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EARN FROM 1$T Air Conditioned Free Parking ^SAVINGS oanassm. CMe I 7557 Fish Pond Cake Stand Candy Stand White Elephants Sugar Stand Doll Stand Maeder-Quint Funeral Parlors 1064 S. High St. HI. 4-1185 August Wagner Breweries, Inc. 60S S. Front St. CA. 1-4411 The E. Elford & Son, Inc. General Contractors 558 S. Front St. CA. 1-7589 The J. Fred Schmidt Packing Co. Home of Montrose Brand 253 I. Kossuth St. HI. 3-4641 “Since 1886” A Thurn 11-12-13 Central Market .Priest Stresses Need For Baptizing Infants After Miscarriages ST. LOUIS (NC) Necessity of baptizing prema ture infants when mothers have miscarriages has been stressed by Father Wilfred D. Schlattmann, Catholic chap lain of Lutheran Hospital herb. Ona out of ovary 10 preg nancies in America today ends in miscarriage, it has been es timated. Tho word miscarriage indicates birth of baby before it is sufficiently developed to live outside its mother's body. Father Schlattmann said many Catholic mothers were not aware of the necessity of baptizing pre mature babies. Thus they un knowingly deprive them of heav en, he said. Since theologians hold that the soul is infused at the very moment of conception, the infant should be baptized even if miscarriage occurs very early in pregnancy, he said. "I am shocked at the num ber of Catholic mothers who do not know that even the small, immature foetus should be bap tized," he said. "When no ef fort to baptize Is made, the soul has absolutely no chance to get to heaven." Speed is of the utmost neces sity in baptizing an infant mis carried during the early stages of pregnancy, he said, since the spark of life is very weak in such cases. Anyone can baptize an infant under such conditions, provid ed he has the intention of so doing. Pure water should be used and water must touch the infant. The words "I baptize thee in tho name of the Father end of the Son and of the Ho ly Ghost" must be said as the water touches the infant. In difficult cases, where the infant is so tiny as to be diffi cult to see, conditional baptism should be given. The priest not ed that frequently a membrane ous sac surrounds the infant pre maturely bom. This must be broken prior to baptism, because water must touch the infant, he pointed out. According to theologians, tho foetus can and should be bap- MIESSE Prescription Pharmacy We Consistently Stock The Latest Drugs 1686 E. Main CL. 3-4484 Comptometer Students Wanted to tako short, inex pensive, Comptometer course dosses day or eve nings. Starting salaries up to $225 per month many jobs available at all times. No age restrictions. Classes start each week. COMPTOMETER SCHOOL 511-12 Hartman Theatre Bldg. 79 E. State St. CA. 8-1501 Harry H. Fair Mgr. 1A .1 ... ............. ........ —, ♦Izod even if It appears to be dead, since it is possible that the soul may bo present for some time after apparent death. ‘‘When the foetus is not suffi ciently developed for water to be poured over the head, immersion is the most reliable procedure,” he said. “The foetus may be han dled more conveniently if laid on cotton or gauze, and completely immersed in a bowl of water. While the water washes, the nec essary words are recited, and the foetus is then immediately lifted from the bowl. The majority of miscarriages come during the second and third months of pregnancy. Most babies, it is said, cannot survive outside the mother’s body until the eighth month of pregnancy. The unhappiness the moth er experiences in miscarriage can be mitigated by knowing that her prematurely-born baby is a saint in heaven because of tho Sacrament of Baptism, tho priest pointed out. “The child dying without bap tism lives forever and will al ways be grateful that someone loved enough to give it exist ence,” he said. “We know that original sin is a barrier to the beatific vision. But it certainly does not prevent the natural hap piness in the other world of lim bo. The child in limbo has every ounce of happiness of which it is capable ... it is grateful to be there. “St. Thomas said that children in limbo enjoy a positive happi ness, being united to God by a knowledge and love proportion ate to their capacity. The bap tized souls suffering in hell cer tainly envy these happy little ones who did not live long enough to sin, and would gladly take their place if they could,” said Father Schlattmann. -----------------o----------------- Catholic Vets Honor Bishop Hear Budenz MANCHESTER, N. H. (NC)— Bishop Matthew F. Brady of Man chester will be honored at a testimonial dinner by the Catho lic War Veterans at their 21st annual national convention to be held here, August 15 to 19. Louis F. Budenz, who returned to the Church after having been a member of the Communist Party for ten years, will bi the principal speaker at the banquet to be held in the National Guard Armory. The 65-year-old-ex-communist was a member of the party’s national committee. From 1940 to 1945, he was managing editor of its newspaper, the Daily Work er. Hte is now on the faculty of Fordham University. BUSES FOR CHARTER Koop Your Crowd Together Modern Equipment Fer All Occasions Charter Lake Shore System Buses You're Invited FUN BEGINS at 6 P.M This ad possible through the following loyal and generous business friends of St. Mary's Ahied Sink Top Company “THE TOP MEN OF COLUMBUS” Formica, G- E. Textolite, Panelyte, Micarta 595 S. Third St. CA- 8-3433 Henry A. Justus General Contractor 4049 Courteous Drivers Reasonable Rates “The Finest in Bus Transportation** LAKE SHORE SYSTEM 714 East Broad Street Call CA. 4-6310 or CA. 1-5172 GET SET, GET READY, GO To v"°° St. Mary's Annual Homecoming 4’** Friday and Saturday Aug. 17th and 18th E. Livingston Ave. BE. 1-1314 Helm Flori$t$ “Flowers For All Occasions” 484 Forest St. HI. 4-4008 The Fayette Beauty Salon 1328 S. Fourth St. “If your hair isn’t becoming to you, you should be coming to us.” Mildred Stewart, Owner & Opr. Ike Gets ‘Shot’ Meeting with a group of 127 foreign exchange stu dents in the White House rose garden, President Eisen hower discusses some camera equipment with Maray Fernaris of Havana, Cuba. An unidentified girl at center just listens while a youth behind the chief executive takes advantage of the moment to record an odd-angle camera study of the president. 46 of the young men and women who lived a year in the U.S., were sponsored by the Na tional Catholic Welfare Conference in co-operation with the State Department. See story on Page 6. Ohio Shrine Will Have ^-Million Dollar Altar CAREY, Ohio—(NC) A quar ter million dollar outdoor altar is under construction- in the 30 acre park at the Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation, mecca for thousands of pilgrims each Au gust. The ennual novena prepares for the observance of the feast of the Assumption on August 15. Mary’s Memorial Altar will rise 75 feet. The base will be 80 by 40 feet. Atop the dome will be a 12-foot bronze statue of Our Lady of Consolation. Black granite from Norway was selected for the base. The super structure, altar table and floor are of Italian Carrara marble. The Dutch Catholic Released From Cabinet ‘Maker'1 Job THE HAGUE, Netherlands, (NC)—Queen Juliana of the Netherlands has granted the re quest of Prof. C. P. M. Romme, Parliamentary leader of the Catholic People’s Party, to be re leased from the task of organiz ing a Dutch cabinet. Romme said that the Labor Party had refused to accept his program. An earlier attempt by Premier William Drees, a Lab orite, to form a cabinet also failed. -----------------o----------------- Says Birth Control Departs From Teaching BOMBAY, India—The official backing given birth control in India is a departure from the principles of Mahatma Gandhi the country’s sole Cardinal, His Eminence Valerian Cardinal Gra cias, Archbishop of Bombay, de clared here. MASTER LOCKSMITH At Your Service 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Locks Changed and Master Keyed to Fit Your Requirements Key in Knob Locks of All Kinds Suitcase, Trunk and Auto Keys Made CA. 4-7661 654 S. High at Sycamore St. FRED GUTEKUNST. Prop. FRIDAY 6 to 9 P.M. Fish Dinner Pizza SATURDAY 6 to 11 P.M. Hot and Cold Sandwiches Pizza 492 145 Arco Linoleum & Rug Co. S. High St. CA. 1-4429 The Burkley & Son Co. Complete Insurance Protection N. High St. CA. 4-3288 Arrigo Plumbing and Hardware 959 •51 781 HI. 4-8383 Frebis Ave. HI. 4-1903 Leo E. Ruisinger, Inc. General Contractors & Engineers Frebis Ave. HI. 4-2153 City Decorating Co. (Theodore Griesenbrock) S. Front St. HI. 44230 HI. 4-1734 altar will be dedicated to the deceased, beloved bythe __ friends of Our Lady of Consola tion,” and especially those who died in World War II. The park is three blocks from the shrine church where there is the image of Our Lady, Con soler of the Afflicted, brought here in 1875. It is a replica of the image at the mother shrine in Luxembourg. Father Theodore Eickholtz of the Conventual Fran ciscans, is the shrine rector. Bishop George J. Rehring of Toledo, will take part in the pub lic procession on the eve of feast, and offer Mass at shrine on the Feast of the sumption. There’are confessionals for per sons who speak French, German, Italian, Polish, Hungarian, Slo vak, Croatian, Syrian, Spanish and Bohemian. Requiescant You are asked to pray for the repose of the souls of the follow ing end the others who hevo died i” tho Diocese during the past week. SCHIELE, Edward, 69, July 29, St. Nicholas church, Zanesville. Mt. Olive Cemetery. LANGEN, Mrs. Sadie. 74, July 27, St. John the Evangelist church, Columbus. St. Mary Cem etery, Delaware. MURPHY, Michael, 96, July 28, St. Joseph Cathedral, Columbus. Mt. Calvary Cemetery, New Straitsville. DUFFY, Orville, 50. July 25, Our Lady of Church, Grove Cemetery. Perpetual Help City. St. Joseph Walter, 85, July SZOPINSKI, 29, Immaculate Conception church, Dennison. St. Mary cem etery. McCARTY, Mrs. John. 60, Au gust 2, St. Thomas church, Zanes ville. Mt. Calvary cemetery. LEE, Miss Margaret, August 1, Holy Name Church, Columbus. Mt.'Calvary Cemetery. SMITH, Mrs. Annie, 93, Au gust 2, Holy Name Church, Co lumbus. LONG. Frank, 64, August 1, Holy Rosary church, Columbus, St. Joseph Cemetery. SMITH, Miss Mary, 78, July 31, St. Raphael chapel, Columbus, St. Joseph Cemetery. BAUS, Eugene, 71, August 3, St. Mary Magdalene Church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. WOLFE, Edwin, 38, July 31, St. Peter Church, Chillicothe. St. Joseph cemetery. SCHAEFER, Raymond, July 27, St. James the Less Church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. SCARPITTI, Mrs. 67, July 31, St. Margaret of Cortona Church, San Margherita. St. Joseph Cem etery. RATH, Mrs. Sarah, 64, August 3, Holy Rosary Church, Colum bus. St. Joseph Cemetery. WOLF, Frank, 73 Aug. 3, Cor pus Christi church, Columbus. Si. Joseph cemetery. Boundaries Set For Three Parishes Bishop Ready this week announced boundaries for the following parishes. SAINT BRENDAN NORTHERN BOUNDARY: The Delaware-Franklin county line from Avery Road on the west to the Scioto River on the east. EASTERN BOUNDARY: The Scioto River from a point which is directly east on an airline from Roberts Road on the south to the Delaware-Franklin County line on the north. SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: Rob erta Road from Alton Road on the west to Dublin Road on the east then east on an airline to a point in the Scioto Li er which is directly east of Roberts Road. WESTERN BOUNDARY: Avery Road from the Delaware-Franklin County line on the north to State Route 161 east on Route 161 to Cosgray Road to Scioto Darby Creek Road west on Scioto Dar by Creek Road to Alton Road South on Alton Road to Roberts Road. SAINT MARGARET OF CORTONA NORTHERN BOUNDARY: Rob erts road (inclusive) from Alton Darby Creek Road on the west to a point in the Scioto River which is directly east on an air line from Roberts Road. EASTERN BOUNDARY: Scioto River from a point which is di rectly east on airline from Rob erts Road on the north to a point on the south, directly east of Fisher Road. "all SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: Fish er Road from a point on an air line directly east to the Scioto River west on Fisher Road to Hilliard-Rome Road south on Hilliard-Rome Road to Feder Road thence west to Alton by Creek Road. SAINT MICHAEL NORTHERN BOUNDARY: Be ginning at the intersection of the New York Central Railroad and th Delaware County line and Lazelle Road, west on Lazelle Road to the intersection of La zelle Road and U.S. Route 23 then from the intersection of La zelle Road and U.S. Route 23 north to the intersection of U.S. Route 23 and Powell Rd. then from the intersection of Powell Rd. and U.S. Route 23 west to the Scioto River. the the As- EASTERN BOUNDARY: The New York Central Railroad from a point directly east on airline from the intersection of Kanawha Avenue and Sharon Avenue to the intersection of the NYC Rail road and the Delaware County line and Lazelle Road. SOUTHERN BOUNDARY. Be ginning at a point on the Chesa peake and Ohio Railroad, which point is directly west of Kanawha Avenue on an airline, then east across the Olentangy River to Indian Equal Rights Ruling NAGPUR, India An official ruling recognizing tribal Chris tians as members of scheduled castes has caused great jubila tion among here. Catholic converts of the scheduled formerly known as Members castes were "untouchables." When any of them were converted to Chris tianity, several Indian state governments denied them the full benefits of government aid by refusing to recognize them as belonging to the scheduled castes. Only those who were Hindus were formally classi fied as genuine members of scheduled castes. Thousands of tribal converts, including many students, are ex pected to benefit from the pres ent'ruling, which ends what has been described as “discrimina tion” against members of sched uled castes who became converts to Christianity. The government action was taken after a group of tribal Catholics went to see Chief Min ister Ravi Shankar Shukla of Madhya Pradesh. Led by John Ek ka, a member of the state legis lative assembly, the delegation pointed out that conversion to Christianity is not accompanied by any appreciable improvement in the economic position of trib als. Dingman’s Rexall Pharmacy DOWNTOWN (State & Fourth Sts.) PRESCRIPTION SERVICE Full Assortment of Sickroom Sup plies, Braces, Baby Goods, Cos metics. 24 HOUR FILM SERVICE SNACK BAR Dally and Sundays TH 10 P.M. Open CApitel 4-2481 US K. State St. CA. 4-2481 TRENOR MOTOR SALES Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, AAA. 2*1115 Kanawha Avenue then continu ing east on Kanawha Avenue to the intersection of that street and Sharon Avenue., taking in both sides of the street then di rectly east on on airline from the intersection of Kanawha Ave nue and Sharon Avenue to a point on the NYC Railroad. WESTERN BOUNDARY: Scio to River from a point directly west on an airline from Powell Road on the north to a point di rectly west on airline from State Route 161 on the south, then east on Route 161 (north side) to the Village of Linworth then from Linworth continuant south on the and O railroad to a point which directly west of Kanawha Ave nue on an airline. Video Service AMherst 8-2037 JJ1S N. High St. ELEVATORS Oil Hydraulics Electric Dumbwaiters Hoists Capital Elevator & Mfg. Co. 4-2487 CA. 4-MM WE PAY YOU 6% INTEREST Lot Your Money Work For You. Offer Limned te State of Okie. COLUMBUS DISCOUNT AND LOAN MS t. BRU Ab ST. Dar- Colombea, Okie CA S-SS41 Wil Rob- WESTERN BOUNDARY: son Road (inclusive) from erts Road on the north to Fisher Road on the South. PARTS DEPT. BE. 1-2753 £N 1890 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—3 Friday, August 10,1958 SMITH MKT AL WEATHERSTRIP CO. Aluminum Combination Storm Doon and Windows Scraean Porch Encloeurea Months to Pay 243 «. 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