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Hug High School to Graduate 112 S,eniors . Next Friday Carfagno Zell Air Travelers Given, :e Dispensations 'mas City, Me. (E)--For the years Catholics travel- on Trans Worhl Airlines will be able to cat meat and all other days without breaching regulations. )ensaticm from the ab- ce regulations was obtain- the Holy See through Charles It. Helmsing of sas City-St. Joseph at the est of A.R. D'Agostino, dining service manager. of 'rWA opera- :is located in this city. official of the Vatican unt Graduates Honored ,mnae Tea Rock -- The 1964 grad- of Mount St. Mary's consisting of 100 ladies, will be honored next Sunday, May 24, )P.M. in the academy's dining room. Honored also members of the Silver Class of 1939 who from Mount St. 25 years ago. tea is given annually by Association of Mrs. Bo.bbie Itudgens is President. Diane Seredynski, an graduate of the 1964 Will give the plea for ad- n into the Alumnae As- in behalf of the ether Iler sister, Miss Mar- Newport The Daily Independent Indelmndent SITED 901 -- 2 out o[ 3 Jackson Countians THE 'INDEPENDENT Congregation of the Council confirmed the dispensation granted March 12, explaining it was because of dift'iculties in- volved in preparing two in- flight menus, one for Catholics and anc,ther for non-Catholics. (Though the dispensation was granted specifically to TWA at their request, the congregation. spokesman said any other air- line company may apply for a similar privilege if desired.) "I am happy to inform you that Pietro Cardinal Ciriaci, Pret'ect of the Congregation o.f the. Council, has been pleased to grant the request of Trans World Airlines for dispensation from the obligation of abstin- ence from meat," Bishop H,elm- sing said in a letter to D'Agos- tino. "This privilege is grant- ed to Catholic travelers, crew members and employes when- ever and wherever they are served meals by your airline." A copy of the dispensation document was enclosed in the letter by the Bishop. TWA said miniature cards informing Cath- olics of the dispensation will be placed c.n each meal tray on Fridays and (lays of abstinence. tha Seredynski, will make the response. The.Right Rev. Msgr: Thomas L. Keany, academy chaplain, will give Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Arrangements for lhe tea are being made under the direction of Sandra l'ayne Donaldson and Gall Donaldson Zanoff, cc.-chair- men. Assisting with the plans are Susan Payne Smith, Carla Urbani Conners and Helen Bu- jarski Ferrill. Details of a planned trip to Washington, D.C. for the Gold: en Jubilee Celebration of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae followed by a visit, to the World's Fair in New York City, will be discussed at a meeting to be conducted by the president, Mrs. Kreulen. Keep Current Read The Guardian VAN DYKE'S "The Furniture Store" Apl -- Quality Furniture Newport, Ark. Phone SA 3-5110 BOWS MOBIL STATION 3rd & Hazel Phone JA 3-2440 Newport, Arkansas FIRST NATIONAL BANK Front Street lewpo,t Arkansas R. FORTUNE BEER COMPANY Phone JA 3-4305 205 Plum Street Newport, Arkansas Distributor for Schlitz and Falstaff Beer Several Honor Awards Slated IAttle Rock -- A class of 112 senior boys will be graduated by Catholic High School here in annual commencement exer- cises next Friday, May 29, at 8 P.M. in the school auditorium. Presiding will be His Excel- lency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher, and diplomas will be awarded by the rector, The Very Roy. Msgr. William E. Galvin. "TheWisdom of the Masters" will be the title" of the com- mencement program Which will include addresses by 1i o n o r graduates and music by the Catholic High Choir with or- gan selections by William A. Cheek. The top honor graduates who attained "A" averages during their four years of study at Catholic High School are Rich- ard W. Hug, James A.Carfagno and David L. Zell. Commencement speakers wi'.lI be Robert H. Bradley, Michael P. Fitzgerald, J. Dennis Mor- rissey, Charles E. Faulk, New- ton H. Kershaw and Paul A. Shellabarger. The graduates listed alpha- betically are: Ronald L. Ambort, Michael G. Baker, Karl E. Beckman, Leonard P. Bourne, Robert tt. Bradley, John G. Brainerd, Phillip C. Bressinek, RoSert V. Bullock, Charles F. Burgess, Michael W. Butler, James A. Carfagno, David J. Cassinelli, John C. Chartier; Joseph M. Correnti, David B. Cotter, Har- ry E. Ctinnock, Thomas H. Cumnock, Richard E. Dial, Michael E. Dullea, Roland T. Eley, Albert L. Elkins, Michael S. Elledge, Charles J. Enderlin, Paul A. Ezzi, Richard J. Fagan, Paul J. Fallen, Jean-Jacques Fasetaui Charles E. Faulk, David C. Fellner. William P. Finch, Michael P. Fitzgerald, James T. Flavin, Robert R. Fonck, William R. Fortson, Robert B. -Francis, James K. Good, Joseph W. Grabber, Hugh W. Greene Jr., William P. Hanson, Michael W. Harding, Russell G. Harrison, James R. Howell, W. Paul Huchingson, Richard W. ttug, Richard W. Hurdis, William B. Isgrig, James G. Jack, Paul A. Kenkel, Leslie F. Kerr, Newton II. Kershaw Jr., Ivan A. Iing, .lames W. Klein, James R. Pocahontas Boy Scouts Receive Awards Pocahontas -- Boy Scouts of St. Paul's Sehc.ol Troop No. 244 received awards at a Court of FI0nor held in the parish hall Sunday, May 10. : 'Dr 'Ralph :Ungerank, Grand Knight of the Knights of Co- lumbus, received the new Chart- er from S. L. Tyer, neighbor c.hairman. Scoutmaster Roy A. Fair presented new membership cards to each of the Scouts, and awards went to all ranks of Scc.uting. Highest awards went to Pat Fair, Matt Fair and Hugh Steimel who received the Eagle Scout Badge. A one-year ser- vice pin was presented to David Porter. Junior leader certificates were awarded Frank Baltz, Matt Fair, Pat Fair, David Porter, John Schmidt" and Hugh Steimel. Life Badges went to Tim Baltz, Danny DeClerk, Chuck Jansen and Drew Jansen; Star Badges went to Tom 'Mondy, David Porter and John Schmidt; First Class Badges went to Don Dust, John Lamar and David Porter; Second Class Badges went to Richard Blount, Rodn5,y Jansen and Frank Schmidt and Tenderfoot Badges went to Mike Dust, Larry Jansen, Bobby Lindsey, Homer Lindsey and Rcdney Wren. Reese Spencer, advancement chairman for the Osage District, presented the Scouts with a total of 45 merit badges they have earned since the last Court of Honor. Adult leaders of the Boy Scout program who, were reeog- See BOY SCOUTS on Page 10 - Kershaw Morrissey Shellabarger Bradley Knoff, Charles E. Knowlton, Dennis R. Km'dsmeier, Michael E. Krause, John R, Larrison, Charles M. Lee, James R. Lee. Lawrence A. Mahan, Richard L. Marecek, John R. Martine, Donald W. Mattingly, J. Robert Mentgen, Brendan P. Minihan, Orlan J. Morgan, J. Dennis Morrissey, Micha:l R. Morri- son, James H. Newman..Mich- ael K. Niemet, Gaines B. Nor, ton, Thomas J. Nosal, Vernon A. Oberle, Theodore J. Oehrlie, Richard B. O'Neal. Thomas J. O'Neal, Raymond C. Ortega Jr., George E. Oswald, William J. Oury, Delmon W. Pitts, Edward J. Powers, Lawrence J. Pres- ton, Mark A. Priest, Gregory THE GUARDIAN Faulk Fitzgerald R. Quinney, Richard L. Rob- erts, Robert T. Rolf, Ernest K. Russenberger, S. Raymond San- ders, Donald N. 'Schmuck; ' Thomas R. Schumacher, Mich- ael W. Scott, Walter B: Scott, Paul A Shellabarge, .George P: Showmar, Eugene A..Sikora, G. William. Stephens, George J. Smith, Jam es E. Strassle, Charles R. Strozyk, Robert E. Stutsman, Patrick H. Sullivan, Steven C. Sullivan, Robert C. Tebbetts, Ralph M. Thomann, William H. Toland, Michael B. 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