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Cushing said here that "the real danger that threatens Our nation today is not the possibility of war, but the growth ......................... in men's minds of the kind of II1 MODEL Poultry Mkt. 1900 West 3rd, Little Rock ' All Kinds,,of o Domestic Poultry Dressed Fresh Daily Dial FR 4-9757 Gilbert Caver, Owner i thinking that makes war first possible and then inevitable." This nation now is following two completely incompatible t)hilosophies of government, the mmmr how many miles rc v year, you'll wnt th trolationary new Willrd IWtthermaster with Climatl Be fox hot wcath dhrina.., best for cold weath ertg ..-hr's the only batt  matomatically adjusta its ' oar ontp to meet y '>, limxte ,a tb* tz 1  tty ix [Pring and Fill Come in ad  libezal tead-m deall WRIGHT SERVICE CO. Broadway at Second Little Rock Ark. Archbishop said. lie explained: "On the .one hand, we are not only preparing to meet force with force; we are working furiously to create the crude, irresistible military pew- cr against which other nations will be driven to defend them- selves. On the other hand we are making plans for the future of our country which contem- plate the continuance of forms of government which can survive (rely in a peaceful world, in which nations concentrate their efforts upon the improvement of the human conditions of their subjects. Sooner or later these conflicting tendencies must clash." The Archbishop said that the fundamental problem to be faced is to lca,rn to live in the new world of science "without turn- ing its power to our own destruc- tion." He said that the answer to the problem is the develop- mcnt of the sciences of nlan which will parallel tbe develop- ment of the sciences of the ma- terial world. Then he cited the- elegy as the science to which i CYO Host To Out-of-Town i I TowOUng Squads Little Rock.--The Little Rock Senior C.Y.O. was imst to a State Bowling Tournament held at P]a-Mor Bowling Lanes Sunday evening. Fort Smith, Pine Bluff, Pocahontas and Little Rock were represented. Playing on the L.R. team were Betty ,]o Rechtan, Father James P. Reynolds, Jerry Markey, Thereasa Nabholz and Rufus Briggs. After the tournament the L.R. group entertained the visitors with a social at the Cathedral Parish Haii. A dollar donated by Father Reynolds was won by Marie Petras. Ann Markey, Social Chairman, announced that the next meeting will be aweiner roast at Little Maumelle. Plans were discussed for a cake sale to be held in May. May Festival Slated At Saint Bartholomew's Little Roek.--Final plans are being made this weekend for the annual May Festival and Bazaar of St. Bartholomew's parish to be held next Tuesday, May 10, on the parochial school grounds at 16th and Marshall Streets, Lit- tle Rock. The Festival will begin at 9 A.M. for the children of the school and will continue until ," P.M. A highlight will be the man must turn to conquer the crowning of the May Queen and threat of fo'ce. [King, chosen from the liinder- lie said: Theology, the study garten and grammar school of God and God's creation, as grades. God Himself revealed it--this is A program of dances and (he proper study of mankind, marches will be presented after Modern science has rejected the- the "royal" couple is crowrld, )]ogy in a vain effort to sub-/ and prizes will be awarded for stiiute man for God. Only by re- lhe best performances, t d turn'ing to the study of theology The bazaar, which is expee e in the strictest sense can man to attract a throng, will get un- hope to conquer the threat of derway at 6:30 P.M. with booths force which scientific pro,g, ressifor the entertainment of young has made so ominously real.' folks and their elders. A King and Queen of the Bazaar will be The Archbishop spoke at the dedication of the new collegiate Church of Christ The Teacher at Merrimack College here. i ill i ANDERSON & NEWELL Complete Insurance FaelllUe Fire = Marine - Casualty For Arkansas Agents Phone FR 2-1807 408 Center St. &. Key Atwood, Special Agent ACE WINDOW CLEANING CO. Job or Contract Work s Homes, Churches Offices, Factories Day & Night Service Floor Waxing And Cleaning. Ph. SK 3-4016 chosen from the high school grades of St. Bartholomew's school and will coninue until 8:30 o'clock. The pastor, Tim Rex,. Theodore Koeller, S.V.D., is urging par- ishioners to invite friends to at- tend the colorful event. For Reservation, And Ticlet AIR - STEAMSHIP = RAIL , THE ,GUARDIAN, MAY 6, 19!5 "Seminary Day" Is Open House At St. John's Some Relief Turns Out 'Cheesy' Chongju, Korea. (}{:)--The re- Little Rock.--Some 700 Catholic students from schools all over the State gathered at St. John's in Little Rock last week to take part in the annual "Seminary Day" program. Visitors ranged from seventh graders through the four years of high school. They were given guided tours through every part of the institution, met the seminarians, the faculty and had a chance to chat with Bish- op Fletcher, who spent part of the day wtih them sight-seenig, picnic lunch and athletic events filled the day and, at its close, the visitors circled the Seminary oval in procession (above) while reciting the Rosary. Following this Bishop Fletcher spoke to them about vocations to the priestly life. "Seminary Day" is a part of the Bishop's overall program for fostering religious vocations. Of the 600 boys who attended "Seminary Day" in 1954, about twenty applied and were accepted last September to begin their studies for the priesthood at St. John's. Holy Souls Parish, Little Rock, Has Largest Class Of First Communicants In Its History cent distribution at the Mary- knoll mission here for 25 tons of surplus American foods fur- nished by War Relief Services --National Catholic Welfare Conference left everyone hap- py--except for two old women. Shortly after the distribu- tion, one granny came up to Father William J. McNaughton, M.M., of Lawrence, Mass, with her arms loaded with wet, smelly clothes. She thanked the missionary for the food he had given her and then com- plained about the inferior qual- ity of the American soap, say- ing that no matter how hard she scrubbed, the soap would not clean her clothes. Father McNaughton looked at the "inferior soap" and broke out laughing. Marked across the box in large letters w a s "American Processed Cheese." The other unhal)py woman thought that her gift of (rook- ing oil was boney. She didn't even wait until ,she arrived home to take a more than gen- erous swig of tim stuff. She claims her taste buds are ruin- ed forever. Burglars Put In Full Night's Work To Rob University Milwaukee. (E) -- B u r g 1 a r s, working between midnight and dawn, broke through glass in three doors and then chopped through a 20-inch masonry wall to enter the vault of Marquette University's I Brooks Memorial Union and get away with $14,900 in currency. The money was used by the university for cash- ing students' checks. Tim loss was covered by insurance. 8th ANNUAL REPARATION PILGRIMAGE TO FATIMA Sept. 24 - Nov. 7 Visiting Paris, Miraculous Modal Shrine, Lourdes Lisbon, FATIMA tact. 13th, Apparition Day), Madrid, Bare(lena, 'Montserrat, N i c e, Florence Assist, and Rome. All Inclusive Rate $1143.00 Write Rcv. Father .lohn O.S.B. International Catholic Travel Smwice ' 1031 Dupont Circle Bldg. Washington 6, D. C. , PA N. Little Rock Parish Arranges Social Innovation N. Little Rock. -- The Rev. Richard J. Mc3auley, pa of St. Mary's Church, noun( d an im )vation for usual "social" conducted Richard J. McCauley, pastor an- nounced an innovation for the by the parish. It will be held to- night, May 6, at 8 o'clock, "un- der the stars" on the school grounds. The pastor said only "insects" are unwelcome. ROGOSKI - DAVENPORT PLUMBING COMPANY: PLUMBING - HEATING Serving Little Rock Sie 1897 30 W. 7th Phone FR Z-0942 I Illll ATTENTION! PERSONS ON LOW SALT DIETS! If your doctor has prescribed a low sodium (salt) dl'et, as be may do to certain kidney disorders and for higk blood, pressure, watch tha water yog drink. Clinical tests show thlt you may receive as much as 7 of your maximum sodium I!" 10wance just from the wateryog Guard against axtrl sodium by using Mountlin Valley Water in your holl and atyour office. Moon. taia Valley Mineral Water is so low in sodium !dl to be practicegy Sill free. This pure, tastl ful. non.lsxativt, non.chlorlnatld water comes dirl to you from the centuries- old spring Et HOt Springs, Ark. Pepsi-Cola Bottling Plant 716 State SL Little Rock, Arkansas Mountain Valley Water Co.  150 Central Ave. Hot Springs, Arkansas Mountain Valley Water Co. 518 South Cedar St. Pine Bluff, Arkansa M & M Super Market Brinkley, Arkansas Rousseau Grocery Co. DeWitt, Arkansas i i I I II I Ill Little Rock.  This year's first Communion class at IIoly Souls Church, composed of 86 children, was the largest in the history of the parish. The youngsters received their First Communion at the 7:15 Mass on April 24, and renewed their Baptismal vows in the presen'ce of the pastor, The carrying the crown. Cite Roger of the Junior Sodality recited the Act o1' Consecration, after which the First Communicants were invested in the scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel. Pictured above with Monsignor Allen and the assistant pastor, Tim Rev. Edward L. Mooney, the First Communicants are: HANK'S Open Every Day 6 A.M.  10 P.M. DOG HOUSE 3614 Roosevelt Road Little Rock, Arkansu [ Pest Control Service .  .... HOTELS-TRAVEL AND Right Rex,. Msgr'. Francis A. First row, left to right--Bar- Chaj.leSs 1: "--_ " LUGGAGE INSUKANCE Allen, V.F., Last Sunday af- bara Jacobi, Ruth Raines, Mary tcrnoon, in company with all Michael Finley, Mary Kay, ' of I ar','i . - - AMERICAN TEAVEIES the other pupils of Iloly Souls Coco, Denise Paquette, Kath- nry Ko' w CE[QUES School, the class participated leen Ilgner, Dianne Aday, Jane  " " No Service Charge in the annual parish May pro- Riley, Margaret McCarthy, " .... !!(Yh K ! -" [ Kruger cession. Barhara Franke, one Vona Lee Bidwell, Patricia I of the First Conmaunicants, Bowers, Jane Dennis, Barbara Travel Bureau (right) crowned a statue Of the Thompson, Karen Stieber, : Blessed Virgin. 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