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PAGE"TWO :' , ...... ..... : .... , ..... THE GUARDiAN, JANUARY 8, 1943 ,, ,i "Mother Love" Most Meet Coach I)wight D. Eisenhower : Popular Of Guard,an Rel,g,ous Stock have shown interest in the Relig- parishes and communities. ious Articles as advertised in The In the larger prayerbooks for Guardian. Christmas sales far ex- general use the "My Prayerbook" Honor Of ceeded expectations and now that by Father Lasance and the "Mhn- the rush is over it is surprising nal of Prayers", which is especially Roll ) Little how many readers are ordering good for converts, are very much prayerbooks and copies of the Holy in demand. Bible through the mail. The vest pocket prayerbook that St. Andrew's Cathedral, Little Rock One prayer book that is proving meets the approval pf both men Rt. Rev. Msgr. Fra.ncis A. Allen, Rector popular is "Mother Love." It is and' women is the new "Gems of a book of devotions for Christian Prayer." The following is the first list of a series showing th, Sterling silver articles are get- ting scarce. There are no more Catholic men and women of the Diocese of Little RocJ Forty Hours' At sterling silver chains No. 94 in -- 'stock, and it is impossible to get nOW serving their country in the Armed Forces. Thq Good Counsel them anywhere. Now No. 92 is lists as they avvear each week will be grouped accord Begins Sunday the heaviest chain. Stocks of the - - following items are depleted and Jug to parishes and will be compiled from the Forty Hours devotion in honor of it will be impossible to reorder the Most Blessed Sacrament will them. No. 97, Scapular lavalier report of pastors submitted by them last fall to th, beheld at Our 1.,ady of Good Coun- medal and chain; No. 103, Mirac- sel Church, Little Rock, beginning ulous and Scapular medal and Chancery Office. In order to have the lists complete chain. However, a number of oth- it is advisable/or pastors to send a copy of additiona Sunday, JalmPry 10th. er kinds of medals and chains are A solemn High Mass of expos|- in stock which have never adver- names to The Guardian of those who have entered th tion will be sung by Msgr. Herman tined. Immediate delivery can be mad'e service subsequent to their last report. Wernke, Pastor with Rev. Edward on all prayerbooks, Bibles and . . . R. Malay, Deacon and Rev. ThaN. Missals advertised in this week's CATHOLIC PARTICIPATION Harris, David Hoban, Francis Hal Prendergast subdeacon. Mr. Paul issue of The Guardian. All prices James McCartby, Frank Bujarski and' Mr. Martin Busby of of such books are standard and IN THE WAR EFFORT Henry H. Mocney, Wm. N. are the same as Catholic Book All publicity of names and Delos Richard, William St. Yohn's Seminary will be mast stores everywhere, activities of Catholic men and we- Joseph L. Sullivan, Win. E. tars of ceremonies. : : : men is closely linked with the na- goner, W. E. Ward; Andrew The Blessed Sacrament will :be Philip M The above pictures, published in the "Rattler,". student publication of St. Mary's University, San An- tional Catholic plan to record Williams, Jr., Charles L. Tarleto exposed all day with reposition urray9 tonio, depict Lieutenant General Dwight D. Eisenhower, U. S. A., as he looked when he coached St. participation of Catholics' in World and Howard Taylor. taking place at 7:30 p.m. rIO HighMasses will be sung Man- Head, Wms Mary's football team, in 1916. They are reproduced here through the courtesy of Brother Lawrence War II. In addition to more Boys enlisted in the Marine day and Tuesday morning :by Conner, S. M., faculty adviser. (N.C.W.C.) npologetical value, these lists have from the parish are: Wm. S. Allel Father Malay with the music fur-Culture Award Choose Middle a special purpose of rendering the best spiritual attention to those in Clifford Gazely, Wm. T. MasseE o ;t (olumbu State Council ,, Mullins, Charles Oulett, nished by the children's choir: un- arms. s der . the direction of Sister rMar ,Windsor, Ont. (E)--Philip Mur- '" '""Vn"'" . . . Orville Pierce, Guy Watkins, J! Re resin a:::  . ;.:_ :l:raY: president of the C.I.O. has S Course, Urges Tne Dtessea. acrament wtx De. ir " i The following boys from the and Flare Young. eK"ed ^ach mornin at 6"30 a m `been selected as the th d reclp ent v,,o = s News  Cathedral Parish are enlisted in Serving wtth the Nurses' and Masses willbe said at 0.301o the Christian Culture Award, Fr. Parsons the Army: Harry Andrews, Frank are Rozan M. Hart and " New York.(E) --In an article on- Anthamatten, G. F. Beard'slee, Leo Louise Peat. _. and 7:30. :best0wed annually on some out-  titled "Blueprint for Catholics in Bender, Joseph B. Benton, GuN Clergymen Named Advisen The Solemn Closing will take standing lay exponent of Christian place Tuesday night at 7:45 .ith Bernier, Jr., Robert Berry, Howard the Priests of the city preseIlt;i  ideals, it was announced by the ' Nineteen Forty-Three" in the cur- Bidwell, Baltis D. Bourne, James To Infantile Paralysis Board :::ii:i!: Rev. J. Stanley Murphy, registrar By J, P. Reynolds rent issue of America, Catholic C. Bourne, B. D. Brandon, Ber- New York. (A--The z : v .... of Assumption College here, It is rumoredand we understand from authoritative sources weekly review, the Rev. Wilfrid nard Brodie, Gerald A. Brodie, Foundation for Infantile Paralysi .--::=c:::__,,,, founder and director of the Chris- that there is to be an initiation in Pine Bluff, Ark., tentatively set for Parsons, S.J., professor of political James Brown, Win. B. Bryant, Wm. which sponsors the annual obsel ti,i ( tian Culture Series of lectures. January 17th. Perhaps by the time this is published, all the details science at the Catholic Univer- Calliotte, H. G. Cooper, Jr., J. R. vance of the President's birthdal Arkansas Sta i The award, a medal, will be will have been worked out and sity of America, urges his fellow- Crume, Robert P. Pulley, John C. has chosen clergymen of the Ce Council made at the Palace Theater here decided, but even the rumor .... religionists and Americans in gen- Deacon, Robert Deacon, Richard tholic, Protestant and JewiJ on, iJanuary 24. Recipient of the should give rise to some interest, Catholic Union eral to work for a "middle way," iJ. Dennis, AnthonyDeSalvo, Greg-:churches asmembers era 1949. award was Jacques Marl- since it is the first sign of our combining the best features of the ory Elsken, Bernard Engel, Joseph advisory council. thin, philosopher, and in 1941, Me. 1943 activities, and should attract Right and Left political phil- Flynn, Harry Gibson, John M. Members of the new Sigrid Undset, novelist. An- many knights, osophies. Gracie, II, Wm. Hamling, James elude the Rt. Rev. Msgr. nouncing theselectionofMr. Mur-Pine Bluff is a convenient place | Arkansas ,,It is all the more important to Hammond, M. E. Herdman, Peter J. Ready, General Secretary of C rayasthisyear'swinner, Assump- to reach and get away from, bY makethisblueprintnow,"heme- J. Heyburn, EdwardHicks, Joseph National Catholic Welfare Co tion College stated he has for train, as well as being somewhat phasizes, "for after this war, we Hopkins, Joseph Iacovelli, H. J. ference; Dr. Samuel M. Cave; some years "exemplified in his centrally located, and Very has- are going to be faced with a dilem- Isenman, Leo Jacquemine, Michael General Secretary of the Fede manifold public life not only true pitable. To the holders of "B" or ma. The forces of capitalism and' Kaiczynski, Victor Katilius, Wm. Council of Churches, and Dr. rael Goldstein, President of Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. H. Wernke, I stettesman-like qualities but in a better rationing cards, who in- Little Rock, Spiritual Director [ the forces of collectivism are go- Katilius, Lee Kelone, Jr., Dean A rare degree those cardinal virtues tend to drive, this notice of an carl J. Meurer, Little Rock. Presidllt | ing to tell us that we have to Kent, Russell T. Lafferty, Richard Synagogue Council of America.i  so necessary in every age, but impending exemplification of the Bruno, Morrlltom | choose between them." Lewis, Frank L. Lindsay, Victor Secretary-Treasurer [ ':',. especially today, namely: Pru- three degrees of knighthood, will Zno. M. Wtllems, Sublaeo, [ "Our own position," he states, Lock, John E. Massery, Rhinehart    ;  ": d ence, Justice, Temperance and give them an opportunity to con- First Vice Psldent [ "must be to reject with firmness Miller, Noel M. Millott, William ,.,: .: Fortitude." serve gas enough to make the trip Stlemei 00oeah00. , S T A N D A R over the many s[l hghways Second Vice President I the claims of these two extremes Mooney, GUN Mooney, Claire Rud- Roy. Alphosa Mualler, O.S.B:,'" '''  Born in Lanarkshire, Scotland that lead to a pleresmy among Peter P. Hiegel. Conway, | that we have to choose between isill, W. A. Morgan, Leo Morrison, apiritual director, Charleston : Mr. lurray went to work as a brothers, and can,tod ,pul:ney-  Third Vice President ! comesthem" afterWhenthethewar,greatwe willdebatenot Mertonj. Nottenkamper,Nail' AllenjamesNewton,H. O'Con-Wm" ICE COMPAN00 T. J. Arnold. president Coal miner at the age of 10. He ing to knighthoocr'y'toi"u  The Catholic Women's Union of shout 'a plague on both your nor, Quinto Palazzi, John Porbeck, Park Hill. No, Little Rock, came to this country with his , {3. H. Kenkel, secretary, Brinkl ' amily six years later and settled Let us begin nc wy/repare for the Northwestern District of Ark- houses!' brush our hands off and Jr., Glenn H. Quinney, Thomas L....--r. ,r..sor.r..t Sm.00 fA k J. a. Vuerr,: let vice-prealdent#  "'1 in Pittsburgh, where he worked our next State Cqmouoon by giv- ansas will hold their quarterly go our separate ways. We have Raley, James F. Renda, Dr. Elmer O r ansas , done that too often in the past, Ritchie, Malcolm Robinson, Wm. in the mines until he was 24, when ing serious and tb.ured thought meeting January 31, 1943, at Paris, and so religion has come to be to B. Robinson, C. A. Roth, John Rust, Charleston .... S he was elected a membe of the to our Order, anflorays and means a Mlary Burka, 2nd vice-pros" mtr :United Mine' Worker's mterna- by which it mig,lt be impro'vdd Ark. All societies in the district the world a useless, because sterile, Wm. E. Shallow, Marshall Sharp, Sk" Phontas Victor Kordsmeier, 3rd vlce-presldent tional executive board. He soon and expanded. War conditions are requested to Send representa- invention." Robert Sharp, Paul E. Shelton, Marrilton won recognition as a national la- have changed our way of living tives. The District Speaking Con- Although rejecting the extremes Fred Stewart, J. L. Stolzer, Ray- Little Rock No. Little Root 1 . !  .or leader and has served on labor and created new problems, but it test for girls will be held at this of both economic creeds, Father m0d Troillet. Joseph Van Duyse, Cabot Brlnkley Beebe ! ' boards both in World War I and hasn't changed, or should not have meeting. (The winner will ap- Parsons argues Catholics must as- Patrick Welch, Thomas Welch, Pine Bluff DeValls Bluff The Subiaco Alumni, Greater in the present war. dulled our mental faculties to such pear in the State Speaking Contest sent to the partial truths of both, George Woods, Julian Woods, t n extent that we cannot adjus which will be held at Morrison "unite them into one central truth Timothy Taylor, Fred R. Giles, ' - - | Little Rock District, held its reg- :v ourselves to the changes, or pro- Bluff, September 5th and 6th and, in season, out of season, pre- James L. Giles and James Warner  .  ular monthly meeting at the home Maj. Gem Collins vent us from recognizing the prob- 1943.) Miss Frances Bartsch, Su- sent it to the world." Sharp. I of Mr. Leo Krebs, Park Hill, Sun- day afternoon, and the Ladies' Gets D.S.M. For lms and organizing means to blare, s the Chairman for the Dis- z: = Enlisted m the Navy are: Ralph t Auxiliary met with them to ar- solve them. On the contrary: trict Contest. Any Catholic sub- Priest Speaks at Carolina Adams, Clyde M. Beck, Cyrene BILL SCHMIDT range for the large Bingo party to Hawaiian Service these are times when cooperative ject chosen by the contestants may Bidwell, Robert L. Denni.-, Wil- e thought and action is very nares- be used' for the District Contest. Conference on Religion ]iam M Denn,:00, charles W or- AUTO PARTS bin, Edward J. Fay, Carl Barb, " ( be given by them in the Ballroom Washington. (E) Maj. Gen. J. sarythat's the way we are going Rules: Columbia, S. C. ()The Rt. Rev. Ra,:sell L. Harris, Carl G. Hart, of the Lafayette Hotel Thursday, Lawton Collins has been awarded to win the war and that's the Way Girls ranging 'in ages from 14 Msgr. Joseph L. O'Brien, pastor Calvert J. Hudgens, Jr., Jack Ira- I January 21st, at 8p.m. tile Distinguished Service Medal we knights should' prepare fol to 20 are eligible, provided they of St. Patrick's Church, Charles-heau, Frank Lukas, William Mr- & TIRE CO. Members of Branch No. 79 C.K. the War Department announced peace, do not have better than a high ton, S. C., and founder and rector Giiire, Dr. R. E. McLochlin, H. G. mitteef A. presentwere LeoandKrebs,n thiSMr.COm-and fOrvice,,"exceptionallYas chief ofmeritriUSstaff of ser-the :  school education, of Bishop England High School Mayer, Dr. Burch Raley, Robert J.  PARTS FOR ALL CARS e Mrs. Julian Nabholz, Mr. and Mrs. Hawaiian Department from De- Requiem Mass For National The subject must be delivered there was one of the principal Raley, O. G. Schichtel,, Herman Vulcanizing. Retreadln Carl E. Bopp, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. comber 17, 1941, to May 8, 1942. Advertising Representative from memory. Manuscripts from speakers at the University Chris- Seaman, Jr., Jolm Tinckle, May- Arnold, John R. Helbron and George F. Porbeck. Gen. Collins, the citation re- Brooklyn. (E)A Solemn Re= each contestant must be handed to tian Mission held at the Univer- nard Walton and Joseph F, Bins. t] cited, "revised and amplified the quiem Mass was celebrated at St. the chairman before the contest, sity of South Carolina here. Among the Air Carp are tim fol- 08-10 Towson Ave. e Length of time for delivery not "Religion and the World of To- lowing:: Walter Burke, Thomas * The third point given the Ca- defense plans of the entire depart- Brendan's Church here for George to exceed ten minutes, morrow" was the general theme turns, Franklin J. Pulley, A. J. Dial 4147 Fort Smith, ..II r tholic Union by our Most Reverend ment and actively supervised the J. Callahan, national advertising Participants will be judged on of the mission, an annual event Eekhart, John H. Farreil, Everett ,- BishOPGuardian,WaS,our"IntereStown Diocesanin The indiSpsitinfortifications.f troopSThroughoutand changesthis, many Catholic the following points; Delivery, at university, in which leaders rep- " h Paper". The Guardian is One of period le displayed outstanding Born in Nyack, N. Y., 57 years Composition and Appearance. resenting various religious groups  , Name and address of each con- participate, tU the best weekly lapers anywhere leadership, keen intelligence, broad ago, Mr. Catlahan was formerly on testant should be sent to Miss While in Columbia, Monsignor , and is worthy of the support Of tactical knowledge and unusual the advertising staffs of New York Bartsch as soon as possible. O'Brien spoke at more than  20 every Catholic in Arkansas. energy, and contributed greatly to dailies. He was graduated from According to Mrs. John Werner, conferences, seminars and forums. MY PRAYER BOOK The Resolution adopted by the the sound plan of ground defense the Columbia University Law Fort Smith, District President of He delivered an address on Card- Catholic Union and C.K. of A. con- of the Hawaiian Department." School, but chose a career in ad- CWU of A, a program in which inal Newman to the members of he vention anrmally is to the effect Gen. Collins is a brother of Maj. vertising. For the past fifteen resolutions of the CWU of A will the Newman Club at the Uni- By Father Lasanee ;', that The Guardian should be sub- Gen. James L. Collins, who is years he has was associated with be explained by the Benedictine vcrsity of South Carolina. scribed to by every member of commanding general of the Puerto W. W. Sharpe Co., Inc. Fathers at the January meeting is  v A MOST POPULAR PRAYERBOO] 1 both organizations. The price of Rican Department, and of Miss Wins Legion Oratory Contest being prepared. Complete pro- $2.00 a year is small, only 4 cts. a Agnes Collins, who is librarian of Brooklyn. {E)Peter J. Aracario, gram will appear later in "The week,cigar orthelessPricethanf aa verypackageCheaPof theconference.National Catholic Welfare a senior at Cathedral College High Guardian." z:  :N The reflections preceding the gum. School, was the winner of the an- The Guardian has many very siena and time of Masses, and nual oratorical contest sponsored 13 Air Corps Members PRAYER OOK in this book so attune the mind worthwhile items of interest, such many other interesting articles, by the Kings County American Confirmed By Bishop Desmond heart that the prayers would as its "Qui Vive?" on timely top- When the whole family is through Legion. The winner last year was Barksdale Field, La. (E)--Thir- but a natural outpouring of the ics, its Editorials, its farmers' col- reading it then it should be passeo also a Catholic school student, teen members of the Air Corps to God. umn, by Rev. Anthony Lachow- on to some Catholic family that Peter Regan, of Brooklyn Prep. were confirmed by the Most Rev. sky, C.S. Sp., its picture service does not or cannot subscribe for Of 16 entries, six were from Ca- Daniel F. Desmond, Bishop of with both foreign and also local same or to some Protestant neigh- tholic schools, which contributed Alexandria, in the post chapel of 702 pages s 1-2x4 inches pictures of churches, schools, and bor who will be more than pleased three of the four leading contest- Iarksdale Field. Commissioned Gems charitable institutions all over the to read it. ants. Mr. Aracio's tops was "God officers were sponsors for the sold- state, /ts Seminary News, its Ques- Rcv. E. J. Yeager pastor of St. and the Constitution." ferN. Reflections, Counsels, Prayers, and Devotions, Con- tion Box, its Rural Life confer- Faul's Church, Pocahontas, and ence column, its publishing of this members of Branch 79, is reported Of rains also Marriage-Mass and many special Praers. column, and other Catholic Society convale.:cing at his home after Columns, its Legion of Decency having spentsemetimeinaMem- THE SUNDAY MISSAL Reguhtr Edition Lists, its list of Churches and M is- phis hospital. Prayer No. 232, Imlt. Leather, limp, round red edges ............................. $2 No. 263, haft. 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