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PAGE SIX THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 17, 1943 Midnight Mass At St. 5oh n's, Hot Springs St. John's Parish was established in 1908, although the build- ing was not erected until later, the dedicationtaking place in 1912. This recent picture shows how the Church will look for the Mid- night Mass, Christmas. Catholic Students Sponsor Victory Rally For Jeeps New York. (E}--In commemora- tion of the second anniversary of Pearl Harbor, the students of Ca- tholic High School for Girls spon- sored a two-day Victory Rally this week for the purpose of purchas- ing four Jeeps for the Army. A patriotic tableau was pre- sented which included a colorful i] ] ]] Victory March depicting service men and women bearing flags of the United Nations. A stirring exhortation on Pearl Harbor was delivered by a stu- dent after which the assembly stood for two minutes in silent prayer while Taps sounded in memory of those who sacrificed their lives on December 7, 1941. After the presentation in the auditorium, various events were Christmas Greetings QUAPAW BATHS Hot Springs, Arkansas *It's just about time for that perennial paratrooper, Santa Claus, to start his friendly invasion. We just want to say we hope he makes a happy landing, right in your home, bringing you more Christmas cheer han you've ever had before. BUCKSTAFF BATHS White Attendants G. E. HOGABOOM, Mgr. A U. S. Nun In Bolivia Received Her License To Practice Medicine Maryknoll, N.Y. (E)--After the rigid and lengthy examination re- quired by the Bolivian government, Sister Mary Mercy, M.D., of Maryknoll, has received a license to practice medicine in Bolivia. In announcing the news, Sister Mercy wrote: "1 have just received all the permissions to practice medicine here. The Bishop, Ambassador, and others were all a bit concerned because licenses had been refused in so many ,cases, especially in sponsored from which the sum of $3,429 was realized during the first day of the rally. The total in two days brought $4,313. 'Osservatore' Reports Slaying Of Host/ges New York. (E)--The execution of "ten innocent persons" in Ger- man-occupied northern Italy in reprisal for the assassination of Col. Gino Gobbi, military com- mander of Florence, evoked a denunciation in Osservatore Re- mane according to a Swiss Tele- graph Agency dispatch, which was reported to the Office of War In- formation. Although deploring the assas- sination of Colonel Gobbi, the I newspaper urged the Fascists and Nazis not to follow such acts with "greater violence." It stat- ed: "It is impossible not to shud- der with horror at these reprisals costing the lives of ten innocent persons." The executions of ten hostages in reprisal for the assassination of Col. Gino Gobbi (Fascist mili- tary commander, according to re- ports received by the Office of War Information) were ordered by a "special court" presumably con- vened by the Nazi-sponsored Fascist government. The Swiss Agency account said the announce- ment of the executions labeled the victims as "traitors," but the Swiss newspaper, Neue Ziercher Zietung, asserted the ten hostages had nothing to do with the assas- sination. The newspaper said re- ports of Colonel Gobbi's death in- dicated his assassins had not been discovered and intimated the ten hostages had been arrested before the assassination as pro-Allied sympathizers. Plumbing And Heating 21 Baths $17.00 10 Baths 9.10  Alhambra Bath Under Government Supervision $. B. LE.CH, Manager, 214 Ouachita Avenue Phone 234 HOT SPRINGS NATIONAL PARIS, ARKANSAS "k REPAIR SPECIALIST "k GEO. M. WOODS Call 2z3342 Little Rock St. Anthony's Hospital MORR[LTON, ARK. ROYAL CROWN BOTTLING COMPANY 628 Ouachita Phone 1132 HOT SPRINGS Phone No. 2--2223 HOT SPRINGS, ARK.  D, .=--------------- W IL S 0 N  Christmas Cheer IZ Realize the F, dl " L co. s _ vt,, , ii   By Bu From Pho.e 27oo  2701 B WILSON V.ney .d y Sts.  Furniture Co. --' ,, Phone No. I--I 14-115 the Beni. But again God is show- ing His sweet providence to us, and everything is settled. "Even in this short time, we have been busy with sick calls and we know that if we can be patient, much good can be accomplished; and that in time the people will Welder-Writer be brought to a knowledge and practice of their rightful heritage, the Faith." Born in Milwaukee, Sister Mercy obtained her decrees from the Col- lege of Liberal Arts and the School of Medicine of Marquette Uni- versity, completing her year of internship at St. Francis Hospital La Crosse, Wis. Sister Mercy is a seasoned mis- sioner, having received her first assignment in 1931 to Korea. In order to practice medicine in this territory under Japanese control Sister Mercy had to meet the re- quirements of the Tokyo Medical Board which issues licenses to foreigners only after a very gruel- ling test. In 1940 Sister Mercy was recalled temporarily to this country. The outbreak of war pre- vented her return to the Orient. When the pioneer group of Mary- knoll Sisters was assigned to Ri- beralta, Bolivia, Sister Mercy was appointed as their Superior. Be- fore proceeding to the new field she and Sister Mary Paula, R.N. stopped en route for further stud- Shifting from electric arc welding on war tanks, Miss Therese Mc- Gee is now studying history of labor unions at Marygrove Col- lege, Detroit, preparing for a ca- reer as a writer on labor prob- lems. (N.C.W.C.) holiest creature, was a Jewess; that all the Apostles, John the Baptist, extolled by Christ as the grhatest of all Prophets, St. Step- hen, the first martyr, were Jews in a word, that Christianity de- rives from Israel. With what affectionate devotion Jesus wishes us to honor His Mother, by having recourse to her protection, since He has placed in her the plentitude of all gifts, in such wise that no grace comes to us from the Heart of Jesus with- out passing through Mary. St. Bernard. , ,, : ies of tropical diseases in the gee- Why can I not prevent sinners ernment hospital in Balboa, Canal from so much offending Thy Heart, Zone. which would only rejoice in all : - the sufferings of Thy body, if by them sinners might be brought to' repentance? St. Francis de Sales. Film Depicts Catholic School War Activities Washington. (E)--Fifty prints of a film strip entitled "Catholic Schools and the War" had been sent out by the U.S. Treasury Department to diocesan superin- tendents of schools, from whom schools desiring to exhibit the film may obtain it on loan. The announcement said that a major- ity of the superintendents also make provision for the loan of film strip projectors to schools which do not own one. The film is the first which the Treasury Department has pro- duced showing actual pictures of war activities of any schools in the nation. The basis of the film is pictures which formed an ex- hibit held last August at the Ca- tholic University of America here, which was sponsored by the Department of Education, Nation- al Catholic Welfare Conference. Philip J. Coyle, who formerly was connected with the National Catholic Community Service, is in charge of the distribution of the films. Mr. Coyle as Consult- ant to the Education Section, War Finance Division, of the Treas- ury Department, is in charge of :all war savings activities for Ca- tholic schools and colleges. In religious classes for Catholic children it is certainly emphasiz- ed that Christ was Himself a Jew; that His Mother, whom all Catho- lics hold to be God's noblest and The holiday season would be incomplete unless we expressed our apprecia- tion for your patronage throughout the past  year. We wish you and yours the most of Christmas joy and a Happy and Pros- perous New Year! B, L. LEWIS, Mgr. HOTEL BROADWAY All Ctside Rooms BeaUty Rest Mattresses Rates $1 per day, up Special Weekly and Monthly Rates 350 Broadway & Market Ph. 2910 Hot Springs HOLIDAY GREETINGS From Hot Spring's Exclusive ZORIC CLEANERS CRAIGHEAD LAUNDRY & CLEANERS 209.217 Broadway HOT SPRINGS t Allsopp & Chapple Booksellers and Stationers 307-309 Main Street i . cau . l! DAN DEARASAUGH I For Office Supplies--Ph. 2-1846 I Fentress Mortuary iiiiii iill ii:ili![ii:iiii:i:ii I ':. !!::.i:::!i:.:.!ii:.ii::i!!i!! !::i!'.:,:.:i i:::.i::i ::i'7 i!i!!! !:.:iiiii:::.i777i:::.!i[! ::i7i :i]7: !:.:: :. The Only Establishment In Western ! Arkansas designed, built and dedl-I cated exclusively for Funeral Set'v- ices. PIIONE 6178 Rocket Coach Presents Squad 18 Letters Little Rock.--At the annual football banquet, Thursday, De- cember 9, the Rev. N. Charles McGinnis, Catholic High foot- ball coach, awarded letters to 18 members of his squad. Those receiving letters were: Danny Sarna, Bill Oberle, Fred- die Margrave, Larry Gasper, Frank Kordsmeier, Jack Gihnore, Don Hefner, Johnny Vick, John Doig, D. d. Raper, Emil Chudy, Joe Connelly, Vincent Busby, Bill Dick Martin, Dave Keck, Udo Jansen, Pat Powers and Joe Bar- tsch. Student manager letters were given Ed Bujarski and Dan Murphy. Vandalism Continues In Fascist Italy Zurich, Switzerland. )--De spite increased vigilance counsele by His Eminence Alfredo lense Cardinal Schuster, bishop of Milan, L Suisse that pillaging of churches in Archdiocese has continued. The newspaper reported vandals broke into the San verstro Church, consumed quantity of sacramental wine took everything of value could be found. Cardinal Schuster issued warning after vandals had into a church in the violated the Tabernacle and Sacred Hosts and made off consecrated vessels. erend Albert L. Fletcher, DD'.:.:| .--- Auxiliary Bishop of Little RoclM the Very Rev. Msgr. James FAIJ O'Connell, and the Very ReV;| wl Reserve letters were received Msgr. Thomas L. Keany. by Charles Hooker, Joe Beck, Oberle and Sarna, co-captai|? Toby Sarna, Don Berg, Walter of the team this season, expressed 1 Barthol, Alvin Blaty, Charles their appreciation to Fathers Me-|,  Cohen and Steve Pruniski. i Ginnis and Maus, and present.e, [Z sat Cleve Hedges was toastmaster. 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