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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—(NC)
—Petitions seeking to prevent
Bernalillo county from provid
ing bus transportation for non
public school students were cir
culated in several Protestant
churches here.-
The petition, circulated by the
Protestants and Other Ameri
cans United for Separation of
Church and State (POAU), are
said to be an answer to a signed
request by some 8,000 other Ber
nalillo county citizens, known as
the Citizens for Private School
Students.
The latter group asked the
county commission to provide
transportation for 2,384 private
and parochial school students.
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for non-public school transpor
tation. This is in line with the
U.S. Supreme Court decision in
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DCCW Elects New Officers
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Above are four of the new officers recently elected
to serve the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women for
1956-57.
They are from left to right, seated, Mr*. William
Stai, St. Catharine's parish, secretary to treasurer Mrs.
John Dunkle, St. Catharine's parish, president standing
are Mrs. Joseph Uebbing, St. Agatha parish, recording
secretary and Mrs. Press Southworth, St. Gabriel parish,
treasurer. Others named to officer's posts are Miss An
toinette Lowry, Immaculate Conception, vice-president
Miss Nell F. Flautt, St. Leo, representative to counsel..
The executive committee for
the comins year is PTA, Mrs. Wal
ter Harris, St. Agatha Civil De
fense, Mrs. Paul Gale, St. Gabri
el Religious Activities, Miss Mary
Geist, St. Catharine Public Re
lations, Mrs. W. A. Spiers, Ho
ly Rosary Social Action, Mrs. Jo
seph M. Haran, Christ the King
Catholic Charitres, Mrs. Arthur
Wilis, St. Agatha Family Life,
Mrs. Joseph Yarasek, Corpus
Christi Ways and Means, Mrs.
Robert Beaman, St. Mary, Grove­
Novena
Services
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA
Mondays—St. Mary Magdaleno
Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m.
(Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3
p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m.,
6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:15 p.m.,
OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC
ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA—
Fridays, 7:30 p.m. Church of
the Holy Spirit, 4381 E. Broad
St. Confessions heard during
and after services.
ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—
St Peter's Church, Columbus—
Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m.
OUR MOTHER OF PERPET
UAL HELP NOVENA St.
Christopher’s church, Colum
bus Tuesday, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. Ladislaus church,
Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30
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 O N CE
TION NOVENA St. Leo's
church, Columbus Friday,
7:30 p.m.
INCANT OF PRAGUE NO
VENA St. John the Evange
list Church, Columbus Sun
days, 7:30 p.m.
INFANT OF °RAGUE NO
VENA Holy Bamily 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 12
noon and 7:30 p.m.
IMMACULATE HEART OF
MARY NOVENA —Wednesday
—St. Cecilia church, 430 Nor
ton Rd., Columbus—8:00 p. m.
Pastors aro requested to no
tify the Catholic Times, PO
Box 636 Columbus, when no
vena services aro started.
Ar pfO’
port Budget, Mrs. James Sheri
dan, St. Mary, Groveport, and
Parliamentarian, Mrs. Franklin
Quinn, Holy Rosary.
The first deanery meeting will
be held Sept. 9 at St. Colman,
Washington Court House. Mrs.
Paul Gale will be in charge.
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Parishioners
Set Fire To
Italian Church
NAPLES, Italy—(Radio, NC)—
Parishioners of Santa Maria del
Carmine set.fire to their church
here on July 14—but they have
been doing this on the same date
every year for the past 309 years.
The unusual tradition began in
1647 when a fishmonger named
Tomaso Aniello led his fellow
Neqpolitans in revolt against the
Spanish captors of the city. In
the course of battles that follow
ed Aniello was killed and the
steeple of the church caught fire.
The fire was suddenly extin
guished and ever since Neopoli
tans have looked upon this unex
plained putting out of the fire
as a miracle. They attribute it to
a picture of the “Dark Madonna,”
from which the church takes its
name.
The venerated image is said
to have been painted by St. Luke.
It is called the Dark Madonna
because of the dark robes in
which the Blessed Virgin Mary
is depicted. It is believed the
picture was brought to the church
in 1223 by St. Angelus of Jerusa
lem, who was martyred shortly
afterwards in Sicily.
The fire in the church steeple
is carefully arranged ahead of
time by church attendants and re
sembles a spectacular display of
fireworks. Despite the precau
tions, the historic steeple gets
scorched occasionally, and history
is prevented from repeating itself
by a crew of firefighters stand
ing nearby.
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Swiss Ordination
COVINGTON, Ky.—(NC)—Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Middendorf of Cov
ington, have left here for Fri
bourg, Switzerland, for the or
dination of their son, Raymond
D. Middendorf, on July 22. He
is the third of four brothers to
become a priest.
Traveling with their parents
are Fathers Norbert and Thomas
Middendorf of the Covington dio
cese and their brother, Alfred.
The fsunily plans to travel exten
sively through Europe by car,
visiting Rome and the shrines of
Fatima and Lourdes before re
turning home at the end of Au
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To Be Sheltered Bishop Says
PORTLAND, Ore. (NC) Archbishop Edward D.
Howard of Portland in Oregon advised the Catholic Daugh
ters of America gathered ii convention here to develop
their personal talents, and to be more informed and aware
of events of the day.
He said “women are no
sheltered uninformed status.”
‘‘It is up to them,” he added,
“to share the fight for justice,
charity, and modesty in speech
and dress.”
Archbishop Howard, host to the
convention, reminded the dele
gates that His Holiness Pope Pius
XII has repeatedly urged all
women to assert themselves in
their position today as leaders
and sharers of the world s bur
den. The Holy Father wants wom
en to develop a consciousness of
their social responsibilities, to
suggest positive remedies for
problems and to urge legislative
recognition of the equality of all
men.
Archbishop Howard’s plea was
echoed in the closing session of
the four-day meeting by Bishop
Vincent S. Waters of Raleigh,
CDA national chaplain. He urged
the CDA members to be active in
their organization, not passive,
and to carry out the Pope’s call
fo modern women to take a dy
namic approach to public affairs
under the guidance of the Bish
ops.
Frances M. Maher of Kane, Pa.,
board: Mrs. John Coffman,
Mrs. John Patton, Miss Ann
Hansen and Mrs. Joseph Sie
grist, publicity. Also named
were Miss Ann Duffy. Mrs.
James Hass and Mrs. D. L. Kav
anaugh.
The Daughters of Isabella. Co
lumbus Circle 353, will have
their annual summer picnic
July 24 at 6:30 p. m., Linden
Park, just off McGuffey Rd.
Mrs. Ralph Richards, social
chairman said that all members
serving as monthly chairmen,
will be hostesses for the picnic,
and members are asked to bring
their guests.
The covered dish supper will
be the last social for the summer
season. Mrs. James J. Gilmore,
regent of the circle, and Miss
Nelle Wile, vice-regent, have
been named delegates to the na
tional convention in Detroit,
Aug. 18 to 21. Ohio will be rep
resented by 37 circles headed by
Mrs. Mildred Bowman, Columbus,
state regent.
The following guilds of St.
Ann’s Infant Home and Hos
pital have set their July meet
ings. Guild 33 will meet at 8
p.m. Wednesday, July 25, at
the home of Mrs. Louise En-
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was reelected supreme regent.
Margaret J. Buckley was relected
vice supreme regent, Mrs. Anna
K. Ballard was reelected national
secretary and Mrs. Anna M. Bax
ter of Dubuque, Iowa, was elected
national treasurer.
Elected national directors were
Mrs. Rita DeJean of Opelousa,
La., Genevieve Flory of Canton,
Ohio Marie Scanlon of Chicago
Mrs. Irene Haviland of Long
Branch, N. J. Mrs. Wilma Lewis,
Los Angeles, and Nellie Lynch,
Manchester, N. H.
Mrs. Nellie Franzwa of Eu
fene, Ore., a member of the CDA
for 50 years, was named as the
organization’s Catholic Mother of
the Year. The mother of five chil
dren, three of whom are living,
and nine grandchildren, Mrs.
Franzwa is the oldest member of
the CDA in the West.
It was revealed that the CDA
has increased its membership by
9.800 in the past two years. The
total membership is 204,000.
Delegates to the convention
come from 46 states. Puerto Rico,
Hawaii, Alaska and Cuba.
Of Interest to Women
By Our Correspondents
Mrs. Mary O’Brien was elected president of the Ladies
of Maria, for the coming year. Also elected were Mrs.
Frances DeMers, vice-president, Mrs. Ruth Bauer, treasur-
er, and Mrs. Marge Sweeney, secretary.
St. Augustine’s parish Altar So
ciety will hold its monthly meet
ing and card party tonight, July
20, at 8:30 p. m. in the school
auditorium, Greenwich and Lor
etta Avenues. Home-made cake
and ice cream will be served.
At a recent meeting of the
Saint Mary of the Springs Acad
emy Alumnae Association the
following officers were elected
for two year terms: Mrs. Page
Heise, 789 Chelsea Ave, presi
dent Mrs. E. Dean Coffman,
396 Chesterfield Rd., first vice
president Mrs. Thomas Con
nair, 24 E. Cooke Rd., second
vice-president Mrs. Raymond
Beery, 219 East Livingston-av,
third vice-president Miss Jul
iette Noone, 2375 Kensington
Rd., recording secretary Miss
Sally Charles, 992 N. Nelson
Rd., corresponding secretary
Mrs. David Reeder, 148 East
Lakeview Ave., treasurer, and
Miss Nancy Doersam, 2532 Sher
wood Rd., auditor.
The following were named
to serve on the executive
dres, 1022 Vernon Rd. Business
meeting followed by cards.
Guild 22 will meet at 8 p. m.
Friday, July 27, at the home
of Mrs. Howard Pontius, 1322
23rd Ave.
Guild 43 will meet on the
same evening, 8:30 p. m. at
the home of Mrs. Patrick Navin,
1833 Cleveland Ave.
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