South Texas Catholic (Corpus Christi, Tex.), Vol. 26, No. 36, Ed. 1 Friday, October 18, 1991 Page: 2 of 20
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SAN JOSE—The first annual “All-you-can-eat Came
Guisada Dinner” will be sponsored by the San Jose Mis-
sion CCD Organization on Sunday, Oct. 20. Dinner will be
served at 6:30 p.m. at the San Jose Civic Center for $4 per
plate (adults) and S2 per plate (children). Take-out dinners
will also be available. For ticket information, call Graciela
Garcia at (512) 256-4146.
Neewollah costume dance
CORPUS CHRISTI-Our Lady of Guadalupe Youth
will be sponsoring a Neewollah costume dance on Satur-
day, Oct. 26 from 8 p.m.-midnight at O.L.G. Center, 3529
Music will be by Scott Lawson of Z-95. There will be
games, prizes, food, and a costume contest. Admission is
$3 per person. For more information, contact Jose or Juan
Almeida at 884-8766.
CORPUS CHRISTI-Our Lady of Guadalupe CCD pro-
gram will once again be sponsoring its Halloween Carnival
on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 6-10 p.m. on the church
grounds, 540 Hiawatha Street. There will be games, food,
a costume contest and a haunted house. For more informa-
tion, contact Estela Almeida at 884-8766.
YMCA Halloween Events
CORPUS CHRISTI-Conlinental Airlines and the
YMCA will host the 9th annual Halloween Fun Run on
Saturday, Oct. 26 beginning at 5 p.m. at Cole Park. This
year's run will benefit Sharon Miller, a Robstown High
School teacher who was hit by an unidentified car on
Ocean Drive following the annual Fourth of July fireworks
A spooky Halloween TreatTrail and Open House will be
held on Thursday, Oct. 31 from 6-9 p.m. The project is a
means of providing youth a safe place to celebrate Hallow-
een. Activities will include games, pinatas, treats and
And the YMCA will also be sponsoring the Halloween
Overnight Celebration, which begins Friday, Oct. 25 at 7
p.m. and concludes Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7 am. Activities
will include a haunted house, a costume contest, games,
pinatas, swimming and more. Cost is S10 per child, $5 for
each additional child in the same family.
The Five Points Branch Monster Mash will be held on
Saturday, Oct. 26 from 5-9 p.m. at the YMCA branch
facility in the Five Points Shopping Center. Activities will
include a costume contest, a lip synch contest, a dance
contest and a trick-or-treat parade. Cost is $5 per child.
For more information on any of these events, call the
YMCA at 882-1741.
Annual World Series
CORPUS CHRISTI-Incarnate Word Academy's
Booster Club will be holding its annual World Series
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chicken barbecue dinner. For $4 per plate (pre-sale) or
$4.50 (at the door), you will feast on half a chicken, potato
salad, beans, and bread. All orders are to go and will be
delivered to your car, Sunday, Oct. 20 from 11 a.m.-5p.m.
Pick up will be at the IWA gym parking lot. For pre-sale
tickets, call the IWA High School, 883-0857.
ALICE-Father Roger Smith, Pastor of Sl Joseph Catho-
lic Church invites people from Corpus Christi and the
surrounding areas to a Healing Mass with Charismatic
praise on Sunday, OcL 20 at 2:30 p.m. at, 801 S. Reynolds.
For more information, call the rectory at 664-7551 or
Yolanda Lopez at 664-2847.
“Evening by the bay”
CORPUS CHRISTI-The Women’s Circle of Su Pius X
Parish presents an "Evening by the Bay” on Saturday, Oct.
19 at the Parish Hall, 747 St. Pius Drive, at 7 p.m.
Festivities include a gourmet dinner, live entertainment, a
fashion show and door prizes. For ticket information call
Evelyn Mansheim, 855-7682 or Rene6 Quintero, 991 -
LAREDO-On Sunday, Oct. 27, St. John Neumann
Parish will host a Jamaica celebration on the grounds of St.
John Neumann Center (Hillside & Springfield) with a
variety of food, games, beverages, and a raffle, which will
include a 1992 Mustang. Raffle tickets are $3.
CORPUS CHRISTI-S.S. Cyril & Methodius will hold
its annual carnival on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 4-9 p.m. Join
us for food, fun and prizes.
Annual fall festival
REFUGIO-Our Lady of Refuge Church will hold its
annual fall festival on Sunday, Oct. 27 from 11 a.m.-6 p.m.
at 1008 South Alamo Street. A barbecue dinner will be
held, for $4 a plate, from 11-2 p.m. Other events include
a Halloween costume contest (register at noon), an auction
at 1 p.m. and a country store and cake walk.
Holy Hour for Life
BEEVILLE-The World Youth Day Planning Commit-
tee and the Human Life Committee of Saint James are
planning a Holy Hour for Life on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 7:30
p.m. Rex Moses will be the featured speaker. For more
information, call (512) 358-4825.
CORPUS CHRISTI-Volunteers are needed for the
Corpus Christi State School to assist residents with habili-
tation services, occupational and physical therapy, speech,
adult education, recreational, physical education, one-to-
one friendships and chaplaincy services. For more infor-
mation, call Volunteer Services, 888-5301, ext. 248.
Paillard Chamber Orchestra
of France concert
CORPUS CHRISTI-The Cathedral Concert Series will
present the Paillard Chamber Orchestra of France, directed
by Jean-Francois Paillard, featuring Michel Dubost, flut-
ist, on Sunday, Oct. 27 at 7:30 p.m. in the Corpus Christi
Cathedral, comer of N. Upper Broadway/Lipan. For more
information, call 888-6520.
St. Patrick's carnival
CORPUS CHRISTI-A Halloween carnival will be held
on Friday, OcL 25 from 6-10 p.m. at 3350 S. Alameda.
There will be games, a silent auction, hay ride and a
haunted house as well as lots of food.
Aspirin for children
is not recommended
CORPUS CHRISTI-With the arrival of colder tempera-
tures, and all of the colds and flu bugs that will be going
around, it is important for parents of young children to be
especially aware of the association between the develop-
ment of Reye's Syndrome and the use of aspirin for treating
the symptoms of influenza-like illnesses, chicken pox and
Reye's Syndrome is a two-phase illness which affects all
organs of the body, but most lethally the liver and the brain.
It is almost always associated with a previous viral infec-
tion, such as influenza or chicken pox. The cause is
unknown, however it is not contagious. The largest number
of reported cases have occurred in the 10-14 year old age
group, however it is not, by law, a reportable disease in
many states and is often misdiagnosed.
The U.S. Surgeon General, the Food and Drug Admin-
istration and the Centers for Disease Control recommend
that aspirin and combination products containing aspirin
not be given to children under 19 years of age during
Rev. John Wojtasczyk has been released
of his appointment as Parochial Vicar of St.
Philip the Apostle Church, Corpus Christi;
and has been appointed Administrator of the
Collegiate Parish of St. Thomas Aquinas,
Kingsville, effective Oct. 18, while retaining
his other Diocesan appointments.
By Order of the Most Reverend,
Bishop of Corpus Christi
episodes of fever-causing illnesses. Acetylsalicylate is
another word for aspirin so be sure to check labels or ask
your doctor or pharmacist.
The Youth/Young Adult Office is sponsoring a weekend
camping trip for young adults out of high school, ages 18-
35 on Nov. 8-10 at Camp Corpus Christi, Medina. Cost is
$15 per person. For further information, please call Hopie
or Toni at (512) 289-6501 ext. 301 or 300.
37th annual festival
CORPUS CHRISTI-Our Lady of Perpetual Help, 5830
Williams Drive, will hold their 37th annual South Texas
Festival on Ocl 18, 19 & 20. There will be an auction,
rides, food booths, games and a free street dance Oct. 18.
Music will be provided by Gary Beck and Brooks Vaughn.
Beef Barbecue dinner will be served Sunday for $4.50 per
plate from 11 a.m.-3 p.m.
CORPUS CHRISTI-Mcmbers of the Humana Seniors
Association will be walking against crime on Friday, Ocl.
25 at Sunrise Mall. Sponsored by the local police depart-
ment in recognition of October being crime prevention
month, the half-mile walk will begin at 10 a.m. with all
seniors invited to attend. Event t-shirts will be provided to
the first 50 Humana Seniors Association members to
register. For more information and registration, call 993-
Brown bag meeting
CORPUS CHRISTI-Every Thursday, from noon to 1
p.m., there will be an open meeting of Alanon, (a support
group for the family and friends of alcoholics) at the
Catholic Social Services Counseling Center, 1650
Brownlee. For more information, call 883-7611.
Young adults enjoy
The Youth/Young AdultOfficc sponsored an over-
night retreat on “Evangelizing Youth" on Sept. 27-28
at Bayside's House of Resurrection Center. Youth
and adult leaders from different parishes in the
diocese participated. Content focused on Evangeli-
zation through music, prayers, skits/mimes, small
groups and testimonies. “LaTropa De Cristo” of San
Antonio presented the sessions.
If your parish youth and adult leaders are interested
in attending the Youth Evangelization Ovemighter
on Feb. 7-8, please call Toni or Hopie at 289-6501,
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