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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1943 PAGE THREE SONAL and SOCIALIAL00o TM . STORIES Telephene or Send Social Items to The Guardian r SUBMITTED Office, 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by I MUST BE Noon Tuesday. I SIGNED sent to The Guardian for must bear the name person submitting the story. names are not published, but information before appear in the paper. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * WANTED Couple to live on * l)laoe and take care of kitchen * ad light farm work. Place * 61/z lies out on paved high- * Y With bus line service. * dern facilities, no children, * Pay. Call Geo. Porbeck * 226 or LD 182 * It $, , * * * * * * * * * * * * 'Buy A Greater Little Rock Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Easter Sunday Easter Sunday Masses al St. Andrew's Cathedral will be L 6, 7, 9 and a Solemn Pontifical .hi:ms at 10:30. Masses at ttoly Souls C':apcl Easter will be at 7:30 and 5:30 James Doig, J. W. Land, Bobby o'clock. Forest, and Chantey. Confessions Saturday at lh Ca- The camp site was abandoned thedral will be heard from :; Io 6 about 2:30 the next afternoon, and again from 7:30 to 8:30. Con- fessions at Holy Soul's Chap,,,1 will be heard from 2 until 3. St. Andrew's School and Holy Souls' School will resume their re- gular schedule Tuesday morning, April 27th. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7 and 8 o'clock. Sunday evening beginning at 7:45 p.m., will be the Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Mira- culous Medal followed by Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. Altar Society Volunteers For Red Cross Work McGehee.At the weekly meet- ing of St. Winand's Altar So- ciety, at the home of Mrs. Lou Beseau, it was unanimously decid- ed that the members volunteer their services to the Red Cross Bandage Room. They will serve on Friday even- Novena in honor of St. Theresa, Proam  ing of each week. The Little Flower, on Wednesday A linen shower was given to morning following the 7 and 8 ssful the pastor, Rev. Charles Stanow- o'clock Masses. ski, to assist him in completing The regular "Inquiry Class" --Pupils of St. Joseph's a supply for Father Swift, who is will be held at the Cathedral Rec- entered a 'Buy a Jeep' in residence at St. Winand's Rec- tory, 802 Center St., TUesday l, which began April 5, tory. evening at 7:45, or any other night ed April 16. : during the week (except Wednes- g that period, the$45:.00 worth of Childrenwar Pontifical pointment.day or Saturday nights)by ap- and sold $28,750.00 in war Thursday night the Catholic Convert League will meet at 8 00 ::: Mission Aid T0 at the Parish Hall. The Rev. B. F. McDevitt, director, will continue his talk on the Sacra- (0ntinue W0rk ment f Penance" The regular weekly Bingo will !be resumed at the Cathedral Par- 4 No. 4 had. its. weekly Thursday, April 8, 1943, Edward's Church. The was held Thursday night instead of Friday night the Troop was going on hike Friday. was to decide when the hike was to After much discus- troop decided to go to evening the scouts were the camp site, and plans for a commando hike. the two leaders, and John Page selected and the game was team led by James Doig game. Members were Hugh Turrentine, Fentress Mortuary Istabllehment in Weeteru designed, built ud dedl- exclusively for Funeral *ruNty- PHONE 6178 P,STER GREETINGS CAPITAL HAT CO. 108 West Cpltol Pho. 2-1351 Little Rock, Arkansas Vatican City. (E)The Pontifical missionary associations, notwith- standing the very grave difficul- ties resulting from present condi- tions throughout the world, have continued--and are continuing-- their activities in behalf of the missions with remarkable profi- ciency. The occupied countries of France and Belgium contributed more in 1941 than in 1940 to the Pontifical Society of St. Peter the Apostle for Native Clergy. The General Secretary of this associa- ish Hall, 9th & Louisiana Sts., Wednesday night beginning sharp- 1.y at 8:15 p.m. Saint Edward's Easter Sunday Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Sermon: "THE RESURRECTION". Tile entire congregation is in- vited to receive Holy Communion today. The Novena of the Sacred Heart of jesus will take place at 3:00 p.m. Weekday services: Daily Masses at 6:30 and 8:30 .m. Novena of Our Lady of Perpe- tual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30. Social The Congregation and Friends will be entertained Tuesday night at 8:15 at Bingo. All are wel- come. Good Counsel Novena for Peace and Victory will be held Sunday afternoon at five with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. tion says that although it is im- possible to carry out the program envisioned, the Society neverthe- less is leaving nothing undone "to hold the positions won and keep alive our beloved native seminar- ies." Members of the General Council of the society resident in Rome hold regular meetings and report that, with the exception of cer- tain nations which are in parti- cularly delicate situations, the work goes on. With the exception of a few mission seminaries actually in the war zone, the customary aid: was rendered by the society as in pre- ceding years; in Africa, 1,564,076 lire; India, 703,146 lire; China, 1,449,657 life; Europe, 54,000 lire; America, 19,750 lire; Japan, 307,- 783 lire; Manchukuo, 161,067 lire; Indo-China, 682,184 lire, Thailand, 24,464 lire; Oceania, 1,980 lire, and Asia Minor, 92,290 lire. 'Return To Normalcy' Seen As Impossible In Post-War Readjustment But not all contributions to the society are material; spiritual aid ugees have fled from their native is of equal importance. The in- countries to escape persecution and, tentions of the Apostoleship of within countries, rich and poor Prayer in 1942 were all for the have been brought to a common development of native clergy and level of poverty and privation. hierarchy. In Italy the Student The wounds that have been in- Missionary League issues an il- flicted upon many nations are too deep to be healed by the old lustrated monthly bulletin which, remedies. As President Roosevelt bound in one volume, will soon be available for the year 1942 and will constitute an interesting book on the cause of the missions. In Holland for three years there has been a "Prayer Actmn which! suggests a monthly intention to members. Last year more than one half-million persons received his illustrated pamphlet. With what affectionate devotion resus wishes us to honor His Mother, by having recourse to her protection, since He has placed in her the plentitude of all gifts, in such ways that no grace comes to us from the Heart of Jesus with- out passing through Mary.--St. Bernard. WASIHNGTON LETTER By Elmer Murphy Washington.As the discussion of post-war problems goes on and the task ahead is more clearly outlined in the various formal and informal conferences on the part of representatives of the allied powers, it is becoming increasing- ly evident that a a"return to nor- malcy" is a dead shibboleth. Peace will not mean a return to the conditions which prevailed be- fore the war. Civilization will not be fitted to the old pattern Countries which have been shat- tered by the impact of war will ndt go back to where they left off. As in the case of a city'de- vastated by fire, the world will not be rebuilt along traditional lines. There is no "normalcy" to go back to. The destruction has been too complete. Whole peoples have been uprooted. Countless mil- lions have been set adrift. Ref- War Victims In Five Lands . :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...:::.:.:,:::::::.:: =================================================== .::'.: j::?: :ild .:.:::., .:: EASTER GREETINGS Your Millinery Store RHEALLE MILLINERY 414 Main Phone 2-200S Litde Rock LUUUGGAGE--.TRUNKS---OVERNIGHT BAGS ClothingTrousers.--Hats'In new Fall Patterns uaiCl Instruments in unredeemed as weU as new goods Watches--.Diamonds and Jewelry at barfln prls...- R. BAUM & COMPANY said, in a letter to Senator Lucas, "a very serious situation exists in many parts of this world because of the policy so viciously prose- cuted by the Nazi Government to ersecute religious, national and )olitical groups who have incur- ed their wrath." Former Governor Lehman has been discussing with British lead- ers the problem of relief, one of the first that will be encountered when the fighting ends. No responsible official in Wash- ington clings to the idea that this grave situation can be met by re- sorting to pre-war methods and getting the world back into its ac- customed groove. A new pat- tern must be drawn to fit the new conditions. New ideals, moral as well as economic, must be evolved and applied at the peace table. New social relationships must be established. Some of the ques- tions now being asked are: What is the responsibility of the victor- ious countries toward the Poles and the Greeks and' the Jews? What rights of the small and backward nations are to be recog- nized? What place is organized labor to occupy in the reconstruc- ed world? How are the stricken peoples to be fed until they are REV. JAMES STUART, of the Society of St. Columban's mis- sionaries, in Bhamo, who has been cited by the British Government for heroic work in caring for ref- ug'ees during the perilous days of last year's warfare in Burma Novena to St. Anthony follows ....... ............................. the Masses on Tuesday morning. Novena to the Little Flower and to the Blessed Sacrament is held every Friday night at 7:30 with Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The Good Counsel Senior Play- ers will meet Tuesday night at 8 in the school hall. The annual Easter card and' Bingo party will be held Mon- day afternoon and evening in the school hall. All are invited. Solemn High Mass will be cele- brated Easter Sunday morning at 7 o'clock with Msgr. Wernke, cele- brant Fr. Maloy, Deacon and Fr.  Prendergast, Subdeacon. The Senior Players will receive REV. THOMAS J. ROCKS, S.J., Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock of New Castle, Pa., who, while Mass Easter Sunday. escaping from the Japanese in Mindanao, P. I., was killed by outlaws in the forests. lVe glrantee to save you money on any &rtlole purchased 11 Main St. l'hone 8504 NORTH LI ROCK, ARK. able to sustain themselves? What channels of trade must be opened to enable all countries to raise their standard of living? How s education to be revived and purg- ed of the noxious growth of Nazi l and Fascist teaching? As Secretary Hull said', in his address to the Pan-American Union: "In this great drama, amid the clash of arms, it is more important than ever for us all to: keep before mankind the prin- ciples to which we have dedicated ourselves. 'Kne success of the in- ter-American family of nations ests on observance of the prin- ciples of the sovereignty, equality, law, order, justice, morality, non- intervention, friendliness and co- operation. Only by this highway of freedom has the life of a free community been assured to the Americas. Only by cooperating in efforts along like lines can we hope effectively to contribute to the attainment of world peace and world security." How the philosophy expressed iby Secretary Hull in broad' outline can be applied to conditions that will prevail at the close of the war and how the necessary coopera- tion can be brought about cannot be determined now according to the views of Washington officials. As yet the surface of the stupen- dous task 'ahead has been only scratched. But the general con- clusion alSpears to be that it can- not be done merely by surrender- ing old ideas and following old precedents. In this respect the : world that will finally emerge out of the holocaust of war will, in fact, be a new world in which new or untried social, moral and economic ideas will have a recog- nized place. (N.C.W.C. News Service). Article Condemns Planned Parenthood Washington. (E)  An article titled "By 'Planned Parenthood' The People May Perish," written by Nathaniel W. Hicks, which de- nounces the birth control move- ment as a menace to the nation, has been printed in the Congres- sional Record. Senator David I. Walsh, of Massachusetts, had it inserted in the Record after re- ceiving unanimous consent of the Senate to do so. Originally published in America, Annual Easter Monday Card Party Sponsored by the April Committee of the Good Counsel Altar Society GOOD COUNSEL HALL 9th and Bishop Streets Afternoon . Evening MONDAY, APRIL 26 Admission 30c  tax paid  Door prizes REV. MARTIN J. BANE, of Mlll- ville, Mass., priest of the Society of African Missions, spent 10 days in a lifeboat, after the tor- pedoing of a ship on which he was returning from 12 years service in the missions of Nigeria,. Britlshl West Afrtcaf national Catholic weekly, the arti- cle relates that if the United States should have to fight anoth- er war in 1980, the nation's avail-I able manpower, so acute in the present war, will be 399,000 less than it is today, unless the present population trend is reversed by a rising birth rate or by immigra- tion. Mr. Hicks based his calculations made by the National Resources Planning Board, which estimates have been confirmed, by the pres- ent registration for military ser- vice, and by the Scripps Founda- tion for Population Problems. According to these estimates, Mr. Hicks wrote: Mr. Hicks warned that the "de- cline and fall of every great nation in history was heralded by a fall- ing birth rate, such as we already have in the United States, and by decrease of population we shall most certainly have. unless we start to do something about the decline in child-bearing." As to population density, Mr. Hicks, a collateral descendant of Whitehead Hicks, first Mayor of New York, and of Gen. Wood- htfll, of the Long Island Army of the Revolution, pointed out that in this country there are only 44.2 persons for each square mile while in Germany (Austria and Sudetenland included) there are 352.3 persons and in England, 742.2 persons. C thol'c Act" A g a I ion mon Youth In Mission Lands Pope's M y rte tio a n n n New York. (E)-- "Catholic Ac- boys is enfolded. There the whole tion on the Part of Youth in Mis- youth is taughtthe, lad, mis- sion Countries' is the mission in- chievous and fun loving; the fu- tention of the Holy Father for the ture man of India who must lead month of May, it was announced on the way to health, good gov- here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas ernment and eternal salvation. J. McDonnell,. National Director. "Only recently the Soceyi t for of the Socmty for the Propagatmn the Propagation of the Faith re- of,,the r mth. craved" information concerning Ca- In order to make this action tholic Action in China. 'An in- truly Catholic, however, it must teresting Sodality meeting of cur not be confined to any specific young people took place this at- locality," Monsignor McDonnell said. "It must become as uni- versal as the Church which *fos- ters it and, for a proper expanse of that Church, Catholic Action must be highly developed in coun- tries but newly won to Christian- ity. That this fact has been recog- nized by eminent missionaries is proved today by the careful planning and training given to its development among the youth. To those fortunate enough to visit the renowned' school established by the lamented Father Gavan Duffy in India a new world of possibilities for the development of Catholic. Action among young U.S. Allies Must Police World For Lasting Peace Washington., (E)--More than 800 members of the Washington chap- ter, International Federation of Catholic Alumnae heard Solicitor General Fahy assert that the Unit- ed States and her allies must po- lice the world after the war is over "to maintain amity and jus- tice through international co- operation in friendship?' : Honoring 400 JUne graduates, the chapter members of the alum- nae federation sponsored a Com- munion breakfast at which Mr. i Fahy spoke following a Mass at i the Cathedral of St. Matthew of the Apostle. The Rev. John S. Spence, who preached the sermon at the Mass, declared it took "bombs and t0/pedoes from pow- erful foes to'teach,us that isola- tionism and individualism are a pure prelude to destruction." Mr. Fahy asserted this country must be guided by the knowledge of fits past and present exper- mnce in its !'friendships with oth- er peoples in international collabo- ration for peace as we have join- ed them in war." He declared that "defeatism with respect to an enduring peace would' be as unfortunate as defeatism in the face or aggression." "The very necessity of our as- sumption of tremendous respon- sibility with our allies in destroy- ing force and injustice wielded by the aggressors inevitably demands the corollary assumption of an obligation to restore and then maintain amity and justice through international cooperation in friendship," Mr. Fahy declared. SUREFINE Orange Drink A Very Delicious Healthful Drink For CHILDREN and ADULTS CALIFORNIA CITRUS JUICE CO. 1519 Gaines St. Phone 4-6222 Little Rock, Ark. "LOOK FOR THE GIRL ON THE LABEL" tern.on,' our correspondent writes. 'During the week the members had received a list of Catholics whom they were to visit. The names listed represented Catho- lics who were lukewarm; others who were in need 'of special en- eouragment, and still others that :we had difficulty in locating. Visits from fervent local Catholics I l are very worthwhile and useful in strengthening the faith of weaker members and in securing needed information. Therefore our young sodalists, sacrificing much time and effort, have glad, ly undertaken the responsibility of visiting these people.' "In Nigeria, the leader of the Catholic Youth Movement is Ernest Ikoli, a convert from An- glicanism and a brilliant journal- ist. He is of the Ijaw tribe of hich the Catholic catechist, Francis Bekawura, is king. Un- der Mr. Ikoli's leadership this African movement, built upon the sturdy foundation of Catholic teaching, promises to become one of the great bulwarks for the fu- ture of the Nigerian people. "Catholic Action provides per- haps the biggest outlet for the exuberance of youth, for it uti- lizes the surplus energy in con- structive tasks. Youth is fear- less, enthusiastic, imaginative possesses the potentialities of greatness if directed along proper channels. Catholic Action, to which the young in mission lands will be trained physiclly and spiritually, is the best guarantee for post-war planning. Therefore the Society for the Propagation of the Faith requests the prayers of the faithful during the month of May for this intention." t 7175 For The Best In LAUNDRY & CLEANING Have your laundry and cleaning handled the LITTLE ROCK way and get the advantage of better work at prices no higher. LITTLE ROCK LAUNDRY & CLEANERS Little Rock's Complete Downtown Plant 1 On Center at Third NATIONAL EQUITv LIFE INSURANCE CO LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS