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Mr. and Mrs. John J. Plafcan Couple Marks Jubile e; 8 Children in Convent Mr. and Mrs. John residents of the Community in Prairie and communicants of & Methodiu's Church, the 50th anniversary marriage last Sunday with an open recep- the parish hall. alld Mrs. Plafcan were d in Stuttgarl, Arkansas 10, 1916. They both the village of Kriv- Slovakia, Europe. Mr. came to America in Mrs. Plafcan (nee in 1913. •After ]arriage they lived in until 1919 when they to Slovak where they since. are the parents of eight all of whom were with the occasion: Three John and George five daughters Frank Murawski of diana, Mrs. Alex Bodak Point, Indiana, Sister R.S.M., of Hot Know... spend $136 pet" annually on alcoholic and cigarettes? SundayOct. 23) Springs, Frances Plafcan of Little Rock, and Sister M. Methodius, R.S.M., of North Little Rock. They have 17 grandchildren. Last Monday morning, the jubilarians renewed vows at the SS. Cyril & Methodius Church at a concelebrated Mass offered by the pastor, The Rev. Amos H. Enderlin, The Rev. Paul J. Plafcan of Cleveland, Ohio, and The Rev. William K. Welhnan. After the jubilee Mass, an in- scribed papal blessing was pre: sentcd to Mr. and Mrs. Plafcan on behalf of the family by Sis- ter Mary Cyrillus. New Jacksonville Parish Organizes Altar Society Jacksonville -- Thirty-three women of the new mission of St. Jude the Apostle met Mon- day night in their parish hall and organized an Altar Society. Mrs. John De Salvo was elected president; Mrs. Don Gander, vice president, and Mrs. Garth Travis, •secretary and treasurer. The meeting date will be the s a Union,: National office Y ighb h od our ne or o ... MAIN OFFICE 4th & Louisiana AUTO BANK. On, Loulslemm Behind' Main, 'Office TAN GLEWOOD OFI=I C E Cantrell & MiulUippi PARK PLAZA OFFICE VI L, LAGE ,OPPICE 112 South University' Asher KNew Benton Highway SOUT4.tWET OFFICE • '" 3920 West. 6Sth Sfreet SOUTHEAST OFFICE I001 .. ,East-Roosevelt UniOn NatiOnaiBank of Uttle Rock r To Curb A Trend German Bishops Issue Warning Against Misinterpreting Council Fulda, Germany (E)  At the end of their annual meeting here, the German bishops is- sued a pastoral letter in which they warned against misinter- pretation and exaggeration of the decrees of the Second Vati- can Council. The letter said that there are certain views which did not originate as a result of it, which the bishops must actively op- pose in exercising their func- tion as preservers of the Gos- pel. In their letter, the bishops said that at present the council is more alive in some exag- gerated statements of the press, both conservative and progres- sive, than it is in the lives of German Catholics. The letter declared that the Church, both before and after the council, is the same Church founded by Jesus Christ. But, it added, the Church must be reformed. The pastoral letter closed with an urgent appeal to all German Catholics -- conserva- tives, progressives, the hesitant° priests, Religious, laity  to travel together with the bishops the road toward reform. Re- form can only be made, the let- ter said, if all work together. A balanced outlook on the Church's present .needs -- to keel) the Gospel message intact while shedding outmoded ways of presenting it--was sounded as the meeting's keynote by Julius Cardinal Doepfner of Munich. The Conference decided to establish 18 permanent commis- sions to deal with theological and practical questions. Bish- ops will compose the commis- sions' membership but priests and laymen will serve as con- sultants. Recommendations of these commissions will be con- sidered at the annual plenary second Monday in each month at 7:30 P.M. in the parish hall. All Catholic women in the par- ish have been invited to join. Since much is needed for the new mission most discussion was on money-making •projects. The first one decided on will be a bake sale to be held to- morrow, October 15 at 10 A.M. at the Jacksonville shopping center. The group also will sell Christmas cards. HOLY SOULS (Continued from. Page 10}, Madey, William A. May, Jr:, Raymond A. Moran, Leo C. O1- berts, Jr., A. J. Wrape, Jr., Ray- mond H. Boedeker, James J. Brown, O. B. Claud, William M.. Hartman, Henry W. Miller, Jr., Charles R. Peaker, and Fred J. Menz. The proposed new church and rectory will be erected on. a site directly north of and. across 'T' Street from the exist- ing church. The edifice will be located at the corner of Tyler and "I" Streets and will face south. The church, designed in the contemporary style of arch- itecture by Swaim, Allen, Well- born & Associates, architects, will seat 600 persons and will be constructed and furnished to conform to the liturgical re- forms arising from the Second. Vatican Council and will con- tain all the essential elements recommended by the Fathers of the Church. Construction is expected to start in 1967. When the new church is completed, the exist- ing church will be renovated, to provide additional classroom space. Keep Current Read The Guardian sessions of the hierarchy. One of the first tasks of the commis- sions will be plans for the for- mation of priests' councils and so-called pastoral councils of priests and laymen in all Ger- man dioceses. As another means of increas- ing cooperation between priests and laity, the establishment of a permanent diaconate was studied. Deacons with families and secular employment would. improve contact between the Church and the world, it was said. The bishops have decided to consult the other European bishops' conferences with re- gard to this matter. The bishops considered at length Germany's school prob- lems. There is a current edu- cational tendency in the coun- try toward consolidation of small schools into large central schools. Although many of the state-supported schools are de- nominational, either Catholic or Protestant, some educators and government leaders insist that the new central schools should be nondenominational Christian schools, attended by both Pro- testant and Catholic students. The bishops, in a cmnmunique, declared that they are not op- posed to educational reform where changes in modern so- ciety require it, but they stress- ed the value of Catholic educa- tion, as the Vatican council and their own earlier statements had done, They expressed their continued, and wholehearted support for the Catholic school, OCT. 14, 196613 Q; THE GUARDIAN i , Dr. Annie gremyer Chiropractor 310 EastNinth St. Little Rock FR 2-2684 In Men. Wed. Frl. and Sat. Reverence - Dignity - Sincerity Serving & Catholic Families SINCE 1905 HEALEY00ROTH PUNEAL DIEECTOES B8OO WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS, i ii ii HELP US TO HELP THOSE WHO ARE IN NEED I Please call us before you discard your used cutlery, disheel utensils, glasses, jewelry, linens, shoes and sox, coats and hats, blankets, spreads, drapes, beds, chairs, tables, chests, and other household furnishings. 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