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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 19, 1974 PAGE 3 From Parliament to Notre Dame, Little Rock YO Tours 7 European Countries re n-rom the beginning of a three-week holiday through jIurope starting at Lohdon (photo at left) to the end at Paris I (Photo right), 22 members of the Little Rock Catholic Youth Organization enjoyed themselves touring seven countries iduring June. Led by Father Joseph L. Palls, who took the IPhoto rash of the rou in front of the Houses of v, .g - . g P . .. _ ,Parhament and Big Ben, the group saw hmtoric, rehgmus, "aquaint and picturesque sights in London, Amsterdam, lCOlogne, Heidelberg, Munich, Vienna, Venice, Florence, "e urrento, Rome, Milan, Geneva, and Paris, Grouped in H front of the Cathedral of Notre Dame (photo at right) are L (from left) Marie Kelly of Little Rock, Andy Berry of Little KOck, Lee Ann Steplock of Warren and Mrs. Florence Scott Ventilating * Root Veot00 Residential Home Service Roofing A11 Types of GLitters, Storm CA L L Doors, Windows 7 5 3 - 3 91 9 * Replacement Windows Y outh Participation In Holy Year Pushed Vatican City, (NC) -- There is a definite accent on the par- ticipation of young people in the Roman Holy Year observances of 1975, according to the Vatican. Bishop Antonio Massa, secretary general of the Central Committee for the Holy Year, said Church authorities are "working hard" to assure the young their own place and role in Holy Year observances. Among the largest manifestations of youthful participation now being worked out, he said, is a week-long "March of Reconciliation" by young people from all over the world from Assisi to Rome during Holy Week next year. REDS FIRE PASTOR Saginaw, Mich. (NC) - Msgr. Victor Trstensky, pastor in Stara Lubovna, located in the eastern part of the Slovakian region of communist-ruled Czechoslovakia, has been Parker of Little Rock. Others making the trip included Patricia Alpe of West Helena, Sister Leonara Brunner, S.C.N., of St.Vincent Infirmary, Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. William Hanson of Little Rock, Marty Hell of Little Rock, Lynn Isgrig of Little Rock, Mrs. Ida Langham of Little Pope Makes Catholic Views Clear to Kissinger $hoe Repair G' Dyeint Shoe Prescription *Q rl. 1= Dmrmmm Jt. removed from his parish ac- cording to the Slovak Catholic Rome - Specifically what Federation here. He reportedly Pope Paul VI told Secretary of bk j -,,one 3"-6830 was dismissed for actions that State Henry Kissinger during ths  p,.vu.a m Finn were essentially part of his the American diplomat's recent visit to the Vatican has not been divulged but there is little doubt jO NET TSqILO] ? - that the Catholic viewpoint on world affairs was made clear. Vatican press officer Federico Alessandrini told the press that the Pope and WALNUT RIDGE Kissinger "amply discussed the major problems of peace in the Pope Paul has been very con- cerned in the past year and has frequently spoken out on the need to establish some form of international guarantee for the Holy Places. The Pope has also expressed his angusih at the plight of hundreds of thousands of Palestinian Arabs who are living in refugee camps. He has repeatedly made the point that both of these problems have to be studied and solved if there is to be a sound and lasting peace in the Middle East. Alessandri said also that Pope Paul "encouraged" the United States government to "continue in its commitment" to work for peace "despite grave and numerous difficulties." world, with particular '  reference to the Middle East I1 THE ONLY BANK and to the con- Moscow / II l YOU WILL EVER NEED j versations between President Nixon and the Soviet leaders."  MERCANTILE BANK ] while the vatican maintained complete reserve as to exactly '   JONESBORO MEMBER FDIC which "points of view" were D ' j j touched on, it is well known that _ __00.l:irst/o National Bank l m-NUTRIDGE'CT OF LAWRENCE COUNTY CITIZENS SIMMONS NATIONAL )++ BANK i?' Pine Bluff CYO Officers New officers of the St. Joseph's Catholic Youth Your ZENITH Dealer Organization were installed at a recent ceremony. The officers, with Father AI Baltz, their moderator, are (from W WALNUT RIDGE 1105 Gee St. left) Becky Ingram, treasurer, Tom Smith, vice president, and Helene Pascale, president. Secretary Ann Maplesden PHONE 886-3531 Jollebm'o, Ark. was unable to attend. Three parish CYO past presidents were present. Rock, Lisa Meisenbacher of Little Rock, Mrs. Helen Pasterniak of Pine Bluff, Mrs. Catherine J. Proctor of Hazen, Kim Smith of Little Rock, Mitchell Sutton of Little Rock, Marlyn Tate of Hoxie, and Mrs. Lynne Von Kancl of West Helena. 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