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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 25, 1969 PAGE 3 mlile . # t y d t Participants in Vocation Weekend young men, four of whom will enter seminaries this SPent three days last weekend at St. John's Catholic Center, ie Rock, With eight men already taking seminary studies and Priests devoted to the promotion of vocations. From the left front row are: The Rev. Richard Davis of the faculty of St. Mary Academy, Little Rock; Joseph Correnti of Gravette, StUdent at Notre Dame Seminary, New Orleans; Tom York SOuls parish, Little Rock; David LeSieur of Pine Bluff, at Holy Trinity Seminary, Dallas; Charles Hoag of Jerry Hargrove of St. Mary's, Hot Springs, entering Holy this fall; Ernest Hardesty of Batesville, attending Holy and Richard Rieboldt of New Jersey, studying for the ,ese of Little Rock at Notre Dame, Dallas. Second row; A1 of Walnut Ridge, who will enter Notre Dame Seminary Charles Proctor of Slovaktown; Patrick Kordsmeier of Conception parish, North Little Rock; Steve Morris .amden; Steve Hoffman of Good Counsel parish, Little Rock; Elkins of Pine Bluff; David Jacobs of Malvern, entering this fall; Jack Harris of Good Counsel parish, Little a student at Holy Trinity; Jerry Thomas of Christ the King parish, Little Rock; Larry Birm of Holy Souls parish, Little Rock, who enters Holy Trinity this fall; Homer IAndsey of Pocahontas; and The Rev. Joseph L. Pallo, diocesan vocation director. Back row: Howard Diemer of Good Counsel parish, Little Rock, who is studying at Notre Dame, New Orleans; George Murdaugh of Benton, attending Holy Trinity; Bernard Nahlen of St. Anne's parish, North Little Rock; The Rev. Ralth Reyes, O.C.D. of the Marylake Novitiate of the Discalced Carmelite Fathers; Mike Orlicek of Des Arc; Richard Miller of Immaculate Conception parish, Fort Smith; The Rev. John Oswald of the faculty of Catholic High School, Little Rock; Mike Aureli of Pine Bluff, a student at Holy Trinity; and Lawrence Lisko of Des Arc. The renewal weekend for high school and college students interested in the priesthood featured talks by His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher and His Excellency Auxiliary Bishop Lawrence P. Graves, Msgr. James E. O'Counell, diocesan director of seminarians, and Edward Dillon of the Greater Little Rock Serra Club. The Serra Club which collaborated with the yocation office in arranging the weekend provided an outing and a barbecue dinner for those attending. Plans call for making such weekends an annual event. Archbishop Alter Resigns Washington (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has accepted the resignation of the Most Rev. Karl J. Alter from the office of archbishop of Cin- cinnati, offered by reason of his advanced age, and has transferred him to the titular See of Minora, which has been raised to archie- piscopal status. The Pope has named Bishop Paul F. Leibold of Evansville, Ind., to succeed Archbishop Alter as archbishop of Cincinnati. These actions were announced here by Archbishop Imigi Rat- mondi, Apostolic Delegate. Archbishop Alter, who was born in Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 18, 1885, has served as archbishop of Cin- cinnati since 1950. He was or- dained in 1910, and served as bishop of Toledo from 1931 to 1950. Over the years he served as episcopal chairman of several NCWC departments, as treasurer of the conference, and as chair- man of its administrative board. Bishop Leibold, who was aux- iliary bishop of Cincinnati whenhe was named apostolic administra- tor of the diocese of Evansville in 1965, became bishop of Evans- ville in 1966. He was born in Dayton, Ohio, Dec. 9.3, 1914; attended Mt. St. Mary of the West Seminary, Nor- wood, Ohio, and was ordained in 1940. Charlie Fox IS BACK AT BLOCK'S "Welcome Home ,, MEMBER OF K OF C arson a crime. Join the STAG Line EB t= E r- EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor any of it. Population CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 sumptions of the past require a new look are encouraging HELP .. signs," the priest said. FOREST FIRES He also said that the emphasis IN THE SOUTH in the presidential message onre- search "correlates with the re- Termttes. Pests? I TERMINIX! PROF[$Sl0NAI. P[%I $ANIIAIION Safe, clean, proven results no gamble with lerminix protection Certified Inspections Insured Guarantee Over 750,000 Customers Low Annual Rates Nationally Advertised IIIIUCE.TEll}IINIX CO. I)orade .... UN 2.4909 Little Rock TU 8-2345 , HI 2.2292 Memphis .... 327-3531 Smith .... SU 2-8804 Texarkana ..... 793-1118 i 0_ r CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE IN YOUR TOWN Ko'rECTING your HEALTH & PROPERTY is our pleasure cent decision of the American bishops to establish a special Foun- dation on Human Life to encourage research in the rhythm method of fertility control." Father McHugh said he did not agree with all points in the Presi- dent's message -- "the sugges- tion that our current social prob- lems are largely attributable to population growth, for example, or the call for immediate new programs." "But," he added, "in its rec- ognition that simplistic concentra- tion on family planning is not an adequate response to the many- sided issue of population growth, the President's message marks progress and opens the door to useful discussion." If the Church is to have a meaningful role in this discus- sion, Father McHugia said, "it can- not afford simply to respond neg- atively to Mr. Nixon's initiative. Rather, the Church must look for what is good in his proposals and must seek ways to maximize the good while minimizing the possi- bilities for social and individual disruption." Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 510 So. Pulaski Phone FR 4-590. i Continue CICOP, Investigators Urge Washington (NC) -- The chair- man of the group reviewing the activities of the Catholic Inter- American Cooperation Program (CICOP) -- an annual forum on inter-American problems-- has said that the program should be continued. The program "makes a valu- able contribution to inter-Ameri- can relations," said Bishop Jo- seph Green of Reno, chairman of the U.S. Bishops' Subcommittee on Inter-American Cooperation, which reviewed CICOP. Archbishop Coleman F. Carroll of Miami, chairman of the Bish- ops' Committee for Latin Ameri- ca, has concurred with the recom- mendation of the CICOP subcom- mittee. Monurnents Since 1894 ! 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