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S—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
CA 4-1915
SECTION
INFORMATION
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On Tuesday, 3 to 9 P.M. and
Wednesday A of each week
Pickerel Perch. White Rate and
Sheephead Fish dressed at
additional 5c per cost.
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Westfield Rd.. 2nd house east
of N.Y.C RR Lloyd Lust.
All who have a wide part ran
art .iirk trim at th*
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ALUMINUM AWNINGS
KOOL ENT ALUMINUM VWMNGS
WetherGard Aluminum Product.
Third and Bond Phone 2-0601
AMBULANCE service
AMBULANCE SERVICE
Mart Gbnn Ph. 2 3021
Phone
23191
aaasi
Friday, Oct. 21,1955
COMBINATION STORM SCREEN
DOORS and WINDOWS
CHARLES J. MELFI
Member K C, Council 2898
288 Letchworth BR. 9-6185 Columbu* 4, Ohio
MORTGAGE LOANS
FHA and Conventional
Improvement Loans
Fergus Iheibert Donald J. Kramer
The Guarantee, Title & Trust Co.
22 W. Gay 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 A Ida
BUYING A
NEW CAR?
We Arrange Financing
$4.00
PER HUNDRED PER YEAR
No Rod Tape No Hidden Charge*
NEW CARS AND TRUCKS
LOWEST INSURANCE RATES
The Arthur J. McCann Agency
233 South High Street
Columbus, Ohio
CLASSIFIED
FR. 4-3112
Bueineee Equipment
Clary Adding Machine* and Smith
Corona Typewriters. Sales. Rentala
and Service Stapleton Office Sup
ply, 829 Sixth. Phone 3 2731.
1417 Offnoro St.
Off Street Parking
The Styli
KIRBY'S FLOWERS
GALLIA AT FINDLAY STREETS
3-2661 Portameuth, Ohio
The Citizens Saving and Loan
Association Company
SOS Chillicothe St.
Coel
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Gallis end Broadway Streets
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Paul Duplain Joo Kehoe
Painting Decorating
PAINTING Inside and Out
Steaming off paper. Patch Plaster
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Rest Homes
Rl\ ERVIEVV MANOR convalescent
Home for aged and infirm. Ph Wm
Erasure, Lucasville 3691 for rates
MELCHER FUNERAL HOME
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SERVICE
Phone
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Hypnotic
Performances
Called Sinful
BOSTON—(NO—"It is entire
ly wrong to use hypnotism for
purposes of entertainment,” Ca
tholics in this archdiocese have
been warned.
In answer to questions from
readers regarding a recent tele
vision program, “Truth or Con
sequences.” which features a
hypnotized girl attempting to
break out of the hypnosis for a
$100,000 prize, The Pilot, arch
diocese newspaper, in a front
page article stated:
"Hypnotic performances which
have no other value than to pro
vide amusement are seriously
sinful, both
and for his
consents to
tendance at
ces, whether directly or through
radio or television broadcast,
represents cooperation in the
wrongdoing of others. Unless
there is some serious justifying
reason, such cooperation will be
at least venially sinful.”
The article said that hypnotism
can be justified sometimes, if it
is used for the cure of psycho
logical disorders, or in a serious
scientific experiment, o^ for sim
ilar grave reasons.
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Annual Clothing
Drive Planned
Bv U.S. Bishops
WASHINGTON The Arch
bishops and Bishops of the Unit
ed States have decided to conduct
another Thanksgiving Clothing
Campaign to assist the destitute
and homeless in all parts of the
world.
Dates for the campaign have
been fixed for November 20 to
27. during which time American
Catholics will be called upon to
make contributions of clothing,
shoes, bedding and blankets for
shipments to Europe, the Near
East, Middle East and Far East.
Archbishop Karl J. Alter, chair
man of the drive, said that, as in
past campaigns, the coming cam
paign will follow the patterns of
others which have been staged
during the last eight years. The
Archbishops and Bishops have
been called upon to appoint direc
tors for the campaign in their re
spective archdiocese.1 and dioces
es. The directors will work in co
operation with CRS-N.C.W.C. and
also will plan for individual par
ish cooperation in the drive.
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UNION CITY, N.J (NO—Sol
emn Requiem Alaas for Father
Cosmas Boyle, 50, Passionist mis
sinner and World War II chap
lain. recipient of the Silver Star
for gallantry in action, was of
fered in St. Michael’s Monastery
Church. Hk med (Oct. 7)*in Balti
more.
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Phone Boston 135-G
REAL ESTATE
Residential and Commercial
Farms and Management
R. L. Kizer
REALTOR
613 Gay. Phone 4-4491
Portsmouth, Ohio
Member of National Association
of Real Estate Boards
E. H. RUSSELL
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1104 Gallia St.
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BICYCLES
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I7ih and Grandview Phone 3-3891
Open Evening, until 8
KURFEES
PAINTS A VARNISHES
East End Hardware
Supply Company
2033 Gallia
Phono 4-8413 Portsmouth, O
Christian
Lumber Co.
1403—4th St. Phone 6443
West Portsmouth, Ohio
WALLPAPER
10c to 49c Single Roll
Regular 25c to 1.25 Values
GLIDDEN PAINTS
WEIGAND'S
14 Gallie Street
it
for the hypnotizer
subject who freely
the procedure. At
hypnotic performan-
Nuns Attend C.D. Course
He said that the Moslem relig
ious centers and schools there
had either been destroyed or in
corporated into a state system
of education. Local government
was directly controlled by Mos
cow, as was the economic lite of
the Moslem inhabitants.
Mr. Kennedy's companion on
the trip was Associate Justice
William O. Douglas of the U.
S. Supreme Court. Mr. Kennedy
said they heard the United
States criticized for racial seg
regation, but found th»t in
Central Asia, European chil
dren and children of the natives
attended different schools.
Soviet police officials also told
them the American use of wire
tapping devices was to be ab
horred. but Mr. Kennedy said he
found evidence that their private
conversations were
ored.
being monit-
avea were be
slave labor
New lands in the
ing developed by
gangs.'he said. But he admitted
that the considerable moderniza
tion of farming methods and an
LEE'S
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MINFORCX OHIO
Next door to the Pest Office
C. Herrnian & Sono Co.
MIAT MARKETS
8th and Murray St. 913 Gallia St.
Phone 3209 and 685 Phone 2860
Dr. Charles Stockham
CHIROPRACTOR
4302 Gallia St New Boston, Ohio
Phone: Boston 623
ANNE'S
Pastry Shops
•21 Gallia Ph. 26721
70* Chillicothe St. Ph. 27291
The firms listed here deserve
to h" remembered when you are
distributing your patronage tn
these different lines of business.
STEWART’S
DRUG STORE
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Plumbing
& Repairs
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ELECTRIC "EEL"
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Backhoe-
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Phone West Portsmouth
9564
GLENN'S
Plumbing Shop
2221 Rose Ave.
We*t Portsmouth
4
a*
When members of the fourth Civil Defense course converged
on the Ohio State campus recently, they were probably surprised
to find two nuns in their group. Sister Marie Virgine, second
row, left, and Sister Joan Marie, director and associate director,
respectively, of the civil defense program at Mt. Carmel Hospital,
Columbus, were in the group of 29 taking the staff administration
course. Dr. Howard L. Bevis, president of the university, is
shown counselling Sister Virgine during a problem on tactical
operation. At the right is Dr. Ronald B. Thomson, registrar and
examiner at OSU. Ohio is now one of seven states offering the
civil defense staff administration courses.
Kennedy Believes Central
Asian People Paid Heavily
WASHINGTON (NO The people of Central Asia
ptid a terrible price in suffering and loss of freedom for
their incorporation into the Soviet Union. Robrt F. Kennedy,
who toured parts-of Russia this summer, told an audience
here.
The Chid Counsel of the Sen
ate Permanent Subcommittee on
Investigations and brother of
Senator John Kennedy of Massa
chusetts told a gathering at the
first Gaston lecture at George
town University that his visit
took him to the chief colonial
area of the USSR, the five Re
publics in Central Asia.
upsurge of industrialization would
impress visiting delegations. How
ever. these are only outward
signs, he cautioned.
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North American
College in Rome
Opens 96th Year
ROME —(NC)— The North
American College opened its 96th
school year today with an enroll
ment of 300 students'.
Of this number. 247 were regis
tered at the new college quarters
on Janiculum Hill to take studies
in preparation for the priesthood.
They represented 24 archdioces
es, 66 dioceses and almost all of
the 48 states. During the 1955-56
school year, 90 of them will take
their principal studies in philos
ophy. The remaining 157
dents will comprise the
classes studying theology.
At the Casa Santa Mana
'Umilta, graduate department of
the North American College, 53
priest-students representing 33
dioceses and archdioceses regis
tered for higher studies.
Win Bugle Corps Tide
MIAMI, Fla—(NC)—For the
second consecutive year the Bless
ed Sacrament Golden Knights of
Newark, N. J., won the American
legion .Junior Drum and Bugle
Corps Championship here.
1\ oven a
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
Mondays—St. Mary Magdalene
Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m.
(Mass and service.) 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m.,
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 1:15 p.m.,
ST? ANTHONY NOVENA—
St Petor'e Church, Columbus—
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR MOTHER OF PERPET
UAL HELP NOVENA ft.
Christopher’s church, Colum
bus Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. Ladislaus church'
Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30
p.m.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA Holy Cross Church,
Columbus Fridays 11:30 a.
m. (Mass and services), 12
noon, 3 p.m., 5:20 p.m. and
7:30 p.m.
SACRED HEART NOVENA
—Sacred Heart Church, Colum
bus—Friday, 7:45 p.m.
IMMACULATE CONCEP
TION NOVENA St. Leo's
church, Columbus Friday,
7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. John the Evange
list Church, Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA Holy Family Church,
Columbus—Sundays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR LADY OF FATIMA
NOVENA St. Aloysius
Church, Columbus Sundays,
7:45 p.m.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA
St. Joseph church, Dover,
Tuesday evenings, 7:00.
SORROWFUL MOTHER NO
VENA St. Nicholas Church,
Zanesville. Fridays—11:30
Mass, Novena Services at
noon and 7:30 p.m.
In the Soviet Union, the report
stated, discrimination is not
against any particular church or
sect, but "against religion in gen
eral.
"Suspects Only"
“Discrimination against mem
bers of specific religious groups,’’
MEXICO CITY One of the
most treasured curiosities in the
National Library here are the six
issues of La Gaceta de Mexico,
(The Mexican Gazette), the first
newspaper published in the West
ern Hemisphere.
The paper, a monthly, was the
progenitor of modern-day news
papers in the New World, and
was edited by Father Juan Ig
nacio Maria Castorena.
Nothing like today’s newspa
pers, the Gazette had more the
appearance of a book, due to the
profuse use of illuminated letters.
Still, this was the news organ
of 18th century Mexico, with
roughly 80 per cent of the con
tents devoted to religious mat
ters.
There were no news reports as
we know them today. The style
was rambling, and gossipy. What
one could term the first “news
item” reads:
'Hoort of America'
"The most noble Mexico, head
of New Spain and the heart of
America, has celebrated comple
tion of two centuries after the
Conquest, the 13th of August of
last year
Another front page story spoke
of the burning of the Royal Hos
pital but, thanks to the kind gen
erosity of the Viceroy (Marquis
de Valero) a new church and hos
pital were to be erected on the
site of the gutted building.
stu
four
Father de Castorena had "cor
respondents” in Europe, Asia and
all “the lands under Spanish do
minion.” There were no telegraph
wires or cables in those days so
the news came by slow sail boat
and by courier from the provinc
es in Mexico, as well as from
Florida, Madrid, Paris and Rome,
dell
Dust storms and hurricanes al
so troubled the city then. A re
port dated February 15. 1722, told
of a combined hurricane and dust
storm that obliterated the sun,
causing thp faithful tn offer up
12
no
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vena services are started or re
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Religious Discrimination In
USSR Continues, Escapees Say
NEW YORK (NC) Despite the Soviet Union's
claim that it recognizes religious freedom, any student
known to practice a religion is almost certam to be excluded
from that country’s institutions of higher learning.
This fact was brought out in a study on Discrimination
in education in the People s De
mocracies made by the Free Eu
rope Committee here. The survey
was based on the educational laws
and policies of the different com
munist countries, in addition to
reports by escapees.
it is pointed out, "exists only if
such groups are also suspect on
political grounds.” It said, for ex
ample, that while the Jews were
subjected to a "vicious anti-Se
mitic campaign” in recent years,
this was due more to the fact
that they were suspected of
"Zionism.” "Trotskyism” and "in
herent bourgeoisism” than to
their religion.
Persons belonging to Russia's
minority religions including
Catholics are "doubly sus
Priest Edited First Paper
Published in New World
special prayers in the cathedral
and other parishes. The phenome
na lasted for over an hour.
'Wafer Stones'
In March of the same year, the
Gazette printed a story from Za
catecas telling of a storm “of wa
ter, stones and lightning, which
filled all citizens with fear” and
flooded part of the city.
There were notices of births
and deaths and marriages. One
important social event reported
was the marriage of the Prince
of Asturias with the Princess
de Montpesier, fourth daughter
of the Duke of Orleans, regent
of France, which took place
with the consent of King Felipe
V of Spain. A "bulletin” with a
Paris dateline gave a detailed
account of the pomp and cir
cumstance of the royal mar
riage.
Unfortunately, the Mexican
Gazette ceased publication with
the issue of June, 1722. History
records that the priest-editor had
the usual share of abuse thrown
at a newspaperman’s Jiead. He
was criticized, censored, even
beaten for deigning to print the
news. Finally, the good priest had
to give up Aside from not having
his work appreciated, he had run
out of money. The paper had been
printed with his own personal
funds, and it never attracted ad
vertisers.
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pect," the report said. That is
so, it continued, because the
central authorities and intellec- ..
tual leadership of the non-Or
thodox religions lie ou’side of
Russia and beyond the control
and influence of the Commun
ist Party.
In addition to churchgoers, the
report said, women, ethnic min
orities and certain social and eco
nomic groups are also disci imin
ated against in the schools ol the
Soviet Union.
Elimination Plan
"Discrimination of the basis
ol political activity." the report
declared, “cannot be said to exist,
as any student discovered to be
engaged in non governmental po
litical activity is not discrimin
ated against—he is eliminated.”
Discrimination based on sex. it.,
no’ted, exists though it is con
trary to government policy. It is.
most marked, it said, at the high
er educational levels.
Peasants, who account for.,
about half of Russia's population,
are also the victims of education-'
al discrimination, according to
the report.
Red Principle
Discrimination on the basis of so
cial origin it declared, “is a funda
mental principle of communist ed
ucation.”
While certain groups are sub
ject to discrimination, it contin
ued, other groups in the "class
less society” are definitely fav
ored.
The report pointed out that on
ly the,first seven years of school
are free in the Soviet Union. Aft
er the seventh year all Russian
students must pay tuition fees.
Even when a student receives
government aid, the report de-,
dared, he can pay these fee*
only if he comes from a relative
ly prosperous family.
“It is the socio-economic posi
tion of the parents,” it concluded,
“which largely determines the
possibility of higher education
for the child.”
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MONTREAL, Que.—(NC)—Hi*
Eminence Paul-Emile Cardinal
Leger, Archbishop of Montreal,
marked the fifth anniversary of
his nightly radio broadcast of
the Rosary with a special serv
ice in the Cathedral Basilica of
Mary Queen of the World.
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