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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, AUG. 30, 1974 ! Olivetan Abbot Visits Jonesboro The Right Rev. Yietorino M. Aldinucei, O.S.B., superior of the Olivetan Benedictine Fathers in Florence, Italy, joined the Olivetan Benedictine Sisters of Holy Angels Convent, Jonesboro, Aug. 21 to celebrate the feast of Blessed Bernard Tolomei, founder of the order. Touring the Americas to investigate possible new foundatons and vocations for the Olivetan Benedictine Fathers, Abbot Victorino is pictured presiding at Mass in the chapel of the Jonesboro motherhouse. Previously, he had visited Mexico, Guatemala and Lake Charles, La. The Abbot, who is authorized to officiate in either the eastern or western rites of the Church, is chairman of the Ecumenical Movement in the Diocese of Florence. For 15 years, he was in charge of Oriental students at the University O f Louvain, Belgium. CRS Shipment Destroyed New York (NC) -- A Catholic supplies, valued at $300,000 Relief Services emergency varied/$rom blankets and used supply cargo for Cambodia was clothihg to operating room and destroyed Aug. 8 when the ship X-ray equipment and block carrying the goods was sunk in presses for the manufacturing of a rocket attack The relief bricks BlythevtIle, Az'kan.a, Soybean Corp. .obertson Distributing Co. t BUDWEISER, MICHFJ.OB & ," BUSCH L*sVAJUAN W. J. POLLARD AGENCY "Planned Protection" COURIER o NEWS 79 What's Happening Here and There Around the Diocese PARIS The fifth annual pre-Labor Day picnic and bazaar will be held tomorrow, Saturday, Aug. 31, on the grounds of St. Jospeh's School here. Sponsor will be the parish Men's Club. James Nehus is general chairman. A variety of games will be provided on the midway. A dance will be conducted from 9 P.M. to midnight. LITTLE ROCK Officers of Little Rock Council No. 812, Knights of Columbus, will be installed next Tuesday, Sept. 3 at 8 P.M. in the Council Chamber, Ninth and Cumberland, by District Deputy Gene Kordsmeier. Ted Deubler will be reinducted as grand knight. BLYTHEVILLE A White Elephant sale, sponsored by Immaculate Conception parish CYO, will be conducted Saturday, Sept. 14. In charge will be Nellie Hughes, Denise David, Cindy McGuffy and Laura Larimore. Toni Hughes, who presided at an Aug. 4 CYO meeting, ap- pointed a telephone committee consisting of Denise David, Rbonda Dias, Paula Hughes, Teresa Simon and Lihby Kit- tany. Randy Dias was ap- pointed state CYO yearbook chairman. Plans for a membership drive were discussed. Meetings are to be held biweekly. Guests at the meeting were Beebee Ann Sims of Jackson, Miss., and Tricia Kittany of Brooklyn, N.Y. LITTLE ROCK When Mrs. Albert Harland was unable to attend Mass on her 90th birthday, her pastor, Father Vance Tborne, S.V.D., of St. Bartholomew's Church celebrated Mass in her home at 2118 W. 23rd St., Aug. 18 for Mrs. Harland and members of her family. Members of her family, in: cluding her daughter, Mrs. Geneva Leary, with whom she makes her home, were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Johnson of grandchildren and two great- great-grandchildren. After Mass, family and friends celebrated with a turkey and ribs dinner and a birthday cake. FORT SMITll Sister M. Dorothy Calhoun, R.S.M., former administrator of Mercy Hos- pital, New Or- leans, and St. John's Hospi- tal, Spring- field, Mo., has been elected to the Board of Trustees of St. Edward Mercy Hospital here. Sister Dorothy, a native of New Orelans, holds a bachelor's degree in nursing and a master's degree in hospital administration from St Louis University. She is active in civic and professional affairs and is a member of the American College of Hospital Ad- ministrators, the American Management Association, and the Catholic, American and Missouri Hospital Associations. LITTLE ROCK St. Edward's Christian Mothers' Sodality will resume monthly meetirigs next Wed- nesday, Sept. 4, at 1:45 P.M. in the parish church basement, following recitation of the Rosary for recently-deceased Mrs. Mary Wewers. The committee chairman is Miss Leona Pfauser, Assisting her are Mrs. Florence Dugan, Mrs. Mary Gerke, Mrs. Gladys Gerard, Mrs. George Porbeck, Miss Mary Ann Rose, Mrs. Mildred Barron, Mrs. Denise Hanson and Mrs. Josephine Binz. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Vincent Infirmary, Little Rock, entertained 150 Candy Striper volunteer aides at Burns Park here last Wednesday evening. U.S. government $25 bonds, in recognition of 500 hours of volunteer work, were presented to Patty McGrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McGrath of  Chicago, Mr. and Mrs Dan 4811 Lee Avenue, Little Rock, Taylor and family, Mr. and and Sharon Zajac, daughter of Mrs. William Blackburn and Mr. and Mrs. August Zajac of Phone 763-,4553 Blytheville, Ark. family, Mrs. Julia Watts and Route 6, Box 246-A, North Little family and son-in-law Leroy Rock. Sixteen Candy Stripers Ark.  Jones. were cited for 200 hours of In addition to a daughter and volunteer work and 69 girls and four grandaughters, Mrs. seven boys received awards for I narland has 10 great- 75 hours. ANDY MOSES I DOWNTOWNk SERVICE00 STATIONI $ubiaco Football Attracts 56  Kelly $pringfieldl b'aco-- Sixteen seniors, 17 Helfrich, Greg Herrmann, /Ig"Ml /'1/ . juniors and 23 sophomores Frank Linder, Steve Miros, 9   Vn-s } T i reported t tw new caches at Stanley Pace' Mike Palladin' Subiaco Academy here Aug. 18 David Ripley, Fred Schluter- Delco ERIES in preparation for the 1974 man, Bill Schluterman, Joe Ash at 2nd St., Biytheville, Phone 762-2611 i Trojan football season. Sellmeyer, Joe Spivey, Steven In the midst of workouts for Stec, Nick Steffels, Brian Stoner I the opening game at Atkins and Thomas Vogler. THE FAR MER 'S BANK & TRUST CO. "'The Oldest Bank in Mississippi County" THE BEST IN BANKING SERVICE Friday, Sept. 6, the Subiaco squad has 18 lettermen and 15 others who logged playing time during the 1973 season among the 56 reporting to head Coach Bill Lemery and assistant Don Pitts. Because of not having seen the squad before, Lemery has Trojan varsity schedule -- Sept. 6, Atkins, there; Sept. 13, Morrilton, home; Sept. 19, Waldron, there; Sept. 27, Paris, there; Oct. 4, Greenwood, home; Oct. 11, Van Buren, there; Oct. 18, Alma, home; Oct. 25, Dardanelle, home; Nov. 8, Mena, there. Cited for Volunter Work These two girls, Candy Striper volunteer aides at St. cent Infirmary, Little Rock, have given of free service to the sick at the hospital. Pictured puship!i gift cart to patients' rooms are Sharon Zajac,ieft, daugb of Mr. and Mrs. August Zajac of North Little Rock, ] Patty McGrath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. McGratbJ Little Rock. Each of the girls received a $25 U.S. gove ment bond in recognition of her service. | Arkansas ObituarieS" ROBERT G. O'BRIEN Rogers -- A Mass of Christian Burial for Robert G. O'Brien, 87, of Route 4, Rogers, was offered in St. Vincent de Paul Church here Aug. 22 by his pastor, Msgr. John E. Murphy, V.F. Among the survivors is. a daughter, Sister Patricia O'Brien, R.S.M., of Mercy Hospital at Oklahoma City. Mr. O'Brien, a retired far- mer, died Aug. 23 in Rogers. His wife, Mary Ruth, died in May. The O'Briens were one of the pioneer Catholic families of Rogers. He was born Jan. 27, 1887, in Pennsylvania, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin C. O'Brien. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Lee Dean of Pine Bluff Mrs. A.O. Trimp of Long Beach, Cal., and Sister Patricia; a sister, Mrs. Helen Whayman of Anadarko, Okla., eight grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. A Rosary, led by Msgr. Murphy, was recited the night before the funeral at the Callison Funeral Home. Burial was at St. Vincent de Paul Cemetery here. Pallbearers were Rex Spivey, C. Jimmie Carter, John Woodruff, Don Moroney, Eugene Kelley, and A. N. Oberreuter CARL STERNER Hot Springs -- Funeral ser- vices for Carl Sterner, 84, who died Aug. 20, in Little Rock, were conducted Aug. 22 at the Caruth Funeral Home here by Father Thomas P. Reynolds, pastor of St. Mary of the Springs Church. Mr. Sterner, a Catholic, was born July 17, 1890, in Kansas. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Faye Sterner of Hot Springs; a brother, Charles Sterner of Tucson, Ariz.; a stepson, Allan Hurst of Hot Springs; and two sisters Mrs. Winifred Campbell of Fort Worth, Tex., and Mrs. Tessie Phillips of Gainesville, Tex. Burial was at Mt. Calvary Cemetery at Mena with Father Thomas W. Keller, pastor of St. Agnes Church, Mena, of- ficiating. Gregory A. King of Route Id died Aug. 7 after a short'- 8h Father Robert Dienert 0 . the Mass Aug. 9. Mr. King, who would L] been 74 Aug. 28, was a tla( !1 Conception Junction, 1 of August and Mary Ann lq King. He is survived by h Il Esther Lynch King, a Lol sons,Gerald R. King of 1  s: Joe, Fla., and John H.  !tl Springdale. Burial was! (] Joseph Cemetery, Tonf e{ Ann Pinter To Study in Sp Grass Valley, Calif. " a Ann Pinter, daughter of 1 1 Mrs. Carl A. Pintel t3 granddaughter of Mr.  be Herman Werner of Fort il Ark., will study this yeaf 4 Madrid center of the Instil &l European Studies. q Miss Pinter, a ' i majoring in psychology University of Santa clar be participating in  b ternational program bi provides American |t students with the opport study for credit at a Et 1" university with Eurt professors teaching ia native tongues. '( Miss Pinter is a  ' daughter of the late bit Mrs. Peter Pinter of C l Ark. FOUNDER Jim Tucker "The Landman" 3 Locations 205 W. Walnut 636-1701 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. 61 IMPLEMENT COMPANY Massey-Ferguson Tractors Combines Implements PHONE 763-8137 Blytheville, Ark. Hwy 61 North BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. tlighway 71 South !r; not set a lineup. However, based "B" Team schedule -- Sept. 9, GREGORY A. KING 636-6318 Rogers Ark on past experience those to Atkins, home, Oct. 7, Springdale -- A Mass of ... , mgnway 71 North 273 , watch include seniors John Clarksville, there; Oct. 14, Christian Burial was offered in 273- here for BENTONVII.E A Erdman, Fred Gramlich, Ozark, there; Oct. 21, Van St. Raphael's Church . I RK Frank Lensing, Blue Robbins, Buren, home. ,. d manLarry McNamara, John Junior High schedule --home;Sept. ii FM Williams and James Wartez, 10, Clarksville, home; Sept 17, FARMERS AND MERCHANTS BAI#0000 and juniors Charles Anderson, Dardanelle, there; Sept. 26, MAIN OFFICE-2nd & Elm -' Mike Miros, Marty Schluter- Mena, home; Oct. 1, Ozark, and Donal Mansour. there; Oct. 8, Waldron, ROGERS, L' In addition, others reporting Oct. 15, Alma, there; Oct. 22, ARKANSAS Ii1 t | include seniors David Eheman, Van Buren, home; Nov. 7, Kevin Konecny, Pat Palladino, Paris, home. , SOUTH OFFICE-- Hiway 71 South , Lawrence Schluterman, James Sokora, Mark Sponer, James Vitek, Ted Wright, Craig Herrmann; juniors Raymond Eckart, Paul Hooks, Don Mowles, Danny Oates, Patrick Oliver, Mike Robilio, Ed Rohlman, Randy Schluterman, Eddie Sellmeyer, Wilson Sharp, John Vargas, Mike Vitek and Victor Schluterman. Sophomores Saleem Black, AI Brisceno, Kirk Busby, Steve Dedier, Dan Deuerling, Jackie Farnam, Francis Frederick, Robert Hartmeier, Ken FRED'S 71 TRUCK STOP HIGHWAY 71 WEST, ROGERS, ARK" 72756 501-636-7020 24 HOUR SERVICE