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AD Nationalist China Names New Envoy To Vatican TAIPEI. Formosa (NC) The Nationalist Chinese cab inet has formally approved the appointment of a new envoy to the Holy See. He is Dr. Hsieh Shou-kang who will have the rank of Minister Plenipotentiary and Envoy Extraordinary. There has been no Chinese minister at the Vatican since July. 1949. when former Minister Wu Ching-hsiung resigned and Mr. Tchou Yin was named 1952, a Vatican legation was set up here in Taipei. Dr. Hsieh w ill not be serving at the Holy See for the first time. Following the establishment of diplomatic relations between the Vatican and China in 1943. Dr. Hsieh served as Chinese Minister until 1947. Born in 1896. Dr. Hsieh is a grad uate of the Ecole des Sciences Po litiques in Paris and has received graduate degrees from the Uni versities of Lausanne and Brussels. At the time of the Versailles Peace Conference in 1919 he was general secretary of the China Committee for Democracy. In 1929 he was ap pointed dean of the National Cen tral University in Nanking and in 1930 returned to Europe as charges d'affaires of The Chinese legation in Brussels. Returning Io China in 1932 ho served successively as a member REWEAVING Damages In Garments Expertly Rewoven Very Reasonable Prices Mrs. Norris, 1091 Say Ave. UN. 7020 2333 N. HIGH ST. AT PATTERSON Ambulance GA 5909 Office 24 E. Third Av*. Columbus, Ohio COMPLETE FUNERAL 3943 AD 5909 homu. charge affaires. In October. of the Legislative Yuan and as a member of the Treaty Commis sion of the Chinese Ministry of Foreign Affairs. After the out break of the Chinese-Japanese War he was sent back to Europe as director of the Chinese Cul tural Mission in France and Bel gium. After the French defeat in World War II he was named charge d'affaires in Switzerland, from which post he went to the Holy See in 1943 as minister. Dr. Hsieh has written several books in French and has had a play, “Broken Jade,’’ produced at the Royal Theater of Brussels. In 1947 he was elected a member of the Royal Literary Academy of Bel gium and in 1952 was named hon orary chairman of the Internation al Fine Arts Council in New York. Dr. Hsieh, a non-Catholic, has stated in regard to his new post: “I shall be very happy to return to the Vatican, where I was respon sible for establishing the first lega tion and where I have many friends. I have nothing but pleas ant memories of my time there.” -------------------o------------------- IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS In Time oj Need THESE FUNERAL DIRECTORS Experienced tn Catholic Funerals offer CONSCIENTIOUS AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE KELLY FUNERAL HOME WILLIAM J. 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Doten Ave. Columbus, Ohio Phone UN. 1233 Phono UN. 5477 Private Ambulance Private Parking Area Limousines for Weddings RICHMOND, Va.—(NC) Moth ers were told that in rearing their children they should “bring them up to God,” and not goad them merely “to make something of themselves.'’ Instilling in youngsters the idea that success is making "a name.” or a lot of money is “ugly advice,” Father John Huston, C.SS.R., told a nationwide radio audience. The Redemptorist parish priest offered this advice instead: “Urge the child, surely, to use his natural talents: God wants him to. But don’t set your child to think ing that worldly success is the real success. Don’t tell your child to ‘make something of himself’ mere ly. He is already Something: he is a child of God: God has already made him a success and his suc cess will be crowned if. at the mo ment of death, he still is what he was made: a child of God.” In this connection. Father Hus- St. Xavier Chorus To Sing Sunday The St. Xavier Male Chorus will present its second annual Festival of Songs, May 23, at 3:00 p.m at 581 S. High St. “America in Song” will be the theme of the concert section of the program by the chorus of 34 voices, under the direction of Terrence R. George. Miss Marfaret Dundon is the accompanist. Bud Gillis of television station WLW-C will serve as master of cer emonies for the variety section of the program which will present a number of acts. The program will close with additional selections by the chorus. A social will follow' with music provided by Bob Morgan s orches tra. Holv Name Notes Monsignor Harry S. Connelly, pastor of St. Joseph Cathedral, will be the principal speaker when the Saint Agatha Men s Club and Holy Name Society hold their annual Holy Communion Breakfast at the school cafeteria following the nine o’clock Mass, Sunday, May 23. Election of officers for the com ing year will take place following the breakfast. 1 405 E. TOWN ST., COLUMBUS It has been suggested that the men of the parish offer their Mass and Communion for the success and greater sanctification of their own family. Chairman for the brakfast is Henry A. Reinhard and vice-chair man is Charles E. Leach. -------------------o------------------- To Honor 2 College Heads CINCINNATI—(NC) Two uni versity heads will receive honorary degrees at Xavier University’s 116th annual commencement exer cises here June 9, it has been an nounced. They are Father Paul C. Reinert, S.J., St. Louis University president, and Dr. Raymond Wal ters. University of Cincinnati head. Father James F. Maguire, S.J., Xav ier president, said 350 degrees and certificates will he awarded at the exercises. Lay Retreats 1954 May 28-30 ............................ Men June 4-6 ........................ Women June 11-13 ..............................Men June 25-27 ........................... Men July 2-4 .................................. Men July 9-11 Men July 12-14 (midweek) Women July 15-18 Men LAY RETREAT HOUSE St. Therose Shrine 5277 E Brood Street BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Millions Use It Holy. Name Men PaylTribute To Marv Members of the Holy Name Society of Immaculate Conception parish, Dennison, are pictured above as they formed a line of march preparatory to entering Immaculate Conception church to honor the Blessed Mother and their own mothers, living and deceased. The event look place on Mother's Day. The men attended Mass and received Holy Communion In a body. In the background of the photo above may be seen the new parish school, now under construction. Plans call for its completion about Aug 1 ‘Bring Children Up To God’ Priest Urges In Radio Talk ton warned of “the monstruous forces of evil” in the world which raise obstacles to the spiritual well being'of a child. "To any mother whoso child is going or has gon« astray," he said, "I want to say this: Do not condomn yourself for his morel tragedy without cause. If with all good will you did your best for that child, no one, and surely not God, will bleme you. There were many more influences in your child's life than your own dear self You ask for him from Heaven the grace of a spir itual resurrection that is your duty and privilege But never blame yourself." Father Huston’s talk, entitled, “And What Does Stand For?” was given on the “Faith in our Time” program, produced over the Mutual radio network by the Na tional Council of Catholic Men. May They Rest In Peace DIXON, William I.„ 82, 3524 E. Broad St., Columbus, May 12, Holy Spirit Church. Survivors: two sons, one daughter, twelve grandchil dren, one brother. HEROLD, Mary Katherine, 74. 495 W. Rich St., Columbus, May 13. Holy Family Church. Survivors: Six sons, four daughters, ene sister, three brothers, forty-four grand children and eighteen great-grand children. MINTON, Thomas L., Sr., 72. 954 Mt. Pleasant Ave., Columbus, May 15. Sacred Heart Church. Survivors: his wife, Elizabeth, two sons, two daughters, thirteen grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and sev eral nieces and nephews, CALNAN, John L., Sr 60, 468 Walhalla Dr., Columbus, May 14, Immaculate Conception Church. Survivors: his wife. Grace, three sons, six grandchildren and two sisters. LEES. Pauline C, 56. Newark. May 11, St. Francis de Sales Church. Survivors: her husband, Robert, six sons, one daughter, four grandchil dren and one sister. WALLACE, Mary E., 85, Lancaster May 11, St. Mary’s Church. Surviv ors: two sons, five daughters, twen ty-six grandchildren, seventeen great-grandchildren and four great great-grandchildren. KRALS. George 68. Jefferson Hotel, Columbus, May 10. St. Pat rick Church. Sunivors: His wife and several nieces and nephews. SCHE1BECK, Anna E., 75, 858 Pearl St., Columbus, May 10. St. Mary Church. Survivors: ten nieces and one nephew. VENTRESCA, Michele, 61, 1499 Kohr Pl., Columbus, May 14, St. John the Baptist Church. Survivors: two sons, two daughters, four grandchildren and one brother. KILBARGER, Mary- E 85. Sugar Grove. May 17, St. Joseph Church. Sunivors: five sons five daughters, fifty-eight grandchildren, sixty three great-grandchildren, three sisters and one brother. KEMPKE, Allen L., 986 Kelton Ave., Columbus, May 14. Holy Ros ary Church. Sunivors: his wife. Margaret, one son and mother. WILLIAMS, Faye E., 42. 2671 Bellwood Ave.. Columbus, May 11, St. Thomas the Apostle Church. Survivors: her husband, Marion, one sister and a brother. The Hammond Organ Produce, organ mesic of cathe dra) quality in churches ®T any it Over 85.000 churches now enjoy the beautiful music of the Hammond Organ Write or Call for Demon stration 114 E BROAD ST. MA 754) Maas A Deagan Chime. New Town A Country Store 8902 E BROAD EX. 3421 A/- Marion Native To Be Ordained In Toledo. May 29 The Rev. Christopher E. Granger, a native of Marion, Ohio, and a friar of the Order of Minor Con ventuals, known as the “Black Franciscans”, will be ordained Sat urday. May 29, by Bishop George J. Rehring, Bishop of Toledo, in Holy Rosary Cathedral there. He will ing his first Solemn High Mass at 10:30 a m., Sunday, May 30. St. Mary church, Marion. Father Christopher received his early education in New Blooming ton and St. Mary, Marion, and later attended St. Charles Seminary. In 1947, he was invested with the habit of the Franciscan O r der, and spent his novi i a e year at St. An thon y Friary, Angola, Ind. o e s sed a Franciscan Fri ar Sept. 15, 1948 he went to Carey, O. for two years of Fr. Christopher philosophical training. In the fall of 1950, Father Christopher took up residence in Rensselaer, N.Y., where he has spent the past four years in theological studies. Assisting at Father Christopher's first Mass will be Father William J. Spickerman. pastor of St. Mary church, as archpriest Father Hen ry Westerhaus, pastor of St. Peter church. New Richmond, G. dea con. and the Rev. William Huber, seminarian at Mt. Saint Mary of the West Seminary, Norwood, O.. will serve as sub-deacon. Master of cer emonies will be Brother Campion Erdei, O.F.M.. Conv., of Our Lady of Carey Seminary. Carey, O. Solemn Benediction will be giv en at 4:00 p.m., followed by a pub lic reception until 7:00 p.m. in Moira Hall. Father Christopher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo W. Grang er, 531 E. Center St., Marion, and brother of Sister Mane of the Do minican Sisters of St. Mary of the Springs at St. Mary of the Springs College. Columbus. Bishop Hafey Dies At 66 Served In Scranton. Raleigh SCRANTON, Pa.—(NO—Bishop William J. Hafey of Scranton who died May 12 at the age of 66 was mourned by the 300.000 faithful of his diocese as funeral rites were held here. The Bishop, shepherd of the Scranton diocese for more than 16 years died at St. Mary’s Hos pital after a year’s illness. He had entered the hospital three days before his death. Solemn Pontifical Mass of Requ iem was offered at St. Peter s Ca thedral by Archbishop John F. O'Hara. S. C., of Philadelphia. Bishop John F. Dearden of Pitts burg, in a sermon, recalled the accomplishment of Bishop Hafey both in the Scranton diocese and in the Diocese ot Raleigh where he served from 1925 to 1937. HOW TO save money auto on insurance! If you're a careful driver you can get money-saving Farm Bureau auto insur- once. All policies are non assessable, automatically renewed. You get nation wide claim service. Over $19 millions in claims paid last year. Third largest mu tual auto insurer in Ameri ca. Compare rates any .. call with BILL RAUSCH 271 S. Broadleigh Rd. DO. 5373 EX. 4035 FARM BUREAU MUTUAL AUTOMOBILE INSURANCE COMPANY HOME OFfICF CO1UMBUS. OHIO In his address, the Cardinal stressed that the Catholic press “appreciates the freedom v hich it enjoys and is foremost in the de fense of the freedom of the press. He set forth what he said were “certain imperatives for the Cath olic pres- which always must be kept in mind.'’ but which “are not inconsistent with right free dom, but enhance right freedom and make it a precious thing Speaking of the general press. Cardinal Stritch said that “there will be a variety of opinions on public questions and this variety must be reflected in our press There will be hdnest differences, and these differences will appear in our pres "But there is a limit," he went on, "beyond which, in the name of freedom the press cannot go Is it the right of a free press to tell the story of ugly happenings in lurid language? It it the right of a free press to advertise the obscene? Is it the right of a free press to exceed the norms of propriety in picturing and tell ing of sex? “Yet these things do happen, and the happening of them is becoming more and more frequent. It is a commonplace to pick up a news paper today and to read the ex pression of honest indignation at the behavior of some public ser vants and other men. who should be an example in a community, and then to turn the pages and find in that same issue pictures and advertisements which certain ly do not reflect a sense of re sponsibility on the part of the press.” Stressing the great influence of the press and stating that “we must ask of it a keener sense of the responsibility which its free dom imposes on it,” the Cardinal said “Jhere was a time in our country when at least very much of the press enjoyed a high esteem.” No Censorship “However,” he continued, “we are only stating a fact uhen we Cardinal Sets Legion Of Decencx MONTREAL—(NC)—An organi. zation patterned after the National Legion of Decency for the evalu ation of motion pictures has been set up here by Hix Eminence Paul Emile Cardinal Lcgei. Aichbishop of Montreal. Known as the Catholic Cinema Centre for Montreal, the organiza tion will work toward making the motion picture a work of true edu cation and for raising the morals and dignity of man. it was ex plained. A classification commit tee will evaluate movies for spec tator categories and an informa tion committee will publish the findings of the committee. WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS k| i Current Return I/*/O Accounts db Insured To 510,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 78 South Third Street I------------- Onfy Ak&o I Gvaraotawd workmanship ma font 1»*rvie a CopyngM 1454 by Alate. Inc. Friday, May 21. 1954 THE CATHOLIC Cardinal Stritch Tells Press Of Its Duties, Responsibilities u CHICAGO INC) Freedom of the press is a God-given blessing in this country, but it involves a responsibility which the press must satisfy. If the press fails to measure up to its responsibility and exceeds, the limits which the moral law imposes on it* freedom “it enacts an injury to public welfare as well as the good of individuals/’ admonition was voiced here by His Eminence Samuel Cardinal Stritch, Archbishop of hicago, at the banquet of the 44th annual Catholic Press Association convention. He spoke on the theme Freedom ofi---------------------- Speech, Censorship, and the Re sponsibility of a Free Press tn a Free Nation.” say today that the press in our country has lost that high esteem, because it has failed in the re sponsibility which its very free dom imposes. We have no sympa thy w ith those systems of political government which impose a cen sorship on the press. This is. to say the least, very near to tyranny and deprives the people of knowledge and information to w hich they have a right. But the way to protect the press in its freedom is for the press rightly to sense the responsi bility which its freedom does im pose.” When the press has a keen sense of its responsibility, “it is able to mold aright the life of a period. Cardinal Stritch stated He charged that “much of the things which we regret in our day are attributable to the press which helped to bring them about, and said that “if we have a right sense of our social duty and our responsi bility to citizens and to people, we shall have a press which will be able to do ’more than merely re flect the bad things of the times. Turning to the Catholic press, the Cardinal said there are those who charge that it is not free be cause it must necessarily give the Catholic viewpoint and attitude Replying to the charge, he said. "This is not an infringement on freedom. Freedom, after all, does not warrant escape from the truth. The Catholic press ac cepts the teachings of the Church as true. It thinks in the ligh of these teachings it acts in the light of these teachings. Truth never shackles truth liberates. Within the truth, the Catholic press is free. Anyone who is fa miliar with the Catholic press in our country knows what di vergencies of opinion are ex pressed in it Always we are ready to present both sides of a debatable question “We do not want the sort of uni formity in the Catholic press which would come if every organ of the Catholic press presented the same news and comments. As long as the Catholic press acts the light oi rhe teaching of the Church and faithfully present' that teach ing. we certainly do not even de sire an unfortunate uniformity/’ Imperatives Going on to discuss “impera tives’’ for the Catholic Press. Car dinal Stritch said that one of its main obligations is to give au thentic news on Church happenings Here a sandwich is |ust as important as a whole dinner. EAT AT DOERSAMS 11-13-15 W. BROAD til. COLUMBLS. OHIO HERE'S THE ONLY WAY TO CHANGE FROM STORM WINDOWS TO SCREENS II k AUTOMATK Nothing Now! make first payment after August 1st JIM FUCHS LU.3085 all over the world. “Without the news of these happenings.’’ he said, “the public would not be well in formed and would not have suffi cient information on which to bast a right judgment.” Stressing that the journalist is a teacher, the Cardinal declared that another obligation of the Catholic press is to provide necessary back grounds so that the reader may un derstand the significance of the news it reports. Still another, he said, is to provide adequate com mentary on the news and problems of the day. These commentaries, the Cardi nal stated, “must be well thought out. They must be balanced and they must be informative. How can you expect a layman to think in telligcntly with the Church on many of the problems of the day unless he has help and guidance?" 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