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PAGE 6 THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 5, 1969 New Jersey P TA Fights Assistance Union, N.J. (Nc) -- The New Jersey Congress of Parent-Tea- cher Associations has launched a drive against current efforts to provide assistance for children attending non-public schools. PTA activity against twopend- ing measures has picked up throughout northern New Jersey since the state group advised affi- liates of its position. The measures being opposed are the Vender Plant bill, under which the state school-aid for- mula for public schools would be used to determine payments to parents of children attending pri- rate schools, and a book loan bill. WE CONTROL RATS AND MICE Pest Control FR 4-6469. 2210 W. 7th What's Happening Around the Diocese (This Guardian feature is designed to serve all the Catholic organiza- tions in the Diocese of Little Rock. The deadline for stories to be in- cluded is 8:30 A.M. of the Friday prior to the week of publication). LITTLE ROCK Members of the Ladies Soc- iety of Our Lady of Good Counsel parish will have their annual Christmas party this afternoon, December 5, at one o'clock in parish hall. There will he an exchange of giRs Each person will also bring a gift valued at 50 cents to be given to patients at County Hos- pital. Mrs. Fred Nagel is chairman of a Christmas program. There will be no business meeting. All WE CONTROL PIGEONS And Other Pests Just Down The Street from Mr. St. Mary's HILLCREST SHOPPERS GUIDE Where your business is welcomed & appreciated by these friendly folksl FREE PARKING HILLCREST CLEANERS Kavanaugh & A MO 3-2889 '%re Launder Shirts" ROY RHEA, Owner CHURCHMAN-RHEA DRUG C0. 2809 Kavaneugh MO 3-4131 FREE DELIVERY DAN'S SHOE SHOP RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "The Best in Shoe Repairing" 2903 Kevanaugh M0 6-9731 Member Worthen Charge Service SPA TZ Bakery & Caterers 2809 Kavanaugh MO 3.2039 HILLCREST ALL STAR MARKET 2804 Kaveneugh MO 4.1486 Free Parking Lot S & H GREEN STAMPS women in the parish have been invited to attend. NORTH LITTLE ROCK Members of St. Mary's Altar Society and the Parent Teach- er Organization will hold their annual Christmas party Sunday, December 14, at 7:30 P.M. in parish hall. The program will include en- tertainment, games, a gift ex- change and refreshments. Members of the Altar Society will receive Communion togeth- er at the 10 A.M. Mass this Sunday, December 7. FORT SMITH Children in the Immaculate Con- ception kindergarten held an All Saints Day party here to teach them the true meaning of Hallo- ween, eve of All Saints. Each child came dressed as his own patron saint. A parade was held in the auditorium before the student body and a party follow- ed. The morning ended with a visit to St. Anne's Convent. LITTLE ROCK A "Day of Renewal" at Car- mel will be held Wednesday, De- cember 10, at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32ndStreet. The Very Rev. Lawrence Koz- lowski, O.C.D., prior of the Carmelite Fathers Novitiate at Marylake, will give talks on the subject, "The Possibility and Extent of Saving Dialogue Be- tween God and Man." Beginning at 9 A.M. there will be confessions, followed by a Mass. Conferences will last un- til 12:30 P.M. Each person at- tending is asked to bring a pic- nic lunch. PRAIRIE VIEW The Catholic Women's Union will hold an all-day sewing project Wednesday, Decemberl0, at St. Meinrad's parish hall here. instead of a Christmas gift ex- change this year, each woman is asked to bring a gift for a Christ North Little Rock Bozo's Big Top Toy Shop Vali Hi "we Welcome Your Layaway 4620 J.F.K. SmaZl or Large." SK 3-5948 *Stuffed Animals, Large or Small. *Games and Gifts for All Ages. *Educational Books and Toys. *Madam Alexander Dolls. *Bozo Party Accessories and Cake. *Many Party Favors to Select From. COMPLETE LINE OF NAME BRAND TOYS Postage Stamp Trains - Hobbies - Wood Models & Accessories Wood Doll Houses & Furniture - Science Kits & Accessories, OPEN. 10 A.M. - 6 P,M. Catholic U. Serves Troubled Society Dayton, Ohio -- Cincinnati's Archbishop Paul F Leibold said the Church's educational program is "the cutting edge of our effort to serve the world," in an address here to University of Dayton students Speaking on "The Catholic University Serving a Troubled Society," he said this effort in- volves "grappling with new ills that cry out to be cured--pov- erty, racism, crime, violence, immorality, drugs." Such problems can be solved "not by new laws and large ex- penditures, but by men changing the way in which they view them- selves and one another," he said. The Church cannot "accomplish this change of American society alone," the archbishop said, "but we need to provide the rallying point and guidelines for this kind of peaceful revolution." child layette. Each one attending is asked to bring a sack lunch. Dessert and coffee will be served. LITTLE ROCK George Berg has been elected president of the Men's Club of Christ the King parish to serve during 1970 Elected with him were Curtis Goodfellow, vice president; Loren Baumann, trea- surer; and Bill Dresmann, secre- tary. The Rev. Paul Bujarski, pastor of the church, was named moderator. BRINKLEY The Sacrament of Confirmation was conferred December 1 on three adults and six children of St. John's parish, by His Ex- cellency Bishop Albert L. Flet- cher of Little Rock. Children confirmed were Bet- ty Wofford, Jim Wofford, Frank Stinson, Linda Malham, Danny Potthast and Karen Yvonne GiN brech. Adults were Mrs. Mary Gehring, Mrs. Betty Kersey and Miss Betty Hudgtns. Immediately following the ser- vice in the church a reception was held in the parish hall hon- oring Bishop Fletcher. The com- mittee in charge of the recep- tion included Mrs. Hank Farrell and Mrs C. C. Farrell, co- chairmen; Mrs. Charles Sands, Mrs. Isaac Malham, Mrs. Mike Uhiren, Mrs. Bill Winkler and Mrs. Leo Blessing. Layman Is President Of Sisters' College St. Louis (NC) -- Dr. Thomas R Fischer, 38, former admin- istrative assistant to the presi- dent of St. Louis University, will be inaugurated December 6 as the first lay president of Marillc College, an inter-community arts college for Sisters, here. K of C. Honol First America Negro Bishop New Haven, Conn. (NC) Knights of Columbus memory of the first Negrol in the United States, Augustine Healy, by of the society's major gree provinces for the born prelate. The action was taken bY of C. board of directors jurisdiction name, ly includes MassachusettS,! necticut, Rhode Island, Maine and New area formerly was known province. Bishop Healy was the bishop of Portland, ving from 1875 to 1900. born on a plantation in County, Ga., of a Negro mother, Eliza Smith, and e immigrant father, Michael Healy. Becuse of his racially ed complexion he culty in gaining schools to obtain a proper cation. He made most of hiSS ly studies outside of the States He served in the archdiocese as thedral rector before his cration as a bishop bishop's brothers were Father Patrick Healy, S.J came president of Geoz iversity, Washington, Msgr. Sherwood Healy of Holy Cross cathedral, Two of their sisters were Ever Wonder, . .who's paying the the anti-war dem, !{ Serving Pine Bluff and South-East for 40 years 3 Locations 4520 Dollarway Rd. Hwy. 65 South at Brentwood Dr. 26th & BEEF VEAL PORK PURE PORK'SAUSA O MEAT PRODUCTS Since 1893 Phone LOcust 5.1S$| Little Ark.