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THE GUARDIAN, MAY 2, 1969 PAGE 3 Episcopal Ordination Scenes Louis Graves Reads the Epistle Lawrence P. Graves&apos; older brother, Louis, a Nash- Ark., publisher, read the epistle during the Liturgy of the that preceded the episcopal ordination. He was escorted the front pew to the sanctuary by The Rev. John Oswald, with him at the lectern. Plymouth--FINEST SERVICE ANYWHERE--Chrysler Let Our Courteous, Experienced, Factory-Trained Chrysler Mechanics Service Your Plymouth Dodge Valiant Chrysler ROSS-WRIGHT CO. Plymouth Friendly Hometown Fol 601 W. 4th, North Little Rock FR 5-0288 Imperial SCHOOLS RESTAURANTS HOTELS CLUBS LET US PLAN YOUR KITCHEN OR CAFETERIA b China m Glassware m Cooking Utensils- Ranges iihwashers m Tables- Chairs- Counters and Back Bars KREBS BROS. SUPPLY CO., Inc. 13 West Capitol Ave. Little Rock, Ark. Reading the Apostolic Mandate Msgr. Joseph A. Murray, V.G., chancellor of the Diocese of Little Rock, read the mandate, appointing Lawrence P. Graves auxiliary to the bishop of Little Rock. Bishop-elect Graves sits at the en- trance to the sanctuary, left, while the papal document is read. (White vertical streak in photograph is reflection from Cathedral pillar). Ordination CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 A. Murray, V.G., chancellor of the Diocese of Little Rock, The Rev. James P. McDonnell, pastor of St. Anne's parish, North Little Rock, another classmate of the new Auxiliary, and The Rev. Mor- ris Stritch of Memphis, Tenn., a nephew of the late Bishop John B. Morris of Little Rock, whose Auxiliary -- Bishop Fletcher -- was consecrated in the same Cathedral 29 years earlier to the day. One of the high points of the episcopal ordination saw the im- position of hands on the head of the new Auxiliary Bishop by all members of the hierarchy who attended. In addition to the con- secrating prelates, Bishop Vath and Archbishop Hannan, these in- cluded Archbishop James P.Davis of Santa Fe, N.M., Bishop William D. Borders of Orlando, Fla., Bis- hop Joseph B. Brunini of Natchez- Jackson, Miss., Ailiary Bishop L. Abel Calllouet of New Orleans, Bishop Mark K. Carroll, retired Bishop of Wichita, Kansas, Bishop Maurice J. Dingman of Des Moines, Iowa, Bishop Joseph A. Durick, apostolic administrator of Nash- ville, Tenn., Bishop Glennon P. Flavin of Lincoln, Neb., Bishop Frederick W. Freking of La- Crosse, Wisc., Bishop Thomas K. Gorman of Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas, Bishop Charles P. Greco of Alexandria, La., Auxiliary Bis- hop John F. Hackett of Hartford, Conn., Bishop Vincent M. Harris of Beaumont, Texas, Auxiliary Bishop Stephen A. Leven of San Antonio, Texas, Bishop Gerald F. O'Keefe of Davenport, Iowa, Bishop Victor J. Reed of Okla- Missions CONTINUED FROM PAGE I year in addition to your financial offering and your prayers for the mission work of the Church, please pray especially that the Lord will send laborers into the vineyard. ents Since 18941 IWyatt-Monahan] I George C. Wyatt I 1=,2, WR,G.T - ",TT'E ROCK I homa City-Tulsa, Okla., Bishop Maurice Schexnayder of Lafayette, La., Auxiliary Bishop Daniel E. Sheehan of Omaha, Bishop Henry J. Soenneker of Owensboro, Ky., Auxiliary Bishop Joseph V. Sul- livan of Kansas City-St. Joseph, Mo., Bishop-elect Anthony L. Deksnys of Belleville, Ill., and Bishop Christopher J. Weldon of Springfield, Mass. Three Abbots who attended were Abbot Columban Thuis, O.S.B. of Covington, La., Abbot David Melancon, O.S.B., of St. Benedict, La., and Abbot Michael Lensing, O.S.B., of New Subiaco Abbey, Subiaco, Ark. II Ill 0S l%:ld,,,v. ,.A,. ,TRE,T ),LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS LA$ VEGAS HOLIDAY 5-fun fulled days on the strip 4-nights at the Fabulous Stardust * see stage show in the Stardust Lounge * Meal at Plantation Kitchen or Palm Room * Lido Revue Dinner Show (Choice of Menu) $ 20 per couple by air from Little Rock /q.xcy 2813 Kavanaugh Little Rock, Ark.-. MOhawk 6-8065 EARN TOP PAY :' ::l<:iU ,I BEAUTICIAN ENROLL NOW IN ONE OP TItl SOUTH'S FINEST BEAUTY AND BARBER TRAINING FACILITIES. SHORTt INTENSIVE TRAINING. a Medern Downtown Lerdltils Appreved by Barber in Cssmelele- Air Conditioned list Boards, Stale Rehabilitations anti Can Accept Sfudoats Immediy Veterans Administration FOR FREE INFORMATION MAlL COUPON TO: [ATON BEAUTY and BARBFR TRAINING C[HTER 4It WEST CAPITOL FR 5-e211 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS FREE: Please Send Me Information About: o BARBER COU.E : G 0 BEAUTY COURSE I NAME ...................................................... ] ,aDDRESS ................................................... I crrY ..................................... STATE .......... i