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Broad CaesmoeeWi Pertrait Praaee Phoae 1386 Youth Xotes LOAN 48 W. GAY ST, LANCASTER BUYERS' GUIDE Information BEITER & FLEGE Lancaster, Ohio The Rexall Store PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan vote w JOHN P. KREIDLER Shoes of Distinction Phene 5727 203 W. Main St. LANCASTER OHIO GEO. B. SHAW ELECTRIC CO. 647 I. Main St. Phone 2783 baneaster EAST END WINE SHOP ‘We Cover '.ancaster Like rhe Dew” Phone 1464 LYENDECKER Sohio Service Station Broad A Chestnut* Monthly Holy Hour For Youth Set At St. Mary Magdalene The monthly Holy Hour of the Catholic Youth Adorers will be held this Sunday evening, August 15, at St, Mary Magdalene Church on Roys Atenue, The Holy Hour will begin at 7:30 p.m. The month ly devotion, sponsored hy the youth of the parishes affiliated with the CYO Council of the city, will be conducted by Fathers James Krause and Anthony Bor relli of St. Mary Magdalene. Council officers are urging all the young people of the city of CYO age to be on hand for the last of the summertime Holy Hour pro grams. The August Holy Hour ap propriately falls on the Feast of Wt PAY AND Johnny SHOWALTER Motors Home of DE SOTO PLYMOUTH 117 19 W. Chestnut St. Phone 58 THIMMES BROS. Quality Meats &. Groceries 351 S Columbus Lancaster Phone 809 Mt. Pleasant Greenhouse Formerly Acton Floral Co. “Flowers for all occasions*' Phone 522 120 S. Mt. Pleasant Lancaster Funeral rirectorg James H. Sberidan Sons Funeral Directors 222 South Colurqbu* Street Lancaster, Ohio TELEPHONE 4ie.1T Where to Dine JO-KAR RESTAURANT 1549 N. Columba. St. Phone 951 Business Announcements L-30 I _______ Beauty Shops_____ ____ BETTY'S BEAUTY SHOP Our ion* experience is your Beauty Auor snw 11** W. M..in Phene 142 PLUMBERS SEWERS I DRAINS Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. 211 Pershing Drive. Phone Lancaster 3663. Automobile Parts—Accessories QUALITY AUTO PARTS Pedriek Piston Rings Wagner Lockheed Brake Lining Rorg-Warner Product* Complete Auto Parte Mid Machine Shop Service Phone 701 410 N Memorial Drive Wanted—Real Estate L-59 DAVID A. MACIOCI REALTOR Complete Rea) Estate Service Office 4695 Residence 501 W Wheeling The Assumption of the Blessed Mother and the youth adorers will honor the Blessed Mother with the Rosary and special prayers. A social hour will follow the Holy Hour in the school hall at St. Mary Magdalene. AMP NOTES: Both Diocesan camps, St. Joseph for boys at Ixickbourpe, Ohio, and St. Rita for girls at Canal Winchester. Ohio, will observe the Feast of the As sumption this coming Sunday with appropriate ceremonies. A triduum of prayer was started in the camp chapels on Thursday night of this week and will be climaxed with candlelight processions on both campuses. The hoys will dedicate the newly constructed Grotto which has been a campers’ project for the Marian Year. The St. Rita girls will lead the members of the Catholic Women’s League who will be present for the annual Visita tion Day to the Grotto in the woods adjacent to the campus. The camps enter into the final Pow Wow period this coming Sun day to finish a successful year of camping. Special programs and games are on the program for the entire week ending with the galr “closing night” party. There are a few reservations available at both camps which may be secured by calling the camp office at Ca 1-5891. CAMP ST. RITA: ... 8th period winners of merit certificates at the camp were Linda Abrahamson, Kathleen Davis, Rhea DeWitt, Shar on DeWitt, Sharon Douse and June Lawrence of Columbus: Carol and Marie Bollinger of Zanesville and Arlene Kondrick of Williamstown, W. Va. Swimming race winners for the week were Ada Edmunson and Martha Flint of Columbus and Car men Rincone, Charlene Thomas and Martha DeWitt of Columbus. Twins Join Sisterhood MARYLHURST, Or.—(NC)—Twin sisters have joined the Sisters of the Holy Name in the Oregon Province. They are Sister Una Mary (Eileen McNamee) and her identical twin. Sister M. Agnes Ei leen (Una McNamee). Sister Una Mary recently took he’- final vows. Scout Chaplain Elevated BOSTON—(NC) Msgr. George M. Dowd, pastor of St. Church, Franklin. Mass., and na tional Boy Scout chaplain, has been raised by the Holy See to the rank of Domestic Prelate. 1682 Lancaster Raedel Hdwe. Co? 124 N. Columbus St. Lancaster, Ohio “Everything In Hardware.*1 DICKSON’S Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Meats and Beverages DELIVERY SERVICE Complete Line of Appliances Clothing for Entire Family Amanda Ohio __ ____ Amanda-2 Ziesier Tree Experts All Types of Tree Service SHRUB and LAWN WORK LANDSCAPING Our Insurance Protects You Baltimore Rd. 2S8S Light A Power WIRING and REPAIRS Commercial Industrial Residential FIXTURES ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES FULLY EQUIPPED FULLY QUALIFIED L. Paul Miller Electric Electrical Contractor WIRING CONSTRUCTION RESIDENTIAL INDUSTRIAL COMMERCIAL 1133 Memorial Drive LANCASTER 3757 If No Ans. Call Lancaster 5168 LANCASTER, OHIO Kodak Sappiwe Printing and xo bweelapta* 135 8. Broad St. Siring that makes ruga as they ware when new BINDING REPAIRING LAYING SERGING SEWING GUARANTEED MOTHPROOFING RAINS 506 Cline St. HI. 4-8395 COLUMBUS, OHIO CERTIFIED Refrigeration Service Walter Carney New Lexington, O. Phone 106 o ..jopoe: 11, loi S New Lexington Auto Wrecking Co. Sheeran's Opposite Court House New Lexington, Ohio estimated 13.000.000 Mary's RUC Catholic Youth Week Planned Doing the spadework for the observance of National Catholic Youth Week in the Columbus Diocese, Oct. 31-Nov. 7, are (left to right) Jim Boehm of St. Mary Magdalene Parish, president of the Diocesan CYO Council Nancy Koerner of St. Catharine Parish, secretary of the CYO Council Mary K. Ruddy of St. Agatha Parish, vice president of the National Council of Catholic Youth and Joseph Carle of St. Joseph Parish, Circleville, a member of the Central Deanery's Youth Council. This quartet will name a committee which in turn will map plans for the special week. Purpose of the ob servance is to emphasise the importance of youth, to call attention to the Church's vast youth program, to display young people's tal ents, abilities and resources, and to encourage youth participation in constructive projects. more people will topple behind the expanding Iron Curtain. About 1,200,000 of these are Catholic. Before Russian-based commun ism launched its new and mighty drive for world domination at the beginning of World War II. it con trolled the lives of less than 200, 000.000 people in the Soviet Un ion. Now it controls 784.950,000. Communism's biggest conquest in population came with the tall of the China mainland with its 450, 000.000 people to Mao Tse-tung. Its biggest conquest in Catho lic population came with the seizure of Poland with an esti mated 21,500,000 Catholics. Oth •r Iron Curtain countries with sizeable Catholic populations are: Czechoslovakia, 9,300,000 Hun gary, 6,125,000 Yugoslavia, 5,500,000 China, 4,000,000, and Rumania, 3,000,000. As the communist colossus strode across each country it wield ed a savage sickle which cut the Catholics from the Vicar of Christ in Rome and also cut them off from their own Bishops and priests. This huge almost “pastorless flock” constitutes about 15 per cent of the total Catholic body es timated at around 45.000,000. Based on the latest available in formation. here is a chart giving the Catholic and the total popula tions of the countries now con trolled by the communists. Total Catholic Country Population Population Albania .... 1.175.000 100,000 iKimsM« 145 Norfh High St A. 4-3288 New Lexington ‘S' (Home Of The State Champions) I1, Metzger Ip Ins. Agency i, Complete Insurance Service 113 N. Main 228 "EVERYTHING IN BUILDING” The Snider-Flautt Lumber Co. New Lexington, O. S. Zanesville,- O. Phone*: 700 Phone: 2-9375 Zanesville 3.0381 Adelaide's Beauty Shop 112 N. Main 138 I Quality Drugs D& Restaurant N. Main PERRY DISTRIBUTING CO. Distributors For Burger Duquesne Schlitz 63 Million Catholics Among 800 Millions Under Red Yoke (N.C.W.C. News Service) With the ceding of north Vietnam to th e Reds now in progress, the communist colos sus will have under its domination well over three-quarters of a billion people, 63.503,000 of them Catholics. From its Russian base this communist giant has placed the imprint of its merciless dic tatorship on almost 600,000.000 additional people in the past 15 years. About 55.500.000 of these are Catholics. More than 100.000,000 other Christians mainly Orthodox are among the Iron Curtain captives. As the systematic withdrawal of French forces is being made in north Vietnam, an 56.000 Bulgaria China ..... C’slovakia .... 12,340,(XX) Estonia E. Germany 18.541,000 Hungary ...... North Koreai Latvia ......... Lithuania ..... Poland .......... 7160,000 4 000,000 9.300.000 2,000 2.000..000 6,125,000 20.000 500,000 2,200,000 450,000.000 1,134.000 9,500,000 9,100.000 2,000,000 3,000,000 25,000,000 21.500,000 Rumania ..... 16.000,000 3,000,000 2 Columbus Girls To Receive Habits Al Villa Maria Two girls from the Diocese of Columbus will receive the habit of the Sisters of St. Joseph at the Villa Maria Motherhouse, Erie, Pa., Sunday. Aug. 15. Miss Eloise Graham, daugter of Mrs. Mary Graham of St. Gabriel parish and a graduate of Sacred Heart School, was accepted as a postulant in the Orde~ in August of last year. Miss Betty Stann, the daughter of Mrs. Alfred Byers, and a grad uate of Rosary High School, en tered the Order in April of this year. Three young ladies from the Dio. cese have been accepted into the Order for the proposed Columbus foundation. The Sisters of St. Jos eph expect to establish a Mother house in the Diocese at the ex press invitation of Bishop Ready. The first candidate for the pro posed foundation here received her habit in April, 1953. She is Sis ter Mary Colette, the former Mary Margaret Van Hoose of St. Mary Magdalene parish. Father Raymond Bauschard, pas tor of St. Mary Magdalene, and Father Janies Geiger, assistant pas tor at St. Joseph Cathedral, will attend the ceremonies Sunday at the Villa Maria Motherhouse. The Sisters of St. Joseph serve in the fields of education and mercy. They teach in parish schools and follow a missionary program for Catholic young people in the rural areas or in public schools. In the field of social serv ice. they assist Diocesan Charity Bureaus, conduct homes for chil dren, day nurseries and homes for the aged. The order is interested in consid ering additional applications from young women who desire to return to this diocese as teachers, nurses or social workers. Information may be secured by writing to Mother Superior. Sisters of St. Joseph, Villa Maria, Erie, Pa. or those in terested may call RA. 3638. Famed Holy Sepulchre Soon To Be Renovated JERUSALEM (Radio. NC) A series of sweeping changes will be made in the Basilica of the Holy Sepulchre, site of the tomb of Christ. The decisions were made on what to do about the condi tion of the basilica which is threat ening to collapse. The decisions arrived at include the following: The columns around the internal rotunda will be demolished. The small cupola over the Greek Katholikon chapel occupying the eastern nave will be removed. The “edicule,” or small shrine, over the actual tomb of Christ will be removed, pto\ided that all the religious bodies concerned sign an agreement to this effect. A new "•dicule," or chapel, will bo erected over the sepul chre This is considered en im portant move because the sepul chral rock wes last uncovered in 1555 although the present col lapsing edicule, considered by many to be "unartiatic," dates back only to 1810, when it was built by the Russian and Greek Orthodox following a destructive fire. The sagging facade of the basilica will be demolished and re built as far as possible with the same stones. Each religious community with rights in the basilica—the Catho lics. Greek Orthodox and Armenian dissidents must have a techni- 200.000.000 8.000,000 13.000,000 1.200.000 17,000.000 5.500,000 Russia N. Vietnam Yugoslavia Grand Totals 784.950.000 63.503,000 o------- Story By Springs Student In Josephinum Review The Aug 11 issue of the nation ally-circulated Josephinum Review will include “Shadow of Reality,” a story on racial intolerance writ ten bv Patty Fallon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fallon, 1459 Fulton St., Columbus. Patty, who will be senior class president at St. Mary of the Springs College this fall, won second prize for her story in the contest sponsored by Kappa Gam ma Phi for all Catholic college students in the country. A major Jn English literature at St. Marv. Patty is regional presi dent of the National Federation of Catholic College Students. She has also sold non-fiction and poetry to off-campus magazines. Handicap Institute Held WASHINGTON—(NC) Seventy priests, nuns and lay teachers from parishes throughout the country are attending Catholic University s fifth annual visually Handicapped Institute. Purpose of the six-week school, under the direction of Fa ther William F. Jenks, is to build a staff of certified teachers for handicapped students. Where to your share? rhe during a senes of conferences cal staff to supervise and care for their respective holy places within the basilica. 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