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This report offers historical information on family courts in the United States, focusing on their growth on Ohio. Albert Barouch was among the first to establish his residence in South Omaha. Between there were few Poles living there.

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Gradually the packing houses attracted many Poles from Chicago and other places, eventually even from Europe. They settled mostly in Sheely far from their place of work, in order to be near the Polish church. In there were twenty-five Polish families and in about thirty-five Polish families and a score of single men in South Omaha attending St.

Mary's while living chiefly north of the packing houses.

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Seeing the steady influx of his countrymen to South Omaha, Fr. Theobald Kalamaja, O, F. Helmach, A. Niedjielski, J. Badura, Mr. Szymanski, Mr. Karbowski, and Mr. They drew up a resolution to organize a Polish parish in South Omaha. The other Polish families held back mistrusting the venture.

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The building measured 24x46 feet, the inside was unfinished and much labor and expense were needed to remodel it into a Catholic church. As about half the Polish families refused their cooperation, the other half had no easy sailing. Yet warm hearts and willing hands directed by the untiring and self-sacrificing Father Theobald, realized their hopes. In the winter following in they enjoyed, every second week, the happiness of Holy Mass in their own place of worship.

On May 15, , the church was dedicated by the Rt. Bishop Scannell, D.

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Francis de Paula, after the patron saint of the men's society in the mother parish, of which society some men of South Omaha were members. Beginning with July, , St. Francis received Divine Service every Sunday, the Rev. Dennis Czech, O, F. All the Polish people of South Omaha belonged to the new parish; a few only, living nearer the confines of the two parishes and having easier access to St. Mary's retained membership there.

The frail "Little Father" labored very zealously and successfully. He organized a choir, Mr.

Buglewisz being the organist, and helped along practising sic by accompanying the singing on the violin. The services, two Masses, were found necessary and were well arranged and well attended.

During the fourteen months of Fr. Dennis' rectorship his efforts and the people's generosity wiped out all indebtedness, paid the current expenses and laid the foundation for a school fund. The people much regretted the transfer of the popular "Little Father" to Wash-. His successor was the Rev.

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