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PA,G4 6 THE GuARI)iAN,-DECEMBER '3, 1982 Awards Given Out At HPI Banquet Little Rock -- More than 200 people attended the Arkansas Heifer Project International Volunteer Committee's an- nual banquet at Second Presbyterian Church here recently. Included was a "Blessing of the Animals" -- rabbits and goats - that are to be a part of a shipment from the Heifer Project Ranch next month to projects in Liberia and Egypt. Father Mark Sandford, O.F.M (Franciscan order), gave the blessing and noted that the livestock develop- ment programs of Heifer Project have a special relationship to the Catholic Church during this year, as the 800th anniversary of the birth of St. Francis of Assisi (philosopher and patron saint of animals) is being celebrated. Father Mark is Chaplain of Morris School in Searcy. Special recognition was accorded to members of the Arkansas Volunteer Com- mittee, as out-going com- mittee chairperson Rev. Fred Haustein of First United Methodist Church in Stuttgart was inducted into the "Order of the Bucket" for his efforts to "galvanize" the work of the committee in its first year. Incoming Chairperson C. W. "Nick" Nickerson, assistant vice-president, public affairs, of First National Bank of Little Rock, received an in- scribed pitchfork as his badge of office and symbol of the tasks ahead. Mrs. Mary Donovan, who traveled with her husband, Bishop Herbert Donovan of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, to Cameroon, Africa, spoke of her im- pressions of Heifer Project's Dairy Development program in that country. Mrs. Patti Webb, Development Associate for Heifer Project's Central Region (which in- cludes Arkansas), shared a "The VACATION CAPITAL o[ AJkar, sm" newly-produced audio-visual program likening the work of agricultural development to the flow of a river. Bishop Kenneth Hicks, of the Arkansas Area United Methodist Church, gave the invocation for the evening. Arthur Bouton, president of the American Association of Retired Persons, offered greetings on behalf of AARP's 13.6-million members. AARP has recently become the newest Associate Agency of Heifer Project International. Heifer Project In- ternational is a non-profit, inter-faith agency that provides improved livestock and training to low-income families in countries overseas and in the United States. Each recipient of a Heifer Project animal agrees to "pass on the gift" by returning an off- spring for another needy family. The national headquarters of Heifer Project was moved to Little Rock in 1971 when the agency established an International Livestock Center on 1,200 acres near Perryville. The Arkansas Heifer Project Volunteer Committee consists of active supporters FATHER MARK SANDFORD, O.F.M., chaplain of Morris School, Scarcy, gives the "Blessing of the Animals" in commemoration of St. Francis of Assissi's 800th anniversary at the Heifer Project International banquet. from throughout Arkansas hunger program through local who promote understanding churches and civic of the work of this world organizations. Pope to Visit Poland in 1983 [VIi'L POTTERIES | Pope John Paul II is 3 scheduled to visit his native Poland June 18, 1983, ae- (:[) SEE HISTORY'S OLDEST ART cording to a Vatican spokesman and the Polish ON WHITTINGTON AVENUE IN HOT SPRINGS government news agency, PAP. /'00r/zel [.Or00 RT. 6. ,ox,, ADVERTISING LAYOUT, ART, PHOTOGRAPHY YOUR HOT SPRINGS GUARDIAN REPRESENTATIVE CRAFTSMANSHIP OF THE PAST - TECHNOLOGY OF THE PRESENT SUPERIOR QUIETNESS RELIABLE QUALITY CEILING FANS WE CREATE THE WORLD'S FINEST KITCHENS 2223 Albert Pike Phone 32 I. 1334 away from city traffic refrigerators in all kit- . downtown in a park chenettes and rooms 230 Fountain St., Hot Springs Mountain Drive Phone 501 321-2230, Hot Springs Nat'l Park, AR 71901 I HAPPY HOLLOW MOTEL 2 blocks to bath houses all color cable TV The PAP report carried an official communique which said: "The state authorities of the People's Republic of Poland and the conference of the episcopate of Poland officially invite his holiness to begin his pilgrimage in Poland on June 18, 1983/' "This is a date which has been previously agreed upon (between the Polish bishops) and the Holy See," said Father Romeo Panciroli, Vatican press spokesman. The Pope expressed pleasure at the prospect of returning to his homeland. In Valencia, Spain, a young Polish woman pushed through the crowd to tell him she was delighted at the news. "I too am glad, my daughter, I am glad," he said. In the Polish capital of Warsaw, PAP also reported the scheduled visit and said the June 18 date was fixed at a meeting Nov. 8 between Gen. Wojciech Jaruzelski, Poland's martial law leader, and Ar- chbishop Jozef Glemp of Warsaw and Gniezno, primate of Poland. Neither PAP nor Father Panciroli said how long the papal visit would be. The visit would be the second one to Poland by the Pope since he assumed the papacy in October, 1978. Pope John Paul originally planned to visit Poland for the second time last August for celebrations commemorating the 600th anniversary of the arrival in Poland of the icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, the Polish patroness. But the Polish government asked that the visit be postponed because it feared the Pope's presence could become the focal point of demonstrations protesting martial law. The first papal trip to Poland took place June 2 to 10, 1979. In Warsaw, the an- nouncement of the new date was greeted with hope and skepticism. "It's wonderful. His authority is so great," said a EMIL E. WENCEL Real Estate Sales, Management, Appraisals Member MLS Graduate Realtors Institute 230 Fountain St., P.O. Box 1266, Hot Springs, AR #1901 Business Phone 501 321-2230 Archbishop Glemp said, i_ "The church recognizes that a i nation which has been humiliated has the right to By NC News Service 60-year-old woman, peaceful means than by "Solidarity got its start when "desperate acts." the Pope was elected. We Archbishop Glemp spoke at downtrodden Poles finally ceremonies marking the lifted our heads. We found our opening of the academic year pride." at the Catholic University of Solidarity, an independent Lublin. Polish labor union, became in Leaders of Solidarity had 1980 the first union not con- programmed a day of trolled by the Communist demonstrations and an eight- Party to be legally recognized hour general strike to protest in the Soviet bloc. Last Oct. 8, the formal dissolution of the the Polish government union. outlawed it, sparking protests in several cities. The PAP report said the archbishop and Jaruzelski Washington (NC) John Paul II has bishops to head the of Memphis, A and Wichita, Kan. The new a announced by Laghi, apostolic the United States -- Auxiliary Bisl Francis Stafford of was named to succeedt Carroll T. Dozier of Bishop Stafford, 50, auxiliary bishop of since 1976. - Auxiliary Bishop 1 B. Friend of Shreveport was succeed Bishop Graves as head diocese. Bishop has been auxiliary 1979. -- Bishop Eugene Dodge City, Kan., transferred to the Wichita. Bishop former chancellor Wichita Diocese, Bishop David Malone) Florence, Italy (! 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Suspect Denies Papal Murder Plot Frankfurt, West Germany (NC) -- Musa Sedar Celebi, who is being sought by Italy in connection with the assassination attempt against Pope John Paul II, has denied complicity in the papal murder plot, according to the Frankfurt prosecutor's of- fice. Celebi, 30, denied com- plicity when he was in- terrogated for 10 hours by four Italian Justice Ministry officials, said a spokesman for the prosecutor's office. Italian authorities allege that he obtained money and arms for the May 31, 1981, assassination attempt on the Pope. Pope John Paul was seriously wounded by gun- shots in the attempt. West German police arrested Celebi at the request of Italian authorities. Italy has asked Celebi, a Turk, be extradited, but no date has been set for a hearing. order and also conscientious work." The Jaruzelski-Archbishop Glemp meeting took place two days before underground Solidarity leaders planned demonstrations in support of the union. Archbishop Glemp had publicly opposed such demonstrations, saying they could lead to more repressive measures. Archbishop Glemp urged Poles to be calm, saying that more can be obtained through Greater Little Rock obtain more on this road than through desperate acts. "The church is for peace," the archbishop added, "and we will do everything to stop bloodshed." _ffi . 624-4611 or -__- i Hot Springs National I ---- Arkansas examined the situation in the protest, the right to be itself. _= country "and expressed a Nevertheless, no one can i common concern about pretend that the church maintaining, and distances herself from the ED KREN strengthening calm and social path of peace. The nation can -