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“On Way Ont," Official Savs NEW YORK (NC/ Wide spread discrimination against peo ple because of their race, color or religion is on the way out,” El mer A. Carter of the New York State Commission Against Discrim ination, declared here. Such prac tices as barring Negroes from jobs and hotels, he said, are becoming increasingly unpopular. Carter told the Catholic Inter racial Forum that there had been some challenges of the Commis sion’s powers, but "no reasons are advanced to justify discrimination: no excuses are presented to ex plain it.” Bias has become increasingly un popular in New York State during the nearly nine years of the Com mission's existence, he said. Al though there are areas of employ ment where “the aspect of discrim ination continues to exist,” such areas are "steadily shrinking,” he stated He noted that: Negroes and whites can work to gethei in every employment cate gory without friction. This integration cam be achieved without the impairment of produc tion or efficiency. Administration of the law does not result in the flight of industry. Individuals of every race, na tionality and religious creed can work and play and live harmoni ously together. -----------------o----------------- Kentucky Court Approves Nun’s Garb In Schools FRANKFORT, KY. (NC) The privileges and immunities guaranteed nuns as citizens by the United States and Kentucky Con stitutions would be abridged if they were barred from teaching in their denominational garb, the State of Kentucky has contended. The State’s arguments, upholding the constitutionality of Roman Catholic nuns teaching in Kentucky public schools in their religious habits, were contained in a formal answer filed in Franklin Circuit Court to a lawsuit instituted by a retired Methodist minister. The suit charged the nuns’ teaching in public schools was a violation of the constitutional prin ciple of separation of church and state and called on the court to de clare the practice illegal. In reply, the state declared the injunction "would deny to Ken tucky citizens who happen to be members of the Roman Catholic Church, to individual nuns, and to orthodox Jewish persons and oth ers wearing distinctive raiment or insignia, the right to earn their livelihood in the teaching profes sion and the right of worshipping God according to the dictates of their consciences, all of which is a deprivation and diminution of civil rights.” Such demal, the State contended, would violate Ken tucky's Constitution. -----------------o----------------- Hospital Meet Set Mat I 7 ST. LOUIS, Mo. (NC) The 39th annual convention of the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States and Canada is sched uled May 17 to 20 at Atlantic City, N.J. Theme of the convention will be "fulfilling the Objectives of the Catholic Hospital,” the announce ment said. -----------------o----------------- Shop and Try to Sava The only people who enjoy them selves in supermarkets are chil dren who ride in the carts and don't know how to read price tags. THE HOUSE OF TREASURES Verhofj Jeicelers Watches—Diamonds—Jewelry 1580 N. High St. UN. 7149 Columbus 1, Ohio PRECISION REPAIRING insure Your Furniture Bohm Automobile CALL Pauline R. Joyce MA. 3566 20 South Third St. Columbua Of Interest To Women Ry Our Correspondent* The Fourth District meeting of the Ladies’ Auxiliary, Knights of St. John, will be held in Columbus on Sunday, Jan. 24 at the Auditori um, 58) S. High St., at 2 St. Elizabeth Auxiliary No. 3 will serve as the host group. The Central Ohio Chapter of the Mount Saint Joseph College Alumnae will be hostesses to the high school senior girls and then mothers at a get-acquainted par ty on Sunday, Jan. 24. 1.30 to 4:00 p.m., at the home of Mrs. John Donley, 478 Piedmont Rd. Representatives from the Col lege will be there to show slides of the campus. Any senior girl interested will be most welcome and may make reservations with one of the hostesses. Co-chairmen of the party are Mrs. Paul Weilbachcr and Mrs. S. H. Bergman. Invitation chair man is Mrs. Joseph McHugh publicity, Mrs. Patrick J. Kirwin hospitality chairmen, Mrs. Frank Carr and Miss Martha P. Hughes. Hostesses for the afternoon assisting Mrs. Donley are Mrs. Ernest Luthman. 1696 W. 3rd Ave. Mrs. Robert Wehmeyer, 993 E. North Broadway Miss Betty Ann Murray, 103 N. Oak St., London, Ohio. On Friday, Jan. 22. 8:30 p.m., St. Clara's Auxiliary of St. Augus tine Parish, Loretta and Green wich Ave., will sponsor a Euchre Party in the school annex. Mrs. John Morris is chairman and Mrs. George Doiy, co-chairman. They are being assisted by the fol lowing committee: Mrs. Marie Bainter. Mrs. Carl Clotts. Mrs. Curtis Eckels, Mrs. Carl Brown, Mrs. Agnes Bendele and Mrs. Paul Ormerod. There will be a fine selection of prizes for the winners. Home made pie and coffee will be served after the card party. The public is cordially invited. The Daughters of Isabella Co lumbus Circle 3,53 will have their first social for 1954 on Jan. 26, at the Chittenden Hotel. 8 p.m. Mrs. Clara Cline will serve as the chairman and Miss Nell Cunning ham will serve as co-chairman. All members with initials A-B-C will be hostesses at the affair. Members are asked to bring their guests to this meeting. Members of the Altar Society of St. James the Less parish discussed plans for a Smorgasbord Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 6, at their recent meeting. Father Edward Healey of St. Charles Seminary spoke on "Retreats.” Refreshments were served following the meeting. The Altar and Rosary Society of Immaculate Conception par ish will meet Tuesday, Jan. 26, at 8.00 p.m. in the school hall. Mrs. Frank Vogel, diocesan chairman of Religious Activities, and Miss Inez Mulligan, former chairman of Religious Activities of the central deanery of the Na tional Council of Catholic Wom en. will be guest speakers. Mem bers living on Oakland Park Ave. are asked to serve as hostesses for the social that will follow the meeting. DOVER The January meeting of the Blessed Martin Study Club took place at the home of Mrs. Rob ert Tolotti. “Places of Worship in the Bible” was the topic for the evening. Mrs. Gail Walters present ed a paper on current events and will entertain the dub in the Feb ruary meeting. Members of the Loyola Study Club were guests of Air. and Mrs. A. J. Weigand for their first meet ing of the new year. Mrs. John Heid and Mrs. Gerald Young were co-hostesses. Father Pius Kaelin was guest. Mrs. Walter Stager pre sided. Mrs. William Kennedy read an article from "The Faith of Mil lions.” The study topics for the evening included "The Bible” and the "Rule of Faith”, Father Pius leading the discussions. Mrs. Vin cent Weber will be hostess in Feb ruaiy. assisted by Mrs. Thurman Horn. SO DID WE ALL Some new parents admit that their Prince of Wails gives them a king-sized headache. DRESS SALE $6.99 $3.99 $2.99 Children's Dresses $L69 WEILBACHER’S 464 S. Fourth St. Columbus, Ohio Free Parking in Rear oj Store The St. Mary parish council will meet in the school basement on Tuesday. Jan. 26 at 8 m. Monsignor Edmund Burkley will be the guest speaker and will show home movies. A social hour will be held afterwards. Mrs, Fred March is the recently installed president of the St. Au gustine parish council. Other new officers are Mrs. Owen Doody, vice president: Mrs. Joseph Essman. re cording secretary Mrs. lx»o Entz, treasurer, and Mrs. E. F. Mar quette. financial secretary and pub licity chairman. The ladies are planning the an nual Pre-Lenten Euchre to be held Feb. 26 at 8.30 p.m. The public is invited. NEW PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Mary Alexander. Mrs. Ray ranz, Miss Clara Gottardi, Mrs. Paul Jarvis. Mrs. Oscar Pritz and Mrs. Serafino Gottardi are on the committee for the Feb. 1 meet ing of the Altar Society of Sacred Heart parish. At the last meeting, the la dies saw a movie on cancer shown by Mrs. Eleanor Alton, a Cancer Society nurse. COSHOCTON Approximately 65 attended the January meeting of the Catholic Women’s Club of Sacred Heart parish. Mrs. Milo Bretzius. immediate past president, reported on last year's activities. Mrs. Oliver H. Stevning, president, had charge of the business meet jng. Hostesses were Miss Barbara Hahn, Mrs. David Clark. Mrs. Ray mond Alverson, Mrs. E. P. Little field. Mrs. Herbert Ashbaker, Mrs. John W. McCullough. Mrs. Dan Ga bor. Mrs. Paul R. Johnson and Miss Mildred Bordenkircher. Hostesses for the next meeting. Feb. 4. will be Mrs. William Barrett, Mrs. Flor ence Moore, Mrs. Catherine Bach man. Mrs. R. W. Russell. Mrs. For rest Hudson. Mrs. Wilfred Dues, Mrs. Ronald Staley, Mrs. Jessie Harris, Mrs. Mark Sager, and Mrs. Paul Tiedt. Mrs. E. C. Stark entertained members of the Spalding Club on Jan. 12. Next meeting will be at home of Mrs. May Neighbor. The parish council of St. Christo pher Parish will sponsor a spring style show in the school hall, 1381 Ida Avenue, Tuesday, Jan. 26. at 8:30 p.m. The style show will be presented by Roberts, and will he an advance showing of spring fashions and southern-wear clothes. Miss Doro thea Greene, fashion stylist with Roberts, will be the commentator. Music will be furnished by a string ensemble comprised of Etta Mae Sherman. Dorothy Haines Weser and Edna Warner, accompanied by Virginia Combs. Mrs. Edward Barrow is chairman of the affair and has asked the fol lowing women to serve oh the vari ous committees: Mrs. Lucian Fal co. Mrs. Henry Kulp Mrs. David Barbee. Mrs. James Murphy. Mrs. Maurice Forquer. Mrs. Robeit Ken dall. Mrs. H. W. Krick and Mrs. Angelo Bianco. Mrs. Barrow has appointed Mrs. Bert Corcoran (hairman of the re freshment committee, to be assist! ed by Mrs. Joseph Gaudieri. Mrs! Novena Serv ices OUR LADY OF THE MIRAC ULOUS MEDAL NOVENA— Mondays St. Mary Magdalene Church, Columbus 8:30 a.m. (Mass and services) 10 a.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m., 5:15 p.m., 6 p.m., 6:45 p.m., 7:30 p.m., 8:15 p.m., 9 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA—St. Peter's Church, o I u u s— Tuesdays, 7:30 p.m. OUR MOTHER OF PERPETU AL HELP NOVENA—St. Chris topher's church, Columbus— Tuesday, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. Ladislaus church, Columbus Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m. SORROWFUL MOTHER NO VENA Holy Cross Church, Columbus—Fridays 11:30 a.m. (Mass and services), 12 noon, 3 p.m., 5:20 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. SACRED HEART NOVENA— Sacred Heart Church, Columbus —Friday, 7:45 p.m. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION NOVENA St. Leo's church, Columbus Friday, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA St. John the Evange list Church, Columbus Sun days, 7:30 p.m. INFANT OF PRAGUE NO VENA Holy Family Church, Columbus Sundays, 7:30 p.m. OUR LADY OF FATIMA NO VENA—St. Aloysius Church, Co lumbus—Sundays 7:45 p.m. ST. ANTHONY NOVENA St. Joseph church, Dover, Tu»» day evenings, 7:00. Pastors are requested to noth fy the Catholic Times, PO Box 636, Columbus, when novena services are started or resumed in order to insure publication in this column.) BLUE \ALLEY BUTTER IS GOOD BUTTER That's Why Millions Use It New Basilica Of Lisienx 4 The Basilica of St. Therese of the Child Jesus, at Lisieux, France, (above) will be solemnly consecrated on Sunday, July 11, follow ing three days of ceremonies. On the final day, the basilica's 16 altars will be consecrated by 16 different countries, followed by among Peoples. Dominic Abbruzze.se. Mrs. A. B. Cashbaugh, Mrs. Paul F. Stormont. Mrs. Henry Kessler and Mrs. Cuono Pannella. Miss Mary Ellen McAn drews is in charge of decorations assisted by Miss Tillie Schroeder. Mrs. Olga Gaudieri is in charge of tables. The dressing room win be managed by Mrs, Harold J. Ingnam, assisted by Mrs. Joseph Finck Mrs. J. R. Jelly is in charge of publicity. The models for the occasion will Here’s why: Each tra cost. OVER 6,000,000 Cardinals and Archbishops from ceremony for Peace and Unity be these members of the parish council: Mrs. Richard Ducey. Miss Gail Huffman. Miss Beatrice Till, Mrs. Barbara Perry. 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A. i O E S Ml VERNON Sistr f'„t y Marie first grade teachci at St Vincent de Paul School, accepted the attendance award lor her class at the recent meeting of the PTA group Mrs. Dale White, president, was in charge of the meeting. Routine business was transacted and Mr. Carol VL hite. vice-president, presented a discussion on the value of the organization of a Cub Scout troop in the parish. The meeting was attended by 50 parents. Re freshments were served by the committee under the chairmanship of Mrs, Byron Sapp, assisted by Mrs. Louis Woodward. Mrs. John McDonough and Mrs Reno Bitzel. The next meeting will be lie.d Moi day, Feb. 8. Members of the St. Aloysius PTA are urged to attend the meeting to be held Sundav Jan. 24. at 2 30 p.m. in the school an nex. Sister Mary Denis SN.D. principal of the school, will in troduce Father Bennett Apple gate. Superintendent of Catholic schools of the diocese of Colum bus. He will present Sister Fran cois, S.N.D., who is the Director of the Diocesan Guidance Center, located at 246 E. Town St. Sister Francois will speak of the ur gent need for child guidance and the organization of the guidance clinic. Since the child's spiritual and mental welfare is of vital importance to every parent, in the tensions of present every day living, a good attendance is anticipated. NEW PHILADELPHIA Coun ty Health Educator. Paul Mico. wa guest speaker at the recent Sacred Heart PTA meeting presided over by Guido Civiello. Mr. Mice's talk dealt with the progress made in medicine through iesearch. and how', because of this, the life span greatly. He also urged everyone to take advantage of the chest x-ray service when the mobile unit comes to New Ph*ladeiphia. A re port was given on the services ien dered the pupils by the County Health Department. Plans were made for a bake sale to be held Saturday. Ji-n 23. De tails will be announced later. Mrs. John (Thon won the mystery box and the attendance banner went to Sister Bernarde's fifth grade. A social hour followed and lunch was served by the mothers of fifth giade pupils. OSHOCTON—Attorney Law rence Burns, Jr. was the speaker at the recent Sacred Heart PTA meeting in the school hall, with 68 present. Mr. Burns, who was presented by Mrs. William Lilja, program chairman gave an ex cellent talk on "Wills, and the Necessity Thereof. Mrs, Charles Bell, president, had charge ot the business meeting. Plans were completed for a social and card party to be held in the school hall, Saturday evening. Jan. 23. with Edward Michl caller. The attendance banner went to Sister Maiy Harold, teacher of the sec ond and third grades. Refresh ment- were served by the follow ing committee: Mrs.' Robert Mc Devitt. Mis. Thomas Judge. Mrs. Edvard Kiefer. Mrs. Forest Hud son. Mrs. Robert Kestler. Mrs. Joe Helbling, Mrs. John McKay, Mrs. Thoma- Hamilton Mrs. E. P. Hahn and Mrs. Ed. Wiggins. 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