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literature that authorities be al
lowed to stop circulation of ob
jectional material until a court
decision has been made. Witnesses
stated that under some Federal
and State Laws, dealers in filth
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awaiting a court decision.
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Nun Has Two Articles
In March Publications
Sister M. Amelia, O.P., PhD.,
head of the department of French
at the College of St. Mary of the
Springs, has contributed two more
articles to the Ca»holic Press.
“The First Apparition of the Ris
en Christ” will be the lead article
in the March issue of Cross and
Crown, a Thomistic Quarterly of
Spiritual Theology edited by the
Dominican Fathers of the Province
of St. Albert, Chicago
“Cups, Dishes, and the Holy
Grail”, an essay on the controversj
over the exact appearance of
Holy Grail, will appear in
March issue of The Catholic
ucational Review.
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For Quick R**ult* U»* Want Ad*
Ronald Miller, 13-year-old Boy
Scout from immaculat* Conception
parish, Columbus, received his Ea
gle Scout sward recently at the
YMCA ceremony.
Young Miller was passed by the
North Central District and honored
at Troop Eagle court of honor De
cember 15.
Re has been the recipient of 23
merit badges.
Last month, during scout week,
Miller, along with
Bob Bennett, and
served the 9 o’clock
of Scout Sunday.
scouts of troop 16 received the
Blessed Sacrament in a body at
that Mass.
Eddie Ferris,
Joe Bennett,
Mass in honor
Twenty other
William Downey, treasurer, Rob
ert Ferris, secretary, and Donald C.
Miller, scoutmaster, were in charge
of the troop
Four new boys have been accept
ed and are now Tenderfoot Scouta.
They are Tim Ucker, Michael Ma
loney, Paul Pierce and Patrick
West.
Troop 16 was one of the Honor
Troops chosen from the North Cen
tral District to participate in an
Honor Camporee at Camp Lazarus
Feb. 21-22. Thev were accompa
nied on this outing by Outdoors
man, Adam Wagner Frank Ben
nett, Chairman and Institutional
Representative Mr. Gourley and
Scoutmaster. Donald C. Miller.
The following boys have passed
the second step and expect to pass
the third step and receive the Ad
Altare Dei award in April. Father
Connor is counselor for the boys
on this merit badge. Ronald Miller,
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THE CATHOLIC TIMES, FRIDAY, MARCH «, 1953
Contestants View Prize-Winning Script
M*ry Catherine Z*ng (left) display* th* manuscript which won h*r fir* place in th* dr«ma con
test held at St. Mtry of th* Spring* College. Looking on ar* Mery Weber, center, end Regine Fl*ck
•nstein, who shared »econd-pl*ce honor*.
Three student playwrights at the
College of St. Mary of the Springs
were recently awarded prizes for
their original one-act plays. Ap
propriately enough, all are Eng
lish majors.
First place went to Mary Cath
erine Zang, a senior, for her “April
Antiphony,’’ a verse drama based
on characters from the Book of
Job. Because production problems
make it difficult to stage, it will b*
printed on a closet-drama in the
next issue of “The Tower,” the
campus quarterly.
Second place honors were shared
by Regina Fleckenstein. a junior,
and sophomore Mary Weber, whose
plays will be presented this spring
in the campus’ Little Theatre.
SCOUT
NEWS
In Th*
DIOCESE
Robert Ferris, Eddie Ferris, Robert
Bennett, Richard Schoor, James
Hannan, William Downey, Allen
Welch. William Huhan. Larry Ben
nett. Tom Dodd, Joseph Bennett.
David Sting, James Wesner, and
William Wintrich.
A swimming party for Boy Scout
Troop 132 was arranged by Mr.
John Donley recently at the K. of
C. Club.
The Moose Patrol had an elec
tion of officers Feb, 10. The new
leaders are Michael Hoydic, Patrol
Leader Carl Raub, Assistant Pa
trol Leader, and Steve Heid, Treas
urer.
On Saturday, March 7, the boys
will have a tour through Lock
bourne Air Base. The Cubs of Pack
132 have been asked to go along
on this tour which has been ar
ranged by the Outdoorsman, Mr.
Louis Heid.
Members of Brownie Troop 88 of
Holy Rosary School took advantage
of the free day February 25th, to
visit the Farm Crest Cookie Bak
ery.
On March 12th, which is the 41st
birthday of the Girl Scouts of
America, they will visit the Sally
Flowers Show.
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TV Health Program
Now Seen On Saturdays
The television program, “A
Healthier Columbus.” carried over
WLW-C, will be seen on Saturdays
at 10:45 a m., beginning this week
rather than Thursdays as previous
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give children an opportunity to
profit by the discussions and to
reach a larger adult audience. The
announcement of the change was
made by Dr. Ollie M. Goodloe, city
health commissioner, a member of
Christ the King Parish
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Award Goes To
Springs Student
Agatha Zang, 729 Linwood Ave
took fifth place in the literary
division of the state wide tuber
culosis school press project, it was
announced recently. She will re
ceive her award from the Ohio
Tuberculosis and Health Associ
ation, which sponsored the event.
A student at St. Mary of the
Springs, Miss Zang had earlier
placed third in the competition at
the county level conducted by the
Columbus TB Society. Her article
is also being sent to the National
Association to compete with en
tries from other states.
by
The contest was sponsored
the school’s Speech and Drama
partment, and the Rev. Urban
gle, O.P., and Sister Elizabeth
ton, 0 P., acted as judges.
De-
Se-
Two other local Catholic students
had their articles submitted*to the
state contest. They were: Hilda
Buchmann, also of St. Mary of the
Springs, and Franklin Fasano
the Josephinum.
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This is the first English biogra
phy of the fabulous Mexican schol
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has been called “one of the great
women of the world.” The amaz
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and erudition” of Sor Juana are
the pride of Mexico and a wonder
to u* “Yankee*.” for although fill
ed with the most burning desire
for learning she eventually ga^e
it up completely to devote her life
to prayer alone. Yet her spirit still
exerts its influence tn al! people
through her profound writing* a-d
poetry. E.Q.
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Set for Talent Show
Students of Holy Rosary High
School will present a talent show
on Tuesday, March 10, for the ben
efit of the yearbook fund The win
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of ten judges, consisting of faculty
and students.
Admission to the show, which is
open only tn Ro«anans is 35 cents
Tuesday s unahsts were chosen at
the March 3 tryouts.
By J. MURRAY
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facts, but she brings those facts
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rose front poverty to hold the high
est office of the United States is
not the Lincoln of this hook: it is
Lincoln the person—the tall, witty.
Irvahle man—the friend of the
people Adults will appreciate th's
biography for children in th? in
termediate grades. E.B.
Btginner'* Luck, by Oriel Malet
Little Brown and Co., Boston, 1953.
$2.75.
The Mallory children, Victoria,
Jenny, and James, are orphans
whose parents were great English
actors. They live with an aunt who
is determined never to let the chil
dren near a theater or to know of
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