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6THE GUARDIAN JANUARY 28, 1966 What's Happening ... Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organizations in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be included is Tuesday at noon. All late-arriving copy will be held for the following week's edition). Russellville -- Mrs. Dean Turn- er was guest speaker at the January meeting of St. John's Altar Society held in Arch- bishop O'Brien ttall. She was presented l)y Mrs. A1 Morgan, program chairman. Mrs. Turner, a member of the faculty of Russellville Public Schools, told of her duties and experiences as a teacher of remedial reading, a program recently adopted for special training of exception- al children. The Roy. Louis V. Stereos, pastor of St. John's parish, discussed the possibility of a mission to be conducted soon and the plans for a Forty Hours Devotion scheduled for the Lenten season. Mrs. James Clark, president, presided and Mrs. J. D. Jaci- more gave the invocation. New officers were hostesses for the occasion. Other than U. of A. Center Staff to Greet New Students Fayetteville -- The priests of St. Thomas Aquinas Church and the Catholic Center, here and officers of the U. of A. Newman Chapter will meet with new Catholic students Sunday, January 30, at 5:30 :P.M. in the Student Union. After brief introductions of the campus religious workers, the students will be escorted to the Catholic Center for a Bible Vigil and Benediction in St. Thomas Aquinas Church. The pastor of St. Thomas Aquinas parish and Director of the Newman Foundation at the University, The Rev. John C. O'Dwyer, will then welcome the students to their new parish and the Center. These exercises will be fol- lowed by a snack-supper pre- pared by the housemother, Mrs. Lillian Todd, a tour of the Center facilities and a social hour. All new Catholic stu- dents and their parents are being invited to attend. FR. McGLOIN (Continued from Page 5) sin. The important thing is to live, not just keep from dying. And your Catholic faith means living every moment, breath- ing every breath, taking every step in the direction of your goal, God. This is, besides, the only way to happiness even in this life. How could it be other- wise? This is what we're creat- ed for. I FORT SMITI. ARK.I ' TltE WAI{00 HHTEL Mrs. Clark they are: Mrs. Mor- gan, vice president; Mrs. John Little, treausrer; and Miss Sibyl Gillespie, secretary. February meeting will be a covered dish affair with Mrs. David Gates as chairman. N. Little Rock -- Mrs. Louis Mashburn, representing the Arkansas Chapter of the Am- erican Cancer Society, will he guest speaker at a meeting of St. Mary's Altar Society, Wed- nesday, February 2, at 7:30 P.M. Mrs. Mashburn will show films and discuss the Cancer Society's program. High school girls have been invited to attend this meet- ing. Miss Helen Zaloudek, presi- dent, has appointed the fol- lowing committee chairmen for the coming year: Mrs. Marcella Garstka will be general chairman of organ- ization and development. Un- der her direction will be Mrs. Raymond Kressee, progr,'im; Mrs. William Halter, publicity; Miss Frances Zarnoski, sun- shine; Mrs. Torn Cullivan, hos- pitality; and Mrs. R. S. Mare- chek, food. Mrs. Ervtn Maurer will be chairman of spiritual develop- ment. Others are Mrs. T h e o Lukas, sacristy; Mrs. Ccceila Dashbach, libraries and litera- ture; and Mrs. Eugene Hobbs, foreign relief. Stuttgart  Mrs. Sydney San- derson, new president of the Holy Rosary Altar Society, presided at a meeting January 13 in her imme. Mrs. Marion Thanksgiving Mass Scheduled At U. of A. Center Fayetteville -- The tradition- al Mass of Thanksgiving for Catholic graduates receiving degrees this month at the Uni- versity of Arkansas is -sche duled for Saturday, January 29, at 11 A.M. in St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Some 50 prospective gradu- ates, together with wives and relatives, have received invita- tions to participate. Catholic faculty members will also at- tend. The Rev. Leo T. Sweeney of the faculty of Catholic High School, Little Rock, and a can- didate for the Master's Degree in History will celebrate the Mass. Father Sweeney complet- ed his studies last summer after two years in residence at St. Thomas Aquinas Rectory. A coffee-social hour honor- ing the graduates will follow in the Cardinal Room. Newman officers and members of St. Thomas Aquinas Altar Guild will serve as hostesses. A complete list of those re- ceiving degrees will be pub- lished soon. EOPLES . Loan & Investment Co. "Where Your Savings Earn 5% Interest Paid Quarterly" 1505 TOWSON AVE. Fort Smith, Ark. SU 3-1157 Philippines ......... Close Jubilee Manila (El  The Philippines formally closed a year-long celebration of the quadricen- tennial of its Christianization in 1565 with a solemn triduum from Jan. 28-30, climaxed with a huge procession. Filipino President Ferdinand E. Marcos led an act of conse- cration to the Infant Jesus after Benediction of the Blessed Sac- foment Jan. 30. The closing rites started Jan. 23 with the arrival in Manila bay of tile Holy Infant's image from Cebu City, where it has been venerated since the intro- duction of Christianity by six Augustinians, 400 years ago. McCollum was co-hostess. Mrs. Vincent Sokora pre- sented a program on "Every Woman Is a Business Mana- ger". She also read a note of See AROUND on Page 7 I Fort Immaculate Conception Head of Garrison Avenue Sunday Masses: 6:00, 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 and 12 Noon. Holyday Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 THE GOLDMAN Fort Smith's Largest Hotel The Fentress Mortuary 1805 North A. Stree) PHONE SU 3-6178 Fort Smith Arkansas Governrment Expanding in O.E.O. Birth Prevention Washington (1) -- A spokes- man for the Office of Economic Opportunity said here it is no departure t'rom previous policy for the agency to finance com- munity programs in which un- married women get birth pre- vention information. Where the OEO draws and has drawn the line, the spokes- man said, is at the use of fed- eral funds to pay for contracep. tires or drugs for the unmar- ried or for married women not living wtih their husbands. lie was commenting on re- marks by OEO director Sargent Shriver in which Sh]'iver noted that federal funds can be used for h)cal programs in which birth prevention information is supplied to the unmarried. "Anybody can receive infor- mation" on birth prevention under federally financed anti- Smith Church A.M. 12:05 noon and 5:30 P.M. First Fridays: 7:00 and 8:00. Miraculous Medal devotion--Wed. nesday after Mass. Confessions= Saturdays= 3:30--5:00, 7:30-- 8:30 P.M. Thursday before First Friday and Eve of Holydays 4:30---5:30, 7:30 8:30. St. John's Church 1822 North 8th Street Sunday Masses: 7=30 and 10:00 A.M. Holyday Masses: 7:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. Weekday Masses: 8:00 or 11:30. Confessions: Saturday and before ell Holydays: 7:00 and 8:00 P.M. and one-half hour before all Holy Masses. St. Boniface Church 1820 North B Street Sunday Masses: 6:00, 7.'45, 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. Holyday Masses: 5:30, 6:15, 7:15, and 8:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. CLINTON FURNITURE CO. 919 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith Phone SU 3.8281 7 to 11 Laundry & Cleaning h Covered Drive In Service TV Stamps -- Delivery Service 2309 Rogers  Phone SU 2-7407 FORT SMITH, ARK. Food Center Produce Exchange "For Those Who Care To Save" 1120 GARRISON Fort Smith Arkansas ,*Mizmmm mm FOR'[ S/VtifH OFFICE SUPPLY 16-18 South 6th Street HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICE FURNITURE AND EQUIPMEN1 Phone SUnset 2-031| Fort Smith Ark. I M BER I I ,r.,..:z,J',:,'c 0 M_PA J CURRENT ANNUAL .. DIVIDEND our savinq$ heedquerterl in Fort Smlff, u,ll i i poverty family grams, the spokesman He said this is no from the OEO's icy on supporting prevention programs. whether any now contemplated, he "Not to my knowledge." Shriver stated that erty agency in the will approve family planning prol nlore than a dozen ('()st of $500,000. Up to )row the OEO located $689,000 for vention programs some 142,000 persons areas, Shriver said. Use of government support birth 1: grams as part of the poverty has been a sial issue in the past yea Guide First Fridays= 6:00 and 8:1 First Saturdays: 6:00 and A.M. Confessions: Saturdays 6:00 P.M. and 6:45 to 8:00 Eve of Holydays and First 4:00 to 6:00 and 7=00 to Christ The King 1920 South Greenwood Avenl/ Sunday Masses= 7:00, 10:30 and 11:30 A.M. and Holydays: 7:00, 8:00, 9:3 10:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. First Friday: 7:00, 8:00 and A.M. Weekdays (School days), A.M. Confessions: Saturday, Feasts and First Fridays, 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 to 8:00 before all Masses. VAN BURENSt. Michael's Sunday Mass: 9:00 A.M. Masses: 6:30 A.M. and 6:00 JENNY LIND--Sts Sabina Church. Sunday Mass: Holyday Mass= 7:30 P.M. BARLINGSacred Heart Church, two Msses every S. 6:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. Mass: 6:30 P.M. DRINK f:ort Smit) ROY Industrial and Resideo! Erectors Free Estimates Ft. Smith Fa 1 SU 3-1216 HI l123rltllm I.ASS-LINi WATlllt ttl ml -, edt liel l=14 LUTZ BROS. SU 2-9016 2112 North "C" S