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::;: PAGE TWO  THE GUARDIAN, MAY 21, 1954 L . urugg,sr ANNa,Is V'l00orrnaos, OrdinatiOn Rites At Sul00iaco I:,eld Mass Un A Groups For Failure Of Action Elevates Five To Priesth Grounds Cerumen Poj On Menace Of Printed Filth ' 0rdeCs75th lubil00 Ko e ,. Stanley, Wis. (E)--In a letter to here, said his letter was intended in drug stores should be stopped Fort Smith. -- An estimated Other members Ltican City. all pharmaceutical organizations as a challenge to "what is called now, voluntarily or by law, but crowd of 1000 took part in the prescnt were: theI llisrn. Giv and publications of the nation, a the 'professionalism of phar- out' organizations should be back Pontifical Mass offered by His Nahlcn, Abbot of YChrlstians ,.. ' drug store owner has declared mary.' " He continued: "At our (f such a movement so that we Excellency, the Most Rev. Bishop abbey; Rev. Edm that "in the eye of the public, local, district, state and national who do not want such junk have on the campus of St. Scholastiea from the diocese was sent by 'the drug store' is becoming the meetings, it is inevitable that the a 'strong arm' to use when the convent-academy, Fort Smith, Texas; Roy. Josept r the,r t, , purveyor of filth" because of the assurance that we belong to a pro- same is used against us." Monday evening, May 10. John Kordsmeicr, obscene literature menace, fessional group is made a topic in Mr. Gisvold expressed to his The occasion was a demonstra- McDonnell, Rcv. I II rench, G Thmvas A. Gisvold, owner of a program. In our journals, of fellow druggists the hope "that a tion of honor to Our Lady during Roy. Joseph Costa, 1he Gisvold Rexall Drug Stores fessionalismall descriptionS,is theever'mark'kept OfbeforePro- againstrecgnizablefilth, movementnow, "in ouriS begundrug this Marian Year and also corn- Mueller, O.S.B., 'p us. In spite of all this, we are stores, by us." incinerated the 75th anniversary Fisher, O.S.B, Re . ro ,, , failing badly." : :, of the Benedictine Sisters of St. O.S.B., Rev. Alcui$ gra Scholastica's convent in the Little Rev. Andrew Were iion HERB PREPARES Mr. Gisvold reminded his fen ,a] her L [[[['me|'x Rock diocese. John Walbe, O.S j low druggists that "we may call Assisting His Excellency as  Hoedebeck, O.S.B.I i R Lunches for Parties, ourselves professional . . . but, officers of the Mass were the fol- lumban Kannitzer, e ee d Brbeeues and Special if the public does not recognize lowing: .deacons oi: honor, Rex*. Is. Hol, Otto Butterbach and Rev. James had a 1: 00e,00lected Head o,o, o.s.B.; deacon, Roy. Sam- ual Delaney, C.S.Sp.; subdeacon, FirsI La borer, Rev. James Evans; arch priest, Df Carmelites Very Rev. Maurus Gerke, O.S.B. fT"::: intention Rev. Benedict Buergler O.S.B. Rev. Bruno Fuhrmann, o.S.B. Roy. Nl'ihelas Fuhrmann, 'O.S.B. master of ceremonies, Very Rev. Msgr. Joseph Murray; assistant of HartI SUBIACO master of ceremonies, Rev. Josep! Milan; narrator, Rev. R a 1 p h .q (Continued from page 1) Bauer. and rais of 1948 and the following year Rev. Walter Clancy and Mr. Words: 'h made his first profe.sion of re- James E. Murphy, from St. John's the P ligious vows. He will offer his seminary also assisted in the cere- by i Mr. Gisvo]d called it a "shame first solemn Mass at St. Boniface monies, the fi: ,, ,, that a druggist in Minneapolis had Church in Fort Smith on May 23. Speaker for the occasion was BUd read " to appeal to the Governor for Assisting will be Father Thomas Roy. Edward Maloy of Fayette- help in action against magazine Buergler as assistant priest, Fah- rills. Using as his theme the joined distributors who force this filth er Luke as deacon, Father Boni- Blessed Mother, Father pointed church upon those who will not sell it." face as subdeacon, and Fatler out that Mary is the "mother par the them "Just where are our pharma- Peter Sharum master of cere- excellence" and that her powerful ceutical organizations, the pro- monies. The sermon will be de- influence as Mother of God and teeters of professionalism, when livered by Father Luke. Queen of Heaven should inspire hell) is needed?" Mr. Gisvold Father Bruno Fuhrmann, O.S.B. her children to ever-increasing continued. "The sale of all filth Father Bruno Fuhrmann is the devotion to and confidence in her. At the end of the Mass, Bishop Kelly Motors, Inc. son of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Fuhr- Fletcher also addressed the as- verse 400 Center Little Reek, Ark. D aYe mann of Lin.dsay, Texas, and is sembly, congratulating the Sisters flag w Service All Makes eanery /the second of his family to enter on their 75 years of work in the M ti With I religious life at Subiaco. An diocese, assuring them of a con- Reasonable Charges ee ng older brother, Brother Michael, is tinued remembrance in his pray- was b. Trustworthy Service also at the abbey. Father Bruno era, and urging all the faithful to Paris Host ,ecoived his elementary education renew their dedication to the at St. Peter's School in Lindsay Paris.--St. Joseph's Paris, was and entered the scholasticate at Roy. Stephen Eekart, O.S.B. Roy. Bernard Sehumacher, O.S.B. Mother.of,Him: Who is the source First layman Subiaco in high school. He en- of all blessings. Epsilon Sigma, host to the Deanery meeting of the Little Rock.Vcry Rev. Felix tercd the novitiate in 1948 and Mas... Assisting Father Nicholas the son of Mr. and Mrs. August Twelve Knights of Columbus of lic honor Subiaco Deanery, Sun.:iay May 9. DaPrato, O.C.D., has been chosen made his first profession of vows will be Father Joseph Fuhrmann Schumacher, Rhineland , Texas, the Fort Smith council formed a Garrett, (abe Vanness Pen Shop President Betty Lou Schwartz in Chapter Mcetin convened by in 1949. Assisting at his first assistant priest; Father Alois received all of his elementary and guard of honor to His Excellency, St. Michael's called the meeting to order, and the Carmelite Fathers of this Pro- Mass in St. Peter's Church in Fuhrmann, .deacon; Father Bruno high school education at the the Bishop, in the procession of CIGAR LIGHTERS Fr. Placidus Eckart, O.S.B., led vince May 8 to 10, to continue for Lindsay, May 23, will be Father Fuhrmann, subdeacon, and Father Rhineland parochial and public the clergy to the specially-built Park, Vt., the opening prayer. There were the next three years as Prior of Conrad Herda, ssistant priest; David Flusehe, master of cerc- school. During World War II he altar erected on the campus for S o rio t y ot FR 4-3156 approximately 80 members pros- the Carmelite Novitiate at Mary-Father Leo Koesler, deacon; Fath- monies, served with the United States atl' the occasion. (N( ls obtain( 207 Main Little Rock ent. Margaret Woerner, treasurer, lake and Provincial of the Third er Nicholas Fuhrmann, subdeacon, Father Stephen Eekart, O.S.B. force and came to Subiaco after In keeping with the Marian praY---"s' reported having $175.18 in the Order of Carmel. i Father David Flusche, master of Father Stephen Eckart is the his discharge to beginhis studies theme, white and blue satin was treasury. Father Raymond Donohue, of ceremonies. The sermon will be son of Mr. and Mrs. John Eckert for the priesthood. He entered used for the canopy, drapes and Shampoo S The following delegates gave Corsicans, Texas, is the new Pro- delivered by Father Vincent Orth, of Subiaco. Father Stephen re- the novitiate with the others in an, tependium of the altar. A large Of New College[L-zix ceived his elementary education his class in 1948 and has advanced .statue of Our Lady was also on- Immaculata, . / " C.Y.o.their reportconventionOn the heldSixthinAnnuaILittle Foix,Vincial'whoSUCCeedingduring Fatherhis yearsEVariStas Father Nicholas Fuhrmann., O.S.B. at St. Benedict's School, Subiaco, with them to the priesthood, shrined to the right of the altar, maculate .College"k Rock, April 24th and 25th: Eddie Provincial has boo'me'well known Father Nicholas Fuhrmann, a and in high school was in the Father Bernard is offering his first In addition to the novitiate electric hair thdri gr otlg" t Zuniga, Subiaco Academy; Helen and loved throughout the States eousin of Father Bruno, is the son scholasticate at the academy, solemn Mass at St. Joseph's choir and Academy Glee club, ap- rsprays when they Duerr, Subiaco; Anna Rose Lens- of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Texas of Mr. and Mrs. William Fuhr- Father Stephen offered his first Church in Rhineland May 20. proximately 300 children from 14 let Hall, a new ing, Shoal Creek; Leslie Harder which constitute this Province, mann of Lindsay, Texas. He and solemn Mass at Subiaco May 18 As:;isting will be Father Matthew schools conducted by the Bene- for which AND ar..J Bernard Concannon, Subiaco both by personal acquaintance Father Bruno have been class- and was honored with a .dinner in Wiederkehr, assistant priest; Fath- dictine Sisters joined in singing broken here. Academy. and through his fine articles ap- mates since the beginning of their the Subiaco Academy refectory er Herman Redder, deacon; Fath- the Gregorian Tenth Mass. During The four-storYvm,,.- Baseball and softball line up is pearing in the Little Flower schooling at St. 'Peter's in Lind- and in the evening by a program er Stephen Eckart, subdeacon; and the processiori a four-part ar- hall will includer. 11) AND B] to be completed by June lst,. magazine, say. Father Nicholas also has an by the students of St. Benedict's Father Fabian Diersing, master of rangemept ,Of the Magnificat was equipment, plus ;th - which will give every other Sun ......  older brother who is a member Father Fehx has announced that of the aibe Brother Hen - =e School. Assisting him at his first ceremonies. The sermon will be sung[ anti at the offertory, the a kitchenette an",'aone I day off. All groups, both boys since he has' been . reappoiflted, wil" " Y' . . . r, ,. Mas were Father Placidus Eck: delivered by Father Michael. Lens- 'A' arig. rranged L,, LW. " P '- IA; uil.d.irg is, .o..9:' ,. and girls, should have their team 3Inns ale be/n corn let ....  t oer his Hrs wtass at 'St Daley: .....  constructiorl j6bS  'I " g P ect o me , . . . art, assistant priest; Frater Kevin ing..' ,z,e'd,.by then, and send the , __ ___] ber 5,ne] ,.. 'ehrirda?er " ?:knegrs Peters m Lindsay on May 23 in Watkin:s, deacon; Father HHary names and line up of their play- y o a unique joint observance with Filiatreau, subdeacon and Frater era to Richard Stingel, Athletic and 7 nf hi ,,. ,vh r,, [Father Bruno. Father Bruno's Victor Gil]espie, master of cere- Chairman. It was agreed upon .......... .' ............... Smith ,r:SSsaleg.nlOa,t- " ..... I Mass wfll be offered m the morn- monies. The sermon was delivered Pa|tonize For| that boys and girls of the same 1 eoeas,Ds.'[ing. A dinner and reception will by Father Augustine Linbeck. club would play the boy# and girls ,-,,a r--;+ ....... r.. _l.'./be held in the parish hall, and at Father Bernard Sehumacher, :" of the other club on the same ...c_h ,ur,,,.,=o ...... ,,'S ,u'. u,x., our 'n the afternoon Father Nmh-' zyzu... utusa, ann merezole .... elaN will offer his first Solemr Sunday. This arrangement Would I O.S.B. provide transportation for both. the theme of the Congress--Pray-, Father Bernard Schumacher er--is deemed particularly ap- The evening of fun consisted of propriate, ri h M bed : games, stunts, and dancing. Four Diamond, Spiritual Director of the /B  Chlora=t  Father Charles S. Ft. Smith Pa s ass Sc ules g  alO East Nlath B couples from Charleston were /l One Bishop Sheen TV Show 1 [' Strsst l present to teach the group how to Little Rock Congregation of Ter-/   H,,, ImmacRlate Conception diction. Relic of St.  LRtls R=  square dance. They were: Mr.i tiaries' is scheduled to give the Head Of Garrison Avenue Confessions on Saturday: 8:30--- Benediction. :!  ; Arana, []and Mrs. Henry Barry; Mr. and opening conference. Sunday.: 6, 8, 10, 11:15. 5:80: and 7:30---8:30. ConfessionS: ::i,:,  Ph. FR 2-26S4 B Mrs. HenrYeveningDOnberger; Mr. and The last Third Order Cngress'/'/ Added u""p To ,u'" 00-onvers ons,'t oy gays: 6, 8,.12:05.. St. John's ChUrCh fore all Holyl  Houss eadls [Mrs. A1 R'iable; Mr. and Mrs. Otto held at Marylake soon after the wee gays: y a nurcn and 7 1822 North 8th Street and before all OiBsN Woerner. novitiate was established in 1952   Mads H/ The climaxed with Fr. was well attended by Tertiaries | atMercy Villa. " Sunday: 7:30, 10. Tuesaay: 7:80 P.. :Miraculous Week Days: 8. St. Boniface P]acidus giving a blessing, from all parts of this province/| Retur Of [ s t Medal Nvena" Flrst Friday:8. Communion, 6.45. 210 North 18th S[V[ITH and many points throughout the n 00nS00rl C00th00l,00 ,eot,o, with sermon and Bene- Confessions before all Masses. Sunday: 6, Holy Days: 6, country and present indicatlons/ ' .,.,s,g-, ,m, .,,sssa  Week Days, [aRING. q W I are that the interest is even mre [ Tiffin, O. O0--Victor Mclntyre, Msgr. R. i. Kinnane, to take in - "- Christ The King Parish and8. ,   widespread at this time. Father|a welder, . story this structions. The next evening, 1} starts' the ' ' ' i South Greenwood Avenue Saturday: 6 andJ' e Lend Money on Real Estate Felix expects the attendance tO/way: when he told his wife where he . Sunday: 7, 8:30, 10, 11:30. Friday: 7:30 p.l.,: O Wl: RICHTER, Ill BOB BROWN Holy Days: 8:30, 8, 10, 11:30. Sorrowful Mother... B " TAYLOR & exceed 200. "I was all by myself one night, Provincials, their Councillors lwatching television. The others was going, Mrs. McIntyre went Week Days: 8:15. year Novena ser , 0CK ll'lCs (Definitors), and local Priors are |had gone out. I always watch al0ngThe tOO.score of that evening alone First, Friday:. 8:15. schoOlconfessions:Children. Sl  F]  Telephone' F'R 4-1631 Ill elected at the same time through- NEISLAR 'Tuesday at 7:30 P.M. Perpetual Thursday before* t11 LUFF Bishop Sheen. He had a story on by the television set totals up like ' NOvena in Honor of Our Lady of 6; 7:15--9. .out the Order, the elections bein that night and I just ot to. th!lk- this: held every three years. Miradulous Medal, Veneration of This Province was founded in ing about it. I deer:led he'had The three youngest McIntyre Refrigeration Service ,. 1914 from Spain, the mother house something for us and we sh0tild childrenNorma Jean, stx; Rich- being at Valencia. This is the; go after it." , , t ..... first time in the history of this The next Sunday, Mrl McIntyre, ard, four, and Larry, five months were baptized in late March. Mr. I'ovinee that a native American without a word to his wife, a MeIntyre and his six Older chil- | In Fort Smith's Smartest lllWLe D ug St lapsed Catholic, drove to St. clren--Yvonne, 19; Charles, 18; Homes a Rug or Carpet Economy Downtown r ore has been elected to serve as its Mary's parish rectory. He made Kathryn, 15; Arthur, 13; Joseph Provincial. from Alford's has the Floo .: arrangements with the pastor, 11, and Robert, eight--were bap_ 00[]00orc[A lr 1'8 The City's Leading Prescription Druggists ORDINATION - .: : tized a month later.  : The evening of his baptism, Mr. Fast  Accurate  Dependable (Continued from page 1) will be assisted at ceronies of l"eIntyre and his wife walked up late Henry O'Donnell. Ordination by The Rt. leV, Msgr. the aisle and repeated their mar- Prescription Specialists His first Solemn Mass will be James E. O'Connell, Rector of St. ,riage vows before the altar and [ The House of Carpet 1395 celebrated on Pentecost Sunday, John's Seminary who will serve Monsignor Kinnane. Nineteen 109-0 Lexington "The House of 2,500,000 Prescriptions" June sixth, at the Church of The as Archpriest. years earlier; they had elooed and Dial $-7236 Seven Dolors of Our Lady in Chaplains to the Bishop will be gone through a civil ceremony. Fort Smith, Ark. Fort Smith 700 Main St. Phone FR 4-5526 Wyndmoor. The officers of the Father Lawrence P. Graves and Family opposition had led to the Mass will be Rev. George W. Tri- Father John E. Murphy. elopement. bou, Deacon; Rev. James T. Dolan Monsignor Joseph A. Murray, Next day at the factory, Mr. Subdeacon. The Archpriest will Chancellor of the Diocese will be McIntyre passed out cigars. Fel- be The Rev. John E. Lorenz, PaN- Master of Ceremonies. Assistant low workers, knowing full well tor of the Church of the Seven Masters of Ceremonies and minor that Mrs. Mclntyre had become D o 1 o r s and Rev. Charles S. officers will be selected from the the mother of No. 9 five months V.A. GRAMLICH  , Diamond will preach the sermon. : Seminarians at St: John's. before, wanted to know why. Father Simpson Public Invited They were perplexed as Mr. Me- CONTRACTOR Now you can have weattler Intyre explained: "These are for Quality Built Commercial Buildings A Father Edward E. Simpson. is The Rector of St. John's Semi- our wedding. We got married Homes and Remodelings from Brockton, Massachusetts, nary has extended an invitation Saturday. son of Mr. and Mrs. William C. to the public to join the families 220 North Albert Pike Simpson. the way you want it! Besides Bishop Fulton J. Sheen, Fort Sm.Zth, Arkansas and friends of the newly ordained Auxiliary of New York, one other His first Solemn Mass will be priests at the Cathedral cere- Catholic put Catholicism in Mr. celebrated on Pentecost Sunday, monies on ordination day. "w|th '  ....... June sixth, at St. Edward's Par- McIntyre's mind. When he came C '' ish in Brcktn" The fficers f Since *dinatin t the priest- frm Wrld War II' Mr' McIn- LA the Mass will be Rev. Cornelius hood pertains to the Church itself tyre couldn't find a house in Tif- onsumers Warehouse Heery, Deacon; Rev. Robert Shea representing the presence of Christ fin. To the rescue came Albert WESTiKGHOUSE Subdeacon. The Rev. James A. among us, Monsignor O'Connell Slingwine, father of eight. He In the Heart of The Grand Donoghue, Pastor of St. Edward's, said, all people are invited to wit- sold Mr. McIntyre a six - room  AIII and Suburban Shopping Center all year round will be Archpriest and will preach hess the impressive rites of Holy house for $1,800---no down pay- the sermon. Orders. / . ment, no interest, just straight $30 $. Fort Smith Father Zarrilli Ordination is the extensmn of a month for 60 months. Mr. I00oom Air Conditioners Father Frederick B. Zarrilli is the "unbroken chain of the priest- Slingwine was a member of St. i You'll I    ' ( from Springfield, Pennsylvania hood," he pointed out, "which Aloysius parish in neighboring r, m For your lr- conditioning the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony reaches back to the Apostolic Republic, Mr. McIntyre recalled. Adjustable draft-free grilles needs, see u for estimates times." At one part of 'the eere- mma     "  that Include everything- O. Zarrilli. Their conversions had varied ig/ah:lmaahlm unit costs, installation, ser- He will celebrate his first mony, this is symbolized by the effects for the two oldest McIn- Comfort Control vice--on one bill. Qualified Solemn Mass on Pentecost Sun- attending clergy who, with right tyre children. Yvonne had been lma.Dmcdfrcalg T .,14 E A gl personnel can help you beat day, June sixth, at Holy Cross hands raised, stand in a semi- dating a young man who now lh$Omiti.WrttteaOlaanu Jo,e Breen Cools-Dehumidifies.Heats the heat with Westinghouse Church in Springfield. Officers 'circle around those upon whom wants to take instructions him- Aplprovl b T the Amemlca   . Cecd Cleavenger ll Room Air Conditioners. for the Mass will be Rev. Lan- Holy Orders are being conferred, self. Charles gave up keeping AssodatoL == company with a girl because she Louis Webh Barry TO YOUR ND FOI Ol WestinghousSuppllerFagan Air Conditioning Co. drino Colavincenzo, Deacon; "Rev. "To the carnal man, the one objected to his two evenings a Lewis Phillips FIRE -- CASUAtTY Joseph Gulutzo, Subdeacon; Mr. rule that determines what he shall week at the reetory for instruc- INSURANC|' Capitol Ref atio Co Vincent Smith, Master of Cere- understand, ts daily experience, tions. The two and their Father PHONE 2-9431 Pat Ferrarl Slll'l] r r n monies. The Rev. Louis J. Meyer, What they are accustomed to see, received their First Holy Corn- : Pastor of Holy Cross Parish will they believe: what they are un- munion side by" side. The next -616 No. C Street C L E A V E N O E R & B O 1024 West 7th FR 4-1376 serve as Arehprlest and will accustomed to see, they do not four children will continue in- Fort Smith Ark. 9-S South 6th St. Ft, preach the sermon, believe. But God works miracles lstructions during religious vaca- ' : Frank Chanmock Owner Manager Officers at Ceremonies outside the ordinary course, be- tion school and receive their First *In*'M!!itry'"  Servloe ...... His Excellency, Bishop F/etcher cause He is God." S t. Aul[$tine: !Hqly Communio n in August. Occasions this position, then we are noth- "You will note that of reccnt times in the press, the drug store :]C is always mentioned as one of the [  I surees f bscene reading ma-. i' terial that falls into the hands of i youth, viz., quote: 'Ten cents,' says Senator William A. Purtell  | Ml'hsaAr ,'_eee& | | 100 N. Van Buren | of Connecticut, 'will buy your child a short course in murder, .., ""-""  " mayhem, robbery, rape and worse in comic books.' " r