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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 PAGE 7 Around the Diocese Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK Any single Catholic over 21 is invited to join. March 22, The 21 Club will ,t the home of Cathy Leding, SPRINGDALE W. Markham, Apt. H, at .lI. for a Mexican Fiesta. March 23, members will ir meeting at Holy m, Tyler & "H" Little Rock, at 7:30 P.M. Will be shown after the CITy SEWING MACHINE p- COMPANY AFF SALES & SERVICE neD.Siring--Ports--Supplies it,_ H.L. Steen, Owner "rater St. Little Rock FR 2-2507 Phone FR 2-2277 with "Saniton " 'eciate your business ROCK, ARKANSAS with "Ivory Soap" Members of St. Raphael's Altar Society met March 11 in theparish hall. Mrs. Gordon Boles presided. Mrs. Loretta Armstrongpresented an article on the visit to Pope Paul VI by Astronaut Frank Bar- man and family. The prayer of the astronaut on his third orbit on Christmas Day 1968 was read. A thank you letter from Boy Land was read. It was announced that the North- west Arkansas Deanery of the Diocean Council of Catholic Women will meet in Springdale April 15 at the AQ Chicken House. St. Rapael's Altar Society will be host. Mrs. J. P. McGetrick and Mrs. Armstrong served refreshments. April hostesses will be Mrs. Ray Kuester and Miss Ruth Me- darts. CENTRAL ing Service Air Taxi ta" Aircraft Ren I t Air Freight t Flight Instruction Air Ambulance CALL FR 5-3245 Airport-Little Rock OF MAPS ARK. lhe mUa $1.35. I/Z" to the robe SO. :U ZS hmdlin$, mailing clx. ' Fisherman's Maps , QuacMta BLake Coau, ay ' nlrlla Brake eGreers Ferry UY ALL 8 MAPS FOR $1.10- kluaJ Map 25 Plus 6 Postage FARRELL & SCHAER Ihe Print Company RECTOR BLDG. LITTLE ROCK MENA The Right Rev. Msgr. James P. Gaffney V. F., pastor of St. Mary's Church, Hot Springs, will conduct a "Day of Rec- ollection" in St. Agnes Church here Tuesday, March 25 fOr the women of St. Agnes Church and of St. Jude's Church in Waldron. The day will begin with Mass at 9 A.M. and close with Bene- diction of the Blessed Sacrament at 4 P.M. Fifteen parishioners of St. Ag- nes' joined in the observance of World Day of Prayer in the first Methodist Church March 3. The devotions consisted of non-sec- tarian hymns and prayers. Sister M. Maxine, O.S.B., sang in the choir and Mrs. Ruth MacDonald read a prayer. There was good representation of various faiths in the city. Following the services several of St. Agnes' parishioners at- tended a meeting in fellowship hall for the purpose of establishing a local group of "Women United for Prayer." CONERY DRUGS 540 CHAPEL CAP tlve Velvet Bow. Fancy Edge. Handy Comb Perfect for all Occ- grip teeth attached firmly on head. Avail- white, red, blue of bow same as handy clear vinyl carry- iICE ONLY $1.00 tax and postage.) Church Goods Store 7th., Little Rock 72203 rush me the following :f---Re'd, Blue, ----.--Beige. for order. to my account. ZIP FORT SMITH Ninety girls who are the younger sisters of students at Mount St. Scholastica College, Atchison, Kansas were the guests of their sisters and the college during Little Sister Weekend. Linda Fox, a senior at the Mount, was hostess to her sister Jan Fox, for the three-day week- end. A physical education major and sociology minor at the Mount, Miss Fox is president of the dr "e club, Terpsichore. She is also a member of the Kansas State Teach- ers Association. Linda and Jan are the daugh- ters of Mr. and Mrs. George Fox, 5210 Highland Drive, Fort Smith. SLOVAC Sts. Cyril and Methodius Altar Society met recently in parish hall. The opening prayed was given by Mrs. Stanley Saranie, and Mrs. Joe Lisko gave a bible reading. Plans were completed for a 4 Spanish Priests Jai led for P rotest Madrid (NC) -- Four Barcel- ona priests were sentenced to a year in jail and a fine of $143 for leading a protest demonstra- tion against alleged police bru- tality. More than 100 priests paraded through Barcelona on May 11, 1966 and gathered at the cathedral and at police headquarters to protest what they said was the mistreatment of several students arrested during previous demon- strations. The Madrid Court of Public Order (for political crimes)sen- tenced Fathers Antonio Totosans Raventos, Jose Dalmau Oliva, Ricardo Fernals Blancart and Jose Llusana Babet. The charge was "demonstrating without a legal permit." ] Deanery meeting to be held March 23. Mrs. Steve Lisko gave a leg- islative report. A Polka Party, open to the public, will be given Saturday, April 19 in the parish hall, proceeds to go to the Altar Society. A meeting to roll band- ages was held March 14 after Mass. The Rev. Ray O'Dwyer, pastor, discussed home teaching of the catechism, especially to younger children. NORTH LITTLE ROCK The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward N. Hinckley, V.F., pastor of St. Patrick's parish, addressed the In Conway, On Leave from Africa This candid photograph of The Rev. Joseph A. Seiter, C.S.Sp., fol- lowed him to this country as he recently returned to Conway, Ark., on a sabbatical leave. The photo was made by a confrere, The Rev. Joseph Kelly, C.S.Sp., in Tanzania. Father Seiter is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Seiter of Conway. He was ordained as a Holy Ghost Father in June, 1962. Altar Society at a meeting in the parish hall March 9. He praised The Very Rev. Msgr. Lawrence P. Graves, commended him on his appointment to the episcopacy and asked for prayers BRASWELL of his friends. President Miss Mary Ann Chudy presided and Mrs. John Zieler was hostess chairman. Mrs. Joe SEE AROUND ON PAGE 8 I BROTHERS Pine Bluff, Arkansas PINE BLUFF--St. Joseph's Church. 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