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" .... THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER-.19,.I982,.... ...- -- ............... PAGE 3 Bishop ......... Continued from Pg. 2 Father Behr will complete his work tt the end of this year. WAS a national holiday to who have given their life for freedom and justice throughout the I prayed for these young men and I remembered my visits to our in the far distant land of Italy, the cemetery at Anzio. I recalled and death of four young men, friends tWho died in Vietnam. I also called my Ldette because she cannot receive her birthday. She was born on 11, some years ago. (Smile) In the I participated in a meeting of the The Guardian and the Advisory [to study all information which has way concerning our efforts to im- newspaper. morning, I went to Holy Souls to offer Mass for the school children. ; in the sanctuary t very well. Of them it can be said, "a Jl lead them." Monsignor Allen the event with his camera. During at the invitation of Father Schneider, in a workshop for pastors and deacons. In the evening, Catholic Services feted Father Savary who has Ifrom this work after serving nobly for years. This supper took place at the King in Little Rock but featured )aghetti from Little Italy. SATURDAY, we continued the ) with Father Schneider, the priests deacons. In the afternoon, I was to continue my Confirmation at Christ the King in Little Rock. liebert was there to greet me along Father Clayton Gould. The were well prepared and were filled the opportunity to receive of the Holy Spirit. Sunday morning, I flew to D.C. for the annual meeting of of the United States. Since we will discuss the proposed pastoral on we ask for your prayers and Your friend, + Andrew J. McDonald Bishop of Little Rock AUI)-HOME-LIFE COMMERCIAL When you get your nexl premium notice, let me you a quote. Bus. 225-5359 AR 72205 Res. 455-3977 ;r Little Rock Guide hint Tools Wire "'Everything in Hardware" STANLEY HARDWARE CO. 753.2470 Diocesan News Briefs ALTUS - St. Mary's Parish will hold its annual Thanksgiving Day Celebration Thursday, Nov. 25, beginning with Masses at 8 and 10 A.M. The traditional turkey dinner will be served from 11 A.M. to 1:30 P.M. Other features will include a handicraft bazaar, auction sale, prizes and games. A Thanksgiving dance will be held from 9 P.M. to midnight, with music by "Stone Prairie." Everyone is invited. LITTLE ROCK - At Saint John's Catholic Center, 2500 North Tyler Street Sunday, Nov. 21, Court 1223 Our Lady of Perpetual Help of Catholic Daughters of the Americas will have their Annual Day of Recollection and Memorial Service conducted by Father Ronald Henery, O.P., of the Dominican Fathers. Registration will be at 9:30 A.M. in O'Connell Lounge. Fee for the day will be $3. Mass will be at 10 A.M. There will be two conferences, one with dialogue. The day will close with Benediction at 2:30 P.M. This will be an open meeting and guests are welcome. Everyone is expected to bring a sack lunch. Cake and coffee will be provided. ARKANSAS - Three Arkansas families were designated winners in the Knights of Columbus Supreme Council Family of the Month contest. They were Mr. and Mrs. Santo Olivi, Lake Village Council 3383; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Dold, Morrilton Council 5209, and Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Gunther, Bigelow Council 6680. PRAIRIE VIEW - The Catholic Women's Union will have a day of sewing and Christ- mas party here Wednesday, Dec. 1. All are asked to bring an Infant Gift for the Christ Child Party and a sack lunch. LITTLE ROCK -- Persons of all denominations are asked to call in questions to "Catholics Sharing," a program aired by KITA at 1440 on the AM dial Monday through Friday 3 to 3:30 P.M. The number to call is 375-1440. The five Greater Little Rock parishes and the pastors who direct the programs are: St. Andrew's, Father Royce Thomas; St. Bartholomew, Father Brendan Murphy; St. Theresa, Father Thomas Keller; St. Mary's, North Little Rock, Father Richard Strock, and Immaculate Conception, North Little Rock, Father John O'Donnell. Donations to help expenses may be sent to St. Theresa Church, 6219 Baseline Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72209. NORTH LITTLE ROCK -- Steve Yanker has been named October Knight of the Month by Knights of Columbus Council 6253. The Jim Mayes family was selected as Family of the Month. SUBIACO - His Excellency Bishop L. T. Matthieson of Amarillo, Texas, will give a lecture on peace at Subiaco Academy Mon- day, Dec. 6, at 8 P.M. Those wishing to attend must write for tickets to the Academy, Subiaco, Arkansas 72865. There will be no charge, but a voluntary offering will be solicited. LITTLE ROCK - Larry D. Stonesifer, M.D., a Little Rock endocrinologist, will present a paper this month at the Eleventh Congress of the International Diabetes Federation in Nairobi, Kenya. Dr. Stonesifer's study compares levels of insulin- like growth factors with growth harmone levels in patients who have been treated for pituitary tumors. Dr. Stonesifer is the medical director of the Diabetic Education Program at St. Vincent Infirmary and is a member of the board of directors of the American Diabetes Association, Arkansas Affiliate. FORT SMITH - l'he Western Arkansas Childbirth Association will offer certified childbirth education in co-operation with St. Edward Mercy Medical Center, starting Saturday, Nov. 20, and continuing for several days. The classes will be held at the hospital. Persons interested in registering and needing more information may check with the St. Edward business office between the hours of 8 A.M. and 4 P.M. Monday through Friday. MORRILTON - Bernard Kordsmeier was selected as Knight of the Month and the Gerald Dold family as Family of the Month for September by Knights of Columbus Council 5209. For October, Jim Wiedower was named Knight of the Month and the Stan Willis family as Family of the Month. Council Continued from Pg. 1 negotiations 'to replace the trusteeship agreement covering islands in the western Pacific. The board voted overwhelmingly to adopt a resolution opposing U.S. "policies and procedures by which Micronesian political and economic self-determination are being held hostage to United States military desire and design." In a reference to the impact of nuclear testing, the resolution urged the United States to "acknowledge responsibility for the tragic effects of its self-interested policies under the trusteeship." Prior to voting, the National Council of Churches' governing board heard from Ur- suline Sister Barbara Glendon of the ecumenical coalition called Focus on Micronesia, who helped draft the resolution. "United States military policy has taken precedence over the human rights of the Micronesians," she said. In another action, the council board adopted a resolution opposing "remilitarization" of Japan and protesting omission from Japanese school textbooks of references to the suffering inflicted on other peoples by Japanese colonialism and Japanese actions in World War II. The resolution called for U.S. officials to end "public and secret pressure upon the Japanese government and its people to move beyond legitimate needs of public order and self-defense" in their military activities. WILLIS ORTON 4715 Free Ferry Rd. Fort Smith 72903 Phone: (501) 452-0323 Guardian Representative Home I STEVE PINTCIt 888-2913 I YOlWOOD, S.w. Xt Rock - Sonst Ut Rocrs J finest area. 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