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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1969 JJ Scenes from Recen: Convention of Dio Councils of Men, Chatting at a before-dinner get-together at the recent convention in the Hotel LaFayette were, from the left, The Rev. Martin J. Conroy, C.S.Sp., pastor of St. Joseph's parish, Conway; Mrs. William A. Halter and Mr. Halter; Mrs. Charles Emrick; The Rev. Msgr. B. Francis McDevitt, rector of St. Andrew's Cathedral; and Mrs. H. G. Rountree of Rogers. Hiberians Launch $1-Million Appeal f)r Irish Homeless Montclaire, N.J. -- Organiza- tion has been completed by tile Ancient Order of Hibernians of special national committees in a drive for $1-million for the relief of 20,000 left homeless by vio- lence and rioting in Northern Ire- land. Michael L. Delahunty, AOH nat- ional president, said regional meetings are being held across the country for the campaign which started Nov. 24. James A. Farley, former U.So Postmaster General, and Arch- bishop Thomas A. Boland of New- ark are honorary chairmen. "it is fitting that the Ancient Order of Hlbernians, the only na- tionwide organization of Irish Am- ericans, should furnish tile leader- ship in this relief program," De- lahunty said. Tile AOH nation- al board is establishing a com- mittee in Northern Ireland un- der the chairmanship of WiN liam Cardinal Conway of Armagh, primate of all Ireland, to oversee the distribution of the funds to all in need, regardless of religious belief. NORTHWEST ARKANSAS Buyer's Guide ,.+,+.,. Your Business. Drop in . . . shop with them on your next visit to town --They merit your support. TONTITOWN -- St. Josewh' Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 e.m. Holydey Messes: 7:00 e.m. end 7:00 p.m. SPRINGDALE -- St. Repheel' Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Holyday Messes: 7:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m, ROGERS-St. Vincent do Paul Church. Sunday Masses: 8:00 and 10:00 a.m. Holydey Masses: 7:00 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Springdale Ne ws Offset Daily Newspaper and Commercial Printing Dept. CALL PL 1-4631 For The Best in Printing 133 W. Emma Ave. Springdale, Ark. TONTITOWN MERCANTILE CO. WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS FO 1-2543 -- Bobby Pianalto & Felix Pozza TONTITOWN, 'ARK. WALKER BROTHERS, INC. "Insurance Specialists Since 1934" PL 1-4677 SPRINGDALE, ARK. * "BILL" WALKER * LOWRY WALKER * ADRIAN LUTTRELL J $isco Funeral Chapel Fmmer.,I Home -- Telephone PL 1-4577 Spmzdde ,,, kmum Mitchell Lumber Company BENTONVlLLE Phone CR 3-5215 ROGERS Phone ME 6-3070  .ii',  HELP PREVENT i %%"c'  FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH BURNS FUNERAL HOMES ROGERS 4th & Maple Phone ME 6-2414 BENTONVILLE 220 S. Main Phone CR 3-2414 Pictured before the convention banquet were, from the Rev. Msgr. Francis X. Murphy, moderator of the DccM; James L. Campbell, co-chairman of the convention; H.G. of Rogers, president of the D.C.C.M.; and The Ray. Barnes, pastor of St. Francis parish, Forrest City. Chatting before the banquet were, from the left, Miss Frances Diocesan Council of Catholic Women's recording Rev. Msgr. James E. O'Connell, moderator of the DccV; Edward F. Lipsmeyer; The Rev. Charles F. Kordslneier Mr. Lipsmeyer. a..a...T...T..a...T..2...T...T...T.