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Columbus, Ohio COMPLETE FUNERAL SERVICE AD 3943 Dial 1185 May They Rest In Peace FRANK. Rose W., 1120 Sixteenth Ave., Columbus. May 5, St. Peter s Church. Survivors: One sister, nieces and three nephews. ALLNUTT. Helen, 51. 2268 ington Rd.. Columbus, May 4, Agatha Church. Survivors: husband Thpmas. one daughter, one sister, and a brother. KOTERBA. Martin J., 78. Parsons Ave Columbus. May Ladislaus Church. Survivors: sons, one sister, and six dren. 1598 6. St. Four grandchil- 87, 591 E. May 7. St. BENSKY. Antoinette, Wlyttier St., Columbus. Mary Church. Survivors: Two sons, one daughter, seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. BRASSEUR. Fred P. 52. 1877 Tewksbury Rd Columbus. May 6. St. Agatha Church. Survivors: His wife Mary Lou. one brother and a hiece. CUMMINGS, Samuel. 80. 690 Par sons Ave., Columbus. May 6. Holy Cross Church. Survivors: Three daughters, five grandchildren and one great-grandchild. FLESHMAN. Frederick N.. 76. Delaware May 6. St. Mary’s Church. Survivors: three sons, one sister, eleven grandchildren, two great-grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. YENJCHEK. Joseph. 65. 1876 S. Fourth St.. Columbus. May 4, St. Ladislaus Church. Survivors: His wife Mary, one daughter, sons, nine grandchildren, brothers and one sister. three eight 85, 97 CURRIGAN. Cornelius J., K Ardmore Rd.. Columbus. May 6. St. Catharine Church. Survivors: Two nephews. GOOD. Roser 51, Circleville, May 4. St. Joseph Church. BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Millions Use It RINEHART. Luzella. 54. Dover, May 4, St. Francis de Sales Church. Newcomerstown. Survivors: Her husband Albert, one brother, one sister and two grandchildren. SIX' A fi st. Her CAREY, Regina, 926 E. Broad St, Columblis. May 6. St. Joseph Cathedral. Survivors: One daugh ter. two sons, one sister, and THESE FUNERAL DIRECTORS Experienced Catholic Funerals offer CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE McNamara FUNERAL HOME A Catholic Funeral Home Upholding Catholic ideals. Following Catholic Principles MAEDER-QUINT Within the Finoncial Meons of Any Family FUNERAL SERVICE SINCE 1870 Ambulance Service Succomof to GArfield corf” s9HS/j six grandchildren, a brother. lx?o J„ 57, 497 S. SCHAEFER. Third St.. Columbus, May 6. Si. Mary Church. Survivors. Three sis ters. CAREY. Thomas E., 66. Dover, May 7, Immaculate Conception Church Survivors: One son. two grandchildren, one sister, and a brother. OGDEN, Albert A.. 75. Newark, May 10. St. Aloysius Church. Co lumbus Survivors: Five sons, two daughters, one brother, six grandchildren and grandchildren. one sister. two great- 34. 164 E. WILLIAMS. Sara E. North St., Worthington. St. Michael Church. Survivors: Her husband Quent. two sons and a brother. OESTREJCHER. Florence M.. 73. 741 S. Sixth St.. Columbus. May 4. St. Mary Church. Survivors: husband Anton, three sisters one brother. UN SX Cadillac Ambulance 405 E. TOWN ST., COLUMBUS Funeral Parlor* ARTHUR H. MAEDER A CO. J0S8 S. HIGH ST. Just north of Greenlaw’n Av 30 Years rendering the best possible Services at the least Expense, to our Chents whom we try our best to satisfy 1177 West Sth Ave., Cor. Doten Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone UN. 1233 Phone UN. 5477 Private Ambulance Private Parking Area Limousines for Weddings Soria! Planned Her and Oak RITTEL. Katherine C.. 1418 St.. Columbus, May 3. St. Joseph Cathedral. Survivors: One sister, four nieces and one nephew. WHITCRAFT, Racine V.. 64. Lo gan. May 3. St. John's Church. Sur vivors: One sister and a brother. o---------------— G. WASHINGTON, THAT IS I wonder where Washington went to relax when golf was un known. Kirkpatrick Funeral Home Washington C. 7777 New Holland 5521# “COVRTEOl'S SERVICE” In Time of Need Father Herman Haeck. S.J.. di rector of the International Fides Agency with headquarters in Rome, was chosen president, and Frank A. Hall, director of N’.C.W.C. News Service, was elected vice president of the Association. The other officers are. Canon Henn Marmier, director of KIPA. Swiss Catholic news agency, secre tary-treasurer and Dr. Karl Bring mann. editor-in-chief of KNA. Ger man Catholic news agency, and Dr. Jacques Hetzler, director of KNP, Netherlands Catholic news agency, directors without portfolio. The organization of the new As social ion was effected here during the Fourth International Congress of the Catholic Press. This Con gress had been organized by the International Union of the Cath olic Press, of which the Association of Press Agencies is now one of three constituent affiliates. Count Giuseppe Dalia Torre, ed itor of Osservatore Romano. Vati can City daily, was reelected as president oi the International Un ion. Mare Delforge, editor of “Vers Avenir,” Catholic daily in Xamur, Belgium, was elected president of the International Federation of Catholic Journalists, another affili ate of the Union. The third con stituent body ol the Union, the In ternational Commission oi Publish ers ol Catholic Journals, held no election because it is in the process of dividing itself into two sections, one tor daily and another for week ly newspapers. Invited To Caracas The International Inion has in vitations to hold its fifth congress, three years hence, in Caracas. Ven ezuela. or Vienna. Austria. A de cision will be made later. The formal organization of the Association of Agencies resulted from preliminary organizational steps taken during the third inlet national Congress which was held in Rome during the Holv Year oi 1950. A score of Catholic agencies from ten countries were repre sented at the sessions here How ever, six agencies represented at the 1950 meeting took the lead in the deliberations here and, in effect, became the charter members of the new body. 'These agencies include N.C.W.C., KNA (Germany). Kathpress (Aus tria). CIP Belgium). KNP( Nether lands), KIPA (Switzerland) and Fides Agency. Rome. They consid ered and tentatively approved the proposed constitution, which will now be submitted to the member ship for final approval. Membership in the Association of Agencies is limited by the pro posed constitution to news, pic ture or other national or inter tnrlay" LaFever By Plans are being completed for the St. Augustine PT A frolic to be held at the Knights of St. John Hall, 581 S. High St., from nine until midnight, Saturday, May 22. Pictured above are the co-chair men for the affair, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Doffer. Proceeds from the event will be used to purchase play ground equipment for the school. Tickets are $1.00 per couple. Door prizes will be awarded. Papal Letter Spells Out Limits, Scope Of Italian (Catholic Action ROME (Radio, NC) Catho lic Action cannot and should not invade politics but it does have the right and obligation to study social and moral matters according to its own viewpoint and make its findings available to public au thority. E. 8. KENNEDY, John J.. 70. 67 Tompkins St., Columbus. May Holy Name Church. Survivors: Five daughters, one son. three sis ters. eleven grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. This was the message of a papal letter to the General Assembly of Italian Catholic Action meeting in Assisi. His Eminence Adeodato Giovanni Cardinal Piazza, president of the episcopal commission for Catholic Press Agencies Form Association PARIS (NC) The inter national Association of Catho lic Press Agencies (Association Internationale des Agences Catholiques de Presses has been formally organized here. Its purpose is the “promo tion of the general aposiolate of the Catholic Press by estab lishing a world wide coopera tion of Catholic news, picture and of her services and to provide tor the protection of their common interests." PTA (,roup 3 J* Catholic Action, read it to the gath ering. The meeting reported disappoint ed leftists by its demonstration of unity, its dedication to its own ideals and its attachment to the Church and her directives. leftists had predicted a rupture in the ranks after it became known that there were differences between Dr. Luigi Gedda, president general oi Italy's Catholic Action, and Mario Rossi, who recently resigned as na tional president of the youth sec tion. The papal letter approved the meeting’s scope of discussion matters of a "predominately mor al character which derive from problems of housing, work and re lief.’’ In such matters Catholic Ac tion can and should make a prac tice of "furnishing conclusions and suggestions v hi ch authgiitie themselves cannot tail to take un der particular consideration," the letter said. Dr. Gedda, presiding at the meet ing. .-.aid that the organization, whose membership numbers three million, will continue to seek its objective on both the doctrinal and practical levels. o----------------- Once Occupied By Reds SEOUL. Korea —(Radio. NC)-~ Msgr. Thomas Quinlan, prisoner of North Korean communists for three years, has moved into the apostolic delegation here which communists occupied while he was their captive. national Catholic services thet have been recommended by the competent Catholic authorities. They must be engaged in the dis semination of Catholic news, pic tures and other material, and must be owned and operated by Catholics exclusively. General meetings of the Associa tion will take place at the time when international Catholic Press congresses are held, usually every three years, but other general meetings may he called. The mem bership will be composed of both active and associate members. Xgenci.es may send as many dele gates as they please, hut only ac tive members will one each. was offered by Father who is also national the Apostleship. have the vote— has its own sec constitution in- The Association ret ary, but the structs him to work in close co operation with the secretary of the International Union of the Catho lic Press. Other officers of the Internation al Federation of Catholic Journal ists include Karl Bringmann (Ger many). vice-president: and Jean Marie Morin of Montreal (Canada). Antonio Gonzalez of Bilbao (Spain), and Maurice Cariti of Paris (France), members ol the govern ing board. WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS a aw Current Return ■M/0 Account* JL /Z Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street The Hammond Organ Produce* organ n.u«ir of rath* drol quality in ehurche. of any ■ize Over S5.000 churches now onio* the heaiitlflll of lb* Cell for Demon* "Your Friendly Neighborly Store" HRItAII ST. 7541 Naw 1’own A Country Store 19S2 E. BROAD EX. 3421 CITY FURNITURE 2288 SULLIVANT RA 2577 WE Plenty el Premat 7» Week* TRADE Parking Delivery Te Per Fred Special Day Of Prayer Is Observed Bv Seamen NEW ORLEANS (NC) In the Apostleship of the Sea it “is team work in which everyone has a part,” Father Thom as A. McDonough, C.SS.R.. New Orleans port chaplain, re minded at the celebration of Apostleship of the Sea Dav here. Besides taking part in the nation-wide observance of Ap- ostle-htp of the Sea Day. the cele bration here also marked the 50th anniversary of the start of Apostle ship work in New Orleans and the 10th anniversary of the founding of the Catholic Maritime Club. 'rhe observance began with a Solemn Pontifical Mass in St. Pat rick's Church, across the street from the Maritime Club. Archbish op Jo-rph F. Rummel of New Or leans. presided at the Mass which IcDonough. Archbishop In hit rermon, the alluded to the Gospel story of "The Good Shepherd" and re minded seafaring men that no matter how far from land they may be, they still are His sheep. He reminded that the Apostle ship was formed to guard sea men against the spiritual and physical harm of wolves. At a Communion breakfast in Students Urged To Join Work Of That was the admonition given the students of the College ot St Mary of the Springs last week by Katherine Burton, noted Catholic biographer. Urging the students to take an active part in lay organizations. Mrs. Burton said, “We must have a Catholic faction to counteract the Communist “taction” present in nearly every civic group.” The author, who ha-. just com pleted a book dealing with the ex periences of an ex-Communist col lege protestor, told the students of Red iritiltration into PTA and other educational lay groups. A guest at the college for several days. Mrs Burton was doing some research work on a community pro ject she is concerned with at the present time. During her stay here, she visited Lancaster and Somer set, cities she writes about in her biography of the Ewings and Sher mans. Three Generations Discussing her technique in com piling data, she expressed a desire to see courses in biographical tech nique introduced into college, along with those courses on the novel and short story. Mrs. Burton extended her per sonal congratulations to graduate scholarship winner Josephine Vande Kerkhoff and Kappa Gam ma Pi appointees Ellen Qumlivan. Mary Jo Albright and Grace Fil terer. The girls were chosen for these honors by vote of the admin istration and faculty of the college. ICY COOL TROPICAL SLACKS That Won't Bag Or Sag! To Sizes 2S te SO. Plain or Pleoteri Front*. McFadden Clothes 22 Waef Spring St. Chittenden Hotel Bldg. the club following the Mass, Aux iliary Bishop L. Abel C'aillouet of New Orleans. Episcopal moderator of the Apostleship of the Sea *in the United States, recalled that the movement was begun in the 1920’s in Scotland and soon spread throughout the world He said that the work in this petus in World “The Church terested in its i country gained im War always has been in seafarers and has worked for them.” Bishop Caillouet Father McD6nough reminded those at the breskfwr "Christ en joyed the society of men who fol lowed the sea there was something so good in tho-c men by the Seas of Galilee and Tiberius that He chose them to be His followers.” I illf Of Archbishop Gisen Bi-liop Swint Of Wheeling! WASHINGTON The personal title of Archbishop has been con terred on Bishop John J. Swint of Wheeling by His Holiness Pooe Pius XII. it has been announced here by HLs Excellency Archbishop Amleto Giovanni Cicognani Apos tolic Delegate to the United States. a? “Take part in public affairs Our Holy Father directed in His Message to the women of Italy The future of the world lies in your hands.” Archbishop Swint’s elevation brings the total number of Arch bishops in this country to 36 in cluding eight who hold the title “ad personam The United State* also has one Auxiliary Bi-hop and one Apostolic Exarch who are Archbishops. Only hai/e the cleanest i kitchen in twin/ WITHOUT ©*K PARENTS MAGAZM Gted Heuwkef Guorantood workmaiuhip material*, »arvica Copyright (454 by Ahco, Inc. SCRUBBING Sister To Take Solemn Voms At Carmel Fridas Sister Mary of the Blessed Sacra ment, one of the first to receive the habit of the Discalced Carmel ite Nuns when they were estab lished in Columbus, will make her Solemn Profession Friday at the Monastery of the Immaculate Heart of Mary’. 20*15 Barton-pl. The veil ing will take place at 8:30 a. Saturday at a public ceremony, and all are united to attend Sister Mary of the Blessed Sac rament is the daughter of Mr. and Mr- McNeill.- of Philadelphia She af’onded Villa Mana Academy in Virginia and West Catholic High School Philadelphia. Sister entered the new founds lion of the Discalced armelite- in Columbu- July 16th. 1949 received the habit Jan 22. 1950, and made her temporary vows May 14th 1951 Sister is permitted to see vis itors Friday Saturday and Sunday at ’he speak room grille The Very Reverend Father Al bert of the Blessed Sacrament pro vincial of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers, will preside at Saturdays ceremony IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS REWEAVING Damages In Garments Expertly Rewoven Very Reasonable Prices Mrs. Norris, 1091 Say Ave UN. 7020 RA. 8413 *AL5C0 make first payment after AUGUST 1 DON McGUIRE KI. 0398 I oven see your Oven Have ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday. May 14. 1954 NOTE FOR SOBER THOUGHT Bartenders are paid more than school teacher- and they have Raise storm windows and presto there’s your summer screen Next fall, switch back to storm windows just as fast! Finest mesh aluminum screen in production for the home. Rustproof, never needs painting. 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