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Friday, Mar. 4,1955 IMPERIAL WASHABLE WALLPAPER Patton's Book Store WASHINGTON C. We Supply White Dress Shirts Work Clothes And Wiping Cloths INDUSTRIAL LAUNDERERS AND DRY CLEANERS UN. 1166 999 N. 4th St. Columbus, Ohio RA. 8413 Stoker i. Griesenbrock 189Q Mortgage Walter C. Krupp. Before Our Lord girded Him self to wash the feet of His Apos tles, He, the Eternal, girded Him self with our human nature to wash away the sins of the world. He is called in pro phecy the “Ser vant Lord," and of Himself said: “I am come not to be ministered un to, but to min ister.” Unlike us, there was SEILLER’S DEPARTMENT STORE "Your Friendly Neighbor" 2404 W. Broad St. and 2609 N. High St. SAPP'S FOODTOWN MARKET 2976 W. BROAD ST. ROOFING end SHEET METAL for EVERY TYPE CONSTRUCTION COMMEKC1AL OOVSBNMIfNT tNDCSTBlAL HO MIS SHIFT MBTAS Since 1891 THE GEORGE SNYDER & SONS CO. CA 5341 Winkels Quality Foods We Deliver 3369 Indianola Ave. JE 5465 .arrest Retail Yard FEDERAL Beef Pork ... Veal Suus a J. FRED SCHMIDT PACKING CO. SINCE 1888 JE 5414 Of ecialize In All Domestic an* Mountain HOMES OFFICES STORES CHURCHES SCHOOLS CITY DECORATING COMPANY 781 S. FRONT COLUMBUS i FOR CHARTER NO ANSWER LLL GA 1734 CURRENT \piVIDEND RATE Pres. Walter Zuber. Reasonable “The Finest in Bus Transportation” LAKE SHORE SYSTEM Call East Broad Street 1-6310 or CA. 1-5172 We Are helping to build Columbus by manufacturing f/exicore Precast—Prastressed-Monolithically Poured Concrete Rao* ond Floor Slabs Used In Manx Church** And SehooU ARROWCRETE CORP. 816 McKinley Ave. CA. 1-5506 God Love You------------- I Am Come to Minister, Not to Be Ministred Unto --------------by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen-------------- never any trace of reluctance to have leisure broken in upon, or repose disturbed. His desert se clusion was abandoned because the masses were hungry He came down from the mountain of Transfiguration to cure a de moniac boy on the plain on the Cross He turned a suffering Head to console His Mother and absolve a penitent revolutionist. In comparison, how grudging are our services! We read about His love in this column until it asks for a dime, or a dollar, or a thousand, for His persecuted in Vietnam, His starving in India, —and then we stop reading. How we insist on what others owe us, but how little on what we owe them for Christ’s sake. This “God Love You” column is as much dedicated to your sanctification as it is to housing the 80,000 lepers we have in our 225 leprosaria! We want them to have sulfone for their sores, but we want you to have salvation for your souls. You make the sac rifice, they get the sulfone and all of us are drawn closer to Our Lord and His Mother. Even though you have made a sacri fice before, this week give up three cigarettes and send us the equivalent for the Holy Father’s Missions. A Worldmission Bank will re mind you to sacrifice a few pen nies each day to help the needy throughout the world. Mail us a request and we will send you this Globe Bank. And while you are thinking of these sick, hungry and aged people that we aid with your help, look around your home for old gold and discarded jewelry. Send it to us it will be resold and that money will aid the mis sions of the world. Your willing ness to sacrifice will be your sanctification and their salvation. GOD LOVE YOU to C.J.B. “I am determined to give up smok ing for Lent, and so I am sending the $10 cigarette money I will save. Now I’ll have to stick to it!” ... to I.M.F. “I had planned to buy a new dress for our Prom with, this $50, but I have decided I would rather give the money to the missions so that there may be clothes for some poor chil dren ... to T.J.M. “This $10 represents the first month’s rev enue from my self-imposed ‘mis sion tax.’ Decided that since I pay so many other taxes, I would start one for the missions. All luxuries are now ‘mission tax able’!” ... to L.M.A. “The en closed $5 is a thanksgiving gift in honor of the Blessed Mother for a favor to a sinner.” Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to it and mail it to the SAPP, Joseph R., 55, Danville, Feb. 22, St. Luke church. Survivors: his wife, Frances 10 children, two brothers, five sisters. DOWLEY, Thomas P., 64, 783 E. Fifth Ave., Columbus, Feb. 22, St. Peter church. Survivors: his wife, Hannah two sons, a grandson, five sisters. HEINMILLER, Mrs. John, 66, 1514 Studer Ave., Columbus, Feb. 22, Corpus Christi church. Surviv ors: her husband, six sons, three daughters, 32 grandchildren, and two brothers. BUTLER, Herman J., formerly of Columbus, Feb. 26, St. Phillip church, Battle Creek, Mich. Surviv ors: two daughters, two grandchil dren, a brother and two sisters. TIERNEY, Joseph, 62, Ports mouth, Feb. 22, Holy Redeemer church. Survivors: his wife, Lena tw’o sons. GREEN, George A., 73, Somer set, Feb. 22, St. Joseph church. Survivors: his wife, Teresa five daughters, a son, two sisters and 21 grandchildren. WILLIAMS, Mrs. George, 74, Newark, Feb. 24, Church of the Blessed Sacrament. Survivors: her husband, a son, and a sister. McDONOUGH, William J., 82, formerly of Columbus, Feb. 23, St. Patrick church, London. Survivors: a son, a sister and two brothers. KESSLER, Mrs. Olivia, 74, for merly of Columbus, Feb. 24, St. Mary church, Lancaster. Survivors: one daughter. PENZONE, Giuseppe, 73, 191 E. Goodale St., Columbus, Feb. 26, St. John the Baptist church. Survivors: his wife, Maria a daughter, two sons, and 13 grandchildren. QUINLAN, Dennis, 91, Zanes ville, Feb. 23, St. Thomas church. Survivors his wife, Lida: four sis ters, two brothers and several niec es and nephews. HAFFLER, Oliver J., 46, former ly of New Lexington, Feb. 26, St. Rose church. Survivors: has wife, Evelyn a daughter and three sis ters. Dentistry Is Their Goal. In the freshman class at Marquette University, Milwaukee, School of Dentistry, are these three nuns studying with 105 men students. After graduation Sister Mary Christina (left) of the Society of Mary expects to be sent to a medical’mission in southwest Pacific. Sister Mary Florita (center) and Sister Mary Jessica plan to care for other sisters ef the Holy Family order at the Manitowoc, Wis., motherhouse. Milwaukee Journal photo. 120 Priests Believed Held in Slav Prisons BELGRADE, Yugoslavia (NC) Church officials in Yugoslavia estimate that 100 to 120 Catholic priests still are imprisoned by the communist government. The highest-ranking clergyman still serving a prison sen tence on a trumped-up charge of wartime collaboration with the Nazis is Bishop Peter Cule of Mostar. He is serving his eighth year of an 11-year prison sentence in Zenica, a small village in Bos nia. A Belgrade prelate, whose iden tity must be withheld, said Bishop Cule is suffering from tuberculosis but that the disease has been ar rested, and that he has contracted a blood disease similar to that which afflicted His Eminence Aloy. sius Cardinal Stepinac last year. Cardinal Stepinac still is con fined to his native village of Krasic, about JO miles away from Zagreb, Yugoslavia's second city. His health is reported to be rel atively good considering his dis ease. He is permitted to take daily walks near his residence. Cardinal Stepinac also was con victed of wartime collaboration and sentenced to 16 years in pris on. He was released late in 1951 after five years’ imprisonment. In January, 1953, Archbishop Stepin ac was elevated to th? College of Cardinals by His Holiness Pope Pius XII but he has never been to Rome to receive the Red Hat. Th* communist government will give Cardinal Stepinac per mission to leave Yugoslavia to go to Rome, but because of a Most Rev. Fulton J. Sheen, Na tional Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, 366 Fifth Avenue, New York 1, N.Y., or your Diocesan Director Fa ther James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbus 16, Ohio. May They Rest In Peace WILSON, Mrs. Martha I., 71, Somerset, Feb. 25, Holy Trinity church. Survivors: four sons, 13 grandchildren and a sister. O’HEARN, Miss Mary A., 786 W. Mound St., Columbus, Feb. 22, St. Patrick church. Survivors: three sisters. McANDREWS, Mrs. Arthur, 69, 490 E. Weber Rd., Columbus, Feb. 26. Immaculate Conception church. Survivors: her husband, a son, four grandchildren, a sister and two bro thers. SHAFER. Mrs. Teresa, Zanesville, Feb. 28, St. Thomas church. Sur vivors: five sisters, two brothers and several nieces and nephews. KING, Charles E 340 Oakland Park Ave., Columbus, Feb. 28, Im maculate Conception Church. Sur vivors: a sister and a nephew. JACOBY, Mrs. Clyde, 74, 1475 Sullivant Ave., Columbus, Feb. 28, St. Aloysius church. Survivors: her husband, a daughter, a grand daughter and a sister. HATEM, Moneer J., 54, New Lex ington, Feb. 28, St. Rose church. Survivors: his wife, Nellie five sons, three daughters and four grandchildren. McKENNA, James, Dennison, Feb. 28, Immaculate Conception church. Survivors: three cousins. SWICKARD Rental Agency 12 N. Third St. Rant* Sala* Lease* Proparty Managamant HEADQUARTERS For Parochial School Team Equipment Wilson and Spalding Athletic Good* Beck & Albanese Sportsmans Service 223 I. Long at Sth CA. 4-2887 George J. Igel and Company, Inc. Crone Service Excavating 501 Eaton Avenue CA. 1-6601 COLUMBUS B, OH II well-grounded fear that he would not be permitted to return the Cardinal has remained with his people. NC Correspondent Joseph Na politan and his wife visited Krasic in hopes of interviewing Cardinal Stepinac. In Napolitan’s words this is what happened: “In Krasic, about 100 yards from the church v/here Cardinal Step inac celebrates Mass two armed guards stopped the car and de manded to see our passports. They examined the passports and told us we could not continue on the same road, but would have to return to the main highway. Cardinal Stepinac'* name was not mentioned in the brief talk with the guard*. Instead of returning immediate ly we entered a small illage wine shop for a sausage sandwich and a glass of wine. There a Yugo slav peasant approached us and struck up a conversation in French. We left the shop, still talking generalities with the peasant and surrounded by a group of curious children. In a few moments the guards returned, told the children to dis perse, asked the peasant what we were discussing, and indicated that we should leave at once.” A Church spokesman in Zag reb said 23 priest* from Cardinal Stepinac'* diocese still are im prisoned. He estimated that the total num ber of priests who had served prison sentences was between 700 and 800. Priests are not permitted to criti cize or comment on government policies in their sermons Coal Co. Established 1924 Ralph J. Kramer. Sr. Richard D. Kramer SPECIALIZING IN RESIDENTIAL FUEL PROMPT CLEAN DELIVERY First Quality Fireplace Wood CA. 4-1277 28) W. MOUND ST. Night* Sunday* Holidays FAirfax 5798 Circleville BUYER’S GUIDE PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS Electric Koto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service Phone Circleville 455 DEFENBAUGH FUNERAL HOME Circleville 151 E Main St Phone 411 GOELLER'S PAINT STORE 219 ■. Main Circleville Circleville Fast Freeze o Food Locker o P. J. GRIFFIN Owner «nd apmstee 161 Edison Ave. Circleville OO THE THIRD NATIONAL BANK Wb«r« Service Predominate*' 107 W Main St. Phone 62 CirelrrtUi Ancient Church Ruins Found in Jerusalem JERUSALEM (NC) Ex cavations at the shrine “Dom inus Flevit,” where Our Lord wept over Jerusalem, have revealed the floor and the ower walls of a church, which appears to date to the Byzantine period, around the 4th century A.D. Reconstruction of this ancient shrine is being planned by the Franciscan Custody of the Holy Land. Funds for this purpose have CLASSIFIED SECTION 20c per line Sand Ads Ts P. 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Among th* Interesting dis coveries mad* in the course .of the excavations have been a large slab, beneath th* alter, bearing a Cross set in Mosaics, together with th* sockets in th* sanctuary floor of the four col umns supporting the altar itself. A considerable part of the mar ble sanctuary rail or screen, has been found. It is richly carved with wreaths and numerous cross es. A side chapel on the Gospel side of the main sanctuary has also been uncovered in the course of the excavations. MARION “s These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this section as a guide when buying. PLUMBERS SEWERS & DRAINS F. E. Robinson Plumbing Heating Power Digging 232 S. High Dial 3-1774 Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. 592 E George St Marion 2-2726. RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A Religious Gift *s Truly Appreciated Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silver St., Marion. Ohio SHOP AND SAVE Fin* Furniture For Th# Hom* MARION Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc. 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