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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 18, 1974 PAGE 3 L h00's Happening := Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK ,te,Irs. Jenny Cia, a com- micant of Holy Souls Church  here, was fet- ed recently by .o. the staff of the Diocesan De- partment of . Religious Ed- ucation at a dinner in the Sawmill Res- lrant to mark her 20th an- i:,ecrSary as an employee of the 7. ese of LittleRock. Those Lending included Father A ms]ph L. Pallo, Sister Con- jla, O.S.B., Sister Fades, ' ,., Mrs Betty Jo Lock and "Y "r husband Alvin, Mrs. Judy ---tters and her husband, adhrner, and Mrs. Joellen ders. - . 1re Mrs. Cia is the widow ot Capt. eacy Cia, a Little Rock in !ernan who was killed 11 years f 1o when a pumper was 357ecked while responding to a 30,se alarm. SlOe has two a ldren, D. J. Cia and Mrs. Joe rPe, both of St Theresa's priarish, and five grandchildren. !el: SCRANTON A day of sewing by members of the Catholic Women's Union will be held Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the St. Ignatius parish hall, according to Mrs. Hilda Oberste. Those attending will carry sack lunches. Dessert and coffee will be served. JACKSONVILLE St. Jude the Apostle Church will hold a parish renewal Saturday, Jan. 20,: through Saturday, Jan. 26, with the renewal starting at 7 o'clock each evening. Father John McShane, a Marist priest, will conduct the week of renewal. All families and friends are invited to at- tend. LITTLE ROCK A Rosary for vocations will precede the 2 P.M. Sunday, Jan. 26, meeting of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court No. 1223, Catholic Daughters of America, in the Good Counsel school cafetorium. His Excellency Bishop An- drew J. McDonald will be the CONE.R DRUGS 26th and Cherry Dollarway Road ST. JUDE'S CHURCH Jacksonville PARISH RENEWAL ONE WEEK JANUARY 20-JANUARY 26 - Father John McShane, S.M. Yes No Are You missing Mass on Sunday? [] [] Has it been 'sometime' since you have been to Confession? [] [] Do You have questions or doubts about your faith? [] [] Is Your family life unhappy? [] [] On the so called changes in the Church bother you?  [] Are You having problems with your youngsters? [] [] If Your answer is YES to any of these questions, you need a week of renewall THE PARISH RENEWAL CONDUCTED BY FATHER JOHN McSIIANEo A MARIST PRIEST; WILL INCLUDE: evening Masses instructions CCD program sermons open forums children's renewal private consultations i i I THE ONLY BANK 1 YOU WiLL EVER NEED MERCANTILE BANK JONESBORO MEMBER FDIC i CITIZEN8 _ BANK OF JON - mmmmmmmmmmnummmmmmnmmmmmmmmmmm 00NUT RIDGE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK WALNUT RIDGE PHONE 886-3531 ESBORO SIMMONS Your ZENITH Dealer 1105 Gee St. Jonesbero, Ark. rn E] National Bank ST OF LAWRENCE COUNTY MMBER FDIC im Scout Sunday Set for February 10 Little Rock -- Catholic Scout Sunday will be observed in the Diocese of Little Rock on Feb. 10, Father Joseph L. Pallo, diocesan youth director, has announced. Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts, whose names are submitted by their pastors, will be awarded Ad Altare Dei and Parvuli Dei Medals and the Marian citation by His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald. Bishop McDonald will make the presentations during a special Liturgy in St. Andrew's Cathedral at 3 P.M. Feb. 10. A reception for scouts, their parents and leaders will follow in Cathedral Hall. Pope's Humor Held Often Overlooked Vatican City (NC) -- A French bishop who sees Pope Paul VI daily in the Vatican has testified to the Pope's warmth and sense of humor in talking to his visitors. Bishop Jacques Martin, as prefect of the pontifical household, presides over the stream of individual and group audiences granted by the Pope, and assists at most of them in person. Interviewed by Vatican Radio, the bishop labelled as "a legend" the belief that the Pope 7t'S  HERE YOU SHOP WITH CONFIDEHC r 205 Main St. Pine Bluff, Ark. i J. E. BOYCE AGENCY INSURANCE - REAL ESTATE , Walter Cook * IAn Nixon Weaver Loyd * Budd Lybrand Phone 534-7041 - T 612 W. 6th Ave. Pine Bluff, Ark. speaker. This will be his first visit to the court. Immediately following the meeting, all members will be urged to attend a Vigil for Christian Unity at the Bethel A.M.E. Church at 815 W. 16th St. The vigil will begin at 4 P.M. ENGELBERG Mrs. Bob Throesch has been elected president of the Altar Society of St. John the Baptist parish here. Other officers are Mrs. Herman Walker, vice president and Mrs. Ray Friedrichs, secretary-treas- urer. The pastor, Father Earl J. Booth is moderator. Plans are underway for a pre- Lenten Valentine potluck supper for adults. Recent ac- tivities have included a Thanksgiving festival, Christmas parties for children and adults and a New Year's eve dance. LITTLE ROCK The monthly Day of Spiritual Development will be held Thursday, Jan. 24, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 W. 32nd St. with Msgr. Claiborne Lafferty officiating. Confessions will be at 9:30 A.M., followed by Mass at 10 o'clock and a conference. Everyone is asked to bring a sandwich for lunch. Women of all parishes are invited, ac- cording to Mrs. George Run- shang. For more information, women should call Mrs. Run- shang at 663-7274. FORT SMITH To make prayer central in their activities, members of the Fort Smith CYO conduct a concentrated prayer service before each meeting. They began the practice at a Dec. 9 meeting. Christmas activities were a focal point of recent CYO programs, according to Jackie Upchurch, publicity chairman. Members caroled for St. Jude's Hospital at Memphis Dec. 22, covering a large area of the city and raising a sizeable donation. A Christmas party followed at the home of Dianna Gramlich. Members also sent Christmas cards to many elderly in each of the city's three parishes. They is always severe and mysterious in countenance and comportment. That view, the bishop declared, "is truly a legend, because if there is one person who is cordial in his intimacy and rich with humor, as the English say, it is precisely him." The bishop gave several examples of the Pope's off-the- cuff humorous remarks during various audiences. Bishop Martin recalled, for example, the time Pope Paul was saying farewell to a bishop who had been assigned to a cold country in the north. To the bishop, leaving sunny Italy, Pope Paul said: "Cover yourself with glory, but also with wool." On another occasion, when an important Vatican official was missing from an audience, just before leaving his library to go to the audience, the Pope hesitated and said: "Oh, Oh, Msgr. So-and-So is missing. How can we go through with it? Will the :audience be valid?" Bishop"Martin also cited one occasion at -which Pope Paul disibuted to a number of priests present at an audience a book written by a priest who had not long before conducted the papal spiritual retreat in the Vatican. As he passed the books out, Pope Paul said: "Look, I am giving you this book of Father So-and-So. It is an interesting book which sells well because all want to know how to convert the Pope." 1958 Alumnus Of St. John's Dies Brighton, Mass. -- A Funeral Mass was offered Jan. 7 in St. Columkille Church here for Father Leon R. Tice, 59, a 1958 alumnus of St. John's Home Missions Seminary, Little Rock, Ark. Father Tice, who was or- dained for the Diocese of LaCrosse, Wisc., resigned from the active ministry there in 1968 when he was afflicted with a severe kidney ailment and YOUNG'S LAUNDRY AND CLEANERS 917 Main Street Pine Bluff, Arkansas i .,,. so. O.,E00.O,S CHERRY ST. AT 8TH AVE. / PHONE 534-3131 DeCLERK L.P. GAS, Inc. Butane P.O. Propane G/kS Box 411 Phone 892-5273 Pocahontas, Ark. i Safe and Dependable Since 1903 BANK OF PONCAHONTAS Phone 892-5286 Pocahontas, Ark. Member F.D.I.C. i also sponsored a used toy blindness. He died Jan. 2 in the collection. Veterans Administration Christmas tree ornaments Hospital, Boston. He had lived were made at a get-together at with his mother, Mrs. Helen the home of Janet Wald Dec. 13. Tice, a brother and two sisters The ornaments, along with a in Brighton. Hewasa veteran of -- -, tree, were taken to St. World War II. .,.,, _.,_ Scholastica's Convent the  following Sunday where 0 " members sang for the Sisters. Sterilization On Dec. 1, CYO members raked leaves at St. John's Convent. Guidelines Issued 2 All-Spanish Montgomery, Ala. (NC) -- Guidelines preventing 0  Masses Scheduled sterilizations on patients in 0 Alabama mental institutions Little Rck " The Little Rock except in cases f medical W,.ll ,"- Diocesan Center for Mexican- necessity have been issued here Spanish Affairs (CMSA) an- by a federal court. nounced this week plans for two   all-Spanish Masses. Federal Judge Frank M. The first will be celebrated Johnson, Jr., ruled that Sunday, Jan. 27, at 5 P.M, in St. sterilizations could be per- Mary' s Church, 16th and Parker Streets, North Little Rock. The second will be offered Sunday, Feb. 3, at 5:30 P.M. in St. Francis Church, Forrest City. Father Robert A. Torres, CMSA director, said both formed "only when the full panoply of constitutional protections has been accorded to the individuals involved." Under the guidelines, three basic steps must be taken before a mentally incompetent person may be sterilized in an Masses will be followed by a Alabama mental institution. buffet in the local parish hall. The operation must be ap- All Spanish-speaking proved by the institution's Arkansans are being invited to director, then by a review assist at the Masses, Father committee, and finally by a Torres said. However, the "court of competent jurisdic- liturgies will be open to all in- tion." terested persons. A.C. DeClerk Farms, Inc. REGISTERED ANGUS CATTLE Pocahontas, Ark. Since 1944 P.O. Box 411 TELEPHONES 893-3382 or 892-3712 McDANIEL -- HARDWARE AND FURNITURE -- COMPANY G. E. 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