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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 3, 1969 PAGE 11 Air Unit Adopts Orphanage .vC lys, 8: 00! L._ i" of the 3rd Aerospace Rescue and Recovery Whose assignment is to help rescue downed Southeast Asia, have adopted ,m Hoa orphanage in Vietnam. The conducted by Vietnamese Sisters of of Chartres, cares for both Chinese 0SCEOLA CHAS. MEEK LUMBER CO 205 So. Poplar arto Osceola, Ark. cry =I. MORRIS HARDWARE and Vietnamese orphans. Here, Airman 1st class Harvey P. Dawson of St. Alban's, W. Va., makes friends with an orphan, with the assistance of Sister Robert du Sacra Coeur, superior of the orphanage. (NC Photo) Harwarg s Men's Store 111 W. Hale OSCEOLA, ARK. & FURNITURE CO. HARDWARE - FURNITURE- APPLIANCES Walnut  0sceola, Arkansas ry HALE and BOWEN treeti Complete INSURANCE Service Home - Auto - Business - Life ine LO 3-6551 ARTHUR ROGERS. MGR. ,17I  Osceola, Ark. FAR MALL TRACTORS-EQUIPMENT INTERNATIONAL MOTOR TRUCKS Osceola and Joiner, Arkansas Ave. PhoneLO 3-2137 GSCELOA, ARKANSAS 72370 R.E. Prewitt Your Greater BELK'S of OSCEOLA BIG STAR Gateway Shopping Center Osceola, Arkansas " I Bethlehem Has , Peaceful Yule Bethlehem (NC) -- The cele- bration of the birth of the Prince of Peace here was dampened some- what by a bone-chilling winter storm rolling in from the Medi- terranean, but a feared terror- ist attack never materialized. Icy drizzles kept many of an exptected gathering of 25,000 pil- grims away from the heavily guar- ded hilltop town where Christ was born 20 centuries ago. But the stay-at-homes in Israel and the Arab states could watch the live telecast of the midnight Mass cele- brated inst. Catherine's Church by Patriarch Alberto Gori of Jerusalem. Thousands ofpilgrims huddled together against the freezing cold in the square out- side the Basilica of the Nativity also watched a large screen tel- evision relay of the Mass. Israeli soldiers stood guard on rooRops, a response to an Arab terrorist organization w h i c h warned pilgrims it could not guar- antee their safety against possible sabotage attacks. No incidents were reported. In Nazareth, the boyhood home of Jesus, Bishop Hanna Kalday, vicar general of the Latin-rite Patriarchate, celebrated Mass at the Church of the Annuncia- tion, the largest church in the Middle East. At the Melkite-rite church, Archbishop Joseph Maria Raya of Acre, Israel, celebrated Mass. Archbishop Raya was trans- ferred here recently from Birm- ingham, Ala., where he was apas- for of St. George's Melkite-rtte church. Other places In the Holy Land were not so peaceful as Bethle- hem. A mortar battle raged 20 miles to the east, and to the west, near the Gaza strip, saboteurs lobbed three bazooka shells at an Israeli cooperative farm on Christmas Day. We Wonder... , , , in an age when contumacious conduct is widespread, whether most Catholics ever examine their consciences regarding the sin of contumely, 'Christianity Today' To Be Serra Topic Little Rock -- The Serra Club of Greater Little Rock is inau- gurating this month a series of eight special programs to provide members with "a challenging op- portunity to discuss aspects of Christianity today." A choice of 20 topics has been provided for eight teams of Ser- rans and four formats have been suggested for the presentations. Each team member is expected to inform himself thoroughly con- cerning his team's topic. Subjects range from "The Priest in the Future," to "The Political Community" and "Papal Infalli- bility." Others relate to the lay apostolate, parish councils, the Bible, renewal, and doctrine dis- cussed by Vatican Council II. The presentations at regular Serra Club meetings will vary in Holy Name form from panel discussions, to debates, lectures, and prepared questions posed for the team lead- er by panelists. The eight teams, with the lead- er listed first, and the dates on which they will make theirpresen- tations are: January 17 -- Phil Carrol, Barry Findley, George Siebon'morgen and Bill Thompson; February 7 -- Bill Wrape, Ken- neth Hiegel and Ed Smith; February 21 -- A. W. Johnson, Thomas Marks, Bud Baldwin and George Wildgen; March 7 -- Max Friend, John Mitchell and Harry Snider, Sr. March 21 -- Ed Dillon, Louis Schaeffer and Harry Snider, Jr. April 4 -- Joe Mullen, Bill Waters and Gil Howell. April 18 -- Doug Brandon, John Truemper, Jr., and Buster Gil- more. May 2 -- Bob Peters, Joe Truemper and Jim Madlgan. Director Resigns New York (NC) -- Father Den- L nis B. McCarthy, O. P., national director of the Holy Name Society for 12 years, has resigned that post due to ill health. He has been assigned by his superiors to St. Dominic's priory in Washington, D. C. Father McCarthy, 67, was or- dained in Washington in 1929. He was a World War II Army chaplain and later taught at St. Joseph's Priory in Somerset, Ohio, and at Providence College, Rhode Island. He was teaching there when he was named to the Holy Name post in 1956. OSCEOLA Planters Bank 200 East Hale Osceola, Arkansas it Bradley's Grocery 101 E. Hale St. @ Osceola, Arkansas i Silverfield's Osceola's Leading Department Store NOW IN OUR 52nd. YEAR SWIFT FUNERAL HOME OSCEOLA, ARKANSAS Planters Furniture Co. 000 Osceola, Arkansas Phone LO 3-6171 i WADDELL'S JEWELRY & GIFTS 107 E. HALE LO 3-4601 * OSCEOLA First National Bank in Osceola OFFICES AT JOINER AND LUXORA Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. i