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THE GUARDIAN MARCH II, 1966--13 . "! ...... t! ................  .i !i!iiiiii::ii iiii;i ii .... ......... iiiiii!il i! i i!ili!iiii!. ii:: i:i :re APPEAR IN L.R.U. COLLOQUIUM -- These three promi- nent churchmen will be featured next Monday and Tuesday, March 4-15, in a colloquium at Little Rock University, ar- ranged by the three campus religious groups. From left, they are Rabbi Levi alan of Dallas, president-elect of the Central Conference of American Rabbis, who will lecture March 15 at 10 A.M. on "With or Without God;" The Rev. John L. Thoma,;, S.J., renowned Jesuit sociologist and marriage coun- Selor, who will lecture March 14 at I0 A.M. on "Looking Toward Marriage in Secular Society;" and The Rev. William Holmes, pastor of Northhaven Methodist Church, Dallas, a ative of Little Rock, whose lecture March 14 at 7:30 P.M. Will be on "Cultural and Sociological Myths." FULCHER HARDWARE For Westinghouse Appliances Carlisle, Arkansas Eastern Arkansas Church, Shoppers Guide BRINKLEY St. John's Church. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 9:00 A.M. Holyday Masses: :00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. FORREST CITY $t. Francis Church, S. Washington ' Sunday Masses: 7:00 and :00 ,M, Hoiyday Masses: 7:00 A.M. and 30 PIM. HELENA St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses: CITY DRUG STORE Prescriptions Drugs Drug Sundries WEST MEMPHIS 1201 E. Broadway RE 5.1653 i 7t30 and 10:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Holyday Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. JONESBORO Blessed Sacrament Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 10:30 A.M. Holy. day Masses: 8:00 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. PARAGOULD St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday Mass- es: 6:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. WALNUT RIDGE Immaculate Hee'rt of Mary Church. Sunday Mass: 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays 10:00 A.M.; 2nd and 4th Sundays 7:30 A.M. Holyday Mass: 7:30 A.M. dr dr WYNNE St. Peter's Church. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and 11:00 A.M. Holyday Mass- es: 7:00 A.M. and 7:30 P.M. dr dr WEST MEMPHIS St. Michael's Church. Sunday Masses: 7:30 and 10:30 A.M. Holy- day Masses: 7:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. II I Gazzola Vaccaro . Leo Vaccaro . Gazzolo Vaccaro, Jr. Vaccaro-Grobmyer Lumber Co. "Builders o Quality Homes" Ph. ME 3-1141 Forrest City, Ark. ASH FURNITURE COMPANY "Furniture of Quality Early American, Traditional, French Provincial and Modern FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EASTERN ARKANSAS Strong, Dependable Service Since 1886 FORREST CITY, ARKANSAS @ "Buy the Peoples' way." PEOPLES FURNITURE CO. "Home of the Cotton Pickin' Sale" We Will Not Be Undersold... FURNITURE and APPLIANCES McKINNON'S AANILA ARKANSAS Jubilee Churches The Post Conciliar Jubilee, proclaimed by Pope Paul VI to honor the close of Vatican Council II, will be observed in the Diocese of Little Rock through Pentecost Sunday, May 29. A plenary indulgence may be gained (once only) by visit- ing and renewing a profession of faith, using any approved formula, in any of the following churches: St. Andrew's Ca- thedral, Little Rock; Immaculate Conception, Fort Smith; St. Joseph's, Fayetteville; St. Benedict's, Subiaco; St. Mary's, Hot Springs; St. Edward's, Texarkana; St. Joseph's, Pine Bluff; St. Mary's, Helena; Blessed Sacrament, Jonesboro; Assumption, Atkins. Saint Patrick s,. John's U. Held to Be 'Two Men Detroit (IC)  A Detroit man says you can take the tales told about St. Patrick and cut them in half. And to make it more humil- iating, his name is Mahoney and his family comes from Counties Cork and Kerry. He is a leading scholar on Celtic lore. "There were two Patricks," insists Dr. John Mahoney, a University of Detroit professor. "The first probably did part of the work we credit to St. Pat- rick." This theory was first pre- sented in academic circles around 1941 by a scholar ap- propriately n a m e d T. F. O'Rahilly, a member of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, Mahoney Said. Supporters of the two St. Patricks thesis have as evi- dence annals and chronicles from the fifth century. "St. Pat- rick would have needed a life span of 125 years to accomplish what: the records indicate," Mahoney said. He cites as evidence the bap- tism of St. Germanus, an early epic hero, by a man named Pat- rick. To have baptized St. Ger- manus, and participated in other events attributed to him, St. Patrick would have needed 125 years. "We have documents of ano- ther Patrick far too early for the St. Patrick we now cele- brate." Mahoney said. He be- lieves the first Patrick was a man named Palladius, known in Ireland by his second name Uatricius, or Patrick. Chronicles of the period show that in 431 Palladius was sent by Pope Celestine to fight heresy in h'eland. Irish annals note the arrival of a Patrick in h'eland in 432. "This was Palla- dius," Mahoney believes While there is no precise birth date for St. Patrick, there are two reported dates of his death, 461 and 493. The traditional view is that Palladius failed and was fol- lowed immediately by St. Pat- rick, Mahoney said. "This view holds that St. Patrick died in 461 and the other date is in error." The 36-year-old profes- sor believes Palladius is the one who died in 461, and his work was taken up by St. Pat- rick, who died in 493. By combining the lives and II Raises Salaries Jamaica, N.Y. (IC) St. John's University has announced the third increase this year in pay scales for its teachers. The total increase over the last academic year is about $1.5- million. A statement from the Vin- centian Fathers' institution said the increases, to be effec- tive in September, 1966, fUlfill a pledge made to teachers last September. St. John's, whose nearly 13,000 students make it the na- tion's biggest Catholic univers- ity, has been struck since Jan. 3 by the United F.ederation of College Teachers. A hard-core group of about 50 teachers con, tinues to picket at the univers- ity's Jamaica campus. The university's pay scale was one of the original issues in teacher protests which cul- minated in the strike. The cen- tral dispute now is the Christ- mas holiday firing of 31 teach- ers. The union wants the teach- ers re-hired and given a hear- ing. II accomplishments of the two men, Mahoney said, history has created a "big legend." "You must take the documents against the legend," said Ma- honey. "Palladius was a great man, but not /s impressive as the man we now know as St. Pat- rick." Mahoney, chairman of the University of Detroit's graduate cemmittee, says there is other evidence to substantiate this thesis. The university is assem- bling a substantial library on Celtic language, literature and folklore, he noted. --- I i I JOHNNIE'S Shoe Shop NEW LOCATION 208 WEST CAPITOL Ladies will appreciate our redecorated shop. NO INCREASE IN PRICES QUALITY WORK Shoes dyed to match your accessories Specializing In Wedding Accessories Ladles Heels Replaced In 2V Minutes -- Mens Heels Replaced in 5 Minutesl OPEN 7:30 A.M. Please bring them In early for prompt servlcel CHOCTAW MOTOR LODGE and CHOCTAW RESTAURANT The Choctaw Restaurant is happy to announce the addition of a New Dining Room seating about 100 persons. Avail- able for clubs, church parties, political gatherings, etc. Both the Restaurant and the Motel will remain open 24 hours each day beginning March 15, 1966. Choctaw Motor Lodge Roy P. McLure, Mgr. Pauline G. McLure, Asst. Mgr. Choctaw Restaurant Howard Watson, Mgr. Lila Gilmore, Asst. Mgr. Choctaw Motor Lodge and Restaurant Choctaw, Ark. 72028 (13 miles from St. Joseph Church, Center Ridge, Ark. or 5 miles from Clinton, Ark. where Mass is said at 4 P.M. in rear of public library) Fight Poverty! Promote Peacd THROUGH THE CATHOLIC BISHOPS' RELIEF FUND t 1966 APPEAL SUNDAY MARCH 2O GIVE IN YOUR PARISH CHURCH t Very Rev. Msgr. John M. Bonn Diocesan. Director 305 W. Second St:, Little Rock 72201