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October 22, 1982     Arkansas Catholic
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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 22, 1982 PAGE 5 C Stresses Hunger, 'Nuke' Issue itives from the D.C., and Father Joseph H. Biltz, who chairs It was pointed out that the most worrisome the human person to those things necessary to of Little Rock recently attended the Conference of Catholic Charities in the NCCC Resolutions Committee. "This meeting was one of the most important and serious ever," he said, "as the participants struggled for social justice as well as social services." "Touch a Hungry World" -- chiefly a hungry U.S. world -- was the theme. III i When Purchasing, Tell Dealers You Read Their Ad In THE GUARDIAN were Sister Mary Catherine Dunn, An Award Winner And A Good Agent To Know Like many businesses, the life insurance industry acknowledges outstanding performance with awards and honors. And New York Life Agents regularly gain more than their fair shore. This isn't o mailer of luck. Its a monet of selection, education and DIIttersafl, CLU dedication to excellence. t4 At 72201 l blocks west of the F) RED COAT TAVERN North Little Rock  OPEN: s:a0to 10:00p.m., Holiday Inn. AARON ROSS MaN. thru THURS. Owner 5:30 to 11:00 p.m.. FRI. & SAT. YES I WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR ! Bill MADDOX CITY DIRECTOR WARD 4 Sill Maddox, Age 47 Two children, Reid age 13, Jennifer age 12 Irried to former Jenie Nicholson IIh$1 Graduate of Okla ham State University Holds degree in Business Management Veteran U.S. Army ktember Elks Lodge No. 1871 tdember Downtown Rotary Club (ch, Church League Baseball Team sustaining Member Boy Scouts of America SUpporter of Arkansas Sheriffs" Boys.od Girls Ranches dicted to ooperative and well managed City Government aspect of NCCC workers' efforts is coping with cuts in the U.S. budget for human ser- vices at the time that the economy has boosted demand for social services. In the week's time that the NCCC met, more than a half-million new unemployment claims were filed. A major statement of the group rejected "the notion that the federal government can abandon or reduce its positive responsibility to the care of the poor and dependent." This position is based on the dignity and right of sustain and develop respect and life. One major speaker called attention to the fact that some Catholics refuse to admit aspects of church social teaching which run counter to their politics. He suggested that while Catholics no longer see themselves as benefiting from those teachings because they have advanced from the "underclass." Archbishop Hunthausen pointed out that the cost of one Trident submarine "could have paid Seattle's public school teachers' salaries for three years, or built 25,000 low-income housing units." In addition, he said, everyone is called to address the nuclear issue because "the possible destruction of the human family impinges on everything we do." Ft. Smith AR 72902 Paid for by Bill Maddox HELP PREVENT FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH HOWARD HARDIN LARRY WILSON WHEN 1501 N. Pierce- Hillside Bldg. YOU'RE INSURED Phone 664-0204 7 "Since 1958" i/ J!HARDIN & WILSON. INC. .,,4 .ra., -- ff.,..cv n  n u llmilmlmlm II l DANCE-DANCE. DANCE, St. Anne's Church Nail Music by: i RemountNorth & CamPLittleRObinsOnRock Road Steve Pruss " Saturday, Oct. 23 & K,ngsmen ( 8:00 PoM. - 12:00 $8.00 Couple Dance on 4th Saturday of each month. Let's Make Ft. Smith Number One VOTE FOR ACTION, NOT TALK TOM DAY Needs Your Help To Win the Director At large Position No. 5 Race RETREATS - JULY-DECEMBER, 1982 RETREATS: Renewing One's Relationship with God, Our Father through the Word - Our Saviour, Jesus Christ. 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