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PAGE EIGHT THE GUARDIAN, MAY 6, 1955 ...... ...... '55 Technologist" , :' Parents Congress Washington r'-',,m Mount St. Mary s plat00- RecommendsMoves Denies fialy ManyPre-Commencemeil !Q To Protect Homes Prejudiced Activities: For Students By Jaime Fonseca, (Correspondent, N.C.W.C. News) Mexico City.The vital need for preserving the sanctity of the home and ensuring the religious training of children was underscored in some 40 recommendations approved here by the Second Congress of the ln- ter-American Parents' Union (UNIP) at the close of five- Catholic children attending state schools. It said they should or- day sessions. Organized at ,ganize groups to help needy Lima, Peru, in 1952, the UNIP homes, care for the religious in- at present represents Catholic struetion in lhe state schools, and organizations in 14 Latin Ameri- he]l) to organize the parents of can countries and in the Unitedsuch children. States and Canada. The congress urged parents' Some of the principal recom- organizations to promote the mendations stressed the moral Christian formation of the home responsibility of Catholics to en- through study meetings, spiritual sure a religious education for exercises, and pre - marriage eir children both at home and eourses, it was strongly sug- the school. It was urged that gested that diocesan authorities parents sending their children to everywhere give preferential at- college should choose a Catholic lention to movements dedicated institution for them. to defending tile education of the Among the most far-reaching family along Christian lines. recommendations was one calling Another set of recommcnda- on private parents' organizations lions focused attention on the to interest themselves in the fam- laws of various countries in re-: 'jly, social and religious life of gard to education. It was sug- gested that .parents he encour- aged tn familiarize themselves .... ' ,. '" with lhe school laws of their re- ..................... ][,spective countries. Above all, it NISUKflNC F OF ALL KINfl$ [!1 was stated. 1)arents should regard ' II]lhe education of the child in the r- ---ee- ...... [i]schnol as a continuation of lhe DraINARD [. HEIN.LI []leducation imparted in the home, Collins & Co. 208 Louisiana Ill and insist consequently that re- FR 6-1341_ Little Rock, Ark.  ligious inst:uction of a colnpul- .... . , , sory character be included in school curricula Family associations were urged to make it their business to see 24 hour nursing service that the rights of parents are recognized under t h e law FREEMAN through an equitable distribu- lion of state funds to private as NURSING HOME wen as state education. The congress stressed also that for elderly people parent organizations should be Clarence Freeman, R.N. familiar with legislation intended Ph, FR4-3914--2120 Louisiana to protect the morals of youth through the supe:'vision of pub- Little Rock, Arkansas lications and places of alnuse- ' merit. It said they should de- lnand a strict enforcement of - such laws. II00n;opp ch00pplell w,.,ous other recommenda- tions called for the formation of |1 Book'ners and Sttoners Ii co-operatives to hell) reduce the II so7-so9 Main Street II II * Ca,,, RAY .ARNEr II cost of textbooks and to facilitate the transportation of children to || For Office Supplies II and from school. Also urged I[ Ph. FR 2-1846 ] was tile establishment of more scholarships for poor children ,, seeking a higher education. [ CampBell, Malloryl] I Colvert & Hornor|] iINSURANCE OF ALL KINDStl (Contiuued from page 1) Ileln& fleer Waligce Rldgl question: "Are you pleased with | Little Roek Arkaz| lhis Our gift." | Pkone FR 4-0225 [ Refelring to the Church's con- ' , stant concern for workers and her ' "strong contribution to tile equi- i able progress" won hy certain eatc- Illlll I gories of workers, tile Pope kdded: I, "To enter into a world of social problems with its systems whicl Will YOU do not derive from Him (Christ), whether they are called 'lay hu- h lp GOD S man,sn,' or 'socialism stripped of e ' matc:'ialisln,' Jesus Christ does  not wait, for the door 10 be eDen- '! needv?_j,e ed for Itim. Ills divine kingdom . . is present even ill regions where there is the constant threat of ('lass warfare seizing advantage. " Give Us What You l"or that reason tile Church is not restricted to appealing for this Don't Use, juster social order, but sets out its fundamenal principles, urging the (Phone us and we will rules ,of nations, legislators, eln- pick it up) pJoyers and directors of business to apply themselves to lmtting W NF.D" them ino practice." Dresses, Under Garments, Men's Elsewhere in his discourse the Sultn, O'Coats, Women's Suits, Pontiff stressed tile need for tile Ds, Family [hoeL Chil- solid religious .formation of the dren's Clothing, Beds and Bed- Catholic worker and termed relig- dlLng, Dishes, Appliances, What- ious training of Christans and ever you cannot use--We Can! especially workers as "one of tile main duties of pastoral activity Catholic Y, outh today." Tile Pope's whole demeanor and wrgamzauon ,,,Uon l)clied again tile spccula- lion about his physical incapacity. SALVAGE The Lale of Galilee is 695 feet C E N T E R and the /)cad Sea 1,286 feet be- low sea level. 316 West Sixth Little Rock FIR 2-8926 GEORGE'S CLEANERS Col. Andreelli, Opt. August Chudy, Routeman L (Member Immaculate Iieart 2 of Mary Parish, Marche.) :, Also Storage and Laundry J, Service ,I . 3220 Pike Ave. N.L.R. Texarkana.  This is Sister Clmrles Adele, S.C.N., labora- tory and X-ray supervisor at St. Vincent's Infirmary, I,ittle Rock, who has been chosen "Technologist of the Year in Arkansas." She received the honor at the recent convention of the Arkansas Society of Medical Technologists at the Grim Hotel in Texarkana. In addition, Sister Charles Adele was elected to the society's board of directors, the only nun named to office in the or- ganization. PRAYER TO THE HEAVENLY FATHEI We praise Thee, O Father, We worship Thee, Father, ]n heaven above. Hallowed be Thy Name. We thank Thee for Thy glory and goodness, blessings Let all men proclaim. And give Thee our love. S00iss Legislature Seen Likely To Lift Ban On Jesuit Priests Z U r ic 11, Switzerland. (t -- 1848, reads .... l'he Society of "]'here is a fair chance that con- Jesus and Societies affiliated wit" it may not be admitted into any part of Switzerland, and all activities in churches and schools are forbidden to their members. This prohibi- tion may be extended by feder- al decree to other religious or- ders whose activities are dan- gerous to the state, or disturb tile peace hetween tile various religious bodies." Article 52, which was included in the revised constitution of 1874, is as follows: "The found- ing of new religious orders and the re-establishment of those which have been suppressed is forbidden." stitutional provisions barring members of the Jesuit Order from Switzerland will be re- pealed in the near future, ac- cording to the Neue Zuerchcr Nachrichten, Catholic daily publishcd here. The newspaper said that a resolution to abolish the anti- Jesuit laws which was intro- duced into Parliament last year may soon be acted upon favor- ably. At the same time Dr. Fritz Blanke, member of the Pro- testant theological faculty of Zurich University, wrote in the magazine Reformatio that prej- udice against the Jesuits is antiquated. Along with other Washington. (El -- The U.S. State l)epartment says no Amer- icans in Italy are denied the right to worship as they wish. The department says there ap- pears to be "a general misun- (lerstanding" regarding tile prob- !eros of the Church of Christ sect in Rome. It adds that there is a 'confusion of "tile question of fr(,edom of worship with that of! placing a sign on a building in l{ome." "The latter difficulty is the one in which the Church of Christ in Rome has lately been involved," the department points out. "The issue is not one of freedoln of worship. This department knows )resently of no case ill italy where Americans are denied the right to worship as they wish. In fact, the Church of Christ in Rolne is open for worshil) and the representatives of that Pro- testant denomination openly con- duct services and otherwise min- ister to their congregations." The State Department says "it lnay be of interest that at pres- ent there are in Italy 67 Amer- ican missionaries who have en- tered Italy since 1948. With lhe exception of three, all of the American missionaries who did not leave the country voluntar- ily were permitted to remain and still are in Italy. Tile Church of Christ alone has in italy 14 American missionaries who, with the addition of ten Italian mis- sionaries, :ninister to approxi- mately 1,000 members of that denomination." Then Salt, Pepper To Suit Taste Riberalta, Bolivia.  Mary- knollers visiting tlle mission stations in remote ])arts of the Bolivian jungle here, have become accustomed to eating all types of delicacies. But The Rev. Thomas P. Collins of San Francisco is a little skep- tical about one of the recipes the natives employ. "When traveling the rivers here, we are given parrot meat," exl)lained Father Col- lins, a veteran of over 13 years in Bolivia, "and since parrots are known for their longevity, you can imagine the state of the meat. "If it is not cooked correct- ly, it will be very tough and sinewy. But that rarely hap- pens, for the natives claim their recipe for cooking par- rot is to place tile parrot and a rock in the same pot and boil, and when the rock is soft, then, the parrot is ready to be eaten." i,ittle l{ock.--Mount St. Mary's Amdemy announces pro - coin- : nmncemcnt activities to begin with Baccalaureate services, Sun- day, May 15. The Rev. James P. Mcl)on- nell, Diocesan Direct(n" of the Catholic Youth Organization, will deliver tile serlnon at Mass in the academy chapel. The graduates and their pa- rents will receive Iloly Commun- ion at Mass and will be guests at a class breakfast to be served in the cafeteria of the new school. Sunday, May 22, is Alumnae Day at the academy. The recep- tion of the 64 members of tile graduating class into the Alum- nae Association will be held he- fore the annual reunion banquet. Commencelnent exercises, at wifich Ills Excellency, Bishop Al- bert L. Fletcher will preside, will be held in tile academy audi- torimn Thursday evening, May 26. Closing exercises, for the eighth grade graduates will he held ill the chapel Friday even- ing, May 27. Other activily dates on the calendar at Mount St, Mary's in- clude: Spring Festival of Dance, Thursday evening, May 12, by the dancing pupils of Miss Lo- rene Lloyd, instructor in ballet and modern dance at the acad- emy. On May 12 also will be held the final PTA meetiqg of the year, at which a style show, with girls modeling clothes they inade in sewing class, will be featured. After the style show, the home economics class will preside at t[-PHOTOSTATS Army Discharges. Marriage ill Licenses. Important Papers Ill Farrell & Schaer t |[BLUEPRINT CO., Rector, Bldg J II Phone FR 4-9365 / JLlttle Rock Arkansa a tea, prel)al'ed by tile c9 i class memhers. On Baccalaureate Sunda2 l)orothy Swindle will be p: ed in a piano recital in ternoon, and Miss V! Itanggi will present her: program ill the evening. A, of music recitals is pl with dates to he ann0f later. Senior Class Day, at whi'i school yearhook. The M will be distributed is sch for Tuesday, May 17. ": i] Chlropr8 [] 310 East'  Str  Little   krka DEBT Regardless How Mu, Many You OweWe Ilelp You Get Out Of No Security, No So-Sig No Credit- References! TIMEPAY (Not A Loan Co.) 815 W. 7th St. FR 6 Burial Protection . For All " Protestant leaders, he appear- ed to favor repeal of the anti- Jesuit laws. Theso lawsarecontainedin P00rish Trading List articles 51 and 52 of the Swiss constitution. Article 51, which was ineor- (Contmue :rom page 1) tors and deputies. This had never happened before in Ar- gentina history. ; . Another strange note was ad- The e Advertisers! entmn The Guardian! ded when President Peron was formally decorated with the "Or- m mm mm =-== mm mm =m= mm ml tlm mm 1 mmm atom mm mm mm mm mm  m mm m mmm mmm --== mm mm mm mm mm mm m== mm der of Saints Peter and Paul," Greater Little Rock Activities Holydays and First Frldays Mass at 7:00 A.M. Confessions: Eery Saturday at 7:30 P.M. Holy Souls Parish[ guiding a eamlaain that seeks to destroy the prestige and in- fluence or tile Catholte Churetl to which most of his people be- long, replied by declaring that the constitution--which he now seeks to change--has always up- held the right of all citizens free- ly to practice the religion they profess. Cathedral Parish awarded him by schismatic Orth- odox Patriarch Alexander of Antioch and All the Orient, in Marylake Ormellte Novitiate: recognition of his "persistent (Highway 16"; FR 5-9845) dedication to the service of those Sunday Masses: 5 and 9..&.M. human princiI)les which are in (High Mass at 9) accord with the fundamental Weekday Mases 5 and 6:30. principles of Christianity." The President, who has been Immaculate Conception Sylvan Illlls Pastor, Rev. Win. Kordsmeier North Tyler and I Streets. (No. IAttle Rock, Ark. SK 3-4323) Rectory: 914 N. Harrison, i Sunday Masses at 7:30 and 9:30 Me 3-8632. I A.M. Sunday: 6, 7:15, 8:30, 10 and 11. Weekday Mass at 7:30. Week-day 6:30 ] Confessions: Sa'urdays, and on I ==-/ Thursdays before First Fridays[ St. Anne's, No. Little Rock and on Eve of Holy Days: 4 to 6[ (Remount & Camp Robinson /. and 7 to 8:30, P.M. [ /toads) Devotions to Our Lady Of The l Past)r, Rev. William  Galvin (2501 State; FR 4--5943) Sunday Masses at 790 and 9:30. Holy Days at 6:.30 and 8:00. A1Lar Society meets first Mon- day of each month at 7:'30 P.M. Norway's Third Catholic Bishop To Be Consecrated Oslo, Norway. (El  Norway's third Catholic Bishop will be consecrated as Titular Bishop of Vadada and Vicar Apostolic of Northern Norway, at Tromso on Sunday, May 15, it was an- nounced He is Msgr. John Wember German-born member of the Congregation of the ttoly Family, who was named to the titular See when the former Prefecture Apostolic of Northern Norway, which he had headed since 1938, was raised to a Vicariate Apos- tolic by His Holiness Pope Plus XII in March. St. &ndrew's Cathedral: (617 Louisiana; FR 4-2794) Sunday: 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11. High Mass at 9 o'clock. Holy Days: 6, 7, 8, 9, and 12:05 o'clock. Week-day: 7 and 8. Confessions: Saturdays and Eve of Holy Days: 4:30 to 6; 7:30 to 8:30; also before 7 and 9 o'clock Masse:. on Sunday mornings. First Saturdays: Hour of Repara- tionX2:05. Rosary Of Fatima Fiday even- ing at 7:30. "BRUSH- UP" Class for the purpose of reviewing the teach- ings of the Church will be held on Tuesday evening at the School Auditorium at 7:30. St. Augustine's, N. I'Attle Rock: (1421 East Second; FR 4-50) Sunday Masses at 6 and 8. Weekday Mass at 8:15. St. Barthdlomew's (1622 Marshall; FR 2-4682) Sunday: 7:30 and 9 o'cloclL Week-day Masses 8:30. 8t. Therese's Base Line [$oad (Geyer Springs) Sunday, Mass at 7:30 & 9:30 with Benediction. W. R. BURNETT FINE FOODS we I}ellvor 3604 Kavanaugh Ph. Me. 3-832) Little Reek, Ark. Pk. Me. 3-832 i t , , , . , , , , , , , , Ph. SK 3-0401 II ' HARRISON DRUG ' ' Prescriptions, Sundries ]l Fountain Service ]l Graduate Pharmacists {I Free Delivery 8:30 AM - 9 PMJ| 3610 Kavanaugh Me 6-8165 II I| i  1 5? ' He.trig Paints, Varnishcs, Oils i[  " BJPAI SPECIAXSTB 'A" WALL PAPER Painters Supplies and Furniture Paints SERValaCE D!REhCTa[]R ' " GILMORE St. Mary s Parish GEe. M. WOODS ,. PAINT & PAPER CO. 5 !:' The Guardmn Service Directory it " p " . /-- ........ 409 Center - Ph. FR 2-6814 le Catholic "Where to Find It" of Lit- vance (otherwise 20 a line.) Figure :f-- ;i  - " . de Rock. It reaches a 20 million dol- ten lines to a column inch. Mail in , ;;: " . -- .... :' UIm it for as little as 4S cents a week. 5-2476 for sugge(stlons on' Hlustrations. [ Bumpass Ray ,Troi.,t's, C,arenco ,, ] I12903 Kavanaugh M@ -5319 "Personalized Work" || ================================ ,,,,,+,,,,,,,?- - ..;_.e,., ,,,., ,,,,, -- -- 7"'" - C. 42. 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DAY A.DORA- t Merehandhm FR 2-$152 or FR 2-6814 General Confessions every Saturday and Customized, Upho before Holydays, from 4 to 5 mad ,, ,. P. SCHMUTzLER FR -8814 ,, ]gel from 7 to & ===================================================.====.._.=.. i St. Edward's Parish St. Edward's: (815 Sherman; ]Fit 4-5767) Sunday Messes, 5:30, 7, 8:30, 10:30. Benediction after 8:30 Mas. Week-day Masses: 6 and 8. Confessions: Saturdays from 4 to 6 and 7':30 to 9, P.M. Every Tuesday at 7,:30 P.M. No- vena to Our Lady of Perpetual Help, followed by Social Hour in churuh basement. St. Patrick's Parish St. Patrlck's, North Little Rock 1911 Maple St., FR 2-2845 Rev. Gregory H. Keller, Pastor; Rev. Bernard J. Roberson, Rev. Reuben J. Groff. MASSES Sundays: 6, 7, 9, 10, 1.1. (Gfl- dren's Mass--9:00) Holy Days: 6, 7, 9, 11. First Fridays and First Satur- days: 6:30, 8:00. Week Days (Summer Schedule): 6:30. ROSARY DEVOTIONS Each evemng at 6:30, followed by Benediction on Sundays, Major Feasts, First Fridays, and First Saturdays. CONFESSIONS Saturdays, Thursdays before First' Fridays, and eves of Holy Days: 4 to 5 in the afternoon, and 7 to 8:30 in tho evening. Before the 6, 7, and 9 @'clock Mases on Sundays. Skop at Little ]toek I Our Lady of Good (1715 Maryland; FR Sunday Masses: Opel 'Forty Hours Devotions with a High Mass; other 8:00, 9:00, 10:00 and Weekday Masses: 7:00 a On First Saturday: 6:30, 8:00. Next Sunday is C Sunday for all thc of the parish. lloly Hour Sunday ni_ ginning 7:30. Devotions in honour of t Sacrainent Monday nifht, Closing of Forty day evening 7:30. Holy Name meeting, day evening at 8:00 in llall. Confessions: Saturday noon from 4:00 to 5:30 7:00 to 8:30. Sorrowful Mother No votions, Friday evening VENETIAN I,A'UNDRY & We pick up, clean, deliver your Blinds. service. Me 3-5851 PFEIFER PLUMBI HEATING CO., Mechanical New Construction or 2400 W. 7th Pb. FR 4-7489 For Little Rock, OAK FC DRUG STORK 12th at Falr Park Little Rock MOE As suture, un gets h( Country se, thought am With a rain their bodic Sort of me, as much of and to the market pla Priety of rr SOmeone h Ihe people is COoler w clothes. T dieted by ] live in the Who, where aCCUstomed ercise stre l'ake a 1oo . vas design tlUre intern i0ds of tim & Ed 0y the Cr 0rk in th ent of t is also cov, el hair whi }he sun. roplcs we; lag of clotl outdoor g :!iaSeball.