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PAGE I Z ARKANSAS CATHOLIC FEBRLIARY 25, 1990 Advertise your restaurant here. Call Ron, 664-0340. Hard to Kill - Steven Seagal and Kelly LeBrock. Action - R (nudity, language, sexual situations and extreme vio- lence). The Mafia tries to kill a man who has overheard their diabolical Iplans. Then they try again. And again, etc. Heart Condition- Bob Hoskins, Denzel Washington. Action/Comedy - R (sexual situations, profanity, obscen- ity nudity, bigotry, violence). After a heart attack, a bigoted cop gets a heart transplant from a black lawyer he hated. Then the ghost haunts cop until they get the lawyer's killers and become pals. Loose Cannons - C, ene Hackman, Dan Aykroyd. Action/Comedy - R (nudity, violence, adult humor). Hack- man equates good acting with the amount of raw language he forces on his audience. A ridiculous story about a cop partnered with a schizophrenic as they hunt down a pornographic movie starring Hitler. (For more information on the newest the- atrical releases as well as suggested home videos, write The Movie Reporter, Cen- tral Christian Publications, PO Box 7178, Thousand Oaks, CA, 91359.) ARg .__fiSAS .... 48 issues $12 ... Call or Write Today ! - 0340 ext. 329, Fax # 664- P 0 Box 7417 Little Rock, AR 72217 .......... .' [ I l][i @ ' I at Sunday, Feb 2 -M=s Cath%; of St. Andrew, Little Rock. t Monday-Tuesday, Feb. 26-27- J t! Caritas, St. Louis. !] Wednesday, Feb. 2S-Ash wed i day, Noon Mass at Cathedral. Thursday-Friday, Mar. 1-2- In Saturday, Mar. 3 - 50th AnniverS l of Religious Life, Sr. Jeannette Gu i mont, OLCR, Monastery of Our of Refuge, Hot Springs. i:: 61 Mitchell Allen, 79, Subiaco, diedJ#'i 30. Wife: Dolly; daughter: Ther#[ Marie; son: Br. Anselm Allen, OSB' !1 Frank A. Steele, Jr., 65, Pine Bl l died Feb. 9. Sons:Joseph L. "Joel", A.; three grandchildren. Valentine A. Bawiec, 78, Marche, di, l Feb. 10. Brother:John C., Marche; #| ters: Rose Kitta, Magdeline JendrCj[ Marche. - j Evelyn L. Bayer, 75, Gravette, Feb. 1. Brothers: Charles and Kenn Howe, Waukon, IA; sister: Marj0rid Baltes, Bella V tsta. Edna Farrell, 96, BloomingtonLl died Feb. 11. Daughter: Ann Ctmid ton, Bloomington, IL; two grand dren; four great-grandchildren. Flora (Rive') Leonard, 95, Litd.e died Feb. 9. Son: Elmore J., B lt, ham, MI; daughter: Margaret Meal Little Rock; ten grandchildren; 11 grandchildren, o#| Paul C. Broussard, 77, Litde g died Feb. 12. Wife: Della Good [ Broussard. Frank Hatmnan, Jr., 59, PocahO died Feb. 6. Wife: Nina Tlaat l Hausman; sons" Glen, PocahOla l., i daughters: Freeda Staten, Poplar l]l ! MO, Donna Staten, Foley, MO; i grandchildren. Pete C. Me enschroer, 81, lq -i Little Rock, dTed Feb. 11. Wife:.'J [ sephine; son: Pete M., North La [ Rock; daughter: Mary Ann Fratesi, Bluff; six grandchildren; one gr l grandchild. Loretta E. Rodl, 91, Mountain I'Ig[ died Feb. 12. Sons: Robert R., IL, James K., Minneapolis, MN; ter: Jo Ann Hagge, Jaci son, ll [' grandchildren; 16 great-grandchil Loui Christensen, 94, Motltl; -i Home, died Feb. 12. Wife: son: Roy, Canoga Park, CA; daUgb [ Bernice Palmer, Irvine, CA; David Berg,Jupiter, FL; one gran I one great-grandchild; three step gr' il children. | Alfred "Bud" Peitz, 59, ConW Y, [ 20. Brother: Edward, Little RoCk[ ters: Angela Pfeifer, Morrilton, | Hettman, Warrenton, OR, Mild | Peitz, Alexandria, VA, Bernice 57 | Fort. Smith, Mary Lachowsky, Gt*