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The Mail Bag Congratulatory Messages Hail Honor Given Guardian Dear Editor:-- It is noted in tile May 25 is- sue of The Guardian that you have won the National Journal- ism Award. Congratulations to you and your staff for this meritorious accomplishment. The Guardian is a fine pub- lication and those of us, the de- partment of journalism at the University of Arkansas, are happy that you have received national recognition. A. W. Blake, Associate Professor of Journalism and Supervisor of Printing Dear Brother Knight:-- I was very pleased, to note  that your skill in producing the Little Rock Guardian was rec- ognized by the Catholic Press Association which named it as the outstanding Catholic paper of the year and I want to ex- tend to you my congratulations and those of the Supreme Coun- cil of the Knights of Colunbus. Luke E. Hart Supreme Knight Knights of Columbus Dear Editor:- Just a note from all of our Maryknollers here in St. Louis to congratulate you and your wonderful staff for winning the General Excellence Award in publishing The Guardian. All of you should indeed be very proud of this fine honor and we rejoice with you over this coveted Catholic Press Associa- tion Award. All of the Fathers here at our Maryknoll house enjoy reading The Guardian each week, and it is our hope and prayer that Al- mighty God will continue to bless you and the members of your staff with many blessings and graces in the years to come. Rev. William P. O'Connor, M.M. Dear Editor:- It was refreshing and reas- suring to read Father Boileau's pointed and incisive article on The Freedom Rides North. Cer- tainly of all that has been writ- ten on this iniquitous scheme, his commentary is the most in- telligent. It seems to me that this kind of immediate engage- ment in local situations is the type of journalism that Guard- ifln readers welcome... Congratulations upon your re- ception of the "General Excel- lence" award from the CPA. That makes us proud indeed. Rev. John F. O'Donnell Holy Souls Church Little Rock Dear Editor:-- May I add my congratulations to The Guardian and you for your award. Mrs. Mary Anderson Secretary Newman Club University of Arkansas Dear Editor:- Sincere congratulations on The Guardian award and all the other great advances that are being made under your leadership. Arkansas Catholics (.'an take just pride in their diocesan paper. Miss Anne Heagney Hot Springs, Ark. Dear Editor:-- Congratulations! and more congratulations! We are so hap- py for you and The Guardian. Mother Philippa Olivetan Benedictine Sisters, Jonesboro. Dear Editor:-- The staff of The Scholastican sends hearty congratulations to you and your staff On your re- cent award of "General Excel- S 8--THE GUAIIAN i i i[ '1 lence" from the Catholic Press Association. This award gives well de- served recognition to the out- standing work that The Guard- ian has rendered to the Cath- olics in Arkansas. We know that the future years will show continued progress and improvement in the content and presentation of news important to good Cath- olic living. The Scholastican Staff St. Scholastica's Academy, Ft. Smith Dear Editor: The Guardian arrived this morning and it was with a feel- ing of real joy to read that The Guardian had been selected for the "General Excellence Award". The Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada is to be commend- ed for recognizing the excellent job you are doing for the Church through the Catholic Press. It was time for your talents and hard work to be acknowledged. I read The Guardian regular. ly and find it most interesting and enlightening as the cover- age of news is so thorough. Again congratulations for this recent honor which you so de- served. Sister Margaret Vincent, S.C.N. Nazareth, Ky. Dear Editor: Congratulations to all those participating in. the publishing of The Guardian. The Top Na- tional Journalism Award is an award you richly deserve. Truly, I had missed your column, and it made me happy to see you back on page 4 again. The remarks you have made in this weekly column are quite thought-provoking and in- teresting. Sister Charles Adele, S.C.N. St. Vincent Infirmary Little Rock Dear Editor:-- 1 ! Congratulat'ons. Was I ever thrilled, when I got my Guard- ian out of the mailbox Satur- day, to find that the Voice of our Diocese had won the top journalism award in the whole nation! The entire paper seemed to Fr. Louis Janesko To Offer Jubilee quiver with . . . exuberance, make the reader vibrate in re- sponse, and add another facet of joy to the many-splendored Easter Season. It is food for divine hope, too, to see deser- ved effort being suitably re- warded in this world. For some time The Guardian has been growing more inter- esting and valuable. Dorothy A, bernethy Dover, Arkansas Dear Editor:-- Welcome back! We missed you. I read your column first thing and my husband never misses it either Congratulations on 1961 Jour- nalism Award for The Guard- Jan. " Mrs. Fred Ldart Little Rock Dear Editor:- Congratulations! Frank Almstedt Little Rock Dear Editor: Congratulations on complet- ing another year of broadcast- ing the Guardian Reporter. You continue to break rec- ords, this time your own. Sat- urday, June 2, will begin the 8th year that the Guardian Re- porter has been on the air. Please accept our sincere thanks for an outstanding job. We are familiar with the prob- lems involved in preparing and presenting 364 consecutive weekly broadcasts. This, in it- self, is quite an accomplish- ment. However, in your case, it is doubly commendable since you have stressed quality over quantity. KTHS has been the recipient of many awards. Should we ever be in the position to pre- sent awards for outstanding achievement in public service broadcasting, you will be the first to be so honored. Again, thanks and congratu- lations. Bob Hicks, Program Manager, KTHS Dear Editor:- Congratulations. I did miss your column. In fact, I always feel a little cheat- ed when I find a news story in. sorted in your regular spot. i enjoy reading The Guardian . . but please tell the Sentry to take it a li'l easier on ath- letics. Ed Hayes, Sports Editor Blytheville Courier News Mass at Slovac 'Slovactown -- The Rev. Louis J. Janesko, who is observing his 25th anniversary in the Holy Priesthood, will return to the parish of his childhood here next Sunday, June 10, to sing a Itigh Mass of Thanksgiving. Father Janesko, pastor of Holy Redeemer parish in E1 Do- rado, is the first priest ever or- dained from SS. Cyril & Metho- dius parish. Since his ordina- tion May 22, 1937, there have been a total of ten Religious vocations from this parish. Two of his brothers, The Rev. Francis J. Janesko and The Rev. John A. Janesko,.were or- dained, and a sister of the three Arkansas priests is a Religious Sister of Mercy. In addition to the four vocations from the Janesko family, there have been five other Mercy Sisters and one Benedictine nun from the Slovac parish. The High Mass will be sung at 10 A.M. next Sunday in the new SS. Cyril & Methodius church by Father Janesko, with JUNE 8, 1962 MARCHE CHILDREN HONOR MARY--Rita Sz tured here after she placed the crown of flowers statue of the Blessed Mother in hnmaculate Heart Church at Marehe. Shown assisting her are off and Mary Williams. Attendants in the annual ceremony were Victoria Bradley, (left) and Diane (right). IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CROWNING Marie Pruss is shown at the right of the statue in hnmaculate Conception Church, North after she placed the wreath of flowers on the 'taking part in the annual May Day ceremony were right) Valerie Sowell, Ruthie Huncke, Kathy Strack  ried the rose; Janice Hanle, crown bearer, Rose Wirges and Martha Rupert. A CATHOLIC WOMEN'S MEEI'INGThese are some of the guests at a meeting of the Western Deanery Council of the Little Rock Diocesan Council of Catholic Women held recent- ly at Homer's Cafeteria, Arkadelphia. They are, left to right, the pastor, The Roy. William K. Stanley Saranie is president Wellman, giving:the sermon. A will be served in the parish reception for the parish will . hall. follow the Mass Afterward a The four eighth grade gradu- potluck dinner, sponsored by ates of the parish school will be the Altar Society, of which Mrs, honored atthe dinner, Vivlan Mrs. Ferd 1 ...... - Very Rev. Msgr. seph Qulnn, pas Rev. James Bednar will from Grand Kni tar of the for having in Religion. TommY:' only