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Christ the King
Men Schedule Year's Program Catholic family life will hr the program theme for the 1956-57 meetings of the Holy Name So ciety of Christ the king parish, Columbus, Tom Spangler, newly named program committee chair man announced. Spangler outlined program plans at the parish Holy Name communion breakfast Oct. 14, which was held at the school cafeteria and attended by 130 men. Other committee chairmen se 51 Getting ahead financially ts not a matter of “pinching pennies.” Actually you can spend money more happily once you have embarked on a program of systematic sav ing at Central! and have a reserve fund. Come in see how easy it is to save the Central way! Centralize Your Savings at A lected by president Vinre Her mann included parish huilding project, l-eo Mackin: youth activi ties, Paul Miller publicity, Wil bur Kilburger sick and vigil, Mike Gallagher and marshall, Bill Callahan. Eugene Butler and Robert Ry an were selected as delegates to the Diocesan Holy Name Union. Christ the King's next Holy Name meeting is scheduled Nov. 15, at 8.15 p. m. -o.. ...... -.............. Wp are commanded to love our neighbor—A new command ment I give unto you, that you Icve one another, as I have loved you, that you also love one an other (John xiii, 34). OK OK 100 Car Selection OPEN DAILY 8:30 »A.M. TO 9:30 P.M. ’55 Plymouth $1695 Buick............ $315 4- Door. Radio, heater, 2-tone finish. ’54 Ford.............. S98S 5- Door Customline. Radio, heater. ’51 Plymouth $495 Hardtop. Radio, heater, 2-tone fin ish. ’50 Mercury ... .5295 Convertible. R. and H. Hardtop, Powerflite. 2-tone finish, Ivory over blue. W.S.W. tires. R. and H. '54 Ford ...........$1295 Crestline Convertible. Fordomatic, W.S.W. tires. Black top, light fin ish. ’50 Chevrolet .. $235 2-Dr. Sed. Heater, defroster. Paul Davies 'Chevrolet Inc. 23 Years Your Downtown Chevrolet Dealer 22 Cleveland Ave. CA. 8-5587 YOU DON’T HAVE TO IE A PENNY FINCHER HMt* VIA S.vln9. Current Rate On Insured SAVINGS ANO LOAN COMPANY e EAST CAY street iRsurgd w the Future.* tv 1 So far advanced it is a new class of motor fuel! Portsmouth Men Portray Living Rosary PORTSMOUTH Before an al tar banked with gold and white chrysanthemums on the grounds of Notre Dame high school, mem bers of Bishop Hartley General Assembly, Fourth Degree and Portsmouth Council 742, Knights of Columbus, exemplified a Liv ing Rosary for an estimated au dience of 500 persons, recently. The opening prayer was recited by Father H. A. Rubeck, Pastor of Holy Redeemer church, who al so announced the Five Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary. Fourth Degree Knights, in full uniform, represented the larger beads of the Rosary, smaller beads were represented by the Third Degree Knights. The Rosary Ceremony was fol lowed by a brief address by Fa ther John Graf, Pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows church of West Portsmouth. The service was concluded with a Solemn Benediction with the Blessed Sacrament. All singing during the service was by the Notre Dame Glee Club under the direction of Sister M. Gavin. Plans for the Rosary Service were completed hy co-chairman Charles A. Bitz and Robert Glynn who directed the ceremony. -----o------------------- Mindzenty Continued from page 1) of the suffering of the whole na tion. By his mere existence he is helping us to bear up.”’ The newsman said there was a similar response to his ques tions about Archbishop Groesz. The Hungarians told him, he reported, that "we are fortu nate and happy to have the Archbishop in our midst.*' The report noted that in his first sermon after returning to his See City of Kalocsa after his release from prison. Archbishop Groesz is said to have stated: “I know that I owe my release not to the government but to your prayers, the prayers of the faithful.” The newsman's report conclud ed: “The Hungarian people have not forgotten the Archbishop’s words. They continue to pray. As I have seen for myself, the churches are full until late at night.” WITH THE GREATEST OCTANE POWER EVER OFFERED OHIO DRIVERS Dover Man, 50 Years A Knight NEW PHILADELPHIA Frank Molliski, district deputy of the Knights of Columbus, left above, pins a 50 year award on the lapel of Vincent Bremyer, Dover phar macist, as the New Philadelphia council met recently to initiate 24 candidates. The meeting also noted the 75th anniversary of the local organization. Requiescant You are asked to pray for the repose of the souls of the follow ing and the others who have i* the Diocese during the week. MILLER. Ralph. 78. Oct. 13. St. Thomas church, Zanesville. Mt. Olive cemetery. BEITEL, William. 82. Oct. 12. St. Joseph cathedral, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. BEST for whatever car you ttlil drive! BEST for whatever car you'll buy! SOHIO Sr., 71, Baptist Joseph PUSATERI, Anthony Oct. 15, St. John the church, Columbus. St. cemetery. KIMBLE. Mrs. Virginia, Oct. 10. St. John church, Miltonsburg. St. John cemetery. CESA RATTO, John. 75, Oct. 5, memorial service held at St. Pe ter church, Columbus. Burial in Gradisca Di Spilimbergo, Udine, Italy. RYAN. William. 61, Oct. 16, St. Patrick church, Columbus. Mt. Calvary cemetery. SCHIEBER, Sylvester. 69, Oct. 15, St. Mary church, Columbus. jSt. Joseph cemetery. died pest GAVIN, Mrs. Elizabeth. 64. Oct. 13, St. I*o church, Columbus, St. Joseph cemetery. Oct. CORDtANO. Agostino, 61, 15, St. Augustine church, Colum bus. Mt. Calvary cemetery. OVERFIELD. Cheryl. 10 months, Oct. 13, Corpus Christi church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. SAVEY, John. 72, Oct. 16, St. Francis de Sales church, Newark. Mt. Calvary cemetery. FARLEY, Mrs. Sarah, Oct. 13, Immaculate Conception church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery, SHEAF, Miss Grace, Oct. 17. St. Christopher church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. BIGHOUSE. Mrs. Mary, 82. Oct. 16. St. Sylvester church. Zaleski. Mt. Calvary cemetery. STEAHLY, Mi's. Elanor. 74. Oct. 19. St Mary church, Portsmouth. MAIN, Mrs. Anna. 75. Oct 12, formerly of Delaware, St. Mary church. St. Petersburg, Fla. RILEY, Mrs. James. Oct. 14. St. Francis dp Sales church, Newark. St. Joseph cemetery. HOGAN, Emmett. 72, Oct. 13, St. Mary church, Portsmouth. O’FERRALL, Robert. Oct. 14. St. Francis dp Sales church. New ark. FIROBEN. Mrs.. 59. Oct 14. St. James thp Less church, Columbus. §t. Joseph cemetery. HOLMES. Benjamin. 72. Oct. 9, St. Vincent de Paul church, Mt. Vernon. Calvary cemetery. NIPPEL. William. 68, Oct. 11. Sts. Simon and Jude church, West Jefferson. JUDGE. Miss Margaret, Oct. 10, St. Joseph cathedral, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. BROOKS, Mrs. Catherine, 73, Oct. 11, Corpus Christi church, Columbus. RIDER, William. 73. Oct 12, Holy Name church, Columbus. St. Joseph cemetery. Migrants Receive Food, Zoal and Spiritual Guidance While Here Last of a series One day when I paid a visit to Senor Trevino’s camp, I noticed that they seemed sad and quiet which was very unusual for them, for they are generally in such good spir its and joking. They reluctantly told me that their “car bon,” coal supply was exhausted and they couldn’t cook. I also found out after twisting Senor Trevinos arm (not liter ally) that there was not enough money left from their first check to buy food and they would not be paid again until they could get work in the corn fields. They were waiting to finish the last hoeing of the beet crop. I contacted Father Schweitzer immediately who told me to have Senor Trevino bring his truck in for “lena”, firewood which was stored in his barn. Senor Trevino brought the truck and several little Trevinos, as well as the older boys. It was an amus ing sight to watch little Mario and Pepe, who are such cute ittle fellows w’th big grown eyes and engaging smiles, try to lug the wood that their older “her manos” threw down from the barn loft. They like to help their papa, too. Father S. also gave them enough money for flour, beans and milk to tide them over for that day. Sr. T. hated to accept the money but they have since paid back Father by cleaning up his garden and lawn. The Trevino family have also washed Maria Elena's carro a couple of times. They take great pride in any work that they do. They often invite Father S and me to have hot tortillas and beans with them. I believe that Father S. has learned to like the tortillas, too, as have the Seminarians. They have given us eggs and to matoes many times since then, too. A few days after that Secun dino Gutierrez H. found himself without any means of transporta tion to his work. He had been working in a beet field quite far from the Trevinos and since his trucker left with the Den Felix camp for Johnstown, O. to work in detassling corn, he was lost. I loaned him my car for two days so that he could finish his work and he took excellent eare of it. He is a mechanic and e’eaned up the car as well as giving me some valuable advice. We then took Arturo, another “compadre” (friend)) to Alger to huy a used 1947 Pontiac. Ar turo had to take his wife and nina, Maggie, the sweetest little black-eyed Mexican baby with the nicest disposition who con stantly entertained us all. to Indiana where they were going to work with his wife’s family. They already had a house ready for them and they needed transportation pronto. It is in teresting serving as interpreter for them. We had to buy license pfricas. and a driving permit for Ohio. He will take the driver test when he reaches Indiana. Just about th time we thought that all the problems had been solved. Senor Herrera, another compadre of the Trevinos, in formed us that he had lost his passport card while he was in Toledo one Saturday. At the suggestion of Sr. Trev ino, I wrote to the Immigration and Naturalization Service in San Antonio. Texas, for information. Since there is no longer a Mexican consul in Cleveland for the State of Ohio, we wrote directly to Texas. As soon as Sr. Herrera could get some passport pic tures taken, we sent them along with the fee of $5.00. indeed, m're teady Mi LOW-COST CAR FINANCING As the beautiful and luxurious new 1957 models appear on dealers’ floors, remember that you can SAVE MONEY right here in your own neighborhood by using a BANCPLAN*AUTO LOAN with The Ohio National Bank. We are at your service, as usual! Study the chart below. Call at our nearest office for your loan. 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Now I know what it means to share with others. Hap piness comes from helping others ‘hrough the love of God. Even the youngest of these Mexican children seem to understand the great wisdom of the reason we are here on earth—to love and serve God so that we may one day join Him and our Blessed Mother in Heaven or “la Gloria”, as they call Heaven We who have been working with them feel very humble in their presence. Jut Flowers Potted Plants Funeral Designs Our Specialty Linden Florists LhV O« SaatU. Prae- SIM Doeona AM S-1M1 McNally Lumber Co. 2034 Leonard Ave-----CL. 3-7481 SPECIAL MILLWORK TO YOUR ORDER SINCLAIR LITHOLINE* Premium Grease ...AeMr YEAGC oZXmoo^6 Bernard C. Gen’l Mgr Millions Of Fool Of Lumber Church Cabinets Pows Panelwork No car will last forever... but, your car will last longer, ride more smoothly without squeaks, if you will let us lubricate it every 1,000 miles with Sinclair uthoune premium grease. FINNERAN & FISCHER Oak and 6th Sts. CA. 4-1070 COLUMBUS, OHIO CHILDREN WITHOUT A SCHOOL This is the latest appeal which has arrived from the Holy Father's office in Rome. We know that you will read it with interest. “In Iraq the Dominican bisters are laboring to save souls in a village named TELKIEFF. The Mother Superior finds it impossible to get the necessary funds to build a school for the children of that village. It is important that a six room school be built—each class room to cost 51,000. In each room a placque will be placed with the names of the benefactors and every morning the prayers of the children will rise to heaven—thanking those good people who helped them so much.** Can you make this plea of the Holy Father come true? Every little gift will do tremendous good. Dollar added to Dollar—and we can finally make this school a reality. SUFFER LITTLE CHILDREN TO COME UNTO ME FOR THEIRS IS THE KINGDOM OF HEAVEN. Medical Kit $75 Confessional ..$5i Crucifie .$25........... Statue .......... .. 30 Censer, Boat .. 20 Picture .......... 15 Altar Stone .. 10 Chalice ........ 40 Tabernacle ... 25 ARRANGE NOW FOR GREGORIAN MASSES AFTER YOUR DEATH. ASK ABOUT OcR SUSPENSE CARD. LOUIS AND VARGHESE—FUTURE PRIESTS Native priests are badly needed for the preaching of the Gospel in our Mission areas. LOUIS and VARGHESE are two young sem inaries starting their studies at St. Joseph's Seminary, India. They are praying for a kind benefactor to help them along the way. They need $100 for each year of their six years seminary training before they are ordained. Could you adopt one of these boys—giving another Priest to God? You will share tn all their works and prayers unto eternity. WHAT YOU PUT IN THE HANDS OF THE HOLY FATHER YOU PUT IN THE HANDS OF CHRIST GOD'S NOBILITY—MISSIONARY SISTERS! SISTER MARY CHELSA and SISTER MARY LEOPOLD are young novices with the Clartst Sisters in India. They are poor in everything except their love of God. They are praying ineesoitantly that somebody might help them with the $150 they need for eaeh of their two years of training. Will ft be your proud boast that you have an adopted daughter working for God? Your STRINGLESS GIFTS are precious to our Holy Father when emergencies arise so suddenly that he has no time to appeal. CHRISTMAS FOOD PACKAGES NEEDED You remember how St. Paul took up a collection In Antioch for the poor people of Jerusalem. Christmas we hope to distribute food through the Society of St. Vincent de Paul to the needy of that Holy City. Can you give a mite? Today Jerusalem is a city of the starving. God will bless you for your charity. MAKE YOUR WILL HIS WILL. PLEASE REMEMBER THE GOOD LORD AND HIS NEAR EAST MISSIONS IN YOUR LAST WILL. ^learBstOlissionsjib Stancil Cardinal SpaNman, President Msgr. Sator P. Tuohy. Natl Soc'y Send all ce«nmuMkaHon« let CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 480 Lexington Ave. at 46th St. New York 17, N. Y.