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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1974 Ar <ansas CYOs Raise $4,0 12 for Leukemia Victims Little Rock -- Thirty-one Catholic Youth Organizations throughout Arkansas more than doubled their previous record of financially Aiding Leukemia- Stricken American Children (ALSAC), during the 1973 drive. With the final tabulations arriving at the state CYO of- rices here last week, the 31 CYOs contributed a record $4,012 to the ALSAC program at St. Jude's Hospital for Children, Memphis. Father Joseph L. Pallo, diocesan CYO moderator, was "flabbergasted" by the amount the teen-agers collected in their third year in the program. He attributed the zeal a great deal to Danny Thomas, who initiated the ALSAC program at St. Jude's, by his speaking to CYO members at the national convention last fall in In- dianapolis. The teen-agers of St. Michael's parish CYO at West Memphis led the way, collecting nearly a quarter of the total amount -- $950 - through a roadblock and solicitation campaign. Slovak-Carlisle, the 1972 winner, finished second with $565. St. Paul's CYO from Pocahontas was third with $342. Helena, in its first year in the campaign, was fourth with $272. Hot Springs was right behind in fifth spot with $270. Five more CYO's collected more than $100 apiece. DeQueen, the last unit to report, collected $132. St. Patrick's CYO, North Little Rock, forwarded $125; Lake Village $117; Rogers $113, and Forrest City $107. Other CYOs contributing ii STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST A Roadblock for Children Paul James (left) and Jim McDougal stop a Missouri motorist near West Memphis and ask for a donation for ALSAC and St. Jude Hospital at Memphis. The West Memphis CYO did all right. They led the state in 1973 with $950. GERALD NEAL 3417 W. 12th, Utile Rock 1 06 Ouachil'a, Plot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacltsonville Edward L. Hoyt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-08.34 Home 225-2713 included Immaculate Con- ception, North Little Rock, $81; St. Joseph's, Conway $78; St. Joseph's, Pine Bluff, $76; Jacksonville, $75; Fort Smith, $75; Christ the King, Little Rock, $60; St. Augustine, North Little Rock, $52; St. James, Searcy, $52; Holy Souls, Little Rock, $51; St. Edward's, Texarkana, $50; St. Louis, Camden, $49; Walnut Ridge, $43; St. Theresa, Little Rock, $40; Immaculate Heart of Mary, North Little Rock, $37; Paragould, $37; Blytheville, $36; St. Benedict's, Subiaco, $35; St. John's, Russellville, $26; Batesville, $23; McGehee, $23 and Jonesboro, $21. Mount Schedules P Iocement Tests Little Rock -- Placement tests for all eighth grade girls in Greater Little Rock parochial schools who will enter Mount St. Mary Academy here next Fall will be given Saturday, Feb. 23, at the Academy. Sister M. Elisa, R.S.M., the Academy principal, said the SRA High School Placement Test will be required of all in- coming students, who will make formal application for ad- mission on the day of the test. Parochial school principals have polled eighth grade girls on their high school plans in arranging for the test. Little Italy Plans Benefit Auction Little Italy -- The Altar Society of St. Francis Church here is planning a variety auction for the benefit of St. Augustine's parish, North Little Rock, where a new church building is desperately needed. Mrs. John Renda, the society president, said the auction will be conducted Sunday, March 10, in the Little Italy parish hall. Parishioners are gathering hundreds of new and used items to be auctioned, and con- tribution of other items will be Vatican City (NC) -- Pope Paul VI relieved 81-year-old Cardinal Jozsef Mindszenty of his title as archbishop of Esz- See of Hungary which he had held for 25 years in prison and in exile. The decision was announced in a brief Vatican communique which said the "Holy Father, after considering the pastoral problems of the Archdiocese of Esztergom and after an ample exchange of correspondence" with the cardinal, had decided "to declare the aforementioned diocese vacant..." At the same time, the Pope appointed a new apostolic administrator for Esztergom who is directly responsible to the Holy See. In a letter to Cardinal Mind- szenty, Pope Paul spoke of "the many examples of virtue which you have given the entire Catholic family for so many years." The "grieveous sufferings'! endured by the cardinal under the communist regime were described by the Pope as a "crown of thorns., no less precious than your faithfulness to the Church of Christ." Cardinal Mindszenty issued a statement in Vienna Feb. 7, saying he had not voluntarily resigned from office. Vatican press spokesman Federico Alessandrini read a comment on the cardinal's statement which said, "It is exact, and the communique made public the same day (Feb. 5) does not conceal it, that the Pope, after having expressed with confidence his thoughts to the venerated archbishop through a repeated exchange of personal letters, did not wish to burden the soul of that ar- chbishop with a decision which he himself (Mindszenty) did not feel able to make and which His Fort Smith Nurses Promoted Mrs. Jean Brooks, R.N., seated, is the new clinical dir of nurses at St. Edward Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith, has been succeeded as the hospital's area supervis nursing by Sharon Rogers, R.N., pictured with her a Mrs. Brooks succeeds Mrs. Mary Koenigseder, R.N., recently retired. The new area supervisor is the fo head nurse for geriatrics and pediatrics. 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The claim by Cardinal Mindszenty tothe archbishopric stacle in the negotiations bet- ween the Holy See and the communist Hungarian government, which has feared the cardinal's continued link with Hungary as a possible rallying point for its opponents. The Vatican press office published the letter written by Pope Paul to the cardinal, dated Jan. 30, 1974, in which the Pope declared: "On the eve of the publication of those important measures which we have adopted after having evaluated the cir- cumstances at length, solely in view of the pastoral interest of several dioceses of Hungary -- among which the Church of Ezstergom is outstanding -- we keenly desire to reiterate to you, our most beloved and venerated brother, our great benevolence and fatherly esteem." welcomed, Mrs. Renda said. hospital administrator. (Glenn Trembley Photo) itt po Pope Retires Ca rdinal Mindszenty as Hunga rian The "several dioceses" further appointment of ad- agreement has not YVi L referred to by the papal letter ministrators rather than reached between the r are those for which ap- bishops indicates that full and Hungary. 1) pointments were also an- )i tergom, thus severing his nounced Feb. 5.  connection with the primatial of Esztergom has been an ob- The new appointments -- _ ....... lllrt ur beautiful (l-lAl)id