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00,ltes Stron9 00osition Of ,ommunists Washington. (E). -- Employment !Communists and Socialists in gh Government positions was lgorously attacked in addresses Zade on the floor of the United Itates HOUSe of Representatives. Representative Clare E. Hoff- aann, of Michigan, and Repre- tattve Leland M. Ford, of Call- a'sin, made the attacks, both trawing attention to the fact that 4__Pra !Slcolm Cowley, described as a 1. er member of the editorial i,.ard of the Communist Daily v her, is now employed' as a . ter and analyst in the Office .0_, Eraergency Management, at a [alary of $8,000 a year, and that 'Oseph p. Lash, former leader of ,:e.Am.erican Student Union and .K'used before the Dies Commit- of a Communist fellow- being 'lf veler, is a member of the Ad- ---'^ory Committee, Division o Administration, Office of Defense. is all very well to have the military forces aid us by upon Hitlerism," said Hoffman. "But the at every blow they strike at is a benefit to us is no tea- we should either retain Government service who have the slightest lean- the Communist theory Hoffman declared Dies Committee pointed ago that more than a Communists were on the payroll," and that "the has done nothing them." Michigan Representative Cowley's employ- an $8,000-a-year Federal ust another step in the l a to entrench in Federal those who believe that including the Rights, has outlived its Bishops Defenders f Faith (E). -- "Catholicism in is the title of an di- E1 Pueblo, Medellian comments on the Joint German Bishops at the Fulda Conference, of which was received Catolicas, Spanish- news service of the N. C. Press Department. "true defenders of the the Medellin daily says, the deplorable plight country, "bowed down measures of a regi- does not tolerate dis- have addressed their a Joint Pastoral which the persecutions to Catholic religion is sub- the Hitlerian State. read this pastoral," says, "without having fill with tears, and hearts experience the disgust." But, the reminds, empires have yet the Church of on tribulations, is by contradiction, and martyrdom." The pas- ends, is a confirmation the Bishop of Muenster now widely circulated of last July. lrs0e,shoulct remember that a loScharacter when wounded |0 a, = mportant to be ministered ] .restored than is even the rl. Catholic Press Month is the theme of this striking cover design for the February issue of "Columbia." national Catholic magazine, and official organ of the Knights of Columbus. The artist is William Luberoff. { N.C.W.C.} New Army Air Head Is Osage THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 30, 1942 Scores Eden Catholic On Policy Pawhuska, Okla. (IC).--A' Cath- olic Army officer who is an Osage Toward Soviets Indian by birth and claims this town as his home is now in charge of all United States Army Air Forces in the Hawaiian Depart- ment. He is, Brigadier General Clar- ence L. Tinker, named Command- ing General of the Hawaiian Army Forces following the Japanese at- tack on Pearl Harbor. General Tinker's rank is the highest ever held in the United States Army by a native Indian. His entire famliy is Catholic, his wife being of Irish descent. General Tinker was born in the i Osage Nation November 21, 1887, and began his military career early. Entering the Army in the Philippines in 1908 and moving up through the ranks, he became a Brigadier General more than a year ago when he was assigned to head the Third Interceptor Com- mand at Drew Field, Fla. Nomi- nation by the President for ad'- vancement to Major General ac- companied his recent assignment to Hawaii. Requiem Mass For Victims Of ShipwrecM Barcelona. (E).A requiem Mass was celebrated aboard the S. S.. "Gouverneur General Gueydon" for the repose of the souls of those lost at sea when the French ship, "Lamoriciere," sank January 6 in a storm near Minorca. Father Bouilloc, rector of the French Chapel at Barcelona, cele- brated the Mass in the presence of the French Consul, Barcelona officials and 60 survivors of the wreck picked up by the "Guey- don." The "Lamoriciere" was on its way from Algiers to Marseille with 60 passengers and a crew of 100 aboard. In all, only 93 were saved. i iiiiii London. (E).--Commenting on foreign Secretary Anthony Eden's broadcast declaration, on his re- turn from Moscow, that "there is no real conflict of interest be- tween the Soviet Union and Brit- ain," the Catholic Times says Mr. Eden must stand alone in that belief "for not even the mildest of Pinks has ever suggested that Dialectrical Materialism, or Len- inism, or Marxism or Bolshevism, call it what you will, had any- thing in common with the despised British Capitalist Imperialism or Imperialist Capitalism." The paper says it accepts as a political and unpalatable face the Russian alliance and that it ac- cepts the doctrine of aid to Rus- sia as militarily necessary, but it says it rejects the hypocrisy of whitewashing what Hugh S. John- son in the New York World Tele- gram called "one of the greatest aggressors and bloodiest dictator- ships in the world." A gloomy view of the prospect of cooperation after the war be- tween Britain and Russia was taken by the National President of the Catholic Young Men's So- ciety, Joseph Cummins, in a speech at the annual meeting of the Sunderland district council. "What are we to think," he said, "of our own Foreign Secretary, Mr. Anthony Eden, who does not see any difference between Rus- sia's ideals and our own? How a professedly godless state and a Christian country can join in plan- ning a new order is difficult to understand. There is nothing cheering in the prospect. The lib- erty which we hold is not even re- cognized in Russia." When "Liberalism" creeps into a parish it does not show up in the collection box. BLESSING OF CATHOLIC PRESS. "The pastor of souls who does not labor to put a Catholic journal in every household of his parish cuts off from his catechism class and pulpit a most efficient auxiliary. The Catholic who is not a reader of a Catholic journal is without zeal for the growth of the Catholic Faith. "If you want religious prosperity thenhelp to create interest in reading and support of the Cath- olic Press. "If you want our youth to remain Catholics, then see to it that every family in the parish is a sub- scriber to a Catholic newspaper and magazine. "If you are interested in saving the soul of the poor, then see to it that every indigent family in the parish is provided with a Catholic newspaper and magazine-the greatest charity you can do or en- courage."-Archbishop Ireland. Argentine Bishops (ite Extreme 'isms' -Buenos Aires. (E).- Their re- peated condemnations of extrem- ist doctrines and an exaggerated nationalism, also condemned by the Holy See, are again called to the attention of Argentnei Cath- olics by the Hierarchy in a joint pastoral. "In view of the various ideo- logical movements that, under present circumstances, are causing a certain amount of confusion among Catholics," the pastoral says, "we believe it our duty to enlighten them by reiterating our teachings, imparted in accordance with the supreme directions of the Holy See." The Bishops of Argentina re- minded their flocks that in their joint pastoral of May 30, 1936, they ! said: "The Church, whose mission is above all parties and all factions, aspiring to the greater good for existing societies, is as apart from exaggerated nationalism  which, going far afield from the true exi- gencies of the virtue of patriotism, proclaims the total submission of the indivdiual to the State--as she is from disruptive Communism which, trampling upon beliefs, lib- erties and rights, converts the in- dividual into a mere instrument of a kind of social state which im- pairs human dignity itself." "We call the attention of our faithful to this," the latest pastoral says, "so that they may not be appeasers with respect to activi- ties which lead to such extremes And as to the political rights of Catholics, we recall--ratifying it in its entirety---our pastoral of October 3, 1931.. Its pages con- tain the perennial doctrine of Catholicism, which does not con- cern itself with personal conveni- ence but rather with the real rights of God over men and societies, indful of the promise of the Di- vine Master: 'But seek first the ! kingdom of God and His justice, and all these things shall be given you besides.' (Matt. 6, 33). "The true Catholic," the pastoral continues, "logical in his beliefs and in his active and social life, has to accommodate his thought, both in social and political mat- ters, to the true and sound' orienta- i lions of his bishop, whose desire l is the grandeur of the country within the arms of Christ." Cathedral Mothers Hear Report On Junior Red Cross Little Rock.The St. Andrew's Cathedral Mothers' Club, P. T. A. met at the school parlors Thurs- day afternoon with Mrs. Bernard Heinze, president, presiding. The Rev. Amos Enderlin opened the meeting with prayer and made a short talk on behalf of the Red Cross. A report was made on the Junior Red Cross activities of the school. The following committee was in charge of the meeting: Mrs. Arthur M. Emmerling and Mrs. F. A. Zachert. The Rev. John E. Murphy was a guest at the meeting. Canadian Brothers Await Word Of Members in Malaya Montreal. (E).---Since the inva- sion of Malaya, the Christian Brothers have been without any word from Brother q, Mel-Daniel (Gerard Lepine), who was at-: tached to the St. John Institution at Kuala Lumpur as a teacher. As far as is known, this Broth- er was the only French-Canadian among the 700,000 people of that: city. It is hoped he was able to reach Singapore. Brother Melan-Daniel has been a member of his teaching Order for nearly 30 years. He made his novitiate at Moat Lasalle and for 17 years taught at St. Jean Bap- tiste school in Ottawa. Later he made his second novitiate at the motherhouse in Belgium, also visiting England, Switzerland and France. On his return he and three other Christian Brothers were sent to Hakodate in the north of Japan. Six years later he was transfer- red to Indo-China, and three years ago to Kuala Lurnpur. Mexican Archdiocese Joins In Marking City's 400th Year Mexico City. 0.The Archdio- cese of GuadalaJara is particularly in the commemoration of the 4th centenary of the founding of that city. The Most key. Jose Garibi y Rivers, Archbishop of Guadala- jara, organized a series of relig- ious events which opened on Jan- uary 15 and closed January 20. Among the ceremonies was a sol- emn Mass of Thanksgiving in the church of Zapopam, a Requiem Mass for the repose of the soul of the late Archhishop Orozco  Ji- STANDARD ICE COMPANY of Arkansas Crucifix Prominent In Polish Court London. (E).--A silver crucifix stood on the raised dais of the presiding judge when a Polish Maritime Court was formally opened here to function during the war. The court will be held in the Middlesex Guildhall and it was opened by the British Lord Chan- cellor, Viscount Simon. Present were nine Polish judges, robed in black, who will administer here laws which have obtained in Po- land since the thirteenth century. Viscount Simon, in opening the court, said the event was unique in the history of British Justice. Several Polish soldiers were among the crowd which witnessed the ceremony. The Polish Maritime Court has been established here under a re- cent Act which permits govern- ments allied with Britain to main- tain on British soil courts with ower to try their own citizens or aliens found breaking the law in their merchant ships. Similac courts have beeri established for Norway, Holland and the Nether- lands. When Viscount Simon addressed the court he used the words of the Polish national anthem which begins "Poland is not yet lost." i An outburst of cheering greeted the quotation. Lord Simon added that the es- tablishment of the allied courts in London was the strongest indi- cation of the close cooperation of the Allies in the cause of free- dom. Any one condemned by an al- lied court here would, of course, be enclosed in an English prison. Cathedrals Of France To Be Rebuilt Vichy. (E).The Cathedrals of Amiens,. Rouen and Beauvais-- cities m northwestern France hich were practically destroyed in the Battle of France--are to be repaired as soon as possible. The walls of these three Gothi edifices stand out amid the ruins, and it is regarded as remarkable that they have escaped with so little damage. At Amiens the small buildings adjoining the Ca- thedral are not to be rebuilt, Wide avenues will spread out, fan- shaped, from the front of the'Ca- thedral. At Rouen, the small houses surrounding the Cathedral are to be restored in medieval style, but the larger ones razed so that the striking architecture l of this fascinating structure may I be admired from every angle. : The Beauvais Cathedral was not struck by bombs, but explosi- siGns damaged the roof. As at Amiens, the ruins of small build- rags are to be removed to make way for avenues.  menez, special spiritual exercises and two organ concerts in the Ca- thedral under the direction of Mi- guel Bernal. II For Weather-Tested Durabdi .... . Beauty of Color and Texture... Specify and Employ Reliable Painter! GILMORE ..,n,. Paper  Leulslan f--P1Mmae III _ Catholic j! Action The Catholic Press n e e d s advertising revenue. Do you fa- vor advertiser who spend part of their budget in your news- paper? We hope that you do and earnestly ask that you tell them you saw their dis- play ad in YOUR OWN newspaper The Guardian 3091/ W. 2nd Little Rock PAGE SEVEN I UR . This is one ota series "pro. senting members o the Amet- icanltierarehy. No. 144. Bishop Corrlgaa Most Rev. Joseph Moran Corrt- gan. Titular Bishop of Blitz and Rector of the Catholic University of America. Born, May 18, 1879. in Philadelphia. Ordained in Rome, June 6. 1903. Pastoral work in Archdiocese of Philadel- phia and Director of Catholic Charities, 1903-1918. On faculty of St. Charles Borromeo Semi- retry. Overbrook, Pa., 1918-25 and Rector of Seminary. 1925-36 Made & Domestic Prelate of the Papal Household. Dec. 1929. Appointed Rector of the Catholic University of America. March 27. 1936. Made Protonotary Apostolic. April. 11937. Named T/tular Bishop of llta. Feb 7. 1940. consecrated, prfl 2, 1940. Underwood photo. .(N.C.W.C.) Bishop Gerow Confirms 103 Camp Shelby Officers, Men i Camp Shelby, Miss. (EL--Almost every regiment and detachment at i the Army's largest encampment was represented when a class of 103 officers and enlisted men of Camp Shelby received the Sacra.. ment of Confirmation at the hands  of the Most Reverend Richard O. Gerow, Bishop of Natchez. Bishop Gerow spoke briefly and the service was brought to a close with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Later His Ex- cellency was the guest of Col. Luke Wolford, commanding of the 145th Infantry, and officers of his staff at a reception for chaplains of the camp. 10,000 Enroll In Philadelphia Total Abstinence Drive Philadelphia. ().--In 30 schools of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia over 10,000 students have been en- rolled as members of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union, the Rev. John W. Keough, President of the Union, discloses. This enrollment is the fruit of a three-month drive, which was un- dertfiken as part of the "New Cru- sade for Total Abstinence" at the instance and under the direction of His Eminence Dennis Cardinal Dougherty, Archbishop of Phila- delphia and Spiritual Director and Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Catholic Total Ab- stinence Union. In accord with the Cardinal's message to the Union's seventieth annual convention here last sum- mer, calling for "a campaign against drink, similar to that of Father Mathew," Father Keough formed a speakers' committee, composed of the key. Daniel S. Coonahan, former President of the Union, the Rev. Walter I. Nall, and himself. These priests visit- ed 30 schools in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, made an address in each, administered the Father Mathew Pledge, and formulated a Total Abstinence unit in each school with a teacher-sponsor and temporary officers. Over 30,000 students were addressed in these visitations. Two of the schools were seminaries, four colleges and the remainder diocesan high schools. In his message to the convention, Cardinal Dougherty declared it "would be advisable that in every seminary, in every Catholic col- lege, high school and grade school, pledges should be obtained against drink, and Total Abstinence So- cieties should be founded." Named Charge D'Affalres Of Chilean Nunciature Buenos Aires. ().- The Holy See has announced the temporary transfer of the Very Rev. Msgr. Giuseppe Canovai, Auditor of the Nunciature here, to Santiago, to administer the affairs of the Chil- ean Nunciature left vacant by the death of His Excellency the Most Rev. Aldo Laghi, Apostolic Nun- cio to Chile. Monastery to Be Preserved. London. ().The ruins of the 800-years:-old Cistercian monas- tery of Saddell, near Carradale, Argyllshire, Scotland, are to be preserved as a national monu- ment. 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. LEGION OF DECENCY Following is a list of motion pictures reviewed and classified by the Natlon Council of the Legion of Decency through its New York headquarters: CLASS A, Sec. lUnobjectlonable for General Patronage Arizona Cyclone Hayfoot Riding the Sunset Trail Arizona Tvrrors Iadlands of Dakota Babes on Broadway Bad Man of Deadwood Bandit Trail RIll.H, rte" Bl'ondie Goes to College Bombay Clipper Borrowed Hero Broadway Big Shot Bugle Sounds, The Burma Convoy Buy Me That Town Cadets on Parade Close Call for Ellery Queen Come On, Danger Corsican Brothers Cowboy Serenade Dangerously They Live Deadly Game, The Death Valley Outlaw Dive Bomber Don't Get Personal Down in San Diego Dra Mexico Way Drlft/n' Kid Dude Cowboy Dumbo Duke of the Navy Dynamite 0anyon Eilery Queen ad the Murder Ring Enemy Agent Fighting Bill Forgo Flying Blind FIylnR Cadet Forbidden Trails Freckles Comes Home OIIIOS Of Elderado Gay Caballero. The Gentleman from Dixie Glamour Boy Great Guns Go West, Young Lady Gunmen from Bodi Half a Blnner CLASS A. All American Co-Ed All Through the Night All That Money Can Buy Among the Living Appointment for Love Blonde from Singapore, The Body Disappears. The Ball of Fire Blue. Whlta and, Perfect Bris4ham YOuas Bud Alive Cadet Girl Charlie than In RIo Chocolate ddkr, The Citadel of Orme Coast Guard Confesslons of BOSt4 Bleekfe Confirm or Deny Conquer Data With the Fa|aoa Designed for nl Doctors Don't Tell Double Trouble Or. EUdares Wedding Day l,tasla Father Takes a Wife Feminine Tenon. The Pot'M. ornondt Four acks and a Jill ay Falcon Gentleman at Heart. A Harvard Here I COme Hellsasoppln fflghway West Hold Beck the Dawn Ace,mS on love Aloes of the South Bess Among the Living Angels wlth Broken Wings Art of Love Bahama Passa Bedtime Stories Between Two Wom Blues In the Ntlk Bullets for O*Ha City of 8in Dance Hall Escort GII Henry Aldrich for President Itidden Gold International Lady International Squadron It Started With Eve Jesse James at Bay Joe Smith, American Johnny Eager Kathleen Kid from Kansas Riding the Wind Right to the Heart Riot Squad Roaring Frontiers Royal Mounted Patrol. The Saddle Mountain Roundup Scatterbrain Secrets of the Lone WoLf Secrets of the Wasteland Sergeant York King of Dodge City Sierra Sue Land of the Open Range Silver Stallion Land of the Open Ranse Smilin' Through Last of the Duanes Smiling Ghost. The Legion of the Lawlass Spooks Run Wild Life Begins in Colhge Stage Coach Buckaroo Lone Rider Fights Back Stick te Your Guns Lone Star Law Men Stork Pays Look BWfdho's L.auehin. -. Sued for Libe? If' The Lone I r and the uandJt Tanba = at, Lone Star Vigilantes The Tar'et " ..,..on ' zor l Onln Ms, He's Making Eyes Tarzan's Secret TrsasuN At Me. They Died With Tked Mad Men of Enrnoe Boots On Marry the Boss' Danght Three Cockeyed Sall Military Academy Thunder River Feud Navy Blue and Gold Nine Lives Are Not Enough North of the Klondike Obliging Young Lady One Foot tn Heaven Outlaws of the Des't Parqchute Ba ttalioa Pittsburgh Kid Prairie Stranger Rags to Riches Raiders of the West Red River Valley Remember the Day Th,,odvr Over the ?raids Tillie the Toiler Top Sergeant MaBu Trail of the Sllw-r DUra Treat 'Era Rough Twilight on the Trail U-Boat |11 Underground Rustlers Under Fiesta Stars Valley ofe 8us Vanishing Virginian, The Wandrer of the West We Go Fast West of Cimareou Remarkable Andrew, The West of Tombstone Remarkable Mr. Klpps, The Whistling In the Darn Riders of the Purple Sage Yank in the . A. IF. Riders of the Badlands Young America Riders of the Timberline You're in the Army Now 8ee --UnebSeetlonsble For Adults H. M. Pulham Esq. Hot Spot How Groan Was My Valley l Killed That Man Joan of Paris Jungle Man Keep 'Era Flying Ladies In Retirement Lady Be Good Lady for a Night Lady Scarfaee Law of the Troe4ca Little Foxes, The Lone Wolf Strikes. The altese Fuleon. Tha Man at Large Matted Bachelor Men in Rer Life Men Without Ott Mercy Island Mexican Rpltflrs'l Eaby Mexican Spitfire at Se NJdnight Miss Polly Moon Over Her Shoulder Mr. lHty Mr. and Mrl. Io Murder by Invitation Mystery Ship N,.w Yorh 'own Niagara Falls Night of January lth No Haads on tha Clk Nothlns But the Trut t. Perfeet |nob Playmatu Public Enemies Quiet Wedding RIo "' ' Rise and Shins Road to Happiness Sailors on Leave Shadow of the bt Ma n Skylark South of "l'hlM Sulllvan's Travahr Sundown Sun Valley BereaVe Suspicion Swamp Water Swing It oldi Texal Thieves Fall Out (IN |e HathmerlY ipt.ya hll Womaa IS Mke Today. | Hang Unexpeetad Uncle Unfinished Busleees V(,lee In the Ntmh't, The Week.end for The Weekend In lvana When Ladles MaSk Wild e.J** lmslll.it Woman of the Y "World Premier You Baleng to Me You'll Nevee Oet lgie CLASS B--Objectionable Four Daughta Portia  Trial Girl Must Live, A Rat. Tke Gone With the Wind Shanghai Oeste Honky Tonk Sunset Murder Ca|e Honor of the West Swamp Woman Kisses for Breakfast Tall 8Pin I'll Sell My Life That Nllht In Ele loulsfana Purchase That Uncertain 'lrllng Moon Over Miami This Thlnl Called Love Navy Blues Three Girls About Town On Trsi! Time in the Sun. Our Wife INvo-Faeed Womau Pacific Blackout Unhely Partners Philadelphia lltory Wm Case, The