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June 22, 1936
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Page Six THE GUUARDIAN, JUNE 22, 1935 Catholic Pupils Win All 3 Essay Prizes (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Brooklyn.All three prizes offer- ed by the Sons of the American Revolution in New York State for essays by students in graduating classes of high schools were won by students of Catholic institutions. The subject was "The American Colleges at the Time of the Revolution." First prize went to Araceli Riera, Academy of St. Joseph, Brentwood, Long Island. It was the second suc- cessive year that a student of the academy won first prize. Adrlana Crescioni, of the Seminary of Our Lady of the Sacred Heart, Stella, Ni- agra, N. Y., won second prize, and Irene Humphrey, of St. Mary's Acad- emy. Dunkirk, won third prize. LORD MAYOR OF LONDON IS DECORATED BY POPE .... (By N. C. W. C. News Service) .... London--The Holy Father has con- ferred the honor of Knight Com- mander of the Order of St. Gregory the Great with star upon Sir Stephen Killik, Lord Mayor of London. His Holiness is also sending through the Archbishop of Westminster a gold medal to be presented to Sir Stephen. Sir Stephen Killik is the fifth Cath- olic to be Lord Mayor of London since the Reformation. Catholic School Pupil Takes 2nd Place in Nat'l Spelling Bee Washington, May 31.--A Catholic school boy placed second and four other students of Catholic parochial school participated in the finals of the National Spelling Bee held in this city on Tuesday. The competition is sponsored annually by newspapers of the country. After 18 other student spellers had been eliminated in the finals this week, Clara Mohler, of Coventry, 0., and Paul McCusker, of St. Mary's Parochial School in Niagara Falls N. Y. battled alone on the plaform for the national championship. Finally, however, Paul put an "e" in the wrong place in "interning" and Miss Mohler was declared the winner of the bee. By placing second, how- ever, Paul became in reality the na- tional boy spelling champion. Paul was qualified as a finalist by winning the regional championship for Western New York in the pre- liminaries. He is 13 years old and a pupil in the eighth grade of St. Mary's School in Niagara Fails. The regional contest from which he em- erged champion was sponsored by the Buffalo Evening News. He re- ceived a prize of $390 for placing second in the finals. Miss Mohler received $500. Other pupils of Catholic schools who participated in the finals are: A. Bernard Campbell, 14 years old, eighth grade of St. Joseph's Paro- chial School, Weehawken, N. J.; Mil- dred Welsh, 14 years old, eighth grade of St. Paul's Catholic school, Wilmington, Del.; Margaret Karle, 13 years old, eighth grade of Saint Mary's School, Rutherford, N. J.; and Ann Slifka, 13 years old, eighth grade of Holy Trinity Parochial school, Hartford, Conn. St. Thomas Aquinas Is Patron of Youth Truth, Deceny Drive (By N. C. W. C. News Service) New York.A national Catholic youth movement for truth and de -' cency will be inaugurated early this fall under the patronage of St. Thos. Aquinas. Pope Leo XlII declared the Angelic Doctor the Patron of all Catholic schools and scholars. In the encyclical, Etudiorum Du- cem, His Holiness Pope Plus XI urg- ed universal veneration and honor for the peerless leader of learning. The movement aims to effect a national ,solidarity of Catholic students for [sound learning and clean living. It will war against comunistic attacks and tendencies in student groups throughout the country. The Angelic Warfare, as this Aquinian movement is called, begins its nation-wide cam- paign on Wednesday, November 13, the Feast of the Patronage of Saint Thomas Aquinas. The movement, sponsored by The Torch, a national publication of the Dominican Fathers, will be directed by the Rev. Dr. Edward L. Hughes, O.P., of this city. Fr. Schwitalla Tells Veiws of Holy Father On True Welfare Work (By N. C. W. C. News Service) St. Louis.Telling of a 35-minute audience he had with His Holiness Pope Plus XI during his recent visit to Vatican City, the Rev. Alphonse M. Schwitalla, S. J., Dean of the St. Louis University Medical School and President of the Catholic Hospital Association of the United States, quotes the Holy Father as saying that social welfare activity of today is characterized by too matrialistic a stress on the physical care of the needy. "Such activities," Father Schwit- alla quotes His Holiness as saying, "have their value, but they must of necessity be temporary and evanes- cent in their effects that relieve a present need, but cannot of them- selves permanently better the condi- tion of the sufferer." Father Schwitalla presented Pope Plus with six volumes giving statis- tical data concerning the Catholic Hospitals in North America and a' spiritual bouquet offered by the Sist- ers conducting these institutions. His Holiness, Father Schwitalla said, spoke to him "first of all" of the spiritual life of the Siator who de- vote their lives to these importan works of mercy, sa'ing that "it is within the power of the Sisters work- ing in the hospitals to effect a most important and permanent change in the lives of those whom they help" and that "relief of physical suffer- ing must be so animated with spir- itual relief that the alleviation of physical suffering at the same time brings the permanet relief of spir- itual betterment." Father Schwitalla said the Holy Father also charged him to bring back to the Sisters the message that they should continue to pursue stu- dies in higher elucation. Bishop Blesses Graves After Mass in France For U.S. War Victims (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Paris.The Most Rev. Charles Ginisty, Bishop of Verdun, presided at the Catholic service held in the church at Romagne on Memorial day for the repose of the souls of Ameri- can soldiers buried in the nearby Meuse-Argonne Military Cemetery. All patriotic association of the reg- ion were represented. Among the prominent persons pre- sent were Col. Nelson D. Jay, presi- dent of the Memorial Day Associa- tion, Major James A. Lester, Assist- ant Military Attache to the American Embassy at Paris, Consul Robert D. Murphy, Vice-Consul John R. Wood, American Legion Command- ers Albert B. Cudebec and H. P.! Hahn, General de Chambrun, Gen- eral Riviere, Military Governor of Verdun; the prefect of the Meuse, and the mayors of the neighboring MATTRESSES RENOVATED One Day Service NORTH LITTLE ROCK ---- .=.. . _=_• =='- .. . ==.• " __ WONDER BREAD BAKERY OBSERVE CATHOLIC DAY AT FAIR More than 50,000 persons attended the Pontifical Mass on "Cath- olic Day," at the California Pacific International Exposition just opened at San Diego, oldest city on the western seaboard, and scene of Fra Serra's missionary activities. Upper photo shows the organ amphitheater as Mass was celebrated by the Most Roy. Philip G. Scher, Bishops of Monterey-Fresno. Lower photo, the Most Rev. John J, Cantwe!l: Bishop Of LO Angeles and San Diego leaehes the sermon. (Acres photos.) communes. After the services in the church, Bishop Ginsty went to the cemetery where he blessed the graves. C.D. of A. Cancel Side Trip to Agua Caliente Planned by Railroads (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Omaha, Nebr., June 14.--Refusing to accept itineraries made by rail- road companies operating a special train of Catholic Daughters of American delegates and visitors to the order's supreme international I convention in Seattle, July 1-7, Miss Veronica M. O'Connor, of Omaha, na- tional director of the C. D. of A. in charge of arrangements for the spec-! ial train to and from the Seattle ses- sions, this week announced cancella- tion of a special side trip schedul- ed by the transportation companies to Agua Caliente, Mexico, to follow the attendance of the home-going delegates at the San Diego Interna- tional Exposition's "Catholic Daugh- ters' Day" on July 16. "By unanimous reports from every state jurisdiction in our order," Miss O'Connor stated, "and from the re- turns of a questionnaire to the dele- gates and members planning on trav- eling to and from Seattle in our special Pullman train, not a single member of this order will visit Mex- co under existing conditions in that blighted land." Medical Missionary Gets Doctor's Degree SECURING FOR HOME MISSIONS THE EDUCATION AND TRAINING WORTHY ECCLESIASTICAL STUDENTS IN ST. JOHN'S HOME SEMINARY Any full Burse or Share in an Incomplete Burse may be Donated. small, will be gratefully received and recorded. A Burse is a Sum of Money Invested and Drawing Enough Interest to Provide Lodging end Training for one Seminarian. Requests for Further Information and the Benefits Shared by ContributiorS, wise All Donations, Should be Sent to the Rector, Rt. Rev. Msgr. James Ph.D., St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. ST JOHN'S SEMINARY BURSES In memory of Mary A. Flaherty Complete Anonymous ...................... ' St. Mary's Burse, Hot Springs....$5,00O.0O M. P. Gengler .............. Msgr. Tobin Burse, Little Rook__ 3,000.00 New Total ........................ Alumni Burse, in honor of St. SACRED HEART BURSE John, the Baptist ........  .......... 6,000.00 Bishop Eyrne Burse ................ Jh.000.00 Previously Acknowledged ___---. John J. Craig Family Burse ..... 5,000.00 Thnkegiving Rev. Joachim F. Galloni Burse .... 5,000.00 Good Counsel Holy Name Society BISHOP FITZGERALD BURSE Miss M. P. Gengler .... Incomplete Thanksgiving, Clarendon __..--,' This Burse is a memorial to the Most Thanksgiving, Morrilton _-.---: Missionary Olub, Stuttgart Reverend Edward Fitzgerald, second Bishop Morrilton Friend ............... ------ of Little Rock. From n Benefactor 50.00 Thanksgiving, M. O. He ---- Pupils St. Anne's Academy ____ 25.00 Mr. • L. P. Zurcher Anonymous, Hot Springs .......... 50.00 A Friend, Paris .-- Anonymous, North Little Reek ...... 10O.00 Special Intention Mrs. E M. i: Msgr. A. P. Gallaghero Mesa .... 1OO.00 Jubilee Ofering, Pocahontas Anonymous; additional sums rec'd__. 226.25 A Friend, Paris ................. J: Anovymous, additional sums rec'r .... 480.00 Petition Thru Little Flower -i For Favors received 2.00 St. Mary's School, Lake Village-" Anonymous, Hot Springs ........... 25 00 George Reidmuller ............... Anonymous .................................. 480:00 Favors Through St, Anthony Anonymous, additional sums ...... 99.40 Seminary Sunday Donations  Mrs. J. J. Keller 5.00 Special rntention / ............... , ...................... Baresch Family .......... Thanksgiving .............................. 1.00 Mr. & Mrs. M. Biltz--._... ..... Total .............................................. $1,588.96 Victor Koers ......................... ALUMNI BURSE---IN HONOR OF THE BLESSED TRINITY Seminary Sunday Donations , 19$]:- Holy Angels Academy . This Eurse is the second foundation made Donation Mrs. S.) _.=____-- by the priests who were ordained from St. Mrs. A. Hart ............ John's Seminary. It is open to the clergy Mrs. Fred Margrave ...... aud the people in general who have the ,,j.,,, Morrilton ............ work and interest of the Seminary at heart. Relative of Student ........... Prevtously Acknowledged ......... 101.00 Father Haeringer .... - In memory of Hugh McDevitt ___ 25.00 Thanksgiving ................. i Raymond ,Maus, Atkins, Ark  25.00 Little Flower, Jonesboro In memor of Alfred Frei ........ 20.00 NW Total Appreciation, Slovaktown, Ark..___ 10.00 Alumnus, 1914 ..................... 20.00 KNIGHTS OF Alumnus, 1914, ................ 20.00 This Burse is a lroundation Alumnus, 1916 10.00 kansas State Council to assist Alumnus, 1919 .................... 20.00 Seminary in the training of Alumnus, 1928 .................... 20.00 the priesthood. Alumnus, 1924 25.00 Thanksgiving Alumnus, 1924 20.00 M. P. Gengier. ..................... .. Alumnus, 1925 25.00 Arkansas K of C. Councils 1025 " Alumnus, 1926 20.00 Ark. K. of C. Councils .-" Alumnus, 1926 10.00 Ark. K of C. Councils, 1928 Alumnus, 1927 .................... 10.00 Ark. K: of C. Councils, 1920 ---i N. N., Paragould, Ark .......... 10.90 State Council ......... i Friends of Little Flower, Dixie, Ark. 1O.OO State Council In memory of John M. Murray  10.00 Additional Sums Received Jubilee Offering, Hot Springs __ 10.00 State Council, 1982 __... In memory of Mrs. H. MeMahon  10.00 State Council, 1938 __. Memorial Crusade Unit 88.81 State Council, 1984 In Memory of J. M. Schwartz .... 20.00 Nw Total Complete, Alphabetical Objectionable Pictures Washington, June 14.Dr. Helen Lalinsky, the first member of the Affairs of a Genileman Affairs of Cellini Society of Catholic Medical Mis- All of Me sionaries to take up the study of Ariane (or the Loves of Ariane) medicine after becoming a profess- Back Street ed Sister, has received an M. D. de- Born to be Bad Catherine the Great gree from the Women's Medical Col- Cynora Design for Living legs of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Dr. Montca Doctor Lalinsky made her pre- Enlighten Thy Daughter The Fighting Lady medical studies at Trinity College, Finishing School here. After her internship Dr. La- The Ftrebird Fog Over Frisco linsky will devote her life and pro- The Gay Bride George White's Scandals fession to the care of the sick in Girls for Sale foreign missions. The Grl From Missouri ' Clamo'ur Good Dame / Hat, Coat and Glove He Was Her Man 30,000 Masses Netted Since 1917 in Crusade For Jews' Conversion (By N. C. W. C. News Service) Kansas City.In connection with tention. It is expected that the number of Masses to be said in this year's no- vena will exceed that of last year, which is reported to have been 1,060. CLASS C--Pictures In this group nre considered indecent and I Have Lived The Private Life It Ain't No Sin VIII Jimmy the Gent Registered Nurse Kiss and Make-Up RIpide Laughing Boy Road To Ruin Lazy River Sadie McKee The Life of Vergie Winters Scarlet Empress Limehouse Rlues She Had To Little Man What Now Manhatten Melodrama Madam Du Barry Men in White Men of the Night Merry Wives of Reno A Modern Hero Morals for Women Nana Narcotic Notorious but Nice Of Human Bondage One More 'River Picture Brides Playthinsg of Desire Queen Christina Side Street Sisters Under ths Smarty Springtime for Such Women Are Dangerous Tomorrow's Trouble in The Triumpet Uncertain Lady Unknown Blonde Upperworld Wharf Angel Wild Gold Women in His The Youth of WHERE TO HEAR ALTUS--Our Lady, Help of Christians-- WYNNEMass on the 1st Mass on Sunday at 7:00 and 9:80. day at 8; on the 2nd and 8rd ATKINS---Church of the Assumption -- July, August and September Masses on first and last Sunday of the KNOREL, St. George month 7. Other Sundays at 7 sad 9 a. m. Sunday at 7145; on the 8rd the annual world-wide Novena of Winter Schedule: Masses on the first & LAKE VILLAGE. St Mary'S Masses which will be celebrated in last Sunday at 8, on other Sundays at 8, 10. on Sunday at 8 and 10. the crusade of the Archconfrater- BALD KNOB--Mass on Sundays at 7:80 LITTLE ROCK, St. Andrew'S BLYTHEVILLE, Immaculate Coneeption Masses on Sunday at 7, 9 and nity of Prayer for the Conversion of Masses on the first Sunday at 7, on the days at 6:00, 7, 9. and LITTLE ROCK, St. Edward' second, third and fourth Sundays at 10:90 Masses on Sunday at 15:80, Israel, June 20-28, it is announced BATESVILLE, St. Fidelas  Mass at 8 at the American headquarters of the on the fourth Sunday of *.he month, on holy days of obligation at BAUXITE, Mexican Camp Chapel Mass and 10:00. LITTLE ROCK-:-Our Lady of group here that since the organiza- on the second Sunday of the month at 8:45 sel Church Masses on ion's founding in 1917 30,000 Mass- BRINKLEYMass Every Sunday at 8:80. and 10.80; hoUdays 6, 7.80 an' CAMDEN, St. LouisMasses on Sunday MARCHE Immaculate es have been celebrated for this in- at 7:80 and 9:00. --Winter Schedule: Mass at CARLISLE--Masses on the 1st and 8rd Schedule: Mass at 9 A. M. Sundays of the month at 10:00 A.M. .MARIANNA, St. Andrew's I CHARLESTON--Saered Heart. Masses on on the 1st, 8rd and 5th Sund the first, third and fifth Sundays nt 8 & the 2nd and 4th Sunday st 10:80; on the second and fourth at 10:80. Days at S. i. T. HORNIBROOK & STUART ROOFING COMPANY SHEET METAL WORK and ALL KINDS OF ROOFING 209-I East Markham Street Little Rock. Arkansas Phone 4-2494 MATTRESS COMPANY I11 61, E. Washington Phone 4-4882 rs |[ ÷-' ...... * II Ambulancers--Fun.eral Directo I[ PHONE 4-0549 |/ [ = LRtle Rocks Arkansas t 1316-1324 MAIN STREET LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Bakers Of WONDER BREAD And HOSTESS CAKES ouble With the Down- Why Be ' d Town Parkin00 Problem When DR. PAULJ.COYHE Chiropractor 1519 West Eighth Street offers you adequate and convenient parking facilities at all times as well as the very latest methods in chiroprac- tic adjusting which includes the new Body Balance and Snore-Occipital technic. Front - Side and Rear Entrance To Office Reasonable and Convenient Terms Office Phone 9890 Residenee Phone 6024 CLARKSVILEHoIy Redeemer Church, Ist MARKED TREE  Mass st and 8rd Suncay 10:OO A. M.; 2nd, 4th and second Sunday of the month. 5th Sunday 8100 A.M. McCRORYMass on the CONWAY---St. Joseph's  Masses on 10;80; on the third Sum Sunday from October to June at 7:80 nnd McGEHEEMasses every 9:45. Summer Schedule: Masses at 7 and 9:15 A.M. MENAFrom May 1 to CRAWFORDSVILLE, Sacred Heart  Mass at 8:I; from Oct. 1 to Masses on the second Sunday at 8; on the day Mass at 8:45. fourth Sunday at 10:80. MORRILTONMass on DARDANELLE, St. Augustine's Church and 10 Summer eeheduleZ Mass on the first Sunday of the month at and 9:8"0. 9:80.  NEWPORTMass nt 10 on DoVALLS BLUFFMass on the 2nd and day; 8 on the Srd Sunday of 4th Suoday oŁ the month at 10 A. M. NORTH LITTLE ROCK, S DEQUEEN  Mass on the first, third Sunday Masses during Sue sad fifth Sundays at 10; on the second o'clock. Benedictlo salter and fourth Sundays at 8. NORTH LITTLE DEVALL'S BLUFFMass on the second Masses during the winter at and fourth Sundays at 7 and 0. A.M. ing the summer at 7 and 9. EL DORADO, Holy Redeemer -- Masses on Sunday at 7:80 and 10:O0. OSCEOLA--Mass on second, fourth Sunday at 8. ENGELBERG, St. John's -- Mass on every Sunday at 9:80. PARAGOULD--Masss on the Gth Sunday at 7:80 and EUREKA SPRINGS ---. St Elizabeth  Sunday at 10 and on the Mass every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. PARIS---Mass on Sunday FAYETTEVILLE, St. Joseph -- Mass at 9 every Sunday. POCAHONTASMass cm S Itl FOREMAN  Mass on the the Is, 8rd PINE BLUFFMass every and 5th Sunday at 8:00; on the 2nd and 7:30 ahd 10:00. 4th Sunday at 10. PRESCOTTMass on the FORREST CITY  St, Francis  Mass Sunday of the month at 9:4B on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday at 10:80. RATCLIFFMass on the On the 2nd & 4t] Sunday at 8. Holy Days Sundays of the month at 8, - at 7. RECTORMass on the nd FORT SM1THImmaculate Conception-- 7:30; on the 4th at 10. Mass every Sunday at 7, 8:80, 9:80 & 11. ROGERS---Mass every FORT SMITH, t. Boniface--Masses on RUSSELLVILLEMass on Sunday at 6, 7:30 and 9:80. On Holy days day of the month at 9:30. at 5:80 and 8. SEARCYMass on Sunday FORT SMITH, Church of Christ the King SLOVACTOWNMass on Masses on Sunday at 7 and 9 and 11.80. On STAMPSMaes on the Holy days at 7 and 9. 10:30; on the 3rd Sunday STUTTGARTMass on GILLETTMass on the second Sunday day of the month at 7:8 of the month at 10:30. GRADYMass on the first Sunday at Sundays of the month at 8; on the third Sunday at I0:80. SUBIACO Subiacu Abbey HOPEMass on the first and fifth Sun- on Sunday at 4:45, 5:80, day at 8: on the third Sunday ot 11. 9:80 HARRISON.St. Blaise,  Mass every SOLPHUR SPRINGS--MaI Thursday at 9:00 a.m. Sunday at 8:80 A. M. HELENA, S.. Mary'sMasses on Sun- TEXARKANA---St. day at 7:30 and 10. Summer schedule: HOT SPRINGS, St. John'sLow Masses 7 and 9: Winter schedule: at 0100 and 8100; High Mass at 10:80. 10 A. M. HOT SPRINGS--St. Mary'sMasses on TONTITOWNMau on Sunday at 8 and 10180; nn holydays of nb- 10 A. M. l|gaMon at T:80 and 9. VAN BCRENMase on HOXIE, Mary Immaculate -- Mass every WARRENMass on the Sunday at 8. 8:80 A. M. JONESBORO. ElesNd 8aerament Ohpreh WEINERMass at 8