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w /i THE GUARDIAN, JULY 6, 1945 Europe .Needs - :,00Help More Than ttee " . :,. .. ,}, Says Rebel Aide ' O0--The war-torn countries.  'Europe are in greater War Relief Services--National Catholic Welfare Con- today on his re- months of re- countries. predicted pestilence in all war- areas next unless the United it can spare in clothing, fuel provide shelter. a press conference of War Relief Ser- he said that Italy the countries in and that in Italy surpas- other country. Sardinia, is wasteland," Men- said. "There has since March. To Gra in sup- to win the "and I conclude have to assume of providing and shelter for Europe in order leace we have estab- .'a has no respon- except a moral God we could do done. Let us now can to foster an en- and enable Europe work. I hope and continue as we've be- Boland paid tribute the unofficial, un- of American his organization Americans and in their foot- all over Europe, in the people Americans and their democratic they regard us said, and added, you can quote uniform was my everywhere in Asia, abroad Men- visited Palestine, Gernan Rhineland, Bel Holland, concentration and Nord- lave labor camp at e ,said thousands of who have survived. be ufit'.for ;a nor- having become through suf- the victims of and similar diseases. is a total of 8,- persons in Ger- forty percent of in occupied territory in our zone of addition to 50:000,- displaced Germans. that all Allied of war will return to  land before fall and nationals who were laborers workers--will be of their origin by people, who have and desire to re- their own coun- different problem," Mofisigor Boland continued. "They include Poles, Lithuanians and Yugo-Slavs." Group: Urses Rdu,00l Of Recognition New York. {E)President Harry S: Truman was urged to "refuse rec6gnifion of the recently estab- lished so,called provisional gov- ernment for Poland at Moscow" in a telegram sent to him today by offfcers of the American Polish AsSOciatiori in the East. .The : .telegram stated that the composition ot the provisional government "clearly indicates that it is nothing more than a communist government, pure and simple," and. that the "few on- communist leaders who are in it represent no one but themselves." "It is evident," the communica- tion charges, "that they consented to join this government under duress and under the shadow of the trial in Moscow of the real leaders of the Polish fight for freedom." The reference to the "real lead- ers" was to the 16 Poles who were arrested when they went to Mos- cow presumably in connection with the esta.blishment of a new Polish government. Fifteen of the 16 were put on trial for "di- versionist activities" behind Red Army lines. Three were acquitted and 12 convicted and sentenced to prison terms ranging from four months to 10 years. The sixteenth defendant was not put on trial be- cause of illness. The telegram was signed by Jos- eph Kasubowski, Buffalo Presi- dent, and the Rev. A. A. Ekoniecki, Turners Falls, Mass., Executive Secretary of the Coordinating Committee of American Polish As- sociations in the East. STATE COUNCIL (Continued from page 2) to' arouse your interest, increase your' activity' and strengthen, yOur determination. Get in that attitude, and next week let,s discuss the Five Point P/-Sgrain',::a'outlined by the Su-, emf .CJuncil, and I am sure yDU. will. agree that the program' can prove to be an easy and a sure way of putting your thoughts into worthwhile council activities. Miracles In Cause Of Blessed / Cathe;e Laboure Considered Vatican City. ()At a meeting on June 26 the Sacred Congrega- tion of Rites discussed two mir- acles attributed to Blessed Cath- erine Laboure that have been pro- posed .for her canonization. Do not depart-from God; how plesht  t-'is to live always with those who love us. Zero Locker Storage Live Better and Cheaper Through Use Of A Freezer LocEer Arkansas MOIX COMPANY "General Mezclmndise" 1002 East Oak Street Cway Arkansas The Fair Store Saves You Money I'S FUNERAL:HOME Leading Service Sin 1928 AMBULANCE SERVICE i' oaWay Arkansas St. Joseph's School Shortly after the first church was built, the school was.erected, in 1880. This structure served the children of C0nway until 1929_ when the beautiful modern school shown above was com- pleted. Organized on the 8-4 plan, St. Joseph's enrollment has increased steadily. In addition to the four R's and their atten- dants, the curriculum contains a regular physical education and health program, and a science course. A manual arts shop and an agriculture course are offered in addition to the classical high school course. The Sisters of Notre Dame are in charge of the school. Inter-American Confederation Of (ath01ic Education Formed Bogota. E)Christian education is termed the "sole basis for the real prosperity, well-being and security of Nations" by His Emi- nence Giuseppe Cardinal Pizzardo, Prefect of the Sacred Congrega- tion of Seminaries and Univer- sities, in a message to the First Inter-American Catholic Educa- tion Congress just held here. The Vatican radiogram applauded the "happy initiative" of the congress and epressed confidence in its success "thanks to the generous participation of prelates, priests and educators." The purpose of the congress called by the Most Rev. Ismael Perdomo, Archbishop of Bogota and Primate of Colombia, and sponsored by the Colombian Na- tional Confederation of Catholic Schoolswas to unite Catholic educators of the Western Hemis- phere in a more effective defense of the principles of Catholic edu- cation, to improve and advance C:tholic education in the respec- tive countries, and to work for the common good of Catholic youth throughout the Americas. Plan Future Congresses Under the direction of a perm- anent committee, an Inter-Ameri- can Confederation of Catholic Education was organized to plan biennial congresses to be held consecuti,Jdly; n : he "eaptais : 0f the American Countries: Argen tina, Bolivia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, E1 Salvador, the United States, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragu'a, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, the Dominican Republi.c, Uruguay and Venezuela. Because of the urgency of getting plans under- way, it was decided to hold the congress at Buenos Aires next year. Meanwhile, headquarters of the permanent committee will be at Bogota, and Revtsta Pedagoglca-- organ of the Colombian Confed- eration-will serve as a news channel until the Inter.American Confederation is ready to pub- lish its own periodical: Revlsta Continential de Edueaclon. cording to the dictates of Chris- tian morals." Education and Democracy After emphasizing the need for coordination between Church and State in matters of education, the resolution says in relation to the fufiction of the latter: "Where there is inspection by the State, the Inter-American Catholic Educa- tion Congress asks that Catholic universities, colleges, normal and !other schools have representation in the determining of their regula- i tions and programs." The resolu- ;tion also resists upon the need for '"stabihty" in such matters and urges that the heads of Ca- tholic educational institutions have "a voice and a vote in the control branches of Ministries of National Education." One of the chief concerns of the congress was to issue a clear en- unciation of the role of Catholic education In a true democracy. This statement notes that the Ca- tholic Church has always "af- firmed the doctrine of liberty" and has taught and defended it; that the human person inherently and "through ransom by Christ" has certain inalienable rights and, likewise, "correlative duties which entail very grave responsibilitiesy and that a Christian democracy proclaims and deends these rights and fulfills these luties. Year Book Dedicated To Mme. Hemans Little Rock.Madame Florence Hemans instructor in Spanish and French at the Little Rock Junior College and member of St. An- drew's Cathedral Parish is re- cipient of the dedication of the yearbook of the "college. The yearbook, The Trojan, was released to students Friday night at an informal party. The dedi- cation reads, "We the Trojan staff of 1945 do affectionately dedicate this book to Madame Florence Hemans, instructor in French and 600 Chinese ' Technicians l(00eorgetown Washington. 00The spectacle of more than 600 Chinese, garbed in military uniform, swarming over the campus at Georgetown University here, caused seme alarm among neighboring resi- dents and brought numerous tele- phone calls to university officials and newspapers. "The situation was clarified when Prof. Paul B, Eaton, who is in charge of the project, explained that the Chinese were the first of a group of 1,000'to arrive in this country for special training, Since they had only a minimum of wearing apparel, Professor Eaton said, it was necessary to clothe them in khaki uniforms. "The training course these Chinese will undertake," Profes- sor Eaton explained, "is known as the Training Program for Chinese Technicians. It will be carried out under the direction of the Foreign Economic Administration, the Officer of Defense Transporta- tion of the United States, and the Chinese Supply Commission." Exeryone of the trainees is a graduate of a Chinese university and has had from five to ten years experience in industry in war- torn China. At the end of the year's intensive training they will receive special courses in engi- neering and other science. Re- turning to China well versed in the work of industrial America, they will be prepared to take an active part in the final drive against Japan, Professor Eaton said. Operated under the Lend Lease program the project is one of the few wherein the funds are ex- pended in the United States. A similar training program for Chinese is in progress at Loyola University in Los Angeles. Polish Generals Laud Heroism. Of Chaplains Rome. {E)--The heroism and sacrifice of chaplains serving with the Polish Second Army Corps in Italy were pralseff by Gen. Wladyslaw Anders, former acting Commander-in-Chief of the Po- lish Army, in a message to the Most Rev. Joseph F. Gawlina, Bishop Ordinary of the Polish Armed Forces, the Polish Catholic Fress Agency reports. "The chaplains of the Second Corps," the general's message said, "showed the highest moral ideals, unflinching faith and heroism united with sacrifice." He espec- ially commended the Rev. Gerard Waculik, who was killed while serving with a unit of Polish com- mandos at the Gaiano River. The report said that Bishop Gawlina also had received a mes- sage from Gem Bor-Komorowski, who commanded the Polish Home Army, commending the chaplains for their heroism during the War- I saw uprising. "They worked iw,thout regard to their personal safety under heaviest fire," Gen- l eral Bor said. Thou shalt always rejoice in the evening if *thou spend the day profitablyThos, a Kempis__3.__. we sing praise and pay tribute to her." Sisters' Home At Conway The convent for the teaching Sisters at Conway's St. Joseph's School was completed in September, 1930, following the gradua- tion of the first High School class. With its completion, the $150,000 building program inaugurated by the parish was also concluded. The attractive home is situated conveniently behind the school. July Circle Announced For Cathedral Little Rock.Mr. Frank Oberle, Chairman of the St. Andrew's Ca- thedral Circle for the month of July, announces the following members of his committee: Mrs. Mary S. Arnold, Miss Ag- ness Arnold, Mrs. F. S. Balch, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Balmaz, Mrs. Nick Battlsto, Mr. Robert Bona, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buddenberg, Jr., Mr. Gee. L. Bujarski, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. C. Carek, Mrs. J. Frank Cherry, Mrs. H. P. Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Dare, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dennis, Mrs. Jerry Dollins, Mrs. J. A. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Durbin, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Finan, Mrs. P. F. Finkbeiner, Mr and Mrs. Clyde Forrest, Miss Margaret Geisbauer, Mrs. Mary Gibb, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Gillin, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ginocchio, Mrs. Inez Gotchee, Mrs. C. W. Grissom. Mrs. L. L. Hamot, Mrs. E." J. Haster, Mr. John Hefferman, Mr. H. W. Heibach, Mrs. M. E. Herd- man, Mrs. H. W. Hofstatter, Mrs. T. W. Holt, Mr. E. C. Honan, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Huck, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Imbery, Mrs. J. F. Jenkins, Mrs. C. D. Johnston, Mrs. Wm. D. Johnston, Mrs. Thos. D. Kelly, Mrs. Paul C. Kroenung, Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Larmoyeux, Miss Mary Pierce Keith, Mr. James Keith, Miss Carolyn Kern, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Koenig, Mrs. Melvin Lawson, Mr. Henry Lienhart, Misses Agnes and Sophia Lbrino, Mr. R. J. Mackin, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mahoney, Mr. John R. Marre, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mather, Mrs. Joseph K. McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. McMahon, Mrs. Peter Merlon, Mrs. Geo. Messner, Mrs. R. O. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Murphy, Mrs. J. A. Nash. Mrs. Raymond Palmer, Miss Kathryn Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. A. Powers, Mrs. Tom Quin- less, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Rauch, Mrs. Bigelow Robinson, Mrs. C. A. Roth, Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Savary, Miss Mario Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Semasek, Mrs. Dan A. Sher- ry, Mrs. C. B. Speed, Mrs. G. W, Stanford, Mr. W. K. Stanford, Mrs. Gordon Stinnett, Mrs. L. C. Stur- divant, Mr. :and Mrs. John Tracey, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Vallely, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Volpert, Mrs. Harry Wallace, Mrs. Minnie Webb, Nonagenarian Dies At Shoal Creek New Blaine.  Mrs. Magdalene [Anhalt, wife of the late George Anhalt, Sr., died after a lingering illness at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Lee Kremers, June 27. She was born June 2, 1849, at Wittenburg, Germany, on the Sam" River. She came to the United States with her parents at the age of 19 years and settled at Jack- son, Ill. Married in that city she came to the Shoal Creek commun- ity, where the Anhalts have re- sided since. They were among the founders of St. Scholastica'a parish, and Mrs. Anhalt was a charter member of the Christian Mothers' Society. Funeral services were conducted June 29 and burial took place here after the Requiem High Mass of- fered by Rev. Fabian Diersing, O.S.B., pastor. Surviving relatives are: Eber- hart, Anton, and Karl Anhalt, sons; Mrs. Lee Kremers, Mrs. Johanna Zink, Mrs. John Kremers, and Mrs. Martin Schriver, daugh- ters. Numerous grandchildren from several parishes attended the funeral. Mrs. Magdalene Anhalt had 99 great-grandchildren in whom she took much interest un- til her health failed last Decem- ber and caused confinement to bed. Almost 20 years she spent in a wheel chair. Pall bearers were her grand- sons, George Anhalt III, John An- halt, Anton Kremers, Sgt. Leon- ard Kremers home on furlough, Henry Anhalt, and Joe Anhalt. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Weber, Mr. Wm. V. Welch, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White, Mrs. Walter L. Woodie, Mr. Eli Zini, Miss Margaret Mor- ris, Mrs. Alec Frank. Miss Gertrude Uhiren, Miss Jo- sephine DeSalvo, Mrs. F. L. Holi- han, Mr. Russell L. Squire, Mrs. E. L. King, Mrs. Douglass Fish, Mrs. L. Gordon Holt. Mrs. Kath- erine Jabine, Mrs. Emma .Dil- linger, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ballard. You do not see God, but near you hke a friend, separated only by a curtain which conceals Him from your view, but does not prevent Him from seeing you. One of the first acts of the Spanish, and author of our school Madame Hemans who is the Congress was to,,adolt a resolu- [song. Through the years with us only Catholic member of the I I tion reaffirming the divine right I she has touched the lives of faculty has been instructor at Lit- | - roll of the Church to teach, and the J many students, richly blessing tle Rock Junior College for many I| ,,,  .  i., . | we Apprecmte iour ratronage atrr o eo o acoe t aaae I and Fort Smith ': See us for your Veterinary Needs SHOE STORE SIM'S GUN and LOCK SHOP W.D. Cox Drug Store Phone 3 Conway, Arkansas Conway, Arkansas HAHN CLEANERS 819 Railroad Ave. PHONE 414 Conway ArkanSas Conway, Arkansas MARGIE'S "SAVE DOLLARS AT PENNEY'$" Quality Always -- At a Saving Conway, Arkansas : PENNEY'S Conway Arkansas ]'        _     -:- -:- ,-:-,: .... - , SIMON'S GROCERIES $ G. S. McHenry  Robert M. 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