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PAGE 8 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC SEPTEMBER 30, 1990 TV MASS Rev. James Mancinl September 30 Sunday, 7 AM KTHV., Arkansas 11 Kidney Foundation begins support group Little Rock - The National Kidney Foundation of Arkansas has begun a monthly support group for renal patients and family members. The purpose of the group will be to inform, exchange ideas and offer support. All kidney patients, whether on dialysis or not, and their family members are invited to attend. Information will be provided by group participants and keynote speakers. Monthly discussion topics will cover such items as diet and nutrition, medical and medicine issues, emotional concerns and financial resources. A renal social worker will attend these meetings as a resource person. Groups will meet on the fourth Tuesday each month in the Sears Com- munity Room on Univers!ty Ave. at 7 PM. For more information, call the Kidney Foundation of Arkansas, 664-4343. Recent top rentals 1. Driving Miss Daisy, A-II (PG) 2. Stella, A-Ill (PG-13) 3. Born on the Fourth of July, AqV (R) 4. Bad Influence, O (R) 5. All Dogs Go to Heaven, A-I (G) 6. Blue Steel, O (R) 7. Madhouse, A-Ill (PG-13) 8. Hard to Kill, O (R) 9. House Party, A-IV (R) 10. Nuns on the Run, A-IV (PG-13) Reprinted ~th pormss~ of Variety 1990 CNS Graphics Discalced Carmelites to meet Little Rock - The October meeting of the Discalced Carmelites Secular will be held at the Marylake Monastery, Satur- day, Oct. 13, at 10 AM. Rev. Raphael Kitz will celebrate Mass and give a spiri- tual conference afterwards. A pot luck luncheon will follow. Guests are welcome. Call Ginger Crews 225-'9370. [tI!ItI@ID'II Sunday, Sept. 30 - 12:05 Mass, Ca- thedral of St. Andrew;, Mass at Morris Chapel for Loyola Graduation. Monday, Oct. 1 - South Central Deanery Meeting, St. John's Church, Hot Springs. Tuesday, Oct. 2 - Central Deanery Meeting, St. Patrick's Church, North Little Rock. Wednesday, Oct. 3 - North Central Deanery Meeting, St. Mary's Church, Batesville. Thursday, Oct. 4. - Eastern Deanery Meeting, St. Francis Church, Forrest City. Friday-Saturday, Oct. 5-6 - Savannah, GA, 50th anniversary of Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Port Wentworth, GA. ()lllWll&llll; Jesus Rivera Salazar, 55, Ozark, died Sept. 14. Wife: Christina; daughters: Maria Del Carmen, Warren, Patricia Harviston, Isabelle "Bell" Salazar, Ozark; sons: Jesus Jr., Oklahoma City, Andres "Andy," Estevan "Steve," Ozark; five grandchildren. Frances Yutterman Merriman, 84, Fort Smith, died Sept. 8; Sister: Melina Goebel, Fort Smith; brother: Charles, Fort Smith. Mary Raley Albertine, 89, Little g0cg died Sept. 14. Brothers: Jeff J. gale/, Houston, TX, Dr. Burch V. RaleY, Fayetteville, Edward C. RaleY, Paragould, RobertJ. Raley, Little g0d sister: Marian L. Rainwater, Chatta" nooga, TX. Ralph Marion Thomann, Sr., 69, Little Rock, died oept. 15. Wife: ICav garet Geneva Wages Thomann; soD: Ralph, Jr., Little Rock; daughter: Madeline Marquette, Van Buren; f00r grandchildren. Agueda Juna Gallardo, 85, Lithec Rock, died Sept. 4. Son: Manuel AgUS Estrada, Little Rock; daughter: Haidar, Little Rock; one grandchil; one great-grandchild. Marjorie Carol Baker, 48, Little died Sept. 9. Mother: Ruth Wils@ Hebron, KY; brothers: Oscar A. Bedford, TX, Walter F. Jones, jr, LaCumbe, LA; sisters: Mary Gai 6' Vicksburg, MS, Charlsey Isom, Salt Community, Loretta Salazar, Littlt Rock. Robert Thomas Idom, 45, Nora Little Rock, died Sept. 15. Wife Carolyn; daughters: Donna, Kirnberl son: David. Rose Hess Cohlman, 88, Nrt i Little Rock, died Sept. 19. J Get Extra Peace of Mind/ Lille Rock, North Lille Rock, Pulaski County Your Medicare or private insurance may not always pay the full bill - that's why you need MEMS*ALERT Includes medically necessary emergency and nonemergency transfers One membership takes care of your entire household Family $49 Single $39 I Sunday, October 7, 1990 TO REFLECT... on the sancity of all human life TO PRAY...FOR Q the 26 million unborn who have died through abortions O the infirm the handicapped O the elderly the yet unborn TO BECOME INVOLVED... O chair a parish pro-life committee O write your legislator O volunteer at a pregnancy center Q become a foster parent take a pro-life friend to vote O Become a Shepherd Home ( forunwed mothers ) IIIPIIT LIFE each day of the year Membership forms are available at pharmacies, phystcians' offices and banks, or b't calling