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PAGE S Discuss Pre-school Religion A group of parents at Christ the King parish, Little Rock, met Valentine's Day in the parish center to discuss the parish program of pre-school religious education for their children. One class is held at the Church on Rodney Parham Road and the other at St. John's Catholic Center. One school is for 2 and 3-year-aids, and the other for 4 and 5-year-aids. Father Paul Bujarski, pastor, and Father John Riddell coneelebrated Mass prior to the program. STEINWAY PIANOS FOR THOSE WHO WANT THE FINEST GERALD NEAL 3417 W. 12th, Little Rock 106 Ouachlta, Hot Springs 319 W. Main, Jacksonville Edward L. Hoyt AGENT AUTO, LIFE, FIRE AND HEALTH INSURANCE Office 753-0834 Home 225-2713 i 'Orphanage P icnic' Slated for May S N. Little Rock -- Sunday, May 5, will be the date of the annual "picnic," sponsored by Little Rock and North Little Rock Knightsof Columbus for the benefit of St. Joseph's Home for Children here. Grand Knight Ted Deubler of Little Rock Council No. 812, arrangements committee chairman, said the traditional "Orphanage Picnic" has been held in June or July but an earlier date was selected this year in the hope of drawing a larger crowd and avoiding summer heat and conflicting with vacation times. Midway activities on the grounds of the home will begin at 3 P.M. May 5. Dinner will be served in the dining room beginning at 5 P.M. Many valuable prizes will be awar- ded. THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 1, 1974 Prayer by $olzhenitzen Is Published in English Boston (NC) -- A prayer by Alexander Solzhenitsyn, the Russian author recently exiled by the Soviet government, has been published in English by The Christian Science Monitor. Originally written in Russian, the Solzhenitsyn prayer in poem form appeared in a Croatian- language almanac published by the Croatian Franciscan Press in Chicago. The Monitor's ii i Do,Do 1 Remember? 50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: Little Rock -- Misses Pauline Dykes, Mary Jones, Louise Daugherty, Felcia Myers, Vera Burnside, Geraldine Lewis, Mildred Morris and Dorothy Cook were hostesses for a meeting of Mu Epsilon Sorority last Thursday at Mount St. Mary's. A dinner was served after which a short musical program was rendered. 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardlan reported: Around the Diocese (column written by His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher) -- There are still 20 counties without a Catholic Church! Would you like me to mention them? Here they are: Madison, Newton, Marion, Fulton, Izard, Stone, Searcy, Van Buren, Cleburne, Saline, Montgomery, Pike, Howard, Nevada, Clark, Lafayette, F Calhoun, Dallas, Cleveland and Pope avors ,00ow In five of these counties, Internotmonol Mass is now said regularly. In Stone County, Father Micek from the Seminary says Mass at Economics a home at Fox. In Saline County, Father McGinnis from Vatican City (NC)- Rich and Catholic High School in Little Rock says Mass in the library at poor nations alike can no longer Bauxite and in the courthouse at afford "closed, self-sufficient Benton. In Pike County, Father national economies,"PopePaul Bujarski from DeQueen says VItold a groupof European and Mass in a residence between African leaders. Nashville and Murfreesboro. In Speaking in French, the Pope Clark County, Father Diamond English translation which follows was made from the Croatian by Hilda Prpic: O Lord it is easy to dwell with You ! So easy for me to believe in You ! When Spirit clouds over and I, crushed, am made dumb When even the smartest people know not what tomorrow will bring You bestow the clear assuredness of being Vigilantly keeping the channels of Goodness unclogged. Surpassing thus the summit of earthly glory I behold the Way, which alone I never could have found Wondrous Way, opposite to despair, Whence myself shall become the reflection of Your world. What need have I to speak what You alone shall reveal to me, and if I find not the time to carry it through It means You've choser others for the task. Einsiedeln, Switzerland (NC - Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn prayed Sunday Feb. 18 at the Benedictine abbey of Our Lady of the Hermits here. Solzhenitsyn is the author of "The Gulag Archipelago," recently published in Paris, in which he describes the system of repression in use in the Soviet Union under Lenin and Stalin. Solzhenitsyn and his com- panions drove to Einsiedeln from Zurich, 25 miles away. The abbey here was founded in the 10th century. The baroque church has been restored several times since its con- struction in the 18th century. Mark 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Bush of 407 N. Monroe St., Little recently marked the 50th anniversary of their They were married Feb. 12, 1924 in St. Andrew's by the late Msgr. Moran. Mr. Bush was born in Pine and his wife, the former Margaret Reinhardt, was Little Rock. They have one son, John E. Bush of and five grandchildren. Mr. Bush retired from Swift Co. in 1!)(;5 after 47 years with the firm. The Bushes been members of lloly Souls parish since 1937. ASK FOR CHILl DISTRIBUTED BY: Henley Wholesale Meats Remount & Perrin, N.L.IL i Since 1905 r Chapel'" ,d{ul and beau us Jar riO "" sp a ,erviceS" AMPLE I HEALEY00.00ROTH stressed that various problems from the Seminary says Mass in ..... FUNERAL DIRECTORS afflicting both groups of nations the auditorium of Henderson LnrO! s0wiaE Ull0t .................. a today make cooperation on an State Teachers College in amil Machi-es In,us* ial PilUH[ ($11) U54-4433 i r international economic level Arkadelphia. In Lafayette r y . -  r ....................  necessary. County, Father Dunleavy says Repairs and Service ]UU WLM lWl:ttlll . "On the one hand," he said, Mass in a store building for a 1508 So University /ITT/I DNPII ADI/ 19qNd el "the obstacles which Africa colony of Mexicans near " ,.,tILL nuun, nnn. I'LUq, I t encounters on the way toward Bradley. 666-7187 ,. its full development and, on the ' ' [q other, the energy crisis and the  I q  r,! "J' monetary and economic problems of Europe, make it t G Littl R k G ide '[i I' clearer than ever that you rearer e De u cannot rely on closed, self- i ,  [!1 sufficient national economies." [ pl[ [ Pt Ecmmy 0r,,gl [Bumss CLE'EaSl r TEOFORO s, il Memphis Plans I Plke Plaza Shopping Center I I r-- vYs I / Rex&, ...... I Imnm, r,nm h d . ......  a vvbv.w.s. /a, Vn'L n Wl(  I DAN SARNA, Reg. Pharm. I I Personalisod Work I / C B Wright - T.E. Mattax J  L shoo p,o,.ir.. I Parish Councils I MemberSt. Mary's Parish [ I C.C. BUMPASS, OWNER [ l " " PHARMA'CTS .... I I Phone663-4191a 4L YII. Ii DowldOWl L.R. I I 2oo Pike Ave.- 374-3785 I I 2909 w. khm I l Phone"3"74:26 I I Z017 ,,,,gh  Memphis, Tenn. (NC) North Little Rock, Ark. Telephone 663-6200 I 915 EAST NINTH STREET Little Rock, Ar r Phone 3"/2-6830 I Bishop Carroll T. Dozier of  i, , L  1.14Nlhlll h Prlvkllld In IIIIlI I Memphis has ordered the .v IIS  J establishmentconveningOf parish  ! COMPLETE o, I/The Ceatp_r t l Upholstery & Ilrap, 'b ;' councils throughout the diocese l HATHCO  and set Jan. 6, 1976 as the date houSE for the of the first al, diocesan synod. I Ir. i In a pastoral letter. Bishop I NdPKLsBOOKS ]  I I I F* Open FVir dy Nigh8[ "" " ' ' " I I iJ0,  Li'(i Dozier said that the message of j Phone 565-4674 i I rK ,,11 .1 !1 / LAY--A--WAY I' II SELEf e desus "needs a community to be I  I Y'"" ,1. *' lifl ILakehfllShppiagCenter-NLRl J/ff4 OF F an ongoing, living epiphany of the times as well as in religious Frances FI  [YH J '?i councilsaCtivitieS'mustHelearnSaid thetheneedsParish I 1222of W. 6th St.- 372-2203 I I ARROW I f . i ...l 372-r , IrlgUll|lllj Little Rock, Ark t honer Look For the people they serve and the I )ck, Ark. I I Printing & S a" Y I I"-? DRUG CO. I , broader needs of the diocese. I We honor your Diners, I I 1,11.s,--R-'-, . I ]/.Llii'- o.o.o,, ,,,, I 2204West10thb%[" Thh mp He said each parish must I American Express and I I HENRY W. MILLER, ldemberot .I   .......... "''" I H,,, ^^. / Owner Holy Souls arlsn tz zo,. BankAmerlcard l l I ericard. I I ., " 4214 MacArthur Drive I eEeF [  ] have a parish council by the end  North Little Rock, Ark. VeAL kSlrt y of 1974. PURE PORK SAUSAGE I, Never Destroy United I Pharmacy, Inc. I Rent-AIIs A Copy Of I Two Locations I I  _ _ " I and 14 The Guardian I III I omv. mc. I-E_ J sP01Westlm  llouProaucts Sales SELECTED .  664-3907 ik I I IIJI I .... I ,d"-kl I ...... J. "We rent most anything" MeAT PRODUCTS I -and-  " 111 I IRoute s, nenton. ns. " -"  Phone 565-7541 s,... ,,- Pass It On K-MartPlaza ,o,.5,,-,,,,  i Phone847-355156z-a,40  Phone 847-3551 aS2SF, m.r,.,.k Liftle Rock. Ark. Frances Flower Shop 7:222 W. 6th St. - 3'72-2203 Little Rock, Ark. We honor your Diners, American Express and BankAmericard. STANLEY _ HARDWARE cO'L, 1012 W. 34th [g! L,, North Little Rociu I