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Pictured above are the new officers of the
Cloverleaf Club of St. Anthony's Hospital at
their Installation Banquet, at Ilonka's Provin
cial House. Left to right, Mrs. Sam Gallione,
Leaf organizer Mrs. Robert Whitmen, corres
ponding secretary Mrs. E. T. O'Brien, treasurer
Mrs. Edwerd Albrecht, first vice-president Mrs.
Philip Palumbo, president Mrs. Raymond High
field, second vice-president Mrs. John Corcoran,,
recording secretary and Mrs. Daniel Oestreacher,
publicity chairman. Mrs. Frank Scholl, the assist
ant publicity chairman, is not pictured.
The Cloverleaf club organized in 1939 under
the guidance of Dr. J. J. Hamill, has now a mem
bership of more than 300 women. Sister M.
Bernadine, superior of St. Anthony's, is Honor-
praised partner
that it should ba
genuine apprecia-
The three
ship, saying
based on "a
tion and respect for each oth
er." In tho words of Dr. Adams,
thoro aro difference., just as in
any partnership, but the objec
tives of the schools are the
same: "tho providing of oppor
tunity for-oach individual young
person to realize his maximum
potential in knowledge of na
ture, in knowledge of man and
in knowledge of God."
Discussing obstacles to partner
ship, the panelists warned against
extremists in both the private and
the public school camps.
Communists Say
Archbishop Free
VIENNA— Archbishop Joseph
Groesz of Kalocsa has been told
by Hungary’s communist Premier
Andras Hegedus that he is free
to return ter his post, according
to reports reaching here.
The Hungarian official news
agency, the reports stated, also
announced that the Red Premier
told Archbishop Groesz that he
could become head of the Hungar
ian Bishops’ committee.
The Archbishop was imprison
ed on trumped up charges by the
Reds in 1951 for a term of- 15
years. Last October the commun
ist government announced that
it had released him from prison.
There has been no confirma
tion from Church officials in Hun
gary that Archbishop Groesz is
now actually able to resume all
his episcopal functions, or act as
head of the Hungarian hierarchy.
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18th Annual Field Mass
To Be Offered May 27
WASHINGTON—(NC) In the
marble amphitheater of Arling
ton National Cemetery, the na
tion’s resting place of heroes
across the Potomac from the na
tion’s capital, the 18th annual
Solemn Military Memorial Field
Mass for the country’s war dead,
Will be offered on May 27.
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resort at Cedar Point, that he will
continue to operate the famous
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Public, Private School
Partnership Discussed
MILWAUKEE (NC) Three of the leading spokes
men for education in this country came together here to
discuss the partnership of the independent and public
schools in the future of America.
The educators were Monsignor Frederick G. Hochwait,
secretary general of the National Catholic Educational Asso
ciation and director of the Department of Education, Na
tional Catholic Welfare Confer-1
ence Dr. William G. Carr, execu
tive secretary of the National Ed
ucation Association and Dr. Ar
thur S. Adams, president of the
American Council on Education.
All have headquarters in Wash
ington, D.C.
Msgr. Hochwait said that
from the private school camp
public schools have sometimes
been referred to as "complete
ly secular." Then he cited ex
tremists in the other camp who
called private schools "un
American and divisive."
"'Exchanges such as this,"
said the Monsignor, "are not
calculated to encourage part
nership or common efforts
along desirable lines."
Dr. Carr contended ‘‘a spirit
of militant hostility and of dis
trust” is to be found among some
Catholic school and public school
spokesmen.
This spirit, said Dr. Carr, can
"drive us away from the concept
of partnership and towards the
concept of armed co-existence.
We need, I think, to minimize
the influence of extremists in
both camps and to enable moder
ate people with a live-and-let-live
philosophy to get a hearing.”
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Indian Bishops
Hit Drive For
Birth Control
NEW DELHI, India Govern
ment moves to step up the birth
control campaign have prompted
India’s Catholic bishops to issue a
new Earning to the faithful
against immoral means of limit
ing births.
The Planning Commission of
India has issued a report, in con
nection with the nation’s second
Five Year Plan, indicating that
India’s birth rate must be brought
down at any cost. At the same
time, national Health Minister
Rajkumari Amrit Kaur and the
health minister of Madras state
have made plans to increase the
number of government-run arti
ficial birth control clinics.
In their warning to the faith
ful, the standing-committee of the
Catholic Bishops Conference of
India quoted from a 1936 article
by the late Mohandas K. Gandhi
denouncing the evils of birth con
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ary President of the organization. Tho primary
function of tho Cloverleaf Club it to raise
funds for equipment, renovation, or any of the
miscelloneous needs which the Sisters of tho
Poor of St. Anthony's Hospital may require to
carry on their work for the sick, poor and the
aged. The club provides monthly treets for the
elderly patients as well es specie!
Thanksgiving and Christmas. Their
projects are the annual fall festival
and Donation Day which is held in
this day, open house et the hospital is arranged
at which time contributions are’ accepted. Each
leaf conducts its individual project throughout
tho year and all work for the benefit of the
hospital.
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two main
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March. On
St. Mary Woman
Named Delaware
Mother of Year
DELAWARE, O. Mrs. Ed
ward McNamara, a member of
Delaware St. Mary’s parish, was
voted 1956 Mother of the Year
for Delaware County during a
week-long county-wide balloting
sponsored by local merchants.
Mrs. McNamara, mother of 10
children, was one of six women
selected by a special committee
from more than a score of nom
inations made by city and coun
ty organizations to appear on the
ballot as candidates in the final
voting.
In addition to being busily en
gaged in rearing 10 children, Mrs.
McNamara carries her share of
responsibilities on the family
farm and is active in both parish
and community groups.
Mrs. McNamara was nominated
as a Mother of the Year candi
date by the Utopian Grange, in
which she holds the office of
Flora. She also serves as an ad
visor to older girls in 4-H Clubs
and had served as •’hapepone for
4-H Club band trips. She is treas
urer of the Olentangy Band Par
ents Association.
Mrs. McNamara is a member
of the National Council of Cath
olic Women and of the Altar and
Rosary Society.
Mr. and Mrs. McNamara’s 10
children range in age from three
years to 17 years of age. There
are five boys and five girls, in
cluding one set of twins, a boy
and a girl.
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A new organization, the Caro
line Circle, has been formed to
aid St. Rita’s Home for the Aged,
1415 E. Broad St. Members are
sponsoring a project each month
for the people at the home.
Mrs. Charles Hassey has been
elected first president of the Cir
cle. Other officers are Mrs. Stan
ley Crognale, recording secre
tary Mrs. C. Charles Rhoades,
corresponding seer e a y, and
Mrs. W. D. Matheny, treasurer.
Regular meetings are held on
(he last Sunday of the month
from 3 to 5 p.m. Mrs. Bessie
Frainey will be hostess at the
next meeting on May 27. Anyone
interested in joiniag the Circle
is asked to call Mrs. Hassey, AM.
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The Immaculate Conception al
tar and rosary society will hold
its final meeting of the year
Tuesday, May 29, at 8 p.m., in
the school hall.
Election of officers will be
held during the business meet
ing, and a social hour will follow.
Social chairmen Mrs. John Roach
and Mrs. Joseph Marchesi have
asked Mrs. James Broadhurst,
MYs. John Donley and Mrs. Mar
tin Costello to serve.
Sunday, June 3, will be regu
lar Communion Sunday for .the
society at the 9 o’clock Mass.
GROVEPORT Members of
St. Mary parish are making
preliminary ^lans for the an
nual lawn fete which will be
held this year on June 23.
Mrs. Mabel Sheridan and
Mrs. John Stout have been
named co-chairmen of the
event, which will feature a
ham dinner.
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Is Recognized
VATICAN CITY—An anti-lep
rosy vaccine discovered by Sis
ter Marie Suzanne of the Mission
ary Sisters of the Society of Mary
has received much attention in
discussions at the recent Interna
tional Congress for the Protection
and Rehabilitation of Lepers here.
The vaccine, which is called
“Marianum,” was developed by
the nun while she was working
in the research laboratory at the
Catholic University of Lyons,
France. Thousands of doses of the
vaccine have already been sent
to 80 countries. In the United
States, a shipment went to Car
ville, La.
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French Leaders
Give Tito Note
PARIS (NC) Marshal Tito
was told during his state visit
here that all Frenchmen are
deeply troubled by the fact that
under his regime ‘‘persecution is
at its worst, and the most sacred
rights of human person are the
least respected.”
A group of high French lead
ers gave the Yugoslav dictator a
memorandum denouncing the Ti
to regime’s ‘‘deliberate” viola
tions of human rignts, singling
qpt the jailing of His Eminence
Aloysius Cardinal Stepinac, Arch
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