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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 PAGE 9 tstanding Speakers to Address C YO -- Two outstanding both with singular ap- will be among Catholics at the diocesan convention of Youth Organization 2-4. Tex- "Year-old sophomore at )rsity of Notre Dame, who )resident of the C.Y.O. ction, and Earnest Larsen, of Grand Rapids, Mich., Father, who wrote book Plastic Jesus," and lrception and skill with Ople has resulted in con- for his services retreats for teen- PPy McGown and Father Larsen will be among the featured speakers at the C.Y.O. convention to be held at the Velda Rose Tower and Convention Center Friday, Sat- urday and Sunday, May 2-4. Delegations from parishes in all parts of Arkansas will attend the gathering, in company with one adult chaperone for each 12 teen- agers. Many parish projects are being conducted to raise funds to finance the attendance of dele- gates. Pre-registration is continuing. The fee is $5 per person. This covers convention materials, a Communion breakfast and a teen- age cotillion. Hotel accommoda- tions will be provided for $4 per person, four to a room. Pre-registration, enclosing the $5 fee, may be sent to Diocesan BEAUTY & SUPPLY CO Produce Co. Mike McGown Father Larsen Education Department, 2500 North Tyler Street, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. All who pre-register will receive hotel accommodation forms direct from the Velda Rose. Young McGown has had many honors. He had the highest grade average in his class at St. Anthony's School, Beaumont, was junior class president at Kelly High School, Beaumont, and i became student body president in touching the heart of every Chris- tian teenager. RIGflTSELL, BARRY, DONHAM, Inc. o W. Dart Cotton, President Insurance & Real Estate Vatican City (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has announced that he has crea- ted a fund named after his en- cylical, The Development of Peo- ples (Populorum Progressio), in order to foster the development of Latin America. He directed that the initial sum of $1-million -- obtained through the sale of real estate owned by the Holy See in Paris -- be de- voted to impoverished "cam- pesinos" or farm workers of Col- ombia "in the realization of the agrarian reform of their country, which we had the joy of visiting." The aid will take the form of interest-free loans for up to 50 years. It may be made to public or private institutions in Latin America. Additional contributions to the fund by institutions or individuals will be used -- when and if they come -- throughout Latin Ameri- ca. The Inter-American Develop- ment Bank, in Washington, D.C., will have the primary respon- sibility for determining loan pro- jects, but this will be done in con- sultation with the Holy See. Easter Greetings From ] I I J.II. Itumlen Son, Inc. 2005 East 17th St. Little Rock ] For more than a quarter of a century - providing the best in insurance.., at a saving. CROW-BURLINGAME CO. AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES FRanklin 2-5261 Little Rock, Ark. COLLINS & COMPANY REAL ESTATE -- LOANS AND INSURANCE 206 Louisiana Little Rock 701 W. CAPITOL AVE. LITTLE ROCK PHONE FR 4-2207 4!06 W. Markham Opposite Medical Center Phone MO 4-3821 PHARMACY Rupert Blakely & James Green Owners - Managers from your friends at Freiderica Pharmacies Cordial EASTER Greetings ARKANSAS FOUNDRY COMPANY Steel Aluminum Building Materials East Sixth St. 3115 South Zero Rock, Arkanlal Fort Smith, Arkansas A Very Happy Easter From Printing Plates For Every Purpose Day and Night Service Black and White and Color WEST FOURTH LITTLE ROCK PHONE FR 5.8266 PEERLESS ENGRAVING SERVICE $1-Milli0n Papal Fund to Aid Latin America Lion in 1965, president of Beau- mont diocesan C.Y.O., chairman of the Southwest Regional Coun- cil of Catholic Youth, attended the National C.Y.O. BoardofDi- rectors meeting in Washington in 1967, served on constitution com- mittee of the 1967 national con- vention and was elected national president that year. Father Larsen was ordained in 1965 and specialized in social studies at Loyola University. He did two years of pastoral work in ghetto areas of St. Louis and became active with youth organi- zations. Presently, he is assigned to St. Alphonsus Church in Grand Rapids. His sensational paper hack book reflects his skill in 301 Sherman St. his senior year. He was salu- /r -  ,i ,1024 Main St. tatorlan of his high school class, EASTER C;RE Little Rock, Ark. Little Rock Ark. and now is a sophomore at Notre ' i Dame, majoring in pre-law. He John Berg & Son Machine Shop headed his parish C.Y.O. aspres-  tdent 1963-65, was diocesanspir- 1201 E. 8th Little Rock ] ,, . .._,, itual chairman 1965-66, a voting delegate at the national conven- 707 Collins St. Little Rock, Ark. I TOWNSLEY TILE & TERRAZZO C0. EASTER GREETINGS I 218 Louisiana Little Rock Ark.