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If .ty'will meet Wed- phone 4-0097, Evenings 4-4539. the situatio , come to tl, aoPurasr) " AN G E B U T T R U overed thati "a point wh0000fO.r Ca*boll'c, lb. :hould vhile other ad growing. not t of except themselves determined over their :1 generally ) make ot thing to be . your mld be N 1945 .L.--bss on 8180 o'clock 3unday at 10 DGE. -- 3t. the 1st and :k; on the 3rd LITTLE ndrow's Ly at 6:00, 1:00 o'clock 9:30 and at 7:00 and 8: ys, 6:00, 7:00 =slons and 7:30 to 8 dward'a sy= at 5:30, b o'clock. Sunday and o'clock. and 7:30 Lady of Good on Sunday o'clock. 7:00 and at 6:00, 7:30 Soul's 9:00 o'clock; clays at 7:30 preceding o'clock ; and o :30 o'clock. )LIA.--Girl S t, 3rd and 5th IE.--Immaculsl Lass on Sundal o'clock. Week LNNA.--St. AI the Ist, 3rd s ,'clock and on at 10:30 o'clo ,'clock. ED TREE. " Mass in Home cl Tree High I the 2nd, 4th J RY.--St. Mary ., 3rd and 5th n the 2nd and lock. -- St. AgneJ ys at 8:00 ( Lt 7:30 o'cloct LTON.--Sacre asses at 8:00 S + at 7:00 and 9 SON BLUFF." rch. Low Ms 10:00 o'clock; ck. ORTH LITTb ary's Church, at 7:00 and g cliction follo@ :k Mass. W o'clock ; First !k. Patrick's ChUl ays at 7:00, 'k. Masses 01 7:00 and 815 LA.--Mass o :OULD.-- St. Sundays at m Holydays --St. Joseph's at 7 I00 and 7:00 o'cl0 Heagney los hok i July --(Special to .- "Other,s Will qel to "Victory", by J. Heagney, LiLt. D., Published by the blishing House, St. 00R,so N ILTrEig HATS b aND BLOCKED st sm 0011, Mallory Colvert ' OP AI2L KIND8 Waila Bid/. 4-1555 Nazianz, Wis. The book is a his- torical novel based on the life +, .. of Father Jordan founder of the Society of the Divine Saviour. "Victory" dealt with the life of the saintly founder from the :time of his birth up to the found- ing of his Society. "Others Will Come" carries on the inspiring :story of his struggle against gi- i gantic odds for recognition and ecclesiastical approval for the in- fant organization. He lived to see his Society spreading through- out the world and among the last words he spoke before his holy death was this prophecy, now many times fulfilled: "Others will come and be mindful of our suf- fering and continue the work." Dr. Heagney's most recent work "Behold This Heart", a novel based on the life and apostolate of St. Margaret Mary, Apostle of the Sacred Heart, will appear in the "Messenger of the Sacred Heart", beginning with the October hum- St. Anthony's Hospital I MORmLTON, ARK. I the 2nd lock. caEEZ. -,] P. O. New .1 : 7:00 and 9:0'[ P :00 o'clock, C.--SS. Cyril Mass on )ck. 'S.--Mass t 8:00 GART. -- Sunday at Iolydays at NCENT.--t. .'O. -- St. Sunday at o'cloe 5:80, at 7:30 r Sundays Sunday o'clock. t and 3rd ,'clock. ,R. -- St. Sunday s i m MEMPHI ' 1 Mass on PI |. :00 o'cloc_'J I ST.---Our i/b IMass on sul' l[ock. 1 1E --t. pat Bs, 8rd an lock; on thl m:00 o'clock, MY PRAYER BOOK By Father Lasance A MOST POPULAR PRAYERBOOK The reflections preceding the prayers in this book so attune the mind and heart that the prayers would seem but a natural outpouring of the soul to God. Reflections, Counsels, Prayers, and Devotions, Con- tains also Marriage-Mass and many Special Prayers. Regular Edition. ' II, hIt. Leather, limp, round red edses . $2.2S laalt. Leather, limp, round orner s: iold 'edges ...... 3.00 Seal Leather, limp, red nder gold rises; ........................ - ...................... 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Sunday night there will be a No- vena in honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal followed by Benediction of the Mos Blessed Sacrament beginning at 7:30 p.m. Novena in honor of St. Teresa, the Little Flower, on Wednesday morning following the 7 and 8 o'clock: Masses. Confessions are heard at the Cathedral every Saturday from 4:00 t0"6:00 end from 7:30 to 8:30 m the evening. Confessions at Holy Souls' Chap- el every Saturday afternoon from 2 to 2:30. The regular "Inquiry Class" will oe held at the Cathedral Rectory, t102 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night dur- in the week (except Wednesday or Saturday nights) by appoint- ment. St. Edward's Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 and 11:00 a.m. Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament after the last Mass. All young folks of the Parish are invited to receive Holy Communion in the Soldiers' Mass at 8:80. There will be no evening devotions. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses at 6:30 and 7:30 a.m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help, Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., followed by a social. Good Counsel Masses Sunday at 7:00, 9:00 and 10:30 o'clock. Weekday Masses at 6:30 and 7:30. Novena for Peace and Victory is held every Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock, followed by Bene- diction. Novena in honor of SL An- thony is held every Tuesday morning after the 6:30 and 7:30 Masses. Eucharistic and Little Flower Novena takes place every I Friday night at :30: The.members af the Holy Name Society wiU receive Holy Com- munion at the 7:00 o'clock Mass, Sunday, July 8. The Holy Name . Society will meet in Good Counsel Hall, Mon- day, July 9, at 8:00 o'clock. All the members are urged to attend the meeting and the social that will follow. The president, Mr. Earnest Narey, will preside. The St. Anthony Sodality will meet in the Parish Hall next Thursday, July 12, at 8:00 o'clock. The weekly Social, Friday, July 6, will be in charge of the St An- thony Sodality. The program for the evening will begin at 8:15. The total amount thus far sub- Scribed in the special drive to raise funds for the erection of a new Church, Sisters Home and Rectory is $21,748.50. The Altar Society will meet this Friday, July 6, at the home of Mrs. J. E. Gehrki, 2719 Broad- way, at 2:00 p.m. St. Patr!ck's North Little Rock Masses Sunday at 7, 9 and 11 o'clock. Confessions Saturday afternoon from 4 until .5 o'clock and before the 7 and 9 o'clock Masses on Sunday. Benediction o the Most Blessed Sacrament after the 11 o'clock Mass on Sunday. Instructions in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Sunday is Communion day for :members of the Holy Name Soci- ety: Breakfast will be served in the hall following the 7 o'clock Mass. The following committee will be in charge: M. P. WiN kiewicz, chairman, assisted by Joe Roddy, Carl Lukas, Joe Pabian Joe Inda, P. J. Schuller and Mrs. Tofelia Linskey and Mrs. Howard Funk. The School Welfare Collection will be taken up at the Masses Sunday. Sunday is also Communion day for boys of the parish. ber. It will run for a year after which a more complete version of the novel, totalling more than 100,000 words, will appear in book form. Soldier Forced Into Hitler Youth Serves U.S. With the Fifth Army in Italy. 0S--Pie. Rudolph Frank of Phila- delphia, formerly a member of the compulsory Hitler Youth move- ment in Germany, is now serving as an interpreter for the regi- mental provost marshal with the Fifth Army's 88th "blue Devil" Division here. A native of Wurzburg, Bavaria, young Rudolph was attending a religious festival of a Catholic youth organization in May 1935 when the nazi government an- nounced that all Catholic youths must become members of the Kit- ler Youth. As the Catholic boys sought sanctuary in a church, a scuffle ensued and Rudolph was knifed in the leg. Private Frank tells how, as a member of tle nazi Youth or- ganization, he'spent hour upon hour drilling hiking, training and listening to numerous talks deliv- ered by the leaders. He left his home in Wurzburg in 1937 at the age of 16 and came to the United States. He entered the U. S. Army in 1943 and became a naturalized citizen. In the course of his career as a U.S. soldier he was severely wounded in action and spent five :months in an army field hospital. The Holy Bible No. I No. No. S Douoy Version Size 5 5/8 x 8 inches, 1300 page Contains 14 maps of the Hol) Land and 4 page family records. Bindings number 3, 4, 5, and g also contain SZ pictures of biblical events. p u Supplementary Features &.--A double index. B--Indul- genes prayers before and afte reading The Holy Bible, and data regarding indulgences granted fo the reading of the Sacred Scrip- tures. C--An historical and chron- ological Table of Events in the Old and New Testaments. D.--A table of the Epistles and Gospeh as read in the Pulpit each Sunday Vaflety of Bindings No. l--4:loth, =tiff cover, blind stamp and edges ............ $2.75 No. 2--Morrokette, flexible, blind staml red edges ..................... $3.75 No. 3.--Morrokatte, flexible, gold stamp red under gold edges ........... $5.00 No. 4.--American Seal Leather, flegible, sold title, rod under gold =dine .................................. Ss.oo No. S.--Levant Groiu Leather, Ynpp. Gold title, sod under gold ed|res ................................. $7.80 No. e---Morocco, leather lined, ver flexible, gold title, red under 8old edges 111.0c Order from The Guardian 26th Triennial session of the Arkansas State Council of the Ca- tholic Knights of America is to be held at Morrilton, Ark., on Sunday and Monday, August 19th and 20th. Session will be opened with a High Mass at 10 o'clock by Rev. Alphonse Mueller, O.S.B., State Spiritual Director. The Most Roy. Albert L. Fletcher, D.D., Auxiliary Bishop will preach the sermon. The officers of the state coun- cil are named at the head of this column. These and the delegates from the 28 branches will parti- ipate. Some representatives from upreme Headquarters, St. Louis Ms., are alo" expected. Among these is former Arkansas Gee. P. Kordsmezer, Supreme Treasurer and Field Manager. The dele- gates and guests will be welcomed by the Rev. Chas. S. Wolffer C.S.Sp., pastor and spiritual di- !rector of Morrilton Branch No. 993 of which H. B. Drilling and Bruno Lie=hart are president and secretary respectively. At the meeting, arrangements will be made to take care of the 1946 Triennial Supreme Council meeting to be held in Little Rock where delegates from all the state councils and the supreme officers will attend. Mr. G. H. Kenkel, state secretary has sent ou in- vqtations, notices and programs to all the branches requesting prompt answers from them as to the names of the elected dele- gates. An innovation this year is that I no per capita tax is asked for. I The Supreme council taking this !burden over, paying same out of i their reserves. A high spot in the meeting will be the report of Su- preme Representative, the Rev. Edward J. Yaeger of Pocahontas, member of Branch No. 79 but now Spiritual Director of Pocahontas Branch No. 476 of which Wm. H. Nuce and Miss Mary Burke are president and secretary respec- tively. Mr. Bruno Lie=hart, Morrilton secretary, reports that arrange- ments are being made to house and feed the delegates during the two days of their stay in Morril- ton, thus saving them time and woffry looking for these accom- modations. "George says" Supreme Board authorizes juvenile limits increas- ed to $2000.00 Juniors now holding $500.00 or $1000.00 certificates on any plan may apply for $1000.00 additional insurance on the regu- lar non-medical application. Now all junior members can avail themselves of our coveted 20 year endowment certificate. P.S. And the $3.00 cash award for all new $1000.00 juvenile cer- tificates has been extended until further notice. The "George" above is Gee. P. Sister Benedict Ingrid Bergs=n, Academy win- ning actress, as Sister Benedict in Leo McCarey's "The Bells of St. Mary's" which re-introduces Father O'Malley (Bing Crosby) of "Going My Way". The film, first original screenplay about Catholic sisters, will be releas- ed later this year by RKO- Radio. Van Dyke Painting Given English Abbey London. (E)--Buckfast Bene- dictine Abbey, in Devonshire, has received a religious paint- ing with a romantic history, said to be the work of Van Dyke. The picture represents angels carrying a painting of Our Lady and the Child Jesus to heaven. The picture once hung in a Spanish church to replace that of Our Lady and the Child which had mysteriously dis- appeared and according to legend, had been stolen by the angels because it was so beauti- ful. It depicts the artists's ver- sion of the angels removing the picture. The picture now at Buckfast was later stolen by Napoleon's soldiers in Spain but re-ap- tured by the British and event- ually came into the possession of a British non-Catholic wo- man, Mrs. Westenra, who be- fore her death exppressed the wish that it be returned to the Catholic Church. This has now been done by her daughter, Mrs. Patronella Church. Priests Direct Second Papal Relief Mission Vatican City. (E)--(Radio).--The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Walter C. Carroll of the Papal Secretariat= of State and the Rev. Martin T. Gilligan of Cincinnati, both American priests have left for Milan to di- rect the assembling of the second relief mission to be sent by His Holiness Pope Plus XII in aid of displaced persons assembled in in- ternment camps in Austria and southern Germany. The American priest had just returned here a few days ago af- ter completing the round trip with the first of the Papal relief mis- sions. The relief mission was di- rected by Monsignor Carroll, with the assistance of Father Gilligan. These motorcades of trucks and ambulances, arranged for and dis- patched with the cooperation of the Allied authorities, take medi- c'ines, food, clothing, and provide the services of priests, doctors and nurses to persons now residing in internee camps and awaiting op- portunity to return to their home- lands. 125 Out Of 315 Graduates Study For 'Priesthood Quebec. 0D--Of the 315 grad- uating students in 12 colleges affiliated with Laval Univer- sity, 125 have signified their intention of studying for the priesthood. Kordsmeier formerly of Morrilton but now the Supreme Treasurer and Field Manager of the C. K. of A. in St. Louis, Ms. EMMANUEL A Book of Prayer Extra Large Type $ * $ by Father Lan A new prayerbook for people who want a small size book with very large size type easily legible in churches or place where the light is dim. So complete that it includes all prayers and devotions which the average Lay Catholic needs and wants. No. IS9-200--Silk-Cloth. blind st=spins, round corners, red edges In box, each ........ $1 No. 189-201 -- Jmit. Leather limp cover, round corners, red under gold edges ....... $3.00 No. 189-301 ---Amerlrn Seal limp, round corners, red under gold edges ........ $3.00 No. 18S-3197-.-.Persbsu Sea Lion Leather limp. round corners, red under sold edges ...... $3.00 No. 189-4017--Turkish Moroc- o, sold roll, gold edges ...... $4.00 Many Catholics In Cast Of "The Bells Of St. Mary's" about Catholics Sisters who teach school. Bing Crosby, seen again as Fa- ther O'Malleyof "Going My Way", is a regular communicant. Joan Carroll who plays a Catholic school girl in the film, is in fact a student at the Immaculate Heart High School, Hollywood and Bob z by Frasco, 12 year old schoolboy in the story, attends St. Thomas the Apostle's Los Angeles where he serves the Altar almost daily. William Gargan, who plays a delinquent parent in the film un- til he is straightened out by Fa- ther O'Malley, is a devout Cath- olic and so too is lna O'Connor who portrays Father O'Malley's housekeeper. Miss O'Connor also acted as technical director of a specially novel sequence in the film which presents a number of tiny school- children in a Nativity Play staged with handmade props and their own spontaneous dialogue. This idea was adapted from a real-life event which used to be staged by the tots at the Holy Child Jesus school in Pasadena and among the children appearing fare Dorothy Russell and Tim Hawkins, six year old scholars from Holy Family Parish, Glen- dale. Neither had ever played in a film before. Ingrid Bergman, this year's Academy winning actress, when invited to play the principal Nun role, Sister Benedict, insisted that since she is a Lutheran and had never made a close study of con- vent life, ,-m must do so before at- tempting the part which she con- siders the most beautiful in her whole screen career. So Miss Bergman was received into a Los Angeles convent for several days where she was specially coached and advised by a Sister of the Holy Cross who a!so was invited by producer-di- rector McCarey to "doctor" situa- tions and lines in the screenplay to "make them ring true". The result, already seen on the screen by this writer, is a won- derful sensitive and deeply hu- man portrayal of a teaching Sis- ter. There is throughout "The Bells of St. Mary's" no trace of the theatrical treatment usually giv- en stage and screen stories deal- ing with the Sisterhood. By William H. Mooring , A surprising number of the Catholic characters in Leo MeCarey's new screenplay "The Bells of St. Mary's" which RKO will release this fall, were played by practical Catholics. Their ability rather thn their convictions led to the choe but they all derived special happiness from landing roles in this story Three Talks By Wm. Hard Scheduled For Catholic Hour Washington. (E)--Three addres- ses by William Hard, roving edi- tor of Readers' Digest, have been scheduled by the Catholic Hour radio program in the current series on "Peace and the Post- War World," by outstanding Ca- tholic laymen, it has been an- nounced here by the National Council of Catholic Men, producer of the program. Mr. Hard will follow Thomas F. Woodlock, editor, author and critic, who will speak on July 8 on "The Religious Basis of Demo- cracy." Mr. Hard's topic will be "Truth Shall Rise From the Earth," July 15; "Justice Has Looked Down From Heaven," July 22, and "Justice and Peace Have Kissed Each Other," July 29. The Catholic Hour is broadcast na- tionally over the facilities of the National Broadcasting Company. Plumbing And Heating . REPAIR SPECIALIST r GEO. M. WOODS Call Z-334$ Little Rock ill II lI II It I , HIMSTEDT Plumb,ng & Heating Company 'Killed in Action' Stationed in Manila at the begin- ning of the war, Army Chaplain James Walter O'Brien (above). was one of 1,700 prisoners of war aboard a Japanese ship sunk off the coast of China. October 24,! 1944. according to word just an- 1 nounced by the War Department.] Father O'Brien was formerly as- I sistant pastor at Five Woundsj parish, San Jose, Calif.z (NC Photos), 'Adventures In Grace' Selected By Book Club : New York. (E)--The Catholic Book Club has announced that its selection for July is "Adventures in Grace," by Mme. Raissa Mari- tain, wife of the French philo- sopher and Ambassador to the Holy See. The work concerns Madame's conversion and the conversion of [riends of her husband and her- self, including Charles Peguy and Ernest Psichari, grandson of the apostate Renan. The Book Club's choice for the month of June was "Too Small A World," by Theodore Maynard, which deals with Mother Cabrini qnd her roUnd=Lion. -- - i iiiii STANDARD ICE COMPANY of Arkansas UtUe Rock No. Llttie Roe& Cabot Brlnkley Beebe Pine. Blu DeVldls Blu.f/ iii ____ iiiii 118 ii iii . BILL $CHMIDT AUTO-PARTS & TIRE CO. . PARTS FOR ALL CARS Ik Vulcanizing . Retreadln8 II8-15 Towson Ave. DLSl 14 Fort Smith, Ark Serving Little Rock For More - Thau 20 Years Inllallalon and Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING $$1 West Capitol Phone g155 Little ReelL Arkmmas Re]lable---Satiory PHON 8178 t i ,i f AAA AAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAA *lk 1 ',Home lergyWe00r" i Reasonable Prices , 4 k , EUI3100=SCOTT + i: P mcoam0000 : ,,,--,-- s-- u-g t'