Clipped From The Chronicle-Telegram
St. Mary's P.-T.A. Hear Writer i i i : | p I I I- Jo*rph Brelf St. Mary's P.T.A. will have ai its gucit speaker at its next meeting. Thursday, Nov. 21. a gifted writer, reporter and editor, in the persr.n of Joseph Brelg of Cleveland. For ten years Mr. Breig was reporter for the Sun-Telegraph in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, during which he ran the gamut of reportorial experiences. Ho hai written, to use hig own words, "M kinds of things for magazines, magazines, including short stories, articles, articles, controversy, polemics, prose poetry, and whnt-not." He Is now assistant -managing editor of v the Catholic Universe Bulletin and columnist columnist for the Catholic Press Union. His talk on Thursday evening will begin at 9 p. m. and will be free to the public. The subject will be, "What's a Catholic?" and if he speaks as he writes, he should bring out some interesting sidelights on this,subject. The meeting will be hfld, as usual, usual, in the Parish Hall of St. Mary's church.