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ReceivesCredit At Strike End 1RIDEGPORT, Conn—(NC A Catholic prelate who has served aa mediator or arbitrator in more than 1,000 labor-management dis putes has been given principal credit for settling the 47 day •trike of the Underwood Corpora tion here. Msgr. Joseph F. Donnelly of New Haven, chairman of the State Board of Mediation and Ar bitration, received high praise from both union and management officials for his tireless and effec tive negotiating. Th«r» were nine important Issues blocking a settlement of ♦he strike when Msgr. Donnelly first entered the negotiations. All but one of these were set tled in a manner regarded as favorable t© the union. During most of the negotion tfons, company and union offic ials met in separate rooms. Fath er Donnelly, shuttled from one room to the other in an attempt to settle the strike. Jack Smith, president of the International Union of Electrical Workers, Local 267, and Charles Weidman, personnel manager at Underwood’s Bridgeport works, lauded Msgr. Donnelly for tack ling a tough job and handling it brilliantly. The prelate has been appointed •nd reappointed to the State Board of Mediation and Arbitra tion by three governors. He was first appointed in 1944. He has served as chairman of the board since 1949. McMillen Sanitarium PRIVATE GERIATRIC HOSPITAL Specializing in the Care of Male and Female GERIATRIC CASES Aente Female Nervous Disorders ROBERT A. KIDD, M.D. 40 N. Nelson Rd. CL. 2-1314 Geo. J. Layne & Co. REALTORS Residential, Commercial, Industrial Sales, Management Rentals & Leases Columbus and Cincinnati Offices BRoadway 4-7817 2427 Sullivan* Ave. BR. 4-7117 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 Open Dally and Sundays “Hl 10 P.M. CApifal 4-2481 144 1. State St. CA. 4-2441 CIHIKIC w I lx I IN v St. Leo Parish Has Holiday Fair November 8 St. I4o parish, Columbus, will hold its annual Holiday Fair on Sunday, November 18, from 12-6 p. m. Special feature of the event will he a chicken and noodle din ner with tickets selling for $1 for adults and 50 cents for chil dren. John Schmitt is general chair man for the affair. He will he assisted hy Mrs. Joseph Zubovich, dinner chairman Mrs. Francis Kempf, religious articles Mrs. Robert Ellifritz, fish pond Mrs. Morris Diamond, grocery basket Mrs. John Jabok, fancy stand James Sergi, prizes Andrew Faeppner, stands Francis Kempf, ham stand, and Mrs. Arnold Plageman. publicity. Mass Ordo LITURGY Of The SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 11 THE TWENTY-FIFTH SUNDAY AFTER PENTECOST Green vestments: Introit, Grad ual, Alluluia, Offertory and Com munion of ‘the Twenty-Third Sun day prayer, Epistle, Gospel, Se cret and Postcommunion of Fifth Sunday After Epiphany. Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) of St. Martin, Credo, Preface of the Trinity. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 12 FEAST OF ST. MARTIN Red vestments, Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for Peace, Common Preface. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 FEAST OF ST. DIDACUS White vestments, Gloria. Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) Peace, Common Preface. DON’T. I, DfPOSlWWItiJ1 I A\A/Nlklf*C /AWIwliwvJw All savings deposits made at The Central on or before November 10th are credited as of November 1st and earn full interest from that date. NOW is a good time to make regular or extra deposits with Current Rate on us. it’s PROFITABLE for Insured Savings. you! 3IUKIVI UUUIQ rii I TfinAV VHLL I UM AI ano loan company Tested by Twee Intvrui hf Hie Fwhtre.1 for Red vestments, Gloria, Second prayer (in Low Masses) for peace, Common Preface. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 15 FEAST OF ST. ALBERT THE GREAT DOCTOR OF THE CHURCH White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) for Peace, Credo, Common Preface. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 16 FEAST OF ST. GERTRUDE White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond prayer (in Low Masses) for Peace, Common Preface. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17 SATURDAY OF OUR LADY White vestments, Gloria, Sec ond and third prayers (in Low Mawes) of St. Gregory and for Peace, Preface of the Blessed Virgin. FIX UP FOR '56 EVERYTHING ni55IONHR4ES OF BURMA Above is the display set up in Phila delphia recently by the Missionaries of S.S. Peter and Paul at the national mission exhibit, Vistarama. The local group which has a temporary seminary on East North Dr. McMahon pointed out that a detention home is not a jail, but a house staffed by qualified personnel where a child may live while a com plete and thorough investiga tion is made of his or her back ground so that a program may bo planned to counteract anti social behavior and correct the child. 14 WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER FEAST OR ST. JOSAPHAT He described the proposed de tention home as "a supervised home where a child may live un til sufficient evidence and facts are gathered to enable the court to determine the whys and where fores of the child's behavior so that an intelligent program may he set up to assist in the correc tion of that particular child.” Dr. McMahon stressed the fact that "delinquents do not grow ready-made on trees” but that ‘‘it takes about eight years of con ditioning to produce one.’ 'He fur ther stated that the ratio of treat ment is the exact amount of time required for the conditioning of one delinquent act. Other matters of business at the meeting included the for- Card. Saliege Dies at 86 TOULOUSE. Franc? His Em inence Jules-Geraud Cardinal Saliege, Archbishop of Toulouse, died here (Nov. 5) at the age of 86. He had long been in ill health. In 1954 he delegated to his co adjutor, Archbishop Gabriel Ga ronne, all the temporal and spir itual administration of the Arch diocese of Toulouse. 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 For HOME Improvement at Columbus Home Improvement Aluminum lapsiding with baked enamel finish. Won’t chip, crack or peel, Glatex asbestos siding and Ruberoid color grained siding. Colorful metal ayrnings "with baked-on finish 5-year guarantee. They add beauty and value to your home. COMBINATION STORM-SCREEN WINDOWS Double hung or casement windows. or initial grills. All-aluminum combination storm-screen door with decroative m*- 2~4777 am. 3-5229 Bino DiPietro and Howard Pontius Co-Owners Members of St. Augustine Parish Columbus Home Improvement Columbus Owned Columbus Operated 975 E. Hudson St. Terms To Suit Your Budget BANK RATE FINANCING HrSnSIV IB Local Missioner Group at Vistarama McMahon Tells Portsmouth Knights Detention Home Need PORTSMOUTH At the regular meeting recently of Portsmouth Council No. 741, local Knights of Columbus heard Dr. Thomas A. McMahon, Medical Director at the Portsmouth Receiving Hospital, describe the need for a capably managed Detention Home in Scioto County. mulation of plans for a Satur day Night Party for members on November 3, another teen age party for Notre Dame stu dents after the football game on November 10, a Mother-end daughter Communion and Breakfast at Holy Redeemer Church on November 18, and a Memorial Service at St. Mary's Church on the evening of No vember 18. BERLIN—Pretending not to be worried by events in Poland and Hungary, the puppet regime of the Soviet zone of Eastern Ger many appears determined to carry on its atheist propanganda in open defiance of the wishes of the people. Preparations for the 1957 "youth initiation.” which nothing but a godless rite poorly con cealed behind phrases, are going ahead full steam. The only dif ference, when compared with the same procedures during the past two years, is a more intense ef fort to deceive Christian families. The campaigns which preceded "youth initiation” during the past two years were more openly atheistic than the one now con templated. This no doubt was the principal reason for their fail ure. This year the Red rulers mean to proceed more carefully, hut the pressure they apply on the younger generation is no less severe. At the same time the Soviet zone post office department has confiscated copies of the text of the recent joint pastoral letter of the German hierarchy which deals with the necessity to pro mote the retreat movement. It had been mailed to all pastors of the Berlin diocese to be read from their pulpits. Although it deals with a strictly religious topic and carries no political ref erence, it never reached the pas tors. Broadway in Columbus and is building it's first permanent seminary in.the United States on a tract of land near Hebron do nated by Bishop Ready, has missions in Japan, China and Burma. The Membership Committee reported that the First Degree would be administered to another group on November 12, and that the Second and Third Degrees would be exemplified for the Fa ther Rubeck (’lass on November 18 and 25 respectively. -----------------o-----------------GARCEAU, East German Reds Plan Youth Drive Requiescant You are asked to pray for the rSpose of the souls of the follow* ing and the others who have died i- the Diocese during the past week. WATERS, Neil, 69. Oct 29, St. Cyprian Church, Columbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. TALLMAN, Mrs. Elizabeth, 24, Oct 29, Immaculate Conception Church, Columbus. Mt Calvary Cemetery. ROLFE, Mrs. Florence, 66, Oct. 29. St. Mary Church, Evansville, Ind. St. Joseph Cemetery, Evans ville. BARTHOLOMEW. Mrs. Annie. Oct 25, St. Thomas Church, Zanesville, Mt. Calvary Cerpetcry. Roy, 67, Oct. St. Mary Church, Marion. Mary Cemetery. SCHILDER. Mrs. Olive, Oct. 26. Our Mother of Sorrows Chapel, Lockbourne. St. Jo seph Cemetery. DRABECK, Michael, 43. Oct. 29, St. Vincent de Paul Church, Mt. Vernon. Calvary Cemetery. DORN, Frank. Oct 28, St. Leo Church. Columbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. BURRIS, Andrew, 68. Oct .27, §t. Mary Church, Marion. St Mary Cemetery O’Brien. William, 81, Oct. 31, Sacred Heart Church, Columbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. BOLDMAN, Mrs. Pearl, 51, Oct. 26, St. Mary Church. Columbus. O’ROURKE, Thomas, 78. Oct. 30. St. Mary Magdalene Church, Columbus, Mt. Calvary Cemetery. SCOTT, Hubert. 55. Nov. 1. St. James the Less bus. St. Joseph FITZMARTIN, Oct. 31, St. Mary Church, Co lumbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. WELDMAN, Mrs. Julia. Nov. 1, St Agnes Church, Columbus. JOHNSON. Mrs. Christina, 67, Nov. 1, Our Lady of Peace Church, Columbus. St. Joseph Cemetery. HOMAN, Mrs. Mary, 82. Oct. 23, St. Joseph Church, Dover, Calvary Cemetery. -----------------o----------------- IT PAYS TO USE THE TIMES CLASSIFIEDS CHRISTMAS CARDS ARE READY FOR LEISURELY SELECTION Ona glance at the calendar tells you that Christmas is approaching with the speed of light. Now is the time to inspect our stock of contempor ary and traditional Christmas cards. You will agree they are more varied and more beautiful than ever before. Get yours now while choice is widest end time allows leisurely selection end addressing. When you examine these expressions of the true meening of Christmas, you'll be glad you stopped in CBS The Cathedral Book Shop. MAIL ORDERS CAREFULLY HANDLED. RELIGIOUS ART’* FRA YER ROOKS ROtARME BOOKS GREETING CARDS —OftWSlU 2 0 5 EAST BROAD STREET Banquet Set By St. Charles Alumni Group A large turnout expected for the annual St Charles, Columbus, Alumni banquet scheduled fnr the Columbus Maennerchor on Thursday, December 13. Tom Keys, executive sports ed itor of the Columbus Citizen will serve as toastmaster while Dr. Jimmy Hull, former All-American basketball player at Ohio State will be the guest speaker. Included on the program will be election of officers for 1957. Refreshments will be served. Tick ets and information may be oh tained by calling Walt Plank at HI. 4-2231. -o- St. Christopher Plans Dinner Sundav, Nov. 11 Men of St. Christopher Church. Columbus, Holy Name Society will join with the parish PCCW Sunday, Nov. 11, to sponsor an annua) fund-raising dinner. Roast beef dinners will be served in the parish hall from 1-6 p.m. in con junction with a bazaar to be held in the school hall. Tickets for the dinner are $1.35 for adults and .75 for children. Mrs. Kenneth McPhail, Jr., is general chairman and Leo McGee, president of the Holy Name So ciety, is co-chairman. Among those helping with oth er committees are Mrs. Robert Curtin, tickets distribution Mrs. Michael Hogan and Maurice A. Forquer, dining room Mrs. Jos eph Gaudieri and Mrs. Anna Cin cjone, kitchen arrangements: Mrs. William Hamilton. Mrs. William Harrup. Mrs. Clinton A. Wander, and Mrs. John Albanese, auxiliary foods, and Charles Amicon, carv ing. Mrs Richard Ducev is in charge of decorations. Mrs. Wil liam Zelinski is chairman of the bazaar. The public is invited. Tickets will he sold at the door. ----------o------------- St. Leo HNS Sets Communion Breakfast Father Dominic U. Corigliano O.P. of Aquinas High School will be the guest speaker at the St Leo Holy Name Society Commun ion Breakfast this Sunday. No vember 11 after the 8:30 Mass. James Sergi, acting chairman, will he assisted by Andrew Theado, Lawrence Egger and Morris Diamond. Norris Funeral Home 2R. St, S3 Years of Faithful Strvic* Fully Prepared, From the Point of Experience and Equipment at 41, Our Command AMBULANCE SERVICE 2574 N. Broadway, Grove CHy FR. 4-4333 Caruso's Pizzeria PIZZA SPAGHETTI STEAKS CHICKEN & CHOPS CARRY OUT SERVICE Open Sunday Through Thursday, 5 P.M TiU 1 A.M. Friday and Saturday, 5 P.M. Till 3 AM Mrs. Jane DePalma, Prop. 3410 W Broad St. BR. 4-932S J----------------------------------------------------- 3z iOLUMBU: SAVINGS WtPAY AND LOAN 79 E. GAY ST. Church, Colum Cemetery. Mrs. Frances, GESTETNER Specialist* in Office Duplicating Since 1881 Duplicator, Hand and Electric Stancils, Inks All Colors Writing and Drawing Accessories Photographic Stancil Service Electronic Stencil Service "WHERE TO BUY THEM” United Business Serv. 441 S High St. CA. 4-1S57 Friday, Nov 9,1956 iustralia May End Extradition Pacts CANBERRA. Australia— (NO —The termination of extradition treaties between the government of Australia and Iron Curtain countries has been urged by a Catholic member of the Austral ian Labor Party. F. Stewart, Catholic labor lead er. asked Minister of External Af fairs Richard Casey to bring to an end all such treaties. Speak ing to the House of Representa tives, Mr. Casey replied that the matter will be decided soon. Sinclair THE CATHOLIC TIMES—3 Five (5) Second-hand "Steinway” Pianoe smallest size to the largest. Must he closed out to make room for new Christmas stork and Christmas Lay-Aways. No reasonable offer refused. You name the terms. MUSIC 5WE p0 North High Street COLUMBUS, OHIO Read the Times Classified Ads McKINLKY RESTAURANT Home Cooking 6 ». 2:30 Beer- Wine Liquet IN BLSINE YEARS. 1447 McKii.tey, BR. 4-0 H. J. LaPLANTE PLUMBING AND HEATING SERVICE AND SUPPLIES ELECTRIC SEWER SERVICE We’re Fixed to Fix It 1479 N. 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