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Life sure would be tedious if we weren't getting ready for our trip to Heaven. UPHOLSTERING Wo Rebuild Your Furniture To Look Like Factory New FOR FREE ESTIMATE CALL Martin's Upholstering Co. 654 E Hudson St., at Beulah LA. 2313 Evos. LU. 7463 BLUE VALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Millions Use It The Hammond Organ Products organ mnsir of cathe dra) qoalit? in churches of an? •iM Over 35, OSS churches now enjoy the beantiful mosie of the Hammond Oraaa. Write or Call far Demon stration US E. BROAD 87 MA 7S41 Maae A Deagan Chimes New Town A Country Store S8S2,E. BROAD EX. 3421 inline ac irttf alriil i|rut .sty PRETTY summer charmer in slim half-sixas ommittee ft med For Newark Fete NEWARK Jack Bridcngardnci general chairman of the St Fran cis De Sales School Bazaai to be held Aug 5 7, has announced the committee members that will ,er\e with him and co-chairman (arl Burhard. Mrs. George Cubino will be the secretary Philip Young, treasurer, and Leo T. Prior, publicity. The St. Francis PTA is sponsoi ing the bazaar in cooperation with other parish groups, with the pro ceeds benefiting the school and the. parish. Mynatta sweelaqs this cool, delectable summer delight with sugar frosting on the big, beautiful collar via soutache and contrast colored applique trim. Superbly styled with a twice-the-price look ... of luxurious sheer cotton tissue honan that defies wrinkles and is a dream to launder. And like oil Mynettes, it designed to FIT without costly alterations! Exciting summer shades in sizes 12’/j to I 8/2. Other members of the general committee include John Callahan Harry J. Mulholand. Robert Bentz and Dan Callahan. —o-------------------- Guidance Center Director Is Attending Catholic U. Sister Francois. S.N.D., director of the Diocesan Guidance Center, began special summer courses Fri day at the Catholic University of America, Washington, D.C. Sister will participate in a Workshop on Exceptional Children until June 22, and will take re fresher courses in psychology and psychiatry from June 28 to Aug. 8. She will be in residence at Trinity College. Sister Francois has been director of the Guidance Center since it was established last September. REMEMBER JULY 3 Annual Orphans' Picnic St. Vincent's Send Your Laundry and Dry Cleaning To TROY Call Adams 7231 For Troy Boy Service Wear A Troy Finished Shirt A W' WEILBACHER’S DEPARTMENT STORE OPEN UNTIL 5:30 M. OPEN MONDAYS UNTIL 9 P. M. 464 S. Fourth St. 10.95 e (Mi Bieck North of Livingston) AD. 5761 AD. 5761 FREE PARKING IN REAR OF STORE A vd it 1 “4’" A 1 La, Despite 21-Month Ordeal Priest Steadfastly Refuses To Si jin Cbmmunist Confessions HONG KONG (NC) In spite of 21 months of solitary confine ment. daily grueling by seven dif ferent judges, days upon end with out seeing the sun, and constant cajoling and threats, a 46-year-oid Hungarian priest steadfastly re fused to sign the communist-pre pared confessions. This was revealed as the priest, Father John Havas, S.J., was inter viewed here upon his release from a Red China prison and ouster from the country. When first arrested, a rough young interrogator and a refined middle-aged woman tried alternate ly by abusive cursing and honeyed cajoling to get the priest to admit that he was an international spy. When these efforts failed, he was stripped of all his possessions ex cept the clothes he was wearing and placed in solitary confine ment. Each day he was brought before a different judge for questioning. The judge was enthroned high Above him and the priest was lock ed in a very low chair facing the judge. For two months he refused to answer any questions at all. When later he did speak, he mere ly' replied: "If I am guilty, and you judge ma so, you may punish me. But as for me, I neither admit your accusations nor will I sign your confessions that you have writ ten. They are not written by me and they would not be signed freely but under pressure." One judge was so angered by these words that he came down to the prisoner locked in the chair and with soldiers on each side of him tried by force to make Father Havas sign, but in vain. Father Havas reported that there were 15,000 people in the same Shanghai prison with him. Some times, he said, 13 people were jammed into a cell 9 ft. by 5 ft. Some died. Others went crazy. Still others were very sick. Some con- Study Club Officers Elected DOVER Mrs. R. R. Finley was elected president, of the Blessed Martin Study Club when it met at the home of Mrs. Katherine Wal ters this past week. Mrs. Ernest Lagatta was chosen secretary treasurer. The group reviewed top ics of study for the entire year and announced that a family picnic will be held in July. LINDEN Cut Flowerg Potted Plants Funeral Designs Our Specialty Linden Florists Laaw D« Santia. Prep. 2146 Denona LA 1111 Hudson Cleaners 2-HOUR SERVICE 2301 Cleveland LA 3112 LA 12111 Rosary Parishioner Designs Marian Shrines Tabernacle Soc Articles Durinc fessed and got better treatment. He was repeatedly told that if he would only confess to being an international spy, he could be sent out immediately. His answer was always the same: “If I am guilty, punish me, but I will not sign.’* On May 13 he was told to take his luggage and go to the first floor where a judge sat on a high throne. The judge read out what he said were the priest's crimes. When Fa ther Havas was asked to sign, he laughed at the officer and said: “For 21 months I have refused to sign these accusations. Do you think that after 1 resisted all your torture and bad treatment that 1 will sign now? I will never sign!” Th* officer moved threaten ingly toward him, and started to draw his revolver. But Father Havas calmly said: "I am no child. Don't try such methods. If you wish to shoot me, go ahead. If you would cut off my head, I am ready, but I will never sign." The priest looked off into space praying for help from St. Michael as the officer shouted curses and threats at him. Sudden ly the officer stopped shouting and led Father Havas into another room, gave him his baggage and put him in the curtained limousine which took him to the train. Novena Services OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA— Mondays St. Mary Magdalene Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m (Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 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, o I u u s— Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris topher's church, Columbus— Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. Ladislaus church Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. SORROWFUL MOTHER NO VENA Holy Cross Church Columbus—Fridays 11:30 a.m (Mass and services/, 12 noon, 3 p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. SACRED HEART NOVENA— Sacred Heart Church, Columbus —Friday, 7:45 p.m. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION NOVENA St. Leo's 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. I| INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA Holy Family Church, Columbus Sundays, 7:30 p.m. OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO VENA—St. Aloysius Church, Co lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA St. Joseph church, Dover, Tues day evenings, 7:00. Pastors are requested to noti fy the Catholic Times, PO Box 636, Columbus, when novena services are started or resumed in order to insure publication in this column.) Mrs. Ivan E. Pusecker of Holy Rosary parish, Columbus, puts finishing touches to some of the unique Marian shrines she has fashioned out of fish-bowls and old-fashioned candy jars. She demonstrates that Marian shrines need not be complicated struc tures to serve their purpose, that is to foster devotion for the Mother of God. The construction of Marian shrines for the home or yard is becoming a lavorite Marian Year project for many Catholics. Some of these shrines are elab orate, requiring the knowledge and skill of prolessional engineers, contractors, builders, etc. Others are relatively simple in design yet just as effective lor the purpose for which they are made, that is, to foster devotion for the Mother of God. Mrs. Ivan E. Pusecker of Holy Rosary parish. Columbus, has been interested in Marian shrines for the home for a number of years now. During the Marian Year, how ever, her interest was stepped up and she has made more than two dozen such shrines for friends and relatives. They are simple and attractive enough so as to hold a universal appeal. Mrs. Pusecker uses a large glass bowl, such as an old-fashioned can dy jar or a fish-bowl (cost from .95 to 2.00) into which she places a little earth, pebbles, moss and plants. The plants she has found most suitable for the purpose are juniper berries, ivy and spotted Wintergreen. She places a small statue of Our Lady into this set ting. adds a little water and then seals the top of the jar. The tighter the jar or bowl is sealed, the better. Nature will see that a balance is maintained be tween the water, earth and plants so that the shrine will retain its freshness for a period of several years or longer. According to Mrs. Pusecker. “Our Lady will smile her grace and blessing on your home.” As we talked with Mrs. Pusecker about her hobby, we soon discover ed that this was just one of the busy woman's interests. The mother of five children, two of whom are still in school. Mrs. Pusecker's first interest is. of course, her home. She finds time, however, to de vote to many worthwhile interests other than her home. She is Den Mother for Den No. 1. Pack 224 of Holy Rosary School. She is a mem ber of PCCW and PTA groups. Another of her many hobbies is CERTIFIED Refrigeration Service Walter Carney New Lexington, O. Phone 106 Wollenberg I PLUMBING & SUPPLIES s EE New Lexington 487-W llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllM o=====3OE3OE===IOaO I S New Lexington Auto Wrecking Opposite Court House Member* of the Tabernacle So ciety made 877 articles in this their 58th year, it was reported in the Society's annual report re leased this week. The articles included vestments, altar cloths and other altar linens, for use in missions throughout the world but particularly here in Ohio and the diocese of Co lumbus, Four candlesticks and one osten sorium were donated and one os tensorium and one chalice were purchased by the Society and were given to mission churches, one of which is in the Columbus Dio cese. The State School in Columbus, the Reformatory at Marysville the mission church at the atomic en ergy development center in Pike County, the Sts. Peter and Paul Seminary in Columbus, other Ohio missions, as well as priests and missions in other states and in India. Africa, the Philippines and other distant places have benefit- Kinsey Report Banned TAIPEI. Formosa (NC) An abridged version of the highly pub licized Alfred C. Kinsey report on “Sexual Behavior, in the Human Female” has been banned here by the Taiwan (Formosa) Education Department. photography. Still another is weav ing. A section of the Pusecker din ing room is devoted to a large loom and the intricate looking con traption. with Mrs. Pusecker at the controls, turns out a variety of items such as rugs, carpets and even draperies. Mrs. Pusecker says she is going to begin making new draperies for her home this spring. On top of these activities, Mrs. Pusecker started to school again this year, attending night classes at St. Mary Of the Springs College. She attended classes in creative writing and sewing and plans to continue in the fall when classes resume. As she spoke of her various in terests, it was quite apparent that during this Marian Year, her fa vorite project is her Marian shrines. It's her hope that many, many more Catholics will become interested in devoting a corner of their home to the Mother of God. where there's a choice i GAS is chosen for cooking Over 15%• of today's homemakers cook with gas. Gas is the choice for cooking in over 95% of the finest restaurants. Such overwhelming of superiority See Your GAS RANGE DEALER the ohio fuel gflS company •Wk*r» ga tt avWlekl*. New Lexington “g (Home Of The State Champions) I1, Metzger 4 Ins. Agency I, Complete Insurance Service K. JBL. JOZ A. JBL. ji. JC. Ja. J&. JUZ. JS. EVERYTHING TN BUILDING” The Snider-Flautt Lumber Co. Naw Lexington, O. S. Zanesville. O. Phenes: 7«B Phene: 2-S37S Zanesville 1-0381 Adelaide's Beauty Shop 112 N. Main 138 Pure Oil Co. TOM BISHOP Distributor New Lexington 257 & Restaurant N. Main PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO. Distributors For Burger Duquesne Schlitz ietj Makes 677 Its 58th Year ed from the charity of the Taber nacle Society. In ordei to finance the work of the organization, sales tax stamps and donations ate appreci ated Numerous articles are made for sale, beneiactois as well as annual members are welcomed and bequests are gratefully le ceived. The purpose of the Tabernacle Society is threefold To make Jesus Christ, in the Blessed Sac rament known, loved and perpet ually adored To repair the many outrages committed against Him wi the august Sacrament: To fur nish gratuitously to poor churches, the (or Divine Sei'M Members, numbering about twenty hoid weekly meeting at Notre Lame ornent to fashion the ai'ai hnens and vestments foi the missions Some baste, some stitch by ma chine, others do fine hand sewing Others who are unable to attend meetings, work at home and send in their handiwork which may be hand painting or embroidery oi hand-made lace. Father George Fulcher is the spiritual moderator for the group. Sister Maura. S.N.D.. is Directress Mrs E P. Stehie, president Mrs. W. L. Kappes, vice-president Mrs William Renner, secretary and Mrs. M. J. 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