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A RI(ANSAS CATIq.OLIC DECEMBER 16, 1988 on the renovation of the chapel in Morris Hall at St. John's Catholic Little Rock, is progressing and is expected to be finished by Jan. 1. h sound and heating systems are being Installed by the Nabholz Company of Conway. The chapel is used for many purposes Cursillos, retreats and meetings. Joseph pupil to attend Inaugural ,- Sean Hollender, 16, a junior Taekwando at Blankenship's ATA Fit- High School, has been ness Center here. to attend the Youth Inaugural i-Iollender is a former Hugh O'Brian Jan. 17-21, 1989, in Wash- You ,th Ambassador and currently serves DC. on the alumni reunion committee for Inaugural Conference is a the Hugh O'Brian Youth Foundation. ial celebration of the Presiden- llnaugural. Students from across the 1try will convene in Washington to r the inaugural process. The climax experience is Inauguration Day they will attend the swearing-in and the Inaugural Ball. A of the best high school stu- the nation have been invited to Conference. meet with members of Con- academicians, and lead- journalists to gain a deeper g of the history, tradition significance of the American elec- )rocess and the inauguration. The is sponsored by the Congres- Leadership Council. of John and Terri Hollender also will attend an evening at , Center for the Performing and a pre-theater reception and e candlelight supper in Atrium. Other ac- include the Inaugural Breakfast L raembers of Congress, attendance 1902 North Grant (across from Pulaski Heights Bank) Little Rock 666-9933 Tues.-Fri., 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. " Sat., 6:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 1 ('501/) 6"G~- 733 Parade, an illuminated National Press Club, a tour Gf Sensible Maternity Clothing IJ.S. Capitol, a visit to the Smith- New and Used Institution, and serveral confer- lender, a 4.0 student, is vice-presi- (_.~ ~e~.~ ~ '= latibnal Honor Society, the eath ith Organization, Young Life, the mkstaff, and is a third-year man- I 3i0 tt K;v:l gRhl ar the boys' basketball teams. He A the rank of second degree black I 72205 | the American Taekwando Asso- I 666-249i _. and is an assistant instructor in When You're "Since 1958" 1501 N. Pierce -Hillside Bldg. 664-0202 HOWARD HARDIN * LARRY WILSON OAK FOREST CLEANERS & LAUNDRY * 1217 Fair Park Blvd. Little Rock, AR 72204 k'z'/E ! 663-6049 8717 W. Markham e .oc... K//ER 224 7611 qi St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center is celebrating its 100th birthday this year-- a century of caring. There is a unique spirit at St. Vincent-- a spirit of warmth, understanding, support and respect--of CARING Our patients feel it;our visitors and physicians feel it, and our nurses feel it, because we care about " them too! Our nursing staff enjoys competitive sala- ries, a benefit package ir cluding wellness\ program, child care center, relocation assistance, and scholarships, and several educational and financial assistance progra[-ns for professional growth. For more information about joining our exceptional nurses--the essence of caring-- call Margaret Nixon, Nurse Recruitment Coordinator, 660-3430. INFIRMARY MEDICAL CENTER Two St. Vmcent Circle I Lntle Rock. AR 72205.5499