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A NSAS'Om-iOUC "DECEMBER"9,PINES Cecil and Mary Walter Stephens of Conway recently cel- ebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at a Mass at St. Joseph Church with Rev. Wayne Epperley, CSSp, presiding. The couple also enjoyed a reception hosted by their chlldren,C.H. Stephens and Pat Kirspel of Little Rock. The Stephenses have five grandchildren. Guests of honor were the couple's Maid of Honor, Hilda Walter Hoyt of Russellville, and Best Man, Pete Salvation Army looking for Catholic volunteers Little Rock - Saturday, Dec. 22, has been chosen as "Catholic Volunteer Day for the Salvation Army," in Central Arkansas, according to Stephen A. Ware of Immaculate Conception parish in North Little Rock. All Catholics, including youth, are invited to help. Parishes and individual Catholics interested in helping the Sal- vation Army with its annual Christmas drive should contact Ware at 372-5200. Arkansas Interfaith situation, and are concerned that the following issues be kept in mind: -- that the current military buildup carries its own momentum toward war; --- that what we are fighting for and whom we are trying to defend is not completely clear; -- that since under UN provisions, the U. S. is part of a multinational force in the MidEast, any military action must depend on a multinational decision; -- that the individual human factors involved in war not be overlooked: the death and injury of both military per- sonnel and civilians, and the general disruptions of life; -- that in the midst of military con- cerns, urgent social priorities in the U.S. not be forgotten or compromised. We pledge our prayers for the Walter of Conway. president and all leaders involved in 1-__ Conference issues making decisions in response to this t.._ statement on Gulf or,s,,. P g ]~ ~(=(~ @ I~ & L I W ~ Little Rock- The ArkansasInlerfaith By Doris Nichols farming. Arabians do lots of hydroponic issued the following statement in light of the farming with greenhouses. They love dangerous situation in the Persian Gulf." [ t . "ping in Saudi Arabia is like living their vegetables. Their diet consists of In conjunction with the consensus of t I an international country," says Bar- lambs, camels, goats,'chickens, rice and the world community, we express the 11t hara Mulcahy, visiting her mother-in- fruit. , , total unacceptability of the actions of Ill % Lucy Mulcahy, in Mena. Her hus- Mulcahy says there s not a lot of Saddam Hussein in the invasion and I | band is employed as a safety and hell- socializing with Arabians except when subjugation of Kuwait. This is our last regular issue of 1990. Our next issue will be January 13, 1991. Look for our special Christmas issue: Untold Stories & Twice-Told Tale. December 16. ' 1%pter pilot for Saudi Aramco Oil we go to a store. When we shop we see We urge that all peaceful means be I O rnpany in eastern Saudi Arabia. them as store owners. We live within exhausted in the resolution of this I ] 8al r four years, Mulcahy has lived in our community and they in theirs. Ara- r ] Udi Arabia in a compound similar to bians own modern homes and their ( .1 aa army base equipped with a golf road system is one of the best in the" ' " t. | %Urse, tennis courts, bowling alleys and world." That Arkansas Wine is ! l rivate and inter She also points W/JiltS,, t/ ational schools " out that Arabian Oy4 0 ! churches. ,,7, women have more 1 [.."The Saudi Ara- freedom than pm r } biaas study the Ko- commonly be- ] she says. ]'he lieved. "Women at- [ Vernment is tend universities in [ .ased upon the ;,- Saudi Arabia where ' 'r ~t~ran. Not only is they study to be ederl elf : their holy book nurses, teachers, MAUS utlt evervthin is bankers even h - I%.^. -- .o ,IP .... ' P Y I."tl upon ,t. Is- *lk, sicians, lawyersand IMPLEMENT CO. i is the only reli- engineers. They Wiederkehr Village a 1120 West Broadway s [ llowed to be : are allowed to work Altus, AR 72821 468-2611 Morrilton, AR 72110 j Greets "Home of fine clothing for men and women" " . . ..... . ". 354 3186 i i! I[ SalvoPharm l Morrdton i " | Richard DeSalvo, P.D. i Hwy. 64 East L Morrilton Henry Rohlman, Jr. k_ .,