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(hat has the knockout and technical knockout as goals, gives credit for punching powei and caters to the brutishness of the spectators' is morally wrong, the Rev Eugene Hillmann, c.S.Sp of St. Mary’s Seminary. o u a I k. Conn., contends. Father Hillniaiitis virus are pressed in an article, The Moral ily of Boxing.'’ which appears in theological Studies, a periodical of the American Jesuit Theological Faculties, edited at Woodstock Col lege here. I be article deal- only with the moral aspects of boxing. Since boxing has lor its aim de pining a man of hi- consciousness. Father Hillmann asserts, it can he allowed only for very grave rea sons. bid certainly not for any amount of money. He invites op ponents of his views tc consider how much a tighter on the verge of a knockout i.% like a drunk n man and to compare the morality of (he two situations. The real danger of physical in jury, especially u. the brain, is cited by Father Hillmann as an other reason tor outlawing box ing Father Hillmann says that in jury to the body without a pro portionatelv grave reason is a vio lation of the Filth Commandment —Thou shall not kill. Father Hillman says that years ago the danger was not so great because skill predominated over punching power. He said that a punch to the head by a 140 pound Arcliabbol Alfred Dies LATROBE. Pa —The Rt Rev. Al fred Koch, O.S.B., S.T.D., who served as Archabbot of St. Vincent Archabbey and president of St. Vincent College. America's oldest Benedictine foundation, from 1930 to 1949, died at the Archabbey Nov. 7 alter a prolonged illness. He was 72 years ot age. Solemn pontifical Mass of Re quiem was ottered at St. Vincent Archabbey church Nov. 13. Inter ment was in the St. Vincent ceme tery. -------------------o----------------- N. (.ollejje l« Monument VATICAN CITY (NC) The buildings ot the North American College in Rome's Via dell ‘I'm ilta. where since 1859 more than 1.000 Americans prepared tor their priestly work in U S. dioceses, have been officially classified as an his torical and artistic monument. Tins will also insure the buildings against being atiected by zoning measures that might require de molition ot all or part ot the prem ises to make room tor planned new thoroughfares or other purposes. -------------------o------------------ Huh Name Election Held Officers of the Holy Name So ciety of St. Cecilia s parish. Colum bus. recently elected are: Jacob Stage, president Elmer Reinhard, vice president, and Joseph Rein hard, secretary. -------------------o-----------:------- Rosary HNS Meets The Rev. George Buchmann. No tary of the Diocesan Tribunal, was scheduled to speak at the Nov 15 meeting ot the Holy Name So ciety of Holy Rosary pai ish. Co lumbus. Spring* Relenipered and Rearclird Broken Faria Quickie Replaced Mam 2»«2 J. J. Pa.bar COLUMBUS AUTO SPRING CO. SCI ER SERVICE 333 U hi Rich Street Ol.l MBI 3. OHIO ig Is Morally Iniiirv Danner lightei according to tests, ma' have the impact of 600 pound- and that headgears have been proven to have little etfoti in preventing cer tain types of brain injury Father Hillmann cites the observation of a doctor to the effect that it is “probable that no head blow taken with impunity and that each knockout causes definite and jr reparable damage -------------_—o—.. \rab \ations Mav Shil To Ked rl■ I AI RO Egypt ~(\Ci- Egypt and oi her Near East Arab count ne ar e slowly but steadily shitting to ward the Soviet orbit as result ot the differences existing between them and Great Britain. A corn mercial agreement between Egypt and Russia has already been reach ed and a treaty of friendship and non aggi ession between the two countries is now under study. Gen. Augustin Guillaume, French Resi dent General in Morocco, comment ing on this new policy, said that Middle Eastern countries do not realize what is in store lor them. Another indication of this new pro Sov iet tr end is found in the fact that the Egyptian government, contrary' to its former attitude, has authorized the departure of a dele gallon representing the ‘‘Commit tee for the Defense of Peace” to attend the Soviet sponsored “World Peace Council” meeting in Vienna. o------------------- St. al hari iir'- Parish Plan- Breakfast Sunday The Holy Name Society of St. Catharine parish. Columbus, will hold a Communi n Breakfast next Sunday, Nov. 18. in the school cafeteria alter the 7:30 mass, re placing the regular monthly meet ing. The breakfast will also close the Mission that is being held this week for the men and boys, of the -parish. Conducts Solemn Coreno Dodge Plymouth Used Cars Trucks 3241 N. High Street, Columbus, LA. 1115 5 MINUTES FROM DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES At the Chelsea, every guest room is a large outside room, with its own private bath All are beautifully decorated and designed for comfort A truly outstanding downtown hotel perfect for those who wish to be mid-city, and yet prefer a quiet home like atmosphere The Chelsea is near-Radio Center, Hunting ten Library, Forest Lawn Memorial Park, China City, Movie Studios, Beaches. Rates from 5100 Beautiful New Coffee Shop Now Open 5 0 4 BONNIE THE CATHOLIC TIM E S FRIDAY, NOV EM E 1951 1 Solemn Novena devotions in hon or of the feast of the Miracu lous Medal will be held at St. Mary Magdalene Church, Colum bus, beginning November 19 and closing November 27. These de votions will be conducted by the Reverend John Fisher, above, a priest of the Vincentian Order. Each day preceding the feast of the Miraculous Medal Mass and Novena devotions will be held at 8 a.m. and Novena exercises at 3 and 7:30 p.m ADAMS 7857 The Hayden Press Print era 21 West Main St. olumhup. Ohio Reasonable Prices TRENOR MOTOR SALES BRAE Orphans Of 7 he Storm IN ITALY War orphans, thousands of them, most of them poorly clothed, grateful for your past generosity, hope you will again send them some clothing through Wer Relief Services—National Catholic Welfare Conference. For this purpose the Catholic Bishops of the United States have set aside the week of November 18-25, 1951, for the Thanksgiving Clothing Collection, in all the parishes. Recognition of God Asked In Puerto Rican Constitution SAN JUAN. Puerto Rico—(NC)— Puerto Rico's two Bishops have again called for public recognition of God in the country's proposed constitution in a statement pub lished in Diario de Puerto Rico, secular daily here. The two Ordinaries are Bishop Janies Pt Davis of San Juan and Bishop James McManus. C. SS.R., of Ponce. Their statement also asks that Christian principles be followed in 'social legislation. Church-state relations, education and legislation concerning chari table institutions. ‘The preamble must explicitly acknowledge the Christian tradi tion of the people of Puerto Rico and their subordination to God as the Supreme Legislator,” the Bish ops declare. Any reference to religious mat ters they add. must follow' the language of the first amendment to the Constitution of the United Slates, which guarantees freedom of worship to every one and es tablishes separation between the Church and State. All social benefits for the aged, poor. sick, orphans and students should be legislated without draw ing a distinction between those in Montreal Stores W ill Close On Holidays of Obligation MONTREAL—(NO—The mu nicipal council, by a vote of 61 to 29. has ruled that retail stores, now obliged to close on Sundays, must also close on six holydays of obligation. The holydays are New Year's, Epiphany, Ascension. All Saints, the Immaculate Conception and Christmas. The vote came after three hours of debate on a recommendation of the Executive Committee of the city. A majority of two-thirds was necessary to pass the measure, and the final vote was just one vote more than necessary. This was the second time that this proposal had been before the city council. In July. 1950. a sim ilar recommendation had been fa vored by a 45 to 32 vote, but the necessary two-thirds majority was lacking. The new regulation does not ap ph to theaters, drug stores, flor ists. tobacconists, confectioner' shops and news stands, which also are Sllowed to remain open on Sundays. The council had before it copies ot a letter from Archbishop Paul Emile Leger of Montreal, to Mayor Cainillien Houde. pointing out that such a law would make it easier for the people of Montreal— in a vast majority Catholics—to fulfill their religious obligations on the holydays. Archbishop Leger also voiced confidence that this gesture would call down upon the city the protec public or private institutions, the statement says. It also asks the Puerto Rican government to exempt from pay ment of taxes institutions devoted to religious, charitable and educa tional aims, as well as church cemeteries. "Education mut be directed to ward the fullest development of the human person and toward a strengthening of respect for human rights and for fundamental mor als.” the Bishops declare. "Parents have priority of rights in deciding the kind of education required by their children.” Legislation which prevents pri vate schools from receiving any form of government assistance, the Bishops state, is discriminatory. It denies to certain groups equality of treatment because of religious factors. The result is that though freedom of worship is guaranteed by the U. S. Constitution, these Supreme Court decisions work against this freedom they add. If they did not maintain their system of private institutions, Bishops Davis and McManus .^y. they would open th*» way for a so cialized state with the consequent collapse of private initiative and free government. tion of Providence in the difficult times through w’hich the world was passing today. In the vote, however, the coun cillors did not follow religious lines. A number of Catholic mem bers opposed the recommendation on the grounds that the measure should applv to all plant.* and bus inesses. not merely retail stores: that the proposal was not fair to Protestants and other religious minorities: that employees would suffer the loss of pay through th® obligatory closing of the stores and that adjacent municipalities which did not have such a regula tion would benefit financially through business places being clos ed in Montreal. The sponsors of the motion. Jean Marie Savignac and Paul Dozois. replied that actually only four da\ were affected, as New Year's and Christmas were now observed b» all as holidays. The believed that the four davs closing could not cause much additional sacrifice on the part of all concerned. —---------------o------------------- Mission al Dennison DENNISON--A two-weeks mis sion is being conducted at Immac ulate Conception Church here by two Passionist Fathers from Chi cago. 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Kurt .Schumacher, the socialist leader and bitterest op ponent of Konrad Adenauer, Chan cellor of the Federal German Re public. made no effort to conceal his feelings when he told a cor respondent of a Paris newspaper that “the Socialist Democratic party is necessarily anti-clerical” and at tacked the three Allied High Com missioneix as "Catholics who are the tool' of the Americans and the Vatican In fact. John J. Mc Cloy. the American High Commis sioner a- well as his wife are Pro testants, while the British and French High Commissioners hap pen to be Catholics. Mr. Schumacher spoke of the Vatican as “the fifth occupational power.” because of the alleged in fluence of Catholics in German governmental affairs. In reality Protestant influence is at least equal, if not much stronger, es pecially as far as the number of high officials. (The N. C. W. 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