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MASS SATURDAY, MARCH 10 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Gloria. Second and third prayers (in Low Masses) of the Forty Holy Crown ed Martyrs and for the Pope, Preface of Ix'nt, Prayer over the People. SUNDAY, MARCH 11 THE FOURTH SUNDAY IN LENT LAETARE SUNDAY Rose vestments, no Gloria. Credo. Preface of l^ent. MONDAY, MARCH 12 FEAST OF ST. GREGORY, DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH White vestments. Gloria, Sec ond prayer of the feria, Third for the Pope in honor of his anni versary, Credo, Preface of Lent. Last Gospel of St. John. STOP DREAMING! Let our low-cost Home Built) ,ing Loan help you in construe lion easy only of your house. Budget Monthly Payments begin at completion of house interest charged only on money disbursed for building. Come in for more details. FREE PARKING FEDERAL SAVINGS LOAN ASSN. PHONE CA. I 7567 Friday, March 9.1956 (RD() the IT eek TUESDAY, MARCH FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Second prayer (in Low for the Pope, Preface of Lent, Prayer over the People. HERE'S AU YOU DO Just stop in at any electric appliance dealer's store when he’s giving a demonstration of modem electric cooking. Watch the demon stration at any time between 9:30 A. Mr and 4 30 P.M. on the days scheduled below. Then be sure you get your FREE special group of famous JO PORTARO cosmetics. HERE'S WHAT YOULL GET FREE I |o portaro’B LIQUID MAKI-UP foundation, powder, hnt... all in one Sells for $3 00 H» portaro e TIXTURI LOTION profocta your akin from rough went her. Sella for 1.50 portaro’a famous BROW-MAKIR 7B« plua FRII beauty ohau-t. Thursday, Mar. 8 Monday, Mar. 12 Boston Store Annex IM N. High St. John Evans Frexen Food and Modern Appliance Cantar 354 8. State St. Westerville, Ohio Loveless Appliances I. Main St. West Jefferson, Ohio Gloria, Masses) WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for the Pope. Preface of Lent, Prayer over the People. THURSDAY, MARCH 15 FERIAL DAY vestments, no Gloria, prayer (in Low Masses) Violet Second for the Prayer over the People. Pope, Preface of Lent, FRIDAY, MARCH 16 FERIAL DAY Violet vestments, no Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for the Pope, Preface of Lent, Prayer over the People. SATURDAY, MARCH 17 FEAST OF ST. PATRICK White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer of the feria, Third (in Low Masses) for the Pope. Pre face of Lent, Last Gospel of St. John. Former Bulletin Staffer Baltimore ‘Review' Editor BALTIMORE. MD Gerard E. Sherry pointed managing Catholic Review, the Archidocese Announcement of (NC) has been ap editor of The newspaper of of Baltimore, the appoint ment ol the former staff mem ber of The Catholic Universe Bul letin. Cleveland, was made by Archbishop Francis P. Keough here. Mi’. Sherry will take up his new duties in April. Lay Retreats 1956 March 8 11 ........ Men March 16 18 ..................Women March 23-25 Women April 6-8 Men April 13-15 Men April 20-22 .... Men LAY RETREAT HOUSE St Therese Shrine S277 E. Broad Street Yes Ma’am’...and every homemaker in this area will get all these famous IE free...just for attending a 1956 winter range festival demonstration Sister M. Corona, O.S.F., of St. Mary High School, one of the original promoter, of the now annual diocesan music festival, gives some of her pupils some extra pointers in prepara tion for the 1956 Elementary School Festival. The event is scheduled for Sunday, March 11, at the New Veterans' Memorial Building. A ax Aided School, Too WASHINGTON —(NC) The prohibition against racial segre gation in the nation's public schools also applies to tax-sup ported colleges and universities, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled. The highest tribunal made the ruling in upholding a decision by a three-judge U.S. District Court in Greensboro, N. C., which order ed the admission of three Negroes to the University of North Caro lina. War: ads can make more noise ioi your product than a biass band with 1.000 members. HERE'S WHAT YOU'LL SEE Why an I lac trie Reef a Meant Bettor Meal, I See why electric cooking is more precise why it takes all the guesswork out of meal preparation Wed Home Furnishing Co 134 Fourth St. R. I. Bituser & Sons 41 I. Main St. West Jefferson, Ohie Linden Electric Appliance Co. 1*11 Cleveland Ave. lord's Inc. 149 I. Mam St. Why an oosmotioa Electric Banja it ThursM Mar. 15 Lord's Inc. 147 I. Main St. Fidelity Sales Co WS7 Indianola Ave. Westgate Electric 1*55 W. Broad It. Annex Appliance Dept. Freshman-Dexter A LA (NC) The body of former President Elpidio Quirino of the Philippines was laid to rest after the leaders and throngs of the people of his grieving nation assisted at his funeral services. Archbishop Rufino Santos of Manila began four days of obsequies by offering a Requiem Mass in the nearby town ol Novaliches. where Mr. Quirno had lived since his retirement and where he died (February 29) after a heart attack. He was 65. Requiem Masses on the next two days were oil cred at Mala canan. the Presidential Palace, by the Papal Nuncio. Archbishop Egidio Vagnozzi, and Archbishop Santiago Sancho of Nueva Sego via. Burial followed special pray ers at the palace and at San Mar celino Church. cosmetics Cleaner I Electric heat create* no greasy film to dirty up the kitchen keeps pota and pans as bright as new. utemie COtUMOUt AHO MXfflittN OHIO IlKIOK COMTAMY McCalla's Furniture & Appliances 17 S. Main St. Canterbury, Ohio Wolfe Electric 1417 w. Broad St. 1 total of 1,000 students will tako part in the program. Pictured with Sister, left to right, are Mary Margaret King, Robert Weber, Elizabeth Ann Wolf and Carol Brooks. Tickets for the festival are being handled by the Diocesan Lay Teachers Association. Archbishops Offer Requiems For Former President QuirinoI Mi Quirino, who was anointed conditionally at his hilltop home in Novaliches. had been in poor health for many years. He be came president of the Philippine Republic on the death of Presi dent Manuel Roxas in April. 1948. and served until he was succeed ed by say on saysay iod of President Ramon Magsay .January 1, 1954. Mr. Mag-1 has decreed a 30-day per mourning for the nation. I Ouirino is survived by I two of his children, Thoma, Oui- I rino and Mrs. Victoria Gon I zales. His wife end his three I other children wore all slain by I the Japanese in February, 1945, I as U.S. troops were liberating the Philippines. The former president, a law-1 yer. devoted most of his life tol public service. During his ten-1 ure as president, he «as beset byl economic problems caused by the detastatmn of war and by intern al strife brought on by the ter roristic activities ol the communI ist led link rebels. He was credI ited with doing much to keep the Philippines a democratic main -tay in Asia, (or advancing it on the economic front and for main taming strong ties of friendship with the United States. Mr. Quirino. who had been im piisoned for a time by the Jap anese during World War 11. was recovering from a heart attack when he succeeded to the presi dency He commented at the time: ‘‘President niocracy and down my life I know I am time.” Roxas died for de I am ready to lay for the same cause, living on borrowed St. Charles Fete Set for May 9 Officers of the St. Charles Alumni Club, alumni and Stage Crafters, have announced that the annual Spring festival held at the Seminary will take place this year, Wednesday, May 9. A spaghetti dinner and festival will be featured. n PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS Of Interest to Catholics RADIO PROGRAMS Saturday, March 10 WTVN, Columbus, 7:30 p.m.—In spiration Please Series pro duced by Father Patrick Peyton. Sunday, March 11 WPKO, Waverly, 8:45 a.m.—Sacred Heart Program. WLW. 11:30 a.m. College on Hill— Mt. St. Joseph Choir WHIZ, Zanesville, 11:45 a.m.— Christophers. WLW. Cincinnati, 2 30 p.m.—Cath olic Hour. WPKO, Waverly, 4 45 p.m—Hour of St. Francis. WNXT. Portsmouth. 5 30 p.m.— Greatest Story Ever Told. WCOL. Columbus, 5.30 p.m.— Greatest Story Evet Told. WNXT Portsmouth. 8:00 p.m.— Hour of St. WTVN, Columbus. Maria Hour. WTVN. Columbus, Francis. 10:00 p.m.—Ave Catholic News. WTVN Columbus, Family Theater 10:45 p.m.— 11:00 p.m— Produced by Father Patrick Peyton. Tuesday, March 13 WCOL. Columbus, 8:30 p.m.—Life Is Worth Living Bishop Sheen. WNXT. Portsmouth. 8:30 p.m. Life Is Worth Living Bishop Sheen. Doily WLW, Cincinnati, 8:10 am—St, Man Seminary Morning Pray- TELEVISION PROGRAMS Sunday, March 11 9 00 a WBNS-TV, Columbus, Christophers. W’LW-G. Columbus, 9.00 am. Christophers. WLW.C. Columbus, Christophers. WBNS-TV. Columbus, 9.00 am. 10.30 a.m. Look up and Live. WLW-C Columbus, 1:00 p.m.—“We Believe" Se-ies produced by NCCM. deal* with basic beliefs of Catholic Church. Tuesday, March 13 WBNS-TV. Columbus. 9:00 am Touring the Town. Parochial atu dents take trip to bakery. Thursday, March 19 WTVN, Columbus, 8:00 p.m -Life la Worth Living Bishop Fulton J. Sheen. Prelate Warns Of Rising Red Tide Italy MILAN. Italy (NC) The! growing threat of common-1 ism in Italy has been emphas-1 ized by Archbishop Giovanni I B. Montini of Milan in his I Lenten pastoral letter. I Communism is making pro-1 gress in this country’, the I Archbishop said, despite the! fact that it is “contrary to our I history, our beliefs, our culture, I our needs and our interests.” I It might have been thought at I one time, he continued, that com-1 munism was a passing postwar! phenomenon destined to fade! away with the restoration ofl peace and public order. Instead.! he stated, it has had an alarming! spread in Italy, where there are! more communists than in any! other country outside the Iron! Curtain. I Two factors are responsible fori the increasing Red threat, he I said. They are communist organi-l zation and propaganda "Unfortunately :t has found I an ideological and social tur- I moil on which it thrives in the I unsteady cultural and civic cli- I mate of our country," he said, "in its individualistic and re bellious temperament, in its native instinct for opposition to the laws of the community, I in the too easy homage which our mentality gives to foreign formulas and in the irresponsi ble puritanism of some men who are always ready to recog I nize good in an enemy and er ror in a friend. “Every compromise of atheistic I communism,” he said, “hides a I secret plan to disarm and subju Igate whoever deals with it.” Filthy Mail (Continued from Page 1) I The Post Office presently isl hampered in several ways from! keeping pornographic literature! from the mails. It is forbidden byl court rulings to judge a piece ofl literature before its publication,! thus it must attempt to use oth-l er devices, such as charges ofl fraud, to discontinue an obscenel publication. And only rarely is it I successful in this. I The Post Office can take dis-1 tributors of obscene literature tol court, but only after publication! of the article and i nly after the Department completes a series of administrative steps These administrative moves, called for by law. usually delay the start of any court action for as long as six or seven weeks, it has been explained. In this time, the publisher has received about all the money he is going to get from his latest mailing of dirty literature. He goes to court and pays a fine which is only a small traction of what he earned on his' publication. Then after a period I of time, he prints up another I batch of dirty literature and the I process begins again. President (Continued from Page 1) to the people of the entire world. Rich and poor, famous and ob scure, men of diverse faiths—all have found comfort and guidance in his words and example. More than any other single man, he has provided the intellectual and spiritual direction so sorely need ed in this confused and strife ridden world.” In Vatican City, some 10,000 parsons greeted the Pontiff on the day following his 80th birthday. Included in ths dale* gation were a ’arg.* number of U.S. service men. VATICAN CITY (NC) Special delegations from the Unit ed States and 39 other nations have announced they will partici pate in the solemn Laetare Sun day celebration in St. Peter’s Ba silica of His Holiness Pope Pius Nil's 80th birthday and the 17th anniversary of his crowning as Supreme Pontiff. Pontiff Lauds Generosity of U.S. Catholics NEW YORK (NC) His Holiness Pope Pius XII has! expressed confidence thatl American Catholics will be “generous and wholehearted! as in the past” in their re-1 sponse to this year’s Bishops’ Relief Fund Appeal. This is a very precarious truce! during which the forces of mater-1 ialism seek the social and ec-l onomic collapse of their adver-l saries, the Holy Father contin ued. The Holy Father's praise was in a letter addressed to the Arch bishops and Bishops of the Unit ed States and released here by Catholic Relief Services—Nation al Catholic Welfare Conference, under whose auspices the appeal is carried out. The Holy Father told the hier archy that “the liberal manner in which, year after year, they (the faithful) have complied with your request, has enabled Us to continue and expand Our works of paternal beneficence, and at the same time it has made it posI sible for you to maintain your own praiseworthy relief organiI zation. bringing consolation and hope to countless thousands.** If you haven't been reading the want ads, you have been losing money. Read them and profit. II New LooE"fihouM The new look is a saucy forward look smooth .. shiny or dull. A large collection of many flattering shapes, all of Spring's most important colors designed to harmonize with your entire wardrobe this season 'oman 52 W. Broad St Ground Floor Lincoln-LeVeque Tower Bldg Columbus, Ohio As a ‘Must’ in Meeting Temporal Problems The Pontiff told the diplomats of 42 nations, gathered to extend their birthday greetings, that there is only one true peace possible. It is a peace which takes man. his nature, and his rights into ac count and places spiritual values in their proper place above ma terial values. The social upheavals caused by the application of the sciences which have been too materialis tic in spirit have destroyed an existing order without substitut ing for it a better or more stable construction the Pope continued "To base the security and stability of human life on mere quentative increase of mater ials is to forget that man is above all a spirit created in the imago of God, responsible for his actions and his destiny. It is to forget that he is cap able of governing himself and that in this he finds his high est dignity," the Holy Father added. right if he tries to de just freedoms against of social systems that Man is fend his the rule would attempt to destroy them he said But it is precisely in this struggle that he must take care to remember that economic and technical forces are useful and necessary as long as they remain subordinate to the superior spir I itual needs. “The function of the Church I consists in seeing that this or der of values is respected and I that the factors of material prog ress are subordinated to the spir I itual elements. The states follow I ing a system of politics inspired I by these principles would main I tain an internal stability against I which militant materialism could not stand,” the Pontiff declared. straws, rough WASHINGTON (NC) The attitude of the thought ful Christian in his approach to temporal problems must be based upon integrity a courageous living up to one’s convictions, regardless of cost, Archbishop Patrick O. O'Boyle of Washington asserted here. “There are times when a man must stand up and be counted, no matter what sacrifice this may involve,” the Archbishop told some 800 men attending the fifth anniversary dinner of the John Carroll Soci ety here, an organization for Catholic business and profession al men. The prelate singled out two major challenges for Christians in the United States today: ra cial segregation and labor-man agement relations. He called for an “honest audit” of the segregation problem, say ing that the question is “simple in principle.” “It is fundamentally a matter of how we regard our fellow man. Do we segregate, condemn and degrade people on the basis of Materialism Is Scored by Holy Father VATICAN CITY (NC) A time of “peace” means for the powers of militant mater ialism only a time of truce, His Holiness Pope Pius XII told members of the diploma tic corps accredited to the Holy See. This is a very precarious truce during which it seeks the social and economic col lapse of its adversaries, the Holy Father continued. or race? Or do we acknowledge that all men are our brothers in Christ?” he asked. The prelate said he recognizes that securing full justice for Ne groes presents problems. “Differences in culture, educa tion and living habits, due in the mam to segregation and restrict ed opportunities, are not easily bridged, he added. But the Christian’s attitude be cause of these must not be nega tive and passive, using the diffi culties as an excuse for inaction, he warned. Recommanding two broad lines of approach, the Arch bishop said individuals must ask themselves what area of life they can influence toward curbing segregation and they can also look at history for tes timony that equal opportunity for all ends charges of inferi ority. In the area of labor-manage ment relations, the Archbishop warned against “too much of a merely negative approach” to the subject. ‘‘There are too many peo ple who dig up old sms and new, on either side, and too few with the imagination and courage to press forward toward positive harmony and friendship, as dic tated by our Christian ideals,” he said. "Basically, labor and man agement are partners in pro duction they prosper and de cline together. Is it not reason able that we should devote our energies to making these truths real and effective forces in American economic life?" ho asked. Slum (lean Up Urgent Need, CMLC Told Members of the Catholic Men’s Luncheon Club were urged last week to take an active interest in the prob lem of slum elimination. The speaker was Lawrence Irvin, director of the De partment of Slum Clearance who spoke on “Our Expensive Slums.” He declared: “The areas of Columbus having the highest rates of juvenile de linquency crime and new tuber culosis cases are the slums and blighted neighborhoods. The pen alty for these substandard dis trict*- is paid by the taxpayers in the better sections of the city.” He urged the establishment of an organized slum Clearance pro gram as the best method for eliminating slums. Phillip Baehr, chairman of the advisory committee of the Cath olic Welfare Bureau, also urged the Club members to become in terested in the civic problem. "If we believe that the fam ily is th« true basic unit of hu man society," he urged, "we must be concerned with the preservation and the eradica tion of anything that tends to destroy it."