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8  THE GUARDIAN JANUARY 20, 196 White House Meeting Views Needs of Aging In Spiritual Perspective Washington, (N:) -- A leading l participant in the White House J Conference on Aging said it viewed properly man's relation- ship to God in dealing with pro-] posals for aiding the aging. Msgr. Raymond J. Gallagher, coordinator for Catholic partici- pation in the conference, praised the cahn thoroughness with whichthe four.day meeting was conducted. "The conference proposed re- medies for the needs of the ag- ing without pushing any panic CENTRAL AIRLINES to FORT WORTH KANSAS CITY Can FR 4-6418 ? , @ Won't YOU HELP Your DIOCESE AID the NEEDY Your DISCARDS will sup- port a TWO FOLD pro- gram -- the CATHOLIC YOUTH and the NEEDY who have little to spend. We need CLOTHING, SHOES, 13OATS and HATS for babies, chil- dren, men and women. Also DISHES, LINENS, etc. Help our YOUTIt  Help the NEEDY. Phone FR 2-8926, FR 4-8522, or bring your packages to Catholic Youth Clothing And Furniture Store 316 West 6th St. Little Rock button for ungodly solutions not in keeping with man's nature in the image and likeness of God," he said. The Monsignor, who is assis- tant director of Catholic Chari- tie's in the Cleveland' diocese, said conference delegates af- firmed clearly that "the first responsible agent in meeting the needs of older people is the family. Msgr. Gallagher said that the way the conference voted on health and medical care for the aged seemed to be in keeping with the general view of Church and welfare leaders. "If it is true that there is a large body of the medically in- digent," the Monsignor stated, "then the more desirable way of meeting their medical needs is to be found in the contributory system whereby the recipient earns and pays for such medical care in advance. "This would seem to remove the 'means' test through which public assistance is given. Un- der such a program applicants must be virtual paupers before they can rightfully receive any medical aid. Such a system seems contrary to principles of justice and the right of the applicant to assistance with honor and dignity. This is particularly true of assistance for the aging." The aging person should be encouraged to take an active part in family and congregation- al life and not be treated as an outcast, it was emphasized in a 1,200-word policy statement sub- mitted to the Conference. The statement's preamble said that "the meaning of life is to be found solely in man's rela- tionship to God." It pointed out that both the family and congregation have a direct responsibility to provide special services, educational ma- terials and programs for the ag- ing. "The goal," it added, "is not to keep the aging busy but to help them find in every mo- ment an opportunity for great- ness." 'Girl In Room 13' Condemned By Legion New York, (N:)--"The Girl In Room 13" has been placed in the condemned class by the National Legion of Decency. The legion explained that the Layton-produced movie was eval- uated in Class C because "the low moral tone which pervades the development of the theme of this fihn is further compounded by highly indecent and salacious treatment in costuming, dancing and situations." TERMITES!I $51000 GUARANTY BOND 25 years serving Arkansas Pest Control Service All Over Arkansas e P. O. BOX 2597 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Phone FRanklin 4.6469 SANDS MOTEL 929 N. College Ave. FAYETTEVILLE HI 2.5315 2 blocks from U. of A. -- 6 blocks from Downtown FREE TV RADIO and SWIMMING POOL When somebody gets hurt, working on Tour property, who'= going to pay the bill? Not you, U Tou're adequately covered by lkbilii insuro crees. Costs little, can =ave muchi rater may be too late; Insure now BALDWIN & CANBY, Inc. FRanklin 5-2345 I Urges Federal Aid Be Cut New Motion Pictur Reviewed l From Segregated Colleges By Legion of Decent ! Washington, (E) The Civil mc, ndcd that Federal funds bc Rights Commission has urged withheld from private colleges that the Federal govermnent which practice discrimination. The Guardian lists withhold its aid from segregated The report noted that northern the newly-produced motion colleges and universities, and western public colleges "are tures reviewed this week by The commission charged that nSt free of suspicion of discrim- Legion of Decency. the Federal government 'has ination." But the "heart of the been a silent partner in the crea- )roblem" is in the South, it said. Class A. Section 2 tion and perpetuation of sepa- The commission listed six rate colleges for Negroes." southern states as making up Gold Of The Seven Saints It said that by allowing south- the hard core of opposition to era legislatures to channel Fed- public college integration--Ala- Class, A. Section 3 era] funds to white colleges and bama, Georgia, Mississippi, South away from Negro schools, "the Carolina, l,'lorida and Louisiana. French Mistress Vederal government bears a It also found "substantial dis- heavy responsibility for the re- crimination" in some public in- sulting discrimination against stitulions in Arkansas, N o 1 t h Class C, Condemned past and present generations of Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Girl In Room 13, The , Negroes." Virginia. The commission's 350-page re- Church in Cuba Hit b'/ Castro 'War' Moves port confined itself to a study of public institutions of higher We Lend Real Estate education. But three of the ,-,oney on Cuban Premier Fidel Castre's militia recently I periodical te dare criticise the regime. At left, group's six members--including OcCUpied 10 Catholic churches, schools and or- I Father Ignacio Blain, O.F.M., editor of La Quin. Father Theodore M. Hesburgh, l/I t0 R & R IC It I E R, I, c. ganizaticn headquarters on the pretext of an cena, is shown at his desk before the magazine C.S.C., president of Notre Dame immtnent invasion of Cuba by U.S. forces. In was suppressed. At right, is pictured the head- (Ind.) University also recom- .Havana, militiawomen occupied the Old City's o-,rer ef the Cuban Catholic Youth movement 522 Pyramid Life Bldg. Telephone FR 4-1631 Fraucisean church and convent which housed the which was occupied by the Castro militia. (NC printing plant of La Quincena, last Cuban l'tlct) Provineial of St. Joseph Oblates Killed in Aeeldent OUl VIVE? Interfaith Day Proposed Madera,  lit 11 , () Ponlifical Requiem Mass f,,r Father l)omi- "HOLY CROSS GARDEN" (Continued from Page 1) nic A. Albcrtelli, O.S.J., 48, Calif- tion periods. Besides, only eight Washington, (E) -- A proposal proclamation in connection with ornia provincial of the Oblates PREPAREDNESS -- As Important as the prepare- pupils are assigned to one class, for an annual "Interfaith Day" the day, urging its observance of St. Joseph, was offered by Lion of a WILL, Providing Insurance and Planning Such a program Is a little too has been introduced in Congress by all citizens. Bishop Aloysius J. Willingcr, the Estate, Js the Selection of the Family Burial Lot heavy for our Grade Schools. So Sen. Kenneth B. Keating of C.SS.R., of Monterey-Fresno in in Advance of need. Call for the servlees of our why attempt a thing unless it New York sponsored the resolu- Sen. Keating stated in intro- San Joachim church here. can be done right? We Ameri. tion (S.J. Res. 24) which would ducing the resolution that the Father Albertelli died Jan. 11 Counselors without obligation... cans have well nigh ruined our designate the fourth Sunday of purpose of Interfaith Day would of injuries sustained in an auto- PARK educational system by being each September as Interfaith be to "unite individuals of all mobile crash on fog-bound Pa- FOREST HILLS MEMORIAL swept off our feet by so many Day. faiths behind a common purpose chaco Pass. Father Marie Buttini, I other unsound educational pro. The resolution would authorize ..-tim extension and preservation O.S.J, driver of the auto escap- I Old Little Rock-Benton Highway Viking 7-3512, cedures. Such fads are not for the President to issue an annual of buman dignity." cd with minor injuries. grade schools. There is only one way to learn a language for prac- tical purposes and that is to speak it. You don'thavetobe GREATER LITTLE ROCK literate. People who can't read or write can speak several lan. guages. mla; ta2hee'JP;Oeu:LSerNssIeVY[lcIOOK CHURCH/ SHOPPERS GUIDE titled, "Athletics, the Poison Ivy in Our Schools" by Dr. James B. Conant, former president of " Mass J,.71r,,OCI'UI"S 7:00 to 8:30 P.M. Confessions before 8:00. First Fridays -- 6:30 and 8:00 Havvard University. He speaks MUTUAL I First Friday and before Holy Days from A.M. lllll!i CONSULT i of the necessity of developing NSURANEE OF ALL KINDS ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL, 617 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8 P.M. Confessions -- Sundays--before the i. B^EOER V. Bushy scholarship and physical fitness Louisiana, FR 4-2794. Sunday Masses * * * 6:00, 7:30 and 9=30 A.M. and 5:r)0 MUTUAL roundlyin our schOOlcondemnsChildren,the presentbUt he BERNARDSeeT. HEINZE at 6, 8 and 10 A.M., 12:05 P.M. and ST. BARTHOLOMEW'S, -1622 Mar- P.M. Masses and Saturdays, Thursdays  INVESTMf 5:30 P.M. Holy Day Masses, same as shall, Little Rock. FR 2-4682.--Sunday before First Fridays and eves of Holy SERV.CSS. INC. system of developing specialists Collins & Co. 206 Louisiana Sundays. Weekday Masses at 8 A.M. Masses at 7:30 and 9:30 A.M. Week- Days--4:00 to 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 to =z7 .HALL BED=. in athletic games to play on IJ FR 6-1341 - Little Rock, Ark. and 5:30 P.M. First Friday Masses at day Mass, 6:30 A.M. Holy Day Mass 8:00 P.M. j ,u .6=s;:, teams for the entertainment of 8 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. First Saturday 9:00 A.M. " BaptismsSundays at 1:00 P.M. the people of the various corn- Masses at 8 A.M., 12:05 and 5:30 P.M. , , , by appointments. munities. He said that in his sur- Hour of Reparation starts with 12:05 * * * BATTERY STREET vey, he found "schools in which Open7A.M. to9P.M.KofCJeweiry Mass. Confessions Saturday and eves ST. PATRICK'S ,CHURCH, 211 West ST. MARY'S, 1200 W. 16th, North DRUG STORE the life of the school revolves JAMES M. (JIM) EARLE of Holy Days and First Fridays from 19th St. North Little Rock, Arkansas, Little Rock. FR 4-7123. -- Sunday around the athletic field not the The Top Value Stamp Jeweler 4:30 to 6 and 7:30 to 8:30 P.M. Also FRanklin 2-1144. Masses Sundays-- Masses, 5:30, 8 and 10 A.M. Week- llth& Battery . Little classroom." This athletic de- WATCHES---Ct,OCKS--JEWELRY before all Masses., 6:00, 7:30, 9:30 and ]]:00 A.M. and day Masses, 6:30 and 8. Holy Day John E. Honea& Troy S. mentia,the colleges,WhiChhashadseepedits origindownin ElectricSALES& Mantel & REPAIRScIock adl'lll l* 5:00 P.M. Hob' Days--6:00, 7:00, 9:00 Masses, 5:30 and 8 A.M. and 6:00 Phone FR 4-5584 Phone FR 2-S721 HOLY SOULS, Nor h Tyler and I and 7:30 P.M. Week Days--6:30 and P.M. First Sunday, All Day Adoration WE DELIVER through the high schools into the 416 East llth St. Little Rlk concluding at 5 P.M. Confessions Sat- junior high schools which have Streets. Rectory, 914 N. Harrison. .- their "marching bands, major- MO 3-8632. Sunday Masses 6, 7:15, urday and on eves of Holy Days from ettes and cheer leaders." Speak- :'::::' "**':'' 8:30, 0 and :5 A .o0000dav CARL FINCH CO. 4 tO 5 and 7 to 8 P.M. TASTY FOOD :.:,::.::" ' "'. ::, :,:.5' * * ing of majorettes reminds one of ii!::= .... :!:ii For All Your Masses 6, 7, 8 and 9 A.M. Weekday REASONABLE the contrast at football games, Life Insurance Needs 6:30 and 8. Confessions= Saturdays, For Janitor Supplies ST. AUGUSTINE'S, 1421 East Second Off-street parking and on Thursdays before First Fridays 409 W. Capitol Street, N. Little Rock, FR 4-5704. Sun- JIM between these half-naked ghrls Call "Phil" Oumboski and on Eve of Holy Days, 4 to 6 and Little Rock  dey Masses 7:30 and 9:30 A.M. Holy desporting themselves in weath- Phone SKyline 3-2762 7 to 8:30 P.M. Ph. FR 2-2135 Day Masses 8:30 A.M. and 6 P.M. FRED & 'S er that is very frigid while the iii!i;iii]::!::,, "::, WeekdaYsaturdays MaSSand eves6:3OofA'M'HolyCnfessinSDays, 5 to observers are huddling together i!! I:: :i Member * * * 810 So. University under blankets. This is one of ' St. Anne's Parish ST. THERESA'S, Baseline H o a d the abuses and inconsistencies "" L0 5-9198. -- Sunday Masses, 6:30, HARRISON DRUG 6 P.M. Also before, all, Masses. which Dr. Conant failed to men- 8:30, 10:00 and 11:15 A.M. Weekday tion. He said that in some states Mass 8 A.M. Holy Day Masses, 6:00 Prescriptions Filled with Care IMMACULATE CONCEPTION, 6 7 1 2 h Highway 5. North Little Rock. LAUDERDALE such as New York high school BOX Lunc es 7:30 and 9 A.M. Benediction following Graduate Pharmacists games for state championship 11:15 Sunday Mass. Confessions Sat- SK 3-4323 Masses: Sunday 7:30, 9:30 d urday evenings. Eves of Holy Days, Free Delivery 9 AM 9 PM and 11 A.M. Holy Day Masses 6 ROOFING & BUILDING have been eliminated. This is a Foe S 7:30 to 8:30 P.M., and before first 3610 Kavanaugh Me 4-1501 and 9 A.M. and 6 P.M. Confessions MATERIALS good gesture but it can scarcely heard before all Masses. BUILT UP & SHINGLE accomplish much as long as the For Parties two Sunday Masses. Mass on First little league organizations sport- Friday 11;00 A.M. * * * 2622 W. 12th St. Little sor championships from the dis- * * * DAN'S SHOE SHOP ST. ANNE'S, Remount and Camp Rob- Phone FRanklin 2.7071 triet up to the national level. It ,  MARYLAKE CARMELITE NOVITIATE, Ray TROILLETT Clarence inson Roads, North Little Rock. Marvin Lauderdale, might help if the high school and  Highway 167, fourteen miles south SKyline 3-3977Sunday Masses, 7:00 -' d junior high school coaches would of Little Rock. L0 5-4070--Sunday B.F. Goodrich Canvas and 9:30 A.M. Confessions one-half mp",l.. Backe High Mass, 9 A.. Sung Vespers, 2:30 Iootwear hour before each Mass. Holy Day 7\\;=m=mi By 32 refrain from sending their me- Masses, 8 A.M. and 6:15 P.M. Week-  Years notorious publicity stories to the P.M: Special services for Scapular De- 2903 Kavanaugh Me 3.5312 votion on fourth Sunday of eech "The Best Shoe Repairing" day Mass, 8 A.M. First Friday Mass, .-.r-- Ex ri daily papers. The combined vo- BARBECUE month. Weekday Masses 5 and 6=30. 6:15 P.M. No morning Mass. vm,'- cabulary of their efforts in any LOcust 5-9685 A.M. * * * "ROOFS REPAIRED" given daily paper indicates that 3302 Fair Park Blvd. * * * IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY, their education in English was TEDFORD Drug Store Marche Sunday Masses, 7:30 and badly neglected. The so-called ST EDWARD'S, 815 S h e r m a n. "bear stories" which they publish FR 4-5767--Sunday Masses, 5:30, 7, REXLL 10:00 A.M. Holy Day Masses  8:00 about imaginary sickness and in- 8:30, ]0:30 A.M. Benediction after C.B. Wright - T. E. Mattax A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Weekday Mass Clip and Mail juries among their players are JOEL i])1"I 8:30 Mass. Holyday Masses, 5:30, 7, Pharmacists at 7.30. , so ridiculous that they fool no 8:30, and 9:30. Weekday Masses: 6 Phone FR 4-4926 * * * one among the coaching fratern, and 8. Confessions: Saturdays from 915 East Ninth Street LITTLE ROCK AIR FORCE BASE--Sun lieve them and what must they day at 7:30 P.M. Novena to Our Lady 12:30 P.M. Holy Day Masses 7 A.M., think of the lack of regard for of Perpetual Help, followed by Social 12 Noon and 5;15 P.M. Daily Mass Hour in church basement. ' )l.lmp 11:30 A.M. Perpetual Help Novena the welfare of the supposedly . , Tuesdays, 7:30 P.M ...... CLEANERS & DYERS ailing players when they see OUR LADY OF G00D COUNSEL "Pezsonalized Work" them appear at their usual post. BARBER SHOP CHURCH, |715 Maryland Avenue. Tele- tions at game time. Dr. Conant C.C. Bumpass, Owner I said the school games have de-  New Location  ohone FRanklin 2-389]. -- Sunday 2909 W. Markham B U I C E asses (all at the Church)--7, 8=15, ELEPHONE Me 3-6200 DRUG STORE I ycleped into circuses. He said, 121 SCOTT STREET 9:45, 11 A.M. and 5:15 P.M. withBene- "I use the term circus advisedly. LITTLE ROCK diction after the 8:15 o'clock Mass. Phone Me 3-4133 One does not have to be too old Phone FRanklin 2-9050 Holydey Masses= 6, 7, 8 and 9 A.M. Proscription Service to rememher when cheerleaders were amate.rs, .ot trained in 5=15 Wee0000. 00ass at PIKE PLAZA E00onomy 03 w. Markham choreography, when there were Church, 7 A.M4 at the School 8 A.M. DRUG L I T T L E R O C K no marching bands, no major- SMALL ENOUGH First Friday and First Saturday Masses Pike Plaza Shopping Center FOR: ettes, no drill squads." Dr. Con- TO KNOW YOU . . . at 6:30 end 7 A.M. Confessions every MemberDan Sarna,of st.Reg'Mary'sPharmaciStparish Free Design Booklet ant spoke of the fact that the LARGE ENOUGH Saturday from 4:00 to 5:30 and from 2700 Pike Ave. FR 4.3785 Prices followers of teams demand win- TO SERVE YOU ... North Little Rock, Ark. Plumbing & Terms hers. He was perhaps too kind MAIL TO: to say it, but the attachment to Expertly. Package Refreshments -- -vHeat;n w .'"ya'" Mum a winner perks up the inferiority Convenient Location  A ] ELECTRIC COMPANY " complex that many people have.  , for Heights Shoppers Electrical Contractors "k REPAIR SPECIALISTS It makes their home town or / Monuments Since their home state seem important Kavanaugh MANHATTAN 9]04% Loetscher Lane if it has a winning team. Such Little Rock Geo. H. Woods 2121 Wright Ave. Little Rocl GEORGE C. WYATT people live in a fool's paradise Pharmacy k but it is perhaps nice while it _ Pac age Store Licensed Bonded Insured Phone LO 5-1563 Night L0 5-4865 Call FR 2-3342 Little Rock JOHN W. )AMSON lasts. 5008 Phone 2915 WEST MARKHAM = = Kavanaugh Me 3-8604 (Stifft Station) Appointed Vicar General LYON "Little Rotk's Preferred Funeral Home" Chicago, (E)--AuxilJary Bishop FREEZER FOODS SERVICE, INC. DRUG CO. Cletus F. O'Donnell of Chicago )J]'d. .()TheREXALLStore has been appointed Vicar Gen- Live Better and Feed your Family for Less '"-/" Phone SK s.esel eral of the archdiocese by Albert  4214 New Conwy Pike Cardina'l Meyer, Archbishop of North Little Rock, Ark. Chicago. He will share the  Vicar General duties with Msgr. EVERY BANKING SERVICE George J. Cushy, who has held Federal and State "Or  the post si,ce 1943. _,_en .,a..r_a. Until (: ,, rl w Noon" INCOME TAX RETURNS PULASKI HE/GHT$ BANK The Radio Clinic Eat Steak on a Hamburger Budget SOUTHWEST Grant at Kavanaugh Member FDIC NEW LOCATION - 912 MAIN ST. Terms to Suit Every Budget Accounting Service Radloe  Let a Counselor Come to Your Home 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Freezer Foods Service Inc. Television Sales And Show YouHow In Soikes Real Estate Service & Insurance Office ALL HOUSEHOLD PESTS ? Villege Shopping Center Call LO $-3424 Phone Phones: Office L0 5-3497 DKUIk,,I /IK/V|IIMIA Ir,il 1II'3_.'IPIPr&AIklIV FR 4-887"/ 618 E, Markham  FR 4-5013 Home M0 4-1716 or L0 5-8069 6000 Patterson