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THE GUARDIAN; DECEMBER 24, _19.82 PAGE'& , Come... Taste and Tour. ,o Truthfulness Question Cowle Wine Cellars ofParis, Ark. S [] Might Be Comphcated Gift Boxes are Available 963-3990 ----   had to tell himself. BySuza,,,,eE.E,sesser [00klt00lAI VI lid E h I rlJ---I Learning to speak trutl CAROLINE'S EYES I [ii00IUVV Ull I lu0000,es002,'C00y00Pan "', quickly shifted down toward cases, it is' a bg" first the scuffed and dirty sneakers I  : onsored B,, / toward being able to td she wore on her feet. Guilt ' .,l truth to other people. " was written all over her young [/Ol"  A,L, ,.. 1... r^,, n face Yet she did not answer I-'--mll-----. IIill. IIl} ..U.= ,.VU til llles I ............. .. " ........ I "-1=11"'7/" l AND JN teumg me tr me questmn mat naa oeen  I others, we show ther r[tee  MOrWgrdet,herpeHe tS of Columbt . dt ndi:Y ons tr ides t::a it. -- It's a God-like thin[; todD "Caroline where did this . , .'1982 NC NewsServi, come from?" stricken face. truth to ourselves. In her hand, Margaret held "I took it," she whispered. A few weeks ago, my father KNOW YOUR FAITH Sponsored By Arkansas State Council Knights of Columbus YOU'RE INSURED NEW YEARS EVE DANCE St. Anne,s Church Hall Remount Jr, Camp Robinson Rd., N.L.R. Friday, Dec. 31 - - 8:30 P.M.- 12:30 A.M. d/., , 7.:.  '. Music By: ,.   Steve Pruss Jr. Kingsmen $16.00 Couple $8.00 Single  PartyFavors&SetUpslncluded Dance on 4th Saturday of Month Sir l.,oin00; STEAK HOUSE and RED COAT TAVERN .auRON ROSS Owner: YES! WE'RE THE ONLY STEAK HOUSE THAT HAS SHRIMP ON THE SALAD BAR! Three blocks west of the North Little Rock Holiday Inn. OPEN: 5:30 to 10:00 P.M., MAN., thru THURS. 5:30 to ll:00 P.M., FR[ & SAT. I 0000eder00ehr WINE CELLARS Visit the Southwest's oldest and largest winery. Makers of award-winning wines in the true Swiss-German tradition for over 100 years. Tours daily: 9:00-4:30. Closed Sundays. Restaurant: 11:00-2:00 and 5:00-9:00. Grape Cocktail Lounge: Till 11:00 pro. a souvenir trinket of Mount Washington in New Hamp- shire. It was a bubble-top plastic representation of the mountain that "snows" when turned upside down. MARGARET remembered being fascinated by just such &.toy when she ,as a little girl. She had loved to lie still and watch the snowing bubble and wait until all the white flakes had come to rest at the bottom; to wait until it was no longer snowing on the figures encased in the plastic. Caroline looked up at her mother with tears beginning to fill her 4-year-old eyes. With a hand streaked from playing in the rich soil of the family's back-yard vegetable garden, she pushed back a strand of blond hair that had made its way across her Xmas Masses L00sted Following is a list of Christmas Masses which arrived after the deadline of last week's Guardian: DEQUEEN St. Barbara's Mass -- Midnight FOREMAN Sacred Heart Mass -- 8 P.M., Dec. 24 NASHVILLE St. Martin's Mass -- 10 A.M. NORTH LITTLE ROCK St. Mary's Mass -- 7:30 P.M., 11 P.M., Dec. 24; 10A.M. SILOAM SPRINGS Our Lady of Perpetual Help Mass -- Midnight, 9 A.M. iiiiiiii i iilii i li iiiill iilil . Free cellar tours Free wine tasting . Swiss Family Vineyards Village Gift Shop . Weinkeller Restaurant, Grape Lounge iiiiiiiiii ii!ili iii iii!i i i iii iiiii iiiiiiii i ! Wiederkehr Village, Ahus, AR 72821 501 468-2611 was "YOU TOOK it from the gift shop when we were there last week, Caroline?" "Yes, I wanted it so badly," she said and burst into full- fledged tears. Margaret held her daughter in her arms and when the tears had stopped, they talked. They talked about how good it was that Caroline had told the truth and how wrong it had been to take something without paying for it. They also discussed how important it was for Caroline not to do something like that again. THAT STORY illustrates the simple way one parent tried to teach her child some early lessons on the im- portance of telling the truth. And I could wish that all problems in truth-telling could be approached so easily ! But the question of truth seems to grow more com- plicated as we grow from the simplicity of a 4-year-old's idea of right and wrong to the complexity of adulthood. Yet, it is just as important for adults to speak truthfully as it is for children and adolescents. It is a way for us to show respect for God and the other people in our lives. We let them know that they are important to us and that we honor their ability to understand and to deal with what we are saying. WHEN WE speak truth- fully, we also invite others to trust and respect us. We are letting them know they can count on the fact that our words and the actions that follow are in agreement with each other. There is no gulf between what we say and what we do. But telling the truth is difficult. Sometimes, we have to start by first telling the pectedly. A strong, deter- mined man who insists on taking full charge of all aspects of his life, he entered the hospital leaning on my arm with little else in mind but the hope that somehow the pain and complete exhaustion he felt would go away. hospitalized unex- An Award W Good Agent To Know HE  FOUND the relief he sought, but his recovery had to start with admitting to himself that, at least for the time being, he could no longer take care of himself. The truth was that he needed to become dependent upon doctors, nurses, the bewildering assortment of other hospital personnel and a relatively impersonal and confusing hospital system. That was a difficult truth to accept for someone who has prided himself on self- reliance. But it was a truth he Six Kidnapped Missionaries Free Vatican City (NC) -- Six Consolata missionaries kidnapped in Mozambique during July and September by guerrillas were freed, Vatican Radio reported. The Jesuit-run radio station said the missionaries, two priests and four women Religious, were met at the border between Mozambique and Zimbabwe by Archbishop Francesca Colasuonno, apostolic delegate in Mozambique, and Father Giuseppe Iveradi, superior general of the Consolata missionaries. Vatican Radio said all six "'are in good health" but gave no details about their cap- tivity. DON'S DOWNTOWN SHOE SERVICE Complete Boot and Shoe Repair 311 W. 7th, L. R. - PHONE 378-0228 7:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M., Mort. - Fri. 8:30 A.M. $:00 P.M. Sot. DON [1I. BALTZ FEED CO. . . .Pocahontas, Ark... . Watch For... DIAMOND LIQUORS Rixie Exit- Highway 67 North II What's the perfect arrangement estate? It's more intricate than So you're wise to bring together talent avoiloble. Your lawyer, o|ficet. 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