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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 14, 1969 British Teachers Insist Religious Education Must Remain in Public Schools London (NC) -- A national teach- ers' advisory committee --after examining the uncertain future of Christian religious education in state schools -- had declared that such education should still be an important part of the curriculum. A strong pressure group backed by secularists in the press and in Parliament is agitating for the abolition of such education, an end to assembly prayers in the morning and the complete de-Christiani- zation of state schools. Some of them have proposed the substitution of classes in compara- tive religion in which pupils would be taught as general knowledge the story of the Bible and the principal doctrines of the world's major religions. The teachers' advisory commit- tee, however, said that Christian beliefs and morality should still be the core of religious education. It said children should be taught to know and love God and believe in Him. The committee is fairly repre- sentative of the mass of school teachers here, but its findings are only recommendations. But education anthorities in Liv- erpool, big industrial complexin the northwest, decided after studying the report to recom- mend its acceptance in principle. City Councilor David Ritchie said he felt that there is still a strong demand for religious in- struction generally. One of the main problems, he said, is finding teachers with the necessary qual- ifications. The teachers' report said that in primary schools -- for children up to the age of ii -- religious lessons should take place every day, but that in secondary schools for older students there should be two periods a week up to the fourth year. At present, religious education is compulsory in all state schools although it is left to the head teacher generally to decide how much and how often such instruc- tion is given. Hel,.00na HABIB'S CAFETERIA AND BAKERY "Home of: Fruit Cakes." Helena, Arkansas INN-B-TWEFN DRIVE IN i Charlene and Hoot Lueken i I Midland Heights Helena, Ark. Nicholls Printing Co., inc. Printers- Lithographers- Engravers- Stationers ALL KINDS OF OFFICE SUPPLIES & EQUIPMENT Helena, Arkansas J.R. Forte Grocery & Market [ 400 Biscoe St. (:) Helena, Arkansas i MODEL REXALL DRUG STORE Chas. Gunn & Don Gatewood Registered Pharmacists 329 Cherry St. Helena, Arkansas ' "THE HOUSE COMPLETE" Ready-Mix Concrete C.M. JOHNSTON & SONS, Inc. Main Office - River Front Lumber Yard Paint Store Phone 4-3417 511 Cherry St. Warren Johnston, Pres., Woody Galyean, V. Pres. Mrs. Marie Clayborne, Sec. Treas. P.O. Box 116 Helena, Ark. Three Generations Confirmed His Excellency Auxiliary Bishop Lawrence P. Graves confirmed members of three generations of one family October 26 in St, Joseph's Church, Pine Bluff. Pictured above are John Thomas Culpepper, nine, and Michael Timothy Culpepper, eight, Mrs. John W. Culpepper, Jr., and her father-in-law, Wesley Culpepper. Mr. Culpepper and his daughter-in-law are both converts. They were baptized June 5, 1968 by The Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Gallagher, V.F. She is married to John W. Culpepper, Jr., who is a son of Wesley and Bertha Culpepper. The two children were baptized at birth by Monsignor Gallagher. ( CYO National Convention Slated Washington (NC) -- The two- in-one National Catholic Youth Or- ganization Federation convention is scheduled to be held Nov. 20 to 23 in Denver. Msgr. Thomas J. Leonard, dir- ector of the division of youth ac- tivities, U.S. Catholic Conference here, said some 5,000 delegates are expected for the 10th biennial sessions. He said the two sections of the national CYO federation will hold separate meetings simultaneous- ly. The Young Adult Section, meet- ing at the Cosmopolitan Hotel, Den- ver, will have as its theme: "Who Will Answer -- You?" The theme of the Teenage Section, meeting in Denver's new Convention Center Complex, will be: "Youth-Impact on Two Communities". Instead of the usualpanel format, the convention sessions will fea- ture the multi-media approach and will focus on youth-centered sub- jects -- drugs, Vietnam, the mil- itary draft, bettering CYO and expansion of program s for Catholic youth. At special Massesconcelebrated during each day of the convention, youth groups will bring offerings for the poor and underprivileged. The liturgical rites for the con- vention will be directedby Father Joseph M. Champlin, associate director of the secretariat of the Bishops Committee on the Liturgy. Bishop William G. Connare of Greensburg, Pc., episcopal mo- derator of the division of youth activities, will be principal con- celebrant at the closing Mass of the convention. Nonpubl ic School Support p r New Orleans (NC) -" hop Philip M. Hannah Orleans, addressing tatives of nearly schools throughout the dieted that public aid to public school sector tually be forthcoming. "The cost of edueaflo so precipitously it the best sense for all munity," Archbishop ted. Increases in ucation are occurring faster rate than come, he added. Catholic schools he "a tremendous community. We are cooperative enterprise other educational Archbishop Hannah have a tremendous the success of the public But, he added, "we be treated as partners." Woods arson is a crime. Report any sign of it. Jewelry 410 Cherry St, Helena, Arkan Cefallu's Grocery g Marker 1002 Pecan St. HI 4-991 Helena, Arkansas Cohen Salvage 600 Ohio St. Helena, A Famous P riest-Scholar BecomesTrappi st Monk Rensselaer, N. Y. (NC) --Fa- ther Aidan Carr, O.F.M. Conv., 55, internationally-known priest and scholar, has leR his work here to become a Trappist monk at Our Lady of Mepkin Abbey, Moncks Corner, S.C. A former Washington, D.C., at- torney admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, Father Carr has been a member of Fk,._ the faculty of St. Anthony-on-Hud-  _.,.,, glg_ son Seminary the past 20 years. He also served, for 10 years, as editor of the Homiletical and Pastoral Review, a scholarly journal for priests. His decision to enter the Or- der of Clstertcians of the Strict Observance represents "some- thing I have wanted to do for 27 years," Father Carr said. Chain Link Fence Awnings . Carports Storm Doors & Wiffdows KERBY'S ALUMINUM PRODUCTS Oakland Ave., ltelena, Ark. W. E. Kerby, Mgr. JU 5-6734 - HI 4-2779 Bill KerbY, Helena Federal Savin, AND LOAN A S 604 CHERRY STREET HELENA, K & M Sales Company, Inc. D istributors of Falstaff- Schlitz- Old Milwaukee Beer 210 CHERRY STREET TELEPHONE: HICKORY HELENA. ARKANSAS