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THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 4, 1969 PAGE 13 retteville Parish Council Organizing -- Organization has of a St. Joseph's par- Rev. Edward R. Maloy, Cted as chairman until of- tere elected. He explained of the parish council two proposed roup elected temporary of- will hold office until a is adopted. They are Ed Froning, president; Hugh Scar- borough, Jr., vice president, and Mrs. Marie Bolt, secretary. A constitution and by-laws commit- tee was elected to study two pro- posed constitutions for presenta- tion to the next meeting. Com- mittee members are: Sister Ben- ita, O.S.B., Father Maloy, Ed Froning, Hugh Scarborough, Jr. and Byron Boyd. Mr.Scarborough was appointed chairman by pres- ident F roning. EASTER GREETINGS FROM Ceramic Art Center 1217 Rebsarnen Park Rd MO 6-7447 J. E. BARROW 1224 E. 28th St. FR 5-2481 HOUSTON ELECTRIC 1904 West 3rd little Rock Arkansas BALCH MOTOR COMPANY Oldsmobile Sales and Service 6th & Broadway FR 2-7273 LITTLE ROCK quality Built." Quality Sold! Quality Serviced LYONS MACHINERY CO. A MACHINE FOR EVERY JOB 4 Broadway FR 4-5006 Little Rock Institute Chat Engaged in conversation, from left, are Mrs. D. L. Edmis- ton of Tulsa, Okla., president of Tulsa Council of Catholic Women; Mrs. Ira Driskell of Atlanta, Ga., deanery chairman, family affairs commission; and Mrs. Chesley F. Gregory of Lafayette, La., vice chairman, diocesan family affairs com- mission. ANNIVERSARIES oF D]PJLR'I']ID PRIESTS Priests who have labored in the spiritual and temporal interests of the people of Arkansas m presented here on their anniversaries from s list compiled by Father Willies Beck lad am recommended to the faith. ful of the Diocese for remembrance In their prayers and Holy Mass. APRIL ANNIVERBARIS Ray. Joseph (3, Laughlin ...... 4-4-51 (Alunmus of St. John's) RL Ray. Msgr. Patrick Enrliht..4-10-.17 01ouorary Aluwnus of St. John's) Ray. M. MeGflI. ............ 4-10-95 Rev. John Hoendrop, 8VD ...... 4-15-$8 Ray. Meinrad Epp, C6B ....... 4-17-9.1 Very Ray. Fintan Kraemer OSB .. 4-18-35 Bey. Anthmy J. Wernhn ....... 4-19-Z9 (Alumnus of St. John's) Ray. Miehul Judt ........... 4--4 Ol-,orary Alumnus Of St. John's) Rev. Otto P. Buth)rbach ....... 4-Z3-60 (Alumnus of St. John's) Rev. IUchtrd Eveld, OgB.. :...4-Z4-JZ Rev. Josel A. King ......... 4-$'/-6'/ (Alumnus of St. John's) III Cause Introduced For Immigrant Nun Vatican City (NC) -- The Con- gregation of Rites has allowed the introduction of the beatification cause of Mother Mary Magdalenof the Sacred Heart, an Italian-born Franciscan nun who founded mon- asteries in the northern United States. Born Anna Bentivoglio, at Ftano Romano July 29, 1834, she en- tered the Poor Clares of St. Law- renee in Panisperna in 1864. In August, 1875, she went to the U.S. and founded a number of monaster- Ies and suffered "misunderstand- ings and hostilities," the Holy See's Press Office stated. Tom Caldarera Heads Ft. Fort Smith -- Tom Caldarera has been elected president of the parish council of Immaculate Con- ception Church here. Serving with him will be Louis Beland, vice president; and Miss Mary Frances Haney, executive secretary. A committee was selected to look into possible projects for the Extension Meeting Set Houston, Texas -- Two hundred American Bishops are expected to attend the annual meeting of the Catholic Church Extension Soc- iety Board of Governors here April 15. John Cardinal Cody of Chicago, Chancellor of the Society, will host the meeting. Bishop John L. May, president of Extension, and Edward Mathieu, treasurer, will review Extension's work of the past year. They are expected to reveal the Society's plans for 1969-70. For the past 63 years, the Extension Society has been the constant support of mission work inside the United States. Present activities include grants for the construction of chapels and cate- chetical centers, financial aid for priests serving in mission areas, education of needy semInarians and the maintenance of the Ex- tension Volunteer Program that trains and places lay volunteer teachers, nurses and social work- ers in the neediest mission areas. Lords Bill Euthanasia Bill London (NC) -- Britain's House of Lords killed avoluntaryeuthan- asia bill when it refused after a six-hour debate to give it asecond reading (acceptance in principle) by 61 votes to 40. The narrow vote does not, how- ever, indicate the fierce con- demnation from the peers of all parties and relevant professions, medical and spiritual. The private bill was sponsored by Lord Raglan (great-great grandson of the man who ordered the charge of the Light Brigade). It had also had a generally bad press, but perhaps the most tell- ing oppositionhad come from Cath- olics, who had learned lessons from their failure to defeat the abortion bill. They waged a sharp, short nicely timed campaign. On the morning of the day when the bill was due in the House of Lords the newly formed Human Rights Society -- led by aCatholic member of parliament. Norman St. John Sterns -- gave a press conference attacking the bill. FIRST AMERICAN NA TI ONA L BANK NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS MKMIKM oIr FKORAL O(POStT INSUANCI[ COFIpOATION Smith Parish Council parish. Members of the committee are The Ray. James E. Maneini, Mr. Beland, Tony Hug, Buddy Hendricks and Sister Mary WiN hemina. A committee was also selected to investigate different types of constitutions and by-laws and con- solidate one for vote at the next meeting. The committee is com- posed Of The Very Rev. Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., Kenneth Schmidt and John Farrell. The committee's next meeting is slated for April 28 at 7:30 P.M. Kempner LITTLE ROCK Downtown and Park Plaza % HOT SPRINGS A Joyous Easter from Toby's Hair Styling Salon FR 5-7341 414 Louisiana Little Rock 'State's Largest and Finest Beauty Salon.' ,.,. Without a Move Specialists In Child Photography 1115 W. 4th St. Phone FR 4-1746 CRANE SUPPLY COMPANY Nick Heintz I000 East 2nd. - Little Rock Easter GreetingS! % Southern Leather Co. 913 Main St. LITTLE ROCK Happy Easter! KRAFTCO Building Supplies 6711 Cantrell LITTLE ROCK