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!" AG,~, 11 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC OCTOBER 7, 1988 , mime pe again Subiaeo - Subiaco Academy's clown and mime troupe, "The Divine Fools," has reorganized ior the 1988-89 school year with 12 students joining the group, according to Bro..James Lindsey, OSB. The clown and mime troupe was formed by Bro. James in 1983 as an edu- cational venture in the art of miming for interested students at the Academy. Ideas for costumes and skits are devel- oped by the students and they direct some of their performances. Marshall Isbell, one of the founding members of Subiaco's clowns and #In an effort to stem a rising tide of athiesm, Vatican I issued a profes- sion of faith which enumerated 15 internal attributes of God. Nearly a century later, Vatican II, struggling with the same problem, identified and condemned eight species of athiesm, including agnosticism, relativism and humanism. Hilda Oberste opened the at 11 AM. Fr. McNer- 15 life memberships, memoriam. After previous rain- and the financial report were Fr. McNerney spoke on the and work of the priests who help Nicaraguan refugee camps which as the Kendel Vogewied Team Central Bureau of St. Louis ervision of Fr. John Miller. is a project of the National Women's Unions. Cloth- soap and religious articles are times annually. 8, 1988, Ed Rolwes and Mrs. Johnson gave Msgr. Oscar a check for $30,000 to use for to reach more listeners Honduras. The CWU raised $1'5,000 and the CCUA, a men's organi- zation, raised the rest. Fr. David Jacobs of Russellville spoke on Acts Chapter 9, Verse 36 of Doriack. Sr. Benedict Marie gave the keynote address on the motto, "Mother of the Redeemer, Blessed 'is 'She Who Believed.". Past president Mrs. Miriam Maginnis gave a report on the national convention in St. Augustine, FL, which she attended. The Union will help the Nigerian Bishops' Eye Clinic at Abok, Nigeria, this year. Katherine Rogers gave a mission report in which the state CWU gave $600 to the Catholic Church Extension Society, $325 to the Pregnancy Crisis Center in Fort Smith, $325 and baby American edical 1902 North Grant n Pulaski Heights Bank) Rock 666-9933 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Fair Park EXXON Across from War Memorial Stadium 101 N.Van Buren, LR 666 - 8504 Tune-ups AC repair Brake service Road service Tires,Batteries & Aces Pickup & Delivery Smith and Russellville. They also present traditional Christmas and Easter pro- grams at Subiaco. The clowns and mimes are available for engagements in the local area. Arrangements can be made through Bro. James at Subiaco Academy. clothing to the Paris Birthright, $500 to National Pro Life to fight abortion in the United States and $325, plus cloth- ing, quilts, soup labels, various types of stamps and supplies, to the St. Joseph Indian Mission in Chamberlain, SD. Other gifts were 1,224 pounds of rolled and folded bandages and cancer pads, 144 hospital gowns, aspirin, soap, supplies and 75 books of green stamps to the Catholic Medical Mission in New York, $200 to Peter's Pence and $200 to Central Bureau Microfilm. The meeting closed with Benedic- tion. 36t0 ('50/.) 6"6"g,-/IZ93 Charter a Bus! Any size Bus available, from school bus to It~ury air conditioned coaches. Houston - Bigelow Bus Lines Arrow Coach 12ines 2715 W, 10th St LR 663-6002 Toll free 1.800-632-3679 I Souls Parish JANEI JONES COMPANY Rt AL ESTATE HOUSES FOR SALE GORGEOUS RIVERFRONT HOME just 20 mi. from NLR, 1st time on market, the dream home for the fisherman & his family; out England Hwy 165/161 past Cotham's Groc. in Scott, 2 levels, approx. 2,950 sq.ff. lots of room - on Horseshoe Lake. $188,000. call Ramona Tatom, 758-4770 GEORGIA HOLLOWELL & ASSOCIATES, INC. FRIENDLY LITTLE HOME with Irg. kitch / den with bay window, 3 bd., 1 1/2 baths on cul-de-sac, hice size master bedroom, Tappen appl.$56,000.Call Ramona Tatom, 758-4770 GEORGIA HOLLOWELL & ASSOC., INC. REAL ESTATE IMMACULATE ONE LEVEL- $72,500 Close to Markham / Shackleford, formal areas, den, 3 BR., custom drapes, hard- wood floors, updated carpet, corner level, tree-shaded lot, extra parking, Call Georgia Hollowell or Ramona Tatom, 758-4770. GEORGIA HOLLWELL & ASSOCIATES, INC. REAL ESTATE ANNOUNCEMENT KORDSMEIER FAMILY REUNION SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1988 8a.m. til 10 p.m.Pinnacle State Park, Hwy. 10 in Littl Rock. MISCELLANEOUS t LOW COST Hospital & Surgical insurance...issued even if applicant is in poor health. Call Sid Wurtz Agency, 664-9000. i ,i Classified ad rates: $1. per line (3 line minimum), Deadline is Thurs., 12 noon...8 days prior to publication. To #ace your ad call Ron Hall, 664-0340, ext. 326. i day opened with Mass at Holy church at which Rev. Malachy officiated and gave a triumph of the cross. Rev. Beshoner, OSB, concelebrat- - The Holy Redeemer Mother Society hosted the state convention of the alic Womefi's Union of Arkansas ii: arious donations, aims noted 70th state CWU Convention_ ' ,,Cheryl Bates, left, daughter of Harrell and Vivlan Bates of Conway, and Sara mimes, received a scholarship from gen, daughter of William and Virginia Oodgen of Conway, seventh-grade Maryville College in Tennessee to orga- dents at St. Joseph School, have scored in the 97th percentile on a nize a clown tronpe at the college. A she hoe severol homes ;:' ,.alldardized test administered in the sixth grade. As a result, these girls are 1988 graduate of the Academy, he per- wolfing for you! : tlgible :b,, ,- to ,_art,ciratn n e in the 1988-89 Talent Identification Program developed formed with the group four years. 223-9654or : 7,,x..UUke University of Durham, NC. This program identifies academically ' "The Divine Fools" have ntertained : w'nel or talented students in the seventh grade, at retirement homes, hospitals and for 224-3201 : " " church groups in Paris, Ratcliff, Fort member of Holy