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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN. OCTOBER 4. 1974 3 Mount teachers Teachers A,00an00asHnred O,rom five Little Rock -- Three Association, grandch:]'l at Mount Saint Mary Academy: Pioneers, Bookfellows, AAUW, Mrs. St. John, Latin Sister M. Ricarda McGuire, and Delta Kappa Gamma. received her BA and.J R.S.M., librarian; Mrs. Adgie Mrs. Williams is a past state degrees at the UniverS. Williams, counselor; and Mrs. president of Delta Kappa North Carolina, major-if Laura St. John, Latin teacher, Gamma and has served on French. Shedid further st have been named Outstanding many committees. She Institut Catholique in ,] Secondary Educators of presently is state chairman of France where she recei I America of 1974 and have DKG's Good Neighbor Diplome de Traduction. A,. received citation certificates to Scholarship which carries on a Mrs. St. John was cited V,( the prestigious group, cultural exchange with Mexico Little Rock JCs as a.J Sister Ricardais an authority and she has been named to standing Young Educa aklno lidp fa h .od in serve on the International 1974. She taught Latin at on ......... , .................  . ' Y%"; I the :eaf2:2gr?2dlIellaUr:rtlige C2:ti;e, ac:nmitteWladt SterMarYasf::;::s ,er4 I in 'i l Vatican Overseers To Help Shrine Doylestown, Pa. (NC) -- The Vatican has appointed two apostolic visitors to study the financial difficulties of Pauline Fathers' National Shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa here, it was announced here. Bishop George Guilfoyle of Camden, N.J., and Passionist Father Paul Boyle of Chicago, past president of the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, were named to investigate situation and study possible ways to clear the shrine of more than $4.6-million in defaults on bonds and liens. The latest blow to the small community of the Poland-based Pauline Fathers was a court judgment in September that the order was in default on $2.8- million in bonds. Mr. Ledwedge Places A Toy Mercy Legion Putting Toys For Tots in Recovery Rooms Little Rock -- A toy within easy reach of a young patient as he revives from anesthesia provides a happy distraction from his physical discomfort Tanglewood and the new Legion of Mercy is consciousness in the recovery promoting the practice in the room. The hospital cares for Diocese of Little Rock. children from all parts of A contributor to the toy fund Arkansas. About 15 undergo at Arkansas Children's surgery every day. Hospital, Little Rock, is Although Mr. Ledwedge Raymon Ledwedge of Hot visited Children's Hospital in Springs, who was the first connection with his con- Arkansan to enroll in the tribution, Mrs. Opal Lucas is Legion, organized a month ago the only Legion member "Slides with a Purpose" ap- peared in Catholic Library World last October. In it, she used the Lascaux caves and the hieroglyphic efforts of primitive peoples to prove the old truism that "a picture is worth a thousand words." Sister Ricarda received both her BA and MS in Library Science at Lady of the Lake College, San Antonio, and did further study at George Peabody College for Teachers and Kent University. She presently is librarian and audio- visual coordinator at Mount St. Mary's and has taught courses in library sciences and AV in Education at UALR. She is a member of NEA, Arkansas Library Association, American Library Association, Delta Kappa Gamma, and Poets' Roundtable of Arkansas. Mrs. Williams is well known professionally in the state for having served as a member of the AEA Board, board member of Mental Health of Pulaski is instrumental in selecting also was an instructor during a ; i outstanding women from other at UALR s countries to come to the United session. States for graduate study. She is affiliated She and her husband, Alton, Arkansas Laflguage | are the parents of two children, and Delta Kappa Oa | Alton Gantt and Adgie Lou Society. ---,4 I As close to nature's beauty as manki can create. Little Rock's largest Cha' pel and Family Room . . . for Rosaf ,, _ by Father Robert C. Kepple, currently assigned to do County, president of Little Rock el on ,  ralltl, lIP associate pastor of Good volunteer work there.. Council Education, member Services. ==== Counsel parish. Father Kepple saiu anyone of the Governor s Committee on ..... E q .. The hospital maintains a interested in volunteering Salute to Education, and a ,-ff.ff, bL member of the Governor's rmu = Miss. & Contrell large selection of toys, donated should write to The Legion of seminar on drugs by organizations and in-Mercy, 1321S. Vantmren,.itue . " " d HEALEY BOTH t, , dividuals, so that each child Rock, Ark. 72204, providing his She receivedboth her BA an ................. | || co-B- o who undergoes an operation has name, address, Zip code and MA degrees from State College .................  1" ][ l[/][J one handy when he regains telepnone numoer, of Arkansas and did further PHONE (501 664-4433 Li / )'"1"--0 " S " " study at Umvermty of Arkansa and George Washington  5800 WEST TWELFTH - ." Cardinal Doesn't Know University. She holds mem- 111'1"11: on,v AOI[ "l,,fla DO NUT SHOP - -. . - - bership in AEA, Arkansas LI//I.I. nubn, nnn. //./.Uq 664-5353 What Religious Education Is Personnel and Guidance 7514 Cantrell Rd. 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