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+1 THE GUARDIAN, MAY 7, 1943 + PAGE FIVE I I I Illlll III I I [anon Law Codification No. 24 The Story Of The Bible In Pictures 00bl, oo o.b i , + + + e se ve , ....jt C th l U ty a 0 IC nlversl rnfngton.On Sunday, May ranking alumnus of the School of |--ute.e National Shrine of the Canon Law of the Catholic Uni- eljate Conception, the Ca- versity will be celebrant. The ._aiversity of America will Very Rev. Msgr: James H. Grif- lurate With a Pontifical Mass fiths, Vice-Chancellor of the Dio- Jcaanksgiving a silver jubilee cese of Brooklyn, will preach the n,conunemoration of the on- sermon. The assistant priest will I"ot the Code of Canon be the Rt Rev Msgr Francesco I  t l ]I  ? Ie - " Lardone, Professor of Roman Law :pst Rev. George L. and Director of Studies for the p of Harrisburg, Ecclesiastical Schools of the Ca- -llOetw . tholic University.. The deacons of |A honor will be the Very Rev. Dr. I y:10:'. "ca Hubert L. Merry, Professor of i ilt;ntinue r n   Canon Law and Dean of the l"".nued f_om ae 1. i 't I[roro 1023 to 1926 and School of Canon Law of the Ca- Now, therefore, the maid to whom I shall her shoulder: An exceeding comely maid, pouring out the pitcher into the troughs, daughter of Bathuel, the son of Me cha, sa . l her that I ma and a most beautiful In, and not she ran back tb the well to dra.w water: whom she bore to Nosher. And she said "0va 1929 to 1933, then ex- tholic University, and the Rev. y: Let down Shy P tc Y virg e nave ooa store .................. .......... o ad having drawn she gave to all the moreover to nun. W g f]Ltolic'lAthuaniadm" "t or o f theDr" CanonJames Law P" KellY,societyPresidentof Amerf j onng: ana she snan answer, arm ,r, aria Known o man. anu see wcn uown camels. But he musing beheld her with of both straw and h&y, mad a large ptace .'llt0v.t.^ A____mLxat - will give thy camels drink also: Let .it the spring, and filled her pitcher and was silence, desirous to know whether the to lodge In. The man bowed himself down, egMv'-the Rev. Dr. Vincent ica. The deacon of the Mass will be the same whom thou hast provided for coming back. And the servant ran to ]Lord had made his journey prosperous or and adored the Lord. Saying: Blessed "._aPPointed in August and be the Very Rev. Dr. Eugene A. ied in December, 1926, and Dooley, O.M.I., Vice-President of thy servant Isaac: and by this I shall meet her, and said: Give me a little not. And after that the camels had be the Lord God of my master Abraham, 'Je_.!n Lithuania since 1933, the Canon Law Society, and the understand, that thou ha shews kind- wter to drink of thy pitcher. And she drunk, the man took out golden earrings, who hath not taken away his mercy and v ] ic Administrator of subdeacon, the Rev. Dr. Clement ness to my master. He had not yet ended answered: Drink, my lord. And quickly weighing two steles: and as many brace- truth from my master, and hath brought a..Sn_ era and Simbirsk-- V. Bastnagel, Secretary of the these words within himself, and behold she let down the pitcher upon her arm, lets to ten sides weight. And he said to me the straight way into the house ot '][v. Dr. Michael Juodokas, School of Canon Law of the Ca- Rebecca came out, the daughter of Ba- and gave him drink. And when he had her: Whose daughter rt thou? tell me: my master's brother. Then the maid ran, '][m,ed in 1929, released some tholic University and Treasurer thuel, son of Melcha, wife of Nachor the drunk, she said: I will draw water for is there any place in thy father's house and told in her mother's house, all that cretin the last two years and of the Canon Law Society. brother Of Abraham, having a pitcher on thy camels also, till they all drink. And to lode? And she answered: I am the she had heard. ..... lqt+ in Lith,,ani, A regional meeting of the Brlbsh" " Prelates Thank U.S. 1"" ++,TT__ 11 " ' r;a: b,...z ..... Soldser s Letter :Ol0ee Of Kamenets Caron Law Society of America ,]LlSCUSS l-ost-war i-romems ,, ,-. Semi_ Apostoilc Aministrator will be held m the afternoon of f ,1 1.. lr  s s, I / lell$ ur Duccess :a122.iacese the - -Toh the same day. A paper will be 1atllOllC8 For 00plrltual/00na ,-,, . .ki, -was' " ':.:..'-.X i= read on "The Summary Process of -s - UI lyUSSlOn Y., 1930, and exiled in Sen- Canon 1990" by the Very Rev. Washmgton. (E)--A letter de- ...... +. .......... Material Comfort To English .r'+ 1932. His Vicar, the Rev William J. Doheny, C.S.C., first scribing the impressive religious I:] or, Wiersgicki, was im- President of the Canon Law Soc- Washington. (E)The'Members th coast--in air rail bombings, devotions of the Army personnel ',lrx July, 1932, and no .I" Jrormation is given.   .ee Of Mlnsk if|L st Rev. Boleslao Slo- 'ij,..P0stolie Administrator of 5J.';" Was also Apostolic Ad- tt0r of Minsk although . Was given to Bishop [ ntil his death. .,i  0stolie Administror of I il.IVlsgr. Augustine aum- i :&"  prison for the Faith tlst, 1930." : 9OStolic Administrator of aSus, Msgr. John Roth, is '.' mr the Faith since Au !+ St}.', ad Interim for Apos- 7"uastrator of Tiflis and its simply named, the Rev. asn Demuof, and no in-  given. . . .laatlon is given atouz rnlet Dirlughian, Vicar ea to the Apostolic Ad- pr for the Armenians. bn0t. Of Zhitomlr POStolic Administrator, o Shalski, and the strafer, Msgr. Casi- Y, were imprisoned 9.  and exiled in Sep- iety during the 1940 term. Dr. Doheny will read a paper on the same subject before a second re- gional meeting of the Canon Law Society of America at the Hotel Biltmore, New York City on May 19. r The year's celebration will in- clude a series of lectures on Can- on Law for Catholic laymen in important centers and a number of addresses at a selected list of law schools. !sion for Russia, but no Vicar was appointed at that time. The Rev. Gerard Piotrowski, O.F.M., served as Apostolic Administrator until t929. At present the posts of Vicar Apostolic and the Apostolic Administrators for both Cisbaik- alica and Transbaikalica Siberia are vacant. Other vacancies---in addition to 'J' all Sees--are the Apostolic Ad- ' :"  ministration of Leninigrad and the . b Vicariate General for the Byzan- fine Rite Catholics in Moscow, .e both of which are in the Arch- diocese of Mogilev, and the Apos- 0  tolls Administrators of Southern Odessa and for Armenian Catho- s , , lies, both in the Diocese of Tir- a ..... Mogilev, the Metropolitan See, I+e.  &imstollc of Siberia is not the oldest Latin See in Rus- =acariate was established sia. It was established in 1783 ,Sr, 1, 1921, as a depen- but the )iocese of Zhitomir dates , -" :][ "Ponti_fical Cornels- back to 1321. , " .... imate of current entertainment fee+Sure motion pictures prcpered of the New York Archdiocese Council of the Legion of Decency .ties of the Motion Picture Department of the International Fed- Alumnae. P REVIEWED THIS WEEK t4a a Day Power of the Press "', m "geant. The Two F/sted Justice Aec tio, EVUOUI'iT.;Wen e re' Patronage Junior Army Keep 'Era Slugging Kid Rides Again, The Law of the Northwest Robin Hood Land of Hunted Men /.l.a-- Let's Have Fun I1 Th Lone Rider Rides On, The IIt.Yelo Lone Star Trail, The .,_. ne Ma, He's Making Eyes at t # The'nke at Me trS T  Man Trap, The [R -a My Friend Flicks e 11" 11  T Mrs. Miniver t!i Ckaroo Monastery o01;'| 'shletcm Slept Mysterious Doctor, The Night Plane from Chung- kins " ,l-hadmth ., . Day' Night to Rememer. A .ftl "q  ' ne One Dangerous Night , l;p, ueet, The One of Our Aircraft Is $' v- eeve, The , Missing ::  Writ Overiand Stage Coach tIt ets Purple V. The Queen of Destiny (formerly entitled "Sixty Glorious Years") Reville with Beverly Ridiu' Down the Canyon Saludos Amigos Sinta Fe Scouts Seven Days Leave Shantytown Sherlock Holmes in Washington Spitfire Stage Coach Buckaroo Stranger in Town Sued for Libel Sundown Kid Tarzan Triumphs Tennessee Johnson Texas to Bataan Trail Riders U.-Boat 29 Underground Agent War Against Mrs. Hadley, The Wild Horse Rustlers :! Perpetual Sacrifice. The Western Cyclone le.slve Phantom Plainsmen I When Johnny Comes Pride of the Blue Grass w,. (formerty entitled "Gantry Marching Home the Greet") World at War Pride of the Yankees. The Youngest Profession. The CLAss A--Section ll--Unobjectionabln for Adults 7 'M] .1  REVIEWED THIS WEEK  eat Divide Powers Girl They Got Me Covered ;.71, '5,,"'..", no.son /'> %'I r  sets the D0000:00cllo M| o Alive 1. ,e W PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED Hitler's Children I Walked With A Zombie Isle of Forgotten Sins (now "Prisoner of Ja- pan") isle o Missing Men Journey for Margaret Sungle Hireu Lady From Chungking Last Will of Dr. Mabusc Lone Wnl Strikes, The Lure of the Isbands Major and the Minor. The Man of Courage Manila Calling MeGuerine From Brook- lyn, The Meanest Man in the World Murder in Times Square Midnight Moon is Down, The Next of Kin, The Now, Voyager Outsider. The Over My Dead Body Petticoat Larceny Preseting Lily Mars Prison Girls (also entitled "Gallant Lady"} Prisoner of Japan (formerly "Isle of For- gotten Sins") Queen of Broadway Ox-Bow Incident, The Ravaged Earth Reunion Rio Road to Morocco Secrets of e Co-ed Secret Enemies Seven Miles From Alcatrae Shadow of a Doubt Salute for Three Stand By for Action Taxi Mister This Land is Mine Terror House Tonight We Raid Calais Undying Monster, The Voice in the Night. The X Marks the Spot Yank in Libya. A Young Mr. Pitt You Were Never Lovelier CLASS B---Objectionable in Part REVIEWED THIS WEEK PREVIOUSLY REVIEWED I Married.a Witch I'll Sell My Life In This Our Life Keeper of the Flame Kisses for Breakfast KIIou Man Who Seeks the Truth Moon and Sixpence, The Mujer de Dadie, Y. Mummy's Tomb, The My Hw, t Belonss to Daddy Once Upon a Honeymoon More The Merrier, The Hangmen Also Die Our Wife Plm Beach Story, The Sin Town Somewhere I'll Find You Star Spong[ed Rhythm Sunset Murder Case That Uncertain Feel4ng : This Thing Called LOVe Three Girls About To Time In the Sun Traitor Within, The Virgin Bride, ha White aro '. of the Hierarchy of England and Wales have sent a communica- tion to the Bishops War Emer- gency and Relief Committee ex- pressing their gratitude to Ameri- can Catholics for their gener- osity in contributing funds for :he relief of war victims in Great Britain. Accompanying the communica- tion are copies of the minutes of the meetings of the Distribution Committee of the British prelates revealing that the money contri- buted by American Catholics is being used for such purposes as bringing spiritiual and material comfort to Britan's evacuated children, grants to churches, con- i vents and schools which have suf- i fered from air raid bombings, for the bringing of spiritual eosola- tion to Italian prisoners of war, for the Apostleship of the Sea to aid victims of submarine war- fare, and for the charitable work of the Women's American Com- mittee for British Catholic Relief. "The Committee has been re- quested by the Hierarchy of Eng- land and Wales," the communica- tion said, "to convey to you and all those associated with you not only tleir own most heartflelt thanks, but also the extreme grati- tude of all the many persons, clergy and laity, including the great numbers of evacuated chil- dren, the parishes, convents, in- stitutions and schools who have benefited by the very generous donors of this Fund." The minutes reveal that the 18 Members of the Hiarchy of Eng- land and Wales have received an equal share of the "fund primarily for the spiritual needs of the evacuated children. Owing to the air raids many thousands of these children ha[ been sent away from the towns of each of the 18 Dioceses and the Bishops were faced with great expense in arranging for spiritual ministra- tions of many types since, in most cases, the destinations of the lit- .tle war victims were far in the thinly-populated countryside. Grants also were made to a number of parishes, the minutes revealed, which had suffered los- es--lartiularly paishes along POLISH (Continued from page 1) "the imperalistic circles of Po- land have long felt no scruples in openly advancing through their press and radio and also in ut- terances of Polish Ministers their claims to 'the territories of the Soviet Ukraine, Soviet Byelo-Rus- sia and Soviet Lithuana." Parvd even goes so far as to charge the Polish Government with "Establishing contact and accord with the Hitlerites." Although there is nothing to in- dicate the Polish Government's statement from London was tim- ed to meet a Soviet declaration, nevertheless it does contain a quite devastating answer to this last charge+by Pravda. In the ldght of facts known throughout the world, says the Polish Govern- ment-in-Exile, "the Polish nation have no need to defend themselves from any suggestion of contact or understanding with Hitler." That, observers point out, immediately brings to one's mind the enormous sufferings of the Poles at the hands of Hitler's forces. Remem- bering this, they say, how could one suspect the Poles of "contact or understanding with Hitler." (N.C.W.C. News Service). Assistance also was given to res- cue societies and homes to facili- tate the removal of inmates of in- stitutions to places of safety af- ter bombings. Aid was given to the sick and aged. Special grants were made to bombed convents and asylums." A note in the minutes, addressed to the American Bishops and their I laity, said: I ,, h e rom t es and all the many others heartfelt thanks were re- !ceived by the Bishops to be ten- dered to you." The camps and billets of the Italian prisoners of war, most of them practicing Catholics, are scattered widely over the coun- try in agricultural areas and grants have been made to cover the expenses of members of the clergy who often have to travel long distances reach the Italian prisoners. The allocations for the spiritual needs of Catholic seamen, the minutes state, have brought many expressions of gratitude to Amer- ican Catholics through the Apos- telship of the Sea, whose partic- ular charges are Catholic seamen of all of the United Nations, vic- tims of the submarine warfare. Funds also have been sent to the Bishops of Scotland, where there has also been much suffer- ing and where relief needs are great, the minutes recite. ...... :e t RURAL (Continued from page 4) beet sugar. This is where im- provement has been needed, and this is the time to strike, killing two birds with one stone. It is building a safe democracy. If we analize the causes of the pres- ent shortage and mismanagement we find: (1) Too little attention has been paid to the poorer farmers of America in education, credit and marketing facilities. The Farm Security Administration has been lhe only Government organization that has done a good job of this. Hence the opposition to it by vested interests and high-hat fel- low farmers. (2) The poorer farmers have sought to ape the upper third and have disregarded self sufficiency, production for use and possibil- ities of self improvement. It is partially their fault if they are not better off. (3) Farm labor has been con- sidered an unskilled commodity to be purchased on a slave market. Therefore it fled to the war plants. (4) One-crop farming ana re- gional specialization have strain- ed the transportation problem and have created a distance between producer and consumer. (5) The helplessness of the city consumer is to be pitied, but the blame for commercialization of industries and urbanization is to be placed upon our proud Ameri- can shoulders. If we were to point out perm- anent remedies we would sug- gest: 1. Decentralization of popula- tion and industry. 2. Foot-in-industry and foot- on-soil for wage-earners. 3. More families living on the land, making arming a way of life. 4. More and better education for a full life on the land. 5. More and better education for city workers and farmers to know how they can eooperate among themselves; how they can "Home for Clergy Wear" Reasonable Prices RUBE SCOTI CORPOTED 417-419 M Stt Little k, kamms wVVVVVVVVVVVVVVV Adoption of the five-point peace :lan of Pope Plus XII and a study of the problema of rehabilitation after the war were urged at a regional meeting of the Catholic Association for International Peace, in Washington. Among thdse participating were, Dr. Francl E, McMahon (left), Assoeiatlon president; Adolf A. Berle, Jr. (right) Assistant Secretary of State, who addressed the luncheon meeting, and Monsignor Michael J. Ready (center), Geieral Secretary of the Natlona'l Catholic Welfare Conference, who introduced Mr. Berle, ,, Renl Newsphoto. (N.C.W.Q.) manage their own credit pro- ducers' and consumers' processes and transportation. As the immediate needs and ur- gent necessities were propose: (1) Urban people must urge their representatives in Washing- ton to understand the farm-pro- duction situation and uphold the President and the Farm Security Administration in their effort to aid the lower two-thirds farm families, who will thereby be able to produce more. (2) Urban people must join in the demand for living wages and decent living conditions for the mobile farm laborers, no matter who they are or where they come from. (3) During the war emergency, urban people must change some of their pet consumers' demands, that is certain colors in eggs or oranges, sizes in potatoes, fancy packaging, and so forth. Labor should be employed now in pro- duction of essentials,, and not in useless frills. (4) Abide by rationing regula- tions. If you cheat, you cheat yourself. It is not only unsocial and sinful but stupid as well. If we haven't any bacon, it' our fault. If we "lose our democ- racy, it will be our fault. The Value of a Mass: All the honors which angels, by tkeir homages, and men, by penances, mortifications and other holy works, have ever given to God do not weigh as much as the glory given to the Lord of Heaven and earth by a single Mass. St. Alphonsus Liguori. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER Chiropractor Pathometrlo Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Mxpor- lense es a Grad- uate Norse Phone s-sel ale E. Sth Little Rich, Ark. TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY $. & B. "SPRATOX" ; It is just the remedy to check it quickly and if used in time will often prevent it and other troubles that follow a cold. We are mailing it out every day, why can't we mail you an autfit--75e complete and guaranteed to satisfy SNODGRASS & BRACY --Advertisement STANDARD ICE COMPANY of Arkansas Little Reck No. IAttie Reck Cabot Brlnkley Beeho "Pin0 Bluff Derails Bluff Catholic Poet's Work In Army Newspaper Dubuque, Is. (E) -- Poems of John P. Mulgrew, "Jazbo of Old Dubuque," author of the weekly column "And Life Goes On," ap- pearing in The Witness, official newspaper of the Archdiocese of Dubuque, have been published in The Stars a.nd Stripes,._ Army newspaper. Many of these re- published poems appeared orig- inally in The Witness. Plumbing And Heating * REPAIR SPECIALIST GEe. M. WOODS Call 2-3342 Little Rock ORRISO N M THE IIATI a .LADIES AND HATS MEN'S CLEANED AND BLOCKED 523 Main St. Ph. 9978 HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Company Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING 321 West Capitol Phone 6153 Little Rook, Arkansas Reliable--Satisfactory I + II IIII CHARLES M. TAYLOR at Traux Field, Madison, Wis., has been received here from Corpl. Bernard H. Florack, an advanced radio student, who particularly described the success of a Mission conducted at the reservation by the Rev. Charles Clark, S. J. "Day after day during the Mis- sion," Corpl. Florack's letter stated, "the Chapel was crowded but on Holy Saturday and Easter Sunday, the Chapel was so full Ahat the dream of every priest came true, that is, to have so many !people in Church that they have to sit on the steps of the altar itself. Those who went to Con- fession and Communion were countlesS." Corpl. Florack, who is 23, is a resident of Rochester and oc- casionally contributed to the Dio- cesan newspaper there. Religion attaches the emotions and passions of man to lofty ob- jects, and thus purifies, chastens and consecrates them. The Holy Bible No. I No. 6 No. S Douay Version Size 5 5/8 x 8 inches, 1300 pages Contains 14 maps of the Holy Land and 4 page family records. Qtndings number 3, 4, 5, and 6 also contain 3 pictures of biblical events. $ * Supplementary Features A.--A double index. B--Indul- gence prayers before and  after reading The Holy Bible, and data regarding indulgences granted for the reading of the Sacred Scrip- tures. 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