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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 23, 1982 Advertise in The Guardian Dedicates CSS Center Father James R. Savary, Director of Catholic Social Services in the Diocese of Little Rock, is shown after blessing and dedicating the building and mini- warehouses in which the CSS are housed in North Little Rock. On hand to assist Father Savary were Sister An- nella Willett, director of the center, and most of the volunteers who have served the center during the II years of operation. These include the following: Mary Arnold, Nancy Johnson, Mary Bea Itiegel, Ruth Gandl, Laren Baumann, Evelyn Cox, Lawrence Ehemann, Vera Ehemann, Mary lleil, Albert Semberski, Nancy Baker, Ruth lterr, Kathaleen Stimson, Nina Williams, Leana Dickmann, Mary Jo Riddle, Val Langford, Jim Callahan, Chuck Nestrud, Chaucy Dunn, Martha Serendyski, Louise Engel, tlenrietta Moore, Ginger Tuck, Fred tlart, Sr., Agatha Loveless, Coe McDonnell, Myra Boeckmann, Gloria Dunaway, Ed Burbage and Paul Boeckmann. The center serves as an emergency fund and clothing center for those in need in Pulaski and neighboring counties. APPOINT EDITOR La Crosse, Wis. (NC) -- Patrick J. Slattery has been named editor of the Times Review, newspaper of the La Crosse Diocese, effective May 1. II Administrator Named At Waldron Hospital Waldron -- Sister Donald Mary Lynch, R.S.M., has been named chief ad- ministrative officer of Mercy Hospital and Pinewood Nursing Home here, it was announced by Sister Judith Marie Keith, RIS.M., ad- ministrator of St. Edward Mercy Medical Center, Fort Smith, which manages the Scott County facilities. Sister Donald Mary, a member of the religious Sisters of Mercy since 1961, is the daughter of Donald Lynch, of Pine Bluff, and the late Mary Lynch. A graduate of Mount St. Mary's Academy in Little Rock, Sister Donald Mary has a Master's Degree in Hospital Administration from Washington University in St. Louis, Mo., and served one year of administrative residence at Memorial Medical Center, Corpus Christi, Texas. Sister Donald Mary is joined here by Sister Mary Lucina Edstrom, R.S.M. Sister Mary Lucina will assume the duties of Director of Pastoral Services. Mercy Hospital of Scott County and Pinewood Nursing Home became the second facility to enter the St. Ed- ward Health Services System Feb. 10. North Logan Memorial Hospital in Paris has been under St. Edward's management since October, 1979. The acquisition of the Scott County facilities is historic in that it marks the first time a county-owned and operated medical facility in Arkansas has been purchased by a Catholic health services organization. Recently, the Arkansas Health Planning and Development Agency issued a certificate of need for con- struction of a new Mercy Hospital here. The proposed building will feature 26 beds, all private rooms, and will physically resemble a wing of St. Edward Mercy Medical Center. Construction is planned to start in August, 1982, with a projected opening in September, 1983, at an estimated completion cost of two-million dollars. Pinewood Nursing Home will be redecorated and generally refurbished during the next six months. As chief administrative officer, Sister Donald Mary will supervise both projects in addition to carrying out her day-to-day administrative duties. AUXILIARY NAMED Washington (NC) -- Pope John Paul II named Father Edward Pevec, 57, rector of Borromeo Seminary College in Cleveland, to be an auxiliary bishop in Cleveland and also accepted the resignation of Auxiliary Bishop Joseph P. Denning of Brooklyn, N.Y., who turned 75 last January. 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Smith, Arkansas ., FORT SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY "Your One Stop Office Products Shopping Center" 812 Garrison 782-0311 The Coca-Cola Bottling Co. of Fort Smith 1600 Phoenix Sprite Fort Smith WELCH'S lf.PII 646-0571 : 182-1211 WE WON'T BE UNDERSOLD ,f Burns Flower Shop I PHONE 783-0223 i 619 SOUTH 14th STREET i FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS ! - =... S'cein Ft. Sn, ith : } I .. ....... ......... ................ SISTER DONALD Mary Lynch, R.S.M., and Mary Lucina Edstrom, R.S.M., are shown shortly being named to new positions at Mercy tlospital of County in Waldron. Bursas Get $9,8 Little Rock -- A total of $9,882.23 was received in bursa donations during March for the Seminary Endowment Fund of the Diocese of Little Rock, funds of which help finance the education of men to the holy priesthood. A new bursa was started in memory of Ferdinand and Johanna Boeckman with $750. A February donation of $5,000 was sent from the estate of Mrs. Leslie Leas, deceased, and was designated as "The Leslie and Cornelia Leas Family Bursa." The Father J. P. McDonnell Bursa received $5,150 and now totals $6,002. The amount of $2,720.23 was sent to the Msgr. B. Francis McDevitt Bursa, upping it to $14,163.23. The Rev. Adam Micek received $1,000 and now $1,175. Other burse cluded: Rev. Rainer J. Burse, $50 from the Kni Columbus of Mountain now totals $7,460; Memorial Burse, $25, Bishop Albert Memorial Burse, $5 memory of Agnes $5,072; Rev. J. Gaston Burse, $100 wishing happy feast day. Also, Msgr. James O'Connell Burse, memory of Hilda merebner, $10,700; Jude Burse, $7, unassigned burses, $12,031.57. Subiaco Hires Track Subiaeo -- David Shinn, 26, District and All-State junior high football coach at football and was Clarksville the past year, has the Arkansas All-Star been named head track In addition he set coach and assistant football records in coach at Subiaco Academy, for theC according to Father Benno He has coached at Schluterman, O.S.B., prin- High School, for three cipal, and at Clarksville. He Mr. Shinn will begin his been involved in coaC duties this fall. track, football and A native of Russellville, Mr. as well as baseball. Shinn graduated from Mr. Shinn also will Russellville High School and social studies at Arkansas Tech University. and his wife, Sara During his high school years, have an eight-month-old: he earned honors of All- Blake. OPEN 24 HOURS EVERI DA'i MIDLAND BOWL Kelly Hwy. & North 32 St. - 785-2551 I Knights of Columbus Insurance Life Russ Anzalone Medical Phone 501-646-260 Travel Rt 5, Box 613 Business Ft Smith. AR 72901 MR & MRS W.A. BRUCE & JOHN HALL BRUCE 782-6183 HEALTH FOODS "FT SMITH'S ORIGINAL & ( HEALTH FOOD: ESTABLISHED IN OPEN 10 AM - 6 CLOSED SUNDAY 123 N. 18th ST INVESTORS REALTY i 703 Rogers : Ft. Smith, Ark. 785-2851 Nick Nolte 452-4510 SERVING FORT SMITil AND SURROUNDING AREA Bob Nolte 782-5092