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A priest, a nun and a lay person have been chosen to judge the •nVrie* in the Second Annual Catholic Youth Week press contest •pansored by the Youth Department of the National Cath olic' Welfare Conference. The prizes will be awarded for the best* news story or editorial on Catholic Youth Week written by a student and published in a high school or college publication. The judges of the contest, which closes on October 31, are (left to right), Sistar M. Bernice, F.S.P.A., teacher of English at Marycliff High School, .Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Mary Tiralet Daly, of Washington, Ca tholic pness columnist Rev. Jamas G. Keller, M.M., of New York, founder of the Christophers. Posters Urge Rosary For Marian Year PASSAIC, N J. —(NC)—Posters urging the daily Rosary for Mar ian Year have been prepared here tor distribution. The v hite, blue and red posters, Macklin Insurance Agency Inc. 58 E. Gay St. ADams 8196 Columbus, Ohio J* J. ROUSSEAU, Manager Running This Winter STOP In At Your Parish Service Station Today CATHEDRAL CLIFF'S PURE OIL E. Town At Parsons AD. 0708 Finneran & Fischer VOAK A STH STS. AD. 0208 SINCLAIR PRODUCTS HOLY ROSARY GETREU SUPER SERVICE Livingston At Kelton Columbus 5, Ohio TEXACO PRODUCTS How can you fall to make the kale? Get money in scads by using want ads. CORPUS CHRISTI REICHERT'S Sohio Service Lnbrieatiaa Car Waah Areaaaariaa Atlaa Tire.—BattariM—Battery Charring S31 Frobis Ave. GA. 0390 tion: MR. SERVICE STATION OPERATOR: printed by Our Lady’s Press Mart, are offered to individuals and so cieties for distribution to stores, public bulletin boards, buses, etc. The nine-by-12 inch posters urge Sunday Mass attendance and daily recitation of the Rosary. Discovary It is quite a letdown to discover that some people who are well bred have a lot of crust. HARRY WELLNITZ Concrete A Cinder Building Units 4”-6”-8”-12” Steel Sash 231 N. Prinston JO. 112 Winter's Ahead Chang* Over Now To Lubricants That I Will Keep Your Car ST. MARY MAGDALENE Goodyear Tires A Batteries Expert Lubricetien BILL SPIRES SHELL SERVICE W. Brood St. at Powell RA. 0125 ST. CATHARINE BEXLEY Marathon Service 2516 E. Main St. At Cassingham DO. 0371 Members of your own parish will see YOUR advertising under this column. Why not join in with your fellow "Parish Service Station Opera tors" and run your advertising message here? Send this inquiry in today for complete informa The Advertising Department The Catholic Times P.O. Box 636 Columbus 16, Ohio Please send me information on advertising under the "Parish Service Station Operators" column in The Catholic Times. Jim Nicholson, Mgr. 2 A.A.A SERVICE Bexley’s Friendly Service ROGERS GULF STATION East Bread at Eastmoor Blvd. DO. 0222 Columbus 9, O. Tires, Batteries and Accessories The Time Holy Family Students Receive Contest Rules Bill Treuter, field representative of the Fisher Body Craftsman’s Guild, visited Holy Family High School this week to announce plans for the 1953-54 model car compe tition of the Craftsman’s Guild. En rollments are being taken for the competition in which $90,000 in awards, including eight university scholarships, will be given to state, regional and national winners. The 1954 competition, for the first time, offers young car design ers the opportunity to build sports cars, convertibles, or station wa gons as well as two or four-door sedans. Past competitions have lim ited entries to four-door sedans. Courteous Service ADoms 5747 HARRIS, OPTICIANS 106 East Broad St. COLUMBUS OHIO Preferred ... by smart travelers who appreciate the attractive, comfortable rooms, delicious food and hospitality of the HOTEL HENRY CLAY •. conveniently located in tee canter of tee business and shopping district of Future Teachers of America Study By-Laws 1 1Lc' Your BT FATBKK GABRIEL ■AFFORD The Saint of the Weak When any of your friends tell you that they have a hard time trying to figure out much about an gels, tell them to read the Book of Tobias in the Old Testament and get the story of St. Raphael. This most helpful archangel has his feastday Saturday. Raphael shows himself to be a real messenger of God’s love for both the junior and senior Tobias. It really is a most absorbing story of God’s love. Why don’t you read all about it on the feast ol St. Raphael? Bad Load I i Officers of th* College of St. Mary of the Springs Chapter of the Future Teachers of America look over the by-laws. Left to right ore Teresa Seller, treasurer Kathleen Herderick, secretary Virginia Keefe, president Sister M. Sylvina, O.P., moderator Shirley Kilbride, historian. The torch in the F.T.A. emblem signifies leadorshp and tho ideals of the teaching profession. Of their off-the-cuff conversation, and you will know what they really are deep inside. Mirror Mania Some persons spend half the day working in front of a mirror. Par ents complain that they have to take a picture of their children once they get in their teens, to see what they look like. Really, I don’t think it is a case of over-develop ed pride as much as it is a mania for grooming. Good grooming is necessary, but after all you can groom just so much, you can’t make yourself over. If a person keeps himsqlf neat and clean, that is all that is required. Don’t worry about the impression this or that special person may get of you perhaps that person doesn’t real ize you are alive. RS Some people carry grudges though they liked ’em. A Lot of Talk People who have made a study of the deal tell us that a person’s conversation when he hasn’t any thing else to do marks his true interest. Around school one talks about things pertaining to class work: during football games and the like, one talks on the topic of sports but when you haven’t any thing in particular to keep you busy, you really get down to the things you actually like to talk about. It sounds straight. Now as a tip to the wise: be sure your con versation isn’t showing some of your faults you think are truly hidden. Judge your companions by Th* Harvest l« Great More and more young people are engaging in convert work these days is the story that is going around. That is wonderful. Much of the good work is being done by inviting non-Catholic classmates to religious discussion clubs or New man Club Meetings. You will never have a better opportunity to do work like that, so stay right with it. Some people actually would like to be part of a parish high-school religion class but they think that they would be out of place. Many people don’t attend any church be cause they feel they are not want ed. Let’s see what you can do about this. It's the Truth The only exercise some people get is stepping over their old dog. -------------------o------------------- Springs Plans Visitation Day College-mmded senior girls from Catholic high schools in the Co lumbus area will be Collegiennes for a day on Thursday, Nov. 5. The College of St. Mary of the Springs is inviting these students to go “Round the Clock at S. M. C.”, according to Patricia Lawler, student recruitment officer. After registration at nine In Erskine Hall, the visitors will be conducted to classes in their par ticular field of interest by mem bers of the Press Board, under the chairmanship of Martha Gallo way. They will attend an assem bly program and will be guests of the college at lunch in Hamilton Hall. Miss Lawler indicated that simi lar observation days will be held for the benefit of public school seniors later in the year. Inter ested students may contact their principals for further information. LOUISVILLE Third at Chestnut I I 4P For High Schools WASHINGTON—(NC)— Paroch ial, private and public high school students will compete in the sev enth annual Voice of Democracy contest beginning Nov. 1. The contest is a broadcast script WTiting and voicing competition sponsored jointly by the National Association of Radio and Televi sion Broadcasters, the Radio-Elec tronics Television Manufacturers Association and the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce. Entrants write and then record a five-minute script on the sub ject “I Speak for Democracy.” National winners will travel to the nation's capital in February. 1954, and will receive a $500 col lege scholarship and a radio or television set. By MURRAY A I WTO EUCHARISTIC SYMBOLS FOR THE NATIONAL, EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS THIS YEAR. ifti ^t'fllli|(1W ‘’'"I nil I *11! I'Illi IIH B1* Career Stories Featured In "In the Big Time” From th* Department of Library Scienc* Colleg* of St. Mary of th* Spring* In the Big Time, by Katherine Bakeleu J. Lippincott Co., Philadelphia and N. Y., 1953. A series of thirteen career stor ies, featuring such start as Kath erine Cornell, Bing Crosby, and Yehude .Menukin for the aspiring child between the ages of twelve and sixteen Competently, enter tainingly, and informatively writ ten. MW. Julie's Secret Sloth, by Jacqueline Jackson Little, Brown .and Co., Boston, 1953, $2.75. Here is a very good example of the type of literature which we do not want children to read. The story is an unusual one that could have been handled differently and with more uplifting results. The tale is built around little Julie Pot ter who, unknown to her parents, brings home a giant two toed sloth which she hopes to keep as a pet Her light treatment of lying and disobedience can hardly be com pensated by her love of animals. The constant bickering between Mother and Father and their in ability to cope with situations may lead to a breakdown of parental authority, as does the picture of a father, an elder in the church, who upon the slightest provocation, us es God’s name in vain. Julie’s dis respect for such parents is under standable but when this same type of conduct is shown toward a policeman and a Sunday school teacher, we put down the book in disgust. If this were not already Georgetown U. Launched Drive for £1 4,000,000 WASHINGTON (NC) Es tablishment of a $14,000,000 Great er Georgetown Fund has been an nouced here by Georgetown Uni versity, first Catholic college in the United States. Attainment of the fund goal by 1964, the 175th anniversary of the university’s founding, would per mit completion of ten proposed building projects and expansion of endowments, scholarships, fellow ships and student loan funds. Ike Meets ‘Junior Envoys’ —-P 1 Gift-bearing, junior-sited "goodwill ambessadors" from Latin American countries—35 of them—were received by President Dwight Eisenhower on the lewn of the White House in Washington. Argentina, Bolivia, Chilo, Colombia, Ecuador, Panama and Peru each sent five envoys, in this photo a lad from Peru presented the Presi dent with an 1800-year-old earthen household vessel. T.R.A N E BUT U ST BARBARA zr patroness of some 25 TRADES & PROFESSIONS, INCLUDING ARCHITECTS, GUILDERS & GRAVEDIGGERS. I1*,-nE $ kenUBI’ ROBERTS7 PLUMBING COMPANY PLUMBING & STEAM FITTING 1574 E. Main St. FA. 2146 Columbus, Ohio This CarViruj of THE ASSUMPTION, noWin SIMLA CATHEDRAL, INDIA WAS ONCE VENERATED IN A enough to ban the book from any circle of culture, we must also add that the illustrations are in very bad taste It is far better to show children how to act than how not to act if such can be assumed to be the negative lesson of Julie's Se cret Sloth. S.M. Michael and Patsy, by Dorothy and Marguerite Bryan. These delightful tales of two loveable little terriers have appeal for any youngster of seven or eight. The clever illustrations of the two pups will encourage even the re tarded reader to pursue it eager ly. It is the type of book that makes a child really want to read. The intriguing game found on the back end page papers will also be greatly enjoyed by the young read er and his friends. S.M.R. STOHtM. 60 E. BROAD ST. R. H. WHO. Fret. i" 4 to 8 year old child four beautiful "First Books ::for Little Catholics” that teach dogma with colorful pictures, simple texts. In I gay Christmas wrap with to-from labol right on it! ORDER FROM YOUR DEALER OR CATECHETICAL GUILD 147 E. Sth Street St. Poul 1, Minn without her phone THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7 Friday, Oct. 23, 1951 Students Ghe $1000 To .Missions NEW ORLEANS (NC)—• The archdiocesan Catholic Students Mission Crusade voted to give $1,000 to the Society for the Pro pagation of the Faith during the annual crusade convention An other $150 was voted to help de fray costs of educating a native seminarian in the Belgian Congo. It Pays To Um The Classified*! COAL GRADING EXCAVATING REIS BROS. MA. 1458 510 Furnac* St. Cols., O. V. .H. We invite you to join the many Co lumbus families who have acquired the VERY IMPORTANT HABIT of saving something each pay-day. Interest-21/2% per annum AD. 5810—AD. 6342 0. HARRIS. Sac y $1.00 Send mo------------------- #2-000 Christmas pack of Rest Books. I enclose $___________ (check. NAME___ ADDRESS CITY_____ ZONE— STATE i k w Grandma s always been so lively she’d hate to slow down. And, thanks to her tele phone, she can keep up with her young spirits. She really gets around by phone visits friends chats with grown sons and daughters keeps tab on beloved grand children and one great grandson .. between their visits to her. Her phone means a lot to her. And, when we re away, it’s a comfort to know she’s always in touch by phone ... just in case. Yes ... a penny buys priceless comfort and satisfaction, when it buys an hour's home telephone service. I THIS NICISSITY IS TAX ID HIOHIR THAN MOST LUXURIISI You pay 15% federal tax on local tele phone service and on long distance calls under 25C It’s 25% tax on long distance calls costing 25 or more.