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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 5, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese LITTLE ROCK The Catholic Business Women's Club of Greater Little Rock will meet at 5:30 P.M. Monday, March 8, at St. Andrew's Cathedral for Mass to be  offered by Father Joseph Correnti. After Mass, the members will meet for dinner at the First United Methodist Church, 723 Center Street. Father Correnti will speak at the dinner and Mrs. Maureen Snider will present a Rosary Travelogue. Mrs. Betty Jo Lock will preside. MORRISON'S BLUFF The Catholic Women's Union will have their Sewing for the Missions here Wed- nesday, March 10. Those attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. LITTLE ROCK St. Vincent Infirmary will begin construction on a four- story, 750-space parking deck for visitors and employees April 1, according to Sister Margaret Vincent Blandford, S.C.N., president and chief executive officer. She said the deck will be located in front of the Infirmary on a portion of the visitor parking lot. All visitors will continue to park in that part of the main visitor parking lot which will be undisturbed by construction. Construction on the deck is expected to be completed by April or May, 1983. PARIS St. Joseph's Parish Home and School Society will sponsor a spaghetti dinner Sunday, March 14, in St. Joseph's School Cafeteria from 11 A.M. to 2 P.M. Proceeds will be used to help pay for a copier for the school. "Here's #2 of my 17 reasons why H&R Block should prepare your taxes." REASON #2: Free brochure about the new tax laws. If the recent tax law changes have you confused, we can help H&R Block is offering a free bro- chure on the Economic Recovery Tax Act of 1981 We'll show how you can benefil from the new tax changes H&R BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE 17 reasons. One smart decision. "To serve as we would be served" OWENS FUNERAL HOME 5509 J.F.K. NORTH LITTLE ROCK 374;.0312 5tt4 Kovonough Little Rock, Arkansas Phone: 663,4118 00l'eb8 Bros. Sepldy Co., Int. Food Service Equipment and Supplies for eSCHOOLSeRESTAURANTSeCLUBSe HOTELS eHOSPITALS AND INSTITUTIONS 1501 Westpark - Space 2 Little Rock, Ark. 72204 P.O. Box 1299 Phone 664-5233 72203 l Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit- Highway 67 North i .i Collection Stolen At I. C. Church North Little Rock -- The collection for the Sunday, Feb. 14, 5 P.M. Mass at Im- maculate Conception Church, 7000 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, was stolen from the priest's sacristy before the end of Mass. Father John F. O'Donnell, pastor, is asking anyone who made a donation of any type to notify him of the amount for insurance purposes. He also is asking if anyone has information regarding the unfortunate incident to let him know of it. II LITTLE ROCK Secular Carmelites will meet Saturday, March 13, at the Carmel Monastery, starting with Mass at 10 A.M. Father John Michael Payne will be the celebrant and will continue the Teresian Lec- tures commemorating the 400th anniversary of the death of St. Teresa of Avila. His topic this month will be "The Seven Mansions of Teresa's Interior Castle." Following the Mass, President Frances Hart will conduct the business meeting. Guests are welcome. HELENA The Eastern District of DCCW will meet Sunday, March21, at St. Mary's Church, starting at 2 P.M. with Benediction. All ladies of the District are invited. At the November meeting, it was voted to have a traveling statue to be awarded each quarter to the parish having the most representatives at the meeting. The District meets four times a year: March, June, September and December. FORT SMITH There will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament Sunday, March 7, in the St. Anne's Chapel, starting at 8 A.M. and closing with Benediction at 1 P.M. There will be a pause in the adoration while the 10:30 A.M. Mass for the parish is offered. RETIRED ('RAFTSMAN -- Carpentry, cabinets, mantles, install locks and repair furniture. Joe Prause, Sr. Call 753-0514. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. APPLICATIONS FOR POSITION FOR EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR -- Applications are being accepted for the position of Executive Director of Catholic Social Ministries, Archdiocese Oklahoma City. Must have ex- perience in Catholic Charities, be able to provide leadership and direction to diversified organization and possess administrative skills, including fund raising. Required minimum of 5 years ex- perience post master'S degree in social work, or closely related field, with knowledge of human services and the development of public • social policy. Must be a Roman Catholic, knowledgable about Church structures and able to articulate .the post- Vatican II mission of Catholic Charities. Send resume, three references, personal statement of interest in position, and salary requirements to Search Committee. Catholic Social Ministries, P.O Box 1516, Oklahoma City, OK 7:}101. Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data fur- nished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors.) GORDON ltlTE, Lake Drive, Pocahontas, died Jan. 2. He was a member of St. Paul's parish, having been converted to the Catholic faith while a resident of Longview, Texas, in 1962. He is survived by his wife, Leona Hite, and three sisters. Father John E. Barnes offered the Mass of Christian Burial in St. Paul's Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery, Jonesboro. tllLDA BECK ZIMMEREBNER, 66, of 37 Daugherty Road, Sweet Home, sister of Father William M. Beck, pastor of Holy Rosary parish, Stuttgart, died Feb. 1 in Doctors Hospital, Little Rock, after a nine-month illness. Born in St. Vincent, Ark., she was the daughter of William A. and Lena Gottsponer Beck. A housewife, she was a member of St. Edward's parish, Little Rock. Other survivors are two sons, two sisters and three grand- children. Father Beck offered the Mass of Christian Burial Feb. 4 in St. Edward's Church, with six other priests in the sanctuary. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery, Little Rock. FORT SMITH An Area Parish Retreat for all parishioners of all area parishes will be held the weekend of March 26-28 at the Coury House at New Subiaco Abbey. For more information and reservations, call Julia Stell (452-1815), Bill and Louise Richards (782-0777), or Toney and Margaret Hug (783-7070). HARDY St. John Neumann Knights of Columbus Council No. 6969 is selling tickets for its Centennial Ball Wednesday, May 12, at Omaha Center in Cherokee Village. John Castronovo of Cherokee Village is the chairman. The A1 Pierson band, noted for its 1940's and 1950's dance music, will perform. FORT SMITH A new eight-week series of "I Can Cope" will begin at St. Edward Mercy Medical Center Tuesday, March 9, in the Ford Room Level 2. The programs are a service provided for cancer patients and their families and are offered jointly, with no charge, by the medical center and the American Cancer Society. For further in- formation, contact Mary Reith or Dianne Edelhuber at 452-5100, Extension 4400. LITTLE ROCK Knights of Columbus Council 6615 will hold their Centennial Pot-Luck Supper Monday, March 29, at 6:30 P.M. to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Knights of Columbus on Founder's Day. to have Past grand knights will be honored. FORT SMITH The Immaculate Con- ception Women's Auxiliary will sponsor a Day of Recollection under the direction of Father Richard Davis at Saint Anne's Convent Friday, March 12. Registration will begin at 8:30 AM. Sessions will begin at 9 A.M..and conclude at.2:30 P.M. Cost of sessions and lunch is $3. A nursery will be provided for pre-school children. (Bring sack lunch for children -- drinks will be provided. Reservations can be made by calling Jean Hendricks (452-1178) or Barbara Anhalt (452-3210). JOE LIBERTO, 73, of 218 North 7th Street, Fort Smith, died Feb. 1 in Fort Smith. Born Dec. 8, 1903, in Fort Smith, he was a Catholic. Surviving are two sisters and three brothers. Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., conducted funeral services at Fen- tress Chapel Feb. 4. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. SERGEANT JOSEPit E. AMBROSE (RETIRED), 64, of 4712 Clarendon, Fort Smith, died Feb. 2 at Fayetteville. Born Aug. 20, 1917, in Chicago. Ill., he was a Catholic. Surviving are his wife, Tessie Am- brose; three daughters, one son, two sisters, one brother and 11 grand- children. Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., conducted graveside services Feb. 5 at the Fort Smith National Cemetery. TAMMY LYNN BROUSSARD, 2, of Waldron, died Feb. 5 in an automobile accident at Hatfield. Born May 15, 1979, in Kaplan, La., she was a member of St. Jude's parish. Surviving are her parents, Gary and Patricia Broussard. Father Ernest L. Hardesty offered the Funeral Mass Feb. 8 in St. Jude Church. Burial was in Duncan Cemetery. LILLIAN E. GORDY, 97, of 1503 Nebraska, Pine Bluff, died Feb. 5. The widow of Thomas L. Gordy, she was born Dec. 6, 1884, in New Orleans, La., and was a housewife and member of St. Joseph's parish• Sur- viving are a son, five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. The Mass of Christian Burial was offered Feb. 8 in St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. MRS. LONIE NEWMAN, 82, of Scranton, died Feb. 7 at St. Mary's Hospital in Russellville. Born Feb. 25, 1899, in Scranton, she was a member of SS. Peter and Paul parish in Morrison McBr'a Continued tr events for CBS[ Father McBrien ! recipient of[ Magazine's outst/ demic-book-of-the-! rd and of the best-in-its-field ( Award. Father McBrii presentations wil lectures related tOy N of Vatican II on q and Judaism, 1 P'flAS 10; 2. Ecclesiologiver of Vatican II in Ecumenicity 3:20 P.M., Theological between Anglican Church Vatican II, 9:25 A, 11, and4. Impact on social missia churches, 1:30 p.] II. Each followed by a humanist scholar bring to bear the knowledge of his upon the issues, an audience period. Chairman of the is Father Josepll diocesan Justice and ordinators are P. Wood and Harkins. Registration will A.M. Wednesday, in Morris Hall. will be offered to theology, religion and endorsement professors. Registrations by sending name to: Ecumenical Laity Conference, 6011, Little Rock, 72216. Full-time (three meals and lodging) is $33.60 room and $27.60 room. Re meals or lodging dividual meals breakfast, $2.60; It and dinner, only for $18 for single double rooms. sent with the re paid on re door. Bluff. Surviving are a Jill I1__ daughter, a sister, seven (,,omp|e[e grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Fat- her Francis Zimmerer, O.S.B., offered the Mass of Christian Burial Feb. 9 in SS. Peter and 'Paul Church. Burial was in SS. Peter and Paul Cemetery• WAYNE SHELBY, 63, of Fort Smith, died Feb. 10 at Fort Smith. Born April 4, 1918, in Fort Smith, he was a member of St. Boniface parish. Surviving are his wife, Joan Shelby; three daughters, five sons, three brothers and eight grand- Major Credit  Acce l Bob peters Manager' children. The Mass of TRAVEL Christian Burial was of- fered Feb. 13 in St. 3901 McCain Boniface Church. Burial N. tittle Rock was in Holy Cross Cemetery• Phone BENTON GUIDE S0 FLAVORS SHAKES RUFF TASTEE BUITON Phor