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&apos; Olivetan BenedTctine S0000ters On Staff At St. Bernard's Hospital ..... i iiii!}iii;!i!!i ;: Benedictine Sisters, ose motherhouse is Holy both at Jonesboro, and who care for the sick have the distiuetion of being the inNortheast Arkansas: Sisters on at the hospital are pictured above around the statue which His Excellency blessed at the dedicatory are, reading to right, front row: SisCer M. Edith, % Cardinal Told Pilgrims His Recovery Came Frcm 00ion Of Blessed Mayne i'Eminence Ber. i Griffin has puo-  edged that the in- an English martyr is largely re. his unexpected res- health. il - Archbishop f some 8,000 piL t the shrine of Mayne in the retry town of Laun- he was allowed .to ',kull cf the martyr last year While a very serious ncis J. Grimshaw of him with he made a Cornish persecu- tmurovement done much to Ccirl,, .in' the heavenly great martyr,', ihe who at 53 iS youngest a lad breakdown end of 1950 at- year of engage- the centenary of of the English received the Last the beginning of tf a heart attack. His Surprised everyone, a pictur of robust the Cardinal ap- devotion to mLracles neces- Cuihbert May- "While we way anticipate of the Holy Y.u 1hat it is the f the Hierarchy of Wa:les that the Cuthbert Mayne to Rome so zation maybe con- said. including many from .all the sue- country areas service on great old Nor- as the "Castle days, in which once imprisoned. lined the streets Procession of men, Co. GIfOCII'S d LILY Arkamm, women and children followed the martyrls own route to execution in the town's market square. Four priests carried the marl tyr's skull  still showing the mark of a pike blow--on a flow. er.garlanc:e5 bier to the Church of the English Martyrs. Benedic- tion was given outside the church. Blessed Cuthbert was a minis- tar of the newly - established Church of England. But during his studies at Oxford he came un- der the influence of nother great English rrartyr, Edmund Cam- pi.,n. Following correspondence with him he fled to France. There he was received into the Church and eventually ordained. He returned to Engand secret- ly and worked underground throughout Devonshire and Corn- wall until he was betrayed, thrown into the dungeon of : Lvnceston Castle for three monlhs 0rd. then dragged to the .vai!v.kPt <square : f_r: martyrdom. :: : ACTU Calls On NEATo State View On Charge i Gary, Ind. (lOaThe Association ot Catholic Trade Unionists has called on the National Education Assoclatmn "to clearly state whether it supports the charge tbat the 'parochial school system is a divisive force in the educa- tion of American yonth'. "Oploonents of re'glous educa- tion. in particular of parochial schools, have apparently decided to onenly attack the private school system in an attempt to discredit it," the ACTU conven- tion here said in a resolution. "The National Education As- Sister M. Pia, Sister M. Hilda, Rev. Mother M. Perpetua, Sister M. Antonia and Sister M. Martina. Back row: Sister M. Lut- gardis, Sister M. Marc ella, Sister M. Adela, Sister M, Gonzaga, Sister M. Camllle,'Sister M. Mildred, Sister M. Stanislaus. Sis- ter M, Juliana, Sister M. Florentine, Sister M. Thomame, Sister M. Thecla and Sister M. James. < Cou rtcsy of Jonesboro Evening Sun SixMembers Of Hospital Board J:onesboroSix members of the St. Bernard's Hospital Board were present wheil tbe above picture was taken Seated left to right, Alan Patteson, Chairman W. L. Gatz and Charles Frieron. Standing, left to right are Joe Burns, Marvin Melton and Lloyd Rebsamen. i tion in May, 1950he has been under the knife five times in two and a half years  even though bed.ridden and swathed in 50 pounds of plaster. Visitors here for the KSJ's supreme convention here were frankly impressed when they saw Charlie the guiding angel of the I n:eeting, sprinting around to su- pervise arrangements. Except for the hea. during the first two days of the convention, the 4,000-odd delegates and guests agreed there wasn't a single thing to omplain about. Despite his affliction, Charlie Wheel Chair Doesn't Stop Catholic Layman Indianapolis. (E)--Catholic ac- tionist extraordinmy is Charles Mite.hell, president of the newly- chartered Indianapolis chapter of the Kz.ights of St. John. Although confined to a wheel chir for the past ten years, Charlesas everyon cals him-- has a string of activities that would tax the ability and stamina I .'ceiaHon and its constituent and!of any ordinary man. affiliated bodies have recently Besides being pres'dent of the provided forums for such attacks IKS J chapter, he is extremely ac- by Dr. ;h, mes Conant of Harvard five in parish proiccts at Our I and Mrs. Eugene Meyer of the t Lady of Lourdes Church and d: Washington Post." Our Lady of Fatima Council of "Therefore, the convention de- ch, red, it was calling on the di- rectors and officers of the NEA t make the association's posi- tion clear on this point, and also to state its views on parents' rights to control their children's edu- puls in a full day as office man- ager for John Hofer and As- sociates, manufactu er's agents in the ::teel industry. Mean- while he keeps up an avid intec, l es in sports Once the late May- or Al Fccney relinquished his box seat at Victory Field so that Charlie could xvatct: the Indi- napolis Indians. Awarded Bronze Star Washingbn. ) --- The Rev. (Maj.) 'aromas C. Koch, amy chaplain, has keen awarded'the Bronze Stai-Medal .the Depart meat of the Army has here. Yather Koch is a 'Wayne diocesan priest, i : cation. : Bishop.Leo A. Purs]ey, Auxil- i0ry of Fort Wayne. addressed the "convention, which was at. tended by 75 delegates from 15 ACTU chapters throughout :the col,ntrv. Resolutions were adopted urg, ing support of the steelworkerS' strike, asking adoption of a .fair employmerrt practices cal fr establishment, of and credit unions, and family living.saving wage. It is an intention of works to the .Adorable Sacrifice of the Masse always being offered .......... in some part or other of the world. the Knights of Columbus. He was chairman ,of a successful Heart F,md drive olganized by the K. of C. group, and only recently resigned as editor of the Coun- selor, off}cial organ of the Fatima Council, which he founded m 1949 The dynamo on wheels, as some have called him, xaHnquished the editorshil/ sblely because of the: pressure of other commitments. He had continued tr publish the paper after his last major opera. Porter Typewriting & Adding Machine cO! ..... "'.'.:", :':' The Easy Writing Royal : ...... : I ,i] 103 W. Jackson Avenue PHONE 3346 i.i ; :! ' JONESRORO . ! ARKANSAS --,7 THE :LONE STAR CO. A . Herlnger 61i: ':'" ' DealerS {'' i ii (; m .... MOBILGAS AND OliOS" " ::: ii i:: >: f ; Jonesboro : :>"  Arkansas :,i,:  ., .o..'t ' ........ ,U,.,..,_-..._.:. ". '.'. ; .... ,: Four Story Brick Annex, Costing $600,000 Adds00 50 Beds To St. Bernard's Hospital At lonesboro Jonesboro.The dedication of the $600.000 annex to St. Ber. nard's Hospital o.n Wednesday, July 2, climaxed a hospital build- ing program that was begun in Sentembcr. 194q. when a drive for funds was begun with the an- nex in view. Headed by W. L. Gatz, member of the hospital board, as chair- man of the camuaim which was :'concudled two month later wit a total cf apnroximately $335,009 raised i:l cash and pledges, the balance of the funds was suuulied hv the Benedictine Sisters in charge of St. Bernard's Hospital and borrowed from local banks. The original offer of a $200,000 federal grant was finaUy refused because of the red tare involved. The ground was broken f.r the new hospital on July 3, 1950, on the Golden Anniv.l's,arv of the hospital by the Right Rev. Msgr. Johr/ J. Heals. V.G.. Diocesan Di-: rector of Hospitals. The nrincinal address was given by Arthur McCain, formerly of Jenesboro, now president of the Union Planters Bz of Memphis. The civic part of the program at which he snoke began at 7'30 p.m. His ExceHen<y. the Most Reverend Albert L. Fletcher, pre- ceded the civic progr.am with the religious phase of the dedication, beginning with a procession that formed in the chapel of the Hnly Angels Convent and proceeded to the entravce of the lew annex. A new large crucifix was placed in the entravce. The civic lrogram then' foI- lowe:l on the soeakers stand where both His Excellency and Mr, McCain and the Mayor of Jonesboro. the Honorab'e Herbert Bosler addressed tc.e group Mr. Gatz was master of ceremonies. The L & M Construction Com- pany of Memphis were contrac,. ors for te four-story red brick annex w.lffeh auuroximately, r 160 feet long and includes 50 ad- ditional beds All latest equip. r,ent has bn installed in every deportment'and rooms have been .-aned for comfort of the pa- tients. Present'for the dedication' in addition to a large gatherin of nriests and nrel,tes was the Rtht Reverend Pau M. Nahlen. O.S.B., Abbot of Subiae Abbey, Subiaco, Arkansas. , , .f,. ",. ,. The new $800,000 annex to St. Bernerd's Hospital at Jonesboro. operated by the' OltviiBene- , dictine Sisters is shown above on the right far 'baekground, The main structure pictur, el};!!! the. ; foreground was erected in 1900. ,,: ,,. ,I Knights of Columbus State Council News Court R,,les Aeai.,t Widow In BUrlS1 Denied B J. P. Reynold Officer of subordinate coun- cils must take office July 1st, with or without instllation. It is always more impressive, how- ever. to be duly installed, and it is most important that a good at- tendance be had at such eere- monies, in order to impress the officers, for at the very beginning I of their term, that the members' are with them and are willing and anxious to do their part in stimulating activities in the coun- cil. Someone said. I tbik it might have been Barnum, "Praise me if you honestly can, criticize me if ou m,,t b,,t e..-- the love of Mike don,t ignore me." Even the Go!od Lord, Who suf- fered so much in silence, cried out when He felt abandoned, "My Lord, why has thou for- sake me." Nothing is more discouraging to your new officer than to feel that they have been ignored and abandoned by the members c,f their council. It kills their initia- Sionx City, Iowa. (E)--A suit stemming from a cemetery's re- fusal to permit burial of an In. dian GT kiUed in the Korean war has brovght a ruUn that di- criminatlon by a privately-owned cemetery is "not a matter of uublic policy." The vndov of Sergt. John R. Rice. a Winnebago, had brought a $180,000 damage suit agalnw . t:be cemetery. Sergeant Rice eventu]b: <was buried in Arling. ton Natiohal Cemetery 'last faT1 with President 'uman's ov:n tire, it dampens their enthusiasm, bnor guard taking, part. A priest and meetingS become monotonous Chaptain,,fficiated at the funeral, routine. As attendance gradual- : Att0rngy$"'f0r Mrs. Rice, who, ly dwindles deterioration surely is not a Catholic sld they wouPl sets in, Until the life of the court- appeal the decision by Distrtct cil is hardly discerable. Judge Ra]oh Crary to the Iowa r Unity is one of the principles of Sulreme Court. I our Order, and its power has Sreant Rice served 44 months =,>_:=_::=======__==:==_==__==_= in the Pacific during World War II. His decorations included 'he Do Canale& Co. Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge, and Asiatic Theatre Rib- bon with four battle stars. I We need not assume that we are as bad as our impulses woudl lead us to believe. We must re., member that the law of God' and the 'law of the members' arc brought more nearly to the notice I of the soul when Go<l is calling I it to sacrifice. Our instinctive "No" canby the Grace of God I be translated into reflective "Yes". True humility is true dignity. The House of a HUNDRED FRUITS Wholesalers and Importers @ West Memphis s Jonesboro Newport DUPWE FUNERAL HOME D. Raymond Dupw'e, Mgr. Corner Main and Oak Phone 5513 Jonesboro, Arkansas As F'me Greases As They PAN-AM Gasoline Come. . . ,::.. tar Oil . -.+ ..... C. C. IiHOWELL ..... .iX.N:AMERICA,: pgiROL EU M CORP Jonesbor0 ":'" ..... :"- i:(. Arkansas .q . 6mpllments been demonstrated to us at the very beginning of our membec- ship'in the Knights cf Columbus, so that we might realize that our good will. determination 0nd best efrforts are absolutely necessary for the success of our council; that we must unite without broth. ers, in purpose and in action for a -,,,'o that must be near and dear to us. If we tn]y had the enthusiasm of c0mmnnists who constantly work and gladly sacrifice to tear dnur n .',I +h ' r'eble attibutes that contributed so much to the advaneen, ent of civilization, cul- ture and justice among men in accordance with the moral teach- ings of true religion, Columbian- ism would grow and prosper and charity and fraternity would characterize the Knights in their relations with others, especially those of the household. S Franelsean Sentenced To Prison by Tito Vienna (E) -.- Five Franciscan priests have' been sentenced ,o ]ou arisen terrr,. foP0wing their "conviction" of "ceunter.revoh- tion-ary activihes" by a Tito omrt in Mostar, Bosna. " i, The oriests were accused having "forged' certain state documents to bring about the re- lease from prison cl a number of other priests who had previ,usly: been sentenced as "clef'ice-fascist war criminals." The visible is the spoor of the Invisible.--Bloy. MERCA Jonesboro Motorcade,.Takes Men 2700! Ni'iies , To Retreat00 ''" :!) lilf[ h St. Leo, Fla. (E)-&.:motor. -ade carried OV}"i:!undred ,er 275 mi.les frpl..Mlamt to : St. Lad's Abbey, heffor a re: ;treat. PoltcO: escorted the t motoie'de thofh 'ea:ch Flor- . , '4 , $ i ' t,da city an. Xoutl ..) .t.'. A,.bb o:t .Jan#i.s !Sl'e[, O.S.B., ;made.,,:tbq. stUde'nts t: n . n ere ar i'  and .the Abbey,....iG.rch as 1 uSed for Confereflq nd seT., vices ; ,), i .... The Florida.,_,s . Re- treat I,e,gue sponserbthe re- i treat. ,, '.: ,. ! ,, l') i I It i t 2636': ..::.,,", , Henry.::_ Fran00 ' Dealer, ,in .....  .. /l .; , Hardware, From, and Home..Su.pl,. . ' I H Hou ::, ' ' ,' ,. ,.;e,;!i'4 : .., Joneboro,. ,.., i:,ila.kansa: ,.. . i ( '.i ;:l'q,, ; '' ..... . ,' MEMBER F,D l,C,.. :' ..... 'kan i nder/0at# 'Needed I Olba'minl Wh.lte,,,,IO teaatliul Colorll ,' !.EMGL0 ri".i " HI MIRACLE LUSTRE iHAMii. 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