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Monsignor Schieder said the re port meant that ‘‘the time has come when we adults must become Book Shop Ann“ jfafA I Portsmouth, Ohio Medals & Chains Miraculous 18” sterling silver chains with clasp. 4.50 4-Way 24” and 26” sterling silver endless chains 4.00 to 6.00 Shop 9:15 To 5:30 Phone 2-1211 ... E. H. RUSSELL GLASS CO. 1106 Gallia St. PORTSMOUTH. OHIO “Give Us a Break* SINGER SEWING CENTER Now is the time to buy SOC Chfllieethe 8t. Phene 1-8661 LEE'S WATCH REPAIR MINFORD, OHIO Next door to the Post Office If you haven't been reading the want ads, you have been losing money. Read them one profit. SEAGRAVES ELECTRIC COMPANY Electric Wiring of all Kinds Phone 3-4351 1661 11th St. BICYCLES HOLMAN CYCLE SHOP Gasoline Engines, Parts and Service 17th and Grandview Phone 3-3891 Open Evenings until 8 STEWART’S DRUG STORE ORIGINAL CUT RATE Drugs 1 Prescriptions 904 GALLIA PH. 2447 PORTSMOUTH, OHIO C. Herrman & Sons Co. MEAT MARKETS I eighth and Murray St 913 Gallia St Phon. 8399 and 465 Phono 2840 Robert Cox Royal Cleaners Pick Up and Delivery Service 1644-11th St. Phone 63071 REAL ESTATE REALTOR Sales Rentals Loans List Your Property With Us DIAL 6-7991 If No Answer Call 4-7189 ED KIZER 1212 2nd Portsmouth For Quick Winter Starting AUTOLITE And FIRESTONE BATTERIES Town And Country Winter Tread TIRES SHOP and SAVE at WALTON SUPER SERVICE 2nd at Scioto River Bridge Phone 3-5801 outh Battles Many Obstacles In Daily Life, Priest Stresses WASHINGTON (NC) The kids haven’t done so badly after all, one of the nation’s best known Catholic Youth leaders said in effect here in expressing his reaction to the in terim report of the Senate subcomittee investigating juvenile delinquency. “I am surprised at the comparatively few juveniles that have gone before the na tion’s courts ... considering the soul-ravishing obstacles that are mounting daily for our youth, and the sad lack of respon sibility on the part of parents and adults toward youth,” said Msgr, Joseph E. Schieder, director of the Youth Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference. brutally honest with ourselves and youth.” Calling tha condition of adult society "sad," Monsignor Schiod or, who tastifiod before the Sen ate subcommittee last year, said it must be remembered that the divorce rate in this country has skyrocketed in the past two decades or so. Not too many years ago, he said, the divorce rate was approximately one in fifteen marriages, whereas today it is about one in every two-and-a-half marriages. Pointing to other factors he felt were “soul ravishing obstacles” for today’s youth, he said it must be kept in mind also that pornograph ic materials and indecent liter ature are “the common bill of fare” for any child or youth who wishes to indulge in them. He contrasted this situation with the turn of the century when such material was “practically un known” for juvenile consumption. The subcommittee report, in dealing with obscene materials, had said that children are one of the prime targets of the industry which produces pornography, and Catholic Students To Stage Protest Strike in Belgium BRUSSELS—(NC* A second one-day strike of Catholic students and teachers in Belgium’s public and Catholic schools was called for here to protest against the govern, ment’s educational policies. The strike was scheduled for March 25 at a meeting of the Ca tholic Committee for Freedom and Democracy, attended by some 10, 000 leaders of various Catholic or ganizations. Ths strike is to bo a part of four-woek protest campaign to get the Socialist-Liberal govern ment to restore full subsidies to Catholic schools. In the first one-dav school strike, which took place last Nov. 24, an estimated 1,000,000 students stayed out of school. Approximately 30, 000 Catholic lay teachers also par ticipated. As part of the new campaign, the Catholic People’s Party, the largest single party in the county, has agreed to break off all rela tions with the government during the protest period. At Its meeting here, the Com mittee for Freedom and Democ racy asked every Catholic par ish in the nation to plan a pro test demonstration. It also called on its own district committees to organise counter-demonstrations wherever a ceremony is held at which a cabinet minister Is to bo present. One such counter-demonstration has already been staged. Recently Premier Achille Van Acker and Minister of Education Leo Collard were expected to attend the lay ing of the cornerstone of a public school in Bruges. They did not show up. But the demonstration took place anyway. It's DOLLAR for your dollars 2 Convenient Locations which does a business amounting to something between 100 and 300 million dollars a year. "Religion, for the modern-day youth," said Monsignor Schieder in reference to another obstacle, "is frequently considered old fashioned and we are extremely careful to have divorced it from our general education program even to the point where releas ed time programs' of religious instruction, wherein a child or youth may worship according to tho dictates of his own con science, are outlawed in many areas of the country." The Senate subcommittee, pre dicting that at the present rate of increase, it is quite possible that by 1960, some 1,700,000 young sters will get into trouble with the police and about 785,000 of them will go to court, added: “The challenge is to prevent as many as possible of these children from taking the first wrong turn on the road to waywardness and to somehow turn those who do back onto the right track.” In his remarks, Monsignor Schieder suggested four solutions to be followed: “1) Introduce youth to Almighty God through proper religious training. “2) Emphasize the grave respon sibility attendant upon marriage. “3) Recognize the fact that in the home and in the home alone —not a youth center or play ground, can a child or youth be properly reared. “4) Have courage on the part of our lawmakers to place laws on the books that will stop the flow of indecent movies, filthy literature and pornographic materials that are rampant today simply because our lawmakers are fearful of the billions of dollars that spell power and control these industries.” In a special section of its inter im report, the subcommittee dealt with juvenile delinquency on In dian reservations. It said that “slum-like” condi tions on Indian reservations amounted to major contributions to the rising rate of delinquency among Indian youths. One example of poor living con ditions included in the subcom mittee report showed that in the Standing Rock Reservation in North and South Dakota, the av erage yearly family income is $767 and 61 per cent of the families live in log cabins, predominantly one-room affairs. The subcommittee strongly rec ommended that the Indians be giv en better housing, urged that steps be taken to raise the economic lev el of Indian families, give them better health protection and in crease the law enforcement agen cies on the reservations. -----------------o----------------- CINCINNATI, Ohio (NC) The eighth annual Xavier Univer sity Family Life Conference, sched uled April 1-3, will have as its principal speaker Father John L. Thomas, S.J., of the institute of social order at St. Louis University it has been announced here by Robert F. Cissell, director. 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The Diamond Store of Merion MAY’S DIAMONDS WATCHES Marion’s Oldest Jewelers i RALPH'S Hub Bar and Grill WHERE SPORT FANS MEET* I 131 S. Main Phone 3-9989i Marion, Ohio I I I I, Waa Now 8.2 Refrigerator 3264. 8185. 10.4 Refrigerator 3309. 3249. 8.8 Refrigerator 3369. 3265. Automatic Defrosting 10.2 Refrigerator 3429. 3275. Automatic Defrosting PLUS YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR FREEZERS 7 eu. ft. Chest Type 82*9. 3189. 12 cu. ft Chest Type 8419. 3’89. 20 eu. ft Chest Type -—573. 3389. Fairchild's GULF SERVICE S. Prospect St. Dial 3-9994 Miami. Ohio HOWARD & VERNON BAKER Plumbing & Heating Pump Work A Specialty 630 Oak St. Dial 2-8904 OPEN HOUSE, 625 N. Greenwood St Now Open For Your Inspection. The Contemporary By Metropolitan. WILLIAM WILSON SR.. 137 S. High St., Ph. 2-5715. Associated with A. S. Daniels, Broker. Four Ohio seniors will represent the College of St. Mary of the Springs in the currant WHO'S WHO IN AMERICAN COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES. The student* were selected on the basis of leadership, scholarship, end service to school and community. Those selected, pictured above left to right, are Kay Hoxbach, Salem nursing major, president of the Camillian Club and vice-president of the Student Nurses Association of Columbus Patricia Fallon, Columbus English major, president of ♦he senior class and of the Ohio-Kentucky region of NFCCS Eleanor Porchetti. Columbus musk major, president of the college glee club, and Nancy Russ. Youngstown education major, student governor. MARION These business firms deserve your patronage. Use this section as a guide when buying. Friday. March 18.1955 THE CATHOLIC TIMES—7 Springs Represented hi College ‘Who’s XS ho’ MARION CAR I AGE Local and coast-to-coast moving Low independent rates. Agent Ste vens Van Lines. 893 Wilson Ave. Dial 2-2747___________________ ALLIED VAN LINES Im RITZ BAR & GRILL tn Marian You can get the best Italian Spa. ghetti, Ravoli, Italian Pitta. Good Steaks & Chicken and HOME MADE PASTERIES. it' DENNY MALLOY’S BEER and WINE STORE 141 N. Main St. Next Door State Liquor Store FAST, FREE DELIVERY TILL 11:00 P.M. 2-1522 BEER ALE WINES DRIVE-IN PARKING IN REAR Dry Cleaners Painting Decorating harraman dry cleaners 288 E. Church St _______ Marion 2-1627_______ Furniture Stores GROLL'S—WALDO Authorized Dealers Conxider H. Willett Fine Solid Cherry and Solid Maple Furniture Open Tom.. Thur... and Sgt Till 9 LANDSCAPING Scout TREE Service CODY HARTMAN. Owner 28 year's experience. Free estimate*. 641 Oak St Dial 2-7472 Evening* MOVING—STORAGE—PACKING MOVING Local, also trailers for rent, two and four-wheel, all types, hitch fur nished. Move yourself, save 333'a. Dial 2-1763, 197 S. Prospect St. PAINTING and DECORATING. Many Year- of Satisfactory Workj Reverse Calls. Daugherty Brothen. Phone 3727 after 5:30 p.m. Richwood, O. PLUMBERS SEWERS A DRAINS F. E. Robinson Plumbing Heating Power Digging 232 S. High Dial 8-1774 Electric Roto-Rooter Sewer and Drain Service. 592 E. George St. Marion 2-2726 RELIGIOUS ARTICLES A 126 Oak St Dial 2-2537 Television Antennas Installed & Repaired John & Bob Paulus PET SHOP Beautiful Bab? Parakeets KA YLEE PET SHOP 543 S. Prospect St Dial 24)596 GLADYCE LINN Realtor Ph. 3-6865 SHOP AND SAVE Finn Furniture For The Homs V .Soys 0 Ryi 1 7rude (h Lennon's THRIFT MARKET 129 S. Main St. rion, O. Ph. 21725 Mar ion'• Old eat Established Produce Center sccoceeocooeooeocxxaoocc we will dabver yea a asw 1954 Senas 159 Chevrelet S Door Sedan for ____________________________ Religious Gift «s Truly Appreciated. Benson Elchert Religious Shop 328 Silver St- Marion. Ohio SHOES Smart & Waddell GOOD SHOES for nearly 50 years. E. Center 118 S. Mein 137 WRIGHT Transfer & Storage Co. AGENT TELEVISION REPAIR Ph. 27684 Ph. 2-4691 576 E. Church 437 Oak St. Television Antennas RONALD W. 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