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PAGE 5 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JUNE 24, 1990 Carmelite nuns announce novena Little Rock - The Sisters of Carmel of St. Teresa of Jesus have announced the following intentions for their up- Coming novena July 8 -July 16: "-- for vocations to the priesthood and religious life; ' -- for safe and happy family vaca- J *" bort]on and re for an enu a " [ ct for all life; !"- for all the countries where new 0vernments are working for peace and ! ocra y; for an end to drugs and addic- !0ns of all kinds; "- for all joining the order in prayer aring the novina, and for all the in- ritions which have been recom- iended to the order. Mass, homily and prayers in honor I fOur Lady are scheduled to begin at !:30 PM each evening. The pastors and ngregations of Greater Little Rock liurches are sponsoring the evening ktaSses in the Carmelite Chapel. i onference on r'erack" t black families will be Bishop Felton May of the United Methodist Church in Washington, DC, and Dr. Cecil Williams of Glide Memo- rial UMC in San Francisco, CA. Wil- liams is the organizer of the national crack cocaine conference, on which this event is modeled. State and local leaders participating in the confrence will include Robert Shepherd, Arkansas Drug Director; Judge Kathleen Bell; Virginia Wallace, warden of the Pine Bluff Women's Prison; and Esther Smith, founder of Turning Point, a home-based treatment program. Registration is $75 per person. A limited number of scholarships is avail- able. For more information, call the Black Community Developers, 663-9621 or 663-7223. Pro tennis tourney to benefit auxiliary Little Rock - "The Best of the Best" is the billing for the sixth annual St. Vincent Auxiliary/USTA Coca-Cola Classic Pro Tennis Tournament, set for June 26 -July 1 at Rebsamen Tennis Center. Proceeds from the event will be used to equip a coronary care triage unit, providing immediate care to individu- als with suspected heart attack. Festivities will begin June 25 with pro- gram registration at noon. Other tour- nament events are to include "Tl e Bi I Little Rock-Arkansans committed to Enchilada," a Mexican fiesta hosted by la .,dicating crack cocaine abuse are Craig O'Neill at 7 PM,June 25, and the ed to meet July 11 - 13, when the Wilson Fast-Serve Fest at 8 PM with Community Developers of Ther- winners receiving prizes from Wilson a Hoover United Methodist Church, Sporting Goods. t, jVincent Infirmary Medical Center Tickets for each social event are $25 the Minority AIDS Education Task per person, and may be purchased from i| tee of the Arkansas Department of the St. Vincent Auxiliary/Volunteer ' al alth co-s onsor a second statewide Services Office 660-3550. Admission to ference Pto address the crack epi- all matches is free. Tournament play is I.mtic. to begin at 10 AM daily, with feature [,The conference is titled "Rebirth of matches set for 6 PM. ill'ace: Resistance and New Home," Will be held at the St. Vincent Cen- ![t for Health Education. Last year, 400 people participated in the i [ ference, including health and treat- ',[%t professionals, teachers, vouth, ,.l" uc and law enforcement officials, ii ents and recovering addicts. About people are expected to attend this if s event, according to Rev. William /%inson, co-cha!r of the event. l /laile last year s conference Sought [[ aise public awareness about the posed by crack cocaine to the of the black family and com- I, ity, Robinson reports that this |:lrerence will focus on the creation grass-roots model for "fighting The conference calls for a re- of spiritual strength and commit- II, to action, founded on faith and tance, he said. I -Joycelyn Elders, director of the 'msas Department of Health, is the conference co-chair. l"raote speakers for the conference "Up With People", entertain Little Rock - The international cast of Up With People is to present an all new two-hour show, "Face toFace;" on June 26 at Robinson Auditorium. Billed as a "musical extravaganza," the production features a cast of 150 youth from around the world. Sponsors this year include Affiliated Foods, Arkansas Super Chevy Dealers and KATV Chan- nel 7, with benefits going to the Arkan- sas Children's Hospital. Tickets for the 7:30 PM performance are $7 per person for students under age 18 and for senior citizens, and $8 per person for adults. Outlets for tick- ets, already on sale, include Sears, Peaches, Discount Records and the Robinson Ticket Office. "Face to Face" is the Silver Celebra- tion Edition of the Up With People show, featuring a new set, costuming and lighting. This program celebrates 25 years of entertainment by the organi- zation. The aim of Up With People is to encourage understanding among people of all nations through a program of inter-cultural education, musical performance and public service. Each year more than 600 young adults, di- vided among five international touring companies, spend 11 months traveling to many countries. For more information, phone 372- 7777, ext. 570, and ask for the Up With People Advance Team. It's the simple way to answer any questions about your family insurance protection. And it's FREE! CALL M E. 225-1002 MIKE VAN VRANKEN, CLU, ChFC Member, Christ the King Parish 301 N. Shackleford Rd. Little Rock, AR 72211 AUTO- LIFE - HEALTH - HOME - BUSINESS Pro-life teleconference scheduled for July North Little Rock - A Pro-Life tele- conference, Unity '90, will be Iteht Saturday, June 30, at St. Patrick Parish Hall. The program will run from 5-7 PM and will include national leaders of the pro-life movement. UNITY '90 will be broadcast from Chicago. Tickets are $5 per person. To purchase a ticket or for more information, call Patrice Wolfe, 224,2744, or Kathy Nauman, 835- 2141. 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