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Behind them is the notion of enabling the financially weak to exercise their natural right to marry and rear' a normal family of children, there- by helping to maintain the popula- tion of their country." Laws Now Applicable "'The idea is not entirely new to us," he observes. "We have had military allowances on a large scale since July, 1942. But civilian allowances have not been in vogue here. We have had Fed- eral Aid to dependent children under the Social Security Act; this is the social service of our country most closely related to family allowances. The principle difference between the grants un- der this measure and the usual family allowances is the Social Security Act's stipulation of a lack of parental support as a con- dition of eligibility, and conse- quently a more direct implication of poor relief. Both the grants and allowances should be retained. As matters stand at present, they tend to punish those who beget chil- dren and to reward those who do not." In conclusion Dr. Schmiedeler writes: '°there are unquestionably a large number of Catholics, both husbands and wives, who are gen- uinely eager to observe the moral law as it relates, to marriage, but who have been caught up in a financial situation that makes it exceedingly difficult to do so. And, we dare say, there are many others in this same category. To them, allowances should prove a veritable godsend." I Holy Redeemer Church, E1 Dorado Above is Holy Redeemer Church, of Spanish Mission design in white cement, with Holy Redeemer School shown at the left. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Jam es Gaffney is pastor and the Sisters of Mercy con- duct the school• People Flocked To Church Buildings In Florida For Shelter During Hurricane St. Augustine. 00--The giant hurricane that swirled through Florida last week failed to inflict notable damage on well-prepared Church facilities throt/ghout the State. As the storm swerved to- wards Miami, parishes of the city launched preparations to meet the gale and care for any eventuality. Two days before the hurricane struck, pastors of six Miami par- ishes, announced that parish build- ings, schools, churches and halls would be available to those whose homes were considered unsafe• Parish organizations immediately mobilized and stocked facilities with medicine and food. When the fury of the 99 MPH winds blasted into the city, people streamed into parish facilities by thousands. Priests. Sisters ann members of the parishes attended the refugees and provided emer- gency meals of coffee and sand- El Dorado Laundry and Cleaning Company  ,.. ..... Geo. W. List, Iidmt J.R. Wflklm, Mgr. F.,! Dorado, Arkansas ......... f I II I I II # R. C. Bodenhamer Agency SoHdt Your ,,  i .'V" INSURANCE BUSINESS , ":' '" Phone 575 F,! Dorado , ,: :'" Arkansas ,k • T, P. MARKS COMPANY Ill Ford HII -_-- =. - .:_ --- W. M. SWILLEY AND SONS Full Lne BIRDSEYE Frozen Foods Fresh Fruits and Vegetables -- The Finest K.C. Meats At All Times 422 m. Washington  Phone 48-49 [] Dorado, Arkmas I Macmillan wiches. In Homestead Florida, fairly heavy damage resulted. The steeple of Sacred Heart Church was blown down and roofing on the hall and rectory were torn away. Minor wind damage was noted to churches in other parts of the State. St. Augustine encountered gale winds and heavy rains. The Cathedral and Shrine were un- damaged. ORDERS (Continued from page 1) for the Diocese of Leavenworth, and Mr. James Stenson for the Diocese of St. Augustine. Messrs. Francis Janesko, Mar- tin Busby and Joseph Enderlin will be ordained Exorcists and Acolytes for the Diocese of Little Rock. Also to be ordained to these Minor Orders are Mr. Fran- cis McCarthy for the Diocese of Raleigh, North Carolina; Mr. Clar- ence Reisdorff for the Diocese of Lincoln. Nebraska; and Mr. An- drew Gonda for the Diocese of Grand Island. The candidates for Tonsure and Minor Orders entered upon their retreat Tuesday evening, Septem- Young Swiss Catholics In Demonstration ber 25th. The candidates for the iwar. Diocese of Dallas, Texas also mad I ,  , the retreat but will not receive ugut"--'s*mlan " Tonsure in the Seminary Chapel. They will be ordained clerics in the Sae00d Heart Cathedral, Dal- Commended For Ins, by the Most Reverend Joseph P L00ch, D D, Bishop of Dallas Service To Navy as the Ordaining Prelate on Sun- day morning, October 14th. Washington. frO--The Rev. Ed- Lutheran Joins Protest Of Aid To Birth Control Basel. (lO--Twenty thousand Ca- tholic young men representing every region of Switzerland held their first post-war meeting when they assembled for, the fifth gen- eral convention of the Swiss Ca- tholic Young Men's Association, at Einsiedeln, famous pilgrimage center. A number of American soldiers now on lurlough in Switzerland participated in the opening pro- cession, which led through the heart of the village to the huge square in front of the beautifully illuminated monastery church• Six candles that had been offered up at the outbreak of the war, on the assumption that it would last six years, and an • additional seventh candle, synbolizing the .seventh year of war and at the same time the year of peace, were solemnly carried to the chapel of the Blessed Mother of Einsiedeln, in the presence of the Most Rev. Franziskus van Streng, Bishop of Basel and Lugano, who also cele- brated a Pontifical High Mass the next morning• All the young men present received Holy Communion The Swiss Catholic Young Men's Association is the largest youth group of Switzerland, and this was the largest gathering of Catholic young men ever held in this coun- try. The principal object was to thank the Blessed Mother of Ein- siedeln for having protected Switzerland and kept it out of the St. Louis. 0£)--Dr. Walter A• Mater, o Concordia Seminary, well-known Lutheran minister and speaker on the Lutheran Hour radio program, has joined Cath- olic organizations here in a pro- test against the indorsement of the Planned Parenthood Association by the St. Louis Chamber of Com- merce as a deserving charity. "I wish to register my emphatic protest against any organization which has as its purpose the dis- semination of information con- cerning artificial birth control and the avoidance of parenthood," Dr. Mater wrote to the Chamber of Commerce. "The Lutheran Church is" on record as being against the prac- tice of birth control as commonly understood and I know the Roman Catholic Church takes the same attitude. I cannot see why .the Chamber of Commerce should en- dorse an organization which de- liberately works contrarily to the aims of the two largest church bodies in St. Louis. Kenrick Council, Knights ,of Columbus, made the first protest against the endorsement, in the form of a resolution, which was immediately followed by similar :action on the part of other coun- cils. Petroleum Corp. Arkansas ward V. Stanford, O.S.A., Prior and Rector of Augustinian College here, has received a letter of com- mendation for wartime service fro.m Vice Admiral Randall Jac- obs, Chief of Naval Personnel. The letter states in part: "As a member of the Navy Edu- cational Advisory Committee and El Dorado f the special committee for the se- lection of NROTC institutions, you have given time and assistance to the educational problems of the Navy without reservation, and your advice and counsel have been important factors in shaping policies of great significance noi only to the Navy but to the na- tion as a whole." Father Stanford has served as a consultant to the Navy Department since February 1942. "FRESH UP" WITH GRID-GRIST By " Coach Tom E. Stidham Marquette With Editorial Sidelights "..---..-..-:€€..-_.r..-_.; In Black Print By Guardign Editor .--::.:::::::.:; Notre Dame-Illinois Game Highlight Meeting Viewed As Index Of Future Middlewest Catholic Teams Flourish eligibility by inadvertently flirt- ing with professional offers. That meant that Ireshmala Bill Walsh had to be groomed in a hurry for the all-important pivot spot. What the Irlsh say they lack more than anything this fall is a breakaway runner like the great Bob Kelly. Phil Colella, a fresh- man, is being groomed for the spot and there is a possibility that Jim Brennan, who rose to stardom late last season, may yet return to the squad. We believe that Notre Dme • wll be dangerous all the way. ThXe fact that it has nine lettermen-- 14 upperclassmen--on the first two teams is a- clue to some strength. And, above all, the quarterback position, key spot in the T formation, will be in capable hands wit.h Frank Dancewicz back on deck. The lid is off and football is rowding baseball for the spot light. It is traditionally a distinc- tive academic game. It has many practical lessons to teach boys and young men. Football players in large numbers were in the armed forces during the war and they acquitted themselves nobly and were a credit to the game, in which many of them first learned to take orders, to use strategy and to endure hardships. The good football player must learn re- straint, self reliance to a certain extent and the code calls for fair play toward an opponent. This weekend is an important one for Catholic college football fans (and fans in general) be- cause it probably will provide the !answer to that annual question: "What about Notre Dame?" Thousands Final Rites Msgr. Ryar St. Paul, Minn. (D clement weather some, sons filled the Cathedr Paul to attend the Soler fical Mass of Requiem John A. Ryan, the of the Social Action N.C.W.C. The Most.Rev. John Murray, Archbishop oil was celebrant of the Rev. Francis Ryan, deceased was deacon Lawrence Ryan, a signor Ryan read the the grave. Stirring tribute was Msgr. Ryan in the Rev. Francis J. Haas, Grand Rapids• Priests of the the Rev. Dr. Edgar O.S.B., Director of the Bureau, N.C.W.C. served ary pallbearers• Active were members of the gree Knights of to the Mass the body of Ryan lay in state at surrounded by a umbus guard of honor. before the Mass the taken to the many paid their 'S Coral Irk. (E)--Anxious h, the devastating p 1 asking the que' Romic bomb, what'.' "Prayer and more 1 Oursler, widely-k radio commentator, g in an address o '.our. en will we know s force to advzanc of God," Mr. Ou ventions can never Redeeming grace from a laboratory aitar. The hope ol not in physics bc address concl 18 by prominent for the Cat is produced by of Catholic each Sunday e National Broadca Greatest Force that man cs his Maker," "there will al, forces in this , man can inv fire, electricit: man got one new p* but they never ' They were l I could be used for take another kin ether to make an happy," he couns good, a cruel man l man wise. Yet t freely availab] and unless it is like all the c The Irish are losing no time at * * * Members of the ms of man. wi] all in jumping into the heavy There Is a popular notion that eat at the Mass included evil. Every Chri: fighting and they themselves weight makes a foottmll player. Rev. Henry P. redeeming power. hould provide an answer to this This was never true, even in the i jutor of Dubuque, and it has been at n question quickly. They play a days of the old center rush, when cent J. Ryan, of very good Illinois team on Sept. pulling and hauling were allowed j. Alter, of Toledo, atest force ever 29. and if they get by that one and the flying wedge was in its many are sning they may win heyday. In ihoe days Frank Chairman of the humankind strea Action Department; )d and sweat and 1 them all--except Army and Navy. ltinckey, one of the zreatest ends O'Hara, of Kansas on Calvary," Mr. ( '•- • • of all time p:ayed with Yale. He Episcopal Chairman ued 'The power t weighed around a hundred and partment; William T. tas so intense th fldrty pour,ds. He could slam bang Covington; Francis J. did rip open the cl wiih the biggest of them and de- Crookston; John J. Love and sacri flated the bull strength and ignor- Rapid City, and Coad ,ance theory. • • • I Peter W. Bartholome, mm=m=m i Cathohc college football will be and Leo Binz, of Win, • " entire season, i flourishing in the middlewest this attendance were more MORR] Hugh Devote, stepping in for 'fall as In no other section of the priests, members of Ed McKeever, has assumed a dif- country. We reported last week munities, civic oft sentatives of labor ticult role as the Notre Dame that the: University of Detroit, St. and delegates from coach• He reports that eight Louis University, Marquette, Lor- t freshmen are included on his first as, St. John's (Minn.), St. Thomas ] tholic institutions. 207 two teams, and one doesn't have (Minn.)/St. Marys (Minn.) and l Representing the to be an expert to know that their Rockhurst, in addition to Notre the Mass were the Rev. Dorado [inexperience may be costly in a Dame, will field teams in this sec- Higgins, the Rev. way, S.J., and Miss Schaefer of the Social campaign as tough as that which tiou. faces the South Bend aggregation. I * * * Notre Dame suffered a terrific Football has no place for the'partment; Miss Ruth loss after the practice season had p'ayer or coach, who wants to ecutive Secretary of opened when Cant. Frank Szyman- in at any cost. Such tactics Council of Catholic ski, a very probable all-America t were used by our opponents in the Edward Heffron, E: center, resigned from the squad late war and many of mr men tary of the National because he had complicated his $ee GRID-GRIST on page 7 tholic Men. "! "Best By Taste Test" Walton Flower Shop North d First Baptist Church Phone 1022 204 West Elm Street El Dorado, Arlmnsa FLOWERS FOR AcL OCCASIONS Coats SuR HOUSE OF SWANDOWN FASHIONS" MORRIS & COMPANY B. W. REEVES & CO. ESTABLISHED 1879 [] Dorado Arkans Royal Crown Bottling Co. 700-702 N. West Ave. El Dorado Arkansas ANTHONY-WILLIAMS LUMBER CO. Manufacturers Of Yellow Pine and Hardwood Lumber IT LIKES YOU Frank Anthony, Manager Beryl Anthony, Sales Manager ELECTRIC Bottling Co. Phone, Calion 28 • ), 1110 E. Main PHONE 910 El Dorado Arkansas E! Dorado Arkansas Ma Cc and New Furr 1300 East Hillsbm El Do Parker EVERYTH2 213 Dorado Chrysler Brown 418 l Dorado &,BA' El Dorado's C Joe a! l Dorado W.K. (Ka P 215 1 Dorado