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7!: !i m , .... ,, .... m__ " Palestrina Choir To Broadcast i .................... V--- .... t ]arKansan [n rraly {1 r't r) Offida/" Catholic 00'.rectory. 1 i Finds Southern Hunters v., .- o. O,o00e,e Of L,,le Ro00k IPages 165-168 at the corner of Louisiana and ing Into Their Own By Pot. Tom Newton Formerly Little Rock Now Italian Theatre Somewhere in Italy.--The squirrel hunters from Arkansas and southern states are "coming into their own" in the war in Europe. Except for a strip along each coast, Italy is very mountainous :With few roads and many winding donkey trails. The fighting has been, and is at the present time, conducted in some peaks that would the Ozarks look like a few hills. it is difficult to trans- heavy equipment in this type terrain. Quite often the only lens available for use are the that a man can carry on his There are many places where a jeep cannot go and when army jeep fails to negotiate a of terrain, you can bet your ast dollar that the going is plenty Just shooting close to the Ger- doesn't run them off. It is to register hits and of them--and that is where squirrel hunters enter the pic- boys from the forks of creek that have the natural )ility that enables them to knock a squirrel's eye at 200 yards. are using that natural abil- very successfully against the They just take a shot here a shot there, knocking off the one by one. army's many rapid fire weapons are invaluable at times, but regardless of whether you are shooting Nazis in Italy, squirrels in the White River bottoms, or hunting ducks near Stuttgart, the fact still remains that one well- aimed shot is worth half a dozen hurried ones. Yes, as long as the fighting is in the mountains, aluminum will rate only second in the list of important things that Arkansas is ontributing to the war effort. Fire At Famous Shrine Ste. Anne de Beaupre, Qe. (E) While making his rounds, the watchman discovered a small fire in the famous Basilica shrine here at 3 a. m. a few days ago. The fire was discovered at a side altar, that of St. Alphonsus, which is of wooden construction. Firemen were called and they succeeded in extinguishing the fire before, any serious damage was done. It] is believed the fire was caused by the breaking of an altar lamp. TO HEAR MASS 00WHEREo [.o Ch..h. M .... n Sund.y ,t 8:8b Lent, umlay evening Services will ,v][ 10:80 o'clock, bb at 8:00 P.M. L,ARKADE.LPHIA.- Henderson .State Our Lady ul Gocd Counsel Church. "'vU.ege. mass on unuays ann zlolyaays Sunday Masses at :00, 9:00 and IO:S0 o'clock. 10:80 o'clock; weekday Masses at &TKINS.---Church o| the Assumption. 6:30, 7:80 and 8-80 o'clock' Holy t'sr, s on the Ist, 2nd and 4th Sundays days at 6:00. 7:80"and 0:00 o'clock. rAL $ 8:00 o'clock, on the 8rd and 5th days at 8:00 and 1O:00 o'clock. D KNOB--St. Richard's Church. Jtss on the 2nd and 4th Sundays at tBATFVILL.--.Our Lady g| the Blot- ZN Sacrament Church. Mass on 1st, 8rd d 5fh Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; 2nd  4th Sundays at 10:80; holy days at t00 o'clock. lAUXITE.--4ommunlty House. Mass "lWery Sunday at 7:00 o'clock. &ANTON.- Court room o| Saline __Unty Courthouse. Mass every Sun- JY at 0:00 o'clock. Mass every Sun- |Y at the State Hospital at 10:30 , itck. .:BIGELOW.---St. Ann's Church. Mass [ the 2nd Sunday at 0:00 o'clock and t  the 4th Sunday at 11:00 o'clock; ltY Days at 9:00 o'clock. ,RINKLEY.- St. John's Church. :'Jtss on 1st and 8rd Sundays at 8:80;  4th and 5th Sundays at 10:00 I0000DEN--00t Laoi. Church Sun ,Y Masses a 7 :SO and 9 :$0 o'Clock. CARLISLE.--St. Rose Church. Mass 1.. Sunday at 9:90 o'clock. 8',ENTER RIDGE.  St. Joseph's :[trch. Mas every Sunday at 8:00 and lt[i0 0 o'clock. / . CHARLESTON---Sacred Heart Church. ,tss every Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 tlqtlock "OAi, HILL.St. Matthew's Church. 'tass on the 2nd and 5th Sunday at ;:3 0 o'clock. ONWAY.  St. Joseph's Church. id'tllsscs on Sunday at 5:30, 7:30 and do'cloc k. i ' -. 70000R^WFORDSVILLE- Sacred Heart 4:flrch. Mass on the 1st Sundays at i0; 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:30 lOck. :'bIDARDAN/ELLE,Mass on the fat ltlday at I0:00 o'clock. fSbeQUEEN.  St. Barbara's Church. l!ss on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays i;hl0:30 o'clock and on the 2nd and l'h Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. . e.bRRMOTT.- St. Mary's Munlctpa: [.sIital. Mass on Sundays and Holy- ts at :0; Weekdays at :I0 o'clock IDsVALLS BLUFF.  St. Elizabeth's ltlrch. Mass on 1st and 8rd Sundays 10:00' 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. IXIE:---St. Boniface'a Church. Mass " the 1st, 2nd and 5th Sundays at :00 o'clock and on the 8rd and 4th Illdays at 9:00 o'clock; Holy Days at [l00 o'clock. L DORADO.  Holy Redeemer |Jreh. Masses on Sundays at 7:80 :[1- 10:00 o'clock; Holy Days at 7:00 {. 9:00 o'clock and First Friday's at ill0 o'clock. . AYETTEVILLE--t. Joseph s Church. ",S on Sundays at 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 .,"'la0ck; weekdays at 7:00; Holydays at 7:09; First Fridays at 7:00 I-RkMAN.--Massea on I st, 3rd and 00u.days ut 8:00 o'o,ock and on the  :r#.d th S.ndays a 10:30 o'clock. [.{)RREST CITY. St. Francis Church. i.ss on 1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays of the; at 10:80; on 2nd and 4th Sundays / :00 o'clock ; holy days at 7:00 o'clock ; k days a 8:16 o'clock. FORT SMITH |' St. Boniface.Masses on Sundays | at 6:00 7:45, 9:80 and 11:00 i o clock. Mdsses on Holy Days at i 3:80 7"00 and 8:30 o'clock. fltilLLE:rT "- St. Anne's Church. Mass ]#,the 8rd'and 5th Sundays at 10:30 ADY.--Blessed Sacrament Church. YAs on 4th Sunday of the month at v o'clock. MBURfi. St. Alphonsus Church. Is on the last Sunday of the month lilly e:00 o'clock. L.'. Church Mass |IIIL the 2nd 4th and 5t] Sundays at t!:]IP o'eh, ck: ELENA.  St. Mary's Church. Mass ! y Sunday at 7:30 and 10100 o'clock. /i . HOT SPRINGS :St. John s Church. Sunday Masses tt 6:00, 8:00 and 10:30 o'clock. -,|:t. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses / ' at 8:00 and 10'30 o'clock" Holy Days l/i |  Of Obligation "at 7:80 'and 9:00 I[/[[I | 0clock. weekday Mass at 7'30 iiIiii.cloek.' l"(IHEs.--Sycamore Bend_ Mass on idldand 5th Sundays at 11:00 o'clock. ?SBORO.- Blessed Sacramant Sunday Masses at 8:09 and ". o'clock; Weekdays at 7:30 and ?, O'clock. ;g VILLAGE.---St. Mary'. of The _A*IP'JI= Unureh , Masses on Sundays and ' " da " '.LI'u" at 8:00 and I0:00 oelock. aft WIDGE. St. Francis' Church. : !-; :c,ethkea2$to:nhe5 hrd SdaY; at:at LITTLE ROCK Andrew's Cathedral.Low Mas- at 6:00, 7:00, 9:00 and 10:00 oek with High Mass at I1:00 ek, Holy Days at 6:80, 7:30, and 12:05 noon o'clock. Week- at 7:00 and 8:00 o'clock; First at 6:00, 7:00 and 8:00 with Benediction following s 8:00 o'clock Mass. Confessions .. Preceding Thursday from 4 to |,P,l. and from 7"80 to 8"80 P M , . , . :' Edwards Church.Massea on daya and Holy Days at 6:80, 00, 8:80 and 11:00 o'clock; Week. :s at 6:30 and 8:80 o'clock. No- ' of Our Lady of Perpetual Help, leaday at 7 :$0 P.M. Sunday even- Serv/ees at 7:3@ P.M., until Holy Sbul's Chapel.--Masses at 7:30 and 9:00 o'clock; First Friday at 7:29 o'clock. Confessions preced- ing Thursday from 2 till $ o'clock. MALVERN, Mslvern Llhrnry Build- ing. Mass on Sundays and Holydays at 8:00 o'clock. MARCHE.lmnmculate Heart ol Mary Masses on Sundays and Holy days at 9:80 o'clock; Weekdays at 7.'80 o'clock. MARIANNA.--St. Andrew's Church. Mass on lst Srd and 6th Sundays of the month at 8:00 o'clock; on 2nd and 4th Sundays at 10:80 o'clock; holy days at 9:00 o'clock McCRORY.---St. Mary's Church. Mass on Ist, 3rd and 5th Sundays of the month at 8:80 o'clock; 2nd and 4th Sundays at I:00 o'clock; holy dys at II:00 o'clock. McGEHEE.  St. Winand's Church. Masses On Sunday at 6:00 and 8:80 o'clock; Holydays at 6:00 and 8.'00 o'clock; Weekdays t 6".80 and 8:00 o'clock. Confessions before each Mass, MENA.-- St. Agnes' Church. Mass every Sunday at 8:45 o'clock. Holy Communion distributed at 7:30 o'clock. MONTICELLO. A. & M. College. Mass every Sunday at 11:00 o'clock. MORRILTON.--Sacred Heart Church. Sunday Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock. Holy Days at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock. Weekdays at 7:80 o'clock. MORRISON BLUFF.---SS. Peter and Paul Church. Low Mass on Sunday at 8:00 o'clock and High Mass at 10:30 o'clock, MORRIS SCHOOL. (Nine miles west of Searcy on Highway 36). St. Paul's Church. Mass every morning at 6:30 o'clock NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Anne's Shrine.--Mass on Sun- days and Holydays at 9:00 o'clock followed hy Benediction; First Fri- day at 7:00 o'clock. St. Mary's Church.Sunday Masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock with Benediction at 7130 P. M. Week- days: Men., Tues., Thurs., and Sat at 8:OO o'clock and on Wed. and Fri. at 8:80 o'clock St. Patrick's Church. Masses on Sundays at 7:00, 9:00 and ll:O0 o'clock. Masses on Holy Days at 6:00, 7:00 and 8:80 o'clock. NEW BLAINE.  St. Scholastlcn's Chureh.--Sunday Masses followed by Benediction at 8:80 and 10:00 o'clock; Weekdays at 9:00 o'clock NEWPORT. --St. Cecilia's Church, Mass on 2rid and 4th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock; 1st, 8rd anti 6th Sundays at 1O :80 o'clock; weekdays at 8 :O0 o'clock: First Fridays at 7:30; holy days at 6:80 o'clock. PARAGOULD.---St. Mary's Church. Masses on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:O0 o'clock ; Holydays at 6:00 and 8:00 o'clock. PARIS.--St. Joseph's Church_ Masses on Sundays at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock Weekdays at 8:80 o'clock. PETIT JEAN.---St. Elizabeth's Church, Mass on Sundays and holy days at 9 o'clock. PIGGOTT.Maea on 2nd Tuesday of the month at 8:00 o'clock. PINE BLUFF.---St. Joseph's Church. Masses on Sundays at 7:30 and 10:00 o'clock, PLUM BAYOU.---St. Mary's Church. PRAIRIE VIEW.  St. Melnrad's Church. Mass every Sunday at 8:80 or 10:30 o'clock, alternating. Mass on 1st and 8rd Sundays of the month at 9:00 o'clock. RATCLIFF.---St._ Anthony's. Church. Mass on Sundays and Holy Days at 8:45 o'clock, RECTOR.---St. Henry's Church. Mass on the 2nd Sunday at 8:00 o'clock and on the 4th Sunday at 10100 o'eIoek. RUSSELLVlLLE.Maea on the 2nd SCRANTON.--t. Ignatius' Church. Mass every Sunday at 8:30 or 10:30, alternating. and 4th Sundays at 10:00 O'clock. SEARCY.---St, James' Church. Mass on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday at 8:45 o'clock. SLOVAC.---SS. Cyril and Methodius Church. Sunday Masses at 9:00 and 11:00 o'clock. STUTTGART. Holy Rosary Church. Masses on the 1st. 2nd atd 4th Sunday at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock,; 3rd and 5th Sundays at 8:00 o'clock. Holydays at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock. ST. VINCENT.--St. Mary's Church. Masses on Sundays and Holy days at 7:80 and 10:00 o'clock; Weekdays at 8:00 o'clock. SUBIACO.-- St._. Benedict's_ Abbey. Masses on Sunday at 4:30, 5:80, 6:80, 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock Weekday Mas- ses at 4:80, 5:30. 6:80 and 7:00 o'clock. SULPHUR SPRINGS.--4VIass on the 2nd S.days at 9:00 o'clock. TEXARKANA.----St. Edward's Church. Masses on Sundays at 8:30 and 10:80 o'clock; Holydays gt 6:80 nnd 8:80 o'clock. TONTITOWN.St. Joseph's Church. Masses on Susdays and Holydays at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock, WARREN.---St. Luka's Church. Mass on the Ist and 3rd Sunday of the month at 9:00 o'clock. WEST MEMPHIS. -=- St. Michael's Church. Mass on Sundays and holy days at 0:00 o'clock. WYNNE.--St. Peter's Church, Mass on 1st, 8rd and 5th Sundays of the month at 11:00 o'clock: 2nd and 4th Sundays at 8:80; holy days at 8:30; weekday Mass at 8:00 o'clock; Holy Hour First Fri- day of the month, 7:30 o'clock. Ft. Smith.The Palestrina Choir of St. Scholast!ca Academy, Fort tion of Sr. Julia, will broadcast the story of Christmas in song and Sunday, December 12th at 4:30 p.m. Gripsholm Arrival Marks Dawn Of New Era In Mission Activity New York. (El--Far from mark- ing the cessation of Catholic mis- sionary work in the Orient, the arrival here this week of the re- lief liner Gripsholm with 162 priests, Brothers and Sisters among its 1,200 repatriates actual- ly marks "the opening of a new era in Mission activity," the Rt. Roy. Msgr. Thomas J. McDonnell, National Director of the Society for the Propagation of the Faith, said here today. Monsignor McDonnell, who greeted and talked with the re- patriates upon their arrival at the Leo House here, following their discharge from the Gripsholm, emphasized the fact that there are thousands of Catholic mission- aries, hundreds of whom are Americans, still'at work in the Orient's mission field. "Perhaps the surest measuring rod of Catholic mission activity in the Orient will be consideration of the number of priests, Brothers and Sisters who are at their posts, rather than the number who have of thousands of missionaries still laboring in the Orient." New Consciousness "While we are saddened and distressed because the war has torn these zealous men and wo- men from the scene of their form- er labors," Monsignor McDonnell continued, "we feel that the ar rival of the Gripsholm marks the opening of a new era of mission activity. Their wartime exper- iences bring to our American Ca- tholics a consciousness of the sub- limity of their noble calling as well as the assurance that work is being continued." Of the many exciting and un- usual stories related at the Leo House and the National Office of The Society for the ropagation of the Faith, there are several which serve as examples of what our missionaries are doing during war times. One concerns the activity of the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary in Changsha. The Sisters who conduct a large orphanage and hospital in the city were called Smith, Ark., under the direc- verse, over. Station KFPW DIOCESS OF LITTLE ROCK* The Diocess of Little Rock em- braces the State of Arkansas, and is governed by the Rt. Rev. AN- DREW BYRNE, D.D., who was consecrated in the Cathedral of New York on the 10th of March, [844. Churches and Clergy Arkansas Little Rock s Cathedral of St. Andre--Rt, Hey. Andrew Byrne, D. D., Hey. Patrick Behan and Rev. P. Martin. Convent Chapel of Our Lady of MercyRev. Patrick Reilly, Chaplain. New Erin, Pulaski Co/,--attend- ed by Rev. Messrs. Behan and Martin. Oakland Grove, Pulaski Co. at- tended by the same. Mt. Pleasant, Saline Co,, Monk's settlement, attended by the same. Saline Bluff's, Saline Co.at- tended by the same. Batesvllle, Independent Co. 1 from the Cathedral. New Gascony, JeCferson Co., St. ?eter'sRev. P. McGowan, Pas- tor, who has for his assistant, Hey. Edward Corcoran. Pine Blifffs and St. Mary's, at- tended from New Gascony, War Introduces Lees Bend, Arkansas Co.,St. Rose's, attended from New Gas- Accelerated Plan cony. Language Teaching Post of Arkansas, Attended from New Gascony. St. Louis, Mo.How the war is Napoleon and Columhia, on the speeding up the teaching of Mississippivisited for the pros- foreign languages,is instanced at ent by Rev. P. McGowan, of New St. Louis University here, where Gascony. A.S.T.P. students have learned Helena, Philips Co., and the sta- Italian fairly well in three months, lions in Monroe and St. Francis The army's language course is countiesvisited from the Ca- strenuous, comprising 17 hours a thedral. week, only five of which are given : to grammar study after the clas- Fort Smith, Sebastian (sic) sical method in use for genera- County, St. Patrick's attended by lions. The other 12 hours are de- the Hey. Clergymen of St. An- voted to "laboratory" work, dur- drew's College. ing which teachers and students Chapel of St. Andrew's College speak nothing but Italian.  attended by the same. Dr. Joseph Frederic Privitera Van Buren, Crawford CO., visit- of the Modern Language Depart- ed by Hey. John Whelan. Fort Gibson, Cherokee Nation sent, believes the program, in modified form, will be adopted visited by Hey. P. W. (sic) for language teaching throughout Walsh, of the college, at the re- the nation after the war. He quest of Rt. Roy. Dr. Miege. fbels a course of six hours of con- Fort Towsl, Choctaw Nation versation and three of grammar, attended by the same. a week, would turn out good ling- Mount St. Mary's near Fayet- uists in three scholastic years. Dr. teville, Washington Co., visited by Privitera is of the opinion that Hey. John Monoghan of the col- knowledge of languages will take legs. " on added importance after the Rock Oomfort, Sevier Co., St. war, when increased cooperation James' Hey. John Reilly. with other nations will demand Paraclift, Sevier County, St. widespread language knowledge. : MichaelRev. John Reilly. = = = Clarksville, in Texas, at the re- 5,000 Attend Argentine quest of the Bishop of Galveston Elizabeth Streets, was opened for the reception of pupils on the first Monday of September, 1851. The buildings are pacious, a large brick addition having been lately erected, and the extensive grounds offer a delightfu resort during the hours of recreaon. The course og studies will be solid and extensive'embracing the ,English, French]d Italian lau- guages. History, Geography, Philosophy, including Astronomy and the use of the globes. Arith- metic, Algebra, Botany, vocal and Instrumental Music; drawing and Painting, and all kinds of useful and ornamental needle Work. Parents may rest satis- fied that every attention consistent wlth the spirit of a firm, but mild government will be paid to the comfort of the young ladies placed at this institution, whilst the ut- most care will be taken to nourish in their minds those principles of virtue and religion which alone can render education profitable. No undue influence shall be exer- cised over the religious opinions of the pupils; however, for the main- tenance of good order, all will be required to conform to the exter- nal discipline of the house. Tm'nm x Board and tuition, including bed and bedding, per annum $120.00 For ly Scholars First class, per quarter ___ 7.00 Second Class ........... 6.00 Third Class .................. 5.00 Fourth Class 4.00 Extras per quarter Music and the use of piano 6.0{} Vocal music ...................... 5.00 Guitar ......................... 5.00 Italian ........... __L ........ 6.00 French .............................. 5.00 Painting and drawing ...... 7.50 Washing ........................ 4.00 Physicians' fees per annum 3.00 Payments to be made semi-an- nually in advance. If required the institute will urnish board- ers with books and stationery at the current prices. No deduction will be made ff any pupil leave before her quarter shall have terminated, except in case of sickness. Observations. To prevent inter- ruptions in the classes, visits will i be limited to Thursdays, and made to the pupils only by parents, and guardians, or persons authorized by them. The annual vacation will commence on the 15th of July, and will terminate on the 1st of September. Besides the uni- formwhich will consist of brown merino for winter and blue ging- been repatriated," said Monsig- nor McDonnell. "As an example we have but three Jesuits arriving today, while from the American provinces alone there are still over 400 in the Orient. There are 31 Maryknollerspriests and Sisters --in today's groupl but there re- main 350. One American and eight Canadian Franciscan Mis- sionaries of Mary came in on the Gripsholm but there are 800 Sis- ters of this community still in China, 250 in Japan and 250'in the Philippines. While three priests and one brother of the Society of the Divine Word re- turned there are still 150 mem- bers of the Society at work, while the St. Columban Society has 186 priests, brothers and Sisters in the Far East, beside the five priests who were repatriated. Actually, then, as against the 162 who have just reached this coun- try, there exists a heavy balance The Holy Bible No. 1 No. 6 No. 3 Douay Version Size 5 5/8 x 8 inches, 1300 page,, Contains 14 maps of the Iiob Land and 4 page family records Bindings number 3, 4, 5, and 6 also contain 32 pictures of biblical events. $ $ Supplementary Features A.--A double index. BIndul- [gence prayers before and' aftel I reading The Holy Bible, and datv regarding indulgences granted fm 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 Gospel,, as read tn the Pulvit each Sunday Variety of Bindings No. l--Cloth, stiff cover, blind stmF and cross, red edges ....... $2.50 No. 2--Morrokette, flexible, blind stamp, red edgea .................... $S.2S No. 3.%T-Marroketts, flexible, gold stomp red under gold edgos ..... $4.S No. 4.---Amerlcan Seal Leather. Ilexlhle gold title, red und*r sold edgs, ............................. $5.S0 No. S.--Levant Grain Leather, Yapp Gold tJtla0 red under gold edge* $7.o No.-O:-Mo;o-;7-1eath;r-'li;ed , ver fleqdhle, gnld tltla, rd unde Iln16 edges ................. $I1.00 Order from The Guardian 309V W. Znd. Little Rock, Ark. to visit a cantonment of soldiers where cholera had broken out, Two religious went out and in one afternoon baptized 78 of the stricken soldiers. That feat was accomplished on August 17th last. In Tokyo, the Religious of the Sacred Heart are functioning in the kindergarten, language and middle schools which still have an attendance of several hundred children. The convent is in the charge of the Japanese members of the community, "and twenty alumnae of the school are aiding in the teaching. It is also report- ed that the Kobe school of this same community is still function- ing. One of the finest tributes to the Red Cross was paid by the Rev. George Foffel, S.V.D., during an interview at the Propagation of the Faith headquarters in New York. "Words can never express the gratitude we feel toward this splendid crganization. Imme- diately upon arrival of the Grips- holm the representatives of the American Red Cross distributed foodstuffs, including chocolate which I had not tasted during the seventeen years of sojourn in China, toothpaste, shaving sup- plies and the like. The youngsters among the repatriates could hard- ly believe that such wonderful delicacies existed, particularly since such things are not to be Catholic Youth Session is visited from Rocky Comfort. ham for summer, together Hot Springs, Hot Springs Co.-- black silk aprons,--each Buenos Aires. (E)--Some 5,000 visited from the Cathedral. A See 1852 on page 8 flelegates attended the Semana church is much desired at the Jocista held at La Plata by the springs, but the Bishop has no I Catholic Labor Youth of Argentina means to erect even a log cabin. i for the religious and moral train- *This report was furnished by ing of labor youth leaders and Rt. Rev. Bishop. the defense of the interests of INSTITUTIONS young workers Unemployment, Convent of Our Lady of Mercy apprentice and wage-scale prob- Little Rock leas were the themes of import- There are in this community ant discussions, five professed religious, five no- The Most Rev. Juan P. Chi-vices, and one postulant. Mother mento, Archbishop of La i Teresa Ferral (sic) Superior. They pontificated at a Solemn Mass in have charge of the Cathedral and blessed the St. Mary's Academy, banners of the J.O.C. Parish Women Play Santa For 1,000 Of U. S. Forces Honolulu. (El--Having already prepared 500 Christmas packages for soldiers in the South Pacific area, the women of Sacred Heart parish in Punahou, now are get- ting 500 more packages ready for men of the Navy. Col. Edmund C. Sliney, a priest of the Archdiocese of Boston and Army chaplain, arranged for dis- patch of the packages to the sol- diers. Packed in cans, each pack- age contains home-made cookies, pineapple candy, chewing gum and other sweets. Little Rock Under the direction of the Sis- lers of Mercy, and the special pa- tronage of the Right Rev. Dr. Byrne. This institution, which is beautifully situated on the square tr I HIMSTEDT Plumbing & Heating Company Serving Little Rock For More Than 20 Years Installation and Repairs of PLUMBING & HEATING 321 West Capitol Phone 6152 Llttle Rook, Arkans Reliable--Satisfactory with young A. METRAILER & Co. 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