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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 27, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by/ MUST BE  * 00,1 Tuesd4ty. | SIGNED fidentiaily without publishing your address or Identity by using a "blind box number" in care of our office. All responses will bc forwarded to advertisers. a Studellt employed as an engineer for the Sanderson & Porter Construction State Printing & Pub. Co. Builders Night Honor Roll co. at Pine Bluff. The couple will Let us bid on your next printing job. Good Counsel Parish welcomes you and Our Lady o[ Lake live in Pine Bluff. All kinds of printing. 210 Center. your friends to Builders Night ever) Call 2-99T6. Friday night from 8:80 to 10 p m.. Whelan, of Texar- West 9th and Bishops Streets. student at Our Do you have an apartment or room that you would like to rent to a Cath- BUSINESS EQUIPMENT of the Lake College, San olie party? If so use The Guardian L. C. SMITHS and Coronas; new. used Texas, led the college Classified Advertising. and rebuilt; also adding machines roll for the first semester, WANTED.A housekeeper for employ- FINES PHILLIPS, 117 Iloutsiana. 9021 to the report of the reg- ed woman and two daughters of school age. Call 3-0114 after 6 p.m. mDi.., daughter of Mr. and Address Box C, The Guardian.  ROSE BUD lelan, was valedic- i,?drff/,.Ti,,W,7.l:H." --1 the 1941 graduating class CLEANERS  ] :Doksi" Ray Mernah Chas. A. Mernah Wm. Durbin, Jr., who Cood Counsel Parish aboard the U. S. S. New .__ " of alterations been promoted to phar- THE BEST third' class. He is the suits 4s SOc and up and Mrs. C. W. bur- ,. For and Deliver 02 Lincoln Ave., Little ipho 8th and Galnes e worked up through the rating that petty l Newman Library 1  g Co.' "[ 102% West Capital. Little Rock's Cath- :' Times rintin ollc rental library, open to the pub- I llc. We have books, religious and and Mrs. M. W. Barren zlv Main St. North Little Rock| secular, holy articles and cards for Little Rock want their I all occasions. We shall be glad to to know that they have WANTED--A housekeeper for pastor and i place mail orders for any book or word from their son, assistant in Little Rock rectory. ] article which we do not have. Call who has arrived sae- Write Box H, The Guardian. 1 charge2"2352" Miss Rose Lafferty |n England. KORTE TIRE & SERVICE CO.----top at Korte's for Gas, Oil, Tires. 1800 Catholic High P. T. A. will Main, North Little Rock. I a'Bingo party in the gym- of the school on Thurs- FOR RENT or will sell--5 room hous'! 5. The public is cordi- with sleeping porch. Close to Cath- to attend, clio schools and convenient to car liao i2o7 N. Polk Ph. ,-2,. PARSEL'S Upholstery Smith-Hughes Do you want to buy or sell a farm WE FRAME PICTURES and Mrs. Robb Hughes of conveniently located near churel, 816 West Capitol" Phone 2-1627 Post announce the mar- and school? Use this classified ad their daughter, Cecilia section. UNITED SUPPLY CO. We sell school and office furniture. Furniture repair to Harry Leo Smith, son Good home offered ohler man willing to and upholstery. D. J. bailey, 1207 and Mrs. Edward Smith of give hand on farm tn exchange for W. 7th. Dial 7850. board and clothes. For particulars, MO. write Charles Bankowsky, Route 1, See Jimmy Lynch--New location--liB was performed Sex 80, Alexander, Ark. Maple, No. L. R., Phone 2-1886. 7, in Our Lady Fire. Tornado. Auto Insurance. Bonds Church, Hope, Ark. The Farm Homes for Catholics Crochet Instructions. ncis X. Dollarton offici- 40 to 100 acres, 1 to 5 miles from Nuptial Mass. Mrs. Leo Church, parochial and Catholic high Patterns of all kinds and sugges- was the bride's only at- schools. Good land, free list, F.J. tions on crochet work may be and Purcell E. Pagemiller Baltz, Pocahontas, Ark. obtained by writing Marie Peitz Ross, Alexander, Ark. served as best man. Do you want to rent a home near a Enclose l0 cents with each or- ride has been public health parish church and school? If so Hempstead' County for place an ad In the classified section, der. months. Mr. Smith is Write or telephone your Classified Ad-to The Guardian at Wh S id S ? the following rate a line for one .=ties, a for two Contest o a O insertions: 8c a line for three or more insertions; 7e a llne for a By " . there are many things six-month or more contract. Larger and more attractive type van about us and about our national be used by figuring 10 lines to an inch, at the rate shown here. life for the preservation of which Union it would be a crime to shed one drop of American blood." "They Greater Little Rock Activities - governing need not be cataloged, for we all public speaking know very well what they are, girls, sponsored by the until these things are eliminated, St. Andrew's Cathedral. held I M. N. Hanson, chairman; Mrs. m's Union of Ar- our strength will always be viti- Lenten devotions will be Mary Arnold, Joseph Berberich been announced by ated with weakness, and our nobl-at the Cathedral Wednesday eve- Peter Biehl, Mrs. C. Bopp, Steve M. Willems, president, eat protestations of love for de- sing at 7:45 with Benediction of Brucks, Katie Cash, Willard Craw- preliminary contests will mocracy no more than the empty the Most Blessed Sacrament and ford, J. C. Dares, Thos. Duerer- contestants for the state sounds of words." a sermon by the Rev. Mr. Louis ling, Henry Frederick, Hazel to he held in connection "These things that are wrong Stemac. Findley, Mrs. Cecila G'Sell, Louis joint convention of the with our democracy are the things Friday devotions, beginning at Hart, Cecil Hill, Katie Hoppe, Union and the Catholic :hat are wrong with you and with 7:45, will include Stations of the Mrs. Anna Ilgner Fred Isenman Union. me, with individual men and we- Cross and Benediction of the Most and Marl, Mrs. C. D. Johnson, Paul contest chairman to have men. They stem out of pride and Blessed Sacrament. Luette, John McCormick, Antes of the elimination contest greed, out of envy and hate, out A Mass will be celebrated at the Nabholz, Mrs. C. elberta, Mrs. their resJective districts of laziness and luxury and lust. Cathedral at 12:05 noon each week Norms Powell, Thee. Probst, An- district, Miss These are the sources of the so- day during Lent. ton Schmelzer, Win. Schnuettgen, ergler, 901 North 21st cial evils that beset us and the On Tuesday and Fridays during Mrs. Theresa Snyder, Margaret Central District, ultimate explanation of the sad Lent an 8 o'clock Mass will be Stemick, Roy P. Thompson, Ken oinette Thessing, Miss fact that millions of us who by held at Holy Souls. Watkins and Dee Wright. District, Miss law have the right to life, liberty, Mothers Club Good Counsel Church. rgaret Raley, Route 4, and the pursuit of happiness are St. Andrew's Mothers Club, P. Good Counsel Altar Society will prevented by reason of economic T. A. met Thursday at 2:30 p. m. receive Holy Communion on Sun- Willems has announced the circumstances from using that in the school parlors. The meeting day, March 1, at the 7 o'clock rules: right, was opened with prayer by the Mass. The monthly meeting will of a topic for each "Our patriotism must go into Rev. Amos Enderlin with the be held Friday afternoon, March contest and for the action in our daily life, and the Mrs. Bernard T. Heinze, 6, at the home of Mrs. A. Me- ,st, was agreed' upon by first objective we must strive to )residing. Minutes were read by trailer, 5300 Maryland Ave., with Arkansas. The take is the citadel of our own secretary, Mrs. Lee Weber, and Mrs. R. C. Harville, president, Youth and soul. It will capitulate to us if ;he treasurer's report was given presiding. we are strong in virtue. We be- by Mrs. Henry Barre. It was de- Sunday night at 7:30, devotions ranging in age from 14 come strong in virtue by practic- cided to hold a rummage sale the for peace. Wednesday night at 7:30 eligible, provided they ing virtue. America needs arms last Saturday in March, the com- Rostary, Litany, Sermon and better than a high and ammunition. She needs tanks mittee to be appointed at the next Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- and planes and guns. But above meeting. A committee consisting ment. Friday night at 7:30, The subject must be deliver- all she needs better men and we- of Mrs. Frank L. Johnston, Mrs. Way of the Cross, Eucharistic and memory. Manuscripts men, better fathers and mothers, F. A. Zachert, Mrs. H. T. Demp- Little Flower Novena, and Bene- h contestant must be better public officials and civil Hey and Mrs. Rose Massery was diction of the Most Blessed Sac- the chairman before servants, better teachers, better appointed to serve breakfast to rament. employers and workers, better ac- the children the first Friday in The children will receive Holy of time for delivery tors and entertainers, better peo- March. Communion on Friday, March 6th, exceed ten minutes, ple in every walk of llfe." , St. Mary's Church. at the 8 o'clock Mass. Confessions will be heard Thursday from 4 will be judged In order to bring about the us- St. Mary's P. T. A. met in the points: Delivery, ity and solidarity "which alone club room of the school, Febru- to 6 and from 7 until 8:30. can make our nation secure, we ary 13, with a large attendance. The discussion club under the and Appearance. need to die for one another." "In Plans were made for members to direction of the Very Rev. Msgr. Y contestants are eligible a thousand and one ways," hemeet at the Boys' Club, February John B. Scheper, S. T. D., die- members of parishes in added, "we must die to self and 17 at 1 p. m. to sew for the Red cesan director of the Confraternity are local branches or self-love and lose our lives to one Cross. of Christian Doctrine, will be held affiliated with the Cath- another in Christ, that in Him we A committee was selected to Thursday night, March 5th, in or Catholic Women's imay live to one another. Patriot- sponsor the next benefit bingo to Good Counsel Hall at 8 o'clock. Arkansas. i ism in action is Christianity in be held on March 3 at 8 p. m. : Builders night this Friday night, and address of each action, and Christianity in at the school, 16th and Moss Sts. February 27, will be in charge :must be sent to the dis- is the Cross.  The Rev. Dr Mrs. Wayne King, chairman, will of the St. Anthony Society. .'st chairman not later George Johnson, Director of N be assisted by Mrs. Louis GasH- Month of March is dedicated to 1, 1942. C.W.C. Department of man, Mrs. V. S. Lukas, and Mrs. St. Joseph. Special prayers will Fritchie, Prairie J.C. Sullivan. be recited every day after Holy state contest chair- Guild for Military Men The committee for the First Fri- Mass. Will have charge of the held in conjunction In Brazil 20 Years Old day Breakfast to be served to the The following is the list of the conventions. Rio de Janeiro. (E).The Uniao : children March 8th is as follows: March Committee: '------ Catholics dos Militares, Catholic Mrs. John Bauman assisted by Mrs. James Murphy, Mrs. H. L. Mrs. Rader, Mrs. Garrison and Lieber, Mrs. Louis Detert, Mrs. Leaders Praise guild for military men, is observ- Mrs. Louis Gassman. ing it 20th anniversary. It was Frank DeClerk, Mrs. Joseph Hoff- of Chaplains organized in !922 as a result of St. Edward's Church. " man, Mrs. F. Armellini, Mrs. G. (E).High tribute to the the First National Eucharistic Second Sunday in Lent. Masses A. Reaves, Mrs. W. D. Leonard, Canada's Army, Congress, which was held in this will be celebrated at 5:30, 7:00, Mrs. A. Sarlo, Mrs. E. Francke, Force was paid by city. 8:30 and 11:00 A. M. The Bish- Mrs. A. Musso, Mrs. Jesse Smith, >f these services at a op's Pastoral will take the place Mrs. A. Runshang, Mrs. Dan Cox, of the Senior Cath- It is preferable to have all the of a sermon in all Masses. The Mrs. D. B. Harper, Mrs. J. W. world against us, rather than to school children are invited to re- Robertson, Mrs. J. Oehrle, Mrs. General A. G. L. have Jesus offended with us. ceive Holy Communion in the 8:30 Aloy L. Yanker, Mrs. F. F. Got- Commander of the o'clock Mass. The children's choir anflo, Mrs. Michael Strozyk, Mrs. who is in Can- Amongst all who are dear to will sing this Mass. John Burke, Miss Catherine Be- in connection us, let Jesus alone be specially be- Devotions,tconslsting of the Sta- ever, Mrs. O. N. Thurman, Mrs. Work as head of the loved, tions of the Cross and Benediction E. J. Tschann, Miss Lillian Sum- overseas, corn- of the Blessed Sacrament, will be mers. Rev. C. L. Nelli- held at 7:30 p. m. Sunday. St. Patrick's Church. Catholic Chaplain, anization of the Cath- H I M S T E D T Weekday services will be as fol- Devotions tonight at 7:30 will , lows: Daily Masse at 6:30 and 8 include the Way of the Cross and service overseas and o clock. Devotions daily at 7:30 Benediction. . The work of the chap- Plumblng&Heating p.m. Monday, Thursday and Sat- Members of the Altar Society said, was of paramount Company urday, Rosary services; Tuesday, will receive Holy Communion at Novena of Our Lady of Perpetual the 7 o'clock Mass Sunday. Serving Little Rock For More Help and Benediction of the The Catholic High School col- ERa" FROM Than 20 Years Blessed Sacrament, and Wednes- lection will be taken up at the day and Friday, Stations of the Masses Sunday. Installation and Repairs of cross and Benediction of the Nursery school attendants Sun- PLUMBING & HEATING Blessed Sacrament. day will be Pollyanna Pollock and Tuesday at 8:05 entertainment at Marie Bujarski. 321 West Capitol Phone 6153 Bingo by Circle No. 3 for the con- Lenten devotions Sunday eve- Little Rock, Arkausas gregation and friends. Circle No. ning will include Rosary, sermon Reliable--Satisfactory . consists of the following fami- by the Rev. James W. Nugent of lies: :: ,>: ['z:.L the faculty of St. John's Seminary, Pearson-Lyle The marriage of Miss Martha Thelma Pearson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Pearson of Leaven- worth, Kansas, to Lt. John Robert Lyle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry F. Lyle, of Mena, was solemnized at a simple but beautiful ceremony at 7:30 a. m., Sunday, February 15, at St. Agnes church, Mesa, Ark. Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. P. Gallagher per- formed the ceremony and offici- ated at the Nuptial Mass. The altars were beautifully decorated with peach gladiolus, smilax and ferns. The nuptial music was play- ed by Sister Gertrude, R. S. M., and during the exchange of vows Miss Barbara Martin sang "Moth- er at Thy Feet Is Kneeling" and at the offertory she sang Gounod's "Ave Maria." The High Mass was sung by St. Joseph's Academy choir. The bride was lovely in a rose biege wool travel dress with wine accessories. She carried a prayer book and wore a corsage of pink roses and ferns. Her only attendant, Miss Betty Ann Lyle, sister of the groom, wore an early spring model of dusty blue with navy accessories. Harry T. Lyle was his brother's best man. After the ceremony a wedding 0reakfast was served to the bridal party at the home of the groom's parents. The table was centered by the three-tiered wedding cake flanked by red' candles and the red rose corsages of the mothers of bride and groom. Following the wedding break- fast it. and Mrs. Lyle departed for an unannounced destination. The bride is a graduate of St. Jo- seph's School of Nursing at Kan- sas City, Me. The groom, for the past two years has been command- ant of different CCC camps in 'Missouri. Lt. and Mrs. Lyle will leave for the Officers Training School at Ft. Benning, Go. 1942 Mobilizes 'V' Aide;-- Mary Catherine Keeley, who has been named by Governor StasHes to the office of Minnesota State Director of Women's Services in Civilian Defense. She will mobil- ize some 30,000 women as "Min- nesota Victory Aides." Miss Keeley. who is a graduate of the College of St. Teresa, Winona, Minn., has been engaged in social work for the past eight years. (N.C.W.C.) Polish Soldiers Present Image Of Mary to Queen London. (EL--As a gift from Polish soldiers in the new amny now being formed in Russia, General Sikorski has presented to the Queen of England an image of Our Lady embossed on a shield. The shield is a copy of those which Polish knights used to wear in battle. Governor Names 8 Priests To Defense 'Council Phoenix, Ariz. (EL--Eight Ari- zona priests have been named by Governor Sidney P. Osborne to thc board of the Civilian Defens', Coordiating Council, division of recreation and spiritual welfare. They are: The Rev. Luis Fernandez, pas- tor of St. John the Baptist Church, St. John's, Vice-Chairman; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Louis DuVal, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Nogales; Fathers Louis Schoen, O. F. M., Phoenix; Bernard L. Gordon, Tempe; Joseph Hootsman, Wins- low; Arthur Crook, C. M. F., Pres- cott; Narciso Santesmases, Mor- enci, and James Weber, Nogales. Queen-Abbess Radio Subject. New York. ).--St. Radegund, Queen of Thuringia and Abbess of a convent at Portiers, France, in the sixth century, will be the sub- ject of the drama to be presented over the "Ave Maria Hour," which originates over Station WMCA here. The broadcast is sponsored by the Fathers of the Society of the Atonement of Graymoor N. Y. and Benediction. Devotions begin at 7:30 o'clock. A Requiem High Anniversary Mass for the Rev. George H. Mc- Dermott, late pastor, will be cele- brated Monday morning at 8 o'clock. The weekly social will be held in the hall Menday night at eight o'clock, sponsored by the Holy Name Society. Robert Dittemore is chairman, assisted by James Fro- ley, L. C. Meinert, Fred Koplan and Gordon Hunt. Lenten devotions Sunday eve- ning at 7:30 will include Rosary, sermon, Benediction. The Altar Society will meet in the hall Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Plans for the annual St. Patrick's Day party will be dis- cussed at the meeting and all members are urged to be present. The month of March is dedi- cated' to St. Joseph. Prayers will be said after the daily Masses. Solemn novena to St. Patrick and St. Joseph will begin Tues- day, March 1O, and conclude Wed- nesday, March 18. A man must strive long and mightily within himself, before the can learn fully to master himself, and to draw his whole heart into God. Do not take it hard' when you are deserted by a friend, knowing that we all at last must be sep- arated one from another. H MORR00SO N THE HATTER "" HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED 523 Main St. Ph. 996 STANDARD PAGE THREE Native Clergy in India, Burma and Ceylon Objects Of March Mission Intention Some two years ago when the lcis Xavier. The accession of Pope present Bishop of Guntur, Msgr. [Gregory XVI to the Chair of St. Thomas Pothacamury, visited the lPeter gave fresh impulse to mis- United States, he gave the high-Ision work in India, and the inter- lights of Catholic Church history Jest was continued by his sucees- in India. "According to long lsor, Pope Pius IX. When the great standing tradition supported by Leo XIII restored the hierarchy contemporary evidence," stated His Excellency, "Christianity was introduced into India by Saint Thomas the Apostle. Most scholars, including Protestants, are now agreed that the historical evidence of the story of St. Thomas' alhos- tolate in Malabar, southwest coast of India, is unquestionable. He preached the Gospel, established' Christian communities, founded Churches and ordained priests. Then he went to the East Coast, made some converts, was martyred on a hill, traditionally known as St. Thomas' Mount, and was buried in Mylapore, a suburb of Madras. There has been from earliest times a large Syrian Cath- olic community in Malabar, which traces its descent from apostolic times. In 522, Cosmos, a Greek navigator saw 'with his own eyes the Church widely diffused in Taprobane (Ceylon) and Male (Malabar).' " This then is the story of the beginnings of Christianity in In- dai  beginnings which seem, however, to have confined them- selves to but a small portion of India. It remained for the Portu- guese in the 16th century to vita- lize this smouldering spark of Catholicity. The great apostle of the East, St. Francis Xavier, found in this distant land a field ripe] for the harvest and the faith he taught and practiced with such zealous charity began to spread throughout the country. By 1608 the famous Robert d'e Nobili, with his Italian and French confreres opened new centers in Madura, stronghold of Hinduism. Becom- ing "all things to all men" they adopted Italian dress and permit- ted "their neophytes to keep their social customs as long as they were not opposed to an essential teaching of the Christian faith. The results were striking. Many groups among the high castes were converted and by the end of the 17th century, there were 800,000 Catholics in India. Evil Days But the progress of Catholicism was to meet serious reverses dur- ing the latter half of the succeed- ing century. The contest for pow- er between the Portuguese, the Dutch and the English, the sup- pression of the Society of Jesus, the spread of Mohammedanism and the conflict between the Port- uguese Crown and the Sacred Congregation of Propaganda, were but some of the causes which led to the retarding, and, in some in- stances, cessation of mission en- in 1886 India entered upon era" of new life and mission activity. However, the brilliant Pope Leo XIII realized that "the real aim of the missions is not the conver- sion of souls, the addition of new members to our statistics, but the building up of the Church on a permanent basis." For this reason he addressed a special letter to the Hindus in 1893. "The zeal of the missionaries from Europe meets with many obstacles," wrote His Holiness, "the greatest being the ignorance of a language some- times most difficult to master, and new customs and habits to which one is not used even after many years. It is evident that native priests will inspire greater confi- dence and their work will be fol- lowed by more lasting results." Renewal Of Hope As a further proof of his prac- tical interest" in the future of the Church in India Pope Leo XIII in 1893 established' a papal gen- eral seminary for that country at Kandy on the island of Ceylon. Within 25 years after its establish- ment over 150 native priests had taken up the task of evahgelizing their countrymen and two of their number had been raised to the episcopacy. Thus we see that the Church was ahead of India's na- tionalistic policy, having already begun the task of rearing a priest- hood indigenous to the country. Today, after another quarter of a century, there are three Arch- dioceses and 13 Dioceses entrust- ed to the care of native Bishops and there are over 3,000 native priests at work in India. Need- less to say it will be this staff which will have to be augmented during succeeding years, parti- cularly in view of the interna- tional warfare and its. conse- quences upon the replacements of foreign missionaries in this and other lands.  Right Rev. Msgr. Thomas J. McDgnnell, National Director, The Society for the Propagation of the Faith. Service Men to See Irish Hurling Matches Free San Francisco. ).--Service men in uniform will be admitted free to the St. Patrick's Day Irish foot- ball and hurling matches of the Gaelic Athletic Association here, March 15. The G. A. A. players are to give exhibitions of Irish sports early next month on St. Mary's College campus, where Brother Austin, F, S. C., president, will he host. dearer. By 1831 all the Portu ....... guess Sees were without Bishops  % and prompt action was needed to | | remove from the clutches of pag- I ,, [ anism and Mohammedanism these I " / peoples so dear to the apostolic | L] .... JI... | hearts of St. Thomas and St Fran- i lCtrty / Drug Company I _ SPECIAL! i 1| 4th and Main Sis. | i Pu 4 Cash &ill / Expert Knit-Wear Blocking Ill Little Rock, Ark. | ...... And Dye, Ill l Bernard T. Heinze SOLICITS YOUR INSURANCE BUSINESS (All Kinds Except Life) WITH RIGHTSELL-COLLINS-BARRY-DONHAM, Inc. 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