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Gallia and Broadway Streets Christian Lumber Co. 1403—4th St. Phone 6443 West Portsmouth Ohio ECHO CLEANERS ONE-DAY SERVICE Pick-Up and Delivery Licensed Agent For MOTH-SAN 1762 12th Street Phone 2-7321. Portsmouth, Ohio HOME Off Streei Parking Phone 47831 Young Reader Finds ‘’Times’ Valuable A letter of commendation was received by the editor of Tho Catholic Timos from a young reader last week. The letter, which pointed out just why the reader found the Times a valuable publication, was written bv a seventh grader at St. Mary School, Chillicothe. On of her chief reasons for reading the Times, according to 12-year-old Sharon Betz, is be cause “it gives a true picture of happenings in the world. In this day of ours we need all the true enlightenment we can get." The letter follow’s in full: Dear Editor: I am an ardent reader of the “Catholic Times.” I thinly it is one of the b»st pieces of reading materia) that 1 have access to. Bishop -Sheen's column is one of my favorite columns. I like the world news in the paper since it gives a true pic ture of happenings in the world. In this day of ours we need all the true enlightenment we can get. I like the movie guide also wjhich helps me to see only clean and decent movies. Many times I find articles in your paper w hich help me in my school work. I thank you for editing the “Catholic Times.’ God bless you! Yours truly, Sharon Betz —o—--------------- Intellectual Road Minister Look into Church is Traced NEW YORK—(NC) The dis unity of the Protestant denomin ations was- one of the major con siderations which led a former Congregational minister to begin his study of the teaching of the Church. Oliver Barres, who with his minister-wife. Marjorie, became Catholics last year, outlined the history of his intellectual conver sion in “One Shepherd. One Flock.” published by Shccd and Ward here. The book outlines nine months of his uncertitude about the teachings of the true Church. He attended in 1954 the World Coun cil of Churches’ Evanston Assem bly. where he reports, he saw Protestant leaders of all shades of belief wrestling with the prob lem of one unity, one Church.” The first part of his odyssey closed on Decemcber 9. 1954. On that day he wrote that he decided he would resign his Connectitcut pastorate after Easter, having waited ‘‘just to be sure I’m sure.” Also included in the book is a section called Catholicism or Chaos, which is “this poor man's apologia ... an objective carv ing of Roman doctrine.” o---------------- Pope Greets Indians On Their Republic Day NEW DELHI—(NO—His Holi ness Pope Pius XII offered prat ers and good wishes for the In dian people on the occasion of the sixth anniversaary of the es tablishment of the Indian Re public. 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Third, the Catholic Church in Burma, far from divid ing the citizens, espouses (he cause of national solidarity.” Prime Minister U Nu spoke at a reception for the Papal Legate, His Eminence Valerian Cardinal Gracias. Archbishop of Bumbay. Nice Things Happening lo Jackpot Winner NEW YORK—(NC)—Fame plus $100,000 and several other nice things have come to George L. Wright. 3rd. a freshman at St. Agnes' High School here. Fame and the $100,000 came to the 14-year-old on “The Big Surprise" television program. His category was magic, current events, Bach, science, baseball and popular music of the 1920’s. From the $100,000 that the boy won, i‘ has been estimated that when Uncle Sam and the State of New York get through taking tax bites at his prize, he will have about $25,000 left. An offer of a four-year schol arship has come to the boy from John Carroll University in Cleve land. The boy and his family were former ‘‘next-door neigh boys” of the Cleveland Univer sity. It also was disclosed that the boy and his two ukelele-strum ming, singing buddies will ap pear at the Mardi Gras in New Orleans as guests of the Catholic Youth Organization there. The three also appeared on the Perry Cor o show on February 11. ____ Rast Homes ___ __ RIVERVIEW MANOR convalescent Home lot aged and infirm Ph Wm Erasure Lucasville 3691 for rates STEWART’S DRUG STORE ORIGINAL CUT RATE Drug* PreserlpHan* 904 GALLIA PH 2447 PORTSMOUTH OHIO Dr. Ci»—‘ Stockham CHIROPRACTOR 4302 Gallia St. New Boston Ohio Phone: Boston 523 C. Herrin an & Sons Co. MEAT MARKETS 8th and Murray Phone 3209 and St. 913 Gallia St 865 Phone 2860 /•ooocosocooocrrx’ocGoosx IDEAL MILK CO. & PORTSMOUTH DIAL 3-2951 UOGOCOGGOCOOCCOGOCCCOOV Isabelle Greene HOUSE OF FASHION Home Owned Dresses, Formal*, Bridals 707-Sixth Street Phono 2-0307, Portsmouth, Ohio .z Teresa Cronewett, right, a senior at St. Joseph's Academy, is congratulated on her winning Tb School Press Project entry by Mrs. Joan Kules, school health representative tor the Tuber culosis Society. Mrs. Kules is a member of Immaculate Conception Parish. Teresa's entry was chosen as fourth place winner. More than 190 students from Franklin County participated. RANGOON Burma (NC) Prime Minister U Nu told the first National Eucharistic Con gress here that the “Catholic Church has been an ideal church in Burma.” Polish Bishop Reported to Be Seriously HI BERLIN (NC) Auxiliary Bishop Anthony Baraniak of Gniezno was mot cd from a Cra cow prison to the Salesian mon astery in Mar.*zalki near Poznan by the Polish!Red-, at the end of December, according to reports reaching here. Bishop Baraniak is said to le gravely ill because of mistreat ment suffered at the hands ot his communist captors. Reports from Poland say that he was cruelly tortured. His jailers, however, were unable to break his resist ance and he has refused to sign a ‘“confession.” Because of the tortures he underwent the Bishop was re ported to have become serious ly ill mentally and physically. Early last year ’here were re ports of his death. Bi-hon Baraniak wa- arrested by the Polish Reds in September. 1953 a few days after the arrest of His Eminence Stephen Cardin al Wyszenski. Primate of Poland. He was rcportcdlv charged with “espionage harmful to the peo pie’s democracy.” Never publicly “tried.” the Bishop was sentenced to jail for 12 years. Besides Bishop Baraniak, nine other Polish Bishops have been arrested by the Rods and pre 'ented from carrying out their duties One of these. Bishon Kacz marek. was “tried” and sentenced to jail He has since been given conditional freedom, hut has not been able to resume his post. (Hiio--------- News In Brief CINCINNATI Foi the first time in at least 10 vears, the mix e marriage ratio in the Cincin nati archdiocese ha.-, dropped be low one-third the total number of marriages, according to the annual Chancery Office report. CINCINNATI From a neat little basement room of St. Clare's Convent, Provincial headquarters of the Sisters of the Poor of St. Francis at Cin cinnati, more than 6,000.000 prayer cards have been mailed in the past 25 years to help people—particularly non-Cath dies—live and die in a state of grace. The sisters reported that in 1955 close to 700 000 copies of “My Daily Prayer” were distributed by the cun vent. HOPEDALE A “do-it-your self” project by Sacred Heart parishioners here will result in a residence for their first full time pastor. Since last June, when Sa cred Heart mission became a pal ish. Father Howard T. Litts and men of the community have been busy working on a rectory. Mean while, women of the parish have served meals to men on the job. CLEVELAND The entire free world ought to make a clean break with the Soviet slave world. Louis Budenz, one time editor of the Communist Daily Worker, said here last week. The break. Budenz said, s’ juld be led by the U.S., and followed by an aggressive free world drive to toople the al ready unsound Red economy. CLEVELAND St. Alexis Hospital last week announced the purchase of the Schaeffler Bible College property, its next-door neighbor for 67 yearj. at a cost of $275,000. The several buildings on the property will be used to help meet the hospital’s future development needs. Licenced Bunded VISIT OUR SHOWROOM Youth Notes Young Adults, CYO Councils Set Plans for Fiesta Week Programs for the Fiesta week of the diocese which is celebrated every year beginning with Easter Monday are being made by both the Young Adult and CYO Councils of the Central Deanery. The Fiesta celebration is the tradi tional post-1-enten effort of the youth to raise funds for the de velopment of the youth program. It also is the annual city-wide post Lenten social celebration. The CYO the finals basketball show and Adult council is planning tenta tively to schedule a headpin tour nament in addition to the regu lar social program. social celebration calls for of the annual CYO tournament, a variety a social. Tho Young The Young Adult Council of the central deanery will sponsor a Day of Recollection Sunday. Feb 29. at St Aloysius parish Columbus. The conferences will be given by Father harlc- Foci ler. assistant pastor All club members and other interested young adults are invited to make the Day of Recollection w ich be gins at 2:00 m. All young adults are encour aged and urged to attend th? Lenten Forum Series sponsored by the Y'oung Adult Council be ginning Thursday. Feb. 23. at the Virginia Hotel The time is 8.15 p. m. The topic and the program topics for the whole series will be found on the front page of this issue of the Catholic Times. Young Adult members will lead the effort on the part of the Ca thoiic Youth the CYO and of the city to badges of the ball club. The Catholic Youth Or ganization along with the Boy Scouts of America and the Colum bus Boys Club will begin the sale of these badges on March 24 and will profit from the amount received on the sale of badges. Junior Jet badges allow young people of school age to enter the Columbus Stadium free of charge when accompanied by an adult at most of (lie Columbus Jets baseball games. They an not honored on opening day. Sunday or special nights. Any CYQ. so dality or parish giadc *chool Bureau to interest grade school youth sell the Junior Jet Columbus Jet Base- Helps lo Restore Peace in Bom ba v BOMBAY. India—(NC) His Eminence Valerian Cardinal Gra cias. Archbishop of Bombay, was a key figure in efforts which led to the restoration ot peace in his See city. Rioting broke out in many parts of Bombay after a govern ment decision to transfer the ad ministration of the city to central government in New Delhi The riots took a heavy toll of lives. By unofficial estimates as many as 400 were killed. The Cardinal signed an appeal to the citizens of Bombay to ob serve a specified day as a day of prayer for the return of peace and goodwill. Earlier Cardinal Gracies led a mass prayer campaign in his churches in atonement for the in surrection. o----------------- Academy to Stage "’Bernadette- The senior class o St. Mary of the Springs Academy w ill present “Soir' of Bernadette on Friday, Feb. 24, 8 p.m.. in the Little The ater ot Erskine Hall on the cam pus. The play, adapted from the novel by Franz W rfel. is the story of a French girl whose name was immortalized by the appearance to her of the Blessed Virgin in a grotto neai Lourdes. France. The lead will be taken by Bar bara Froehlich as Bernadette. As sisting parts are phvcc by Mar gie Harris. Sister Marie Therese Vauzouo Marianne Lynch. Jeanne Abadie Kathy Fishei Marie Sou birous Lee Miller. Dean Peyra male Judie Shepard. Louise Sou birous: and John De Felice. Fran cois Soubirous. Tickets may be purchased from any pupil of Sain Mary of the Springs or at the do on the eve ning of the performance. —o---------------- MONTREAL. Que. (NO—Mo tion picture censors of the Mont real province have withdrawn the film ‘The Wild One.” starring Marlon Brando, from circulation. Reason for the withdrawal was listed as the bad effect on youth of the province. It was reported that some Montreal youths band cd into “leather jacket” gangs and that a number of disorders had been attributed to such or ganizations. ALWAYS WINNER.' CHECKER CAS ZACK’S Plumbing & Heating, Inc. Commercial Industrial Residential Complete Repair Service New Installations Remodeling AM. 3-0109 3021 Indianola Ave basketball team or cities club is invited to take part in this pro gram The organizations selling the badge- will be entitled to a share of the receipts. TFPMITFC II New Lexington CERTIFIED Refrigeration Service Waiter Carney Naw Lexington, O. 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