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6—THE CATHOLIC TIMES
Friday, May 21. 1954
Calling All Cars
Every time I see a Squad Car on
its errand of duty I want to say a
special “Thank you” to G. Marconi.
The work that the law officers do
in their round of rush calls would
take fifty times more beat-walkers
to cover. Don’t be one to criticize
our motorized police forces, for
we would be tn a sad state without
them.
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SCOUT
NEWS
In The Diocese
Boy Scout Troop 56 of Corpus
Christi parish recently presented
an exhibition of scouting skills for
the entertainment of their spon
sors, the Holy Name Society. The
four patrols displayed emergency
first aid techniques, including the
new system of artificial respira
tion. knot-tieing. knife and ax skills
and proper packing of camp equip,
ment.
Father Richard Dodd, diocesan
director of youth activities, dis
cussed the position of Catholic
Scouting and its importance in the
overall program of the Catholic
Youth A postdate.
The scouts of Troop 56 partici
pated in a Mothers Day program
earlier this month when they
sented gifts to their mothers
special program.
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Mr. Gisvold reminded his fellow
druggists that “we may call our
selves professional but. if
public does not recognize this
sition, then we are nothing.”
the
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“You will note that of recent
times in the press, the drug store
is always mentioned as one of the
sources of obscene reading materi
al that falls into the hands of
youth, viz., quote: ‘Ten cents.’ says
Senator William A. Purtell of (’on
necticut. ‘will buy your child a
shor( course in murder, mayhem,
robbery, rape and worse in comic
books.’
Mr. Gisvold celled it a "»hame
Student
W
ins Tiro
Literary prizes in two fields were
won this week by Miss Mary Web
er. a junior at the College of St.
Mary of the Springs.
Her short story ‘‘The Ring” took
third prize of fifteen dollars in the
college contest sponsored by the
Columbus Chapter of the National
Society of Arts and letters. “Re
quiem,” a poem by Miss Weber in
the spring issue of The Tower. re
ceived the Monsignor Bean Poetry
Award of ten dollars.
Miss Weber who was this week
elected editor of The Tower, is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jos
eph A. Weber. 215 E. Tulane Road,
and a member of Immaculate Con
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500 Scouts Attend Annual Holy Hour
Five hundred Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Campfire Girls and their leaders were on hand Sunday at
Corpus Christi church for the annual Scout Holy Hour under the sponsorship of the combined Catholic
committees en scouting for boys and girls. The participants marched from the school hall into the
church preceded by a color guard and the troop colors of the individual units. Father John Simon,
assistant et Holy Family parish, and former Diocesan Scout chaplain, gave the sermon. He urged the
young people to obey the scout laws which called for loyalty to God and country. Pointing out that
the scout law was in line with the First Commandment, he told the assembled boys and girls that
loyalty to God was necessary for loyalty to others. Father Clement Durbin, essistant pastor at Christ
the King parish, led the rosary and Father William Patterson, assistant pastor at St. Mary parish,
officiated at Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Some of the principals to attend the Holy
Hour with the Scouts are pictured above. They are, left to right, Mr. Frank Specht, special scout field
representative Mr. Ed Hueckle, Scoutmaster of Troop 56 of Corpus Christi parish Father Richard Dodd,
diocesan director of youth activities Mrs. Margaret Marcum, Girl Scout loader of the Holy Rosary
parish troop Mr. William Seiple, assistant scoutmaster of Troop 56, Corpus Christi, and Mr. Tom Hart
man, Scoutmaster of Troop 92 of St. Leo parish.
Druggists Urged To Aid
Drive On ‘Bad Comics’
STANLEY, Wis. (NC) In a letter to all pharmaceutical
organizations and publications of the nation, a drug store own
er has declared that “in the eye of the public, ‘the drug store’
is becoming the purveyor of filth” because of the obscene
literature menace.
Thomas A. Gisvold, owner of the Gisvold Rexall Drug
Stores here, said his letter was intended as a challenge to
“what is called the professional
ism of pharmacy.”’ He continued:
“At our local, district, state and
national meetings, it is inevitable
that the assurance that we belong
to a professional group is made a
topic in a program. In our jour
nals of all descriptions, the mark’
of professionalism is ever kept be
fore us. In spite of all this, we are
failing badly.”
that a druggist in Minneapolis
had to appeal to the Governor
for help in action against maga
zine distributors who force this
filth upon those who will not
sell it."
“Just where are our pharma
ceutical organizations, the protec
tors of professionalism, when help
is needed?” Mr. Gisvold continued.
“The sale of all filth in drug stores
should be stopped now, voluntarily
or by law, but our organizations
should be back of such a move
ment so that we who do not want
such junk have a ‘strong arm’ to
use when the same is used against
Mr. Gisvold expressed to his fel
low druggists the hope "that a
recognizable movement
against filth, now, in
stores, by us.”
One communist concession to the
classics she indicated, was a little
Shakespeare those parts of Ham
let and Macbeth which are bloody
and violent.”
Not So Few
Dr. Dodd warned against under
estimating the threat of the so
called "relatively feu” commun
ists in the United States.
“R•member," the said, "there
were only 25,000 communists in
the Soviet Union in 1917. And
there were only 15,000 in Itely
et the end of World Wer II."
The Feaet of the Week
The Twenty seventh is Ascension
Thursday, the day (hat gives us
high hopes. We know that if we are
to be successful in life, we have to
go up too. in order to be with
Christ Who is our reward Ascen
sion Thursday is the day that lakes
the sting out of death lor Cat ho
lies, foi each time it comes around
we begin to think of our lasting
home where Christ has prepared a
mansion for each one of us. Even
if it were not a holy day of obliga
tion. I don't think 1 would do much
work on that day it is too wonder
ful to work when one can mi around
thinking of our home that is to be
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Eighty-five per cent of
books printed in the United States
are financed by communist inter
ests, Dr. Bella V. Dodd, once the
nation's top woman communist,
told 3.500 women here at
fourth annual congress of
League of Catholic Women of
Diocese of Worcester.
the comic
Dr. Dodd declared that Red in
terest in comic books is a part of a
scheme to deprive children of
reading of the classics.
“They want children to read
ly that which is gruesome,”
charged adding that the common
ists prefer minds attuned to
violence and evil.
French Priests
Reported Captives
Al Dien Bien Phu
HANOI, Indo China (NC)
Two Catholic chaplains are believ
ed to be among the French Union
troops captured when the Dien
Bien Phu fortress fell to the Viet
Minh communists, according to in
formation here.
The priests are Fathers Paul
Guidon of the Bayonne diocese and
Paul Guerry of the Lyon archdio
cese. They refused to be flown
to safety when the fort's military
situation became criticaL
PARIS (NC) As an urgent
appeal for an Indo-Chinese truce
was issued here by Pax Christi,
French I nion troops were being
overwhelmed by the final Red as
sault at Dien Bien Phu. Two bro
thers, one a priest, had major roles
in both efforts to avert the tragedy.
Secretary general of the inter
national Catholic peace movement
Pax Christi, whose appeal was is
sued by its president. His Emin
ence Maurice Cardinal Feltin.
Archbisnop of Paris, is Father La
lande. who is also personal secre
tary to the
Cardinal.
Bien Phu, commander
At Dien _________
of the last French strong point, to
hold out was Colonel Lalande, Fa
ther Lalande's brother.
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College Students
Planning Annual
Da\ For Parents
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The annual Parent's Day will
held at the College of St. Marv
the Springs, Sunday. May 23. The
program will begin in the Little
theater of Erskine Hall.
Miss Anne Magers of Tiffin.
Ohio, hou.-e president and general
chairman for lhe program will
welcome the parents.
on
she
The welcome address will be
followed by a musical interlude
featuring the Springs Glee Club
and the presentation of a play en
titled, “The Grasshoppers'*
Members of the student body
taking part in the play will be
Carol Hassey, Gretchen Wagner,
Margaret Burke. Margaret Zang
Patricia Kern. Dee Fitzburgh. Mary
Lois Sugar and Maria Vanderhaar.
Man eber and Margaret Zang
will present original skits. Each
class will sing parodies of songs
by Jerome Kern. The entire theme
will be based upon “Yesterdays’*
which will also be the grand finale
sung by all classes.
The program will be followed by
Bendecition of the Most Blessed
Sacrament in Christ the King
chapel and a social hour in Sans
bury s Colonial Room.
St. Vincent Alumni
Planning Reunion
The third annua! reunion ban
quet for all
Orphanage
Orphanage
7:00 p.
all those who attended the school.
alumni of St. Vincent\
will be held at the
SMTurdaj May 22 at
The affair is open to
Officers of the alumni group
urge all former pupils to to come
and meet their old friends and
teachers A meal will be prepared
by the Sisters.
Alumni officers include Charles
Sphar, president Lyman Chtappi.
Youth Notes
Cathedral To Be Sett ing Sunday
For CTO's Marian Holy Hour
The monthly CYO Holy Hour pro
gram will be climaxed this coining
Sunday with the May Holy Hour at
St. Joseph's Cathedral at 2:30 p.
m. All young people of the Diocese
are invited to take part in the Holy
Hour. Father Richard Torer of the
Cathedral will deliver the sermon.
The Holy Hour will be the fifth of
the monthly programs sponsored
by the CYO Council this year.
The Holy Hour was started in
January when the CYO adopted the
program of the Catholic Y’outh
Adorers Society of New York of a
Holy Hour a month for high school
students. Holy Hours have been
held on the first Sunday of the
month in the Cathedral, St. Mary,
Immaculate Conception and Holy
Rosary churches. There were three
hundred and seventy-five young
people in attendance at the last
service in Holy Rosary church in
April.
Jim Boehm of St. Mary Magda
lene parish was elected president
of the new CYO council at the con
ference held last Sunday in the St.
Mary Magdalene school hall. Other
officers included Patty Ruddy of
St. Agatha Parish. Nancy Kerner
of St. Catherine and Alan Hoffman
of St Mary Magdalene. The dele
gates also named twelve members
to fill out the places of the Execu
tive Board of the Council. One boy
and one girl were selected to repre
sent the six districts of the Coun
cil. They are as follows: Northern,
Chuck Hayhurst of St. Augustine
and Joan Donley of Immaculate
Conception Southern, Joe Ehwald
of Corpus Christi and Regina Skun
za of St. Ladislaus Eastern, Mike
Miller of St. Catharine and Therese
Miller of St. Catharine Western,
Ed Schroeder of St. Aloysius and
Grace Haines of St. Mary Magda
lene Central. Pat Fusco of’St. Pat
rick, and Patty Hickey of Sacred
Heart Northwest, Bill Stellar of
St. Christopher and Doris Ballard
of Our l^idy of Victory. The dele
gates discussed the need of the
CYO. and the functions of the
youth Council. They heard talks
by chairman Jim Walter and Fa
ther Richard Dodd, diocesan direc
tor of Youth Activities. A lunch
and May devotions followed.
The annual Fish Fry and Work
Project of the Scouts and Scout
ers of the Central Deanery will
take place tonight and tomorrow
at Camp St. Joseph. Sponsored by
the Catholic Committee on scout
ing for boys, the program has as its
St. Mary Plans
June 6 Graduation
Commencement will be held at
the College of St, Mary of the
Springs Sunday June 6. Monsig
nor Francis J. Schwendeman, Dean
of the Central Deanery and pastor
of St. Leo parish in Columbus, will
preside and confer the degrees.
The baccalau
reate sermon
will be deliver
ed by Father
Bennett Apple
gate. diocesan
s u perintendent
of schools.
be
of
The Honor
able Thomas A.
Burke, Ohio's
junior senator,
appointed to fill
he vacancy left
by the death of Robert A. Taft,
will give the commencement
address.
Senator Burke
-o-
Cardinal Praises
Modesty Crusade
CHICAGO—(NC) A teen-age
campaign for modesty in fashions
won the praise of His Eminence
Samuel Cardinal Stritch here. He
stated:
“I am intensely interested in
having our Catholic girls form a
right conscience in matters of this
kind and in creating a demand for
decent clothing.”
The campaign, called Supply the
Demand for the Supply (SDS), is
aimed at influencing clothing man
ufacturers and designers to pro
vide modest but becoming clothing
—especially for girl teen-agers.
A fashion show of the group tn
a Chicago hotel featured garments
designed especially for SDS by
leading local designers.
Strange Isn't It?
When our audience is made up
of persons wearing hearing aids
we seem to measure with prudence
the message we give them.
vice-president Leonard Jones,
treasurer and Mrs. Rose Miller,
secretary.
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