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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 18, 1969 Olivetans CONTINUED FROM PAGE1 Petra Riga, O.S.B., of Jonesboro, and Sister M. Martina Bolds, O.S.B., of St. Louis all renewed their religious vows in the pre- sence of the Bishop and a big assemblage. Eight priests concelebrated the Eucharistic Sacrifice with Bishop Fletcher as principal celebrant. A crowded chapel of clergy, re- ligious, families, relatives, and friends of the honorees witnessed the liturgical ceremony, then at- tended the reception dinner in the Blessed Sacrament parish hall. Accompanying the newly-in- vested Novice Kathleen, the pro- fessed members, and jubilarians in the sanctuary as the official witnesses of the community were Rev. Mother M. Benedicta Boeck- mann, O.S.B., superior, and Sis- ter M. Carmelita Myers, O.S.B., Novitiate Directress. A special Sisters' choir sang hymns for the ceremonies; Sister Yvordle Lerner, O.S.B., was or- ganist, and Sister Rosaria Foley, O.S.B., conducted the singing group. Visiting clergy attending and participating in the celebration for the honorees were: Msgr. Edward P. Garrity, The Rev. Joseph L. Pallo, who delivered the homily, and The Rev. Reuben J. Groff, all of Little Rock; The Rev. N. Charles McGinnis, Benton; The Charter a Busl HENRY LIENHART Any size Bus available, from school bus to luxury air con- ditioned coaches. HOUSTON . BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES 2715 W. 10th MO 6-9891 Rev. John A. Janesko, Engelberg; The Rev. Bernard L. Bolds. Lake Village; The Rev. Patrick M. Lynch, Pocahontas; The Rev. Thomas P. Reynolds, WestMem- phis; The Rev. William J. Burke, Wether; The Rev. Thomas W. Kel- ler, Jonesboro; The Rev. Albert Schneider of Jonesboro, who was recently ordained in Rome on Dec. 20. Also The Rev. David Flusche, O.S.B. of Subiaco, who conducted the special triduum retreat for the newly-invested and professed; The Rev. Louis Deuster, O.S.B., chap- lain; The Rev. Bernard Sause, O.S.B., of Atchison, Kan.; The Rev. Henry Willett, Bowling Green, Ky.; The Rev. Emery Labbe, Rayne, La.; The Rev. L. Gene Martens, S.J., Kansas City, Mo.; and The Rev. Charles J. Dubois, Crawley, La. Out-of-town religious, related to the honorees, present for the occasion were: Sister Ruth Wil- lett, Sterling, Colo.; Sister Marie Ruth Martens, Belleville, Ill.; Sis- ter Mary Marguerite Willett, KS.M, Pewee Valley, Ky.; Sister Joseph Rita Willett and Sister Mary Martin, S.C.N., Nazareth, Ky.; Sister Mary Monica Willett, Nashville, Tenn.; Brother Gabriel, Searcy, Ark.; Brother Walter Sproull, O.S.B. of Subiaco. Visiting families, relatives, and friends participating in the cere- mony and attending the dinner were: from Arkansas -- Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Myers and Ramon A. Myers, Hot Springs; Mr. and Mrs. Linus Bolds, DeQueen; Marjorie Wankum, North Little Rock; Joan Heyburn, Kay Giles, Mrs. Lucille Hall, all of Little Rock; Mildred Bradford, Lepanto; Rose Schwarz, Wether; Kip Moore, Monette. From Missouri: John J. Mar- tens family, Kirkwood; Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Martens and Ann Bolds of Webster Groves; Mrs. D. Schick, Mrs. Bernard Miller, Mr. and SCHOOLS RESTAURANTS HOTELS CLUBS LET US PLAN YOUR KITCHEN OR CAFETERIA China -- Glassware k Cooking Utensils m Ranges Dishwashers-- Tables -- Chairs -- Counters and Back Bars KREBS BROS. SUPPLY CO., Inc. 413 West Capitol Ave. Little Rock, Ark. PlymouthFINEST SERVICE ANYWHERE--Chrysler Let Our Courteous, Experienced, Factory-Trained Chrysler Mechanics Service Your Plymouth Dodge Valiant Chrysler Imperial ROSS-WRIGHT CO. Plymouth Friendly Hometown Folks 601W 4th, North Little ROCkFR S0288 l II P riest, Seminarian Arrested in Spain Bilbao, Spain (NC) -- A priest and seminarian, both from the Basque region of Spain, were ar- rested by police and charged with transporting "subversive" mat- erial. They are Father Luis Maria Bereciartua Irastorza, parish priest of the province of Viz- caya, and Juan Ignacio Abasolo Uribe. The arrest took place on the road between San Sebastian and Bilbao. Police had set up a roadblock, after abankrobbery in the neighboring province of Santander. This brings the number of priests in Spain imprisoned or facing prison for anti-government activities to more than 20. II Mrs. Thomas L. Martens family, Mrs. Cardia, Frances Elliott, Betty Preis, Mrs. Ray Suttmoeller, Mr. and Mrs. George Miller, Karl Cropper family, Agnes Englerth, Esther Schmitt, all of St. Louis. Mrs. Dorothy J. Polk, Erath, La.; Mrs. Judith Lightfoot, New lberia, Lad Capt. and Mrs. Roger A. Myers family, Benton, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Knoy, Indian- apolis; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fer- guson family and Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Riga family, Anderson, Ind.; James C. Willett and sons, Ar- ling'ton Heights, Ill.; Gone and Mary Schmittgens, Park Forest, Ill.; Mrs. Steve Isaac, Iola, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Willett, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Englert, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Willett, Paducah, The00Guardi _ O[lci,l 't'ublication of the COiocee Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 2500 N. Tyler Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, at 'MB4' office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act of , March 8, 1897. o Second-class postage paid at f   Little Rock, Arkansas o SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year in the United B l'mlS s Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of Little Rock. proved its worth during the many years of its existence. It merits the hearted support of the priests and people of the diocese. With this help goal, as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. ,[. ALBERT L. FLE' Bishop of IAttlel EDITOR MONSIGNOR THOMAS L KEANY, Ph. D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER MR, WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST PROBS' Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone MO 6-028 FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. KY. Helen Willett, Omaha, Nebr.; Leo and Kathleen Riga, Cincinnati, Ohio; Mrs. Leo Haiar, Spencer, So. Dak.; Margaret Sprague, Mit- chell, So. Dak.; Janet Jones, Mem- phis; Roy Swirczynski, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Swirczynski family, Muenster, Texas. From Jonesboro: Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Willett, Rita Willett, Mr. and Mrs. Murray Willett, Mrs. Gerald O'Neill, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Riga family, Walter Blan- chard family, Mrs. Cleo Arring- ton, Diane Blanchard, FrancesSte- wart, Mrs. Thomas L. Jane Butler, Mrs. Ruth Mr. and Mrs. Dean Foster Davis, Col. and Mrs. H. C. ton, Col. and Mrs. James hausen, Mrs. Imogene Charlie FI IS BACK AT "Weh H Char Latin America CONTINUED FROM PAGE I else, the good Lord seems to answer our own prayers. God knows that the Church hasbigprob- lems in the United States. We have big problems in Arkansas. While we must continue to be concerned about them, let us try to share our concern with other members of the household of the Faith who have even bigger prob- lems than we have. By acting in this unselfish way, God will give us a greater share of His bless- ings and help us solve our own problems. When making your sacrifice to help the Church in South America, please do so as a prayer offered to Our Lord for holy vocations to the priesthood, the sisterhood and the brotherhood and also to give us the strength and the means to give our children a good Cath- olic education. It seems to me that these are two great needs of the Church in Arkansas today -- that we have the means to operate our schools and to make parents realize their ob- Ever Wonder... . . .why civil rights advocates seldom mention civil responsibil- ities? ligation to involve themselves personally in the education of their children. Our Catholic ed- ucation crisis has been brought on largely through our shortage of priests and sisters as teachers. The problem of meeting our own needs is very complex and will take time to solve. Ask the Lord, through His Blessed Mother, to multiply the generous sacrifice we make to South America by blessing and helping us to solve our own local problems effec- tively. If we have His help and blessing, that will be all we need. I am confident that He will help us if we are generous in our help to the Church in South America. Thanking you for your coopera- tion and your help and assuring you of God's special blessing in return, I am Yours sincerely in Christ, eAlbert L. Fletcher Bishop of Little Rock Dr. Annie Me Bremyer CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE 310 E. 9h, Little Rock PHONE FR 2-2684 In Mort. Wed. Fri. and Sat. MEMBER OF K OF G MOVING OUTDI FOR THE SUMMER? "00ej "Bank that does .,qV[oro for You. ; ' L ' ' ' ...... WORTHEN BANK G TRUST " " COMPANY ........ Member FDIC and Federal Reserve System If you plan to ,pend the ,umm sun, keep your camera and plenty of film handyl For the fun of it, take and save the summer g enjoymenl next wnler. Bring your summer piclures to US prompt, modern photofinishing. Lot of Free Parking 6TH AND R!NGO TELEPHONE FR 5-0257  LITTLE ROCK, ARK.