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THE GUARDIAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1974 PAGE 7 of Movies Scheduled for 111/ pictures will be broadcast on network television indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic ;, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General ; AoH, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- ; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable ; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, . FEBRUARY 17 THE TEN COM- ENTS (1957) -- If you it out over a suc- presentation of four-hour spec- based on the Old to Cecil B. h You can&apos;share in one of 's great landmarks - say watermarks, that incredible scene parting the Red Sea. Programs Parishers - Rock -- If a parish needs there are Education. One is ilThrust"; the other, program is a which helps an al to have an in- of how of Penance fits life of the Christian subjects are around the following r, guilt, conscience, the form of the ent. program takes the Hebrew word cans "the mercy of is an Inter-gen- Program for Lent- It is based on the readings surroun- C." This series is Which a task force of s grows in love for Jesus another by ex- activities related to Liturgies and share with the whole and program are available through of Religious , P. O. Box 7565, Little 72207 .... Much of its virtue lies in DeMille's bold casting - and topliners Charlton Heston as Moses, Yul Brynner as Pharoah, and Anne Baxter, Edward G. Robinson, and Nina Foch are acting standouts. CA- I) MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 (ABC) - THE TEN COM- MANDMENTS - Conclusion of program described for Sunday. (NBC) - IF IT'S TUESDAY, THIS MUST BE BELGIUM (1969) - This drip-dry comedy is mostly drip, as stereotype American tourists, camera- and-luggage-laden, stumble around the watering holes of Europe (A-III) WEDNESDAY, FEB. 20 (ABC) - THE STRANGER LOOKS LIKE ME - Made-for- TV thriller with Beau Bridges, Meredith Baxter; program details unavailable at press time. (NBC) -- A CASE OF RAPE -- Television feature promises a tough, "unvarnished, and perhaps enlightening dramatic examination of the aftermath of a criminal rape. This is mature stuff, no matter what the actual treatment, and we'd suggest a suitably mature approach from viewers. TRURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21 (CBS) -- WILD ROVERS (1971) -- William Holder and Ryan O'Neal are quite effective in this flawed but engagingly bitter-sweet exploration of ordinary cowpokes gone bad due to hard times. The movie unfolds in a slow-ballad fashion, with Holden and O'Neal gradually turning into bank robbers when their honest employment falls apart during a dry spell. (A-III) SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 23 (NBC) - 20,000 LEAGUES UNDER THE SEA (1954) -- One of the all-time great (and "wholesome"!) sea yarns, based on the classic by Jules Verne. Most of the adventure revolves around efforts to hunt down a mysterious and terrifying marauder of the high seas, a battering, red-eyed "monster" that has taken to giving whalers and the like the deep six. For kids, parents -- everyone! (A-I) Forest [-[eights lit, Manager . Kavanaugh 664- 3844 MODEL MARKET 5608 "R" St. - 666-2628 Little Rock, Arkansas LARGE SELECTION OF SILK AND PARCHMENT SHADES Large Variety of Quality NAME BRAND LAMPS "Bring Your Lamp In for a Fitting" II II Infants and Children's READY-TO-WEAR McCain Mall and 5701 Kavanaugh (ABC) - HITCHHIKER - Thriller is a made-for-TV item centering in the dangerous situation -- namely, that of a nice woman (cloris Leachman) who picks up a nice-appearing hitchhiker (Michael Brandon), who turns out to be the friendly neighborhood murderer ! OiksI 75 to Attend CYO Workshop Fayetteville--- One of the largest groups ever to attend a one<lay leadership workshop for Catholic Youth Organization advisors and CYO parish of- ficers -- 75 in all -- is expected to attend the workshop set for tomorrow at St. Thomas Aquinas Center here. Father Joseph L. Pallo, diocesan youth director, said reservations have been made by adults and youths from Charleston, Clarksville, Tontitown; Russellville, Fort Smith, the host Fayetteville group, Springdale, Eureka Springs and Berryville, Hunt- sville and Subiaco. Father Pallo said he was pleased with the response since this will be the first CYO workshop held outside Little Rock. ................ j .... i NEWl... The GUARDIAN Wut.Ad Settler Turn Unneeded Items Into Useful Items for Someone With A Want-Ad ! i ................ Obituaries CONTINUEn F'ROM PAGE 4 Hiegel, Alphonse Hiegel, Louis Pinter, Thomas Gillespie and Al Wrape. JERRY PAUL CARFAGNO Atkins -- A Mass of Christian Burial, with His Excellency Bishop Andrew J. McDonald as one of the concelebrants, was offered in Assumption Church here recently for Jerry Paul Carfagno, an alumnus of Catholic High School, Little Rock. A cousin, Father Richard Oswald of the Catholic High School faculty, was principal celebrant, and another cousin from the CHS faculty, Father John Oswald, was a con- celebrant. Also concelebrating the Jan. 31 Mass were Msgr. Francis J. McKee, V.F., of Atkins and Father Edward Marley, C.S.Sp., of Morrilton. Father Richard Oswald preached the sermon. Mr. Carfagno, son of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Carfagno of 322 Lemley Street, Atkins, died in Little Rock Jan. 29. Besides his parents, he is survived by two brothers, James A. Carfagno of Little Rock and Jeffrey Car- fagno of Atkins, and three sisters, Mrs. Jane Clark of Illinois, Miss Judith Carfagno of Paris, France, and Miss Jackie Carfagno of Little Rock. Other survivors include an uncle, Father Lawrence P. Maus of Blytheville, and a cousin, Father Rudolph E. Maus of Little Rock. Father Marley conducted a Rosary service in Atkins prior to the funeral. Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery, Atkins. Pallbearers were Mark Oswald, Jim Metrailer, AI Wrape, Mike Streett, Steve Hoffman and Tom Foti. MAJOR JAMES FENNELL Fort Smith -- A military Funeral Mass for Major James Fennell, U.S. Army Retired, was offered in St. Boniface Church here Feb. 1 by Father Maurus Gerke, O.S.B., pastor. Also in the sanctuary was Chaplain (Capt.) Thomas Keller, pastor of St. Agnes Church, Mena. Major FenneU, 74, of 912 Around Clifton Court, died Jan. 30 following a lengthy illness. He was born May 2, 1899, in Buf- falo, N.Y. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Bernardine Miller Fen- nell; two sons, Thomas C. Fennell of Seminole, Fla., and Patrick James Fennell of Canoga Park, Cal., and five grandchildren. A Rosary for Major Fennell, led by Father Maurus, was recited the night before the funeral in the Putman Funeral Home chapel. Chaplain Keller conducted graveside services at National Cemetery here. FOR SALE: -- Investment property. Two buildings The GUARDIAN leased to Federal government. Clessiflnd Want Ad Section Camden, Hope areas. , , Cullivan Realty, 5301 Lee REACH OVER Avenue, Little Rock, Ark. 72205. 54,000 CATHOLICS EVERY Wllgl THE GUARDIAN wANT AID RATES I Wins Unes 1T 4T 7T 10T 30TI I';'1--'1 l M. I L. I  I : I A WANT AD WILL MOVE MERCHANDISE, GET YOU A JOB, FIND YOU A HOME, DO MOST ANYTHINGI CALL  TODAYI I"IHIE IJAAOIAN PRIS, INC. U1"l"l.E I0CK, qK. 7Z4t0 Gloria Allen Modern Medical Complex with Pharmacy. Central Arkansas. Excellent location for dentist and two doctors. Below Ap- praised price. Terms can be arranged. Call Gloria Allen. ALTERATIONS AND SEWING - Anna May Finch, 902 N. Polk. Telephone 666-8717. Commercial - NLR 10 great acres Hwy 107 near Kiehl. Nice for Dr's Bldg., Church, School,Apts, Shopping Center. 3 Bdrm. 1Bath. Levy Add'n, P.O.OxT,7 near St. Anne's. $19,900 - $3,100 down and assume loan. Monthly payments $129. 6/2 acres out near Morgan Interchange, $19,000. FAUSETT & COMPANY REALTORS Univ. at Markham 664-386: Beulah Rupert, 753-9550 Rock Realty Company 753-3313 FEATHER PET SHOP The finest in birds, tropical fish and pet supplies. "21 Years in Business" 5614 "R" St. - 664-5515 Havea glorious meal a(Wiederkel00's Wein Keller lles00urant. CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 ments were served by hostesses Ruby Vanston and Frances Pluard: LITTLE ROCK Two Catholic laymen, Joseph F. Bartsch of Good Counsel parish and Dalton Dailey of St. Theresa's parish, were among l0 adult Boy Scout leaders recently given the Silver Beaver Award, Scouting's highest honor for men leaders. Bartsch and Dailey are alumni of Catholic High School here. POCAHONTAS A 10-week adult education course is being conducted on Sunday and Monday evenings at 7:30 in the parish school cafeteria by Benedictine Sisters Joan, Maxine and Rosalie. The Scripture study course is centering on the definition of prayer, the Old Testament prayer tradition used by Christ, the prayer of Christ, Christ -- mediator for men, and the content of the prayer of Christ. The tours are nice too. Follow the highway signs up St. Mary's Mountain on Highway 186, easily accessible from U.S. 64 and In- - terstate 40. Tours, 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Wein Keller Restaurant open 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. Reservations please. 0000edechehr WINE CELLARS. INC. ALTUS, ARKANSAS