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Catholic Telegraph Register (Newspaper) - May 25, 1945, Cincinnati, OhioThe Catholic telex Ash Register Gram fori employment Security is of called a necessary a after this War 6irls a women learn Beauty culture Hilton Academy Sixth In Timm of need these funeral directors in Catholic funeral offer. Conscientious and dependable service Power or ability of our total outlays effect full employment. A comparison of this Type Between the expected level of spending and the total amount necessary for full employment would set the nation s economic problems before Congress and the american people. Upon this factual evidence Congress would pattern its legislative and monetary policies. If expected expenditures Promise be too great anti inflationary measures can be applied. If on the other hand expected expenditures will apparently be too Low necessary applications can be made avoid wide spread unemployment and deflation. Bill Grants new Powers in this proposed Bill demand is made upon Congress act upon this or that particular Type of legislation. Congress is left As free As Ever. For the authority that is Given the president permits him Only make recommendations that shall pro fiote National Security through full employment. The Bill itself indicates what the nature of these recommendations May be when it suggests such measures As taxation banking and currency monopoly foreign Trade agriculture social Security development of National resources and Public works. These however Are Only suggested measures. The framers of this Bill were As careful in avoiding a further expansion of the functions of Federal government As they were in making provisions that Blank checks be Given the administration that might be in control. The full employment Bill then is ultimately based upon the conviction that labor and management can democratically work together in peace As they have in War. By their Point efforts it is logically expected that they can produce a far greater degree of Security than existed in the past. No governmental Agency however can attain this goal unless it is supported by the United strength of All the functional groups of society. For that reason this Bill provides for an advisory Council made up of business labor agriculture and the Public. In this Way local and state Legislatures can Best work with Congress in the achievement of National Security. This approach the problem of insecurity through full employment under a system in which Enterprise is really free and in which Small business will be helped and encouraged seems be most reasonable. It is reasonable for it is a measure that would harness flip natural resources of our country work As nature intended them a not for a privileged few but for the Good of All. If the working class however wants this program and wants it operate it must unite for it plan for it work for it. The workers must use their democratic strength push it through Congress for it must be admitted there Are those who will not permit Hobbes a economic Man die an easy death. Only the peace of Security should be the measure of the working class in planning for a secure a Fajr Rinyu pm co. Greater Cincinnati beards Emma. May ii. Requiem High mass in holy family Church May 16. Radel. By amp nor yer a. Edmund. May 11. Requiem High Man la holy name Church May is. Boimann Harry. May is. Requiem High Masa in St. Augu Atinay a Church May it. Rebold. Brincku a. Hmay it. Slmaa re. Quiem mat la St. William Church May is. W Burns Charles h., May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Petar in chains Church May is. Gilligan. Coughlin Charlee. May is. Re Quiem High Mase in St. Xavier a Church May 16. Fuldner. Cady John a. May 17. Requiem High mass in St. Francis a Salas Church May if. Deimling Anthony a. May it. Requiem Gre Maas in St. Str oms a Church May if. Dwyer Halan May 8. Requiem High mass in St. John s Church May 7. Egan Dominick a. May 16. Requiem High mass in 8t. Lawrence a Church May is. Enest Joseph of. Sr., May if. A requiem High mass in St. Clements Church May 18. Fahey Sarah May if. Requiem High mess in St. Marks Church May 16. Corken. Fierro Anthony. May 17. Requiem High Maas in our lady of it. Carmel Church May 21. Corken. Finans Beatrice. May is. Requiem High Masa in St. Williams Church May 1�. Foy Mary. May 12. A utom High Maas in the Cathedral of St. Monica May 16. Busse it Borgmann. Frick . May if. Requiem High mass in St. Xavier a Church May 18. Friedrich William j., May 14. Requiem High Mase in St. Georges Church i May. 17. Fredrick. Gadzinski Anna May if. Requiem High mass in St. Martin a Church May 18. Vitt-4 Stermer. Hakmann Julian of a a May it. Requiem High macs in St. Xavier a Church May 16. Nurre. Hartlage Anthony of. May 17. Requiem High Maas in St. William s Church May 21. Harry Meyer. Hausner Caroline May 18. Requiem High mass in St. Lawrence a Church May 21. B. J. Meyer. Hayes John w., or. May 10. Requiem High mass in St. Lawrence a Church May 14. Henderson Mae of. May 18. Requiem High Maas in our Mother of sorrows Church May it. Nurre. Horny Mary May 18. 8olemn requiem mass in St. Clement s Church May 17. Kaemmer Julia Alice. May in. Requiem High Mesa in St. George s Church May 16. Kate Many Rose Marie. May 14. Requiem High Mast in St. Lawric see a Church May 17. Keating Catherine May 16. Requiem High Maea in St. Francis de sales Church May 18. Gilligan. Keenan John May it. Requiem High Masa in St. Georgs a Church May 22. Frederick. Klein Agnea May 12. Solemn requiem mass in St. Claras Hureh May if. Kraut Benedict a. May if. Requiem High mate in St. Mqry a Church May 18. Gilligan. I k is Alma. May 18. Requiem High Maas in St. Paul a Church May 17. Corken. Linz Catherine May 11. Requiem High mass in guardian Angels Church May 14. My Gill Jamasb. May 11. Requiem High Maas in St. William s Church May 16. Harry Meyer. My Hugh Robert p., May if. 9-Quiem High mass in the Church of the nativity May 19. Vorhis. Martin pvt. Joaeph. A., jr., killed in action april 14 in Cebu. Philippine islands. Requiem High mass in St. Matthews Church May if. Meade Waldo a., May 14. Requiem High mass in St. Peter in chains Church May 17. Busse Borgmann. Yira w., May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Pius Hureh May 18. Mullaneyy pee. Woodrow t., killed in action in Germany april 12. Requiem High Mast in St. Paul a Hureh May is. Mulvaneyy Jana a. May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Mary a Hureh my 16. Busse it Joseph of. My 12. Requiem High mess in St. Teresa a Hureh May if. B. J. Meyer. _ Nash James n., May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Agnees Hureh May 17. Busse k Borgmann. Piepmeier Phi Omen Muntel May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Aloysius Church. Bridgetown. May if. Poitinger John May 14. Requiem High mass in the Church of the immaculate Conception May 17. Gilligan. Puening Henry g., May 12. Re Stiem High mass in St. Paul a Hureh a is. Nurre. Ratermann Barnard a a a May 14. Requiem High Mae in St. Matthew a Church May 17. Ringenbach Gustave. May is. Requiem High mass in sacred heart Church Mev 16. Schwartz Carrie May 12. Requiem High mess in St. Georges Church May 18. Gilligan. Si8ter Mary of St. Julia Aull. May 12. Requiem High mass in the Convent Chapel. It. St. Mary a training school. Map 14. Sister Concordia Ann Mcclos key. May 17. Requiem High mass in the Chapel of the Immaculato Conception it. St. Joseph. May is. Stengert Christine. May 11. Requiem High mass in St. Mary a Hureh mar 14. Tibbles Pic. Robert a., in Germany nov. 12, 1944. Requiem High mate in St. Francis de sales Church May 14. Volzo of. Joseph. May 17. Requiem High mass in St. Williams Church Voss Marie Bot Mann. May 12.solemn requiem Maes in St. Mary a Church. Hyde Park. May if. Waldmann Louisa May 18. Requiem High mass in St. Lawrence s Churchman 19. Wermuth Emma Wens. May 12. Requiem High mess in its. Peter and pay los Church Norwood May if. Vorhis. Wolfrum Christina. May 16. Solemn requiem Maas in St. Georges Hureh May 21. Frederick. Zimmerman Annar. May 14. Requiem High mass in 8t. Matthew s Church Norwood. May 17. Dayton Coffield Otilda Mery. May 14. Requiem High mass in holy family Hureh May 17. Douglas William a. May if. Requiem High mass in St. James Hureh May 19. Fischer Viola a. May 18. Requiem High mass in holy family Hureh Fey 16. Westbrook. J Hennessy Barbara. May 10. Requiem High Ash in the Chorosh of the resurrection May 14. Linnemans Ferdinand a. May 14. Requiem High Misc in our lady of the Rosary Church May 18. Lukas Witzl William May 11. Requiem High Maee in Emit Manuel Hureh my 14. We8tbrock. Morris Paul i. May 17. Requiem High mass in immaculate Conception Church May 21. Westbrock. Munger Joseph by a May ii. 9m-Quiem High macs in sacred heart Church May 18. Staupt a William a. Dec. 14, 1944. Requiem High mass in the Church of the resurrection May 18. Thomas George. May 18. Requiem High mass in holy name Hureh May if. Treibert David May is. Mass of the Angels in St. A Thomys a Church May 17. Hamilton Johnson Ellanora Antoinette. May 17. Requiem High mass in St. Peters Church May 21. Reiters Raymond Henry. May 12. Requiem High Mase in St. Josephus Church May if. I Schalko Louis f., May if. Requiem High mama in St. Stephens Hureh May 18. Winkeljohann Harry Theodore fireman second Dess. U. 8. Navy. Mar in. Requiem High mass in St. Veronica a Church May 18. Madeira s Flag Heck Pic. Donald a. Killed in action april 17 on Luzon. Requiem High Maas in St. Gertruda a Hureh xul7. Nacre Bros. A sobs funeral Home 154 Elm stitch. 4930 3437 Montgomery re. To. 8214 345 Mcmillan a. 0043 Donaa funeral Home continuing with Henry Oswald a co. Manorial craftsmen Troea . 4st1 rss Monee a. 148s the Purchase of our Home financing plan is very 4ttr b. J. Meyer funeral bomb our Only location Quot Bash 0117 3726 Warsaw Avenue Are you Telegraph Register and cons John Gilligan a son established 1s77 funeral Homes Woodburn at Lincoln 3471 Warsaw Avo. 22 Ninth Street Vitt amp Stermer inc. Funeral Homes 1824 Westwood avel phone Bash 0784-Oti 6426 Harrison ave. Phone Montana 081 4088 Riverside drive girls women Opportunity secure permanent work in a essential Industry making food Container same sub experience necessary easy rut important work Continental can j co. I Uhland Are. H trusses that hold L. Jurgens. 1624 Vina a. 1088 wanted Middle aged lady for housekeeper. Care of two children. Good wages. Parkway 9289. Janitor wanted for Catholic Church in Eastern part of Cincinnati. Easy and clean work. Good wages. Apply at Avon 1181 or write Cere of Telegraph Register. Priests housekeeper for downtown Parish needed urgently. Good rooms and easy work. Write % Telegraph Register. Building services a a a mum. M plumbing for prompt and expert service an plumbing Copper and Sheet Metal work Call Wabash 4166. k co. Harry Meyer it sons funeral Homes 4989 Ginn Way 823 Choteau a. 4144 a. 0228 their final tribute. A Rad Al service Tbs John Radel homely and 18-55 ought clean work bottling whiskey Day a 48 hour week # excellent is fete onday thru Friday a Good Trana Mortati til working conditions a retirement plan Are now resuming full production apply it ones a immediate interview take car . 74 or 78 of Valley Boa Plant Smul distillers products 00 Anthony Wayne ave. Valley 4 convenient funeral Home Henry Radel free. 662 state. Wabash 6366-0866 4122 Glenway. Wabash 4612 822 York. Newport. South 0646 1066 Madison Covington. Hemlock 4166 a monuments a mausoleums a markers f recited in any cemetery e. Nelson High it son 1015 suck unlit bldg., Cincinnati vacation Opportunity for Catholic it spend vacation with Citko country Homo 1 mile movies private Lake for u swimming. References ext Kad 6289. A shirt Irones j a press operators a finishers a folders a girls learn Model laundry co. 114 k pm Tel pm War. A Good postwar fit pleasant work ii tons a 5-Dav week insurance Book or educate in Salesman r our hospitalization health and accides a plenty of leed. A full co operation a Chance for rapid advancement a car necessary Contact leads a work anywhere in Ohio 4r full Protection on territory company la one of the oldest and larges America for full details on operation and pay see a Tate manager a room 1411 first National Bank bldg. Ecclesiastical furnishes publishers religion article prayer Book miscellaneous reeding books in verge vat piety reasonable prices solicit your patronage Frederick Justet co., inc. 486 main St. Cincinnati. O. U. S. lithograph Robertson amp Beech s Var should not keep boys from entering Seminary b convenient scientific method of Home financing based on a careful study of present Day conditions. It makes Home owning easier. To Buckeye teas a building co. Main at Isth a Parkway 5298 continued from Page on kept. But Catholic youth can take up their studies for the holy Priesthood knowing that they Are making a liable and great hearted contribution their country s welfare. Conscientious soldiers and sailors Hope that in serving their country they Are also serving the cause of god and Mankind. Please god that is True. He who becomes a priest serves god and also most surely gives the greatest assistance his country and souls. The material destruction of the War has been great but it is feared that the evil influences in men s lives will also be very great. In the future there will be work do in rebuilding the ideals of Many men at Home and abroad. Even now that need is present. Missionaries must be replaced As they have already begun be replaced in new Guinea. Thousands will be needed. And where shall they come from from the ranks of Catholic american youth of 1945 and the finest of these Are in the archdiocese of Cincinnati. They Are needed As never before. Please god they will hear and Harden not their hearts. How enter a Seminary a Seminary is a place where Young men prepare for their place in Priesthood of Jesus Christ. The archdiocese maintains two such schools. The one is St. Gregory a in my Washington Cincinnati and has boys and Young men of High school and College Ages. The other the major Seminary of it. St. Mary in Norwood is where the final four years of priestly preparation is made. When a seminarian finishes his course of prayer and study is Given an invitation by the archbishop Advance holy orders. Thus by sacred ordination becomes a priest of god forever. It is very easy see that Only seminarians Are ordained priests. And so one who wishes become a priest must first become a seminarian. He must Complete the studies required of a seminarian and As Many of the 12 years of preparation As possible should be spent ill the sepi Inary. Priests must be Well educated men. But who becomes a seminarian usually the Best lads of a Parish Are the ones who Are favored with that Grace of god which attracts them the work of the Priesthood and the Seminary. But sometimes boy who never suspected of an interest come the pastor and Tell him of their desire be a priest you cannot always Tell but our Best boys should certainly think North Bend la Belles Eyvonna. May 11. Yaqui Al High Man in St. Josephus Hureh May 14. Springfield what Many Charles May 14. Jul Quiem High mass in 8t. Raphael s Hureh May 17. Urbana Keller Ella. May 12. Requiem High mass in St. Mary a Hureh May 16. Withamsville Jones Anna v. Guckeen May 1. Male or Fema Hoffman pressing machine operators in alteration department. Full or part time. Apply employment office a 10th floor men St. Joseph cemetery 1854 -1945 Roll mans various kinds of factory work. Exp i foot necessary but willingness 0 very important. A Good working conditions a cafeteria in building a group insurance and i Hospital care 8th and Nebraska \ p.4 terminus of Elberon car line for the graduate that Are sure please for essential Industry take Madison Ville car or Cummi Nivik Oakley bus Erie and Marburgh a k mock on marburg Waal on Alk it Block on waa Aon Plant. Memorial Day Field mass wednesday May 30th, 1945,11 a for our heroic War dead and All interred. Here All Are invited. It. Rev. M0ns. Edw. J. Quinn diocesan director of cemeteries will preach or mate Norwood. Taka cars . 4 or a a cant secure uses referral card. Laundry worker a framer Caldera general help Day and night shifts Gead working coast visas Hospital care Gead wages essential War work caveat eat Street car and bus use Standard Overall dry cleaning co. 44 main ave. Norwood exam elite musical powder boxes Chelate of pish or Mae diem with Dainty decorative a St i Light Factor essential in it 3736 Regent wit aeronautical corporation a teds Mon 10 8�?o m Cyclone engines a _ for 8w fresh vegetables 1\ a col a from your own Gar Den do taste better. And next Winter you la be Ever happier if you can open a Jar of your own Home raised Home canned vegetables whenever you want. We can help you with your gardening perhaps. But can be useful when you Start can. We have a great fund of information about Canning and Well be glad pass it along you. Just write the Home service division for the answers any Canning questions. V tinkling music boxes 3l3�sin-3s a Tore Raags. As y get a Job with postwar Security in then it tie Industry while doing High priority in Formica Hsu Lanioh Clifton it Spring Grove ave salesperson experienced with ambition become assistant. Apply 1 employment office a Olliav Ideal Condil Sod Plant employment office sunday 8 80 a. M. To 4 M. A it i Rood . Hallmark greeting cards for the graduate when lit doubt gift a Willis Gin c in Gorp Rati punt it corporation s apply the Cincinnati Cas i electric co

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