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PAGE 6 .THE GUARDIAN, JLINE.18, 1982 , j Dolores Curran Talks With Parents Daddy Fix-It "FIX IT, Daddy," she lisps at two, showing this god in her life her scraped knee. "Fix it, Daddy," she says at four, tearfully producing her broken balloon purchased from the vendor at the parade. "Fix it, Daddy," she says at six, struggling with her jacket zipper on her rush out the door to school. "FIX IT, Daddy," she says at eight, confidently wheeling her dented and lopsided bike toward him as he gets out of his car after work. "Fix it, Daddy," she intones righteously at 10 after coming out loser in a knock-down, drag-out battle with her stupid, tyrannical and ab- solutely impossible brother. "Fix it, Daddy," she pleads at 12 in the first of many struggles with her mother over whether she's old enough to wear eye shadow. "FIX IT, Daddy," she sobs ANNUAL PICNIC St. Joseph's Church CENTER RIDGE Saturday, June 19, 1982 Home,Made Italian Sausage & Spaghetti Supper "All You Can Eat" s7oo CHILDREN HALF PRICE Serving Time 3:30- 9:00 P.M. Games Refreshments Booths Dance Everyone Is We/come BAILEY & SKIPPER PHOTOS 600 BA R ROW ROA D Professional Services *Portraiture *Commercial *Church Directories *Social Events *Weddings *schools *Copy Work *ID Photos *Sports Teams *Senior Pictures *Instant Passports *Business Photos *Video Tape Services Now Available We Welcome Your Inquiries! Joe & Barbara Bailey (Members of Good Counsel) 225-5517 at 14, when her image hits rock bottom because she didn't make the cheerleading squad. "Fix it, Daddy," she asks at 16, exposing her first broken heart over a lost love. "Fix it, Dad," she says at 18 when the college she wants doesn't want her. "FIX IT, Dad," she implo- res at 22, sending along her mangled checkbook stubs and a 1040 form. "Fix it, Dad," she begs at 24 when she witnesses a rare conflict between him and her mother. "Fix it, Dad," she writes at 26, explaining that she wants a quiet wedding officiated by a priest and a rabbi. "FIX IT, Dad," she prays at 30, when her baby is in the hospital and her husband is overseas. "Fix it, Grandpa," she insists at 40 as she turns her contrary 12-year-old son over to him for the weekend. "Fix it, Dad," she begs at 45 when he tells her his heart is faltering and needs repair. "FIX IT, Father," she prays at 55 as she kneels at her dad's funeral, praying that he will find peace and realizing that from now on he will be fixing things for her in a way he never could before. @1982 I Pope Establishes Culture Council Vatican City (NC) -- Pope John Paul II has established a new Pontifical Council for Culture to facilitate contacts between "the saving message of the Gospel (and) the plurality of cultures." The new council was an- nounced in a letter from the Pope to Agostino Cardinal Casaroli, Vatican secretary of state. "Even where agnostic ideologies, hostile to Christian tradition, or even declaredly atheist, inspire certain keys to thought, still greater is the urgency for the church to intertwine a dialogue with cultures in order that today's man may discover that God, far from being man's rival, gives himself that he may fulfill himself fully, in his image and likeness," the letter said. ...DEDICATED TO BETTER EDUCATION... A college-preparatory school for boys ... grades 9 to 12 ... operated by Benedictine Priests and Brothers ... moderate rates. FOR BROCHURE: SUBIACO ACADEMY BOX G SUBIACO, ARKANSAS 72865 TEL: (501) 934-4292 Furnish Music at Revival The Gospel Lyrics of Little Rock (above) "Celebrating the Spirit of Jesus Present was one of several musical groups who in Our Lives." Father John LaBauve was furnished music at the revival at St. the homilist for the revival which had Augustine's Church, North Little Rock, large nightly attendances March 31-June 4. Theme of the event was United Farm Workers Union to Share in Leade La Paz, Calif. (NE) -- The United Farm Workers of America, the union of migrant workers founded by Cesar Chavez, is being restructured and Chavez has announced that he wants to bring "younger blood" into the union to keep it from stagnating. "Cesar Chavez is still the president and the chief of- ricer," Chris Hartmire, UFW assistant to the president, said in a telephone interview. "But there will be more shared leadership." Hartmire said the restructuring is not a response to criticism of Chavez's leadership but "a response to reality. The union has grown to the point where it has to decentralize. Otherwise, all the time and energy is spent maintaining it. "It's similar to a family- owned business, as it grows it has to allow for new leader- ship." There has been criticism from others in the farm labor movement who say Chavez has attempted to monopolize the movement and prevent them from receiving government and private aid. Hartmire said a team management system of six people, mostly elected of- ricers, including Chavez, has been set up at the La Paz, Calif., headquarters. Instead of locals within the union, the UFW is setting up field units by crop, Hartmire said. The five divisions are citrus, vegetables, field crops (such as cotton and grain), grape and tree fruit and "under the roof" I mushrooms and eggs). "There will be resources for each (unit) to set its own goals," he said, " and to use those resources to generate new members." The union now has 162 contracts with growers. These contracts cover about 170,000 farm workers, Hartmire said, some for a few weeks a year, some all year round. Most of the UFW contracts are in California, although there are also organizing of- CRITICIZES IIONOR Warsaw. Poland (NC) -- The Polish Communist Party daily has criticized the granting of an honorary degree to interned Solidarity union leader Lech Walesa by the Dominican Fathers' Providence College in Rhode Island as a plot to further Western values. forts in Arizona, Florida and Texas. Antonio Orendian, founder of the Texas Farm Workers, criticized Chavez and said he did not see anything new about the restructuring. "He always put his finger in everything before and this will be the same -- now he will pull the strings. He's never going to lose the strings," Orendian said. Orendian founded Texas Farm Workers in 1975 after leaving the UFW. Texas Farm Workers has 1,500 members, Orendian said, but they are not dues-paying members and the union has no contracts. Baldemar Valasquez, president of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee, countered that groups criticizing Chavez often are not democratic themselves. "Where is the example in their organizations? Ask them about their membership." Valasquez, founder of the Midwest migrant worker organization, called Chavez "our leader as well. We have no qualms about working under his directions -- he's the vanguard of all of our aspirations." Valasquez praised Chavez and the UFW, saying he has looked into the internal workings of the union and, "as far as I'm concerned, it's one of the most democratic organizations." . Of the changes planned for the UFW, he said he believes it is an example that "Cesar is constantly exploring, evaluating, looking for the most efficient way. It's to be applauded." Chavez, a devout Catholic, has led the farm workers in what he describes as a cross between a union and movement since the early 1960's when he launched the National Farm Workers Association. UFW staff members live in what has been described as a kind of religious community and Chavez has always ad- vocated non-violent fasts, marches and strikes. No effort "is worth the life of a single grower or his child, or a single farm worker or his child." Chavez once said, but picket-line violence -- in- cluding deaths -- has curred. "The more trouble we the more religious we Chavez once said in an terview in Sojourners. The first boycott of gi'apes -- endorsed by bishops -- was wine and lettuce Chavez also credited bishops with helping to [ the growers and together to talk. Chavez has said he see the UFW consolidate gains in California and pand to 1980's. Carlisle Drug Co. PRESCRIPTIONS PAT COOl( Registered Pherme! CARLISLE BANK of "The Bank That BaC gs The Community"