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PAGE SiX THE GUARDIAN, MAY 14, 1943 El Dorado Firms and Businessmen Ask Patronage of Guardian St. Patrick's P.T.A. Installs New Officers North Little Rock.mAfter a banquet, Tuesday, May 11, at the Freiderica Hotel the new officers of St. Patrick's P.T.A., were in- stalled. Mrs. Steve Pruniski, outgoing president, opened the meeting, but gave her place to Mrs. E. J. Thir- ion, the new president. Other new officers are: Mrs. George Burns, vice president, Mrs. Henry Cochran, secretary, Mrs. R. Andrelli, treasurer, and Mrs. R. Bennett, reporter. Mrs. Pruniski presented outgo- ing officers with gifts, and the Rev. Joseph M. Bruns, pastor of St. Patrick's presented Mrs. Pru- niski with a gift from the mem- bers of the P.T.A. Mrs. Thirion appointed the June Committee, which will be in charge of the bingo activities. Mrs. Tommy Jones is chairman, assist- ed by Mrs. Guisto Mancini, Mrs. C. Rixie, Mrs. E. Koehler, Mrs. John Hum, Mrs. W. J. Lenderman, Mrs. Lawrence Frederick, and Mrs. J. E, Stanley. May 27 was announced as the date for the annual school picnic. The school play will be held af- ter the graduation exercises, May 25. Sister M. Regis, primary teach- er, was awarded the attendance prize, and Mrs. Charles Craig- head won the door prize. Good Counsel Organizes Unit To Assist Dying ' Good Counsel NCCW to begin work of Apostolate to Assist Dy- ing Non-Catholics. At the regular meeting of the Good Counseli Parish NCCW,'held Monday, April 18th, at Good Counsel Hall, the very charitable work of the Apostolate to Assist Dying Non-Catholics was the ma- jor topic for discussion. Rev. Ed- ward Maloy outlined the inten- tions of the Apostolate, explaining the great charity possible by 3articipating in the work. The members voted unanimously to begin the work of the Apostolate to Assist Dying Non-Catholics, as soon as materials can be re- ceived. Mrs. R. C. Harville, Parish President, conducted the meeting. Reports of regular business were read by Mrs. H. E. Reiman, Chair- man for National Defense. who complimented the parish group for their support of the Women's War Activities Committee during the week of bond selling sponsored by the NCCW recently; Mrs. Charles Hooker, Chairman for Organization and Development; Mrs. Harry Snider, Chairman for National Catholic School of So- cial Service; Miss Lillian Sum- mers, Chairman for Extension of Religious Education, who stressed the cooperation of NCCW in the observance of Mary's Day on May. 8th; and Mrs. Frank Sarlo, Chair- man of Shrines. The date of the next meeting will be May 17th. IIIII1 T|re BatterY Serv|ce El Dorado's One-Stop Service Station IIIIII EL DO'DO ......... ARKANSAS IlpJl PHILIPS AUTO SUPPLY COMPANY El Dorado Recent Picture, Warner Brown Hospital, E1 Dorado Nun To Conduct Aviation Course At Catholic U. Washington. (IC)  A Sister of the Franciscan Order--one of the very few nuns who possess a civil- ian pilot's license---will be in charge of the Division of Air Age Education at the Catholic Uni- versity of America during the for- thcoming summer session, Dr. Roy J. Deferrari, director of the ses- sion, disclosed today. She is Sis- ter M. Aquinas, O. S. F., who re- ceived her bachelor's degree at Catholic University in 1926; majored in physics at the Uni- versity of Notre Dame, and now is instructor in science and aero- nautics at Ambrose High School, Ironwood, Mich. Conscious of the urge of Ameri- ican youth for knowledge of aerial navigation -- both military and civil -- Catholic University's sum- mer program is designed to equip teachers to instruct classes in pre- flight aeronautics in high schools, with the accompanying courses in The El Dorado House, Inc. Arkansas  "k --Guardian Photo FOOD REYNOLDS- GAMMILL El Dorado LUMBER CO. Arkansas [] Dorado, Arkansas FRIEDMAN'S radio and communications. Re- garded primarily as a contribution to the war effort, the University authorities feel that the rapidly expandig uses for aerial trans- portation will continue after the emergency has ceased, making necessary the remodeling of ele- mentary school curricula to in- clude courses in aeronautics. With Sister Aquinas as principal instructor, and assisted by Sister Peola, O.S.F., of Superior, Wis., and Dr. M. Gertrude Reiman of the physics department of the Uni- versity, two series of courses will be given. The first will start on May 31 and be under the direction of the civil Aeronautics Authority, with free tuition. The second and longer course will be given during the regular summer session, open- ing on June 25 and continuing until August 7. The schedule for the summer session is divided in two parts, and includes instruction in air- craft structure', aerodynamics, engines, rules and regulations for pilots and theory of flight, with meteorology, navigation, radio and communications, as well as ex- cursions to neighboring labor- atories and airfields so far as BOB ELLIOTT & SON Jewelers El Dorado, Ark. PIPE & METAL TERRY, The Jeweler Box 1059 Phone 556 El Dorado, Ark. El Dorado, Arkansas 3,000 Priests In Prison, Escaped Captive Reports Zurich, Switzerland. (IC)--There were about 3,000 priests imprison- ed in the Nazi concentration camp at Dachau when he escaped from there last October, a refugee ar- riving here is quoted as reporting in the Apologetlsche Blaetter, Ca- tholic publication of this city. Of that number, 2,000 were Poles 400 Germans, and the remaining 600 were Czechs, Hollanders, Bel- gians and priests of other nation- alities. possible under the military re- 3trictions imposed by the war. Sister Aquinas, with the cooper- ation of the Civil Aeronauffcs Authority, will have considerable laboratory equipment, and models of various American type planes, a Japanese Zero and a German Stuka, supplemented by other visual aids to give the teacher- students more practical knowledge of the place of the air age in class- room instruction. Parker Music Company Phone 259 Everything for ,the Home 213 North Washington E! Dorado, Arkansas El Dorado Laundry And Cleaning Co. Geo. W. List, Pres. J. R. Wilkins, Mgr. -k ,k ",k El Dorado, Ark. After 3 Years Silence, Church Bells Ring London. (t)---Church bells are ringing again to call the people to Sunday worship, and convent bells are again ordering the lives of religious communities, as the threat of invasion has receded and the ban on the ringing of bells has been lifted. For three years or so Britain's bells have been silent, with one recent exception which was made to mark a desert victory. The ringing of church bells was to be the signal for invasion. The bells were under the care of the military. Prime Minister Churchill an- nounced in the House of Com- mons that the War Cabinet after receiving the advice of the Chiefs of Staff, has reviewed the whole question and that bells may now be rung "in the ordinary manner." The ban was lifted in time for Easter, and all over the country bells which had hung silently, ready to toll news of calamity, pealed the joyous tidings of Christ's Resurrection. Not for some time will the bells ring again "in the ordinary man- ner" for most of the bell-ringers are in the army or on war work. i Many of the older ringers have, in fact, gone to their reward. Some of the bells had been re- moved from church towers to guard against the their being brought bombs. Others have because of disuse and re-roping. Comparatively few churches have notable cause for many years were forbidden to build even when they were build churches. But onei best carillons in the a Catholic church--the church at St. Helen's HARDWARE FURNITURE E! Dorado, Still Serving the public to the best of my ability SIDNEY FELSENTHAL 105 E. Cedar Street El Dorado, R. C. BODENHAMER, Solicits Your Insurance Business Phone 575 El Dorado, Escoubas Cleaners & Dyers "We Know How" Phone 142 i ",, Hall-Chadwell Funeral Home Successors to HALL-McWILLIAMS Ambulance Service Phone EL DORADO, J ANTHONY-WILLIAMS LUMBER COMPANY Established 1886 RITCHIE GROCER CO. Wholesale Grocers and Fresh Fruits and Vegetables E! Dorado * Arkansas I Arkansas Pipe And Scrap Material Co. Incorporated I. L. Pesses. Mgr. Phone 1420 , 1130 E. M?dn Manufacturers of YELLOW PINE AND HARDWOOD LUMBEg FRANK ANTHONY, Manager BRUCE ANTHONY, Sales Manag Phone, Calion 28 EL DORADO, ARKANSAS