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CAIHOLIC JANUARY 13, 1991 PAGE 5 of faith Rock- Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church .~kelWill be the site of an ecumenical remem- ~.A~ ,iseid ~y the foot The Pre~ brance of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Sun- day, Jan. 20. Con- ducting' the wor- ship service will be members of the National Confer- ence of Christians and Jews-spon- sored clergy work group- Religious Leacle~ for Racial King Justice. The 7 PM Rev. ~ervice will feature combined choirs from ,f theMt. Pleasant Baptist and Good ~aepherd g thtUnited Methodist churches. :tory. Sharing reflections on the timeless mes- yages King communicated to American r wi]l be Rev. Robert Wfllingham, Mt- Rev. J.1L Raynor, Conway; NCCJ; Ft. Buzz Yarborough, Episcopal; Rev. Jerome Jorgenson, Shepherd Lutheran; Rev. Jean Unitarian-Universalists; Rabbi Eu- Levy, Congregation B'nai Israel; Rev. Griffen, Emmanual Baptist; Rev. Fulwider, Good Shepherd United e.thodist; Rev. C.E. MeAdo, Wesley Methodist; and Sr. Catherine ; Catholic Diocese of Little Rock. The is invited. "To serve as we would be servec" offer g Christian Counseling for DEP ION. ANXIETY Member Christ the King Parish of" ~et~. d byAR Board of Examinera in ~aYeho|o~. Member A.~ae. of Christian Therapists. '.met 20 yra. experience, 13 in private practice 1501 N. University - Suite 910 Little Rock, 72207 (501) 664-9010 KORDSMEIER FURNITURE SINCE 1924 Serving Arkansas families for more than a centur,r. 1023 Oak Street Downtown Conway, AR 72032 James Cook accepts jacket trom John A. Burke. Knights of Columbus holds biennial meet North Little Rock- The mid-year meet- ing of the Arkansas Knights of Columbus officers and program chairs was held Dec 8-9. State Deputy John A. Burke presided. The agenda induded reports on 1991 progrmm, induding the March for Life Jan. 20, K of C retreat at Subiaco Feb. 1-3, Fourth Degree Exemplification April 6, State Con- vention April 26-28, and Special Olympics May 16q8. Membership chair James Zykqik reported on the 1990 membership program. A draw- ing among Knights who had recruited the most new members was held. W'mn ers were James Cook, Batesville, and Rev. David Jacobs, Russellville. Everyone as invited to the SPAGHETTI & SAUSAGE DINNER Sat., Jan.12 4:00 PM til 7:30 PM St. Boniface Hall in New Dixie Adult plates $5 Children plates $3 (under 6 FREE) Dance will follow from 8 PM -1 2Midnight with music by the "Country Boys Band" tiO00000QO0000000 * Tim Hwy. 365 Mayflower, AR 470-0721 Benton,P.D., Member St. Joseph's in Conway o,o .o, 0 .o e o.o 9 0. Little Rock - Abba House in LiUle Rock and Senioi, and Chiktren's Services in North Little Rock are the recipients of proceeds raised by a Christmas fund drive sponsored by the St. Edward's Branch #79, Catholic Knights of America. Awards were presented to Frank Gehrki, Agnes Knittig and Tom Cullivan. at the annual family Christmas Dinner. Officers for 1991 are: Mary Spond, president; Robert Hart, vice-president; Anges Knittig, secretary-treasurer, and Herman Lienhart, Fraternal Affairs ( air. MADD establishes victim photo board Little Rock - Mothers Against Drank Driving (MADD) is solidfing photographs and stories of victims and survivors of drunk driving crashes to establish a Victim Photo Board of persons who are from or live in Arkansax The photo board will be displayed throughout the state and will be used as a public awareness tooL 'You can say the numbers and repeat statistics until you are blue in the face, but when they see the numbers of people, families, and children that are effected by DWI crashes.., then what wOce been saying about the dangers of drinking and driving "Giving Faulkner County good banking since 1933..." Conway, AR Member FDIC O Since 1931 .~tt t~li$ FUIINnUIE IKECIr RONICS 327-6523 Harkrider and Second Streets in Conway ' i | | t I i t I t I ~ I I I i I i I O become very real," said Frances Carroll, MADD victim services coordinator. Persons who contribute pictures are asked to write the name of the victim, date of the inddent and location on the back of the picture~ Names, addresses and phone numbers of those submitting stories and photos are also needed. '~Vhen we receive a photograph or story we will add the name of the person who sends that infomation to our victim newsletter mailing list. Stories that are submitted may be used in our news- letter," said CarrolL Anyone interested in sending photos or stories is asked to submit them to Mothers Against Drunk Driving, Frances Carroll, 210 Center St., 322 Pyramid Place, Little Rock,, 72201. For additional information, call 1- 80 228-77 . Roller Funeral Home H~vay 5 N. & Walker Rd. Mountain Home, 425-2161 Roller-Drummond Funeral Home 901 Marshall Little Rock, 374-0251 Roller-Owens Funeral Home 5509 J.F.K. Blvd. North Little Rock, 374-0312 Roller-Daniel Funeral Home 411 E. Race Street Seamy, 268-3546 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home 8th Avenue & Vine Conway, 327-7727 Roller-McNutt Funeral Home Highway 65 South Clinton, 745-2151 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 201 Pine West Memphis, 735-1000 W. Memphis Funeral Home 13th & Thompson West Memphis, 735-5040 Roller-Cox Funeral Home 313 Walnut Pads, 963-6188 Roller-Cox Funeral Home Rogers & Poplar Clarksville, 754-2201 Roller-Swift Funeral Home Highway 61 South Osceola, 563-6578 Northside Funeral Home 103 N. Shippen Osceola, 563-2758 Roller-England Funeral Home 202 Stuttgart H~,ay (165E) England, 842-3939 Bull Shoals Roller Funeral Home 1409 H'way 178 Bull Shoals, 445-4257 Roller-Citlzens Funeral Home 508 Plaza West Helena, 572-2571 Roller-Citizens Funeral Home 134 West Main Marianna, 295-2528