The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on October 11, 1936 · Page 23
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Cincinnati, Ohio
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Sunday, October 11, 1936
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THE ENQUIRER, CINCINNATI, SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1936 KTWI SECTION 23 THOUSANDS To March Today In Annual Parade Of Holy Name Society. Members To Take Pledge , Against Vile Language : Blessing On Program. StreeU of Cincinnati will echo the sounds of marching feet this afternoon as thousands of men, members of more than 100 units of the Holy Name Society, parade to Crosley Field to renew their Holy fiame pledge against unclean speech and receive the blessing of their God at the altar, to be erected in the center of the field for the twenty-sixth annual Holy Name Society tally. Joseph Berning is General Chairman. ', Archbishop John T. McNichols will occupy a place of honor in the Reviewing stands and will make the address and pronounce benediction. Mons. Edwatd J. Quinn, Spiritual ARRANGE ANNUAL PARADE Q The three men shown above have completed arrangements for the twenty-sixth annual rally and parade of the Holy Name Society to be held today. J. B. Kollmann is President of the Cincinnati Postal Employees Holy Name unit, Joseph Berning is General Chairman of the rally, and John J. Fin-neran, President of the Firemen's Holy Name unit. RALPH ZIMMERMAN I'KKNKNTS FRANK PRYOR MYERS Writer and Lecturer, on the Technique of Modern. Progressive Salesmanship IN A H(KK I.KtntltK, "Vltallitng lour Mile Power and KeroKnlzing Your Personality AKet. " P. M., October 12th and 13th, Gold and Ivory Room. Gibson Hotel. Director, will recite the Holy Name pledge. These proceedings are to be broadcast over WCPO at 3 o'clock. The formation of the head of the procession will be as follows: Police Chief Eugene T. Weatherly with police escort; Police Drum Corps; Band; Peter Cassidy, grand marshal, and J. J. Behle, Frank A. Rammacher, and G. A. Landgraf, assistant marshals; Archbishop Mc-Nicholas and Most Rev. Joseph H. Albert? Auxiliary Bishop; Rt. Rev. John F. Hickey, Archdiocesan Spiritual Director; Seminarians. Mons. Quinn, Spiritual Director of the Cincinnati Deanery; John M. Malloy, President, and Executive Board of the Cincinnati Deanery; i Cincinnati Firemen's Holy Name unit and band; Cincinnati Police Holy Name unit; Cincinnati Postal Employees Holy Name unit. John J. Finneran is President of the Firemen's unit. J. B. Kollmann is President of the Postal Employees unit. The line of march will be south on Race Street from Elder Street to Central Parkway, to Lincoln PaiK ui lvertrr Freeman-Avenue, to Kenner Street, to Dalton Avenue, then to the field. Because of the low COLUMBUS DAY IS eOflT DM CJ ERE! ceiling of the west gate of the ball field, all bands, drum corps, and flags will enter through the east gate. All marchers will line up eight abreast. These formations of eight will separate into formations of four to enter the field. They will rejoin inside the field. The 10 divisions will form at the starting points as follows: First division will form on Race Street, behind the head of the procession. Second division, east on Elder Street; third division, west on Elder Street, fourth division, east on Green Street; fifth division, west on Green Street; sixth division, east on Liberty Street: seventh division, west on Liberty Street; eighth division, east on Fifteenth Street; ninth division, west on Fifteenth Street; tenth division cast on Fourteenth Street. SII.KNCE TO HK OBSKKVKI). After the tenth division has entered the field, the Blessed Sacrament will be carried in solemn pro cession from the main entrance to the altar, escorted by the Grand Marshal, Executive Board, anil seminary choristetrs. As soon as the Blessed Sacrament enters the grounds strict silence is to be observed by those taking part in the procession as well as by those occupying the grand stand. Groups taking part in the parade are listed below In the order in which they will match: First Division - Division M trshal. Charles Younii; two hands and drum rorps, St. Clement; HI. Aloyslus. K.lmwond Place: SI. Charles Borromeo; drum corps. SI. John, Dry RldKC; Assumption, Ml. Heallhv. nand. St. James, Wyoming; SI. Xavier. hand, St. Bellarmlue Chapel; St. cahrlel Clendalr Second Division - Division Mmhal. Carl Benkexer; hand, Sacred Heart. Camp Washington; Rt, Bernard. Winton Place; 81. Martin. Cheviot, hand; St. Bernaid, Tav-lor'a Creek: St. John. Harrison; hand, St. Ronaventure: St. Aloyslus, Bridgetown- St. Joseph or Nazareth. Third Division- Division Marshal, Henrv C5. Wolf; band. St. Catherine; SI. Clare. College Hill; St. James. White Oak; St. Margaret Mary; I.lttle Flower. Mt. Alrv: Holy Name; St. Ann, band; Holy Trinity; St. Anthony, Budd street. Fourth Division Division Marshal. Carl H. Alberta; band. St. Andrew, Avondale; SI. Agues. Bond Hill: 88. Peter and Paul. Reading, band; St. Monica, baud: Sacred Heart of Mary. Reading, hand; St. Machael. Sharonville; St. John. Deer Park, drum corps; St. Klitabeth. Norwood: SR. Peter and Paul. North Norwood; Adult Deaf Welfare center; St. Leo. Fifth Dlvlalnn Dlvialon Marshal. F. Wll-llam Hoffmann; Bt. George, band: Assumption, Cincinnati; St. Francis Seraph, hand; Bt. Anthony of Padua; St. Machael, band: Bt, Vincent de Paul ; Bt. Aloyaius, Delhi: Bt. Dominic: St. Paul, band; Annunciation, Clifton: our Lady o( Perpetual Help, band: Blessed Sacrament. Sixth Division Division Marshal, Edward Lampe; Rt. Joseph, band; St. Mary, -Thirteenth Street; St. Thomas Aquinas; St. Joseph, North Bend; Our Lord Christ the King: St. Cecilia, band; Church of the Nativity; Bt. Jerome: Guardian Angel: St. Gertrude. Madeira; Our Lady of Lourdes. Seventh Division Division Marshal, Loula R. Mack; Holy Family, band; Our Lady of victory: su Teresa, hand; Churrn of the Resurrection, drum corps; Our Lady of Grace: St. Lawrence, drum corps; St. William, drum corps. Eight Division Division, Marshal. Fred Bishop: 8t. Mark, hand: St. Louis: Bt. Mary, Hyde Park; St. Edward, drum corps; Bt. Anthony, Madlaonvllle; St, Margaret. Madisnnvtlle; Bt. Augustine, hand; St. Philomena: All Saints: Our Lady of Lo-reltn: St. Rose; St. Stephen. Ninth Division Division Marshal, Nicholas Contadlno: sacred Heart, Italian, band; Our Lady of Ml. Carmel; Rt. Peter, New Richmond; St. Andrew, Mllford; Rt. Matthew, hand: Rt. Louis. Owensvllle: 81. Philomena, Stone Lick; Bt. Patrick. Fav-ettevlle; Holy Trinity, Batavla; Hi. Martin, Brown County; fll. Mary. Hillsboro; Rt. ColumhklU. Wilmington; Rt. Anihony of Padova; Imraacuiau, drum corps; Holy Cross. Tenth Ptvislon Division Marshal, Clar. ence Denning: Bt. John the Baptist, band: Bt. Francis de 8ales, band; Holy Angels; Bt. Henry, drum corps; Bt. Plus; Bt. Boniface, band; St. Patrick. 3 Thrilling Values! 87 Higher Priced Quality FUR COATS Swagger and Princess styles In Sealine, Leopard Lapin, Caracul, American Broadtail, Pieced Krim-mer Mendoza Beaver, Laskin Lamb and brown and black Lapin. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44. Use any of our convenient Lay-Away Plans. Processed American Lamb. Dyed Coney. IJniitnnl Values in Fur-Trimmed DRESS COATS '$! Fine nubby weave materials In stunning designed modelB for dress. Trimmed with large luxurious fur collars. Sizes 12 to 20, 38 to 44, 46 to 52 and half and quarter sizes. Higher-Priced 100 All-Wool SPORT COATS $(Q)M Smartly designed half belted and swagger coats In plaid and fine diagonal weaves. Reg. S10.95 to $14.95. Sizes 12 to 20 and plenty of large sizes, 38 to 52. Also 16 fur-trimmed sport coats, including $24.75 values for $15.88. Smith-Kasson' s Basement STREET CARS REROUTED. Changes Are To Be In Effect During! Holy Name Parade. During the parade of the Holy Name Society this afternoon, street cars will be rerouted as follows: Clark Street, Route IS Inbound from Western Avenue and Liberty Street, Liberty Street to Linn Street to Clark Street. Falrmount, Route IS Inbound from Western Avenue and Liberty Street, Liberty Street to Linn Street, to Clark Street, back up at Clark and Linn Streets, and continue on Linn Street over regular route. 8ixth Street, Route 20 Inbound from Western Avenue and Liberty Street, Liberty Street to Linn Street, to Clark Street, back up at Clark 8treet to Baymlller Street, and continue over regular route. Clark Street, outbound Over regular route to Clark Street and Baymlller Street, Baymlller Street to Liberty Street, to Western Avenue, Falrmount, outbound from Eighth and Baymlller Streets Baymlller Street to Liberty Street, to Western Avenue. Sixth Street car, outbound, will travel regular route. Street care will he permitted to operate between parade divisions through the following IntereaecUona: Central Parkway and Elm Street, Central Parkway and Twelfth Street, Central Avenue and Terminal Parkway, John Street and Terminal Parkway. Linn Rlreet and Terminal Parkway. Baymlller Street and Terminal Parkway, and Twelfth and Race Streets. USE OUR CONVENIENT COAT LAY-AWAY PLAN POPE TO APPOINT 70, NOT ALL CATHOLICS, TO SCIENCE ACADEMY Vatican City, October 10 (AP Pope Pius, it was stated semiofficially today, has decided to form an International Academy of Science. It will be known as the Pontifical Academy of Science, and the decree for Its forming will be Issued early In November. The academy will be composed of eminent scientists in biology, mathematics, chemistry, medicine, ete. They need not be Catholics, provided they are not anti-religious. Pope Pius will select the first 70 members. Their successors will be chosen by themselves. It was considered certain several American scientists would be included. Eugenlo Cardinal Pacelli, the Papal Secretary of State, is expected to have several suggestions when he returns from the United States. MAYOR, CONSUL TO ATTEND. Dinner To Be Given By Italian Societies Tomorrow. Mayor Russell Wilson and Leo Pera, Italian Consul, are to be the speakers at a dinner to be held by the United Italian Societies of Greater Cincinnati tomorrow night at the Hotel Alms in celebration of Columbus Day, Harry P. D'Angelo, secretary, announced yesterday. Charles B. Ginocchlo, President of the Societies, will be toastmaster. Italian students recently graduated from Cincinnati colleges will be guests. Raymond J. Parillo, grand trustee, and A. J. Blanchi, grand orator of the Order of Sons of Italy, also are expected to be present. Members of the auxiliary under the direction of Mrs. J. B. Casello, Evelyn Ciarnlello, Jeannette Aless-andro, Rose La sit a, Mrs. Leo Pera, and Lena Vuotto have assisted in making arrangements for the dinner, SMITDH 14 ASSON 6 i 3 Aj 71 Spwinl Showing! Choice Group of Classic ip AD mnr CD A IT Outstanding group of casual coals ... in t he i'our important styles of the season . . . SWAGGER . . . WRAP-AROUND BELTED . . . FIT.TKD BEET MODEL . . . AND PRINCESS COAT. Choice of soft Camel's Hair ami fine Fleece coatings in Natural. Forest Green, Terra Cot la, Mist Grey and Black, sizes 12 to 20. Most attractively priced ! Smilh-hnmon Third Floor i ! SMITTDII.KA0N y Yy7 VLyi-1 Annual Sale! S:l.!8 and $5.8 Kidskin IMIPOOiTlEIlD (BLflWIES .50 9 Once a year our foremost glove resource offers these genuine kid, imported gloves at a fraction of their real value! This time the selection is wider than ever! 700 pairs of slipons, fancy cuff styles, 4 to 16 button gloves . . . with over-seams and full P. K. seams. 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Jackie-Jumper Bib-Pants, 4-8 $1.98 Jackie Jumper Jackets, 412 . . $2.98 Jackie Jumper Knickers, 6-12 $2.50 Jackie Jumper Longies, 8-12. $2.50 Jackie Jumper Shorts, 4-10. , $1.98 Jackie Jumper Caps, small, medium and large $1.00 Smith-Katton Second Floor :::K:WW?(w. r i : t t I i r j i :4

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