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The bridal couple left RockMr. and Mrs. A nberger, 410 West 21st. h Little Rock, returned !erson Barracks, Me., ac- by their son, Cpl. Rob- Landenberger, who had It the station hospital. He his discharge from the tr 39 months overseas. reign as quee r._ _ __ for a wedding trip at St Louis escort will l cnsz!.'reeY es  after which they will be at home cK--w,ss nemn eeves - ,er four non v- "; ........ m Albany, N. Y. ,,. ....... ., am s 'armn oecame m n" ends the l zchael Denosky of Al- _.--- ....... -- . Y, at a Nuptial Mass, Wanted--Catholic girl or woman . _{ ao-ning with Rev. Da- to work in Catholic home for sev- :mrq;:rlnda  ewers, O.S.B, assistant r mnthsF For particulars, ] tfieiating. te: Mrs. eltx Balmaz, 1616 Marie  ride, who was given in Sims St., Conway, Ark. ewis, isst  by her brother, Howard ,ass: ma sVre a gown of white , . , . , . , . , . . . , . . . . .asy toe Rh veil of illusion. She!. Accountant * l; ins::7$  Prayerbook topped with :. Wishes part tlme accounting* ny and Annett ndants were Miss Ethel : work. Payroll and Tax pap- * msored by tbtof Little Rock and Mrs. era prepared Phone 2-1654 * Mary Ann ailey of Conway. They '* * * *,* * * * *"* * * * * * * * * patrmia o C0K, ca 1 gowns of satin and " roc,m sP%te in blue and pink, and IV.ANTr.,-c,-:d! c! of Iooks n . mma ..hand bouquets of carna= Ire k,.e:, ,)., i,::'--:h,c I)ass. Ser- eaoy an-: [vice includes all tax returns. Tele- ) Jean c..u_l Lienhart of Morrilton I phone 4-0097, Evenings 4-4539. ana 'earuI  - ..... by the grade _ 00:ILR A N G E B U T T R U ...... . jvse le-Known Fact, o, Catholics M. Massianl jAy -For their ] ,ch interneeSI. ---i: ons in Get!'2  ,, ,,##,ii:  ., '] bers of the "l:7i," :ii. i'i! :roup, were it. i.,,; : , : : roans in Bet ';,]..-' ;<. them later di '"' .... Lined here. . t=::,. closely with oth the : res/st '. ts, the )art will be )trice to monld Smith Seeks Teachers Holds For China, In Book Week United States [,ith.--The Immaculate Washington. :) -- There are ,a. $chool observed Ca- about 100.000 Catholics in the k week in various ways. Szechwan Province in West China k tbgrade wrote brief re- and only two Catholic high . ]lrought into their lend- schools, the Rev. Thaddeus Yang, |iwY+ over thirty books. The O S.B., said in a press interview t,, seventh graders also here, pointing out the dire need  |e contribution to their for Catholic institutions of higher .... [ securing books of all education in that part of China. JaY posters, which were Father Yang has been touring the ..,t Neff Brogan, Mary United States for the past few SYMBOLlV'bara Hurley and Curule months endeavoring to enlist the .... Vlflk,'% decorated the room ervices of young American Bene- .llC're.mo.':aYtshr,L_, e of books, posters, dictines to teach at a new institute hoa# t ". nd pamphlets was of culture "' to be established in ,l: oY the eighth grade. Chengtu, China He will return ffeports of" the pupils to China soon. MORIA qL : 'yh,theauthorsclass andAfter a t " Chengtu is a stronghold of Bud- {e'/c th.eir dhism, Father Yang said, though " :. st wa.s nero m wmcn two Protestant universities have , "' oz m.e mass parn- been established there in recent e winners were, ert r ..... years." Father Yang is a cony , ) z, ana .:velyn uuerr ...... 'h' ...... ': from Buddhlsm and hls parents ;, 1aCc, l:?'a a e miKl'rdmiliv:aKers an 3 and eleven of his brothers and "v .... ga ....... sisters are still faithful disciples ' --]it' -,e uanollC Aumors. . it' ,, . of Buddha, he sad. He entered __,iienOn The Readmg of the Church while a student of I v ramre was gwen oy f y$ ON I: R j' ......... diplomacy at the University o vetoer ]n wmcn sne z he . ....... Louvain. Bel'um. He ioined t fl ,ullC OOOKS are wmtzen " - will be s] clt"  ..... Benedictine Order in 192"7 and was ;e who clo ..lic3ihr, paganaa aoou ordained in 1932. Two of his t a "' :" younger brothers are also converts. .... :,:,.o F:" cuwies were con- . _ .JKthl  plIS unaerstooa more . * 1 & ". ple-- l"ernportance of reading I lnterraclal amity $! iterature. American toP. , November 11-17 was lAward Goes To Bp. [achlne . 1: d throughout the en-lAnd Labor Leader rate Room- ,0,......, I New York. (E)--Solicitor-Gener- ...... I 0 [al J. Howard McGrath will make 1 uuu , . oeason [the presentation of the first an- i..i _ j$1@ . ,nual Monsignor John A. Ryan ,atLlS arc  :': alestrma Award to Bishop Bernard J. Shiel al. For [at a I,., of Chicago and to Philip Murray, .') k'& (__-'J.L I president of the CIO, at a dinner s write to a L. .II]ILII _ . k , Ibeing given by the Committee of ;12, Fapi'.th.  The Palestrina Catholics for Human Rights at the l ' Scholastica Academy [ Hey1 Roosevelt on Wednesday, hannm, .... +), ,n.. /Nov%mber 28, it was announced --e2gae .  e c r iiouay oy ur ..mmanuel unapman, ........ ,.:.l)r _ m_nt.. Th u - , . . to be a full and ,c.a,rman @A,,= ] tlSical *eat I The award, to be presented an- . . '.,l,  Program was g,ven /nually to the Catholic clergyman rids ISSUCG v  UVe .... j tuber 18, at the /and the Catholic layman who have ,'-,',',;,-,-ee r7 Under the direction /done most to further interracial "_" .... ,n.Julia, OS.B. [amity and human rigl'ets in this st Kevo',,ll'z the Palestrina Choir [country, will be in the form of a f Ma Y@ k.t' s: Victoria Worden, Iplaque designed by Richmond " 1".'" , +jlLIOse Tremor, Harriet /Barthe, noted Negro sculptor. XZ# I, :/kjvaride, Rosemary Ed- IMsgr..Ryan, in whose honor it is ..... "'Al_t.Yn Wahl, Joan Bauer, nmed, was a member of the -t-Alfd ],+',.'[Ch, Vivian Shelton, Committee's executzve board un- "+ +*+ .+.l+>_.PStenberg,al=m K1, Anti,alia til his death in September J'^.. ein, Peggy c ..... __..t:e Carpenter, Mary I have been driven to my knees .oerg, Viola Klein, many times by the overwhelming :l.er, Josepha Edel- conviction that I had rowhere else '/,s panke. Alice Hill, to go. My own wisdom and that -, i'.ers, Rose Catherine of all about me, seemed insuf- +'l' tty Jean Yogi,. and ficient for the day.--Abraham Lin- J ellers, accompanist, coln. T rill IIIll irfllflll 11 Ill I I I I HOLY SEPULCHRE DOME MAY COLLAPSE I tCollapse of the dome of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem is feared as new cracks appeared in the mpporting masonry. Fissures in the vaulting are constantly widening and a scaffolding has been placed around it in .an effort "to support the weakening structure. Technical difficulties pos[po .... I general repair work following a survey made by experts In 1934. In 1927 the church suffered seveze damage in an earthquake. (NC Photos) Greater St. An,rew's Ma::ses on Sunday at the Cathe- dral are at 6, 7, 9, 10 and 11:00. At Holy Souls' Chapel Masses are at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock. Sunday night there will be a No- vena in honor of Our Lady of the .VIiraculous Medal followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed acrament 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 to 8:00 and 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 0e held at the Cathedral Rectory, 802 Center St., Tuesday evening at 7:45, or any other night dur- ing the week (except Wednesday or Saturday night) by appoint- tlent. St. Edward's Sunday services: Masses, 5:30, 7:00, 8:30 High Mass and Exposi- tion of the Blessed Sacrament for 40 Hours Devotion, 11:00 Low Mass. The St. Joseph Society and the Holy Name Society and all men of the Parish are invited to receive Holy Communion, in the 7:00 Mass. The men are to gather to Little Rcck Activities every Tuesday morning after the 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock Masses. Eucharistic and Little Flower No- I vena takes place every Friday night at 7:30 o'clock. The Way of the Cross will be bold Friday night at 7:30 o'clock l for the Holy Souls, followed by the usual Novena and Benediction. ' A food shower will be given the i Geod Counsel Sisters on Tuesday afternoon at3:30 o'clock, spon- sored by the Good Counsel P.T.A. The weekly social held this Fri- day night, November 23, will be in charge of St. Anthony Sodality. Activities begin at 8:15 o'clock. St. Patrick's  I North Little Rock Masses on 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. Devotions Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Instructions in the rectory at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening. Masses on Thanksgiving Day at 7 and 8 o'clock. ,Benediction will follow the { o'clock Mass. Confessions Will be heard Wed- nesday, afternoon from 4 until 5 o'clock Catholic Schools Called China's i ;erusalem Sepulchre Dome Threaten To i Collapse Says Press Rome. ()--(Radio) .--Collapse of the dome ot thc Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalcm is feared beqause of new cracks which have appeared in the supporting masonry, the local press reports, The building is now all but completely marred by a scaffolding placed around it in support of the weakening struc- ture. The walls are 'giving way noticeably and the fissures in the wmlting are constantly widening. Studies are now under way to save ]the sacred structure, if possible. In connection with these reports it is recalled that a number of years ago Great Britain as the mandatory power commissioned the architect William Harvey with the task of restoring a minor dome, called "Katholikon," but he soon found himseLf faced with so many technical difficulties that the project was postponed pend- ing more fav)rable times Similar difficulties were experienced in other restoration plans, both by the Catholic and the Schismatic churches OBITUARY Jerome B. Tankersley, Sr. Roanoke, Va.--Jerome B. Tank- ersley, Sr., 65, manager of the telegraph office in the Norfolk and Western Railroad general offices here for nearly 25 years, died Thursday, October 25 at his home at the School at 6:45 and march the church with banners and badges. Novena of the Sacred Heart at 3:00 Sunday afternoon. Weekday services: Daily Mas- ses at 6:30 and 8:00 a.m. Novena of Our Lady of Per- petual Help Tuesday, 7:30 p.m., followed by a social for the en- tertainment of members and neighbors sponsored by Circle No. 11. Friday at 7:30 p.m., will be ser- vices for the Poor Souls, with Benediction of the Blessed Sacra- ment. 40 Hours Devotion will be con- tinued Monday and Tuesday and closed Tuesday with the Tuesday night Novena Good Counsel The Gee Cee Club will receive Holy Communion on Sunday, No- vember 25, at the 7:00 o'clock Mass. The monthly meeting will be held Tuesday night, November 27, at 8:00 o'clock in Good Coun- sel Hall. Miss Lillian Summers, president, will preside. A social will follow Novena to St. Anthony is held 'Uncles George And Malachy Returning To Radio Program Washmgton {E)--"Uncles Georg and Malachy" are coming back to the nation's Sunday morning air- ways. The National Council of Catholic Men, producer of the Hour of Faith program, broadcast by the American Broadcasting Company, announces that Father Urban Nagle, O.P., editor of the Holy Name Journal, will return to the program with his fictitious uncles for a series throughout Lent and on Easter Sunday. It is also announced that Father Vincent Holden, C.S.P., director of the Paulist Information Center, New York, will be the speaker during January, and Father Tim othy, Mulvey, O.M.I., distinguished preacher and radio dramatist, will be heard during February and on the first Sunday of March. ili ili ,, sTANDARD] iCE COMPANY[ Little Rek No. Utt]e k'l t Srlney + ,, l Pine ,Bltf  DeValll BJutl | i i iili I i" ' W G'--A' i'A--4 IIAAJ 705 Laburnum Ave Raleigh Court, J[-q:LLqZbL l'l after a brief illness. Birminaham. Ala   The Mr. Tankexsley, eteran of near- greatest eed of the China mis- !y54 years ofra/lway service be- siena in the years to come is ban his career with" " th he C esa- schools, the Rev. Nicholas Sch- peake and Ohio Railroad as mes- neiders, C.P., Chipa missionary senger in 1892. He joined the for 16 years, said in an interview Nor/elk and Western in 1902 as here. telegraph overator and was pro- Father Schneiders spent 14 meted, to manager of the depart- men in llgl years of his priestly life in the : . . Netherlands and 15 years in this  urvzving are nis widow, vns. country before going to China. uatherine Heazel Tankersley, two His mission work was in the sons and two daughters. Yuanling Vicariate, Hunan Pro- Interment was in St. Andrew's since, where he intends to return Cemetery,following a Requiem to start "from scratch again," he High Mass by Rev. T. B. Martin says (Editors Note.Mr. Tankersley "More than anything else," Fa- will be remembered by many men ther Schneiders said, "China needs who made retreats at St. John's education not merely in the three Semlnary in Little Rock before R's but especially in the fourth the war. He would return to IAt- R--religion." Stating that there tle Reel, each year to make his was never greater opportunity retreat here.) than today for the spread of the Faith in China, Father Schneiders  ' q. added that "this opportunity will I| ] be lost unless the Church is en- m / abled to build and maintain more II * I Catholic schools." ' m .. l jllll IN Hegarty ! taalo oervlce Ill | m and I iI 4th and Mmln Sis. l Sales - Repairing m l n ! I . * * * ' II I Phone 9111 I l Fehx Meuwley I I i Phone 2-3764 i i m I 721E. gth LittleRock, Ark.  k ? LET US PLANT YOUR SHRUBBERY NOW 1 | We have a complete line of HOME GROWN i | EVERGREENS and FLOWERING SHRUBBERY i ] He P. LOVE , : Nursery and Landscape Co. i ]t 1416 W. 13th Phone 2-3800 LITtlE ROCK, ARKANSAS ) "Home for Clergy Wear" Reasonable Prices I i Seminary Marks Newman Conversion (en(ennial By Library Symposium A Newman symposium has beert :the shadows lengthen and the arranged by the seminary librar-ievening comes, and the busy world fans to mark the centennial an-[is hushed, and the fever of llfe, niversary of Cardinal Newman's land my work is done. Then to conversion to the Catholic Church. i Thy mercy, grant a safe lodging All of the famous works of the and a quiet rest and peace at last. great convert are on display in the ',Amen." seminpry library. The exhibit also I The Librarians who prepared includes a portrait of Cardinal the symposium are: Rev. Mr. Newman which was donated  to IAnrew J. Gonda, J. W. Burdsall the seminary library several years land W. M. Phelan. ago by Miss Rose Lafferty. It was  at this time that the Newman Li b- I New, .Christmas Play rary Collection was presented to ] The Genesians of Morris Hail the seminary.library. . ' . lwill soon begin rehearsals of a Cardinal Newman is one of the new play to be presented a few most fascinating personalities with whom the seminarian becomes ad- quainted during his course:'of studies. The seminarian 'first meets the saintly cardinal while: studying the history of the church in England. This eminent figure slands out as one of the most im- )ortant in the history of that c)untry. He was ordained to the Anglican ministry in the year 1824 "md was regarded as one o the great inteIIectuals of his day.: It was not until his famous Trac XC was published did it become evident that his eyes were upon the "Dome of Saint Peter's in the distance." On October 9, 185, the Oxfordian theologians, as man .of striking appearance and gentle :mein," was received into the Ca: i lholic Church by the Roy. Doi-ninic Barberi, C.S.P., one of several Italian Passionist missionaries' Who at that time were laboring for the rebirth of the church in Eng- land. John Henry Newman was ordained a uriest'in the yar 1846 in Rome. The new life of the illustrious convert was difficult and full of disappointments and it was not until the year 1879, when rpope Leo XIII created him Cardinal Deacon of tha Title of St. George, that his success was uniVersally' acclaimed. The seminarian again meets Cardinal Newman in a study of English Literature In this field of study the seminarian learns that the cardinal was an immense- ly voluminous writer and the mas- ter of English prose. Great among his works is "Second Spring," a sermon delivered on the occasion of the first Provincial Synod of Westminister in St. Mary's Col- lege, Oscott. This particular work is the object of earnest study and deep dmiration of* the part of every seminarian. The hymn, "The Pillar and the Cloud," popularly known under the "Lead Kindly Light," was written by the cardinal. days before Christmas. The pro- 2uctidh will be an adaptation of *'A.:Child Is Born", a Christmas story by Stephen Vincent Benet. The  Rev. Patrick MY Lynch will supervise the production and John P. Collins will be student director. :The presentation of Dicken's Christmas Carol which for so many years has been a Christmas tradition, will not be given. Everyone expresses the wish that the new presentation will furnish l an even greater contribution to {the Christmas spirit at the semi- nary. Gargoyles In First Place The Gargoyles plunged out into firstplace in the major seminary football league when the defeated 'h " Y !t eir closest rivals, the Lepre- I chauns, 12-0 in the last of three [games played during the week of Nov. 12th. Prior to this game ,he Leprechauns were undefeated. The Leprechauns did manage to register four first downs along side the five made by the Gargoyles who failed to show their superior- ity until near the close of the first half when Captain "Tex" Cooney flipped a pass to Jim Whalen. The line men on the Leirechaun team gave the Gar- goyles plently of trouble .Sturdy Leo Riedmueller kept plunging in on the passers but Cooney did suc- ceed in flipping another to Bill Sheerin in the end zone. J. Doyle and B. Malone refereed the game. Earlier in the week the Lepre- chauns were more successful in pushing the "Spooks" back in the league standing with a 13-6 de- feat. The wet field proved a handicap to the Spooks who wer rather easily sidestepped by the fast moving Leprechauns The losing team scored their single touchdown when Frank McCarthy passed a short one to Joe Ender- lin close to the goal line. Leo Riedmueller moved in on a fum- ble and scored the first' one for the Leprechauns and Johnny ] Featured in the exhibit at the Kordsmeier kidnapped the second seminary is a copy of "Dream of one way back in the end zone. Gerontius" by Cardinal Newman. Tommy Stauder did the passing. The volumne is one of five hun- Kordsmeier's position in the end 'dred and twenty-five printed by ,ne e.ereesZ'nerC'aused asbrieftev dispute but Longmans, Green and Co (Lon- e Boyle a0d " Cooney waved a touchdown Ever don) m the year 1909. Included . .. " this volume is a complel since mat play was called Steve facsimile of the original fair copy SB yle ohas been known as "Honest" and of portions of the first rough y e. A few minutes after that play occurred Steve ave u draft and it also contains an up- his "" g P h r oth r posztmn as referee and went to preciation by the hut o . An e _ play on the Leprechaun Team as object of particular interest in the ............ collection is an exquisite etching a, suostztuze.zor USDy._we nave of the "Oriel Fathers" in /,hich is azways wanzea o see  game in .+ portrayed an exceptionally true See SEMINARY on page 7 likeness of Cardinal Newman. A _ ,,,- beautiful framed prayer written .:--:::'=:':"':'##:" " by the cardinal during the latter  t'arsel's part o his life is in the exhibit. ( Model "" " AwPlaaoll It is reprinted here for the bene- | and S" -flu ] fit of The Guardian readers: : . "" "Lord support me all the day | I | long of this troublous life, until t  t --'DR. ANNIE M. BREMYER [ |  "'- ] [ 1 Cblroprlolor It w. 1 I I1 Pathometrle I ! P. R s e --. s ] I I1 Precision I  81e W, L'pIto| Uttl* Rock i ! I Zte Nurse I _ [ [] Phone .zss I - 1 14 yerl Exper. I/am/,....o,.+ II HIMSTEDT I ' I1 ,+0 E. 9tK I i ........ 1 ,,..,,, .,.0k. *,k.  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