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J THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 15, ! 943 &apos; PAGE THREE 00RSONAL and SOCIALIAL000000 MS . STORIES eor Send Social Items to The Cdmzdlan " SUBMITTED 309 West Second St., Phone 5486, by / MUST BE Tuesday. [ SIGNED St. Edward's Mother Altar of Li,ttle Rock, will sport- October Parish Month in the afternoon and 26th. ellowing members are in of this party: Mrs. Julian Chairman, assisted by Rolf, Mrs. Frank Fred- Mrs. Louis Hart, Mrs. Ed- Mrs. Joe McNeil, Mrs. Hoyt, Mrs. Leo Byrnes, Sprick, Mrs. Joe Wal- Ben Wewers. Mrs. Tony Mrs. Joe Hampel, Helbron, Mrs. Frank Mrs. John Land, Mrs. bloyt, Mrs. Mary Hart, Kollorus, Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Roll, Or., Rolf, Jr., Mrs..Anna Mrs. Mary Beck, Mrs. T. Mrs. Roy Baer and Mrs. We. Lachowsky. There will be an attendance prize for afternoon and night and many door prizes. Tickets 25c. Everyone is cordially invited. FOR RENT  Furnished bed- room in private home adjoining ba; ,continuous hot water; gar- age. 1511 Wlch. Phone 2-2078. One bedroom for rent in new home two blocks from carline. Call 7383. of all .Kinds Estimates Free E?DIEeBALL I " p o 4-4904 | T. RANGE BUT TR.U E 00ttl..Z,ow, Fao,, to, Cothol,00, ;or00al Service d Monday morning, Oc- I0 for Mr Chris Rinks, 66. ,fV. Jerome Pohle, O.S.B., 47d the Requiem Mass ;inke was one of the old- [bers of Sacred Heart ' [ Morrilton, and was held ir,teem. A native of Ger- ['q had spent most of his l,,artman, and was well here. ]!l'ake is surwved by his [s. Elizabeth Rinks, nine .' Alois, Herbert and Ray- ],I-Iartman; Sergeant Ru- "<e, U.S. Army, South i.America; Miss Celia Rinks, Chi- cago, Ill.; Coxswain Leonard Rinks, U.S. Navy on sea duty; Corporal Edwin Rinks, Stockton Field, Calif; Corporal Harold Rinks, Camp Redding, Calif; avia- tion machinist mate, third class Carl Rinks, Corpus Christi, Tex- as; two sisters, Sister Justin O.S.B., Jonesboro, Ark., and Mrs. Henry Beumer, Coal Hill, and thirteen grandchildren. Mr. Rinks was overcome with heart attack while helping with the morning chores. He who gives himself with his alms feeds three--himself, his hungering neighbor and Me. Lowell. MY PRAYER BOOK By Father Lasance A MOST POPULAR PRAYERBOOK The reflections preceding the prayers in this book so attune the mind and heart that the prayers would seem but a natural outpouring of the soul to God. Ieflections, Counsels, Prayers, and Devotions, Con- tains also Marriage-Mass and many special Prayers. Regular Edition lmit. Leather, limp,, round red edges .................. $2.25 fruit. Leather, limp, round corners, gold edges ..... $2.75 N. C. W. C. Youth Director Warns About New Communist Tactics On Part of League Washington. ()--A warning to Catholic youth groups against ef- forts of the Young Communist League to assume leadership of the youth movement in this' country, has been issued here by the Rev. Paul F. Tanner, Director of the Youth Department of the National Catholic Welfare Conference, following announcement that the Young Communist League will change its name and seek cooperation with non-Communist groups. "The Communist press," Father Tanner states, "has recently an- nounced that a new name will be given the 'Youth Come,mist League' and that it will assume the lead- ership of a new youth movement to cooperate with non-Communist youth groups in religious, educa- tional, athletic, social and other fields. "Its battle cry will be three- fold: "anti-fascist," "defend de- mocracy," and "fight anti-com- munism." Its president, Max Weiss, declares it will rush to the defense of all minorities--oppose 'Jim Crowism,' 'anti-Semitism' and 'anti-Catholicism.' "The resurgence of this element in the youth field in the United States is symptomatic. Its record over the past decade indicates that a brazen, loud-mouthed, clever minority, by perverting language nnd exploiting to the limit all the techniques of securing publicity [can create the impression that the body of sensible decent American youth are in sympathy with their views. "I think Catholic young people, now filling the ranks of the armed seiwices in more than their pro- portionate percentage, will be rath- er contemptuous of the impudent assertion that te be anti-Com- munist is a Fascistic, anti-dem- i ocratic attitude. Any youth group that uses the tell-tale 'party line' slogan of 'anti fascist,' 'defend democracy' and 'fight anti-Com- munism, is to be carefully scruti- nized in the future. It is too bad that good things such as democ- racy and cooperation should be besmirched by these anti-Ameri- can agitators as the vehicles of their slimy propaganda." Greater Little R0ck Activities St. Andrew's Cathedral Sunday Masses at 6, 7, 9, 1O, and 11 o'clock. Masses at Holy Souls Chapel will be at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Masses during the week at the Cathedral will be at 7 and 8 o'clock. Novena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament will he held Sunday night beginning at 7:45 o'clock. Novena in honor of St. Theresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock Masses. The regular "Inquiry Class" will be held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night during the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appointment. The regular monthly meeting of the St. Andrew's Mothers' Club will be held on Thursday, October 21, at 2:30 p.m., at the Cathedral School Parlors. All members are asked to be present. Saint Edward's Church Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, Soldiers' Mass 8:30 and High Mass 11:00 A. M. The Sermon will be on "Divine Providence." All married women of the Parish are invited to receive Holy Com- munion in the 7:00 o'clock Mass. Sunday evening devotions, No- vena 6f the Sacred Heart and Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment at 7:30 p.m. Stuttgart Marine Has Happy Death Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses, Communion Mass 6:30 and School Mass at 8:30. Daily October devotions at 7:30 p.m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday night at 7:30. Social: The Parish and our friends will be entertained Tues- day night at 8:q5, hy the October Parish Month Committee. Good Counsel Church Novena for Peace and Victory will be held this afternoon at 3:00 o'clock followed by Bene- diction of the Most Blessed Sacra- ment. The Novena to St: Anthony will be held after all Masses on Tues- day morning. The Eucharistic Novena and the Novena to the Little Flower will be held Friday nightat 7:30 wRh Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. The St. Anthony Sodality will receive Holy Communion at the 7 o'clock Mass Stmday. Bonds and stamps are sold at Good Counsel school every Wed- nesday. Those wishing to buy may leave their money at the rectory or give it to the P.T.A. members who will buy and de- liver your bonds. We wish to thank nil our friends who helped to make our annual bazaar the most successful ever held. Little Rock.--(Special to The Guardian).How a young Marine hero met death with fortitude and faith is told in a letter from Chap- lain Paul J. Redmond of the First Marine Raider Regiment to Mrs. J. B. Buckley, Or., whose grand.- on, Thomas F. Buckley, Jr., was fatally wounded on July 1. "He was prepared to meet his God with all the rites of his Church." it states. He was buried with religious and full military hon- ors. This may be of some con- solation to you, I offered the tIoly Sacrifice of the Mass at his grave with his comrades standing around the altar. Chaplain Redmond a member of tie Dominican Order, stated that i he had sent a picture of Pvt. Buckley's grave to his mother, Mrs. Clyde Belle Buckley of Lit- tle Rock. "I am sorry that it is impossible to obtain another print showing his last resting place," the letter added. "Until a later date I may not give more informa- i tion than that we are proud to l have lived and served with him." Information from soldier com- rades in Pvt. Buckley's company has been obtained by the family and reveals that he was shbt twice in the back by a Japanese sniper in the New Georgia campaign and carried on a poncho through the jungle to the nearest emergency 142001 ' I?'00ol, Attractive Gift 0 American Seal Leather, limp, gold side red un.der sold; i 1' attractive .................................................................... $4.00 q'lS0, Persian Morocco Leather, limp, red under gold edges $4.00 Edition On Indi Paper With Epistles and Gospels "][ 1'2001, Imit. 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They stated that he was conscious and asked them to pray for him after receiving the last Sacraments. He died with a smile. The October number of "Ex- tension," National Catholic Monthly, contains a picture of Lt. Redmond and a group of Marine Raiders clad in camouflage jungle suits as they kneel in prayer be- fore the push from Segi to Veru Harbor. Although their backs are turned, one of the kneeling Mar- ines was readily recognized by relatives and friends as "Tommy," the boy they knew and loved. Pet. Buckley made his home with his grandparents and was a graduate of Holy Rosary and Stuttgart High Schools. He was only 17 when he enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1942. He was a member of Col. James Roose- velt's raider battalion and was sent to the Pacific War zone last spring. His father, Thomas F. Buckley, Sr., is a resident of Evanston, Ill. Each one of us carries in his Iheart a germ of sanctity, which 'would blossom forth at the bid- ding of the will.--Ozanam. 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Former Catholic High Coach Obtains Promotion Guardian Office.Pote Merloni, former coach of Catholic High Rockets, now with the Seabees writes that he has received the rank of Chief Petty Officer, or Chief Boatswain's Mate. He is at present stationed at Camp Peary, Virginia, with the 15th Super Battalion. Petty Officer Merloni is awaiting shipping orders as comDahy, chief of Headquarters Company, and recreation officer of the battalion. Mrs. Merloni has been in Vir- ginia with Officer Merloni, and is living' in Richmond, Virginia. Both are regular readers of The Guardian. Children Give Progam Honoring Father Jerome Clarksville.-- Thursday morn- ing, September thirtieth, after Mass and Holy Communion, a short program was given by the children of Sacred Heart School, in honor of the feastday of their pastor, Roy. Jerome Pohle, O.S.B. Following congratulations giv- en by the smaller children and "The Rosary of Love" a chaplet of good wishes given by the in- termediate grades, the upper grade boys and girls gave original plays, culminating the study of Arkan- sas. In connection with the program, parents and friends were given an opportunity to view the booklets on "Arkansas" made by the chil- dren, and the display of pictures on beauty spots of the state. Man isn't so smart as hc thinks he is. Thousands of years before he began to have i]eadaches in the afternoon from trying to think, the turtle had a streamlined body, turret-top, retractable land gear and a portable house. Saints are stars .of the first ;magnitude in the firmament of the Church. I Campbell, Mallory & Calvert INSURANCE OF ALL KINDS Aetna Floor Wallace Bldg. Phone 4-0225 II I I DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER  Chiropractor Pathometrle Precision Diagnosl 14 Years mzPsr- Isnes as s Grad. Bats Nurss Phone I-S4 SlO E, th Little Reck, Ark. Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers and Stationers 307-$09 Main Street "k CaLl . DAN DEARASAUGH For Office Supplies---Ph. 2-1846 I Fentress Mortuary The Only Establishment itt Wsstofn Arkansas deslgnod, built ud dedi- cated exolusivsly Ioy Funeral Ile- lell. PHONE 6178 Joseph Quinn, New President Crusade Unit, Names Committee The Monsignor Aretz Mission Crusade Unit of St. John's Semi- nary formally opened its year of activities on Sunday, October 10. The Unit this year is under the able direction of Messrs. Joseph Quinn, President, Joseph Wenger, Vice-President, Joseph Flanagan, Secretary and William Wellman, Treasurer. At this first meeting the list of committees that will guide the many and varied ac- tivities of the unit through the year was announced. They are as follows: ' The Spiritual Committee: Messrs. James Reilly, James Murphy, Robert Sheehy. The Correspondance Course: Mes- srs. William McCoey, Francis McCarthy, Arthur O'Sullivan, Martin Busby. Sub-Committee: Messrs. Peter Gadient, Ralph Bauer, James Naughtin. The Remailing Committee: Messrs. James Bowman, Leo Reid- muller, Francis McVay, John Doyle. Catholic Digest Committee: Mr. Joseph Abels. The Religious Store: Mr. Jacob Bauer. The Entertainment Committee: Messrs. Julius Romani, Cor- nelius Buckley, Valentine Turner, John Collins, Andrew Gonda. During the course of the meet- ing the studerts were treated to an interesting and informative talk by Mr. Thomas Culhane on the life and zeal of the Missionary Bishop Simon Gabriel Brute, first Bishop of Vincennes, Indiana. The story of the trials and hard- ships endured by this saintly man, typifying the life to which we all aspire, was an inspiration to all present and a challenge to follow in the path he so gloriously blazed This coming week will witness the formal resumption of the St. John's Correspondence Course here at the Seminary. The vital importance of these courses can- not be stressed too often or too strenuously upon our readers. Once again we appeal to you to aid us in every way you can to insure the continued success of these courses. Our first appeal is for your prayers for without these we cannot hope to have any measure of success in this extre- mely important project. Second- ly we ask of you the names and addresses of any friends, Catholic or non-Catholic, who may be in- terested in a study of the Church and her fundamental teaciings. Please forward these names and addresses to the St. John's Cor- respondence Courses, St. John's Seminary, Little Rock, Arkansas. There is no fee whatever incum- bent upon the student for this course. A donation of one dollar to cover expenses occurred relative to books, printing, post- age, etc., would be gratefully re- ceived, but is by no means re- quired. On Monday, October 11, a Missa Cantata was sung in the Seminary Chapel by the Right Roy. Msgr. John J. Healy on the occasion of the third anniversary of the death of his father. The officers of the Mass were: Master of Ceremonies: Mr Aloysius Dunleavy. Thurifers: Messrs. Paul Bu- jarski, Cletus Semper. TO GET RID OF A BAD COLD IN A HURRY TRY S. & B. "SPRATOX" It is just the remedy to check it quickly and if used in time will often prevent it, and other troubles '.hat follow a cold. We are mailing it out every day, why can't we mail you an autfit75c complete and guaranteed to satisfy SNODGRASS & RRACY --Advertisement. HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Compan00 Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of PLUMBING & ,HEATING 321 West Capitol Phone 6153 Little Rock, Arkan& Reliable--Satisf actory Servers: Messrs. Robert Boyle, Valentine Turner. Acolytes: Messrs. Josepl Burd- sall, John O'Rourke. The traditional football classic of the Preparatory Seminary: "Old Boys vs. New Boys" was held on Friday, October 1. The event turned out to be a real thriller right up until the final whistle. The "Old Boys" won to the tune of 18 to 0, but the "New Boys" showed surprising ability in the excellent playing of Peter Pug- liese, Harry Flounders, and An- thony Plakis. The "Old Boys" were ably represented by John Janesko, Joseph Poposky and Ed- ward Mooney. lhe backfield for the "Old Boys" showed excellent teamwork among Bernard Blan- chard, Victor Ciganero, Joseph Cooney, and Thomas Stauder former Captain of the Cattmlic High Rockets. On Monday, October 4, the Genesian Society, the dramatic society of the Preparatory Semi- nary, had its initial meeting of the vear. The officers for this year are: Mr. John Quigley and Mr. George Tribou, President and Vice-President respectively. An election was held for the office of Secretary. The choice fell upon Mr. Edward Mooney. The new Secretary thanked the stu- dents and promised to do his utmost in promoting the success of the Genesian Society. The aims of the Society for the year were announced by the President, Mr. John Quigley, who at the same time stressed the point that co- operation and spirit were factors vitally needed to insure the suc- cess of the organization. Canada Hospital For Mental Cases Blessed By Cardinal Quebec. 00--The new St. Mi- chael the Archangel Hospital, di- rected by the Sisters of Charity at nearby Mastai, which has ac- commodation for some 2,000 men- tal cases, was blessed by .His Eminence Rodrique Cardinal Vil- leneuve, Archbishop of Quebec, in the presence of representatives of the Church and State. The vast building replaces the hospital which was destroyed by fire in February, 1939. The pres- ent structure, consisting of a main building 600 feet long and seven stories high, is one of the most modern of its kind in America. At either end of the main building are two wings,, each 200 feet long and six stories high. 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