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ii i i iii n 00ce., Hope, Conciliation B West And East Raise hyslc[ans [lyslctans .[ abratryL m talDeliDcr S O{ Dawn Of Peace PHONEr .... 918 e Rock Best V/ |01 E. YeWs Service) [the fore in the affairs of divided tian world prepar- [ mankind. the feast of Easter, ] Even in Korea the outlook has Ughts of concilia- [ suddenly become brighter. Gen. eratiGnand of an 1 Matthew B. Ridgway, United Bt Peace--came to Nations commander, was quoted a'-Pal Blessing On Jubilee headquarters in Washington, Archbishop Cicognani (left), Apostolic Delegate to the Presents to Monsignor Howard J. Carroll, Gen- of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, blessing from His Holiness Pope Plus XII or/ i, f the Monsignor Carroll's silver jubilee of his hotos) |toni. Not ed the Gospel in the extensive Kingdom of Makaranga in what B . is now Southern Rhodesia, The .rlrio" Paramount Chief Monomotapa was then baptized and given the T C Christi:'n name of Sebastian. 0 ongo Dr. Munday a'so called atten- y-flrst tle as saying that he thought progress was being made and tt, at a com- promise solution of disputed is- sues might be likely. Gem Dwight D. Eisenhower came first in the chorus of voices that raised hopes of peace. In his first annual report to the North At'antic Treaty Organization he said that "the situation of the free world is brighter than it was a year ago." Speaking of the western world, he said "we are one in our desire to live in peace with all peoples and all govern- ments." Joseph Stalin wrote, on the same day, to a group of American newspapermen that in his view (1) a third world war is not any closer than it was two or three years ago, (2) that a nzeeting of the heads of the great powers would "possib'y" be useful, (3) (3) that the time is opportune for the unification of Germany, and (4) that, under certain con- ditions, "peaceful co-existence of capitalism and communism is fully possible." Diplomatic circles interpret Stalin's statement as being part of a Soviet effort to ease interna- tional tensions. The West is now waiting for concrete steps on Russia's part to give substance to the peaceful declarations. An indication in this respect may be furnished by Moscow's expected answer to the western note on the German is- sue. According to Germany's Chance'lor, Konrad Adenauer, this note did in no way slam the door on Russia's proposals for Gerwan unFication and is inter- preted by Moscow in the same way. President Truman, marking the third anniversary of the signing of the North Atlantic Treaty, de- clared its purpose was to prevent, not to fight another world war. Another voice of hope and THE GUARDIAN, APRIL I!, 1952 ii r i i u ..... GREAT SAINT -" WHERE WAS BORN FOUR CENTURIES AGO Commemorating the fomh century of the death of St. Francis Xavier, noted Jesuit missionary, pilgrims will flock during" 1952 to Xavier Castle (above), Navarre, Spain, where he was born, April 7, 1506, and where he spent his entire youth. The family castle (left) has been completely restored at the expense of Duchess Villahermosa, relative of the Xaviers, Loyolas, Borgias, Gonzagas and the Pigna- tellis. St. Francis walked these steps (right photo) and passed through this entrance which is guarded by an iron door. Above the door is the Xavier shield, and to the left is a lookout for sentinels. (NC Photos) Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday Masses 6. 7, 9, 10 and ll o'clock AP Low Masses. Week day Masses 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. St. Edward's Sunday Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 9:00, ll:00. High Mass at 9:00 with Senior Choir singing hymns. Benediction at 3 p.m. Week day Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 Confessions heard Saturday, 4:00 to 6:00, and 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., St. Mary's North Little Rock Sunday Mases, 6, 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Week Day Masses, 7 and 8 o'clock. Confession every Saturday and; before Holy Days from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8 p.m. St. Bartholomew's Sunday Masses at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Masses during the week will begin at 6:30 each morning. Adventists Plan To Back Tax Exemption Glendale. Calif. ()--California Seventh Dy Adventist Church leaders have mapped plans for sustaining at the polls the ex- emption ..f non-profit private schools from taxation. The tax exemption measure pa,sed the State Legislature with only three dissenting votes, but foes of the ne':sure obtained enough pefitinn to require a refer- endum. This referendum will take place next November, or Motion Picture Condemned By Decency Leion New Y,rk. ()--The wion picture "The Thrill That Kills, (Cocaine)," dit"ibuted by Dis- tinuished Films, Inc., has been evaluated in Class C-- who'ly condemned -- by the National Legion of Decency, it has been announced here. In posting its objection, the Legion stvted: "This .fihn in the story it tells o,ndones and glorifies illicit actions. More- over, it contains material mor- PAGE ELEVEN Special Easter Broadcast On Station KXLR "The Triumphant Hour", the amily Rosary Crusade's spec- ial Easter program will be broadcast Easter Sunday night from 7:30 to 8:.0 p.m., over radio station KXLR. Mutual's voice for Greater Little Rock.: Such stars as Loretta Young, Lizabeth Scott, Jeanne Cag-: ney, Irene Donne, Pat O'Brien, : Bobby Driscoll and many oth- ers wi'l take part, while songs will be sung by Anna Marla Alberghetti, Robert Weede, i E'leen Farrel, Christopher ', Lyr-h and Astrid Varney. "The Triumphant Hour" tells the story of the Five Glorious Mvsteries. The drama is un- folded from the viewpoint of Mary Magdalen. This mom- entous hour of music, drama', and prayer will be heard over', the Mutual Network on Easter Sunday, April 13th. The Mutual Network Or- chestra is conducted by Harry Zimmewan, and the program will be directed by Joseph F. Mansfield. "The Triumphant Hour" was written by Robert O'Sullivan. There is no use in brooding over the past; and the future is not ours. So we have only the pres- ent moment, strength will be given us for the next moment. Delleious Refreshing Healthful Valley Water Adds important minerals to your family's diet. Colcium lhodesia, (If_,) Livingston, ws the first pel in cen- n dispelled by mary here [casts here today, Anglican and anthro- results of his of Chris- : of old Portu- Munday, said, the Congo to Christianity learned of the Sonyo and Mani Congo and in that early minister stated. Chief's son, was baptized in the Congo Thousands of baptized at related that his ealed that the da Sil- 1560; preach- Peasure You 11 t Week COMPLETE OF & FILM On Film Drug h. 20-9285 rth Little Rock tion to the missionary work of the Dominicans in the 17th cen- tury. Dr. Livingston carried on his discoveries in the middle of the 19th century. Tito Says He's True Communist Is Only Natural Vatican City. (IC) (Radio) Marshal Tito's declaration to a group of students that he is still a good communist comes as no surprise, Osservatore Romano, Vatican daily, stated here. As reported here from Belgrade, Tito had told the students he had received help from the West without making "concessions" and without renouncing his adherence to the principles of Marx and Lenin. Tito reportedly also stated that Archbishop Aloysius Stepinac of Zagreb was released from prison, not because of outside pressure, but because the "government was desirous of removing from the Vatican and. certain American Catholic circles e'ements of anti-] Yugoslav propaganda." Osservatore commented: [ "The explanation of Marshall Tito is superfluous because cath-I olios have never believed that he, though in conflict with commun- ist Moscow, had renounced the principles of dialectic materialism and the practices which derive from it. "The words which he now pro- nounces publicly . . confirm what we have always said. Paper's Story On Denial Of Bus Aid Leads To Reversal Taoama, Wash. (E)--Within a week after The Catholic North- west Progress reported in a front- page sto-y that spastic children were being denied public bus GROCERY CO. 1. Markham St. Phone 5-7211 Little Rock, Akansas Pest Control Service Serving You From ltx 342 411 Broadway Staith Little Rock P. O. Box 1111 Hot Springs 4-6910 5364 peace was that of Queen Juliana of the Netherlands, now in the United States on an official vsit. Addressing both Houses of Congress, she spoke of that "very general and deep-rooted sense for the connection, brother- hood and co-existence of all man- kind." Directly addressing Congress, now engaged in de'iberating the eight billion dollar foreign aid program, the Queen declared: "Mankind in its distress has to Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help, followed by Social Hour in church basement. Wednesday mght inquiry class. Good Counsel The New Easter Vigil Service with the Blessing of the Easter Fire etc., will start at 10:45 p.m. on Saturday. Solemn High Mass wilt follow at mid-night. All who wish to receive Holy Communion during the mid-night Mass should trust largely to your good jude- o'clock on. ment for its deliverance. It is all Easter Sunday Masses to the best that we can. Leave usual time 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 the rest to God. He will not for- and 11:00 o'clock. Benediction af- sake this poor wor'd... " l er the 9:00 o'clock Mass. Even in the bitter dispute over Th:re will be no evening ser- Trieste, voices of conciliation vice on Sunday. superseded nationalist clamor.' Week-day Masses at 7:00 and Italy's Prime Minister De Gaseri 8:00 o'clock. answered Marshal Tito's bristling Sorrowfut Mother Novena on Fri- speech in calm terms, saying: day at 7:30 o'clock. "Italy wants a dignified friend-] Confessions this Saturday from ship and a just peace . . . Mar-4:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. shal, let us try, both of us, to' reach a recohciliation. As far as we are concerned we do not h" " ask you for anyt mg that mzght humiliate you . . . for anything, that right affect the desired co-[ operation between our two peo-I p'es, predestined, as they are, tel live within a narrow space one next to the other." Another step toward pacifying a dynamite-laden situation was taken by Britain when it offered limited self-rule to the disputed Su.dan, while London is also mak- ing carefu! preparations for the negotiations with Egypt. money to attend a specialized school here, the State education deprtment reversed itself and fund that there are adequate funds and law authorization to provide the bus rides. The weekly, official Seattle archdioces?n newspaper, also had printed on its front page pictures of parochial school pupils -- de- nied ublic bus rides themse'vcs contributing dimes and nicke's to help buy gasoline for the pri- vately-owned buses then taking the spastic children] to school. If we try to make use of all the opportunities for practising virtue, as for instance, an occasion for practising patience, if we are patient, then God comes and ef- fects a change in our soul al- though we may not be conscious of it. fast from 10:00 at the , 10:00 ion af- tg ser- )0 and m Fri- y from )0 p.m. The Holy Name meeting has been postponed until April 21st. The P.T.A. meeting has been postponed until Wednesday, April 16th. Good Counsel Day will be cele- brated on Wednesday, April 23rd. Holy Souls Sunday Masses, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11:00 o'clock. Holy Days, 6, 7 8 and 9 o'clock Confession Saturday afternoon, from 4 to 5 and 7:30 to 8:30 in the evening. Same on Vigil of Holy Days and Eve of First Friday. Devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima on Fri- day evening at 7:30. St. Anne's Sunday Mass 8:30 a.m. Special Easter MelNls Miller's Coffee I Shop 212 Main St. Little Rock Arkansas ally unsuitable for entertain- for strong bones, Fluorine for earlier if Gov. Earl Warren or- ment motion picture theaters." Healthy teeth. Low-lt con- St. Patrick's ders a special election. Mean- .,,,,,,,,========-,.,,*- tent, non-laxative. North Little Rock while the effect of the exemption Sunday Masses at 6:00, 7:00, mr asure is suspended, and Calif- , FREE OFFER :Lu and I1:00 a.m. ornia remains the only State to H H ..... ecanter Recitation of the Rosary eaci I impose a tax on religion-spon- t Joyous Easter! || A 3-pece spar.gung a - afternoon at 5:30 p.m. I sored non-profit schools. [| " ' [4 set with your lrst. no me he- Confessions Saturday and be-I Roy L Benton secretary of the || ...... H livery order. o$nmg m pay. fore First Fmdays from 4:00 to I Pacific Divisinn nf th Seventh [t TI-J A I N]|'('|_ [ Offer good only aurtug nri. ....  . 7"- . .K.K A.A'--,L vV L 5.30 p.m., and from 7.30 to 8.30 Day Adventist Rehgious Lberty It " " " """" H .... t p.m. Ass,ciation, stressed that Ad- t] [| uatt or wn e Instruction class on Monday ventists "are not asking for State || 'lrl " "  ...... "- oek and Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. aid to operate church schoo's." [t l  lOrlSl: H " '"=: ..... ,,  716 State rnone  ooo _  We only ask to be relieved o, [ | " St. Augustine's . the unjust burden heretofore [t ...... H .... d. n4nn , orth Little oe carried " he declared | 3700 Kavanaugh   ...... ,, .... ..... , ? Sunday Mass at 7:00 and 9:00 Mr Bnton, who participated in I] ........... '" H 150 Central Phone 5 a.m. : a meeting of Adventist leaders |] |1 .... uff - ..  here, said parents who exercise I] Litqe Rock Arkansas  in rne  ..... lmmacutae tonceptlon the  1909 S Laurel a-none xu-, ....... "x. r'ght to choose a religion- [ ...... ____H ytvan Hms sponsored school for their chil-  .......... "r'- ........... J . Sunday Mass at 9:00 a.m. dren should not be penalized with ---- double taxes I r  -- St. Teresa's z :  [ | I Base Line Road BREAD is the emblem of St.| I Sunday Mass at 9"00 a m Genevieve i at ,-. . r, .... .__. |ll  all The Guardhn readers Easter Greetings! ||/I! . .... -,..,., ..... Nevil C. 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