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, ,:_ .... ...... ., ,= Lhrlst Endures buttennqs In i lt. Rev. Msgr. Edward J. Hickey, new supply has ben r Chancellor of the Archdiocese. Monsignor Hickey's statement was made a part of an editorial headed ,,.an Authoritative Confir- mation," in the current issue of the Michigan Catholic, official] Catholip weekly organ of the De- troit Archdiocese. The editorial said: "Current controversy on the edi- torial policy of the local weekly, Social Justice, in relation to American morale, has brought from some Catholic papers in the country the emphatic statement that Social Justice is not a Cath- olic paper. We had thought that this was clear to all our readers. "The recipient of some inquir- ies, however, has led us to ask the Archdiocesan Chancery for au- thoritative confirmation on this point. From the reply of Monsig- nor Edward J. Hickey, Chancellor of the Archdiocese of Detroit, we quote the following: " 'A Catholic paper is, by defi- nition, one that is published under the supervision of proper Church authority. Social Justice is not un- der such supervision and is, there- fore, not a Catholic paper. More- over, for nearly two years back-- since Father Coughlin'S latest withdrawal from responsibility for Social Justice with the issue of May 27, 1940--no priest of this diocese has risked or received per- mission to contribute to Social Justice and no priest of this dio- cese has been authorized' to asso- ciate himself in any capacity with its publication or circulation or, to the knowledge of this office, has actually done so. In a word, the Archdiocese of Detroit has no responsibility, direct or indi- rect, for Social Justice Magazine.' "This clear-cut statement should help to dispose of whatever con- fusion there may be about this matter." Farm Tank Wagons Help Fight Church Blaze Bellechester, Minn. (EL--Farm- ers brought emergency water sup- plies in farm tank wagons when a water shortage handicapped fire fighters from four communities at- tempting to control a blaze that damaged St. Mary's Church here, The fire burned out the interior of the church, with an estimated damage of $25,000. It was d'is- covered by the pastor, the Rev. Frederick L. Tschann, and a par- ishioner. I STUDIO.. I I Portrait, Commercial ,] [ And Kodak . [ | "If It's a Picture, Hewitt's | | Morrilton, Arkansas | Guardian Staff Photo. This is St. Anthony's Hospital, Morrilton, as it appeared last Easter Sunday. The brick and stone reinforced structure occupies a prominent site in the City of Morrilton. It was built in 1937 and re- placed an earlier frame structure which was also operated by the Benedictine Sisters. It is located at the corner of Green and Moose streets on th_e old Morrilton and Lewisburg road._.==_.===__..==_. .... Frdr P]rm fr00r Suggested Rules " "'" --"' J "" J " '" For G--ir'lsAt-- Is Urged in A rlicle Sld(uerFetsueested reg- ",, f'N.flc.J --:.'tol---- ulations for girl Sodalists to oh- L, H X.Ul u. u =otcy serve in entertaining service men London. (EL--An appeal for fair play for the Jews is made by His Eminence Arthur Cardinal Hins- ley, Archbishop of Westminster, in an article contributed to the Jew- ish Chronicle, published here. "As we hope for goodwill and fairplay for ourselves," the Cardi- have been issued by The Queen's "We Catholics with other Chris- tians have had our share of per- secution and of calumny: we are enjoying martyrdom now as we did centuries ago before this vio- lent age of systematic lying--and so we can well understand the Jewish reacuon to similar treat- Work here, national Sodality sec- retariate. The regulations, which were prepared by Miss Dorothy J. Willmann, M. /[. organizational secretary of Women's Parish So- dalities in America, recommend a chaperon for every 10 girls. The rules, in part follow: Reviewing the doctrine of the Mystical Body of Christ, that Christ suffered 1,900 years ago and now again suffers in the suf- ferings of His followers, Monsig- nor Sheen called for application of this doctrine to an understand- ing of the suffering of a world war. "Christ's life in His individual human nature is glorified; Christ's life in His Church and all incor- porated to Him by Baptism is not yet glorified," he said. "He is growing to His full stature in us as He grew to His full stature in the nature He took from Mary. The Crucifixion on Good Friday is not only something that hap- pened 1,900 years ago, it is some- thing that is happening now as the Cross is erected in our midst to- day. view. Finish it and it reads this way. 'Why does God let this happen to Himself?' What a different light this casts on the tragedy of war to realize that in some mysterious way Christ is living, suffering, thirsting, starving and being im- prisoned and dying in us, and this war is His Passion." Historic Malta "From a spiritual point of view there are no national causes; there is only the conflict of those who crucify Christ and those who are crucified with Him." "If then Christ is suffering in us," Monsignor Sheen continued, nal says, "so we must insist on ment by whomsoever it is inflict- "we have the responsibility of leo- justice and compassion for all our ed.,, ."Once the girls" enter the .party ing those who make us suffer, that mey snail no leave 1 until the e hke Him ma r em fellow men." His Eminence adds: demnsTheantz-SemRlsm.Church .abhors and con- party is' over, and then with the ]ThenW ' if our lot i y wareised emthteh lo] "The cruel treatment of the cnaperon, i of tragedy and suffering and sacri- Jews at any time and in any "Girls must not "date" the men[lice, it will be done gladly be- land calls for the strongest con- in service on the same night as[cause He is in us once more, re- detonation, the social. " [deeming a world." "Whoever believes in God, our "The girls should bring few 'ap- : : v loving Father, revolts against the pointments'--such as purses, etc. I New Orleans Catholic rTl$ t 0# #t @rl #f'| tyranny of governments which op- "Absolutely NO LIQUOR. T h e I Paper Circulation Galns lltnffnl re#tubers ol # &mJ press His children of any race. To chaperons and girls are asked to r .... rarle, w' m, aa lm Hi#rlroh. " ' " oo r ..................  ........ the Chmstmn and Cathohe, Jews c pe ate fully to see that thzsi,,h,iion r, c,,1, , , and Gentiles are alike sons of the regulation is followed. aeo' "aeresow"an'increase nearL me a cen senumens o. speak the decorum of the girls those of 1941. The total circulation Eternal Father. In every human "Graciousness and charm be- of 5,208, or 15.47 per cent over justice ana equity proclaim that who attend' the socials, is now 38,871 Each of the four a Jew is a fellow_man and en- "The general attitude of the girls Sees of which "it is the official or- .dues .to ve treatea as sucn: ne should be that which they wish gan--New Orleans, Lafayette, A1- is an mnocenz .Dromer.umess ana other girls to have when meeting exandria and Natchez--showed an : ............ .>":: , until he commltsa creme naz .s their brothers and fiances in other increase this year [ rougnt nome to mm oy clear evl- parts of the country..--In other  ..............  .... [aence. words, help the men to enjoy | | I "All these motives of religion themselves; urge the girls not toll ]l,vr, [ : ::! [and natural humanity have been look on all men as prospective|1 XVlVaaLVlZl;a y 1 [past times and in many lands. But "Do not stick to one man--even [| rla[caerv I [never and nowhere has the say- if he is a good dancer. Circulate ]l , ..... -,__ .J_f____ I l agery of prejudice been so fierce- give others a chance to meet I| worru[on, ,,ransm I I ly let loose as in Nazi Germany and dance with you; give the other lL land in the Nazi-dominated coun- girls a chance to dance with the Itries during these last years of un- good dancer, too."  ..i I! [ ampled brutalitv." . :: : I  __J-L - '_ | I Nun Recalls TeaChing Archbishop Conducts [ erma s I I Chicago ().--A nun at Sai.t .. ...... I Beauty Sh0P I Youth Now War Ace i Lenten Services In [Bride's grammar school here, i l1exlco Uatlaedral | 2nd Floor Bank Bldg. 1 ]thinks of Patrick W. McIntyre as Mexico City (N:).--More than 3,- I Phone 39 Morrilton l [her "star" pupil. She is Sister St. 000 men and women attended the [Edward. Lenten spiritual exercises conduct-  [ Last week Capt. McIntyre was ed by the Most Rev. Luis M. Mar- [awarded the distinguished flying tinez, Archbishop of Mexico, in Jim Poteet Virgil Poteet [cross for his bravery. His latest the Metropolitan Cathedral. [feat was to pilot a flying fortress Last week the Archbishop-Pri- ........ [1,300 miles to sink a Jap cruiser, mate gave a series of sermons es- lCour liusiness Will lie [ Sister St. Edward recalled that pecial]y for working people in Appreciated At [it was the year of Lindbergh's ithe Church of San Pedrito. A [flight across the Atlantic that Pat- great many Spanish refugees at- D.&..& [rick's fancy for aviation was i tended the services. Jt Utt /aroused. His sister, Mother Mary[ I- s  No. 154. Bishop J. F. O'H, ara ]St. Magdalene, is principal of Lor-i. 5ervme 5tahon /etto Academy here. I .| (' l]  MOStc. S. ReV.C., TitularJhn FranciSBishop OofHara,My. 'Inmate Notes 10-6th Birthday. i, i1 v. a.,vaa. , o*   , lasa and Military Delegate of the [ Chicago. (E).--Arpad Sabadas, [ JEWELER  inclalr rrouucts Armed Forces of the United |who lives at St. Benedict's Home ] Diamonds, Rings, Watches, Phone 292 Night and Day States. Born, May 1, 1888, Ann ]for the Aged, has just celebrated lPearls, Silverware, Clocks, Chi- ....... Arbor, Mich. Ordained, Sept. 9, |his 106th birthday. He is a native tna Variety Leather Goods lviorruton, Arxansas 1916, at Indianapolis. Member of |of Hungary, a veteran of the Aus- I Music BoOtes and Gifts for ' Faculty, Notre Dame University, |trian-Prussian war, and is a re-] Any Occasion  1917; vice-president, 1933-34; /tired farmer. He belives farming / MORRILTON ARKANSAS ' president, 1934-39. Member of [offers the most abundant life. I ,,'--d'',, ,,] delegatin frm United States t /I COL CHANEY } - Lima, Peru, 1938. Elected Titu- ="  "  lar Bishop of Mylasa, Dec. 11, 1939, and appointed Military Delegate of the Armed Forces R O Y R. /I I Orange Crush ed, Jan. 15, 1940, at Notre Dame. voto by Universal Press. (N AUCTION SALES cwc). /I Largest Sales in the State l Bottling Co. LACHOWSKY BROTHERS Machine Shop and Foundry MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Morrilton, Arkansas J. C. PENNEY CO, r Morrilton, Ark. III I I Your Neighbors Save at Penney's... So Can You! Morrilton, Arkansas FARMERS' EXCHANGE Chapel Razed By Bombs PHONE 135 MORRILTONo ARKANSAS London. (E).  The Universe, When we ha upon ourselves as we a we should like to thinkl the words and gesture s*l who criticize us-will h L Catholic newspaper here, in a cable received from Malta, has learned that Axis bombing of. the island has resulted in the destruc- tion of St. Paul's Chapel on Malta Bay, which marks the spot where the Apostle Paul landed. The chapel, which was built in 1615, was on the site of another erected in the first century. Bombings also have destroyed Stella Marls Church in Sliema, while the Church of Jesus of Naz- areth at the waterside was hit, it O'Neal00 Since 1894 C i Morrilton, Aj MORRILTON'S NEWEST, LARGEST AND FINEST FOOD MARKET Phone 32 We Deliver i [ PETIT JEAN THEATRE I Your Morrihon TheatrePhone 330 1 Home Owned  Home Operated .d " i W.H. Walker Produce ! Fresh Fruits and VegetablesWholesale    [ 102 South West Street Phone 37 : ! 11 Hylton Webb, Manager Morrilton, Arlh B & B._Esso Service S tatio LW.N00ART CR00.AM00.RV | Morrilton Cotton Oil Co. Morrilton, Arkansas SEE Rialto Theatre Young Lumber "Morrilton's First and Foremost" FOR F. H. A. LOANS MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Phone 421 Morrflton, Ark. Phone 212 A.E. Crowder, Jr., Manager "Our Prices Must Be Cheaper" I II I Illl I Style Mart Suits Nunn Bush Shoes ' GREER'S Everything to Wear Red Fern Coats Queen Made Dresses MORRILTON, ARKANSAS f The First State Bar k MORRILTON, ARKANSAS Conservative Constructive MORRILTON LUMBER COMPANY BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS F. H. A. LOANS Phone 398 Morrilton, Ark.