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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 20, 1969 Hero-Chaplain Going Back to Vietnam Obituaries Funerals Conducted in Fort Smith Jacksonville, F I a. (NC) -- Spurning a hero's prerogative, the only living chaplain who wears the Congressional Medal of Honor disclosed here he will return to the Vietnam combat zone In the nation's annals only three chaplains, all Catholic priests, have been awarded the nation's highest honor for heroes. An Honor Medalist is excused from further combat duty, according to military tradition. But Father (Capt.) Angelo J. Liteky, 37, M.S.SS.T., told the Rotary Club of South Jackson- ville: "I am returning to Vietnam because I feel that now, more than ever, Americans on the lines will need whatever moral support 1 might give." CHARLES CLEM McINTURF Fort Smith -- A Requiem Mass was offered in Immaculate Con- ception Church here June 6 for Charles Clam Mclnturf who died June 3. Msgr. William E. Gaivin, VF., officiated at the Mass and preach- ed the homily. A Rosary service was held in Fentress Chapel the evening preceding the funeral with The Rev. James E. Mancini offi- ciating. Mr. Mclnturf was born in Booneville October 3, 1905. He made his home at 3809 Wheeler Ave. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Irene Mclnturf; and his mother, Mrs. Emma McInturf of Fort Smith. Pallbearers were Johnny Hays, Leon Hays, Tony Lehnen, Harry Woods, Mr. Hatley and Bob Bea- ver. Burial was in National Cem- etery. LONNIE WAYNE POPE Fort Smith-- Funeral services were held in Edward's Chapel here June 6 for Lonnie Wayne Pope. The Rev. James E. Man- cini officiated. Lonnie was born November 26, 1962 in Fort Smith. He was a communicant of Immaculate Con- ception Church. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred M. Pope; a brother, Gary Dean Pope; and a sister, Sandra Lee Pope, both of the home. Pallbearers were Merrell Rick- man, Carl Gothard, Forrest D. Jay and Roy Ledbetter. Burial was in Woodlawn Cemetery. FOREST HEIGHTS i, r Spanish Catholic Actionist Jailed Madrid (NC) -- A leader of Spain's Catholic Action Workers' Brotherhoods, Julian Ariza, was among nine members of the Work- ers Committes, a labororganiza- tion outlawed by the government given stiff sentences by the Court of Public Order. Ariza was sentenced to eight years in jail and a fine of $360. The committeeswere establish- ed to oppose the government-con- trolled trade unions. SHOPPING CENTER . . . in the Heart of Holy Souls Parish. FREE PARKING--FRIENDLY SERVICE . . . EVERYTHING for ALL the FAMILY in thls CONVENIENT one-stop SHOPPING CENTER! i i ill I KAVANAUGH PHARMACY * FREE DELIVERY * 5008 Phone Kavanaugh MO 4-3844 "For Dependable Service Call" HILLCREST PLUMBING 5815 Kavanaugh Phone MO 6-5474 a subsidary of Pfeifer Plumbing & Heating Co., Inc. Robert E. 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Louis A Arru, president, said the three days will be devoted to presentation of new ideas, information and inspiration on vo- cations to the priesthood. Twenty-five members of the hierarchy from the United States, Canada, Europe, Asia and Latin America are expected to attend, as well as several hundred Serra Club chaplains. The Little Rock club'sprogram, "New Ideas in Membership," will be oneofeight concurrent panels presented on Tuesday afternoon. It will center on thoughts of how Serra might adapt to current trends. 01ivetans New Motion Pictur "k Reviewed By National Film Listed below are ratings by the National Catholic for Motion Picturesto produced films that are showing or will screened in Arkansas General Patrona. Run Wild, Run Free Hot Rod Action Rascal Valley of Gwangi Adults & AdolesCe_nts Pops Follow Me Guns of the Magnificent Adults Winning Fraulein Doktor HeWs Belles House of Cards Thank You All Very Much Life Love Death Death of a Gunfighter Mafia Discerning AdultS Lola Monies The Round-Up Objectionable in The Desperados Impasse How to Commit Marriage Midas Run A Fine Palr Laughter in the Dark MacKenna's Gold - Condemned I Married You for Fun Sweden, Heaven & Hell Where It's At King Murray Lonesome Cowboys Succubus Adelaide Re-elect Mother Benedicla Jonesboro -- The Rev. Columba Kelly, O.S.B., liturgist, choir director, and instructor at St. Meinrad Seminary and College, Indiana, gave a five full day re- treat to about 80 Olivetan Bene- dictine Sisters at Holy Angels Convent here the first week of June. Rev. Mother M Benedicta Boeckmann, O.S.B., said the re- curring theme of the retreat, based on Holy Scripture and the Rule of St. Benedict, was that the Mystical Body of Christ is a continuation of Christ living and working in and through all His members, with its particular im- plications for Religious living the family life under the five Bene- dictine vows. Father gave three conferences daily and provided opportuni- ties for private conferences and reception of the Sacrament of Penance. Each day closed with Benediction. The last day of the retreat was highlighted by a votive Mass in honor of St Benedict, with the Sisters makingapublic renewal of perpetual religious vows at the Offertory. The Sisters received Holy Communion under both kinds on the first and last days of the retreat which concluded with the Papal Blessing. Simultaneous with the retreat, His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher conducted the canonical visitation in the community and presided when Rev. MerCi dicta was reelected for a second term Pope F ands Relating to Laity Pope Paul Vl has a paradox in the ing on the laity and the Church now world's autonomy, yet men to "consecrate" it. "Does this not imply to a sacral, clerical of the world?" he asked eral audience. emphasized that the not seek to make the instrument for its and much less for any power of hers." Pointing out that the Vatican Council tian vocation "by its vocation to the said the Church " in them (Catholics) to secular world with a servance of the duties inherent in it. Ever Wonder' .why so many still refuse to believe communist menace in States?