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Cancer Film Made Available
The Franklin County Unit of the American Cancer Society announced this week plans for presenting a cancer film ot or* •anizations in the diocese throughout Franklin County upon rocfuest. One of the first groups taking advantage of the offer is the Knights of Columbus Council 2898 where the film will be shown Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 9:00 p. m. for the Knights and guasts. Pictured above, planning the series, are Father John Stauntoa, a member of the board of the Franklin County unit: Paul Walker, right, executive secretary and Joseph Ryan, lec turer of Council 2898. A film for men and another for women will be shown simultaneously in adjoining rooms for the audience at Council 2898 at the suggestion of Mr. Ryan. The same method •f presentation may be employed by other groups, if they so desire. A physician will address the group before the film is shewn. Mr. Walker has also revealed that tentative plans are underway for the cancer films to be shown in schools throughout the diocese. Further information may be secured by contacting Mr. Walker at the local unit. Final Plans Readied for' Seoul Meet Pontifical Benediction, a special Mass, three general sessions, a luncheon and a banquet are scheduled in Co lumbus Sunday and Monday at the Region IV Catholic Conference on S o u ting. Priests and lay leaders in the scouting movement in Ohio. Ken tucky and West Virginia will at tend the convention at the Neil House. Bishop Ready will be the cel ebrant of Pontifical Benediction Sunday, climaxing the 7 p. m. service in St. Joseph Oathedral. Blessing and presentation of the St George Award also is sched uled. Monday's program begins with an 8:30 a. m. Mass, to be followed by a 10 a.m. plenary session. Three papers to be read at this meeting deaf with what the Church expects of profes sionals, laymen and boys in t- e scouting program. The 12:30 p. luncheon will featiiK an address hy Monsignor George Dowd of Boston. Mass., national chaplain of the Catholic Committee on Scouting. The aft ernoon program consists of gen eral sessions at 2 and 4:30 p. m., and workshops at 3:15 p. m. Andrew Hagan, diocesan lay chairman of the Covington Dio cese, will be the speaker at the 6:30 p. m. banquet. Brief remarks will also be made hy Bishop Ready. o----------------- Read the Times Classified Ads George J. Igel and Company, Inc. Crane Service Excavating 501 Eaton Avenue CA. 1-6601 COLUMBUS 8, OHIC by one nf America’s great mutuals. Nationwide’s new Family Hospital Ex pense plan guarantees liberal cash bene fits plus added savings up to 20% under new deductible plan. One nf the soundest hospitalization val ues ever offried. Phone or drop a line get full facts and figures at no obli gation. BILL RAUSCH 2651 E. 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Meanwnile, Hindu leaders here are using the forum provided by an “inquiry committee” on missionary activities to demand new restrictions on “conversion work/’ The state government has sued the two-week-old paper, The En quiry, for contempt of court following the paper’s criticism of the government policy toward Christian missionaries. The pa per, the only Catholic journal in the Nagpur area, is sponsored by the Catholic Regional Council of Madhya Pradesh which recently brought suit against the state government's anti-missionary pol icy as a breath of India's consti tution. Holy Name Notes Marian Council 3864 will ex emplify first degree ceremonies Wednesday, Oct. 26. at 8 p.m., in the Whitehall Club. The new class will be the first inducted since elections last June. All members who have spon sored applicants are asked to contact their .candidates prior to the degree to insure a complete turnout. NEWARK Newark Council 721 celebrated Columbus Day this week with a dinner in the. club rooms and a radio broadcast over station WCLT. The council was also represent ed the same evening at the un veiling of the Christopher Colum bus statue at city hall in Colum bus. Ohio-------- News In Brief CAREY Five White Sisters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, exiled from their native Yugo slavia by the Tito regime, have arrived at Our Lady of Carey Seminary to do domestic work. The Sisters had been living in Rome for several years. HAMILTON Taxpayers in Hamilton save nearly $1,000. 000 a year because of some 3,000 boys and girls in Catho lic schools here. This was dis closed by the Cincinnati Arch diocese School Office which asked the Butler County White House Conference on Educa tion to include the figure in its report. CINCINNATI A blood vessel hank—first of its kind in the area —has been established at Good Samaritan Hospital here. The bank preserves human blood ves sels veins and arteries in a new type deep freeze at 120 de grees below zero Fahrenheit. STEUBENVILLE On ev ery level of education in the diocese of Steubenville there has been a decided increase in enrollment according to figures released by the school office.. The College of Steubenville listed a surprising increase of 17 per cent. o------------------ Canton Girl To Receive Black Veil at Carmel Bishop Ready will offer Mass and will preside at ceremonies in the chapel of the Carmel of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, 2065 Barton PI., Saturday. Oct. 15. when Sister Agnes of the In fant Jesus will receive the black veil and pronounce final vows as a Discaiced Carmelite Sister. Sister Agnes is the former Ruth Seiber of Canton, 0., the daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. August Seiber. She entered the Carmel in Mar., 1951. The public is invited to attend the Mass and ceremony. Sister Agnes will receive visitors throughout the day. A MONTH pluv Tax end Intfelletien In bringing suit against ths Catholic weekly, the state gov ernment alleged that the com ments published by the paper had "a tendency to interfere with the administration of jus tice." The state’s advocate-general told the Nagpur high court that the comments were based on the working of the state government’s Christian missionaries inquiry committee, which is the subject of the Catholic Council’s pending law suit in the same court. Meantime a member of the fan aticai Hindu Mahasabha demanded that the committee recommend the compulsory registration of all changes of faith in order to check what he called “improved con versions.” A. Srinivas Rao also demanded that the conversion of minors and children be declared a criminal offense and suggested that re ligious classics of Hindus be made a compulsory subject of study in public schools. In other parts of tha country tho Madhya Pradesh situation hat produced a general feeling among Catholics that the proh lems faced by the Church in this troubled state mark a turn ing point in the history of the Church in India. o------------------- Health System Of Belgium Is Nationalized BRUSSELS (NC) Two professors at lhe Catholic University of Louvain have resigned from the National Medical Board to protest a decree which in effect nation alizes existing health insur ance systems. The decree allows the govern ment to seize the funds of all the health insurance companies, make all appointments and make private, hospitals and clinics, mostly Catholic institutions, com pletely subject to ministerial control. During the past months the socialist Minister of I«abor ap pointed many party members to posts in public hospitals, over looking Catholic candidates. Producer IC Rtv. Alcuin F. Egan, S.A., (above) of tho Bronx, N.Y., former associate editor of The Lamp, has been named execu tive producer of the Ave Maria Radio Hour, now in its 21st year. Produced by the Gray moo- Friara, Garrison, N. Y., the half-hour program is heard each week on some 400 stations in the United States, and on more than 300 stations overseas through the facilities of the Armed Forces Radio Service. The program is heard locally on WTVN Radio. Forester Group Announces Weekend Plans Members of the St I-eo Court. Catholic Order of Foresters, in the middle of the golden jubilee year, will honor deceased mem bers at a Requiem High Mass on Saturday, Oct. 15. at 8 a m., in St. Leo Church. On Oct. 16. adult and Boy Ran ger members will receive Com munion at the 6:30 Mass and then will attend breakfast in the school hall. The same evening, adult members and their wives will enjoy an open house. Special honors will he given to nld mem hers. High Court and State Court officers will be present. Boy Rangers will be feted Mon day. Oct. 17. from 7:30 to 9 p.m., in the school hall. Newly-elected officers of the court include A. Theado, chief ranger Leo Hummell, vice-chief ranger George Herman, past chief ranger L. F. Dimel, record ing secretary Joe Bushman, fin ancial secretary, and John Schick, treasurer. The officers, along with trustees Howard Herman, P. Gleich and Schick, will take their obligation of office this Sunday. You Get 6 Pin-On Casement Storm Windows Geon glazing throughout you Get Geon weatherstripping all-around Jill NO MONEY DOWN No Payments ’til December Each precision built to your home-window measurements. GEON vinyl weatherstripped windproof, waterproof, practically wearproof. Plus Alsco aircraft extruded alum inum storm-screen door including 2 storm sash, 2 screens, all fittings I Need More Thon Six Windows? If you need more than 6 easement storm window* your weekly payments change slightly proportion. For Example: 7 windows only....... $1.25 per week 7 windows. 1 picture window. 1 door.............. $1.80 per week 10 windows. 1 picture window, 2 doors............ $3.00 per week Sense of Responsibility Curbs ‘Evervboclv’s Doing It* Idea (N.C.W.C. NEWS SERVICE) PEORIA. III. Give a student a sense of personal re sponsibility and he will be in a better position to figbt off the tendency to do things "because everyone is doing it.” This is what Bishop William E Cousins of Peoria ad vised nearly 250 priests, Brothers, nubs and lay teachers at the annual diocesan high school teachers' institute here. The gathering heard M-gi i liam E. McManus, assistant direr tor of the Education Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, predict that high schools will probably have to re vert to double shifts, keeping the classrooms in use from early morning until late afternoon, to meet the needs of students in the next few years. Bishop Cousins declared that giving students this sen«c of per sonal responsibility is a “neces sity He said it will result in a better relationship" in the home and in the school. It will lead to "a battar sense of right and wrong one in which the students will not hava to do things because av* arybody if doing it," tha Bishop said. Monsignor McManus, directing his remarks to the situation in the entire United States rather than one specific area, outlined the tremendous volume of work that lies ahead for Catholic edu cation. He pointed out that one of ev Decentralization From Cities Goal In Australia SYDNEY (NO Decentral izing the population away from the large cities lies at the heart of the Catholic social program, a statement of the Australian hier- archy declared here. In their annual Social Justice statement, the Bishops stated that cities can become too big for man. They urged acquainting pub lie opinion with the damaging of feet of centralizing the life of the nation and stressing the need fm immediate action hy federal and state governments. The statement pointed out that 54 per cent of Australia's o u I a ion of 8,988,000 is crowded together in the six cap ital cities of Sydney, Mel bourne, Adelaide, Bris bane, Perth and Hobart. A seven-point plan for encour aging decentralization and t^ie de velopment of rural areas was al so included in the statement. This year's statement is the lat est in a series of Social Justice declarations issued by the hier archy since 1941. 6 Alsco Casement Storm Windows Plus Kot Get Alsco aircraft extruded aluminum frames ery four children horn last year ua* baptized a Catholic and three nut nf five of these childien uill go to a Catholic school Ten years from now, grade school enrollments may be dou bled, and during tho next 20 years, high school facilities may be tripled, he said. Speaking of the future Mon signor McManus asserted that high standards of Catholic schools Diii't hr maintained despite bulg ing enioUmrnt* and urged that more attention hr given the ‘bright child especially those gifted in mathematics ni physical sciences.” o---------------— Big Sisters Fete Orphans Saturday The Catholic Big Sisters will entertain the 'oungsters of St Vincent's Orphanage Saturday. Oct. 15. at a picnic at Beech Maple Lodge in Blackock Wood? The part? will begin at 2 and end at 6 m. Miss Edna Mantz is general chaoman. and Mi'-s Gladys Mane Radirh and Mt** Cecilia Groake will direct the games and prize? 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