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T Yu Pin Speaks Congress Group ng Chinese Act ashington. (E)--Appearing before the House Immigration Com- ,which is considering a proposal to repeal the Chinese Ex- Act, the Most Rev. Paul Yu Pin, Vicar Apostolic of Nanking, that unless favorable action is taken it "would be a to our morale in China," and it will bring "irreparable the Allied cause." Yu Pin declared that Chinese public opinion is united in of sincere friendship with the people of the United Grads. Into Assn. States and declared that the American Constitution; the basis and motive of this friendship, fur- nished the source of motive and inspiration for Sun Yat Sen, the founder of the Chinese Republic. He declared that 'the proposed repeal of the exclusion act has been publicized widely through the newspapers in China and ad- ded if the committee looked "un- favorably upon this bill before you today, then I assure you that my country and my people will not be able to understand. It would be a great blow to our morale in China; irreparable harm to the Allied cause." Bishop Yu Pin said "there is no doubt about the allied victory on the battlefield" but wondered whether "we will win the peace." He concluded: "The world of oppressed and invaded nations is scanning the horizon for light amid darkness, Twenty-one "Baby were received into the Alumni association Sun- Leo J. Krebs, vice Little Rock, presided at ceremony, with the Lensing, secretary, candidates. Speakers honoring the gradu- the Rev. Clement director of studies, P. Maus, head of the education "department, 'and the Rt. Rev. Paul president of the school. Edward Chrisman, Was toastmaster. All stressed loyalty to coun- alma mater, and Krebs THE GUARDIAN, MAY 28, 1943 Soldler-Priest Rev. John V. Mulvey, of Zanes- ville, O., served overseas with the U. S. Marine Corps in World War I, will be ordained a priest of the Society of African Missions, May 29 in Washington. He was the first student accepted by the So- -iety following the establishment )f its seminary in this country. for hope amid despair. They history of the as- are wondering what the future (NC.W.C.) since 1913, giving a for- holds, what the post-war world into its probable fu- will be like. They search here --, ,- ,,r'-raAua*:on ' 't be just a follower for evidence of the map of the der,"alumnithe five-times future; there, for indications of the trends of post-war social or- Good Counsel body advised. bers are: Frank Gor- der. NOw, amongst nations, )iaco, Edward Herlein, America is the light and the hope Held Mav 26th rlein, Helena, Martin of the world. What her govern- a, Texas, James Mur- Closing exercises for the eighth ment says or does now is of tre- Worth, Joseph Pala- mendous importance. Your hon- grade graduates of Good Counsel ,r Ridge, Frank Pc- orable committee plays a de-School were held Wednesday mtitown, Ralph Sacra, cisive part in evolving the po- night, May 26th in the school au- oseph Siebenmorgen, licies of the American Govern- ditorium. The program, in which , Joe Turk, Kansas ment. Gentlemen, be mindful of only the graduates took part, be- old Turrill, Dallas, oppressed and invaded peoples, gan with the Processional March Toland North Lit- They plead with you to champion hall to their places on the stage. Case, Little Rock, as the graduates filed through the their cause." Fort Smith, The numbers included: Hot Springs, = : : oLe'. 00uvw00AnJr--'-'- Allah's Holiday ...... Friml-Reigger Benton, Alfredo Chorus Bill Hayes, Sweet and Low .................. Barnby Urban Terbiet- Victorious In Chorala Reading W. G. Galligan, Raible, Victoria, .'Pr--'- Meet " Russian Dance ........... Englemann Piano Solo-Mary F. Suttor members inducting Little Rock. --At the track meet Garden of Roses .................. Ritter F. Elsken, John P. held at Catholic High School for Chorus Marre, 'Abe Sch- the parochial schools of Greater B. Ihle, Louis Seiter, Little Rock, St. Andrew's School Henry Anhalt, brought home 54 points to gain R. P. Maus, V. J. victory. Second place was won The class was then addressed by the Rev. Edward R. Maloy. Following the address diplomas were distributed. ; i Catholic OF DaughterSAMEmC00 meet will be here by Good Counsel with 39 points, and third place by St. Patrick's, with 15 points. Results were: Senior boys 60-yard dash: Kirchner, St. Andrew's; Cham- bers, St. Andrew's, Payne,' Good dun C I T Y Junior boys 660-yarad dash: Siebold, St. Patrick's; Margrave, CHALINGE St Andrew's; Greer, St. Andrew's TO Senior girls 60-yard dash: CATHOLIC A K E R Y Estes, Good Counsel; Massery, St. WOMANHOOil Andrew's; Hain, St. Andrew's. Arkansas Handle You Right" 00r-lvory Ilandle Co. tt00Pe, Arkansas Junior girls 60-yard dash: Viek, Good Counsel, Buddenberg, St. Andrew's; Lucas, St. Patrick's. Senior boys, three-legged race: Kirchner and Doyle, St. Andrew's; Schaufele and Finan, Good Coun- sal; Flanigan and Dearsaugh. Junior boys ttrce-legged race: Snider and Roberson, Good Coun- i sel; Greer and Kemp, St. An- !drew's; Bujarski and Siebold, St. Patrick's. Senior girls three-legged' race: Hain and Massery, St. Andrew's; Stuart and Gullett, St. Andrew's, Snider and Estes, Good Counsel. Junior girls three-legged race: Vick and Keith, Good Counsel; Buddenberg and Stuart, St. An- drew's; Hollenberg and Vestal, St. Andrew's. Senior boys relay: Good Coun- sel, St. Andrew's, St. Patrick's. Senior boys relay: Good Coun- sel, St. Andrew's St. Patrick's. Junior boys relay: St. An- drew's, St. Patrick's. Senior girls relay: St. Andrew's, Good Counsel, St. Patrick's. Junior girls relay: St. Patrick's, Good Counsel, St, Andrew's. CITIES SERVICE STATION Little Rock.--At the regular )usmess meeting of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court No. 1223, held Snday, May 23, the follow- ing officers were elected for the ensuing year: Grand Regent, Dr. Annie Bremyer; Vice Regent, Louise Malarcher; Prophetess, Mrs. Mary Griffith; Lecturer, Mrs. Josephine Severson; Moni- tor, Mrs. Alicia Schliep; Historian, Frances Wesson; Finnacial Secre- tary, Nora Miles; Treasurer, Mil- dred Imbeau; Sentinel, Helen Mc- Nierney; Organist, Mrs. Zita Byrne; Trustee, Mrs. Jtllia Brown- ing, Mrs. Anna Brugnone, Mrs. Marie Sharp and Mrs. Delphine Sutton. Installation will take place at the June meeting. :$ Benevolence Of Holy Father Praised Vatican City. (E) At a press conference inStockholm, the Fin- nish Minister to Sweden, former- ly his country's envoy at the Holy See, Dr. Grippefiberg, stated that Finland is deeply grateful to His Holiness Pope Plus XII for his benepolent interest in that coun- try. This information was con- tained in a dispatch carried by the KtPA news agency. Sid Bundy, Prop. Hope, Arkansas " PAGE SEVEN Cornelius Funeral Home Complete and Modern HOPE, ARKANSAS Graduates of St. Andrew's School Reading from left to right: Top row  Julia Ann Krallman Steve Battisto, James Browning, Ber- nard Heinze, Charles Dearsaugh, Patricia Hain; second row  Helen Booth, Hilda Massery, Pat Doyle, John Craighead, Otelia Drew, Anna Louise Lock; third row  Nicholas Kirchner, Augustine Hess, Rose Marie Stuart, Jack Savary, Mildred Chambers, Dick Watkins, and Hugh Chambers. Nineteen eighth grade gradu- shades, and the small boys will sanctuary before Benediction of non, Tommy Donahue, Robert ates will be awarded diplomas in wear white suits. The girl gradu- the Most Blessed Sacrament. Wise, Eddie Joe Hess, Leland St. Andrew's Cathedral during ates, wearing white formals, ac- Diploma bearers for the gradu- Jones, Jimmie Broderick, Theresa evening services on Sunday, May companied by diploma bearers ates are the 36. will march up the main aisle of Diploma bearers for the girls the church. The graduates will will wear long dresses of pastel receive their diplomas in the Cloth of Gold Standard fiift To Bishop At Guadalupe Basilica By C aries Betico Ignacio Rubio Mane recalled the Mexico City. (E)  The First days when he and the new Bishop Vicar Apostolic of Pando, the had been fellow-students at the Most Rev. Alonso Escalante, will Teresiano. The revolutionary take with him to Bolivia a cloth of gold standard bearing" the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. This gift, from the Chapter of the Basilica, will commemorate the new Bishop's ordination there last Sunday. The Most Rev. Miguel Dario Miranda, Bishop of Tulancingo, said in his sermon at the conse- cration ceremony that Bishop Escalante had had a great inspira- tion in "coming to the feet of the Virgin to receive the Pentecostal seal," and predicted that "the Queen and Patroness of America will accompany him and guide him in his missionary work." He also stressed the :significance of the consecration of a Bishop ledi- cated to the evangelization of the Indians in the shrine of the Virgin "who loves them so much." Bishop Escalante was born at Merida, Yucatan, December 24, 1906, of devoutly Catholic Mexi- can parents: Don Alonzo Esca- lante y Peon and Senora Alicia Bolio de Escalante. He received his early education at the Solegio Teresiano at Merid'a, but com- pleted his studies in the United States and entered the Mm;yknoll Society. He was ordained at Maryknoll on February 1, 1931, by the late Bishop John J. Dunn. Auxiliary of New York. Before becoming Superior of the Mary- knoll Missioners in Bolivia, he taught at Maryknoll College in the Diocese of Scranton and was spiritual director of the Seminary at Maryknoll. "Mission Work In Orient He founded the Chiao Tou mis- sions in Manchukuo and labored in the missions of Fushun, Sin Pin, Juwbhuva and Dairen. He estab- lished native clergy and left the missions in their hands when the present war forced him to leave Asia. z Bishop Escalante's ancestors lived at Valladolid, Yucatan, where in 1555 was born Pedro Sanchez de Aguilar who became IVicar of Santa Cruz de la Sierra l in Bolivia, and was the foremost writer that Yucatan produced. A banquet in honor of Bishop Escalante was held in the Capital's University Club. The Most Rev. Luis M. Martinez, Archbishop of Mexico, sat at his right and the Most Rev. James E. Walsh, Su- perior General of the Maryknoll Missioners, on his left. Don TALBOT'S DEPT. STORE "We Outfit The Family" Hope, Arkansas , HOTEL J. C. Penney CO. BARLOW Hope, Arkansas Hope, Arkansas following: Bobby Zackert, Ann Barre', Mona Em-, Massery, J i m m i e Ellington, merling, Angela Belotti, Jerry John Prince, Tommy Burns, Poat, Carolyn Keatts, Oarroll Ann Stoney Jackson, Tommy Heffer 7 Bray, and Betsy Weber. Resurrection Of Religious Freedom Pledged Boston. (E)Secretary of Navy Frank Knox in an address at the sixth annual dinner of the Mas- sachusetts Committee of the Na, tional Conference of Christians ciety. We have fought to win them. We are steadfast in our belief that humanity can and will improve with time and everlast- ing, unremitting effort; that the world is not doomed to suffer forever the scourge of war and more than the plagues of pestil- ence, and that a gentle Providence urges us upward and onward. We period having separated them, he said, they now met again after 30 years. During that period, he added, neither had forgotten the lessons learned at the Merida school, nor the virtues of the late Archbishop Tritschler. Bishop Escalanate, the speaker Said, is fol- lowing the noble tradition of Spain and continuing the work of the Spanish missionaries who from the sixteenth through the eigh- teenth centuries, preached the doctrine of Christ from Alaska to the Pampas. He concluded his address with greetings and good wishes from Bishop Escalante's old friends in Merida. Bond Between Americas Bishop Walsh spoke of the con- secration at Guadalupe was as a bond between North and South America, "not only geographically but spiritually," the link being "the Faith of Christ as revealed in the Catholic Religion which in- spired the discovery of America and is still the strongest bond for uniting all the peoples of the Western Hemisphere." Archbish- op Martinez said that the conse- cration at which he officiated, as- sisted by two Bishops from the United States, symbolized union among the Americans and also is a symbolic indication of the vic- torious emergence of all Americas from the present war. Senor AI- fredo Flores, Charge d'Affaires of the Bolivian Embassy, spoke in the name of the Bolivian Minister of Public Worship. and Jews, asserted the recent vic- tories of the United States, British and French forces in North Africa are but a beginning of the resurrection of liberty." "We are 'determined," he said, "to press on, shoulder to shoulder, in the West and in the East until our fluttering banners herald the resurrection of liberty, of con- science, liberty of speech, liberty of action and liberty of religion. "We believe in these freedoms. We believe that they are the foundation stones of the good so- believe that rational human be- ings have all fundamental things in common and can shape their destiny to God's good will." Archbishop Cftanee Dies In Rome Vatican City. (E) The Most Rev. Bartolomea Cattaneo, Canon of the Basilica of St. Mary Mahor, who was Apostolic Delegate to Australia from 1917 to 1933, is dead. 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