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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 23, 1942 PAGE THRFR d SOC;AL00 PERSONAL an AND ,  STORIES elephone or Send Social Items to The Guardlan SUBMITTED Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by[ MUST BE Noon Tuesday. [ SIGNED Polish Army Ninth and Sherman Sts., entertain with their big card party and bingo, and night, Tuesday, Chief Presents 27. Mrs. Roy Atwood, assisted by Mrs. L. P. and Mrs. Joe P. Gilmore. Sword toChurch and Mrs. George Runshang mith, formerly of Little announce the birth of a Runshang, Jr., De- 17, 1941, at St. Edward's m Scout Troop 11, of St. An- Cathedral will sponsor a party at the school parlors, Sixth, Friday, January 8:15 p. m. The public is cor- invited to attend. Safe Mother Prays Requiem Mass Angeles. .--Even as she at the catafalque over the prayers of the had been said for her Robert, reported in action," Mrs. M. R. of Highland Park, Los suburb, felt there was hope. in their khaki unt- the members of Boy Troop No. 61, of which was not only a member many years a leader, Father Alker hail him as who had died for his Ingram, despite the she held in her hands notification of the that her soil death in the Japanese on Pearl Harbor Decem- prayed that there migltt a mistake. she went home she still A few days after she received a let- December 14 and de- by transportation diffi- Was from her son, alive days after he had been killed. Later confirma- in form of an offi- indicating the was erroneous. Urges Temperance, a Evil Magazines Rivers, Que. (EL--The Alfred O. Comtois, of Three Rivers, told mem- /the local Knights of Co- two of their aims the the benefits of tern- and a very active cam- to obtain the banning of and other simi- London. 00.--General Sikorski, Commander-in-Chief of the Pol- ish Forces, has presepted his cere- monial sword, in an ornate scab- bard, to the Polish Church here, and it will rest before a picture of Our Lady of Czestochowa to- gether with ex vote offerings made by men of the Polish army, navy and air force. The offerings include little statues made by the men themselves and medals won by airmen. The new picture around which the offerings are grouped has been blessed by His Eminence Arthur Cardinal Hinsley, Archbishop of Westminster, who also dedicated to the Sacred Heart all the Poles in this country. The Polish Army Ordinary, Bishop Joseph Gawlina, offered Mass on the occasion and the Pol- ish Army choir sang the music of the Mass. When Mass was said by the Polish Church on Christmas Eve, the Pastor, the Roy. Ladislaus S. Students to Get Scholarships (E). -- Ten United are soon to be for one-year scholarships of the other American it has been announced A. Rockefeller, Coordi- can Affairs of of Emergency Manage- scholarships are being ,Under the "Roosevelt Fel- Program, which provides annual exchange of stu- from the United other American re- and 20 coming here, one of the republics. Given Civic on Pastoral Visit India OC)--A hearty was given the Most Oubagaraswima, of Coimbatore, when he visit to the of the Council to the Bishop an ad- en behalf of the Council and in the greeting extolled the interest in the gen- of the community. In Oubagaraswami population to With the other people in all things de- common good. f Two Priests Nuns Dead (E).---ven of Mrs. Jo- who died here of 82, are in religious the three sons are Rev. J. B. Deschenes, J. A. Deschenes, the diocesan chaplain for Young Workers, St. of the six daugh- nuns. Years Dies. N. J. (D.--As- of the Sisters of the Diocese of ICamden Mother Mary Teresa at Mount St. Mary's here at the age of 71. relatives is a Angelica, Su- ames' School, Red FROM Staniszewski, declared . that his was the only Free Polish church in all Europe in which Mass was being offered on that day. All the traditional Polish cus- toms were observed after Mass, when a large party of Polish sol- diers, sailors and airmen took part in the ceremony of "breaking bread." They look for the appear- ance of the first star in the sky, and then they sat down to dinner at a table of which the cloth had been laid over hay, symbolizing the manger. Carols were sung and refugee artists provided music. The President of the Polish Re- public, M. Raczkiewicz, was at the gathering, together with General Sikorski, Bishop Gawlina, and others. Vatican Called Background To World's History St. Louis. (EL--The Vatican is the indispensable background to the history of the world, the Rev. Dr. Joseph B. Code, of Washing- ton, D. C., declared in an ad- dress at Fontbonne College here. Declaring that the present war is sufficient proof of the folly of tlmse who would "refuse to recog- nize the place of Christ and His Vicars in the plan of life," he noted that they "failed to see the implication of the banning of the Holy See from the Peace Table of Versailles and the League of Na- tions." "It is true," Dr. Code said, "that since the Lateran Treaty the Pa- pacy has achieved' a victory over the forces that would completely fetter the actions of the Pope. Be- fore and since then Sovereign Pontiffs have provided a positive program whereby the politics and economics of nations may again be brought into harmony with the teachings of Christ. Against this, however, have continued the at- tacks upon the Church which be- gan in appreciable force with the principle of private judgment of the sixteenth-century religious revolt. "Today we witness the disas- trous results of men's claim to decide for himself what is right and what is wrong. Rationalism, naturalism, the revolutionary dei- fication of humanity, Socialism, Communism, Fascism, Nazism, may all be traced to the undue glorification of human reason which characterized the theories of Luther, Calvin and the other revolutionists against the unity of the Church." Mrs. Uekman Heads St. Anne's Altar Society Levy.--Mrs. John Uekman was chosen president of the St. Anne's Altar Society at the recent elec- tion of officers. Others elected were: Mrs. A. Perrin, vice presi- dent; Miss Anna Hetntz, secretary and Mrs. M. Heintz, treasurer. On Sunday, January 25, the members of the circles for each month will be appointed. The Holy Let The Guardian list your business. Do you want ta buy or sell a farm? Do you want to rent a house or a room to a Catholic? These and many other items can be listed at a very sma II cost in this classified section. The Guardian can handle your advertising con- fidentialIy without publishing your address or identity by using a "blind bc, x number" in care of our office. All responses will be forwarded to advertisers. THE GUARDIAN CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING will get RESULTS Times Printing Co. 217 Main St. North Little Rock Do you have an apartment or room that you would like to rent to a Cath- olic party? If so use The Gtmrdian Classified Advertising. KORTE TIRE & SERVICE CO--Stop at Korte'e for Gas, Oil, Tires. 1800 Main, North Little Rock. FOR RENT or will sell--5 room house with sleeping porch. Close to Cath- olic schools and convenient to car line 1207 N. Polk. Ph. 4-2555. Do you want to buy or soil a farm conveniently located near churcL and school? Use this classified ed section. Good home offered older man willing to give hand on farm in exchange for board and clothes For particulars write Charles Bankowsky, Route 1, Box 80, Alexander, Ark. Farm Homes for Catholics 40 to 160 acres, 1 to 5 miles from Church, parochial and Catholic high Builders Night Good Connsel Parish welcomes you and your friends to Builders Night every ] Friday night from 8:80 to 10 p m., West 9th and Bishops Streets BUSINESS EQUIPMENT L. C. SMITHS and Coronas: new. used and rebuilt: also adding machines, FINES PHILLIPS, 117 Louisiana. 9021 We do all kinds of alterations AS GOOD AS THE BEST Men's Wool Suite 45 Plain Dresses S0c and up Call For and Deliver Phone 2-9904 8th and Gaines ROSE BUD CLEANERS W. Ray Mernah Chas. A. Mernah Good Counsel Parish Newman Library 102% West Cpitol, Little Rock's Cath- olic rental library, open to the pub- lic. We have books, religious and secnlar, holy articles and cards for nil occasions. We shall be glad to place mail orders for any book or article which we do not have. Cell 2-2852. Miss Rose Lafferty in charge i PARSEL'S Upholstery WE FRAME PICTURES 816 West Capitol Phone 2-1627 UNITED SUPPLY CO. We sell school and office furniture. Furniture repair and upholstery. D. J. Dailey0 1207 W. 7th, Dial 7859. See Jimmy LynchNew IDeation--liB schools. Good land, free list, F.J. Maple, No L. R., Phone 2-1886.: Baltz, Pocahontas, Ark. Fire, Tornado, Auto Insurance. Bonds Write or telephone your 3iassifie(i Ad-to The Guardian at the following rate: 1Oc a line for one insertion; 9c a line for two insertions; 8c a line for three or more insertions; 7c a line for a six-month or more contract. Larger and more attractive type can be used by figuring 10 lines to an inch, t the rate shown here. Kni9 Columbus ate Council hts of St, News J. P. Reynolds An unusual as well as very instructive and inspiring feature of the meeting of the Supreme Board of Directors of the Knights of Columbus, held in New Orleans, La., January 16, 17, and 18, was the open reception which preceded the executive sessions. State Deputies from adjoining states, including our own, represented by Bro. Albert C. Ernst, as well as other officers and members of the Order from Texas, Mississippi, Louisiana and Arkansas were present to greet the Supreme Officers and Board. The meeting was presided over by Supreme Director Wm. Guste of New Orleans, who presented the different officials and introduced the Supreme Knight as one of the principle speakers of the eve- ning. Supreme Knight Matthews in his usual eloquent manner re- called some of the outstanding features and highlights of the or- der's past, explained the import- ant improvements made in the K. of C. insurance system, that should appeal to men of ordinary means as a safe and inexpensive investment. He reviewed the growth of the order during the first six months of the present fiscal year and held out hopes for the attainment of the quota set, if all the councils continue to cooperate and con- tinue to work in the next six months as they have in the past lX. The meeling was honored not only by the presence, but also by the sound calm advice of the Archbishop of New Orleans. Arch- bishop Rummell in a slow, de- liberate manner, indicative of deep thought and mature judg- ment, spoke of this second world war as a more serious thing than a mere conflict between nations, even as horrible as that in itself is. He said it was not only a battle of tanks, and submarines and air- planes that left the land and the seas strewn with bleeding and dying bodies, but a conflict of ideas; a battle of principles that even endangered the soul. Only a Divinely instituted Church, with imperishable principles u p o n which to build' a future civiliza- tion can hope to bring some order out of the present chaos, and at no time in the history of the Church is organization more necessary than now. He plaaded with the Knights of Columbus to strengthen their ranks and to try and realize the need and import- ance of continued work and pray- er. Name Society held a meeting on Oldest Kansas Priest Dies at 91. January 18 and it was decided to Wichita, Kans. (D.--The Most retain the officers who served so Rev. Christian H. Winkelmann, successfully during the last year. Bishop of Wichita, officiated at a Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Jonesboro Youth Mary's Cathedral January 15 for the Rev. Albert Magnus Weik- Club Has First mann. 91, oldest priest of Kansas. ,,, ugee"n- of Year The Rev. William Schaefers, Edi- tor of The Advance Register, Jonesboro. -- Thursday evening, preached the sermon. January 15, members of the CarL- Father Weikmann's missionary olic Youth Organization met at the endeavors took him on long jour- parish hall for the first time this neys, most of them in the saddle. year to discuss plans for the corn- He Said Mass in box cars, pool ing year. Miss Betty Owens re- halls, tents, dugouts. His cone signed her office of Prdsident to gregations included railroad hands, Mrs. Marianna Trevathan and the cattlemen, homesteaders and hunt- office of Historian vacated by Eu- ors. He saw the building of 'the gone Stewart was given to Miss West, watched Kansas hamlets Josephine Gatz; new election will grow into cities, saw streams of take place later on in the year. immigrants invade the plains. The Rev. W. J. Kord'smeier was the guest speaker. God tolerates the worst of us, but men are merciless. ACTIVITIES IN THE STATE OF ARKANSAS Texarkan Council Mr. Fred Sara, age 81, beloved father of Bro. John Sara, District Deputy of the Fourth Arkansas K. of C. District, died at his home in Texarkana, January 16. i No element of glamor marked his long and useful life here, but the more lasting and substantial qualities that indicate a true con- ception of life's purpose were his outstanding characteristics. He died as he had lived a fervent Catholic in humble submission to the will of God. Little Rock Council, No. 812 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Pope, 400 Pearl Street, have received a let- ter from their son, E. J., Jr., ad- vising that he has arrived safely in Panama. He is attached to a Merchants' Maritime Commission ship, that was sailing in Dutch East India waters, when war was i How good God is to let us re- gret, for by regrets we keep hum- ble and loving, by regrets we try to do the new tasks better. Rev. Robert T. Brown, of New York. who has assumed his du- ties as representative of the Youth Department. National Catholic Welfare Conference, with the national Girl Scout organiza- tion. in New York. Father Brown will act as Catholic consultant and adviser on program and.pol- Icy. He will also be available to advise and assist Catholic clergy. Religious and parents on scouting problems. (N.C.W.C. ' Maryknoll Missioner In Jap Custody declared December 8. Brothex offered the prayer with which the Pope will have some interesting meeting of the House of Repre- stories to relate when he arrives sentatives was opened Tuesday. home some time next month. It is with much regret that the Joins Music School Association. members of Little Reck Council Leavenworth, Kan. 04:).  Saint 812, have learned of the passing Mary College has been admitted of Mrs. Annie D. Massar, at St. to associate membership in the Joseph's Hospital, Hot Springs, National Association of Schools of Monday afternoon. Many expres- Music. The Association was found- sions of sympathy were expressed ed in 1928 as an accrediting agency :by the members at the council's responsible for the maintenance of meeting Tuesday night, in appre- professional standards in music ciatlon of the high esteem in education. which her son, E. H. Massar, is held by his Brother associates of , this council. We therefore, ex- ,  ,r , , I-, ,-, ,- tend to Brother E. H. Massar, our  rl I   I ILi. l- sincere sympathy in his present w, ,. ,, ., bereavement. . rmmmng tleanng Company liNeR RISO00T J Serv " Little Rock For M TEnS n,T'Zn A'q I ln ore ___ I Than 20 Years gATS]ssn, Installation and Repairs of LADIES AND MEN'S J PLUMBING & HEATING CLEANED AND BIA)CXED I $2 West Capitol Ph. 615.q 5Z Main St. Phone $7g [ Little Rock, Arkansas Reliable---Satisfactory %. / 6reater Little Rock Activities Good Counsel Church. " ristic and Little Flower Novena is The Good Counsel Senior Play-[held every Friday night at 7:30. ers will receive Holy Communion t The following men of the par- on Sunday, January 25th, at the,ish have been re-appointedd by 7 o'clock Mass. The monthly meet- ] His Excellency, the Most Roy. ing will be held on Monday night, John B. Morris, D. D., as War- January 26, at 8 o'clock in Good dens for this year: Mr. C. G. Sluy- Counsel Hall. ter, Sr., Mr. Wm. J. Flynn, Mr. The Church Unity Octave which began last Sunday will come to a close Sunday night, the Feast of the Conversion of St. Paul. Novena to St. Anthony is held every Tuesday morning after the 6:30 and 8 o'clock Masses. Eucha- i A. H. Helm, Mr. Harry Snider, 'Mr. Chas. Hum, Mr. Gus Parsel, Mr. Frank Mullen, Mr. Joe Blaty, Mr. Louis Oberste and Mr. Rob- ert Peters. Builders night, this Friday night, January 23, will be in charge of the St. Anthony's Society. Activi- ties begin at 8:30. St. Patrick's The weekly social will be held in the hall at 8 o'clock Monday night. The P. T. A. will be in charge, with Mrs. R. L. Bennett Tercentenary Of Mr. Royal Cross Noted Montreal. (E).--"In the night of as chairman. Nursery school attendants Sun November 24, 1642, the infant col- da ...... - ony of Ville Marie was menaced i an  ]riaVeBu.Semary Dapieralla with flooding from the St. Peter t u3arsm. river which flowed beside it. It ,St. Edward's Church. was then that to avert the danger, I Third Sunday after Epiphany, that Maisonneuve made the vow lMasses will be celebrated at 5:30, to carry the standard of Christ 17, 8:30 and 11 a. m. Sermon in to the summit of Mount Royal if lall Masses will be on the "Yen- the colony was saved. This hum- oration of the Saints." All men ble act of faith was rewarded, and the flood waters stopped at the very gate to the fort of Ville ! Marie. Faithful to his vow, Mai- s0nneuve, accompanied by all members of the colony, on Janu- ary 6, 1643, himself carried the Cross to the very summit of Mount Royal." That is the story of the first Cross on Mount Royal. This year being the tercentenary of the for- of the parish are invited to receive Holy Communion at the 7:30 o'clock Mass. Society members are asked to appear with their badges. The Catholic Union of Arkansas and the Catholic Women's Union of Arkansas of the Central Dis- trict will hold their convention at St. Edward's Hall Sunday after- noon, beginning with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament at 1:30 p. m. mation of ;Montreal -- the Ville Masses during the week will be Marie of 1642--it was decided to la t 6"30 and 8 a m daily anticipate by a year the tercen-I Noqona D,,,,'o , ',, V- . ............ , v,.,,. aay nry oft he placing of the f,rst lof Perpetual Help will be held ss on lvlounz oyai. I Tuesday night at 7:30. ..G.athering at the Seminary of] The parish and friends will be 'nnosopny groups cosmmec zo  entertained at cards, Tuesday represent the first settlers form- afternoon and night by the En- tertainment Committee of which Mrs. Joseph Walter is the chair- man. The night session will be- gin at 8:05. New York. (}0.The Rev. Robert Cairns, M. M., long engaged in re- lief work in Canton and recently returned to Sancian Island. his station, has been taken into cus- ed a procession in which great today by the Japanese. His pra- crowds of the faithful took part. sent whereabouts is not stated The procession was headed by This is the only incident of the Cathloic Youth flag bearers and week involving any of the 185 members of a number of snow- Maryknoll missioners at work on shoe clubs, all attired in their the South China mainland. .......... colorful apparel. Following them mmrmauon regarmng ' a tne r [ came the persons re-enacting the airns as given by emgram rom i rol e of the first colonists, includ- nged-OWlCe was. evidently ling Leopold Cusack, who, as Mai- ....... on ea zaes ] sonneuve, carried a large cross. mrougn nungmng. I It took the procession one hour Father Cairns is from Worcester, ] to reach the summit, which is to- 1Vass., where he received his early day dominated by the huge electric education in St. John's Parochiil ] Cross which can be seen for miles, and High Schools. He continued and which is one of the first studies at Holy Cross College ancl i things to be remarked by visitors St. Mary's Seminary, Baltimore, to this city. before joining Maryknoll in 1916 'nerJgft In September, 1920, two years Brazil State Normal his ordination. Father Cairns School Has First Ma sailed for the South China mis- Rio de Janeiro. (E).--His Emi- sions. There, he labored for many years as pastor and custodian of nence Sebastiao Cardinal Leme the Shrine of St. Francis on San- da Silveira Cintra, Archbishop of clan Island, off the coast of Sguth Rio, officiated at the first Mass China. / ever celebrated' at the Institute At the outbreak of the Sine- de Educacao, State normal school Japanese conflict he became en- here for public school teachers. Communion was distributed by gaged in relief work among the refugees on the China mainland. He was appointed chaplain of the Shameen Refugee Camp, and was also placed in charge of the dis- tribution of food, clothes and med- icines. Cathedral Inaug/,rates Daily Holy Hour for Nation's Welfare San Diego. (E).Prayers for the i welfare of the country are being offered at a daily Holy Hour in St. Joseph's Cathedral here, and in an official notice permission to conduct similar Holy Hours has been granted to all pastors in the Diocese. The devotions at the Cathedral include Exposition and Benedic- tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment at the main altar, celebra- tion of Mass at the Sacred Heart Altar, recitation of the rosary and other prayers. The services are from 12 noon to 1 p. m. Sodality Names National Book Review Winners St. Louis. 00.--Prize winners in the national book review contest for high schools, sponsored by So- dality unions, are announced in the February issue of The Queen's Work, national Sodality organ. First prize was won by Carmel J. Beneventi, of St. Francis de Sales High School, Denver. Miss Beneventi's e n t r y, submitted through the Rocky Mountain So- dality Union, was a review of "The Man Who Got Even With God," by the Rev. M. Raymond, O. C. $.O. Priest of Southern See Offers Prayers in Congress Washington. {EL--The Reverend Henry F. Wolfe, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Charleston, S. C., the heart of Catholic Malabar, was laid in June, 1941, by His Excel- lency the Most Rev. Leo P. Kier- kels, C. P., Apostolic Delegate to the East Indies. six priests to teachers, members of the staff, employes and stu- dents. The Mass was sponsored by a group of Catholic students and re- ceived the warm approval of the director of the school. Religious instruction for students of the In- stitute has only been permitted since a recent Government decree allowing religion to be taught in public schools. Syrian Carmelites Open New House in India Ernakulam, India. {E).  T h e residence of the Prior General of the Syrian Carmelite Congregation of Malabar has just been dedicated here. The Syrian Carmelites have 19 monasteries throughout Malabar. They work in all the Syrian Dio- ceses, operating schools, orphan- ages and other charitable institut- tions and publishing newspapers and periodicals. The cornerstone of their new house in Ernakulam, Historic Church Continues Perpetual Adoration Los Angeles. O0.Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament in the Old Plaza Church of Los Angeles/now continuous day and night for al- most two years, is being carried on despite war and emergency regulations. Sleeping quarters and refresh- ments have been provided by the !Society of Perpetual Adoration in case of blackouts. Men of the var- ious branches of the Holy Name Union are volunteering to fill up the ranks of those called to the service and to various works of civilian defense. We should worry less about how many miles we can get on a gal- lon of gas and more about how many graces we can get on one decade of the Rosary. METRAILER & HART Leaders in Better SHOE REPAIRING And SHOE MAKING at moderate prices Sin lgl;9 8hop No. I Shop No. | 110 g. 4th St. 12th&M p.. -s1 Phone |75 Hegarty Drug Company 4th and Main Sty. 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