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ii Parental Example Held 00!,::Ne&lt;essary In Guarding i(hildren From Prejudice ' ' Venice Italy. (NC)--Children must be taught early in + life to love all men regardless of race and nationahiy. "l'he, cannot be taught to do so unless patents set a good example ........ of unprejudiced and universal '!Ho 00sing Set i For Arkansans !At C.A. School New Orleans.--Housing accom. ,+Bodations available to students and adults from the Diocese of ittle Rock who will attend the Summer School of Catholic Ac- 'tion June 6 through 11 in New Orleans were announced this week by the Rev. C. Albert Le- 'vet, S.J., New Orleans chairman Dormitory rooms are available for the SSCA, to be held at I,oy- ,a University, at the rate of .50 per per.son per day. A nited number of these are vailable. Single or double room accom- umodations are available at the . t. Charles Hotel for $5 per per- bn per day, and group rooms (4 'I" 6 or more to a room) at $3 pet" brson per day. None of the prices listed in- Crude meals, Father Levet said. keservations can be made by riting Miss Clare Schadowsky, ousing Chairman, 2314 Valmont tt., New Orleans, 15, La. ,tNew Orleans is one of seven ..cities throughout the nation hosen for the 1955 SSCA, which !'arks its silver anniversary this ear. This year's theme is the ueenship of Mary" and ses- ions will also be dedicated in a '!becial way to the late Father niel A. Lord, who began the CA. "Having the SSCA in New Or- leans will make it possible 'for many in the South to come who would otherwise be unable to do so becau of the distance and xpense, Father Levet said.. The purpose of the SSCA, hel said, is to develop lay leadership by giving Catholics an apprecia- tion of their Faith and showing them how to live it through in- structions provided by a c0m- petent staff during "six days you'll never forget." Thirteen members of the Queen's Work staff will come to New Orleans for the sessions. ,'Tuition for a full week is $12.50, i[ A complete line of janitorial I supplies and equipment for i J better housekeeping. i ! CASL FINCH JANITOR , I., " SUPPLY %..FR 2-1300 FR 2-1385 .... [. 409 W. Capitol respect for all persons. That was the gist of the address de- livered here by Archbishop t Elias Zoghby, GreekMelchite[ Patriarchal Vicar for Egypt and lhe Sudan, to the fifth congress of the International Catholic Child Bureau. Last year the Archbishop risk- ed imprisonment in a case in- volving the custody of a child of a Melchlte-Rlte couple in which the husband had become an apos- tate to Mohammedanism. He de- fied the decision of a Moslem court which had given the father custody of the child. The case is still pending. Theme of the congress is "The Development of an International Sense in Children." The congress was opened May 2 in the Basilica of St. Mark un- der the presidency of His Emi- nence Angelo Cardinal Roncalli Patriarch of Venice. "Whoever puts a limit to, or makes an exception in, his love towards his neighbor," Archbish- op Zaghby declared, "does viol- ence to Jesus Christ, oppresses, persecutes and loses Him. "The will of Christ is clear," he said. It is "complete love, universal and international love. "The child must be taught to love all men and a universal sense must be awakened in him as soon as possible, before he is stirred by human passions," he continued. "The love of his neighbor, the love of all men must be strongly linked in his heart and mind with the love of Jesus. "But here," the Archbishop added, "before teaching anything it is essential to set a good ex- ample" It is useless to speak of charity to any child, he point- ed out, if parents show an un- charitable attitude toward other peoples. and part time rates are available from 75 cents a single lecture on up. The SSCA provides special courses for priests who are di- recting Sodalities also. Priests and religious are offered a re- duced rate of $10 for the six-day sessions. Four classes Will be offered each day, beginning with Mass at 8 A.M. Entertainment will be' prouided nightly for the dele- gates, Father Levet said. -  It was one thing to love men, and another to set one's hope in man; and yet the difference is so great that God commands the former and forbids the latter. _.@ Sales & Service KELLY MOTORS, ,No THE GUARDIAN, MAY 6, New Medals F o7 Yo'00th 1955 -2- + .... == ...... "'="] Spa Men's Club I THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS 'NEWS Honor Its t ACTIVITIES   Past Presidents St. Boniface Ci .... etu Receives National Hon00Helc From Citizenship Grou To The esablishment of two new awards for outstanding youth and lay adult volunteers in dioceses affiliated with the National Council of Catholic Youth has been announced by Monsignor Joseph E. Schieder, Director of the Youth Department, National Catholic Welfare Conference. The Eagle of the Cross award (left) is to be given at the discretion of the Diocesan Youth Director to outstanding youth in the Diocesan Catholic Youth organizations. The medal Pro Dec et Juventute (For God and Youthl will be awarded to lay adults who volunteer their services to.Catholic Youth work. A small lapel button accompanies the medals. (NC Photos) SAIGON (Continues from page 1) stations. An estimated 40,000 persons in the battle zone are homeless. .Many Catholics are among them. "We plan to help people build straw: huts as temporary shelters as Soon as the area is safe for them to return/' Father Schneid- er said. Scores of homeless, in- cluding non-Christians and refu- gees from North Vietnam, took refuge in the grounds of Saigon churches. They siept on steps, torches and along walls. It is unknown how many Cath. olios are among the dead and wounder. Father Nguyen ltuy Mot, rector of the Plus XlI Jun- ior Seminary of Hanoi, was hit by mortar fragments. Hs con- dition is serious. The entire seminary of more than 100 stu- dents have been evacu'ated to Saigon. Three mortars fell in the yard. No serious damage had been done to churches and religious institutions. A community of Vietnameses Sisters was evacuated from the zone in a truck driven by a Viet-i nameses Redemptorist Brother. Today the Sisters were back helping distribute relief. It is still unknown what cas- ualties and damage were suffer- ed on the far side of the ereek where the Binh Xuyen have t heir headquarters. Thirteen thousand refugees from Phat Diem, North Vietnam, resettled in that area. ,Hong Kbng.Bishop DomiIC month before had left his Vicar-, late of Ba Ninh in the Vietminh area now under the control of the communists, described the; persecution there not as bloody, but as .",something more subtle Specialists in Plumbing & Heating Repairs & Remodeling All Work Guaranteed F & S PLUMBING CO. " North Little Rock FR 4-2136 or SK 3-1331 | ' L SWARMING? and deadly." "They aim to kill the soul of the Church and start by poison- ing the children, enrolling them in a movement called Child Sav- iors of the Fatherland," he told an NCcorrespondent on his ar- rival here. The prelate, whose vicariate near the Chinese border has been scourged severely for the past 10 years, came to Hanoi. where he managed to get permis/ sion to go to Haiphong, which will not fall under passage to Hong Kong where he will remain for a rest before he joins his scattered refugee flock in South Vietnam. Good Counsel, Names May Circle Members Little /lock.- The following have been chosen for the May Circle of Good Counsel Parish, Little Rock: IVlr. and Mrs. H. M. Shea, Chairmen; Mr. and Mrs. Lester J. Fellhauer, Mrs. James M. Fer- guson, Mrs. Robert Files, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Findley, lI, Mr. and Mrs. Win. K. Finefield, Mr. Alfred M. Finkbeiner, Mr. and Mrs, E. it. (Felix) Finley, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Fiorino, Mrs. Edith Flanigan, Miss Jerry Flani- gun, Mr. Joe Flynn, Mrs. Joseph Flynn, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Fort- son, Mr. Joseph Fox, Mrs. Chas. E. Franklin, .Mr. John Frawley, Mr. Charles Frederick, Mrs. Marie. Frederick, Mrs.. FlOyd ,]rman, Mrs. ,JT, leriberg  'L: FN, Mrs. Frank Fullerl ' Mrs. R. J. Gailagher, MiSS :El- lena Gallwitz, Mrs. W. F. Gall- witz, Mrs. Rose Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gehrki, Jr., Mr. Al- bert George, Mr. Bill George, [Mrs. Katie George, Mr. "Chas. F. I Gerke, Mr. Boas E. Gibson, Mr. Simon Glynn, Mrs. Maude Gos- som, Mrs. Clara Gottsponer, Mr. and Mrs. O. Gottsponer, Mr. James L. Govin, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Gowen, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Grabher, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grabher, Mrs. Chas. Granberry, Mrs. Jack Gray, Mrs. Hugh Greene, Mr. and Mrs. John D. Greenway, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Greenweli, Mrs. Alton Greer Mr. and Mrs. James Griffin, Mrs. C. M. Grimes, Mr. and Mrs. John Guidos, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Gul- lett, Mr. Frank Grillo. Miss Ola Hafer, Mr. and Mrs. John E. l[ain, Jr., Mr. J. C. Ham- Jonesboro K. of C. Council Holds Ccmmunicn Breakfast Joneshoro.--"I Iow Inexpensive It. is To Be A Member of the Knights of Columbus" was the theme of a program at a quart- erly Communion breakfast re- cently sponsored by Council 1702 ol! Jonesboro. Hot Springs.--Miiler 1,. M('r- VashingtmL I).C. -- National ritt, president of the llot Springs ltonorable Mention for achieve- Catholic MeWs C, hlb, will grcel I Jnollt duriD lhe cu]'renI school the past t)rcsidents of the group,] year has I)eell won by the Calh- (hiring a social hour tit |he club's oiic. Civics Club of St. Bonifaco May !neeting, Monday eveing at chool, For[ Smith, The ('om- 7:30 in S1. John's Parish liall, mission on American Citizenshil) Nearly nine years ago, the of 'J'he Catholic Up.iv(,rsity of Club was organized by two dozen Catholic mcn. Today the ()pen to nlembers, their wives, cluh's membcrship numbers el- and guests, the breakfast was, presided over by Grand Knight i rest 150. Art Leppert. The program that[ James J. Dowcts was the club's followed the breakfast was pre-t tirst president and The Very Rev. Charles t3. McCoy, V.F., now pas- nted tor of St. Mary's Catholic Clmrch I)5' Brother Paul Phillips, '" in llelena was clmplain, lie was Slevac Council Canvasses ]followed successively by Oscar F'cr Charter Members Slovactown. -- Sh)vac Council No. 3998 made a first step last Sunday toward its charter initia- tion May 29. Four members of Little Rock Council No. 812 met with a com- mittee from Slovac at the Parish Hall and paired off to contact the Catholic men of Slovac com- munity to explain the benefits Irish Mins t Tonight, Saturday i ! In Hot Springs t llot St)rings.--One of thc head-I 'ine events of St. .loire's irishlClu,islian citizenship az Minstrel tonight and tomorrow)Catholic boys and girls i night (May 6-7) will bc an exhibi-I llppe r elcmontary a n d J()n of intricate hallro() r <('hool gralies. Tho Connni lancing by Barry and Eddy ] sets a study lheme annuallY. D'Alba, popular llot Springs, I year's theme, "We Need One :Iancing learn. ()lher," co)lcentralcd on sh0! Clare Clark will be master of ]he inter-dependence of all ceremonies for thc variety show. particularly as reflected inrI T h e women's clubs of St. url)an relationships. It als0 ,lohn's Parish and the llot Dhasizod lnall'S dependence] Sl)rings Catholic Men's Clu}), un- God, the social nature of ! der the leadership of its presi- lhc dignily of worlCand the ! America, announ('ed here t( North, Tim St. Eoniface School' rd narm,(t, ",';l. Bmfifa('e Cit J. Cud) ' ,t  0tr nation ship (/!tilL" is OllC OI 2,)ele t la)'y s(.lmols and ()ue hig,q St! o,or lho COIIDIFV SO honored!  .... 5'C r :| The aw'n'ds are made ann by ltle (omnusslon to l'ec0tfl[ the achi(rvcm(qlls ef oulstanil ,, uni(: amoIw the over 10,000|[ ( ganized Cilholie Civics Cll " now funclionin in the cat|l  1 schools of thc (:ount)''. toni I The Catholic Civies ClUb: 1900 West Anaerit.a promole the ideal ' All DOlTIe,, Dresse. Dial Gilbert of the Knights of Columbus and the part a Council would play in the parish inasmuch as there is not a men's club there. The foliowing men made ap- plication and paid the initiation tee: Vincent F. Sokora, Peter P. Mataske, Bernard 1. Mataska, ,;arl J. Hooks, Hiryak d. John, Loddie A. Duch, Johnnie P. Uhiren and Harry J. Uhiren. All of the workers met at the parish hall that evening and their reports were very satisfac- Miller Merritt tory to the pastor, Tim Hey. Paul McLaughlin. There were 12 oth- J. Gloor, Charles W. Mocnster er men who promised to corn- Bernard J. Etzkorn, Berry W. plete their application this week and three former members said they would reinstate their mem- bers immediately. Several men from Carlisle have shown interest in joining this Charter Class. The hope was expressed that several of them would make application as all prac.ticing Catholic men a re eligible. Due to next Sunday being Mother's Day there will not bc another meeting until Sunday, Willcox Richard M. Meeks, J. M. Callahan and Rudolph Etzkorn.e This year's officers include Miller Merritt, president; Joe Herr, vice president and treas- urer, and Charles S. Itamilton, secretary. Joe Brcwczynski is program chairman. Vincent Gage is club publicist. Frederick Sch- neller is chairman of the sick committee. Mort Cox, popular secretary- nanager of the Ilot Springs "3hamber of Commerce, w ill May 15, at which time there wil? ;how color fihns entitled "Every- be a meeting of the members at body, s Business" and "A Trip to 2 P.M., at the i)all to elect of- Hot Springs." ficers and contact the balance of the men of Slovac. Then Oscar J. Gloor, Jr., and Char- there will be a meeting at the les H. Anderson will he co-hosts hall at 8 P.M. for all during the social hour. The Very and all applicants who imve paid Rev. Thomas H. Lillis, V.F., club their initiation fee. The appli- chaplain, will be a guest. cants will be briefed and ques- tions will be answered pertain- ng to their,, membe'shil, ' , "r' '., '' rhe insm'ance program of'the Knights of Columbus will. be ex- plained in a general way but each applicant will be contacted personaily to discuss his pro- gram. Father MeLaughlin dismissed the workers with his thanks for having done a good job and ask- ed that they continue their good work. Acting Grank Knight ,)o- Save Up To 3D% On seph Sokora also thanked the Your nsurance For Business, workers both from-Little Rock Ilome and Car. Calf Murrell C. and Slovac. , McCumber. Phone MO 3-8212. dent, Miller Merritt, are uniling to )hake this year's show a suc- cess. Proceeds will go to the fund of St. John's Parochial School. Alumnae Is Set To Mark Mary's Day Tomorrow Little Rock.--l'omorrow, lVlay 7. will he. observed by the Mount St. Mary's Alunmae Association as Mary's Day. The celebralion will begin with lloly Mass at 7 A.M., at St. An- drew's Cathedral and The Rev. B. F. McDevitt, cathedral rector, as celebrant. The Mary's Day ebservanee was establishcd in 1928 by the International Federation, of Ca- tholic Ahmmae and is arranged annually in Arkansas by grad- i uates of Mount St. Mary's, St.i Anne's and St. Scholaslica Acad-{ i emies. I All Catholics of G)'ea(er Litl]e 1lock have been invited to join the group at the Cathcdral, where Alumnae members will distribute Miraculous Medals. The three requirements for prop- el' observance of the day are: to hear' Mass; receive Holy Com- munion, wear the Miraculous Medal through the day, and of- fer some good work in Mary's n a in e. U S E - Classified Diredory - R E A D Classified Advertising rates: 20 for each line. (Eight lines constitute one inch of space and there are five medium-length words to each line.) When paid in ad- vance, the rate is 15 e line. Television and Radio Repairs, Paris., Experienced. Reasonable. MO 6-9233. mond, Mrs. 'Curtis l,ammons ORDINATION Miss Adalia Hampel, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hampel, Miss Mar- garet IIampel, Mr. and Mrs. N.S. this takes considerable thought Hampel, Mrs. Geo. A. 1land, Mrs. and correspondence. Ida Hansii, Mrs. E. W IIans- Dpring this period--to add to mann, Miss Ann llarcourt, Mrs. the tensioneach deacon faces Vernon Harness, Mr. and Mrs. D. the dreaded Canonical Examina- B. Harper, Mr. and Mrs. June E. tions. While they are in pro- Harris, Mrs. Louise llarrison, gress, he remains "under the Mr. and Mrs. E. M. IIart, Mr. and gun" in both written and oral tests for as long a period of time as it takes each faculty member to challenge and scrutinize every facet of his education and to pass on his qualifications for the priestly office. Of the eight priests to be or- dained this year for the Diocese of Little Rock, four are residents er, and Lhe unity of a]l me Selcclion of the Fol:t  / Club for lh)norable Mcntior ?. lna(le on the basis of a nil ol!"otlts(an(iing accon)l)lishlll! J " " In winning the l lonorable I l.i(m, national altention wa f" " retted to the SI.. Boniface CIIl the formal ammuncement  '.: in the current issue of the Yt Catholic Messe.ger, natio  -' circulated current affairs we ,' I The stm'y will be read 1 classroom assignment by  t ' half a million boys and giri![ lll]l Calholic schools Tile   t!)e Ca(holic Messengcr implel the Commission's theme dlg lhe year hy carrying a ser!e 2 articlcs dealing dth related  iects suagestimas and play l especially prepared for the ell to use in their study. . ' : :-- fir 00nly b, Charles Litsch r' l00ma Dies Paris, Arkansas At 82 Paris. Ark.--Funeral ser were conducted in St. jose Church last Saturday for C Immt lcs M'. Litsch 82 wh') died ', 4ei Ire ' ' " Ivolatio 27. The pastor, The Rev. Bergcr, O.S.B., officiated. B 1 aher was directed by ,Ja('obs -D -a=atr4"/1 ktvi*l ... I Funera] ILome. Mr Litsch was, born m' 4 g'. "'" .... - "llJ lal Suto many and came to tle u,,, ..," ,,__ States with his parents wheK|%  o was 13 years old They setP "L   .t 'Slioai "C,?/,ek and Mi'. 1;!}] *''i lived tl)c greater part of his in Logan County. Surviving him are three ters, Mrs. Leo lhle and Mrs. WRIGt sephine Fletcher, both of and Mrs. William Binz (borne, California; two sons, roa( Litsch of Prcsque Isle, and l,ouis Litsch of California; one brother, Ff JAtsch of Fay, Oldahoma, little Rc grandchildren and nine grandchildren, il Pallbearers were Charles }] and Anton Schwalz of PariS,'; "------- ward Bmz ancI llenry Konai Suhiaco, Anthony Stchle of  Smith and Anthony Ullriclr! 'Little Rock. 400 Center Litde Rock, Ark. Dependable Car Repair s Service All Makes Reasonable Charles Trustworthy Service LARGEST i Call Orkln Olliee Norest You: . PINE BLUFF, 7360 rHOT'. 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Johnson, Mrs. Arthur A. Jones, Mr. Carl lung, Mrs. John " "" " ",atneara Parish A. Kaufman, Mr, John T. Kaz- mierkiewecz. Announces List of the State. The remaining four are from other sections of the country and were adopted by Bishop Fletcher as members of the Diocese. The remaining 14 students of the 1955 Class will take up their !)riestly duties in nine different dioceses of the United States. They will be ordained by the bishops in whose dioceses they have been adopted. As a regional seminary, St. John's trains priests for more than thirty dioceses of the coun- try. It is the largest major and minor seminary in the south. .. OUR SERVICES ARE Of May Circle GREATLY INFLUENCED }, I BY THE DESIRES , i Little Rock.--The May Circle p i F t S ith Ad ti list for St. Andrew's Cathedral atron ze or m ver sers follows: Mr. and Mrs. John A]- OF THE LADIES Bone Dry bert Healey, Chairmen: Roy "++-+#+-+..---+'###.####.'('*)" Hardcastle, Miss Jane Harding, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Harding, Sr., Ft. Smith Parish Mass Schedules Mrs.-James w. Harper, Mr. and THE BANK THAT LIKES TO SAY "YES" Mrs. Guy D. Harrison, Miss Immaculate Conception lVtrst Friday: 8. Communion, 6:5, Madeline Hart, Mrs. E. J. Haster, Head Of Garrison Avenue Confessions before all Masses. Mr. and Mrs. Harry L. Hastings, Sunday: 6, 8, 10, 11:15. Jr., Mrs. Harry L. Hastings, Sr., Mr. Frank Hawkins, Mr. John Al- bert Healey, Mr. Will B. Healey, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Heibach, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Heinze Margaret Iteld, Mr. and Mrs. Holy Days: 6, 8, 12:05. Christ The Ktng Paxlsh Week Days: 7 at Church and 7 South Greenwood Avenue t Mercy Villa. Sunday: 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30. Tuesday: 7:30 P.M. Miraculous Holy Days: 7, 8, 10, 11:30. Iedal Novena. Week Days: 8:00. Devotion with sermon and Bene- First Friday: 8:00. ,iictlon. Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. Perpetual I James R. Hendrick, Mrs. L.J. Confessions on Saturday: 3:30-- Novena in Honor of Our Lady of Hensler, Mrs. C. E. Highley, Miss 5:30; and 7:30--8:30. Mary Jane Hill, Mr. and Mrs. St. John's Church Hiekcy Himstedt, Mrs. Howard 1822 North 8th Street B. Hinton, Mrs. L. F. Hinze, Mr. 6,638 Youths Flee East , German Regime Berlin. (E)--At least 6,838 young men and women have fled the East German com- munist regime since the be- ginning of this year. The figure was released here by Father Odile Braun, O.P., head of a Catholic chap- lain service for refugees. He stated that the figure includes hose between the ages of 14. and 25. The escapees include ..,65.Y0ng men and 1,973' young women. , Sunday: 7:30, 10. Holy Days: 6:30 and 8:00 A.M. Week Days: 8. The Fentress Mortuary ' 'I ' W Financial Protection For EST The Entire Family Contact Your ) F LOCAL ORGANIZEII OUit W Oz" Write D. L. McARTHUR 1410 M P.O, Pox 291 '1395 North A Se Phone SU 3-6178 FoSmith Arkansas Miraculous Medal. Veneration of Relic of St. Catherine Laboure Benediction. Confessions: Saturday and be. fore all I-Iolydays: 7:30--8:30 P.M. and before all Holy asses. St. Bonlface Church " 210 North 18th Street S0nday: 6, 7:45, 9:30 and 11. Week Days, except Saturday: md 8. Holy Days: 6. 7. 8:30. Saturday: 6 and 7. Friday: 7:30 P.M., Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother. During school year Novena Service at 2:4: school children. . i , Confessions: Saturday, a  i Thursday before First FridaY: I Union National Bank Capital & Surplus ' $3,500,000.00 Fourth and Louisiana Sts. Little Rock Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation 924 East Third St. Phone FR 4-3753 Southern Fried Chicken better with PURITY MEAL CLEAvENGER & BR] 1 for INbJILttNCE Forl Smilh, Arkana# "S0nd /or Cecil Bu== /or Breen" i BOSTON CLEANERS & DYER5 I Pick-up and Delivery Service = II 803 No. llth Phone SU 3.5135 t| :' r