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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 16, 1982 j i i:i !! i i! !if!  ! Receives Honor Dr. Paul Thessing (left) was nominated "The Chiropractor Of The Year" by the 22g-member Arkansas Chiropractic Association at its annual Spring Convention at the Camelot Ilotel. Presenting the award is Association secretary Dr. Vern Rowe. Dr. Thessing, a graduate of l,ogan Chiropractic College in St. Louis, is in private practice at 1100 West Third Street in Little Rock. lie has practiced in i,ittle Rock for 18 years, l)r. Thessing is married and has four children. The Thessing family are members of Saint Anne's parish, North l,ittle Rock. K. of C. Conclave Set April 23-25 Pine Bluff -- The 1982 State Knights of Columbus Con- vention will be held Friday through Sunday, April 23-25, here. Most of the sessions will be held in Gallagher Hall, Sixth and Laurel Streets. New state officers will be elected at the conclave, plus reports from state chairmen and all Councils. Registration will begin at 9 A.M. Friday, April 23, at Gallagher Hall. Golf and tennis is on tap at 1 P.M. at the Rosswood Country Club, Highway 15 South. Committee meetings are planned for 7 P.M. at the Executive Inn. The day will close with social activities at Gallagher Hall, starting at 8 P.M. On Saturday, there will be a 7 A.M. Mass at St. Joseph's Church, followed by breakfast at 8 in Gallagher Hall. A business session wilt begin at 9:15, followed by a noon luncheon and another business session at 1. At 4:45 P.M., Fourth Degree Knights will parade in full dress to St. Joseph's Church for a 5:30 P.M. Mass. A social hour will start at 6:45 P.M. at the Sahara Shrine Temple, Ninth and Main Streets, followed by a banquet and dance at 7:30. Following an 8 A.M. breakfast Sunday at Gallagher Hall, a final business session will begin at 9 A.M. Final event carded is a noon lunch. State Deputy Robert S. "Bob" Peters said the oldest Knight in years of service and the oldest Knight in age will be honored in special ceremonies. Passover Meal Hosted Fayetteville -- St. Joseph's and St. Raphael's Bible Study Groups were joint hosts for a ritual Passover meal held recently in St. Joseph's School Hall. Dr. Michael Lieber, a physicist at the University of Arkansas, assisted by his 10- year-old daughter, Laura, conducted the Passover meal. Tom and Frances Ryan of St. Raphael's and David and Mary Ann Rodahoffer of St. Joseph's jointly organized the everlt. Pastors from both parishes. Father Lawrence P. Maus from St. Joseph's and Father Amos H. Enderlin from St. Raphael's. were special guests at the meal. The Passover seder was planned as the ideal climax for both groups' stud)' of Exodus as part of the diocesan Scripture Stud)' Program. 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Parishioners are asked to send the following message to the two senators: "Please vote for the Hatch Amendment (S JR 220) and oppose all efforts to weaken it. The American people oppose a bortion-on-dema nd." Letters or mailgrams are requested to be sent to The Honorable Dale Bumpers and David Pryor, U.S. Senate, Washington, D.C. 20510. A mailgram may be sent by calling Western Union and giving the message, along with the two senators' names. L Eureka Springs Notes Centennial Marie Dobbins is shown pouring tea for one of the many persons who attended the Silver Tea given by parishioners of St. Elizabeth Church in Eureka Springs recently. A Valentine Motif throughout the reception room greeted 130 guests as the parish noted the cen- tennial of the founding of the Catholic faith in the area. The cost will be placed on the caller's telephone bill. The toll-free number for Western Union is 1-800-257-2241. NAMED COUNSEl, Milwaukee (NC) -- Patrick Monaghan, 37, has been named general counsel for the Catholic League for Religious and . Civil Rights, headquartered in Milwaukee. NAMED I)IRECTOR San Diego (NC) -- Father George Byrne, 46, a former staff member of the U.S. Catholic Conference's Department (if Com- munication and associate pastor of Our Lady Star of the Sea Church in La Jolla, Calif, has been named com- munications director for the Diocese of San Diego. St. Carnival May 2 North Little Rock -- annual benefit C, Joseph's Home and Day Center will be Sunday. beginning at : P.M. (ling with the prizes between 7::/() PM. The ('enter is h)cated ('amp l{()biIls(m R(,ad. A roast h('el droner will serve(! in the dining from 4:3o to 7 P M $4.50 l()r adults and $2 children un(h,r 12. Thor ('( be many dilferent h()oths ()pen lhr()ui2ilotll evenl. SiMer N()rl)crl ().S.B., adnlinistrah)r, "'It's thai lime (H year I we conic to ,3nnount'c 10! the date ol our annual  nival and ask your help. "We invite you to join an afternoon of fun. our only fund-raising the year," she continued, Sister Nort)erl "The Benedictine Sisters administer St. Joseph's are truly grateful generous help toward operation and this institution." Con-Ark Builders Commercial Division The Commercial Division will market a full range of construction services to their industrial and commercial clients, including Design/Build and Building Team contracts. They will specialize in plant expansions, renovations, new manufacturing facilities, and commercial building projects. Con-Ark Builders is one of Arkansas' oldest and most respected dealers in pre-engineered steel buildings. We represent several manufacturers of steel buildings and steel components. Our experience can help provide you with the building product you want at the most efficient cost. THE COMPANIES i - P.O. 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