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WE PRIDE OURSELVES ON PROPER FITTINGS BUYING A NEW CAR We will finance it for you, $4.00 Per Hundred Per Year No red tape No hidden charges Let us explain this NEW LOW COST Finance Service on 'New Cars & Trucks Lowest Insurance Rates Give us a call We can save you money The Arthur J. McCann Agency AD 1915 233 S. High St. DO 8987 Columbus, Ohio The Time Of Your Life BT FATHBR GABRIEL HAFFORD The Sainis Of The Week bainls Philip and .lames were Apostles. Then day is the First oi May. St. Philip is mentioned sev eral times in the Gospel of St. John. According to tradition he preached and worked in Phrygia. St. James is called the Less, be cause he was younger than the other Apostle whose name was James. James the Less became the first Bishop of Jerusalem, and he was put to death around the year 62. He is the one who wrote the Epistle bearing the name James. Pray to both these Apostles for the conversion of Russia. May Day is a good day to do it. It All Depends On You 4 If you are a host you can change a visitor into a guest. Mother, At Your Feet Sometimes it is too bad that we grow up. I’m thinking of some of the fine little traditions we held sacred when we were children, but have forgotten about as we grow older. Do you remeember the first May Altar you helped arrange? All right wipe the tears out of your eyes and start on one tomorrow. All you need is a atatue or picture of Our Lady, and a special place to put it. Arrange a few flowers and dig into the doily department and there you are. If you have a special shrine like that you will find your recitation of the rosary a lot more devotional. You have a hoop and lace tains like they had in schoool back when just work up your May decorations. Our Lady love it. don’t have to cur way own will Flying Corks From The Pop House “That soda jerk is really a count er irritant.” Get In The Act They tell me that sometime next month there will be an all-out cam paign to popularize the good old fashioned drir.k, lemonade. They are prepared to spend a wad of money refreshing our memory and selling us the idea that canned or frecv-frozen lemon juice will do the trick with less fuss than the stuff by the dozen, ft will be inter esting at watch how the campaign turns out. It will popularize that drink that much is sure. We ought to take a tip from the boys and start a campaign for bet ter Jiving. Let’s say, start a cam paign for Christ. It will mean that we shall have to be conscious of the fact that we are trying to make others consider the importance of living as Christ wants us to live. It will demand that we mean what we say about our religion. We can influence others if we really go about doing it. Our actions are more powerful than a picture of a lemon. Right Word Dep't. You can get along with a very limited vocabulary and be lovingly understood if you can say “Yes” and “No” at the right time. Science It is too bad that many of us are slow starters. The other day 1 saw a great display of wire and tape recorders that were selling like rub bers in a rain. Perhaps there are a thousand of these recorders in schools and rectories throughout the country just waiting for some thing to happen. Why don’t we get wise to ourselves and start a series of transcribed talks or lectures cir culating around the country and give our schools and parish socie ties talks by experts who would not have time to be away from their post? When we have to depend on live talent we lose. Sometimes it is poor talent, and other times we doubt if it is alive. Let’s use sci ence. Decent Disk* And Suitable Songs SINGING IN THE RAIN (Mercury) Eddy Howard (Victor) Ralph Flanagan HONEST AND TRULY (Victor) Ralph Flanagan (Decca) Guy Lombardo. NO STRINGS ATTACHED (Mer cury) Richard Hayman SUNDAY IS FOR MY DARLIN* (Victor) Don Estes JENNINE (Columbia) The Mariners GOODBYE FOR A WHILE (Mer cury) Vic Damone SNOW IN LOVER’S LANE (Colum bia) Frankie Laine IN A LITTLE SPANISH TOWN (Decca) Cy Coleman WING-DING TONIGHT (Victor) Freddy Martin OH, LADY, BE GOOD (Columbia) Erroll Garner Repeated for your convenience: PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA on Columbia Gandy Dancers Ball on Columbia WHISPERING WINDS on Mercury TULIPS AND HEAT ER on Victor and Capitol FOR GIVE ME on Victor and BROKEN HEARTED bn Columbia and Cap itol Two Points Of 1 iew Ambition is considered a virtue if you have it and a vice if someone else has it. Carol Cantion THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MAY 2 1 9152 Theta pupil* ef the sixth, seventh, and tlghth grades at St. Jos eph'! School, Dover, oro shewn closing (ho program of their recent pageant based upon the 1950 statement of the U. S. Hierarchy, "The Child: Citizen of Two Worlds." Similar pageants in other parts Publish Movie Ratings, Pupils Remind Editor To editors who sometimes wnn der if anyone reads their papers, mail from subscribers is like man na from heaven, even if (he sub scribers complain. Last week, after the post Easter issue of The Catholic Times had appeared without the Legion of Decency movie classifications omitted during Lent—37 postcards were received from young readers who wanted the list published again. The cards, all from students at St. Mary’s High School, Columbus, were polite, but firm. “I wish to request,” wrote Da vid Engle, politely but firmly, “that you print a list of the mov ies that have been approved by the Legion of Decency. Thank you.” Some seemed particularly aware of the value of a gentle phrase. "I would greatly appreciate it,” mur mured Margaret Ivanoff, “it it were possible for you to set aside a portion of your paper .” “Do you suppose that you might be able .” another began, and still another wrote: “1 would like to make a suggestion for your pa per .” Some brightened the editorial desk with picture postcards, much more colorful than the ordinary postoffice type. One boy, Bernard Vogel, penned his request on a card that bore "Greetings from Co lumbus.” In any event, the voice of the people was heard. The list will be found on page 6. -------------------o------------------- Five 8th Graders Win Scholarships Carol Cantion. eighth grader a Immaculate Conception School, Colum bus, won a four year scholarship to St. Joseph's Academy in a competitive ex amination taken by 84 girls re cently. Winners of one year scholarships as a result of the same tests were: Joan Miller of Christ the King par ish Julianne Massl of St. Chris topher’s parish Joanne Savage of St. John Evangelist’s parish and Nancy Sauer of St. Mary's parish, all in Columbus. -o- lowa Bishop Establishes Scholarships For Negroes SIOUX CITY, la. (NC) Bish op Joseph M. Mueller of Sioux City has established two four-year full tuition scholarships for Catho lic colored young women at Briar Cliff College here, Sister Jean Ma rie. president, has announced. The scholarships, operative in the fall, will be awarded on the same basis of academic achieve ment and actual need as other scholarship awards, Sister Jean Marie said. The college has given free tuition to one or more worthy colored students almost every year since it began in 1930. ---------------—o---------------— VATICAN CITY. April 24 (Radio. NC) British Field Marshal Ber nard Montgomery was received in private audience here by His Holi ness Pope Plus XII. 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The sturdy paper and vivid photo graphs in these two volumes make the purchase of them worthwhile. A wonderful way to travel over the country and sit by your fireside all the while! -Library Notes------ New Children’s Book Offers Unusual Uses Of Band-Aids Fr*m the Department of Library Science 1,1 1 College ef St. Mary ef the Springe '1 Doctor Dan. the Bandage Man, Helen Gaspard, Simon and Schus ter, New York. An original story, written and il lustrated hy the same person, shows how children and band-aids are as cldsely related as ham and eggs. It is of great value, for it shows the child how he may use them to patch up all the hurts a lively youngster encounters. More over, they may even use them on their dolls, pets, or playthings. Mothers, here’s a help! 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Burlington, Vermont, offers you this manual for 25 cents, and recommends it for use in elementary science class es. TRANCE BUT TRU Little-Known Facti For Catholics By j. MURRAY aawo’ MBS For Those A Little Older: The Stronger. Malachy Carroll. Bruce Publishing Company, Mil waukee, 1952. This penetrating story brings to print the stirring drama of the struggle of Michael Murray, who upon his arrival in a homey town, arouses the emotions of the citi zens. To Father Sheridan, this man’s presence brings a source of pain. The diversity of sentiments felt by the characters weave into a human saga wherein all find their lives linked. The depth of human loneliness and the height of spiritual heroism hlend to re sult in a tender story of an un frocked priest. ARL Hiked KING FREDERICK THE GREAT teAed style. Ae preferred mr CATHEDPAu^ Abe 1 MONASTERY-PALACE -SEPULCHRE of tfa ISCORIAL. SPAIN, W IQO MILES OT CORRIDORS. 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