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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 22, 1974 PAGE 3 A R'ural A wakening These young girls enjoy the informal side of air "Awakening" during a balmy Sunday afternoon in late January outside SS. Cyril and Methodius Church at Slovak. They c;ime in many cars and trucks from Stuttgart, Carlisle, Slovak and other delta county communities. Another "Awakening" is scheduled for this Sunday Feb. 24, Bishop McDonald On CCCA Board Participation in the organization's work will give the Bishop an opportunity to join in guiding the development and delivery of human services in central Arkansas. Little Rock -- His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Community Council of Central Arkansas, Inc., formerly known as the Health and Welfare Council of Pulaski County. CCCA headquarters is in the Continental Building here. at. St. Michael'sChurch, West Memphis. The "Awakening" ILL Is conducted by the diocesan CYO. I bx 741 ,,00hurchwomen Set World Prayer Day Little Rock -- Church Women St Andrew's Um e ,ytnito. ........... - t d Methodist Whippoorwill Park, 8500 Mize a,,'u at Little fLOCK Wm Church, 4600 Baseline; Second Road. Services will be con- -''Or the local obser-vance of Presbyterian Church, 600 ducted at 3 P.M. in the -, world Day of Prayer Pleasant Valley Drive; and Presbyterian Village, 510 u t Friday, March l. The 9e will be "Make Us Pulaski Heights Christian Brookside, and United Friends G '10ders of Peace." ,, Church,At 12:354723p.M.,HillcreSt'services will Street.Nursing Home, 1500 West llth COncomitant services wi, be be conducted in St. Andrew's The World Day of Prayer ;U'nducted at 10 A.M. in Good Catholic Cathedral, ;lPherd Episcopal Church, 617 begins annually at dawn in the Louisiana. Services at 2 P.M. Pacific Islands and spreads [': 4 Ware; Cross Street will be in the Arkansas Nursing round the world, concluding ,r an Church, 1223 CrOss; Home, 4115 West16th Street and with services on Savoonga le Island, Off the Alaskan coast. nil)i Offerings at the services will oc( go into an Intercontinental be Mission Fund, to be devoted 'a largely this year to nil) rehabilitation and recon- ciliation in southeast Asia. rite rit ;e r8 00ARK- ASPHALT ROOFING ROK ISOulhern asphall tooling corp. I110 E. ROOSEVELT ' 501 FR 5-918"1 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72203 : aEEs,MON RED COAT TAVERN i AARON ROSS Owners Sir Loin's Inn is North Little Rock's newest hf steak house. The Sir Lein's Inn offers a varietyofdeliciousprime beef steak dinners. ! ott Will enjoy fixing your own salad topped with croutons :69 aad Salad shrimp. Three blocks west of the North Li'ttle Rock Holiday Inn. 801 West 29th Street, N.L.R." OPEN 5:30 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. post vNestled at the foot of Mr. Bethel is the home of POST I, INEs. Dedicating themselves to over ninety years of I Stlnctive wine making, th e fourth generation of the Post amily now brings you the most superb wines in the south- est. You have an open invitation to visit our "wine tasting" room and sample our exciting and delectable dinner wines and dessert wines. If ,'ou have an important occasion coming up make it an easion to remember with POST CHAMPAGNE." At POST'S we are proud of our CHAMPAGNE, available in White, Pink, and Pad. fiPOST WINERY Is located just one blocknorthof Highway 4 in Altus, Arkansas. A visit to our wineryeanonlybe aha Play experience for,you and a joy for us to welcome you. Table wines Dessert wines Altar wine" Post Winery, bTc. Strawberry Blackberry Champagne Altus, Arkansas To Preach Mission Father John Shroder, S.J.. above, of the Southern Jesuit Mission Band, will conduct a mission March 2-9 in St. Mary of the Springs Church, llot Springs. His topics will include happiness in marriage, in the sexual revolution, in the family and in the church, as well as personal happiness. Itis sermons will follow a 7:30 Mass each evening. Thereafter, refreshments will be served in the Carroll Room during a discussion of the evening's topic. Father Shroder. a native of Atlanta, Ga., and a graduate of Notre Dame University, was or- dained in 195:L Democrat Provides Background on "Exorcist" (The following article, captioned "Background on 'Exorcist'," appeared last Monday in the "Personally Speaking" column of the Arkansas Democrat. The writer is Dr. Erwin L. McDonald, for- mer editor of the Arkansas Baptist Newsmagazine.) Unexpectedly, I came upon some of the facts back of the supposedly true story portrayed by the controversial motion picture, "The Exorcist," as I attended the annual meeting of the S9uthern Baptist Press Association last week in New Orleans. Speaking to the association at its initial session, with the executive secretaries of the various Southern Baptist state conventions, was Archbishop Phillip Hannan of New Orleans, of the Roman Catholic Church. Archbishop Hannan, .who had. been invited to the meeting to bring official greetings, con- sented" to speak on "The Exorcist" at the. request of some present. Hannan was on the staff of his Chancery Office in Washington in the late 1940s, when tle original case on which the current movie purports to be based took place. He said that he had intimate knowledge of the original case and that the original story "was a beautiful restoration of the Easter story -- the triumph of good over evil." He describes the book and motion picture by the same title as "a travesty on the original story." He said "they pander to all the worst instincts, giving the devil the center place for so long you think he owns center stage." The original priest was not killed, Hannan said, and "did not suffer but experienced complete peace and rest at the end of the event, in contrast to William Blatty's popularized version of "The Exorcist." The original subject of the exorcism, a boy rather than a girl as portrayed in Blatty's book, is now 34 years old, married and with children, living in a Virginia suburb of Washington, Hannan said. Reporting that he had seen the full, confidential report on the original exorcism, Hannan said that psychiatrists had exhausted all efforts to help the boy and that hospital treatment had also failed by the time contact was first made with the Washington Chancery. Contrary to Faustian tales, Hannan said, the boy had not "sold his soul" to the devil, but "strove against the devil and was successful." The true story is a great success story -- a story of hope, Hannan said. The archbishop said the Chancery Office in Washington has made no followup on the case, due to its nature as a personal event. He commended the press, which he said has learned the names of the original participants, for "great' exercise of statesmanship and honor in refusing to reveal them and invade the privacy of their lives." I / West Memphis Guide / CITY DRUG STORE W. F. (Bill) SLAUGHTER 1701 E. Broadway, West Memphis Phone 735.1653 I i Citizens Funeral Home, Inc. 201 Pine Street West Memphis, Ark. Phone 735-1000 ]00Bank West Memphis of '"People You Can Bank On" 626 E. BROADWAY - 1222 N. MISSOURI 2728 E. BROADWAY * Member F.D.LC., .... i i SACRAMENTAL DAY Salmday, March 9, 1974 St. John's Caflk Center L/fib hcL Adt. A seven-hour-10 A.M, to 5 P.M.-course in religious edu- cation for religion teachers and parish coordinators. Taught by a religions education team from Rockford, Ill. REGISTER NOW: Tuition $15 [=  MILS., I ISS .. ADDRESS [ CITY AND PARISH I MAIL TO: Rev. John Riddell Diocesan Religious Education Coordinator, St. John's Catholic Center 2500 N. Tyler Street Little Rock, Arkansas 72207 *Arkansas Obituaries MRS. LUCILLE SIKES Engelberg -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Frances Lucille Bradley Sikes, 45, of Reyno was conducted in St. John's Church here with the pastor, Father Earl J. Booth, and Father John A. Janesko of Stuttgart officiating. Mrs. Sikes died in Methodist Hospital, Memphis. She was born in Randolph County Feb. 27, 1928, a daughter of Melvin and Frankie Lucille (DeShaw) Bradley. Besides her parents, she is survived by her husband, George J. Sikes; a brother, J. W. Bradley and a sister, Mrs. Melvalene Baker, both of Pocahontas. A Rosary service was con- ducted in the McNabb Funeral Chapel the evening before the funeral. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery. Pallbearers were Jerry Lindsey, Paul Dean Junkersfeld, George H. Dust, Don Thielemier, Loyd Wren and Chris Wren. JOSEPH J. D. MOORE Fort Smith -- The funeral of Joseph J. D. Moore, 69, of Dallas, Texas, who died there Jan. 30, was conducted here Feb. 2 by Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., pastor of Im- maculate Conception Church, service in the Putnam Funeral Home. Mr. Moore is survived by a brother, Jack Moore of Guthrie, Okla. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers were Harold McClinton, Bill Hen- " dricks, Henry Upchurch, John Paul Hendrieks and Don Smith. Ban Jailed Priest From Offering Mass Birmingham, England (NC) - - Archbishop George Dwyer of Birmingham has criticized the decision of British prison authorities not to allow a priest serving a 12-year sentence to celebrate Mass in prison. The priest, Father Patrick Fell, 32, former assistant at All Souls' Church in Coventry, in the Birmingham archdiocese, was found guilty in November of conspiracy to damage buildings and of taking part in the control and management of the Coventry unit of the outlawed Irish Republican Army LIRA). 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