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PAGE 6 ..... THE GUARDIAi,* 'SEPTMBJI 10, 1'982 D.C. Province Backs Nuclear St. Louis, Mo. -- The 260 Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent De Paul, West Central Province, including six at Pine Bluff, Ark., are supporting a bilateral nuclear freeze. The nuns are sending a petition to the ap- propriate Congressmen. Nuns at Pine Bluff are Sisters Jane Frances Bey, Mary Catherine Dunn, Bonnie Hoffman, Stephanie Hudek and Maria Kleinschmidt. The petition follows: "We, the Daughters of the St. Louis Province, support the following stand: "To improve national and international security, the United States and the Soviet POLKA DANCE Saturday Night, September 11 St. Mary's Parish Hall 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 15th & Moss, N. Little Rock Music by DANNY Ynf POLKA DOTS $8.00 Sponsored by: ST. MARY'S BOOSTER CLUB Couple 201h and Poplar Streets // . ". North L,tlle Rock, Arkansas lk; 1 (501) 758-1123 72114 HONEY CRANBERRY RELISH 2 c. fresh cranberries 1 orange 1 c. HONEY Sort and wash cranberries. Wash and quarter orange. Put orange and cranberries through food chopper. Add HONEY and mix well. Let stand overnight. Chill before serving. Union should stop the nuclear arms race. Specifically, they should adopt an immediate mutual freeze on the testing, production and deployment of nuclear arms and of missiles and new aircraft designed primarily to deliver nuclear weapons. This is an essential, verifiable first step toward lessening the risk of nuclear war and reducing nuclear ar- senals. "We support this stand because we believe: "1. That all life is a precious gift from God to be cherished and preserved; nuclear weapons threaten life to such a catastrophic degree that they must be opposed (Gaudium et Spes, 80; Pacem in Terris, 112). "2. That we must stand with the documents of the Catholic Church in opposing nuclear weapons as immoral and unjustifiable because they inflict massive and in- discriminate destruction far exceeding the bonds of legitimate defense (Gaudium et Spes, 80). "3. That the use of public monies to build nuclear weapons is money taken building of a lasting peace through justice. The arms race is an treacherous trap for humanity, and d injures the poor to an intolerable (Gaudium et Spes, 81, 85, 86; Pacem 109; Populorum Progressio, 53). "4. That we need to stand across the nation and across the demand that world leaders take towards mutual disarmament. Not such a stand would be to nuclear build-ups that threaten human fami!y (Gaudium et Spes, Pacem in Terris, Human Life in 148,149). "5. That this freeze would be a toward the control of nuclear wea implying that we want to see reductions that will eliminate the nuclear holocaust (Gaudium et Pacem in Terris. 113) ." Watch For. ,. DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit- Highway 67 North i i L S(ffIL1L [tll STFandHOUSE Three blocks west of the RED COAT TAVERN North Little Rock O,ES: ,:30to 10:00p.m., AARON ROSS MON. thru THURS. Holiday Inn. Owner 5:30 to 11:00 p.m., FRI. & SAT. YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR! There's a NEW Koehler's Near Your!! .Koehler's Bakery & Grill * Delicious Luncheon Menu 1809 North Grant * Hot Pastries and Coffee [ Between Lou Hoffman's and Tipton & Hurst). Ice Cream by the Dip Call 663-3097 * Eat in- or for Carry Out To Note Golden Wedding Anniversary On Sunday, Sept. 12, Mr. and Mrs. William Gisler, Van Buren, celebrate their golden wedding anniversary. A special noon Mass be offered at St. Michael's Church, followed by a reception at home which will be hosted by their five children. Mr. Gisler is known in the diocese for his work in the Knights of Columbus, a term as State Deputy. He is retired from Riverside Furniture of Smith. Mrs. Gisler, the former Rita Cooper, was a school teachd St. Boniface in Fort Smith and is the organist at St. Michael's. The Big Man For The Big Job S"00t I Leonard Bog oslavsk, 0 b  YFrsMian AFrra nMyor ALTARWINE MADE FROM" ARKANSAS DELAWARE GRAPES Alcohol by Volume 12% A DELICIOUS, WHITE WINE MADE WITH ECCLESIASTICAL APPROVAL FOR USE IN THE MASS TO ORDER CALL 468-2741 or WRITE: POST WINERY $SAVE$ GROCERY STORE HOURS 9:00 - 8:30 MON. THRU SAT. Obviously The Correct Paid for ALWAYS BUY CHEAPER Rt. I Box I Altus, Arkansas 72821 AT WE... WELCOME FOOD 2.o V,CKSRORO FT- S.,T". STAMPS 646-0363