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llOL SEE NEWS t BRIEFS National film offices must iw singly become "centers of encouragement and tile oord mt of tile various utms of the cinematographic tPostelate,,, a(colding to a Vat- can letter. ,, , . In tile letter sent to a special ling of the International aolic Fihn Office in Mexico, Late Cat dmal Cicognani, apal Secretary of State, said only by tile development centers "will it be pos- to exercise in this very eate sphere a deep influ- race for tile promotion of ral, spiritual and cultural for the benefit of tim and the world." o ::: ::: A Petition has been sublnitted ) the Congregation of Rites sking that Blessed John Ne- lueene Neuntann, fourth op of Philadelphia and J;e ltfcil;d e (n aa Ics a iU tS citi- !e request was submitted Cardinal Shehan :'. It carried the lures o I: nine other car- and 83 bishops, a major- f them Americans. Petition for the canonS- son of Blessed John, a native what is new Czechoslovakia, SUpported by statements Josef Cardinal Beran of to, now living ill Rome, exiled Czech priests. llowing custom, two lambs Presented to Pope Paul on tile feast of St. Agnes. Iambs were blessed at a eerenlony at Ftome's la of St. Agnes the same Y. ]e link between the fourth- co-palron saint of and the lambs, according nlany aulhorities, derives an the similarity between name and the Latin word lamb, "agnus." he Iambs presented t.o the Will he shorn and their Woven into palliums, nts worn about the by lhe Pope, patri- Primates, archhishol)s a few hisimps with sl)ecial ctions. ::: ::: :3 , group of ltali:m and Am- can sl)ace seientisls engaged :l)erative salellite pro- been praised hy Pope n" providing "an ex- national coopers- the progress of science Peaceful purl)oses of physicists and en- the National Aero- cs and Space Administra- arc Working with Italian n'parts from the research of the University of on final plans for a hing in the Italian-spon. San Marco program already fired one satel- a polar orbit last group hopes to all equatorial orbit next satellite. Officials of three Religious Ask Bishop's Aid In St. John's Strike Jamaica, N.Y. (E) --- The head f the American Association of University Professors (AAUP) at Si. John's University has asked Bishop Bryan J. McEnte- gart of Brooklyn to intervene m the dispute at tile university. At the same time, tile uni- versity asked striking teachers to indicate wimther they will return to the university for the spring semester. However, a spokesman said no decision has been reached on what will be done to professors who do not return. The university told profes- sors, in letters signed by the deans of the colleges of the university, that, "in making our plans, we need to know... whether you intend to teach at St. John's in the spring se- mester." The university s a i d the 31 dismissed professors will not bc rehired. Obituaries Two Ft. Smith Residents Die Fort Smith -- Funeral serv- ices for William Gerald Ker- will, Sr., who died after a long illness were held January 15 in St. Boniface Ctmrch here. The Rev. Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., parish pastor, officiated at the Requiem Mass and gave the sermon. Mr. Kerwin was born August 16, 1895 in Van Buren, the son of John and Katharine Fealy Kerwin. lie was owner of the John Kerwin Co., a sporting goods company. lie is survived by-his wife, Mrs. Alta Theurer Kerwin; one son, William Gerald Kerwin, Jr.; two daughters, Mrs. David Savelle of Pensacola, Fla., and Mrs. H. S. Breard of Itouston, Tex.; one sister, Mrs. Kathleen Madden of this city and five grandchildren. Pallbearers were Clarence Higgin, S h e 1 by Breedlove, Frank L. Jones, Bill Malone, Buck Wells and Lawrence L. Smith. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Join the STAG Line  B EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Antcn Setter, 62, Dies Suddenly Fort Smith -- A Requiem Mass was offered at Sts. Peter and Paul Church ill Morrison Bluff on January 3 for Anton Salter of lhis city. The Rev. Hilary Filiatreau, O.S.B., pas- tel', officiated. In the sanctuary were The Rev. Raymond Wewers, O.S.B., pastor of St. Joseph's parish, Paris, The Rev. Peter Sharum, O.S.B., paslor of St. Benedict's parish, Subiaco, and The Rev. Daniel Geels, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Abbey. Two Rosary services were conducted by Father Hilary in Jacobs-Deavers funeral chapel on two nights preceding the funeral. Among those attending them were The Right Rev. Michael Leasing, O.S.B., V.F., Abbot of New Subiaco Abbey; orders have been named con- suitors of the'Congregation of Religious. They are Fathers Gommar Van den Broeck, O. Praem., Gennaro Fernandez, O.R.S.A., (Augustinian Recol- lects) and Benjamin of the ltoly Trinity, O.C.D. Reverence . Dignity - Sincerity .Serving Catholic Families SINCE 1905 IIEALEY00ROTH PUNERAL DIRECTORS 5800 WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK:, ARKANSAS ANNIVERSARIES Do You t Remember? PRIEST00 Priests who have labored in ths spiritual and temporal interests of 50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Pine Bluff -- Sisters of Charity of Annunciation Acade: my here invited graduates to the Academy last week for re- newing acquaintances and or- ganizing all Alumnae Associa- tion. Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament was celebrated by Monsignor Enright. He intro- duced Mrs. George E. Cunning- ham and Miss Anna M. Joyce, members of Mount St. Mary's Alumnae Association, who had come from Little Rock to help in organizing the new group. A constitution and by.laws were adopted and officers were elected. 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Little Rock -- Recognizing the need of assisting in the en- tertainment and spiritual wel- fare of the servicemen at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Catholics o.f Greater Little Rock, under the direction of His Excellency, The Most Reverend Bishop, have outlined a program of ac- tion which will be administer- ed by the Catholic Sub-Com- mittee on Church Cooperation. This committee, headed by Jolm Pruniski, is composed of representatives from each pal'- ish and Cattmlic lay organiza- tion of the two cities. The Bishop has appointed The Very Rev. John J. Healy to work with Catholic chaplains at the camp. Laymen present for the or- ganization meeting were Mr. Pruniski, Bernard Heinze, John Tuohey, Harry Snider, James Lyneh, Edward Wortsmith, Miss Eulalie Wortsmith, Robert Pet- ers, Mrs. F. L. Morrison, Mrs. J. J. McGrath, and Mrs. G. H. Sutton. The Rev. Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., pastor of St. Boniface parish here; The Rev. Bernard Schu- reacher, O.S.B., assistant pas- tor of St. Boniface, and Father 1)aniel. Mr. Salter, 62, died suddenly of a heart attack. He was a retired farmer, who lived in Scranton, until he moved to Fort Smith. lie was a member of tile Itoly Name Society in Fort Smith and Sts. Peter and Paul Society ill Morrison Bluff. ltis survivors include his wife, Rose Setter; six sons, Ray- mend, Alphonse, Edwin, Je- rome and Wilfred of this city and James of North Little Reck; four brothers, Charles and Bill of Conway,' Joe of Scranton and Louis of Fort Smith; three sisters, Mrs. Fran- the people of Arkansas are presented here on their anniversaries from a list compiled by Father William Beck end are recommended to the faith- ful of the Diocese for remembrance In their prayers end Holy Mass. FEBRUARY ANNIVERSARIES Rev Charles Hertel ....... 2.1-'50 Rev Edward J. Ucker ...... 2-I-'16 V Rev Msgr Alexis Demurger 2.4.'5B Rev Placidus Oechsle, OSB-- 2-6-'35 Rev John J Laux .......... 2.7.'39 Honorary Alumnus of St. John's Ray Henry J Thessing, CSSp -2-8-'51 Rev Ildephonse Kalt, OSB .... 2.9-'25 Rev Athanasius Zehnder, OSB 2-9-'40 Rev Francis Bacon, OCD --- 2.20-'55 Rt Rev Edward Fitzgerald, DD 2-21-'07 Second Bishop of Little Rock Rev Thomas J Martin ..... 2.24.'39 Alumnus of St. John's Seminary Ray Maurus Rohner, OSB -- 2-24-'33 Rev Ludwig Stutzer, OSB -- 2-27-'18 New Bishop Sheen Film Ready New York (E)- "The 30th Parallel," Bishop Fulton J. Sheen's new movie, is ready for national release. Written and narrated by the bishop, "The 30th Parallel" is in black and white, runs 26 minutes and is available through the Society for the Boy, 7, Admits Church Fire Syracuse, N.Y. (E) -- A seven- year-old boy admitted that he started the fire Jan. 13 which caused $200,000 damage at St. Patrick's church here, fire of- ficials said. The officials said the boy declared he placed a lighted candle in a confes- sional. St. John's, Nfld. (iC--Police are investigating tile possibil- ity of arson in connection with three fires which broke out in Catholic schools here within a week. Flames destroyed half of St. Theresa's seven-rooln junior school in a nocturnal blaze. Two nights later a fire was dis- covered in St. Patrick's High School, one of the city's largest, but the flames were brought under control before extensive damage. A few nights laler during a blizzard another fire complete- ly destroyed Our Lady of Lourdes junior school, a three- story structure erected at a cost of more than $500,000. ces Weisenfels and Mrs. Fanny Wewers of Fort Smith and Mrs. Mary Weisenfels of Scram- ton, and 19 grandchildren. Termites? Pests? Call TERMINIX! 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General Patronage My Fair Lady That Darn Cat The Ugly Dachshund Boy Ten Feet Tall Adults & Adolescents Bedford Incident Adults Never Too Late Do Not Disturb Return From The Ashes When The Boys Meet The Girls Thunderball Objectionable For All Boeing Boeing Our Man Flint Space Flight Return of Mr. Mote Tenth Victira Propagation of the Faith here, of which tile bishop is national director. The great schism of the 20th century, Bishop Sheen narrates in the movie, is the divorce be- tween the haves and the have- nots of the world. For all prac- tical purposes, the 30th parallel is the geographical cut-off be: tween the two, he says. Above the 30th parallel are the pros- perous lands of the earth; those who live there are well-fed, well-off, in comparison with the rest of the world. Below the 30th parallel are Central and South America, Oceania, India, half of China and nearly all of Africa, where most people live and die in wretchedness, the bishop states. ii i i i FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE C. 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