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PAGE TWO ; THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 19, 1943 ...... GG-O-ARD P-APAt P-A-t=A-CE iN-ROME ...... " - . .... - ,olds Annu00 Observers Note Signs .r Monstrance St, Mary.s. Parish Groundwork Of World Thanksgmng Bazaar, Nov. 25 Peace Now Being Made o Little Rock.--st. Mary's Mrs.FrankM.Bargiel'page, Mrs.MrS'FrankLe ZI(S. nual Thanksgiving Supper and ak:r nMrSkJoOhs ZaW2nSlak, , y je i " 3 The Vatlcan's famed Palatine Guard of Honor has taken ewer the protection of the Papal Palace at the Basilica of St. John Lateran In Rome, which enjoys extraterritoriality under the Lateran Treaty. The guard is pictured, equipped with rifles and bayonets at a pre-war ceremony In St. Peter's Square. (N.C.W.C.) By J. P. Reynolds The fotlu,v,r.g Knights lzave been appointed by State Deputy, Abcrt E. Ernst as chaiiman of the State Five Point Committees: C&tholle AetivltywBro. Harry King, 617 Oak St., Pine Bluff, Ark. Membershli-Bro. John Sara, 1720 Ash St., Texarkana, Ark. Ceuneli Program--Bro. A. F. Delalaye, 2901 Grand St., Fort Smith, Ark. Insuranee---Bro. Robert S. Peters, 2909 Lee St., Little Rock, Ark. lbllelty--Bro. J. P. Reynolds, 903 East 9th St., Texark.ana, Ark. Do you have a Five Point Program planned or already in opera- THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS NEWS Council 812 The regular meeting of the Council 812 was held Tuesday night at the Council Hall, 609 Scott. Approximately fifty mem- bers attended the meeting. In the absence of Grand Knight Hel- bran who had a slight operation Monday, the meeting was presid- ed over by Deputy Grand Knight Krebs. The Council Committee passed a resolution canceling the state and council per capita tax on members serving in the Armed Forces until they are released from service. The speaker of the evening was Lt. Colonel B. T. Keen. Colonel Keen is a native of Ohio and was practicing medicine in Perryville, Missouri, when called out of the U. S. Army Reserve wherein he l held a commission as Major. He was given charge of the medical division of the local induction sta- tion. Colonel Keen took the members of the Council through an imaginary trip to the induction station. For fifteen minutes he described the trail that the selectee must follow. He explained num- erous causes of rejection and gave the members some sound advice regarding their immediate fam- ily should they happen to be chos- en to serve in the Armed Forces. Colonel Keen then allowed the members to question him regard- ing the induction station and for forty-five minutes he answered all types of questions except those, of course, that were mili- tary secrets. From all indications of the questions a lot of doubts were settled in the minds of men regarding this particular phase of the United States Army. Colonel Keen has been a Knight of Col- umbus for twenty years and at- tends the St. Andrew's Church. Grand Knight Helbron has an- tion in your council? It worked and. produced results in every council in which it was seriously tried, and we feel that there is no council so lacking in mental- ity or interest as a whole, that could not find a sufficient num- ber of really interested brothers to take over the task of organizing and .stimulating five active com- mittees, each committed to a specific work. No member is either too young or too old to lend his personal efforts towards the perfection of such a program, if intelligently'directed, and is will- ing to work. Willtngnes to work along co- operative lines, is the direct re- sult of loyalty, and loyalty must necessarily come from knowledge. You must know your Order; its past splendid record, its prese status, and its future needs and possibilities. If this knowledge doesn't inspire active loyalty, in- terest might be aroused by stress- ing and superiority of Knights of Columbus insurance; cheap, safe and sound; qualities rare in these times of ceiling prices, war, and news commentators. nounced the following committee in charge of tim dinner which a group of Knights sponsor each year. This years' Committee is: Leo. J. Krebs, chairman, Rev. Fa- ther Ed Malay, Leo J. Byrne, John L. Sullivan, and John Hel- bran. Grand Knight Helbron ad- vises us at this writing that an excellent speaker has been select- ed as well as toastmaster. For this occasion :in so much as the theme of eve'rything is military two high ranking officers of the U. S. Army have accepted the honor to act as toastmaster and speaker respectively at the gath- ering of friends of St. Joseph's Orphanage. Officers of the coun- ty, tate and city will be invited as ell as many prominent busi- ness men. Grand Knight, John R. Helbron, 412 Fountain Street, is confined to his home this week, due to a minor operation on his left knee. He is in good spirits and able to hobble around. Dear Brother John, all your Brother Knights wish you a speedy recovery. Brother Ed Wortsmith, 1300 IH % i II IIIII THE SUNDAY MISSAL by Father Lasanee NEW-- IMPORTED SIMPLI- FIED--ONE OF TilE FINEST BOOKS PUBI,ISHEIN--MADE IN EXCELLENT BINDINGS Father Kelly's'Study Plan shows how to ue this Missal and teaches all about the Mass, Alter, Sanctuary, vestments etc. Father Losance explains the spiritual nature of the Mass. No Interruptions, avoidlnz eo.t,do- When to kneel, stand, ale Is indicated. , * s size 33-4x53-4 No. 28S--Black Imtt. Leather limp covers, round Corners', rad edgea $2.2S No. 289Amerlean Sepl Leather, limp covers, g01d side, red under gold edges ................................... "r ...................... $4.00 No. 290---American Morocco Leather gold roll, red under gold edges_ $4.50 Order from The Guardian H III IIH IIIII I I I / WASHINGTON LE?trER By Elmer Murphy Washington. (El--As Washington sees the chaotic world situation there are unmistakable signs that the groundwork of world peace is already being laid, even though the tide of war is rising in inten- sity. The administrative machinery by which international efforts Cab be focussed upon common problemsthe rehabilitation of stricken nations, the averting of war and the promotion of world-wide se- curity-is taking shape and the collaboration of many countries in setting up a sort of world federation to attain these objectives is ap- parently under way. More and more these are being weighed not in the perspective of rational in- terests but in the perspective of a tremendous and urgent test of international benefit, the efficacy of practical and work- In other words, aggressive ha-ing democracy--the free and ef- :fective expression of the funda- tionalism is giving way to inter- mental and irrevocable rights and national cooperation. Among the dignity of the individual." significant examples pointed out The Moscow agreement points are the action of the Senate in ex- in the same direction. It takes pressly approving the participa- cognizance of the possibility of ap- ties of the United States in post- plying the same democratic prin- war reconstruction and the safe- ciples to post-war conditions guarding of peace; the Moscow especially the setting up of tern- conference pledging on the part of porary governmental machinery in the United States, Great Britain the reconquered countries. Both and Russia united effort in up- will be tests of the effectiveness holding democratic ideals and pre- i of democracy operated on a world venting a repetition of the dis- scale. aster of war, and organization of As President Roosevelt suggest- the United Nations Relief and Re- ed, "nations will learn to work habilitation Administration, rep- together only by actually work- resenting 44 allied countries, life to our American boy. These steps were not related one to another but taken altogether they indicate a general trend to- . ward international cooperation which may be the starting point- ing of creating a new method of procedure in solving world prob- lems and setting up a new world order. The Atlantic City conference of the Relief Administration is di- rected to the practical problem of rehabilitating nations which have been the victims of Nazi aggres- sion, but its implications go be- yond that. As Administrator Leh- man said at the opening session, "the human needs of these mil-i lions who have suffered so great- ly present to the United Nations West llth. street, North Little Rock, is at St. Vincent's Infirm- ary, suffering from the effects of a major operation, performed last week. He probably will be able to have company Sunday. Dear Brother Ed it is the sincere wish of all your Brother Knights, that you will soon be able to visit with us again. 'S-Set. H. Joe Sutton, 1617 Bat- trcm "Somewhere In htr|Ea." Chaplain Brian T. Murphy. C P.. sends this picture of a Monstrance made from salvaged parts of G e r m a n Messerschmldt plane downed by his flyers. Thus an instrument Intended to deal out death Is now used. Its parts re- assembled, to be the temporary house of God. blesses and gives tery, was a pleasant visitor at the' Club this week. Brother Joe is looking fine and full of vigor. His duties as an Army Weather Forecaster, in the Army Air Corps. requires constant travel in Army planes to various parts of the United States, but generally along the Atlantic Coast. Cox. Joseph I. Kresse, 1900 Pike Avenue, North Little Rock, is home on a furlough visit. Brother Joe is with the Coast Guards and stationed at Annisquana, Mass. His twin Brother, Eugene is also with the U.S. Coast Guards, b'ut he is in Seward, Alaska. He too is expected home before Christ- mas, on a furlough visit. Brother Joe surprised all his Brother Knights last Sunday morning by ! attending Mass at St. Patrick's Church, along with other mem- bers of this Council, by receiving Holy Communion in a body, and attending Communion Breakfast with his fellow members, where he was recognized as an honored guest, on this auspicious occasion. Brother J. F. Keleher, 680 Riv- erside Drive, New York City, visited the Club last Sunday and expressed his surprise in seeing the Club so nicely remodeled. At present Brother Keleher is sta- tioned at Camp Robinson. Brother Joseph H. Yeager form- er Warden of this Council, is at the Army and Navy Hospital, Hot Springs, Ark. Joe was operated on last week, and is still weak from result of a major operation. STU'IGART COUNCIL Grand Knight, Louis Rein- hart, Bishop John B. Morris Council, Knights of Columbus, Stuttgart, announces an initia- tion class for Sunday, Novem- ber 28. Brother Reinhart extends an invitation to the other councils to take'part in this induction of new members. The three degrees will be conferred on Sunday afternoon :beginning at 1 p.m. Arrange- ments are being made for a banquet to be held at the Rice- land hotel Sunday evening. Council, 2650 St. Edward's Council No. 2650 ing together." If this course is to N C W C ) be followed, it would mean that " ......... the pattern of peace would not be ,,N,.;:.v--:::::.,,,,,.N,,..: laid out in detail at the conference I  ,rnm .m i table but would be worked out l [ ................ r g adually, step by step, probably I  I.nt.l| : over a period of several years, I ..... and each problem would be con-I sidered as it arises or in the or-/l   . . 4 der of ts mportance. The re-/  lief of liberated peoples will be[ lr the first task to be done but oth-I[ #l]lt'v  ![ er similar tasks will follow. [  %.,  The prevalent Washington [  d[l--.[ [[]]  ] viewpoint now seems to be that[ ll /% the plan for world peace and se-|  dlk2'JP v-- curry will be drafted in this[   piecemeal way until the transi-/l lFAllr.r- Gt tion from a war basis to a peace/$ 111 - '| basis is complete. It cannot be[ "  m:comnlished all at once. | | | Ray. Alphonse Mueller, O.$.B., ] 1  spiritual director, Charleston / T. J. Arnold, I)reeldent | / IS II I s ts Park Hill, io. Little Rock [:fhnllr I In,nn G. . %.I.11 IVll% 1lllVll Leo Hammer, traasurer, Ft. Smith J. J. Duarr. Ist vice-president, f i I Charleston f 4 L]k    I t   Mrs Mary Burke, lad vlca-proaldsnt 5 | Pocahontas UI /-% IIJlJCIJ ...... Victor torasmater, 3rct vice-president, Morr/lton Z Rev. Anthony Lactowsky. C.S. Sp. Conway, Spiritual Director . Knights of Columbus is crowding quite a few activities in this[ month of November. November I 10th, they sponsored a Wiener- roast for the fseulty and students of St. Edward's School and Pro- tion of our parent organiz%tion vidence Academy, on the school while in convention assembled at grounds. On the same day, a new flag pole, the gift of the Knights, was raised in front of the school. Sunday, Nov. 14, the Council was host to the Texarkana Cimp- ter of the American Legion, who attended the 8:30 Mass in a body and were entertained with an in- formal breakfast in the Church auditorium, immediately after. Tuesday, Nov. 23, Commemora- tive Exercises will be held in the hall at 8:00 p.m. These impres- sive services, recalling to our mind, the good brothers who have preceded us to the grave, and their contribution to our council's success, in years past, should be well attended. C4trl J. Meurer, Little Rock, President Bruno Llenhatt, Morrilton Secretary-Treasurer Jno. M. Willams. Subineo. First Vice President O.rge 8tfemel, Pocahontas, Second Vice President Peter P, Hiegel, Conway, Third Vice President l Shown here is the program for the Northwestern District quarter- ly meeting of the Catholic Union of Arkansas, and the Catholic Wo- men's Union. The meeting is to be held at St. Boniface's Parish Ft. Smith, on November 21, 1943. 1 P.M.--Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament 1:30 P.M.--Registration of Dele- gates by Committee, at St. Boniface hall. 2 P.M.--Join meeting of District CU of A, and CWU of A, opened by Mr. John Vorster, Paris, District President CU of A. ' Prayer: Rev. Edward Chrisman, O.S.B., Spiritual Director CWU of A. Song: "Star Spangled Banner" by Audience. Welcome Address: Rev. Mark Berger, O.S.B., St. Boniface parish, Ft. Smith. "Our Holy Father"--Rev. Bede Mitchell, O.S.B., Subiaco. "Act of Consecration to the Im- maculate Heart of Mary"-- Ray. James Foley, O.S.B., Ft. Smith. "Dress Reform"--Rev. Fabian Diersing, O.S.B., New Blaine Talk--Mrs. John Werner, presi- dent, Northwestern District League CWU of A. Talk--Mr. John Vorster, presi- dent, Northwestern District League CU of A. Open Forum PrayerRev. Mark Berger, O.S.B. Adjournment of Joint Meeting, after which separate business, meetings will be held by both or- ganizations. All societies in the district and visitors are asked to attend. Resolution No. 10 passed at the State Convention held at Morril- ton as follows: Resolution No. 10: "While in ikn'mcr years we recommended to our members to read and discuss the resolutions adopted at the annual Convention o the Catholic Central Society of America, we wish on this oc- casion to call the attention of all to the momentous "Declaration on Peace and Reconstruction", adop- ted by the 88th Annual Conven- Mr. Peter P. Hiegel, Secretary of Conway Branch No. 994, re- ports a very successful meeting on November 7th at which the elec- tion of officers was held as fol- lows: Spiritual Director=--Rev. An- thony Lachowsky, C.S.Sp. President--Henry Enderlin Vice-president--Albert Hiegel Past president--William Thines Chancellor--Anthony Dussex, Jr. Recording & Financial Secre- tary, Treasurer--Peter P. Hiegel Escort--William E. Tyler Secretary--Emil Moix Trustees--Maurice Moix, Sr., Edward Halter and Monica Strack. The Chairman of the Juvenile Committee reported that a meet- ing of the Juveniles would be held in the next 10 days. Conway now has 55 Juvenile members, the second largest number in the State, Subiaco Branch having 82 Juveniles. Mr. Hiegel also reports that his Branch is working on the Mission Fund drive of the Catholic Union and would report on this in Jan- uary meeting. The Arkansas Fraternal Con- gress will hold its annual meeting at the Hotel Marion on Wednes- day, November 17th. This Con- gress is an Association of all Fra- ternal Insurance Societies of the State and the Catholic Knights of America have been affiliated with same since its organization many years ago. T. J. Arnold, George H. Steimel, Leo. & Byrne and Miss Barbara Eheman of the C. K. of A. are officers of the State Congress. Homer M. Adkins wi!l deliver can understand the better the dif- ficult problems facing us. It is the duty of enlightened citizen- ship to know the mind of the Church on a subject so vital as is that of Peace and Reconstruction." The Central Bureau has just recently completed the printing of this notable document and copies 'of same are now available. The adoption of this "Declaration" by cur National Convention at Springfield, I11., on August 23rd and adoption of Resolution No. 10 at our Morrilton Convention impose the obligation on all of- ficers mad members of the Ca- tholic Union to read, discuss and ';tudy tl)is masterly presentation of this momentous subject by Rev. Ah)isiw; J. Muench, Bishop of Fargo, that our membership may be able to promote intelligently ,nd zealously the fundamental principles of Peace, as enunciated by our Holy Father Pius XII. Fundamentally an enduring Peace presupposes thc will to Peace, and such will must be cultivated and fm'tificd, as must also the knowl- edge of the need and means of re- storing society to health after the ravages of war. Our societies and members should seriously apply themselves to the study and distribution of the "Declaration of Peace and Reconstruction." Copies may be obtained at 10cts per copy, $1.00 per dozen, $1.75 per twenty-five and $5.00 per hundred copies, from the Central Bureau, 3835 Westminister Place, St. Louis, 8, Missouri. k Springfiehl, Illinois, on August 21-24, 1943. The Declaration is a fully de- veloped exposition of the prin- ciples, methods, and measures that must be adopted if the world is to enjoy enduring peace and the security of nations as assured by justice and charity. Every sentence of the notable document is founded in some pronounce- ment of an Encylical or address of one of the distinguished Popes of the past 50 years. The Declara- tion of Peace and Reconstruction is therefore a guide of inesti- mable value, the contents of which our members should be well ac, quainted with,in order that they Altar Society will hold their An- Bazaar at the School Hall, 16th & Parker Sts., North Little Rock, on Thursday, November 25th. A delicious chicken dinner with all the trimmings will be served from 5:30 to 8:00 P.M. Tickets for adults will be 60c and children's Angela Kaczka. / Mrs. Ray Fisher is in charge distributing chance cards. .. Miss Louise Siepiela is  man of the Bazaar and she be assisted by the following L tickets will be 30c. the Tango Booth; Miss Adel Carnival attractions and games Koscielny, Miss Angelyn Kale Ii e will be arranged at the hall to insure visitors an enjoyable Miss Elizabeth Barren, Miss evening. Mrs. Frank Farjewicz, binia Zarnoski, Miss Ann Ks Ang-,,,m Miss Thresa Kresse, Miss :'fl General Chairman, announces the Micek, Mr. John Bowman, ,r ',s following committee: Leon Siepiela and Mr. Leo, Za,taol Kitchen committee: Mrs. S.J. Miss Dorothy Barron, MgSlea: Kaczka, Jr., chairman; Mrs. A. M. retta Lukas and Miss ]v '2 Micel, Mrs. M. Barry, Mrs. I" Zarnoski will be in charge ofo Niedzwiedz, Mrs. Joe Bulmanski, Novelty Booth. ,[ha. Mrs. Val Lukas, Mrs. Nick Lukas, Mrs. Frank Gartska, Mrs. John Mr. Sylvester Lukas will I)e[a ( Bauman, Mrs. Joe Mangrum, Mrs. charge of the "Fun Booth". rai Loyd McMurry, Mrs. Jeans Jack- This is an annual affair st.er son and Mrs. Mary Hammons. Mary's Parish and Father Bar'he Dining Room committee: Mrs. dziej and his parishioners c0r] Andrew Zazac, chairman; Mrs. tally invite every one to coa{ Cathohc Catholic or,!00 Business Women's | | Club | DaughtersAM00000000c00r The Catholic Business Women's Club met for its regular monthly dinner meeting at the Freiderica Hotel on Monday, November 8th, with fifty-five members present. The Ray. Patrick Lynch, counsel- lor, opened the meeting with a prayer. Miss Lillian Summers, Project Chairman, announced that the Annual Card Party would be held at the Robinson Memorial Auditorium on January 27, 1944. Mrs. Burke Toliver, Program Chairman for November, intro- duced Mrs. H. W. Brandhorst who gave a most interesting talk on Panama and told of the fiesta of "The Black Christ" which she had witnessed. Guests were: Mrs. McLean, Mary Zinsur, Mrs. Zack- arson, Mrs. Betty Messner and Mrs. Edward Mahoney. Mrs. Joe=Hampel, St. Edward's, Heads Committee Little Rock.--Mrs. Joe Hampel of St. Edward's Church will head the Hospitality Committee, at the NCCS-USO Club at 112 East 7th Street on Sunday, November 21st. Assisting Mrs. Hampel on her committee are the following ladies: of the parish; Miss Frances Hart, Mrs. M. C. O'Brien and Mrs. S. J. McNeil. Members of the Junior  Hostess Club will assist with the serving. Coffee and rolls will be served to the service men at the Com- munion Breakfast and coffee and sandwiches will be the feature of the afternoon refreshment hour. All service men are cordially in- vited to drop in the Club anytime during the day. Christmas Plans Made At St. Anne's Meeting The St. Anne's Altar Society met Sunday after Mass. The Soc- iety made plans for Christmas and for the formation of a study club. The ladies at this meeting bought new cassocks for the altar boys, an honor roll for the boys in service, and a Papal and an Amer- ican flag to be displayed in the Church. It was decided at the meeting to have the discussion club meeting for the month of December at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kierre. the address of welcome to the Congress Delegates. Mrs. Grace W. McCardy, President of the National Fraternal Congress of America and Mr. Farrar New- berry, National President of the Woodmen of the World, will also address the meeting. THE NEW ROMAN MISSAL ! [Contents [! i / Forty lIour's Devotion  ii ] ' Short l,ivesof Saints ;IU i' I Exl)lnation of Symbols   I Prayers for_. Private_. Devo- ..:,. ]I No. 207  The New Roman Missal, Imit. Leather, levant,  7" afej I limp, round corners, gold side and back title, red edges-- "" I N,. 207A -- The New Roman Missal, American Seal leather, //mP i gold side and back reel edges .................................. "" No. gpciai?en::: Leather Case with button anap clasp f2s;r, I Order From [ The Guardian i"._ k,,, 80S W.t 2(nd Little "o0,' The Semi-Annual Corn breakfast was held by OUl,d of Perpetual Help Court NI Catholic Daughters, last .l November 14. The memb,t tended Mass in a body  o'clock at St. Andrew's Ca with breakfast afterward Hotel Lafayette. Father B.]] Devitt read the Mass. The.CO tee on arrangements for the fast was Wilhelmina Margr May Andrews. The progr the breakfast was in charge newly appointed Co,vert Chairman, Mrs. Maud la and was on the WHYS. diately following the b r.e the regular monthly b tl meeting was held at the _r of Columbus Home, 60g  Street. i L i Our Lady of Perpetul;d Court 1223, held its serni-la Communion breakfast last  day at the Hotel Lafayette, ='M] members attended Mass at 1 at St. Andrew's tathedrl. read by Father' L:"  '  I Mass was . McDevitt. During the breakfast, Dr Bremyer, Worthy Grand  presented the State officerS_. ,t,T,,i[" Court: Miss Louise 1Vlm''l- State Regent, and Miss Kelly, State Secretary. 0 - Maude Radnedge, Chairms &- Convert League, conduete} most interesting "Why" _ l/lit,. Guests at the breakfast ver M. Kelly, Mrs. J. J. RaleY, Jennie Fay, and Miss Ve Following the breakfast, c- monthly meeting of the was held at the Knights O umbus Hall, 609 Scott stree-} Dr. Annie Bremyer, Worthy v.! Regent, in charge Fath6  Malay, Spiritual Director v/s speaker Allsopp & Chapl)l Booksellers and stt llw#i  807=309 Mall* Street I k Call k  DAN DEARASAUGtl. tt For Office Supplles---Plb ,l 1' St. Anthony" Hospital ti MORR:LTON, AlglL k