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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1974 j A Family of Knights The new Little Flower Council No. 6615, Knights of Columbus, in southwest Little Rock boasts of a father and three sons among its charter members. Wilfred L. Mazurek, second from left, and his sons, Wilfred, Jr., Jody and Jerry, are pictured above with State Deputy Odell Yoeum of Morrilton, left. Membership in the new council consists largely of new Knights from St. Theresa's parish, Little Rock, and Our Lady of Fatima parish, Benton. The Grand Knight is Jerry Griffin of St. Theresa's parish. The council's first initiation was held in August. St. John's Alumnus Named Monsignor is a consultor to Bishop John J. Cassata of Fort Worth. In 1972, he received Papal Knighthood in the Order of the Holy Sepulcher. The Monsignor, who has several graduate degrees and is professor of American church history at Holy Trinity Seminary, has held several pastorates and has been a member of the Priests' Senate and rector of Holy Spirit Minor Arlington, Texas - Father James J. Reilly, pastor of St. Maria Goretti parish here, a 1945 alumnus of St. John's Home Mission Seminary , Little Rock, Ark., has been appointed a Prelate of Honor by Pope Paul VI with the title Reverend Monsignor. Monsignor Reilly held several offices in the former Diocese of Dallas-Fort Worth and in the new Diocese of Fort Worth. He Seminary. I00ll Oo00oo 1 Remember? 50 YEARS AGO THIS- WEEK The Guardian reported: N. Little Rock -- The Hall at DAIRY PRODUCTS St. Patrick's parish was filled Buy It From as the school children presented Nearest Food Store. their Halloween program. Taking part in the several numbers were; Jack O'Lantern Drill -- Robert Paulette, Turner Eubanks, Adam Wallock, Bescher Warden, Robert Join the STAG Line $tao,00 EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Schaer, John Carmack, Elmer Ritchie, Felix Dapieralla, Ralph Mogridge, William Mogridge, Ultmont Morehouse, and George Wojhoski. Peter in the Pot (play) -- Charles Herbert, Constance Wilkievicz, Philomene Pruniski, James Neary, Pete Ritchie, Sylvester Wilkievicz, Angeleen Kaczka, Bernard Neary. Really Autumn Fairies -- Jean Phillips, Mary Pabian, Juanita, Nell Eubanks, Agnes Carter, Helen Boggs, Magaline Rust, Mary Catherine Herbert. Witch's Dance -- Daisy Brown, Margaret Paulette, Lucille Engster, Mary Sullivan, Zella Lemon, Mary Ellen Holt, Kathleen Roberts, Elizabeth Pruniski, Margaret Finley, Helen Rose Paulette. Frances Flower Shop 1222 W. 6th St. - 372-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your Diners, American Express and BankAmericard. 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Fort Smith -- Christ the King School, which opened in Sep- tember for the first time with classes in kindergarten and the first four grades, has an enrollment of 42. The tem- porary quarters of the new school were set up in Jewett Memorial Hall, which has been transformed into two up-to-date classrooms. Included in the program are art and music. Fasting Held Part Of Famine Fight Vatican City (NC) -- The world's current food shortage will "not go away until con- sumers change their eating habits and governments adopt generous policies, Archbishop Joseph Bernardin of Cincinnati said in a Vatican Radio in- terview. Noting that all people living on a "limited globe" are in- terdependent Archbishop Bernardin said that in such a world social justice "is a responsibility which makes an appeal to the consciences of all." I Social Awareness Is CYO P roject Little Rock -- The Diocesan Catholic Youth Organization has proclaimed Oct. 28 - Nov. 28 Social Awareness Month and ::'  : has pledged, through its executive board, to promote :- understanding of community needs in anticipation of the Nov. A 24 Campaign for Human Development. -, - - Films suitable for use in this connection, available from the Diocesan CYO office, 25 N. Tyler, Little Rock 72207, are "Building the City," "The Right to Hope," "To Be A People Again,' .... Home of the Free," and "Land of the Brave." Recommended projects for local CYOs are adoption of "grandmothers," visiting nursing homes, the sick and the aged, and, involvement in various social projects. / / Visiting the Sick Mrs. H. tl. Earnest, right, community affairs chairman of the Holy Souls Parish Council of Women, chats with Miss Marie L. Lloyd, a patient at the Williamsburg Inn, Little Rock. Visiting patients at the nursing home is a project of the parish council. PRAYER APPROVED Washington (NC) -- The Supreme Court has upheld a lower court ruling that in- vocation and benediction prayers at public high school commencement ceremonies do not violate the constitutional separation of church and state. The court refused to hear an appeal of a Pennsylvania court ruling that stressed the voluntary nature of com- mencement prayers. STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST GERALD NEAL 3417 W. 12th, Little Rock 106 Ouachita, Hot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacksonville Remembering the Bishop's The Little Rock diocesan Catholic Youth Or recently presented His Excellency Bishop McDonald a spiritual bouquet to mark his 51st Pictured making the presentation, from the left, arc Baker of Good Counsel parish, Little Rock, who is state CYO yearbook staff and who painted the Katrina Elskin of Christ the King parish, Little state CYO committeeman, who wrote a birthday entitled "You Are the Light of the World;" and of St. Theresa's parish, Little Rock, CYO deanery dinator. As close to nature's beauty as m can create. Little Rock's largest pel and Family Room . . . for Services. AMPLE PARKING HEALEY&ROTH FUNERAL DIRECTORS PHONE (501) 664-4433 5800 WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK ARK. 72204 t.rI]ER LITTLE ROCK q ;U VESTAL LAB Tom Jones Bus. 376-1002 Res. 753-1314 2116 Mlddleton No. Little Rock The Easy Way To Beautiful Floors Hospitals Schools Institutions Agriculture Enioy ! Take home a six pack TODAY ISENMAN DISTR. CO. Phone 374-561S Little Rock, Ark. i TEDFORD DRUG STORE Rexall C.B. Wright - T.E. Mattax PHARMACISTS Phone 374-4926 915 EAST NINTH STREET am co. I For Each Special Occas t -- Phone 753-6161 I A SPECIAL CAKE I 4214 MacArthur Drive I 1318 Main St.-Ph. 375-6416 I North Little Rock, Ark. PiKE PLAZA Economy Drug Pike Plaza Shopping Center DAN SARNA, Reg. Pharm. Member SL Mary's Parish 2700 Pike Ave. - 374-3785 North Little Rock, Ark.  ELECTRIC CO. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 4020 Bruno Rd,, Little Rock Licensed -- Bonded  Insured Phone 565.4674 WHITFIELD DIAMONDS WATCH Cantrell & Heights ,,Personaliked ' C.C. BUMPASS, ! 2909 W. Telephone 663" Pharmacy, Two 5901 West 12th 664-3907 - and - K-Mart Plaza 562-3740 MOHAWK and MASLAND CARPET Treadwnv's Floor Covering Phone M0 6-2312 Wilton Carpets . 'The Artistocrat of Floor Covering Since 180! ' * Vestal Floor Finishes * Wide Selection of Remnants 900 RODNEY PARHAM RD. Wilton Treadway LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS LoDrot Family Repairs and 1508 So. 666-718