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Dial 2-475*. Thrones of Martvrs-Vacant v i ■Servicing th* I'n-Vijlag* Area’ Patrick Ruddy & Son Plumbing Service Quality Plumbing Fixture* 1834 W 1st HU. 8-4218 HU. 8.1613 The Hammond Organ Produce* organ music of cathe dral quality in churches of any size. Over 40,000 churches now enjoy the beautiful music of the Hammond Organ. Writ* «r Call for Demon. atratinn. 114 E. RROAD ST. CA. 1-7541 Maa* A Deagan Chime* Naw Town A Country Storo 3962 E. BROAD EX. 8421 ROOFING and SPOUTING Roof Coating H. C. WiGon 364 Rlain* Av*.______ Dial 2-7323 OPEN HOUSE, 626 N.' Greenwood St. Now Open For Your Inspection. The Contemporary Rv Metropolitan. WILLIAM WILSON SR.. 137 S. High St.. Ph. 2-6715. Associated with A^S.Daniel*. Broker. For Your Next Sale Call flOHN PFARR. JR.. Auctioneer Richwood. Ohio Phone 2411 Automobile Dealer* McDaniels Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer Manon'e Oldest Dealership 1*1*. 809 W. Center Dial 2-3134 BANKING SERVICE Complete Banking Service Th* Campbell National Bank Phone 77 LaRue Ohio Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp Want ads are orofit tested and proved. NOBLET CAFETERIA 198 East C*nt*r Street Marion, Ohio FRANCIS J. VOLL TAILOR Cleaning—Pressing—Repairing 327 Lafayette Street Marion. Ohio SHOP AND SAVE Fine Furniture For The Home IT Saffi It Riys Irade IS When throne* were erected in Rio de Janeiro for Cardinal* tak ing part in the International Eu charistic Congress, chairs were set up for four dignitaries who were unable to attend. They were for, left to right, the following victims of Red persecution: Jo sef Cardinal Mindszenty, Prifnate of Hungary Stefan Cardinal Wyszynsky, Primate of Poland Thomas Cardinal Tien, S.V.D.., exiled Archbishop of Peking, China, now residing in the Unit ed States, and Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac, Archbishop of Zagreb, Yugoslavia. Nationals of these four countries who were unable to attend the Congress placed flowers of their homelands be fore th* thrones of the absent Cardinals. L. A. WIRTHMAN & SONS 606 New Truck Perti U»ed Truck* Bought and Sold CLASSIFIED SECTION 36c per line P. O. Bex *1* C.lnrohn* 1*. O COMPLETE DRIVING COURSE help you ohm in you back. We will your driving lirennf for ’-nur driving lent «i no ext if charge. Easy Method Driving School Dial 2-0212, «v«’uinK* 5-3982 Massey-Harris Ferguson Gehl Forage Choppers—Sales and Service. Also Farm Feed*. L. S. Russell, Farm Machinery, Chone SI. Cardington. O. _____ USED CARS—Complete .election of the very beat. Open evening*. Richwood'e Ford Dealer »ine 1936. SWARTZ MOTOR SALES ___ DON'T DIG Be Loyal To Our Advertisers 636 Parsons 4tP 126 Lennon’s A A 4b A Furniture Store* GROLL'S—WALDO Authorized Dealers HEYWOOD-W AKEFIELD Fin* Furniture HI 4-2194 MARION These business firms deserve your patronsgb. Use this section as a guide when buying Dry Cl*an*r* HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS 288 E. Church St. Marion 2 1627 LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service COPT HARTMAN, Owner *41 Oak Si MOVING—STORAGE-PACKING MOVING Txcal, also trailera for rent, ni«h*d. Move youraelf, sate 888’s. Dial 2-17*3. 197 S, Prospect St. MARION CAR I AGE lAxal and coast-to-coast moving. Low independent rates Agent. Ste vens Van Lines. 893 Wilson Ave. Dial 2-2747, WRIGHT Transfer fc Storage Co. AGENT ALLIED VAN LINES Oak St Dial 2-2537 PET SHOP Beautiful Baby Parakeets KAYLEE PET SHOP .543 S Prospect St Dial 2-0596 Painting Decorating PAINTING and DECORATING. Mang Year* of Satisfactory Work. Rever*e Calls. Daugherty Brothers. Phone 3727 after 5 :30 tn. Richwood, O. GLADYCE LINN Realtor Ph. 3-6865 Westinghouse TV You can be sure IF IT'S WESTINGHOUSE BON NEFF, INC. Harding Highway East Dial 2-6660 RITZ BAR 8 GRILL in Marian Too ean get the best Italian Spa. ghetti, Ravoli, Italian Piera, Good Steak* A Chicken and HOME MADE PASTERTES Preminm Beers A Fancy Drinks. MARION Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc. Robert McMahon Ph. 2-3195 2-3189 “Good Quality Used Cars" 2*2 S Main St Marion. O RALPH'S Nub Bar and Grill ‘WHERE SPORT FANS MEET* 131 S. Main Phon* 3 9989 i Marion, Ohio MARION COUNTY Farm Bureau Cooperative Association Marian Naw Bloomington Calednnta La Rae HIM Wil.•••!:«■.W:«IW»!'^ L. A. AXE and SON FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMBULANCE SERVICE Children's TV Tastes Improving, Poll Shows CINCINNATI INC) These facts were hrnught out in a study made by a graduate student at Xavier University. Four years ago Dr. Walter J. Clarke, Xavier researcher, discov ered that an “appalling percent age" of parents failed to supervise their children’s television habits. Now^frs. R. C. Wigger, student of education research in a class con ducted by Dr. Clarke, has reported that her own study, just complet ed, showed the same percentage— approximately 52 percent—of indif ferent parents. But wh*r* Dr. Clark* had found that Milton B*rl*, w**t*rn moviot, and Captain Vid*o w*r* th* most popular program* among *ixth-grad*rt, Mrs. Wig g*r ditcov*r*d that by 1955 th* youngct*r* had turned to Disney land, Rin-tin-tin and George Go b*l for their television pleasur*. “As long as children prefer fan tasy and a dog to murder and crime, we have little to fear,” con cluded Mrs. Wigger. w ho is a mem ber of St. Augustine's parish. Cov ington, Ky. Among th* 164 sixth-grader* in both public and parochial school* questioned by Mrs. Wigger, th* “mist disliked'' program* ar* wrestling, “Voic* of Fireston*," and Liberac*. A music teacher, she was “sur prised" at the youngsters’ dislike of Liberace, but she thought they showed ‘good taste" in their dis like of wrestling, and added that “children can hardly be expected to appreciate Firestone.” Another fact turned up by Mrs. Wigger’s research was that only one out of the 164 boys and girls she quizzed admitted not having a television set. In his 1951 survey Dr. Clarke had found that one fourth of the 998 children question ed did not have TV sets. At that time Dr. Clark* also had discov*r*d that the avarag* sixth-grader watched television about 30 hours a w**k. Now that some of th* novelty ha* worn off, th* w**kly av*rag*, accord ing to Mr*. Wigg*r's study, i* down to 25’/» hours, or just about SHOPPERS GUIDE PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS F. E. Robinson Plumbing Heating Power Digging 232 S. High Dial 3-1774 Electric Koto-Rooter Newer and Drain Service. 592 E. George St Marion 2-2726 HOWARD A VERNON BAKER Plumbing & Heating Pump Work A Specialty 630 Oak St. Dial 2-8904 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A Religious Gift •& Truly Appreciated. Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silvei St. Marion Ohio SHOES Smart & Waddell GOOD SHOES for nearly 50 years 137 E C*nt*r 118 S. Main TELEVISION REPAIR Television Antennas Installed & Repaired John & Bob Paulus Ph. 27684 Ph. 24691 576 E. Church 437 Oak Sf Television Antennas HONALD W. ARNDT lf,9 E Walnut nia1 ?.S4»n »v«nmg» Tile Bath Room Til* Work of All Kind* Call or Write for Free Estimate H. K. AND R. M. STONER FINDLAY MANTEL and TILE CO. 116 W Front St. Findlay. O. Phon* 4470 R. A. CHAPMAN & SON Frmh Poultry and Egg* WHOLESALE RETAIL 217 N. Pr«M»i»*ct St. Ph. 1.952* Marion. Ohio The Diamond Store of Marion MAY’S DIAMONDS WATCHES Marion’s Oldest Jewelers Th* Diamond C*nt*r Of Marion LORDS JEWELERS 114 S. Main St. Phon** 2-0118 2-2605 MALO BROS & SONS SH*or and Bartram Av«a. Marian. Ohia THRIFT MARKET 129 S. Main St. larion, O. Ph. 217251 Manon's Oldeet Established Produce Can tar Parents are no more careful about what their children view nn television today than they were four years ago, hut the children themselves have improv ed their TV taste. time at th* youngsters school *ach week. the children have "good habits," Mrs. Wigger as much spend in Most of bedtime found. The average bedtime is 9:30 for weekdays, 10:30 for Saturdays, and 10 for Sundays. Ohio News In Brief SPRINGFIELD Govern e n plans for a more widespread offi cial use of the national motto "In God We Trust" are of particular in terest to Matthew L. Brown, of St Theresa s parish here, a key figure in the lengthy campaign to place the inscription on U.S. postage stamps. It was early in 1952 when he was national administrative di rector of the Fraternal Order of Eagles that Brown started his drive. CINCINNATI Work on the restoration of the old Cathedral of St. Peter in Chains was de layed last week as the result of the collapse of two rows of heavy stones on the Central Ave. side of the structure. About 100 large stones, each weighing between 150 and 300 pounds, crashed through a protective canopy tn the sidewalk One passerby was injured. CINCINNATI Speaking at the 10th annual meeting of the Amer ican Franciscan Society for Voca tions, Father Herman Doerr. O.F.M.. declared that the mind of the Church clearly favors the 14 year age as the hest time for a boy to enter the seminary. Citing the objection that a boy at 14 is "too young." Father Doerr said: “It’s tragically funny that no one ob jects when a boy nf 14 says he wants tn become a chemist,'lawyer, or a doctor." STEUBENVILLE—Father Dan lei W. Egan, T.O.R., president of the College of Steubenville, has announced that Mrs. Thomas E. Millsop. widow of the late David M. Weir, has given' the Weir house, her home for many years, to the college. It will be used as a residence for the Franciscan Fathers on the faculty of the col lege. David M. Weir, together with his brother, Ernest T. Weir, and John C. Williams were the founders of the Weirton Steel Company and greatly responsible for the industrial development of Steubenville and Weirton, West Virginia, twin cities of the upper Ohio Valley. CAREY Devotions at Our La dy of Consolation Shrine in Carey will include pilgrimages on August 7, 14. 15, 21 and 28. Bishop George Rehring of Toledo will participate in a candlelight procession on the 14th. In addition, a novena will conducted from August 6-15. ------------o------------------- BUYERS' ^iiirsr GUIDE I^t nothing go to waste the increase in salary should he come an occasion for thanksgiv ing the sin ing body only the outer symbol of sin, Even the trials, calumnies, false accusations of others should be accepted as the "chastening of the lAird” and offered up for Moslems who are so difficult to bring to the Faith. Remember Our I^ord told the story of two women grinding at the millstone a catastrophe kills both, hut the nne is saved, the other not. It is not the work itself we are doing that is the condition of our sal vation, but the union with Christ and His Kingdom that matters. by sending a part nf it for Holy Fathers .Missions: a should be atoned for by aid a leper who bears in his Two readers of this column re in totally different ways. “Why should 1 help act One says: the Africans they don't help me." Another reader says: “I did not deserve the gift of faith maybe an African would have served God better if he had it I Hord ha in Center Paves Wav for Church in Russia NEW YORK—(NO—The Rus sian Center at Fordham Univer sity has announced thr publication of a catechism, a book of thenogy, a Life of Pius and two other works, on .Marriage and the Eu charist—all in Russian. “Dollar-a-month" clubs started by groups interested in the Rus sian apostolate have made it pos sible for the center to have 19 works in Russian and English either printed or in preparation. The Russian Center was founded three years ago. with most of the Fathers coming from Shanghai where they had school for Russians took over. MT. VERNON CLASSIFIED SECTION EXPERT installation of custom floors, linoleum, plastic wall tile, counter tops. Free estimates. HAGENS FURNITURE, Danville. Ohio Phone 13-R Open Evening* TYPEWRITERS, adding machine*, check writer*, new and used. Bargain*. 1003 N Mulberry St. CARRY OUT MYERS SUPPLY BEER & WINE STORE 116 W High Ph 23891 DELIVERY SERVICE SPEER’S MERCHANT DELIVERY Phone 52976 666 N. Sandusky Mt Vernon. O Round Hill Farm rhere Is A Difference tn Milk Homogenised Vitamin Milk For Home Dal ivory Phone *1*21 Mt Vernon. Ohio SMORGASBORD San-Dar Dining Room BELLVILLE, OHIO Open 5 to 9 P. M. Wed., Thur., Fri., Set. Sundays 12 Noon to 7 p. m. suggested Phone 3441 Bellville, Ohio Patronize these reputable merchants *ho ma^e possible a Mt. Vernon Sec- tion in the Diocesan Catholic Press. HARDWARES THORP HDWE. & ELEC. CO Danville 59-B Danville Ohio WELL DRILLING Pumps and Service N. M. Hellwig A Sons Phon* 2-9169 Utica, Ohio YOUNGSTOWN KITCHENS FREE ESTIMATES Millwood Store Co. Millwood. Ohio Open Evenings FOR BOTTLED GAS AND APPLIANCES HARRY WILHELM Rnttl*d Gaa Sorrier *«. n. Ph. 2317* Furniture and Appliances 28 East Gambier Street Across The Street From The A 4 Market God Loie You---------------- ILe Can't Go Empty’Handed Into Eternity by Bishop Fulton J. Sheen Opera rarum grquuntur tllox mean*. “Their work* follow them these words taken from the Apocalypse of St. John mean that we cannot go' empty hand ed into enter nity. Our hearts carry our good deeds done in Christ'* name. To build a li brary to prove we love hooks, or to endow a laboratory tn show our intelligence profits us nothing. But to sacrifice a little saving for the refugees of Viet nam because we see Christ in them, will aid in our eternal salvation. will therefore make a sacrifice and send it to rhe Society for th* Propagation of the Faith that Christ may be glorified and that He may hate-mercy on my soul." W'hen the first reader dies, rela tives will gather round and say “How much did he leave?" When the second reader dies the faith ful will ask: “How much did he take with him?” and the Church will sing: “His works follow him.” All things are ours if we serve Christ. Set aside a few pennies a day for example, and at the end of the month send them to the Holy Father who has Io care for 100,000 missionaries throughout the world. He receives your sac rifice through his own Society WHERE THOUSANDS SAVE MILLIONS i ryf Current Return I Am /Q Accounts 2 Insured To $10,000 CENTRAL OHIO FEDERAL SAVINGS 71 South Third Street 60 So. Sth St. 47 N. 4th St. a parish and until the Reds Center it to Purpose of the prepare for the future of th* Church in Ru**ia. This include* preparing candidate* for the priesthood, preparing lay apostles, publishing Catholic literature in Russian and work ing among the Russian Orthodox in the United States. be IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS. Informatian for the Propagation of the Faith Show a WILL to five tn the mission* by taking out a Prop*, gation nf the Faith annuity. You will be a double beneficiary first, by receiving an income as long as you live and secondly, in the grateful prayers of those whom your money goes to help after your death. I you would like further information about annui ties write to us. Terrace Appliance 2213*15 N. Maple Ave. ZANESVILLE OHIO LIDO WINE STORE Vour Beauty rs our Career1 Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc ANITA FLOOD (Mem Fl**r) THE CAMERA SHOP Everything Photographic' 820 Markit St Pti.M 2-7302 To BUY or SELL Your Home DON HUNTER REALTY Offic*, Corn*Fof Blu* and Adair Phon* 3-8272, 3-4708 NEW A I SED Sewing Machin**. pair. Electrifying Parte. White Sinter A all Make*. Genrre Barthelame' Coopermill Rd. Ph. 3-1*43. HAND APOWER mowers machine sharp ened and repaired. Pickup and delivery. Call after 4 :00 Phone 3-3593. MUL I.F.NIX 714 Luck Av*. Zaneaville. TRAIN for an office position. Fall Term •Sept. 6. Register now. Meredith College 561-, N. 5th St. Dial 8-8186. W. J. HECK CO. General Contractors Zonesville Bohn & Kern Mfg & Supply Co. Plumbing A Hsating SuooIim 6* s fhird St Eanaavilie Patronize Our Advertisers. Don’t drive miles looking for a home when you can find it in our want ads. Adams Bros. Inc. Excavating A Gradinc Ready Mixed Concrete Building Supplies 15*1 Woodlawn Ave.. Zanesville. O. Phone 3-7566 Concrete Plant at Coshocton, Ohio Phone 992 W-2 TELEVISION Matuaan SUvea Keehet SIS Ctaaaie Razor-Sharp Edge-to-Edge Fora* Fineet TV DISTRIBUTED BY L. A. EMMERT Smee 1912 fl Compliments LYNDE'S MARKET Mt. Vernon, Ohio Hadley’s Okie 4 8 rhit* St Phen* 8-4*1 For That Better Food. No Hard Beverages Sold. Mickey’s Restaurant i East Pik* I Ph. 2 8862 Zanesville, O. KENTON Cleaemg Beb RaSway. Phan. 48*4 PLUMBING SEE up for Air Conditiontne unite. Plumb, inr Plumbing Suppliea and Hot Point Appliance* KEITH’S, Phone 8163, Kenton, Ohio. Fresh, Serving Special Sunday Dinners Served I ZANESVILLE Funeral Director* The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes 421 Putnam Ave. 810 Forest Ave. Phone 2-4551 Arthur A Brvan Kenneth U Bolin Wendell Swope Phone 2-4503 J. Jacolenne. Mgr. Zan*svill* and Coshocton Ohio Phono 24152 WRIGHT VB8S COLA BOTTLING CO Cl*an*r* and Dy*r* DUSENBERRY *17 Un4arwe«4 8-46SJ HARRIS PHARMACY 519 Und*rwood St. Phon* 2-5031 Williams Bakery 626 Market St. Dial 2-1076 ARTWIL 430 Main St. Radio Service Appliaaea* Repair. ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO GEORGE SMm 111 Gahchor M. ZaneavtlH O. Ph. 8-18 eiactneai Wirtae Mam ten an oe Coaimereiaj induetna. Residential Busin*** Announcements Z-30 Appliance. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Drive te Dunean Fall* A Sava W DEITRICK 'e trad* Ph 4-488* Rvea 4-44* Deposits made before 10th earn dividends from the first. ZANESVILLE FEDERAL SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION 33 S. 5th St. Zanesville, O. Dial 2-4533 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7 Friday, Au^uM 5.195S Cut out this column, pin your sacrifice to »t and send it to the Most Rev. Fulton .1. Sheen. Na tional Director of the Society for the Propagation nf the Faith, or your Diocesan Director, Father James Kulp, 246 East Town Street, Columbus 16, Ohio Want ads save time ano ntt-ney. Flown From Lake Ene French Fries Salad Etc. PATTY’S LUNCH John and ls«y Kleinman 793 W. Lime St. OPEN DAILY 6 A. M. TO 12 M. SATURDAYS 2 A. BUYERS' GUIDE Hardin Quarrios Company Cru»h*d Stone Agricultural Lime*tone Meal HLANCHARD, KENTON, PH. 4-1223 60c CHILD'S PLATE DlflTCDCI Whole IVIwEllCL Every Day Coal COAL HAL LING Nat ?2e Lamp 3«r Edwyna Rick* Phone 3-2831 ZANESVILLE Drug Store* SHIRLEY 8 PHARMACY TERRACI POTWT INSURANCE FINAN INSURANCE AGENCY FIRST TRUST BLDG. PR 2.52M Mon*y To Loan AID BUDGET LOAN Aatomabilr Hawtohald Goad* Laan* M*-k.» St -Ritv Wart Dial 2-7VI, Paintin® R. L. FULKERSON and SONS Dial 3-7II* ____ Since 1926 Hanifan Decorators, Inc. Domestic and Industrial Painters and Decorators 629 Park St. Zanesville Off ice 3-sl7t Roe Phwqe 2-9*61 Television Z-73e PLPMMEK RADIO SBRT1CB YWLRV18ION N *a» 7t Hi 1-24 u IU Wh*r* f* Din* Casino Restaurant The finest place to eat on on Route 40 424 Market St. Phon* 20295 Zancsvill* Ohio Ltarn A Trad* With A Future! INQUIRE TODAY! Franklin Linotype School Phene 8-5*11 Dreoden. Ohm Frank A. Leone REALTOR 51 N. 5th St. PH. 3-1116 BUILDING BLOCKS BRlRCltrTE-DUNBTONB DUN BRICK STEPPING 8TO.KR8 ALL COLORS ZANESVILLE BRIKCRETE PHILO PHONE 4-4876 Edward F. Warner Building Contractor 1150 Talley Av*. Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville BORDEN'S Gail Borden Milk PHONE 2-5451 Zanesville, Ohio WISEMAN DAIRY “Quality Products Since 1926” Phone 45R Crooksville, O.