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PAGE SIX  THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 19, 1943 , 1 ' " .... = ....... .... Bishop's Peace Call Accompanied o,,,. o, Providence Academy Students ,,s SERVICES REWARDED_ Ip I I I I  #q s I I, s | / thews, 84, who has died her , Have I00usv, Interest,ng. Week 5octal Keconstructton Need '00,00ow,mthersupremef Francis PKnightandC,ofi, .... ..... Texarkana.--Last Je:k PreY!- in outdoor sports, which were a .. Washgton. (E!-A solemn call for a^justand good peace was Kmghts of Columbus deuce Academy had one o its grand finale to the early even- soundcu hr his wk ,, h Bishops c,,blcu a d]c nnual gen- man oi me ,,xecudve .ozz,mml busiest, as well as "n,ost interest- ing weeks since tfi opening of this school term. Catholic Book Week was duly observed throughout tile grades by exhibitions of po.,'ters pertinent to the occasion, oral and written book reports, periods devoted to silent reading, and various plays enacted by the pupils on the sub- ject of worthwhilg literature. A "Booklapd" scene was ex- hibited in the high school library. In connection with this display, students of the English classes dramatized a skit, "The Secret Book Agents," written by Teeny Ruth May, freshman. By means of this play the pupils were con- ducted on an observation tour through Bookville, Magazinetown, Pamphlet Inn, and School Paper City, thereby making the ac- quaintance of all the library's new books and magazines. In- terviewing the inhabitants of Bookland, who conducted puzzle contests for the students, made the project both interesting and in- structive. Book Week posters also played an important part in the exhibit. American Education Week was likewise appropriately observed. Each student inquired into his own school to see if he is making good use of the splendid education which the school offers him. On Tuesday two faculty mem- bers, Sister Adrienne Marie and Sister Miriam Dorothy attended the Primary Teachers' Meeting held at Mount St. Mary's in Little Rock. The Magazine Drive sponsored by the Curtis Company, in which pupils from Grades 5-12 partici- pated, ended on November 9 with the Army Air Corps contestants (Grades 5-7-9-11) victorious. The Ninth Grade won over the en- tire group, and the Sixth Grade came out first in their division, the Navy. The money realized from this campaign will be added in the name of the students of Providence Academy to the new school fund. Ann O'Dwyer, Pat Thomas, and C. G. Spears took charge of a special stamp-and-bond sale held on Wednesday, November 10 As a result of this sale, P.A. is $109.35 nearer their "Grasshopper." Henceforth, special weekly sales will replace the monthly ones. From 5-7:30 p.m., of the same day, the Knights of Columbus en- tertained the school children with a wiener roast. Bonfires blazed at various sections on the grounds, and fun resigned supreme. Tables for serving had been erected con- veniently nearby; and after the children had been served, they became enthusiastically engaged l Fine Rosaries At Low Cost No. SS.--Imported (Czechoslovakian) rosaries, silver plated chains, oxi- dized crucifixes, pastel shades, pink, green, blue, lavender and white. Exceptional value at-. $1.50 No. 65.---ttractive rosary, plastic beads in crystal, amber, blue, white, and purple. Strong chain and very nice oxidized crucifix $1.2S These rosaries were purchased long ago before they went off the market. Order from THE GUARDIAN 309 1-2 West 2rid Little Rock, Ark. PRAYERBOOK FOR R E L I G I O U S Size 7 x 5 Inches 1,20 pages A PRACTICAL GIFT FOE ANY SISTER OR NUN Nothing like this book in scope, plan, and practical utility; noth- ing equal to it in regard to com- pleteness and variety of devo- tions for the special use of Re- ligious has ever before been published in English, or probab- ly in any language. No. 2S0---Imlt. Leather, levant irraln limp, round corners, gold tltte rmd edges ............. $3.25 No. R82---American S a I Leather, limp, gold edge .... $.01 ( Order from [ log's merriment. Following the wiener roast, the Social Committee gave a sodality party in the school hall, at which time twelve candidates were initiated into the sodality. Much fun was derived at the expense of the "victims," but even they admitted that the initiation was unique. The remainder of the time was spent in playing games and dancing. When the party ended, happy sodalists said that they didn't remember ever having spent a more delightful evening. The next morning, November 11, Providence Academy students witnessed the raising of Old Glory on its new flag pole, a gift of the Knights of Coloumbus, Council No. 2650. The pledge of allegiance having been made, the children returned home to enjoy a free day. Thursday evening the Eagles scored a 6-point victory over their opponent, Rodessa. This was the hardest-fought football game the Birds had played this season, and their second victory. The game with De Kalb the preceding Fri- day ended with a score of 12-7 in the Eagles' favor. On both oc- casions the pep squad attended the games and cheered the vic- tors to success. .Germany Pledges To Respect Vatican City Vatican City. 00---Osservatore Romano published the following official announcement: "To put an end to unfounded circulating, especially abroad, concerning the conduct of German troops in regard to Vatican City. His Excellency the German Am- bassador to the. Holy See, under instrUctions from his government, has declared to the Holy See it- self that Germany, as it has up to the present respected the offices and activity of the Roman Curia as also the sovereign right and integrity of the State of Vatican City, has decided to respect them in the same manner for the future. also by the Ambassador." The Roman Curia, strictly speak]ng,:is the ensemble of de- partments and ministries which assist the Sovereign Pontiff in the government of the Universal Church. The statement that the Roman Curia is respected as well as the integrity of the State of Vatican City apparently has ref- erence to the fact that the offices of some of the Curia agencies are in Rome rather than in Vatican City, and personnel attached to the agencies have residence in the Eternal City. Altar Society Sponsors Supper Father Michael J. Lyons, of Palmer, N. Y., Catholic chaplain of a fighter squadron in the Southwest Pacific area, is decorated by Major General Ennis C. Whitehead with the Legion of Merit awarded by General MacArthur for "exceptionally meritorious conduct in the per "ormance of outstanding services in New Guinea." Fifth Air Force photo. I N.C.W.C.) Eisenhower, State Dept. Say Plane Over Vatican Not Allies Washington. (E)l='redicated on 8:07 bombs were seen by one of a detailed report received from these craft to burst in Rome. Vis- Gem Dwight D. Eisenhower, the ibility over Rome was reported at State Department has announced that time. There were no clouds. :that "beyond any doubt," the "Tile only bombs dropped by i plane which bombed Vatican City iany of these planes were as gel- Ion the night of November 5 was lows: Six of the Bostons carried not an Allied aircraft, out a bombing attack on Castlen- Upon receipt of a communica-uovo di Borti, 28 kilometers due tion concerning the bombing from north of Rome on the Via Flam- His Excellency the Most Roy. Am- inia. The seventh Boston de- lete Giovanni Cicognani, Apostolic ycleped engine trouble and bomb- Delegate to the United States, the ed objectives on a road in the State Department made an of- vicinity of Al:ce, 192 kilometers ficial inquiry of the War De- southeast of Rome. partment concerning the incident. "No bombs were dropped by the The War Department called on Mosquitoes within forty miles of General Eisenhower for a report. Rome. In his report, the State De- "General Eisenhower in his re- partment announcement said, port recalled that a Berlin broad- General Eisenhower accounted cast of several days ago predict- for all Allied aircraft in the Rome ed an early bombing of Rome by era on the night in question and the Allies. German aircraft established "beyond any doubt bombed Naples the same night that the attacking plane was not that the Vatican was bombed. an Allied aircraft." The report "The ApoOll Delegate has left a strong implication that the been informefl tog GeneraI Eisen- plane, which, reports stated, flew hower's reply." repeatedly over Vatican City and : :: dropped four bombs that fell close Msgr. Sheen Says to the Basilica of St. Peter causing considerable damage to buildings Key To Russian in the neighborhood but no cas- ualties, was a German craft sent Problem Religion over to discredit the Allies. Union City, N. J. (E) -- "The The State Department's release problem of Russia in relation to stated: "The evening of November 6, the peace 0f:the .world. involves the department received a corn- two lements,:.one pohtical, and "' " -, it is munication from the Apostolic the other reUgmus, ,,, " " Delegate in Washington inform- through the latter that a genuine ing it that on November 5 at 8:10 reapproachment with Russia must p.m., an airplane flew repeatedly over Vatican City and released be sought, declares the at. Rev. four bombs. The bombs fell on Msgr. Fulton J: Sheen, writing in Vatican territory and in close the November issue of The Sign. proximity to the Basilica of St. "The key to the Russian prob- Peter. While no lives were lost lem is religion, not politics," Men- considerable damage was inflict- signor Sheen writes. "The poll- ed on buildings in the vicinity, tics of" Russia is Communistic, "The Archbishop had no in- therefore based on expediency and formation with respect to the force, opportunism and violence. F " ti iti identity of the attacking plane. "But the s0ul of a people sur- er C V es The Department of State imme-vives and the Russian soul is ........ diately requested the War De-deeply religious. Our bond with Craworasvhm. -- no acrea-artment to " institute " " ' Heart Altar Society gave an Ital-)hrouh *h ........ ,:, nqurms Russia is in the people, not in the ....  .  ,,,,, .............. y politics; it is with the nation, not mn Chmken Spagheth Supper m ..... ....... authortms m an effort to denhfy with the States; it is with human- the home o Mrs. ema narL 'he nationalit ..... -" y oz ne aacKmg Tuesday night, November the 9th, ]lane ity, not Communism. which was well patronized, and/ " "Unfortunately, this is the is- . "A reply has now been received sue which is completely ignored a ace sum of money reahzed by ]from the ladies for their church activi-I General Eisenhower" which except for purposes of expediency H establishes beyond any doubt that when we falsely interpret Article m r I ihe attacking plane was not an After the sere" g of suppe , 124 of the Soviet Constitution on Rev Father Louis J Janesko, our R Allied aircraft. General Eisen- freedom of religion. There have n . .... " , " hewer reports that the only air- been many internal changes in ,._t ....... mnd off the cakes, [  - - and managed the raffling of the craft that. coroucted operations in Russia for the better as regards n h draws f the at the wcmty of Rome on Friday goose, a d t e ' g o _ . religion, but by no stretch of the tendane prizes by the guests. The night, November 5, were two Mos- imagination could genuine free- dom of religion be said to exist Altar Society has bought a $25.00 qvito intruders and seven Boston there." War Bond for the National Cstho- light bombers. lic School of Social Service in "The seven Bostons carried out Observing that the character of Washington, D. C., this school is an armed reconnaissance on roads the Russian soul is indisputably sponsored by the National Coun- north and south of Rome between Christian, Monsignor Sheen con- cil of Catholic Women. 4:20 and 8:25 that evening. At cluded: ,,, : :: "Every Catholic throughout the Archdiocesan Women Radio Coach world who attends daily Mass Discuss Peace Program ' says a series of prayers at the San Francisco. {)--The seven- end of Mass for Russia. For 43 point plan issued simultaneously years those prayers were said for by Catholic, Protestant and Jew- the settlement of the Lateran ish leaders formed the main basis Question. When that was settled of discussion at the quarterly in 1929, the Holy Father asked meeting of the San Francisco that these prayers be said for Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Russia. Women today. The Roy. Hugh "Will it take 43 years to have Donohoe presented the seven them answered? That we know points, with discussion from the not. But there is one thing we audience, at an evening meeting, do know: they will be answered! open to the public. Russia one day will be free! May At a luncheon meeting, the Rev. Amercia have the wisdom to see Merlin J. Guilfoyle addressed the that our political approach of ap- Council on point three of the peasing Communism will end in Papal Peace Plan, the establish- disaster, but that our religious meat of juridical institutions, approach to the Russian soul will A message from the women's end in peace and victory!" Catholic Action group of Mexico " "-: was given by Mrs. Frank Crick- Card. Gibbons' Grandnlece son, archdiocesan chairman of the Weds Spanish Diplomat Committee on Inter-American New Orleans. (EThe Most Relations, who spent several Roy. Joseph F. Rummel, Arch- weeks in Mexico this summer, bishop of New Orleans, of- ficiated in Holy Name of Jesus Prlest'$ Prayer Opens Church at the marriage of Miss Meeting Of Congres Margaret Gibbons Burke, grand- Washington. (g) -- The prayer niece of the late Cardinal Gibbons which opens each day's meeting of Baltimore, to Alfonso Sabadie of the House of Representatives y Anabitarte of Madrid, Spain, as- was offered by the Rev. Michael sistant to the Spanish Consul in S. Wasniewski, pastor of Holy New Orleans. Jose M. Garay, Trinity Church, Pine Grove, Den- Consul of Spain in New Orleans, mark, Wis. In the course of his Mrs. Mary Agnes 8chroeder, of was the best man. prayer, Father Wasniewski said: The bride is a graduate of "I see in spirit this very morn- Chicago. noted authority in the Georgetown Visitation Convent, ent oppressed nations, poor wid- educational radio field, who will Washington, D. C.; Loyola Uni- ows, starving orphans, looking conduct "The Queen's Workshop versity of the South and the forward and praying amid abun- of the Air." a complete radio School of Library Science of dant tears to this very place where  coaching service available to Louisiana State University. The we are just now assembled--the Catholic groups. The project will bridegroom is a graduate of the Capitol ef our American Govern- be inaugurated from St. Louis. by Institute General y Technico of ment--a standing symbol of the the Sodality central office of the Jaen, a branch of the University Fatherhood of God and the broth- Unlted States and CanadaJ of Granda, and studied at the erhood of man." ,N...W._._L " Ecole Francals in San Sebastian. era] Meeting of the Hierarchy, but at the same time the prelates issued a warning that there must be a social reconstruction in our own country based "not in hatred and vengeance but in justice and charity" and in "truth and right." "The peoples of the world," the statement said, "the simple peo- ples, the fathers of families, the toilers and laborers, the peoples who have the same interests and the same ambitions which we cherish are looking to us, to this great land of freedom. We must not disappoint them. It is our historic duty to do our full duty in the Family of Nations. The causes of war must be removed, the hon- est needs of peoples must be met, their rights recognized. This must be a good peace which our vic- tory will achieve." "But," said the Bishops, "first let us make ourselves in very truth peacemakers. Let us recognize the problems in our own social life and courageously seek the solution of them." Recognition Of God's Sovereignty Above all, the Bishops empha- sized that "a first principle must be the recognition of the Sov- ereignty of God and of the moral law in our national life and in the right ordering of a new world born of the sacrifices and hard- ships of war." Thereafter, the statement coun- seled on a group of urgent social subjects. It is heartening, the Bishops said, to note "the wide agreement on the moral postulates of a just peace amongst religious leaders, otherwise divided by the deep cleavage of fundamental doctrinal differences." This agree- ment, they said, had been evi- denced in three parallel state- ments on World Peace issued by American religious groups. The root of the maladies which have brought on the catastrophe of world war Sovereignty of God and of the moral law." No nation, the Bishops declared, has under God authority to in- vade family freedom, abrogate private ownership or "impede, to the detriment of the common good, economic enterprise, co- operative undertakings for mutual welfare and organized works of charity sponsored by groups of citizens. Rights, Dignity Of Family Concerning the rights and the dignity of the family, the Bishops stated that where the State vio- lates family rights and makes light of family stability and parental re- sponsibility, no amount of wel- fare work carried on or promoted by public authority will ade- quately provide for social well- being. The Bishops voiced a grave warning against the propaganda of so-called planned parenthood, which, they said, "weakens tle physical and moral fibre of the nation." They pleaded for a re- turn to the Christian concept of marriage and said "nee-pagan views on marriage which are be- ing propagated with misguided zeal in our country can lead to moral ruin and national decad- ence." Mayor Gorrell HeadsCommittee In Charge of Thanksgiving Festival Subiaco.  Mayor Frank H. Gorrell heads a committee of six men preparing the annual Subiaco Abbey and Parish Thanksgiving Harvest Festival, to be held the afternoon and night of November 25, Thanksgiving Day. Other leaders on the committee are George Huber, Joe Vogelpohl, Emil Etzkorn, Andrew Kehres, and Conrad Muehlegg. The Rt. Roy. Paul M. Nahlen, president, and the Roy. Anthony Schroeder, local pastor, are clergymen work- ing with the laymen for success ies are knitting and sewing to stock a fancy booth of their own. Among prizes announced are a $100 Defense Bond, a pure bred Hereford animal contributed by the abbey, and several valuable pieces of furniture. Every family in the parish vail be contacted for a contribution to the country Store, a feature of the bazaar, and this may be the best showing to date in that department. Because of an acute shortage of cotton in this section, the usual bale of cot- of the festival, ton prize has been eliminated. The Saint Benedict's men's soc- The festival will take place in iety, the Mothers' society, and the Anthony Hall gym on the academy young ladies' sodality are coop- grounds. Paris, Scranton, Prairie crating. The mothers have charge View, Morrison Bluff, Shoal Creek, of several important booths in-an other nearby towns usually eluding bingo, and the young lad- help to swell the crowd. Librarian Dies; that the Atlantic Charter pledges the united democracies to "free- 1-1elped leorganlze dom of thought," the speaker dis- Vatican Library cussed the application of prin- Green Bay, Wis. (El--Dr. 5. C. ciples within a country. "Neither M. Hanson, internationally-know inspection nor vigilance should be librarian, who is generally trod- allowed to negate the proclaimed ited with helping to shape the American Library Association system of cataloguing and who as- sisted in reorganizing the Vatican Library when that work was car- ried out under a grant of the Carnegie Foundation, died at his home here this week at 79 years of age. Dr. Hanson took leave of ab- sence in 1927 from the University of Chicago, where he was librar- ian, to work at the Vatican Li- brary. When he retired in 1934 he held many honors, includ- ing knighthood in the Order of St. Olaf of Norway, where he was born. Monopoly Of Education Condemned By College Dean Bogota. (E)  Dr. Francisco de Paula Perez, Dean of the Faculty of Law of the Pontifical Javeriana Catholic University here, con- demned monopoly of education in a recent address. Such mono- poly by officialdom, he said, !would constitute "an attack against the very foundation of democracy." Citing what has happened under totalitarian forms of Government, including Communism, and noting I THE Imitation of Christ by Thomas A Kempis 416 pges 3 1-2 x 5 inches (Edition Without Reflections) Translated from the original Latin by the Rt. Roy. Richard Challoner, D.D. With Appen- d.ix containing Prayers for Mass and other devotions. Clear Type on India paper. * * * No. 304 -- lair. Leather, limp cover, red ges, in box ...... $1.S0 No. 30S -- fruit. Leather, limp cover, round eornsrs, red under gold edges, In box .............. $2.00 No. 308 -- American Sul Leather, limp over, gold edges -- $2.S Order from The Guardian [I II m liberty," he said. 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