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ARKANSAS CATHOLIC MAY 19, 1991 PAGE 5 148th Evac Hospital returns from Gulf By Rev. Thomas lr ller Ch ls ., us. An.y North Little Rock - The 148th Evacua- tion Hospital, a National Guard unit based Robinson recently i-e- lamed from active duty in the Persian Cull. When deploye4 to Saudi Arabia on bec. 31, 1990, the 148th, com- manded by Col. I)avid R. Nichols of l~ort Smith, was augmented byRev. Thomas e ular Army and Keller Reserve physi i,ahs, urses and enlisted personnel from the U,S. and Germany. Members of the unit, stationed proximate to the Iraqi and Kuwaifi borders, ministered to the daily medical needs of cavalry, infan- try and allied troops, support units and Iraqi prisoners of war, attending to some 150 Patients per day. The 148th Evacuation Hospital will con- fiaue as an active National Guard medical Teleconference on dying aired Little Rock- "Holy Living/Holy Dying," a teleconference presented by th, e National Conference of Catholic Bishops Secretariat for Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, the National Association of Diocesan Ecu- llaenical Officers and The Catholic Telecom- taunicafions Network of America (CI~A), k~ll air at SL John's Center in the Commu- tficafions Department on Thursday, May 23, from 2:30 - 3:30 PM. The teleconference will explore ethical issues linked to death and dying, and will indude interactive discussion by viewers via telephone. For more information, contact Ed Sweeden, Department of Communications, Diocese of Litlle Rock, 6640340. Student receives summer, appointment at Little Rock- Arthur Reyes, a sophomore the Jesuit-run Rockhurst College in Kan- sas City, MO, has received a National Science Founda- tion appointment for a summer re- search position in the Chemistry De- partment at the University of Texas, Arlington. Reyes is the son of Anesia and Arthur Reyes Rodolfo Reyes of Little Rock and a graduate of Catholic High School. The Reyes family are parisioners of St. Theresa parish. Student appointed to Naval Little Rock - Christopher D. Flis, a 1991 graduate of Catholic High School and the son of Florence and David Flis of Little Rock, has received an ap- poinmaent to the U.S. Naval Acad- emy in Annapolis, MD. Flis is a four-year honor student at CHS and a mem- St. Joseph High names honor grads Conway - Ten students at St.Joseph High School have been named as honor gradu- Amy Snyder ents are: Amy Snyder and Palsy Snyder;, dan) - Susan and Earl Welter;, Brent Bruich - Sue Bruich; Michelle King - Larry and Sharon King; Greg Gunther -Joan and John Gunther of Bigelow; Kevin Bates - Harrell and Vivian Bates; Mich- elle Swack - Susan and Raymond Sla-ack; Stephanie ates of the Class of ~21. To achieve this honor a student must have a 3.5 grade point aver- age from ninth grade through the first semester of the senior year and take a specified number of honors course& Honor gradu- ates and their par- (Valedictorian) -Jerry Smcy Welter (Salutato- Stacy Welter Kingsbury-James and Lois Kingsbury; Brian Robertson - Sharon and Elton Robertson; and Daniel Shisler - Susan Lula. CHS-MSM Class of '61 Little Rock - The combined Class of '61 from Mr. St. Mary Academy and Catholic High School will hold a 30-year reunion June 28-30. Reunion organizers are attempt- ing to locate all graduates from that year. Featured will be Dr. Amy Haddad, PhD, ber of the MarinePersons who have not received an informa- Co ' unior Re- ILN, Associate Professor at the School of Christopher Flis rps J tion letter are invited to contact Tom Pharmacy and Allied Health, Creighton serve Officer Train- Larrison, 6644741. University; Dr.J. Robert Nelson, Director of ing Corps. He was one of ten young Arkan- ~u------ ~ the Institute of Religion, Texas Medical Cen- sans nominated by Sen. David Pryor to the rches may ex- ter, Houston; and Rev. Richard Zajac, Chap- Naval Academy. The Flis family are mem- [1 press their unity by sharing material 1[ lain at Sisters of Charity Hospital, Buffalo. bers of Christ the King parish. [[ and human resources. 11 II Pope John Paul II II [_[ Mission Prayer Intention 11 Rev. Jim Sd~mtz A participant in last year's Interna- tional AIDS Candlelight Memorial and Mobilization listens as a hymn is sung. The 8th Candlelight Memorial March will be on Sunday, May 19, at Christ Episcopal Church, 5th and Scoff Sts., at 7:45 PM. Marchers will process to Riverfront Park and are asked to bring a large white candle. Speakers Include Lt. Gov. Jim Guy Tucker and Rev. Hezekiah Stewart of Project Water- shed. All are Invited. Fort Smith student selected for gifted student program Fort Smith - Patrick Patrick Campbell one Campbell, a student at Trinity Junior High School, has been selected to participate in Duke University's Summer Residen- tial Program for academically gifted students. The program is open to seventh through tenth grade students who test in the top percent of their schools. Aaron Ross, Owner STEAK HOUSE AND RED COAT TAVERN Serving the best prime-fib for over 19 years...' 3 blocks west of North Little Rock Holiday Inn Open 5:30 PM - 10:00 PM Monday thru Thursday t-~iday and Saturday 5:00 I'M to 10:50 PM ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED WELCOME TO St. Boniface Parish Bazaar sponsored by St. Boniface parish Mass at 10 AM All - You - Can Eat Barbecue Beef Dinner adult $6; children $3 (children under 6 eat free) Sunday, May 19 from 11 am -5 pm St. Boniface Parish Hall Bigelow, AR Come join the fun!