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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 13, 1938 PAGE SEVEN Lauds Work ).As a repre- Holy Father, His Most Rev. Amleto Apostolic United States, ox- to the Knights "for what they have What they are ac- what they will i and country, es- benefit of youth teXaraple of Christian a dinner tendered him C. on the occasion meeting here of Board of Directors. the opportunity gratitude and deep Your many fine serv- er religion," the addressed the as follows: to demon- of Communism you raost commendable ttoly Father's En- Commu- ,Office in Rome officers of a Order of Catholic country, I am sure have been deeply recent announce- Holy Father had office of Cath- Rome, under the of Cardinal and stimulate and of Catholic Ac- the world. No action of the Holy the laymen with many opportuni- actual combatants And I am Ifmights of Co- Your wise and will be eager in the service o the United our Holy Fa- of Catholic Ac- of the laity of the Hierarchy' in this great of the Holy to express Knights of Co- they have ac- they are ac- What they will aUd Country, es- benefit of youth of Christian Page 2) church cere- Sodalists and visitors break- Hotel. deliberative sea- Were occupied eXception of time a brief recess at reading and dis- subjects were: Elders and Mary Edna High, Jones- and Youth," Catholic We to Amuse ItUrley, St. An- "This Question Sloan, Subiaco "Influence of Non-Catholics," Scholastica's, DUring Court- Porbeck, Mt. Little Rock the Economic Little Rock Pet- Holy Angels' Pope and Sacred "Is the Me?" Pas- s, Fort Smith; in Our Grummer, "Our Chas. Subiaco to Help the Fran- Angels' High, fifth session the following from our May 7. let. Smith: You and the now as- from all I am sure an inspiration and will be of person- in general. / NEW ORDINARY RECEIVES PALLIUM In Sacred Heart Cathedral, Newark, April 27, His Excellency tha Most Rev. Amleto Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic Deleg'atc to the Jnited Stotes, officiated at the solemn conferring of the Pallium upon the ?!ost Rev. Thomas J. Walsh (right), first Archbishop of Newark. ,Among the 5,000 persons present were 38 members of the Hierarclq. St. Mary's Alumnae to Sponsor Hooked Ru9 Exhibit on May 19 Little Rock. -- The Mount St. Mary's Alumnae will sponsor a hooked rug exhibit in the St. Mary's auditorium on Tuesday, May 17, from 2 until 10 p, m. A tango party will be held in connection with this exhibit start- ing at 8 and continuing through- out the evening. Several door prizes, including a hook rug de- sign from the studio of Kappy Meal, will be awarded during the afternoon and evening. There will be an admission charge of 25c. Over 100 lovely hooked rugs made by women both of Little Rock and over the state will be exhibited. All the designs are copies of Colonial rugs with spec- ial adaptations of some museum rugs originated by Kappy Meal. Rare and expensive pieces of needlepoint together with period furniture will be used to make an appropriate setting for the dis- play of the hooked rugs. Several arrangements of color- ed rugs grouped together to bring out the twentieth century color schemes will be featured. Lovely pieces of antique furniture, old china and glassware will help to revive the beauty of former days. The entire process of rug hook- hag, from the bare burlap to the beautifully finished rug, will be demonstrated during the after- noon and evening. The original treatment of early American hook- ed rugs together with the best grade of modern burlap, a needle especially designed to be used with old material, rug supplies, binding and suitable material for hooking will be on display. A group of lovely unfinished rugs will also be shown. A special feature of the after- noon will be a beautifully ap- pointed tea. Crystal and old china will adorn the tea table. Chairmen who will be in charge of the exhibit are: Mrs. J. J. Healey, Mrs. C. A. Roth, Mrs. Kappy Meal, Mrs. J. J. Truemper Mrs. Jeff J. Raley, Mrs. George F. Porbeck, Mrs. Robert Sharp and Mrs. James I. Madigan. Please convey to them my blessing and assure them of my interest in the work they are doing." (Signed) John Baptist Morris, Bishop of LitHe Rock. Other messages were received from the Catholic Daughters of America and St. Anne's Alumnae. A very amusing entertainment styled "Major Hoople Party" was featured on the stage auditorium in the evening. On Sunday morning at 10:30 the sodality members met for the last session: final reports and the read- ing of resolutions, which had been drafted by the following selected representatives of schools: Mary Louise Jordan, St. Anne's; Johanna Rockenhaus, St. Scholastica's; Marjorie Mahoney, Mt. St. Mary's, Little Rock; Frank Borden, Cath- olic High, Little Rock; Betty Ma- son, Holy Angels', Jonesboro; Carl Pinter, Sacred Heart, Morrilton; Marie Endertin, St. Joseph's, Con- way; Clara Sonderegga, St. Ignat- ius, Scranton; Frank Borden, as Bill Aimed Against Practice of Film 'Block-Booking' Washington. (E).--"Block-book- ing' and "blind selling" in the distribution of motion picture films would be prohibited by a resolution introduced in Congress by Representative Andrew Edmis- ton, of West Virginia. The measure would bar from interstate commerce films rented on a "block-booking" basis, and to prevent "blind selling" would require distributors to provide ex- hibitors with a synopsis detail- ing the plot and method of treat- ment, setting forth any scene or dialogue referring to vice, crime or suggestion of sexual passion. If the motion picture, when released is substantially different from the synopsis provided before the is leased, the exhibitor is given the right to cancel the lease with- chairman of the committee, pro- out liability and to maintain an posed the resolutions, action for any damage suffered. S ...... the lFailure to provide a synopsis, or cnool represenmuons zor I. o " su " a f ' " e Kn wingty pplying alse sy- rally were: Mr. St. Mary s, Ltttl ..... i -- - .... " ........... Co I nOpsls woula Incur a x ne oi a,- fCocK lster iv1 ivlarK, lser - ^ .... .'. .. . '. ......... ,_, i uuu, or a year's imprisonment, or cmmma lviarle, u smaenus, o v**-i_ ._ tors; Little Rock Catholic High, IDm" Rev. M. F. Donovan, 17 students, two visitors; Subiaco High, Rev. Father Ignatius, Rev. Father A1- cuin, 23 students; Holy Angels' Academy, Jonesboro, Sister M. Cecilia, Sister M. Patricia, 13 stu- dents, three visitors; St. Joseph's High, Conway, four students; Sac- red Heart High, MorrUton, four students; St. Meinrad's, Prairie View, our students; St. Ignatius, Scranton, two students; St. Scho- lastica's Academy, Fort Smith, the high school faculty, 70 students; St. Anne's Academy, the faculty members, 10 students. Total num- ber of students attending 307; out- side visitors, 12; former students of St. Anne's and St. Scholastica's, 20. C.-U. Student Gets Scholarship Washington. 0O.--William A. Kozumpllk of St..Albans, Long Island, N. Y., a graduate student at the Catholic University of America, has been awarded a Fel- lowship valued at 800 at the Uni- versity of Chicago for the aca- demic year 1938-39. Three years ago, Mi'. Kozumplik was award- But One Catholic CCC Chaplain for Hawaii Honolulu. (EL--There is but orm Catholic Civilian Conservation Corps chaplain in the territory of Hawaii, and he holds no com- mission from the United States Government. He is the Rev. Greg- ory Rottier, SS. CC., whose labors are performed in the Kau section of the island of Hawaii, largest the Hawaiian group. Periodically he celebrates Mass and attends to the spiritual needs of members of the CCC at Hawaii National Park in the vicinity of Kllauea volcano. Mass is cele- brated at the United States Army recuperation center there. CCC camps on the islands of Oahu, Maui, and Kauai are so situated that their members may attend church services in near-by vil- lages. Lolar- sity, twice ed a Knights of Columbus Scholar- ship at the Catholic University, which has been renewed since that date. ENVOYS BELIE LEFTIST CLAIMS ,, Monthly Letter Of N. C. C. W. Head Asks for Prayers Hot Springs, Ark.  In the monthly letter of the president of the Mational Council of Cath- olic Women, Mrs. Juanita Blas-i chke calls attention to the latest I broadcast program given every! Saturday morning over the NBC Blue Network from 11 to 11:15 o'clock. The subject for the program on the days of May are: "What Y o u t h Demands," May 14; "Strength Through Union," May 21; and "Christ in Us," May 28. Mrs. Blaschke congratulates the Jonesboro District No. 8, Mrs. Margaret Fairhead, president. She, also requests that all members of the Little Rock Diocesan Council say each day, during the month of Our Lady, the prayer to Our Lady of Good Counsel for the success of all work. Spanish Leftist propaganda in the United States has suffered crush'-: ing blows from the simple, direct statements of former United States: diplomats possessing authentic, first-hand knowledge of Europeart affairs: Irwin Laughlin (upper left), United States Ambassador to Spain from 1929 to 1933, told a Washington audience that atheism, Communism and religiolas persecution were the real causes of the Spanish civil war. and that the Nationalist uprising "was not a re- bellion against established government--good or bad--but an in- stinctive reaction of self-preservation of people who were bent on restoring social order when they saw that the Government had crumbled and was powerless to control tl% conflagration it 'had l!ghted." W. Cameron Forbes (upper right), former U. S. Ambassa- I oor to Japan, who visited Spain with Ellery Sedgwlck, Editor of the Atlantic Monthly. compared General France to George Washington, J and declared that Soviet Russia is behind the so-called Loyalists and that Moscow's aim ts to gain control first o2 Spain, then France and then the United States. Former U. S. Ambassador to Germany and a frequent visitor to Europe, James W. Gerard (center), said the' thinking people of France desire a victory for the Nationalist forces' n Spatn. Former Ambassador to Spain Ogden H. Hammond (lower' eft) said General France will re-establish law and order in Spain and then permit the people to choose their own form of government. 1 Col. Camnbell Turnel, (lower right), long in the U, S. dlplomaUo aervlce and for seven years a rosldent of the Iberian Peninsula, said] "Assertions such as 'are fiooding this country, that General France will set up a Fascist rcghne in Spain, constitute a colossal prepa- granda fraud." The ceremony of conferring Tonsure took place in the chapel of the Major Seminary on Satur- day morning, May 7, at 7 o'clock. His Excellency, our Most Rever- end Bishop promoted the following seminarians to the clerical state: Messrs. Albert Marchiano, Joseph King, Adam Micek, Francis Fitz- gerald, Leland Bolds for the Dio- cese of Little Rock; Messrs. Robert O'Neill, Joseph Hargarten and Vincent MieHickl for the Diocese of Grand Island, Nebraska; Messrs. Francis Eiseman and Charles Mc- Ginnis for the Diocese of Nash- ville and Mr. Anthony Isenbart for the Diocese of Oklahoma City- Tulsa. On Monday morning, May 9, in the Major Seminary chapel, His Excellency ordained to the Minor Orders of Porter and Lector the following students: Messrs. Joseph Milan, Amos Enderlin, Francis Fitzgerald, Thomas Kennedy, for the Diocese of Little Rock; Mr. Francis Lavin for the Diocese of Dallas; Mr. Vincent Mietlicki for the Diocese of Grand Island and I Mr. Edward Tuchek for the Dio- cese of Lincoln, Nebraska. And on Friday morning, May 13, His Excellency advanced the following seminarians to the orders of Ex- orcist and Acolyte: Messrs. Vin- cent Neppl and Lawrence Port- rey for the Diocese of Grand Is- land; Messrs. Paul McLaughlin, Francis McDevitt, Francis McKee, Rudolph Maus and John Bann for the Diocese of LitHe Rock and Mr. Francis Lavin for the Diocese of Dallas. His Excellency was assisted by the Right Rev. Msgr. Jas. P. Gaff- ney, archdeacon, the Rev. Francis S. Guy, Ph.D., John B. Scheper, S. T. D., and the Rev. Joseph Murray, chaplains; the Very Rev. Monsignori John J. Healy and Francis A. Allen were masters of -.eremonies, assisted by the stu- dents of the Home Missionary Seminary. The ceremony of ordination to the Sacred Priesthood will take place in St. Andrew's Cathedral on the feast of the Ascension of Our Lord, May 26. Third Issue of 'Ken' Banned as 'Indecent' Boston. (10.The third issue of the magazine "Ken" was banned ! here by the Police Commissioner because, he asserted, it contained and article exalting a life of vice. It was the fiftieth banned by the local authorities in the past three months. After protests against its circulation were filed with police headquarters by the Watch and Ward Society and others, the police censorship board read the offending article, term- ed it "indecent" and recommend- ed the banning of the issue. Washington. (E}---Sales of "Ken" were prohibited in Washington by order of District Attorney David A. Pine when complaints were re- ceived against its circulation in the District. The local distributor of the magazine withdrew the is- sue from news stands when Pro- secutor Pine suggested that in his opinion the article was "lewd and indecent." Prieat Named on Board To Arbitrate Strike Pittsburgh. 00.--The Rev. Carl P. Hensler, Assistant Pastor of St. Lawrence's church here and one of the organizers of the Catholic I Radical Alliance, has been named to serve on a three-man arbitra- tion board to negotiate an agree-i ment that, it is hoped, will end the threat of a strike of 2,700 street car and bus drivers. Father Hensler will represent labor. Employers will be repre- sented by C. D. Palmer, Commer- cial Manager of the Pittsburgh Railways Company. Regular Meeting Of Study Club At Morrison Bluff Morrison Bluff.The regular meeting of the St. Anthony's Study Club was held Thursday, May 5, with 22 members in attendmce. Joe Lensing, president, was in charge of the discussions which were given by Joe Schmitz, Joe Seiter, Mary Ahlert, and George Siebenmorgen. Rev. Stephen Hein- kele, O. S. B., pastor, was prsent at the meeting and discussed the topics of the evening. Grandfather, His Son and Grandson Serve at Mass London. (N:).A grandfather, his son and his grandson were among the altar-servers at St. Dunstan's church, Woking, near here, at the close of a week's mission. The grandfather, Mr. Stedman, and his son Bernard, had served regularly for 20 years. Now An- thony, aged four and one half, has ioined the altar-servers. Priest's Articles In Congress 'Record' Washington. (tC).--Three articles on "socialized medicine" written by a priest and originally printed in Catholic magazines have been read into issues of the Congres- sional Record. The articles are the work of the Rev. Dr. Joseph F. Thorning of Mr. St. Mary's Col- lege, Emmitsburg, Md. Two of them were printed in The Sign magazine and one in Light. Two of them were read into the Record by Senator David I. Walsh of Mas- sachusetts and one by Senator Millard F. Tydings of 1VLaryland. 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