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Mary's School Building Fund Is Academy, Services Rendered The announce- only must $54 carry a student for communities within fifty miles campaign to raise an entire year, but it must also of Little Rock. In addition to construction of a pay a portion of the cost of car- school building at tying a non-paying student. Academy will many comments. Of course, there are boarding will be: "Mount St. students at Mount St. Mary's. In Private school. What fact, there are about eighty of mean to me?" them, most of them coming from Bernard Heinze, Jr. Is Buried Mary's is a private belongs to Mercy. Its cost of covered by charging * $ * Mary's Academy Of a parochial school is usually a a select group of stu- kind of education expensive for most said to be "exclu- Mount St. Mary's lot a private school. serves all the of high school age area. It is true at Mount St. tuition, if possible, to pay tuition a barrier for any * * * a tendency to consider [that charges tuition off',. There axe prob- leopte who think that Mary's Academy to build the new schol out of its * about the tuition at will be inter- their tuition, these pupils pay $1.50 a day. For this they re. calve food, shelter, and twenty- four - hour - day supervision. In many cases this charge is less than it would cost parents to keep these girls at home. It is evident that there is little opportunity to make a profit on either the tuition or the charges to boarding students. Certainly there is no chance of squeezing out any such sum as $500,000. Consequently the Academy is making an organized appeal to the people who are most concern- ed: the alumnae, the parents of students, and the Catholics of the area. In future weeks this space will contain additional facts of inter- est about Mount St. Mary's. the fee. rom Little Rock.Funeral Services For Bernard Anthony Heinze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard T. Heize, who died in an automobile accident near Opelousas, Louisi- anna. were held, Tuesday morn- ing at 9:00 o'clock at St. Andrew's Cathedral with Rev. B. Francis Catholic chaplain. It is known that he received Holy Comnmnion every day during the season of Lent. It was known too, that on both the Thursday and Friday mornings prior to lds fatal acci- dent on Saturday, he had made a special point to attend Holy Mass and to receive the Blessed Sacrament. These and the com- pliments of his many friends are trbutes to the deceased. Burial was in Calvary Ceme- tery. Pallbearers were all class. mates of the deceased as follows: tames Sullivan, Leo Olberts, Jr., James Cenac, Patrick Flantgan, all of Little Rock; Alan Lasselgne, Shreveport, Louisiana. Paul No. gueira and Rolando Santos of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and W. E. Byrnes, Jr., Tulsa, Oklahoma. Honorary Pallbearers were mem- the only regu- McDevitt, Rector of the Cathedral bers of the Theta Kappa Phi: of funds at Mount St. officiating. Father McDevitt also Catholic Fraternity and members ched the feral s e4"..a_a of t:Cl.oof-,947.of;:Catholic .yenng .m&n. Present in'- the ana. ]:Afiiir?'6x :7 :ara!:( : Par_chial ben tuary for the funeral were: Our [ School' and Catholic' High cnoo ' Most Rev. Bishop, Albert L.|in 1947. me would have been comparison, Feltcher, Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. A. ]awarded his degree of Bachelor vicinity of $400 a Allen, Rt. Rev. John B. Scheper, |of Science in Petroleum Geology one student in a Very Rev. Joseph Murray, Very | on June 2nd from Louisiana State school. Inasmuch as Rev. Thomas l-endergrast, Very not make a prof- Rev. Thomas L. Keany and Very be seen that the i Rev. :ward Garrify, Very Rev. cannot save M. F. Donovan. The following the modest tui- priests were also in attendance: St. Mary's. Not Rev. Charles McGinnis, Re. Claiborne Lafferty, Rev. William eetlngsl Sclwarz (lrocery Home of to Eat" Cross ek Arkansas Burke, Rev. William Galvin, Rev. John Kettler, Rev. Arthur Petro- viac. and Rev. John Doyle. The Catholic High School Choir under the direction of Rev. Ray- mond L. O'Dwyer sang Tor tim Requiem High Mass. It is said by those close to young Bernard Heinze that he had been giving himself to the practice and love of his own re- ligion in the same studious mm- her in which he approached his studies. At a secular school where he had to attend in order I to study the Science of Petroleum I Geology, he remained close to his I University. Besides his parents, he is SUro rived by his two sisters, Mary France and Virginia and his grandmothers. Mrs. Mary Motel- ski and M,. Emn,a Heinze. Salutations! PERM - A - STONE OF ARKANSAS 11 W. Capitol Av Phone 4-1747 ee That Provides An Adequate Memorial Funeral Directors elephone 43738 Bone Dry Roofing Sheet Metal Work J. E. Hornibrook t l East Markham Street Phone 4-5494 Congratulations To St. John's Seminary! The Union National Bank Is Happy to Serve You! Make full use of our Banking Facilities UNION NATIONAL BANK Fourl end Louisiana rooEII Capitol and Surplus $2,500,000.00 Graduates at St. Patrick's, North Little Rock North Little Rock.  Twenty. 'to the graduation class by Msgr. two students of St. Patrick's James P. Gaffney, and Benedic- School received their diplomas at tion of the Most Blessed Sacra- the graduation exercises in the ment. The graduates pictured church, Sunday, May 25th at 3:00 above are front row. left to right: p.m. The exercises consisted of Mary Ann Chudy, Mary Ann "The Acts of Consecration to the Puszewski, Carolyn Natmrs, Alma Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Lipsmeyer, Patricia Siepiela, Blessed Virgin Mary," recited by:Nancy Younts, George Schlatter- the graduates, Rosary, a sermon er, Margaret Farrish, Dolores Lu- | Wins Scholarship Greater Little RockActivities St. Andrew,s Cathedral Sunday Masses 6. 7, 9, 10 and ll o'clock. All Low Masses. Week day Masses 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock. .t. Edward's Sunday Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 9:00, 11:00. High Mass at 9:00. Benediction at 3 p.m. Week day Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 14:00 to 6:00, and 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. Every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., Novena to Our Lady of Perpetual :: ! :: Help, followed by Social Hour in church basement. mmun. for the Holy Name Society. and the Holy Name Meet. ing will be held Monday night Little Rock.Frederick Eu in the hall at 7:30 p.m. The Altar Society will hold its Joyee has been selected as a win- monthly meeting Friday at 2:00 ner of a four year College scho- larship in the Naval Reserve Of- pxa. Sunday Masses at 7:00, 8:00, :icers Training Corps. 9:00, 10:00 and 11:00 o'clock. Basis for selection was aptitude Weekday Masses at 7:00 o'clock tests and personal interviews, only, First Friday and First Sat. Gene made an outstanding re- urday at 6:30, 7:00 and 8:00 cord as a senior student at Chami. o'clock. THIRD DEGREE COUNCILS nade, conducted by the Brothers Sorrowful Mother Novena Frt- | of Mary, (St. Louis, MoO winning | Jistinctions and awards for all, NEWS : | round scholarship: vith special "  honors in Debate and Spee h. [ ACTIVITIES IN THE  Gene, a member of Our Lady] of Good Counsel Parish, is the] 'A'rl OF AR R.q  .son of Mrs. Elizabeth Joyce, 2302[ .._:L::5 ............ _-_::___! south Tyler I .............................. i 0 June Circle A series of radio programs, 151 A,, .....  !11_.,. Greetings! minutes in length, on the sub. I uauugttA I'Ul- Sect-- Foundations o Our Amer-I I   ican Ideals", is sponsored by OOC oune| Council 996. These programs may be heard every Sunday at 9:30 p.m. over Radio Station KFSA Fort Smith. Father Sullivan To Speak At Ft. Smith High Fort Smith.--Father Leon Sul livan, O.F.M.. is to speak in Fort Smith, Junior High School Audi. torture, Tuesday evening, June 17 at 8:00 o'clock. Father Sullivan iS Pastor of St. John the Baptist Church, Lake Village, Arkansas. The subject that will be discussed by Father Sullivan will be his experiences with the Coounists in China. Father Sullivan spent fourteen years in China. having been sent there in the winter of 1938. Dur- ing World War II he spent three years in a Japanese concentra- tion camp outside Shanghai. Dur- ing the Korean War he spent two years during Communist ruling. He was placed under house ar- rest on January 6, 1951, and see. eral months later was imprisoned for two weeks. At the end of that time he was given one of the famous Communist public trials in which he was condemned to banishment as an enemy of the people. Father Sullivan has given lec- tures on Communism and their tactics in several places, in Ark- ansas. He has spoken in Little Rock and at the annual Subiaco Alunmi Reunion he was the prin- cipal speaker at the Banquet. He gives a thorough description of the Communists in operation, how they took over in China. There will be no charge for those at. tending the lecture. Little Rock.Mrs. Louis Hug, Chairman of the June Circle at Our Lady of Good Counsel Par. ish will be assisted by the follow- ing parishioners:Mr. V. P. Ma- gro, Mr. J. Mahan, Mrs Dale Ma. hurin. Mr. J. A. Mains, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Malczycki, Mrs. Lucy Mancini, Mrs. P. A. Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Martin, Mr. and Mrs. H. Massa. Miss Louise Mau- ley, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. lvIay, Miss M. McCaffrey, Mr. A. G. McCaI. lure, Mrs. M. R. McCarroll, Mrs. F. O. McConnell, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. McDonald, Mrs. P. McDon. oM, Mrs. K. McFarland. Mr. W. O. McFarland, Miss F. McGaughy, Mrs. M. McGaughy, Mr. James E. McGowan. Mrs. R. M. McGow- an, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McGrath, Mr. J McHugh, Mrs. M McNutt, Mr E. B. Melton Mrs. S. Melton, Mr: and Mrs. E.' A. Mequet, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Merck, Mr. A. Mercoguliano, Mr. S. A. Mernah, Mrs. F. E. Merrell, Miss F, Mer. rel, Miss V. Mertens, Mr. and Mrs. A. Metrailer, Miss A. Me- trailer. Mr. A. H. Metrai]er, Mr. H. Meuwly, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Meyer, Mrs. ! Block I I R.ltyCo. I I -j mte I I " Rents, Loans I I . 00sur.00e | I P"?N00 S "9's' I I st. i day evening at 7:30 o'clock. Confessions, Saturday from 4:30 to 6:00 and from 7:00 to 8:30 o'clock. Holy Souls Sunday Masses, 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11:00 o'clock. Holy Days, 6, 7 8 and 9 o'clock. [ Confession Saturday afternoon, I from 4 to 5 and 7:30 to 8:30 in the evening. Same on Vigil of Holy Days and Eve of First Friday. . Devotions in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima on Fri- day evening at 7:30. M. H. Middleton, Mrs. A. V. Mil- ler. Mrs. E. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. H. Miller, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. M. Mil- er, Jr., Mr. E. H. Millot, Mr. and Mrs. P. Minihan, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Miremont, Mr. J. W. Mit- chell, Mr. W. F. Molter. yet, Elaine Cahanin, Mary Froley, Mary Ellen Wankum, Mary Coleman. Second row: George Derrick Bernard Randolph, Rob- ert Hicls, Charles Isom, Msgr. I James P. Gaffney, Pete Mergen., schroer, Victor Paulette, Bob Lukas and Jerry Dollins. Clyde i Myers was absent when the pic-,i i ture was made. St. Anne's Sunday Mass 8i30 a.m. St. Mary's North Little Rock Sunday Masses, 6, 8 and 10 o'clock. Week Day Masses, 6:30 and 8 o'clock. Confession every Saturday and before Holy Days from 4 to 5 and from 7 to 8 p.m. St. Bartholomew's Sunday Masses at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Masses during the week will begin ,at 6:30 each,moltll, , ..... North.. LttUe  [.i .:.{i Sunday Masses at, 6:00; 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Recitation of the Rosary each afternoon at 5:30 pn. Confessions Saturday and be- fore First Fridays from 4:00 to 5:30 p.m., and rom 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. Instruction class on Monday and Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m. 'SL Augustine's North Little Rock Sunday Masses at 6:30 and 9:00 a.m. Immaculate Conception Sylvan Hills Sunday Mass at 9:00 a.m. St. Therese's Base Line Road Sunday Mass at 9:00 a.m. Stewart's, Inc. POTATO. CHIPS Little Rock Arkansas Congratulations to St. John's Seminary! Selle - Equipment And Contracting Co. 1650 Magnolia Phone 3-8345 Little Rock, Arkansas Greetings from the MID-CONTINENT-PET-CORP. PHONE 9183 AND ALL DX SERVICE STATIONS Greetings! A NEW LINEFoR YouROF FINEHoME FABRICS Big Roc  S Hand Screened Prints-Textured Tweeds, Plaids Imported Linens and Silks CUSTOMED TAILORED For your windows and furniture. Seclal Designlns - For Period or Modern - Bamboo Drawn Drap- erle---A New Window Tmtment In Beautiful Colors. CONSULTING SERVICE Como in any time and discu;s your decorotlng problems with quallfld personnel. We offer the Finest Upholstery Service by Master Craftsmen Phone 5.9477 813 Main WAeh for Announcement of our New Location )no & , Material Co. Little Rock Arkansas Father Paschal Gives Retreat At Subiaco Suciaco.  The Rev. Paschal Botz, O.S.B., of St. John's Abbey in Minnesota. will be the retrea:- master at the annual retreat for members of New Subiaco Abbey June 9-13 Father Paschal is di- rector of brothers in his abbey and serves as editor of Sponsa Regis. Preliminary to the opening of the chapter on Monday evening all the chapter members of the ab- bey will assemble for the annual monasUe chapter wherein reports are given on activities of the past year and plans are formulated for the future work for the in. stitution. Congratulations l To St. John's endmary and the Class of 1952 SAM PECK HOTEL Greethrs! Colonial Flower Shop 2017 Kavanaugh Blvd. Little Rock, Arkanm SAM J. PECK, Msnge F"dth And C.aam PHONE 9264 Little Rock WALTER R. BASS COMPANY INVESTMENT - SECURITIES Phone 4-1231 115 W. 4th St- Little Rock, Arkansas sl Tom & Andrews Restaurant Steve Splnem, Sam Ruuo, Props, Phone 2-9415 Little Rock, Ark. 210 W. Capitol ,Vhere Flowers Spoak For You" 'i: .'.:, ,it' : P'':/i:('V ! and lqants to! :: Bond! Member of Florist elegpb 708 Broadway Phone 17-9111 Little Rock Monument Coo Authoriffied Dealers Rock of Ages Family Monument, Phone 5-8296 1024 Broadway Little Rock, Arkansas Greetings to St. John's Seminary! FAGAN ELECTRIC CO. 901 Spring St. Phone 4.2366 Arcade Delivery Service, Inc. CRATING & PACKING HOUSEHOLD GOODS ETC. MOVING - STORAGE We Also Skil, Crate 6 Pack Ofice Equipment & Machines All Types Of Industrial Equipment & Machinery WINCH EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE CAR unloading and Distribution Service 401 Vine NLR 5-3288 "SINCE 1877" 75t ANNIVERSARY YEAR OF COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE TO ARKANSAS & Trust Co. MAIN AT FOURTH LITTLE ROCK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp.