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October 4, 1974     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, CX::;TOBER 4, 1974 From tke r i Managing Editor's Desk.. Ill Next week, Oct. 6-12, will be Newspaper Week in the United States, a time when free- dam's "watchdog" is supposed to bark loud and long about the menace of its bite. Watergate undoubtedly will figure prominently in the en- comia which the press will heap on itself. But the shortcomings of the media probably will be overlooked. The value of a "free press" will be recounted, and the dedication of secular newspapers to truth will be affirmed. Expect nothing to be said, however, about the media's responsibility to tell the whole truth and nothing but the truth, and their obligation not to withhold truth When the public should know it. Newspapers claim to be society's conscience, but they ignore the fact that a true conscience does not adjust itself to the whims of fickle society. It is a safe bet that no American metropolitan daily will acknowledge specific shortcomings, like the lack of objectivity in reporting such Lodt Fm, BEEF VEAL PORK PURE PORK SAUSAGE MEAT PRODUCTS Since 1195 PHONE 565-1535 Little Rock, Ark. Advance Registration Form for Joint DCCM-DCCW Convention at North Little Rock, Oct. 19-20 Name Address Parish C ity Z ip Full registration fee--,$10; Meetings only---S3; Banquet only---S7. -o-o-o- Return completed form and fee to Mrs. Harry Riddle, I j 4808 N. Vine, North Little Rock, Ark. I I 72116 I II I I subjects as feticide ("abor- tion"). And don't expect mention of the. fact that "abortion" laws were originally enacted by Protestants, not by Catholics, and that their liberalization is possible only because many Protestants have changed their beliefs. Don't look either for acknowledgement that the rights of an unborn baby are just as important as the rights of the mother. Newspapers should never promote error. So, in regard to "abortion," editors should recognize that moral law does not change, that it cannot require one thing in one generation and the opposite in a later generation. I I Shoe Repair  Dyeing Shoe Prescription 4Z Yrs. la l)mratowa I,-I1, Phone 31'2-6830 Loading Z4flo Provldod Ill FrlN I13 i i , i NELSON- BALMAZ IHSURANCE Office 227-4574 i i BEAT THE HIGH COST OF GAS & ELECTRICITY! WE HAVE IN STOCK: CLOTHES LINE POLES, CLOTHES LINES, CLOTHES PINS AND BAGS AND CLOTHES BASKETS. Business - Personal .__ JAMES NELSON- BALMAZ Rodney Parham and Hidden Valley Drive FULCHER HARDWARE CARLISLE, ARK. i I Steinheils Named ! Farm Family of Year I I Dermott -- A Catholic family, I Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steinheil and their daughters, Amy and I Jennifer, 1, Dermott, of Route have been named the Drew I County Farm Family of the year. I The Steinheil's, com- i municants of St. Mary's parish I here, live in the Panther Break I community and operate a 600- I acre farm, raising mostly I soybeans. They moved to their i home about four years ago. i Steinheil is formerly from McGehee and Mrs. Linda Steinheil is a native of Lake Village. I I PRESS OFFICER Chicago (NC) -- Father I James P. Roache, secretary for I communications of the Chicago archdiocese, has been named to serve again as English- I language press officer for the 1974 Synod of Bishops in world Rome. Catholic High Gets the Ball Two-hundred-fifty miniature footballs, to be given away at Catholic High School home games, are donated to the school each year by the Pulaski Federal Savings & Loan Association. Coach George Loss, left, is pictured here ac- cepting the 1974 gift from George Berg, manager of the University and Asher branch of the association. Berg is a communicant of Christ the King parish, Little Rock. Subiaco Names 23 Students To National Honor Society Subiaco -- Twenty-three Subiaco Academy students have been admitted to the Academy's branch of the National Honor Society, ac- cording to Father Benno Schluterman, O.S.B., principal. Members for the 1974-75 school term, all juniors and seniors, are: Terry Costello, Chris Jasper, Pat Kennedy, Jackie Komp, Eugene Robbins, Lawrence Schluterman, Mark Rust, Mike Willems, Juan Zelaya Gary Gilbert, Bill Kosub, Tim Branham, Charles Anderson, Bill Bowers, Ed- mund Gray, Chuck Hatley, Don Mowles, Marty Rust, Mark Borgognoni, Pat Burton, Donald Mansour, Gerald Plafcan and Scott Stewart? Four sophomores were ad- mitted as probation members. They are Kirk Busby, Damian Scott Ventilating * RoorVe,lt00 Residential Home Service RooFing All Types oF C A L L Gul:ters, Storm Doors, Windows 7 5 3 - 3 91 9 * Replacement Windows NUN IS POLITICIAN Tucson, Ariz. (NC) Sister Clare Dunn of the Sisters of St. Joseph, who won the Democratic nomination to the Arizona House of Represen- tatives from District 13, said that she is waging her cam- paign because "decent, con- Gray, Kenny Helfrich, Eddie Eckart. Students for the National Honor Society are selected by a majority vote of the faculty, based on leadership, character, service, and scholarship. At Subiaco, a "B" average is the academic prerequisite for membership. The Qu00.a00d__i,0.n Published Weekly by The Guerdlan Preu, Inc. 20 N. Tyler St., LIt Rock Ark. Erdeced is  mafle AlCdl 21, 1111, ilt #1 iIit offll of Little Rldl, m, und the Act of Ccxqlre of Ibrch I, 1M7. Second-chin ptqe pd at Little Rock, Arkamsas SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: SS. per yeer kl Ie Unicl Stahm Canada U..q8 - Fore $7.50 PUBLISHER MOST REVEREND ANDREW J. McDONALD, D.D. Bishopof Llttle Rock EDITOR REV. MONSIGNOR THOMAS L KEANY, Ph. D. Mount St. MKy Ar.ademy Llffle RC, 72207 MANAGING EDITOR MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL Ad'm All Del0arlma p.O. B 7411 FORREST PARK STATION - ZIP 72207 cerned legislators have been : . Rmlm'l''''''lmlmm''''l'm I two few and too powerless to do y.A'5 [ TUTORING [ muc-- ..,--i --. -- -, ..0, .... , -, , II that s reMly effective. | Charter 6 : aBus!., r Lienhertl Park Plaza Center Uenr. : Phone 664-2880 : : Leami00 Foundations : I I I The Tutoring Center I Liinnniiinuununnunnil Any size Bus available, from school bus to luxury air con- ditioned coaches. HOUSTON-BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES 2715 W. lOth 666-9891 Teachers CONTINUED FROM PAGE | New Orleans inner city. In 1969, she was named Beta Sigma Phi Outstanding Young Woman of the Year. Miss Thomas, a kindergarten teacher and primary guidance counselor at Lourdes Com- munity School, completed her Master's studies in guidance and counseling at Loyola University, New Orleans, has served as a volunteer in the Child Psychiatry Division of LSU Medical School and as head resident for women's Housing at Loyola. Miss Goodwyne, president- elect of the New Orleans Ar- chdiocesan Guidance Association, has been program director for the National Catholic Guidance Conference and has conducted teachers' workshops for the New Orleans archdiocese. She presently is director of guidance at Lourdes Community School, a program which she developed. She has completed her Master's studies in psychology and counseling at Our Lady of the Lake, San Antonio, Texas. f HELP PREVENT i FOREST FIRES o..* IN THE SOUTH Convention to Right-to-Life B( N. Little Rock -- Arkansas Right-to-Life mittee will staff a booth annual joint convention Little Rock Diocesan Men in St. Patrick's here Saturday, Oct. 19. Members will abortion literature answer questions committee's work. be from 8:30 A.M. to I Plans for the discussed at the meeting of the commi 24. Annual St. Mary's Parish Carnival Sunday, October 13, 1974 (16th and Parker Sts., North Little Rock) Beginning at 4:00 P.M. Spaghetti Supper, 4:30 to 7:30 P.M. Refreshments - Games - Prizes - Fun for All 10 Years & Under $1.00, Adults Sg.00 Study at St. Vincent Infirmary for a Rewarding Career in Practical Nursing Prepare for a career which offers respectable earni capacity and broad opportunities in today's expandi health service field. Jobs are waiting and you are needed. REQUIREMENTS , Min. age 17 years Good Heai High Schoolor G.E.D. Pro-entrance Test Students receive $75 montly during the 53-week course. Graduates are eligible to take State Board Examination for Licensed Practical Nurse (L.P.N.) Apply during Oct. and Nov. for class beginning March, 1975. Apply in person by appointment. Call 661-3835, 1-3 p.m., Mon.-Fri. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION I I I I I MAlL THIS COUPON TODAY III I I| Director, School of Practical Nursing St. Vincent Infirmary Markham at University Little Rock, Arkansas 72201 Address. Apt. No. City .. Zip