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PAGE 8 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC I Recent box office hits 1. Jacob's Ladder, A-Ill (R) 2. Sibling Rivalry, A-Ill (PG-13) 3. GhosL A-Ill (PG-13) 4. White Palace, A-IV (R) 5. Marked for Death, O (R) 6. Stephen King's Graveyard Shift, 0 (R) 7. Memphis Belle, A-II (PG-13) 8. Graffiti Bridge, A-Ill (PG-13) 9. Quigley Down Under, A-II (PG-13) 10. Avalon, A-I (PG) NOVENIBER 25, ! 990 Sunday, Nov. 25 -12:05 Mass at Ca- thedral of St. Andrew. Monday, Nov. 26 - In office. Tuesday, Nov. 27 - School Mass, Sa- cred Heart, Morrilton, 9:30 AM; visit Conway County Hospital, Morrilton, 11:30 AM. Wednesday, Nov. 28 - School Mass, St.Joseph, Paris, 8:30 AM; School Mass, Trinity Junior High, Fort Smith, 11:15 AM. Thursday, Nov. 29 - School Mass, St. Joseph, Fayetteville, 8 AM; School Mass, St. Vincent de Paul, Rogers, 10:30 AM; visit St. Mary-Rogers Memorial Hospi- tal, Rogers, Noon; visit University of Ar- kansas students. Friday, Nov. 30- 12:05 PM, Blessing of the cathedra in Cathedral of St. An- drew; in office. Saturday, Dee. 1 - Meeting of black Catholics, 10 AM, chancery; Dedication of clinic at Gould, 4 PM. December: That Christians work in solidarity with the peoples of de- veloping nations to establish a just international economic order. Pope John Paul II's Petition for Prayer No death penalty in crime Washington (CNS) - In last-minute ac- don before adjourning in late October, Congress approved an anti-crime bill stripped of strong death-penalty provisions which the U.S. Catholic Conference had opposed. Also removed from the 1990 Compre- hensive Crime Control Act, however, were two provisions that the USCC had backed -one curbing nine types of semiautomatic assault weapons and the other allowing re- versal of the death penalty if the defen- dant can demonstrate the sentence was imposed because of racial discrimination. The House and Senate each approved the legislation by wide margins after the changes were made in conference com- mittee. In early October, the House had added dozen new capital crimes to the legisla- tion, including assassinating government officials, running drug tings, drug traf- ticking that results in a death and murder by mail bombs or by terrorist attack on planes and trains. Ten categories of crimes for which the death penalty could be im- posed were contained in the original bill. All 22 categories were eliminated, leav- ing the U.S. without a federal death pen- alty. The last federal execution was in 1963. ,,, ()[IITII&IIIIII ' Anna Mary Knoppe, 84, Paragould, died Oct. 11. ( , Adeline Schwander Hubbard, 42, l Russellville, died Nov. 2. Husband: il, Walter; sons: Steven, Stanley Gent, Russellville; two grandchildren. Urban P. Schneider, 71, Bella Vista, died Nov. 1. Wife: Alice Marie; son- I t William, Peter, St Paul, MN, Thona~ I Minneapolis, MN," Daniel, Chicago, IL i a Michael, Sand Springs, OK, Christe~ d pher, Wichita, KS; daughter: Kathr#/c Ann Testa, Apple Valley, MN; 1t [ l~ grandchildren. ' ( Fannie all Cox, 87, North Litde,.f' Rock, died Nov. 7. Daughters: Jes#I " Vinson, Ima Nolen, North Little RoCk; I five grandchildren; eight great-grand" children. Lula M. Nuce, 87, Pocahontas, died Nov. 10. Husband: W.H. Nuce; daugt' ters: Emma Jean Gschwend, Margaret Weyer, Pocahontas, Sr. Mary Ann Nuce, Benton, Frances Sinott, mouth, MN; nine grandchildren; 1t great-grandchildren. Rose J. FLscher, 03, Fort Smith, died Nov. 2. Daughter: Barbara Fitts, Fort Smith; son: Carl, St. Louis, MO. UMACU TE CONCEPTION PARISH, NLR and Inc S01j FK BLVD SLTIEE NO LITTLE ROCK AR 721i0 5011758-4770 Larry Werner Home: 835.1158 RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL REAL ES'IATE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT To place your business card in the Catholic community, call Ron @ 664-0340. ext. 326. iL,_ ,oo ..- = .......... Menu: eatfish fillets, ehieken breast tenders, hushpuppies, French bread, cole slaw, baked beans, French fries, coffee and tea all prepared by King Kat of Hickory Plains. Adults $7.25,"-" ehildren ages 6 - 11...$4.50 ( under 6 FREE ) Max. family rate of 5 or more...$25 Proceeds to the Religious Education Center Sponsored by the St. Jude Building Committee We're about your Thags why we nsist on a personal fit. George Yakoubian, Mentor of Christ the King Call or visit for your free catalog. FINE MEN'S WEAR 11327 Arcade Ddve. Little Rock. AR 72212. 5011225-5959 ( 2 blocks west of Parker Cadillac ) - _.. t .t.... .qi[t that mforr & ,wes ~ times a yea Ai 1 ]Name] Please send a gift subscription, to: I1! " 1[ Addres fAlll i/ Mall to P O Box 7417 Little Rock, AR 7ZZl7 |,~ ~L