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PAGE 8 = E1 Dorado's First Communion Class Children of Holy Redeemer parish in El Dorado received their first Holy Communion recently. They are pictured with their pastor, The Very Rev. Joseph N. Doyle, V.F. They are, from the left, Stephen Brewer, Michelle Moellers, Susan Finch, Diane Cambell, Jim Plummer and Stephen Thomey. Sister Mary U/erner To Head Spa Hospital Hot Springs -- Sister Mary Werner, R.S.M., who is associate administrator of St. Joseph's Hos- pital here, will become adminis- trator of the hospital effective July 1. She replaces Sister Mary Cyril- lus, R.S.M., who has been admin- istrator since August, 1966, and who has been assigned to St. John's Hospital, Springfield, Me., where she will serve as obstetrical su- pervisor. Sister Mary Cyrillus received her training as a nurse at St. Joseph's and her degree from Incarnate Word College, San Antonio. Before coming to St. Joseph's, Sister Mary Werner was business manager of St. Edward Mercy Hospital, Fort Smith, for seven years. She taught in the schools of the Sisters of Mercy through- out Arkansas for the first 10 years of her religious life, after which she received two years of nurses' training, obtained a B.S. Degree in Business Administration from Little Rock University and a Master's Degree in Hospital Ad- ministration from St. Louis University. THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 20, 1969 Cardinal Carberry Won't Tolerate Mass Disruptions St. Louis (NC) -- John Cardinal Carberry of St. Louis has told Catholics he "cannot and will not condone planned interference or disruption of the sacred acts of worship" in the archdiocese. Speaking at a press conference here, the cardinal announced spe- cific guidelines for priests in dealing with church demonstra- tions and released a pastoral let- ter read at all Sunday Masses in the archdiocese. About two dozen militants dem- onstrated at St. Louis cathedral's noon Mass on June 8. Using a battery-powered bullhorn, the the St. Louis group demanded archdiocese act as a non-profit bonding agency for poor people and publish a list of "all slum pro- perty" owned by the archdiocese. The demonstrators threatened to defile consecrated bread and wine at future demonstrations in symbolic protests such as "spitting in the Communion cup." In his pastoral letter, Cardinal Carberry said: "My responsibility as the spiritual leader of the Catholic people of this archdiocese obliges me to state unhesitatingly and without fear that we cannot and will not condone planned interference or disruption of the sacred acts of worship." In his letter, Cardinal Carberry also stressed that the archdiocese "cannot and will not tolerate blas- phemous threats against the most holy Blessed Sacrament." , The cardinal, in guidelines for Church Guide J '"c '- Pine Bluff oo,,,,,.o.,, said: "Permission to speak in church during religious services is not to be granted; the same holds true for distribution of literature," Cardinal Carberry PINE BLUFF St Joseph s Church Sunday Masses, said priests could still allow 6:00, 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Holyday Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. St. Peter's Church. Sunday Mass: 9:00 a.rn. Holyday Mass: 7:00 p.m. St. Raphael's Church. Sunday Mass: 5=00 p.m. Holyday Mass: 5:00 p.m. demonstrators to speak before or after the service. The second guideline said that during demonstrations, priests should attempt to remain calm and to keep the congregation calm. But, the cardinal continued, "if, in the judgment of the priest, a serious disturbance has been created, he should not hesitate to call the police." When asked what he meant by a "serious distur- bance," the cardinal explained he Missouri Kills GATHRIGHTI v,.,,.o,,..-I Effort to Reform Abortion Statute ! IRA FOSTER OIL CO. PINE BLUFF, ARK. PHONE JE 4-0191 Jobber. HULSE Service Station Jefferson City, Me. (NC) -- The Missouri Senate has killed a relaxed abortion law by a vote of 17 to 11, thus ending attempts to revise the state's abortion statutes this year. Prior to tim floor vote in the senate, the Criminal Juris- prudence Committee of the Senate had approved a relaxed abortion bill which would have al- lowed abortion when the pregnancy resulted from rape or incest, when the physical health of the expectant mother was endangered and when there was a likelihood that the child would be born defective. The proposed bill provided that three physicians other than the one who was to perform the abor- tion would have to attest to the circumstances of the operation. PHONE JE 4-0937 1520 OHIO STREET PINE BLUFF, ARK. Serving Pine Bluff and South-Eist Arkansas for 40 yelrs 3 Locations 4520 Dollarwiy Rd. Hwy. 65 South it Brentwood Dr. 26th & Cherry ii i | BRASWELL BI00OTHERS J Pine Bluff, Arkansas ,i i did not want to be too specific because he wanted to allow priests flexibility in using their own judgment in individual incidents. He noted that "although arrest and prosecution should be a last resort, it may be the only means to avoid sacrilegious acts." Cardinal Carberry also said priests must be aware of their responsibility to protect the Bles- sed Sacrament. "Since profana- tion of the Blessed Sacrament has been threatened," he said, priests must take all necessary precau- tions. Gets NCHA Post A. Allen Weintraub, adminis trator, St. Vincent Little Rock, Ark., was named to the Catholic Hospital As- sociation's board of trustees at the organization's annual convention in Minneapolis. tie currently serves as a member of trustees of the Arkansas HoS- pital Administrators. MAKE A Weekend Retreat FOR THE GOOD OF YOUR SOUL At St. John's Home Missions Seminary Ft. of N. Tyler St., Little Rock FOR WOMEN FOR MEN r-l August 1- 3 F"l August 8 10 [[]August 15 17 I--1August 22- At New Subia(o Abbey Subiaco, Arkansas FOR MEN June 20 22 [--]August 15 -17 FOR WOMEN j--] June 27 29 July 25 - 27 SPECIAL GROUPS June 13 [ August 8 15 (Oblates of St. Benedict) 10 (3rd. Order Carmelites) Name Address Parish If unable to climb stairs, check here r'] COUPLttS FAMILIES July 18 20 [---] August 1 - 3 SINGLE WOMEN [--1 August 22 - 24 CLIP ENTIRE SCHEDULE, CHECK RETREAT PREFERRED Mall To: Laymen's Retreat League, At Address Where Retreat Will Be Conducted,