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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 29, 1982 PAGE 5 ome Is Friendship, are -- quite opposite in per- sonality -- which sometimes caused friction for them and us. My father, an educator and writer, delights in Masses with Gregorian Chant, in traveling and reading, preferably long, complicated novels and biographies. My mother, who has made a satisfying career of her role as a full-time mother, prefers folk Masses, classical music and television. For her, a lovely evening means playing board games at home with one or more visiting children But, despite the occasional strains, I grew up knowing I could count on my family's love and support. Home was a place I could go, secure in the knowledge that my parents and brothers and sisters would back me in times of trouble and joy. THE CLOCK, of course, never stops. Family relationships and even life- styles change over the years. Today, fewer parents will be full-time homemakers, even when their children are quite young. More than 50 per cent of all U.S. women are em- ployedoutside the home, working alongside the overwhelming majority of men. Thanks to the explosion in technology during recent years, forms of home en- tertainment have altered as well. Today, television plays a major role in many homes, Love pasty Katharine Bird l young girl the eldest apelnily of eight'children, it in 14Onally occurred to me Uck, I was: My home .haven of security and : Li!r me. Inh remember wishing as ere ta-ager that the clock ms, stop. I could see that 03..Others and sisters, like son lere growing up: I didn't :]neour family to change. I a mraid that change would )ariy the unity we shared. beckasn't that my family life e Itee of problems. I knew riallnm:' r uy had many im- t's ttions. My brothers and a St. engaged in an endless ; of ridiculous squabbles alousies. gl / 'Iie PARENTS were -- and ff'l UOTHEIIS OF THE ' Sll OF ST. FRANCIS Lhe i les.! 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Once you sit down and listen to them, if you don't enjoy ise recordings, just let me know and I will refund your $11.00 | You may keep the recordings. That's how much Faith I hove -- if% about you? Send your check or money order to: JFB Records, " !Amherst Ct. Bethlehem, Pa. 18015. Please specify album, sette,k_. '-'r 8 - (rack. IY, John F Bauer "JFB Records J L  Professional People 'ho Care About People BEVERLY ENTERPRISES CENTRAL DIVISION P.O. 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Today as in past ages, the home remains an important center of warmth and security for all family members. (NC Photo -" I home to his kingdom in Ithaca. Gone for 20 years in all, Odysseus is presumed dead by many. He returns to find his wife, Penelope, struggling to resist the ardent wooing of numerous nobles who want to marry the supposed widow and take up the reins of the kingdom. Confident that one day Odysseus would return, Penelope uses subterfuge to win time. She tells the wooers she cannot choose between them until she finishes weaving a new garment. Then, each night in secret, she unravels the day's work, effectively putting off the day of choice. Greater Little Rock Guide by Bob Taylor) with a large number of people tuning in regularly for movies on home box office or taping programs for future viewing through their own recording machines. Electronic games played on television sets have captured the fancy of many others, especially teen-agers. Yet, despite alterations in life-styles, the home has lost none of its importance as a vibrant center of warmth and security. As in past ages, people gather around their hearths to celebrate family friendship and love. LONG CENTURIES ago, the ancient Greek poet, Homer, wrote movingly of home and family in "The Odyssey." This epic poem tells of the adventures of Odysseus, a warrior and survivor of the Trojan Wars, as he makes the tortuous way EVENTUALLY, Odysseus is reunited with his family and takes control of his kingdom with the aid of Telemachus, the adult son he last saw as an infant. "The Odyssey" displays some of the enduring values people associate-with the family. The lure of his own home is powerful for Odysseus - even in the face of the gigantic obstacles and  temptations which he en- counters. In addition, Odysseus and Penelope have made a commitment to each other and so are willing to take on Alleged Mobster Denied Funeral Philadelphia (NC) -- Reputed mobster Frank (Chickie) Narducci, shot to death, will not be given a Catholic funeral because his marriage was considered invalid by the church, the Philadelphia Archdiocese said. Narducci was married only once but this marriage "was considered an invalid marriage by the church because it took place before a justice of the peace," said a spokesman for the ar- chdiocese. The funeral for Narducci, 49, was scheduled at Nunzio Carto Funeral Home in south Philadelphia, not at Stella Marls Church, where he was a parishioner for 12 years. Narducei was shot 10 times about 30 yards from his south Philadelphia home as he' returned from federal court, where he was on trial with seven others on racketeering Ic"ar00e00. 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