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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 18, 1969 What's Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all tile Catholic organiza- tions in tile Diocese of Little Rock. Tile deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to tile week of publication). LITTLE ROCK "A Day of Renewal" will be held Wednesday, July 83, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 38nd Street. The Rev. Lawrence Kozlowski, O.C.D., new prior of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers at Marylake, will conduct the day. Confessions will be heard at 9 A.M. Mass will be at 9:30. Conferences will be held until I A 1S-Year-Old Priest? Somebody Goofed St. Columbans, Neb. -- A news release from St. Columban's For- eign Mission Society here tells a story about a priest who must have been only 15 years old when he was ordained. The story said that "Father Martin Dobey, 33", has been elec- ted vice president of the histor- ically-Protestant Fiji Council of Churches. Then the story explains that Father Dobey "has served in Fiji since 1951." That's 18 years. Eighteen from 33 (Father Dobey's present age)is 15. If an explanation is forthcom- ing, it will be published. Charles Proctor At Conference Little Rock -- Charles Proc- tor, Arkansas CYO president, re- cently attended a National CYO Board of Directors meeting in Washington, D. C, to finalize plans for the national convention to be held in Denver, Colo., Novem- ber 80 - 83. Some 5,000 will represent dio- ceses throughout the United States at the convention. Father Champlin, who is in charge of the liturgy, gave the Board of Direc- tors an insight into the music and techniques to be used. Several constitutional amend- ments were proposed to be sub- mitted at the convention. The most important included raising the eligibility age of national can- didates and allowing the National Board to amend the Constitution by unanimous vote. Resolutions on the military draft and the lunch time. There will be discussion dur- ing lunch and everyone who attends is asked to bring a sack lunch. The day will close at 1 P.M. All women of Greater Little Rock have been invited. PINE RIDGE Anita E. Gras of Pine Ridge has been awarded a master of arts degree in education at Seat- tle University in Seattle, Wash. She was one of 905 who received degrees at a ceremony in the Seattle Center Arena. Anita is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gras of Pine Ridge. CONWAY S i s t e r M. Harold, SSN.D., science teacher andC.S.M.C, mod- erator of St. Joseph High School here, is spending the summer working with the Christian Ap- palachian Project in Lancaster, Ky. St. Joseph High School's C.S.M.C. is sponsoring Sister in her summer apostolate. She is a member of the School Sisters of Notre Dame of the South Cen- tral Province whose motherhouse is in Dallas, Texas. The project is directed by The Roy. Ralph BeRing in Garrard County, Kentucky It involves four parishes, each of which is a center from which students from allparts of the country go into the hills of Kentucky to the people of this area. The center consists of res- idences for the volunteers, rum- mage saleroom, clerical office, recreation room, and a Church where the volunteers gather for daily Mass and common prayer. The volunteers handle the rum- mage sale, work in the fields with voting age were also submitted. Charles Proctor, who is also the CYO Region IV vice-president, attended the Washington meeting with the Roy. Gerard Young, CYO director of Region IV, and youth director of the Diocese of Baton Rouge, La. The State President gave a de- tailed report July 6 to a Greater Little Reck CYO Deanery meeting at St. John's Catholic Center. The Diocese of Little Rock is en- titled to five voting delegates in the national CYO convention and plans are being developed for a delegation to attend the convention. Attend Retreat at Coury House Pictured above are seven women who attended Helen M. Pollock and Miss Pollyanna the retreat at Coury House, New Subiaco Abbey June 7-9. With them are The Rev. Herbert Vogelpohl, O.S.B., right, retreat director, and The Rev. David Flusche, O.&B., retreat master. Retreatants are Mrs. Louise M. George, Mrs. the migrants, conduct Bible school, serve as camp counsellors, print and mail circulars, and visit homes. Sister Harold is serving as house mother to these volunteers at St. William's Church in Lancaster. She cooks and cleans for them, encourages them, listens to their tales of eventful days, and works with the volunteers in any way she can. FORREST CITY Members of St. Francis of As- sisi parish here held their first summer bible school last month under the direction of Mrs. Frank DiGaetano and Mrs. Melvin Kerth. The Roy. John E. Barnes ispastor of the church. More than 50 children enrolled for the two weeks. A registration of $1 was charged and work kits Ever Wonder... .with Chinese fleeing to Hong Kong, East Germans flee- ing to the west and Cubans flee- ing to the United States, where Americans will flee when this country falls under communism? of North Little Rock; Mrs. Monica Springdaie; Mrs. William Stell of Fort Mrs. J. R. Tilley and Mrs. M.C. Russellville. were purchased for each child. Teachers were: for three and four year olds, Mrs. DiGaetano; five and six, Mrs. Kertz; first and second grades, Mrs. Joseph Marcheski; third and fourth, Mrs. Hilary Linder; and fifth and six- th, Mrs. Michael Sexton. The music with all the children taking part was under the direction of Mrs. Ray Schwartz. Teacher helpers were Miss De- lores DiGaetano, Miss Hazel John- ston, Miss Kathy Cannon, Miss Debbie "Caught and Miss Paula France. 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