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-PAGE 4 .THE. GUARDIAN, AUGU.ST.13,. 1982 Recent Deaths (Information for this column is prepared from data furnished by the families of the deceased, their pastors or funeral directors.) WALTER PAUL Texas. Surviving are his MARGARET EMMA LUX, GRUMMER, 74, of 1803 wife, Carolin Miller 82, of Subiaco, died July 29 Meadowlake Road, the Mazur; a son, his parents, in Paris, Ark. Born March brother of Sister Mary a sister and a brother. 12, 1900, in Spielerville, she Pauline Grummer, Father Ernest L. Hardesty was a member of St. R.S.M., Mount St. Mary's offered the Funeral Mass Benedict's parish and a Convent, Little Rock, died Aug. 4 in St. Agnes Church. member of its Mother's July 22 at Conway Society. Surviving are a Memorial Hospital. A son, two daughters, a retired farmer and real MARY FRANCES HACKER BIEKER, 88, of 5201 South brother, 11 grandchildren estate salesman, he was and 17 great- born in 1908 in Conway and 66th Street, Fort Smith, the was a member of St. sister of Sister Frances grandchildren. Father Joseph's parish. Other Hacker, O.S.B., of Conway Sebastian Besboner, survivors are his wife, County Hospital, O.S.B., offered the con- Bonnie Wilcox Grummer; Morrilton, died July 29 in celebrated Mass of four sons, another sister her home at Fort Smith Christian Burial July 31 in and five grandchildren, after a lengthy illness. A St. Benedict's Church. The Mass of Christian housewife, she was a Burial was in St. Burial was held July 24 in member of the 4-H Club, Benedict's Cemetery. St. Joseph's Church. Sebastian County Home Burial was in Crestlawn Demonstration Club and Cemetery. Sacred Heart of Mary parish, Barling. Other MICHAEL BRIAN MAZUR, 32, of Nacogdoches, Texas, died there Aug. 1. Born July 8, 1950, in Cleveland, Ohio, he was a member of St. Agnes parish, Mona, and a sales representative of Parr Equipment Company, Longview, survivors are two sons, three daughters, two other sisters and two brothers. Father Malachy Mc- Nerney, O.S.B., offered the Funeral Mass July 31 in Sacred Heart of Mary Church. Burial was in Sacred Heart of Mary Cemetery. i 20th and Poplar Streets ' North Little Rock, Arkansan (501) 758-1123 72114 ICY FRUIT FROST c. chilled, unsweetened grapefruit Juice c. unsweetened pineapple Julce c. mild-flavored HONEY 1 c. finely crushed Ice Qulckly whlrl all Ingredients In blender untll mlxture Is frothy. Serve In chilled glasses. Makes 6 Nrvlngs. Variation: Frult Frost may be poured Into Ice cube trays and frozen. Pour unsweetened cold tea over cubes In tall glasses for refreshing taste treat on a warm day. 1here's a HEW m"s Nm' You! Koehler's Bakery & Grill 1809 North Grant (Between toe Hoffman's and Tiptoe & Hurst) * Delicious Luncheon Menu * Hot Pastries and Coffee * Ice Cream by the Dip * Eat in - or for Carry 07rt Call 663-3097 St. Mary's School 1518 Parker, N.L.R. Grades 1-8 Registration for 1982-83 school term August 19, 1982 9:00 a.m.-l:00 p.m. 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m. Rectory 374-7123 School 374-5237 Rev. Richard M. Strock Pastor Mrs. Pauletta Rossi, Principal What'! Happening |h Here and There ars of k Around the D" IOCeS00 o ARKANSAS Sunday, Aug. 15, is a Holy Day of Obligation, the Feast of the Assumption. However, the date coincides with the regular Sunday obligation, so Catholics need only attend one Mass, either on Sunday or a Saturday Vigil Mass. LITTLE ROCK Central Baptist Hospital, 12th and Marshall streets, is sponsoring RECOVER, an Deacons asked to suggest the names of two men who might be good candidates for the permanent diaconate. Recommendations will be made through the parish council or by the parishioners at large. During the month of Oc- tober, Bishop McDonald, Father Albert J. Schneider, Director of the Permanent Diaconate Program, and a deacon and his wife will travel around the state for meetings with those who would like to learn more or would like to apply for admission to the new program of formation. The dates and locations of the meetings are as follows: October 4, Fort Smith; Oc- tober 5, Hot Springs; October 6, Jonesboro; October 12, Pine Bluff, and October 13, Little Rock. The time of each of the meetings is 7 P.M. The deadline for submitting applications for the new program of formation is November 1, 1982. The staff of the Permanent Diaconate Program will study the ap- plications and will interview applicants, their wives and their pastors between November 15, 1982, and April 18, 1983. Bishop McDonald will meet with the staff on April 20-21, 1983,. to deter- mine which of the applicants will be accepted into the program. They will make special efforts to choose applicants from rural areas, from parishes where there are presently no deacons and from minority groups. Those who are accepted will begin the program of for- mation with their wives by making a retreat the weekend Continued from Pg. 1 to obtain further information. Additional articles will ap- pear in The Guardian in the next two weeks to further highlight the effort to recruit new applicants. At the same time, each parish will be Schools Continued from Pg. 1 by the Bishop during the summer months. This new edition replaces the edition published in 1979. Schools are encouraged to purchase copies for all faculty mem- bers and members of school boards so all will have easy access to the new policies and regulations governing school operations. The Diocesan School Board, which meets quarterly, will hold its next meeting Aug. 17. New members on the board include the following: Don Fitz, Little Rock; Jerry Duran, Little Rock; James Crone, West Memphis, and Kathy Smith, Russellville. Retiring members are: Mary Jane Bailey, Little Rock; Larry Jegley, Little Rock; Don Weis, West Memphis, and Mary Jane Rollans, Russellville. Since its establishment in 1978, the Diocesan School Board has been instrumental in adopting policies and regulations for the Catholic schools in the diocese and for drawing up salary scales for teachers and administrators. A workshop for all new members of school boards will be held at St. John's alcohol and drug rehabilitation program. More information may be obtained by calling RECOVER at the hospital. In Arkansis', call toll free 1-800-632-0555. In Pulaski County, call 370-7400. HOT SPRINGS St. John's Youth Ministry is holding a car wash Saturday, Aug. 14, at Olssen's Exxon at Central and Winners and at Sonny's Food Mart on Albert Pike from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Donations are sought. Ministry officers will be in- stalled at the noon Mass Sunday, Aug. 15, followed by a membership luncheon in the parish hall. WEST MEMPHIS - LITTLE ROCK Sister Mary Lenore Dust, O.S.B., of West Memphis, and Ronald Friend, Little Rock, attended the 14th annual Saint Meinrad School of Theology Summer Program on the St. Meinrad Arcbabbey and Seminary Campus in St. Meier|d, Ind. NORTHLITTLEROCK Bill Shaw has been named Knight of the MOnth by Knights of Columbus Council 6253. The Ira Strack family was selected as Family of the Month. Workshop Continued from Pg. 1 all people now working or planning to work at a later date on the parish Scripture Study program are en- couraged to attend. Workshop topics are: Being Filled and Guided by the Holy Spirit, Keys to a Successful Parish Study, Qualities and Priorities of Spiritual Leaders, Techniques for Leading a Discussion Group, a film on Bible Study Basics, Quiet versational Prayer. L.m lospital i .h spec A workst ol Sacrament d" - Jve a Le will be held Shol . at St. Jo:s ', AM to 1P  . n- ....  ,.,on, t is for all relig_ _ any grade leVr- m r welcome to a-,a .._ $2 for the world--u( m s CHAFAY ac The Cath Union will 1 sewing for Wednesday, " attending are Jp' sack lunch. parish will furl HOTEL and desserts. -- # Center Aug. 21, from 10 A.M. of June 10-12, 1983. The first until 2 P.M. All schools are weekend of classes will be asked to encourage newly- August 12-14, 1983. The I Greater Little elected board members to aspirants and their wives will attend this orientation meet thereafter one weekend workshop. All school board a month for the eleven months fTEDFORD DRUG STOR[" ! members may attend, butthis from August to June each | Rexall J workshop will be geared year for regular courses in | C.l. Wright. T..Mo.oz l especially for the new spirituality, scripture, 1 PHARMACISTS / members, theology and other subjects. I Phone 374-4926 / The Diocesan Teachers' The program will conclude  91 s lAST raNT, STRHT Conference scheduled for Oct. with ordination in November, 15, 1982, at Catholic High 1986. " School, will feature Dr. John At this time, the twenty- O'Donnell, a noted speaker seven permanent deacons of MEDIC from the University of the Diocese of Little Rock are Dayton. The keynote address involved in a great rarity of Pkarmacy, Inc. will be entitled, "Be Positive; It's Contagious." In planning for the 1982-83 school year, the over-all emphasis will be placed on this year's theme, "Teaching Gospel Values in a Changing Society." ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. SEE Tile GREAT PASSION PLAY (May-Oct.). GROUPS: STAY & SAVE AT KELLER'S COUNTRY DORM RESORT. Rt. l- Eureka Springs, Ark. 72632. Tickets. lodging, meals & recreation just $17 ca. Phone tS01) 253-8418. tDX00 Mo 624-461l Hot Springs I A'k@.BAR diKE VAN VRANKiJJ 4942 W. Markham A Little Rock, AR JJr 666-2ma i Time and Con- lal Pra :r. Deadline for reservations is onday, Aug. 23. They may : made by writing or calling rances Ryan, 1411 Cheyenne :all, Springdale, Arkansas 764, phone (502) 751-2418. Monday, Aug. 23. They may be made by writing or calling Frances Ryan, 1411 Cheyenne Trail, Springdale, Arkansas 72764, phone (502) 751-2418. ministries such as hospital visitation, prison ministry, locotions religious education of adults i I S2 sodnor eorho and youth, counseling and P D (. Rock C P {, manent deacon priest regularly at the altar and preaches frequently, his most characteristic work is the service he performs in the name of Christ Church in the community. There is practically no limit to what is possible and needed in this type of ministry. Those who are interested in learning more about this important renewal in the Church and those who think they may have a vocation to the permanent diaconate are cordially invited to write to the Permanent Diaconate Office, P. O. Box 7565, Little Rock, Arkansas 72217, and to attend one of the meetings in October. North Little i Isenman Distributing Comp00 4 THING Little Rock, Arkansas Pie ,, o,o, _. r.000000pAp preaching. Although a per-I ,,o,..,,,,,, ,. JII I ...,r assists the i -,.0, dh'l I1$1 the tari '''""'".,41t-am| i . i,ro entl, his I 640  ll w is i RtYontCentr  L\\;| l The00Ou00 msi the | s4a " _/ II and the