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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 21, 1969 PAGE 15 Classifications of Movies for TV in Arkansas lowing motion pictures will be broadcast on the days television stations in the Diocese of Little Rock. provided by the National Catholic Office for Motion are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General Patron- Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Un- for Adults with Reservations; B, Morally Objection- for All; C, Condemned). SUnclay, March 23 man's Country - A I. ' " Channel 4- Till of Time - A H. Channel 7 - Rogues -AI. Channel 7 - Mickey Channel 7 - Kiss of - Int. A II, Hakin (' " Channel 11 - Eye II. Channel 4 - Bad- -AI. IaY, March 24 12:15 P.M. - Channel 7- Shadow of the Cat - AII. Saturday, March 29 12 Noon - Channel 4 - Torpedo Alley - A I. I:00 P.M. - Channel 7 - Utah Blaine - A I. h00 P.M. - Channel II -Savage Horde - A I. 8:00 P.M. - Channel 4 -Ride to Hangman's Tree - No listing. 10:30 P.M. - Channel II- The Castillian - A ft. Painting Receives A ward Sister Maria Stella, R.S.M., of St. Anne's High School, Fort Smith, received first place in the Realistic Category of the 19th Annual Festival of Arts of Fort Smith. There were approximately 250 entries from six different states. From these entries, 44 were chosen to be on display during the month of March. Alvin Allen of Little Rock University received the $400 purchase prize as best in the show. Sister Maria Stella's painting "After Rain" won $100. Sister teaches at Immaculate Conception and St. Anne's High School. I i Homes to Be Negroes' F i rst Seminary Cincinnati (NC) -- Homes of young Negro candidates for the priesthood will be their first sem- inary under a pilot projectadopted by the Society of the Precious Blood to recruit Negro seminar- inns. Father Dennis Klnderman C.PP.S., associate pastor of St. Mark church, Cincinnati, who heads the project, said: "Here- tofore, an almost Insurmountable obstacle to the application and perseverance of black candidates in seminaries seems to have been not lack of interest in the priestly and religious vocations. It has been rather a lack of opportun- ity in bridging the gap between an all-black family and school life and the regimen of the pre- dominantly white student bed? and faculties of our seminaries when they do enroll. "What they need, I think, is some interim trainingand mellow- ing in their own environment to first discover themselves." " Channel 7 - Battle Sea-A I. " Channel 7 - All the " B. Channel 4 - Then - No listing. "Channel 11 - Malaga Channel 7 - And Three - B. " Channel 4 - About lie. B. " Channel II - The "AI. March 26 Channel 7 - Cali- -AI. Channel 7 - Marcus - No listing. ' "Channel 11 - Captive March 27 " Channel 7 - Glass Channel 11 - Night AIV. 11 - Homocidal Frkiay, March 28 " Channel 7 - Crash "hi. Channel 11 - Anastasia PARTY STORE Red Carpet Treatment Gourmet Foods Channel II - A Ma- -AI. " Channel 7 - Siroc- " Channel Ii - Bad- . PACKAGED GOODS Bar Accessories Glassware--Gifts COLD BEER TO GO Ph. 2-5052 BOB BOGART Owner 102 NORTH BLOCK FAYETTEVILLE BUYER'S GUIDE Visitors and home folks alike will profit by shopping with these local Advertisers who have gone "all-out" to make Fayetteville Headquarters for thrifty Catholic families in Northwest Arkansas. Trade with them often... They merit your support. FAYETTEVILLE--St. Joseph's Church. Sunday Masses: 6:00, 8:00, 9:30 and 11:00 a.m. Holyday Messes: 6:30, 7:30 and 8:30 o.m. and 5:15 p.m. St. Thomas Aquinas Church. Sunday Masse-': 8:00, 9:30, 11:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. when school is in session. Holyday Messes: 6:30, 11:40 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. BRENNAN- BOYD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY Industrial Commercial Institutional Fayetteville, Ark. Dle Hicko Barbecue REAL PIT BAR-B-Q 430 W. Dickson Fayetteville, Ark. ill QUAKER DRUG STORE I 22 E. Center St. - Fayetteville 1'Let Us Take Care of Your Drug Needs" .FLOYD CONINE - Pho 442-4246- LUTHER FREEMAN R:Vicwcd By "k tinal Film Office w are ratings given tl Catholic Office newly- ms that are now or will soon be n Arkansas theaters. WAGGONER'S FINE BREAD AND PASTRIES 216 W. Dickson Fayetteville Arkansas HALLMARK CARDS MgUlstrl Phone H! 2-7345 East Square Convalescent Supplies For Sale or Rent Beautiful - Practical * Ceramic wall and floor tile * Resilient Floor Tiles * Linoleum and Formica * Carpeting * Sold Outright or Installed January's Ozark Floor Co. 928 N. College HI 2-4451 EVERYTHING IN LUMBER & BUILDING MATERIALS KELLEY BROS. LUMBER CO. Carports 6 Garages Porches Bathrooms FREE ESTIMATES 2401 N. Gregg PHONE HI 2-2351 HOB NOB PACKAGE STORE Guy W. Pinkerton, Owner Your Favorite Brands l COLD BEER TO GO Dial HI 2-5711 404 W. DICKSON I I I Never Destroy A Copy Of The Guardian Pass It On I I Sullivan Insurance Agency 434 N. COLLEGE AVE. FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Insurance Specialists PH. 442-4293 CHARLES COLVIN SHOE FACTORY OUTLET STORE Largest Selection of Ladies Shoes I l E'SidefSquare Priced $ 3.88 SIZES 4 1/2 to 11 Fayetteville, Ark. to $ 7.76 pair WIDTHS AAAA to EE Ph. 442-7091 MEMBER ii[[ THE ORDER OF THE L  GOLDEN RULE FUNER.AL HOME, INC. Fayetteville, Ark. Ph. 442-2345 THE Bread to Buy FAYETTEVILLE, ARK. Home Owned Institution Fayetteville Milk Company, Inc. We Give S & H Green Stamps Telephone HI 24162 330 N. West Street