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-00rkansas Obituaries (ROBERT) SMITH King Church here. tory _ A Concelebrated )t Christian Burial was March 5 in St. Mary's here for Roy (Robert) Smith, 72, who helped tad furnish the parish and, with his wife, often l StUdents from St. John's Missions Seminary who religion in the area their summer vacations. .e nephews, Fathers Francis and John co, and the pastor, Father C. Cheney, were con- .ts of the funeral Mass. Was in Brinkley. gq' Smith, whose family ly farmed rieeat Hagler, ttgart and at Gourdneck, [ McCrory, died March 3. s born July 20, 1901 in =n, Ill., a son of Carl and eth Wilken Smith. He  St. Boniface narochial there. he was  14, the family [qto Hagler; Ark., 20 miles L f Stuttgart. In 1920 the reaved to Stuttgart and ears later to Gourdneck. f"[Years after his father's r. Smith, his mother, and sister moved to t ry, where he took work 'Chanic In 1932, with a r, he founded Smith rs Auto Parts. He retired 'l ..Years ago because of L b health. h 1933, he married Mary p - or- Slovactown. The Concelebrants were Father Paul Bujarski, pastor, and Father Martin E. Busby, chaplain at St. Vincent In- firmary. Father Edward G. Marley, C.S.Sp., pastor of Sacred Heart parish, Morrilton, was in the sanctuary. Mr. Hart, a former resident of Little Rock and Morrilton, died Feb. 21 in Biloxi, Miss. He was personnel director for the Veterans Administration in Jackson and had been with the VA 20 years. He was born in Little Rock, son of the late Adolph and Wilhelmina Schuster Hart. Mr. Hart was a communicant of Holy Family Church in Jackson and was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Alexia Welter Hart; two sons, James Hart Jr. of St. Louis and Michael Hart of Little Rock; three daughters, Mrs. Ed Hoyt of Little Rock and Miss Tresa Hart and Miss Susan Hart, both of Jackson; four brothers, Edmund Hart of Little Rock, AI Hart of Arlington, Va., John Hart of Tulsa, Okla., and Adolph Hart of California; two sisters, Mrs. William Gilmore, Sr., of Little Rock and Mrs. Harry Barrentine of Aruba, Netherlands Antilles; and six grandchildren. A Rosary, led by Father Bujarski, Msgr. Francis A. Allen, Father Louis J. Janesko, and Msgr. Francis X. Murphy, THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 15, 1974 PAGE 7 CDA Provides 540,000 in Grants Memphis (NC) -- The national" board of the Catholic Daughters of America (CDA) at a meeting here awarded about $40,000 in grants to programs in this country and abroad. The largest grant of $17,000 was made for campus ministry work and is being sent to Father Laurence Murphy, director of the division of higher education of the U.S. Catholic Conference. The 14-member board also sent a $10,000 contribution to the Vatican Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples to be used where needed most in the Church's missionary work, especially in the field of health. Interment was in North Shore Garden of Memories. Pallbearers were members of the Police and Fire Depart- ments of North Chicago and the Moose Club of Waukegan. (The following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television on the days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for @,dultsand Adolescents; A- III, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, :Condemned). SUNDAY, MARCH 17 recruited by the U.S. to retrieve (ABC) -- MURDEIRER'S a space capsule in the African ROW (1966) - Dean Martin as jungle. What the government Matt Helm, the poor man's doesn't know is that Hope is James Bond, who tracks down a really only interested in chasing kidnapped scientist, is meant to _girls. (A-II) be a spoof of spy-spoof movies. TUESDAY, MARCH 19 (B) MONDAY, MARCH 18 (ABC) -Z (1969) --This taut, intensely political thriller, given an award by the USCC motion picture office, makes its TV bow. It is well worth wat- ching even if one doesn't agree with the political message. (A- II) (NBC) -- CALL ME BWANA (1963) -- Mindless Bob Hope is cast as a space scientist (ABC) - MEN OF THE DRAGON - This is the first made-for-TV feature film of- fering a steady-beady diet of kung-fu martial arts. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20 (NBC) THE CARETAKERS (1963) -- Drama focuses on an unusual outpatient mental health center administered by Robert Stack. Naturally, the suspicion of the old guard at the hospital comes to the fore and forms the core of the conflict: (A-III) FRIDAY, MARCH 22 (NBC) -THE RED PONY - Rebroadcast of a fine dramatic presentation based on the classic John Steinbeck story. Henry Fonda stars as a gruff, seemingly insensitive rancher whose methods of molding his son into manhood are pretty rough. Realizing how tough he is on the boy, the man buys the lad a roan pony, which the son raises lovingly only to have the animal take sick and die. SATURDAY, MARCH 23 (]NBC) -- REMEMBER" WHEN--This is a series pilot centered in a California family's trials and tribulations during the Second World War, when four of the five sons are overseas in the service. VIRGIL POZZA San Antonio, Texas -- Virgil Pozza, a former resident of Tontitown, Ark., died here Feb. 22. The funeral was from the Church of the Magdalen with burial in Holy Souls Cemetery here. Mr. Pozza, the first child baptized in St. Joseph's parish, Tontitown, was a World War I veteran. He is survived by his wife, Agnes Bash Pozza; a son, Dan Pozza; a daughter, Mrs. A1 00orr'_ts School conducted by THE FRANCISCAN BROTHERS it !had two sons, Roger n and James Robert Smith. was recited the evening before Lange, all of San Antonio; two State Accredited Grades 5 - 9 LSVivors are a sister," the funeral at the Healy and brothers, Hugo Pozza of Ton- lll'adine Reinhart, and Roth chapel. Burial was in titown and Tom Pozza of Fort d rl,-' tners Oliver Smith of Calvary Cemetery here. Smith; two sisters, Mrs. Connie' ' .d Calif'., and Larry Smith Pallbearers were Leanard Caldarera of Fort Smith and Summer School Camp Write: Principal her.rY, and four grand- Schaeffers, William Welter, Mrs. Arch Cameron of Morris School Box 137 s-ak in addition to many William Margrave, Earl Oklahoma City; 13 grand- al. ,,u. nephews. Welter, Fred Margrave and children and one great grand- June 16 to July 13, 1974 Searcy, Arkansas 72143 lth made a generous Herman Kordsmeier. Honorary. child. Phone 268-8145 ;UUon to his parish last pallbearers were personnel of "- - ---- "- -"--- ..... -- , ,Ward the construction of the Veterans Administration at .............   pl Chch. Jackson. HORACE CROFOOT .... PHOTOGRAPHY PORTRAIT - COMblERCIAL - WEDDING 113 N. Moose Phone 354-3408 ;$F. HART Morrilton re Rock _. A Mass of ' I n Burial for James F. j, of Jackson, Miss., was !."'eb. 25 in Christ the Shoppers Guide FRANK R. GAISBAUER North Chicago, Ill. -- Frank R. Gaisbauer, 67, formerly of Little Rock, Ark., died here Feb. 24. A Funeral Mass was offered for Mr. Gaisbauer in Holy Family Church here where he was a communicant. Father Frank L. Staid officiated. Born Feb. 3, 1907, in Morrison Bluff, he was the son of the late Vincent. and Annie Deuerling Gaisbauer, and was a former communicant of St. Edward's Church, Little Rock. Mr. Gaisbauer was a retired employee of the City of North Chicago and a member of the Waukegan Moose Ledge. Survivors include his wife, Hazel; a brother, Tom Gaisbauer of Little Rock; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Schlereth and Mrs. Bertha Turner, beth of Little Rock, and Mrs. Elizabeth Sallis of Cheney, Wash. Father Smid led a Bible Vigil the night before the funeral. Block has reasons why you come to us 300rr income tax help. ason 3. We take all the time we ICed when it comes to preparing your eturn. We conduct in-depth aterviews to make sure we aderstand your personal tax 'ituation. And we keep all rfforraation completely confidential. 00=00BLOCI00 THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE i MAUS IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Sales & Service Phone 354-3527 Morrilton, Ark. ' I 00EHM BUILDERS SUPPLYI Morrilton Security Bank 1 l -LUMBER-PLUMBING I "xheeriendlyBank"'nii " ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES I i 1'.% Morrilt0n, Arkansas , ] MorrJlt0n, Ark. I IW'.=ll .... ,] BROWNIE Br0wl00: [ 'DeSalvo Pharmacy AN ALL ARKANSAS PRODUCT rT00! Richard DeSalvo, R. Ph. llP.,',-,JtlI Bottled by Lowell Southerland, R. Ph. ,Lt| 7-Up Bottling Co. Morrilto?, A . Highway 64 East Morrllton, Ark. J New Work - Remodeling - Repair  u ------ Morriltou Plumbing & Heating Co. HIGHWAY 64 EAST . 354-2052 . MORRILTON HERB" KORDSMEIER e PRESIDENT I Go. Crye - Gerald Lu - Herb Laux - James Loyd - E.F. $pigner ALSO OPERATING GREER'S Home of Fine Clothing for Men and Women Henry Rohlman, Jr. Phone 354 -3180 Morrilton, Ark. ii i  i TheFirstStateBankllMOBLEYCONSTRUCTlONCOelnc. i '" LITTLE BY LITTLE READY MIXED CONCRETE ADDS UP TO A LOT! SAND AND GRAVEL , Save systematically MORRILTON, ARK. - PHONE 354-3617 - 354-4019 in an account here. DardaneHe, Ark. PLANTS AT Russellville, Ark. W' .''Member F.D.LC. MORRILTON, ARK. Newport, Ark. Clarendon, Ark. SELF SERVICE SHOE STORES MORRILTON * COIVAY - RUSSELLVILLE I SEE US FIRST" WHEN PURCHASING A NEVV OR USED CAR ALLISON FORD COMPANY, INC, Morrilton, Arkansas L. R. Phone 375-1477 Local Phone 354-4541 STALLINGS BROS. FEED MILLS I.AXAL PHONE 354-2444 P.O. Box 680 Joe Stallings-Aian Stallings Morrilton, Arkansas