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SONAL and SOCIAL[A L Ls0000DRIEsITEMS', II00: ' 00oyi,00, 80900 Seoond St., Phone 54S00, byI MUST BE . , eea ealay. I SIGNED ., ibistrict 1, Diocesan Council of and receive Holy Communion in :holic Women will meet next a body. Breakfast will be served [_uaesaay, at 2 p. m. at Catholic in the parish hall immediately ,,_.a School, with Mrs. Granville following the Mass. All members on: president, in charge At- are urged to make every effort to reeaeParishes are urged to" send be present. e .... --.-,,v=. Following this = = tlllg Will be a convention co - '""' " ' Re raeeting with the Rev. j,. LOmTUARIES_) I fonell, presiding. Plans will .,urmulated for the May con- i='mon of the NCCW. Miss Marie Louise Gibson I Miss Marie Louise Gibson, 51, I died at her home, 2501 Gaines I Street, Thursday morning at i0 Catholic High School P. T. |eck, president, will April 14, at 2:30 of the school. P. T. A., Mrs. Joe will sponsor a and bingo party at e of Mrs H. W. Browning, :dgewood," Thursday, April ;rnoon and evening There table prizes, card an'd bingo mr every bingo, door prizes. hraents will be served. Com- ia charge is" Mrs Joe Ober- s W. T Gilmore', Mrs. Joe "1 Mrs. D. E. Richard, Mrs. lastings, Mrs Jaul Bujar- h s. V. Busbyl Mrs. J. E brad, Mrs. J. W. Gilmore, k Dillon, Mrs Frank Fare- Iirs. Ed DotE," Mrs. Marvin lirs.. F. F. Stauder, Mrs. W. d-rlck, Mrs. Joe Binz, Mrs. ,atmney and Mrs. William . The public is cordially in- i( attend. .The -. ------ 'II0thers,,t; Andrew's Cathedral Ahr,. Ub P T A, Mrs Ber- ltthe l]Zoe  president, will meet a,, I parlors on Thursday, . -a 16 at .tiag 2:30 p. m. The noml- Itrs. E_,.coramittee composed of alch Qh Flannigan, Mrs. Fred is.IHll ra Cl Mrs. George Heinen pW officer their report " for the ,,-,-,,._, o ur me coming year. .00I-""erasers are urged to attend. ehha'Itar S of St. Mary's 0at'lv Will entertain with the |,.II11j4, 1" J mno =nartv, at the school 'r,"itle hand Parker Sts., North iI  8  .yc, Wednesday, April 15, 'v'al T ':# Is i  '. he following commt- I!ela . Charge: Miss Louise Sie- -Iqr.'aairman; Mrs. V. S. Lukas, ,age  Bulmanski, Mrs. M. P. -k' {rs._ Martha Siepiela, Mrs. . a.Udy, Mrs. Mike Lukas, :la ;arlstina Lantrip and' M i s s . Catholic t00a00neaa Women's Club o'clock. A member of St. An- drew's Cathedral and a graduate of the class of 1891 of St. Mary's Academy, she was the daughter of the late Frank T. and Marie Thibault Gibson and a sister of the late Lorenzo J. Gibson, who was vice president and trust of- ricer of the Union National Bank for many years. She is survived by a sister, Miss Marie Josephine Gibson, Little Rock. Funeral serv- ices were held at the residence by the Very Rev. Msgr. Francis A. Allen at 4 o'clock Friday after- noon. Burial was in Calvary Ceme- tery by Healey &Roth. Pallbear- ers were: C. E. Faulhaber, J. H. Bowen, Thomas Newton, Carroll Thibault, Felix Thibault, and' C. H. Richter. Eucharistic Plan Receives Approval San Salvador. (E).--The program has been approved' for the National Eucharistic Congress to be held here in November when, it is as- sured', His Holiness Pope Plus XII will address the congressists in Spanish by radio from Vatican City. The closing procession of the Congress will traverse all the prin- cipal streets of the Capital. In spir- itual preparation for the Con- gress, local Eucharistic days, con- ferences and spiritual exercises are being held throughout the country. In July, missions will oc- cur simultaneously in seven par- ishes in this city, and special con- ferences will be conducted in the barracks. The Most key. Luis Chavez y Gonzalez, Archbishop of San Sal- !vador, will visit all the Central American countries to invite the Hierarchy to attend. It is under- stood that the Most Rev. Luis M. Martinez, Archbishop-Primate of Mexico, will represent the Mexi- -',, can Hierarchy. Numerous Central ' American pilgrimages are expect- e-,ranthly dinner of ed. Business meeting Women's Ii,00t - held Monday, April Freiderica Hotel at 6  I^_:ae l%v. James Allen will Speaker. "R 'ers of the Catholic Busi- I e:0en's Club will attend Hegarty tff," _o clock Mass at St Ed- '' UnUrch Sunda . A ril 12 .... " Y" P ' Drug Company = ii , 4th and Main Sts. Phone 9111 ,[[[ Little Rock, Ark. , I I! BOND' TsB 0RYTu psYDEFENsE.UNITED,sTATESs f t , 1 WAR NEEDS MONEY! t Will c I o. money to defeat our enemy affressors. I r gVernment calls on you to help now. ey  Defense Bonds or Stamps today. Make every ie Y BOnd Day by participatin in the Pay-roll Sav- '21.  , ,. 0nd cost $18.75 and up. Stamps are 10., 25 and up,  :he Of every individual is needed. help Oy , . , i!Part by buyzn your share every pay day: THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 10, 1942 NURSES UNFURL SERVICE FLAG Probably the first Service Flag dedicated to Catholic nurses In this country in the present war ie the above flag recently unfurled by the Catholic Nurses League of the Diocese of Pittsburgh. It con. tains 50 stars and the emblem of the National Council of Catholia Nurses, which will convene at Detroit, May 25-27. Mary Louise Cronin of Pittsburgh Hospital is pictured here. {N..W.C.) " Greater Little Rock Activities St. Edward's Church. Low Sunday. Masses will be celebrated at 5:30, 7, 8:30 and 11 a. m. Sermon in all Masses will be on the "Distrust of Divine Pro- vidence." The young people of St. Edward's are invited to receive Holy Communion in the 7 o'clock Mass. The Little Flower Sodality will receive Holy Communion in a body in the 8:30 o'clock Mass. The Catholic Business Women's Association will also receive Holy Communion in the 8:30 o'clock Mass anti have their annual Com- munion Breakfast in St. Edward's Basement Hall after Mass. Eucharistic Services will be held Sunday evening at 7:30 with Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament. Masses on weekdays will be at 6:30 and 8 a. m. daily. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help will be Tuesday night at 7:30. Roy Cheney, Mrs. W. H. Harrison, Mrs. Florence Donnell, and Mrs. R. L. Bennett. The P. T. A. will meet in the ball Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 Catholic Relates MacArthur's Dash To Australia Brooklyn. (EL--Brigadier Gen- eral Hugh J. Casey, who accom- panied General Douglas Mac- Arthur from the Philippines to Australia and later gave a vivid account of the break through the Japanese blockade in Philippines waters, is a Catholic and a former parishioner of St. Agatha's Church here. In an interview in Australia a Circle No. 4 will sponsor a Bingo few days after the safe arrival Party for the parish and friends of the.MacArthur pay, General Tuesday night at 8:15. Everybody asey told' how carem pmns or is welcome. - the break-through, worked out al- Good Counsel Church. most by seconds, were disrupted Members of the Holy Name So- by a 40-minute delay when one ciety will receive Holy Communion of the four speedboats carrying on Sunday, April 12 at the 7:00 the party on the first part of the o clock Mass. The meeting will be journey was disabled. held Monday night, April 13 at This, he said, let to daylight 8:00 o clock, travel part of the way in an of- Builders ni,ht will be hCd Fri- fort to make up for lost time. At day night, Ap'il 10, and wii'l' be in dusk gfetrhe SseC2dtdya tJleP]anoeSe r o (1 su y wa g n cha ge f the Holy Name Society. "- ....... the r" -en: Activities will begin at 8:30 zon aneaa, rlaiung,, pa t y w .. Novena to St Anthonv i's held tnrougn anxious mmums or wmt- ,,rv m,,n,, m...,, .. +, ing but the d'estroyer steamed on .\\;q nn-70d ' n'--]'o"--%= .... without sighting the small, low- 'VheEucharistican'a'L'i'tfle'F'l'ow- lying .speedboa;S.boaWhernostedhatds er Novena is held' every Friday passeu u]e ou _ _ c._ night at 7"30 p m wake ant processes to me secret The children who are takina rendezous whence planes carried ..... " the party to Australia specml instructions for thmr Frst - - General" Case was Holy Communion will receive m om\\;uary ..... ey . First Communion on Sunday May promotes Irom me rank ot coionet . "'  to Brigadier General for outstand- ', rb, Ch,..,,h in heroism and extraordinary 'Sunta'y'is Communion day for: gallantry in action in the Philip-  r,,h. xr,,, ,;,,. ,,'t,.,,- i pines, where he was chief of Unit- :/il'oiiow"h-e 7..}'0"o,lock"lass ed States Arm.y Engineers under The committee in charge of activi'" General MacArmur. ties of the Society during April GenmTalCasey)s43 and en.ter- !is: Dolphus Thomey, chairman; e9 wes _Fointat ,u..ris mner, August Korte, Ernest Koehler I,v, rs. aonn d. casey, atenas amt Andrew Lukas, M. Rapillard, Law-' [Agatha's Churchhere. rence Frederick Sr., H. E Wal ....... orsAld pole, W. H. Harrison, .T.B. Wil-[ atnoHc uon ...... cox and Dr. F. E. Gavlas. tome tor Neeoy --snow rOK Sunday is Communion day for Chicago. (E).The key. Edward the boys. V. Dailey, Editor of The New The School Welfare Collection ] World, Catholic weekly newspaper will be taken up at the Masses here, presented to Show Folks, an Sunday. ] organization of entertainers, a The weekly social in the hall large donation, collected from Monday night at 8 o'clock will be[Catholic sources, for the group's under the sponsorship of the [new home to shelter old and needy Altar Society. Members of the [ radio, stage, screen and circus per- committee are: Mrs. R. C. Clark, [sons. Father Dailey is chaplain of chairman; Mrs. Harry Culp, Mrs.[Show Folks. Why burden your loved ones with funeral expenses when a Healey &Roth Superior Service may be provided for now for just a few cents a month in dues to The Healey & Roth Burial Association? Fixed rates according to age, and full benefits from the start. Improvement For Parish Plant At W. Memphis West Memphis, Ark.--New con- crete sidewalks approaching the church and rectory have been com- pleted at St. Michael's Church at West Memphis where the Rever- end Louis Janesko is pastor. The new walks extend from the school entrance south to Danner Street, past the church entrance; from the church door west to Mis- 'souri Avenue; and from Panner Street north to the rectory en- trance. DR. FELIX GAUDIN, K. S. G. Dr. Felix Gaudin, K. S. G., Su- preme President of the Catholic Knights of America departed this life on March 31 at New Orleans, La., after a long and useful life as an outstanding member of the Catholic laity, he had been a Knight of St. Gregory for many years, i Dr. Gaudin as we familarily knew him was elected Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America at its supreme con- vention in May, 1903, and. install- ed into that office on July 1, 1903, and with the exception of three years has held this office ever since, during this long tenure in office he became beloved and re- spected by all of the members of the Order. He has visited Arkansas many times at conventions and other functions of the Order, as a K. S. G., he assisted in the cere- monies at the silver jubilee of our beloved Bishop Morris some years ago. Dr. Gaudin was also a life mem- ber of the Arkansas Fraternal Congress and attended numerous sessmns of the congress as a guest speaker and visitor. He was probably more than any other person responsible for, and officiated in the unveiling of the beautiful statue of Perre Mar- quette at Helena, Arkansas, which was donated by the Catholic Knights of America and erected in 1936. Let me request that all our rnembers especially remember him Why not consult us now? in their prayers.George H. Stei- reel, State President. Son Officiates at Rites For Southern Lay Leader New Orleans. ().- The Rex,. Harold A. Gaud'in, S. J., Vice President of St. John's College, Shreveport, La., officiated at the Requiem Mass in Holy Name Church for his father, Dr. Felix Mrs. James F. Looram, of Ehn. burst, N. Y., chairman of the Me-' tion Picture Bureau of the Inter national Federation of Catholic Alumnae, who has been awarded the Pro Pontiflce et Ecclesia Cross from Pop Plus XII. Mrs. Leer. am's work in behalf of better mo- Uon pictures began in 192o (N.C.W.C.) " Pontifical Propagation Secy. Dies at Vatican Vatican City. (E).The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Franco Carminati, Secre- tary General of the Pontifical Work of the Society for the Prop- agation of the Faith in Vatican City, has died at the age of 60. Monsignor Carminati held a most important position on the Supreme Council of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith. He had often voiced' great respect for the faithful of the United States because of their prayers and generosity to the work of the Society. Two Georgia Prlesta Honored by Holy Father Savannah. (E).Two priests of the Diocese of Savannah-Atlanta have been elevated by His Holi- ness Pope Plus XII to the rank of Papal Chamberlain, with the title of Very Reverend Monsignor, ac- cording to word received from the Vatican by the Most Rev. Gerald P. O'Hara, Bishop of Savannah- Atlanta. They are the Very key. James J'. Grady, Chancellor of the Dio- cese, and the Rev. Joseph G. Cas- sidy, pastor of Sacred Heart Church, Milledgeville. Man yearns for joy; it is the Chicago. (EL--Freedom or con- science is tim birthright which Americans must defend "against every totalitarian and pagan as- sault," President Franklin D. Roosevelt says in a letter to the Most key. John B. Peterson, Bish- op of Manchester and' President General of the National Catholic Educational Association, on the occasion of its convention here. "It is of deep significance that the National Catholic Educational Association will hold its annual national convention in this time of grave crisis in the affairs of the nation and of the world," the President writes. "Those who par- ticipate will realize that such free- dom of assembly is denied in all the countries of the world which today are held in slavery by the enemies whom we are fighting. "That simple statement makes clear as the noonday the issue at stake in the tragic conflict which the world now witnesses. Happily, in this country, we do not have to debate freedom of conscience. It is our birthright be- cause of the wisdom and fore- sight of the Fathers of the Con- stitution, who in ordaining free- dom of conscience established as a corollary, freedom of education and the right of assembly. "We must defend this birthright against every totalitarian and pa- gan assault and to that end we have pledged every resource of manpower, money and material and will fight shoulder to shoulder with lovers of freedom wherever freedom is assailed. "I rejoice to know that the ob- pect of your organization, as stated in its constitution, is 'to keep in the minds of the people the neces- sity of religious instruction and training as a basis of morality and sound education.' "I trust that the Chicago con- vention will in wise deliberation and constructive action further the achievement of that high purpose. Please extend my cordial greetings to all who participate." Parish School Honors Graduate Slain at Wake Island San Diego. (EL--Four hundred persons, including teachers, stu- dents and former students, partici- pated in a tribute at Our Lady of the Sacred Heart School to Philip Kilcoyne, a graduate of the school, who gave his life in de- fense of Wake Island. The Rev. Owen Hannon, pastor, spoke. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts participat- ed in the ceremony. A. Gaudin, dentist of this city, need of his nature. Everything that 0ho has just died at the of deprives him of it is an affliction age to him. Dr. Gaudin was Supreme Presi- Sweet are al :tfings when we dent of the Catholic Knights of learn to prize them, America, which he founded in Not for their sake, but for His 1903. A past President of the Who grants iaem or denies Federation of Catholic Societies them.--Aubrey de Vere. of Louisiana, which he helped found in 1903, and a member of  ' " "" the Third' Order of St. Francis[ Fs H. KUIPER, Jeweler and many other Catholic groups, he was made a Knight of St. I g06 West Capitol Phone $-4724 Little Rock, Ark. Gregory by Pope Plus XI in 1930. | DIAMONDS, JEWELRY, WATCHES, CLOCKS, POTTERY The investiture took place in St. I NOVELTIES AND GIFTWARE Louis' Cathedral here. I We repair all kinds of plain mad complicated watches, Spanish lgi-lm I look and Jewelry. Mall orders sollolted. All work Of Passion I [For 25 years head watchmaker of largest local jewelry store. Shown in Mexico . Mexico City. {E).--A pro-view of the motion picture "Jesus de ] Nazareth" was given privately for 9' kL SPO the Most Rev. Luis M. Martinez, , -- Archbishop of Mexico. ' * His Excellency commended Ra- o' I men Pereda for the "spiritual good" that should result from the showing of the film, and congratu- lated the actors, particularly Jose Bern d T Heinze Cibrian, who portrayed the role of Christ. a r The picture, now showing in SOLICITS YOUR two theaters of the Capital, is the k first depicting the Passion and Death of Christ produced in the INSURANCE BUSINESS Spanish language. 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