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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, AUG. 9, 1974 England's Catholic Paper in Trouble London (NC) - The Tablet, a 134-year-old English Catholic weekly, is appealing for financial help from its readers to enable it to survive the current economic crisis in this country. Recent sharp increases in costs of production and distribution have upset all budgetary calculations, a statement ,issued by the journal of opinion said. In the past two months these costs have risen respectively by 38 percent and 31 percent. The proprietors are reluctant to increase the price of the paper, now about 35 cents, to meet these costs, and hope that increasing circulation, now about 13,500 will solve the problem Meanwhile, the stiuation is critical for the lay-owned and edited weekly. What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese SHERIDAN Holy Cross Church conducted a vacation religion school here July 15-26. Sister Marian Hart, R.S.M, Sister Marie Elizabeth Koehler, R.S.M., and Mrs. Mary Hale instructed the 28 pre- school and elementary school children who attended. Highlights of the program were a special children's liturgy July 21 followed by a parish picnic at Jenkins Ferry and a communal penance service by Father Albert Schneider and Father RichardOswald.Iuly 23. Attending were Teery Mayberry, Tracy Earnesty Mona Skorcz, Betty Jo Skorcz, Kim Hale, Brian Wilson, Leann Smoot, Christie Gunter, Julie McElrath, Garland McCoy, Marie Earnesty, Buddy Ear- nesty, Randy Hale, Chris Hale, Misty Skorcz, Sherry Skorcz, Sandy Cunningham, Alana Smoot, Betty Ann Klimaszewski, Ricky Williams, Dana Blankenship, Terry Hale, Mary Ann Klimaszewski, Vicky Blankenship, John Blanken- ship, John Richardson, Mark Skorcz, and Franklin Williams. CAMDEN Mrs. Frankie Frazier was installed as president of the St. Louis Altar Society at Mass July 26. Also installed were Mrs. Charles Sponer, vice president; Mrs. Archie Morris, treasurer; and Miss Mary Alice O'Connor, secretary. After Mass, a dinner was enjoyed at Gay's Steak House at which Father Aloysius G. Dunleavy, pastor, outlined Greater Little Rock Catholic Business Women's Club will be held tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 10, at 4 P.M. in conjunction with a picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hum at Lake Conway. MARCHE The Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Youth Organization will sponsor a rock dance from 8 P.M. to midnight Saturday, Aug. 10 in the parish hall in Marche. Music will be by St. Peter's Road Show. Admission is $1.75 for individuals, $2.50 for couples. LITTLE ROCK The Third Order Secular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel will OPEN 24 HOURS EVERY DAY MIDLAND BOWL Kelley Hwy. & North .32 st.-785-2551 ways of updating the parish. Mrs. James Chellette explained population trends in Arkansas through use of an illustrated map. CONWAY The monthly meeting of the Criticized CONTINUED FROM PAGE 3 convene Sunday, Aug. 11, at 2:15 P.M. in the Carmelite .Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street, for a conference, religious discussion, business meeting and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. Non- members interested in the Carmelite tertiary life will be welcome. FORT SMITH The 88th annual lawn social of St. Boniface parish will be held Seminarians Conduct Summer At the request of Father Robert Dagwell, at McGehee, Dumas and Dermott, semin and Scott Marczuk directed a summer religious program July 15-19. Classes consisted of Bible studid'ovo creative projects, a skit, and daily Mass ffor which $ he liturgy was prepared by the students. Assisting seminarians were Mrs. Ernest Miller, Mrs. Joe cingols I and Mrs. Freddie Nagel. Thirty children, ranging from fil ?kil through 12th grade, participated. Students included Andr Beck, Leslie Lloyd, Phillip Cingolani, Steve Mahfo! ac( Buddy Gibbs, Jay Reynolds, Paul Miller, R+0bert Prossl :er: Johann Butters, Martha Jarrow, Janet Mahfouz, Pa 'So Presser, Theresa Lane, Judy Nagel, David Mahfouz, MJ Wh Jarrow, Marie Jarrow, Lynn Sherland, Beverly Mahfol lil} Melissa Mahfouz, Jody Cingolani, Carol Kaufman, Ca sri Blackburn, Jeff Cingolani, Bill Kiasser, Mark Jarrow, Av Istj Compton, Ray Compton, Floyd Smith and Shelly Smitl ae ela the parish grounds, North 18th and 'B' Streets. A spaghetti supper will be served from 5:30 to 7:30 P.M. Hamburgers and other refresh- ments will be available from booths on the midway and all is being directed by th k: Father Maurus Gerke,. r thaBb cS:hv:r 2i ] IEI2FORT SMITH OFFICE SUPPLY 00tlm lY00i 16-18 seth 00rREET %. l[l @ Jl  HEADQUARTERS FOR OFFICE  FURNITURE & EQUIPMENT Mike Cullen-Bill Turner-Larry Biggs FORT SMITH Jerry Lambiotte-Juan Jordan  PHONE 78-0311 CLINTON FURNITURE CO. 919 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith PHONE 783-8281 .,'r,. HELP PREVENT  o. ' FOREST FIRES 1 u,, IN THE SOUTH 1215 Garrison Avenue Phone 785-1524 Ft. Smith, Arkansas * NEW & REBUILT SEWING MACHINES * If * NEW & REBUILT VACUUMS * }f KIRBY REPAIRS & SERVICE care of itself. The widely-known Arkansas journalist stressed the im- portance of knowing "who and where the receivers (of in- formation) are. Let's not be mistaken in the idea that Volume gives us quality," he commented. Knowledge of the background and formal education of "receivers" is an essential ingredient of good journalism, he said. Herrington deplored "the tremendous emphasis America is putting on sex," and he asserted he is "a little bit perturbed about the content of what we get on_TV and in .. +. _+ . m_ -:--L "'z- z. society the media mirror, he listed five reasons for the decline of the Roman Empire - breakup of the family, heavy taxes and high government spending on unjustified welfare, a mad craze for pleasure, building gigantic armanents DRINK and the decline of religion. He found parallels in today's American society. During his afternoon presentation, Herrington focused on what the media can do to improve itself and he proposed five "Be-Vitamins -- Be human, eyewitness the human parade; Be simple, Be sincere, Be specific and Be informative." He recom- mended further that the media be sure they are understood Fort Smith, Arkansas "and above all, be believable. If MEMBER FOIC k MIIm t)mk of fort mdlh BENDER MACHINE SHOP Motor Rebuilding Crankshaft Grinding Automotive Parts 1018 Wheeler - 782-1630 FORT SMITH, ARK. it doesn't ring true, cancel the call and try another number," he advised. He proposed the acronym "AIM" for the media - ac- curacy, interest (in others) and Red Cedar akes and Wood Shingles PETIT JEA LUMBER G SUPPLY CO. |All 6AAD .o:-oyu: sou+. ,...o FORT SMITH ARKANSAS mission. It was during the discussion of "mission" that the floor exchanges focused on The Guardian. Diocese of Little Rock. They were Father Charles A. Mc- Cauley who died in 1946, Father toh. x/ roCa*uloy, ho died in 1956, and Father Richard J. McCauley, who died in 1966. Mrs. Cow, the wife of William J. Cow, died July 1 in Paoli Memorial Hospital following a lengthy illness. Born in Philadelphia, she was a daughter of Mrs. ISarah Conner of King of Prussia and the late John J. Conner. Mrs. Gow was a 1949 graduate of Siena High School in Wayne, Pa., and the St. Edward's School of Nursing in Fort Smith, Ark. She had been a registered nurse at Lankenau Hospital in Overbrook, Pa., for the last 20 years, and was a communicant of SS. Philip and James Church and a member of its Women's Guild. Survivors, in addition to her husband and mothers are two sons, William J. and Richard A, Gow, both at home; a brother John J. Conner of BroomaU, Pa.; three sisters, Mary, Florence and Joan, all of King of Prussia. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery at West Con- shohocken, Pa. Tuesday evening, Aug. 13, on lao. '" ! Obituary : MRS. PRISCILLA M. COW 00xtoo 00ass o* | Bagget0000 Christian Burial for Mrs. Priscilla M. Gow, 42, of 410 ) y Briar Road, Exton,-was offered in SS. Philip and James Church here July 5. . 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