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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 1, 1982 PAGE 5 nglican-Catholic Conference Slated JOE DOLAN Agencylnsurance "Mr. Insurance" All Lines of Insurance (501) 842-2431 England Arkansas Rock -- A joint Anglican-Catholic for clergy of the Catholic Diocese Rock and the Episcopal Diocese of will be held Monday through Oct. 25-27, at Camp Mitchell, tin. of the conference will be: "The g to its Families." speaker will be Father Thomas L. director of Family Ministries for the of Louisville. He is the Drive 15.16 ' Little Rock -- On Friday and Saturday, 15-16, members of Knights of Columbus throughout the State of Arkansas in the seventh annual Tootsie in an effort to raise funds to assist ental health facilities. Frank White, in an official has proclaimed these days to be Of Columbus Days For The president of the National Association of Catholic Diocesan Family Life Ministers and author of "A Manual for Parish Family Ministry Teams." Chaplain for the conclave will be The Rev. Robert Cooper, Sub-Dean of the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest at Austin, Texas. Rev. Cooper, 47, is married and the father of three children He was college chaplain at Louisiana State University and Vanderbilt University from 1963 to 1971. From 1971 to 1980, he was professor of ethics and moral theology at Nashotah House. Since 1980, he OKTOBERFEST Sponsored by: Holy Name Society Our Lady of Good Counsel -- 13th and Jackson Sat., Oct. 2 Tickets: $5.00 per person Ticket includes German Dinner - Beer - Cold Drinks and Dancing. Dinner Is Served from 7:00 to 8"30 PM in the State of Arkansas. Likewise, I Reed Thompson, of North Little Rock, Dancing from 8:00 to 12:00. ! a similar proclamation asking all Music by Bill Fortson Combo of North Little Rock to take of the specialevents arranged for i MAHY BEAUTIFUL DOOR PRIZES i the past seven years, Knights of was been with the seminary in Austin. The conference is a continuing education event for the Catholic clergy and the fall clergy conference for the Anglican clergy. 3000 GRAND AVENUE PNON| 783.6417 FORT SMITH Emma & John Rients, Members Christ the King Church Fort Sm/ffYs Widest Selection of Wines and Cord/als. across the state have participated Veek-end drive, distributing Tootsie and accepting donations, 100 per cent goes to help the over 60,000 mentally persons in the state who have dif- helping themselves. Last year alone, Little Rock Council collected and in excess of $10,000. Every penny grinds collected were donated directly to I Little Rock mental health facilities and money was used for the purposes matching fund grants, which in laStances was matched at a rate of 10 to a kickoff meeting recently, Grand lill Tausch and drive chairman Ken need that the goal for this year $10,000 collected last year. Deputy R. E. "Bob" Peters, Jr., of promised that 90 per cent of the raised will remain in the community mental retardation programs. The 10 per cent will be given to the Association for Retarded Citizens in state-wide programs serving all of , retarded of Arkansas. fly in December each year, North Little I(nights of Columbus Council 6253 hosts ristrnas party for mentally retarded at their Council Chambers Hall, 6253 Robinson Road. At this time, checks to local mental health units are You need both Allstate Homeowne- rs insurance and mortgage protection life insurance. AIIslale You're in good hands. Allstate Life Insurance Co. "To serve as we would be served" OWENS FUNERAL HOME 5509 J.F.K. NORTH LITTLE ROCK 374-0312 DIRECTOR "'We were concerned about our retirement years. But now we've retired those concerns. Because now there's Woodland Heights00' If you're concerned about how you'll be spending your retirement years, why don't you pay a visit to Woodland Heights? 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