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NEW YORK (NC) As a re
sult of the generosity of American Catholics, the faithful in Korea are turning out for Church services in WASHABLE WALLPAPER Patton's Book Store WASHINGTON C. H. MODERN FULLY AUTOMATIC WATER HEATERS I Give you oceans of f- clean, hot water I household need! w nk $tE YOUR APPLIANCE DEALER OR PLUMBER the Ohio fuel gas company He] |s Crowds Attend Church lumbers which M. M., War Relief tional Catholic Welfare Conference delegate to Korea. Monsignor Carroll said that the Korean Hierarchy and clergy asked him to convey their wholehearted gratitude to the American Hier archy, the faithful in the United States and WRS—N.C.W.C. “for all you have done and are continuing to do for theJn and their flocks.” ROOFING and SHEET METAL for EVERY TYPE CONSTRUCTION COMTMKBCIAL INDVSTRISL HO MFR MKTAl, Shea 189* THE GEORGE SNYDER & SONS CO. AD. 5841 Winkels Quality Foods We Deliver 3369 Indianola Ave. JE 5465 "■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■IB RISES FOR CHARTER Keep Your Crowd Together Modem Equipment Send Your Laundry and Dry Cleaning To TROY Call Adams 7231 For Troy Boy Service Wear A Troy Finished Shirt ’53 FORD Buy The Economy Run Winner CHOICE OF 6 CYL. OR. 8 CYL. MOTOR Three Transmissions, Seven Body Styles and Twelve Colors WATSON-FORD Open Evenings Courteous Driver* Reosonobla Rota* For AH Occarion* Charter Lobe Shore System Buses “The Finest in Bug Transportation* LAKE SHORE SYSTEM 714 East Broad Street Cull Alla in* 6310 or A in 5172 Columbus, O 1288 N. High St UN. 2118 Your Friendly Ford Dealer 1327 Giv astounding report stated ion has been The Monsignor’s that a deep inipre made pagan many plies lies, Protestants and pagans alike, with need the only prerequisite. on many non-Catholic and Koreans by the fact that in parishes Catholic relief sup were distributed to Catho- The report added that there have been a number of inquiries from non-Catholic and pagan Koreans about how they can become Cath- Catholic Charities Fund of kingum County, this week in a public by Mr. chairman of the also is of the The Monsignor, who Apostolic Administrator Pypng Yang, vicariate in in his monthly report to N. C.W.C. headquarter* here, said: “In every town and city 1 visited, both the clergy and native popula tion were most profuse in expres sions of their gratitude for relief supplies that Catholics of America have donated to Korea “All of the. clergy reported tre mendous increases in attendance at Church services since clothing was distributed. Prior to the dis tribution many people were asham ed to attend Mass because they had only lags to cover their bodies. But now7 that is ended. Now priests are really astounded by the num ber of people who are coming to church services.” WRS it was revealed final report made L. C. Bollinger, fund. A total of $6,030.13 was pledged by 1327 donors to the campaign which began May 10 in the four parishes of Muskingum county. The goal of the campaign was $8,384 04. Charities of the Catholic of Muskingum 17 S. High St., bureau offers parentless chil- The Catholic Charities Fund supports the work Welfare Bureau County, located at Zanesville. The care to orphaned, dren in foster family homes and in children's institutions. In addition, the Bureau offer* guidance to parents and supervis ion of children whose parents need help in caring for them. During the first five months of the present-year, the Bureau has aided 30 families and has cared for 31 children whose own parents were unable to care for them. Although the drive fell short of its goal this year, the total pledged topped last year's gifts by more than $800. The advance gifts com mittee secured $2,841.50 the door to door solicitation secured $2,534. 63 and pledges were received amounting to an additional $640. In announcing the total Mr. Bol linger expressed on behalf of the entire Charities Fund Committee, their appreciation for the many hours of work performed by the thanks to those who contribtued to the campaign fund.' ‘Glacier Priest* leases Ou Knottier Arctic Trip SANTA CLARA. Calif. (NC)— Father Bernard J. Hubbard, S.J., University of Santa Clara’s famous “glacier priest”, left here by plane to start his 27th year of study in the Arctic. Before his departure. Father Hubbard said he had arranged to make available for educational tel evision the 1, 550.000 feet of film taken during his years in the far north. Instead of making his usual Alaskan tour next year, Father Hubbard will remain here at the university to catalogue his entire film collection. Moderns Banking Strata* KUAMtHM if. r to HE MARKET EXCMM6E IAN ADm«» Mas WS B. MATH Corm* Mto IS o vena Devotions to Infant Jesus of Prague ST, LADISLAUS CHURCH COLUMBUS EVERY WEDNESDAY 7:30 th* So. Bish 81root boa. THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY no roots. task to in It is our dedicated spire our Catholics to be mind ful of these such missionary facts as that two-thirds of the of the w’orld go to bed every night that the av- hungry erage smoker spends $90.40 more on cigarettes than on aid to the Church in the mission lands. But we also know7 that we can not inspire you to love the mis sions until we have induced you to look heavenward. The only souls that really help have the love of the Cross already black gaunt before their eyes, whose prayers go before their deeds, who love the Sacrifice of the Mass and then live it. not know how7 many will make a sacrifice We do this week of a luxury, the equivalent of a package of cigarettes, or a new dress, or a tie. But those who will, have lifted their eyes to heaven we can depend on them to keep their eyes on the poor souls of earth. Ansong such souls are these: GOD LOVE YOU to: V.H.K. “This check represents 25 silver dollars my husband gave me on our silver wedding anniversary. I thought if I sent it to the Mil sions others might enjoy it too. .... to M.M.B. “After payin the bills for the birth of our third son. I found we had $25 left over. We were going to buy a carriage but are so thankful to God for this wonderful baby that we decided to send it for some baby in the Holy Father’s Missions” to A.B. “Here is $3 collected by returning empty dis carded bottles. It takes long time but the Missions need these sacrifices.” closed is $5 Confirmation old daughter L.McC. “Please accept this $10 to help feed God’s poor. It is in thanksgiving for all the good things He and His Blessed Moth er have done for us.” ... to the Freshman Class who sent $76.66 representing their daily sacri fice to the Missions ... to M.E.J. “Enclosed is $30, a birthday pres- Printing & Lithograph Co 214 Oak Street Columbus, Ohio AD. 1261 AD. 1262 Commercial and Designed Printing and Lithography Full Direct Mail Facilities LEE HENNE Christ The King Parish to P.Y. “En- to celebrate the of my eight-year and myself.” JIM HINNE Holy Rosary Parish Bishop Ready presided at the Mass and ceremonies which marked the recent 50th anniversary of M*gr. Henry J. Kellerman's ordination to the Sacred Priesthood. Msgr. Kellerman i* pastor of St. Augustine parish, New Straitsville. Fifty-seven members of the clergy were present for the ceremonies attendant to the celebration. Msgr. Kellerman, who ha* spent 47 of the 50 years as pastor of St. Augustine's, was also the guest of honor at a reception. Three hundred friends and relatives were present. Above, Msgr. Kellerman Is shown standing to the right of Bishop Ready, surrounded by mem ber* of the clergy who attended the celebration. Two-Thirds Of World Go To Bed Him &rv Bishop Fulton become relig the missions People do not ious by helping they are first spiritual and then they help the missions. To talk of the starvin of India wit I out ing days of hunge of Christ, o to think of Ai 1 a withou i n k i n one the the (he ing fruits of trees that have When Our Lord healed a deaf man. He prefaced the miracle by “looking up to heaven.” He first held communion with His Father before working the miracle with men. Such intercoures lies at the foundation of all work for God. We look to the missions in Chi na. only after we have looked to heaven. The heavenward look is recourse to the heavenly realities which we want others ligdon can be infused minds only if it is a from heaven itself. send ine to see. Re into other living fire Comptometer Students Wanted pensive, course nings. to $225 per month lobs available at all times. No age restriction*. Classes i 9 s a to take short, inax- classes day or eve Starting salaries up many COMP I OMETER SCHOOL 511-12 Hartman Theatre Bldg. 79 E. State St. FLetcher 1501 -thy safest place for yovr baby your ba»y MSERVES THE BEST Phone DeawDMrttinn No Obiigttjon Nm Sold SAMI-TSNOA SAKS AMNCY HI SOtt L. WEBER F. 340 N. ARDMORE RD. EV 9169 STEMBER SHOPS Vi Stember Flowers KLONDIKE 1S2J Stembers State k irinn fiT OPPOSITE NEW OHIO L'A'lON ELEVATORS Capital Elevator & Mfg. Co. SWICKARD Rental Agency 12 N. Third St. Rent* Sale* Leas** Property Management PARK BARBER SHOP Bob Jackson Andy Calalfino 1588 Oakland Park Ave. 9 to 7 Weekdays LA. 4359 MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM leleaM* Election Reeull* LEX! NGTON The of Columbus MacGahan Knight* No. 1065 of New Ijexington Walter A. Clouse Grand and Joseph S. Fiore Dep ict Knight at their recent elected Knight. newly-elected officer* in •seph L. Meenan. chancel Lzger, recorder r. financial sec- ed at the Ji Jlen, treasurer advocate. rden Albert L. rd, Paul Daugh i and Joseph B. Smith and Joseph M. Stro will be install Y oration Book Reprinted AVHGONISH, NS (NC) With a first printing of 10,000 cop ies sold out in three months, “Why I Became A Priest a collection of personal vocation stories, has been reprinted by the Newman Press, Md. “Why I Became eludes contributions ardinal Gilroy, Bish- ton Sheen Fathei Patrick I've opened a new checking account now we'll know where our money goes That is one of the advantage* of paving and money in this up-to-date and systematic wav. Thoee on a budget, and who wish to make income really count, can learn from their eheck stubs how much money goee for each specific purpose and can use this information to better plan their expenditures. Checking service also provides safety for funds, receipts, and pronounced convenience. Come in. Open a new checking account with u* for modem money management. The OhicfNational Bank AFFIUAIW WM8 B4M00W0 Federal Deposit hurumnee Up to $10,000 toe Each Depositor ST. 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