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10—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, June 21, 1957
AEROLITE ALUMINUM
Storm Windows and Doors
Aluminum Combination end
Outside Casement Storm Windows
and Doors
No Down Payment. Up to 36 Mos.
to pay, FHA. Direct factory branch.
Free Home Estimate.
FOR INFORMATION CALL
Aerolife Window Co.
1290 N. High St. 'AX. 4-4484
RICHLYN
Furniture and Appliances
Featuring Quality Lines of
Furniture, Including:
Karpen, Howard Parlor, Broyhlll
Forest Thomasville. Cavalier
Up to 24 months to pay at Bank
Rate Interest. Open 11 to 9 Dally
Diek Meccia Owner
449 W Broad St. at Sandusky
CA. 8-2500 Columbus, Ohio
CAMP
SAINT
RITA
^JJeaclctuarlerA
BANKING SERVICE
Complete Banking Service
Thu Campbell National Bank
Phone 77, LaRue, Ohio
Member Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp.
The Diamond Store of Marion
MAY'S
DIAMONDS WATCHES
Marion’s Oldest Jewelers
MARION
Lincoln-Mercury Co. Inc
Ph 2-3195 2-3189
“Good Quality Used Cars’"
SHOP AND SAVS
Fine Furniture For The Homo
IT
iMrybady Says ft Ify JL Jrudr (ft
Lennon's
Marion Stock Yard
DAILY CASH MARKET
CatUe Sheep Ilogs Calves
Located at corporation Uno
Route 30 West
Kenton Ave. Dial 2-1401
Marlon, Ohio
North Side
Market
Dial 2-1933
298 N. Prospect St.
Marion, Ohio
Notre Dame Cathedral
Window Broken by Thief
PARIS—(NO—A thief, break
ing into the Cathedral of Notre
Dame, seriously damaged one of
its priceless stained glass win
dows.
The window wras one of those in
the Chapel of the Seven Sorrows.
It was regarded as one of the
best examples of medieval stain
ed glass artistry in the world.
After breaking the window, the
thief stole a few minor items
worth about 100 dollars.
60 Priests Assigned
CLEVELAND Archbishop
Edward F. Hoban announced new
assignments for 60 priests, in
cluding 25 ordained last month,
and appointed pastors for four
parishes. At the same time, he
established a new parish, St. Am
brose, which brings the total par
ishes in the diocese to 224.
CAMP
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JOSEPH
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REV. DIRECTOR CAMPS 246 E. TOWN ST,
COLUMBUS, OHIO
For fine, comfortable footwear
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Unusual, complete fitting service for your feet’s sake
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At reasonable prices
Evans & Schwartz Shoes
Downtown, 479 N. High
Bexley, 2461 E. Main Graceland, 5041 N. High
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Since 1888
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These business firms deserve your patronege. Use this section as a guide when buying.
DRY CLEANERS
HARRAMAN DRY CLEANERS
288 E. Church St.
Marion 2 1627
FURNITURE STORES
GROLL’S WALDO
Authorized Dealers
BERNE
Better-Built Living Room Furni
ture. Open Tues., Thurs. and Sat.
Evenings till 9.
LANDSCAPING
Scout TREE Service
CODY HARTMAN, Owner
30 years' experience Free estimates.
641 Oak fit Dial 2-7472. evenings
MOVING—STORAGE—PACKING
WRIGHT
Transfer & Storage Co.
AGENT
ALLIED VAN LINES
126 Oak St. Dial 2-2537
IT PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES CLASSIFIEDS
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Shoe Repair Shop
Red Wing Shoes for
Red Wing Shoes for
Boys and Men
120 W. Church St. Ph. 2-24211
RITZ BAR & GRILL
in Marion
You can get the bea. Italian Spa
ghetti, Ravioli, Italian Pizsa, Good
Steaks and Chicken and HOME
MADE PASTRIES.
Premium Seers end Fency Drinks
Sieg’s
Drug Store
10 N. Franklin
Richwood—3271
RELIGIOUS ARTICLES
A
Religious Gift is Truly
Appreciated.
Benson Elchert Religious Shop
328 Silver St., Marion, Ohio
TELEVISION REPAIR
T.V. Antenna Service
Installations Repairs
BOB PAULUS
437 Oak St. Phone 2-4691
TILE
Tile Work of All Kinds
Call or Write for Free Estimate
H. K. AND R.M. STONER
FINDLAY MANTEL
and TILE CO.
116 W. Front St.
Findlay, O. Phono 4470
Masonry Maintenance
Sandblasting Tuck Pointing
Stack and Steeple Repairing
Waterproofing
FREE ESTIMATES
Fully Insured References
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Phone Marlon 3-1805
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MALO BROS.
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Silver and Bartram Aves. u
MARION, OHIO
THRIFT MARKET
129 S. Main St.
Marion, O. Ph. 2-1725
Marlon s Oldest Established
Proioduce Center
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30 Nations Honor Negro Saint
Mass commemorating the 150th anniversary of the
canonization of St. Benedict the Moor, first Negro declar
ed a saint by full canonical process, has been offered at
the Franciscan Monastery, Washington, D.C. Top photo
shows Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle, of Washington,
during ceremonies, with statue of St. Benedict at left.
Bottom photo shows the Archbishop, at left Edward A.
McCabe, personal representative of President Eisenhow
er, at center and Senator James E. Murray of Montana,
at right. Six Ambassadors and 25 other members of the
diplomatic corps attended, including a representative of
the new republic of Ghana, West Africa. (NC Photos)
Men Fined For Anti-Church
Literature Distribution
DENVER, (NC) Two men involved in a religious
“smear” campaign prior to last fall’s elections were fined
$500 each in federal court here.
Judge William Lee Knous also placed Clarence M.
Stafford and E. Page Wingate on,
one year’s probation and suspend
ed a prison sentence of four
months.
In handing down the sentences
Judge Knous told the two de
fendants, “I think the public
feels very strongly that this pro
cedure was unAmerican and un
ethical.”
Denver
veteran
pleaded
printing
Stafford, a former
City Councilman and
Republican politician,
guilty to charges of
bigoted circulars which were
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543 S. Prospect St.Dial 2-0596
distributed through the U. S.
mails.
Wingate pleaded guilty to
charges that he had ordered the
unsigned circulars from Mr. Staf
ford for distribution in the mails.
The crudely-printed circulars
identified Catholics who were
seeking major state offices and
endorsed their opponents as
men "who will support separa
tion of Church and State, and
will not accept orders or di
rectives from any totalitarian
authority."
Only one of the Catholic can
didates named in the circular
was defeated in the November
elections. Colorado’s new gover
nor, Stephen L. R. McNichols,
was thfe first Catholic to be elect
ed to that position.
Other Catholics who won of
fices were Albert Frantz and Ed
ward Day, who were elected to
the Colorado Supreme Court.
Stafford was arrested by the
FBI three days after the circular
was mailed. Wingate was brought
to court only last month. Both
men were Denver residents.
Women from 20 Nations
(To Be NCCW Guests
WASHINGTON (NC)—Wom
en from 20 American nations
will assist at Mass and be guests
of the National Council of Catho
lic Women at a breakfast June
16 in honor of the 12th Annual
Assembly of the Inter-American
Commiss
this mon.
of Women, meeting
.'re.
IT PAYS TO USE THE
TIMES CLASSIFIEDS
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Interchange Lack,
Tragic Element
In Race Relations
By Jim Shea
CINCINNATI, Lack of communication between
Negroes and whites is “the most tragic element” in the
whole problem of race relations, a Jesuit authority on the
subject said here.
Father John LaFarge, S.J., a founder of the Catholic
Interracial Council of New York
and author of “The Catholic
Viewpoint on Race Relations,”
said in an interview here:
"One of the council's basic
principles is that nothing good
can be accomplished in this
field unless both races work to
gether."
Sitting around a table and say
ing “we love you” does not solve
the problem, he explained, “but
becoming involved in a common
task does help to transcend dif
ferences.” ............
As an example of effective
communication, Father LaFarge
cited the community council pro
gram developed by the Catholic
Interracial Council and officially
adopted by the New York City
School Board.
These community councils, he
explained, enlist leaders from
neighborhood clergymen, school
officials, social workers, police,
union leaders, and business men,
mobilizing the civic resources of
the neighborhood to meet local
problems.
Meanwhile, violent resistance
to the change "makes the death
agony worse," he emphasized,
"and has created in very many
Negroes a great deal of stored
up resentment and a mood of
despair."
The “big problem,” according
to the Jesuit scholar, and the one
to which the interracial council
is giving much of its attention, is
that of housing.
Father LaFarge traced the us
ual steps of this problem: a Negro
family, educated and refined, de
sires to move out of the Negro
ghetto into a decent neighbor
hood white residents of the neigh
borhood are panicked into sell
ing, and unscrupulous real estate
agents exploit the panic.
“We feel that this is the most
crucial problem of all,” the priest
asserted.
Another major problem is
world opinion, he continued.
"Repercussions of whet hap
pens in the U.S. are felt
throughout the world, and they
are extremely important."
To contribute a balanced view
of U.S. race relations to other
nations, the interracial council
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has launched an “Asia-Africa Pro
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explained, supplies news stories
and photographs of events mark
ing progress in the field of race
relations to about 90 “key cen
ters” on the two continents, in
cluding local news services and
mission headquarters.
In the secular press in the U.S.
Father LaFarge finds “a lot of
good will” concerning the race
question, but “not too much in
terest.”
Many newspapers, he believes,
have been influenced by the falla
cious slogan about a “middle
course between extremists.”
“Extremists on one side of the
question are violent racists,” he
remarked, “but who are the ex
tremists on the other side? There
is a remarkable lack of extrem
ism among the Negroes in this
country.”
Even the National Associa
tion for the Advancement of
Colored People, which hat led
the fight against segregation, he
said, "advocates legal means."
Despite all the difficulties in
volved in promoting justice and
charity in race relations, Father
LeFarge remains optimistic. “I’m
absolutely certain of victory,”
he remarked. “It’s a winning
cause.”
Nevertheless, there are serious
delays which will cause much
harm, he believes. “Neglect of
simple remedies now,” he warn
ed, “means that we are piling up
for ourselves immense tasks that
will take years to work out later.”
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421 Putnam Avenue 810 Forest Avenue
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LIDO WINE STORE
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55 N. Sth ST. PH. GL. 3-8136
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Ann's Beauty Lounge, Inc.
ANITA H. FLOOD
(Main Floor)
47 N. 4th St. Phono 2-6152
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THE CAMERA SHOP
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620 Market St. Phone 2-7302
Williams
Bakery
626 Market St. Dial 2-1076
Bohn & Kern
Mfg. and Supply Co.
Plumbing A Heating Supplies
60 S. Third St._____________Zanesville
Radio Service Appliances Repaired
ELECTRIC SUPPLY CO.
GEORGE F. SMITH
111 Gallagher St., Zanesville Ph. 8-7336
Electric Wiring Maintenance
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Zanesville
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MEREDITH COLLEGE
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Business Announcements i-30
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WRIGHT VESS COLA BOTTLING CO.
1840 W. Main PH. 8-2112
SlMnert and Dyers
DUSENBERRY
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517 Underwood Phone 3-8582
Drug Stores
SHIRLEY’S PHARMACY TERRACE
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1808 Dresden Road Phone 2-5471
INSURANCE
HOCKING INSURANCE AOENCY INC.
Fire Auto Trucks
Phone GL. 2-7793
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CAR DEPT. BE. 1-4200
WIRTHMAN BROS., INC
NEW AND USED AUTO PARTS
Salvaging Junk and Wrecked Automobiles and Trucks
3515 E. Main St., Rt. 40 East, Columbus 9, Ohio
Money To Loan
AID BUDGET LOAN
Automobile, Household Goods Loans
412 Market St “Bill” Hart. Dial 2-7516
Painting
Hanifan Decorators, Inc.
Domestic and Industrial
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St. Zanesville
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________ __________
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Adams Bros. Inc.
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Ready Mixed Concrete
Buidling Supplies
1501 Woodlawn Ave., Zanesville, O.
Phone 2-7548
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Phone 992 W-2
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TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE
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ROYAL Typewriters OLIVITT
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414 Market St. Phone «L. 3-2485
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