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2- THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, September 7, 1956 Linden Hobby A Bike Shop The Hobbyists’ Paradise Planes Trains Toys Games Sporting Goods Bikes Bike Repairs 2454 Cleveland AM. 3-329S TROWBRIDGE PRINTING Co. Complete Printing Service Letterpress and Lithography Co Rich CA. 4-t107 WE PAY YOU 6% INTEREST Let Your Money Offer Lnaited to StaM art Ohio. COLUMBUS DISCOUNT AND LOAN 444 B. BKUAD ST. Celombaa, Ohio CA 4-5841 Our 32nd Year Giving Columbus People The Deal They Want 555 W. Broad St CA. 8-1555 $Q95 We sorry this pvmp la that J'/» to II ... AAAA to width*. Alio available Blee Im4o. Ir»w» Calf. Rise Calf. Black Calf. Bad Calf, Black Pcfcct Leather and White tinea. Shoe above IB slightly higher. RITCHEY St. Francis (Continued from Page 1) Cahill Krug (Catholic Central), Chillicothe Daisy Clark (East High Columbus Mrs, Amanda Fauthers Tiddle, Birmingham, Ala. Helen Jane Crawford, Ath ens Marjorie Lammers, Louis ville, Ky. Fideles Levri, Rural Valley. Penn. Glen Motts, Co lumbus Gloria Oliver, Granville Mrs. Isabell Pealer Harmon, Mt. Vernon Franklin Smilek, Elwood City, Penn. Mrs. Violet Woody Kepi ar, Nelsonville Mrs. Mildred Workman Paques. Columbus Romulus S. von Hazmburg, Wil mett. Ill. Lay Retreats 1956 September 7-9.............Women September 14-16 ..............Men September 21-23 ........... Men September 21-30 .........Women October 5-7 Men LAY RETREAT HOUSE St. Thereto Shrine 5277 E. Brood Street IIaTIONWIDE ■L 5P MUTVAt MUUUKf COMAANT kT'*!* MMH oaaa COUMWL m«A B. E. (Buzz) DAUB A Member Of Holy Spirit Parish BE. 5-1670 BE. 1-3676 FLOWERS by JUNE-SCHAAF CENTRALLY LOCATED IN THE HEART OF COLUMBUS PERSONAL SERVICE OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS Flowers Telegraphed 7 N. High St. CA. 4-4050 7 N. High St. CA. 4-7447 In Th« South End It's Now VOIGT T.V. and Gar Radio Drive In HI. 3-1569 1927 Lockbournt Rd Dingman’s Rexall Pharmacy DOWNTOWN (State A Fourth Sts.) 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Step by itap instructions on good kghhng ^cixenne® CRUMBM MB IMTKM BBN ELECTRIC COMPANY 1 1 I 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 in io io 10 AAAAAA AAAAA AAAA AAA AA s I to to to to to .1 l'/i .2 to 4 Ef EEE BROS The cornerstone at the new convent at Sacred Heart parish was laid last week when Bishop Hettinger applied the finish ing touches as Dr. E. P. Benedict, Mrs. Harry Blanc and Joseph Snyder looked Bishop Ready will lay the cornerstone for the new Sa cred Heart elementary and business high school, at 10:30 a m. Sunday. The 12-room school which is expected to he ready for occu pancy early next year was begun the latter part of July this year. lire cornerstone for the new U-shaped convent which was be gun at the same time, was laid last week by Bishop Hettinger, pastor of Sacred Heart parish. General contractor for the new Sacred Heart school is James J. McArthur. Sheridan Heating and Plumbing, and the Electrical Pow er and Equipment Co., are the subcontractors for the school and convent. Emerick and McGee are ihe architects for the two build ings. The new school is a direct ad d.tion to Ihe present Ryan Hall, t&rish recreation center, and will he parallel to Summit street. The school is being constructed of brick masonry with stucco trim and will house school and the school. both the grade business high 12 room school The present NEW ROME MOTEL West of Columbus on US Rte 40 TV Radiant Heat Playground Near Restaurant Brick Construct’n 5244 W. Broad St. Ph. TH. 4-5125 CATHOLIC CHRISTMAS CARDS Make $60.00 Easy In Spare Time Sell only 100 boxes of love ly, new, Catholic Christmas cards. Amazing values. Over 90 assortments on which you can make mon ey fast. Start now. Write for samples. EXCELSIOR Greetings, 5938 Fieldston Rd.. New York 71. NY. hu. i I J:"- Bishop Hettinger Lays Cornerstone Cornerstone Ceremony At Sacred Heart Sept. 9 was constructed in 1875 and will he completely demolished w’hen the new school is ready for oc cupancy. A festival will bp held Septem her 14 and 15 on the parish grounds which will help defray building costs, according to Bish op Hettinger. -----------------o----------------- Annual Summer Festival Planned Al Sacred Heart The annual parish festival at Sacred Heart church, Columbus, will be held Sept, school grounds, it nounced by Jerry man of the affair. on. Bishop Ready will lay the cornerstone to the new school, also under construe* tion, this Sunday following a Pontifical Low Mass in Sacred Heart church. 14-15 on the has been an Ryan, chair- and George Henry Glitches Goodburn are while women in charge of stands are: Miss Thelma Ryan, Miss Joan Reams, Mrs. Raymond Whaley, Mrs. William Gladwell, Mrs. Rob ed Hutchinson, bril, Mrs. Doris Clem l^awler. assisting Ryan Mrs. Roy Camp Griffin and Mrs. tickets are Mrs. In charge of Nick Cuccio, Miss Eleanor Chat field, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kor 1.21, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sweet man and Mr. and Mrs. Horace Sutherland. Joe Nardini and Teck Bell are in charge of hams and F.E.Cn&VESIne.:: “h* FENCE MANUFACTURE t»fCTO«S groceries while Mr. and Mrs. Jot eph McCormick are handling the advertising. The public is invited. -Mass Ordo LITURGY Of The SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 THE SIXTEENTH SUNDAY AFTHR PENTECOST Green vestments, Gloria, Sec ond pra.ver (in Low Masses) of St. Peter Claver, Credo, Preface of the Trinity. MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 FEAST OF ST. NICHOLAS OF TELENTINO White vestments Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in lxw Masses) for the Pope, Common Preface. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 COMMEMORATION OF STS. PROTUS AND HYACINTH Mass as on Sunday. Green vestments, no Gloria, Second and Third prayers (in Ixiw Masses) of Sts Protus and Hyacinth and for the Pope, no Credo, Common Preface. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 FEAST OF THE MOST HOLY NAME OF MARY White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) for the Pope, Credo, Preface of the Blessed Virgin. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 FERIAL DAY MASS AS ON SUNDAY Green vestments, no Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for the Pope, no Credo, Common Preface. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 FEAST OF THE EXALTATION OF THE HOLY CROSS Red vestments. Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for the Pope. Credo, Preface of the Holy Cross. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 FEAST OF THE SEVEN SORROWS OF OUR LADY White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) of St. Nicodemis, Sequence. Credo, Preface of the Blessed Virgin. -----------------o----------------- Melancholy was made, not for beasts, but for men but if men give way to it evermuch they turn into beasts.—Miguel de Cervantes (1547 1616) “Don Quixote. BE CONFIDENT Give yourself the confidence of a financially secure future with a Systematic Sav ings Program at FRANKLIN FEDERAL. Save regularly, every payday. Earn our pro fitable dividends—at the an ticipated rate of 3% a year! Come in soon. Open Fridays Till S:30 P.M. AL SAViugy |XLOANASSN. ph°ni vAi I* 7M2 Catholic Pupils (Continued from Page 1) The office said there would be some 41,553,000 in all schools and colleges this year. This means, it pointed out, that one of every four persons in the country will be attending school or college. Many Catholic school systems in the country have had to face a whole set of problems presented by these increasing numbers. Th* gap between the need for teaching Sisters and the number available has been wid ened. Religious vocations are reported to be at an all-time high, but they can't keep up with the number of children. Some education officials have estimated that as many as 30.000 new teachers will be needed in Catholic elementary schools by I960 and some 25,000 in sec ondary schools by 1970. More Lay Teachers Undoubtedly this will mean an increase in the number of lay teachers in many dioceses, pre senting such difficulties as the sources of funds to pay adequate salaries and integration of the new teachers into schpol facul ties. It puts Catholic school sys tems in competition with public schools for qualified teachers. At present about one in every seven grade school teachers is a lay per son. More students will need more buidlings. Many dioceses are now undertaking extensive building projects. In the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, for example, Arch bishop John F. O’Hara, C.S.C., launched a development plan in 1954 which, when completed, will see more than 120 new schools and additions built to serve the Catholic population there. In the country, between 1952 and 1955. 520 new grade schools and 120 new’ high schools were constructed, April report partment of according to the of the N.C.W.C. De Education. enrollments suggestions from Increasing have some quarters that thought be given to revising the academic structure of schools. One such proposal has been that Catholic schools drop the first four grades and specialize instead on upper elementary grades and on the high school level. However, dis cussion on such proposals is still in the beginning stages. resulted in The N.C.W.C. News Service’s estimate of this year’s enroll ments was based on a compari son of the 1953-54 biennial survey of Catholic education and the April 955-56 enrollment esti mates, both issued recently by the Department of Education of the N.C.W.C. The estimated per centage of increase for one year was taken from these two reports. Assumption was made that this percentage would continue and M'ould provide a general estimate of enrollment increase for this year. ARCHITECTURAL CEMENT PRODUCTS INC. 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Dollar added to dollar-gifts from our benefactors—can bring Our Eucharistic Lord to these good people who love Him so much. We do beg your help for this appeal from Rome. WHAT YOU PUT IN THE HAND OF THE HOLY FATHER YOU PUT IN THE HAND OF CHRIST A GIFT TO OUR LADY? Could you give a present to our Blessed Mother on her birthday, September 8th? SISTER ANSELM and SISTER GABRIEL wish to be missionaries for her son Jesus. Their board and tuition for each year of their two year’s training is just $150. 'They are now novices with the Sacred Heart Sisters in India. By adopting one of these young girls you will be giving a real gift to Our Lady and fur thering the missionary work of her Divine Son. ARRANGE NOW FOR GREGORIAN MASSES AFTER DEATH. ASK ABOUT THE SUSPENSE CARD. PRIESTS FOR THE FUTURE Our Missionary efforts will never be totally success ful until we have all native priests among their own people. THOMAS and VARGHESE are two native lads just starting their seminary education at St. Joseph’s Seminary in India. They are praying for .some kind benefactor to adopt them in the name of God. Each boy needs $100 for each of his six years training before he becomes a priest among his own people. Please help! ONE DOLLAR FOR OUR EMERGENCY FUND WILL HELP THE HOLY FATHER IMMENSELY. THE BEAUTY OF GOD’S HOUSE We receive constant appeals for articles to adorn poor Mission Chapels. Perhaps you would like to donate an a loved one—or for a Mass Kit Altar Tabernacle Statue .... favor received. article in memory of $100 Chalice $40 Vestments .... $50 75 Monstrance .. 40 Mass Book ........40 25 Confessional 50 Stations .»........ 25 30 Altar stone .. .. 10 Crucifix .. ........ 25 BE GOOD TO GOD AND GOD WILL BE GOOD TO YOU PALESTINE REFUGEES. Among our many tasks is the caring and feeding of thousands of Arab Refugees in the Holy Land. Both FATHER KENNEDY and FATHER KING of this office are with the refugees in the Holy Land doing all they can to help them. These worthy priests are pleading for FOOD PACKAGES to feed the hungry. $10 will buy one. Can you make a gift of a Food Package to feed these hapless people? We will gladly send you a Rosary made in the Holy Land. REMEMBER GOD AND THE MISSIONS IN YOUR WILL. YOUR STRINGLESS GIFTS help our Holy Father solve critical needs without delay. You are his strong right hand in extending the kingdom of God on earth. Can you help the Vicar of Christ in this most important work? Many blessings will be yours. GOD LOVES A CHEERFUL GIVER. Hear'SstCDissionsjMl CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 4a0l4xington Ave. at 46th St/ New YoHc 17, N. Y.