, a daughter, a granddaughter
and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray
mond A. Rubadue.
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MATHIAS WHbur 48. 1348
St. lair ave., olumbus Mar 30,
St. Patrick church. Survivors: his
wife. Marie his mother. Mrs Ber
tha L. Mathias.
EVISTON. Robert W., 35. 220 E.
Maynard ave., Columbus. Apr 1.
Holy Name church. Survivors: his
wife, Virginia five sons, one
daughter and his parents Mi. and
Mrs. William Eviston.
E.
COLBURN, Dennis. 13. 266
Blake ave., Columbus, Mar.
Holy Name church Survivors,
mothei, Mrs. Edna Marie Coburn
brother, paternal grandmother.
Mrs. Mary Colburn and maternal
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Eviston.
30,
his
GRIBBEN, Paul J., 25. Dennison.
Apr. 1, Immaculate Conception
church, Dennison. Survivors: his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Grib
ben two brothers and three sis
ters.
SANTILLI, Paul, 48, 905 E.
Fifth ave., Columbus, Apr. 1, St.
Peter’s church. Survivors: his
wife. Hilda three sons and a
grandson.
two
one
SCHMELZER, Bernard J.,
near Bremen, Apr. 8, St. Mary
church, Bremen. Survivors: his
wife, Thelma four daughters and
six sons.
McDOWELL, Herbert, 49, 2556
Indianola ave.. Columbus, Apr. 2,
Holy Name church. Survivors: his
wife. Florence: three daughters
and a grandson.
45.
GAUS. red. 48, 1454 E. Hudson
st., Columbus, Apr. 1, St. Augustine
church. Survivors: his wife, Cath
erine: and three sons.
HICKMAN, Frances, 74. formerly
of New Lexington, Apr. 1. St. Rose
church. New Lexington. Survivors:
a daughter, two sons.
KROCKER, John K., 49, New
Philadelphia, Apr. 4, Sacred Heart
church. Survivors: his wife, Mar
cella two sons and two daughters.
GRIBBEN, Paul J., 25. JJennison,
Apr. 1, Immaculate Conception
church. Survivors: his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. John Gribben: his
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Boles two brothers and three sis
ters.
BARRETT, Matilda. 59, 290 Shel
don ave., Columbus, Apr. 6. St. Leo
church. Survivors: her husband.
Cornelius, two sons and eight
grandchildren.
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F.KIERT, Joseph. 64, 2B23 Alle
ghany ave., Columbus, Apr. 1, St.
Thomas church. Survivors: his
wife, Emilia a son and six daugh
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WILSON, John A 66. New Lex
ington, Apr. 6, St. Rose church.
Survivors: his wife, Maude, four
.step-daughters, one brother and
three sisters.
MILLER, Cora E., 77, formerly of
860 Dennison ave., Columbus,
Apr. 6, St. Francis church. Sur
vivors: two granddaughters and
one great-granddaughter.
REDINGER, George, 85, 158 S.
Roosevelt ave.. Columbus, Apr. 6.
St. Catharine church. Survivors: a
son and two daughters.
SPURLOCK, Joseph 45, 1611 Clif
ton ave., Columbus, Apr. 6, St.
Cyprian church. Survivors: his
wife, Ruth: two sons, his mother,
Mrs. Ann Brown.
BRANDONISIO, Marie, 59. Co
shocton, Mar. 30, Sacred Heart
church. Survivors: her husband,
Antonio: four daughters and four
grandchildren.
HICKMAN, Frances, 74. former
ly of New Lexington, Apr. 2, St.
Rose church. Survivors: a daugh
ter. two sons and several grand
children.
WARD, Theresa A., 79, 579 Fair
wood ave., Columbus. Apr. 1, Holy
Rosary church. Survivors: her hus
band, John F. and one daughter.
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Iron Curtain, expelled boys could
study for the priesthood. Eventual
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the countries where they are most
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speak of expellees in an authori
tative manner. For he too was forc
ed to leave Red-controlled Czecho
slovakia.
Before he was expelled from
Prague in 1946, the monsignor was
professor of Canon Lew in the
German University, and he was the
last rector of the German seminary
there, serving in that position at
the same time that Archbishop
Beran was rector of the Czech
seminary.
In Czechoslovakia, he was jailed
twice by the Russians and Czech
Communists. The first time he was
in prison four months, and the sec
ond time, after his arrest as a “Vat
ican spy” he was held five days.
Afterward, he was expelled from
the country w ithout being brought
to trial.
Along with a few other refugee
priests, the monsignor went to
Frankfort, and in the
Konigstein, they rented
which had been used
soldiers during World
cupation.
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a barracks
by French
War I oc-
Red
THE CATHOLIC TIMES FRIDAY APRIL 10. 1953
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During the weeks of Lent, col
lections of the Bishop's War Re
lief Fund were conducted in
schools throughout the Colum
bus diocese. Pictured here are
representatives of schools who
made outstanding contributions.
In the top photo, Bishop Ready
accepts a check for $600 from
St. Charles high school students
and a $187 check from the St.
Charles college students. Pic
tured with the Bishop are, left to
right, John Bell, Charles Len
hard, Ernie Kletzley and Father
Edward Spiers, professor at St.
Charles. In the center photo, the
Bishop is shown receiving checks
from St. Francis de Sales High
School and Grade School stu
dents The Grade School contrib
uted $1,275 while the High School
gave $1,083. With Bishop Ready
are, left to right. Father Richard
Grosser, pastor of Blessed Sacra-
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Their Gifts Help Victims Of War
K-
ment church, Robert Dietsche,
representing the grade school
Bishop Ready John Thornton,
high school senior class presi
dent Julia Floyd, representing
the St. Francis students who live
in Blessed Sacrament parish
and Father Edwin McGinty, pas
tor of St. Francis. In the bottom
picture. Bishop Ready is sur
rounded by a group of children
from Sacred Heart school, New
Philadelphia. School children
theie contributed $510. Pictured
with the Bishop and Father Am
brose Freund, pastor or Sacred
Heart parish are representatives
from each of the grades in the
school: first grade, Michael De
torio second grade, William
Steis third grade, Theresa Bal
lentine and David Fioretto
fourth grade, Patrick Roberts
and Kathleen Calai fifth grade,
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Prelate irrhe* In aipei
TAIPEI. Formosa (NO
Msgr. Domenico Enrich. 44. new
ly appointed counselor of the Pap
al Internunciature in China, was
welcomed by the Internuncio.
Archbishop Anthony Riberi and
by Archbishop Joseph Kuo of
Taipei on his arrival at the airport
here.
1953
Apr. 17-19
Apr. 24-26
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ROCHESTER, N. Y. (NC)
Solemn consecration of Msgr. Law
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of Cea and Auxiliary to Bishop
James E. Kearney of Rochester
will take place in Sacred Heart
Cathedral, here. May 5.
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SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (NC) She's received caustic
criticism as well as happy congratulations, but Sister Mary
Elaine is carrying on her work of adapting Masses from Am
erican folk music.
Her latest work, a Mass in honor of Kateri Tekakwitha, is
based on four Indian religious mel
odies and the undaunted Sister of
Divine Providence doesn’t expect
it will escape controversy.
it was Sistar's “Mass in Honor
of Blasted Martin da Porras'' that
caused a furor among ecclesiastical
musicians back in 1947. That work
was based on Negro spirituals—
the Kyrie from "Nobody Knows de
Trouble I've Seen" the Sanctus
from "Goin' Home" the Benedictus
from "Swing Low, Sweet Chariot"
the Angus Dei from "Deep River.''
Wrote one irate liturgist:
Regret you messed Mr. Five By
Five’ and ‘Mairzy Doats .” But con
gratulatory messages dominated
and the Mass is still sung.
Sister believes “Missa Kateri
Tekakwitha” will not stir quite as
much controversy.
“The general mold of many In
dian melodies is very reminiscent
of the Gregorian Chant,” she ex
plains. The religious chant of the
American Indian, she believes, “is
beautiful in jf Gregorian feel and
... I think it has its place in the
Catholic Ritual along with the
beautiful plain chant melodics in
the ‘Liber Usualis’ and othei Gre
gorian manuals.
Sister Elaine point* out that
America's first Christmas Carol
was written in the Huron language
by Jesuit missionary. Father Jean
de Brebeuf. As arranged for wo
men's chorus by Sister Elaine and
translated by Jesse Edgar Middle
ton, the 300-year-old hymn is now
sung in U.S. Churches.
For her Mass in honor of the
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primitive Indian chants.
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children s music to concert over
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progress as the National Catholic
Educational Association opened its
Golden Jubilee convention here.
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Saturday, Apr. 11
WHKC. Columbus. 6:45 p. n
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Sunday, Apr. 12
WCLT. Newark, 10:15 z. tn.
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WRFD. Worthington. 10:15
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WBNS, Columbus, 10:30 a.
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