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PAGE 6 ARKANSAS CA'H-g3LIC JUNE 30. 1991 DEANERY TARGET AMOUNT Catholic Arkansas Sharing Appeal: Parish Comparison Report CENTRAL St. Ram, Carliale 4,125 3,045 35 73.81 St. Jude, Jl~nvflle 13.500 12,801 104 94.82 ChriE the King, LR 65,400 92,906 316 142.00 Cathedral. SL Andrew 9,800 17.535 66 178.92 SL Bmthdomew, LR 4,160 300 4 7.33 St- Edwm~l, LR 8,170 7,735 50 94.67 Good Coumel, LR 31 #44 21,538 157 68.06 Holy Stmls, LR 73.500 61,092 284 83.11 St. Therma. LR 26,980 18.755 124 68.10 St- Anne, NLR 9,600 8,415 60 87.65 St- Aug-...stlne, NLR 3,200 2,489 13 77.78 I.C~ NLR 57,600 44,287 279 76.88 Inmaa~ Heart. NLR I 1,010 6,405 61 38.17 St. Mary, NLR 10,880 6,292 68 57.83 St- pelxic~ NLR 17,920 11,170 81 62.33 Kglx._Ca_o~.~m4~ 1.350 150 ...A 10.86 CeatralDm~ry 348,869 314,920 1,803 90.27 Gifts received as of June 24, 1991 PLEDGES NUMBER PERCENT NORTHEASTERN SOUTHWESTERN RECEIVED DONORS OF GOAL i.e., Blytheville 8,400 7,370 34 87.73 St. JmeI~ Corning 975 1,375 9 141.02 St. John, Engelberg3,535 815 11 23.05 Blemed Sacrame~ Jnstm~o 23,040 21.615 137 8632 St. George, Knobel525 2~ 4 48.57 St. Norbe~ Madmd Tree 1,064 1.330 15 125.00 St- Matthew, Osceola 1,122 1,155 12 102.94 St. Mary, Pargould 7,700 9,545 49 123.96 St. Paul, Pocahonm= 8,800 7,850 46 89.20 SL Hemy. Rector 490 200 4 40.81 lrmmm. Heart. Waltmt Rdg. 1.750 2.440 13 139.42 ~ 3455 26 154~8 Nort&zaulcra Dmaery 61,651 57,435 360 93.16 EASTERN St. Jdm, Brinkley 2,310 1,680 19 72.72 Sa~:d Heart, Crawl 400 425 2 106.25 St. Frzn~, Fortt~ Cay 5,460 4,950 28 90.65 St- Mary, He.lena 7,956 3,190 35 40.09 St. Mary, McCrary 1 '360 1,510 4 111.02 St. Andrew, ~ 1,520 1,175 8 77.30 SL Michael, W. Mempkis 12,750 8,250 44 64.70 4.2oo *_4oo ._2, 104.76 Embwa Dreary 35,956 25,580 142 71.14 NORTH CENTRAL St. James. Searey 6,375 5,490 40 St. Richard. Bald Knob 862 600 4 St- Albert, ikber Spgs. 5,512 6.753 44 St- Mary, Bazsville 7,050 5'373 36 St- Michael, C~'rokr, e Vg. 9,825 9,680 79 St. Ma=y, Honeshce Bend 7.350 3,970 39 SL Mary, Mt. View 1,500 1'345 12 75O 2.46O 12 North Ceatral Dmnery 39,224 35,671 266 NORTHERN St. Anne, Ben-yvKle 2,040 1,110 11 St. Ellzabcth. Eureka Spgs. 5,025 2,070 21 Mother of God, Harrieon 11,350 16,285 86 St. Pete~, ML Home 44,712 28,833 305 42oo 3o25 21 N~.k*m Dmaery 67,327 51,323 444 NORTHWESTERN St. Bernard, Bell Vbm 19,404 19.333 158 99.63 St. Stephen, Bemonville 5,000 2,375 22 47.50 St. Jose~ Faye1~vil]e 14,300 11.390 47 79.65 St. Thereto. Fayet~ville 13,800 11,670 97 84.56 St. John. Hunt~ll 787 715 13 90.78 St. Vincent de Panl. Rogers 27.375 24,366 159 89.00 St. Mary, Silcam Springs 4,795 2,235 27 46.61 St. Raphael. Slxingdele 19,110 13.910 65 72.78 5500 7.55o 73 No~hwe~tera Deaa*ry 113,071 93,544 661 82.73 SOUTH CENTRAL St. Mary, Admdcllxhla 2,100 1,705 13 81.19 Our Lady Fatima. Benton 13,240 8,365 73 63.17 St- John. Hot Sixlnge 29,374 22,613 188 76.98 St MazT, Hot Springs 12,672 8,640 63 68.18 S acre.d HeaR, H.S. Village 17.160 25,120 226 14638 St. John, Malvern 2,400 1,335 17 55.62 St. AShy, Men 7,875 8.875 41 112.69 All Saint,,, Mt. Ida 1,013 758 I0 74.81 1.254 1.460 n 116.42 So, ah Ce~r, d Dmacry 87,055 7S,ff/l 642 90.$6 86.11 69.60 SOUTHEASTERN 122.51 Holy Crma, Crosser1,838 1.800 12 97.93 76.21 Nativity, Dermott 525 300 4 57.14 98.52 Holy Child, Dumas 1,613 2,520 10 156.23 54.01 Holy Tt~ty. England 1,000 800 4 80.00 89.66 St. llen~. Gil]tt300 275 1 91.66 3~.00 Bl=md Sacrament, Grady 100 1 (30 1 100.00 90.94 Ottr Lady Lal~, L. Village 8,362 4"310 47 51..54 St- M~I McGehee 2,513 1,366 14 54.31 St. Mm'k, Monticello 1.590 230 4 14.46 St- Joseph, Pine Bluff 24.188 11,700 73 4837 54.41 St. Peter, Pine Bluff 3.900 1,250 8 32.05 98.57 SS. Cyr,1 & Met., Slovak 3,268 2,390 22 73.13 143.48 St. Justin, Star City 80 278 2 347.50 64.48 Holy Rosary, Stuttgart 10,162 11 ,.345 69 111.64 80.66 So~heastera Dm~,ry59,489 38,663 285 64.99 St. Elizabeth Seton, Ashdn. 2,363 1,735 10 73.42 St. I.oa~, Camden 6.552 9,210 47 140.56 St. Bm'otm, DeQu=m 1,950 515 I0 26.41 Holy Re.deemer. El Dorado 12,978 8,270 72 63.72 Good Sheplzad, Fordy~ 570 I00 I 17..54 Sa=ed Heart. Fortnan 660 150 3 22.72 Lady Good Hope. Hope 2,520 2,040 12 80.95 Immac. Heart. Magndia 1.980 1,340 16 ~l~ St. Max1~ NDhville 1,500 1'300 9 86.66 St. Vincent de Pald. Stamps 114 140 2 122.80 15~25 11.274 66 72.61 S~llhw~.~rn Dmlery 46,712 36,074 248 77.22 SUBIACO St. Mary, Al~,~ 5,288 4.760 46 90.01 Sa~ed Hcart, Barling 5,040 680 8 13.49 A,umnption. Boonevflle 2,070 1,000 10 48.30 Sacaed Heart, Charleston 5,688 4,445 44 78.14 Hdy Redetmaer. Clarkzvill 4,704 4,280 38 90.98 Sacaed Heart, Hamm.u 570 120 4 21.00 SS. Peter & Pard, Mort. BI. 1.248 1,277 I 102.32 St- SchdDtlca, New Blaine 1,260 700 12 55.55 St. Jonah, Parb 9,120 5,380 75 58.99 St. Meimad, Prakie View 675 640 I 1 94.81 St. Anthony, Recliff 1,640 750 5 45.73 St. Ignatius, Sexrote 2,130 1.260 26 59.15 6.36O 2.535 34 3985 $ubi~o Dmary 45,793 27,827 314 60.76 CENTRAL St. Elizabeth, Adona 2,016 1.0~5 11 51.83 Asmun~o~ Atkin= 3,150 1.805 22 55.71 St. Bcmlface, Bigelow 2,04,8 785 9 38.33 St- Jmeph, Center Ridge 2,976 1,383 27 46.45 St. Jude, Cllnta~1.770 590 8 33.33 St. Jmmph, Conway39,525 15,185 93 38.41 St. Augustine, DardeneUe 3,150 1,135 14 36.03 St. Francis. Fairfield Bay 7,904 4.990 62 63.13 St. Mary, St. Vincent 4,080 3,447 42 84.48 St. Francis. Little Italy 1,575 155 4 9.84 Sac=~l Heart. Morrilt~m 13,912 6.616 60 47.55 18055 9.6oo 69 53.07 W#~lC,a~raIDeam#ry 190,194 46,736 421 46.64 WESTERN I.C., Ft. Sm/~h 38,000 33,889 167 89.18 St. Boniface, Ft. Smith 21,595 9,165 75 42.44 O~rist the King, FL Smith 23,636 18,919 146 80.04 St. Leo, Hartford 1,312 400 2 30.48 SS. Sabrlna & Mary, knny L. 2,138 2.100 15 98.88 St. Michael, Van Bmma 7,725 2,745 28 35.53 w" w 450 5o0 _2 A.LLLt W~t~rm Dcmmery 94,856 67,718 441 71.39 I Grand Totals To-Date: $1,190,0~ $885,121"6024* 80.46% I * I~cl~les no~-r~,i~tcr*d domor gifl~ (Parish Ualmow~) I Ray Winder 6 PM Thursday, July 11 Admission - $25 for the entire family $10 single adult $5 for single child Includes game & dinner of hot dogs and hamburgers, chips and a beverage Bring a blanket. "k Giveaway Items for:the -k children Grand Door prize: Trip for 2 to St. Louis including airfare, hotel accommodations and admission to 3 Cardinal games for Aug.2,3 & 4 ( Cards vs Pirates ) Second prize - color television Door prize tickets 8 for $5 or $1 each. Call Rhonda Morrison, 661-0255 or Bobbie Hall, 376-4650. "Poverty," from page I dustrialized democrade " Poverty is high in cenw dfie but "the child poverty rate is even higher in rural areas than in the rest of the nation." Even though poverty is espedally high among female-headed families, "nearly five million American poor children lived in married-couple families in 1989. Even if there were no families headed by women in this country, the U.& still would have one of the highest child poverty rates among all indus- trialized democracies" Three out of four elderly people who would otherwise be poor are lifted out of poverty by govemment transfer payments, but government transfers to poor families with children remove only one-tenth of Ix)or children under age six from the poverty rolls. jml Affordable Capable Quality Personal Service We a~e eager to serve families m~d groulm loddng for qmdity lodging and service with Chrhalan ~. Large ~I~ ~I~ p~l 1~Lzzl' Cable 'IV. Michael's ~urant cxcr~eot me4~s f~r bmakfi~ and dinner. Give u~ the opportuni:y to make your next trip ~ecial. 1876 Inn Rt. I, Box 247 Eureka Springs, All (501) 253-7183 Call toll-free for reservations 1-800-635-3390. The first policy change the Children's Defense Fund suggested was replacing the per-person exemption on income tax forms with a "dfildren's tax credit." It noted that the exemption "provides no assistance whatsoever" to families whose income is so low that there is no tax liabil- ity. The exemption is currently worth $322.50 per child for a moderate---income family in the 15 percent tax bracket, while it is "worth more than twice as much - $666.50 per child - for a wealthy family in the 31 percent lax bracket," it said. Among other reforms, the report called for:. Effective "child support enforcement" to assure that absent parents who can sup- port their children do so. Increafing the minimum wage to "make up the ground" lost to inflation. Expanding the federal Earned Income Credit for low-income workers so that gains through higher minimum wages are not eaten up by losses in the federal credit. Wamily leave" pofides to protect the jobs of those forced to quit working tempo- rarily because of childbirth, adoption or family medical emergendes. July: that religious communities may take up, with renewed enthusi- asm, their service to the Gospel in missionary activities. Pope John Paul II Mission Prayer Intention AMEREAN MEDICAL 1200 Barrow Road Little Rock, AR RENTALS 221-9071 RENTALS & SALES Vincent Wren