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/ e00y'-lY Ordained Priest Ce!ebrates War-Time Rationing Seen Turning Parish Gives llr00 I[irst Mass At Mt. St. Mary's People To Home, Good Reading 5th Priest Urine one of the young priests meres.. .gave. seven, metures. . oelorc, may turn into a blessing in dis- Bishop Byrne advised, all to. Honor kk'"  __Of . lned last Sunday, by His Ex- xa.!ous, during his brmf guise and lead some to profitable "think of God, read about His  t  the Most Rev. John visit to Ltue IOCK. acquaintance with the Catholic church, and about the lives of D_lt t['l Nm m,. m I )$/.. J//.i\\; , oelebrated lais first -- those who are keeping His Com- ,,,,.,u  ) /  ency, t Little Rh Y Mass, Monday morning, m Press, it has been pointed out in ' Morris, " - Alumnus Of Catholic Press Month letters of mandments. How avidly so many hapel of Mt. St. Mary s Aca- Seminary several of the Members of the sop up the details of a sordid life, Fort Smith, Arkansas Hierarchy. the lurid doings of an outlaw, and [ther Burke was assisted by Tim Most Rev. Christopher E. yet, the readers of such would Immaculate Conception Church |:!]Very Rev. Msgr. T. L. Keany, Byrne, Bishop of Galveston, as- turn away from the life of a Saint, |:i:luerny chaplain. The Rev. Mr. serted automobiles and motion or an outstanding Christian man Rev. Paul F. Desmond, Pastor Fi:F, es J. Gallagher and Mr. Joe pictures "have given a long vaca- or woman of our time." St, Boniface Church to our Rev. Peter Post, O.S.B., Pastor :;iilln_ n, served as acolytes. Rev. tio,,nNow,,, brains." In a letter to all pastors of his !eph A. Murray was present in 'the Bishop continued, Diocese calling attention to Press  sanctuary. "with the automobile in the gar- Month, the Most Rev. Emmanuel Christ The King Church also were Mrs. James age, and with our slippers and our B. Ledvina, Bishop of Corpus Rev. Jos. G. Laughlin, Pastor Present pipes, keeping us comfortable and Christi, stated: The following is a list ot a series showing he rke, mother of the newly or- happy at home, we will begin to "Now that we have gas and tire ?ned, and Mrs. E. B. Johnson, think on subjects that we had lost rationing regulations laid down Catholic men and women of the Diocese oiLittle Rock i. Cousin, both of Philadelphia. sight of. And, our thinking will by our Government to help win s. Urke and Mrs. Johnson re guests at Mt. provoke us to know what others !the war, families will be remain- lOW serving their country in the Armed Forces. The  t " St. Mary's dur- " are thinking about And so, we ing at home and will have more lists as they appear each week will be grouped accord- :. heir wait in Little Rock. shall go back to reading. Be- time for good reading, there is Refugee Priest Lectures cause if we were not reading very an added reason to be sure to ing to parishes and will be compiled from the official he Rev. VictQr Dossogne, S.J., much except what was of a light have the family supplied with a aerly Professor.of History at and foamy character r that was evi- good Catholic newspaper." reportof pastors submitted by them last fall as a com- University of Namur, Bel- , now Professor of History Women Bwth-Control Devotees plete list of names of members of their parish serving ae School of Law, Loyola Uni- il the Armed Forces as of November Ist, 1942. Ad- h[y, New Orleans, addressed Called 'Traitors' To America St. 'Mary's faculty and' stu- "" ditionaI names will be supplied the Chancery Office ..s, Friday afternoon, in the Scranton, Pa. (El  Answering which might spell defeat for " * R0rium. " ' the defense of birth-control America if the war is not quick- by the pastors on May 1st, 1943. 'ea ther Dossogne is a noted lee- a ly and completely won. And the * * * S'q r on war events. He was clinic made by the pastor of a PRAYER ergler, Ernest Clinton, Joseph ltte.nt during the German oc- Methodist church here, the Most millions of the good mothers in :--Photo by Father Murray O loving God', Have mercy upon Cook, Michael Cullen, Paul J. Er- dr_lon of Belgium, escaped to Rev. William J. Hafey, Bishop of America, the mothers who are now Little Rock.--The above picture the men on the battlefields, on man, Jr., Eugene Fox, Joseph five and, lived for three months in Scranton, declared it "is some- giving their one, two, brings to mind an interesting fact ships at sea, and on ships in the Fritz, Carl Gisler, Jr., Joseph Gis- 'r'qUpied France, and finally thing really serious" for a "Min- sometimes ten, to fight for Amer- in the records of St. Edward's skies. Graciously help them to bear ler, Jacob Gisler, John Grayston, ][aPed, through Spain and Portu- later of a Christian denomination ica, these mothers have a right Parish, Texarkana, Ark. the hardships and the suffering i Edward Greve, Ben Hassler, Ed-  to the United States. to appear to speak for Protestant- to cry out to the women with the The Rev. John C. O'Dwyer, Jr., that may befall them, and the sep- i ward Heinrichs, Tony Heinrichs, :her Dossogne, a distinguished ism and Judaism and line them poodle dogs, to the habitues of the ordained last Sunday, is the 5th aration from.home and loved ones. John Hutcheson, Nick Klein, t, holds the B.A., L.L.B., M.A., up as defenders of the morality, 'clinics of infamy': 'You are priest from St. Edward's Parish Lessen the sorrow and anxiety in Charles Kohler, Edward Kramer, or rather the preverse immorality" traitors to the divine vocation of Texarkana. Cletus Kukar, Carl Leding, Anton every mother's heart, and in the h D. degrees from the Uni- Other priests from the same hearts of all near and dear to the Lehnen, Edwin Lehnen, Henry Y of Louvain. He also stu- involved in birth control practices, motherho6d and you are traitors parish who are now working in men. Through Christ our Lord. Lehnen, Serafina Liotta, Albert at the Sorbonne in Paris, and "And to be told that deliberate to America'" e University of Munich, Bonn, The exchange between Bishop the Diocese of Little Rock, are: Amen. Luckinbill, George Lux, James ologne. He is also a mere- interference with the divine plan of The Rev. Joseph A. Murray, St. Meadows, Racho Frederick Mead- f the Belgian and Frencl God in begetting children, made Hafey and the Rev. Dr. Harold C. John's Seminary, Little Rock, the The following boys from the ows, Williams Moellers, Eugene ,*Cal Academies. to His own image and likeness, is Case, pastor of the Elm Park Rev. Wm. E. Galin, (pictured Immaculate Conception Church Ockenfels, Louis Post, Raymond "*roduced by the Very Rev. on par with putting on your Methodist Church, resulted from above with Father O'Dwyer), St. . it." James E O'Connell, prln- glasses or going out in public the address which the Bishop made John's Seminary, the Rev. John M. are serving with the U. S. Army: Ruttle, Robert Ruttle, Andrew thol'ic High School, wearing a suit of clothes! If the to 74 graduates of the University Bann, Catholic High School, Little Joseph A. Caldarera, Ben G. Sharum, Lawrence Sharum, Leo a question were not so serious the of Scranton in the first class to Rock, the Rev. Lawrence p. Cordes, Jr,. Robert E. Corde*, Sharum, Simon Sharum, Thomas e graduate since the institution came Graves, assistant at Immaculat Maurice Lenard Derdeyn, Thomas Shavum, Herman Shelby, Carl Joe It e T Clark Dunn, John H. Euper, Jr,, Shelby, Claude P. Sparks, Wil- liam Sparks, John T. Spear, Wil- estam nt bereasningclassifiedf theas 'philosophY'hilarious.,, wouldBish, ietyUnderofthejesus.jUrisdictin of the Soc- Ark.Cnceptin Church, Fort Smith Joseph E. Fassnacht, William M. liam Sear, Herman Terbieten, :00il00oeC Halliburton, Marlin Boyd Hoge, Jacob Truschel, Henry J. Udouj, d S 1 Of op Hafey said inn letter published Denouncing the clinics of the There are besides the above Cletus J. Kukar, Raymond F. r. a e in the Seraton Tribune. Planned Parenthood Groups, Bish- priests, several students studying Lambert, Joseph D. Moore,,. Fred- Robert Watts (R.I.P.), Joe West, C pi "But the matter is too serious op Hafey declared they are places at the Seminary now: James O es, to beget laughter. It is so serious where "men and women are taught  Murphy, R a y m o n d O'Dwyer, crick William O'Baugh, John Otto Woestman and Eugene Wood. ew Eugene Borengasser, Vincent , York.For the first time that 25 years of birth prevention how to cheat God, how to sabotage  James P. Reynolds, Jr., Victor T. Michael Porter, Joseph Foster Enlisted in the Air Corps are: ha e history of the Catholic or planned parenthood techni- America's manpower, how to re- Cigairero, Jr., Bernard M. Blurt- Porter, Jr., Charles Eugene Raef, ,a, a Catholic sponsored New George Edward Repldng, James Borengasser, Charles Dave,, Leo . Roppolo, Joseph Roppolo and Gross, Bob Haag, Lafe Hutcheson, }lsment has  sold a million St. John's Home Missions Semi- que now makes the lack of man- duce the sacred state of marriage chard, and Ruben Froff. nary educated Little Rock's Auxil- power in America the one factor to the status of a brothel."  John W. Vesey. John B. Meyer, Nick Minden, ' Enlisted in the Navy are: iary Bishop for the priesthood. Dr. Case attacked the Bishop's "---:::::::::--:::-';-'-" Oliver West and Richard Worrier. 0 a. his report to the Catholic ' criticism of the clinic the follow- i BUY STATUE STOLEN Patrick Joseph Mallon, Sylvester [e lCal Association, whose mere- The Most Reverend Albert L. Serng with the Navy are: Fletcher, D.D., is a note-worthy I'[OJ}tL CATHOLIC ing night at a mid-winter instit- ;FROM OWN E. Raef, James Louis Sloan and Jack Rose, Frederick Stiesberg, al  WOrked on the revised New Morris's school, ute in his church. He character- ',PARISH CHURCH The Seminary is singularly hen- Ugt ized the Bishop's criticism of the Fresno, Calif. (E)When two  aent, published in 1941, Rev. product of Bishop John Kenneth Sloan. Joseph Hammer (R.I.P.) and Je- v a..L. Lilly, C.M. Secretary of ored to have had a member of its  clinic as "libelling by labeling." women members of St. Gene- I Serving with the Marines are: rome Heinrichs. James Bernard White, John! The Marines list the following . lblical scholars group, an- alumni chosen for the Episcopal Bishop Hafey's answer to the Piece's Parish here met a man Manly Odell and Lawrence Ed-!boys: i aced this amazing dissemina- office. RURAL Protestant clergyman's criticism .'arrying a statue of the Blessed ward Kelly. is of the Holy Word. Besides ....... was in the form of the letter pub- Virgin through the, streets of Charles Slaughter and Richard , _ astounding total number ..of kana lished in the Scranton Tribune. Fresno and learned that he The Air Corps lists the following Haaser. L la 18 months, during me Wexar LIFE planned to sell it, they pur- boys from the parish: ', Year of 1942, more than St Carl C. Clinton, Lawrence P. if; [ copies were sold. udents To service. The oldest, who joined $1.50.chased the statue from him for Keating, Henry Kuper Madden, The following boys are enlisted st. ae of the popular best sellers the Navy, dted at his station De- On closer examination they Milton Boyd Mock and Harry J. in the Army from Christ the King ar, including "Berlin Diary", Give Play COSFEaESC00 cember 29, 1941, when eleven noted the statue was very like Smith. Church: .l, uom Harvest", "This Above Serving with the Army Nurses' Louis Webb Barry, Othur Earl ',,, "I-low Green Was My Val- Ned Albert has given us a new 3801 Grand Ave.. Des Moines, In. Jap bombers attacked his ship, the one in their parish church. Hurrying to the church they Corp is: Barry, Terbert Becker, Noak Au- o'ete., even approached the comedy that is as timely as to-   and was buried at sea at the tip discovered it was the statue, Katherine Clawson. gustine Sharum, Jr., Harry Caleb a.u of The Revised New Testa- raorrow's headlines and Prove- Women Run Farms of Bataan peninsula, which had been stolen Sharum and Albert Matthew Son- deregger. ' lublished by the Episcopal deuce Academy has announced Since her husband died four- Mrs. Zane is not the only Iowa Also stolen was a statue of The following boys from St. a:Lttee of the Confraternity of that it will present "I'm In The teen years ago and left her with -- St. Joseph, which later was Boniface Church are serving with Serving with the Navy are: ,e: rlt found smashed, evidently drop- lhe Army: John Francis Barry, Michael , an Doctrine. Army Now!'" by Ned Albert at seven children, Mrs. Mildred Zane woman who is successfullly oper- the St. Edward's Auditorium on (Oskatoosa, Iowa) has reared atinga farm. Mrs. Grace Park is I :G[(NA L QUOTATIONS ped by the burglar, on a near- Eugene Bender, James Bender, Becker and Marion Hardy Wer- i:[P" Ireton, Richmond, Va: the evening of March 5. In case and educated her family, andhas running a 30-cow dairy farm and by sidewalk. Paul Bender, John Paul Eieker, ley.  e and all we commend this the title of the play might sound bought and paid for the l$0-acre deliverying the only raw milk to .rt misleading, Mr. Albert hastens to farm where they live. The oldest Marshalltown. Working over- _,_;.____.,,_:_, Eugene Bercher, Basil Borengas- Enlisted with the Air Corps are: lc]f Faith and devotion". ' "I-iShp Beckman, Dubuque, assure us that tl/is new comedy child was 14 years old and the time or even double time is noth- ser, Jbseph Borengasser, Sigmund Thee. Leon Barry and Claire : gives a Divine Message to is not a war play--far from itl youngest was fOUl" months old mg new for her. Previous to De- Nun Firs To Give Borengasser, Andrew Joseph Bu- Anthony McGuire. 2  iI in all its moods... " Rather, it is a modern comedy when Mr. Zane died. She bought cember 7, 1941, two hired men did Blood To Red Cross Bank ....... . a lea D. White, Bishop of about an average family and it the farm her husband had rented, the feeding and milking; her son, Windsor, Ont. (g)--Mother Mia- o For a down payment she Used who taught school, helped her tre, superior of the Hotel Dieu l d is packed with laughter. e: "I would not have re- rl: the New Testament as We know that all are looking most of the insurance policy he with cooling and bottling; and she Hospital here, was the first wo-  a family volume, anymore forward to the evening of March had left. The farm is now clear delivered and collected. Now, man to contribute blood to the Congratulations . e Would advocate a family 5 because the news,has leaked of debt and she has operated it her son and hired men have been hospital's Red Cross Blood Don- eok or a family rsary, out that at the rehearsals of the without help except at harvest drafted, and she has purchased a ors Bank. Her example was fol- milldng machine so she can do lowed by eleven girl war work- seasons WEDO S EAT SHOP c raember of the family old play the entire cast are howling the milking herself. t "My ers. ia:  to use a prayer-book or a at lhe lines of this novel and orig- oldest boy was 14 when his But just running her dairy isn't 2. .should have both for him- inal play and at the several hil- father died," she says "He stop- enough. Mrs Park raises 1,000 -..*.,.r:::_-:::::: , b ach member of the family arious situations. When the cur- ped school to help me.  He was chickens annually as a sideline 323 West 2nd St. : also have his own copy of thin rises on "I'm In The Army the man of the family He planted "Combining dressed poultry and .__-_%-.a,.. el .w Testament. Do not place Now!' and you become acquainted the corn and other crops and cul- eggs with dairying is the only t0 an obscure shelf .Keep it with the various characters in tivated them with the help of the way one can make a small farm Little Rock. Arkans lit you in your room, in your the comedy you will think to your- other children. iv Take it with you on your self, "Why, I know somebody ex- "The oldest girl was 12, and she like mine pay out well," she says. Most of the feed for her cows il: L_Read some portion of it actly like that!" Needless to say, did much of the housework The and chickens is raised on the " ' " v c_Meditate upon what you the comedy deals largely with youngerchores, fedChildrenstock andandmilkedI didcowsthe farm ............. with the exception of about _ : l,u or u ons ol azalia ana sraw g if. ad and apply it to your- the youth of our great country and Each year we rinsed u acres or Inurehased each year Corn o, ,   ,,.usv.qv.r  v ._ecure a copy for your per- there are fine parts for each mem- AL , use,, her of the cast. taaftreS frtth2canni:g/a:trY[Park farm yields quite weli'--" I'00 _. ,  h IIMKI11I/'IL,: . bushels an acre. Her explanation rl  -: is that all the fertilizer from rough-  gratulaUons . _, Ads War Victim corn. All, of us worked m l hose[ fields, anct we coumea on mem . . . [age consumed by her cows oes Enjoy freedom from worry about "J for cash uezore the other crops right back into the soil Des  .." -... , r matured [ . .- ann Household treasures or surpms turn- ,, , Momes Regmter. " " " i t ture by storing them m the b g, mod- . ,. It wasnt easy, Mrs. Zane ad- Cut St sa Y Ill QUALITY! 1943 Mod00llicd ;)> : !:':: p::::.'::: :. COMPLE NTERIOR VAN & STORAGE CO. :'":::':"'" "' "'  I DECORATING " 1 I I s00 E. Markham .:. Little Rock, Ark ,*'i':":":". !' SERVICE FREE, K00|PN00R S P. Gehrlng left) of Brooklyn.U:S.-NavyChaplaln No. ,g---terllns tSiver, Loc-Link /11 CARPET AND It) gill U delivers little "Patsy Lee" to Pere Jean (right), rosary with ut quality French Mission, for safe keeping. Natives,found the .toae. inAmethy.torEm.rald Ill FURNITURE CO./[| "  |[[[  / II in a ditch on Guadalcanal where the Japanese had left' beads. Crucifix with Droop- Ill lit rill )Ill . t/ after they killed her father and mother, and bashed the' ,alrEleadCota00u. .... ,,.,O Ill 709-71SMalnStreet 00lll - " U Pacific Island where Sisters of the mission wUl re. The Guardian . ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: II ! l *