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Th* Eyas Have It One of the scientists who gave it a bit of study comes up with the information that blue eyed drivers are more sensitive to light-glare than drivers who have brown eyes. So we feel that we have to warn you blue-eyed racers to slow down when you are driving at night. Brown-eyed people shouldn't speed either, of course. A person with one black eye shouldn’t drive he has had enough trouble already. Taskmaster Once you succeed you have to keep right on doing it again and again. Good Old Palmer Years ago one of the ways you could detect a graduate of a Cath olic grade school was by his hand writing. It was always a good sam ple of the Palmer method. From some of the work that I’ve seen of late 1 got the idea that the “Cath olic System” had changed with ev erything else, so I was more than gratified to see the good old ways being demonstrated at a booth of the N.C.E.A. convention in Atlan tic City. It is still very good for my money, and 1 find that a little prac tice day after day does wonders. It would be a good plan to practice writing day after day instead of just doodling. Come to think of it, 1 never saw a Sister with poor pen manship. we we of be On* Is Important What with all the organizations throwing their weight around a prison begins io wonder if the in dividual has any great responsibil ity toward society He sure has. An individual has his place in move ments, and he doesn't have to take a back seal tor any ot them. Vou don't have to belong to a clean-up campaign to tell you when you should object to tilth on a news stand, and you don't have Io carry a card to protest against improper 1 styles in clothing stores. Campaigns are great, but they are never greater than the individuals who are the ones who see them through. Catholic youth is doing a magnifi cent job bunging its weight to bear on matters ot importance hut we still have to remember that each individual is important God deals with each one. Play Ball hp here deserve rhe turns dated when vou are to be remembered pationage to distributing voui the different line* ot business The Peoples Store Delaware PERPETUAL NOVENA Our Lady of Perpetual Help Every Tuesday 7:30 p.nt. St. (Christopher’s Church Grandview A Ida sons they Some parents think their and daughters aie safe when are out. Great Day* really are great days re nt the weather. This time it seems that God These gardless after Easter blesses everyone who has made a serious attempt to do the right thing. After the Easter taken care of. there is a tion of spirit and hope gets at no other time of Of course, a person may tie and start heading in the wrong direction, but then something hap pens and it seems that the pull of grace finally rights one and every thing turns out all right after all. We should never get into the habit of losing hope. The power of God is more than we can measure and if Duty is resurrec that one the year, slip a lit- There is no such thing as a small town if the people in it are big. By |. MURRAY Centuries after te* death ui 58S St Ftnnians bones u*re disinterred famous anatomist,jeialamo Cremona, Vested pontificals, and placed in a glass coffin under San Frediandr high altar, Lucca, where theg are still visible A remote tribe in India. i$ afflicted bg an obscure disease-"Madurafoot" or SY THOMAS’S Disease traditional!q held to be hereditary because theg tortuiw^ X/ Hie lApostle While he was a missionary among them. THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, JULY 3, 1953 The dream of many an American youth came true last week for Jeff Diggs, a ’53 graduate of Rosary High School. Columbus, when he opened a letter postmarked Notre Dame. Jell learned that, as a re sult of a competitive scholastic ex amination administered in May at centers throughout the United States, he had won the four years Burns' scholarship. Jeff a member of St. Cyrprian’s Teachers' College Called keystone to (dilholie Education LONDON (NC) I he foun dation stone of Britain’s largest Catholic training college for men teachers ha* been laid at Hopwood Hall, .Middleton. Lancashire. The ollege. which is run by the De l.a Salle Brothers, was actually founded by the English Hierarchy mx but cooperate a bit, we are quite safe. It is a great time of year. Thought For Tha Weak years ago to meet the demand for additional teachers required under the present educational laws It is a keystone to the whole future ot Catholic education in this country. Invest With Columbus' Oldest Savings & Loan »«r 7 year*, ihoutand* at aavar* 4 rpo.it rd regular amaanta at hare— ah*r* they aerar* liberal ore* st mam op bomf piwancing •0 K. Broad St. AD. 5810—AD. 342 1. H. WILD. Frei. «. D. HARRIS, S*«y. Rosary Grad JFins A.D. Scholarship Jeff Diggs, Rosary graduate. Is congratulated by Msgr. Herman Mattingly, pastor of Holy Rosary parish, following the announcement that Jeff had won a four-year scholarship to Notre Dame University. Jeff will register in the fall with his sights on a teaching career. parish and the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jefferson Diggs, 202 S. 21st St., attributes his success in part to the encouragement two former Notre Monsignor Herman tor of Holy Rosary John Igoe, 2454 Kensington Rd. Given By Mrs. Doherty From the Department of Library Science College of St Mary of the Springs Where Love Is, God Is, by Cath erine de Hueck Doherty Bruce Publishing Co.. Milwaukee, 1953, $2.25. "Love vias born in a manger and died on a cross to come to life eternally.” Only by considering this truth will men be able to come to the true realization of love. In a world such as the present one. a book of this sort seems out of place it stresses the spiritual life. and interest of Dame Men Mattingly, pas parish and Mr. While at Rosary, Jeff was active in work on school publications, dra matics, public speaking and enter tainment committees. Creative Library! Notes Definition Of Commandments the life each person should be leading Although its goals are too high for materialists, it is in this that the value of the book lies. Mrs. Doherty clearly defines the commandments, beatitudes, and counsels, showing their relation ships to our final goal through active membership in the Lay Ap ostolate of Catholic Action. With brilliant technique and musically stirring prose, the read er may raise his status from an in dividual to a saint: in this way only is heaven obtained, "and we shall enter the Kingdom of Love with heads full of love.”— M.B.S. My Island Horn*, by James Nor man Hall Little. Brown, and Co., Boston, 1952, $4.00. My Island Homa, the autobiog raphy of James Norman Hall, co author of Mutiny on the Bounty, Man Against tha Sea, and Th* Hurricane, is a typical remenis cence of the “how I became a writ er’’ variety. The book might prove enjoyable for one who is familiar with Iowa or with the previous works of Mr. Hall. M.W. Ball. 1952, Swamp Chief, by Zachary Holiday House, New York, $2.75. This interesting study of two cul tures, is the story of Joe Panther, a young Seminole, who was true to both. It is the plans nf Joe Pan ther that changed the hitter atti tude of many in his tribe toward respect for the white men and their plans for wildlife preserva tion in the Everglades Moving from the excitement of deep sea fishing to tense moments tn the Everglades amid wildlife, the read er will be thrilled with the action and adventure of this story. Schools may purchase this book at the George Dum Co., Columbus, Ohio. M.A.F. -------------------o------------------- Blind Girl Im lop Student WASHINGTON (NC) High est mark in the comprehensive ex aminations of the National Catho lie School of Social Service of the Catholic University of America has gone this year to a student who has been blind since the age ot eleven. She is Miss Eileen Patricia Noone of Philadelphia who received her master's degree in social work at commencement exercises here. Reau the Funes int Ads writing is his forte. He was also a member of the National Honor So ciety and of the glee club. Many remember a column Jeff wrote un der his by-line in the Ohio Sentinel. And with all these activities, he found time for sports, his chief in terest being in basketball. With his sights set on a teach ing career, Jeff will register in the Education Department of Notre Dame this fall. Diocesan Y on th League The Diocesan Catholic Y’outh Council held its first annual Study Week End at St. Patricks Parish in Junction City last Saturday and Sunday. The program began with “Mass Preparation” on Saturday night in which all attending mem bers took part. Sunday’s schedule started with Mass at 9:00 a. m. The purpose of the program was to acquaint all Deanery and Dioce san officers with the Catholic Youth Council plan and to study the “Lay Apostolate.” 0. P. Gallo Catholic Laymen Invited To Church Meet In Germany HAMBURG—(NC)—German Ca tholic lay leaders have been invited to attend this year's general con vention (Kirchentag) of the Ger man evangelical churches, which will take place here from Aug. 12 to 16. About 300,000 are expected to attend the main events of the convention. Catholic organizations in Ham burg have appealed to their mem bers to help provide housing for those coming to the Protestant rally. The preparatory committee of the “Kirchentag” has expressed gratitude for this gesture showing “fraternal.’ good neighborly rela tions” between the two denomina tions. It is not yet known whether the Protestants of communist-rule.d Eastern Germany will be permit ted to attend the Hamburg conven tion. last year, the communists refused to permit Protestants to at tend a similar meeting in Stutt gart. SWICKARD Rental Agency 12 N. Third St. Rents Sales Leases Property Management the the lee- Father James Kimberly of Junction City parish opened morning session with a brief hire on the “Theology of Catholic Action and the Apostolate.” The afternoon session consisted of a two hour lecture and discus sion on the catechism of the "Ca tholic Youth Apostolate.” Diocesan President Dan Sorohan led the dis cussion. assisted by Miss Mary K. Ruddy and Miss Margaret Kunkier. A session on "Constitution. Or ganization and Parliamentary pro cedure” was conducted by Mr. Richard Engel. A final “History nf the CYC” was given by Father Vin cent Mooney, following lunch. All Dincesan and Deanery Offi cers attended. Kindness will open a door when all other keys fail. Whore Is your there? next pay check too bow meeb fhe eaah will »*lfT Will »oo retain a amall portion for all the think* rou’U want in th* tutor* Ar en with all th* monthfr bill* and obhtation* a part of that oareheck belong* to too Start taring tour tharr now At Burkey* too enjoy rh* added protection of BUCKEYE FEDERAL u* IMS wweiirws WEDDING SPECIALISTS Formal Wear Rentals MEN'S & LADIES' TAILORING N. 3rd St. MA. 3623 Theologians To Assemble BALTIMORE—(NC)—The eighth annual convention of the Catholic Theological Society of America will be held at the Sheraton Belvedere Hotel here Monday through Wed nesday, it has been announced. o----------------- It Pays to Read *he Want Ads. SAINT VINCENT'S Orphans' Picnic SATURDAY JULY 4 o This Space Contributed By Eckstein JEWELERS 71 E. 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To buy food for th* tot* Sis ter Corman was forced to sell th* jeep. HELP IS URGENTLY NEED ED. $3 clothe* on*. We can keep on* for a month on $10. Another jeep? Th* work must go on. Won't you? Have a kind thought for those poor refugee priests from Roumarua. They bore the brunt of the Communist devil. Now destitute exiles, thev continue to suffer for their loyalty to Christ’s Church. MON SIGNOR KIRK has only your precious Mass offerings with which to support them. Give with a prayer that we will be spared. LOST CAUSE W* have hoped and pleaded for help for th* Holy Cross Sitter* In In dia. Tremendous missionary opportunities ar* being lost through their lack of a MISSION HOSPITAL. Kind donors are assured th* priceless prayer* of these "martyrs of mercy" and th* grateful blessing of those poor sick in their car*. Your least mite is th* gold of sacrifice for Christ. $1 buy* a brick. Thinking of a memorial? Endow a bed for $250. We’d love to have you join one or more of our wonderful DOLLAR-A MONTH CLUBS. They support SEVEN mission needs, in July your dollar for MONICA GUILD will help furnish a new chapel in the Dio cese of Kottayam, India. BASILIANS goes to the Christian Brothers* school in Cheren. Eritrea. Don’t forget the Damien Institute in Tri chur with vour LEPER FUND alms. The precious slices of ORPHAN’S BREAD will feed hungry tots at St. John's Orphanage in India. MARY’S BANK AND CHRYSOSTOMS will help train priests and Sisters in the Holy Land. Join today. JEWELS OF THE MADONNA Worldly women proudly wear their costliest jewels on greet occasion*. Th* iowol* Mary will display before th* Throne of Heevon with th© ut most prido will be those souls dearly devoted to Her. Your little sacrifice* for her FATIMA CHAPEL in JORDAN will renew these firm ties of love binding you to Mery already. RememtAr Her before you leave for vacation. CENSORSHIP LIFTED Your daily secular newspaper does not report how much the Holy Father is doing for 850.000 Arabs displaced from their homes in Pales tine. Our pamphlet. "Sufficient Unto the Day tells the almost un believable story. Write for it. Your many alms to our REFUGEE FUND have made it possible. Your FOOD PACKAGES ($10) have saved hundreds of starving families. MALEK IS SEMINARIAN? Strange, but true. He is an Egyptian youth in St. Leo Seminary at Tan tah. Ho ha* four mor* year* to go, but, unless wo find a friend to help him with the $100 yearly cost of hi* training, hi* dream* may be shat tored. Won't you help him with this annual sum. Give in any Install ments. You will be forever in hi* heart and prayor*. YOUR MASS OFFERINGS ARE MOST WELCOME HELP TO OUR MANY MISSIONARIES WHO ARE IN DIRE NEED. YOUR MASSES ARE SAID ALMOST IMMEDIATELY. IT IS A NOBLE CHARITY TO THESE POOR PRIESTS. SISTER BERNARD This lovely young lady ha* entered a* a novico with our heroic Fran ciscan Missionaries of Mary at Schhout, Lebanon. She is without the mean* to moot the yearly cost of her training—$150. Won't you help her, in any payment* you choose, with this yearly sum for her two year*. You'll win th* undying gretitud* of this noble soul. With your “Stringless Gifts” our Holy Father can meet “on the spot mission emergencies when there is no time to appeal. Ask for “Shall the Twain Meet” when you send him yours. Hear'&stCDissionsjMl RfwbMwH Mt*r. IImnmn J. M«M*h*n, Net*! Sec'y Seed eN e«MHvnl«*Hem let CATHOLIC NEAR EAST WELFARE ASSOCIATION 4B0 Lexington Avo. et 46fh St. Now York 17, N. Y.