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Holy Mass Will be Ceebr ted
113' THOMAS P. lr.xlAl.l.nr
Many Men of lllalvern engaged in
tinn truth through every mellium o
From an initial group of six men
tising men, lithographers, composi-
tol-s, writers, artists, production
men and many others ill allicd clmfts
have handed together to help accom-
plish the aims of christianity hy
creating, producing and distribut-
Fadden, dioeesan director of the
catholie lnzormation Service. whose
headquarters are at 1709 Chestnut
Stree . V ‘
Already more than 2.ooo ear-ads
have heen produced and are on dis-
play in trains, trolleys and huses of
processed. and the fields of news-
papers, advertising, radio, television
ete., wil he contacted to stimulate
popular interest in this mass in-
A partial list of the Men of Mul-
vern who are giving of their talents
to this force of Catholic action are:
‘ Bill Nolarlr Jr" and his father, Lin-
coln Photoengraving; Gus Mallory,
Franklin Printing; willisrn Ryan,
Philadelphia Card & Paper; Larry
Harinett, Penn Paper or Stock;
Dare siegiried, Printing ltlaehine
Service; Jack Considine, The Paper:
House or enna; John Raticar,
westeott & Thomson; Jim ltlccahe,
A. Pomerantz; Jack simmons,
chroinart; Joe Morris, George Mc-
Lauglllin, Gray Rogers; 'John
O'Neill, artist; John Lyons, Philco;
charlie Evans, N. w. Ayer; Jim
Murray, Peerless Engraving; Dtt
Reinhardt, ' service;
Joe Kllcullen, Doremus-Eshlemun;
Tom 0‘Mlllley and Jim Tighe.-
New Chapel Nears Completion
' Built in honor of Our Lady and to the G
P - - . soon
the new huilding grnu
the new Chapel .
will be rendy for services. Within I few weeks I e
expects to hless the chapel tor Divine services and later in the year it is planned Io tormally dedicate
the huilding. Above is an interior view or the Chapel taken several weeks ago. it reveals the Altar
and ’l'abernzt-Ie, the Cartoon behind the Altar. some of h ews. I
. (left) is Joe Seeber. who is the
retreafs maintenance-man. At
the statue at Christ the King, while on right, Roy stilnoll, or the carrying charge cluh, reverently
‘ gazes upon the statue of our Lady, Queen of Peace.
.. . THANKS
rancis D. Kelly, c. A. captain
of the Atlantic city Group, has
sent a “thanic you” note to MEN
St. Jl)seph’ll-in-the-Hills this year
will be William Reilly, Pleasant-
ville; Francis X. Kenair, Phil
delphia. and Hon. Richard S. Mis-
newspaper, is the 3.3 Group.
Robert J, May, of Palmyra, re-
ports that he has found the paper
a great aid in recruiting.
J. H. Doly Started
J. Henry Dsly, c. A. captain and
organizer of the Bell Telephone
Group, died suddenly on June 30, in
his l1ome,G335 Ogontz Avenue.
captain Daly, who retirecl from
the telephone wmpally in 1947 after
47 years serv-
captain Daly was responsible-for,
he ' ' e telephone,
Barrister NlichaelC.: lGoglia
Has Long Served Malvern
Persisteney, so the old provIl'l7 has it, is a jewel, and when it is pur. ‘
sued for its essential goodness it must be pleasing to Go .
Persistency in the practice of devotion to the Almighty and Omnipotent
creator of the world is one or the marks or true Men of Malvern and
seldom has it heen found in greater degree than in Mike coglia, a catholic
gentleman learned in the law, who from tho Lengu
Micllael c. Goglia, a mernher or the
Frederick J. Bohrer Group, and a
past c. A. Captain, made his lirst
retreat in 1915 at st. Charles’ semi-
nary. in l922 he came to ltlalvern.
He has heen a consistent retreutant
since, and he plans to he hack again
beilinning has been an
at St. Joseph -the-Hills as long as
our Blessed Lord permits.
Mike is a native Philadelphiun, ar-
riving in this “Vale of Tears’‘ on
April 23, 1890. A widower, and the
tether or eight children, he lives at
was Sherwood ltd, overhrook.
Admitted to the Bar in 1912, he
was appointed Assistantrcity So-
licitor in 1916 by John P. connelly,
serving successively in that once
under David J. smyth and later,
Joseph P. Gnffvley. in 1928 he was
nnmed Assistant Director of Public
Health. Later he served the state
as a special deputy attorney general.
director of the Prisoner's Family
Alwny: Active in the city's civic,
delphia country Club, order 0! the
sons of Italy, cireolo ltalisno, Amer-
inn Legion, and similar groups.
group, which marked the heginning
or segregated groups recruited from
the large industrial organizations.
surviving are ‘
M.; two daughters, Mrs. John M.
Gallagher and Miss caroline lll.; and
two sons, Paul F. and John H., .lr.,
an Associate captain in the group,
ass was cele-
hrated in st. ldenedietu church, with
interment in Holy cross cemetery.
Chief Kuvanaugh Honored
Associate captain Andrew J.
icavsnaugh or the Wilmington group,
is superintendent of Puhlie
Safety for Wilmington, was recently
elected president or the Delaware
Association of chiers of Police.
Noted Referee Dies
After Judging Bouts
charley Daggert, noted boxing
referee and a member of the .‘llld-
May group was hurled ltlonduy,
July 6, in the National Cemetery.
Beverly, N. J.. after a solemn lilnss
of Requiem in the Church of St.
Joan of Are.
The popular omrial collapsed utter
peering as “guest referee" in two
. Police Athletic League bouts at the
‘ Naval Base and died before roach-
ing st. ‘Agnes llospital. He was 54.
e wna stricken only a short
' time after his annual’ retreat and
at that time seemingly was in rohust
health. This last retreat was memor-
shle. t i i t 7
The date rontlicted with another
important epoch in his ulrairs-the
wsloott-iilareirno world’: heavy.
weight title tight in chicago. lle
, . . rerereed their nrst meeting In Phila-
is wile, Caroline’ dd him
an invitation to the c I
and went on his usual annual pil-
grimage to St. Joseph's.in-the.ilills.
Mr. Dnggert's right home was
John D. Mecurrigle. His other name
he assumed when he took up horing
in his youth. Few knew his real
Few also knew that he had given
up his "white collar" job with his.
union and returned to welding at
the start of world War ll.
He is survived hy his wire, Rose,
and two sons, Joseph and Albert,
hoth veterans of the war.
ACT NOW-66 Rooms Have Already Been Subscribed
MEMORIALS - NEW BUILDING
ST. JOSEPH'S - IN - THE - HILLS
FURNISHING OF SINGLE R00
(INCIUDING muss MEMOIIAI. Pure)
Write to the Rector
Rev. William J. Kane, Mulvern, Pa.
MAKE CHECKS PAVAILE lo LAVMEN’S,WEEK-END IETREAV IEAGUE
Rooms will be lototed on various floors according
. to order of payment l
Honor the Living
Commemorute the Dead
Soon in New . Chapel
Rector Granted Permission
to Bless Edifice
By JAMES J. TIGHE
within a rew weeks the lien of lllalvern will mark another long sought
achievement when lioly Mass will he celebrated in the beautiful Chapel in
the new group or huilrlings to be dedicated to Our lady.
Vacation Passed Up
Foreguing a wee s variation in the
palatial home or u lriend in Florida.
Frank ]l‘lt-Ntlllrltayn, oi the 0-: Group.
w in rrorn Florida to make his
anrllutl Mulvern rellxtal
spttcinlizillg in the pronlotion or wnx
tor industrial uses, He's heen with
the firm 19 years, joining them
shortly-arter his graduation from
Mllrrit-d and the rather of nve
children, he is one of a long line or
retrentnnts recruited hy Jim Es-
, positn, chairman of the cam-in
upon the outhreuk or the second
was doing at the time was so im-
portant he was told to stick to his
joh, rnntcrislly aiding in the develop.
. es were
alile lu win wllrld renown and
hrought acclaim from the English
enple who readily recognized that
“so much was owed to so few ” This
process provided thclr planes, and
American planes with loo octane
ruel, whereas the hest the Germans
could get was 57 octane. This well
could have been the margin 0! via-
tory in those trying days. Today,
herause or this process modern auto
mohiles are able to get twice as
murh power than was possihle only
n few years ago.
rrnk travels extensively. Just
herore his retreat was to start, he
completed .a lung business trip in
Jacksonville, Florida. He was tired.
Tht-n along came an invitation to
take the Florida sun cure. It was a
great temptation . . . but finally he
pushed Satan behind him and headed
fur the rolling hills of the lllalvern
His wife is the former Miss Marie
Tnguc, a graduate or lmmaeulata
college. The couple have [our boys
and one girl: Martin, 11; Terry, 9;
Dryan, , Maureen 3, and Kevin.
i.>Dl‘lI last December.
Permission has been granted Mal-
vern’s rector, rev. william .1. Kane,
by Arcllliishop 0‘)-lam to hless the
chapel for Divine services.
Father llane, a rew days ago, said
the hlessing will take place as soon
as the tile door and carpeting has
hcen laid. otherwise the chapel vir-
tually is completed. And dormitory
wing “B", incidentally, soon will he
ready for occupancy.
individual pews for the accom-
Cross are in p ace and the electrical
work is done.
VVhile the entire interior will mark
the Chapel as the most beautiful of
architecturally and spiritually, will
be the Altar which was constructed
in Italy of fine Caren: marble.
The Altar‘: table-top, of tours . is
of unbroken stone to commemorate
the unhroken Body of Christ. The
tools, or Mensa, also has rive spe-
cially consecrated crosses represent-
ing the Five Sacred Wounds.
carrying out the symbolizatiorl.
the Altar is supported by dve stripes
representing the four evangelists
with their synlbols: John, the Eagle;
Mark, the Lion; Matthew, the Angel,
‘and Luke, the 0:. I ,
The magi-rim-ent tabernacle is of
wrought hronre lined with gold and
covered with a sill; koncpelzn, rep-
resenting the tents of the Israelites
in the desertethe tents in which the
Jews stored the Manna fl-orn Heaven
-a true prehguration of the Blessed
Behind the Altar are six candle-
stlc's and a crucifix, all of bronze
excepting the body of Christ, which
of these. and draped from the ceil-
ing is the cartoon which visually
represents the “Hail Mary." Later
this cartoon will be replaced by I
linely woven dossul, showing the
same pictures on a hand-malle tapes-
try at the richest wool.
All of the windows in the thin-
sept are of beautiful and delicate
coloring and represent lay saints:
7 (Continued on mu three)
Bradley, LaBrum, Krull Win
New High Honors in City
Three Men or lvlulvern have recently heenhonored by appointments
to high city and civic posts.
Michael J. Bradley was sworn in as deputy city managing director;
Col. J. llurry LllBrum was appointed . member of the Band or Education,
land Chnrlcal A. Krull was elected
president of the Junior Chamber of
Dircetor Bradley, long a toiler in
city and national atnirs, succeeded
Bernard J. Kelley, another lllrn 0!
lllaivern, who resigned to oeco a
a candidate tor Judge 0! the Munici.
After serving ten years in con-
gress, he retired to hecorne collector
or customs or this port, which otnce
he held for live yurs.
A chief radio electrician in charge
of Naval communications of the
American Naval headquarters in
rations in the pre-peace talks held
it was there also that he met and
married his wire, the rormer Emily
Angiuli, a native or the Eternal
There are rour children: Ray.
mond, proiessor or law, university
or Pennsylvania; Edward, e recent
graduate or the University Law
school; lllisa lllurian Dudley, and
Mrs. catherine Artes, the mother
of two children.
while in congress, he was one or
eight sent team that hody to observe
the tirst atomic homh test at Bikini.
colonel J. Hurry LaBrum, presi.
dent of the Chamber of Commerce,
the new member of the Board of
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