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8—The Catholic Times
Terriers Notch Third Win Watterson Tests Leaders It was comparatively quiet on Mie high school diamonds last week with the Aquinas nine the only team in league action. The Terriers notched their third league win without a loss, stopping Linden 7-2. to stay in front of the City League. Barr ing more damp weather the Ter riers were to meet once-defeated North last Tuesday. The Metro League was to re sume play last Wednesday but Jack Ryan'*s hoys are too far in HEADQUARTERS For Parochial School Team Equipment Wilson and Spalding Athletic Goods Beck & Albanese Sportsmans Service 223 E. Long at 5th. CA. 4-2887 Jesuit BroHicrf^ peace FOllOvvimG CWILIST •44 THE RUutGWM LIFE for P«rticot«r* WHITE Rrn. Director of Candidates JtSUIT NOVITIATf Milferd, 0hi» THIMMES BROS. Quality Meals & Groceries 351 S. Columbus Lancaster Phone OL 3-1491 JOHN P. KREIDLER Shoes f1 Di.efforttott Phone OL. 3-5577 203 W. Main St. LANCASTER, OHIO BEITER & FLEGE Lancaster, Ohio The Kexall Store PRESCRIPTION DRUGGIST^ EAST END WINE SHOP “We Cover Lancaster Like the Dew" Phone OL. 3-6865 J. H. Sheridan Snns FUNERAL HOME 222 S. Columbus St OL. 2-4633 AMBULANCE SERVICE Ziesler Tree Experts Shrub and Lawn Work Landscaping Our Inturanee Proterr. You •Itimore Rd. OL. 3-4415 Charlie Macioci & Song Selected Fruit* and Produce Warohouto Cor Fair and Harrison Phong OL. 3-4712 Lancaster “Wo are at near at your Telephone" Frank Spires AUCTIONEERING Any place any day except Tues Lleenxed Bonded Experienced O Lancaster O. Route a Tel. Amanda, O. WO 91437 Craawdtl ForWott Fraww Friday, April 26, 1957 Leagues Resume Play This Week front tn ht knocked out this week. In non-league duels lod..y Aqui nas hosts Grove City and the oft beaten St. Mary nine travels to East moor. Tomorrow St. Charles goes to I^ancaster for a double-header. Earlier last week St. Charles’ Fred Blackburn made his first start a memorable one by blank ing South 4-0 in a one hit ef fort by the Carolian hurler. High Schedule April 29—St. Charles at Wat terson Academy at St. Mary. April 30b—St. Charles at Lin den. May 1—Holy Family a’ Watter son St. Mary at St. Charles. May 3—St. Mary at E.istmoor. Card. Wyszytoski Thanks U.S. Renefactors NEW YORK His Eminence Stefan Cardinal Wyszynski, Pri mate of Poland, has expressed his gratitude to a Polish action committee here for sending him $26,000 to assist Polish repatri ates from Russia. The Cardinal expressed his thanks in a letter sent to An thony Gordon, chairman of the New York committee of an emer gency action for Polish repatri ates from Russia. CLEM S GRILL CA. 4-0681 51 S. Washington Columbus* O. LANCASTER Information LYENDECKER Sohio Service Station Broad A Chestnut Phone OL. 3-0143 Lancaster Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan 1O('R SAVINGS INSI KEO LOANS ON REAI ESI ATE DEAN 4 BARRY PAINT IMPERIAL WALLPAPER The Fairfield Paint A Oil Co. Phone OL. 3-4662 Lancaster BAKER Typewriter Co. Royal Typewriters C. Allen And Victor Adding Machines 117 N. Columbus St. Lancaster Phone OL. 3-4531 Funeral Directors James H. Sheridan Son* Funeral Directors 32? South Cohimbui Street Lanranter Ohio ______ OL. 3-4433 OL. 3-4433______ Where to Dine JO-KAR KESIAURANT U* N. '«,nmln- Vlrrrt Fhone OL. 3-9004 RAEDEL HOWE. CO 124 N. Columbus St. Lancaster, Ohio 'Everything tn Hardware Gordon Electric Co. Electric Supplies and Fixtures For Home Farm Industry 207 S. Broad Lancaster, O. Phone OL 3-4973 Ml N COLUMBUS LANCASTER Staten Distributing Co. Distributer ter RLATZ BAVARIAN HUDFPOHL 700 Jefferson Rhone OL. 3-7351 0L W,M LANCASTER. OHIO B'-' Xodok BopptMo Fnattag aaW O Bioalapfoe Fred Haney, boss of the Milwaukee Braves baseball club, plots strategy for the 1957 National League race with his grandsons, Bobbie, 2’/3 Chucker, 7!/i CYO Head pin Tournament Set April 27 The second annual CYO Fiesta Week Headpin Tournament spon sored by the Knights of Colum bus Councils in the city will be held tomorrow in the various neighborhoods for boy and girl members of the parish CYO’s. Each Council will award a hand some trophy to the high scorer in both the boys' and girls’ divi sions of the tourney. North Side parkho* will bowl at Linden Lane* from 12 noon to 3:00 p.m. The Sobth S1d» parithe* at the downtown K of Lane* from 10:00 a.m. to 3 p.m. The West Side pari»he» will bowl at Old Trail Lane* from 12 noon to 6:00 p.m. The Tri Village Area par ishes will bowl at Riverview Lanes from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The East Side parishes will bowl at Aero Lanes 9:00 a.m. Paul (Bucky) O’Connor. Notre Dame 177-pound sopnnmnrp wrestler, is the son nt the famous Irish fullback of 1930. Paul O'Connor Sr., is remembered for scoring the second touchdown on an 80-yard "perfect play’’ in the 27-0 Irish victory over Southern California at Ixis Angeles in 1930. For Quick Results Use Want Ads Business Announcement* 30 Beauty Shops BETTY’S BEAUTY SHOP Our Ions experience 1. your Beauty Assurance. II9Ga W. Main OL. 3-0823. PLUMBERS SEWERS DRAINS Ekctnc Roto Rooter Sewer and Drain Service 211 Pershing Drive Phone l^ncaster OL 3-7581 Automobile Parts—Accessories QUALITY AUTO PARTS Fadrick Futon King* Warner Lockhere Rr»|. Lining Rore-Wemerr Prmtorti CnmnlMe Antr Part* •nd Machine thnt 6*r*le» Phone OL. 3-2654 410 N Memorial Drive rr PAYS TO USE THE HMES CLASSIFIEDS FRANK E. SMITH Funeral Home 24-Hour Ambulance .Service 405 N. Columbus Fh. OL. 3-0453 Lancaster, Ohio PAUL MILLER ELECTRIC INC. Electrical Contractors 111* N M« Lancaster Phone OL. 3-9551 DICKSON'S Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Meat and Beverages DELIVERY SERVICE Complete Line of Appliances Clothing for Entire Family Amanda, Ohio WO. 9-3131 HARRY SHAW RESTAURAMT We Feature Superb Thick steak* and Mixed Drinks To Your Liking A Delightful Place To Spend Ad SNemng Duncan Hmos Qualify Hammond Organ Music Open Daily am To Midnight CLOSED SUNDAYS 201 S. Broad OL. 3-0204 National League, Look Ont! NCCW Given Major Award NEW YORK—(NC)—The Na tional Council of Catholic Women has been awarded a major Amer ican Heritage Foundation Award lor outstanding public service in the 1958 National Nonpartisan Register, Inform Yourself and Vote program, it was announced here by the awards committee of the American Heritage Founda tion. The Council was selected from a field of 7,000 participants the program. Lay Teachers Desert© Parent’s Respect NOTRE DAME—(NC)— A lead ing spokesman for Catholic edu cation says lay teachers in grade and high schools should receive the same respect from parents and students as has always been given to religious teachers Msgr. Frederick G. Hochwalt made the statement in an inter view’ in the current Ave Marie magazine published here. Gerald E. Sherry, managing editor of the Catholic Review, Baltimore arch diocesan newspaper, conducted the interview. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR EMPLOYED l^DY-Room in cozy 4-rm. single All priv., washer, dryer. Nice yard, trees. Nr. bus, stores, $45 mo. CL. 2 6234. NEAR ST. THOMAS. Sleeping room. Will also share apart ment with employed lady. CL. 22326 BLUE DAMASK TABLECLOTH. 54x82, with 8 napkins. $4 small er tablecloths in pale green, also peach and white, $1 and $2. Barbecue tray. $3.50 cock tail shaker, $3 metal Venetian blinds with blue apes, $4 each wash rugs and hath mats Hoov er sweeper, $20. AM. 2-6217. Hmm Dealer in Your Commu nity HANNA PAINT MFG. COMPANY 1313 Windsor Ave. COLUMBUS AX. 4 3361 and Freddie, 10. The two older boys attend St. Cyril's School, Encino, Califor nia. (NC Photos). Elementary Boys’ Baseball Schedule Set In All Leagues North League May 2—St. Gabriel vs. St. Mich ael—Como No. 1 Holy Name vs. St. Peter—Whetstone No. I Im maculate Conception vs. Sacred Heart—Ijnden No. 1 Our I^ady of Peace vs. St. Augustine—Tuttle No. 1. South West League May 3—St. Mary Magdalene vs. St. Christopher—Gowdy No. 1, Holy Family vs. Corpus Christi— Sunshine No. 1 St. Aloysius vs. Our 1-ady of Victory Westgate No. 1 St. Francis vs St. Agatha —Gowdy No. 17. South East League May 3—Christ the King vs. St. Ladislaus—Southview No 6 Hoiy Rosary vs. St. Mary—Southview No. 7 Holy Spirit vs. St. Cyprian —Wolf No. 1 St. Thomas vs. St. John—Krum No. 1. DOLANS Clothing & Shoos 59 S. 3rd St. Newark Service Integrity The Park National Bank OF NEWARK George W. Arensberg PHARMACIST 174 Hudson Ave., Newark, Ohio SPECIALIZING IN PRESCRIPTIONS RITCHEY'S Restaurant in Newark, Ohio Swanks Market Phone FA. 3-2151 Newark 45 Granville The Store That Is Different Furniture & Appliances 57-59 W Main St. Newark WVWMNWAWAWWW The John J. Carroll Store Newark GOOD SERVICE AT A FAIR PRICE Ganuino Part* BATTERIES $7.60 (INSTALLED IN COUNTY) WALKER & BATTAT FA. 6-6161 107 E. Main St. Newark BEST BUY IN USED CARS 6 LINCOLN 6 CONTINENTALS The Only Car That la Worth More Tomorrow RELIABLE 1 UPHOLSTERY CO FA. 4-3521 FOR ALL CARS FREE INSTALLATION Reaver Stores •I E. MAIN FA 4-4681 YEARS IN NEWARK Corpus Christi Takes Both CYO Titles Corpus won both the prep and senior basketball championship last Monday at the K of C. In the Prep division Corpus Christi and St. Mary played a close game. It was an exciting game with the lead shifting back and forth many times. Corpus Christi finally picked up a three point lead and went on to win. The final score was Corpus Christi 55. St. Mary 50. The Senior Division game be tween St. Mary and Corpus Christi was just as thrilling. Each team scored point for point until the closing minutes of play, when Corpus Christi went out in front and won by eight points. The final was Cor pus Christi 52, St. Mary 46. Girls’ Softball Leagues Set O. Girls’ elementary softball starts play April 29 and May 1. There are two leagues this year with 12 teams participating. The schedule for the first set of games is as follows April 29—St. Agatha-St. Christo pher, St. Agatha. Immaculate Conception St. Mi chael. St. Michael. St Mary Magdalene Our Lady of Peace. Westgate. May 1—Holy Rosary Corpus Christi. Wolf. St. Francis Christ the King, Gowdy. St. Mary St. Dominic. South view. Books of Wallpaper. Over 22 years experience. M. L. (Bus) Gamble. Dial DL 4-1506. BUCHANAN TRACTOR SALES, UTICA. Ohio. Phone TW. 2-2761. Ferguson-Massey Harris. New Hol land, Shawnee & Davis Backoe dealers. CARRY OUTS MONTGOMERY CARRY OUT COLD BEER ALE WINE FARTY SUFFLIES CASE DELIVERY Onen 9.00 A.M. to 12:00 P.M 103 S. Third_________ FA. 9-4351 SEPTIC TANKS Pre-Cast Concrete Septic Tanks CONCRETE AND CINDER BLOCKS W. L. Mattox Corner Ferry and Daniel Ave. Fhone DI. 4.5930, Newark, Ohio SAVINGS A LOAN NEWARK SAVINGS A LOAN CO. REAL ESTATE LOANS INSURED SAVINGS 14 W. Main FA. 3-5411 LIFE TIME CAREER BE A HAIRDRESSER 3-B School of Beauty 1714 5. BARK FLACK FHONE FA. 4-0351 A profession for male and female. Cash and payment plan. Clinic open to the public, minimum pric es. No appointment necessary. For Advertising Rates Write: AD DEPT. CATHOLIC TIMES P. O. BOX 636 COLUMBUS OHIO MEAT CUT FOR LOCKERS OR FREEZERS We Sell BhI By The Quarter McCANN’S LOCKERS Utica, Ohio For Sales & Service You Will Be Happier TOMORROW If You See Peterson Buick TODAY PETERSON BUICK Newark, Ohio Insured Deposits THE NEWARK TRUST COMPANY MCMBCR FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORFORATION Fourth ‘Europe Village' To Be Built In Italy HUY, Belgium—(NC) The fourth ’‘Europe Village,” where refugees from all nations are giv en homes, is to be built in the Italian town of Biella, near Naples. This was revealed here by the offices of the Aid to Displaced Persons, a welfare organization headed bv Father Dominic Pire, OP. The luxurious, ocean side Coronado Hotel is convenient fo everything. Fool and Cabana Club. Private Beach. Near Churchet BUYERS' NEWARK GUIDE INFORMATION Schlitz. Burger. Gam Distributor in Licking County Hines Distributing Company Newark O. Phone I A. 6-jfi9jl_ Ralph E. Turner AUCTIONEER “Personal Property and Real Es tate”. Newark, Phone FA. 4-2241, FA^ 3-392!. _______________ PAINTING (Interior-Exterior). Pa per removed. Papering. Sample O. D. HOLLAR & SON Plum binfi and Heating 62 West Church Street Office Phone FA. 3-5541 Res. Phone DI. 4-4435 Motorists Mutual Ins. Co. I RAYMOND R. HOHL Auto Fire General liability 33 Columbia St. FA. 6-8951 PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS "We Invite Your Inspection of Our Dairy” I Kreig St., phone FA. 4-3521 IVAN MATHIS MOVING—STORAGE Allied Van Lines World's Largest Long Distance Movers Rhone FA. 4-3441, Newark, Ohio THE HUB The Busy Store Men's and Boy'* Clothing NEWARK, OHIO aaa**aaeaaae«M*«*a*M TRADE WITH THE ROE EMERSON STORE CLOTHES HATS FURNISHINGS SHOES 11 "S" West Side Square, Newerk “The Lad’s Store as Well a« Dad'.’’ PMWWWWWMFWWWWVW1 Expert TV Service In Home or Shop DAUGHERTY TELEVISION N. 4th St. FA. 4-5351 CEMENT BRICK NEW AND USED LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS S. G. (TEDO) LOEWENDICK & SONS LINNVILLE ROAD FHONE FA. 4-1441 Newark, Ohio Japan's Catholic Braille Library Has 600 Books* iwn yeoe^eo^jenfototowneoe^eoeoeowOdewe?*?*?! s TOKYO, Japan—(NC) —Moff than 600 books are now av-adatile to Japan’s blind persons Catholic Braille Library here. Already the Gospels have 8e8n transcribed and work on tl»e Epistles is expected to be com pleted this year. The library pub lishes a quarterly magazine for the blind entitled, Ake-no-Hoshi (Morning Star). EnJoyaMy Iti^o/imnC You'll feel younger, happier, an^ healthier under the warm sun's rays! Come to Miami Beach... frolic on sandy beaches...swim in clear blue water...Where every dayis a summer day... and you can feel yourself live! POOL AND CABANA CLUB MIAMI BEACH Edward W. Collins, Mng. Director Profitable Credit Sales is our most important objective The Credit Bureau We Collect in a Peaceful Way— if Possible Rut We Collect. i JACK D. BRADDOCK AUCTIONEER Complete Dispersal Of Personal And Real Property Phone JU. 2-2211 s Nowark, Ohio Sd*o»o»o»o«o»o»c«o«6«6«e*o«6»o«c*o*o*d*o»o6«' Indpendent Dairy Inc. Granville, Ohio Altmeyer Shell Service NOW SUPER SHELL WITH Have ALL Your Horsepower 104 Granville St. at Buckingham Painted Walls, Washable Wallpaper, Basement and Woodwork cleaned with machine and detergent, no soap. Free estimate or demonstration. Average room $4.00. Work $uaran. toed. Commercial er private homes. MAGIC WALL CLEANING COMPANY 404 West Church Street Fhone FA. 9-3413 or FA. 4-7713 OPTOMETRIST Dewey T. Hartley, O.D. First National Bank Bldg. Phone: FA. 6-0641, Nowark, O. Tru-Value' Used Cart West Main Motors 93 W. MAIN FHONE FA. 5-1911 Just 31 Stsps West of Fifth ft, Ora Shannon REALTOR 365 National Drive FAirfax 2-2261 Newark, O. TOM STEVENS NORTH PARK FLORIST Ohio’s Most Beautiful Flower Shop 1237 Mt. Vornon Rd. FAirfax 6-2341 MATESICH DIST. 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