Ramsey Named President
Edward A. Ramsey, member of
St Michael’s parish, Worthington,
last week was elected president of
the Columbus Chapter of the
American Institute of Architects.
He is a partner in the firm of
Ramsey and Croce and was archi
tect for a number of churches and
schools in the Diocese.
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St. Mary Classes
End Today After
Classes at the College of St.
Mary of the Springs, Columbus,
will close today (Friday, December
19) at 4:15 p.m. following a week
of Christmas activities.
On Tuesday afternoon the Social
Service Committee, under the
chairmenship of Miss Jane Cisle
and Miss Margot Holden, sponsor
ed a party for the children of St.
Vincent’s Orphanage. The Merry
Masquers presented a skit and
Santa Claus was a popular visitor.
The College Glee Club, under
the direction of Mrs. Grace Thomp
son Edmister, presented its annual
Carol Concert in the Little Theater
on Tuesday evening. This year’s
concert featured several innova
tions, among them, harp solos by
Mrs. Marilyn Moulton a carol of
which the words were written by
Miss Mary Catherine Zang and
the music by Miss Mary Weil
bacher, both senior students and
a dance interpretation of Gregori
an Chant Christmas Music by a
group of students under the direc
tion of Miss Mary Jo Feak.
Climaxing the season’s activi
ties at the college was the program
of Ye Olde English Revels held in
the Colonial Room under the direc
tion of Miss Barbara Lee Chase on
Thursday evening after the formal
Vatican Publishes New
Edition Of Roman Missal
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)
—A new edition of the Missale Ro
manum—the Roman Missal has
been published by the Vatican
Printing Office. The first copy of
the new edition was presented to
His Holiness Pope Pius XII.
The text of the rubrics and for
mulas remain unchanged in the
new missal, with rare exceptions.
However, the Psalms in prepara
tion for the Mass of Thanksgiving,
as well as those for the Requiem
Mass, follow the new version.
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By Newman Club
A series of five radio programs
portraying the Christmas story
were presented by members of the
Newman Club of the Ohio State
University between the fifteenth
December on the
program “Morning Meditations”,
aired over WOSU at 8:30 a.m.
The series began with the bet
rothal of the Virgin Mary and
Joseph, included the Annuncia
tion, and ended with the story of
the Nativity. Points usually over
looked at the Christmas Season are
presented in an interesting and
Newman Club members partic
ipating in the broadcasts were
Jane Cummins, Rita Nolan, James
Garland, Thomas Showalter, James
Noonan, and Donald Davis.
Pilgrims Form Long Lines
To View St. Xavier’s Body
GOA, Portuguese India (Ra
dio, NC) Pilgrims filed past the
exposed remains of St. Francis
Xavier in the Cathedral here, at
the rate of 25 persons per minute.
From six o’clock in the morning
until late at night, people line up
one behind the other to pray at the
coffin containing the Saint’s body
and to touch religious objects to
relics of the great missionary.
said to haue
On Sunday evening, December 21, St. Mary of the Spring* Acedemy will present a Cantata-Pageant
for women's voices.
In "A Christmas Triptych," written by Sister M. Denise, Mainville, O.P., has combined the Academy
60 voice glee club and the 21 voice verso choir tolling the story of the Netlvlty of Our Lord.
A serie* of tebleaux form th* beckground picture* depicting th* progression of the scene* so
beautifully set down by the Gospel writer*.
Sister M. Helene, O.P., of th* Department of Mus|e, |s directing the choral interpretation with Miss
Josephine VandeKerkhoff accompanying at the piano-organ.
The Verse Choir is under the direction of Mi*, Patricia Kern. The entire production I* being
staged under the direction of Sister Elizabeth Seton, O.P.
Th* Cantata-Pageant will be held in the Little Theatre, Erskine Hall, at 8:00 p. m. There will be
matinee performance on Saturday, December 20, at 2:30, to which all Religious are invited.
Th* picture show* soloists for Cantata-Pageant Reading from left to right—top row: Jayne Tubb*
Cecilia Green, Maridell Driggs front row Judith Lorenz, Agatha Zang end Patricia Warren.
School Boards Seek End
Of Amish Controversy
HARRISBURG, Pa. School
boards in Lancaster County’s Am
ish sections recommended in a
5,000-word formal brief filed with
the State Justice Department here
that Pennsylvania grant special
permits to “plain sects” parents
to take their children out of school
at the age of 14.
The brief was the latest move
toward finding a solution of the
long-standing dispute that has seen
many Amish parents jailed on tru
ancy charges in recent years. It
was filed by six law firms on be
half of the school districts concern
Book Week Poster Award
CHICAGO, Dec. 12 (NC) —Jo
Ann Picola of Mundelein College
here was awarded first prize of
$25 in a poster contest sponsored
by the Catholic Library Associa
tion, it has been announced. Miss
Picola’s design, chosen from entries
submitted by the art departments
of Chicago’s Catholic women’s col
leges, will become the official
national poster for Catholic Book
Week 1953. Second prize was
awarded Barbara Baynes also of
Mundelein College and third prize
to Moira Boyne of Rosary College,
River Forest, III.
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, DECEMBER ID, 1952
Appear In St. Mary Of The Springs Cantata Juvenile Delinr
St. Mary’s South
Grad Wins Springs
Winners of first and second
prizes in a writing contest open to
the seventy-five members of the
freshman class at the College of
St. Mary of the Springs, Columbus,
have been announced by the Eng
They are Miss Kathleen Herder
ick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo
seph A. Herderick, 624 Wilson Av
enue, and Miss Use Graf of Sin
gen, Germany, currently residing
with Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Williams,
at 712 S. Third Street.
Both students were graduated
last June from St. Mary’s High
School, south end. Members of the
English Department screened the
entries and the Reverend Urban
Nagle, O P., judged the finalists.
The subject assigned was “Why
Magazines Make Good Christmas
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TOLEDO (NC) With juve
nile delinquency cases in Lucas
County bounding to a new all-time
high in the records of the court. L.
Wallace Hoffman, Juvenile Court
director, has made some interest
ing observations on the family
scene in the United States, as he
has had the cpportunity to view it.
Where the court handled about
800 cases in the whole of 1937, it
handled more than 2,000 cases in
the first 10 months of 1952. There
will be a continued increase in ju
venile delinquency beyond 1955,
the court official predicted.
Among Mr. Hoffman’s observa
tions were these:
Three boys involved in traffic
cases had the family cars five con
secutive nights four of them
None of the parents knew where
their sons were going when they
left the house, and none, according
to the court, knew the next day
where their sons had been
Mr. Hoffman chides parents for
yielding to pestering. A home, he
says, can’t be run according to
teen age standards.
The court has been confronting
parents who allow under age chil
dren to use the car and who per
mit use of the car after the li
cense has been revoked.
“When parents disrespect the
law, what can you expect of the
Census figures show^ said Mr.
Hoffman, that the number of em
ployed high school youths holding
jobs in 1952 is five times greater
than the number at work in 1940.
One result is, he said, that 16- and
(17-year-olds are buying their own
cars, 8 partial explanation for the
rise in traffic cases, contributing
also to the breakdown in parental
Mr. Hoffman’s experience is with
working youth who have “terrific
entertainment bills” and contribute
very little to the family. Some par
ents, he said, excuse this, saying
the boys deserve a “last fling” be
fore entering military service.
More pre-teen-agers are appear
ing in the Juvenile Court of Lucas
county. Before 1945, said Mr. Hoff
man, a case involving children un
der 13 years was a “rarity.” Now
10,- 11- and 12-year-olds appear in
Mr. Hoffman has found obscene
photos and literature on some boys
appearing before him. He said he
doesn’t know if this is a cause or
result of delinquency. “But it all
New Book Tries To
Stump The Youngsters
PATERSON. N. J., —(NC)—Des
igned to stump puzzle fans between
the ages of 10 and 14 a new 52-page
book called “Puzzle and Quiz Book-1
has been published here by St.
Pole Is Named Archbishop
VATICAN CITY (Radio, NC)
—Bishop Joseph Gawlina, Ordinary
for Poles in Exile, has been pro
moted to the rank of Archbishop
by His Holiness Pope Pius XII.
The book is the work of Father
Damien Anthony Wenzel. O.F.M.,
former editor of the “National Ca
tholic Almanac.” It is filled with
picture puzzles, scrambled letter
stumpers, crossword puzzles and
‘Korean Ernie Pyle Pens
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From the Department of Library Science
College of St. Mery of the Springs
Th* Tundra World, by Theodora
C. Stonewell-F 1 e e Little,
Brown, and Co., 1952.
Interested in the world about
you? If you are there is no doubt
that you will enjoy the intriguing
Arctic as described by the author.
Rosamund, a naturalist, travels to
the Tundra World with her fellow
workers to observe the numerous
species of Arctic birds how they
nest and raise their young before
their great flight south. The story
behind the hardships and dangers
of this untraveled world provide
adventure and excitement to the
reader who accompanies these
naturalists on their amazing jour
ney. The reader who shares these
experiences will learn to appreci
ate and thrill at the mysteries of
the Tundra World in all of its
The Flying Trunk, by Hans
Christian Andersen, translated by
Lydia Jensen Scott, Foresman,
and Co., New York, 1951.
This book is a collection of
twenty-four tales, both folk and
original, which have an appeal for
children and adults alike. It in
cludes old favorites such as “The
Wild Swan,” “The Steadfast Tin
Soldier,” “Thumbelisa,” and “The
Ugly Duckling.” This last, we are
told, was inspired by the author’s
own life. Andersen was a keen ob
server of life, and we find a subtle
form of satire in some of his stor
ies. Th* Flying Trunk is a treasure
to the story teller, who does his
best with tales that are short, sim
plified, and that reach a climax
quickly. Each tale has been en
hanced with quaint illustrations
by Renate Goetz.
A Hole I* To Dig, by Ruth
Krauss Harper and Brothers, New
If a clever book is what you
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ish and elementary. However, it is
in these two traits that the clever
ness and charm of the book lie.
Because definitions are given as
any child would voice them, the
book tends towards the humorous
side. “A dream is to look at the
night and see things” is a quaint
and sweet way of describing that
state of unconsciousness. The pic
tures by Maurice Sendak are line
drawings of children at their best
—and worst. In every respect, this
is the book to entertain youngsters
and adults, alike: in fact, it is prob
able that the older set may enjoy
it even more.
Friday—Th* Arapaho Indian, by
Anderson, A M. Wheeler Publish
ing Co., 1951.
The story of Vash, a brave little
Indian boy, who finds a new home
with a white man, holds many
thrills for boys and girls. Vash,
later named Friday, returns to his
own tribe and becomes a chosen
leader of the braves. However, he
remains loyal to the white man
and does all in his power to estab
lish peace in the land of the West.
Jack Merryweather has provided
this book of the American Adven
ture Series with numerous, action
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adds fuel to the fire,” he said.
If the youth isn’t rehabilitated,
Mr. Hoffman said, he may become
a professional criminal, costing the
government and its citizens thou
sands of dollars.
First responsibility in preventive
work rests with the parents, said
Mr Hoffman, adding that religion
ranks close to parental control as
a delinquency deterrent. His rec
ords, over a four-year period, show
ed that 90 per cent of the young
sters dealt with did not attend
Church-going, too, he explained,
depends largely on parental ex
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