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Hart Named New Aquinas Head Announcement has been made by the Very Reverend W. D. Marrin, OP., P.G., Prior Provincial of the Dominican Province of St. Jos'eph, of the appointment of the Reverend .John L. Hart, O.P., S.T.L., S.T.Lr., to succeed the Reverend Joseph B. Taylor, O.P., as Presi dent of Aquinas College High School. Father Hart, former teacher at Aquinas, comes to Columbus from Grand Rapids, Mich., where he held the post of Dean of Men and Associate Professor of Philos ophy and Theology at Aquinas College. A native of Jersey City, N. J., Father Hart attended schools there and in New York City be fore enrolling at Providence Col lege, Providence, I. Entering the Dominican Novitiate in Au gust, 1936, at Springfield, Ky., he later continued his studies for the Order in Philosophy at the Dominican House of Studies, Riv er Forest, Ill., and in Theology at the College of the Immaculate Conception, Washington, D.C. 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In September, 1944, Father Hart first came to Columbus to teach at Aquinas and at St. Mary of the Springs College, where he remained until June. 1946. From September, 1946. to June. 1948, Father Hart taught Philoso phy at the Dominican House of Philosophy in Somerset, Ohio. Appointed in 1948 to continue the teaching of Philosophy over seas in Melbourne, Australia, Fa ther Hart remained there until 1951, lecturing and preaching in many Australian cities. After returning to the United States, Father Hart assumed his post at Aquinas College in Mich igan where he has been until the present. Ten Columbus Students Enter Xavier Univ. Ten residents from Columbus have been accepted as freshmen at Xavier University, Cincinnati. They will arrive on the campus September 12 for the Freshmen Orientation Week. Classes begin September 17. The student* include: Edmond T. Doyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmond D. Doyle 311 Oakland Park Ave. Francis P. Howard, son of Mr and Mrs. Francis How ard, 1747 Franklin Park, So.: Thomas L. Kuhn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Kuhn, 365 S. Ches terfield Rd.: Frank A. McCabe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc Cabe, 1068 Kingsbury Pl. Pau! T. McGhee, son of Mr. and Mrs. James N. McGhee, 118 S. Davis Ave. Edward F. Wagner, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Wag ner, 242 S. Chesterfield Rd.: Thomas E. Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Young, 197 Guern sey Ave. William H. Patton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Patton, 2968 Fremont St. Raymond C. Tonti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray mond Tonti, 2673 St. Joseph Ave. and Thomas Wagenbren ner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo T. W'agenbrenner, 169 N. Nelson Rd. Now observing the 125th anni versary of its founding, Xavier is a Jesuit university, and the oldest Catholic institution of higher learning in Ohio. It is fifth old est Catholic college or university in the nation, with more than 3,500 students enrolled annually in all divisions of the university. The Very Rev. Paul L. O’Connor, S.J., is president. ----------------o Lourdes Miracle Now Official POITIERS, France —(NC) The cure of a woman at Lourdes four years ago has been declared miraculous, according to a pas toral letter issued by Coadjutor Bishop Henri Vion of Poitiers. The Bishop’s letter reports the official decision of a papal com mission that investigated the case. Alice Couteault had been de clared a hopeles paralytic. Spec ialists had given her up com pletely. She was taken to Lourdes on May 13, 1952. After two days of prayer she was markedly bet ter. By the third day she was able to walk unassisted. Annually ever since she was cured she has been examined. Doctors believe her cure to be complete and permanent -----------------o---------------- If you haven't boon reading the want ads, you have boon losing money. Road them and profit. NO The Hammond Organ Produeee organ muaie at cathe dral aualtt, tn ehureh*. ala* O»*r 46.000 ehureh beautiful music of th* Ram mon 4 Organ. Writ* ar Call for Damon, rtration. 114 *. BBOAO ST CA 1-T141 Maaa A Dear** Cktmea Naw T*wa A Ceantt- Store •42 I. BROAD Bl. S44B1 Bishop Says CYO Band Big Hit Boys Have Tun With A Purpose’ Back In 1925 th* Knights of Columbus, concerned over ths lack of training programs for youth, organized the Columbu* Squires. Pictured are members of Circle 871 which meets every Monday, 7:30 p.m., at the Santa Maria Council, West Broad at Burgess in Columbus. All circles, composed of Catholic boys, ages 13 end 18, participated in a program of civic, physical, social and spiritual training. At far left, Tommy and Dennis Merlin pley shuffleboard. Parties end other social events keep the Squires well occupied. Pat O'Brien offers Dick Morfin a cool glass of lemonade as both boys participate in the civic phase of the progrem. Help ing a needy or sick neighbor with chores is one of the activities. Georgo Puttick "wets a line" as Dick Martin "kibitzes." All major sports are included in the physical phase of the progrem. Many of the Squires are altar beys in their home parishes. At the far right, William Siobold, Jr., is an example of this part of the spiritual training that the Squires receive. Fr. Charles Foelier, assistant pastor of St. Aloysius Is spiritual advisor for Circle 871. Georgo Puttick, senior counselor, Harold Meier, advisor of physical program, William Siobold, civic coun sellor and Paul Noble, Chief Squire. Boys interested in participa tion in the Squires' program may receive more information by contacting the Knights of Columbus Council in their vicinty. Part-Time Missionaries On their way to Alaska are those throe young women who w'll work in the Alaska Mission field for a year without pay. From left are Jacqueline Langlorias, of Wor cester, Mass. Shirley Richard, of Springfield Mass. and Rosemary Bobka of Clinton, Mass., who said that while they did not feel that they had religious vocations, they were anxious to give part of their lives in the service of God. They will teach at the Copper Valley School, 200 miles east of Anchorage, Alaska. Fr. Applegate Civics Club Sti The selection of a timely theme for study by the Catholic Civics Clubs of America this year was pointed up as pressing reason for formation of units in every Catholic school in this area in a letter sent to parochial school principals this week by Fr. C. Bennett Applegate, Diocesan Su perintendent of Schools. In Catholic Civics Clubs, spon sored by the Commission on American Citizenship of The Catholic University of America, boys and girls in the upper ele mentary grades of parochial schools all over the United States and its possessions this year will participate in community proj ects, and learn about civics in action as they study the opera tion of their local governments. In hL letter Father Applegate described the 1956-57 theme of study for the Clubs “It’s Your Government”—as an “aid in fill ing the growing need for Chris tian men and women to partici pate actively in local and nation al government ... In this presi- HARTFORD, Conn. (NO A dance band of youths from the New Britain Catholic Youth Or ganization (CYO) Music Club, which has just returned from an eight week tour of military instal lations in the Far East, drew high praise from a bishop in Korea. In a letter to Archbishop Hen ry J. O'Brien of Hartford, Bishop Thomas Quinlan, Vicar Apostolic of Chunchon, Korea, and regent of the Apostolic Delegation in Seoul, said the band made a fine impression “by their perform ance, and more by their good con duct.” “We are grateful for the very fine publicity they have giv en the Church in Korea. It will help much in the struggle for souls here,’’ the Bishop wrote. The band's tour was sponsored by the United Services Organization (USO) and the Department of De fense. ■o- Dayton Offers Music for Credit Via Television DAYTON, Ohio (NO The University of Dayton, conducted by the Marianist Fathers here, is offering a course in music appre ciation on television. Viewers in the Dayton area may take the course for credit Credit students will submit as signments by mail and take a fi nal examination on the campus. RICHLYN Furniture and Appliances Featuring Quality Linas of Furniture. Including: Karpen, Howard Parlor, BreyftIR, Forest Thomasville, Cavalier. Up So 24 months to pay at Bonk Rate Interest. Open 11 to Dally. Dick Meccia, Owner CoiumtsM, Okie Praises idy Theme dential election year, the Clubs’ program should prove especially timely, appealing, and valuable.” To encourage formation of clubs, Father Applegate also pointed to the availability of help in the form of regular articles in the YOUNG CATHOLIC MES SENGER, current affairs weekly that acts as an intermediary be tween the Commission and the Clubs in developing the theme. Through this series of articles prepared under the Commission’s supervision, Clubs are supplied with background inform a i o n ideas for study, and project ma terial. Special articles developing this year’s theme, “It’s Your Govern ment” will encourage clubs to get out the vote ... to study the community governing body to learn what the executive de partments of local government do ... to appreciate how the legislature works ... to observe what an independent govern mental agency does ... to under stand how local courts function. “Supplementary material will also be available in TREASURE CHEST, the Catholic picture story magazine,” Father Apple gate wrote. “A series of stories, prepared in co-operation with the Commission, will emphasize the need for Catholics to be active in the affairs of their communities." Springs Head Attends Meet In Cleveland Sister M. Angelita, O. P., presi dent of the College of St. Mary of the Springs is one of fifteen professors attending the College Faculty Conference in Cleveland, Aug. 20-24. Sponsored by the Ohio Bell Telephone Company to strengthen relations between business and education, the con ference will deal with ideas and problems common to both groups. Conferees will hold group dis cussions with Ohio Bell person nel each day while studying ths operations of various depart ments. On Friday, Aug. 24, the college delegates will participate in an informal evaluation dis cussion with the top management of the company, John A. Greene, president, and his associates. Other Catholic colleges partici pating in the conference are Notre Dame and St John’s both of Cleveland. 1915 i4tt.trAn Youth Notes Diocesan Camps End Successful Season Young Adults Sunday August 26th is the closing day for the Diocesan summer Camps, St. Joseph’s for boys and St. Rita’s for girls. With the end of the tenth camping period both camps will mark the most successful season in the history. Approximately one thousand boys spent one week or more at Camp St. Joseph in Lock bourne, Ohio, during this 30th year of camping while about 750 girls registered at Camp St. Rita which noted its 33rd year of ex istence. Mass of Thanksgiving will be offered in both Camp chapels this Sunday morning af ter which the campers will depart for their homes. The first annual Counsellor reunion at Camp St. Joseph will be held on this Sunday, Aug. 26, at the Camp, begin ning at 2:00 P.M. Last week's report stated incorrectly that the reunion would be held on Aug. 27. Former counsellors are asked to call the Camp at Temple 3-1479 to make reser vation. A special meeting of Young adult club representatives was held last week at the Catholic Youth Bureau. Called by Presi dent Marty Van Hoose, the meet ing served to bring to the at tention of the delegates the com ing program for the Fall. Committees were named to dis cuss and plan the program of Fall Canteens to be held in downtown Columbus, to prepare a new con stitution for the Council and lay plans for the annual Conference to be held in October. Discussion was also held on the program for the local celebration of National Catholic Youth Week which is an event of the Fall beginning on the last Sunday in October. New CYC Group Being Planned ZANESVILLE—Larry Tschuer, who started the Catholic Youth Club here six years ago and was its director for the first five, has assumed a new chore for Zanes ville Council, Knights of Colum bus, of which he has been named in charge of all youth activities. Tschuer is now working on plans for a new young people’s group similar to the CYC, but for old^r young people, including married couples. All over 18 will be invited to become members. Emphasis will be placed upon providing entertainment for young people home for the holi days, for their vacations, etc., with a variety of programs to please all. Headquarters will be at the Knights of Columbus hall on South Fourth St. and meetings will be held on different eve nings than the present CYC. Tschuer is planning to name his sub-committees in the near future. COLUMBU SAVINGS AND LOAN 79 E.GAY ST CHOOSE YOUR OPTICIAN WITH THE SAME CARE USED W SELECTING YOUR EYE PHYSICIAN GUILD OPTICIANS CApital 1-3697 SPECIALISTS IN FILLING YOUR RYE PHYSICIAN'S PRESCRIPTION EMERGENCY REPAIR SERVICE ROST. HAGMAN OKI© STATE Parishes present at the meet ing included Our Lady of Vic tory, St. Agatha, Cathedral, St. Augustine and St. Mary Magda lene. Special committee meetings were to be held this week. Re ports will be given at the next regularly scheduled Council meeting to be held in September. 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