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8—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Oct. 16, 1953
Many Columbus
Parishioners Lend
Helping Hands
A number of Catholic organiza
tions joined scores of clubs
throughout the city and county in
volunteering their services assist
ing the Columbus Tuberculosis So
ciety on the organization s Label
Day. In all, 279 volunteers address
ed labels on Christmas seal letters,
in the county's largest community
wide effort.
The project aimed to "address”
by label 165.000 Christmas seal let
ters between the hours of 9 00 a.
and 4.00 p. The one-day job
was completed by 2:45 p. m.
The annual Christmas seal sale,
only support of the Columbus Tu
berculosis Society—and its free
X-ray service—will take place in
November. The "labeling" opera
tion is the first in a series of steps
in preparation for next month's
Christmas seal mailing. The So
ciety is not a member of United
Appeals.
of Isabel Day were
In charge
Mrs S. C. Follmer, Westerville,
and Mrs. Victor J. Warkin. 741 Col
lege ave., Columbus.
Volunteers from Columbus par
ishes included Mrs. Thomas Mur
nane, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs Jos
eph Laufefsweiller. Mrs. Robert
Carroll. Mrs. Philip Ficocella.
Mrs A. H. Klee. Mrs. C. W. Lingo
and Mrs. Harry Brown.
Mrs J. Lynch. Mrs Kertz
Inger. Mrs Thomas Krupsick, Mrs.
William Kruse. Mrs. Charles Ixiech
ler. Mrs. Eugene Sullivan, Mrs.
Frances Craft. Mrs. V. J. Dona
hue and Mrs. William Dunn.
Mrs. Joseph Lingo. Mrs. Walter
Kulp. Mrs. Joseph Guth Mrs. For
rest Curtin. Mrs. Evelyn Miller,
Mrs. Kenneth Tafoya and Mrs.
Theresa Shaffer.
Want ads reach your best mar
ket, the sit-down shopper._______
ELECTRIC
For Reconversion
Large Stock
Motors and Controls
equipment
Infra-Red Systems
Electric Power
Equipment Co.
ST F. CHESTNUT ST.
TB Societv Gets Assistance on ‘Label Dav’
LINDEN
Hudson Cleaners
2H0UR SERVICE
2301 Cleveland
LA 3112 I A 12111
Circleville Fest Freeze
Food Locker
P. J. GRIFFIN
Owner and Operator
161 Edison Ave., Circleville, O.
IT PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES CLASSIFIED AOS
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Work on the Upper Church of
the Shrine will begin in 1954.
which has been proclaimed a Mari
an Year hy His Holiness Pope Pius
XII to celebrate the centenary of
the promulgation of the Dogma of
the Immaculate Conception. The
Blessed Virgin is Patroness of the
THE HERMAN FALTER PACKING CO
PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS
COLUMBUS. OHIO
Cut Flowers Potted Plants
Funrial Designs Our Specialty
Linden Florists
l4»at« Ds Mentis, Frog.
J140 Denone LA 1551
A* I *11 Buyers'
Circleville
PLUMBERS
SEWERS DRAINS
Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and
Dram Service. Phone Circleville
455
Guide
GOELLER'S
PAINT STORE
219 I. Main Circleville
THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
107 W. Main St. Phone 6
Ctrclerllle
0. P. Gallo
MEN'S & LADIES' TAILORING
18 N. 3rd St MA. 3623
4* W
TO THE RESCUE—Scores of organisations throughout the city
and couoty wore represented in the annual Label effort of the Co
lumbus Tuberculosis Society on Oct. 1. Volunteers, numbering 279,
donated a full day of service to the project of affixing address labels
to outgoing Christmas seal letters. The annual Christmas seal sale
will take place in November. Pictured above, admiring the new
Christmas seal for 1953 are, left to right, Mrs. Douglas Stanfield,
Westerville Mrs. J. P. Lynch of Our Lady of Victory parish Mrs
Ray Long, Elmwood ave., Columbus, and Mrs. C. W. Lingo, of St.
Catharine parish.
National Shrine to Rank
With Greatest Churches
WASHINGTON (NC) A Catholic Church being built
here will be one of the ten greatest religious edifices in the
world.
The National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception will
have a total building area of 77,500 square feet on one floor.
Its central dome will have more
than twice the diameter of the
central dome of famed St. Mark's
in Venice, Italy. Its total volume
will he approximately 7,000,000
cubic feet.
Not only because of its size, but
^Iso because of its importance, and
because of the unity and simplicity
of its plan, the Shrine will rank
among a half score of the greatest
churches anywhere, according to
its archtiects, Maginms and Walsh
of Boston.
WEDDING
specialists
Formal
Wear
Rentals
United States under the title of
her Immaculate Conception. To
raise funds for work on the great
church, the Bishops of the United
States are holding a nation wide
appeal. In most parts of the United
States, the appeal will Ip made
on December 6, the Sunday nearest
the Feast of the Immaculate Con
ception, December 8.
The massive foundations of the
Shrine are completed. These en
close a magnificent
which, by reason of
is the largest crypt
world.
Crypt Church,
its gross area,
church in the
Shrine will
Ths completed
have a length of 459 feet and a
width of 240 feet. It is cruci
form in plan and its dominant
feature will be a great dome lo
cated at the crossing of the nave
and transepts. The dome will
be 108 feet in diameter, and the
cross atop it will be 237 feet
high. A campanile, or bell tow
er, rising to the left of the fa
cade, will be 316 feet high.
The Upper Church of the Shrine
will have a seating capacity of
3.000. and a total capacity of 6.000
Its great sanctuary will seat all
of the some 200 members of the
American Hierarchy, plus several
hundred other members of the
clergy, and still have ample room
for the most colorful of
ceremonies.
religious
No Columns
building
masonry.
The structure of the
will be completely of
There w ill he no structural steel
columns or beams used. In this re
spect it is being built in a manner
similar to the great ecclesiastical
monuments of the past which have
endured for centuries. The entire
ceiling aiea will consist of great
vaults and domes that support not
only their own weight hut that of
the roof as well The thrust and
weight of these vaults and domes
will be carried to the foundations
through great piers and massive
walls.
The already completed founda
tions beneath the floor of the Crypt
Church are of reinforced concrete.
The most conspicuous parts of
these are four giant piers that will
support
Shrine,
square,
yards of
to carry
tons The font will carry a total
weight of 40,000 tons.
the central dome of the
Flach is about 65 feet
containing 1.100 cubic
concrete, and is designed
a weight of some 10,000
More than 250,000 cubic feet of
granite and limestone will be used
on the exterior of the building
Some 25 million bucks will go into
the great piers and walls For the
structure above the existing foun
datmns, 170.000 bags nf concrete
will be needed for 32.000 cubic
yards of concrete.
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Negro Is Pastor
01 French Parish
TOl LOUSE. Fiance—(NC)—For
what is thought tn be the first
time history a French parish has
a Negro pastor.
He is a priest from French West
Africa, in France to study, who
has been named temporary pastor
of a rural parish near here.
His parishioners have come to
regard him so highly that a num
her of them are advocating a per
manent priest exchange program
between France and its overseas
possessions.
BLUE VALLEY
BUTTER
IS GOOD BUTTER
Mother Seton
Testimony Fills
1000 Pages
ROME (Radio. NC) Some
1.000 pages of evidence and testi
mony are contained in a volume
being printed in connection with
the beatification cause of Mother
Elizabeth Ann Seton.
This was revealed here by offi
cials of the Sacred Congregation of
Rites who reported that all the pre
liminary work of gathering testi
mony has been completed and that
the cause is making good progress.
Mother Seton, who died at Em
mitsburg, Md., on January 4, 1821,
was a convert and the foundress of
the American branch of the Sisters
of Charity. She may become the
first native saint of the United
States if she is raised to the hon
ors of the altar.
According to the officials. Moth
er Seton's cause, which was offi
cially introduced in Rome on Feb.
28, 1940. offers "excellent pros
pects" for the future. However,
they cautioned against over-anxi
ety, because much long and ardu
ous work remains ahead
The next step, the officials ex
plained, will be a long study of the
testimony on Mother Seton by
members of the Sacred Congrega
tion, including a board of Cardi
nals.
When this study is completed,
there will he meetings of the
Congregation for study and dis
cussion of the merits of the beati
fication cause. If no objection is
raised at the first two meetings,
the third meeting will take place
in the presence of the Pope, and
a final decision made concerning
the heroism of the virtues of Moth
er Seton.
If this first stage of the apostol
ic process is successful, the Con
gregation officials added, the Pope
will issue a decree concerning the
heroic virtue of the Servant of the
God, She may then he called Ven
erable, but no public veneration
may be shown her.
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Death Sentence
Reportedly Not
Carried Out
New
XA.XTHE, Greece, (NC)
evidence has reached Bulgarians
living here that the death sent
ence passed on Bishop Eugene
Bossilkoff of Nikopol just one
year ago htfs not been carried out.
Amid the protests of the free
world Bishop Bossilkoff was sent
enced to death on October 3. 1952.
on charges of "espionage” for the
Vatican There were reports, never
confirmed, that he had been ex
ecuted.
According to Information receiv
ed here. Bishop Bossilkoff is now
being held at a prison in Plovdiv,
the largest Bulgarian city near the
Greek frontier.
The Plovdiv prison authorities
recently sent word to the Bishop's
house at Ruse, near the Rumanian
frontier, the information states,
asking that the Bishop's personal
belongings be sent to the Plovdiv
prison. The prison authorities have
also permitted food packages to
be sent to the Bishop, it is stated.
Confirmation that the Bishop is
still alive is also contained in a
speech made last month bv a pro
regime priest. Father Nikolai Ra
den. Father Raden stated that the
attempt of "reactionaries” to make
a martyr of Bishop Bossilkoff will
fall because the Bishop is still alive
No information has heen receiv
ed about the three priests sentenc
ed to death with the Bishop. The
belief is that they have been exec
uted.
also reported that another
imprisoned in 19.51, died in
April of this year. He is
It is
priest,
jail in
identified
Some 40 priests are reported to be
held in Bulgarian jails ai the pres
ent time.
See the
Hanna
Dealer
in Your
Commu
nity
HANNA PAINT
MFG. COMPANY
95
W.
It
That's Why Millions Use
Long Street
ATTSKSIGNOF
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Physchiatrist Dies
HARTFORD, Conn. (NC)
Archbishop Henry J. O’Brien of
Hartford, presided at the solemn
funeral Mass in St. Joseph Cathed
ral here for Dr. Edward L. Bren
nan. 53. co-founder of the Guild of
Catholic Psychiatrists and an offi
cer of that organization.
Celebrant of the Mass was Msgr.
John J. Hayes of Stamford, nation
al chaplain of the Guild
Cloverleaf* Set Harvest Party
The Cloverleaf Clubs are spon
soring a Harvest Party, as their
Fall project, to be held at the
Knights of Columbus Hall, Sixth
and State Streets, Saturday, Oct.
17, from 9:30 p.m. to 1:00 a.m.
The ladies pictured above, busy
with plans for the affair, are,
BUYERS'
CHARLES A. RILEY
Insurance Agency
All Types of Insurance
458 Cedarcrest Ave.. Newark, O.
Phone 4513
George W. Arensberg
PHARMACIST
176 Hudson Are., Newark, Ohio
SPECIALIZING
IN PRESCRIPTIONS
THE HUB
The Busy Store
Men's and Boy's Clothing
NEWARK, OHIO
Arcade
Drug Store
33
N. 3rd St. Newark
"Where Yom are alwaye
welcome
Tru-l'alue* Lsed Cart
West Mein Motors
WB8T MAIN PHONE MSI
Jnat 1 8t»p» Waat of Fifth Streel
TRAUB WITH THB
ROE EMERSON
1TORB
SHOES
BORDEN'S
Dairy & Ice Cream Co.
Phone 4053
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD
FURNITURE—GO TO
CARLILE'S
West Main at Arcade Annex
Ted's Jewelry
Newark
Phone 49242
7 Union St.
ALTMEYER
SHELL SERVICE
The Most Powerful Gasoline
Cor. Bnrkingham and Granville Sta.
Newatk. Ohio
Swanks Market
OPEN SUNDAYS
Phone 32151
45 Granville Newark
CEMENT. BRICK AND BLOCK
USED LUMBER
AND BUILDING MATERIALS
S. G. (TEDO)
LOEWENDICK & SONS
LINNV1LI.E ROAD
PHONE 6144
Deposits
Insured
THE
NEWARK TRUST
COMPANY
Member Federal Dapoait
Inaaranee CarperatiMi
left to right, Mrs. J. C. Krutko,
St. Augustine parish Mrs. Louis
D. Ranieri, St. Thoma* parish
Mrs. John Power, Sacred Heart
parish, and Mrs. R. P. Murphy,
Sacred Heart parish. Mrs. Louis
Paas, president of the Cloverleaf
Clubs, has appointed Mrs. Ra-
CLASSIFIED
SECTION
20e per line
Sard Ade Te
p. O. Rex
r»hws»» i*.
Automobile* Truck*
BRYAN MOTORS
Dsdge—Plymonth—Truck*
f2 S. Third Ph. 2»22
Boer Distributors
Schlitz, Burger, Gam
and Duquesne Beers
Dietributor in Lickins County
PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO.
Newark. Ohio Phone 2044
Carry Out*
MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT
COLD REER ALE WINK
PARTY SUPPLIES CASE DELIVERY
Open »:SO A.M. ta 1J1H P.M.
1*5 S Third »*_
FURNACES
ACME SHEETMETAL
(Max Kominar)
AUTH LENNOX DEALER
Coal Oil Gas
Stokers Oil Burners Gas Burners
Installations
Cleaning and Repairing
1210 Shide Ave._____________9003
Hardwares
Dalta Power Toole
Crane-Krieg-Flory
Hardware
8 Park Newark, O.
11
Real Estate Service
11 SOUTH 1H1RD STREET
248 ACRES
It room brick home. Bath. S room ten
ant hou«e. 40xS0 bank dairy barn. Alao
other necessary buildings. 176 acres trac
tor land. Some timber. Spring fed stream.
1175.00 acre. Many other farms for sale.
A. S. STEPHAN, Realtor
W. L. Wet,el Ph. S««24 S76S
41 N 4th Bl.Newark. Ohio
Saving*
A
Loan
NEWARK SAVINGS
A LOAN
CO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
14 W Mam
niorl general chairman Others
assisting the ehairman include
Margaret Duffy, Mrs. William
Feyen, Mrs. Mary Hannigan, Mrs.
Foster Hackley, Mrs. Albert Kor
bel, Florence Mainetti, Mrs. Dora
McIntire, Miss Agnes McCor
mack, Mrs. Frank Milter, Mrs.
Frank Montgomery, Mrs. Mabel
Moore, Mrs. Isrella Myers, Mrs.
John Peckham, Mrs John P. Rai
neri, Mrs. Robert W Rice, Mrs..
Joseph Sharp, Mrs. William Tay-
NEWARK
TELEVISION—RADIO
Motorola Radio and TV
Sales ana service
16S1
Sea Food*
1900 1953
Mauger's Seafoods
Fresh Fish Year Round
Oysters and Clams In Season
N E W AR K, OH IO
SEPTIC TANKS
VAULTS CESSPOOLS
SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED
MODERN EQUIPMENT
Myers and Son
63802 NEWARK 2261
Pra-Caet Concrete
SEPTIC TANKS
CONCRETH AND CINDER BLOCKS
W. I. MATTOX
Comer Ferry and Daniel Ave. Phene MS4
Newark Okie
Shoe Repairing
SHOPMODERNE THE
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Rata Cleaned Blocked Renovated
Shore Dyed Drv Cleaning
Fred Abraham. Prop
MS N Srd Si
Leo Reichert
Complete Insurance Service
Tel. 4*47
45 8. Sth St. Newark
HERTZ
DRIVE-UR-SELF System
PHONE 9M7
PEARSON'S MARATHON
SERVICE CENTER
FIFTH and CHURCH STREETS
Newark’s Finest Ser»ire Center
LEVIN'S
apX!,?.'.
ENDERS
2981
21 Summit St. Newark. O. Ph.
Where fo Dine
ANNARINO BROTHERS
NEW CENTER CAFE
Steak* Chop* French Fried Shrimp
Genuine Italian Spaghetti
DOLANS
Clothing & Shoes
59 S. 3rd St. Newark, O
EGAN
Funeral Home
Ambulance Service
Phone 3580
132 W Church Newark
& DELIVERY
SERVICE
DAY or NIGHT
Phone 34583 or 46601
SCOTT'S
“Home Furnishers
For Over a Century"
R.
FARR PLACE PH MM
The
John J. Carroll
Store
Newark
FRENIER SHEFT METAL SHOP
SHEET M^TAL WORK
ALL KINDS
FURNACES* SPOUTING
ROOFING
Cor. E Locus! and N 1st 2260
TOM STEVENS
lor, and Mrs. Warner Williams
Mrs. Walter Holden, 1171 Wil
son Ave., has boon appointed
ticket chairman. The party Is a*
annual affair sponsored by all
members of the Cloverloafs to
help the Sisters of St. Anthony’s
Hospital care for the aged and
ill. In addition, proceeds ore
used to purchase needed equip
ment for the hospital. Tickets to
the party may be obtained at the
door.
NEARLY AN ACRE
OF PRIVATE PARKING
IM
Egan-Ryan
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
tin iron awtiue iUl
GUIDE
•W.’AV.WAVAWAWAK
“The Store TAst fs Different”
FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES
*7-59 W. Main Sl Newer#
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Save at Penneys
J. C. Penney Co.. Ine.
Everything to Wear
E. PARR PLACE NEW AKE
O. D. HOLLAR & SON
Plumbing and Heating
62 West Church Street
Offies Phen. »»gj—Rae Pbena III)
letarrttr
The
Park National
Bank
OF NEW ARB
BONNIE'S
Beauty Shop
65 Flaek Ave. Ph. 2206
Machineless A Cold Waves
^wthorioed
Deeier
GOOD SERVICE AT
A FAIR PRICE
Goataiae Parts
BATTERIES S7.6O
(INSTALLS* IN COUNTY)
Walker and Battat
Phone
8618 107 K. Maia
HANLIN'S MARKET
506 East Main Street
NEWARK TERMITE CONTROL
FREE INSPECTION ANO ESTIMATES
Office 4450 PHONES Res. 52941
Bank References Newark, Ohio
NORTH PARK FLORIST
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Phone 6234 1237 Mt. Vernon Read
NEWARK SHEET METAL
Roofing Spouting Heating
24-Hour Service
141 Everett Ave.
MATESICH DIST. AGENCY
Budweiser Wiedemann's Red Top
Gibson's Wine
Newark, Ohio Zanesville, Ohio
CURRAN MOTOR CO., INC.
/Your Cadillac Oldsmobile Dealer
And Safety Tested Used Cars
102-108 East Main St. Phone 2213 Newark, Ohio
St.
Newark
BBBT BUY IN UBKH CAM
Phone 5046
Phone 3397
Clothes For The Entire Family
e«t Side of Square

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