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THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 20, 1969 PAGE 7 bOlOS&apos; hej0i St. Edward's Holds Seminar LS b0d' ,,prO' hr. Donald Martin, Hot Springs, right, and Dr. Vernon Glenn, Payetteville, recap material covered during a two-day worship with vel'" Sister Judith Marie, R.S.M., administrative assistant at St. Edward etWK b0' Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith. Dr. Martin and Dr. Glenn, repre- Sentatives of the Arkansas Rehabilitation Research & Training lllU' lwhq Center, have just completed a seminar at St. Edward, dealing with ^ therapist empathy, genuineness and warmth. The special workshop I as designed for hospital department heads and members of the i i hospital administration. What's Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- tions in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK A delegation of members, wives and families from the Serra Club of Greater Little Rock will jour- ney to Houston, Texas to attend the E7th Annual Serra International Convention June 23-25. The Serra Club is an organiza- tion of Catholic laymen whose purpose is to encourage religious vocations and to assist persons pursuing these vocations. The Little Rock group will be headed by Mr. and Mrs. Stanley M. Gray. Gray is president of the local club. The club's vice president in charge of vocational activities, J. Edward Smith and Mrs. Smith will also attend. Oth- er Little Rock delegates will in- clude Edward B. Dillon, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gilmore, Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hart- mann; Mr. and Mrs. William D. Thompkins; and Dr. and Mrs. G. Thomas Jansen. The Jansens will be accompanied by their five children. The convention will be head- i y Church, two Masses every Sunday at 6:30 and 8:15 A.M. Holyday Mass: 8:00 A.M. and 6:30 P.M. CLINTON FURNITURE CO. 919 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith Phone SU 34281 The Fentress Mortuary Eve of Holydays and First Fri- days: 4:00 to 6:00 and 7:00 to 8:45 P.M. do![ ,[d of Garrison Avenue. Sunday Lses, 6:00, 7:30, 9:00, 10:30 12 Noon. Holyday Masses, ! and 8:00 A.M. 12:05 and ou r *'"0 P.M. First Fridays, 7:00 ;ed  8:00. Miraculous Medal de- sts m_ [,on, Wednesday after Mass. a" '!essions; Saturdays, 3:30-5:00, :$ - 8:30 P.M. Thursday before :i: St Friday and Eve of Holy- life 501 S 4:30-5:30, 7:30-8:30. .ite he il '. JOHN'S CHAPEL, 1822 m" tth 8th Street. Sunday Mass: M. Confessions before that nd Holyday Mass 7:30 P.M. ,a 10 * * * :he .,. T. BONIFACE CHURCH, 1820 " ,Pith B Street. Sunday Masses: in /00, 7:45, 9:30 and 11:00 A.M. ,s <i[!Yday Masses: 5:30, 6:15, 7:15 ) i: ri 8:30 A.M. and 7:00 P.M. First c. tys: 6:00 and 8:00 A.M. First s i][tlrdays: 6:00 and 8:00 A.M. y |tessions: Saturdays 4:00 to .V. 4t 4t CHRIST THE KING, 1920 South Greenwood Avenue, Sunday Masses: 7:00, 8:00, 9:30, 10:30 and 11:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. Holydays: 7:00, 8:00, 9:30 and 10:30 A.M. and 5:30 P.M. First Friday: 7:00, 8:00 and 11:25 A.M. Weekdays (School days) 1h25A.M. Confessions: Saturday, Vigil of Feasts and First Fridays, 4:30 to 5:00 P.M. and 7:00 to 8:00 P.M. and before all Masses. VAN BUREN, St. Michael's Church. Sunday Mass: 9:00 A.M. Holyday Masses: 6:30 A.M. and 6:00 P.M. JENNY LIND. Sts Sabina and Mary Church. Sunday Mass;lh00 A.M. Holyday Mass; 7:30 P.M. 1805 North A. Street PHONE SU 3-6178 Fort Smith Arkansas PLUMBING HEATING CONTRACTING REPAIRING Residential -- Commercial Automatic Control Specialists Bender Brothers Food Center Produce Exchange "For Those Who Care To Save" 1120 GARRISON IIort Smith Arkansas 432 Albert Pike-Fort Smith SUnset 2.1430 AMERICA'S FINEST CARPET MOHAWK - LEES Alford's FOREST PRODUCTS COMPANY Est. 188g The House of Carpets 1020 LenTon DIAL SU 2-616 Fort Smith, Ark. LUMBER AND BUILDING SUPPLIES 1100.1300 Wheeler Aven.e Phone SU 2-7208 Fort Smith, Arkansas JAKE GRAMLICH. Manager ARKANSAS VALLEY INSURANCE COMPANY INSURANCE -- REAL ESTATE -- HOME LOANS Clarence M. Sharum - Insurance Chas. L. Keck . Home Loans 615 GARRISON AVE. FORT SMITH Phone SU 3-1114 quartered at Houston's Sham- rock-Hilton Hotel and is expected to attract several thousand SeT- raas and their families from over 900 Serra Clubs throughout the world. AIR BASE Members of the Altar and Ro- sary Society at the Little Rock Air Force Base had apicniclunch- eon meeting at the home of Mrs. David Kauffman, 105 Massachu- setts, June 6. Other hostes- ses were Mrs. David Hart and Mrs. G. R. Lane. Chaplain Charles LaVerde cel- ebrated Mass in the home. Roy Kumpe, a member of the board of directors for the Arkan- sas Enterprises for the Blind, was guest speaker. He showed a film entitled "Pathways to a New Life" which was filmed at the center showing trainees as they make a psychological, so- cial, and vocational prepara- tion for life in the sighted com- munity. Farewells were said to Mrs. John McCormack and Mrs. David Hart who will be leaving soon. Door prizes of picnic items were won by Mrs. Pat Harris and Mrs. LanT Smith. The Parish Family Life picnic was again held at Springhill Farm June 8. The day began with a Folk Mass concelebrated by His Excellency Auxiliary Bishop Law- fence Graves, Msgr. James E. O'Connell and Msgr. Francis X. Murphy. Many parishioners and friends enjoyed the food and country atmosphere. Games for the children and a ballgame between the Catholic Airmen's Group and the Men's Group highlighted the afternoon. JONESBORO Officers of the Northeastern Deanery, Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, met here re- cently in Blessed Sacrament par- ish hall. Plans were discussed for summer deanery socials for each month during vacation per- iod. LITTLE ROCK Members of St. Francis Frater- nity, Third Order of St. Francis, will assemble for a monthly con- ference in Our Lady of GoodCoun- sel Church at 3 P.M. this Sunday, June 22. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Members of The 21 Club will gather at the home of Barbara Tucker, 217, East "G" Street, Park Hill, here tomorrow night, June 21 for an "Oldies but Good- ies" party. Time is 8 o'clock. Members are asked to bring old rock and roll records as well as new ones. On Sunday, June 22, members will assemble in the auditorium of Our Lady of the Holy Souls School for a general meeting at 7:30 P.M. PINE BLUFF Miss Agnes Moran was installed as grand regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, Court Our Lady of Victory, here in Galla- gher Hall recently with 60 members and gnestsin attendance. Other officers inducted with her were Miss Josephine Russo, vice New Grand Regent Mrs. Stewart M. Perrin, above, of Holy Souls parish has been named grand regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Court, Little Rock. Officers who will serve with her are Mrs. Joe P. Wahlgreen, ST., of Holy Soulsparish, vice grand regent; Mrs. Floyd L Pumph- rey of Good Counsel parish, prophetess; Mrs. George Lucas of Holy Souls, lecturer; Mrs. Oscar J. Oswald of Good Coun- sel, monitor; Mrs. Estelle Forst of St. Edward's, histor- ian; Mrs. James Diaz of St. Jude's, Jacksonville, financial secretary; Miss Marie Kear- ney of St. Andrew's, treasur- er; Miss Mathilda Berg of Good Counsel, sentinel; and Mrs. LesSer Fellhauer of Good Counsel and Mrs. Charles Emrick of Holy Souls, trustees. Installation ceremonies will be conducted by Mrs. Leo Krebs, district deputy, at afinal meeting of the year, Sunday, June 22 at 2 P.M. in Knights of Columbus Hall, 215 East Ninth. Mrs. Emrick, retiring grand regent, will preside. Following the installation ceremonies a tea will be held with Mrs. Jos- eph Beck, Miss Betty Knoedl and Mrs. Thelma Wasem as hostesses. The first fall meet- ing is slated for September 21. grand regent; Mrs. Charles Fallla, prophetess; Mrs. 17. F. McGrath, financial secretary; Mrs. Gilbert Redelman, histor- ian; Mrs. Wiley Mitchell, Jr., treasurer; Mrs. Wayne Holland, monitor; Mrs. B. J. Sanders, sentinel; Mrs. Wirt Franklin, lecturer; Mrs. Ed Karlovic, or- ganist; and Mrs. Robert E. Locke and Mrs. Joe Tortorich, trustees for three years. Installation services were con- ducted by Mrs. Johnny Turchi, state secretary, assisted by Mrs. Robert Dempsey, Jr., acting dis- trict deputy. A social hour ton lowed with Mrs. Steve Foti chairman. iii Japan's Abortion Law Under Fire Tokyo (NC) -- A mounting drive for the amendment of Je- t'art's permissive abortion law made another step forward as a petition seeking repeal of the ex- isting legislation was received in the Diet (parliament). The country's abortion law, enacted in 1948 during the U.S. occupation and amended in 1949 and 1952, legalizes abortion al- most on demand and has gained for Japan the reputation of an "abortion paradise." Under the law an average of two to three million abortions are performed in this country annually. The petition, presented toSpea- ker of the House of Councillors Shigemunel in the presence of other influential members of the Diet, was signed by 336,355 citi- zens.