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1ft—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday. May 20.1955
Prelate Outlines Role
Of Catholic Hospitals
ST. LOUIS (NC) A Catholic hospital is more than
just a social agency. Archbishop Karl J. Alter of Cincinnati
reminded some 6,000 delegates to the Catholic Hospital As
sociation Convention here.
It is, instead, “a living expression of the spirit, the teach
ing. and the example of Christ,” he said.
Since is primarily a relig
ious institution, "the technical,
professional, and administrative
aspects of the hospital must nev
er be permitted to take prece
dence over the spiritual and re
ligious," the Prelate declared.
part
hos
pro-
to-
And since it is an integral
of the Church, “the Catholic
pital must in its development
gram be subordinate in any
cese to the total organization set
up for the welfare of souls,” he
aaid.
Archbishop Alter, who is chair
man of the administrative board of
the National Catholic Welfare Con
ference (NCWC), gave the sermon
•t the Pontifical High Mass in St.
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Louis Cathedral opening the 40th
annual convention of the Hospital
Association.
Archbishop Alter said that “any
failure to make use of the very
best scientific knowledge available,
and any specious attempt to justify
neglect ot professional, skill and
technique would be unworthy of
religion and a contradiction of the
virtues of justice, charity and pru
dence which are inspired by relig
ion.”
While any hospital provides so
cial benefits to its community, he
said, a Catholic hospital "must be
not only an institution of social
service, but an institution of Chris
tian charity.”
‘‘Charity is a virtue, social serv
ice is a technique or a method, he
stated.
"Charity is intimately associated
with religion: social work is an
adaptation of scientific knowl
edge.”
“Charity implies an attitude of
benevolence toward God and our
neighbor social work implies an
attitude of research and adminis
trative efficiency.”
Charity is a thing of the spirit
social work is a thing of the mind.”
Explaining that the true mean
ing of charity is love, the Arch
bishop said: "It is the spirit and
the motive which count and
unless these reflect the mind
and heart of Christ no Catholic
hospital would be worthy of its
name."
The spirit of Christ in identi
fying Himself with the poor and
afflicted must pervade the Catholic
hospital and distinguish it. he said.
Referring to the theme of the
convention. “The Road Ahead.” he
stated that it was well to remem
ber that in these days of accredit
ing and standardizing agencies, the
Church is “the final authority.”
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Students Work on TB Project
"Focusing" a mock TV camera, Kav Kaiser, a sophomore at St.
Mary's High School, times Carol Dehl, a junior at St. Joseph's
Academy, as she reads a 20 second TV soot announcement about
tuberculosis. Both are participating in the "TV Spotlights TB"
school project sponsored by WBKS-TV, Columbus Gallery of Fine
Arts, and the Tuberculosis Society.
Motion Pictures Classified
Following- is a list of motion pictures
reviewed and classified by the National
Council of the Legion of Decency.
Class A Section 1 Unobjectionable
for general patronage.
Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy,
African Adventure, Animal Farm, An
napolis Story, Athena, Atomic Kid, Arrow
in the Dust.
Battle Taxi Black Horse Canyon, Blaek
Knight, Bob Mathias Story, Black Dakotas,
Bounty Hunters, Brtgadoon, Bright Road.
Cattle Queen of Montana, Canyon Cross
roads. Challenge the Wild, Cinerama Holi
day (U.S.A, prints.)
Detective, Devil Girl From Mars, Devil's
Harbor. Diamond Wizard, Dragnet.
Eternal See.
Glass Slipper, Gun That Won the West.
The.
High Society, Hunters of the Deep,
It Came rom Beneath the Sea.
Killer Leopard. Killers From Space.
Littlest Outlaw, The Living Desert,
Living It Up. Long Gray Line.
Ma and Pa Kettle at Waikiki, Man
Called Peter, Man From Bitter Ridge,
Marshalls in Disguise.
Operation Manhunt, Out of Thia World,
Outlaw’s Son.
Passion, Path of the Kingdom. Princess
Cinderella. Purple Mask.
Quest for a I-ost City
Rage at Dawn, Raid, Rembrandt, Ro
mance, Regie’s Hump.
Sea of Lost Ships, Seven Angry Men,
Snow Creature. Stranger on Horseback,
Strategic Air Command
This island Earth. Timberjaek Treas
ure of the Ruby Hills, Two Gun Teacher,
Two Guns and a Badge
Vanishing Prairie, Victory at Sen.
White Orchid, Wyoming Renegade.
lass A Section 2 I nobjeetionable
for adults.
Ardo. Apache.
Bamboo Prison, Bedeviled Beggar’s
Opera Big Tip Off. Blaek 18. Both Sides of
the Law. Bullet Is Waiting. Bullet for Joey’
Captain Lightfoot, Creature With the
Atom Brain. Cult of rhe Cobra.
Dancing With rime. Day of Triumph
(This film, a representation, in part fic
tional, of a period in the life of Christ,
is based upon a modern interpretation of
a Protestant version of the New Testa­
Lady of Mercy
Beads Note 1st
Anniversary
The Beads of Our Lady of
Mercy School, Granville, cele
brated their first anniversary
at the recent quarterly meet
ing. Organized last year to
give financial assistance to
the Sisters of St. Francis in
their work of educating and
caring for retarded children,
the Beads have been success
ful in increasing their mem
bership to over 200 Sister M. Rose
anne, principal of the school, is
honorary president of the groups.
Mrs. James P. Welsh was elect
ed president for the coming
year. Other officers include Mrs.
John E. Welch, first vice-presi
dent Mrs. Fred Hanf, second
vice-president Mrs. A. H. Ben
der, treasurer Mrs. Ann Taylor,
secretary Mrs. Richard Zollin
ger, financial secretary Mrs.
Charles Hosey, associate mem
bership chairman Mrs. James
Wiltshire, publicity Mrs. Charles
Hoppenyam and Mrs. Wesley
Sharon, bead organizers.
Elected to serve as chairman of
the individual beads were: Bead
1. Mrs. E. M. Morgan Bead 2, Mrs.
Charles Hosey Bead 3, Mrs. Sam
Walker Bead 4, Mrs. Edmund
Doughty Bead 5, Mrs. James Wilt
shire Bead 6. Mrs. George Dem
ing Bead 7, Mrs. .John Kochens
parger Bead 8, Mrs. Fred Hanf
Bead 9, Mrs. J. J. Crawford Bead
10. Mrs. Edgar Williams.
Bead 11, Mrs. William Miller
Bead 12, Mrs. Wesley Sharon Bead
13, Mrs. Joseph Sesterhenn Bead
14. Mrs. Robert Martin Bead 15,
Miss Marjorie Dittoe Bead 16.
Mrs. J. Whitehead Bead 17.
Mrs Harold Rannebarger Bead
18. Mrs. William Deibel Bead 19,
Mrs. Harold Fleischer Bead 20.
Mrs. E. M. Roche, and Bead 21,
Mrs. F. E. Johnson.
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Knights Announce
Family Outing
The annual Knights of Columbus
slate family outing, to be held this
year. July 22-24, at Cedar Point,
O., is the largest family gathering
to make a three-day reservation at
the lAke Erie vacation spot.
The resort offers a package plan
(or the outing, and free rides are
given throughout the state council.
Daily Masses are offered in the
chapel during the outing, and on
Sundays throughout the season.
In the past few years the num
bers of children attending has in
creased. and the state officers are
hoping to see more families than
ever oefore attend this year’s af
fair.
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ment Presented in a reverent and in
spirational manner, it contains variances
from and omissions of Scriptural and
theology truths). Dial Red O, Doctor in
the House, Down Three Dark Streets.
East of Eden, Escape to Burma, Edge
of Divorce, End of the Affair.
Fire Over Africa, Four Ways Out (U. 8.
prints).
Gate of Hell, Good Die Young, The
Green Fire, Green Magic.
Heart of the Matter, Hell Below Zero,
Hobson's Choice.
Indiscretion of an American Wife, In
terrupted Melody.
Jump Into Hell, Jupiter’s Darling.
Life in the Balance. Leonardo da Vinci
’"1 he Last Supper’’, Long John Silver.
Mad Magician, Magnificent Obsession,
Make Haste to Live, Man From Laramie,
Marty, Mighty Fortress,
New Orleans, Uneensored.
On the Waterfront, Outcast.
Prince of Players, Pon of Heil, Purple
Plain, Pushovers.
Return to Treasure Island, Ring of
Fear. Riot in -Cell Block 11.
Sabaka, Sea Shall Not Have Them, The:
Secret Assignment. Shanghi Story, Silver
Chalice, Spice of Life. Steel Cage, Stran
ger’s Hand, Strange Lady in Town, Sud
denly.
Tight Spot. Tonight’s the Night. Trom
bo. Tropic Zone, Trouble on the Trail.
Unchained.
Violent Men. Voice of Silence (U. 8.
prints), Viee Squad.
White Feather.
Young at Heart.
Class Objectionable in part.
About Mrs. Leslie Aet of Liovo, All
Ashore, Americano, Arena.
Bad for Each Other, Ban, Barefoot
Contessa. Battle Cry. Beauties of the
Night. Bells of St. Triman. Big House,
Big Night, Bigamist, Blackboard Jungle,
Black Tuesday. Bread. Love and Dreams.
Captain Kidd and the Slave Girl, Cap
tive Women. Cell 2456, Chance Meeting,
Chicago Syndicate, Conquest of Space,
Court Marshal, Crash Out.
Deep tn My Heart Destination Matri
mony. Destry, Doomed, Duffy of San
Quentin.
Earrings of Madame De. Egyptian.
Face to Face Fear and Desire, Five
Against the House. Forbidden, Forever
Female. Flame and the Flesh, Fugitive
From Trieste
Gang Busters, Golden Mi* tree*. Gorilla
at Large.
Here Conte the Girls. Hell’s Island. Hit
the Deck. Holiday for Henrietta, Hood
lums. The Human Desire.
Innocents in Paris.
Kiss Me Deadly, Kim Me Kate
I And of Fury, I-aughing Anne. Lime
light, Looters, The Ixv* in the City
(U.S.A, printa). Lure of the Sila
Man Behind the Gun, Man Between.
Man Crazy. Man in the Attic, Man With
My Face, Mambo. Man Without a Star,
Marauders Mess of Lost Women. Mister
Roberts. Mogambo, Murder Is My Beat,
Murder Without Tears.
Naked Alibi. New Faces, New York
Confidential, Niagara, Night Without
Sleep, Not as a Stranger.
O Congocero. O. K Nero. Operation
Secret. Other Women, Overcoat.
Paris Model, Playgirl. Pleasure Garden,
President's Lady, Problem Girls, Prodigal,
Prise of Gold, Public Enemy.
Racers. Return to Paradis*. Robbers’
Roost, Rogue Cop. Rome 11 o’Clock, Run
for Cover.
Shield for Murder. Shotgun. Sms of
Rome, Siren of Bagdad, Six Bridges to
Cross, So This la Paris. South See Wo
men. Strange Deception, Strange Witness.
Susan Slept Here, System.
Ten Wanted Men. Terror in th* Night,
Theodora. Slav* Empress (U. 8. prints
There’s No Business Like Show Business,
Thy Neighbor's Wife, This Is My lxve,
Three for the Show. Top of the World,
Twist of Fate. Two Cents Worth of Hope,
Too Young for Love.
Underwater. Untamed.
Vera Cruz. Violent Saturday.
Waterfront, Wayward Wit* (U. t. A.
prints), Women, Wicked Women.
Claes Condemned.
Bandit, The (Italian) Behind Closed
Shutters. Blue Angel, Bullet for Stephano,
A Carnival in Flanders. Dedee. Devil in
I he Flesh, Devil’s Sleep, Flesh Will Sur
render (Italian), It's Forever Springtime,
Lingle Stampede. Just a Big Simple Girl,
Karamojo. La Rondo, Loveri of Verona,
Manon. Marie du Port, Merry Chase, Miss
Julia. Mom and Dad. Moon Is Blue, The
No Orchids for Miss Blandish. Of Love
nd Bandits, Oh. Amelia! Paris Nights,
Paris Walts, Room Upstairs. Royal Affair,
A Rozina, the Ixtve Child Sacred La
nka Scandals of the Clochemerl*, Seven
Deadly Sins, Sinners, She Shoulda Said
No. Story of Bob and Sally, The Strang*
rriangle, Street Corner, Strollers, Three
Korhidden Stories, Thrill That Kill*. Times
Hone By. Ways of Ix»», Wench, The
Young and Damned, Violated, Senaualita,
French Line (Objection: Suggestive and
indecent action, costuming, and dialogue.
In incident* of subject matter and treat
ment it is gravely offensive to Christian
nd traditional standard* of morality and
ieceney and is capable of grave, evil in
fluence upon those who patronize it, es
pecially youth, report* the Legion of
Decency). Girl* Marked Danger, 1a Plaisir,
Dne Summer of Happiness. Lovers. Happy
Dovers, Garden of Eden, Illicit Interlude,
Same of Life. Mademoiselle Gobette, They
Were So Young.
We Want a Child: This film deal* with
subject morally objectionable for pre
lentstton in entertainment motion picture
theaters. Furthermore, th* treatment of
[he theme seriously offends Christian and
traditional standards of morality.
Son of Smbad: This film is a serious
if front to Christian standards of morality
■nd decency. It contain* grossly salacious
lances and indecent costuming.
(Keep this hating for future reference.)
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Jewish Rest Home
Thanks Priests
For Help in Fire
BALTIMORE—(NO A Jewish
nursing home has publicly express
ed its thanks to the priests of St.
Ambrose Church for their aid
when fire forced the evacuation of
58 persons from the home.
When the three-alarm blaze
broke out on the roof of the frame
building, the patients, all of them
old, were moved across the street
to the St. Ambrose parish hall,
where Father John C. Broderick,
the pastor, ordered civil defense
equipment put into use in order
to care for them.
All ten Baltimore municipal am
bulances were rushed to the scene,
and firemen enlisted the help of
passersby to help comfort the
frightened patients. While two of
the residents had be taken to a
Ora Shannon
REALTOR
365 National Drive
FAirfax 2-2261 Newark, O
The
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THE BOWERSTON
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Roman and Rug Face Brick
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Telephone ROekwel) 3-2851
BOSCO BRICK
Independent Dairy Inc.
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’"We Invite Your Inspection
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Prisoners Make Rotaries
SPRINGFIELD, O.-—(NO- Pris
oners the Clark County Jail here
are reciting the Rosary, making
Rosaries and reading Catholic lit
erature as a result of the efforts
of the Our l*ady of Fatima Rosary
Making Club of Springfield.
Non-Catholic inmates of the jail
are joining with Catholic prisoners
in turning out about 500 Rosaries
a month.
hospital for treatment, none of the
58 was seriously harmed.
Father Broderick directed that
the patients be brought across the
street to the parish hall.
MILDRED'S
Beauty Shop
381 E. Main St. Newark
Phone FA 5-0181
Information
THE NEW LOOK FOR '58
REDUCING OSCILLATION MASSAGE.
Relaxing and steam bath. Eshelman
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Hines Distributing Company
Newark, O. Phone FA 6-6911
Carry Outs
MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT
COLD BEER ALE WINE
PARTY SUPPLIES CASE DELIVER!
Open 9:88 AM to UM
163 S. Third FA 9-4351
Hardwares
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West Main Motors
93 WIST MAIN PHONE FA 6-8911
fwat 81 Step* West el Fifth Street
6 Park Newark. O
Savings & Loan
NEWARK SAVINGS & LOAN CO
REAL ESTATE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
14 W Main FA 2-5611
SEPTIC TANKS
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CONCRETE AND CINDER BLOCKS
W MATTOX
Corner Ferry and Daniel Ave.
Phone DI. 4-5926 Newark. Ohio
“VAULTS CESSPOOLS
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MODERN EQUIPMENT
Myers and Son
Blue Jay A Watson Roads Route 4
Phone FA. 22091 Newark
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ANNARINO BROTHERS
NEW CENTER CAFE
Steaks Che pa French Fried Shrimp
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FURNfTURt & ACCESSORIES
S7-«» W. bUzn St. Newark
WALKER’S
Vacuum Cleaner Shop
Authorized Representative For
Hoover Vacuum Cleaners
NEW and REBUILT
Sales and Service
Repair On All Makes
Pick-Up and Delivery
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291 E. Main FAirfax 2-0811
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23 E. Church St.
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Clothing & Shoes
59 S 3rd St. Newark. O
HOWARD STUDIO
“Portraits With Personality”
WEDDINGS
Formal Or Informal
35’/» N. 3rd St. FA. 5-7041
Newark, Ohio
Herbert H. Huffman
GROCERY
828 E. Main St. FA. 6-0581
Newark, Ohio
HOME POULTRY
& RENTALS
Sanders Power and Hand Tools
Wallpaper Steamers Seeders
Complete Household Tool Service
Trailers By Day, Week, or Moritb
Ritchea Furnished For Ail Cara
One W’ay Trailer Service
362 Union St. DI. 4-2945
Newark, Ohio
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First National Bank Bldg.
Phone: FA. 6-0641 Newark, O.
LIFETIME CAREER
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3-B School of Beauty
17H b. PARK PLACE
PHONE FA 6-8381
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Cash and payment plan. Clinic open
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SPOUTING ROOFING
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39 Jefferson Street
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THE HUB
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Men's and Boy's Clothing
4 NEWARK OHIO
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Dairy & Ice Cream Co.
Phone FA. 4-0531
NEWARK
FEED STORE
S. Sth FA. 43061
Newark, 0.
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H. A. ALBYN NURSERY
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123 E. Broadwav Granville, O.
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SUPERVISED PLAY-GROUND
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ROBERTS
SUNOCO SERVICE
Washing Polishing Servicing
Tires Batteries Accessories
WE FIX FLATS
234 Mt. Vernon Road
FAirfax 3-5571 Newark. Ohio
RITCHEY'S
1
Restaurant
Newark, Ohio
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