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I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I 12—THT CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Oct 16, 1953 I. Academy PT A, Alumnae Set Fall Festival Th* ladies pictured above, busily engaged In the finest of culinary arts, are preparing delicacies for the annual Fall Festival and Frolic at St. Joseph's Academy to be staged Thursday evening, Oct. 22, at the school, 331 E. Rich st. The cake bakers, members of St. Joseph Academy Mothers' Club, are, left to right, Mrs. Edward Pfeifer, Mrs. Theodore Gassman and Mrs. Richard Feth. The event, the one benefit for the Sisters of Notre Dame, is sponsored by the St. Joseph’s PTA and Alumnae. Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Eyerman, 1071 Lilley ave., Columbus, are general chairmen for the festival. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Wangler are in charge of tickets, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. James Burns. Others who will assist include Mrs. Edward Lambert, patron chairman Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Thuringer, check room Mr. Eugene Corbett, decoration chairman Mrs. Margaret Gelpi and Alumnae, dolls and toys Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pfeifer, chairman of the cake stand, co-chairman, Mrs. Albert Jager Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feth, candy Mr. and Mrs. John Kochensparger, religious stand Mr. and Mrs. Orla Miller, chairmen of the western round-up, co chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Haldeman Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schick, fish-bowl Mr. and Mrs. James Phillips, chairmen of the country store, co chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gassman Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Morrissey, snack bar. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Corbett are in charge of the Frolic at which Chuck Selby and his orchestra will play. why 7 TtM SllVIi CHAIICI Hr TAesaei Ceetarte AOGIT THIlAUaut In OieWaaary Farm Here is the perfect The saurus one that ran be MasasmaiaaaMaeaaaausaiaaamaaaaiaaaBaa MAIL COUPON now: CHICK THE THRU BOOKS YOU WANT with MfMIfRlNlF IN Th| FAMILY ftMAOINS CLUB FAMILY RtAOING CLUB D«rr IOCTX, s*i» s*nS me si i *, -y a-.» rheextw’ t! tut rieht as ms rwo Membership Oft Book* and Brat Club M.wi.on ano bill me only |l it (pin* de livery 1 toe all three Also enroll ms as a member of •he Family Residing Club and tend me each month, a review of the Clubs forthcoming selection I have the privilege st notifying you In advance if I de net wish to aceeot any selection alternate boot eltered —«t the special members price of only SI IS eech (plus paetage and handling i There are no memberahlp dues nr ten and I may aeeept as ten as taut selections er alSeraates during the coming twelve months As a mem ber win receive a tree Bonus Book with each four Cfiob selection* or *. tern alee I aceepl •PrttAL NO RISK CUARAHTtr If hot delighted I win return al! books »n 7 days and tail membership will be ranreied ■r Mrs. ..... .......... 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They are hooks you can safely leave where older children can read them il they wish. Whet Mambarship M«uns T« Y*« There is no charge for membership in the Family Reading Club beyond the cost of the books themselves. You pay only $1.8*) each (plus postage and handling) for the books you purchase after reacting the bonk review magazine Which will come tn your home each month. You pav postman nothing, your bill will he due later. It is necessary to purchase a book even month—you may accept as few as four each year MOOtftN INCYCLOPIDIA OF COOKING Bi Mein Given A thrilling new approach to the problem of plan ning and preparing daily meals! Contains 2.000 recipes. 1.700 pageant use ful information on foods, vitamins and calottes. Originally published tn two vol*, at *10.00. THS IMMACULATI MART Jahn DeMnrcbi, l.M.C. Tt Mill thrill to that sacrtd hone in 1917 when Our Lady miraculously to pes red re three tittle children in Fatima Here is the remfilrtr and far real account of these re markable eventa and what they have meant to peo ple throughout the world! WHY WE MAKE THIS UNUSUAL NEW MEMBERSHIP OFFER FAMILY RiADING CLUB MINEOLA, NfW YORK Reds Warn Slav Priests Not to Mention Cardinal GRAZ. Austria (Radio. NO Croatian and Slovenian priests in Yugoslavia have been “requested” by local commun ist committees to refrain from any mention of His Eminence Stefan Cardinal Wyszvnski. Red-ousted Primate of Poland, in their sermons or other pronouncements, it was learned here. At the same time. Bishop Anton Vovk. Apostolic Administrator of Ljubljana, provincial capital of Slovenia, has been warned tn stop at once the offering of special prayers in the Diocese for the per secuted Church in Poland. Bishop Vovk was informed on behalf of Miho Mannko, Chief Minister or the Slovenian provin cial government, that he had better “mind his own business” and leave “irrevalent things’’ in Poland alone. According to reports reaching here, heavy fines for publicly con demning the communist persecu tion of the Church in Poland have been imposed on two Slovenian priests from Maribor. and on Croat ian priests from Dubrovnik and Split. The reason given was that their words provoked “anti-Titoist feeling.” Meanwhile, the Croation govern ment has seized copies of an alleg ed letter from His eminence Aloy sius Cardinal Stepinac. semi-impris oned Archbishop of Zagreb, destin ed for the Zagreb clergy and said to deal with the case of Cardinal Wys zyenski. Communist leaders throughout Yugoslavia waro reported to havo expressed openly their satisfaction over the "elimination" of Poland's No. 1 Catholic leader. Minister Ma rinko was quoted as saying that Warsaw had been wise in follow IF YOU WISH, YOU MAY SELECT ANY OR ALL THREE OF THESE GREAT INSPIRATIONAL BOOKS BY FULTON J. SHEEN THE WORLD'S FIRST LOVE Bishop SMtfl Writes Mosterfully, Movingly And Tells The Soul-Stirring Story of Mary, Mother Of God Beautifully and powerfully, Bishop Sheen tells of rhe only love that In a world like ours, ftont atomic annihilation at any time. Bishop reaches rhe mmmit of perfection Humanly, eloquently and with deep Sheen puts your mind ar ease by explaining Mary could take atomic understanding he tells of rhe mysteries of rhe Virgin Birth and explains in ing Tito's example in dealing with Cardinal Stepinac. On the other hand, many priests of the Serbian Orthodox (schismat ic) Church were reaveled to have privately condemned the Polish communist leaders for their action against Cardinal Wyszynski. In all the Catholic province of Yugo slavia the people were said to have shown deep sympathy with the Polish Cardinal, thus provoking the Red authorities to ban the clergy from making any public re ference to him. o----------------- N/ry Produces New Altar Kits WITH THE FIRST MARINE DI VISION IN KOREA—(NC) New comhat altar kits recently design ed and produced by the Navy, which can be slung over the shoul der like a woman’s large handbag, are making easier the chaplains’ task of bringing the church to the men. Replacing cumbersome suitcases, the new- kits are marie of canvas and contain vestments, altar linen and all necessities for saying Mass. Even!ually. they will bp issued to chaplains serving with all Marine divisions and to a few on small naval craft. WITH MIMBIRSHIR In world like ours. /»cm| Sheen put, your mind at ease L, „how ___ power nd make it Her plaything, just as at Fatima she Could swing the sun "like a trinket st Her wrist.' PEACE OF SOUL The Magnificent Book That Shows You How To Win Your Conflicts—With Yourself And With The World! To search for peace, we must begin with ourselves—and most of ns at* confused and unhappy. We hire come very far from God our worship of science and other false gods has turned us away from the true Faith the way to a better world through modern" thought has ended in hatred, fear and misery. We struggle with rhe dtsordet n our unquiet souls we do not enjoy rhe visible, beautiful things of this world instead, we torture our souls with the invisible frustrations in our personalities. Bishop Sheen's great work tells us what we have forgotten that mon’t inner ten firn are retailed through Ged’i late only. And that our salvation can come only from renewed sontfet with the surging reservoir of energy and faith within ourselves. "Peace of Soul" brilliantly lights our wav. shows us anew the laws of nature and of Grace, rhe true answer to war, sin. gui the divine way to personal, mystical triumph of soul Perhaps no other book you will ever read will have as immediate and letting an effect on your life and bappinesa. Publisher's edition, 1.70. LIH UP YOUR HEART Simple, Practical Advice On How To Direct Your Thought* To Live A Spiritually Complete life Here Bishop Sheen's message of hope, inspiration and guidance to men and women everywhere' Even more than in "Peace of Soul." Bishop Sheen helps you to solve the problems of your daily life—to ease the tensions and simplify the complexities that continually arise us this troubled world. In "Lift Up Your Heart," Bishop Sheen says that every person finds himself on one of three levels. On rhe lowest plane are the people who are worried and frustrated. The middle level includes those »ho have attained rhe ability to examine themselves as they really are—who have acquired virtue and peace of mind But on the highest or Divine Level are those who have achieved the highest degree of purpose, happiness and fulfillment. Bishop Sheen gives simple, practical and detailed advice on how you can raise yourself from one level to the nexi higher level—destroy bad habit patterns and occupy your thoughts with truth and happiness instead of anxiety and despair. “Lilt Up Your Heart" is a priceless book for all who seek the goal of happiness, contentment, peace of soul. Pub. edition. I*.70. CRCATIVE HOMt DECORATING By The Xockeun Work wonders in your home with this newly-re vised manual! Contains 700 pictures, dozens of charts and "show-how’’ rooms Step-by-step meth ods. A volume for all real home lovers Pub lisher’s edition, 0*. SNIPS ANO SNAILS B» Lenin Baker Although she never in tended to become a teach er. Louise Baker was forced by circumstances to do just that. How she coped with a group of high-spirited “angels" at an exclusive bovs school makes a hilarious story you won't want to ais»! tn retain your membership. All selections are new. complete, well-printed and well-bound. And your books will be deliv ered to your door—ready to read! Seva Up Ta 60% The purchase of books from the Club for only $1.8*5 each —instead of $3.00 to $4.00 in the publishers' original editions —saves you from 35% to 50% on each book you accept 1b addition, the Family Reading Club distributes an outstanding "Bonus" Book free tor each four Club selections you take. When rhe value of the Bonus Books is figured in, you can save as much as 60% of your book dollars! Jain Naw Sand Na Maney If you believe in a book club which will appeal to the finest instincts of every member of your family, let us intro duce you to the Family Reading Club NOW, while you can get yaarr rhoire of ANY' TH REF of the wonderful books de scribed here—tw'o as your FREE Membership Gift, and one as your first Club selection- a total value as high as $23.45 in the publishers’ original editions for only $1 8*5! Send no money, just mail the coupon. How-ever, as this offer maj be withdrawn at any time, we urge you to act ar nvtce! this now with Mission Sunday is here. The chips are down: either we ex press courageously our Faith and Love, or, by refusing to make a heartfelt sacrifice, we aban don the wounded Christ on the frontiers of His Mystical Body, the Church. There are two things we can give to God: what we have and what we are. Despair riot of this modern world. It is full of those who do not spare themselves for love of God. Take the mission ary in China who was about to be expelled, and though he was strong and vigorous, begged the Communists to let him stay with the lepers, because he did not have many years to live. Then there is the Chinese priest who runs a ferry boat, and who takes on his midnight trip only those who take instructions from him, during the crossing. Another Chinese priest, after two and a half years in prison, supports himself by carrying coal in one hundred pound sacks for six miles each delivery. But he uses the trip as an opportunity to sus tain the persecuted Catholics whom he meets on the way. Several young girls arrested for being members of the Legion-of Mary were told by the court to give up their faith. The next day, they reported to the Ward Road Prison of Shanghai, saying they refused to deny the Church and were ready to go to prison. How proud we Catholics can be of our brothers and sisters in China Millions of American Catholics would do the same if the Communists took over here. We know this because of the sacrifices they are ndw making for the Holy Father's Missions, some sending $150 to educate an adopted son for the priesthood, others taking out an individual perpetual membership in the Holy Father’s Pontifical Society for $60 which insures them countless spiritual privileges now and after death others praying for the Missions on a World Mission Rosary which can be procured upon request and a $2 offering others by sacrific ing a luxury or a raise in salary. If God spared not His Son, what will you not spare? GOD LOVE YOU to the fol lowing to D.r. “Recently I be gan saving half dollar* Enclosed Davenport Site For 19*54 Meet Of NCRLC DAVENPORT, la.—(NC) The 1954 meeting of the National Cath olic Rural Life Conference will be held here, it has been announced. Bishop Ralph L. Hayes of Daven port. NCRLC president, will act as host. This will be the 32d annual meet ing of the group whose major aim is to promote stronger (atholic family life in farm sections of the nation. Executive director of the NCLRC, with headquarters at Des Moines, is Msgr. Luigi G. Ligutti. The organization has 10,000 mem bers among rural pastors, teachers, sociologists, agricultural agents, economists and farmers There are rural life directors in 94 dioceses. 'o«r 555 W. Brood St. FLETCHER IMS God Love You —...... Either We Express Our Love Or We Abandon Christ by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen A THOUGHT FOR MISSION SUNDAY The contYast between man’s sin and God s grace is tremen dous beyond imagination. When a guest arrived for'dinner, Da vid the rich man spared his own flock, but took a o o man’s only 1 a and dressed it for the guest. Man so often refus es to spare his own, even though he have it in abund ance. Contrast God who spared not His own Di vine Son to redeem us from sin. From this St. Paul argues that if God spared not to deliver up His own Son. then Should we not delher up what we have for Him? is $7 my savings up to date” to L.M. for $10. “This is part of the money won at a Rodeo. By the grace of God. I was a win ner” ... to R.L.L. "Enclosed is $10, part of the money I unex pectedly received caring for a neighbor's child. I would like to share my neighbor’s generosi ty with others less fortunate” ... to W.J.B. “This $150 is the amount I probably would have spent on my two weeks vacation. I am sure the poor in the mis sions would enjoy their vacation from hunger more than I would sight-seeing” ... to T.S. “I have sold some African violets—$7.50 worth. The extra $2.50 is in thanksgiving for many favors” to M.B.D. "We have revived the "sugar bowl” custom of sav ing for the Missions and send $3 as our first installment” to C.L.W. “Due to an allergy. I am unable to eat bread or any wheat product. It occurred to me that I could turn this into good by making a sacrifice for those who do not have bread to eat. “This $2.53 is 10% of an annuity I re ceive” ... to A L. for $3. “I wanted a pink pocketbook to match my gloves but after read ing MISSION I decided I could get along without it.” ... to R.K. for $2 26. “I am enclosing a small egg check but I will try to send a little every week in honor* of the Sacred Heart in pe tition for favorable weather for maturing of the corn.” Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the Most Reverend Fulton ,1. Sheen, National Director of The Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 109 East 38th Street, New York 16x. Neu York, or your Diocesan Director, Reverend James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbus 15. Ohio. HERE IS HEROISM A grandfather writes: “1 am going to walk to work ever day—15 cents daily makes about $3 58 a month. 1 can scrape the other $1.50 and I'll give $5 a month for the lepers. I hope It’ll help them.” Such sacrifice would be heroic in someone half his 4ure. God blew him and may his example inspire other*. Our LEPER FUND greatly needs help. Won't you help, too? 396 Catholic Missionaries Left in China HONG KONG—(NC)—Following the arrival of 46 Catholic mission anes here during September, there are now 306 left in communist China. Of those still in China 23 are Americans. 13 of whom are. in jail. Bishop Rembert Kowalski of Wu chang. a Franciscan from Calumet. Mich., was the only American ar rival last month. On« ether American priest reached the border but was turn ed back by the Reds for an un known reason. He was Father John Baptist Maye, a Passionist from Scranton, Pa. Since being turned beck has sent a tele gram from Changsha requesting funds. Reports from Shanghai state that Father Florencia Garcia, O.S.A., in charge of the Augustianian pro curatorship there, was arrested. SEWING MACHINES SALES & SERVICE ADams 1547 HOLY THINGS are the sacred vessels and other articles used at the altar. The aries. Perhaps Statue $30 Mass bell 5 Altar 75 Where la your ahareY ■ert payehaak aon how ataeh FM ea»h will .elf? r«o keep for rom Wil) ran apand penny or will yon n a «wial) portion lU the thinra yen’ll in the future E»- for a want en w•ith expense is always a great problem for our mission you like to give something: Sanctuary lamp $15 Candles, year’s supply 20 Mass book 25 GIRLSTOWN, INDIA, needs help. Send a mite to this great work. Fl Tl RE MISSIONARY IN NEED Sister Mary Giries has just started her two years training w with the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary at Achkout, Le banon. Her family cannot help her with the yearly cost ($150* of her training. Your help now will win her end less. grateful prayers and Heaven’s blessing. NOVEMBER MASSES for your beloved will be said at once. YOL NG JOHN A youth like the beloved Apostle. John, yearns to follow in the other John's foot steps to bring Christ to this people in India. He has Just started his six vears training. He is without the means 1* meet the yearly cost $1®8» nf training. Won’t you “adopt” him by giving him this help in an* install ments? You will share in his prayers and future labors. al) the monthly hilla anti obligation* a part of that payehaek Helento yo« .Stan •avmt »oqr ahara wow At Buekeye vm anioy the added proteatioa of in an red aaritura. BUCKEYE FEDERAL uwa« ms l»h assaeiitwa a aat M. maaaM *. taN AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR DOMESTIC AND NEW HOME Electric Sewing Machines in Port ables. Consoles and Desks We Service. Repair and Electrify 11 makes of Sewing Machines NEEDLES FOR ALL HOUSEHOLD MACHINES FREE PICK-UP AND DELIVERY ALL WORK GUARANTEED AMPLE PARKING FACILITIES Louie Stadlmayr—Owner Established 1911 “where sewing 'ichines are a business not a ^tdeltneu LOUIE'S SEWING MACHINE SHOP 923 Sullivant Ave GREEK CATHOLICS EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS Archbishop Macronitis, of Athens, writes: “Noth ing remains ef our institutions. At Zante the two churches, bishop's house and school for girlau everything was on fire when 1 last saw them. At Cefalonia the ehurch and rectory completely de stroyed. My few Catholics have been dispersed far and wide. 1 ask for aid for our Catholies who have lost everything of the little they had.” Re needs $2,000 to rebuild a chapel: for the furnish ings. $1,000. lour mite added to others will da it quickly. ■miW! ^i*i.*iui.i •y*M1awwHaww--wiT||»rw-t-lnnnMni1MTinrwwrltn-nr-|1Tij— tw— uttMin««iiwaimiHiiiiiiittuiitiiiiittii*mmttMniiui« «amHi'*niamHiitiuMi*iwuMtniniiiiiMUiMtmtiiiHnimiiHinMUNuuiMNuitMminiHiimun«.iniiiuuiMUiMUa MISSION SUNDAY TRIBUTE Many dioceses will observe Mission Sunday on Oct. 18. We would not let this day pass without a public tribute to Bishop Sheen and all the diocesan directors of the Propagation of the Faith for all their wonderful kindness and help to the Near East. ....Ull*lMU»Hl*MM*lMI|1|llM»MteJ.ail*i*lllllll»...imHMH.nm*HtM*tHlll,.lllllliHIIIUUM*Mmi.JMMM»t,l.1Hnu.**mi»^ .ai1lie‘».m-*»'—-IW-WW---------- ljjijineiimiiMMinmnaHiiinitiiimiiiiiiniiMinwiiiMmiwninmiMiiiimnMimiiiiwiinriiiiTiiiiiiieirnwiuiwwGniiiimmiiiwwiiMhiiiaM|R'!»rTTiniiiawi«iMHaiitiMGuijjiuji7j^l Altar ston* $10 Crucifix 25 Chalica 40 JORDAN REVISITED When *»ur new FATIMA SHRINE is built arrow the Jor dan. it can be truly said that Mary has revisited those scenes so dear to Her. Your mite will speed It along. A block ($101 will please Her Motherly Reart. With your gift, ask for Monsignor McMahon’s new pamphlet, ‘‘Rills of the Morning.” “I WAS HLNGRY Our Blessed Lord will surely look upon the help you send to the Palestinian REFUGEES from the land of His birth as a special gift for His birthday. Send a FOOD PACKAGE ($10) for Christmas. Useable clothing sent to our warehouse. 52-15 Flushing Ave., Maspeth. N. Y., is most welcome. Ask for “Sufficient Unto the Day.” It tells th* story of these people. |l.. Hear Bst (Dissionsjjh Cardinal SpallnMm, 8r«*idant Mtgr. Yhemat J. McMahan, Nart'l Sac'y land all cammunicaHant la: CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 4S0 Lexington Ave. at 46th St. New Yoric 17, N. Y.