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":[ , THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 26, 1943 PAGE FIVE 00-00holic Sailor Adrift No. 18 The Story Of The Bible In Pictures Sea 83 Days earns Value Of Prayers LWashington. (E)-- Second Class strong faith in God and in prayer. [aan Basil D Izzi, of the US Nobody knows better than I do vy, is just about fully recuper" the value of these two wonderful F rlfrora the terrifvinu exnerience gifts The wa God hel ed us and | 8     y P L? days on a life raft in the answered our prayers when we n Atlantic after his ship had needed help the most was some- "r" t.OrPedoed and sunk--but he'll thing like a miracle," said Seaman ver be the same again. Izzi. [:ueres nothing wrong either The son of Italian-American :][s_lcally or mentally with the parents, the young sailor, was a Iy:asom, 20-year-old Catholic member of a gun crew aboara a .?r. The efficient medical men Dutch merchantman. Two other ' members of the crew, Ensign James Maddox, of Lafayette, Ind., and Seaman George Beasley, of _ ,, ,n ae neighboring, up-to-the-min- ,u. S. Navy Medical Center in aCsda, Md, have seen to it !he is as sound as the prover- W rock. Ut the youth won't be the same Use spiritually he is stronger /, ne ever was in his young life. ;llraDlete faith in God and the $ue of fervent prayer are two F s tpon which Seaman Izzi can 'B' und. O| ,, TWo Wonderful Gifts  guess it takes something like .Which my companions and I gh to give a fellow a Hambleton, Me., died at sea on the raft. Two Dutch sailors sur- vived with Seaman Izzi. The ship was struck by two torpedoes on November 2, about 300 miles off the coast of South America. She sank rapidly. Sea- man Izzi leaped overboard and clung to wreckage for two days and two nights before he was picked up by the other four on the life raft. Of 229 aboard the ship, See SAILOR on page 8 WHERE TO HEAR MASS 00LT'S.--Our Lady...,p 10|cO,hUtch. Masses on SU Y iTS-- n I0"80 o'clock. lolNS."-Church of the Assumption [ tt. n 18t, 2nd and 4th Sundays of the I a: ? at 8:00 o'clock; Brd and 5th VY. s at 6:00 and 10:00 o'clock; holy i,,at6:80 and 8:80 o'clock.  KNoB.St. Richard' Church. :sl on 2nd, 4th and th Sundays at Corrected a of October I, 1942 ee nu Sunday at 6:00. 7:00, 9:00 and 10:00 o'clock, High Mass at ll:0O o'clock; weekday Masses at 7:00 and S:00 o'clock. Holy Sonls Chapel. Masses on Sunday at 7:80 and 9:00 ' o'clock. St. Edward's Church.--Macs on Sunday and holy days at :80, 7:00. 8 RiO and 11:00 o'clock; weekdays at 6:30 and 8:80 o'lock. Our Lady of Good Couneei.--Sundy Masses at 7:00, 8:00 and 10680: weekday Masse at 6;30, 7:80 and 8:80 o'clock, MAGNOLIA.--AmerIu Legion Hut. Mass on the let, 8rd and th Sundays at 7:45 o'clock and on the 2nd and 4thl Sundays at 9:80 o'clock. MALVERN.---MaIvern Library. Sunday Mass at 9 o'clock; Holy days of Obl/Ka- tion at 8:80. MARCHE.Immacuato Heart af Mary. Masses on Sundays and Holy Day at 9:80 o'clock, weekday at 7:80 o'clock. MARIANNA.--t. Andrew'S Church. Mass on lot, 8rd and Sth Sundays nf the month at 8:00 o'clock; on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 19:80 o'clock; holy days at 0:00 o'clock. MARKEiTREE.--. Norbert Mlsinn. Masses annd, 4th and th Sundays of the month at 10:80 o'clock. McCRORY,--St. Mary's Church, Mass on lt, 8rd and 0th Sundays of the month at 8:80 o'clock; and and dth Sunday at 11:00 o'clock ; holy day at 11:94) u'iock. MENA.---St. Agnes Church. Sunday Mass at 8:4S o'clock; evening services at 7:80 p. m. McGEHEE St. Wlnand's Mission. |unday Masses at 0:00 and 8:80 o'clock. MORRILTON,--Sacrod Heart Church Sunday Masses at 7:80 and I0:00 o'clock; holy days at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock. MORRISON BLUFF.---SS. Peter and Paul Church. Masses o Sundays and holy days at 8:80 and I0:$0 o'clsck. MORRIS SCHOOL.(NIue miles west of Searcy on Highway 86)--St, Paul' Church. Mass on Snndays  holy days at 6:80 n. m. MOUNTAIN HOME---aee ou 2ud Sunday at II o'clock, NEWPORT. -- St. Ceeella'e Church. Mass on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; 1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays at 10:30 o'clock ; weekdays at 8:00 o'clock ; First Fridays at 7:80; holy days at 6".30 o'clock. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Anne's Shrine.Masa on Sunday and holy days at 9:00 o'clock; First Friday at 7:00 o'clock. St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and I0:00 o'clock: evening devotions at 7:30 p. m.; weekday Masses at 8:00 o'clock except on Wednesday and Friday, when Mass is celebrated at 8:30 o'clock. NORTH LITTLE ROCK---St. Patrick's Church. Sunday Masses at 7:00, 9:00 and 1l:00 o'clock. OSCEOLA. --Sunday Mass at 8:00. PARAGOULD.  St. Mary's Church. Masses on 1st. 8rd and 5th Sundays of the month at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; 2nd Sunday at 10:00 o'clock: 4th:Sunday at 8:00 o'clock; weekdays at S:S0 o'clock PARIS.St. Joseph's Church. Masm on Sunday at 8:00 and I0:00 o'clock weekdays at 8:30 n'c],mk. PETIT JEAN.St. Elizabeth's Church. Mass on Sundays and holy days at 9 o'clock, PIGGOTT.Mas on 2nd Tuesday o! the month at 8:00 o'clock. PINE BLUFF.St. Joseph' Church. Sunda Masses at 7:30 and 10:0O o'clock. PLUM BAYOU.St. Mary's Church. Mass on 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 0:00 o'clock. POCAHONTA&---t.qt. Paul's Church Low Masses on Sunday at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock, High Mass at 10:00 o'clock; holy days of obligation, Masses at 6:4 and 8:00 o'clock. PRAIRIE VIEW--Sunday Mass nt 8:30 or 10:80, alternating RATCLIFF.--St. Anthony's. Mass on Sundays and holy days at 9:00 o'clock. RECTOR.--St. Henry's Church. Man on 2nd Sunday of the Month at 8:00 o'chck: 4th Sunday at 10:00 o'clock. ROGERSMass on 1st and 5th Sun- days at 8:80; 8rd Sunday at 11 o'clock. RUSSELLVILLE.--Maes ou 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month at 10:00 o'clock. SCRANTONSunday Mass at 8:30 or I0:80. alternating. ST. VINCENT.St. Mary's Church Masses on Sunday and holy days at  ttldI.NG.'--St. Mary's Church. Masse ,Y at 6:00 and 10:00. td t'VILLE.--Our Lady of the Bles- i..eament Church. Mass on 1st, 8rd I 4 ',a Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; 2nd o .,.8andays at 10:80; holy days at -e Clock. [NTON  Court roam of Saline t" , .COurthouse. Sunday Mass at t.Y Slock. eGLOW.---St. Ann's Church. 2rid i,0To,at 9:00 o'clock; 4th Sunday at L cloet, as on Sunday k _YTHEVILLE -- M 2-o, and 10:80 haJ.NR"LEY.----t. John's Church. Mass ,,' - a'id"' and 8rd Sundays at $:S0;o, elock.2nd, .i._th Sundays at 10:00 It ,.' EN.-==t. Leule Church.- Sunday k sses at 7:80 and 9:80 holy days ,latlon at 7:90 and 9:90 o'clock: ' as at 8:80. :[it ISLE.--St. Reee Church. Ms ';'CL'g.at 9:80 o'clock. _. h.LESTON.erod Hmrt Uurcn Pill is :- Mases o. 1st and 6rd Sundays !;-:.vo o'clock; 2nd. 4th and th Sun- -t 8 :o0 o'clock. t'S '' HILL.--St. Matthew's Church. lY(I'&. n 2od and th Sunday at Z.:SO tAY.---St. Joseph's Church. Sun- . C.. sees at 6:80, 7:80 and 9:46 o'clock. :Jh.UyFORDSVILLE. -- acred Heart -- .?va t-t- ANELLE'--Mas on let Sunday blIL?nth at 10:00 o'clock. dh [TT. -- St... Mary's- Hospital.  bt.ass at 6:80 o'clock. [so.-EEN  St. Barbara's Church. Qyn 1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays at bsG-;- nd and 4th Sundays at 8:80. '.I: nd "nd 6th Suaday t 11:00 'ls.' 8rd and 4th Sunday at 9:00 'S 0,RADo Holy Redeemer Church ',01,' asses at 7:80 and I0:00 o'clock; Is ys at 7:00 and 0:00 o'clock; First !N f the month at 7:00 o'clock. 'u.LIERG.St. John's Church. Sun- s at 10:00 o'clock. , RfiKA SPRINGS---St. Elizabeth's sl n Ist Sunday at 11 o'clock; no ,Ls usa 2nd Sunday; 8rd and 4th Sun- sally  e:80; 5th Sunday at 11 o'clock; ss at 8 o'clock. TTEvILLE.  St. Joseph' :00,c, SUnday Masses at 8:00 and ,t F.,'2ck; week days at7:00 o clock; s.'maYs at 7:00 o'clock; holy days i d 7:00 o'clock. I 8t':.ANMasses on Ist. 3rd and s a ':mays at 8:80; 2nd and 4th Sun- ,O1 c I0:80. ass !REST CITY.--t, Francis Church. Lm'Sth .t, 10:80; on 2nd and 4th Sundays '()(:'lst' 8rd and 5th Sunday of the tiC-clock; holy days at 7:00 o'clock; -ys at 8:80 'clock. l, FORT SMITH Seulate Conception Church. Sun- lls.Masses at 6:00, 7:80, 9:00 and 7.  o'clock: week day Masses at 8: and 8:00 o'clock holy days at c:v. , 7:00, 8:00,and 9:00 o'clock; a[eslons on Saturday afternoon t evening. c onliace Church.  Low Masses o,el_U.nday at 6:00, 7:45, and 11:00 le; uc, High Mass at 9:80 o'clock; uedlc 0 m week  .. tiau at 7:8 P. .; - cO.ases at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock; da'essions Saturdays and for holy ,from 4 to 6 and again at 7:15 e2 st, The King.  Sunday Mag- i S_ at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:30 o'block; , ,s on First Fridays of the month | {|'lnllY days at 7:00 o'clock. #|% t ETT -'St a. , urch Mass l'- "S  " , .ne S Ch lk" Znd and ith Sundays at 10:80 A2Y"-'Bleseed Church. :'* ,nd 9:80 o'clock. Sacrament SEARCY.--St. James Church. Mass I' '/asG t on the Ist and 8rd Sundays at 8:45 it s,eUl 4th Sunday of the month at a.m. , ' iiS  ,'--St. Alphonsus Church SHOAL CREEK  St. Seholastlc's Ii1 c'-- Sunday of the month at Church. Sunday Masses at 7:00 and O ,[". Mass on the 4th Sundays at 10:00 o'clock, the last Mass followed by mill: Benediction; weekday Mass at 8:80; 0aIRISON--Mass; 4th on 2nd SLOVAC,--SS. Cyril and Methodius - umcl. Sunday at o'clock. [ Sunda 'clock at 9 :elsek o  y at 11 o' ; Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and ',' I th ' aturdays preceding Ist, 8rd I0:00 o'clock. !!/'lh : AR'undays'd ' RD.st. Leo's Church. Mass STAMPS.St. Mark's Church. Mass on the st, 8rd and 6th Sundays at S:80 _ARTMand 4th Sundays at 9:80 a.m. o'cloel and on the 2nd and 4th Sundays a on ,.t and Srd st 7:008 sol.ok lnfl- : o'clock; 2nd, 4th, and STUTTGART.HolF Rosary Church. ELE.a. s at 10:00 o'clock. Masses on 1st, 3rd and 4th Sundays of .&.--St. Mary's Church. Sun- SUBIACO.  St. Benedict's Abbey. "scs at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock, the month at 8:00 nnd 10:00 o'clock; 2nd SPRINGS I Church. Sunday Masses l days at 7:00 and 0:00 o'clock. and 10:80. Church. Sunday Masses 10:80 o'clock; Holy Day at 7:80 ,and 9:00 Weekday Massds at 7:80 nn the let and 3rd Sun- i and on the 2nd, at 8:80 o'clock. Mass on the at 9:00. Bend.Mass on nt 11:00 o'clock. ----St. Phillps Church. day at 9:00 o'clock. Mary's Church. at 9:00 a. m. Sacramaa at 8:00 and o'clock on week. S :00 and 8:80 o'clock. on the l st and Srd 4ock and on the 9.nd clock. Lady of the Masses st 8.00 ROCK Mass- and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; holy Church. Sunday Masses at 4:80, 6:80 6:80, 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock: weekday Masses at 4:80, 6:80, 6:15 and 7:00 o'clock. SULPHUR SPRINGS.--Mas on 2nd Sunday of the month at 9:00 o'clock. TEXARKANA.---St. Edward's Church, Masses on Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock; holy days at 6:80 and 8:00 o'eloek. TONTITOWN.  St. Joseph Church Mass at 8 nnd 10 on Sundays and Holy Days. WARREN  St. Luke's Church. Mass every Sunday except the last Sunday of the month nt 9:80 o'clock, WEINER.---St. Anthony Church. Man on 1st and 8rd Sundays of the month at 6:80 and 8:00 o'clock: and, 4th and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. WEST MEMPHIS.  St. Mlchasl'e Church. Mass on Sunday nnd holy days at 9:00 o'clock. WYNNE.--St. Peter's Church. Mass on 1st, 8rd and th Sundays of the month at 11:00 u'elck: nd and 4th Bundays at 8:80 : holy days at 8 :0 : wkday Mass at 8:00 o'clock: Holy Hour Flrst Fri- day of the montk,  :80 o'lock, ABRAtlAMWAt.KED WtT THEt,A And when the men rose up from thence, they turned their eyes towards Sodom: and Abraham walked with them bring- ing them on the way. And the Lord said: Can I hide from Abraham what I am about to do: Seeing he shall become a great and mighty nation, and in him all the nations of the earth shall be blessed? For I know that he will command his children, and his household after him to keep the way of the Lord, and do judg- ment and justice: that for Abraham's sake the Lord may bring to effect all the things he hath spoken upon him. And the Lard said: The cry of Sodom and BUT ABRAtt4 AS YET STOOD BEOR THE LORD Gomorrha is multiplied, and their sin is become exceedingly grievous. 1I will go down a41d see whether they have done ac- cordingly to the cry that is come to me: or whether it be not so, that I may know. And they turned themselves from thence, and went their way to Sodom: but Abra- ham as yet stood before the Lord. And drawing nigh he said: Wilt thou destroy the just with the wicked? If there be fifty just men in the city, shall the perish withal? and wilt thou not spare that place for the sake of the fifty Just, if they be therein? Far be it from thee to lo this thing, and to sIay the Just with BE N0T AN0P,.LORD]I: I SPEAK YET ONCE ORE the wicked, and for the just to be in like case as the wicked, this is not beseeming thee: thou who judgest all the earth, wilt not make this judgment. And the Lord said to him: If I find in Sodom fifty just within the city, 11 will spare the whole place for their sake. And Abraham answered, and said: Seeing I have once begun, I will speak to my Lord, whereas I am dust and ashes. What ff there be five less than fifty just persons? wilt thou for the five and forty destroy the whole city? And he said: I will not destroy it, if I find five and forty. And again he said to him: but if forty be found there, what wilt thou do? He said: I will not AND ABRA-NAt RET.uRNEJ) HOME.- destroy it for the sake of forty. Lord, saith he, be not angry, I beseech thee, if I speak: What if thirty shall be found there? He answered: 11 will not do it, if 11 find thirty there. Seeing, saith he, I have once begun, I will speak to my Lord. What If twenty be found there? He said: 11 will not destroy it for the sake of twenty: I beseech thee, said he, be not angry, Lord, If I speak yet ones more: What if ten should be found there? And he said: I will not destroy if for the sake of ten, And the Lord departed, a/for he had left speaking to Abraham: and Abraham re- turned to his place. 29 At St. Sch01astica's Receive Awards Fort Smith. Twenty-nine stu- dents of St. Scholastica Academy were guests at a luncheon in the Home Economics department Mon- day, March 22, in recognition of their work in completing the Red Cross standard courses in Foods and Nutrition. Honor guest at the luncheon was Mrs. Ruth lakey, executive secretary of the local Red Cross chapter. Following the luncheon, Mrs. Blakey spoke to the student body and members of the faculty at a general assembly in the auditorium. She outlined briefly the history of International Red Cross, and spoke of the various fields of work that were being done here by the Red Cross, and of the ways in which the girls could help this work now and prepare themselves to be of help in the future. At the conclusion of her talk, she com- mended the girls for the interest they had shown in this work by taking the Foods and Nutrition course, and by working for the Junior Red Cross. The course had been taught by Sister M. In- nocence, who is also authorized to teach the Canteen course for the Red Cross. Mrs. Blakey presented certi- ficates for the course to Alice Bieker, Mary Frances Boerner, Lucille Borengasser, Mary Kath- erine Borengasser, Ella Mae Brooks, Lucy Cook, Patricia Don- berger, Jeannette Engel, Louise Ebbing, Wihna Edlin, Patricia Falvey, Cecilia Forst, Eliza Mae Freeman, Helen Greb, Frances Hoffman, Virginia Kaemmerling, Dolores Kohler, Marilyn Kohler, Evelyn Liotta, Dorothy Jeanne Maus, Anne Rudnick, Betty Shar- urn, Betty Walters, Mary Cecilia Wellman, Reginia Wellman, Cath- erine Rose Whalen, Helen Whalen, Victoria Worden, and Sister M. Angela. April Circle For Cathedral Announced Little Rock.-- Cathedral Parish announces the members of the April Circle, which will have charge of parish activities during :the next month. ! Mr. J. W. Schwarz is chairman of this group, and other members are: Mrs. Win. Anderson, Misses Helen and Margaret Anderson, Mrs. Laura Applegate, Mrs. Frank Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Bal- maz, Mr. Robert Boatman, Mrs. A, L. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Ben J. Booth, Mrs. L. C. Bossinger, Mrs. G. Boullioun, Misses Amelia and Mary.C. Brown, Mrs. Fred I. Brown, Misses Sue and Ethel Can- non, Mrs. Robert Catlett, Mr. Eu- gene Clark, Mrs. Chas. Cook, Mrs. Rose Cohlman, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Crossley, Mrs. Elsie Cunning- ham, Miss Lillian G. Downing, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Doyle, Mrs. Ger- trude Ellington, Mr. Harry E1- liott, Mrs. Hugh Elliott, Mrs. O. T. Elms, Mrs. P. F. Finkbeiner, Mrs. F. H. Fredman, Mrs. Joe Flynn, Mrs. C. H. Frederickson, Mrs. R. H. Pincher, Mrs. J. T. Ginocchio, Miss Dolores Ginnocchio, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Grohoski, Mrs. K. J. Guent- er, Mrs. Isabelle Guides, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Guinee, Mrs. M. A. Guinon, Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Gund- erman, Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hausen, Miss Modena Holland, Mrs. H. W. Hollingsworth, Mrs. T. W. Holt, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Ken- nedy, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ken- ney, Mr. and Mrs. Dean F. Kent, Mrs. Gertrude Linsky, Mr. and Mrs. Linskey, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Mahoney, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ma- honey, Mr. and Mrs. Roy M. Mc- Carthy, Mrs. E. A. McCaskill, Mrs. R. H. McKa:, Mrs. L. McLean, Miss Dorothy McMahon, Mrs. Louise Miller, Miss Edna Mitchell, Miss Mattie Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. Murphy, Mr. Gerald Nackbar, Mrs. C. P. Nahlen, Miss Edith Nahlen, Miss Nonie M. O'Keefe, Miss T. M. Oxford, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peitz, Miss Louise Peitz, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Porbeck, Mrs. Thomas Powers, Mr. John Powers, Mrs. W. C. Putsche, Mrs. B. Reinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Sam iSURVIVED 83 DAYS ADRIFT00AT SEA lather Robert White (right), Chaplain at the U. S, Naval Hospital, Betheda, Md., points out a unique crucifix in the Catholic Chapel to :Seaman Basil D. Izzi, U. S. N., who is recuperating from the terrify- 4rig experience of 83 days on a life raft in the South Atlantic, follow. ins the torpedoing of his ship. The 20-year-old sailor, the son of Italia-A)erican parents, is a member of St, Thomas' parish, South Barfs, Ma Reni Newsphoto. (N.CW.C.) St. Andrews, Holy Souls Schools Go To War Little Rock.--St. Andrew's and Holy Souls Schools are taking an active part in the war program. Since December 1, 1942, these schools have sold $633.00 worth of stamps. Both schools entered a scrap book in the School at War Pro- . . J gram whmh contained a record of all activities for Victory, and a god selection of original pupil wbrk. Each classroom has organized an Elementary Victory Corps, and membership requires at least four points, a minimum in each of the following areas: Citizenship, Community Service, Physical Fit- ness, and Conservation. The point system based on ac- tual army ranking; secures con- tinued activity In the VC and pro- vides opportunity for advance- ment. Thirteen pupils enrolled in St. Andrews hold a Junior First Aid Certificate, and twenty-nine are now taking a Junior First Aid Course. Both schools are enrolled 100 .p.er cent in Junior Red Cross. Pup- ils are taking an active part in making scrapbooks, and the girls are knitting an afghan. Reis, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Reit- er, Mrs. M. J. Senhausen, Miss Ca- therine Senhausen, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Sexton, Miss Vera Schultz, Mrs. E. F. Shader, Mrs. Robert L. Sharp, Lt. and Mrs. Warner Sharp, Lt. and Mrs. Gunther Shirley, Mrs. W. D. Simmons, Mrs. Thomas F. Smith, Mrs. John Stebbins, Mrs. C. C. Trapp, Miss Thelma Wasem, Mrs. J. C. Whitmore, Mrs. J. R. Marvin Williams. -== Merchant Marine Decoration Awarded To SIin Cadet Washington. ()Announcement was made today of the award of the Merchant Marine distinguished service medal to Cadet Midship- man Edwin J. O'Hara, of Lindsay, Calif. Cadet O'Hara was killed 'by shrapnel in an engagement at sea with two enemy surface raid- ers. CAT-HO=Lic (Continued from page 4) officially defines a doctrine of faith and morals as a doctrine revealed by Almighty God and handed down through the centuries. Because "I believe in the wisdom of God, I must logically believe in the one and only true Church of God, founded by Jesus Christthe Ro- man Catholic Church." FRENCH R( Made In France No. 67Beautiful Jet-black bede rosary on strong 'white 21 Inch chain with attractive uxldleed cross and corpus ..... $I.2E Fortunately a few months ago The Guardian bought the entire stock of this rosary, which State School Bus Statute Declared Unconstitutional By Washington Supreme Court Seattle. (E) -- The Washington State Supreme Court, by a five- to-four decision held unconstitu- tional the 1941 statute which per- mitted private and parochial school pupils to ride in public school buses. In January the Court, sitting en bane, had heard oral argument on briefs supporting the statute filed by Attorney General Smith Troy and by the Most Rev. Gerald Shaughnessy, S.M., Bishop of Seattle, and the Most Rev. Charles D. White, Bishop of Spokane, and on opposition briefs filed by the Rt. Rev: S. Arthur Huston, Bishop of the Episcopalian Diocese of Olympia; the Washington Council of Churches, and others. In support of the law, Attorney General Troy argued that the bus service is supplied to the pupils who ride and not to the schools. "When the Legislature declares that the health and safety of chil- dren attending all schools is to be promoted by avoiding and mini- mizing accidents and traffic haz- ards through public transportation, and that private and parochial school children are to be benefit- ed as Well as public school chil- dren," he asserted, "it cannot, in reason, be said that such trans- portation will unconstitutionally ad'vance religious worship and in- struction. "According to that construction parochial school children would not be permitted to walk on the side- walks and public highways on their way to school. In this day and age, socially-enlightened men cannot seriously differ on the proposition that the State may lawfully throw its protecting aegis over white and black, over Jew and Gentile, over Protestant and Catholic--all, and all alike--with- out distinction as to the particular spot upon the highway where com- mon danger may be encountered'." Three prominent Catholic law- yers, George E. Flood and Judge George Donworth, of Seattle, and Joseph E. Hurley, of Spokane, fried the brief for the two DioceseS. Presenting the brief for the op- position groups, a battery of twelve attorneys contended that permitting private and parochial school PUpils to share rides in public school district buses is di- !verting public money tO religious use. T H E R. E V I S E D T]ESS?AM]ENT THE GUARDIAN is co-operating with Episcopal Com- mittee on the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine by of. ering its readers an opportunity to secure this basicMIy important book directly through THE GUARDIAN. 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