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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 26, 1982 PAGE 5 Lifers Two II ;orles pro-life movement scored a little- stunning double victory just before ourned for a two-month recess. House voted tough new restrictions on of fetal experimentation the four Arkansas representatives Reagan signed into law a funding bill which included a curtailing public subsidy of federal abortions. Republican Bill Dannemeyer's curbs on federal funding of fetal cleared the House by a hefty 260-140 Arkansas Representatives Ed Paul Hammerschmidt voted in while Bill Alexander and Beryl An- against. joined by Republican Mark (R-MI), offered his amendment to SPonsorship by the National Institutes (NIH) of experiments on unborn and infants before and after induced to the Health Research Extension i.R. 6457). The House passed the bill Dannemeyer language and sent it to Member St. Theresa's Parish DARLING -- 3BR, 2BA, brick in Good Counsel Parish. Like new condition. Remodeled kitchen. Mid $40's. Try new lower VA or F HA loan. ..viile Guide FARMERS Soybean Corp. Arkansas Distributing Co. BLYTHEVILLE BUDWEISER MICHELOB BUSCH BAVARIAN RIER NEWS Blytheville, Ark. Official Announcement :Diocese of Little Rock 2415 N. Tyler The Most Reverend Bishop announces the following clerical appointment: Rev. Albert J. Schneider, Ecumenical and Inter-Religious Officer of Diocese of Little Rock. Rev. Royce Thomas Chancellor ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: the Senate, where it is expected to come up after Thanksgiving. The Dannemeyer amendment is designed to eliminate public funding for abortion's most grisly by-product. Experimentation on living unborn children -- and on babies who survive abortions --has mushroomed since the Supreme Court's Roe v. Wade decision. Siljander described one such "experiment" on a living aborted baby. "They took the fetus and cut his belly open," Siljander said of an experiment funded in part by NIH. "They said they wanted its liver. They carried the baby out of the incubator and it was still alive. It was a boy. It had a complet e body, with hands, feet, mouth and ears. "The fetus was not injected with an anesthetic when doctors sliced open his stomach. The doctors maintained that this was of little concern because, as the doctor put it, 'an aborted baby is just garbage.'" Dannemeyer's fellow Californian, Henry Waxman (D-CA), was unmoved. "Do not let your emotions sway you," he implored his colleagues. "We do not need this amend- ment." Waxman defended existing regulations, which permit government money to be spent in support of non-therapeutic experiments on unborn children and on living aborted infants so long as the mother gives her uncoereed consent and the risk to the fetus is deemed "minimal." "I cannot believe," Siljander said, "that we are restricting experiments on animals and monkeys but we would not restrict ex- periments on human beings." Dannemeyer's amendment was adopted after acrimonious debate. Just a day later, another pro-life proposal was signed into law without any debate at all. The continuing resolution (H.J. Res)599), which provides money for the federal government throu,gh .mid-Deeaiber :put,into effect language hic h . rninates" coverage, of abortions Under 'group heatth l insurance plans for "federalworkers: This provision, known as the Ashbrook amendment fo r its original sponsor, the late t'atber Malone Named Prexy Little Rock -- Eight Arkansas priests, all alumni of Holy Trinity Seminary, recently travelled to Dallas, Texas, to participate in the 15th anniversary celebration of the dedication of the seminary. Fathers Michael Aureli, David LeSieur, Albert J. Schneider, Frank I. Malone, H. Jan McDougal, William Andrew Smith, Scott Marczuk and Thomas Marks attended the annual get-together, which kicked off with a dinner party at St. Patrick's parish. The following morning, they participated in the alumni meeting held at the seminary. Forty-six priest alumni from eight dioceses were present. Monsignor Charles Elmer, current rector at Holy Trinity, was host. Among several items decided at the meeting - - members voted to substantially increase the Alumni Discretionary Fund over the next several years (This fund is supported by the alumni and administered by the seminary faculty to assist needy seminarians meet their expenses), voted to have the next alumni meeting in Little Rock and voted unanimously to have Father Malone serve as the new association president. In the late afternoon, the Arkansas delegation joined with all in attendance in celebrating an anniversary of the Dedication Mass. H-is Excellency Thomas Tschoepe, Bishop of Dallas, was the principal celebrant. Monsignor Michael Sheehan, former rector of HTS, gave the homily. After the Mass, all were treated to a dinner in the seminary refectory. Many of the Arkansas priests had the opportunity to visit with the Arkansas seminarians studying at Holy Trinity. 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