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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5. 1969 PAGE 3 Arkansas CYOers En Route to Denver Part of the delegation of the Catholic Youth Or- ganizaTion of the Little Rock Diocese prepares to board a Frontier Airlines plane for the flight to Denver, Colo. for the convention of the Nat- ional C.Y.O. The two chaperones are Mrs. Johnny Turchi of Pine Bluff, third from the left in the front row, and Mrs. C. R. Proctor of Hazen, far right. Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 510 So. Pulaski, Little Rock Phone FR 4-5902 TUTORING ALL GRADES & IUIIJRCTS NOMINAL. OET RKEULTI GUARANTEED PHONE 664-2880 Park Plaza - Garden Level W. 36th at J.F.K.-NLR Charter a Bus! NRY LIENHART Bus available, from bus to luxury air cow dltioned coaches. . mGr00ow BUS LINES COACH LINES |713 W. lath MO 6.9891 Give Guardian Subscriptions ! At Christmas A gift your friends and relatives will enjoy throughout the year! Give them a year's subscription to the prize-winning I Little Rock diocesan weeklypublication. Upon receipt of the subscription price, The Guardian will mail a Christmas greet- ing card, announcing the gift and identifying the person order- ing it. Subscription price in the U.S.A. is $5.00 for one year. i Two or more Gift Subscriptions at $3.50 each. Subscriptions mailed to Canada $1.50 additional; to Europe and other overseas addresses $2.50 additional. A.P.O. and F.P.O. addresses are same price as other U.S.A. i i addresses, i $3.50 special price on two or more gifts applies only to subscriptions sent to Catholics outside of Arkansas and to non-Catholics in and out of Arkansas. Scud Christmas Gift Subscription To ......................................... Address .......................................... i Please City and State ...................................... i Name for Gift Card 1 ............................................... l Mall Coupon to: Guardian, Box 7417, Little Rock, Ark., 72207. Arkansans Prominent at CYO Convention Little Rock -- A delegation of 16 persons representing the Ar- kansas Catholic Youth Organiza- tion has returned from the Bi- annual National Convention inDen- ver, Colo. While they were there theywere a fun-loving group with a serious purpose. During four days in Den- ver, they attended a Multimedia sound, slide and film presentation of the sights and sounds of poverty or got involved in a discussion of the relationship of liturgy and daily life; they heard an address by Art Linkletter on the danger of drug addiction and elected new national 'officers; they listened to Mark Hogan, lieutenant governor of Colorado, who called them an "extremely thoughtful generation, a very human generation," and as their president, Mike McGown aslC- ed them to question themselves, to make sure they were being as thoughtful and human as they could be. The delegation of 16 included The Rev. Joseph L. Pallo, dioce- san moderator of CYG, Charles Proctor of Slovak, state presi- dent; Thomas Bertram of Little Rock, vice president; J e n ny Termites? Pests? TERMINIX! PROFESSIONAL PEST SANITATION Safe, clean, proven results There's no gamble with Terminix protection Bourne of Fort Smith, secretary; Barbara Domaracki of North Little Rock, t r e a s u r e r; Rosemary Hughes of Blythevtlle, cultural chairman; Elizabeth Gunther of West Memphis, spiritual chair- man; and Steve Vogler of Little Rock, athletic chairman. Others were Larry Jegiey of Little Rock, president of Holy Souls CYO; Mary Beth Wrape of Little Rock, secretary of Holy Souls CYO; Paul Nester of Little Rock, president of Good Counsel CYG; Peggy Sloan of Hot Springs, president of St. John's CYO; Jean- nie Pascale of Pine Bluff; Melvin Hall of Pine Bluff, secretary of St. Joseph's CYO; Mrs. Johnny Turchi of Pine Bluff, adult advi- sor of St. Joseph's CYO; and Mrs. C. S. Proctor of Hazen, Divorce In Italy Still Uncertain Rome (NC) -- The legal dis- solution of marriage or, more properly, the "smalldivorce" may be coming to Italy, but don't count on it yet. Voting in Rome's House of De- puties on Nov. 27, the "Divor- zisti" passed the divorce pro- visions, beating the stand of the Christian Democrats and their co- alition by 325 to .83. So well were the battle lines drawn, and so far has the cause advanced in divorceless Italy, that five months ago the prediction of voting was 330 to 289. Should the Senate now concur which is expected and should the people agree to the new law in a national referendum threatened by the Christian Democrats, the state will have authority, for the first time in 154 years, to dis- solve both civil and religious mar- riages under tightly specified norms. (Hence, the term "small divorce," to distinguish it from a blanket authority to grant divorces, even though it is hard to imagine many circumstances that are not delineated in the new provisions.) Those against a divorce law appeal to the concordat entered into by Mussolini and the Holy See in 1929, the body of which was incorporated into the post- war Italian Constitution. One of the articles of the concordat es- tabUshed the civil effect of the religious ceremony as valid and indissoluble. adult advisor of Sis. Cyril and Methodius CYO. Four of the Arkansas teenagers participated in a panel at the con- vention under the direction of Dr. Sidney B. Simon, associate professor of College Education, University of Massachusetts. Dr. Simon demonstrated with the teenagers the value clarifying strategies from hisbook,"Values and Teaching." His workshop was entitled "The Search for Values in a Value-less World." 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