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PAGE 8 THE GUARDIAN, JULY 2, 1982 Novena of Carmelite Sisters Highlighted by Two Prayers Little Rock -- A prayer to Our Lady of Mount Carmel SHOPPERS GUIDE ROY RHEA. Owner Rhea Drug Co. H1LLCREST - L.P,. 2801 Kavanaugh 663-4131 FREE DELIVERY DAN'S SHOE SHOP and Bishop Fletcher's prayer for vocations will be featured in the Discalced Carmelite Sisters' solemn novena in honor of Our Blessed Lady of Mount Carmel July 8-16. There will be a 7:30 P.M. Mass and homily each night of the novena at the Carmelite Monastery, 7201 West 32nd Street, with different parishes in the Greater Little Rock Area sponsoring one each of the nine nights. Father John M. Joyce, O.M.I., will offer the Masses and deliver the homilies. The prayer to Our Lady of Mount Carmel follows: "0 most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel, Fruitful Vine, Splendor of Heaven, Blessed Mother of the Son of God, RAY AND CLARENCE TROILLET "Th, tt in Stm Ri" Immaculate Virgin, assist me Phone 666-9731 in this, my necessity, O Star of 2903 Kavanaugh the Sea, help me, and show me herein that you are my VISA Mother. "0 Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and ANNUAL CATHOLIC PICNIC Church Of The Assumption Atkins Saturday, July 10 Spaghetti & Sausage Dinner ADULTS $5.00 CHILDREN $2.50 Pre-Schooi Children FREE "All You Can Eat" Serving Begins 5: 00 P.M. Until 8:30 P.M. Earth, I humbly beseech you to succor me in this necessity. Oh, show me in this need that you are my Mother. "V. Our Lady Queen and Beauty of Carmel "R. Pray for me and obtain my requests. "Sweet Mother, I place this GAMES REFRESHMENTS PRIZES EVERYONE WELCOME Your Family Shoe Store The Center BAmAmIKAeO "Open Mondoy thru Soturdoy 9o.m.- 6 p.m. Lokehill Shopping Center-NLR "Everything in Hardware" STANLEY HARDWARE CO. 753-2470 1012 W. 34th North Little Rock TEDFORD DRUG STORE Rexall C.B. Wright- T.E. Mattax PHARMACISTS Phone 374-4926 9i5 EAST NINTII STREET LYON DRUG CO. Phone 753..6161 4214 MacArthur Drive North Little Rock. Ark MEDIC PkgrmacL Inc. Locations 11524 Rodney Porhom 224-030 5901 West 12th 664.3907 i221 Asher A've: 562-3740 Bryant Center 847-3.596 I ii HATHCOTE Upholstery & Draperies LARGE JloIN -' SELECTION "'The Shop  of Quality" 372-64K UPHOLSTERING 2204 West lOth St. Little Rock cause in your hands" Bishop Fletcher's prayer follows: "O Blessed Lady of Mount Carmel, our Mother and Patroness, you are the Per- fect Model for those who seek to know and do the Will of GOd. We beg you to obtain for those whom your Divine Son has called to His special service in the Sacred Priesthood and in the Religious Life, the grace to follow faithfully and Wins Scholarship Greg Bassler, Route 3, Magazine, Ark., has been awarded a $500 Lottie Greenwald scholarship to attend St. Gregory's College beginning this fall. Canonization For Mother Tere::00o00 Charleston, S.C.(NC)--The before her mid-oF hiss| "saint of the gutter" said she address, deliverees,,du t doesn't want to be canonized, stadium. lee [nat Not yet, anyway. Mother Teresa of Calcutta, winner of the Nobel Peace Prize and foundress of the Missionaries of Charity, told reporters during a visit to Charleston that her many admirers should let her die before they turn her into a saint. Questioned at a news conference about efforts to further her canonization, she said: "Please, let me die first." However, her activity on earth on behalf of the poor was honored by the Diocese of Charleston which presented her with its first Mater Ec- clesia Award and by the South In her remarks, :t hhr  terated her oppos . abortion and her higl is "a s _hE|me ,, for human love. "z beginning of love -- ( umbrellas for each 'nn Wi sbesid2lh%onJ 'rar''s ' p. t, , -etugee being a saint we re . see in our life-time "atholit . - ' ..1 interv Homeyen, one ot her s, lean we pling t I F,,,- ,,.: ,-:/. ugees c th,ad tar! ,n their i.*rmy Son Jll%l|l"l liCE', II|'O  I"1 II1, , 1 I" d'evelo k%k I111' ;ilXltl| I. II'tah' I.I ,,,,.,.,.,,, I'1,,,,. allEy .he p - m m Can SO( tAtislat Real You re in good hJ , Carolina state legislature, AiistalnauranceComlnY. essio n generously their holy Bossier is a graduate of whieh recognizedherthrough ing  vocations. Subiaco Academy where he a joint resolution. ens "Beg the Holy Spirit to carried a 3.3 grade Mother Teresa's visit to ielas s make them understand the average. He was a member Charleston, part of a month- lln,nother obligation they have to accept of the boxing and wrestling long tour of the United States and do God's Will. Calm their teams at Subiaco and also and Canada drew about 9,000 Ir/ )er 1. Pc fears; settle their uncertainty ran cross country track, people ' of various I nrV  t an( and misgivings; encourage I. /" :ations The college is at Shawnee. leno-minations from the M..b.l.,,.c ":- ontma las them in their difficulties. Okla. Carolinas and Georgia. JERRY COOKE Lead them. through your Although the skies were Sears-Mc('ain Malhhop motherly love, to the feet of threatening and rain later Bus. 753-4321rdin your Divine Son. _ .. .. fell, some people began Re$. 753-33veral ( "There, at His Feet, CHD CollecTion gathering at noon, threehours I .s have graciously obtain for them, O Blessed Lady, Shows Increase __ ...._ _ D;4LJ o als say with you, 'Behold the Wa,h,nmnn ,N, Cnn F I  IarOcter handmaid of the Lord; be it ......... o ......... -" "- ny's done to me according to Your trihutions to the U.S. bishops' ' |lPhlVl 81A Jll a t - Word.' Amen." Campaign for Human %1-------- L[ J J llll I['- ran x c sym Development, reaching a 12-' n '" n g n" t s year high in 1981. broke the ,9- m'' z a _kllll, Hlh |U' l'. f ny c, WIIIERI WllIIl v-, I liBEl  lllor( million level, said Father I  " Marvin A. MaLLet, executive I /,,, - 8:30 P.M. to ]2:30 A.M. ahn Ke director of the eampaign. I r V-.. _ __ le eel ,rofl a t Based on returns and I .. -t N.I'V" . Pori.lo Hall .as e .... II  lille  lll qP : : eshmates from lndsvldual I rl" i.M. thi: Catholic dioceses, the most | l1 5th & Moss Nn Little Rockn su Millions recent collection will exceed I n . ' --" , ael 11. $9.3-million. surpassing the I Sponsored by: Men s Club @asp previous year s total of $8.7- I .. . . .. -- .. ._.L_ _.ationin million, Father Mottet said. I music oy uanny & |@ IF@IK i#ln]ncent_,l New Haven, Conn. (NC) -- "That this level of response I %. _ _   Mar The Knights of Columbus should occur in the existing i [" leO 0 Coull|e ,l], and, gave more than $41.7-million difficult recessionary | 'P'I" r - v.lgt, an, to charitable and benevolent climate, with its high level of I "/ % a ; ''larg causes in 1981, an increase of unemployment and un- | "" 'K "ristic $10-million over the previous deremployment," he said, "is '"  ' |sEer year, the K. of C. a further manifestation of the .rt, S headquarters in New Haven tremendous good will of so astica announced. Members of-the Catholic fraternal organization also donated more than 10.4- million hours to community service. These figures were com- piled from a survey answered by 77 per cent of the organization's 8,767 state and local units. The 10.4-million hours in community service were devoted to youth, hospitals, orphanages and church ac- tivities. Another 1.09-miilion hours were dedicated to sick and disabled members and their families. Knights also made 920,563 visits to the sick and bereaved. A total of 174,109 Knights were blood donors, an in- crease of 21,109 over the previous year. The $41.7-million donated to charity included almost $3.3- million contributed by the Supreme Council of the organization. The Supreme Council's contributions in- cluded $1.4-million for church and community, $386,286 for youth activities and $1.4- million for scholarships. The survey was conducted on behalf of the National Fraternal Congress of America, an affiliation of about 100 fraternal benefit societies in North America, with headquarters in Chicago. Since the survey was begun 12 years ago, the Knights have given a total of $238.2-million to charity and donated 65.2- million hours to community service. " ' 2]" "[HELP PREVENT  FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH many men and women. Truly, hard times do not make hard hearts." t-Ad Section RETIRED CRAFTSMAN -. Carpentry, cabinets, mantles, install locks and repair furniture. Joe Prause, Sr. Call 753-0514. ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. SEE THE GREAT PASSION PLAY (May-Oct.). GROUPS: STAY & SAVE AT KELLER'S COUNTRY DORM RESORT. Rt. 1- Eureka Springs, Ark. 72632. Tickets, lodging, meals & recreation just $17 ca. Phone (501) 253-8418. PFI EFER - HILLCREST PLUMBING & HEATING Prompt and Efficient 376-6000 I i . and I F . . ds. pro orest Heights Gui .elevi'Ark  I thre, -- '" t to th -'hich Zb.Lqu..a.r. iic .it .ll, S. Advertisingslat , :: A Sells :ing th #s. Th tired ,h Au Igain o: "Pete" Zakrzowski Fran Yanigo ie saG bilitv Lamps Lamp Shades Repairs flit. " . at nool 'a; Ins ssoee ml I) |fen Street Little Rock, AR 72207 lBlll dict 501/666-2628 f dies i ANNUAL PICNIC St. Mary's Parish -- St. Vincent SATURDAY, JULY 3rd PIT BAR-B-Q ROAST BEEF (With oil the Trimmings) Serving $:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. -. "All You Can Eat'' ICOpal holic p C. . [icers ,zig. or1. gees b. flic ag ADULTS. $6.00 Under 12- $3.00 Boxes To Go -SIGn DANCE .- 8:30 to Midnight, Music by "Country Cuzins" Band e righl 'land. l GAMES -- REFRESHMENTS FOR THE FAMILY