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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 22, 1982 PAGE 7 Par  :,_. ared by USCC Office for Film and Broadcasting. j OF IR()N (United corrupt party functionaries Classics) .This and with a once-courageous amil,,onored Polish film, .iof the grand prize at on fo] ibililnes Film Festival in ehLS director Andrzej  account of the con- ,safe ,.n between Solidarity' " ring. gland's communist mrctt at the Gdansk into ds which ended in a " fathty- victory in August, ,seco Wajda's main TRoLlers are a heroic ^ _:.r Worker and his film to g,, nily 1 wife, who are con- hiLh l. with venal and "I have 17 reasons why H&R Block should prepare your taxes." :ess tad serve as we imF would be If in the served" tmily l to de flier c the perie n ali herselt ir ehil at gu ;on ha! s J ullyi  IE' kl er pilP W I- I 11 J aad Ill,,UNERAL Lt Lea tlf% A E" mily.. 5509 I.F.K. nqt apRTH LITTLE ROCK is the ,! ,ce 374-0312 television journalist turned into an alcoholic coward who is sent to Gdansk to smear Solidarity. Though the mix of real characters and documentary footage with a fictional story line isn't as smooth as it might be, "Man of Iron" is a powerful and courageous film in its own right and the sad recent events in Poland have given it an extraordinary new impact. The U.S. Catholic Conference has classified it A-tI, adolescents and adults. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it PG, parental guidance suggested. Vatican, Guinea Establish Ties Vatican City (NC) -- The Holy See and Equatorial Guinea have agreed to establish diplomatic relations, 30 months after the overthrow of the former Spanish colony's anti-Catholic president. The Vatican announced the move, saying that the Holy See and Equatorial Guinea wanted "to promote mutual friendly relations." Pope John Paul II will be represented in the African nation by an apostolic nuncio and Equatorial Guinea will send an ambassador to the Vatican, the announcement Diocese Is Offering Radio Programs Little Rock -- As part of its April, 1973, and 80 stations are A.M. on KNWA-FM in local program directors in commitment to the cam- donating airtime to the munications apostolate, the Diocese for the Paulist Diocese of Little Rock is of- Communications program- fering a variety of radio ming. programming to stations in "Religion In The News" Arkansas, His Excellency explores significant Bishop Andrew J. McDonald developments in ecumenism, of LittleRock announced, theology and the religious Produced for the Diocese by dimensions of social issues. In Paulist Communications, the recent episodes, Paulist programs range from brief Father John Mulhall has microthought "spots" to looked at such issues as weekly half-hour music-and- teaching children how to be message programs. The discriminating in watching Paulist-produced, diocesan- television, why people leave provided programs and spots, the Church and come back are designed for various and new discoveries in formats, including rock, Biblical archeology. This country-western, news and topical 15-minute religious Spanish-language stations, public affairs program can be The service was initiated in heard each Sunday at 8:15 Wife May Inform ,I/tote of Abortion New Orleans (NC) -- A husband may have the right to be informed before his wife obtains an abortion, a federal appeals court has ruled. Ruling on a case from Florida, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New Orleans said that since "having children is the major purpose of the institution of marriage," the Florida legislature may have been acting constitutionally when it required notification of husbands before abortion. In the same case, the ap- peals court struck' .down Florida's requirement that juveniles seeking abortions notification may be based on "reasonable legislative perceptions." "If his aspirations include a desire for children, it is a small concession for him to know that his wife is con- sidering an abortion," the ruling said. "Absent such a right, the marital relationship between a couple could be maintained without a husband ever discovering why or how his aspirations for a family have been frustrated." In several previous cases, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that "mature" minors must have the right to obtain an abortion without the Fayetteville, on Tuesday at 10:06 P.M. on KBTM AM-FM in Jonesboro and on Sundays at 7:15 A.M. on KXLR-AM in Little Rock. "Sound And Sense," a weekly half-hour of con- temporary music and reflections by Paulist Father John Geaney, is aired each Sunday evening on KDDA-FM in Dumas. "Country Roads," also a weekly half-hour program, features Father Joe Breighner speaking to the themes of country music. It can be heard on KAMD-AM in Camden on Thursdays at 9 P.M., on KVEE-AM in Con- way Sundays at 7 A.M., on KDDA-AM in Dumas Sundays at 2:30 P.M., on KXJK-AM in Forrest City Sundays at 5:30 A.M., on KACQ-FM in Hot Springs Sundays at 10:30 A.M., on KLVA-AM in Lake Village Saturdays at 9:15 A.M., on KXLR-AM in Little Rock Sundays at 6 A.M., on KBIB-AM in Monette Sundays at 11:30 A.M., on KWYN-AM in Wynne Saturdays at 4:30 P.M. and on KCTT-AM in Yellville Sundays at 1 P.M. Some of these stations also broadcast Paulist public service spots provided by the diocese and aired at various times throughout the day. Paulist Communications' regional co-ordinator, Rick Cavallo, regularly visits the radio stations throughout the diocese and is assisted by Judi Grubbs who does telephone follow-up. They work with selecting religious public service programming which best suits the stations'needs. Currently, 60 Catholic dioceses across the country offer Paulist Communications programming to stations in their areas. Some 1,800 radio stations from Miami to North Pole, Alaska, regularly broadcast Paulist Com- munications programs. This service is funded by the Diocese of Little Rock's share of the Catholic Com- munications Campaign. REASON #3: H&R Block's - fair prices. At H&R Block. our prices are based solely on the complexity of your return So you can expect to pay less for the 1040A Short Form than for the more complicated 1040 Long Form What do you get when we pre- pare your taxes? A complete inter- view by a person specialty trained in the new tax laws. And a return thafs double-checked for accuracy How much will your fee be 9 Call or visit a nearby H&R Block office said. get the consent of a n adult, consent of their parents, and we'll be happy to give you an es- Jo,n the STAG Lint' E=F EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor onl  -.--...i -.---- rned the husband In 1976 the Supreme Court timate One thing is certain. H&R ma It retu . Block gives good value. That's why led an notification portion of the also ruled, in a case from 'millions Of our customers come rnilyJiJill Iklll [ Florida law to a lower court Missouri, that states cannot ibackyearaferyear for further consideration. . 'require the consent of Ire JiNILI" - ILlJflklMIL lu .. ILJiqw I  In addition to requiring husbands before an abortion neer ............... L parental consent the Florida is performed on married hey  .... , ,,_,I  law required that doctors women. 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