OCR Interpretation


The Catholic times. [volume] (Columbus, Ohio) 1951-current, January 01, 1954, Image 5

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

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83007243/1954-01-01/ed-1/seq-5/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Canada To Present Gift
Of Sl-Million To Nuns
QUEBEC —(NC)— A decision of the Private Bills Com
mittee of the Quebec Legislature has paved the way for the
Little Sisters of the Poor in Montreal to accept a million dol
lar legacy which will be devoted to new quarters and assist
ance to Montreal's needy.
According to the terms of the
1929 will of Arthur Roy. wealthy
Montreal citizen, two-thirds of his
estate was to be left to his widow
for her use during her lifetime.
On her death it was to go to the
Little Sisters of the Poor.
The Quebec Committee was in
formed that the will contained
certain stipulations which could
not be accepted by the religious
community. Mr. Roy had stipulated
that one-third of the amount was
to go towards cost of purchasing
a site, and two-thirds towards the
cost of a building for hospital care
to sick and old folks but of the
French language only.
According to their constitution
•nd regulations, the Little Sis
ters must receive end cere for
needy old folks without distinc
tion of rice, color or reed. For
that reason the Sisterhood re
quested the Quebec Legislature
for a modification of the condi
tions mentioned in the will and
to allow it to accept the legacy
but through continuation of its
present regulations which observe
the principle of universal char-
Deflation Drops
Selling Price
Of Children
TOKYO, Japan-(NC)—“There’s
a brutal deflation here.” an Amer
ican missionary reports. “It is in
the price of children.”
Father Theodore M. Keuchmann,
Maryknoller from Manitowoc, Wis.,
states that the terrible food short
age has dropped the average sell
ing price of children from $30 last
year to as low as $3 this year. Ac
cording to pagan custom, needy
Japanese families still sell children
under 18 years of age, the priest
reported.
Father Keuchmann says the food
shortage is due to the flood and
frost damage to the rice crop.
Marian Year 1954
Pilgrimage* to the Great Shrine*
of
Europe and the Holy Land
By Sea And Air
Make your reservation* now
Write for free illustrated booklet*
INTERNATIONAL CATHOLIC
TRAVEL SERVICE
LANSEAIR
1031 Dupont Circle Building
Washington 6, D. C.
AUTOMATIC
BABY SUTTLE WARMER
nit
SCIENTIFICALLY
CORRECT
NIPPLE
AUTOMATICALLY
SHUTS
OFF BY
ITSELF
Dome holds steam for all over
warming of bottle. Heats to
correct feeding temperature
•very time—automatically.
Hoermle’s
GA. 2195 GA. 2196
1894 Parsons Ave.
Blacf suede and
Multi Suede with
platforms.
ity. The Private Bill* Committee
of the Legislature agreed to this
"in the general interest of the
poor and homeless."
In his will, Mr. Roy also stipu
lated that the building would be
known as the “Institut Arthur et
Antoinette Roy (Arthur and An
toinette Roy Institute) and that a
Mass be offered every two weeks
for the Roy and Montigny families.
These stimpulations will be carried
out.
It was reported to the Private
Bills Committee that Mr. Roy's
widow, who is still living, had
agreed to the provisions of the bill.
Ohio---------
News In Brief
CLEVELAND Death recently
closed the career of Stanley Pey
ton. nationally known radio person
ality, who was received into the
Church by the famed Father Pey
ton during the Family Rosary Cru
sade in the diocese of Cleveland
six months ago. The two were dis
tant cousins.
Mr. Peyton originated the famed
“Moon River” program, a mixture
of poetry and soft music for late
evening listening over WLW in
Cincinnati. He started a similar
program, “This Is Good Night”,
over WJW in Cleveland. Illness
forced his retirement last year.
YOUNGSTOWN “Full speed
ahead” in the city's fight against
obscene literature was promised
last week by incoming Mayor
Frank Kryzan. Kryzan revealed
his intention of asking P. Rich
ard Schumann, assistant city law
director, to “stay on for the dur
ation of the case.”
The new administration must
act now because Municipal Judge
Forrest Cavalier has ordered the
trial of Bernard Bloch on charg
es of “selling, distributing or ex
posing for sale” the paper-back
ed novel. “Down All Your
Streets.” Bloch was arrested last
August by Police Chief Edward
Allen, who will leave office Jan.
1.
CINCINNATI People of West
ern Germany do not expect war
with Russia, a German priest de
clared recently in Cincinnati. Fa
ther Johann Schmittlein. philos
ophy teacher in a Nuremberg jun
ior college, told the Catholic Tele
graph-Register that his fellow
Germans are convinced that Rus
sians will not wage a war unless
they are sure of winning. “And
they are not strong enough now to
win.” he added.
Father Schmittlein expressed
the view that Communist influence
in West Germany is weakening be
cause the German people are close
enough to the Iron Curtain to
know what life is like under the
Red regime in East Germany.
---------------—o-------------------
To Give Invocation
WASHINGTON, NC) Bishon
Bryan J. McEntegarl, rector of
the Catholic University of Ameri
ca, will give the invocation at the
opening session of the first an
nual program meeting of the coun
cil on Social Work Education in
the nation s capital. January 27. it
has been announced.
inaiire Year Fornitor* Hoot*
Aatomobil*
CALL
Pauline R. Joyce
MA. 3566
2# South Third St.
Colombo*
BLUE VALLEY
BUTTER
v Ai1
IS GOOD BUTTER
That's Why Million* Us* It
too!
An ouhtandinq casual
stylo which leads a
"deubl* life” (strael or
dress). Cushioned soles
bring th* clouds under
your foot.
AAA to B's
4 $ to I O s
RITCHEY BROS
200 E. STATE ST. —1373 GRANDVIEW'
Honored For Service To Youth
Fr. James Moynihan, who recently urged congressional investi
gator* to support increasing the compulsory school attendance
age to include high school, is shown here with two of his proteges
and Mayor Quigg Newton of Denver. The boys, Billy Swanson
and Walter Duffy, were star* in th* junior parochial league. Father
Moynihan has been named winner of the 1953 award of the Denver
Juvenile Court, given by th* staff of Judge Philip Gillie for out
standing service to youth.
“Escort of Exiles ...
Pontiff Writes Prayer
On Behalf Of Homeless
GENEVA, Switzerland (NC)—
The Pope's deep solicitude for the
homeless is demonstrated in a new
prayer he has written to “Our La
dy of the Emigrants.”
An English translation of the
prayer—originally written in Ital
ian has been released by the
News Bulletin of the International
Catholic Migration Commission
here.
The prayer reads:
“Most Holy Virgin Mary, Escort
of exiles, who trudge the roads of
all the world in search of work and
bread, look with compassion on our
situation and bless all who help
us you who have known exile
yourself, be ever mindful, we im
plore, of us uprooted by want and
of those, our brothers, who genei
ously welcome us to share in their
hard toil.
“O Virgin Mary, Help of Chris
tians and Consolation of the Af
flicted, be a loving mother to us
whom fate has forced to live far
from native lands, burdened with
apprehensions as we work tor our
selves and our families, with sel
dom a friend who can understand
our problems fully and in our fa
miliar native tongue. Invigorate
our flagging spirit.
“With your consoling kindness,
w’ith your strong motherly assist
ance, through your prayers of in
tercession. protect us in exile and
our anxious families at home that,
sustained as we all are by faith,
hope and charity, we may walk in
the fear of God, in submission to
His Divine Will, faithful to Christ
and His Church and thus may
(--------------------en-
Lower Saxony
Catholics Fijjht
For Schools
OSN ABR U ECK, Ger ma ny—(NC)
So-called “Christian unified
schools” are “unsuitable and even
dangerous for the education of
Catholic children,” declared Bish
op Wilhelm Berning of Osna
brueck in a pastoral.
Urging Catholics to resist at
tempts of the State ■government of
Lower Saxony to base the state’s
public school system on the “uni
fied” school (Gemeinschaltsschule)
the letter said:
“We Catholics demand for our
children Catholic denominational
school s,” (Bekenntnisschulen.)
Christianity in the proposed uni
fied schools w’ould be no more
than a faint breath or a thin layer
covering all non-religious subjects
that are taught. However, accord
ing to the counsel of the Popes
all phases of the children's educa
tion must be penetrated by the
Christian spirit.”
(Under the proposed unified
school system, children of ell
denomination* would attend the
same public school and would be
separated only for a specified
number of hour* each week to
receive religious instruction in
accordance with th* denomina
tion to which they belong.)
Bishop Berning declared that Ca
tholic insistence on Catholic pub
lic schools derives from natural
law and is also supported by the
1933 German Concordat. He urged
the faithful to be on their guard
against surprise developments and
added:
“Your Bishop expects you as cit
izens to raise your demand for Ca
tholic schools and. if necessary, to
fight for them.”
The Catholic teachers’ associa
tion here has denounced the pro
posed education law as being
“neglectful of parental rights” and
depriving large numbers of citizens
of their faith in democratic prin
ciples.
THE HOUSE OF TREASURES
Verhoff Jewel ert
Watches—Diamonds—Jewelry
1580 N High St. UN. 7149
Columbus I, Ohio
PRECISION REPAIRING
joy the fruits of redemption and
merit thereby earthly peace and
heavenly happiness. Amen.”
Attorney Hits
Methods Of
Film Censors
WASHINGTON—(NC)—The U. S.
Supreme Court has been asked to
declare State censorship of motion
pictures prior to their public show
ing unconstitutional.
Mrs. Florence Perlow Shientag,
attorney for the firm which dis
tributed the controversial French
Movie “La Ronde” in America,
filed a brief asking the high court
to set aside the State law under
which New York censors banned
showing of “La Ronde.”
After filing her brief, Mrs.
Sheintag told reporters that the
issue for the court to decide is
whether motion pictures are pro
tected by the freedom of speech
guarantees of the First and Four
teenth Amendments. Six states
—Kansas, Maryland, New York,
Ohio, Pennsylvania and Virginia
—provide for censorship of mov
ies before their exhibition, and
Mrs. Shientag attacked such cen
s o s i as unconstitutional
"thought control."
The New York State censors ban
ned showing of “La Ronde” in 1951
on grounds that it was “immoral”
and would “tend to corrupt public
morals.”
The Court, which agreed in Oc
tober to review the case, is to have
a viewing of “La Ronde” for the
nine justices in their conference
chamber on January 5. the day
before oral arguments are to be
heard.
Grail President
Dr. Lydwine Van Kersbergen
(above) president of the Grail
in the United States, has been
named consultant at the United
Nations in New York. She will
represent the International
Movement for Fraternal Union
Among Race* and Peoples. She
ha* been active in leadership
training for women in Europe,
Australia, Africa and America.
The Hammond Organ
Produce* organ music of cathe
dral quality in churchea of any
ixe Over 35,000 churches non
•njoy the
beautiful
muaic
of th*
Hammond
Or can
Write or
Call for
Demon
stration
i IS BROAD ST- MA 7541
Maa* & Deaaan Chime*
New Town A Country Store
3902 E RROAD EX. 3421
Bus Ride Denial Called
‘Close To Intolerance*
CHICAGO —(NC)— Denial of us transportation to paro
chial school children “borders close to intolerance,’ a trade
union publication stated in its December issue.
“In several of our states at present there exists the burn
ing question whether or not children attending religious
bt.^uis snculd bp allowed to use
the buses of the public school sys
tem,” the magazine said. “Oppen
ent* of such service contend that
such a practice tends to reunite
church and state and. therefore, is
unconstitutional.
“In Kentucky a group of so
called Christians think it sacrileg
ious that Catholic nuns be permit
ted t(T teach publicly—in their own
mountain schools where there are
no other teachers as well as no
other schools. In this there is def
initely a preference for illiteracy
rather than toleration of religious
ly-garbed nuns teaching kids their
reading, ’riling and ’rithmetk.
"To u* if seems very irrelig
ious that the Bible is banned
Large Families Honored
On Mother* t. Das
LISBON. Portugal (NC)—The
wife of the Portuguese president,
Mrs. Bertha Craveira Ixipes. dis
tributed prizes to the parents of
120 large families to culminate
Mothers’ Day observances here
A bouquet of flowers was given
to a hundred-year-old mother who
was married twice and had 18 chil
dren. six of whom are still alive
Novena
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAl NOVENA—
Mondeys St Mary Magdalene
Church Columbus 8:30 a.m.
(Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m. 5 K p.n.., 6 p.m..
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m 8:15 p.m.,
9 p.m.
ST ANTHONY NOVENA—St.
Peter's Church Columbus—
Tuesdays, 7-30 pm
OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU
AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris
topher's church Columbus
Tuesday, 7-30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St uadisiau* church,
Columbus Wedesdays, 7:30
p.m.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA—Holy Cross Church, Co
lumbus Change for Christ
mas Day and New Year's Day
only 12:00 noon, Mas* and
services. Novena devotions:
12:30 p.m. 5:20 p.m. 7:30 p.m.
SACRED HEAR-! NOVENA—
Sacred Heart Church Columbus
—Friday, 7:45 m.
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
NOVENA St Leos church,
Columbus—Friday 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St John the Evange
list Church Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA Holy Family Church,
Columbus—Sunday* 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO
VENA—St Aloysiu* Church, Co
lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA
St. Joseph church, Dover. Tues
day evenings, 7:00.
Pastor* are requested to no
tify the Cathode Times, PO
Box 636 Columbus when no
vena services are started or
resumed in order to insure
publication in *his column.)
Good Permanent Waves
Our Specialty
We give the Spiral,
Croquinole, Mach
inlets and cold
waves Also com
plete Beauty Ser
vic*
Air Conditioned
Queen Beauty Salon
74S 8 High St Colombo.
GA !«JS
CITY or COUNTRY
DRIVERS!
SAVE
Standard “acre** me board" proteeftem
nonassessable
Six month automatic renewal
Prompt triendly nation-wide claim aervree.
Over a million drivers insured.
low. "selected risk" rates
WHY PAY MORI?
Mor* you buy or renew—chock, eomporel
Phone, writ* or drop in today
BILL RAUSCH
271 S. Broadleigh Rd.
Columbus
DO. 5373 EX. 4035
FARM BUREAU MUTUAL
Automobile Insurance Co.
HO Ml OFFICt: COLUMBUS. OHIO
from our public schools. It bor
der* close to intolerance that in
private schools, like Roman Ca
tholic end Lutheran, where th*
Bible is reed and the Word of
God taught, school buses be de
nied all children attending such
school*. It i* th* height of asin
inWy that there be such a furor
over a few Cathslic nun* teach
ing in one-room school* in mown
tain communities where there are
no other teachers nor school*.
“If this be the kind of Amencan
ism of those who oppose the iead
ing of the Bible in our schools and
abhor the idea of anything Roman
Catholic, as indicated herein, then
let come the day when such Amer
icanism may be given an inglorious
burial.”
The commentary appeared in
The Butcher Workman, organ of
the Amalgamated Meat Cutters
and Butcher Workmen of North
America—API..
AW
Simmons made this model for those
who want Extra-Firmness with the famous
Beautyrest support. It's brand new
ciw in and see it!
Beaufyrestyi^^
This well known Standard model
is for those who prefer deeply restful
comfort and perfect support
SEE B0rn..MK£
YOUR
choice...
W
Both models at
the same priee
Bex Spring $09.50
Friday, Jan. 1, 1954 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—5
your dollar
S T-R-E-T ES
The LAFAYETTE hotel
Consider modern guest rooms—comfortable
and attractive
true Southern hospitality
convenience to all important activities
fabulous setting of glamour and
tradition
and you’ll realize the value
of your travel dollar!
Rafes
$7
75
from
628 St. Charles Street
NEW ORLEANS
FOR THE FIRST TIME
YOUR CHOICE OF 2
BEAUTYREST MATTRESSES
Beautyrest
EXTRA-FIRM
URNITURE COMPANY
FURNITURE STORE SINCE 1904
SOUTH HIGH AT RICH STREET
MAin 7781
BOTH NAVE SAME
BASIC CONSTRUCTION
BEAUTYREST CANT SAG
In ordinary mattresses (left), wired
together springs sag do*n together.
In Beauts rest (nghtl all 837 springs
are individually pocketed—act sepa
rately—can't sag.
B.
Nant of black tape on spine of
figure on ordinary mattress betrays
that ired-toeether sprine* »ae down
together. Result: distorted body, im
proper rest.
B. BEAUTYREST IS POSTURE-RIGHT.
Straight line of tape on spine of figure
on Beauty rest shous that each coil
adjusts to weight above it. Result:
perfect support, correct alignment of
organs, healthful sleep.
beautyrest lasts longer
Torture tests by U.S. Testing Co.
prove Beautyrest can take it.
Beautyrest lasted twice as long as any
mattress tested. Simmons guarantees
Beautyrest for 10 years’

xml | txt