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1_ THE ,GUARDIAN, JANUARY 8, 1943 PAGE THREE L - " " 'ALL ITEMS SERVICE WOMEN--AT HOME AWAY FROM HOME El,.... A..I,, Bdl On Tax "- l& 00i00PERSONAL and SOCIAL I | I00cw nlU00 Exem-tions Goes ]. " | STORIES t] l' 11.1. Ye ' i-or MIIItarv To White House .H, Office 309 West Second St Phone 5486, by | MUST BE  I .......... / ,r.:-- ar t. rro ..... g Noon Tuesday. [ x.  1' Hunter bill, which clarifies the !,  VI tax exemption status of religious, I'T P T A  1car char,table and educatmnal prop- ,t he Catholic High school " " "  " "  W s" in ton (E} Th "  erty in the District of Columbia, Will meet Monday afternoon, Jan- 00athollcs In ...... n  ::=  -'7 e very Key. became law Saturday, when Presi- luar ........ 2.0 at the hi'h - 'l +. wc.arty, ...., l--to-: dent Roosevelt affixed his signa- |- .v xxLn, u' .o b  ] lr = VlnClal oI alumore Frovlnce OI *"r "o "'- --ea'ur ^ tschool, 25th & Games Sts. lake tart m theRe.d.empt.or, st F.athers.has been Municipal officials had placed --I Mt. St. Mary's P.T-------.A., will meet Farm Day named b-" n,s Hohness PonexdI Iibia,Tit)]rBa3h>oPte M':sV'us n theitY,l.aXsrOl31renUmnd Thursdav,, Januarv 14th, forlunch- ,.rehinotOrvya , ( Cnthohc" narti- n,,, 1 .... iJ ,T o:''+--"-c..,.,,, ,,,,,ar*";;;+-"" educational properties which pre- e0  b a "+ ............. ---" ooera :' ........... ' '  viously had enjoyed tax exemp- 4e'n at 1:00 p.m., followed y cpatlon, as well as the c p .- \\; mar of the Army and Navy Din- +; "  ..... + .... +;,, +h, ,,*iiJ tion of all other religious denom,- loose. The Military Ordinariate ........... " ........... ' ........... i']business meeting at 2:00 p.m. The Iooked rug class, under the direc- d0n of Kappy Neal will open at ,!0:00 a.m. .4_ The Catholic Business Women's O,21ub willholdtheirregular month- _PY dinner meeting at 6:00 p.m., IIOndav evening, January llth, at he F=eiderica Hotel; The Very "]tev. Msgr. Jas. E. O Connell will e the guest speaker for the even- .ag. For his subject he has chosen l_ne life of Joan of Arc. IS * :: ** * , , , , * * * * * * * * * * THE NEW ** 0 ENCYCLOPAEDIA : e BRITANNICA : Contains 24 volumes--24,380 * i't bages.-. 41,303 articles --35,- * v 000,000 words---17,588 illnstra- * *v Uo L. ns (including over 1,200 * .. Ulll-page plates, many in * , Color) __ 224 pages of brand * a Iew colored maps (as well as * ] ahnost 500 others). The brand *  Sew Gazetteer Index has ap- * [ Droxinmtely 100,000 entries, * I Which are In addition to the * a th.r e than 500,000 entries in, * .s: he regular Index. * ." In a letter to Rev. Frands * ,.X, Talbot, S.J.0 editor of * tn ,i  America', Engenlo, Cardinal *  raeelil, now Pope Plus XII, * .,' Sa4d "I deem It & etpltal point * gained that, in a publication of * e wide diffusion and in, * uence of the Encyclopaedia * ritannica, t h e proprietors * nave given evidence of their * Willingness to have Catholic * SUbjects treated by Catholic * aUthorities." * For infommaon regard/ng * e new Encyclopaedia Britain- * tiles, call or write to * SVEND PETERSEN * $ 260 Barber Avenue * . Phone 4-4045 * $ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * 1943 * CATHOLIC ART * lie CALENDARS * _ autlful calendars, 9 1-2 x 17 * aches in size, each month a * arate p a g e, illustrated * OUghout with choice rell- * us pictures in beautiful * COlors All Feast and Fast * Days 'shown. Each date at- * ctively set off with a * rtptural quotation. A pray- * er for the month at the top of * ah page. Order from The * ,.Uardian for immediate de-* avery. Price 30e each, postage paid. * ede distribution of these eal- * ,mars is a service feature of * "he Guardian. Sold wimout * profit to encourage every Ca- * ttlolic home to have a Catholic * CMendar. , ***************** +_.ANTED---Housekeeper for par- =l a la diocese. Write Box H, The tlardian, 309 1-2 West 2nd, Lit- e Rock, Ark. W ----"-*----- L ANTED--Girl or woman to do |eral housework Write Box A, 00.ardia., 309;00 West Second r % Little Rock, Ark. | I:L,PoR SALF80 - acrefarm, at ' ' Eliza [lt,... beth s parish near Mar- |lh+? or sale. Land Joins church Orhoeo%0Ol property. Good neigh- dllox u, 3 room house. Write +d, .', The Guardian 309Vz West t*'l lttle Rock, Ark. of this Forty Hours dedicated to prayers for and protection of our and girls in the Armed nations, in the observance of Farm Mobilization Day on January 12, as proclaimed by President Roose- velt, beginning a nationwide drive to enlist all farmers in the 1943 food production program, will be sought through pulpit announce- ments, a spokesman for the De- partment of Agriculture an- nounced. The highlight of the day's pro- gram will be a half-hour, all-net- work broadcast with inter- nationally known United Nations leaders as speakers, beginning at 5 p.m. (CWT). In the two weeks following Mobilization Day, each farm will be visited by a farmer committee, working out of the community War Boards established by the Department of Agriculture throughout the country. Regard- ing the program. Secretary of Agriculture Claude R. Wickard said: "The President in his Farm Mobilization Day proclamation calls upon farmers to do even more in 1943 than they have done dur- ing the last three record-breaking years. That is a tremendous or- der. Agriculture will have to mo- bilize fully to reach the objective. In 1942 farmers combined exper- iences and deetermination with good' weather to produce 12 per cent more food andmfiber than ever before in history... The 1943 pro- duction goals are a challenge to the American farmer. He knows that his success in reaching his goals will help decide whether or not your boy in Guadalcanal or his boy in North Africa will get enough to eat and wear." Cathedrai i00upils Continue Purchase Of War Stamps Little Rock.--Pupils of St. An- drews who have purchased War Savings Stamps amounting to one dollar or more are on the War Savings Stamps Honor Roll for December: Carolyn Keatts, $1.60; Angela Belotti, $3.50; Larry John- ston, $3.00; John Louis Segalla, $16.25; Peter Lock, $2.60; Dick Savary, $2.10. Other pupils who have purchased less than one dol- lar's worth are the following, vir- us Barre, Tommy Donahue, Le- land' Jones, Billy Bray, Alvin Bu- jarski, Billy Beck, Ann Wrape, Donald Border, Janet Lee Jones, Curtis Johnston, James Hath, Dickie Ellington and Joan Wag- goner.  _ _ Legion of Decency For The Family Commandos Strike At Dawn, The Ht Buddy Tarzan Triumphs For Adults Only McGuerins From Brooklyn, The Objectionable Keeper of The Flame Objection: The film tends to leave the impression that the leading feminine character, who sought to protect her country and. her husband's reputation, and who could have had recourse to law- ful authority, acted ethically in omitting purposely to inform him of known mortal danger, and thus contributing to his death. Blood Donors Attend Communion In Body Brooklyn. ()--An innovation in Communion breakfasts was made by Rev. Joseph Schreiner, pastor of St. Augustine's Church here when he was host to more than 200 persons who had responded to his appeal for blood donors for the American Red Cross. Before the breakfast, the men and women received Communion in a body. Judge Lucy Howarth pours tea for Apprentice Seaman Robin Hunt, Chief Yeoman Kathleen Middle* ton of East Orange, New Jersey; Helen Murphee, Yeoman Third Class of Houston, Texas, all members of the WAVES and Auxiliary Irene Rafailovich of New York City, a member of the WAACS. They are pictured at the USO Club in Washington, D. C., operated by abe Women's Division of the National Catholic Community Service, for women in the service and in defense work, (N.C.W.C.) Greater Little Rock Aaivities Cathedral Sunday, The Feast of The Holy Family. Low Masses Sunday at the Ca- thedral will be at 6, 7, 9 and 10 o'clock. High Mass at 11:00 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal Sunday evening beginning at 7:45 p.m., followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Novena to St. Theresa, the Lit- tle Flower, on Wednesday morn- ing following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. Regular '"Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., at 7:45 Tuesday even- ing. Confessions will be heard on Saturday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m., and then again from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m., also before the 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Regular weekly Bingo, bigger and better, will be sponsored by the January Circle at the Parish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., Wed- nesday night sharply at 8:15 p.m. Saint Edward's Church Sunday Masses are at 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon in all Masses: "King Herod and the Three Wise Men." The St. Aloy- sius Sodality will receive Holy Communion in the 7 o'clock Mass, and the Little Flower Sodality and Troop 4 Boys Scout will receive in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:30. Novena of the Sacred Heart of Jesus at 3:00 p.m., Sunday. Daily Masses during the week at 6:30 and 8:30 a.m. Novena of "Our Lady of Perpet- ual Help" Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., concluding with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Social The Congregation and friends will be entertained by Circle No. 1 at Bingo, promptly at 8:15 p.m., new schedule. St. Patrick's Church North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Novena for victory and Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment at 3 o'clock Sunday after- noon. Sunday is Communion day for members of the Holy Name Soc- iety. Breakfast in the hall will FORTY HOURS DEVOTION GOOD COUNSEL Maryland and Marshall Opening Sunday Morning 10:30 WITH SOLEMN HIGH MASS JANUARY 10 Exposition Through Sunday, Monday and Tuesday SOLEMN CLOSE TUESDAY NIGHT, January 12 at 7:45 p, m. Let us petition the Most Blessed Sacrament" follow the 7 o'clock Mass. The January committee in charge of this activity is: John Hum, chair- man, assisted by: John l'uniskL W. J. McDermott, Wm. Plats, John Engelberger, Alex Makoski, C. H. Greasy. Sunday is also Communion day for boys of the parish. Instructions are held in + the rectory each Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock. " The School weifare collection will be taken up at the Masses Sunday. The weekly social will be held in the hall at 8 o'clock Monday evening, sponsored by the Altar Society, with Mrs. M. RapiUard as chairman, assisted by Mrs. Frank Bauer, Mrs. M. Kornmyer, Mrs. A. Mitchell and Mrs. O. T. Canada. The P.T.A. will meet in the hall Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Following a brief, business meet- ing there will be a lecture and travelogue. All members are urg- ed to be present at this important meeting. Good Counsel Church The Novena for Peace and Vic- tory will be held Sunday night in connection with the Reposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament at 7:30. The Novena to the Little Flower and the Novena to the Blessed Sacrament will be held every Fri- day night at 7:30. Builders night tonight will be in charge of the Holy Name Men with activities beginning at 8:15. All are invited to attend. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet Thursday night, Jan 14th, at 8 in the school hall. Msgr. Scheper will conduct the discussion club Monday night at 8 in the music room of the school. All Catholic or non-Catholic's, are invited to attend. The Good Counsel P.T.A. will i meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 13, at 2:30 in the school hall. Forty Hours will begin at Good Counsel Sunday with solemn High Mass at 10:30. The Solemn Closing will take place TUesday night at 7:30. The Altar Society will meet this afternoon at 2 in the school hall. The following are on the Jan- uary committee at Good Counsel Church: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Bus- by, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Kelliher, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. French, Mr. and Ralph Chambers, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Parker, Miss Annie Mernah, Mr. and Mrs. Walter McCroskey, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lanz, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Gallwitz, Mr. and Mrs. H. Castleberry, Miss Helen Cain Webb, Mrs. Jack Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Prieur, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Austen, Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Hampel, Mrs. J. W. Walpole, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Murphy, Miss Elsie Achterberg, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.  Philips, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Clowers, I Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Mase, Mr. and Mrs. Burke Toliver, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Keith, Lt. Mary Louise Dril- ling, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Harville, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pope, Mrs. Dan Cox, Mrs. L. M. White. 5,000 Naval Trainees Receive Christmas Communion Rochester. (IC)-- Five thousand of America's Catholic youth, now in the service of their country, re- ceived Holy Communion and as- sisted at a Solemn Pontifcal Mass celebrated by the Most Rev. James E. Kearney, Bishop of Rochester at the Sampson Naval Training Station on Seneca Lake, Christmas midnight. Bishop Kearney preached the Christmas sermon. He was assist- ed at the Mass by the Rev. William McPadden, assistant priest; Chap- lain Joseph D. McDonald and Chaplain Francis W. Nolan, O.F.M. deasons of honor; the Rev. Dr. Wilfrid Craugh,, deacon of the Mrs. Hoffman Heads USO Hospitality Little Rock. Mrs. Fl.--once Hoffman and Mrs. Loree A11en will serve as co-chairman of the Club Hospitality Committee which will serve at the USO, NCCS Club on Sunday, January 10th. Those assisting on the co,,,it- tee are: Mrs. A. P. Stedman, Mrs. Paul Bujarski, Mrs. Frank ,,wlo, Mrs. Ed Ball, Mrs. George H'm% Miss Violet Allen, Mrs. P. E .... s- ley, Mrs. Dave Volpert, and Mrs.  Louis Baresch. ' Coffee and coffee cake x,,iU e served in the morning and !m sandwiches, cake and coffee in the afternoon. Bishop Leo Binz To Be Installed In Winona, Jan. 6 Winona, Minn. ()--The solcw.,n installation of the Most Rev. Leo Binz, Coadjutor Bishop of Winona. will take place in the Pro-Cathe- dral at St. Thomas here on Jan- uary 6, with the Most Rev. John Gregory Murray, Archbishop of St. Paul, officiating. Following the Solemn Mass to be celebrated by Bishop Binz a dinner will be held at which the Most Rev. Edward F. Hoban, Bish- op of Rockford and recently nam- ed Coadjutor Bishop of Cleveland, will speak on behalf of the clergy and laity of Bishop Binz's native diocese of Rockford. The Rev. Bernard A. Kramer, pastor of St. Joseph's Parish, Winona, will deliver the address of wel- come. Pioneer Labor Organizer Dies Halifax, N. S. (R:)--John T. Joy, 72, pioneer in organized labor and workmen's compensation and prominent Catholic layman, is dead. He was organizer and first pesident of the Halifax local of the International Longshoremen's Association. Mr. Joy was the founder of workmen's compensation in Nova Scota, and one of the original members of the Nova Sonata Work- men's Compensation Board. He itspired provincial legislation for workmen's compensation and for setting up the board. For 20 years he was the sole representative of labor on the board. Mass; Chaplain Nicephore Grul- kowski, sub-deacon; Rev. Raymond Nolan, master of ceremonies, and Chaplain Eugene B. LeGault, 'as- sistant master of ceremonies. METRAILER AND HART Leaders in Better SHOE REPAIRING And SHOE MAKING at moderate prices SINCE 1899 110 E. lth St. Phone 4-018 HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Company Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Instaatlon ud Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING $21 West Capitol Phone 8153 Little Rock, Arkansas , Reliable---Satisfactory now has two Military Delegates, the other being the Most Rev. John F. O'Hara, C.S.C. This is announced in word re, ceived at the Apostolic Delega- tion here Tues. Bishop-elect McCarty was born at Crossingville, Pa., August 11, 1889, the son of Timothy and Mar- garet (Burns) McCarty, both of whom are now deceased. He at- tended St. Mary's College, North East, Pa., before entering St. A1- phonsus Seminary at Esopus, N. Y. He was ordained to the priest- hood by the late Cardinal John Farley, then Archbishop of New York, on June 1, 1915. The ordi, nation took place at Mount St. Alphonsus, t h e Redemptorfs House of Studies at Esopus. Following his ordination, Bil- op-elect McCarty joined the Stf' 0t his alma mater, St. Mary's Col-. lege, North East, Pc., where :'he, taught in 1916 and 1917. He re- turned to Mount St. AlphousuS the following year, where he taught Philosophy until 1926, and where he was Prefect of Students from 1921 to 1930. He was Rector at Mount St. Alphonsus from 1933 o 1939, and as Provincial, has had his residence at Our Lady of Per- etual Help Church, Brooklyn+ since 1939. : Colored WAACS Sing At Midnight Mass Des Moines, Ia. {)--cokired WAACS were soloists at the Mid- night Mass offered for the Wo- men's Army Auxiliary Corps in the new chapel at Fort Des Moines. The Mass was celebrated by the chaplain, the Rev. Urban C. Beer. Receives Flying Cross Two Harbors, Mich. (g)--Rolanc J. Pacini, who received the Dis- SAVE MONEY ON Fire Auto INSURANCE See JOHN H. TUOHEY With A. W. Sloss Ins. Agency Phone 4-4121 213-214 Exchange Bldg. Hegarty Drug Company 4th and Main Sts. Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. asserted that the properties did not qualify for tax exemption under their interpretation of District of Columbia law. They construed religious houses of studies and seminaries not to be "schools," and declared that long-established charities did not qualify as "char- itable institutions," because their " clients were largely members of a particular faith or fraternal or- ganization. The: McCarran-Hunter law de- 'fines the tax exempt status of re ligious, charitable and educational properties beyond the powel  of municipM authorities to interpret" it :away. It restores to tax exempt. :status those properties which the i local: fficers had placed on,'the tax r.olls. : ...... tinguished Flying Cross. for valor in battle and now teaching radio aviation in San Diego, was form- erly a member of Holy Ghost par- ish, here. He once served aboard the aircraft carrier "Lexington." " Th ly ibie + " e Ho No. I No, S No. 3 ' Douay Version Size 5 5/8 x 8 inches, 1300 pages Contains 14 maps of the Holy Land and 4 page fatally'records. Bindings number 3, 4, 5, and 6 contain 32 pictures of biblical events. Supplementary FeatUres A.--A double index. B--Indul- gence prayers before and after reading The Holy Bible, and data regarding indulgences granted for the reading of the Sacred Scrip- tures. C.--An historical and chron- ological Table of Events in the Old and New Testaments. D.--A table of the Epistles and Gospels as read in the Pulpit each Sunday. Variety of Bindings' No. 1--Cloth, stiff cover, blind stamp and cross, red edges ........... .00 No. Z--Morrokette, flexible, blind stomp, red edges .................. $ 2,75 No. 3.--Morrnkctte, flexible, gold stamp, red under gold edges ..... $ 4.00 No. 4.---merican Seal Leather, llexlble, sold title, red under gold edges ........................................ $ s.oo No. S.--Levant Grain Leather, Yapp. Gold title, red under sold edges ........................................ $ No. 6--Morocco leaher lined, very flexible, gold title, red under gold edges ............................ $10.00 Order from The Guardian 309Vz West 2nd, Little Rock, Ark. 'N)" IHSV For War Damage Insurance call or see BERNARD T. 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