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l "" THE GUARDIAN, APRIL' 23,1982 PAG'E'7 (Information for this column is prepared from data fur-[ Mshed by the families of the deceased, their pastors or] funeral directors.) / Recent Deaths EDITH KORTE, 75, formerly of North Little Rock and later of Star City, died. Born in Mountain View, she was a graduate of Arkansas State Teachers College and taught in North Little Rock Public Schools during the 1930's. A charter member of St. Patrick's Altar Society, she wrote articles for the Arkansas Education Association Journal. Surviving are a brother and two grand- sons. Her last years were spent in a nursing home in Star City. Father William J. Burke offered the Mass of Christian Burial March 17 at St. Patrick's Church. L. FEILD, 81, of 815 North Jackson Street, Little Rock, died March 18. Born in Little Rock, he was a son of William and Christina Luccheslie Fetid, a retired machinist and a member of Our Lady of the Holy Souls parish. Sur- Viving are his wife, Jessie Benningfield Feild; a son, a brother, three sisters, three grandchildren and one great-grandchild. IVtsgr Francis A Allen, V.G.," offered the Mass of Christian Burial March 20 in Our Lady of the Holy Souls Church. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. LIFTON FRANCIS (WINCY) EMMET, 89, of Pine Bluff, died March 19 at the Pine Bluff Nursing Home. Born April 17, 1892, in Pine Bluff, he was a son A Good Agent To Know D rneny businesses, the life insurance acknowledges outstanding with awards anti honors. New York Life Agents regularly IQin more than their fair share. This isn't matter of luck. It's o matter of education and dedication to CLU v York tire Insurance Co. Bank Bldg. LSI9 4 of the late Charles Francis and Laura Mitchel Em- met, attended An- nunciation Academy, was a painter and a member of St. Joseph parish. Sur- viving is a niece. Father Leo A. Riedmueller, V.F., offered the Funeral Mass March 22 in St. Joseph Church. Burial was in St. Joseph Cemetery. DR. BOYCE CEARLEY, 40, of 2409 Queensbury Way, Fort Smith, died March 20 at Niagara Falls, N.Y. Born Oct. 22, 1941, at Texarkana, he was a member of Immaculate Conception parish. Sur- viving are his wife, Lynn Cearley; a daughter, his mother and a brother. Msgr. William E. Galvin, V.F., offered the Mass of Christian Burial March 23 at Immaculate Conception Church. Burial was in Holy Cross Cemetery. ADOLPH B. DEBOSIER, 79, of 213 North Holloway, E1 Dorado, the uncle of Father Bernard E. DeBosier of Little Rock, died March 23 in El Dorado. Born Dec. 26, 1902, in North Little Rock, he was a retired train master clerk for the Rock Island Railroad Company for 50 years, a charter member of the Knights of Colum- bus, a member of the Brotherhood of Railroad Clerks and a member of Holy Redeemer parish. Surviving are his wife, Marie Moore DeBosier; a brother and three sisters. Father Thomas J. Donahue offered the Funeral Mass March 25 in Holy Redeemer Church. Burial was in Calvary Cemetery. JOHN DAVID CONNELL, 43, of Littleton, Colo., died in Littleton March 24. Born June 2, 1938, in Corpus Christi, Texas, he was the son of Edward N. and Betty Dodd Connell of Fayetteville, Ark., and the brother of Sister Jeanne Mary Connell of Houston, Texas. He was graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1962 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He was vice- president and technical director of Gates Rubber Greater Little Rock Guide DRUG STORE Rexall C.B. Wright - T.E. Mottos PHARMACISTS Phone 374-4926 qlS EAST NINTH STREET LYON I HEDlC I n co. I Pharmacy, Inc. I ,ho.,,s3.,,,, I I 4214 MocArthur Drive I Local ions I North tdtle Rock, Ark. 1524 Rodney Parhom 224.0303 I Ad i 5901 Wesf 12fh ,,4 J,0, vertise 6221 Asker Ave. II IIMI i 5'2.3740 Iryom, Center 147-3596 ........... Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tomboli (above) will note their 50th wedding an- niversary this Sunday, April 25, in the Knights of Columbus Hall in Pine Bluff from 2 to 4 P.M. The couple were married in St. Joseph's Church April 9, 1932. Relatives are spon- soring the event. St. Paul Plans Kindergarten Pocahontas - St. Paul's Parochial School's Board has announced the school will open a Kindergarten this coming year. At a recent meeting, the Board voted to add the Kin- dergarten. To enroll, a child must be five years of age on or before Oct. 1, 1982. Date for registration will be an- nounced in the near future. Applications from non- Catholics will be accepted. Sister Mary Anne Nuce, O.S.B., school principal, stated that the Kindergarten will be up-to-date in all state requirements, including a certified teacher. Sister Mary Ann also said that the Kin- dergarten will follow a structured curriculum. For more information, those interested may call 892- 3721 or 892-5439. Company of Denver and a member of St. Columbine parish in Littleton. Sur- viving, besides his parents and sister, are his wife, Mrs. Linda Standridge Connell; a daughter, two sons and four brothers. The Mass of Christian Burial was offered at St. Columbine Church. FRANK JAMES TURCHI, JR., 55, of 912 Nebraska Street, Pine Bluff, died March 29 in Pine Bluff. Born Jan. 20, 1927, in Pine Bluff, he was a member of St. Joseph's parish. Sur- viving are his wife, Mrs. Antionette Rinchuso Turchi; one son, two daughters, three brothers, two sisters and three grandchildren. Father Leo A. Riedmueller, V.F., offered the Funeral Mass March 31 in St. Joseph's Church. Burial was in Graceland Cemetery. JOSEPH SCHUESSLER, 1329 North Ridge Circle, Horseshoe Bend, died April 4 at Eastern Ozarks Community Hospital in Cherokee Village. He was a member of the American Legion and former member of the Horseshoe Bend Police Department. Surviving is a daughter, two brothers. a sister, six grand- children and one great- grandchild. Father Venantius Preske offered the Funeral Mass April 8 in St. Mary of the Mount Church. Burial was in Violet Hill Cemetery. Isenman Distributing Company FOREST IrlRIL$ Little Rock, Arkansas '" '"' I Prepared by USCC Office for Film and Broadcasting. RICHARD PRYOR LIVE ON SUNSET STRIP (Columbia). .This per- formance film, a brief 82 minutes culled from two filmed live shows, shows Richard Pryor in a much mellower mood than in his previous effort of this sort. Chastened by his near-fatal accident, the comedian seems to have a much more humane outlook. All the usual ob- scenities and scatological references are still there, of course, even though Pryor's ideas on brotherhood are now on the side of the angels. His humor and his perception of human nature are usually on target and often extremely funny. (I also liked his in- sights into animal nature, especially his interpretation MEPHISTO (Analysisl. .This Hungarian-German production directed by Istvan Szabo is an extremely in- teresting film about the temptation to power. A provincial German actor, whose forte, ironically enough is playing the great tempter Mephisto, allows himself to be taken under the wing of a prominent member of the rising Nazi party and thus, in time, becomes director of the Berlin National Theatre. The film lacks dramatic force, but it is nonetheless fascinating and Austrian actor Klaus Maria Brandauer is brilliant as the good-hearted, but feckless, hero. Because of some rather graphic nudity, this is extremely mature fare and the U.S. Catholic Con- of a game park lion coolly observing Pryor cowering inside a car.) But since he's not everybody's cup of tea, I recommend this only to those who already have a Pryor commitment or at least realize what they might be letting themselves in for in terms of sexually-oriented jokes and vulgar language. The U.S. Catholic Conference has classified it A-IV, adults, with reservations. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it R, restricted. 1 OUGHT TO BE IN PIC- TURES (Fox). .Libby Tucker (Dinah "Manoff) hitchhikes to California from Brooklyn to break into movies, she says, and, in- cidentally, renew an old acquaintance with her father, Herb (Walter Matthau), who deserted her mother and Libby and her younger brother 16 years earlier to become a writer in Hollywood in this screen version of the Nell Simon play adapted by Simon himself and directed by Herbert Ross. Young Miss Manoff, though good, pushes a little too hard with an already too pushy part, but Matthau is very good as Herb, far better than his material. And so is Ann-Margret as Herb's mistress, a woman of heroic self-effacement who seems much too good for grumpy old Herb. The whole thing is rather facile and contrived, but there are some well- earned laughs and some tears and these, together with Matthau's performance, ference has classified it A-IV, adults, with reservations. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it R, restricted. SILENT RAGE (Colum- bia)...A small-town sheriff (martial-arts whiz Chuck Norris) confronts a seemingly indestructible superman fashioned by one of those old favorites of makers of B- movies, an irresponsible scientist. Directed by Michael Miller from a script by Joseph Fraley, this is an utterly in- consequential effort of deadening predictability. There is considerable Candidate Tom M. Ferstl (above) has filed for the office of state attorney general in the upcoming primary. A native of Fort Smith, he attended St. Anne's Academy and West-Ark Community College. He is a graduate of Little Rock University with a degree in Business Administration, a graduate of Northwestern School of Mortgage Banking and a graduate of the University of Arkansas School of Law. He and his family reside at 7 Lou Ellen Drive, Little Rock. violence, though stylized, and some fleeting nudity. The U.S. Catholic Conference has Classified it A-III, adults. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it R, restricted. YOU'RE INSURED A 7 "'Since 1958" J 1501 N. Pierce- Hillside Bldg. Phone 664-0204 HOWARD HARDIN a LARRY WILSON I Watch Force. I)IAMOHI) LIQUORS Rixie Exit - Highway 67 North make for moderately good entertainment. Because of a brief, ill-considered scene ...... involving nudity and because of the arrangement between Herb and Stephanie, the U.S. Catholic Conference has : classified it A-III, adults. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it PG, parental guidance. SOME KIND OF HERO (Paramount)...A returned Vietnam veteran (Richard Pryor), a prisoner of war for six years, finds himself neck- deep in all sorts of problems once his hero's welcome is behind him. An improbably- loving, high-priced prostitute (Margot Kidder) falls in love with him, however, and he eventually gets all the money he needs by taking on the Mafia and winning. Pryor is very good, but the movie, which has a screenplay by James Kirkwood based upon his novel, is a shambles made up of various ill-assorted pieces that director Michael Pressman is unable to give even the semblance of unity. Because of some graphic sex scenes and its defective moral outlook, it has been classified O, morally offensive, by the U.S. Catholic Conference. The Motion Picture Association of America has rated it R, restricted. do it aff for_gou in Oza00. Let us arrange your next group or family visit to the Ozarks and Eureka Springs. 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