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,0000sse!:00rt States Italy's Scoi )'ch Property Has lespread Damage :out Execut t Scout L City. 00--(Radio)--A survey has disclosed widespread and damage to Ch'urch properties in 33 provinces of lib- ;vbae:d nredih:::of property were destroyed. ield, Ii1., 1 at Quincy, He is a gra dional Train Executives l of America, i Lrs experienCl He is a r of Columbl ork of the de Paul. Jhn Fiends' Ltulations Phil H. Storch, 1/ lentown, Pa., UL, Hll. Corps Combat ...... I{] _ .JlrresPondent in kl;.,  the Weste Pa- LiJaa I Welayed).__A steady ..... &far.ines filed in and out 'ur|LyP.ia's hut at this ad- York (E)--' the Fourth Marine between Oa2 uther Jim had been :ticularly-inJaa full lieutenancy, -scientific _rmanekSw. h se;ves enL is ess gf any future is Lieut. James E. *resents the I a Navy chaplain. this whole I e of these Marines Fielding some at the Santa n writer on Corps Air Sta- the current him and love !airs. hances that of the night come Dame, is a [th a new )ells. Before g power e service as a chap- the he was an in- were at St. Ed- apartments, : Austin, Tex. article, is probably eign individual here. nd, he poir daily Mass for all that with states are he takes care of f a sudden  which is vol- :or weapon'  regular calls ed." Marines, sold- degree of of all beliefs and an's instru one day a week on have Village, doing mis- t. Eliot among the newest that the Sam. He makes ssion of sucli to othr Pacific Is- cted by to ships, offering his agreement. le force peoples of ty in union. at eateth my blood, John 6:55. Ce, and eat Yhis is my These included 142 churches and 135 Bishops' residence, rectories, seminaries, monasteries, convents and similar buildings. It also was disclosed that 2,559 pieces of property have been dam- aged including 1,605 Churches. On the basis of last year's rices, which meanwhile have in- creased steadily, it has been esti- mated conservatively that the de- struction and damage wrought will approximate 2,500,000,000 lire. An investigation by the Pontifi- cal Commission on Sacred Arch- eology has disclosed that no ser- ious damage has befallen the Catacombs in Rome, it is an- nounced here. Hundreds of homeless refugees found sanctuary in the Catacombs during hostilities, without harming or removing the many precious works of art, the Commission ;tates. It is noted that one entrance of a minor catacomb has been ob- literated in an effort to secret Italian patriots from German SS troops, but an offer has been made to repair the damage. services as a priest wherever needed. One of his greatest prides is "Doughboy Chapel," a rough hewn building patterned after the one on Guadalcanal. It was started by soldiers, completed by Seabees, and has been furnished largely by the Marines. At this chapel Fa- ther Jim conducts Mass each Sunday, morning and evening, and choir rehearsals once a week. Of all the dispositions and habits that lead to imlitical pros- perity, religion and morality are indispensable supports. George Washington. Compliments MONUMENT CO. Searcy, Arkansas ITOR00I00e Thompson Hatchery a00ent LER Arks# AFES ( 19th Year) Fine Quality State ad U.S. Approved BABY CHICKS arcy Arkansas Compliments of FEDERATED STORE Plete Line of Dry Goods, Clothing, Shoes" Searcy, Arkansas KANS.i tractor Phone 11 ON County Motor Company Ford V-8 Athorized Dealer GENUINE FORD PARTS SALES and SERVICE Phone 22 y Arkanm THE GUARDIA N. APRIL 13. 1945 Morris Schooi, Searcy, Arkansas .:: ., . Morris School, Searcy, Arkansas, is under the di rection of the Franciscan Brothers, with Brother John Meier, O.F.M., in charge. Accepting boys to the tenth grade, the school in its twenty-fourth year has a record enrollment. Two of the up-to-date buildings of the group are shown above. St. Therese of Lisieux Named Patron of Pueblo Diocese, Bishop States Pueblo. (}--St. Therese of the Child Jesus has been designated principal patron of the Diocese of Pueblo, the Most Rev. Joseph C. Willging, Bishop of Pueblo, an- nounced at a Pontifical Mass in Sacred Heart Cathedral here. The decree was read in Latin and Eng- lish by the Very Rev. Msgr. Aloy- sius J. Miller, Vicar General of the diocese. During this month special no- venas will be held in every par- ish and institution throughout the diocese to honor St. Therese as patron. The Diocese of Pueblo thus becomes the only diocese in the United States whose patroness is St. Therese of the Child of Jesus, who was recently desig- nated, together with St. Joan of Arc, as co-patron of France, and who was named, with St. Francis Xavier, co-patron of all mission activities by the late Pope Plus XI. Following the promulgation of the decree, Bishop Willging, in his sermon, explained that choice of a principal patron of a place, whether a country, a diocese or a city, must be confirmed by the Holy Father himself in a speqial indult. The liturgy of the Church makes a strict distinction between the patron of a place and the titular of a church, he said. The titular may be a Divine Person, a mystery, a sacred object or a saint in whose name the church is solemnly blessed and after whom it is called. The selection of the titular is not subject to the ap- probation of the Holy See, nor is it subject to the same formalities as the choice of a patron, ,Krli ...... Columbus State(ouncil By J, P. Reynolds So you are the one who has been reading this column? Thanks, Fort Smith, for your commendations. Now that we are convinced that a Knight reads it, we are somewhat encouraged to believe that per- haps some one who isn't a Knight might. It's a farfetched hypothesis, but just suppose that you who are now reading these words are a practical Catholic and otherwise eligible for membership, but for some reason or other have never given much thought to joining the Knights of Columbus. May I ask, did it ever occur to you that there may be many good reasons why you should be a Knight? Don't start with a negative determination, based perhaps on a superficial analysis of some in- dividual Knight, or some isolated incident, and condemn the whole order. This process of reasoning would have caused you to reject the twelve apostles, and that in itself stamps it as wrong. Take the Order as a whole, or even your own home town coun- cil, and I am sure you will find its personnel somewhat above the average, and on an "average, no i better and perhaps no worse than yourself. If you can arrive at t'hat conclusion, you are beginning to understand the first principle of the Knights of Columbus, namely "Charity". Charity is not puffed-up, it promotes a consid- eration of your brother's short- comings, and a realization of your own faults, and creates a common basis upon which men may agree, an all important factor for "Unity" the second principle of our Order. Having progressed that far in your deliberations, you have created in yourself a mental at- titude favorable to further con- siderations of membership in the Robbins Sanford Mercantile Company Furniture, Hardware, Lumber, Farm Tools t Boys' Clothes and Shoes Searc; Arkansas Knights of Columbus. Start from that point and investigate the achievements, the purpose and the possibilities of a body of practical Catholic men organized along fraternal lines, with unity of purpose and of action, and then ask yourself "Do I want to be a part of this movement, or will I stand on the side line. and let the others do the work?" THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS @ NEWS @ Council 812 Regular meeting of the Council Tuesday night, April 17th, at 8:15. Lecturer, Robert S. Peters, Past Grand Knight and Past District Deputy, has designated this meet- ing as being held in honor of the Clergy of Greater Little Rock and affiliated towns with this Coun- cil. This will be a memorable event in Council affairs, and all Knights that can possibly attend, should be present on this occasion. Lt. and Mrs. Oscar F. Deubler, 1211 Barber Ave., are the proud parents of a beautiful baby daugh, ter. Congratulations. Recent visitors at the Club were Brother Knights, R. Bohny, Coun- cil 779, Dallas, Texas; Samuel J. Giovians, Council 1157, Chicago, Ill.; and Henry O. Schneider, Grand Knight, Council 583, Quincy, Ill. Brother Joe McNeil writes from Marseille, France, that he had Women 2'300 Bales Of Donate $80 Clothing Given Refugees, In Cairo To War Fund Washington. 0D--Twenty-three hundred bales of clothing collect- Stuttgart.--Holy Rosary Altar ed by church groups throughout Society was able to donate the the United States have arrived sum of $80.00 to the Red Cross safely in Cairo, Egypt, according War Fund, and send a similar to word received at the United amount to.His Excellency, the Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Most Reverend Bishop, through a Administration headquarters here unique raffle, from Herbert H. Lehman, UNRRA Mrs. Bernadette Woerner, presi- director general. dent, reports that the society filled Mr. Lehman. said the shipment a galvanized tub with "hard to had arrived at a most favorable get" articles. The response to time, since many of the refugees this raffle was overwhelming, to whom the clothing will be dis- Under the direction of Mrs. Paul tributed will shortly leave for Wallworth, Red Cross Chairman, their, homelands. They will re- the committee accomplished a ceive enough hard-wearing gar- wonderful piece of work. ment to last at least one year, Mrs. Floyd Murrell, Stuttgart, which will prevent them from be- received the award, ing a drain on the supplies avail- able to their destitUte country- the evening was Father Donovan, men,,Mr. Lehman declared. Principal of Catholic High. What Dector Lehman' stated that started out as a short talk ended the initial distribution was in the up as one of the best quiz pro- UNRRA camp at Tolumbat, near grams that Council 812 has en- Alexandria, Egypt, where there joyed in some years. For over an hour Father Donovan explained are 1,200 Yugoslav children, 800 women and 160 men, convalescing in detail different religious mat- from illness and wounds. ters and great topics regarding the Catholic church and its teachings, mittee met before the regular The subject of his talk for the meeting at the Albert Pike Hotel evening was Catholic action and where 'the members were urged to practically all through the ques- dispose of their tickets quickly tions this subject was referred to and get the matter settled in as time and time again by the mere- short a time as possible this bers. Father Donovan urged that month. something be done in the way of Brother Harry Elliott made a getting into the papers of small short talk to the members. towns the teachings of the Cath-' The singing was under the dt- olic church with the purpose of rection of Father Donovan. enlightening these people on what  = : the church really is, rather than Bad Penny an idea of forcing them into the In Siamese banks, where coun- church as converts. His discourse terfeit money is somewhat more was well received and the mem- common than in our own land, bers enjoyed his eloquent deliv- monkeys were formerly trained to cry. sit beside the cashier and give The Grand Knight urged the each coin a good stiff bite as it members to be sure and come came across the counter. If the out for Clergy Night. A.uril 17. monkey's teeth left a mark, the The "One Thousand Club" com- coin was considered suspect. I ALLEN'S BAKERY Searcy, Arkansas (//C C/?[,4 M Searcy Arkansas made all arrangements to.spend a t, .... . _: r .... . , . ,.i , France. Fi'om this information it looks like France is now wide ATLAS TIRES AND TUBES II Brother Ray Okonski, the Po-ll lish boy, who was received in our I| Lady of Good Counsel Class, Oct. i| GAS - OIL - BATTERIES | 29, 1944, has forwarded to the I| I Council an Air Mail letter from ,]I Verified Esso Lubrication -- Road Service I "on the road to Berlin." In his letter he described how the Sold- / iers attend Mass, while bombs are bursting outside. He states that Masses are being held in barns, open fields and deserted churches, and one of the things that is unusual is that the Soldiers worship with confidence, but still are fully equipped with all the F A R M A L L T R A C T O R S necessary arms that they are re- quired to possess. His present ad- INTERNATIONAL BUSES dress is PFC Raymond N. Okon- ski, ASN 366 486 789, Co. I., 309th Phone 72 Inf., APe. 78, c-o Postmaster, New Searcy flwmm York, N.Y. On Tuesday night the regular meeting of Council 812 was held. Some eighty members were pres- ent. The principal speaker for ROBERTSON DRUG STORE RIDDLE TIN SHOP Jewelry-Gifts-Antiques Sheet Metal Work of All Kind Searcy Arkansas Searcy, Arkansas PASTIME BILLIARD PARLOR earcy Arkansas Compliments of Smith & Vaughan Merc. Co. Searcy, Arkansas VAN PATTEN MOTOR Dealer in Used Cars Searcy Arkansas SECURITY BANK Searcy, Arkansas Capital Surplus and Undivided Profits $175,000.00 Try Security First Expressing Our Friendship MORRIS SCHOOL Wood-Freeman Lumber Co. Searcy, Arkansas