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The House of Shades
3357 N. High St.
Venetian Blinds. Porch Shades
Drapery Hardware and Rods
Free Estimate Helpful Service
AM. 2 2448 Res. AM 3-2116
NATIONWIDE
INSURANCE
Michael "Bernie"
Fox, Jr.
2467'/j Cleveland Ave., Office
Columbus 11 Ohio
PHONE: AM. 3-5424
Res. AM. 3-7115
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INFORMATION
FRESH LAKE ERIE FISH
On Tuesday, 3 to 9 P.M. and
of N.Y.C. RR. Lloyd Lust.
Youth Notes
INDIA AND SOULS
Archbishop Mar Gregorious writes from India—
"The Missionary parish of K1KATHUR in South
India numbers 3,895 souls—all converts from
Hinduism. We have no church at the present
time. We must build a simple church for these
good souls. The people there are very poor and
as a consequence of extreme poverty an epidemic
broke out recently and many are dying." Can
you, even in a small way help these worthy peo
ple. Even a tiny gift will do wonders. All we
need is $3,666 to give this chapel to the converts
of Kirathur.
REMEMBER GOD AND THE MISSIONS IN YOUR WILL
MISSION SUNDAY is celebrated in many dioceses in October. We
wish to* express our sincere thanks to Bishop Sheen and your
Dioeesan Director of the Propagation of the Faith for their many
kindnesses to the Near East Missions. With Christmas coming soon,
we do need those precious STRINGLESS GIFTS to help many criti
cal eases.
BE GOOD TO GOD AND GOD WILL BE GOOD TO YOU
WHO GIVES TO THE POOR MAKES A LOAN TO GOD
•GO FORTH AND TEACH-BAPTIZING IN MY
NAME”—said The Lord. We have most worthy
lads who wish to be priests but cannot support
themselves during their studies. GEORGE is just
beginning his studies for the Priesthood in ST.
PAUL’S SEMINARY, Trichinopoly, India. He is
praying for some kind benefactor to adopt him
as a priest of God, giving the $160 necessary for
each year of his six years of training. What a gift
of God—a priest!
CO-PARTNER WITH OUR HOLY FATHER
Enrolling a friend or a loved one, living or deceased, you become a
co-partner with our Holy Father in the work of God on the Missions.
GOD'S POOR AND HUNGER
Our Lord and Our Lady of Palestine will bless
you most abundantly if you (ten help us feed the
thousands of PALESTINE REFUGEES who look
to us daily for food. Father Kennedy is with
them and we must get FOOD PACKAGES to him
for these souls for Christmas. $16 will buy a
Food Package. Can yon help ns in this Christ
like charity. The refugees are His blood brothers
from His own homeland of Palestine.
LET US ADORN THE HOUSE OF GOD
We need the following articles for countless Mission Chapels in the
Near East. Can you donate one in memory of a loved one?
Statue ........... $36 Sanctuary lamp..$l& Altar Stone..........$16
Altar .. .T?TT.. 75 Mass book............ 25 Chalice .. .'.-.".'J.. 40
SISTER MARY AUGUSTIN pleads for a friend to help her realise
her ambition of consecration to God. The cost of her training for
two years with the Sisters of the Sacred Heart in Painkolam India
is $156 each year which she does not have. Won’t you help a future
Bride of Christ? You need not give all now.
PENCILS, PAPER. BOOKS—we must worry about these items for
our thirty thousand refugee children that are being educated by us
in the Holy Land. $5 will help us educate one of these children
for a year.
GIVE TO SAVE THE WORLD FOR CHRIST
&12ear&stCDission$i&
Fnm«i« Cardinal SpaNman, President Mtgr. Peter P, Tvehy, Not1 Sec'y
Sand all cemmvnicotieni H:
CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION
480 Lexington Ave. ot 46th St. New York 17, N. Y.
k CLASSIFIED Jl
All who have a wide part can Painting
Classic’Barber Shop, 823 Chillicothe
ALUMINUM AWNINGS
KOOL VENT ALUMINUM AWNINGS
WetherGard Aluminum Products
Third and Bond Phone 2-0601
AMBULANCE SERVICE
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Mart Glynn Ph. 2-3021
BUILDING MATERIALS
Pat's Tru-Lme Blox
PRE-CAST CONCRETE CO. Dial 2-8?31
STELLA'S
Beauty Salon
116—6th St.
Phone 2-8381 Portsmouth, O.
Central Deanery Young Adult
Council Elects New Officers
Marty Van Hoose of St. Mary Magdalene pariah was
named president of the central deanery Young Adults at
the group's annual Conference held last Sunday at the K of
Hall. Others serving the council as officers include Jim
Pavolsky of the Cathedral Club,
vice-president Phyllis Glauder
of Christ the King, secretary
treasurer Paul Scholl of St. Aga
tha and Janet Martin of St. Mary
Magdalene, members at large.
The program of the confer
ence included talks by Father
Richard Dodd of the Youth
Bureau and Miss Betty Plank,
field worker for the Society for
the Propagation of the Faith.
Members of Jhe Council attend
ing the meeting approved a pro
gram for the 1955 50 season. The
spiritual calendar calls for a Day
ot Recollection, Holy Hour, re
treat and the annual rally. The
social calendar includes the an
nual Christmas party, the Fiesta,
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DUNN COAL CO.
Gallia and Broadway Streets
GLASS
PORTSMOUTH GLASS CO.
1541 Gallia St Phone 61301
Wednesday A.M. of each week. Parking Lot In Rear
We Can Furnish
All Your Glass Needs
Paul Duplain Joo Kehoe
Decorating
PAINTING Inside and Oul
Steaming off paper. Patch Plaster
Floor fin. O. M. Greenwood Ph. 4-6967
Rest Homes
RIVERVIEW MANOR convalescent
Home for aged and infirm. Ph. Wm.
The Automotive
annual summer picnic and the
Youth Week Symphony. Other ac
tivities for the young adult
groups in the council include a
variety show and the annual Mar
riage Forum.
A group of young people fron
the Diocese of Columbus are
making plans to attend the na
tional convention of the Council
of- Catholic Youth in St. Louis,
Mo., from Nov. 29 to Dec. 1.
Led by Mary K. Ruddy, member
of St. Agatha parish and national
vice-president of the Council, the
young people will take in the
sessions at the Statler Hotel.
They will also attend an evening
Mass offered by the Archbishop
of St. Louis in the Kiel Auditor
ium and later attend the closing
banquet where former President
Harry S. Truman will be the
main speaker.
Any young people who are grad
uates of high school, interested
in joining the delegation may se
cure information by calling the
Catholic Youth Bureau at CA.
1-5891.
YOUTH WEEK NOTES
The second in a series of prep
meetings to prepare for Catholic
Youth week will be held Sunday
at St. Joseph s Academy at 1:00
p.m. Information concerning the
program and reports on activi
ties planned will be made at this
meeting. All CYO and Young
Officers are requested to se on
hand.
Tickets for the Symphony and
Social sponsored by the Council
as part of the Catholic Youth
week program went on sale last
week. The Pop Concert given by
the Columbus Symphony Orches
tra and social evening with Chuck
Selby’s Orchestra will be held at
Valley Dale Thursday night,
Nov. 3 at 8:15. Mr. Bill Beck of
Christ the King parish is chair
man while Miss Mary Wilson of
Holy Family is in charge of tick
ets.
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Catholic Schools
To Get County
Funds for Buses
ALBUQUERQUE, N. Mex.
(NC)—Eleven New Mexico coun
ties have budgeted county funds
to provide school bus transporta
tion for private school child cn,
despite Baptist-led protests that
such action is a violation of “the
principle of separation of Church
and State.”
The counties have set the funds
aside in accordance with the 1955
transportation bill passed by the
State legislature.
Shortly before the Governor
signed the bill last March,
Baptist Church leaders began
to protest against it. In Sep
tember, establishment of a
State chapter of Protestants
and Other Americans United
for Separation of Church and
State was undertaken here as
an outgrowth of 'he fight.
The bill provides that each
PORTSMOUTH S'
Business Equipment
Clary Adding Machines and Smith
Corona Typewriters. Sales. Rentals
and Service. Stapleton Office Sup
ply, 829 Sixth. Phone 3-2731.
Gasoline Engines, Parts and Service
17th and Grandview Phone 3-3891
STAHLER'S
PHARMACY
208 Market St. Phone 2-3171
Pickerel, Perch, White Bass and Auto and Window Glass Installed Phone 3209 and 665 Phone 2860
Sheephead. Fish dressed al
additional 5c per lb. cost.
1 mile north of Ashley on
Westfield Rd 2nd house east
Portsmouth, Ohio
SEAGRAVES ELECTRIC
COMPANY
Electric Wiring ui all Kinds
Phone 3-4351 1661 11th St
KURFEES
PAINTS A VARNISHES
East End Hardware
Supply Company & Supply Company
713 Gay St.—Phone 3-4161
£0000000000000000000003
IDEAL MILK CO.
PORTSMOUTH
DIAL 3-295)
MELCHER FUNERAL HOME
Phone AMBULANCE Phono
23191 SERVICE 47831
1417 Offnere St.
2033 Gallia
5346 Gallia—Phone Scioto 90 Phone 4-8413 Portsmouth, O.
Christian
Lumber Co.
1403—4th St. Phone 6443
West Portsmouth, Ohio
WALLPAPER
Regular 25c to $1.25 Values
GLIDDEN PAINTS
WEIGAND'S
Off Street Parking 84 Gallia Street PORTSMOUTH, OHIO
Bishop Bryan J. McEntegart, Rector of Ca
tholic University of America, personally wel
comes the 22 freshmen winners of archdio
cosan scholarships given annually by the
University. Winners this year came from 19
Oratorical
Finals Will Be
Held Nov. 1
The finals of the first ora
torical contest for high school
seniors of the city of Colum
bus will be held during Cath
olic Youth Week as part of
the program sponsored by
the diocesan council of Cath
olic Youth. The contestants
will meet in the auditorium
of St. Joseph’s Academy, Tues
day, Nov. 1, at 8 p. m.
Young people who are mem
bers of the parish CYO are elig
ible to enter the contest. Entry
blanks must be signed by the
pastor and the principal of the
high school which they attend.
Preliminaries will have taken
place in the competing schools
by Oct. 15. Two finalists from
each school will be entered in the
finals.
Speech topics will ba based
on the Youth Weak theme,
"Youth Our Hope." The
speech must be original and
not more than seven minutes
in length.
Winners in the contest will re
ceive a cash prize and the op
portunity of appearing on a tele
vision program.
Robert Ferris of Immaculate
Conception parish, Monica Alt
man of Corpus Christi parish and
Mary Schwartz of St. Mary Mag
dalene parish form the commit
tee in charge of arrangements
for the program.
county may furnish transporta
tion for all children attending
classes in compliance with the
state’s compulsory school attend
ance law, provided they travel
in the same manner and oVer the
same routes provided for pupils
attending public schools.
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to be remembered when you are
distributing your patronage in
thes° different lines of business.
WALL PAPERS OF DISTINCTION PITTSBURGH PAINTS
ART WALLPAPER CO.
325 S. High St., Columbus, Ohio CA. 4-6421
BICYCLES
HOLMAN CYCLE SHOP
LEE'S
WATCH REPAIR
MINFORD, OHIO
Open Evenings until 8 Next door to the Post Office
4
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C. Her
rm an & Sons Co.
MEAT MARKETS
8th and Murray St. 913 Gallia St.
For Advertising Rates
Write:
AD DEPT.
CATHOLIC TIMES
P. O. BOX 636
COLUMBUS OHIO
Dr. Charles Stockham
CHIROPRACTOR
4302 Gallia St., New Boston, Ohio
Phone: Boston 523
ANNE'S
Pastry Shops
828 Gallia Ph. 26721
708 Chillicothe St. Ph. 27291
10c to 49c Single Roll STEWARTS
DRUG STORE
ORIGINAL CUT RATE
Drugs Prescriptions
904 GALLIA PH. 2447
The Bishop Greets the Winners
PORTLAND, Ore. (NC)
Father John Cronin, S.
S., urged both management
and labor to take a “construc
tive view” of such “momen
tous events” in the field of
industrial relations as the
beginning of the guaranteed
annual wage and the merger
of the two major labor organ
izations.
The assistant director of the
Social Action Department. Na
tional Catholic Welfare Confer
ence, made his plea at the clos
ing session of Portland’s Catholic
Conference on Industrial and So
cial Relations.
Asserting that the primary goal
of the UAW drive for the guar
anteed annual wage is to stimu
late management to provide
steady full-time employment for
workers, Father Cronin declared:
"Millions are tired of the
gamble, the insecurity connect
ad with their daily work," the
priest said. "They wish to be
able to plan for the future with
some assurance. Stable family
life demands such planning.
“On the other side of the
fence, businessmen have the
same attitude. They realize that
some risks are inherent in a free
enterprise system. But they wish
to keep such risks to a minimum.
“Is is unreasonable,” contin
ued Father Cronin, “to ask both
labor and management to get to
geth' on a problem which con
cerns them both? Stable produc
tion means both assured work
and a reasonable chance of
steady profits. But this stability
cannot come about as a result of
chance. There must be some com
mon effort on the part of labor
and management to plan for the
Licensed
Bonded
VISIT OUR
SHOWROOM
states and the District of Columbia. Each
scholarship carries with it full tuition for
four years and has a total value of $2,400.
Awards are made on the basis of academic
standing and character.
Pope Cites Traffic Toll,
Assails Drunken Driving
CASTELGANDOLFO, Italy (NC) Current prob
lems, such as the rising number of highway accidents due
to drunken driving, were touched upon by His Holiness
Pope Pius XII in a talk to road experts from all parts of
the world.
Priest Lauds
UAW’s New
Salary Plan
In an audience for 500 delegates attending the second
world congress of the Interna
tional Highway Federation, the
Holy Father urged the creation
of a better educated public opin
ion so that “an atmosphere of
courtesy, moderation and pru
dence, corresponding to the best
traditions of Christian civiliza
tion. may rule the highways He
also praised the federation’s ef
forts to awaken among drivers a
keener sense of their responsibil
ity.
Discussing the psychological
cause of accidents, the Pope de
clared:
"It is necessary to install In
all drivers a sense of their
grave duty to respect the lives
of others. A salutary fear of
immediate and adequate re
pressive measures doubtlessly
contributes toward this end,
but the police alone cannot pre
vent perils created by drivers
who are not masters over them
selves because they are carried
away by a passion for speed,
or intoxicated."
The Pontiff underscored also
the importance of enforcing a
strict highway discipline, and the
obligation resting on drivers to
observe a proper safety margin,
in order to cope with imprudent
drivers and unforeseen difficul
ties.
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TB Society
X-Rays Over
405 at Springs
Free chest X-rays were given to
college and high school students
at St. Mary of the Springs Col
lege and Academy on Monday,
Oct. 2. and Tuesday, Oct. 3. by
the Tuberculosis Society of Co
lumbus and Franklin County.
The society parked its Christ
mas Seal X-ray Cruiser on the
school grounds both days.
future and to remove as many
hazards as possible from the in
dustrial process."
Editor of ‘‘Catholic Theater’
Sister Elizabeth Seton, O.P., above, head of the Speech and
Drama Department of the College of St. Mary of the Springs, is
the newly-appointed editor of "Catholic Theatre," official publi
cation of the Catholic Theatre Conference. Sister Seton is shown
checking a galley proof of her first effort with sophomore
president Joan O'Connor, an active member of Merry Masquers.
ZACK'S
Plumbing & Heating, Inc.
Commercial Industrial Residential
Complete Repair Service'
New Installations Remodeling
AM. 3-0109
3021 Indianola Ave
Friday, Oct. 14 1955 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7
COMBINATION STORM SCREEN
DOORS and WINDOWS
CHARLES J. MELFI
Member K. C. Council 2898
281 Letchworth BR. 9-6185 Columbus 4, Ohio
MORTGAGE LOANS
FHA and Conventional
Improvement Loans
Fergus Theibert Donald J. Kramer
The Guarantee, Title & Trust Co.
22 W. Gey St. Columbus, O.
Est. 1899 CA. 1-5531
PERPETUAL NOVENA
Our Lady of Perpetual Help
Every Tuesday 7:30 p.m.
St. Christopher’s
Church
Grandview & Ida
OCTOBER
The Month of the Rosary
October is dedicated to the Rosary and it provides
us a period of time to initiate and develop a year
round spiritual habit. The family Rosary daily is a
world wide devotion given holy impetus at Fatima by
Our Lady. Can we do anything but follow such Spirit
ual dii ection?
A WIDE CHOICE OF ROSARIES
Sturdy Black Bead Rosary ......................................$1.25
Black Cocoe Bead With
Sterling Crucifix and Chain .... $5.00
Clear Crystal With Sterling Chain ....................... $6.00
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