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PAGE 4 THE .GUARDIAN. NOVEMBER 26, 1982 Diocesan News Briefs LITTLE ROCK - The American Cancer Society needs volunteers to sew pillows and turbans for cancer patients. For more in- formation, call 666-5409. CENTURY 21 PRO REALTY 9020 Chicot Road Office 568-3939 Home 888-2913 STEVE PINTER YORKWOOD, S.W. Little Hock -- Southwest Little Rock's finest area. Sharp 3 BH, 2 baths, den and living room. WBFP. Double garage. On large corner lot. Pool and tennis 3 blocks away. Assume 8::% non-escalating loan $422.00 a month tJnly $59.900. FORT SMITH - The annual Pancake and Bacon Breakfast of St. Boniface School will be held Sunday, Dec. 5, in the Parish Hall, corner of North 19th and "C" Streets. Price is $1.25 per person from 7:30 A.M. until 1:30 P.M. The annual event, open to the public, is being directed under the leadership of the Home School Association Presidents, Mr. and Mrs. Cody Shaw. Complete Travel Arrangements Maior Credit Cards Accepted HORIZON Bob Peters, Manager TRAVEL AGENCY 3901 McCain Park Drive Phone N. Little Rock, AR 72116 7SI1-221 i We're Glad You Asked! With John S. Smith North Little Rock Funeral Home WHAT SOCIETY WILL HELP ME ARRANGE FOR BODY DONATION? There arc two organizations which make arrangements h)r the giving of anatomical gifts I. E) e Bank Assw,'iation of America 3195 Maplev, mwl A enae Winston-Salem. North ('arolina 27103 A network of 88 eye banks across the nation keep records of those l'ople who are awaiting the gift of eyes and those who have made arrangements to donate them upon death. 2. National Kidne) t'oondation 116 East 27ih Street New York, Nell York lOOt6 The Uniform Anatomical Gift Act permits individuals to become donors of any needful body parts for transplants or research without additional legal procedures. Renlenlix, l', however, these arrangements must be made before your death occurs ! Feel free to contact me or these organizations directly. I,ITTI,E HOCK - A special Mass will be offered Thursday, Dec. 2, at 5:30 P.M. at St. Andrew's Cathedral to commemorate the anniversary of the slaying of three Catholic Sisters and a lay missionary in El Salvador. The event is sponsored by the Diocesan Council of Women Religious. SUBIACO -- The Trinity Episcopal Cathedral choir of Little Rock will present a concert of music for Advent and Christmas in Nuclear Continued from Pg. 1 should treat the morality of nuclear deterrence. As the bishops aired their differences under the glare of the most extensive media coverage ever accorded a U.S. bishops' meeting, the Reagan administration entered the fray in mid-meeting with an open letter complaining that the document contained "fundamental misreadings" of U.S. nuclear policies and failed to consider "far-reaching" U.S. proposals to reduce nuclear weapons and the threat of nuclear conflict. Press coverage included a newspaper column in which a critic called the draft "nuclear heresy," a response to the column, a letter from the secretary of the Navy and another letter signed by the former head of the CIA among others. St. Benedict's Church Sunday, Nov. 28, at Archbishop Bernardin repeatedly turned 4:30 P.M. The concert is open to the public aside media efforts to engage him in a debate and there is no admission charge, with the administration over its criticisms. LITTLE ROCK- The UALR Planetarium The second draft of the pastoral letter will present a Christmas show, "A Star Over condemns virtually any use of nuclear Bethlehem," Dec. 3-19. Show times are 7:30 weapons in war. It flatly rejects first use of and 8:30 P.M. Fridays, 2:30 and 3:30 P.M. nuclear weapons as immoral or any second Sundays and at noon Wednesdays. Cost is $1.50 for adults and $1 for students. For more information, call 569-3277. NORTH LITTLE ROCK - Knights of Columbus Council 6253 will have their annual Memorial Mass (anticipatory) for deceased members Saturday, Nov. 27, at 4 P.M. at St. Mary's Church, 1516 Parker Street. A pot-luck supper will immediately follow at St. Mary's Parish Hall. Father Richard M. Strock will offer the Mass. LITTLE ROCK -- The Pulaski County Council on Aging has opened the Pulaski Heights Senior Citizen Center at the Pulaski Heights Presbyterian Church. The center is open each weekday from 10 A.M. to 1 P.M. and is focused on those over 60 years of age. The program offers fellowship and a hot lunch. Anyone interested in participating or volunteering to help may call 372-7878. LITTLE ROCK - A general meeting of the Little Rock Chapter of NPM (National Association of Pastoral Musicians) will be held Saturday, Dec. 4, from 10 A.M. to 2 P.M. at St. John's Center, 2500 North Tyler Street. Topic will be "The Holy, Holy, and Liturgical Timing." Those attending are asked to bring a sack lunch. LITTLE ROCK - Single Again is spon- sormg a Leftovers Party Friday, Nov. 26, at 7::0 P.M. at the Sam Mascuilli residence, 57 Southern Oaks. Those attending are asked to bring Thanksgiving Feftovers and drinks. For more information, call Mascuilli at 568-0536 or Jean Black at 888:5197. Deaths use that is directed at or substantially affects civilian populations. While not condemning outright a limited nuclear response directed at strictly military targets, it sharply questions the practical possibility of keeping such nuclear warfare within the limits of what is morally justifiable and concludes that on balance such usage would be, at best, morally questionable. It also declares immoral the threat or intent to use nuclear weapons in ways that, if carried out, would be immoral. On the key issue of the possession of nuclear weapons as part of a strategy of deterrence, the draft judges that that deterrence strategy must fall within the moral limits posed on use or threat to use nuclear weapons; that it must be an interim strategy with disarmament as its basic goal and deterrence of nuclear war as its sole immediate goal while negotiations are undertaken for disarmament; and that balance, not superiority, is the only ac- ceptable aim in nuclear strategy. The pastoral will be revised for further actionby the bishops at a special meeting in Chicago next May 2-3. Greeting the bishops, Archbishop Pie Laghi, apostolic delegate in the United States, told them their concern over nuclear war "coincides remarkably well with Pope John Paul's commitment to peace in the world." In other action, approving a $22.6-million budget for 1983 for the NCCB and its public policy twin, the U.S. Catholic Conference, the bishops also agt:eed to increase the "levy" on dioceses for support of the conferences. The assessment will rise from 10 cents per Catholic to 12.3 cents per Catholic. The in- crease is intended to allow the bishops to s!op relying on investment income to fill budget gaps. Archbishop Edmund C. Szoka of AUGUST C. PRUSS, 60, 1505 Orange, North Little Rock, Nov. 16, 1982. Wife, Seraphine Chudy; sons, Floyd, John, Anthony, Michael; I Step Back in Time ' " '1 BRENNAN'BOYD I ! OPEN HOUSE I I CONSTRUCTION I I Neumeier Nursery I COMPANY I !  3327 N. "O" St. 782-9987 J ! |"NOUS'mAt eCOMME,C,At "iNSmUT,ONAt| -- Sunday, Decen, be,-5, I- 5 P.M. I I Fayetteville. Arkansas 442-27511i il You are invited to tour our home shop and greenhouse' Bring a friend or " neighbor and have refreshments, browse and visit with us." Looking forward to  _... ,,... Jail seeing .you . Bill and Jod y Neumeier & Family.' Ifi I Moore's Chapel I Kelly Hwy. Exit Off i-540. Turn at First Light & Right at Boys Club 1 ..mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm j Phone 442-7314 Sir ].,OtTI.S INIIi  STE, A.K HOilSE I,lli'il'b'iTT-,,-,,lg'":' Fayetteville,NATiONALArk. ]L' and I SELECTED MORTICIANS Three blocks west of the ) RED COATTAVERN North Little Rock  OPEN" 5"30to 10"OOp m ...with all the good things baked in Holiday Inn. AARON ROSS MON. thru THURS. Owner 5:30 to11:00 p.m., FRI. &SAT. YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR !  daughters, Marilyn Pruss, Kathy Piechocki. *' 1921 MAIN STREET, MARY AGNES KOENIGSEDER, 60, 6210 NORTH LffTUE ROCK, ARK. 758-1170 Bolton Road, Fort Smith, Nov. 16, 1982. Husband, Frank; sons, Steve, Mike. Detroit, NCCB-USCC treasurer, $22.6-million budget represents only a cent increase over the 1982 budget, $21.5-million. On another matter related to federal, not church -- a resolution federal economic policies was issued I bishops' Committee on Social and World Peace. The resolution national leaders "to reject current which attempt to solve America's ills at the expense of the poor and played." The bishops agreed to prepare statements on Hispanic ministry ministry and on prayer and chbishop Robert F. Sanchez of N.M., chairman of the bishops' Hispanic Affairs Committee, Hispanic pastoral would be a hope" to Hispanic Catholics. lngat " Continued from Pg. 1 McDonald said the teachings of eerning hunger "have not failed, haven't been tried. "Some of the people in these corporations are going to some church every Sunday, saying to them, 'Look a Another discussion, "Hunger in the! States," was moderated by Rev. Hicks, bishop of the Arkansas Area United Methodist Church. 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