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.j2--_rH_00m GUARD00A00 MAR l:: ,9006 Bishop's Jubilee Masses To afford the faithful of the Diocese of Little Rock an opportunity to gain plenary indulgences, His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher will offer Post Council Jubilee Masses in St. Andrew's Cathedral as follows: On Sunday, March 20, at 12:05 P.M. On Sunday, April 24, at 5:30 P.M. On Pentecost Sunday, May 29, (Solemn Pontifical) at 10 A.M. Viet Cong Kills Two Altar Boys Saigon (E) -- Two altar boys were killed with Father Louis Valour, 43, of the Paris Foreign Missions, when his civilian-type jeep hit a Viet Cong mine in Dong Ha parish on Feb. 20, it was learned here. The two boys were accom- panying him to an outlying church for Sunday morning Mass. DCCW Stressing Spiritual Projects Texarkana -- Miss Madeline mith, chairman of the Spirit- al Development Committee of he Little Rock Diocesan Coun- cil of Catholic Women, has an- hemmed a program for 1966. Miss Smith was appointed re- cently by Mrs. Granville Sut- ton, DCCW president. The committee functions in conjunction with and the ap- proval of The Rev. Albert C. Ernst, general chairman of the diocesan Liturgical Commission. He charged the committee with the objective of complete co- (q)eration with all pastors in presentation of the new lit- AROUND (Continued from Page 9) :en's Union will sponsor an all- day sewing project in St. An- thony's parish hall Wednes- day, March 16. Each member has been asked to bring a c)vered dish for a noon lunch- eon. FQrt Smith  Immaculate Con- ception Home School Society DERSON' & NEWELL Complete Insurance Facilities Fire -Marine - Casualty For Arkansas Agents PHONE FR 2-1807 A. Roy Atwood, Special Agent urgy. Miss Smith announced two goals for Spiritual Develop- ment. The first will be to create interest in what took place at the Vatican Council so women will obtain, study and discuss various decrees and documents and the liturgy. This can be done through discussion groups or adult in- struction classes in the par- ishes. If discussion groups are not feasible for some parish groups it is suggested a time be used at parish meetings to educate members in the new liturgy and other documents coming from Vatican Council. DCCW's second goal is to unite women of the Diocese in a year of prayer for peace. This here will present a style show Friday, April 15 at 7:30 P.M. in the school auditorium. En- titled "A Childs Garden of Fashions" models will be pre- school and school age chil- dren, wearing dresses made by their mothers, relatives or friends. Mrs. David McMahon will commentate the show. Mrs. Gerald Schaeffer is general chairman. Mrs. Pete Kork- ames will be in charge of stage and scenery and Mrs. Joe Bushkuhl is ticket chair- man. Publicity chairman is Mrs. Edwin Seiter. Admission BIGEtOW ROBINSON CO. 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The committee has available for each Deanery chairman a list of decrees and documents, with information on where they may be obtained. A final suggestion from the committee asks members to as- sist their pastors by learning to sing the High Mass. will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children. Eighth grade girls will usher. At a meeting last night members heard a program pre- sented by Brownies, Girl Scouts and Junior Cadets. A series of card parties will begin Wednesday, March 16 and continue every other Wed- nesday. Jacksonville -- Mrs. T. M. Gil- bert was installed as president of Little Rock Air Force Base Altar Society at a March luncheon meeting. Inducted with her were Mrs. G. D. Mc- Halffey, vice president; Mrs. D. J. Young, secretary; and Mrs. L. J. Giller, treasurer. The Rev. Charles E. MeCau- ghan, chaplain, conducted the ceremony. Members assembled in the chapel for Mass, after which a Rosary was recited for The Rev. Gregory Einck and his intentions. At a luncheon which follow- ed, Father McCaughan spoke on "The Church, the Mysti- cal Body of Christ." He sug- gested Bible passages on "Grace" for study during Lent. Mrs. Gilbert presented her newly appointed chairmen who are Mrs. R. P. Brandt, telephone; Mrs. E. E. Bruffy, posters; Mrs. P. H. McKeon, library; Mrs H. L. ,Jenner and Mrs. R. W. Griffin, visiting; Mrs. H. J. Hillje, Mrs. J. V. Starks and Mrs. G. R. Lane, hospital; Mrs. J. C. Bors, kitchen; Mrs. J. S. Krupka, linens; and Mrs. K. H. Led- ford publicity. Members were urged to attend a Rosary smwice each Tuesday at 9:15 A.M. in the Base Chapel. Hostesses included Mrs. J. B. Steele, Mrs. R. M. Boll, Mrs. R. J. Niels, Mrs. Krupka and Mrs. Giller. Hot Springs -- The Rev. John Doyle of St. John's Home Mis- sions Seminary, Little Rock, developed the theme, "Em- brace discipline, lest you stray from the just way" at a Day of Recollection in St. John's Church last Sunday. The day opened with Mass. 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