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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 28, 1972 ND Official Installed As Knight New York (NC) -:Edward "Moose" Krause, athletic director at the University of Notre Dame since 1949, has been made a member of the .Knights of Malta. Cardinal Terence Cooke of New York presided at the in- vestiture ceremonies here at St. Patrick's Cathedral. Krause was later honored with other new members at a banquet. The Knights of Malta, headquartered in Rome, is said to be the oldest order of chivalry in the world. It began as a military unit before the Crusades: Today its 8,000 members work with the poor and the sick. Ever Wonder ... .what the world would be like if there were no cloisters ...... where holy people pray for those who are too busy to get on their knees? I Deplores Confining Of Mentally III Indianapolis (NC) -- The mentally disturbed and the retarded are locked up not because they are dangerous but because their behavior annoys somebody, according to the dean of the University of Notre Dame law school. "These so-called patients are not dangerous," said Dean Thomas Shifter in a talk before members of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union here. "Even if they were dangerous, one might wonder why bizarre people should be locked up when the more devious and the more dangerous among us are not locked up," Shaffer said. "The mentally disturbed and the disabled are locked up because their behavior annoys somebody who is able to get them locked up. They are drugged or shocked into sub- mission because they refuse to act as a physician or judge or bureaucrat, acting under medieval standards, thinks they should," he said. Ymn' SOYBEANS to Farmers Soybean Corporation BLYTHEVILLE SHOPPERS GUIDE Reading The Guardian uneM tu,cU BLTrlegVllJ W. J. POLLARD AGENCY "Planned Protection" @ Phone 763-4553 Blythevme Ark. KEEPS A CATHOLIC I NFORMED 61 IMPLEMENT & MOTOR CO. MASSEY.FERGUSON I Tractors & Combines CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH VALIANT IMPERIAL Blytheville, Ark., Hwy 61 North What's New? Here and There 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 8:30 A.M. of the Monday prior to publication). NORTH LITTLE ROCK Election of officers for 1972 will be held at the St. Mary's Altar Society meeting at 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, Feb. 2, in the parish hall, according to society president Mrs. Barbara Kresse. Refreshments will be served. CROSSETT Holy Cross parish will par- ticipate in an ecumenical mission series beginning Jan. 30 with the First United Methodist, Presbyterian, and Gates Chapel AME churches here. As the theme of the series, "Christian Involvement in a Galloping World," suggests, the study will revolve around the impact and influence of the technical revolution as it affects Christian attitudes. Special programs are being planned for children, nursery through sixth grade, and youth, seventh through 12th grade. The Holy Cross Council of Women, according to its president, Mrs. Leo White, is undertaking the recovering of the church's kneelers. Money for the project was raised through a fall rummage sale. Serving with Mrs. White on the Council board are Mrs. V. T. McAllister, vice president; Mrs. Maudine Kordsmeier, secretary; Mrs. Peter Sch- wartz, treasurer; and Mrs. Basil Barnette and Mrs. Julie Collins, directors. Mrs Charles Grassi is immediate past president. Mrs. White also named the women to chair various committees. Mrs. McAllister will head organization services, Mrs. Collins and Mrs. Kord- smeier, church communities; Mrs. Schwartz, family affairs; Mrs. Barnette, community affairs; and Mrs. Grassi, in- ternational affairs. LITTLE ROCK St. Edward's Christian Mothers Sodality will invest new members after the 8 A.M. Mass, on Wednesday, Feb. 2, Feast of the Presentation of Our Lord. All single, married and widowed Catholic women are eligible for membership. Those Maria Guild of Blessed Sacrament parish. The Rev. Emmett Barnes, a teacher of the Old Testament at the Baptist Seminary in Lebanon, spoke about the customs of the people Of Lebanon. He also showed films. Mr. Barnes stressed that the Lebanese were well informed about world events. Guests included Mrs. Barnes, Sister Geraldine of Holy Angels Convent, Mrs. Ralph Hulk and Mrs. Martin Roy. Mrs. Bill Blackburn and Mrs. B. B. Bosche served as hostesses for the meeting. LITTLE ROCK St. Theresa's Altar Society will hold its monthly meeting at 7:30 P.M. Wednesday, Feb. 2, in the church hall. The White Queen Circle, of which Mrs. Martha Flynn is chairman, will serve as hostesses for the meeting. RUSSELLVILLE Mrs. Lawrence Neumeier was installed as president of St. John's Altar Society by outgoing president Miss Sibyl Gillespie on Jan. 12. Other officers installed were Mrs. Eddie Wesley, vice president; Mrs. Mary Ann Konzilman, secretary; and Mrs. Harold Hinterthuer, treasurer. Dessert and coffee were served by Mrs. Raymond Dupwe, and Mrs. Neumeier. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Augustine's parish will hold its second annual Homecoming Feb. 11 through 13. The Homecoming Kings and Queens will be crowned at a pageant at the Arkansas Baptist College auditorium, 16th and Bishop Streets, Little Rock at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 11. Saturday evening, Feb. 12, three basketball games will be held in the college gymnasium. The first game is at 6:30 P.M. A Valentine tea will be held in the St. Augustine parish cafeteria from 4 to 6 P.M. Sunday, Feb. 13. FORT SMITH interested should call Mrs. Fred [ 1 weweratFR2-3245" St" Anne High SchOOl's I Robertson Distribut|rlg Co. Sodality officers for 1972 were Spanish Department recently Blevg]e installed Jan. 5 by Father organized a new Spanish Club. Fintan Oldham, O.S.B., Sponsored by Miss Cher BUDWEISER, MICHELOB spiritual director. Mrs. Fred Hodelka, the club is designed to ' b Wewer is president; Mrs. Paul aid all interested students in BUSCH BAVARIAN Allen, secretary; and Mrs. Dan gaining insight on Spanish McDonald, treasurer, customs as well as culture. Committee members for the Members elected Friday, month of February are Mrs. Jan. 14, by the Spanish club to ANDY MOSES Myrtle Larrimore, chairman, serve as officers are David STATION Mrs. ClaraNabholz, MissMary Seiter, president; Jane Ervin, )WNTOWN SERVICE Meurer, Mrs. Henry Sprick, vice president; Carolyn _ ._ Mrs. John Matsek, Mrs. Carl Blaschke, secretary; and Mary Episcopal ions Use Dakota Cathedral SioUX Falls, S. D. (NC) -- The Episcopal diocese of South Dakota borrowed the facilities of St. Joseph's Catholic Cathedral here for the con- secration of Bishop Harold Jones, the first American In- dian to serve in the Episcopalian hierarchy. Episcopal diocesan officials requested use of 1,000-seat Catholic structure because they said their cathedral would not accommodate the large congregation that attended the rites. Catholic Bishop Lambert A. Hock of Sioux Falls, who authorized Episcopalian use of the cathedral, cited Vatican documents permitting such ecumenical endeavors. State Bishops Kidney' Donor00: Sough Little Rock -- Ina i'' obtain donors for .PloJ irreversible kidney f ,In Arkansas Reuional--. Program is making nj appeal to Catholics S make this "gift of the cording to Col. Heeg grants development a Owen said he felt pri!ro be of great assistancepr overcome a reluc donate healthy kidn cident victims due. association with s survLvors, a The developmen: observed that fail find solace in knowing loss has at least" others to have a full plete -life. Right now there rr Want Kansas than 30 patients in Ate.,, a home dialysis f awaiting the oppo.p We/fare Hike receive a kidney I Dialysis, using a kidney machine, pf. Wichita, Kin. (NC) -- The state's four Catholic bishops urged the Kansas legislature to restore cuts in state's welfare budget and provide sufficient aid for the aged, blind, the disabled and dependent children. "The current welfare system is unsatisfactory to the tax- payer, our state government, and to our poor," the bishops said in a pastoral letter published here. "It is im- perative that we work toward a more equitable system, but until this is a reality we must make the most effective use of the present structure." Issuing the pastoral were Archbishop Ignatius J. Strecker of Kansas City Bishop Marion F. Frost of Do(lee City, Bishop Cyril J. Vogel of Salina and Bishop David M. Maloney of Wichita. Saying that last year's state legislature did not provide "even minimal human needs" for welfare recipients, the bishops declared that they felt it was their moral duty "to bring to the attention of our Catholic people the oppressive condition of many of our fellow Kansans who are 'the poor and needy' of our state." The prelates said they were seeking legislative action "to 'restore the cut' in the welfare budget during the 1971 legislative session, and to provide additional funds to at least offset the increases in the cost of living index." means of sustaining.Wo patient with irreversf}u. failure. Home dialyecaa expensive and del Patients must three six-hour dialysis each week. must observe a often endure phy hopefully awaiting transplant. Neve because of this sent, they are able  full-time activities. Transplantation, affords a complete normal life. said, these organs is from accidents, who time but who face a: fatal consequence. The Arkansas Medical program position to dispatch team to any Arkansas to The program received a when a $1,400,000 received to expa transplant faciliti University of Arkan Center and to train use home dialysiSi training facilities.- Arkansas Baptist Center. Because of the gr$ remarked, the progr! the capability of S earing for most of t1191 Arkansans who c from the program.  tWrl.! n0lC FAVoirrrs PHARMACIES, JD NO. 3-12th& Fair Park 666-6319 J i Bopp, Mrs LawrenceZe., Mrs Hindman, treasurer LION OIL Kelly Sprimjfield Charles Hemann, Mrs. Mabel Activities now being planned  P T- TIRES Boone, and Mrs. William consist of hearing guest : DeJco BATTERIES Rohlman. speakers, seeing movies and  COULD A slides on Mexico, having Ash at 2nd St.,  presidentJames BALD KNOBAlbertof the st.WasRichard'selected SpanishMexiCangames.LiTTLEmeals' ROCKand learning 7 BME0 NK' S THI Parish Council on Sunday, Jan. 'i  YOUR THING? THE FARMEI00S 16. John O. Smith was elected A Memorial Mass for the two , secretary-treasurer. Little Rock firemen who were BANK & TRUST CO. Outgoing officers were killed by a falling brick wall Donald Freppon, president, and during a downtown fire Jan. 14 "'The Oldest Bank in Mississippi County" Joe Parham, secretary, was offered in St. Edward's The St. Richard's Altar Church here, with more than 80 THE BEST IN BANKING SERVICE Society bought a number of Greater Little Rock firefighters chairs for children taking joining the pupils and Christian Doctrine instruction Benedictine Sisters of the due a considerable increase in parish school in the the number of students. Mrs. congregation. Leldon Collins again will in- The Mass was offered Jan. 20 struct C.C.D. classes at the by Father Fintan Oldham to "'IT'S Our Business to Serve You--- elementary level, memorialize Firemen Jerry J. Jacobs and Eric E. Oliver. 7 Firemen at a station directly SUBIACO ABBEY --OUR AIM TO SERVE YOU BETTER! JONESBORO across the street from St. Ed- SUBIACO, ARKANSAS 7 ward's Church have long been , Home Office: Blythele,  A Day of Recollection is being regarded as friends of the planned for early March for parish school children, and the ladies in the Northeast death of the two firemen I--I'---------- ale------- -'mmsas-mlss0url Power "00;ompany Deanery, Mrs. H. P. Bowers prompted Sister M. Hermana, chairman, announced at the O.S.B., the school principal, to followers of Saint Benedict "That in all things God may be glO,. Jan. 18 meeting of the Ave arrange the memorial Mass In