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Qui Vive? By The Sentry nation, under God, shall a new birth of freedom, that of the people, by the for the people shall not from the earth." These of Abraham Lincoln are appropriate in these days. The inalienable rights lmve once more been The might of our na once again locked in a death to preserve the right of There is much talk on ; of freedom and democracy. to our civil and ndli- this war will be until every threat of free- been removed. There be a general impression liberty and freedom secured and democracy by the force of arms. a mistake. Liberty cannot to exist in any nation it has virtue for its hand- This idea is very clearly by Edmund Burke, the statesman. He said, are for civil lib- exact proportion to their chains upon their proportion as their Justice is above their rap- as they are to listen to the of the wise and good, in to the flattery of Society cannot exist un- a controlling power upon the appetite is placed some- and the less there is of it the more there must be of It is ordained in the constitution of things, thgt intemperate habits cannot Their passions forge their These words should be by liberty-loving In recent years, there a growing disposition on of our lawmakers to con- the so-called social wel- people of this nation. the people in general a desire to disre- moral law, subservient have acquiesced. This from our divorce laws, establishment of birth sterilization laws, ms such liberties are the moral law, we can lasting peace or security. no liberty for men whose ae stronger than their Restraint, not armed the price that men must and security. is St. Valentine's Saint, whoso name is with lovers, had no with the customm that with observance of The Roman martyrologles three different ints by Valentine, all of whom 14. The popular of dedicating this day to likely had its origin in Ages, because at this time of the year, it was Dr birds to mate. Chaucer this fact in his "Parlia- nd Shakespeare also. At present St. Day is very highly by greeting card ors and candy makers. At considerable humor was With this day. That was which the comic valen- Pupils used to their teachers on this With an amusing picture It was ordinary to dignity of many a per- on St. Valentine's Day. It in fun and such droll prac- good tonic. Mahy people too seriously. It the nei'vcs. That is why die long before Id. This cynical genera- crackers" need to appreciate real humor. Goldsmith sang of laugh that speaks the he did not mean vacant should be taken lacking in intelligence. a mind free from care. more minds of that type. can relax and allow of the day to fall from the day's business is Lincoln once the fearful strain that night and day, if I did not Should die.' It is partlc- at the present People to relieve the strain the present war in humor. St. Val- should be an oasis of midst of hardship and One has very aptly stated we have too nmy live without working too many who work Thoe who can working are, indeed, but those who work are pitiable. In this latter condition is by an intemperate goods of this world. for money, others and position and the goes with such attain- immoderate pursuit of this world has led ion, into dire straits. desire to attain success is at the of-our national ills. responsible for the educational system come the evils of and the me- that prevades Pictures. It is nothing uationM disgrace that elegant school build expensive equipment courses of study. has become about a lack of understand- the schools are sup- for pupils. They are the pupils for page 8 OVER THE TOP FOR VICTORY UNITED STATES WAR BONDS.STAMPS THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE DIOCESE OF LITTLE ROCK LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, FEBRUARY 12, 1943 NO. 7 NUNS ESCAPED JAPANESE VIA SUBMARINE Bishop Ordains Five Little Rock.-- Funeral services for George Hart, Jr., 63, who died at his home, 804 East Ninth Street, Sunday, February 7th, were held at St. Edward's Church, Tuesday, by the Rev. Lawrence Hoyt, O.S.B., pastor. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Hart who was engaged in the shoe repair business here for several decades was a member of the firm of Metrailer & Hart. He also was a member of the Andrew Byrne Assembly Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, Little Rock Council No. 812, Knights of Col- umbus and St. Joseph's Society. Eight priests were present in the sanctuary, and the church was filled to capacity for the final obsequies. Father Hoyt in his funeral ser- mon spoke of Mr. Hart as an ex- emplary Catholic, a loving father and devoted husband. He was universally liked, because his life was an open book. In very appropriate words, Father Hoyt comforted the fam- ily and friends of the deceased. But it was a sermon on Faith, an appropriate sermon vn that Faith which is lived so completely in his family. It is mutual sympathy that is appreciated in time of sorrow, the pastor said, but that consolation See Mr. HART on page 8 Theater, Will Be Church, Bars 'C' Movie ChiCago. (E)As a result of legal action this week, the film "Ecst- asy" a "C" picture, was banned from the Woods Theater here. The Woods Theater building was pur- chased last fall by Franciscan Fathers as a loop church but con- version of the quarters into a church edifice, offices, monastery and other uses will be delayed for the duration. Lessees of the theater said the film "Ecstasy" was booked before the building was purchased by the Franciscans and that it did not violate the ruling of the Chicago Board of Censorship. Legal con- Archbishop John J. Mitty, of San Francisco, greets the four Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange, Calif., upon their arrival home, following a thrilling escape, from the invading Japanese army in Bougain- ville, North Solomon Islands. They travelled by foot through the jungles, by canoe, branch, rubber- life-boat and an American submarine and transport. Left to right, standing: Sisters M. Irene Alton, of Santa Ana, Calif.; M. Hedda Jaeger, Los Angeles; M. Celestine Belanger, N,rth Bay, Ont.; seated, Sister M. Isabell Aubin, Superior, of St. Petersburg, Fla. (N.C.W.C.) Finnish Envoy At Casablanca Unconfirmed ' Vatican City. ()The w'd ly- circulated secular press report from Stockholm stating that Fin- land's Minister to the Holy See, George Achates Gripenberg, was present at the conference between President Roosevelt and Prime Minister Churchill at Casablanca is unsupported by any evidence available here. [ George Ahates Gripenberg is Finland's first Minister to the Holy See. He presented his credentials to His Holiness Pope Plus XII on July 31, 1942, and spoke at that I time in praise of the Holy Father's many efforts to relieve suffering caused by the war. Priest Made Flood Famine Supervisor Of China Province Maryknoll, N. Y. (E)--A Mary- knoll priest, working on a mission assignment in Wuchow, China, has been named to the important posi- tion of Flood Famine Supervisor for the Kwangsi l=h'ovince, accord- ing to cable advices received at Maryknoll headquarters here. The priest is the Rev. Lloyd Glass, of Cresco, Iowa. As Flood Famine Supervisor he will have charge of the wm'k of all organ- izations distributing United China Relief funds in the Kwangsi Pro- vince. B'll E d S :,cial S "t] xten s , ecun / Aids To Lay i00mployes Ot Religious,00 Chc00ritable Insts. " payment of old-age benefits and benefits of the SoeialSecurity Act i not subject to aplropriation by would be extended to all lay em- ployes of tax-exempt charitable, religious, and educational agencies heretofore exempt, under a bill introduced in Congress by Senator David I. Walsh of Massachusetts. The bill would continue to exclude from these benefits, Senator Walsh said, "aLl clergy, Sisters and Brothers of religious Orders at- tached to schools, colleges, hos- pitals, homes for the aged, and all other charitable institutions." It is estimated that more than a mil- lion persons would be added to those already embraced by the law. Senator Walsh told the Senate that in 1935-36 representatives of the churches, colleges, and hos- pitals asked for and received ex- emption of their employes from tile Social Security Act, but that "many of these .same organiza- tions for the past few years have been considering ways and means of having their employes includ- ed within the Social Security Act without interfering with the gen- eral provisions of the law which exempt religious, educational and charitable institutions from taxa- Congress for any other purpose." Senator Walsh also told the Sen- ate that "the principle of the amendment is favored by the Soc- ial Security Board," and that the National Council, Protestant Ei- copal Church (speaking for its:; and not the whole church), the_, National Catholic Welfare Confer- once, the Council of Jewish Fed- erations and Welfare Funds, e American Hospital Association, the American Association of Social Workers, Community Chests and Council, Inc., and the Natiomd Recreation Association are amen8 those institutions "that have agreed to this proposal, approve o the legislation and request fav orable action." sul for the Franciscans declared Cable advices stated the flood !:,lcisi:dht lW::::g !lie:it lud mi l:dnn:gg:w iii  [ !. uab;li iii::!h w 'Vse r :r tih i On the New Guinea Front Religion still flourishes among our troops in New Guinea, accord- ing to these pictures just received. In Gona, Chaplain J. E. Lynch says Mass for his men shortly be- fore they went into ba.ttlc. Pet. Louis Sherack (uppci" photo), of Crookston, Minn., somewhere on the Sanananda front, openly dis- plays his scapular. A former chef, he is baking biscuits in a make shift oven. (N.C.W.C.) tion." '"The bill now being introduc- ed," Senator Walsh continued, "is the result of these deliberations." He said the measure "would safe- guard the tax-exempt status of the religious and charitable agency paying the tax by requiring that all revenues collected from such tax-exempt agencies 'shall be paid directly into the Federal Old Age and Insurance trust fund!" In this way, he said, it would "in reality convert what otherwise would be a ix into a true contribution to a Pine Bluff Men Send Guardian $22.00 Check Guardian Office.  $22.00 this week from the Pine Bluff Knights of Columbus Council as their gift to The Guardian, makes a happy announcement in the midst of Subscription Campaign. This cheek with other pro rated donations from councils over the Diocese total $154.00, which amount pays the annual cost of the fine NCWC Picture Service used by The Guardian. The listing of councils and the amount of their pro rated dona- tions appear on the editorial page. Financial secretary, E. J. Sauter, in a note enclosed with the dona- :tion wishes The Guardian and its i staff, in behalf of the Pine Bluff !Council continued succezs. Sir !Knights, it is cooperation such as this, that has made The Guardian the success it is today! So the Staff is grateful to you, members of Pine Bluff Council, and with the help and' example of all Knights of Columbus, The Guardian has a kind of guarantee of continued advancement. The Most Reverend Bishop, His Guardian Board of Directors and he whole Diocese will be satis- fied only with the best newspaper possible. Catholic School Wins First Treasury Flag Honolulu, T.H. (E)-- Distinction of being the first school in the Ter- ritory to receive the Treasury De- partment citation and Minute Man Flag for the purchase of war sav- ings stamps fell to St. Anthony's School, Kalihiekia. Bomb Kills Two Catholic Teachers, 40 Children By George Barnard London )--Two Catholic teach- ers were killed by a bomb which demolished an elementary school in London killing more than 40 children and injuring many oth- ers. The school was not Ctholic. ;un., Four For Diocese Fourteen Young Men Finish Theological Studies At St. John's Home Missions Seminary This Year Now Being Ordained Little Rock.In his thirty-first year in the Holy Priest- hood, and in his thirty-seventh year in the Episcopacy, His Excell, ency, the Most Reverend Bishop will ordain five students from St. John's Home Missions Seminary, to the Holy Priest- hood, at St. Andrew's Cathedral at 9 a.m., Sunday morning, February 14. Fourteen young men finished their long philosophical and To Ordain The Most Reverend Bishop Fr. M(:(:0000llum .:)rdainelcl -or Dallas (Special.)--:Rev. John V. McCal- lum, student of St. John's Semi- nary, was ordained to the priest- !hood for the Diocese of Dallas in Sacred Heart Cathedral on Sun- day, Jan. 31, by the Most Rev ocseph P. Lynch, D.D., Bishop of Dallas. Rev. C. E. McTamney of St. Joseph's Church, Cleburne, Texas, also a student of St. John's Seminary, served as his chaplain. After the ordination Father Mc- Callum and his mother were hon- !ored with a dinner at the Dallas Athletic Club. The newly-ordained acted as celebrant of his first Solemn Bene- diction at St. Joseph's Church, Cleburne, Texas, with the Rev. Joseph B. Nelson of Christ the King Church, Dallas, and Father McTamney as Deacon and Sub- Deacon respectively. Rev. Wilfred J. Bender, Rector of Sacred Heart Cathedral, Dallas, was Master of Ceremonies. A most inspiring ser- mon on the priesthood was deliv- ered by the Rev. Joseph P. Erbrick of Marshall, Texas. Present in the sanctuary were the Rev. S. Rubi, T.O.R., of Wichita Falls, and Rev. Albert M. Marchiano of St. Pat- rick's, Fort Worth. These priests all studied at St. John's Seminary. The altars were gorgeously dec- orated with white carnations, gladioli, chrysanthemums, palms and ferns. Music was rendered by St. Joseph's Choir. That evening, a reception was held in the parish house in honor of the newly ordained and his mother, Mrs. Grace McCallum, of Philadelphia, Penn. About one hundred guests called, including many from Fort Worth. See FR. McCALLUlVI on page 2 HOLY FATHER GREETS CHILDREN' In this photo, Just received from Vatican City, the Holy Father is shown during one of the weekly general audiences greeting the joy, ful pilgrims who thronged the reception room. (N.C.W.C, theological courses at St. John's this year, nine of the students returning to their respective Bishops for ordination. Of the five young men to be ordained Sunday, one is being ordained by Bishop Morris for the Dio- cese of Grand Island, Nebraska. The other four are for the Diocese of LitHe Rock. Chaplains to the Most Reverend Bishop will be the Very Rev. Msgr. John B. Scheper and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen. Chap- lains to the Most Reverend Auxil-. iary, who will be present in the sanctuary, will be the Rev. James Nugent and the Rev. William Galvin. The Rev.: Mr. Jesse C. Cheney " and the Rev. Mr. John C. O'Dwyer. are natives of Arkansas. Rev. Mr,. Cheney will celebrate his First, Solemn High Mass at St. Patrick's. Church,. North Little Rock, Sun.-, Iay, February 21, at 11:30 a,m. Rev. Mr. O'Dwyer will celebrate. his First Solemn High Mass at St. Edward's Church, Texarkana, Ark., on Sundayf February 21st;: The Rev. Mr. Joseph Boyce and the Rev:,Mr. William .J. Burke, both of Philadelphia., ;Pa, also for. the Diocese of, Little Rock will return to the Diocese after a short vacation. The Rev. Paul A. %rachtrle; senior of the Class of 1943, will: be ordained Sunday by Bishol Morris for the Diocese of Grand: Island, Nebr, Of this year's class three returnZ ed to the Diocese of Nashville td be ordained by their own Bishop, the Most Rev, William L. Adrian, D.D., on February 2. They were, the Rev. Joseph Peychaud Gre- sham, the Roy. John P. Baltz, and the Rev. Joseph Bernard Tarpy. Four students of the class were ordained to the Holy Priesthood in the Cathedral of Dallas by, the Most Rev. Joseph P. Lynch, D.D. They were, the Rev. John H. Morse, the Rev. BeYaard H. Loughrey, the Rev. Walter P. Silk, and the Roy. John Vincent Mc- Callum. Also of this year's class the Rev.i James H. Gallagher was ordained for the Diocese of Camden, N.J., by the Most Rev. Bartholomew J. Eustace, D.D., and the Rev. Franci T. Tait for the Diocese, Raleigh, North Carolina, on December 21, 1942. A Special Ordination Issue will be published next week. It will be mailed to all regular subscribers of The Guardian. A change in the Mass schedule for St. Andrew's Cathedral is an-. nounced this week in order to al-. low for the Ordination Mass at 9 a.m. The Regular Masses will be at 6, 7, 11 and 12 o'clock noon, with the Ordination Mass'at 9 a.m. ' Mass at Holy Souls Chapel will  be at 7 and 8 a.m. - : _ French Bishops Assemble Vatican City. ()A]I the BishJ ops in what was originally the Occupied Zone of France assemJ bled in Paris with His Eminence Emmanuel Celestine Cardinal Su- hard, Archbishop of Paris, fol- lowing the latter's return from a visit to the Vatican, it has been learned here. OFFICIAL . ANNOUNCEMENT His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend Bishop will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation on the following dateS: March 21 at St. Bartholomew's Church, Little Rock at 2:30 p.m. May 9 at St. Paul's Church, Pocahontas, for Pocahontas, En, gelberg and Knobel. June 13 at St. Andrew's Cathedral for all the parishes vf Little Rock. His Excellency, the Most Reverend Auxiliary Bishop will administer the Sacrament of Confirmation on the following dates: March 14at St: Louis' Church Camden.' March 28 at St. Augustine's  Church, North Little Rock. April 4 at St. Josephs Church, Fayetteville, A.M.; and St. Josepl's Church, Tontitown, P.M. " "