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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 2, 1942 00urch Property Suffers J00,erial Attacks In 00amousManila(hurchDestroyedl-- ,N OF ap Bombing of Open City :j " , - | 0000sade PAGE Fl'v I I Pacific War" Zone_::.00 of Arkansas sion at the State Tuberculosis Sanatorium near Booneville. The assistance we can render this mis- R+,,rnQ particular spot in the Walled City ,m A'"Ga's' l also imperiled the University of 1' A ,--A,! l ..... J Santo Tomas, which is conducted A*qki-llllIdl A" tJl-l,;gO J by the Dominicans and which ad- ffalo 00--A Children's Crn-lJ ined the ruined church. The ,0f ra,-r in which the 50 I flames did spread, reports state, ,7Upils tteading the parochial J t the residence of the Dominican  of this diocese will each J Fathers and to Santa Rosa College, la soldier, sailor or marine conducted by the Sisters of Char- !;hom they will pray daily, ity of St. Vincent de Paul. Found- :been launched by the Most Iro A uny, Bhop of Os  Crusa IPa, Army , Lny o J, ent Crusade has as its slogan on its knees to keep on its feet." The Rev. J. Holbel, Diocesan Su- of Schools, has been by Bishop Duffy to di- crusade. a Method of Crusade e general procedure of the de, it was explained by Fa- r l-Iolbel is to have relatives ends send to the diocesan l_quarters the names and acI- es of members of the armed rs. These names are then sent ..the schools and distributed to en between the ages of seven .]a 12 who wish to enlist in the de. .c child is to say a special which the Crusade director mposed for this purpose at kand reveille," asking Our :f the Immaculate Concep- ,' e Patroness of the Cru- ISe% to take care of the soldier, I ir_ or marine assigned' to the Iff'; The child also pledges to /llp Holy Communion and to enh  the Sacrifice of Mass once r_ a Week for the same purpose. t,T , child also is requested to |:7"' a letter to the soldier, sail- ill. marine he is sponsoring,  of his relationship and ask- aE., e man in the armed serv- in the recita- ed in 1611, the University of San- to Tomas is said to be the oldest university under the American flag. In the near vicinity of the Church of Santo Domingo, too, is Manila's Cathedral of the Immac- ulate Conception, and the ancient church and convent of St Augus-  tine. St. Columban Priests Staff Lingayen Parish st. Columbans, Nebr. (E).Lin- gayen on Luzon Island in the Phil- ippines, the town that gives its name to the gulf by which Japa- nese troops are making a major invasion attempt, is one of the par- ishes staffed by priests of Saint Columban's Foreign Mission So- ciety. It is the Cathedral parish oflLingayen diocese, of which the Most Rev. Mariano Madriaga, D. D., a native of the Philippines, is Bishop. The town and neighboring bar- rios have about 30,000 Catholics. Among them are nearly 4,000 boys and girls attending the provincial public high school. The Rev. Jas. McDevitt, of So. Columban's, is laboring among these students, many of whom come from distant, priestless parishes. tion of the morning and evening prayer. It is also requested that the child enclose a Miraculous Medal in the envelope. Very Rev. John F. Itarley, S. J., distributes medals to cadets at the Ateno de Manila, where military tratning has long been compulsory. The school, lower photo, has often been called the "West Point of the Philippines.,_ PhOtos courtly of Jesuit 2lona magazine. (N.C.W.C.) One word from Mary to her lov- ing Son in Heaven will do today what one word did at the Marriage Feast of Cana hundreds of years ago. "They Knishts of G)lumbus State Council sion is a most worthwhile under- taking anal deserves the support of each of our members individu- ally. The spiritual consolation rendered to the patients at the Sanatorium will not only be a benefit to them as well as to the personnel of the institution an residents of this locality of the Faith but will also bring many blessings to each one assisting in the furtherance of this work. We want to ask those individuals and societies Who have already made pledges for the maintainence of this Sanatorium mission to send in their contributions at once, so that this worthy work can be be- gun by our organization without further delay. We ask that all funds for 'this mission be sent to our State Secretary-Treasurer, Bruno Lienhart, Morrilton, Ark., without exception. This rule ap- plies also to members and member societies of the Catholic Women's Union as well as is necessary in order that a record can be had of all contributions and that each organization and individual assist- ing us in this deserving work is given the proper credit. At the end of the year a complete list of all funds received will be pub- lished in our proceedings. Your contribution cannot be shown as having been received by our or- ganization unIess payment is made direct to our treasurer. It is sug- gested that members of the Cath- olic Women's Union remit their pledges and contributions to their i State Treasurer, who will in turn remit to the Treasurer of the Cath- Chaplain Aloystus H. Schmltt United States Navy, who was killed in the Japanese attack on Hawaii. A priest of the Arch- diocese of Dubuque, he was or-' dained In Rome in 1935 and vol.' unteered for the Chaplain Corps in 1939. He has a sister in the Order of St. Francis in Dubuque, Sister Mary Germalne. Only 30 years old, he Is believed to be ths first :Ameriqan Catholic chaplain . killed In the present war, " (N.C.W.C2 U n i t e d Service Organization's drive. Now that we are at war it behooves each of us to become more actively interested in the welfare of each one of our Sol- dier Boys, in a material way as well as spiritually. Our organiza- tion pledges itself through its of- ricers to lend its full assistance and cooperationnot only in look- ing after the needs of the indi- vidual soldierbut in the conduct of the war to a victorious con- clusion. Let us all pray that our San+, Sdnta wur .... an:+ " 4 '? @ @ @ Ele00tric ' Comp, The greatest Christmas gift of all is a steady, dependable supply of electric service at low cost America has this, because business-managed utility corn, panles have planned in advance to pro- vide this service . . . +and without the use of tax monies! ' the defense of our nation and the pres. ervation of the American way of hfe. America is far ahead otall other nation pf the world in output of electric power t .. in fact, no other three c ountriesl can match us. Uncle Sam has a mighty important-de-. fense iob on his hands right now, and is keeping electric power busy day and night turn'ing the wheels Tn thousands of plants producing tems essential to (- ARKANSAS POWER & LIGHT CO. HELPING B U I kb ARKANSAS, 'AT :rillS YULETIDE. 1941. we all should make a mental inventory of the countless advantages enjoyed by us as Americans. High among these benefits is electricity that performs so many daily miracles in our homes. All of us who work for Your Electric Company pledge a continuation of the same good. serwce at lowest possible cost. j. p. Reynolds State Publicity Director Brother Knights: You have reached up and torn off the last page of the old 1941 calendar, crumpling it up m your hand and throw- ing it in the waste basket, just as you probably did eleven other times during the year, as the months eased on by. Just waste paper. Now you're hanging up the new 1942 calendar, indicating days and dates to come. It probably even shows the time at which the sun will rise and set, and all the phases of the moon, and all these things will happen chronologically as predicted because they are governed by the immutable laws of nature. ' ...... You alone are left to make your own choice, and of course accept the responsibility of your acts. There is nothing on that new cal- endar to say what you will do or what you will omit. You'll find that in yourself. Now at the very beginning of the year, we hope you have mark- ed conspiciously on the new cal- endar the dates of your council's meetings. Resolve to make a more thorough study of your orderz principles, its aspirations and its possibilities for good in the corn- will the most successful year in munity and throughout th nation the order's history in this juris- at large. Study what part you can diction. ........ ' u , rO GET RID OF A BAD ,' ' i I 1M[ORIllSONI I S.&B. SPRATOX l "  HArS l It s Just the remedy to check It I ........ ll I'[[' l '  J.,t,xlIJJih ,-#lJ. qnica and n  in  u I .... nR/ol ren preven* it, and other troubl, l """ * ---- -- I that follow a cold. 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An appeal has just come to us from the Central Bureau at St. Louis for financial assistance enable our National Head( the life and workshop of our na- tional organization to carry on in tits work. Those of our members blessed with the goods of thi world, are asked to respond to this plea by sending a gift of a dollar or two. Remittance for the Central Bureau should also be sent to our state treasurer, Bruno Lienhart. Our membership has already responded generously to the country will be spared from ac- tual war within our boundaries, that our arms will be victorious and for a just and lasting peace to follow. The officers of the Catholic Un- ion and the Catholic Women's Un- ion wish to each individual mem- ber the continued blessings of the Christ Child, and a happy and prosperous New Year all through 1942. te Nm Plumbing And --" Sl0 E. Irk Heating ....,A. .mas. h ony,s I GEO. M. WOODS St. Ant wu ,-ms urn,  Hospital ! I __ MORRILTON, ARK. 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