Thrones of Martvrs-Vacant
■Servicing th* I'n-Vijlag* Area’
Patrick Ruddy & Son
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
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
Your Pontiac-Cadillac Dealer
Manon'e Oldest Dealership 1*1*.
809 W. Center Dial 2-3134
Complete Banking Service
Th* Campbell National Bank
Phone 77 LaRue Ohio
Member Federal Deposit Ins. Corp
Want ads are orofit tested and
198 East C*nt*r Street
FRANCIS J. VOLL
327 Lafayette Street
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
L. A. WIRTHMAN & SONS
New Truck Perti U»ed
Truck* Bought and Sold
36c per line
P. O. Bex *1*
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COMPLETE DRIVING COURSE
help you ohm in
you back. We will
your driving lirennf
for ’-nur driving lent «i no ext
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.
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These business firms deserve your patronsgb. Use this section as a guide when buying
HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS
288 E. Church St.
Marion 2 1627
Scout TREE Service
COPT HARTMAN, Owner
*41 Oak Si
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.
Transfer fc Storage Co.
ALLIED VAN LINES
Oak St Dial 2-2537
Beautiful Baby Parakeets
KAYLEE PET SHOP
.543 S Prospect St Dial 2-0596
PAINTING and DECORATING. Mang
Year* of Satisfactory Work. Rever*e
Calls. Daugherty Brothers. Phone 3727
after 5 :30 tn. Richwood, O.
Realtor Ph. 3-6865
You can be sure IF IT'S
BON NEFF, INC.
Harding Highway East
RITZ BAR 8 GRILL
Too ean get the best Italian Spa.
ghetti, Ravoli, Italian Piera, Good
Steak* A Chicken and HOME MADE
Preminm Beers A Fancy Drinks.
Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc.
Ph. 2-3195 2-3189
“Good Quality Used Cars"
2*2 S Main St Marion. O
Nub Bar and Grill
‘WHERE SPORT FANS MEET*
131 S. Main Phon* 3 9989 i
Marian Naw Bloomington
Calednnta La Rae
L. A. AXE and SON
Children's TV Tastes
Improving, Poll Shows
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
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
Among th* 164 sixth-grader* in
both public and parochial school*
questioned by Mrs. Wigger, th*
“mist disliked'' program* ar*
wrestling, “Voic* of Fireston*,"
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
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
HOWARD A VERNON BAKER
Plumbing & Heating
Pump Work A Specialty
630 Oak St. Dial 2-8904
A Religious Gift •& Truly
Benson Elchert Religious Shop
328 Silvei St. Marion Ohio
Smart & Waddell
for nearly 50 years
137 E C*nt*r 118 S. Main
Installed & Repaired
John & Bob Paulus
Ph. 27684 Ph. 24691
576 E. Church 437 Oak Sf
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
and TILE CO.
116 W Front St.
Findlay. O. Phon* 4470
R. A. CHAPMAN
Frmh Poultry and Egg*
217 N. Pr«M»i»*ct St. Ph. 1.952*
The Diamond Store of Marion
Marion’s Oldest Jewelers
Th* Diamond C*nt*r Of Marion
114 S. Main St.
Phon** 2-0118 2-2605
SH*or and Bartram Av«a.
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
found. The average bedtime is 9:30
for weekdays, 10:30 for Saturdays,
and 10 for Sundays.
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
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
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."
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.
I^t nothing go to waste the
increase in salary should he
come an occasion for thanksgiv
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
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
EXPERT installation of custom floors,
linoleum, plastic wall tile, counter tops.
HAGENS FURNITURE, Danville. Ohio
Phone 13-R Open Evening*
TYPEWRITERS, adding machine*, check
writer*, new and used. Bargain*. 1003
N Mulberry St.
BEER & WINE STORE
116 W High Ph 23891
SPEER’S MERCHANT DELIVERY
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
San-Dar Dining Room
Open 5 to 9 P. M.
Wed., Thur., Fri., Set.
Sundays 12 Noon to 7 p. m.
suggested Phone 3441
Patronize these reputable merchants
*ho ma^e possible a Mt. Vernon Sec-
tion in the Diocesan Catholic Press.
THORP HDWE. & ELEC. CO
Pumps and Service
N. M. Hellwig A Sons
Phon* 2-9169 Utica, Ohio
Millwood Store Co.
FOR BOTTLED GAS
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
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
ed into enter
nity. Our hearts
carry our good
deeds done in
To build a li
brary to prove
we love hooks,
or to endow a
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
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
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
i ryf Current Return
I Am /Q Accounts
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.
IT PAYS TO USE THE
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.
2213*15 N. Maple Ave.
LIDO WINE STORE
Vour Beauty rs our Career1
Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc
THE CAMERA SHOP
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.
Bohn & Kern
Mfg & Supply Co.
Plumbing A Hsating
6* s fhird St Eanaavilie
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Excavating A Gradinc
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15*1 Woodlawn Ave.. Zanesville. O.
Concrete Plant at Coshocton, Ohio
Phone 992 W-2
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Mt. Vernon, Ohio
4 8 rhit* St Phen* 8-4*1
For That Better Food.
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I Ph. 2 8862 Zanesville, O.
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SEE up for Air Conditiontne unite. Plumb,
inr Plumbing Suppliea and Hot Point
Appliance* KEITH’S, Phone 8163,
Serving Special Sunday Dinners
The Mader-Peoples Funeral Homes
421 Putnam Ave. 810 Forest Ave.
Arthur A Brvan Kenneth U Bolin Wendell Swope
J. Jacolenne. Mgr.
Zan*svill* and Coshocton Ohio
WRIGHT VB8S COLA BOTTLING CO
Cl*an*r* and Dy*r*
*17 Un4arwe«4 8-46SJ
519 Und*rwood St.
Market St. Dial 2-1076
430 Main St.
Radio Service Appliaaea* Repair.
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO
111 Gahchor M. ZaneavtlH O. Ph. 8-18
eiactneai Wirtae Mam ten an oe
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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
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Flown From Lake Ene French Fries Salad Etc.
John and ls«y Kleinman 793 W. Lime St.
OPEN DAILY 6 A. M. TO 12 M. SATURDAYS 2 A.
Agricultural Lime*tone Meal
HLANCHARD, KENTON, PH. 4-1223
COAL HAL LING
Nat ?2e Lamp 3«r
Edwyna Rick* Phone 3-2831
SHIRLEY 8 PHARMACY TERRACI
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FIRST TRUST BLDG. PR 2.52M
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Aatomabilr Hawtohald Goad* Laan*
M*-k.» St -Ritv Wart Dial 2-7VI,
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
PLPMMEK RADIO SBRT1CB
Hi 1-24 u
Wh*r* f* Din*
The finest place to eat on
on Route 40
424 Market St. Phon* 20295
Ltarn A Trad* With A Future!
Franklin Linotype School
Phene 8-5*11 Dreoden. Ohm
Frank A. Leone
51 N. 5th St. PH. 3-1116
DUN BRICK STEPPING 8TO.KR8
PHILO PHONE 4-4876
Edward F. Warner
1150 Talley Av*.
Ph. 3-6838 Zanesville
Gail Borden Milk
“Quality Products Since 1926”
Phone 45R Crooksville, O.
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