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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 12, 1969 PAGE 13 Morrilton Parish Administrator Has Held Several Pastoral Posts Brazilian Sports Hero 'Black Pearl" is ahero even to the youngest, approval. Pele led his Brazilian team in winning 'known as "Pele," and considered by most the World Cup Soccer Championship last month, to be the finest living soccer player, he defeating Venezuela, 6-0. (NC Photo) a little boy while other admirers beam 'Totally Destroyed' ;-El Salvador War )rk (NC) -- In a fact that both the Ca:h- general press gave in- coverage to the July El Salvador and Hen- Capuchin Province of said that the mis- Conducts in southwestern Was "totally destroy- between the two Cen- countries broke out as E1 Salvador troops There is now truce between the two by the Organiza- States (OAS). issue between the been the illegal migra- thousands of Salvadorans settled territories El Salvador has a of about 400per about I0 times the Honduras. reported that in Religion Pushed rmany (NC) -- Catholic Prague archdiocese urged by its apostolic Bishop Franttsek to enroll their children instruction in the Chools at parish offices. the Staiinist- regime, parents were required children for religious at the school offices. authorities opposed glllation on the ground that it an attempt to from regis- children for such ,W is one of the introduced by the regime headed by the Premier Alexander r Destroy A Copy Of Guardian Pqss It On the war churcheswere ravaged and littered with garbage and excre- ment, that altar wines, Massvest- ments and chalices -- along with church records -- were stolen or destroyed. They also said that the mis- sion's superior, Father Roderick Brennan of New York, was for- cibly removed and jailed in E1 Salvador, on the pretext that he was a Honduran spy wearing a Capuchin garb. The Capuchin fact sheet also said that their cultural center at Nueva Ocotepeque, which pro- vided literacy training and other educational services, was devas- tated by bombing and equipment stolen or destroyed. It said that the mission's vehicles and two radio transmitters were stolen. Four Capuchin priests, one Ca- puchin Brother, a lay mission- ary -- all from the United States -- and one Honduran priest conducted the mission. One Capuchin described the at- tack on the cultural center as an "orgy of lead, blood, sacking and hate." Another reported that vultures feasted on the unburied corpses Layman Gets High Post in Sisterhood Evergreen Park, Ill. (NC) -- Paul R. Wozniak has been ap- pointed executive director of the American province of the Little Company of Mary -- the first layman named to an executive po- sition in the 76-year history of the community in this country. Wozniak, an alumnus of St. Louis University, has been in hospital administration work since 1955. He is a member of the board of directors of Little Company of Mary Hospital here and has been the associate administrator since 1959. In his new duties he will serve with Sister Mary Catherine, provincial, and the provincial council as coordinator of the com- munities five hospitals here, in Jasper, Ind., San Pierre, Ind., Torrance, Calif., and Buenos Aires, Argentina. of soldiers and animals. And another, who called the war "brutal and foolish," said: "Now the greatest fight will be to begin again the human and Christian progress of these people. I can feel the hatred which they hold. I would like to write more, but I still have a heart of human flesh, and I am crying." POSTS Post Table, Oessert, and Altar Wines ini wines * WlTII * Iinoe 1880 "04" POST WINERY. INC. - ALTUS, ARK. -- PHONE 468--2741 ,i Morrilton -- The Rev. Joseph T. Hanicheck, C.S.Sp. new Ad- ministrator of Sacred Heart Church, Morrilton, came to Mor- rilton last June to assist The Rev. Julian Wrobel, C.S.Sp., pas- tor, who recently became Pro- vincial Procurator of the Holy Ghost Fathers' western province. Father Hanichek is a native of Bridgeport, Conn. He attended St. John's School in Bridgeport. In 1921 he began his training as a Holy Ghost Father whenhe entered the Holy Ghost Fathers' Minor Seminary in Cornwells Heights, Pa. In 1926, he went to the Holy Ghost Fathers' Novitiate in Ridgefleld, Conn. where he was professed August 15, 197. He then entered St. Mary's Seminary in Norwalk, Conn. where he was ordained September 21, 1934. Father Hanichek has served as assistant pastor at Notre Dame Church, Chippewa Falls, Wis- consin; Sacred Heart Church, Tarentum, Pa.; St. Joachlms's, Detroit; Holy Ghost Church, in New Orleans. In 1943 he was assigned as pastor at St. Cyp- rian's Church in Helena, Ar- kansas. In August, 1959 he be- came pastor at St. James, Alex- andria, La., and in May, 1968 he was named pastor of St. Monica's, New Orleans, where he remained until last June when that parish was turned over to the diocesan clergy. Forest & , fires burn a hole in your money 0: HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES V Ou., IN THE SOUTH ALTUS--St. Mary's Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 CLINTOH -- (Station). Sunday Mass: 4:00 p.m. and ZO:00 e.m. Holyday Masses: 8=00 and (Legion Hut). 10:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. MORRILTON- Slued Head Church. Sunday lOONEViLLl--Attumption Church. Sunday Matt, Masses: 7:00, 9:00 and 11:00 a.m. Holyday 9:00 a.m. Holyday Mass: .500 p.m. Masses: 6:00 and 8:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. State Sanatorium. 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