OCR Interpretation


The Catholic times. [volume] (Columbus, Ohio) 1951-current, October 23, 1953, Image 12

Image and text provided by Ohio History Connection, Columbus, OH

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83007243/1953-10-23/ed-1/seq-12/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

12—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday, Oct. 23. 1953
HA\AA PAINT
«FG. COMPANY
Hudson Cleaners
2-HOUR SERVICE
2301 Cleveland
LA 3112 LA 12111
Circleville
PLUMBERS
SEWERS A DRAINS
Electric Roto Rooter Sewer and
Drain Service. Phone Circleville
455
Circleville Fast Freeze
Food Locker
P. GRIFFIN
Owner end Operate*
161 Edison Ave., Circleville, O
IT PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES CLASSIFIED AOS
itiw grt i I
Srni lkl” 'q
llllllifflmjtl I
THI FINEST IN
fTY
A Living Rosarv at Polo Grounds
In Naw York's Polo Grounds was held the 11th annual religious service of the Archdiocesan Union
of the Holy Name Society. Heart shaped formation of the Rosary included 1,600 girls of Catholic high
schools. Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, Auxiliary Bishop of New York, delivered the principal address.
Cardinal Spellman presided at the service which was attended by 75,000 persons. Following the
service His Eminence left by helicopter to make his plane connection for Rome.
Removal Of Healthy Organs
Permitted Cases
Three conditions must exist, the
Holy Father declared, before an
operation which causes anatomic
or functional mutilation is morally
First, the preservation or contin
ued functioning of a particular or
cause serious harm or
a threat to the whole
gan must
constitute
body.
it must be known that
Second,
such harm cannot be avoided, or
at least notably diminished, except
by a mutilation and the effective
ness of the mutilation must be well
established.
Finally, it must
maintain that the
of the mutilation
quences will be compensated lor
I Buyers'
Guide
GOELLERS
PAINT STORE
219 E Main Circleville
THE
THIRD NATIONAL BANK
"Where Servlet
Outlines Conditions
VATICAN CITY (Radio. NC)
healthy organ from the human body
ther development of disease in another organ may be allowed
in certain well defined cases.
His Holiness Pope Pius XII made this statement at an aud
ience here granted to 150 phvsicians attending the 25th annual
congress oi the Italian Urology So
ciety.
His address to the group was in
answer to a question on which it
has asked his guidance. The ques
tion concerned the removal of sem
inal glands as a specific instance
of a whole category ot cases.
be possible to
negative effect
and its conse-
Cut Flowers Potted Plants
Funeral Designs Our Specialty
Linden Florists
5140 Denune
Phone 42
107 W Main St
BUDGET-WISE
THE CLARKSTON!
Budget your travel like
alt your other need*!
This attractive, friendly
hotel offer* you every
guest comfort at the
minimum in cost. Spa
cious, comfortable
rooms, well furnished
courteous service
close to city activity.
I
Single Room..........
Double Room ....
Twin Bed Room ..
from $2.00
from $3.00
from $3.50
NASHVILLE, TENN.
Other Ingrem-Cunningham Hotels in
Indianapolit, Ind.—Tha ENGLISH HOTEL
Kalemaioo, Mich.—The BURDOCK HOTEL
Kalamaioo. M»eh.—The COLUMBIA HOTEL
to be Licit
Surgical removal of a
cure or arrest the fur-
by the positive effect, that is by
the elimination of danger for.the
entire organism or the lessening of
pain.
The decisive point. His Holi
ness declared, “is not that the
organ removed or rendered in
operative is itself diseased, but
that its preservation and func
tioning constitute a serious
threat for the whole body. It is
entirely possible that a healthy
organ may by its function exer
cise on a diseased one such a
harmful effect as to aggravate
the disease and its repercussions
on the whole body."
“It is likewise possible,” the
Pope continued “that the emoval
of a healthy organ and the pre
elusion of its normal function may
remove an arek for the develop
merit of a disease, cancer for ex
ample, oi in an case essentially
change the conditions of the dis
ease’s existence. II no other rem
’ti is available, surgical operation
on a healthy organ is permissible
in both cases.”
This conclusion is deduced, His
Holiness stated, in accordance with
the principle of integrity,
the custodial rights over his
which an individual receives
the Creator. This means, he
that every particular organ is sub
led to the organic whole of the
body and must .submit to it in case
of conflict.”
“Consequently," he continued,
“he who has received the use of
the whole organism has a right
to sacrifice one particular organ
if its preservation or function
causes the whole organism con
siderable harm which it is im
possible to avoid otherwise.
“Since you al firm that in (he rase
proposed only the removal of the
seminal glands enables the combat
ting ot disease, such a removal
raises no objection horn a moral
point of v tew .”
from
body
from
The Pope also told the physi
cians that they are not competent
to decide the lull issue matri
monial cases
ion based on their know ledge of
the
but only to give opm
medical factors involved.
—..... o—-
Arnn Bur* Kinsex Report
WASHINGTON (NC) The
I S. Army in Europe has barred
from its libraries all copies of
"Sexual Behavior of the Human
Female" by Dr. Allred P. Kinsey,
according to reports from Berlin.
According to unofficial explana
turns, the Armv "does not intend
to spend money on that kind of
book"
lor I S. servicemen.
general reading matter
MEN
18
Matters Stand
Joe Breig Says:
Alice and the Sales Tax
Alice smiled prettily as she
perched herself in a big leather
chair in the office of one of the
most important
ton. Her green
suit contrasted
fetchingly with
the red leather
and for that
matter she was
not hard to look
at herself. She
never is.
"Good morn
i n ,” Alice
chirped. “.You
are looking
grand.” She sighed. "So masterful.
So executive. So commanding. So
statesmanlike. So------------ .”
“And so confounded busy that
I can’t spare much time even for
you, Alice,” said the Important
Man. “You’re wonderful, and I like
talking with you, but------.”
“To the Point, eh?” inquired
Alice, tilting her head like a robin
listening for a worm. "Oh. very
well, then. Although 1 do think you
big men work entirely too hard. If
1 were your wife or your doctor—.”
“Alice,” interrupted the Import
ant Man, "please. To the point.”
men
in Washing­
Alice's laughter was a silver
trill. "Oh. dear.” she said, “I’d for
gotten already. Well, then—to the
point.” She leaned forward ear
nestly in the big chair “What s all
this silly talk I hear about a fed
eral sales tax?”
"It isn't silly,” said the Import
ant Man
"Of course it's silly,” replied Al
ice firmly. “It’s silly even for a
trial balloon, which is what I sup
pose it is, but whatever it is, it’s
certainly silly. That’s what you
it when you’re trying to feel
public pulse isn’t it—a trial
loon?”
“Your metaphors are a bit mix
ed,” said the Important Man, “but
1 think 1 follow you. Yes, that’s
what you call it. But mind you, I'm
not admitting that this is a trial
balloon. And it’s not silly, I tell
you.”
“You can tell me.” Alice return
ed cheerfully, "until you’re blue in
the face, but it’s silly all the
same. Every sales tax is silly, ex
cept on silly luxuries. But that isn’t
the worst of it. 1 suppose being
silly can be excused. But sales
es are downright wicked, and
know it.”
“I don’t know anything of
kind,” replied the Important Man.
“Nonsense,” said Alice. “You
men! Of course sales taxes are
wicked. You know why they’re
wicked, too.”
“Why?” inquired the IM.
“Must I really tell you?” asked
Alice. “They're wicked because
they're a method of taking the tax-
call
the
bal
tax
you
Indeceiil Literature
Pul To Lorch By
Philippine IIXS
MANILA (NC) The Holy
Name Society of Manila held an
immense bonfire of indecent liter
ature in the Sunken Gardens ol
Manila. Present was Bishop Mari
ano Madriaga of Lingayen. officers
of the Society, and thousands of
students and members.
At the center of the fire was a
fifteen loot, seven headed dragon,
holding one hundred copies of in
decent books inside. Bishop Madri
aga urged all those present to con
tinue the light against the circu
lation ol indecent literature,
cially among colleges and
school students.
espe
high
Holy
During the bonfire the
Name officials announced then in
tention to carry out a boycott of
the Philippine Education Company,
an American-owned firm which al
legedly has been importing large
quantities of questionable Ameri
can magazines.
---------------o----------- ■»—.
Catholic* Action .Medal
Goes to Bouton Judge
ST. BONAVENTURE, N. Y.
(NC) Judge John E. Swift of Bos
ton. past Supreme Knight of the
Knights of Columbus, has been
named the 1953 recipient of St.
Bonaventure University’s Catholic
Action Medal. It is awarded an
nually to a layman outstanding in
Catholic Action.
Judge Swift is the 20th recip
ient of the Catholic Action Medal,
first awarded in 1934 fo the late
Alfred E. Smith former Governor
of New York. James M. O’Neill, au
thor and lecturer, was awarded the
medal last year.
WEDDING
SPECIALISTS
LADIES' TAILORING
MA. 3623
es from the people best able to
pay, and putting them on the peo
ple least able to pay.” Alice’s face
stopped being cheerful. "A federal
sales tax,” she said, “would lie just
downright rotten. Every general
sales tax is rotten.”
“Why do you feel so strongly
about this matter?” asked the I M.
Alice struck the arm of the big
leather chair with a tiny fist. "Be
cause I don’t believe in discrimi
nating against fathers and mothers
who are trying to bring up good
American children to be the good
American citizens! That’s why.”
The I.M. grinned suddenly. Al
ice," he said, "you should take to
the political platform. You’re a
rousing speaker w hen you’re arous
ed.”
Alice tossed her head. “It won’t
be necessary for me, or anybody
else. 10 take to the political plat
form,” she declared. “You pass a
sales tax. and your party will find
itself looking for new quarters
quickly enough.”
"So?” inquired the Important
One.
“Yes,” said Alice emphatically.
“I’m sure the people won stand
for you penalizing a mother every
time s*he goes to a store to buy
shoes lor her children to go to
school in. or a new shirt for her
husband so he can look presentable
at work, and all that. A sales tax
would be a rotten trick to play on
parents who already are dev’lled
almost sick with high prices and
I don’t think the voters will stand
for it.”
“Well,” said the IM.,
entitled to your opinion.”
“Yes,” said Alice, “and
titled to take plenty of pot
that bag of wind you call a trial
balloon. Which is precisely what
1 intend to do.” And she flounced
out of the office, leaving the I.M.
stroking his chin thoughtfully.
you're
I'm en
shots at
DOLANS
Clothing & Shoes
59
the
S. 3rd St. Newark, O
Arcade
Drug Store
33
N. 3rd St. Newark
“Where You are always
welcome
Tru-I alue' I sed Curs
West Main Motors
1
WEST MAIN PHONE 5591
FKADE WITH THE
ROE EMERSON
STORE
CLOTHES—R ATA—FURNISHINGS
SHOES
II ’*8“ Waal Sid* Aquara, Newark
Th* Lad’a Star* a* W ell at Dad’a
BORDEN'S
Dairy & Ice Cream Co.
Phone 4053
WHEN YOU WANT GOOD
FURNITURE—GO TO
CARLILE'S
West Mein at Arcade Annex
Ted's Jewelry
Newark
Phone 49242
7 Union St.
ALTMEYER
SHELL SERVICE
The Most Powerful Gasoline
Cor. Hurkintham and Granville St*
Swanks Market
OPEN SUNDAYS
Phon* 32151
45 Granville Newark
CEMENT. BRICK AND BLOCK
USED LUMBER
AND BUILDING MATERIALS
S. (TEDO)
J* LOEWEND1CK & SONS
PHONE 5144
Deposits
Insured
THE
NEWARK TRUST
COMPANY
Member Federal Depoalt
Inenrane* Corporation
Camp ‘Rosary Factory*
Described By Ex-POW
CLEVELAND (NC) A “Rosary factory” was set up by
prisoners-of-war in a Korean communist prison camp, it was
recalled here by a man who spent 37 months as a PW.
Alphonse A. Baranski. a medical corpsman with the 21st
Infantry Regiment of the 24th
12. 1950. He recalled that during'
World War II it was said that there
were "no atheists in the foxholes”
and he added the same thing ap
plied to PW’s of the Korean con
flict.
He said his companion PW's set
up the “Rosary factory” in the
camp where he was held. They
found wood, carved small beads the
size of marbles and strung them on
wire, string or braided straw, he
added.
“They were crude," Mr. Baran
ski said, “but they were usee fre
quently. They were confiscated
frequently by our Red guards but
were replaced .’most as quickly by
the 'factory/ Every soldier who
died in the camp jvas laid to rest
with a Rosary in his hand."
Mr. Baranski recalled that for a
time ha was held tn the same pris
on camp with Msgr. Thomas Quin
lan. six-foot British Columban
priest who was a veteran of 40
years in the China missions. He
said that Father William R. Booth
of Brooklyn. N.Y.. a Maryknoll
priest, also was a fellow prisoner
for a time.
“The Reds actually were afraid
of Monsignor Quinlan.” Mr. Baran
ski said. “His six-foot 200-pound
frame commanded plenty of atten
tion, and he spoke their language
well.”
He recalled an incident when a
Red guard was heaping abuse qn
an American soldier prisoner. He
said that Monsignor Quinlan came
up behind the guard, lifted him in
to the air, set him down and com
mahded: “Now. away with you.”
He said the astonished guard lost
no time in taking off.
APPLES
WEET CIDER. APPLES, BARTLETT
pear*, Stiffer winter peer*, 81.25 bushel.
Cider, vinegar, kraut cabbage, onion*,
potatoes, fresh country eggs.
MOORE’S APPLES MARKET
221 E. Main St.
Automobilee Trucke
BIO AA MOTORS
Dodge—Plymouth—Truck*
62 8. Third Ph. 2522
Beer Dietributore
Schhtz, Burger, Gam
and Duquesne Beers
Distributor in Licking County
PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO
Newark, Ohio Phone 2044
MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT
(OLD BEER ALE WINE
PARTY SUPPLIES CASE DELIVERY
llprn 9:00 A to 12:00 P.M
103 8. Third »4M
FURNACES
ACME SHEET METAL
(Max Kominar)
A.UTH LENNOX DEALER
Coal Oil Gas
Stokers Oil Burners Gas Burners
Installations
Cleaning and Repairing
1210 Shide Ave........................ 9003
Hardwares
Deluf Power Tool*
Crane Krieg-Flory e
Hardware
Park Newark, O.
6.
Real Estate Service
*7 SOI IH I HIRD STREET
248 ACRES
12 room bru.-k home. Bath. 5 room ten
40x80 bank dairy barn. Aho
sary building*. 1’5 acre* trac
ome timber. Spring fed »tr*am.
8175 00 acre. Manv other farm* for aale.
I
other
A. S STEPHAN, Realtor
W. L. Wetrel Ph. 3s#24 S78J
41 N. 4th St. Newark,- Ohie
Savings A Loan
NEWARK SAVINGS & LOAN CO.
REAL ESTATE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
14 W. Main
Division, was captured on July
Mr. Baranski said that the Ca
tholic POW's managed to get to
Confession frequently while Mon
signor Quinlan and Father Booth
were in camp hut their Red
guards never knew it. He said that
a prisoner and one of the priests
would pretend to take a walk, dur
ing which the Confession would
be heard, while the Red guards
assumed the pair were only chat
ting together.
The prayers of his family and
friends brought about his release.
Mr. Baranski said he is convinced.
He added that with few exceptions
At *Jf
BUYERS' NEWARK GUIDE
CLASSIFIED
SECTION
20c per line
Send Ad» Te
p. o. Bei
Colombo* 14. O
See Foods
1900 1953
Mauger's Seafoods
Fresh Fish Year Round
Oysters and Clams In Season
NEWARK, OHIO
SEPTIC TANKS
VAULTS CESSPOOLS
SEPTIC TANKS CLEANED
MODERN EQUIPMENT
Myers and Son
63802___ =_NEWA.RI£__ 22fil
Pra-Catt Concrete
SEPTIC TANKS
CONCRETE AND CINDER BLOCKS
W. L. MATTOX
Comer Forry and Daniel Ave. Phon* M64
Shoe Repairing
SHOP MODERNE THE
EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
Hat* Cleaned Blocked Renovated
Shoes Dyed Dry Cleaning
Fred Abraham Prop
TELEVISION—RADIO
Motorola Radio and TV
Sales ana service
aeX“'.
ENDERS
22
THE HUB
mi
EGAN
Funeral Home
Ambulance Service
Phone 3580
132 W Church Newark
Leo Reichert
Complete Insurance Service
Tel. «t«7
42
8.<p></p>LEVIN'S
Sth St. Nevrai
The Busy Store
Men's and Boy's Clothing
NEWARK OHIO
& DELIVERY
SERVICE
DAY or NIGHT
Phone 34583 or 46601
Variety Club* Honored
Bv Steubenville College
2»»t
Summit St. Newark, O. Ph.
STEl BEN VILLE -(NC)—Variety
Clubs International has been se
lected as the 1953 recipient of the
Poverello Medal, tie highest non
at demic award made by the Col
lege of Steubenville, the college
board of honors and awards has
announced.
Variety Clubs International was
selected for the honor for their
assistance and contributions to civ
ic and charitable movements and
for their countless humanitarian
activities designed to alleviate the
misfortunes that befall the under
privileged child.
----i--------------o------------
To Publish Saint-* Diarv
PARIS (NO The original
text of the diary of St. Therese of
the Child Jesus is to he published
here, it has been announced by Fa
ther Francois de SainteMarie,
O.C.D.
all the men of his camp upon their
release made it their business to
see their chaplain.
NEARLY AN ACRE
OF PRIVATE PARKING
Egan-Ryan
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
usi iiou a atnius tut
Where To Dine
ANNARINO BROTHERS
NEW CENTER CAFE
Steak* Chops French Fried Shrimp
Genuine Italian Spaghetti
72 E. Main St.. Newark. O.
HERTZ
DRIVE-UR-SELF System
PHONE 90S"
PEARSON'S MARATHON
SERVICE CENTER
FIFTH and CHURCH STREETS
Newark’s Finest Service Center
George W. Aren&berg
PHARMACIST
1T
Hndaon Are., Newark. Ohie
SPECIALIZING
IN PRESCRIPTIONS
.V.WAVAV.’AVAVAWA
"Tfce Stere Thai It Difftrmt"
FURNITURE A ACCESSORIES
Newark
57-59 W. Main St
Sarne* Integrity
The
Park National
Bank
OF NEWARK
BONNIE'S
Beauty Shop
Fleek Ave. Ph. 2206
65
Machineless & Cold Waves
HANLIN'S MARKET
506 East Main Street
NEWARK TERMITE CONTROL
FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES
Office 4450 PHONES Res. 52941
Bank References Newark, Ohie
TOM STEVENS
NORTH PARK FLORIST
FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS
Phone 6234 1237 Mt. Vernon Road
NEWARK SHEET METAL
Roofing Spouting Heating
24-Hour Service
141 Everott Ave.
MATESICH DIST. AGENCY
Budweiser Wiedemann's Red Top
Gibson's Wine
Newark, Ohio Zanesville, Ohio
Phone 5046
Phone 3397
Clothes For The Entire Family
JTegt Side of Square

xml | txt