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THE NOVEMBER. 23, 1945.., PAGE00,TWQ, Contradidion Seen In Status Of Envoy Of Polish Regime Professor Named-To Washington Post Was Citizen Of u: s., Not Poland, Only a Few Weeks Ago WASHINGTON LETTER By J. J. Gilbert V/ashington.mThis National Capital is about to welcome a man on a diplomatic mission, who, in himself, represents one of the queerest combinations of contradictions and oddities ever embodied in a diplomat coming to these shores: I. Only a matter of weeks ago, this man was not a citi- zen of the country he comes here to represent. 2. Until quite recently he was a citizen of the United States, the country to which  he now comes as a foreign am- bassador. 3. He is not of the racial origin of the country he repre- sents, although he was born there 4. Representing a predominatly Catholic country, he is not a Cath- olic. 5, He represents a regime which, with outside backing, oust- ed the government which original- ly was instrumental in sending him to the United States. 6. He was educated largely on scholarships provided by the form- er government, which he now op- 7. As a citizen of the United he made a weird trip to his native land, reputedly to recon- -;-::;::;:;-,,-" cile his people to forgign domina- Arkansas State tion. 8. Even before he assumes his Council goodwill duties to this country, he has incurred the extreme dis- pleasure of a large segment of this country's population. The man is Prof. Oscar Lange, who has been named ambassador . " of the present Polish regime to the United States. He is, presumably, a citizen of Poland again. Ot Last year, while he was a naturalized citizen of the United states, he flew to his native Pe- A land, with the Rev. Stanislaus Orlemanski, on a mission which was described at the time as be- Rev. Chas. Wolffer, C.S,Sp, ing "the 'phoniest' propaganda spiritual director. Morrllton T. J. Arnold, pres., N, Little Rock that the usualy cIever idea men G. H. Kankel, secy., Brlnklay in Russia had palmed off in the Leo Hammer, trs., Ft. Smith United States." A large delega- Albert Hlegel, Ist v-pres., Conway tl0n representing the Coordinating F. G. O'Donnel, 2nd v-pres,, Pocahontas Committee of Polish-American Nick Minden, 3rd v-pres.. Ft. Smith societies called at the State De- Supreme Convention in Little Roch partment vigorously to protest this in 194s ' junket. They called it an action Supreme Delegates: Bruno Llenhart ,, . " and Gee. H. Steimel ....... directed against the rights of the Alternates: Leo Hammer and T.J. !people and of the State of Poland," Arnold.  and a plan "to mendaciously rep- : :  resent several millions of Ameri- N  cns Of Polish decent as idolaters Convay C.K. of A. Branch Nq. 5f Stalin." Professor Lange born in Po- 994 is second highest in National .land, but of German parentage: Honorable mention list of juenil.: He, educated in Poland and, branches in tle Order, with 87 according to reports, achieved a juveniles. Subiaco is third up with reputation for collectipg scholar- B3 members.  Ft. Smith, Little ships. On One of these, he came Rock, No. 79, Charleston, Atkins, to the United States. Onde here Pocahontas, and Altus make up he divested himself of his Polish the other eight Arkansas branches citizenship, donned American citi- on honorable mention list.  ' a teaching post at If any member is not receiving ty of Chicago, and the monthly journal please notify came to be known among Polish- the Supreme secretary, No. 4Noi ,mericans as a radical. 8th St., St. Louis, 1 Me., giving hihq : both the old and new addressesl H. Steimel have been State Presb November being the month of dents of the Congress. At Men- the loor souls all C.K. of A. perh.. day's session, T. J. Arnold was bers in Arkansas are requested tO elected 3rd Vice President and pray for the repose of the souls of George H. Steimel, Sergeant At our departed brothers who made Arms and Leo J. Byrne and Miss the supreme sacrifice of their lives Barbara Ehemann were appointed on the battlefields in the war Just .Committeemen. brought to a close namely:. .George H. Steimel with law of- Lt. Thomas M. Shriver, Brandh rice in Pocahontas and C.K. of A. No. 79, Little Rock. -:'; State Organizer reports that his 1st. Sgt. John M. Lindborg, :new home is about completed and Branch No. 994, Conway. .  hewill move from EnKelburg to Cpl. Lawrence Edwin Selg, Po:cahontas in next few days He Branch No. 1010, Subiaco. , also reports his youngest daughter Lt CIarence J. Maus, Bianch is, under the care of a Memphis No. 1030, Atkins. :.i :: specialist and hope is expressed Pfc. Virgil Fiori, Branch NO. :that she will soon be on the road 1054, Tontitown. T. J. Arnold, president of Cefl- tral District of the Catholic UniOn of Arkansas has called a meetiflg of the district to be held at Con- way, Sunday afternoon, Decem. ber 2nd. All affiliated societids are cordially invited and urged to send as many delegates and visit- ors as possible. Now that gaso- line is ration free a large attend, once is expected. Conway is noted for its hospitality and sociability and will have a full program ar- ranged for this last district meet- ing to be held this year. P. G. O'Donnell, 2nd vice presi- dent of C.K. of A State Council and financial secretary of Poca- hontas Branch No. 476 reports the installation of their newly elected branch officers by state organizer, George H. Steimel. Mr.O'Donnell also reports several new applica- tions for adult and juvenile mem- bers. He will be the installing of- ricer for the newly elected of- ficers of the Engelberg C.K. of A. branch No. 1107. The Arkansas State Fraternal Congress met at Little Rock re- eently in Annual Session. The Ca- tholic Knights of America have been members thereof for almost 25 years and the late Brother Ed- ward Krebs and Brother George I II J to ,perfect health again. A letter from Dr. John Carang- elo of the Medical College of Ala- bama at Birmingham, states that he and wife and little son, John, are. now settled there, but are still longing to come back home to Lit- tle Rock. Dr. Carangelo was at University Hospital for several years and was a medical examiner for the three C.K. of A. Branches in Greater Little Rock and a mem- ber of St. Edward's Branch No. 79. "Flying Padre" Is Back In U.S. From Europe New York. {IO--The Rev. Donald M. Cleary, Rochester's "flying padre" and one of the few Army air force chaplains actually quali- fied to fly any AAF plane, has re- turned from overseas Father Cleary, who served as chaplain . at Cornell University before rector- ing his Army commission in Jan- uary, 1943, flew with the Ninth :Air Force in England and on the European continent. Formerly national chaplain of the Newman Club Federation of America. he was among American delegates I to the Cardinal Newman Centen- mary Conference held last month in i London. Tile I00ltRISTIANBI00IITHERS IILTIIR WINES (Mont La Salle'Altar Wines) Made with painstaking car under:the devoted supervision of RELIGIOUS who know the requirements of th# Chtlrch in refard to wine used in the Holy Sacritlce of the Mass, the Validity of MONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES is assured and Eccepted by Matropelitans of the Church and local Bishops.  .... Every container of MON'P '"S'ALLE ALTAR WINES distributed by us is FILLED and SEALED by The Christian Brothers themselves at their Novitiate in Naps, California. MONT LA SALLE ALTAR WINES ARE NEVER SOLD IN LIQUOR STORES. Distributed only by Harold F. Schutte Distributing Company 314 N. Askew Avenue Kansas City 1, Mo. (Write for complete Price List and please mention The Guardian) _ I I Homecoming At Pt. Smith Schdol CORONATION CEREMONY--Shirley Hendricks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Hendricks, senior at SL Anne's academy, and her court were photographed at a coronation ceremonial Thurs - day night in the auditorium of the Immaculate Conception school. Reading from left to right: Mary 2knn Lavoi, maid; Gwen Ellen Hendrieks, flower girl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hendricks; Kelley, maid; Bob Jeff Moore trainbearer; standing back of the trainbearer, Bob Brun, captain of the Buffaloes; Queen Shirley; Jerry Hendrieks, brother of the queen, erownbearer; Carl Turk, to-captain of the Buffaloes, who assisted in crowning the queen; Helen Ann Lynch, maid; Louise Behind, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beland, flower girl; and Peggy Jean Moore, maid. (John- _ n-Sayer studio.) Courtesy Southwest-Times Record News i :athlic bnin :':-- ........  By J. P. Reynol  ........... oL, Ark2.Sc,. Little Rock.--The Annual Alum- nae Bazaar of Mt. St. Mary's Aca- demy will again this year be co- sponsored by the members of St. Mary's Alumnae Association and the local Council of the Knights of Columbus. The event will be held November 26 in the school gymnasium with Miss Lillian Sum- mers, President of St. Mary's :Alumnae, acting as genergl chair- man. In charge of the dinner, which is to be served in the school dining room, are Mrs. Julian Nabholz and Mrs. Edith Flanigan, who will be assisted by other members of the Alumnae Association. Dinner will be served from five until seven. Besides the usual bingo booth, there will be a doll booth, cane booth, cake booth, cigarette booth, and country story. Students will assist in the booths, which will open at 5 o'clock. "Hot dogs" and soft drinks will be sold durin the Mt,: St, Maiy's: Bazaar Sponsored ByAlumnae, K Projects For AI afternodn and evening. Membership cards ar{ sold on a twenty-five d0[ tory bond, an electric pair 51-guage hose, as seventeen other attractiv( In connection with the Queen s Ball will be held ber 7. Each of the fo school classes and the gra have chosen from the set a candidate for queen. T] date sponsored by the cla ing in the greatest return bazaar will reign as que ball and her escort will l while the other four noml their dates will serve as m pages. Voting ends the the bazaar. Candidates for queen ar chen Vogler, supported agers, Helen Marie D Mary Ellen Lewis, is spoF the senior class. Martha managed by Patsy Roe a Jac Bnider, is sponsoreC juniors. Polly Gilmore by Polly Weny and Annel Soda 309 West See on taY R0ck.--Mr. and ] nberger, 410 We Little Rock, r lerson Barracks, 1 by their son, Ci Landenberger, R the station hospi hi3s9 discharge fr, months overs nOSky-Reeves ck--Miss Helen Ward's Parish bec Michael Denosky Y., at a Nuptia morning with R wers, U.S.S., a [ficiating. :ide, who was g: by her brother, ] Wore a gown of ith veil of illusio] prayerbook topp nc ant were ML, Smith n p.,Uos-:'a' green, is sponsored by  of Little Rock a, more class. Mary Ann t iley of Conway. managed by Patricta o'C0 lical gowns of sa Wing -----00uvances Mary Lou Brock, is spo$ tie in blue and pi the freshmen. Emma /a ,and bouquets of New York. 00 -- Twenty-eight men, managed by NanCY States have swung behind the ford, Bobble Jean Cun r,d Lienhar t of M drive for a $3,000,000 Alfred E. Belle Spatz and Pearline Smith wing to St. Vincent's Hos- is sponsored by the grad el R A N C pital here, James A. Farley, gen- =:: The occasion could not have been more propitious, or the re- .rl ::rYerSPLiilt:a'k.i/rTsllkm' ception whore unanimous than, when in the midst of the festivities "G. H. ICenkel Brinkley at a banquet given in connection with the recent State-wide-conven- Secretary-Treasurer tion, there arose a figure majestic in size and impressive in bearing, John Maus Jr.. Atklns to announce to the assembled Knights of Columbus the glad tidings FralemPdeo that dispelled the dilemma hanging over the state council since their Second V lcs Presihent last convention; Helena would be ............ eeta, P: .m,l, Conn T, h,t t th l.q4fi State Co tion me Knlgnts woulcl garner nex year ueorg.e aze, meh. rocanonm .w . ................ nven . l'nir v;ee resloen e Arkansas Knikts of Col- for their hrst post-war conven- _ of th ............. I " nee tion, at which great things are umbus This definite annou " I ....... he The Central District Leagues of here expected o ueveiop ior ment made sure the place w i ........ the Catholic Union of Arkansas growm ann aavncemem oz uomm- " s nion of .... and Catnohc Women U _ ] blanism in ArKansas. I Arbn will meet at St JosePh's '=:::--::: ...... :::::--------:'1 Helena nestled on the banks of Parish--Conway, on Sunday -hI- |l the Father of Waters; rich in his- - '  em" r 2nd There . ernoon, 19ec oe t torlc background, yet modern in THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS| . . , will be a panel discussion by lay , }its commercial ann civic ueveiop- /,.,q,,- nf th athnlia Uninn of |  .... I ............................. ments, should make an meres A  Pa #   i . "  Arkansas following which the au- W  ling and attractive convention I dmnce .... will be invited to ask ques- , 27 %'/ cit  It's a little earl to lan a. " Y_ P {tions about the discussion, a fea- I your u" lp, vuz l ooes mace preens .... " - ture which will prove very inter- ACTIVITIES IN TttE !ant anticipatiop, and we recom-]estin. Also a nronosal will be STATE OF ARKANSAS t mend that all knights .keep. this I. made " to hold semi--annual study fact in mind, as the nospitany' . club assemblies for the young peo- [.e, that characterized the old South n, irnilc tn thn hld bv the un II 812 'still prevails in this quaint old city, '*.,',,,'",:',- -:,q',:" T2 ..... Co c I ......................................... The next social for the Council ann novels wm facniues adequate w.'ic . ..... . ......... - ^ z* ll.' IJIUVUA Vtr.y JUIJtlJ-[ J will be held at Westwood, Tues- .. and modern enough to meet the , r,,m.., , o.,^-* .- *  a. m ht November 27. The last : most fastidious taste, grace the .o . ............ d y g , .... ...... lcuon o IVllSS t.ieneva weier, ot one was well attended and every- beautilul sreez,' in owermg al- :Morrilton will be an unusual lea [ one had a nice time, so Chairman, menmons, th . c ......  ., . ....... ,.-: hn Marre Jr of the Enter- Sure. It s a difficult place to  tho ...... a ...... , o.tln. tainment Committee. , with the. able ] get to, but so" is heaven, ann me ,,,_,H] ...vvf'11' ...T j,,,t4"" uslult.:--- ,vx*r" assistance of los Co-Chairman. , parallel[ does not stop there, and. 1. .............. . z'nom, enrai zsrlc; ohn Mur h has decided to the great advantages so outweigh T,--,,, .... o-* , ;D .... ;,4 J P Y, _  ...........  v ......... , ....  ...... ive another entertainment, before me eizores necessary to acnleve ,,,, , ,;., o; .,, +, g ._ [,t. *-* "' r a  nl one .......  J .... " o,,,, ,, ,, s mem, ma me c n oe o y the Holiday. ] ....  .. ..... business session of the men, and hrran, gements ........ are under way answer zo tle ,@ueslon, Will 1. De ....... Mz. ........... Wql l rriHin., ......... Mrvilttnv.., for theKncfl t gi.e ts .egular I there. You anger hat yourself, will preside over the business ses- Annual Ci2istmas Party to the / , "-- .... [ sion. of :the women% section. children of St. Joseph's Orphan-t:::------c:::.;::vc:::v.--::--;----H,,"  The following program' will be age Names of Committee men ., -- - - . anti" Chairman, will be pb'ished I L:atholic | fe:tUeration of Dele'ates 1'30-m soon. !  R-m  Women's iBenediction of the Most Mt St. Mary's will hold its an- I  ........... l[ Blessed Sacrament .... 2:00 p.m nual bazaar and dinner, at lt St. -- e',  -, ....... ,  .lUO  alL O uraer, mr. T. J. Arnold, Mary s Auditorium, 3224 Kava- [ (' president ........ etao etao e ethel nau h Blvd, Monday Nov 26 g ." " "J The Catholic Business Women Opening Prayer--Rev. A. A. La- This is a very wormy cause ann, . ............ f held their regular monthly Dinner chow, sky, C.S.Sp._Pastor  .. all mnlgnzs that posslc)/y can ] 'tin Monda V evenin# Sovem- Hymn ome mOly nos mnure ':!,uJd:ttenf::useithalnceCaU2d bet  12 , in th: Freiderzca Hotel Assembly ::'-  - .... ---  ,'- ro I Dining Room with Miss Catherine Hymn Our Lady of Good Coun- \\;V 11 snare ,,a. ,,, ,- v - - ,, " ' ..... ' - Boever Premdent, presiding se .......... Entire Assembly ' r " ....... qeds. Letsanveme e. . " " _ ...... Co ncil,s Floyd Sharp, guest speaker of Panel Discussion by Mr. Peter P. Tnlngs arounu me  . .... s =-icked u- in a fast/the evening, was introduced to the Hmgel, Conway, and Messrs. luo ,oom p -  ,, {club by Mrs Fred Stuart, Pro- Carl Meurer and Eugene L. wy las week, wnen mree wen] . " .... -rri" ' at one gram Chairman for November. Gocke, Little Rock tcnuwn romers , . ,, ,, ........ ;' " is I Industrial Development was the Questions from audience and ume wln melr nonoraoi u - , ............... I subject of Mr. Sharp s talk. discussmn from floor (n go emmems ne z,z- u, h' .:,at  , "" "" "hen C,mr d( Guests of the Club were as fol- Hymns--Students of St. Josep s ,, as r'emr Jvlerlonl, L "' I ""  1 ..... r"  "  " --- "r All tws: lvtrs. aro yn tnomasen, bcnool b, tscn nl .. d rope, o ,, ; . . a_ . d "* ---ontul'cus I Miss Theresa Sprick, Mrs. D. F. S. National Anthem Star Spangled si;roWa*nC2tlookt", invt;e bet L Gallway' and Miss Betty Rice. Banner"_ ......... Entire Assembly " "" ' " ' " I Miss Edith Nahlen, Recreation Closing Prayer--Ray. Damian /" t::'"  " ...... ":.i::" ,. I:::i:!:. "" "':'::::::4"... :'.,:.. . L . Star I -i;:i,. ":'::.i-.:.:.:.....'-i':':" ......,::;: I E t,o,  L,ith --The I000. School A" k week in :;;gt& &,2 grade wr, -- V; , q brought in  - . Over thir I  .l seventh  [ e contrib ........ I 9Y securing . ot health. Chairman, announced that the Wewers, O.S.B. :i  ...... Ja; posers, whic The Council furnished the trans- Communion Breakfast will be held [ Needlework Contest--Miss Geneva )ortation and admission for the November 25, at St. Andrew's Ca- [ Welter, Morrilton, presiding ' .... .,Y Nell Brogan, children of St. Joseph's Orphan- thedral. All members were urged [ Separate business sessions of LL WHO BELIEVE IN WHAT AL SMITH SYMBOLlVJbara Hurley and age to the Polack Bros. Circus at the Robinson Auditorium, last Fri- t be present / men's and women's sections. S a Man, As a. American, As O Catholic, are JnVJldeoc?raeodkst,e day. Chaplain Kept Battered Mass Kit ,o help carry on o work dear to his heart throkt.s and pamphl . . | " ' by the eighth a ontrlbuhon to hr !trLeports of" the During 41 Months Of Harrowing  by the class. Imprisonment By The Japanese ALFRED E. SMITH M|MORIAL00 Blytheville Council Blytheville. -- The Blytheville Council held its monthly meeting in the Council chambers on No- vember 9. Plans for increasing the membership of this Council were drawn up. An inspiring Memorial Service was conducted for our departed Brother, John Bombalaski. The young and vigorous Council of Blytheville is steadily growing and we welcome to our ranks two new Brothers, William Stemac and Samuel Moroth, both recently dis- charged from the U.S. Army. An- other veteran, Leo Bombalaski, an old member of this Council, also made his civilian debut at this meeting. All members are urged to be :present at the next meeting, to hear an announcement affecting our Council as a whole and its members individually. Receives Posthumous Award To Priest-Son Baltimore. 00The Bronze Star awarded posthumously to the Rev. Eugent P. O'Grady, Army chap- lain and priest of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, has been given to Patrick J. O'Grady, the chaplain's father here. The presentation was made by Maj. Gen. Philip G. Hayes, Commanding General of the Third Service Command. Father O'Grady met his death while ministering to his men on battlefield in Europe. A Solemn Mass of Requiem was offered for the repose of his soul at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart, Mount Wash- ington, Md., where he served as asistant before entering the Army. "No vice can stand, if pride, which is the head of all vices, has been cut off by the virtue of hu- mility".St, Thomas. Fort Lewis, Wash. {E)--Even the nightmare of a 39-day journey in eral chairman, disclosed today and Deaths Of French announced the names of State ,Ittle-Know Youth Disclosed Quotas totaling $465,000 thus far Bv M Massiani  MURI?Y ave been accepted by eight States. Paris {IC)'For their I __4- .... They are Massachusetts, $150,- among' French internees , ,:"!i  .... 000; Missouri, $100,000; Indiana, l ported persons in Get  ...':../..7i.,i $60,000; Texas, $50,000; New Jer- least 17 members of the "I 'i ..... i/,?f"' sey, $50,000; Dalaware, $25,000; a Itholie pro,,n r lift /!-" ::ii/;::. Maryland, $25,000, and Idaho, $5.-it)ytle--German" i'n-I3er i 000. The tentative quotas for all and five of them later d[ Q'---" organizations outside of New York i been ascertained here. T!] City is $1,115,000. iers" worked closely 1]  k New York Stae is being organ- clergy and with oth ,-"" u,' ized intensively by county com-groups, including the  -i-rst mittees. Buffalo, under the chair- land their activities rest =" .......... manship of Mayor Joseph J. Kelly i veritable spiritual resist with Mrs Norman Mack as co- t The number who died or.   im= . . chairman, has undertaken to I pmsoned in other parts .J,. raise $50,000. Active solicitation I many may never be kn0' """" of funds is under way throughout I ----= the country, Mr. Farley said. The I , %. campaign started October 4, the Holy Name Men Honor first anniversary of Gov. Smith's[ Chicago (E)--Every ! CrCl, O death and will continue until De- [the Holy Name Society 1 OF cember 30, the 72nd anniversary I paid special tribute to of his birth. " '.of both World Wars o Mr FarIw expressed satiszac- Day. In a number of IE, a$ tion at the widespread response Masses were offered bY, tO } the memorial project, which Navy chaplains and ra ;m. proves again that A1 Smith did {ed Communion. At not belong to his 9wn.. .city,.,or IChurch, a Crucifixion .r s:ate, but to the whblernatmn.  blessed ?eliowm00n to Every:Mlm ! .. hmds, 'tho ch t   heart will be p ! ;  servics to  m| n Holds Book We Imrr School observ week in variou grade wrote b into the over thirty bee seventh grade: contribution securing books i l  Phe winners the hold of a Japanese prison ship did not succeed in separating the Rev. John A. Wilson, C.PP.S., from his Mass kit. Battered though it was after 41 months of harrowing imprisonment, the Mass kit was the one possession Father Wilson. Madigan General Hospital here, was able to keep with him until the surrender. Father Wilson said he believes Christianity will be one of the principal factors in bringing Japan back into the society of civilized nations. A survivor of the "Death March" on Bataan and of intern- ment in the O'Donnel and Caba- natuan camps as well as prisons in Formosa and Japan, Father Wilson described the period in the prison ship as the most heartless treatment he and the men with him suffered. \\; For the entire 39-day trip, he said, the 600 men in one hold could not sit down, except in rotating shifts. The coal dust was inches thick, flies and heat almost stifling. The water ration amounted to about a canteen of water every other day, and everyone lost at least 30 pounds. Father Wilson said he tried to minister to as many men as he could, and was able-on many oc- casions to give the last Sacraments to the dying. Having lost his original Mass kit during the "Death March," :Father Wilson was unable to cele- brate Mass until his Manila friends replaced it fov months later with the one he ChiVied through the rest of his imprjs{lnment. By praying for the souls, in Purgatory frequently, we will not be so like ly I to forget that one day we shall be numbered among them. :. Army chaplain now processing at Progress Made In Literature Campaign Wishington. (lO--Bishop John F. No[l, of Fort Wayne, Episcopal Chairman of the National Organ- ization for Decent Literature, re- ported progress in the organiza- tion's work during the last year at a meeting of the Episcopal Com- mittee of NODL held here this week. Bishop Nell said 133 magazines are presently reviewed; that 18 had been dropped from the NODL list of disapproved magazines by reason of their conforming with the code, and that 38 magazines had been added to the NODL list of disapproved publications be- cause of the violation of one or more points of the code. In a report read by William C. Smith, Assistant Executive Secre- tary of the National Council of Ca- tholic Men and in charge of NODL work for the Bishops' Committee, it was pointed out that the co- operation of publishers with the aims of NODL is still continuing. Increased interest in the work of the organization also was report- ed on the part of various diocesan and local groups. Mr. Smith said at present there are 65 reviewers cooperating with the Organization. In addition to Bishop Nell, those present at the meeting included Archbishop Urgan J. Vehr of Denver and Bishops Karl J. Alter of Toledo and Edward F. Hoban of 21eveland. mm itn and Evelyn a 16-story, $3,000,000 addition to St,. Vinceat' , ea, Bill Bak tllard gave t Hospital, New York City. }) orite Catholic A terature" was ;i " A DOLLAR GIFf BUYS ONE BI0 t' iOnVolkerOn "Thein Rewt ' tholic books are and every dollar gift will bc sla- e  appreciated. For those who  alm. Ca" # i;li e'P" rpagan '!he activities we I,,,,mii : more, scores of opportunities p  DUpils understo  themselves. For example- ' ,importance of ., Uiterature. A Convalescent Chair $ 2. Infant Respirator . , .  November 11 Child's Crib 50. Anaesthesia Machine "r{ I throughout Hospital Bed . 100. Children's Private Room' 'q"' Electro Cardio ra h Machine $1,000 illl .m., g P ' " " .lh ,.o, schools, parishes, as well as individuals are i' o.* Clubs, . ..... ital leo_ma to contribute complete umts to me nosp . *-nL ... don concerning special gift opportunities write to/. Ft. Stuff E. Smith Memorial Committee, Room 7612, Empire :'th.  The P" ' t  Scholastma A Building, New York 1, N.Y. ? "- " , nnounces the --000000000000gagements DEDICATE YOUR VICTORY BOND PURCHA'%qB oraises to be a ---S ]r%USical treat TO THIS GREAT AMERICAN CAU .,al ' I program wa We will be pleased to accept Victory Bonds issuedfPllh;eraber 18, name of the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Committee..s_  de: t.hBd " Con|r[bufiens moy he sen| 'O MOSt Revere0:,ll, f the Palest'ri' W y0 o,,s Vmtorm /ra.ds J' $pe|Imo., ,hbishop o' Ne Of.  lse  " , 452 M.dison2venue, New York !ici ihR[ TM'' t' , tremor, Enclosed please nd my contibadoa to he Alfred ' Memorial Hospital. 'fl Lrstenberg, tl . Klein, Pe ,?verg, Viola lilt "erer, JoseplJ e, !a Spanke, All atty Jea , 'ellers, ,cco HOSPITAL BUILDING"