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Games Novelties Refreshments 1954 AUTOMOBILE ON DISPLAY TRI-VILLAGE 17 Newsmen, Writers W in Christopher Honors NEW YORK (NC) Nine of 17 Christopher Literan Awards for the first six months of 1954 were won bv news papermen The remaining eight went to authors of books and magazine articles, Father James Keller, MM. director of the Christophers, announced here. Winners were cited for outstanding craftsmanship that re flected in a constructive wav how one individual used his God given talent in the communications field. All 17 will be pre sented with a bronze Christopher medallion bearing the in scription Better 1o light one can die than to curse the darkness." Irving Kravsow’s series, “De pravity for Children,” in the Hart ford (Conn.) Courant, was one ot three newspaper articles or series receiving an award. The articles showed how the average person can do si.mething positive to raise the standards of comic books. Frank Carey, Associated Press staffer, was honored for his article describing the life of Thomas E Murray, member of the United States Atomic Energy Commission Titled. "Servant to God and Atom, and appearing in the Louis ville Courier-Journal, Carey out lined Murray as a devout man who sees no conflict between the scientific development of nucleai weapons and God. Bernard D. Nossiter’s “A Thanx ful Mother Kneels Before Her God,” in the New York World-Tele gram, was the third winning arti cle. It told of Mrs. Lygia George scu's thankfulness to God that her two sons were released from Com munist Romania. Magazine article citations were given to Michael Scully's, "Ca ramba. I'm a Lucky Guy," pub lished in the February Reader's Digest “We Are Born to Be lieve," by Dr. M. Arthur Kline in the Ladies' Home Journal of May and Mary Ellen Kelly's, "Was I Chosen by God," in the Jun* issue of Woman's Hom* Companion. Book awards were given to lian Roth, Mike Connolly Gerold Frank for “I’ll Cry morrow” (Frederick Fell) Hein rich Harrer’s "Seven Tibet” (E P. Dutton & Georg? N. Schuster for gion Behind the Iron (The Macmillan Co.). Years in Co.) and his “Reli- Curtain” the Edward Marcus of Vork Times was cited for his car toon, "And Every Place That Mary Goes ,” in the January 13 Kirkpatrick Funeral Home Wa-hinitton C. R. 7777 New Holland 6521S “COIRTEOIS SERVICE” No Waiting Three Barber* Grandview Barber Shop* HI’. 8-1S8S Jin Ridolfe Ray Lilley 1827 W Sth Free Delirery a Medic*) Need* OSBORNES' PHARMACY lie* Craedeiew Are ht. s tin sr. i«2 KINGSWOOD LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 1 100^ Grandview Ave. “Ererythinn for Home Remodeling Dealer for Sherwin Williams Paints issue depicting a Red Chinese dragon following Russia's Molotov. Jack Knox of the Nashville iTe.nn.) Banner wa^ honored for the “Ham mer and Sickle and Wrecking Bar' cartoon publi-hed February 14 illustrating how the Communists are trving to split Western unity. A cartoon by Leo Joseph Roche ol the Buffalo Courier-Express, June 6 captioned. “A Right and Wrong Way,” stressed the necessity of parental discipline in controlling juvenile delinquency. Photo awards were made to Ira o s e n u of the Neu' York Herald-Tribune for his picture "So Tired” to Bruce Hopkins of the New York Daily Mirror for his photo “Dog Is Loyal to a Fault” and to U S. Coast Guard photo grapher George Hamkalo for bis picture “Good Friday in the Arc tic” whicn appeared in the Asbury Park (N. J.) Sunday Journal. Lil and To- ance oi non-segregated schools as it is legal machinery for enforce ment of law.” He reminded the audience of 200 people that the “separate but equal” rule was an nounced as the “law of the land” by the Supreme Court more than half a century ago, yet “equality in fact has in many districts not yet been approached. “The new ‘law of the land’ an nounced in 1954 will not enforce itself,” he continued. “We have to deal with the constant difference between the law in the books and the law in action.” William R. Ming. Jr., of Chicago, a member of the legal committee of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, disagreed with what he termed the “gloomy prophesy” of Mr. Leflar. Mr. Ming said the problem is “em- Of Interest To Vi omen The St. Francis Romana Society will meet Wednesday, Sept. 1. at 581 S. High St., beginning at 8 p. m. Refreshments and games will follow the meeting. Mrs. Clara Huntzinger will be chairman, sisted by Mrs. Lucille Hempal. Mrs. Anton Keller III has been elected president of the PCCW of Christ the King parish. Completing the new slate of officers are Mrs. J. D. Callahan, vice-president: Miss Mary Margaret Sliter, secretary and Mrs. John George, treasurer. They will assume office in Septem ber. Mrs. Page Mrs. Committee chairmen are Frank Amann, altar Mrs. Heise, religious activities Paul Miller. Catholic Charities Mrs. J. L. MacKinnon, internation al relations and social action Mrs. George De Nucci, program and Mrs. T. J. Quinn. Jr., publicity. How can you fall to make the kale? Gat money in scad* by using win* ad*. BUYERS GUIDE Ser.ieint the I'ri-Viilap. Area' Patrick Ruddy & Son Plumbing Service Quality Plumbio* Firturae 1SS4 W. let HU. 8.4218 HU. 8.1*12 Rod’ ReOoildint General yatt Boulevard Service & Sales Hl 8.14S* HU. S.R11S 24 Hoot Heovy Duty W reciter Servie* HU. 8-1113 Lillian Roth Heads Lillian Roth, prominent actress and a Catholic convert from. Judaism, has become the national chairwoman of the American Friends of Fatima, a lay group whose purpose is to spread de votion to ♦he Immaculate Heart of Mary. Pictured above. Miss Roth (right) inspects a model statue of the Immaculate Heart of Mary made by Father Thomas McGlynn, O.P., under the supervision of Lucy, th* only survivor of th* children to whom the Blesaed Mother appeared at Fatima in 1917. Looking on is Mis* Roth's husband, Thomas B. McGuire (lefts and Father McGlynn. Th* American Friends of Fatima ar* currently conducting a campaign to erect a large copy of this statu* at th* basilica in Fatima. Panelists Disagree On Time Required For Desegregation CHICAGO (NC) A New York University law professor's statement that “there may be school districts not complying with the 1954 Supreme Court (segregation' decision 25 years from now'." was challenged by another of the panelists at Loyola University's seminar on public school desegregation. The law professor. Robert A- Leflar, a former associate justice of the Arkansas Su preme Court, said that “the problem is as much a matter of public education toward accept- inently simple and evolves around the question of whether we intend to enforce the law.” He agreed that non-segregation in schools was a problem for the community, not necessarily the law. and said that it is an acute prob lem for the North as well as the South. “Influences for social acceptance of this new policy should be found in our schools, churches of all re ligions. (he family, trade unions, social and athletic clubs and news papers.” Mr. Ming asserted. He further advised that unless this law is to be ignored, every cit izen in the U.S. must lake steps to undo the maintenance of the sep arate school system v. Rich has pre vailed from 1865 to 1954. Mr. Ming said that th* U.S. is paying a hug* price for its pol icy of segregation, citing the loss of respect of other nations, th* high cost of maintaining two school systems in certain sections of the country, and th* co*t of relief and penitentiary upkeep for those not adequately pre pared for life by a decent edu cation. Another panelist. Father Robert C. Hartnett. S.J.. editor of America, natitonal Jesuit weekly, stated that the integration of the various races making up the body of Amer ican citizens is the most serious social problem the U.S. faces “The fact that we have so long tried to evade this problem, and still try to evade it. means that we shall have to redouble our efforts if we are to avoid at catastrophe.” as in At their recent meeting the school hall, members of the Parish Council of St. Thomas the Apostle parish voted Mrs. Leo Hammerstein president of the organization. Other newly elected officers and chairmen are: Mrs. J. H. Hardgrove. Cath olic Charities Miss Joan Mc Donough, religious activities Mrs. Robert Leister, social ac tion Mrs. Oliver Rayner, inter national relations Mrs. Joseph Lisska. PTA: Mrs. Anthony Schil ling. secretary: and Mrs. Mary D. Coleman, publicity. Father Hartnett said nobody can deny that “the South has unques tionably very grave problems to manage in the process of desegre Rating its educational system,” and added: "Th* only issue is whether all Americans, North, Best, South end West, ire going to accept the Christian and democratic truth that color cannot be, of end by -itself, reason for discrimin ating between American*. It can not be, and until we accept that truth w» are neither fully Chris tian nor fully American." He said that racial integration is “at least as necessary in Chicago and Detroit as it is in New Or leans and Atlanta.” “American citizens by the mil lions are colonial minded in their own communities,” Father Hart nett said. “Some don’t want their children to sit next to Negroes. Chinese and Mexicans in school. They refuse to live in lhe same neighborhood with them. In a word, they are unChristian and undemo cratic toward millions of their own fellow-citizens, while beckoning colored peoples throughout the world to stand firm against com munism under the banner of de Her* sandwich is just important a* whole dinner KAT AT DOERSAM'S 11-12-14 W BROAD KT COLUMBUS. OHIO mocracy. This is hypocrisy. It is falling flat on its face.” George S. Mitchell of Atlanta, director of ouncil, a which has acceptance schools in former Judge Leflar that certain school districts would be slow io observe the Supreme Court sion. but he pointed out that districts would be complying sooner than would have thought possible five years the Southern Regional Southern organization been preparing for lhe of non segregated the South, agreed with E. H. “Corley” LeFever deci many much been ago. mVAMW-MAUMMV Consecration Of Spain To Mary Set Oct. 12 ZARAGOZA. Spain The act of consecration will take place at the close of a Marian Con greM which will open Oct. 7 and include many impressive religious ceremonies as well as Marian lec tures and discussions, and the per formance of plays dealing with the life and prerogatives of the Bless ed Virgin. Zaregosa, seat ef a diocese which dates back to the coming of St. James the Apostle to Spain, was chosen as the site of the Mar ian Congress and of th act of consecration to Mary in defer ence to th* ancient tradition that the Blessed Mother appeared in the flesh there to St. James be fore her Assumption in heaven. Zaragoza the cap time. the During he Congress, will figuratively become ital of Spain. For the first Council of Ministers, presided over by Generalissimo Francisco Franco will hold sessions in the capital city of the Zaragoza province. The meeting of lhe Spanish government here will signify not only official cooperation in the Marian Year event, but aril! be marked by dis cussion* of problems "aving to do particularly with the Aragonese, re gion of the province. Preparatory services lor the act of consecration will all the churches of eve of the will shine lages in Mother. take place in Spain on the Festival lights cities and vil to the Blessed feast day. in towns, tribute At ih* moment that th* nation is solemnly consecrated to her, the bell* of churches, shrines and chapels throughout th* land will peal forth in joyous acclaim. The con«ecrat'on ceremony on the feast of Our Lad. of lhe Pilar will take place before an altar which is being built in the Plaza of the Cathedrals and will be cov ered bv an ancient canopy. The Zaragoza cathedral is dedicated to the Saviour, hut shares its ranks with ihe Basilica of Our l^ady of the Pilar, believed to have origin ated in a chapel built by the Apos tle James. The title. 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