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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES Friday. April 13. 1956
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Porch Enclosures
36 Months to Pay
243 8 Harris BR 4-07*3
North High Bait Store
J. WALKER, Owner
OPEN 24 HOURS
iIn Season
PH0NE AM, 2 2816
If No Answer Call Walker and
Farrell Serv. Sta., AM 2-0666
2*24 N High St. AM. 22810
ALGRO LAWN CARE
COMPLETE LAWN CARE
Mowing Seeding Fertilizing
Rolling Trees Removed
Weeds Cut Shrubbery Trimmed
Summer Maintenance
Modern Equipment
A Good Job at a Reasonable
Price
268 I Mithoff HI 4 432*
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Phone CA. 1-6665
DEPENDABLE
AND
COURTEOUS
iegan-Ryan
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
TROWBRIDGE PRINTING Co
Complete Printing Service
Letterpress and Lithography
IM «. With CA 4-H07
SMITH METAL
WEATHERSTRIP CO.
Aluminum Combination Storm
Doors and Windows Screens
3241 N. High Street, Columbus, AM. 21115
MACKLIN-ROUSSEAU
Insurance Agencies
58 E. Goy St. Columbus, Ohio
J. ROUSSEAU GILBERT HOUCK
President Secretary
CA 4 0196
Sixes in Ivory Fro
poi tion
e White Dinner
jackets
Cutaway*
o Strollers
I Dress Shirts end
Shoe*
a Blue Sult*
EAST BROAD
AT
CLEVELAND
Pope Pius XII
Sends Greetings
To President
U ASHINGTON (NC) His
Hnhness Pope Pius XII has sent
his best wishes and affectionate
greeting to President Dwight
Eisenhower and to al! the people
of the United States.
This was reported here by John
A Met one of California, who had
just returned from Rome, where
he had personally represented
President Eisenhower at the cere
m. nies marking the Holy Fa
ther s 80th birthday and the 17th
anniversary nf his coronation
Mr McCone called at the
While House and reported per
sonally to the President on the
success of his mission
The Holy Father asked him to
convey tn President Eisenhower,
Mr. McCone said, his delight and
1 pleasure at the President’s com
plrle recovery following his re
rent illness.
PARTS DEPT. DO. 2753 CAR DEPT. DO 4200
WIRTHMAN BROS., INC.
NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS
Salvaging Junk and Wrecked Automobiles and Trucks
3515 E. Main St., Rt 40 East, Columbus 9. Ohio
TRENOR MOTOR SALES
Dodge Plymouth Used Cars
Trucks
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CONTROL OF TERMITES
BY A GUARANTEED METHOD
RESIDENTIAL COMMERCIAL INDUSTRIAL
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ADVICE A FREE ESTIMATES
DAY OR EVENINGS CALL
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Tomorrow’s Protection”
Hickory
4-1790
TIME PAYMENT PLAN
Henry Schmitt Mgr
20 Years’ Experience
In Termite Control In
Columbus & Central
Ohio
NO SIGNS ON OUR TRUCKS
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"Bonded For Your Protection”
168 MITHOFF
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RENTAL SERVICE BY AMBER and SON
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entering to Weddings, Fet
tles, Oences, Graduation*
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1608 N. High St. Vz Block South of Chittenden
AXminster 9-9676
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K 7180 5
Safe After Plane Crash
A--.
■,z.
Sister Judith of the Sisters of Charity of Providence is shown
as she is helped from an amphibian rescue plane into a rubber
boat at the old Tacoma, Washington, dock. She was one of the
33 survivor* rescued after an airplane crash in Puget Sound,
and had been accompanied by Mother Mary PhHothea. Mother PhiL
o*hea was credited with preventing any panic aboard the stricken
craft when, above the din of scurrying for the exit as the plane
floated on the wafer, her calm assuring voice was heard reciting
"Our Father, Who art in Heaven Mother continued the
pray«r until the rescue operation was completed. The nun* were
enroute to the NCEA meeting in St, Louis. Four persons died
in the crash, and one is missing.
Radio-TV Department
Established by NCCM
WASHINGTON INC) Tn unify and co-ordinatp its
activities in the communications field, the National Council
of Catholic Men has combined its radio and television de
partments The latter includes the production and distri
bution of films for TV7 use and for schools and parishes
In announcing the change. Martin Work, NCCM execu­
tive director stated:
“The council's expanding
forts and rapid growth radio,
television, and films have led us
to see that we need one depart
ment Io oversee all our work in
these vital fields.”
The new radin television de
partment will be headed by Rich
ard Walsh until now- NCCM’s
TV director Mr Walsh, whose
office is located in New York,
will continue tn produce the coun
cil’s three television series and
will also guide the policy govern
mg radio and films
John Mannion, formerly as
sistant director of TV. wil’ bp the
assistant director of the new do
partment, and will work at
NCCM’s national headquarters
hi re His duties will include the
production nf the councils two
weekly radio programs and su
pervision nf film distribution as
well as his previous role in tele
vision
Mr Work pointed out that dur
ing the past four years, the coun
cil has increased its annual num
her ef
tv
programs by 300 per
cent
"The number of station* car
rytng our show* ha* grown
from 45 to 170, and thi* figure
doe* not include the station*
carrying our film serie*," Mr.
Work said. "Our total TV audi
ence in 1951 was 16,000,000
people: last year it was more
than 150,000,000
The council s weekly radio and
lence is about 4 500.000 listeners,
Mr. Work said
On radio NCCM produces The
Catholic Hour which Iasi tear
o’lehrated its 25th anniversary on
the NRC network, and Christian
tn Action, whirl has been heard
on the AR’ network for 12 years.
I’he council s television programs
include The Catholic Hour on TV.
NBC-TV look Up and Lite,
CBS-TV. and Lamp Unto My
Feet, also nn CBS TV
Another major communications
activity of NCCM is We Believe,
a series of 13 films on the basic
Highest Loyalty
To God, Country
Sought by Code
WASHINGTON (NC) A
House Subcommittee has approv
ed a code for government work
ers which calls upon them to put
‘‘loyalty to God and country above
loyalty to persons, party or gov
ernmeni department”.
The Post Office and Civil Serv
ice subcommittee approved the
ten point code introduced into the
House in concurrent resolutions
by Representatives Charles E
Ren tt of Florida and Katharine
St. George of New York
In testimony before the sub
committee. hatrman Philip
Young of the Civil Service Com
mission suggested in a letter that
the phrasing which referred to
loyalty to God he reviewed.
Chairman Young said that the
phrasing might be objected to hy
persons who would say it is con
trary to the “concept of religious
freedom which permits the em
piuyment by the government of
agnostics and atheists.”
Later an official statement from
the Commission said Mr, Young’s
suggestion was not to he interpret
ed as a suggestion for a change
in he code, but rather as a rec
ommendation that the phrasing be
reviewed
teachings of lhe f’hurrh which is
being distributed to TV stations
throughout the country free of
charge
The council is preparing final
plans for distributing kinescope
films of some of its television
programs to schools, parishes,
and other organizations, Mr
Work said
-----------------n---------------
Fr. Plagmann
Marks Golden
Ordination Jubile
OLEAN, N Y, (NC) —. Fa
thei Thomas Plassmann, 77,
O.F observed the 50th anni
versary of his ordination to the
priesthood here by offering a
Solemn Mass of Thanksgiving in
lhe chapel of Christ the King
Seminary, of which he is rector.
Father Plassmann spent 43 of his
50 years in the priesthood at St.
Bonaventuie University in Ole
an The seminary is part of the
university The jubilarian was
president nf St. Bonaventure for
29 years, is former provincial of
the Franciscans’ Holy Name Prov
mce and former visitor general
to Franciscans in Germany and
Mexico
Highlight of his golden jubilee
observance was the presentation
of the Cross Pro Ecclesia et
Pont if ice aw arded hy His Holl
ness Pope Pius XII and present
ed by Bishop Joseph A Burke of
Buffalo
Msgr Joseph McIntyre, presi
dent of the clerical alumni, said
that the priest graduates hope to
offer Father Plassmann a $50,000
purse on June 9, the actual an
niversary date of his ordination
The money, he said, would be for
expansion of the seminary
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Also
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Cookie* Pies
Donuts
Cheese Cakes
and
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SCHERZERS
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31 E. LONG
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ESTIMATE* ON ALL JOBS
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Christophers
Make 5 New
Films for TV
WASHINGTON (NC) Five
half-hour informal films for
showing on the Christopher TV
Program were made in the na
tion’s capital.
Each presentation emphasizes
personal responsibility and shows
what the average individual can
do to strengthen government, ed
ucation. labor relations, litera
ture and entertainment.
One of the program* filmed
here pointed out the far reach
ing use of atomic energy for
peace. Four outstanding au
thorities discussed the poten
tial of the atom in medicine,
industry and agriculture.
The second film, introduced hy
Boh Considine, was on the State
Department Ambassador Robert
Murphy, Deputy Under Secre
tary of State, Walter McConag
hey, head of the department's
China Desk, and James Grady,
dean of the School of Manage
ment of the Foreign Service In
stitute, were guests.
Another program, introduc
ed by Jay Carmody, drama
critic of the Washington Eve
ning Star, centered on the Li
brary of Congress-
The fourth program was done
on the National Gallery of Art,
wit' John Walker, curator of the
museum as special guest The
fifth show stressed public sen
ice.
The Christopher Movement was
founded in 1945 by Father James
Keller The movement, un
der Catholic auspices, enconrag
es people in every walk of life to
make their influence for good
felt, especially in those fields of
influence that touch and shape
the destiny of all
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STATE
RAYMOND R. HOHL
Auto Fire
General Liability
33 Columbia St. FA. 6-8951
Newark, Ohio
SCOTT'S
"Home Furnishers
For Over O Century"
E PARK PLACE FA
Frenier Sheet Metal Shop
SHEET ME'lAJL WORK
ALL KINDS
FURNACES, SPOUTING
ROOFING
Cor E. Locust & N. 1st
FA. 2 2601
iSwanks Market
Phon* FA. 3-2151
^45 Grenville Newark
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Dewey T. Hartley, O.D.
First National Bank Bldg.
Phone: FA. 6-0641, Newark, O.
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Fairfield Federal
Savings and Loan
SYOUR
SAVINGS INSURED
LOANS ON REAt ESTATE
EAST END WINE SHOP
“We Cover Lancaster Like
the Dew”
Phone 1464
DEAN & BARRY PAINT
IMPERIAL WALLPAPER
The Fairfield Paint & Oil Co.
Phone 4700 ____ I^ncaster
IYENDECKER
Sohio Service Station
Broad 4 Chestnut
Phone 3190 Lancaster
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tor your product than a brass
band with 1,000 members.
Charlie Marioci
& Sons
Selected Fruit and Produce
Warehouse
Cor Fair and Harrison
Phone 1797 Lancaster
"We are as near as your
Telephone"
RAEDEL HDWE. CO.
124 N Columbus St.
Lancaster, Ohio
‘EoergtRtng Hardware
Electrical Conffactor*
1133 N Memorial Drive
Phone 3757 L.neestet
DICKSON'S
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Meat and Beverages
DELIVERY SFRVICt
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WINDOW CO.
Windows, Door*. Awnings
Patio* and Carport*
IS* E Shield* St. FA 8-11*1
Motorist* Mutual In*. Co.
MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT
STORE
CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGS
SHORS
11 “B” Waet Sid* Sqoare, Newark
"Thr Led’* Star* a* Wall a* Dad’*
EARL FRIEDL1NE
SPOUTING ROOFING
SCHILL FURNACES
Repair Work 23 Year* Expanene*
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39 JrCfercnn Straat
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REALTOR
365 National Drive
FAirfax 2-2261 Newark, O.
WALKER'S
VACUUM CLEANER
SALES AND SERVICE
PHONI PA. MBH
i I Wl BAIT MAIN ST NKWARK, O
COLD BEER ALE WINE
PARTY SUPPLIES CASE DELIVERY
Open »:00 A.M te 12:** PM
1*3 S. Third FA *-4361
Savings 4 Loan
NEWARK SAVINGS A LOAN CO
REAL ESTATE LOANS
INSURED SAVINGS
14 W Main FA. 2-5*11
SEPTIC TANKS
Pre-Cant Concrete
SEPTIC TANKS
CONCRETE AND CINDER BLOCKS
W MATTOX
Corner Ferry and Daniel Are.
Phone DI 4-5*2*. Newark. Ohio
Independent Dairy Inc.
PASTEURIZED
DAIRY PRODUCTS
"We Inrite Your Inepection
of Our Dairy"
48 Kreig St., phone FA, 4-3521
The
John J. Carroll
Store
Newark
O. D. HOLLAR & SON
Plumbing and Heating
62 West Church Street
Office Phon* FA 8-6841
Ree. Phone DI 4-4*35
1 "1
THE HUB
The Busk Store
Men'* and Boy** Clothing
NEWARK. OHIO
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Clothing & Shows
59 S. 3rd St. Newark, O.
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The Rexall Store
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Shoes O1 Distinction
Phone 5727 203 W Main St.
LANCASTER. OHIO
BAKER
v Typewriter Co.
Royal Typewriters
Allen And Victor
Adding Machines
117 N. Columbus St.
Lancaster Phone 2633 W
THIMMES BROS.
Quality Meats & Groceries
351 S. Columbus
Lancaster Phone 809
____ Funeral Director*
Jameg H. Sheridan Sons
Funeral Director*
222 South Columbus Street
Lancaster, Okie
TELEPHONE 410 W
Where to Dine L?
JO-KAR RESTAURANT
1549 N Colomhu* Street
Phone 951
FRANK E, SMITH
405
PAUL MILLER
ELECTRIC INC.
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20) N Oi MHl'S LAM ASTER
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Schlitz Burger, Gam
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Hines Distributing Company
Newark O. Phone FA 6-6911
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Cash and payment plan. Clink open
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PHARMACIST
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a
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Buick Will Build Them."
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550 Lincoln Ave. Phone 4900
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O Lancaster O. Route 6
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FEED STORE
S. Sth FA. 4S061
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Ted's Jewelry
Newark
57 S. 3rd St. Phone FA. 4 3411
RITCHEY'S
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»3 W MAIN PHONE FA. 6-8*11
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