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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 3, 1969 PAGE 9 L_ [ no. C. McHaney I & Sons ,, I irll00our Monument Men lior SouthHighway 61 I -=lephone PO 2-2601 Blytheville, Ark. I )r= ..Jfl (Open Sunday Afternoon) u00nsford Flowers wq and Gift Shop 1505 W. MAIN P0 3-7001 .i Blytheville, Ark. TERRY C stract o. 213 West Walnut -' Blytheville, Ark. in P -r" .vill Nu-Wa N00d'aundry Cleaners -=--ONE PO 3-44"/4-P0 3-44"/5 ==YTHEVILI_Et ARKANSAS There @ Service J I Iing Supreme _- A Better Laundry & Dry --- Cleaning Service. .--...,...OPen Till 9 Nights snacks better? )r. Pe er-7 Up a. I -. PP [ uottling Co. Arkansas Singing Encores The song "The Look of Love" has given Maggie Harris, Cath- olic University of America Speech and Drama Senior, the "look of success." Maggie's winnings have reached $Z,500 in TV competitions on "Your All American College Show." Daughter of a jazz pianist, niece of famed jazzman Erskine Hawkins, Philadelphia-b o r n Maggie looks like a winner for a great singing career. (NC Photo) Do You ] Remember? BO '..ARS AGO THIS WEEK The GurdMn repOl'tod= Fort Smith - The Christmas services at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, always impressively enacted were at- tended with unusual solemnity and splendor. The spacious Gothic edifice af- forded scarcely sufficient ac- commodations for the throng of worshippers that streamed through its doors long before mid- night. Among these were many, not of the fold, who with an intuition which is perhaps the nearest approach to the light of Divine Faith, sought a Catholic altar, be- fore which to offer their prayers to the infant Savior. 2S YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Oum'dlan reported: Subiaco -"Peace of nations must be built upon peace of the sep- arate community, large or small, and upon peace in the heart of the individual, otherwise it is folly to expect peace in the world," the Right Rev. Paul M. Nahlen, O.S.B., abbot of New Sublaeo Abbey, told members of his re- ligious community whom he ad- dressed at the annual Christ- mas program, held in the refec- tory of the Jewett Annex build- ing December 29. Abbot Nahlen annually "plays Santa" to the community, and each member receives gifts from a huge tree in the dining hall, lavishly decorated for the occa- sion. HOLY SEE BRIEFS Pope Paul VI has created anew Apostolic Delegation of New Zealand and the Pacific Islands and has chosen as its first Apes- tolic Delegate an Ameriean priest, Msgr. Raymond Etteldorf of Os- sian, Iowa. Msgr. Etteldorf, who will be consecrated as Titular Archbis- hop of Tindari before assuming his new assignment, has been serving since March as secretary of the Holy See's newly-created Commission for Economic Affairs. Msgr. Etteldorf, 56, was for more than a decade editor of the Dubuque archdiocesan newspa- per, The Witness, and has been in Rome since 1951. As secre- tary general of the PontificalWork for the Propagation of the Faith, he was responsible for the ad- ministration and distribution of funds to the missions of the Church throughout the world. Msgr. Joseph Gray, vicar gen- eral of the Birmingham archdio- cese in England, has been named auxiliary bishop of Liverpool. Bishop=elect Gray was born at Farthadreen in County Cavan, Ire- land Oct. 21, 1919. After his or= dination on June 20, 1943, he spent five years as an assistant at a big working-class parish in Birmingham. The Pope has alsonamedFather Andre Guelen to be auxiliary bis- hop of Angers, France. At the time of his nomination, he was archpriest of St. Louis in Brest. He was born Nov. 29, 1922, in Brest. He was ordained June 29, 1946. #t . . Pope Paul VI has once again proclaimed the Church's opposi- tion to violent solutions of so- cial problems. The occasion was the audience at which the Pope received the credentials of Brazil's new am- bassador to the Holy See, Jose Jobim. Asserting the Church's right to be interested in social re- forms and development, Pope Paul said "It does not -- we have recently so proclaimed it once more at Bogota -- encourage violent solutions. It refuses to subscribe to revolutionary ex- pressions. This would mean be- traying the spirit of Christ who shed his blood, and not that of others, for the redemption of men... " Pope Paul VI has urged three Religious groups meeting in Courtesy Rome for general chapters not to grow away from two fundamen- qual ity - Service tal commands given by Christ-- renunciation and love. B_L_- DUKe Pope Paul received in aud- ience about 400 members of the Printing Co. Olivetan Benedictines, the Con- gregation of the Holy Spirit and the Marist Brothers. 112 So. 1st. St. The Pope told his visitors that Blytheville, Ark. "with the renunciation of the P0 3-7363 world, of its pleasures, of its honors and of its riches the Re- Pope Calls Synod Pope Paul VI has announced a new synod of bishops to convene next Oct. 11 to help him deal with current problems of the Church. The synod, the second to be held since Vatican Council II, will open on the seventh anniversary of the Council's beginning. (NC Photo) New York P, Iblic Relations Man To Direct U.S.C.C. Communications Washington (NC) -- Warren W. Sehwed, a New York public relations consultant, film pro- ducer and former newsman, has been named director of the Depart- ment of Communications of the United States Catholic Conference. Sehwed will supervise plans, programs and budgets for a de- partment that includes four major divisions: motion picture services (the National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures), information, broadcasting services (The Nat- ional Catholic Office for Radio and Television), and the NC News Service for the Catholic press. Schwed's appointment was an= nounced by Bishop Joseph L. Ber- nardin, general secretaryof USCC. Schwed was founder president of Grey Public Relations, Inc., in New York and served in that pos- ition from 1963 until this year, when he sold his Interest in the firm to produce films and dopub- llc relations counseling. Earlier he was with the public relations firm of Carl Byoir, Newsweek, McGraw-Hill and Uni- ligious traverses the way which leads him toward God. "But it Is love which attracts him and which he esteems: the love which God has for him-- love received -- the love which he himself nurtures for God -- love given. Love is perfection, R is the culminating point and is is what is important and what will remain eternally." Warren Schwed ted Press International He at- tended Fordham University and holds B. A. and M. A, degrees from Columbia University. Mrs. Schwod is the former Joan LaDrlere of SL Louis. The Schweds have six children and homes in New York and Point Lookout, N. Y. Schwed's assignment begins Immediately, although he has several special projects and film commitments under way. He will have offices at the O. S. Catho- lic Conference here and in New York. 130N'T