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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 22, 1982 Bishop Continued from Pg. 2 Father Joe Murphy, in the same hospital; Deacon Frank Sluppick, in the same hospital; Deacon Cliff Rowland in the Veterans Hospital. On Sunday at 6 in the morning, Norman Schmuck and I drove south to Holy Cross Church in Crossett. At 9:00, we assembled with Father Charters and the faithful to administer the Sacrament of Confirmation. The Confirmation was followed by a delightful reception. Then, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schwartz hosted a luncheon in their home for us. We enjoyed this hospitality but could not stay to do the dishes because we wanted to be in North Little Rock at 5 o'clock. We did arrive at St. Joseph's Home in time to celebrate the golden jubilee of Sister Norbert with her local community. Sister Frederick prepared a wonderful meal. Monsignor Seheper with a'tiny radio kept us in tune with the World Series. Your friend, Andrew J. McDonaid Bishop of Little Rock Deaths CHARLES H. DENMAN, Heber Springs, Oct. 7, 1982. KATHLEEN MONTGOMERY, El Dorado, Oct. 7, 1982. ANDREW P. MURRAY, Wynne, Oct. 16, 1982. Jg "The 5atur ay Bank" AND TRUST COI=NY MAIN OFFICE: Pierce t "R" Street- I-77 BRANCH OFFICE: 10901 Rodney Prham - 661-TW0 l STEVE PINTER CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY llii Chkol Road Office 568-3939 Home 888-2913 YORKWOOD, S.W. Little Rock - Southwest Little Rock's finest area. Sharp 3 BR, 2 baths, den and living room. WBFP. Double garage. On large corner lot. Pool and tennis 3 blocks way. Assume 8a4% non-escalating loan $422.00 a month. Only $59,900. Diocesan PO00ews Briefs LITTLE ROCK - Arkansas churches are urged to join in the national custom of ob- serving the weekend of Nov. 5-% the weekend before Veterans Day, as Navy Sabbath. Naval reservists, veterans and active duty personnel will be wearing their uniforms to church that weekend. Use of the Navy Hymn, "Eternal Father Strong to Save," in the worship service also is recommended. The Naval Reserve Association sponsors "Navy Sabbath" in co-operation with the recom- mendation of The Conference of Ec- clesiastical Endorsing Agents of Chaplains and the Armed Forces Chaplains Board. FORT SMITH - The Life and Breath Club will hold its monthly meeting Monday, Oct. 25, at 7 P.M., in the auditorium of the Physician's Building, adjacent to St. Edward Mercy Medical Center. Dr. Jerry Stewart, M.D., pulmonary specialist with the Cooper Clinic, will discuss "Coping with a breathing problem." The Life and Breath Club is an educational organization open to those having respiratory problems and also to their families. Meetings are offered at no charge. NEW DIXIE - Knights of Columbus Council 6680 will sponsor a Spaghetti and Sausage Dinner Saturday, Nov. 13, from 4 to 7:30 P.M. at St. Boniface Hail. A dance will follow from 8 P.M. to midnight. Proceeds will go to the K. of C. Mentally Retarded Program. Cost is $4 for adults, $2.50 for children under 12 and free for children under 6. Kolbe Continued from Pg. 1 religious song which these unhappy souls, guided and comforted by Blessed Maximilian, raised to the Lord." Traditionally, Catholicism demands as a technical prerequisite for martyrdom, that death be inflicted out of hatred for Christian life and teachings. The church traditionally holds that one who dies from risks accepted as a consequence of an apostolate or way of life chosen for Christ were confessors or holy women rather than martyrs. But there have been exceptions. St. Maria Goretti was canonized as a martyr in 1950 because she died for refusing to sacrifice her virginity. "God does not wish it. It is a sin," she told her advancing attacker, who then stabbed the 12-year-old Italian girl with a dagger. The Polish and German bishops feel that the title of martyr has a symbolic value. "We bishops are convinced," they told the Pope, "that, especially in our times when so many people, declaredly atheist or without faith, outraged God by treading on and scorning even their neighbor, abusing power and resorting to violence and terror, the heroic faith of Blessed Maximilian, who went as far as martyrdom in the highest witness to the love of Christ, will be for all an effective stimulus and incitement to reaffirm human and Christian values." Member of St. Mary's Parish in Hot Springs - 45 Years I I DAN WOLF STATE REPRESENTATIVE 1957 and 1958 ALDERMAN HOT SPRINGS 1959 MAYOR.. 1960 to 1971 Paid by Dan Wolf - roua MAYOR "The qualified, experienced candidate" Your vote and influence u, tll be appred: LITTLE ROCK - The annual Arkansas Heifer Project International banquet will be held Monday, Oct. 25, at 7 P.M. at the Second Presbyterian Church (one block east and south of the 1-430 Cantrell Road intersection). Tickets are $5 per person. Reservations may be made by writing or calling the HPI office, P.O. Box 808, Little Rock, Arkansas 72203, phone: (501) 376-6836. N. LITTLE ROCK - The Immaculate Conception Arts and Craft Guild will hold its 12th annual Bazaar featuring crafts, dolls, wreaths and other Christmas items Friday, Nov. 5, from 6 to9 P.M., and Saturday, Nov. 6, from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. The bazaar will be at the Parish Center, 7000 John F. Kennedy Boulevard. For more information, call 835- 4589 or 753-5438. LITTLE ROCK - Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish will hold its Arts and Crafts Christmas Bazaar Saturday, Oct. 23, from 10 A.M. to 5 P.M., and Sunday, Oct. 24, from 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. The event will be in the Parish Hall, Tyler and 'T' Streets. Proceeds will go toward a new Parish Center. FORT SMITH - Catholic Daughters of the Americas Court Joan of Arc 482 held a reception for new members at the Knights of Columbus hall. New members are Mrs. Elaine Moore, Mrs. Mary Wilson and Mrs. Helen Cates. Regent Rata Heifrich presided at the business meeting. The Court will hold a Halloween Party Wednesday, Oct. 27, at the K. of C. Hall. LITTLE ROCK - The Arkansas Council of Churches will hold its 27th annual Assembly Tuesday, Nov. 9, at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, 310 West 17th Street. Registration will begin at 9:30 A.M. Cost is $5, including lunch. Theme of the assembly will be "True Compassion." MOUNTAIN HOME - Marian Schmidt has been elected president of the Columbian Ladies Auxiliary to Knights of Columbus Council 7353. Other officers named for the coming year are Rata Kirsch, vice-president; Mary Me Donald, secretary, and Geri Nowak, treasurer. LITTLE ROCK - The Sisters of Mercy have announced winners of prizes at their recent bazaar at Mount St. Mary Academy. The first prize was won by Mrs. Marilyn Schiratti, mother of a Mount senior; second prize, a gift certificate to "That's Entertainment," won by Carolyn Caywood Newton, Chicago; third prize, a gift certificate from Dillard's, won by Mrs. W. E. Smith, North Little Rock, and the fourth prize, a wood and brass ceiling fan, won by Kim Henderson, a Mount St. Mary junior. N. LITTLE ROCK - Julian Oswald has been named Knight of the Month by Knights of Columbus Council No. 6253. The Jim. Thomas family has been designated Family of the Month. Advertise in e Guardian ..c, HARRY FOLTZ MUNICIPAL JUDGE An Experienced Attorney... * A licensed lawyer for seventeen years. * Has counseled and represented thousands of clients over the years. * Has practiced in the Municipal, Juvenile, Circuit, Chancery, Federal & Arkansas Supreme Courts . Executive Director of Western Arkansas LegaIServices 1978 to Present-- Supervisor of six staff attorneys. i II iii!i  Harry Foiti ws born nd raised in Fort Smith. 't He is the fourth generation of i Fort Smith i[i[{ !i family long dedicated to serving Western :::::: !i! Arkansas. His father, the late Dr. Thomas P. ii::!:: i::!: Folh, was long time Fort Smith physician, and :::i:::::: iiii his molhor, Eleanor Albers Foltz, has been a iiiii! i::: leader in area civic affairs. ;: ii ttarrv Folti attended Fort Smith public schools, President of Sebastian County Bar and graduated from Washington & Lee Association 1980-1981, and member of :i: university with B.A. degree. He earned his law degee from the University of Arkansas in the Arkansas and American Bar ;:::: 1965, the same year he was admitted lo the i::iii:: * Will bring to the Municipal JudgeshipASSciatins" i! Arkansas Bar. i! !i:00iii ". is m.rr,, fo the former 00'uaner Shoemaker, who is presently a teacher at Ira- the balanced, impartial approach 71iil maculate Conception Jr. High School. The iiii i!i!i i Foltzes have two children, Harry Jr., age 13 a :::i required. ::!ii studenl it Chaffin Jr. High, and Embry, age II, ::i::!:::: i! studentat EchoIs. iii Paid by Harry Foltz ii:...::iiiiiiiiiiii!!iiiiii!ii!iiiiiii!i!i!i!i!i!i!!.!i!i!i!iiiiiii!iiiiiiii!iii!iiii!:!i:::::!::ii:!!!!:!:::::::::::::::::::::::: !!:: Papal Backs Vatican City (NC) -- Pope chosen "Social Communications Promotion of Peace" as the theme next World Communications Day, 1983. In a communique, the Vatican choice was linked to the United decision to dedicate 1983 to the the mass media. The communique hinted that the message for the 1983 observance clude proposals for a new world order. "Communications today, more dominate the attention of societies as an indispensable authentic development and solidarity 1 nations, so much so as to be able to that 'If you desirepeace, your brothers,'" the Vatican said. "In this sense the experts and international organizations have aware, with ever greater of for a new international order of munications as an essential just distribution of goods and energi communique added. Such a new order is especially times like ours when "the fates of appears to depend ever more on of knowledge, communicated service of all," the Vatican said. In the past, Pope John Paul has call for a new information order but l supported any specific proposals. The as yet undefined and troversial new order is promoted Third World countries as a correcting the current imbalance formation, which they say favors countries at their expense. The United States and many othe rl countries oppose the thrust of and Soviet-bloc proposals, saying would amount to state control of the World Communicaitons DaY established by Pope Paul VI in intended to focus attention on the role media in modern society, to structive criticism of the media, those whose work in noteworthy and to tell communities responsibility in improving World-wide, the date for celebration is May 15, but dates servanee vary from nation to nation. Pine B YOUNG'S LAUNDRY AND CLEANEBfi 917 Main Street Pine Bluff, ArkanS! FUNERAL DIRE CHERRY ST AT 8TH AVE. / PHONE