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New Medical Order FRAMINGHAM. Mass., (NC)— Archbishop Richard J. Cushing of Boston presided at the cenemony of First Vows for the Sons of Mary, Health of the Sick, at Sylva Mane here. The rite was the first of its kind for the new religious com Since 1890 First Mortgage Loans Insured Savings Safe Deposit Boxes i*eo VARSITY DOUBLET munity founded by Father Ed ward G. Garesche, S. J. The Sons of Mary will sene as medical mis sionaries. Father Garsche recently an nounced that the Daughters of Mary. Health of the Sick, will be the first Sisters to establish a re ligious foundation on Okinawa. 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Zuber, Vice Pres. 1 SEVENTEEN The moil ditUaebng thing that over happened to ths foot ball warn yoa in Uut Vicky Vaughn Junior eya catcher for foil' Clinging toft knitted bond* put the sweater blouse in th* somewhat tensauonal clast The flare skirt also doubles ot a perfect companion to every blouse in your wardrobe Wonderful Lincoln Fabries Sweet Sixteen cordu- WEILBACHER'S 464 South Fourth Stroat AD. 5761 Columbus, Ohio Open Mondays 1:30 A te 9 Tuesday thru Saturday 8 30 A. M, 5.30 P. M. FREE PARKING IN REAR Sires to IS. $8.95 SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 18. Three Alameda County Superior Court judges in a split decision ruled unconstitution al California's Proposition Three, which exempted non-profit, private elementary and high schools from property tax. Confusion created by the statement issued by Hi- Eminance James Francis Cardinal McIntyre. Archbishop of Los Angeles, who pointed out that the ruling applies merely to Alameda County alone and not to the rest of the State. It has been announced that the decision will be appealed to the California Supreme Court by the District Attorney of Alameda County. In rendering their 2-to-1 deci sion. the three judges declined to hand down a written opinion. Californians went to the polls last November 4 and voted in fa vor of Proposition Three, which brought California in line with the other 47 States of the nation in recognizing the contribution of private schools to the welfare of the community by exempting them from property taxes. The suit in the Alameda County Superior Court was instituted by Alfred J. Lundberg, chairman of the California Taxpayers’ Alliance. It asked that the provisions of Proposition Three be declared null and void because they violated the State Constitution as well as the First Amendment of the U.S. Con stitution. LOS ANGELES (NC) In a statement issued here on the Ala meda County CoTirt ruling on Proposition Three, Cardinal Mc Intyre declared: "The decision of the Superior Court of Alameda County is con fusing. Confusing and upsetting, first, because it affects Alameda County alone and not the remaind er of the State second, because it upsets the scales of justice as pro vided by the vote of the sovereign people of California. It is also confusing because it was a split decision of three iudg es. Usually the law' in these cir cumstances requires a unanimous opinion. Heme, its validity may The —... -■....- —.■■■—■ -........ .... -................ Time Life HY FAIHER GABRIEL HAFFORD The Saint Of Th* Week When a juvenile delinquent be comes a saint it is news: when he becomes one of the greatest saints of all. it shows just how much potential was developed by the grace of God. That, in brief, is the story of St. Augustine. His mother became a saint praying lor his conversion. St. Monica didn't rest until the great possibilities she saw in Augustine were given a chance to develop for good through the grace of Almighty God. Pray to Augustine that you will get to realize your great worth. Dissipation People don’t die from overwork, but from over-indulgence. Over And Over Again Anyone who is old enough to remember and think knows how strong habit becomes. The one strange thing about habit is that good habits can be dropped much easier than had ones. With (hat in mind, he sure to hold fast to the good hahits you have formed. Morning and night prayers fall into that category. Be sure to say them daily and every day. tor a person who prays cannot get very far away from God. Flying Corks From Th* Pop House “They gave me the old brush off: ‘Don’t call us, we’ll call you. News From Hollywood This past w-eek I got a file of letters from the Motion Picture Association of America Inc. better known as the Breen Office. It seems that the caution 1 expressed a few weeks ago was interpreted by them as a greater threat to the industry than 3D.. At the time 1 warned you to stav away from had movies, and the Office hurried to inform me that fop-bracket movie men are solidly behind the Code. These men support the (’ode at considerable sacrifice states the letter. They know of no policy by responsible people in Holly wood for making indecent pictures. Well, I am glad to hear all this, hut it is all very materialistic. The “considerable sacrifice’’ means financial sacrifice, not moral sacrifice, and movie men have to face the judgement of God and 1 would love to see all of them save their souls. I would like to see everyone in the movie field. RUC Sizing that make* ruga a* they war* when new RINDING REPAIRING LAYING MERGING SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPRf HtFING RAINS 506 Clint St. GA 8395 COLUMBUS, OHIO THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2 8, 1 9 5 3 California Court Voids Referendum Exempting Private Schools from Taxes decision was emphasized in a be questioned. The decision at tempts to disqualify the action of the State Legislature, the Governor and the vote of the people in the last election. “We are pleased to hear that the decision will be appealed to the Supreme Court of the State by the District Attorney of Ala med a County. "All of the elements of approval seem to have been contained in the referendum which was submitted to the vote of the people last. fall. The issue was clearly understood by the people. Almost a half mil lion voters, with knowledge and forethought, registered their opin ion upon the question which was intelligently and completely sub mitted. A split decision, rendered without a written opinion in Ala meda County, now attempts to void the will of the people and the legislature in whom the power of legislation resides and this on an apparent questioned technicality. “Confusion is further present be cause schools for those of college level are exempted. The action of the legislature and the people in the recent referendum was to cor rect this injustice and give to the elementary and secondary schools the same exemption and to make them share equally with higher education. “But this effort to equalize and correct the prolonged injustice against the less favored is now looked upon as unconstitutional by the court ot Alameda County. Con tradiction as well as discrimination seems apparent at leant to the practical mind. This decision as rendered affects only the non-prol it schools in Alameda County. It affects those which are conducted hy the Protestant groups, by the Catholic groups or by private indi viduals, but only in Alameda Coun ty.” e\en the ushers, have a chance to see beautiful and uplifting enter tainment that would prepare them lor the beauties of the Beatitic Vision. The legion of Decency Lists have many unobjectionable pictures listed week high school person be, daring and see aren’t recommended the work of the tons of persons who are trying to ghe them pro per guidance. So don’t stay away from good movies or the good pen pie of the movies industr will have to get jobs working for the evil souls who aie behind the sketching of those turbulent movie adds that appear in the press and lobbies. by week. Any who wants to pictures that are thwarting Touchdown Patset, Eh? "I’d be amazed if Notre Dame makes a single first down in ten games” says Frank Leahy. Friends The other day I saw a girl beat the dog out of a poor fifth* nup whom "he dragged into a ding store. I telf sorry for the pooch, for he was not having the least bit ol tun with the magazines she was freely reading. I would mention the type stuff she wa reading but I'd get another letter from you know where. It is too had that a hoy or girl publicly shows the world what kind of small character he or she i- by heating a pup who is leashed and cannot run away. Could Be Some little children’s reputation for gentleness is ba*-ed on the ah sence of premeditation. Something, Then Years ago beauty was at least skin deep. Great Work If you happen to get your hands on that magazine issue, he Jungle’’ Danehy 11 makes wonderful read ing. and if gives you an idea of how interesting mission work can be. I can see a couple sion vocations coming story. wonderful little mission “Maryknoll”. September sure to read "Lick The by Bishop Thomas J. dozen from your share? n. how wilt vot h*sy for »orv »«lfT Will you .pem' ••ery pennv or will you retain a small porvon for all tn. thnx. rou'l1 want in the future? Kv an with al! th* monthly nd obligation. if that parr heel hill, si pert ei h«lonr» «*ins your At Buckexc ths added sroteetioa of m.ursd M’hin TOO New North American College A N E kJ Little-Known Fat lor By J. MURRAY «w- hJooden kul preserved KiJ-SANA CHUHCH IRELAND mis used fast century as a Movable ckapcl because the purist puest was prohibited from security a perMu^enl mis that Quick Work a moment, Success lasts just for that moment you complete a suc cessful joh. Front that time on, you have to keep right on delher ing. Whsrs it Service A Repair* for All Makes Start now enjoy BUCEHE FEDERAL 1SVHMS MB l#‘ UitoinU of Cars U. S. Royal Tires Bill Austin Buick Delaware, Ohio Flowers by Gibson Phones 2-8681—2-4711 Delaware Delaware Milk Co. 27 N. Union Phone 311 Ap* Three U S. Cardinal-Archbishops will take part in the dedication ceremonies at the new North American College in Rome, October 14. Each of the Cardinals,—Archbishop Stritch of Chicago, Spellman of New York end Mooney of Detroit—is an alumnus of th* 94-year old instution. Above is a west side view of a portion of the nearly completed building. .POPE Istagatho B£ove« I (678-6811 sf SAINTS' NAMED JohnsFelix ARE MOST NUMEROUS (NEARLY ^OEACN) PETER oi/erSo i fe XANKS THIRD. IJyA^oFTEH MARKED their discoveries 8Y SETTING UP ACROSS. Tto? example (now 0. P. Gallo MEN'S & LADIES' TAILORING 18 N. 3rd St. MA. 3623 Delaware S: n n us&on MUSEUM) OR/G/NALiy MARKED THE D.’SCOVERY Of CAPE SANTA MARJA, ANGOLA, AFRICA, in IJ.82. WEDDING SPECIALISTS Formal Rentals Kobiuaon-Hanrahan Funeral Directors Cor. Winter A Franklin Delaware The firms listed here deserve to be remembered when you are distributing your patronage to the different lines of business. The Peoples Sto Delaware Jpkolds Faith Bv Resigning High Position BELO HORIZONTE, Minas Gerais, Brazil (NC) Dr. Antonio Vasconcelos. majority leader of the Minas Gerais Legislative Assembly, resigned his leadership rather than ap prove a government subsidy for a spiritualist congress. Dr. Vasconcelos’ action came shortly after Bishop Gerard de Proenca Sigaud of Jacarezinho had issued a statement warning that spiritualism, or spiritism, was speading “like a plague over all Brazil.” (Spiritualism is a practice where by people endeavor to communi cate with the souls of the dead or other spirits. It involves supersti tion and Catholics are forbidden to take part in it.) Explaining his reason for relin quishing his majority leadership, Dr. Vasconcelos declared that “to divide spiritually the nation is anti patriotic.” He branded spiritism as “denying and opposing funda mental dogmas of the Catholic re ligion.” “A Catholic.” the legislator add ed, “is not obliged to cooperate, through his voting, in the dissem ination of a doctrine which means the destruction of his own religion and that of nearly all Brizilians.” Vilhena de the National Meanwhile, Dr. E. Moraes, director of Archives, published an article in Twenty Million Circulation For Catholic Press NEW YORK (NC) The 'Catholic Press in the United States and Canada now counts a total circulation of nearly 20 million, according to figures in the new Catholic Press Direc tory. The Directory, published by the Catholic Press Association with headquarters here, shows a total circulation of 19,765,809 for 572 Catholic newspapers and magazines in the two countries. The total newspaper circulation is listed as 3,788, 947 and the magazine figure is 15.976,862. Thus, magazines alone now sur pass in circulation the 15,830, 684 figure given in last year’s directory for the entire Cath olic press. WHtRf. CltAM r.t ,5 I' MXT TO U-OODliNF ,S Flaesf te CAMDIES PASTRIES Family Style Restaurant 201 S. High Open Every Day Till ARE YOU BUYING OR REFINANCING? You get friendly co-operation here when you finance under our Home Loan Plan. Why not come in and ask about our low-cost loans made at reasonable interest rates. 60 E. BROAD ST. AD. 5810—AD. 6342 R. M. WILD, Fre*. •. B. HARRIS. Sec’y TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 11 IS INDIA HAS GIRLSTOWN Women can rule the world, as mothers and teachers of th* future leaders. A good Catholic mother is a tower of strength in our mission*. Th* Sisters of Nazareth have a "Girlstown," celled Peduapuram, where they safeguard poor girl* and rescue fallen girl* and train them a* homemaker* and farm helper*. Now they have only two dormitories and a dispensary. They need help to add a wing for working girls, a maternity and foundling wing. MOTHERS, SEND YOUR MITE TODAY with a prayer of thank* for your own daughter. MONICA GUILD is our Near East Altar Society. Members give $1-A MONTH to adorn our chapels. Won’t you join. Some members want to give articles themselves, like these Statue $30 Picture $15 Mass Kit ........ $100 Altar Stone ..... 10 Mass Bell ......... 5 Linens .............. 15 Monstrance 40 Tabernacle ........ 25 Altar ............... 75 S-O-S TO ALL VINCENTIANS We appeal to the apostolic, self-sacrificing St. Vincent De Paul Soc ieties. Your fellow-member* in Jerusalem need immediate help in 1 their valiant work with our REFUGEES in the Holy City. An unfinish ed war ha* paralyzed work. They help feed and clothe over 2,000 job less Arab families. They ask for FOOD PACKAGES ($10). Send your used clothe* through our warehouse, 52-15 Flushing Ave., Maapeth, N. Y. We have pathetic appeals from those “blessed angels of charity,” the Little Sisters of the Poor in Istanbul, Turkey. Alone in a Moslem world, heroically they live Christ's poverty to care for aged outcasts of Mohammedan families. They plead for your mite. It feeds one person for three days. $10 keeps one lor a month. BROTHERS, PLEASE Our missionaries thank God daily for their helpers, our hard-working Brother*. Th* priest would be lost without them. We need $200 to train one. Our novitiate at Cheron, Eritrea, train* native Brother*. They will not be able to continue without help soon. Won't you help? TONIOS is a poor lad in Maronite Seminary in Lebanon. He has two more years beofre ordination. Where will he find the yearly cost of his training ($100)? Won’t you help him reach his exalted goal? You need not give all at once. A missionary priest to your credit on Judge ment Day! THINK OF IT! HEART OF HEARTS This special devotion for August is to th* Immaculate Heart of Mary. This is also the particular devotion to Our Lady of Fatima. During Her month send Her an alma for Her new FATIMA SHRINE in JORDAN. Mary will never forget. A block cost* $10. The Bishop of Trichur, India, wrote not long ago that there is almost no medical care for the poor there. He is losing golden opportunities of reaching them because he has no funds for a MISSION HOSPITAL. The Holy Cross Sisters will be the nurses. Won’t you help him? Thank God for your own health. Your mite buys a brick. A medical kit costs $75. Endow a bed for $250. BEHIND THE SCENES You'll be very active behind the scene for many years in our Near East mission* if you'll help Sister Stephanie, a novice with th* Sister* of Perpetual Help at Harissa. The cost of her training is $150 a year for her two year* there. Your help now will make her many year* of labor possible. You may give in. any payments you choose. Those STRINGLESS GIFTS are wnoderful help to our Holy Father when emergencies arise so suddenly that he has no time to appeal. SPOTLESS SACRIFICE Who can measure th* power of th* Holy Sacrifice before th* Throne of God. The Son of God Himself plead* for u*. You always remember your beloved dead with Masses. How about your soul? Arrange now for Gregorian Messes for yourself. Ask for our SUSPENSE CARD. [ML^GearfistOlissionsjMt) Nemh Cevdtoel $*•(!"»•", PreeMent Themes J. McMehee, Nwfl Sx’y CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Ave. ot 46th St. Now York 17, N. Y.