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PAGE | 2 ARKANSAS CATHOLIC APRIL 22, 1990 )0 )0 '0 A TV MASS 1 • Edward ColohanI prll 22, 1990 / Sunday, 7 AM | V -- Arkansas 111 J Little Rock - The newly-elected offi- cers of the Catholic Daughters of the Americas State Court were recently installed. They will serve 1990-92. The new officers are: Kathryn Turchi, Pine Bluff, state regent; Betty Chancy, Fort Smith, first vice state regent; Sylvia Lee, Little Rock, second vice state regent; Rosemary Barrow, North Little Rock, state secretary; and Patricia Cooke, North Little Rock, state treasurer. LITE LUNCH ? Try our Fruit & Cheese Plate. THE BIG APPLE Dell & Gourmet Coffee House Green Mountain Plaza, Little Rock 228-9900 Mon.- Sat. I0 tll 6 We accept all major credit cards. Charles & Theresa Sawatalti, Christ the Kin~ Parish 225-1002 MIKE VAN VRANKEN, CLU, ChFC Member, Christ the King Parish 301 N. Shackleford Rd. Little Rock, AR 72211 AUTO- LIFE - HEALTH - HOME - BUSINESS OO0 OOOOOOOO0000000 Come for the Excitement Stay for the Fun! 04 O' at Christ the King's Annual Spring Festival of Fun for the Whole Family Sunday May 6th - 11-5 • Free Admission • Live Entertainment • Grand Prize Trips to: St. Kitts, West Indies Fall Foliage Tour to Tennessee and Kentucky Las Vegas • b o • Games for children of all ages • • Fabulous International Foods • Children's Art Show Live & Silent Auctions, Friday, May 4th at 6 p.m.! O4 04 04 O~ O~ O~ O~ 04 04 04 O~ O~ O* 04 04 O~ 04 O* O~ O* O* } } } } } On the church grounds at 4000 Rodney Parham in West Little Rock OOOO0 OO0000 J Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - Fan- tasy/Action Comedy - PG (a few ex- pletives, violence). The comic book characters are now "lean, mean and on the screen" fighting for the rights of hapless citizens. Also contained in the story are telepathy and visualiza- tion. The Gods Must Be Crazy, II - Com- edy - PG (nothing objectionable). Once again a South African villager discovers the "civilized" Wcstern world has gone out of control. As with most sequels, it's not as good as the first. Lord of the Flies - Features a cast of newcomers. Drama - R (no profanity but lots of obscene and vulgar lan- guage, violence). Sir William Golding's allegorical story about a group of boys stranded on an island has a superior 1963 black - and - white version in the video stores. Save yourself five bucks and rent it. Or better yet - read the book. Blue Steel -Jamie Lee Curtis. Ac- tion - R (language, violence, sexual situations). A serial killer pursues a rookie cop. Love You to Death - Kevin Kline, Tracy Ullman, William Hurt. Comedy - R (a few obscenities, one profanity, adultery). In this hard-to-believe true story, a woman attempts to kill her philandering husband - with the help of her mother, a friend and two 60# burn-outs. Nuns on the Run - Eric Idle, Bobb!¢ Coltrane. Comedy - PG13 (language :l[ violence,partial nudi ,ty Christianity/I ridiculed). Two men attempt to elude/[ the mob by taking it on the lain dis]t guised as nuns. 1] 2 Pretty Woman - Richard Gere, jdha[! Roberts. Comedy- R (sexually-oriented/[ dialogue/situations, obscene language, [ "' prostitution). Rich Richard turns street] 1 p girl Julia into a "lady," learning so[ , life lessons himself along the way. The '[ screen morality of the 80s/90s preventSl [ my recommending this very touching [ comedy. (FilmretriewscourtesyofTheMovieR¢" [ porter. Know Before You Go - The MoVie Reporter - A Christian Perspective. for more information on new film releastSJ suggested home videos and inspiratio films, call (805) 495-0914 for the nean Christian Bookstore carrying the month issue of The Movie Reporter.) 0 II I II II I II I II I Merlin J. Matz, 80, Houston, TX, died Mar. 30. Sons: Vincent, Jacksonville, FL, John, Royal Oak, MI; daughters: Mary Bean, Houston,: TX, Ann, Charlotte, NC; 13 grandchildren; seven great- grandchildren. Lillian B. Jackson, 86, Little Rock, died April 7. Son: F.K. "Stoney", Hot Springs; four grandchildren; four great- grandchildren. Steve Hritz, 83, Hot Springs, died April 1. Daughter: Anne Kasmer, Hot Springs; two grandchildren; three great- grandchildren. Rosalya M.W. MusH, 74, Hot Springs, died Mar. 31. Sons: Fred J., Jr, Hot Springs, Robert Mark, San Diego, CA; daughter: Carole Berry, Hot Springs; eight grandchildren; five great-grand- children. Curtis O. "Bill" Spillers, 92, Paris, died recently. Sons: Curtis, Robert, Paris, George, Charleston, SC, Billy, Sallisaw, OK, Tony, Tulsa, OK; daugh- ters: XA, onne Gray, Broken Arrow, OK, Michelle Cannonie, Stillwater, OK; five grandchildren. I &WBB@@I Ruasellville - St. John's parish host the Catholic Women's Union of Arkan- sas workday on Wednesday, April 25, in the Parish Center. Hot Springs - The Oblates of St. Benedict will hold their regular monthly meeting Tuesday, April 24, at 9 AM at St. Mary's Church, 100 Central Ave. Mass will be offered by Fr. Flusche, Director of Oblates of Subiaco Abbey. Abbot Jerome will receive the Final Oblation of I-IC! tie Boyer during the Mass and will g i the homily. A social hour and sbOI business meeting will follow in Carr Hall. Anyone interested is invited to attela For more information, call Sr. M. cent Hicks, 623-9769, or St. Maff' Rectory, 623-3233. .;,, North Little Rock - The Cath°lt ; [ Daughters of the Americas, C° !l Queen of Peace #1809, will meetI day, April 22, at 2 PM at the Sha rO 1 House, St. Patrick's Church. .it Sunday, April 22 - Confirmatio ! John's, Hot Springs. 5i[ Monday, April 23 - School MasseS, _, i Johns and St. Michael's, Hot Spri° ;I Tuesday, April 24- Regional O U rt I lic Leadership Program, St. J°lV':!l Center, Little Rock. :; Wednesday, Avril 25-In 1 - I-lo t Confirmation, Our Lady of the : :r[ Souls, Little Rock. (¢l Thursday, April 26 - In office; ] marion, Immaculate Heart of ld ] Marche. t' Friday, April 27 - In,, Saturday, April 28 - Mass Of YI,' 0{ t] John Scheper's 60th Anniversary ooo 1 Ordination, Our Lady sel Church, Little Rock. KnightS Columbus Convention, Fairfield 13 Y'