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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, APRIL 30, 1982 St. Augustine Bazaar Saturday, May 8 Divorced Women N. Little Rock -- St. Augustine Center (Catholic Social Services-North Little Rock) will hold its first annual bazaar Saturday, May 8, from 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. on the Center grounds at 1410 East Second Street. The Board of Directors has appointed Mrs. Lynda Venable as general chairman of the event. She will be assisted by community volunteers and members of CIRCUS PRIEST DIES New York (NC) -- Assumptionist Father David Hennessy, 68, who, as Catholic chaplain to Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey Circus, had "The Greatest Show on Earth" for his parish, died in his camper in Charlotte, N.C. the board. On the day of the event, those attending will find new merchandise for sale which has. been donated by area merchants. Appliances, lamps, glassware and household items are among the many items to be sold. In addition to new merchandise, a wide assortment of previously-owned items, small and large and even including used cars, will be offered as well as clothing for the entire family. Other planned booths in- clude plants, crafts, ceramics and decorated cakes (especially for Mother's Day). Chili dogs, nachos, coffee and cold drinks will be served in the cafeteria. Sometime during the day, shoppers are invited to stop at the blood pressure booth fc u.bu nu.nc Life Russ Anzilone Medical Phone 501.646.2605 Travel Rt. 5, Box 613 Business Ft. Smith, AR 72901 FOR RESERVAIIONS AND ATMOSPHERE THOMAS J CALDARERA JR o, NOR'H , , 'H ITALIAN RESTA UINT FINES/IN DINING OWNERS ACSOI 785292 HOURSS30 q4s JAMESJ CADELLI where a nurse will be on hand to check blood pressure. This special booth is being provided to make persons aware that May is High Blood Pressure Month. Proceeds will benefit the Center directly. The programs, which are all federally-funded Title XX and also under the Older Americans Act, have suffered more than $26,000 in cuts in the past year, with another possible reduction in senior citizen funds in July. In ad- dition, about half of the home- delivered meals for senior citizens are not funded and money for these must be raised in the community. Despite the severe cuts, the Center is endeavoring to maintain ser(,ices at their previous levels but can only do so if additional funds are realized. St. Augustine Center has been providing services to low-income elderly citizens and also to the very young for six years. Fifty senior citizens come to the center five days each week to participate in group activities, socialize with friends and eat a nourishing, well-prepared lunch. In addition, 25 meals each day are distributed to the home-bound elderly. Transportation, problem solving, information and referral and escort services are part of the daily routine. For children between three Retreat Slated Pevely, Mo. -- Father Wilfred Tunink, O.S.B., of St. Pius X Abbey, will conduct a retreat for Divorced Women Friday through Sunday, May 7-9. The content of the retreat will concentrate on love and forgiveness as the essential children of working parents or those attending school. A well- rounded curriculum teaches simple concepts and activities designed specifically for pre- school children. Another aspect of children's day care is provided in 16 licensed homes throughout Little Rock, North Little Rock and Jacksonville. Children aged from six weeks to five years are given care in a true home atmosphere, with ac- tivities planned according to age. The Day Care Home Network is supervised by co- ordinators who visit the home once each week. All children in the day care programs receive breakfast, a hot lunch and snack every day. A riding mower fl trims closely bealit. it discharges  va, .' =--J,lt to] clippings lhroug o its deck. 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