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THE GUARDIAN, AUGUST 5, 1938 PAGE NINE rvknoli Priests for Far East N. Y."k--E)).--Despite tlm 'd' !! 1 lr between China and tt.,Ollee mean 2atholic missioners of "" national head- r]_ ]_ /%_ the Far East |O DC IJrIl annual departure visitors crowd- the more fortunate ceremony from the floor above and three sides of the Very Rev. John S. C., president of gave the with Bone- Blessed Sacrament. In the Far East disturbing, the of Mary- able to continue almost uninter- have been in- within of Maryknoll terri-" China, but thus has been with- his work in con- )e For mdi' Area With the eontinu- brought about by in the Sudetic Ger- of Czechoslovakia, ordinaries still re- COmment or action. of the situation is reason for the Bish- attitude of the me- it must be admit- question in across religious fields. To say Catholics in the g to pro- would be false. favor toward the many Catholics of and this condition COmplications which difficult to handle. reasonable and plaus- given for the Bishops' is that they hope Modus Vivendi be- and German na- be obtained as a negotiations now Premier Milan leaders of tlle Su, party. 'Such an WOuld considerably aalities sion in the districts postpone, if not of Nazi inva- Md. (EL--The his- Carmel here the efforts of years, and blessed at OVer which the Most I. McNamara, Auxi- o{ BaRimore, pre- *f the "four original have survived. tercentenary designated by the J. Curley, : Baltimore, as the Carmel, de- the remnant in this coun- buildings were like their J. Kelly, S. the Restorers, cole- the living and de- and for the bone- Work, following the Bishop. Catholic Hour Washington. (EL--The Roy. Dr. Edward V. Stanford, O. S. A., president of Villanoya College, will begin a series of addresses ovc.r the nationwide "Catholic Hour" on Sunday, July 31, ac- cording to an announcement made here by the National Council of Catholic Men, producer of the pro- grain. The "Catholic Hour" is broad- cast over a network of the Na- tional Broadcasting Company I through Station WEAF, New York. Dr. Stanford, who will succeed the Most Rev. Duanc G. Hunt, Bishop of Salt Lake, on the "Cath- olic Hour," will speak on "Prac- tical Aspects of Catholic Educa- tion." There will be five ad- dresses in the series as follows: July 31, "Religion in Educa- tion"; August 7, "The Develop- men of Catholic Education "; Au- gust 14, "Catholic Education's Contribution to American Life"; August 21, "Catholic Education and Tolerance"; August 28, "Cath- olic Education and Government." Dr. Stanford is well known in religious education circles as the author of several studies and bul- letins treating of the religious life of college students, and, as a prominent member of many edu- cational associations he is known for his: energetic activity on be- half of privately supported col- leges, d Card. Mundelein To Pontificate At Cabrini Rites Chicago. ().--It was announced' here today that His Eminence George Cardinal Mundelein, Arch- bishop of Chicago, will Pontifi- cate in St. Peter's, Rome, on No: vember 13, at the beatification of Mother Francis Xavier Cabrini. In the afternoon Cardinal Mun- delein will pontificate at Bene- dictLon of the Most Blessed Sac- rament in the presence of His Holiness Pope Plus XI and read for the first time the oration in honor of the new Beata. Pope's Biography Cites Peace As Goal of Reign New York. (E)."Pope Plus XI and World Peace" by Lord Clon- more, a biography of the Holy Father with special reference to the world events that have taken' place during his pontificate and a foreword by His Eminence Ar- thur Cardinal Hinsley, Archbish- op of Westminster, has been pub- lished here by E. P. Dutton & Company. The volume bears the imprimatur of His Eminence Pat- rick Cardinal Hayes, Archbishop of New York. The author seeks to show that all of Pits XI's ef- forts have been directed toward the attainment of world peace through--the renewal of religious life. The main sections of the volume deal with the Pope's training in diplomacy during his period in Poland just after the war, his skillful handling of the Vatican's relations with Fascist Italy, his attitude toward the Abyssinian ag- gression, his opposition to Soviet- ism, his strong line against Nazi- ism, his Spanish policy, and his work on behalf of the Americas. you renounce ease and strength of body. And when you are not anxious for peace you will get it in a greater degree. But it will never come while you are bent upon having it. Without reflection there can be no sanctification, and according to reflection will it be proportioned away then with all theories and formulas. Face to face with God a d our own soul, we must re- flect. DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER j CHIROPRACTOR Puthometric Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Experience As a Graduate Nurse :... " .:: Phone 2-2684 310 E. 9th St. Little Rock. Ark. KNOW Iced Drinks unusual recipes COoling, refreshing can have a copy by With your request to cover the and mailing. pamphlets are: "Jams, Jellies, "Cakes," The large Ookbook may be postpaid. Ad- to Molly Gavin, Ave., N. W., C. 1938, N. C, W. C.), upon having is as much a insist upon having aCCording to your your peace of in will at least, as Paul W. Finley BROS. TIRE CO. TIRES--ROAD SERVICE Call 4-0588 'Superior General The Very Roy. Albert F. Cousi- neau, C. S. C., of Montreal, who has been named Superior General of the Congregation of the Holy Cros2 by the General Chapter meeting at the University of Notre Dame. For the next twelve years he will head the congrega- tion of priests and brothers whose general house is at Notre Dame. They conduct universities, con leges, schools and missions in the United States, Canada, France, Poland and India Richard Reid Promoter Of Religious Cordiality Augusta, Ga. {E).--A tribute to Richard Reid, Editor of The Bul- letin, official organ of the Cath- olic Laymen's Association of Georgia, as responsible for much of the religious tolerance in Georgia, is paid by the Augusta Herald, daily newspaper here, in an editorial. The editorial cites the advent of what it Calls a "new spiritual ear," in which "the futility and the absurdity of religious preju- dices and antagonisms is being widely recognized." It refers to Ireland's selection of Dr. Douglas Hyde, a Protestant, as first presi, dent of Eire under the new con- stitution as a mark for the world to shoot at. In line with this the editorial also comments the "demagogic use of religion" as a political issue is something of the past in Georgia and expresses the belief that it would not be pos- sible "to fan the fires of religious IN THE KITCHEN With Molly Gavin IIow and What To Serve Fresh, crisp cucumbers are more often eaten in this country as a salad than as a cooked vegetable, yet it is a very palatable dish when Stewed and served with a white sauce or seasoned with butter, salt and pepper, on buttered toast. Indeed, many of the old cook- books give far more recipes for cooking cucumbers with cream sauces or slicing and' frying them like summer squash or eggplant than for serving them raw. For frying cucumbers they are pared and cut in quarters, or in thick slices, and allowed to boil for just three minutes. They are then drained, seasoned with salt and pepper, rolled in flour, and fried in hot fat or vegetable oil. This dish can be varied by addl- ing minced parsley, onion or chives t about five minutes before the cooking is finished. The same 1 method is followed for serving cu- cumbers in a cream sauce except that they are boiled for 15 rains. instead of three minutes. The latest food hints on the serving of raw cucumbers in salads say that they need not be peeled, but simply chilled thoroughly, washed well and thin- ly sliced. The vivid green peel- ing is not only good to eat but serves as a color ga'rnish in the salad. In many foreign coun- tries cucumbers are never pared. If they are not firm when they come from the market, place them for an hour in cold water be- fore using them. Even the parings of cucumbers can be put to good use by al- lowing them to soak several hours in cold water and' using the water as a cooling, slightly astringent face wash. The cucumber water can be kept in a jar or bottle J! bl t I | ! f Style No. 1895.  Cool brief hatred in Georgia again." flared sleeves are an important "Much of the credit for this new feature of this ideal vacation i cordiality, this new understanding, dress. In smart wheat shade nov- is due one man, the edltorml con-, elty cotton of popular hopsacking tinues. "He is not a Georgian, or weave, it is nice for active as well Carolinian, but rather is a as spectator wear. The trim and of Massachusetts--a Yah- belt show very effective contrast kee. It has been more than 20 in chartreuse green. You'll es- years since he came to Georgia, pecially like the unusual belt ar- to Augusta. rangement that slims your waist- "We refer to Richard Reid edi- line. Sheer ,cottons, linen and tor of a Catholic publication here. washable silks are fascinating He first served as a sort of cub re- mediums for this easy to sew dress. porter on the local newspaper, The pattern has clear easy step- then as a desk editor and upon by-step instructions. Designed for the death of the editor of The sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, Catholic Bdlletin was persuaded 36, 38, 40 and 42-inches. Size to take up the work of editing that 16 requires 3% yards of 39-inch publication and promoting better material with % yards of 35-inch relations between Catholics and contrasting. non-Catholics in Georgia. Style 1917.A youthful figure "There is a better conception flattering coat-like dress, boasts a of religious matters, certainly as new cool collariess neckline. It is they relate to public questions, in made of cotton pique print of most parts of the world, fresh looking dusty rose back- 1917 .' ground. The narrow band trim of solid color picks up the back- ground of the print. The brief puffed cuffed sleeves and the but- toned flap pockets are interesting details. The pattern is so easy to follow, you'll want to make an- other dress of white sharkskin or of solid colored chambray. Line% rayon and cotton novelties, wash- able silks, etc., are also attractive. Complete illustrated dressmaking lesson accompanies the pattern. Designed for sizes 14, 16, 18, 20 years, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42-inch bust. Size 36 requires 37/s yards of 39-inch material with % yard of 35-inch contrasting. Price of pattern 15 cents each (coin is preferred). Wrap coin carefully. Pattern Mail Address, N. Y. Pat- tern Bureau, The Guardian, Suite 1110, 220 East Forty-second St., IN. Y'(N. C. W. C. Features) Croatian Catholic Day Held In New York New York. (E).The twenty- fifth anniversary of SS. Cyril and Methodius 'church, the only Crea- tion parish here, was made the occasion of the first Croatian Catholic day in New York City. Following a Solemn Mass, which was celebrated by the pastor, the Rev. Zvonko Manduric, members of the congregation participated in a parade. Many were in native Croatian dress. I HATS MEN'S CLEANED AND BLOCKED M OR RISe N TIIE HATTER 523 Main St. Phone 9976 J, T. BERRY BARBECUED MEATS Home and Picnic Orders Special Prices on Picnic Orders 420 La. Phone 4-4123 Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers & Stationers 307-309 Main Street Call DAN DEARASAUGH For Office Supplie-Ph. 9615 L. B. Dumboski Wrecking Co. "Parts for All Makes of Cars" Phone 2-0123 Levy, Ark. High 'Grade MEATS Fancy 6roceries B&B GROCERY Botton & 1421 Barber Ave. Phone 4-2088 We Deliver Fabrics Supplies PARSEL'S Upholstery Shop 316 W. Capitol Avenue Phone 2-162r/ Little Rock Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Refunded Complete Pressure Lubrication and Washing ............ Washing With Most Modern Alemite Greasing Equipment "Visit the only really up-to- date and modernistic Serv- ice Station on Hillcrest." Crumpton Bros. Service Station Lion Oil Products Phone 3-9937 Kavanaugh and Palm fn the refrigerator until used. Some of the most expensive cu- cumber creams and lotions are made with a mixture of cucumber juice and cream ingredients. Baked Cucumbers Peel cucumbers and if they are large cut in halves crosswise. Then cut in two lengthwise and scoop out the seeds and soft part. Mix the cucumber pulp with minced chicken or minced pork, a small amount of dried bread crumbs and just enough minced onion to give a flavor. If desired, a pin of sage or poultry dressing can be added. Season with salt and pep- per and refill the cucumber boats. Pour a small amount of water in a baking dish and place the cu- cumber boats in it and bake for about 20 minutes in a moderate oven. When ready to serve gar- nish with a dash of paprika. Serve real hot. Cucumber Jelly 2 cups chicken stock 1 slice onion 1 sprig parsley 2 cucumbers 1% tbps. gelatine Green coloring. To chicken stock add onion, par- sley, and cucumbers, pared and grated. Cover and let stand 2 hours. Heat gradually to the boiling point, add plain granu- lated gelatine and green color- ing. Let stand until nearly cold; then strain into individual paper cases or molds, in the bottom of each of which is a slice of cu- cumber. When it has set, unmold and serve on a crisp lettuce leaf and garnish with Mayonnaise dressing. Cucumber Mustard Pickles 9 large ripe cucumbers 2 cups sugar 4 cups vinegar 2 tbps. mustard seed 1 tbp. mixed whole spices Peel cucumbers, remove seed, and cut into long strips. Salt lightly and let stand "24 hours. Drain well. Mix vinegar, sugar mustard seed and spice and pour over the cucumbers. Cook until soft. Pack into clean, hot jars and seal at once. This is a Ger- man Mustard Pickle recipe. Roast Sirloin of Beef Wipe, rub with salt (alowing % tsp, to the pound), pepper and flour. Place, fat side up, in an open roasting pan with water. If, roast is very lean, fasten a flatten- ST. ANTHONY'S HOSPITAL MORRILTON, ARKANSAS ed layer of suet over top with string of skewers. If roast is  of such a shape that it cannot be placed fat side up, place a few trimmings o(fat on top and baste occasionally. Otherwise, basting is unnecessary, as fat will baste meat as it melts. Place meat in a very hot oven (500 degrees} Sear 20 minutes until lightly browned; reduce heat to a slow oven (300 degrees) and continue roasting, allowing about 18 mins. to the pound for rare beef, 22 mins. to the pound for medium, 30 rains, to the pound' for well-done beef. Reducing the oven tempera- ture to 250 degrees will decrease the shrinkage and will cook the meat uniformly, but longer time will be required. Summer Squash The various varieties of sum- met squash are generally cook- ed when so small and tender that the thumb nail can pierce the rind. To prepare for the table wash the squash, cut into small pieces, and either cook in boil- ing water or steam it. It will cook in boiling water in half an hour. It takes an hour to cook in a steamer. The cooked squash is mashed well and seasoned with salt, pepper and butter, put in an earthen dish and placed in a hot oven for about 10 minutes. Gar- nish with a dash of paprika and serve real hot. Summer squash is also delicious sliced and fried in hot fat or vegetable oil like eggplant. HOUSEHOLD HINTS " A little baking soda in the Water in which dried beans are soaked and in the water in which they are first scalded will help to soft- en and sweeten them. Overcooked cabbage or cauli- flower is more or less yellow, has a strong flavor, and is very in- ferior to the same dish properly cooked. 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