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-Pa e 2 ARKANSAS'-q&; C 'ATHDhld' I' '4 O HSA plans spaghetti supper Our Lady of Good Counsel Parish in Little Rock will have a spaghetti supper Sunday, Feb. 6, in the school gym. The Home School Association is sponsoring the meal. Food will be served at 5 p.m. and family games will follow. Participants are eligible to win large prizes as well as "Sweetheart Specials" throughout the evening. A $6 adult ticket or a $3 child's ticket includes spaghetti, dessert, a drink and all games. Good Counsel Home School Associa- tion provides funds for class parties, school equipment, library enhancement and teachers' continuing education. For more information, call the parish, 666- 5073. Parishes plan Valentine dances Valentine's Day dances are scheduled in several Arkansas parishes. At Immacu- late Conception in North Little Rock, radio personality Craig O'Neil will serve as disc jockey. The dance will be Satur- day, Feb. 12, 8 p.m. - midnight. Tickets are $30 per couple. For more informa- don, call Mark Jaramillo, 835-9722. St. Edward in Little Rock will hold its dance Saturday, Feb. 12, 7 p.m. - mid- night in the school gym. Tickets are $12 per couple or $6 per person. For more information, call the parish, 374-5767. In Hot Springs Village, Knights of Columbus Council No. 10208 will spon- sor a Valentine's Day Dance at Coronado Center, Monday, Feb. 14, 8 - 11 p.m. The dance is open to parishioners and other guests. Tickets are $5 per person and dance music will be provided by The Mu- sic Makers Orchestra. For more infor- mation, call Lee Borne, 922-0781. Several meals planned There are plenty of chances to eat at St. Joseph's Parish in Pine Bluff. The CYO will sponsor a chili supper Satur- day, Jan. 29, after the 5:30 p.m. Mass. On Tuesday, Feb. 1, St. Joseph-St. Peter Junior High School will sponsor a pot- luck dinner at 6:30 p.m. The school band will entertain. For more information on either event, call the parish, 534-4701. / :%" HELLO McDonald a student School in Rogers to the school. -- Bishop Andrew J. got a warm greeting from at St. Vincent de Paul during a recent visit Fund-raiser dance slated Our Lady of Fatima Parish in Benton will sponsor a fund-raiser dance, Satur- day, Jan. 29, 8 p.m. - midnight in the school gym. Proceeds will be donated to the parish improvement fund, earmarked for a new school/multipurpose building. Tickets are $10 per couple and are available at the door. "Stuff," a local band, will play rock and roll, Top 40 and coun- try music. For more information, call the parish, 778-5186. Knights set blood drive The Knights of Columbus of Christ the King Parish in Little Rock will spon- sor a Red Cross blood drive, Sunday, Jan 30, 8:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. in the Family Life Center. Blood is urgently needed in Arkansas. For more information call the parish, 225-6774. Also, at the suggestion of the Knights of Columbus, and with a donated wheel- chair, ushers at Christ the King provide wheelchair service for anyone who needs help getting in and out of the church. For wheelchair service, call Greg Elsken, 868-5405, or tell the ushers upon arrival at Mass. By Judy Hoelzeman Parish members involved in Grant County 4-H awards Young members of Holy Cross Parish in Sheridan were recently involved in the Grant County 4-H Clubs awards cer- emony. Gretchen Hall and Joel Hess pre- sented awards to the 4-H Outstanding Leader and Rookie of the Year, as well as district and state achievement awards. Both also received officer pins and achievement awards, Hess for citizenship and Hall for clothing. Expectant mothers and their children benefit from program "Motherhood" a service of Blessed Sac- rament Parish in Jonesboro, provides clothing and other help to pregnant mothers and their children. After salvag- ing two big boxes of heavy cotton denim that were to be thrown away by a factory, the group completed a sewing project which yielded 13 pairs of maternity jeans, 13 pairs of children's jeans and jumpers and tops. According to Agatha Tarver, there is still denim fabric left. Tarver's son-in-law, a fabric purchaser, offered her the fabric. She pre-cut the jeans, copied the instructions, then printed a bulletin notice asking parishio- ners to pick up and sew up one of the kits. Tarver said about eight people re- sponded. The group has received a sec- ond fabric donation and is now working on sewing maternity tops. Tarver said that Motherhood wants to encourage moth- ers to give birth to their children by pro- viding them with clothing and other re- sources. For more information, call Tarver, 932-5254. College students receive stipends from parish The Social Concerns Committee of Our Lady of the Holy Souls Parish in Little Rock recently awarded $1,000 in stipends to college freshmen who were active in the parish Catholic Youth Ministry. The stipends, to be used for textbooks, were awarded to Emily Eden Callahan, Sarah Elizabeth Lang, Kristi Hart and Maggie Mclntyre. continued from page 1 *m Network, Operation Rescue and their fob lowers illegally conspired to dose abortion clinics and benefited financially from doing so. NOW seeks prosecution of the protest- ers under laws intended to control orga- nized crime. Scheidler and his supporters contended that in order to be prosecuted under the anti-racketeering statutes, there had to be proof of economic gain. But the court dis, agreed, saying that nowhere in the RICO statute is there any indication that an eco- nomic motive is required. Lower courts that ruled in favor of Scheidler overlooked the fact that while certain activities may not benefit the pro- testers financially, they still may drain money from bufinesses like the clinics, said the opinion written by Chief Justice w'flliam Rehnquist. In a separate concurring opinion, Jus- tices David Souter and Anthony Kennedy said the ruling does not bar First Amend- ment challenges to the apph'cation of RICO. Proving economic motive is unnecessary "oecause legitimate freespeech claims may be raised and addressed in individual RICO cases as they arise," wrote Souter. "Accord- ingly, it is importantto stress that nothing in the court's opinion precludes a RICO defendant from raising the Fast Amend- ment in its defense in a particular case." Sourer went on to say conduct that oth- erwise might amount to extortion under RICO may well be fully protected under the Fast Amendment- Souter added that he had no view on the possibility of a Ftrst Amendment claim by Scheidler and his co- respondents, but warned courts that apply RICO to bear in mind that Fast Amend- ment interests could be at stake. Just three days before the NOW vs. Schek//er ruling the court agreed to take a, case in which anti-abortion protesters chal- lenged a judge's order prohibiting demon- , strations near an abortion clinic in Melbourne, Fla. In that case, a state trial court judge re- quired that antiabortion protesters stay at least 36 feet away from a clinic or face fines of up to $500. The judge also barred pro- testers from approaching patients within 300 feet of the clinic and banned picketing within 300 feet of the homes of clinic staff. 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