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CPAGF. 7 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 29, 1990 Pakistanprovince returns schools to former owners l rachi, Pakistan (CNS)- After 18 Y.ears of government control, Pakistan's i. ddh province is returning Catholic other private schools to the organi- zations that ran them before nationali- zation. The action follows a nationwide ef- t,frt to encour ,*e the nrivate sector. 'lOWever, teachTis and other staff will C minue as government employees for least two years, the provincial educa .... said. sources say that nearly two of government mariagement destroyed the educational quality the schools. For example, they said, are working below standard. far, at least 35 of the 54 Christian ls and colleges swept up in the ... trywide 1972 nationalization cam- dgathave been returned or are sched- O be. Long the latest are 24 schools which provincial government said it would restore to their OWners. are schools taken from the Arch- of Karachi. belong to other Christian or- The reminder were taken a variety of other bodies. sources say that similar de- an is badly needed in province, were 80 percent of Christians live. is a primarily Islamic nation. 97 percent of its 107.5 million is Muslim. than 1 percent of Pakistanis are The country has one archdio- and five dioceses. Maj. Gen. James A. Ryan, Arkansas National Guard, presents Sr. Mary Carol Drilling, RSM, Business Office Coordinator for St. Edward Mercy Medical Center in Fort smith, with a certificate grant- ing her an honorary appointment as a Colo- nel in the reserve state militia in recognition of her superior and dedi- cated support to the 39th Infantry Brigade. Alex Exum, above with Gov. Bill Clinton and Dr. Jerry Hanson, AIGS president, and Eric Bouldin, below with Clinton and Sr. Judith Dalesandro, OSB, of St. Mary School in Paragould and both boys' teacher, recently received awards for their knowl- edge of geography. Exum, fifth-grade son of For- rest and Mary Exum, and Bouldin, sixth grade son of Jennifer and Rex Bouldin, placed second and third, respec- tively, in the Arkansas Institute of Geographic Studies (AIGS) "Why Geography is Important" essay contest. The boys each received a din- ner at Holiday Inn - West in Little Rock, a certificate, an illumi- nated globe and a subscription to National Geographic. August: That especially in their daily difficulties priests be able to 7enew the grace received from God in ordination. Pope John Paul II's Petition for Prayer 2801 KAVANAUGH BLVD. LITTLE ROCK 663- 4131 Free Oe/ivery STATE FARM It's the simple way to answer any questions about your family insurance protection. And it's FREE! CALL ME.. 225-1002 MIKE VAN VRANKEN, cLu, chFC Member, Christ the King Parish 301 N. Shaekleford Rd. Little Rock, AR 72211 AUTO- LIFE - HEALTH - HOME - BUSINESS Please remember that ARF NSAS CATHOLIC will NOT be published on August 5. STI PATRICK!S pARISH; i NLR JIM WHITE USED CAR DEPARTMENT BALCH MOTOR CO., INC. 1000 LaHarpe - P 0 Box 3554 Little Rock, AR 72201 Phone 372- 7271 m,4,,i CiMMACU TE HEART 01: MARY; MARCHE INC. ......... , MINOLTA STANDARD OFFICE SYSTEMS RICH SPONER Marketing Representative FAX MACHINES mCOPIERS iLL YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS 1325 E. 9th Phone 501-374-7433 Little Rock, Ark. Toll Free 1-800-542-8899 m MMACULATE CONCEPT oN PARISH; NLR Advertising Specialties BECKY EDEN, Owner OFFICE: 501-37(5.~1~ FAX: ~,3~,g MAILING ADORES.S: OFFICE ADDRESS: P~I BO= IWJ7 123 WUI ~h Strlel NIX Utile Rock, AR 12116 NO. un~ Ro~ AR/2114