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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 Subiac0 Staging (Jtltstanding Festiv, tl of Art Subiaco -- Subiaco Academy's Department of Fine Arts, under the direction of The Rev. Felix Fredeman, O.S.B., chairman of the Academy's Art Department, is sponsoring a March Festival of Arts -- 30 days devoted to the promotion and dissemination of contemporary arts. During the month of March, vis- itors are welcome to participate in the festival. There is a display of Academy students' work from the Academy's I FOREST Appreciation and Fine Arts Clas- ses in the Platt Library Foyer Gal- lery throughout the month. Hours for viewing are 9-12 A.M.; 1-3 P.M.; and 7-8:30 P.M. 'Designs for Mosiaics' bySher- man Frederick of Fort Smith will continue until March 30. Visitors hours are 9-5 Monday through Friday, and 1-3 P.M. on Sundays. In the painting department the works of Mary Fiegel and the works of the Arkansas Tech painting class, taught by Helen Marshall are on display in the Academy's cafeteria. This dis- play is open to visitors by private appointment. Each class in the Academy is participating in a combination arts-speech program. Finally, two classic movies, "Becket" and "Moby Dick" are slated for the cinema part of the festival to give the Subiaco student a well- rounded introduction to contem- porary art and art forms. HEIGHTS SHOPPING CENTER . . . in the Heart of Holy Souls Parish. FREE PARKING--FRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EVERYTHING for ALL the FAMILY in this CONVENIENT one-stop SHOPPING CF2fTERI ir voum CLOT.. AR= NOr BKCOM=NO TO YOU TH[Y SHOULD B= COMJNO TO U.. . BOSHEARS CLEANERS LAUNDry . CLF--NINO . mTORAGE MO.*WK 4.mono nsll VAN.OQM "CO..,U Infants and Childrens Ready-To,Wear 5701 Kavanaugh - MO 3-6357 THE YARN MART 571 7 Kavanaugh MO 6-6505 Little Rock, Ark. KAVANAUGH PHARMACY * FREE DELIVERY * 5008 Phone Kavanaugh MO 4-3844 ,111 CENTRAL ARKANSAS AGENCY "Complete insurance Service" 1807 N. 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Mr. LeMay was born August 22, 1897 in Winona, Minn. He made his home at 2711 Herbert St. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth LeMay of the home; a son, Col. John LeMay, Jr., of the U. S. Marines, stationed at Falls Church, Va.; a daughter, Mrs. Edward Morgan of Orange, Texas; a brother, D. P. LeMay and a sister, Miss Lemena LeMay, both of Fort Worth; four grand- children and one great grandchild. Active pallbearers were Gilmer Dixon, Bob McCann, John Gallaher, Lawrence Sharum, George Schriver and Earl Farns- N.L.R. Student Poets Honored N. Little Rock -- Six cash awards were made to winners of a poetry contest sponsored by Catholic Daughters of America, Queen of Peace Court, at their monthly meeting March 13. The contest was held in local elementary schools. The judges were two recognized Arkansas poets. The winning poems will be sumitted for com- petition at the state level. There were 357 poems entered in the contest. The contest was conducted in accordance with the rules formula- ted by the National CDA Office. The purpose of the program is to encourage creative writingdedi- cated to the honor of God and coun- try. Susan Wrobleski of the fifth grade at St. Patrick's School was first place winner in Division I, which includes grades four, five worth. Lawrence Morgan, and members of the City Fire Department tired fireman. Burial Calvary Cemetery. HENRY KAUFMAN St. Vincent -- A was offered February Mary's Church here Kaufman, 94 the St. Mary's parish. I-le his home February 2. The Rev. Bernard pastor, officiated and gave the homily. assisted by The Ray. Beck, diocesan schools. A Rosary held February 23 in eral Chapel and in the following evening. Mr. Kaufman waS Westphalen, GermanY, 1874, a son of Henry Theresa Tice Kaufman, a merchant and a Joseph's Society of St Survivors include Louis and Herman St. Vincent, Floyd Kingman, Ariz., of McGehee and Leo Dermott; two daul Robert Highter of Vermont, and MrS. Thines of Morrilton; children and one child. Pallbearers were Dale man, Mark Kaufma, Kaufman, Scott Burgener and Leo was in St. Mary's Harris Funeral Home. and six. Second place Julie Cass, grade rick's. Janls Lynn in grade six at St. was third. In Division II, seventh and eight Engel was first place is in grade seven Second place winner Pence, grade James Mttchener, St. Patrick's, was winner. BEER-toast to America's economy The brewing industry is a massive and dynamic part the national economy, Each year it pours billions dollars into commerce and government. $1.4 billion in state and federal excise taxes $3 billion to employees, suppliers and distributorS' $990 million in agricultural products and pac kagi materials. The brewing industry is a proud contributor to Ame ricS's prosperity. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. lILlrJ i5 Westmont Circle, Little Rock, Ark, 72204