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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1969 PAGE 11 Cautions Littles' r, Mich. (NC) -- Father likened Cath- panic over changes tbout in the renewal of to "Chicken Little" fable. James parish here, he :ishioners: "We have crisis-conscious that the Church always has Every day there moments, decisions Every day is a turning better or for worse." around to the "Chicken [lusion, Father Kowalczyk gets hit on the an acorn--a change in a new interpretation of passage, a develop- doctrine -- and before what's happening, clucks and cackles, crows that the Church [ down." Groff Heads Deanery .CoC.W. -- Mrs. Mable Groff president for 1970 of :tern Deanery of the Council of Catholic We- Vatican Revises Accreditation Rules for News Correspondents Washington (NC) -- New Vatican regulations warn that journalists' accreditation can be withdrawn "in case of an incorrect attitude on the journalist's part toward the Holy See." The Pontifical Commission for Social Communications and the Holy See's press office have is- sued the new regulations requir- ing the reaccreditation of all journalists covering Vatican af- fairs. Accreditation, the regulations said, can be withdrawn either temporarily or permanently "in case of an incorrect attitude on the journalist's part toward the Holy See, or in case of misuse of position, or in case of other trans- gressions injurious to the press office's good name or damaging to its normal activity." Predictions that the new regu- lations for journalists covering the Vatican would arouse a storm of adverse criticism were met at the Vatican with polite scepticism, and in one case with indignation. Only an itch to pick away at the Church and all its works could motivate criticism of these new regulations, one Vatican official declared with some heat. In his view the regulations were fair. Journalists may obtain Vatican press cards upon presentation era letter of introduction from their head office. The norms issued by the Pontifical Commission for Social Communications and the Holy See's press office stated that by such a letter tile head office of the news medium "makes it- self the guarantor of the honesty of its representative, inspired by the principles of information ethics." The press cards are valid for one year, and are renewable. They entitle a journalist to free access to the press office, to admission to press conferences, to receive the Holy See's daily press com- munique, and to attend ceremonies and audiences open to journalists, provided they possess a ticket of admission. To tile objection that the new regulations made the personswho believed himself offended the sole judge of the extent of the offense and the nature of the pun- ishment, one Vatican official re- plied that juridical principles could hardly be applied to these regulations because, he said, they are not themselves juridical but rather administrative. The ad- ministration of any institution, he contended, has a right to defend that institution through regulations made administratively and en- forced administratively. Ever Wonder... . . .where enough priests could be found to hear confessions if Catholics ever began examining their consciences on the fifth Pre- cept of the Church? it was decided nominees with the most Will be reduced to 10 in Parish referendum. Those will be forwarded to Francis F. Reh of Sag- Who will select the five to the committee. l)arishioners took the in- to heart and Father Set- himself with a total lastor of St. Joseph's par- this central Michigan town. has 225 families. He the men and women of the to submit nominees for 1970 St. Joseph Visit Our New Location East 3rd & Rock (3 Blocks East of Main on Rock St. ) i Y Y i If You Haven't Visited Daiey's  You Have Missed t1.e Best! OFFICE FURNITURE FR 6-2361 Ample parking in rear of building GIFTS FOR HIM Barometers, Desk Sets, Initialed Ash Trays and Desk Accessories, Chairs of All Types, Desks, Filing Cabinets, etc. GIFTS FOR HER Cut Crystal, Figurines, Fine Reli- gious Figures, Chairs, Safe|, Tables, Silver Wall Plaques, Deco- rater Items. 304-308 ROCK ST. Inundates sh Priest Mich. (NC) -- Fath- O. Serour's parish- him a lesson in de- he will long and proud- Inn. next Day of Recollection by the Deanery will in May. The loca- these events will be re- the parishes in the alphabetically instead of in Magnolia each time. unable to travel to Mag- Will now have an opportunity the event is held in parish. A great selection, priced right. Away from downtown congestion. Convenient parking, free delivery. Gifts Galore! OWNED Two Fine Stores! 701 W. CAPITOL 406 W. MARKHAM LITTLE ROCK OPPOSITE MEDICAL CENTER PHONE FR 4-2207 PHONE MO 4-3821 smart stop for Xmas shoppers... a meeting held here re- tttttttttttttttttttttttttuttttt 1 tttutttuttttutttttttttt named vice president and ;  o ''cca Davis was elected , .j'qdIffq  ry and treasurer. ne day meeting opened with ! elebrated Mass in St. Ed- i " " " A COMPLETE STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL == ller, pastor, was the  APPAREI : 1 celebrant. Concele- Were The Rev. Earl J.  * INFANTS * CHILDREN * MATERNITY  * I)astor of St, Barbara's i [ HEIGHTS beQueen; The Rev, Aloy- ) * JUNIORS * JUNIOR PETITES * MISSES )arish, Camden; The Rev.  TOY CENTER J. Enderlin, pastor of Our GoodHope parish, Hope;  PARK PLAZACENTER LITTLE ROCK , ! PHONE MO3.B383 l Rev. Msgr. Thomas H. , .. WOMENS and CHILDRENS APPAREL. "  5918 "R" Street | ".haplam of St. Michael s :arkm a.  Open Evenings 'till 9:00 l Mass a luncheon was mmm]tm],m:mmm,mmt,tmmmmmmmm