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On A Singular Day in Stuttgart converts received the Sacraments of William Barnett and Tommy Wilson. Behind Confirmation and Holy Eucharist them is the pastor, Father John A. Janesko, 15 in Holy Rosary Church, Stuttgart. who administered the sacraments. The here, wearing stoles symbolic of quintet received Communion under both priesthood of Christ, species with members of their families during from left, Sydney Sanderson, Roy O. the I0 A.M. Sunday Mass. Ill, Mrs. Mary Ruth Selig, I Multinational Firms Scored by U$CC Unit Washington (NC) -- The U.S. Catholic Conference Depart- ment of Social Development and World Peace has said there is mounting evidence that the concentrated power "of a relatively few multinational corporations and banks inhibits international development and deters the process of achieving justice here and abroad." The department expressed its view in a statement entitled "Development - Dependency: The Role of Multinational Corporations." "The time is at hand for us not only to question the enormous power wielded by so few people and institutions, but in a more fundamental way, to question the underlying motivation behind such unbridled power," the statement said. Happening CDA Honors Texarkana Ecumenist Miss Mary Agnes Graves, right, of Catholic Daughters Court Our Lady of Lourdes accepts a National Award of Merit from State Regent Mrs. Kathryn Turchi during a recent meeting of her court in Texarkana. Miss Graves, sister of His Excellency Bishop Lawrence P. Graves of Alexandria, La., was cited for her work as state chairman of the CDA's Ecumenical Involvement Committee. She recently received the Little Rock Diocesan Meritorious Service Award in recognition of 40 years as organist of St. Edward's Church, Texarkana. Here and There Around the Diocese WEST MEMPHIS West Memphis CYO does ing well. It has recently ",'red two Youth Masses, a the Mid-South Fair, and a Wash project that netted iSavid James, publicity -:.,aan, said softball games CYO boy s and St. I STEINWAY PIANOS iOR THOSE i llltO WANT '  FINEST if GERALD NEAL 3417 W. 12th, LittLe Rock 06 Ouach ha, Hot Springs 19 W. Jacksonvitle Michael's parish men and CYO girls and St. Michael's parish women were equally successful. The boys won 8 to 3 and the girls 6 to 4, and they made money during the outing selling pop- sicles and soft drinks. FORT SMITH Mrs. Paul Knight was elected recording secretary of Court Joanne of Arc, Catholic Daughters of America here, to succeed Mrs. Bill Lensing, who resigned. She was elected Sept. 25 at a meeting at which Regent Mrs. Charles Bell presided. Father Bernard Malone, pastor of Christ the King parish, was welcomed as the newly- appointed court chaplain. Mrs. John Turchi of Pine Bluff, state SHOPPING CENTER MARKHAM a UNIVERSITY, LITTLE NOC I Arkansas' Most Popular FAMILY DINING Open !1 A.M. to 8 P.M. Everyday eOLDen HOIBT" Everything for the family and the home .Park Plaza .Downtown .McCc Mall regent, reported on the national convention held in Los Angeles in July. Also attending was the state treasurer, Mrs. Fulford Cook of Little Rock. A memorial service was conducted for Rose Ahlert, who died in July. Delegates to the joint con- vention of the Diocesan Councils of Catholic Women and Catholic Men will be chosen at a meeting in K. of C. Hall Oct. 9. STUTTGART The 1974-75 religious education program of Holy Rosary parish was inaugurated with a Liturgy Sept. 25 with the theme, "The Flowers of Tomorrow are in the Seeds of Today." The pastor, Father John A. Janesko, who offered the Massl read the Gospel of the Sower and the Seed and preached on the same theme. A banner emblazoned with the Liturgy theme was fastened across the front of the altar. The Epistle was read by Debbie Hoffpauir and the scriptural response by Margaret Ludwig. The lector was Kenny Makovec. Music, accompanied by guitarists, was directed by Sister Yvonne Lerner, O.S.B. At the Offertory procession, students placed their name tags on the altar, signifying the giving of them- selves. After Communion, Russell Black read a meditation entitled "Your Word Is Near." Public school children from the seventh to the 12th grades are registered in the Parish Education Program. After the opening Liturgy, students of the ninth to the 12th grades at- tended class. LITTLE ROCK The annual dinner, sponsored by Mount St. Mary's Alumnae Association, will be served Saturday, Oct. 12, from 5 to 7:30 P.M. in the Academy's main dining room. Chili will be served. Tickets will be $1.75 for adults and 75 cents for children under 12. Elizabeth Dober and Betty Jo Locke are co-chairmen of the arrangements committee. Assisting them are Rose Arkansas Obituaries JOHN L. SULLIVAN Little Rock - A Mass of Christian Burial was offered in Holy Souls Church here last Wednes- day for John L. Sullivan, 81, of 5128 B Street, a pro- minent Arkansas attorney who was a Past State Master of the Fourth Degree, Knights of Columbus, a former prosecuting attorney and municipal traffic judge. The pastor, Msgr. Francis A. Allen, V.G., officiated at the Mass, attended by a throng of government, civic and business leaders, Knights of Columbus and friends. Judge Sullivan, who died Sunday, was born in Brooklyn, Bar Association and Elks Lodge 1004. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Hazel Billings Sullivan; a son, Joseph L. Sullivan of Blount- stown, Fla.; five grandchildren and five great grandchildren. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery' by Griffin-Leggett. Pallbearers were Lewis Billings, David Billings, John Billings, Fred Lawrence, Earl Kelone and A. M. Wrape. HAROLD A. FORSBURG Hardy -- A Mass of Christian Burial was offered Sept. 21 in St. Michael's Church here for Harold Amandus Forsburg, 57, of Ozark Acres, a native of Chicago who died suddenly Sept. 17. The pastor, Father Earl J. Booth, officiated. Mr. Forsburg, son of the late Amandus and Martha For- Park Plaza Shopping Center Little Rock, Arkansas 72205 BOZO'S BIG TOP TOY SHOP "Creative Playthings" N.Y. He moved to Arkansas in sburg, was a retired night l,b_ Women's m Children's and Maternity Wear 1913 and graduated from superintendent of the Rauland Arkansas Law School 12 years Corporation. He was a member later while working for the of the Independent Foresters. People's National Bank. He sat Surviving are his wife, as a special judge in Municipal Margaret Zgoda Forsburg of I T'00*ERLING ST--RES_ cot O I several times and was Ozark Acres; a son, Harold of Pulaski County deputy North Lake, Ill.; a daughter, Mrs. Joyce Smoluck of prosecuting attorney during Chicago; and three grand- I OMPLETE V)RIETY STORE I World War II. He was appointed in 1956 to children. succeed Traffic Judge Murray 0. Reed who had been elected Pulaski County chancellor. In 1958, as assistant city attorney, he prosecuted traffic court cases, and in 1959 he was elected traffic judge, and gained national attention with his firm attitude toward repeat offenders. Judge Sullivan was a Past Grand Knight of Little Rock Council, Knights of Columbus, a life member of the Knights, and held membership in the American Association of Retired Persons, the Little Rock Lions Club, the Arkansas Father Booth conducted a Rosary service in the Higgin- botham chapel Sept. 19. Burial was in Baker Cemetery, Hardy. Pallbearers were Harold H. Forsburg, Earl Sinks, Ray Lightheiser, Walter Smoluck, Joseph Sapienza and Roman Langer. MRS. CLARA E. SHARUM Fort Smith -- Death came here Sept. 23 to Mrs. Clara Ellen Sharum, 31, of 1022 South 25th Street, a native of Fulton, Mo., who spent most of her life in SEE OBITUARIES PAGE 4 Hudgens, Georgia Rhea Berry and Ann Fallon. Alumnae willing to help prepare and serve the dinner may call Elizabeth Dober at 225-3210 or Sister M. Frances, R.S.M., at 666-5479; FAYETTEVILLE le annuaI Country Auction of St. Joseph's parish will be held here tomorrow, Saturday, Oct. 5, on the school grounds. At the same time, a rummage and white elephant sale will be conducted in old St. Joseph's Church, East Lafayette and Willow. Lunch and refresh- ments will he available. LITTLE ROCK Father Robert Kepple, associate pastor of Good Counsel parish and diocesan director of the Legion of Mercy, will explain the Legion's work Monday, Oct. 14, at 12:30 P.M. when he addresses the Holy Souls Council of Women in Holy Souls parish hall. The meeting will be open to all women of the parish. Garrett Bros. Florists 666-9434 ROY RHEA, Owner Rhea Drug Co. HILLCREST - L,P,, 2801 Kavanaugh 663-4131 FREE DELIVERY c00Nm KAVANAUGH & ASH Phone 663-2889 'liVe [Imder Skirls" DAN'S SHOE SHOP RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "The Best in skee Bellrinl" Phone 666-9731 2903 Kavanaugh Member Worthen Charge Service FOR YOUR PHARMACY NEEDS .... V'udt the gift department . . . oetmne jewelry . . . leather zoods . . . wrltln8 materlals . . . ready to be  pnckazed h our new, automatic wrapper. PLEASANT SERVICE Richard H. Sexton, Mgr. 5114 Kaveneugh FREE DELIVERY Phone 663-4118 Little Reck, Ark. 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