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: : - : : : = = = : : = : = = = = ' Nazi Persecuhon OberammergaUcast Is Soon Club Holds . Ca[00o[ic Uniol00 of Is Protested By To Be Selected Of False News At Centenary Of Regular Meetm ,Ill Rt Re,. Ms,,. H ,',,eke. Lit,e A,k.. So,r,,,iyi0000:t00 Lay Organizations I Oberammergau, Jan. 17. !).-- Of Spanish War The Reformation Charleston.---he St.ip00. q T J. Arnold, Little Rock, Pre,ident Joseph Enderl, in, Conway, znd v.-rres. Acquinas Study Club hel i  l't Leo Hammer, Ft. Smith, 1st V.-Pree. Jos A. Schnitzer, Ft. Smith., Sec. "1 "" Preparations for selecting the mac- : : : : -" : = " -" : : -" : : : : : : : : : : :  ling players of the next Ober-  Amsterdam, Jan. 17. ().--The ular meeting on Tuesd] I At the annual meeting of our IMrs. Frank Severson, Little Rock, National affiliate the Catholic Chairman, Central District League, St. Paul, Jan. 18. ().A reso- ] ammergau Passion Play will soon Emmitsburg, Md., Jan. 24. (E).-- celebration of the four hundredth January 18, in the schq - Central Society of America at ] and Mrs. Fred Stewart, Paragould, lution protesting against the per- I be afoot. Political conditions in In a further reply to critics of his anniversary of Norway's state ment with 12 members a[shin Hartford, Conn., the writer formu- I Northeastern District League. secution of religion by the Nazi I Germany may influence the selec- lated a resolution which was later]   regime in Germany was adopted tion of some of them, according adopted by the meeting, which [ Mrs. John M. Willems of Su- at a meeting here last night of 3,- to the prevailing opinion here, but reads as follows: "Extending the Scope of the Legion of Decency.'" Acknowledging the notable serv- ice the Legion of Decency has ren- dered to Church and Society through its nationwide campaign of protest against indecent mo- tion pictures, we recommend its activity be 'extended to include a campaign against the sale of birth-control literature, the pub- lic display of lewd and immoral pictures and periodicals in drug stores and on ImWS stands, and the circulation of indecerit books through the medium of lending libraries. The danger to the morals ' of youth present in salacious lit- erature is perhaps greater even than that resulting from objec- tionable motion pictures. We earn- estly request that ways and means be found to stamp out this menace to youth, family life, and the na- tion. Moreover, we call upon all our affiliated units and individual members to support such a move- ment. We remind parents of their solemn dty to supervise the read- ing of their children, to investi- gate and remove, when discovered, the sources of corrupting influ- ences. Let our actions ever be motivated in this regard by Christ's promise that the pure of heart shall see God." The writer still feels that a na- tional campaign against the sale and public display of lewd and immoral pictures and periodicals and birth control literature in drug stores and news stands is the only way the distribution of this filthy biaco, has been appointed chair- 000 representatives of lay organi- zations in the Municipal Audi- man of the Constitution Com- mittee of the C. W. U. of Arkan- torium. The meeting was ad- dressed by the Most Rev. John sas, /and will work on a new con- stitution for that body. Mrs. Matt Gregory Murray, Archbishop of Durst of Little Rock has been ap- St. Paul, who expressed sympathy for the persecuted Christians in pointed Legislative chairman. the Reich. At Archbishop Murray's direc- Good Uounsel tion. special prayers were said at Masses in all churches Sunday, ending with the ejaculation, "God The Good Counsel senior players save Germany!" A copy of the will meet Monday night, January resolution adopted was sent to 3t, in Good Counsel hall at 8 Secretary of State Cordell Hull o'clock. The election of officers with request that it be transmitted will take place at this meeting. A to Germany's Ambassador to the social will follow. United States. Feast of the Purification Constantly repeated incidents Tuesday, February 2, the Feast and an increasingly clear trend of the Purification, or Candlemas of events in Germany, the resolu- Day, the blessing of candles will tion said, indicate beyond doubt take place before the 8 o'clock that those in power in the Ger- Mass. man Reich are intent upon de- Blessing of Throats Christianizing a noble people and Feast of St. Blase inflicting upon them a new species Wednesday, February 3, the of paganism based on a mystic ma- feast of St. Blase, the blessing of terialism and deified racial super- throats will take place before the iority. 8 o'clock Mass. Among others who addressed the First Friday meeting were the Roy. James A. Friday, the First Friday of the Byrnes, archdiocesan superintend- month, the children will receive ent of schools, and Joseph Matt, Holy Communion at the 8 o'clock Editor of The Wanderer. Mass. Confessions will be heard Organizations represented in- Thursday from 4 to 6 and from 7 cluded the Bohemian Catholic to 8:30. Workmen's Society, the Ancient The Good Counsel altar society Order of Hiberians and its Ladies' will meet Friday afternoon, Feb- Auxiliary, the Catholic Order of ruary 4, at the home of Mrs. J. Foresters, the Catholic Women's E. Gehrki, 2418 West 17th St. Union, the Central Verein, the at 2 o'clock. Minnesota Council of Catholic We- Novenas men, the Guild of Catholic ,We- Every Tuesday morning, novena men and the St. Paul Archdio- to St. Anthony after the 6:30 and cesan Union of the Holy Name So- 8 o'clock Masses. Blessing with ciety, as well as 140 parish or- literature can be stopped. true several cities have tried and with success, but if a national campaign were waged as in the case of the indecent motion pic- tures, then all proprietors all over the country would know about this campaign and each local com- mittee could then very easily clean up their local stores and news stands, because they know what was done in the motion picture industry and would dis- continue the display and sale of these salacious magazines and pamphlets, however, until a na- tional campaign is started, every affiliated society should do its utmost in its locality to clean up the stores in their neighborhood, especially those places near their church and school, where the Ca- tholic children pass going to and from the school. If Catholic fathers and mothers will urotest to their druggists and news men, this will have great influence on these peo- ple and may cause them to dis- It is the relic after Holy Communion. ganizations. Eucharistic novena every Friday The resolution was read to the night at 7:30. Congregational meeting by Dr. J. A. Ryan, Grand singing, meditation, period of si- Knight of St. Paul Council, lent prayer, and Benediction of Knights of Columbus. The in- the Blessed Sacrament. i vocation was given by Father The following officers were Byrnes. elected for the altar society: Mrs. Joe P. Mitchell, president; Mrs. Second Series Of Thos. Coyne, second vice presi- dent; Mrs. Frank Mullen, tress- Youth Broadcasts urer, and Mrs. H. E. miman, see- TO Begin Feb. 5 retary. The officers for the St. Anthony society Miss Marie Berg, Washington, Jan. 21. (E).The president; Louise Buldenburg, second annual "A Call to Youth" vice president; Ellen Mattingly, radio training course for youth secretary; Elizabeth Lieber, treas- and leaders conducted by Miss urer; Thelma DuVal, Mary Ellen Anne Sarach0n Hooley National Garett, program committee; Char- Youth Chairman of the National lea Durban, sargeant at arms, and Council of Catholic Women, which Mrs A. Brugnone, sponsor, will be broadcast weekly over the Altar Society Blue Network of the National The following committee wi|l Broadcasting Company, will be- serve during the month of Febru- gin February 5 and close May 28. ary:Mrs. R. C. Harville, Mrs. D. The programs will be broad- A. Bray, Mrs. Wm. Miller, Mrs. cast each Saturday from 12-15:15, Mosley; Mrs. Mary Mattingly, Miss E. S. T., and are sponsored by ed and know that it will be a suc- cess, for the reas on that not only Catholics will endorse it, but also all right-thinking Protestants and Jews, just as they supported the work of the Legion of Decency in Catholic School Girl the campaign against unclean me- Wins. Safety Contest continue the display of these nasty Katie Pollard, R." N.; Mrs. A. L. the National Council of Catholic periodicals. I still hope that a Bellanger; Mrs. L. Baresh; Mrs. Women. national campaign against this ne- D. A. Pozza, Mrs. Mary L. Wullen- The subjects of the broadcasts farious business will soon be start- john, Mrs. B. B. Beavers, Mrs. ire as follows: Lee Massery, Mrs. Elizabeth Huck February 5, "The Call to Ac- Mrs. J. A. Craft-,' Miss Adelma February 12, "Doers of Hodgins, Mrs. Steve Cole, Jr., and Deeds"; .February 19, "Keeping Mrs. Henry Carter. Your Balance"; February 26, "Youth Crusaders"; March 5, "Who is My Neighbor"; March 12, "Hu- man Solidarity"; March 19, "The tion pictures. T. J. ARNOLD. (Submitted by Mary J. Meurer) The Catholic Central Verein o America and the National Catho- lic Women's Union will sponsor a pilgrimage to the International Eucharistic Congress which will be held at Budapest on May 26 and will last five days. Family Unit"; March 26, "Youth Chicago, Jan. 18. (liJ.--"Until '39, at Work"; April 2, "The Service Why Wait? Let's have safety in of the -Mind"; April 9, "Youth '38." Creates Beauty"; April 16, "Head- This slogan, written by Loretta ing the Professions"; April 23, Petersen, 13-year-old pupil of "Youth Achieves"; April 30, Holy Cross School here, won the "Leadership of Volunteers;" May 7 nation-wide contest sponsored by "Youth in Action"; May 14, "What the Safety Club of America. Youth Demands;" May 21, In addition to the honor of writ- "Strength Through Union"; May ing the winning slogan she was 28, "Christ in Us." May 4 has been set as the date presented/with a bicycle. Safety for departure from New York on club officials and the Roy. D.F. WILL WE IGNORE IT?. "We the palatial steamer S. S. Wash- Cunningham, Archdiocesan Super- are living in a time not only of ington of the United States Lines. intendent of schools in the Chicago crisis but of opportunity -- let An interesting trip has been at- Archdiocese, were among the first us not fail to seize the opportunity and the crisis will take care of it- ranged and special rates made. to congratulate the student. Miss Mary Meurer state president of the C. W. U. of Arkansas, has Trials must be met and borne been appointed local chairman, and 'with courage; difficulties must be any one interested should get in overcome, not by fleeing from  touch with Miss Meurer or write them, but by meeting them man- Mr. William J. Kapp, 513 West fully, remembering that we are 173rd St., New York City. 'not alone in the struggle; that resignation to the divine will is Arrangements are being made to half the battle, and that peace was hold a public speaking contest for promised to men of good will. girls at the state convention of the  Catholic Union and Catholic Wo- men's Union at Conway this fall. Preliminary elimination' contests will be held at the spring district meetings for each district league by the chairmen of the respective districts. The following chairmen have been appointed: Mrs. Her- man Adams, Charleston, chain:man, Northwestern District League; DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER CHIROPRACTOR Precision Diagnosis 14 Years Experience As a Graduate Nurse Phone 2-2654 210 E. 9th St. Little Rock, Ark. self."---Society and the Social En- cyclicals. Every little act of kindness prac- ticed daily the world over means a little less pain on earth. OLD SHOES MADE NEW; NEW SHOES MADE TOO METRAILER AND HART Custom Shoes Made to Order Over 37 Years In the Same Location Shop No. 1 Shod No. 9 llO E. 4th St. lth & Main Phone 4-0"/16 Phone 9"/25 the play itself will remain un- altered in its traditional form. The villagers here suffer con- siderably under Nazi terrorism. The burgomaster himself is frank- ly hostile to all things Catholic. A recent ballot taken to deter- mine whether the local parochial school should be maintained brought forth results which were in obvious contrast to the actual feeling of the people. House to house canvasses proved that by far the majority of them had voted for maintaining the parochial school, but Nazi officials pervert- ed this result and made it ap- pear that a majority had voted for the inter-denominational pub- lic chool. Reds Destroy 1st Church Built On American Soil Mexico City, Jan. 17. (E).The Church of E1 Cristo in Vera Cruz, the first church built on the American mainland, is a mass of ruins, having been set afire on Saturday by a group of Commu-! nists reported to be members of the Confederation of Mexican Workers (C. T. M.) Some years ago the Federal Government had turned over this historic and archeological relic of American Catholicism to the Gov- ernment - sponsored Schismatic Mexican Catholic Church. Only last Wednesday it had been restored to Catholics when 200 i Indian Catholics forcibly took pos- session of it. These Indians took ! the schismatic priest, Dimas An- guiano, to Cordoba, where the declaration concerning the civil war in Spain, the Rev. Dr. Jo- seph F. Thorning, of Mount Saint I Mary's College, here, has sent a letter to the New York Times, de- ploring the rehearsing by his op- ponents of "testimonies that have been recognized as inadequate by the very newspapers that first published the accounts." "It should be noted," Dr. Thorn- ing wrote, "that Mr. George Sel- des admits (1) that his 'eye wit-i nesses' for the wholesale and wan-: ton destruction of Guernica were at least eight miles distant from the events they attempted to des- cribe; (2) that the 'British com- mission of investigation' which he mentioned in his first letter was neither governmental nor official. It should likewise be noted that Mr. Seldes in both letters refrain- ed from mentioning the names of the members of this voluntary committee. "In both my letters I was care- ful to state that "the chief des- truction at Guernica" or 'the bulk Of the destruction at Guernica' was wrought by retreating Reds. Consequently, I am quite prepar- ed to admit that a number of the correspondents mentioned by Mr. Seldes reported ,faithfully part of what happened. Unfortunately, their stories including the original dispatch of Mr. G. L. Steer, were based upon incomplete evidevtce. The rest of the evidence, and that the more important in the case was supplied by Marquina, the London Times reporter with the Nationalist forces, by the Havas Agency, by the committee of cor- i respondents who visited Guernica :the day after the fight of the Reds and by numerous other for- eign correspondents. On what grounds does Mr. Seldes impugn their testimony? "If the case is as overwhelm- ing as Mr. Seldes would have us Most Rev. Rafael Guizar y Va- believe, why should the London lencia, Bishop of Vera Cruz, is Times on December26, 1937, eight recovering, from an illness. The months after the event, declare Bishop exhorted Anguiano to be- come reconciled with the Church. The latter, however, confirmed his apostasy and returned to Vera Cruz. On Saturday morning the Com- munists entered the church and drove out the Catholics they found there, injuring some of them. They then set fire to the church, tak- ing pains to destroy sacred images and ornaments individually. The i police and municipal authorities ,did nothing to prevent the destruc- tion of this edifice, so valuable from a purely historic and arch- eologic standpoint, and none of the marauders has been arrested. COOPERATIVES IN SWEDEN. "In Sweden a third of the 6,200,- 000 population, or 568,000 families, are members of 4,144 cooperative stores which comprise the bulk of the Swedish cooperatives. Retail cooperatives are there supple- mented by consumer-owned coop- erative factories which do an an- nual business of $45,000,000." Consumers' Cooperatives. Hegarty Drug Co. Corner Fourth and MRin Sts. Phone 9111 Little Rock, Ark. as a generally understood fact that Guernica was destroyed 'upon evacuation?' Who evacuated the town anyway? Certainly not Gem France and the Nationalists." "As early as April, 1937, Doug- las Jerrold,' writing in "The Nine- teenth Century,' added this im- pressive testimony: 'The massacre of Badajos I knew to be a lie because it was announced in the French Press of the Left two days before Badajos fell . .' "It is 'an insult to all honest men' to forget about the murder of fifteen thousand priests and then to rehearse testimonies that have been recognized as inadequate by the very newspapers that first published the accounts." Allsopp & Chappte Booksellers & Stationers 307-309 Main Street Call DAN DEARASAUGH For Office Supplles--Ph. 9612 I IIIIIh ECO, HOMY CLEANEI00S & LAUHDRY DRY CLEANING PRESSING Robert J. Klrspel, Mgr. 619 Main St. Phone 2-9782 North Little Rock WE DELIVER any place in Little Rock and North Little Rock. J. J. Healey HEALEY & ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS SINCE 1905 Ambulanee Servlee C. A. Roth CII 4-0549 After Christmas Reductions MEN'S And YOUNG MEN'S Clothing--Hats--Furnlshings BUY NOW AND SAVE Rube & Scott ,nc 41 7-419 Main Street Little Rock, Arkansas WHERE YOU GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH church was lukewarm and quiet. The press of the country has. sot hesitated to state that there seemed little reason for celebration joyously the Reformation. The Norsk Kirke blad says: "It is easy to understand that the jubilee was celebrated in a quiet way. From a national point of view, it reminds us of circum- s[ances we had better ignore. The connection between the Reforma- tion and the national renewal is slight and therefore this jubilee can hardly be observed as a na- tional festival." In the Kristelig Ugeblad, Prof. Olav Moe recalls the festivities af seven years ago when the nine hundredth anniversary of the con- version of Norway to Christianity and the St. Olav observance took place in Stiklestad. "Then we felt that we had the whole nation behind us," he says. " 'Christendom and Noorshdom' was the festival slogan. We all feel that the remembrance of the Reformation's introduction con- stitutes a kind of humiliation, es- pecially when we consider how the Reformation of the Church in Nor- way took place." Another paper asks this question bluntly: "How would Norway look guests present, t!!c : Topics open for dischi this meeting included ,,Thle.z ir tion of the World," by J. b] T![n''ull "Divine Providence," of. 1 A. Minden; "St. Francis ahc by Margaret Minden, fering, Repairs and Purplng Margaret Metz. i I The meeting was clo6 e t prayer by Rev. Augustine Irae O. S. B., moderator of t re club.---Margaret Classen,[ stre i an. ===1:: No one can answer tt. tion," it goes on, "but m ts. likely there wou!'d be le!Sl:l in Norway and birth contr ' not have" spread so wid,e , 1 ;/leds t ahn v th :g::y: d tr! taken away respect for tt r C of God. We would not ha[ d 1 : plore the loss of Confessi0 e 1 rece at: expression went at a .its 1 ering of clergymen." i o Friendship, to be true founded on the higher the soul, that is on truth tue. Anything that ex.clul destroys friendship. The Picture Guide CLASS A. UNOBJECTIONABLE Annapolis Salute Breakfast for Two Bulldog Drummond's Revenge Clipper Wings Cassidy of Bar 20 Change of Heart Crashing Hollywood Everybody's Doing It The Firefly Heidi Hold 'Era Navy In Old Chicago It's Love I'm After Lancer Spy FOR GENERAL PATS Love and Hisses Make A Wish 100 Men and a Girl Penrod and His Twin Patient in Room 18 Rosalie Saturday's IIeroes She's Got Everything Snow White and the Seve There Goes the Groom Thin Ice Tops of the Town Tarzen's Revenge Varsity Show Life Begins in College When Love Is Young ,, Love is a Headache You Can't Beat Love. / CLASS B. -- UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS: iv i 8 Ever Action for Slander All Baba Goes to Town The Awful Truth Black Doll Double Wedding Double or Nothing History Is Made at Night Hollywood Hotel Hurricane I Met My Love Again Live, Love and Learn Madame X Merry Go Round of 1938 Paradise For Three Partners in Crime Second Honeymoon Stage Door 52nd Street Topper Women in Prison You Can't Have CLASS C. -- CONDEMNED Between Two Women Two Who Dared Wine, Women and Horses Adolf Armstark WHERE TO HEAR MA:'00 ALTUS,  1st. 8rd and 4th Sundays Sundays and Holy Days of t 7:30 and I0:00; 2nd and th Sundays at 8:80; on First Friday at at 7:80. ATKINS.--lst, 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8; 8rd and 5th Sundays at 8 and 10. Holydays at 6:80 and 8:30. BALD KNOB.Every fourth Sunday at :00. BARLING.Mass at 9:00. BATESVILLE.2nd Sunday at 10:00: 4th Sunday at 8:00. BRINKLEY. -- Sundays at 8:80. CAMDEN.Mass at 7:30 and 9:30. CHARLESTON.  Ist, Srd and 5th Sundays at 7:80 and 10:00; on 2nd " and 4th Sundays at 10:00. CLARKSVILLE. -- Mass on let and 8rd Sunday at 10; 2nd and 4th and 5th Sundays at 8. COAL HILL, -- 2nd and 5th Sun- days at 10:00. CONWAY.  Sundays at 7:00 and 9:15; weekdays at 6:80. COTTER. -- 1st and 8rd Friday at 7:00 A. M.; 8th Sunday at 10:80. CRAWFORDSVILLE. -- 2nd Sdnday at 8:30. DARDANELLE.lst Sunday at I0. DE VALLS BLUFF.  2nd and 4th Suncys at 10:0O. DeQUEEN.  Ist, 8rd and 5th Sun- days at 10:0O; 2nd and 4th Sundays at S :00. EL DORADO.  Mass at 7:80 and I0:00; on Hol:ydays at 7:00 and 9:00. EUREKA SPRING.S -- 1st and 2nd Sunday at 10:80; 8rd and 4th Sun- day at 8:00; 5th Sunday at 7:00, FAYETTEVILLE.  Sundays at 8:OO and 9:00. FOREMAN  Mass on let, 8rd and 5th Sundays at 8:00. 2rid, and 4tr Sundays st 10:00. FORREST CITY.  1st, 8rd and 8th Sundays at 10:80; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:00: Holy&ays at 7:00. FORT SMITH: IMMACULATE CONCEPTION. Sundays at 6:00, 7:80, 9:00 and 11:00. ST. BONIFACE.  Sundays at 8:00' 7:80. and 9:80: weekdays at 7:00. CHRIST THE KING.Maes on Sun- day at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:80. ST. JOHN BAPTIST. (Colored). Ma,qs at 8:30. GILLETT.  Mass on 2nd and 5th Sundays at 10:30. HARRISON.  2nd Sunday at 8:00; Ist and Srd Sturday at 9:00; 4th Sun- day at 10:0. HARTMAN.Ist and 8rd Sundays a* 8; 2nd. 4th and 5th Sundays at 10.. HELENA.  Mass on Sunday at 7:00 and 900: weekdays at 7:80. HOPE. -- let and 4th Sundays et 8:00: 2nd. 8rd and 5th Sundays at 10:00. HOT SPRINGS: ST. MARY'S  Sundays at 8:00 and 10:80: Holydays at 7:80 and 9:00; Weekdays at 7:80. ST. JOHN'S  Mass at 8:00 and I0:00. HOXlE.Mass on Ist Sunday at 1O :S0" on 2nd. 4th and Kth Sundays at 9:00; Ma,s on 8rd Sunday at 8:00. JONESBORO.Mass at 8 and 1O. KNOBEL.Mass on 1st Sunday at :00: on 8d Sunday at 10:30. LA. VILLAGE.Mas t 8 and 10. LEVY.St. Anne's ChapelMase on, LITTLE ROCK: CATHEDRAL  Sunda '7.nn ,rid 11:00. # 7:00 and 8.00. .... ST. EDWARD'S. -- S Holydays at 5:80. 7:00, 8:80 GOOD COUNSEL.  Ma ,!,ys at 7:00, 9:00 and Weekdays at 6:30 and 8:00;:: days at fi:00. 7:80 and 9:00. HOLY SOULS CHAPEL' days at 8:00; Holydays i MAGNOLIA.  2nd Sund! 4th Sunday at 10:45. McCRORYIst Sunday at Sunday at 8:00. MARCHE--Mass on Sund MARIANNA.  1st, 8rd e Sundays at 8:00; 2nd and 41 at 10:80. Holydays at 9:00. : MARKED TREE.  Mel Sunday at I0:00, MENA.--Mass on -undaY J MORRILTON.Msa at : MORRISON BLUFF,MwlJ and 9:80. NEWPORT.Ist, 8rd and days, Mass at 8 :O0. NEW BLAINE.Mass ot and Holydays at 9:80. NORTH LITTLE ROCK: ST. MARY'S CHURCH. , 8:00 and 1O:0O. I ST. PATRICK'S.Maes 10:0O. PARAGOULD.Ist 8rd a I dys vt 7:80 and 10; 2nd 10; 4th at 7:80. PARIS.  Mass at 8:00 a  PIGGOTT.2nd Tuesday PINE BLUFF --Mas at 7 :SO POCAHONTAS.  Sund$ and 9:00. Holydays at 5:45 It PRAIRIE VIEW.  SundS or I0 :O0; Mon., Tues., and We PRESCOTT.  let Sunday 5th Sunday at 8:00. RATCLIFF.  2nd and it at 7:80. RETOR.--2nd Sunday t Sunday at I0. ROGERS.  Ist Sunday and 4th Saturday at 9:00; at 10:80. RUSSELLVILLE.2nd wa' days at I0. _, SCRANTON.  Sundays 10:00: Thurs., Fri., dad Sat., SEARCY.Every Second S month at 9:00. SLOVACTOWN.  Mass and Holydays at 10:00. i STAMPS.  8rd SundaYS5 STUTTGART.--Mass on IS. 4th Sund.vs at 8:00 and I on 2nd and 5th Sundays at ST. VINCENT.  SundaY$/ days at 7:00 and 9:80. j SUBIACO.  Masses at 6:80, 7:30. 9:80. , TEXARKANA.Mae on 8 and 10: cn Ho]ydays at on weet'days at 8. TONTITOWN.--Mass at 8.! WEINER.  Sundays at WEST MEMPHIS.  I and 5th Sundays at 6:80 ano at 7:00,