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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, MAY 21, 1982 What's Happening Here and There Join the STAG Line EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor o i Around the LITTLE ROCK Catholic Daughters of the Americas Our Lady of Per- petual Help Court No. 1223 will meet Sunday, May 23, at 4 P.M. at the home of Elizabeth Emrick, 511 North Tyler WESTARK BARBER COLLEGE NOW TAKING AFPlJCAIIONS FOIl ENIIOUJWENT If you or someone you know have ever seriously considered becoming a Barber or Hair Stybsl and haven'l really followed up on it, why not check into it now & see if you are capable for this occupalion. We will be taking calls for enrollment starting 12:00 noon until 3:00 p.m. every day excepl weekends. OWNERS: ROGER HUCKEY & JEFF STANLEY CLASSES FOR MEN & WOMEN 1010% Phoenix ACROSS FROM THE MALL Fort Smith 646-3014-3043 Q Diocese Street. Following the business meeting, a covered dish dinner will be served in the yard. Members are asked to bring their favorite recipe. Drinks will be provided. SIIERWOOD Donald Althoff, son of Mrs. Anthony Althoff of 800 Country Club Road, received his Master of Divinity Degree recently from the Saint Meinrad, Ind., School of Theology at St. Meinrad Archabbey and Seminary. He OAK FOREST CLEANERS & LAUNDRY ,/l-"' 1217 Fair ParkBIvd. 3u_/,3 vii \\;t Little Rock, AR 72204 --" / v 663-6049 JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE Judge Don Langston has presided over 37,816 cases, including 1,900 state felony cases, 1,537 civil cases and 7,594 criminal cases. That's experience! Elect Judge Don Langston-- Circuit-Chancery Judge. Sebastian and Crawford. IJU is a member of St. Patrick's  parish. LITTLE ROCK A candlelight prayer vigil for peace will be held at 7:30 P.M. Saturday, May 29, at the State Capitol. People of all faiths are invited to join together at the east Side of the Capitol. Those attending are asked to bring their own candle to the event sponsored by the Little Rock World Peacemakers. Rabbi Continued from Pg. 1 anxieties..." but "the most counterproductive thing in the world is for a Jew to be prejudiced against someone of another religion." The guest speaker at the Brotherhood dinner was Senator Alan J. Dixon (D-Ill.) who appealed for "mid-course corrections" in the Reagan administration's program. "Reasonable people," he declared, "can see room for cuts in the vast (defense) program" and he suggested that Congress enact "a minimum tax" so the wealthy will not be able to avoid paying taxes. Senator Dixon proposed that entitlement programs be studied on a non- partisan basis to find long- term solutions. He proposed restoring food stamp cuts to the poor and elimination of President Reagan's third year of tax cuts. Keep Current Read The Most Important Primary In Our Time VOTE FOR MONROE A. SCHWARZLOSE He Is DEMOCRAT for GOVERNOR, May 25th A FAMILY MAN, anti-abortion A FARMER, knows farmers' problems and what to do about them A BUSINESSMAN, believes in the free enterprise system Believes in LAW AND ORDER, wants to get rid of professional politicians in State Government MONROE A. SCHWARZLOSE, Rt. 1, Box 91, Kingsland, AR 71652 Paid by M.A. Schwal zlose Pope Reconsecrates Continued from Pg. 1 human suffering, a witness to the almost apocalyptic menaces looming over the nations and mankind as a whole." The world was con- secrated to Mary in 1942 by Pope Pius XII. In his act of reconsecration at the end of the Mass, Pope John Paul asked Mary to free the world from hunger, sins against life, injustices in social, national and in- ternational life, and "from nuclear war, from an in- calculable self-destruction, from every kind of war." An estimated one-million people came to Fatima for the papal visit, some arriving barefoot to display devotion to Mary. Others slept in the open or in their cars overnight to assure themselves a spot during the Mass in the town's main square, twice the size of St. Peter's Square. Pope John Paul spent the night of May 12 in a Carmelite religious house near Fatima, where he met with the nation's bishops the next morning. Addressing the bishops May 13, the Pope praised Por- tugal's "deep religious sen- timent" throughout history, but warned that the country is threatened by Secularizing tendencies affecting other countries. He made specific mention of agnosticism in intellectual and university life and among many youths, "a certain concept of life or a certain humanism without GOd." The Pope also warned against "grave problems in the family environment, especially in respect for the indissolubility of marriage, the slackening of moral conscience and consequent relaxation of customs, demand for well-being at any price." While the crowd outside the sanctuary awaited the Pope, eight men carried a statue of Our Lady of Fatima, resting in a bed of flowers, around the square, where it was greeted by a sea of waving white handkerchiefs. Sister Lucia dos Santos, the only surviving member of the trio of shepherd children who saw Mary at Fatima six times during 1917, attended the Mass .and received Com- munion from the Pope. Now 75, she is a Carmelite nun in Coimbra, Portugal. After a lunch and rest, Pope John Paul dedicated the new Paul VI Pastoral Center, a conference center and retreat house, and met with shrine employees, construction workers and local priests, Religious and seminarians. But the highlight of the Fatima trip for the 61-year- old Pope, sources said, was a private visit to the Chapel of the Apparitions, where the Pope prayed to the Madonna in gratitude for surviving the May 13, 1981, assassination attempt in St. Peter's Square. 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