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PAGE 4 THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 12, 1982 l/ Want-Ad Section ORGANIST-PIANIST -- weddings and receptions. 227-5105. ! Morrilton Guide i DeSalvo Pharmacy Richard DeSalvo, R. Ph. J I: _ Lowell Southerland, R. Ph. Jim Riedmueller, R. Ph. Highway 64 East Morrilton, Ark. GREER&apos;S Home of Fine Clothing for Men and Women Henry Rohlman, Jr. Phone 354-3186 Morriiton, Ark.  - Morrilton Security Bunk  "The.Friendly Bank'" Momlton__, Arkansas MAUS IMPLEMENT COMPANY John Deere Sales & Service Phone 354-3527 Morrilton, Ark. J ALLISON FORD COMPANY, INC. MORRILTON, ARKANSAS L.R. PHONE 375-1477 LOCAL PHONE 3544541 MERCURY Here tomorrow to serv|ce what we sell today. Gerald Laux, Mary D. Laux, Herb Laux, Jim Loyd MORRILTON - CONWAY I OTTO LIENHART INC. WHOLESALER 204 WEST RAILROAD AVE., P.O. Box 110 MORRILTON, ARK. 72110 WHOLESALER: BUDWEISER, MICHELOB, BUSCH BAVARIAN, MICELOB LIGHT, NATURAL LIGHT Pope in Spain Continued from Pg. 1 lrom nor contradict, the demands of the dignity of the human person and the rights and freedoms inherent in it. And this con- stitutes the platform of a healthy society." John Paul strongly comdemned moves toward the legalization of procured abortion, currently a crime in Spain. He criticized divorce, artificial birth control, and govern- ment obstacles to religious education. During a visit to rural southern Spain, hd asked for government action to meet the "urgent problems" of agricultural development. For. the second time in history, a beatification was carried-out outside Rome. On his visit to the Philippines a year ago, Pope John Paul declared a Filipino religious blessed, and on the sixth day of his Spanish tour, he beatified a 20th-century nun, Sister Angela of the Cross, founder of the Sisters of the Cross, who died on March 2, 1932 in Navy School To Graduate Father Riddell Newport, R.I. -- Father John D. Riddell, a priest of the Diocese of Little Rock, will graduate from the United States Naval Education and Training College here Tuesday, Nov. 23, with the rank of lieutenant. Father Riddell has spent the last two months studying the different Naval sciences and courses. Among these were studies in naval correspondence, counseling in drug and alcoholic rehabilitation, overseas duty support and pastoral care of naval personnel. He also had the opportunity to spend time on the submarine, U.S.S. Philadelphia, and the destroyer, U.S.S. Miller. His first permanent duty assignment will be Destroyer Squadron Two, working out of Norfolk, Va. He will be the head Catholic chaplain for a destroyer fleet of seven ships and his sea duty will include tours of the Mediterranean area and East Africa. The graduation class includes seven Catholic priests, 10 Protestant chaplains and one Jewish Rabbi. The other priests come from the Archdiocese of New Orleans, Diocese of Toledo, Ohio, Diocese of Pitt- sburgh, Diocese of Columbus Ohio, Ar- chdiocese of Chicago and the Diocese of Yakima, Wash. Seville. The mother of King Juan Carlos, Maria de las Mercedes, a native of Seville, attended the beatification ceremony. On other stops, the Pope spoke of the rights of workers to have jobs and he counselled governments to intervene in their behalf when industry fails in this regard. He denounced terrorism the day after Major Gen. Victor Lago Roman, the 63-year-old father of eight, was gunned to death in his car. John Paul prayed that Spain "would soon be liberated from the painful phenomenon of terrorism." The Pope met King Juan Carlos, expressed respect for those elected in the recent Spanish elections, and he visited Avila, the home of St. Teresa of Avila, the Spanish mystic, founder of the Discalced Carmelites and the first woman doctor of the church. In the tiny church at Alba de Tormes, where St. Teresa's remains are kept, he told thousands listening to him over loudspeakers: "Values, judgments and guidelines for conduct contrary to the Christian faith have diminished religious and moral vigor in some. In these circumstances, you Christians must live your faith valiantly, trying to integrate the judgments and guidelines of the current society with Christian beliefs, morality and practices." In other discourses, the Pope told theologians there is no contradiction between theological freedom and obedience to the church's teaching authority, and he admitted to professors, scientists and cultural figures at the University of Madrid that the Spanish inquisition commi.tted "errors and excesses -- facts which the church today evaluates in the objective light of history..." The Pope set the tone for his discourses on the day he arrived in Spain Oct. 31. He said: Lake Villager Is Nurse of Year Lake Village -- Mrs. Penny Winsett, a member of the Our Lady of the Lake parish, won the highest nursing honor of the year recently. The director of nurses at Chicot Memorial Hospital here was named the "Arkansas Nurse of the Year" at the annual convention of the State Nurses Association held at the Camelot Inn in Little Rock. Mrs. Winsett, who resides at 425 South Cokley, was presented an engraved plaque. The president of the American Nurses Association from New York was present for the ceremony. A native of Lake Village, Mrs. Winsett is a 38-year veteran of the nursing profession, having begun her career in 1944. After three years at Fort Smith, she came to Lake Village in 1947 to work for the former Lake.Village Infirmary. When the Chicot Memorial Hospital opened in 1967, she began her duties as director of nurses there. Deaths Diocesan News Briefs LITTLE ROCK -- There Devotion in the Carmelite Chapel, 32nd Street, for the feast of Christ and the two preceding days, Nov. on Friday, Nov. 19, will be at Masses on Saturday, Nov. 20, and Nov. 21, will be at 7:30 A.M. The Sacrament will be exposed during Reposition on each of the three da, 4:30 P.M. All are invited. FORT SMITH -- Christ the King 1920 South Greenwood Avenue will annual Bazaar Sunday, Nov. 21, to 4 P.M. Crafts, gifts, games and everyone will be available. LITTLE ROCK -- The Arkansas Foundation is now offering a detailing the services which are persons with arthritis. The directory list all accessible facilities for dicapped in Arkansas: For more call the Arthritis Founda 2 HELP FOREST ,o-,.,. IN THE "An important part of the episcopal function consists today in applying correctly the teachings of the last ecumenical council without deviations through defect or through excess." Memh DARLING 3BR, in Good Counsel new condition. kitchen. Mid $40's. lower VA or F HA PRO 568-393 20th and Poplar Streets North Little Rock. Arkansas (501) 758 1123 72114. r ...... i . ! L . J Gift Boxed...Ready for your 3 Distinct Flavors Christmas Giving $$.1111 per Box Nature's Sweetest Gift Pick up at Fischer Honey .... Honey 2001 Pop/or St. N.L. There's a NEW Koehleds Near Youlll Koehler's Bakery a Grill " * Delicious Luncheon 1809 North Grant * Hot Pastries and [Between Lou Hoffmanrs and Tipton & Hurst). 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