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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 19, 1974 PAGE 7 00ocese Plans lO.$ession r00ekly Scripture Course tle Rock - A ,course of Of Sacred-gcri-u, :ic_.ed to 50 participants, will iuniven from 7:30 to 9 P.M. eaL__ qP by Stuttgart ay abo' i I "T "nmi Kli 's n e  PICTURE 00:RAM00NG of 1, PHONE 922-1701 all :as 8. Main, Stuttgax, Ark. b' use n t z,P IELPS goERYBOD Y s i'. OO We ltfave Yours? er t every Monday from Sept. 9 through Dec. 2, Sister Fides Gough, O.P., coordinator for teacher training programs, has announced. Father James Mancini, Father Albert Schneider, and Father Jerome Kodell, O.S.B., will lead the three-month program, sponsored by the Diocesan Office of Religious Education. The Acts of the Apostles will be the course offered. A personal approach to the study is planned. Persons interested should send their names and addresses to : Office of Religious Education, P.O, Box 7565, Little Rock, Ark. 72207. There will be a $5 fee to cover the cost of materials. NCCW Reaffi rms Opposition to ERA St. Paul, Minn. (NC) - The executive committee of the National Council of Catholic Women has reaffirmed its opposition to the proposed Equal RightsAmendment to the U.S. Constitution and urged its member councils to fight against ratification in their own states. The committee argued that women already enjoy a t heoreUcal ecl_ual protection by the Constitution under the Fifth and 14th Amendments, that the ERA would destroy significant present laws that favor or protect women, and that the ERA would bring a "drastic and insidious" change endangering the whole family life structure in the United States. CYS Prepare Workshop Little Rock -- A Liturgy at 4:45 P.M. Saturday, July 27, at St. John's Catholic Center will highlight a workshop for young people interested in forming parish folk groups. Announcement of the day- long workshop -- from 9 A.M. A.M. to 9:30 P.M. - was made by Mandy Tucker and Mark Mauer, student leaders. The particular theme, as well as techniques in organizing a group and creating life and enthusiasm within it. Cost of the workshop will be $6.50, mainly for lunch, dinner and refreshments. Overnight accommodations at $6 per night can be arranged. Information is available from the Catholic Youth Singers, c-o CYO Office, (The following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television on the days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic Office for Motion Pictures, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General Patronage; A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- III, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, Condemned). SUNDAY, JULY21 Brooklyn family; dad Robert- (ABC)- PROJECT X (1968) - son is mostly unemployed and - This futuristic, science-fiction often drunk; morn Diane Baker reconstruction of the 22nd tries to keep the family Century, in which the quality of together; kids Pare Ferdin and life has drastically changed but Michael Wixted experience the the ideological tensions between various pains and joys of being east and west have persisted, young during hard times. plunges us into the department of utter confusion. (A-II) TUESDAY, JULY 23 (ABC) -- THIRD GIRL FROM THE LEFT - Tony Curtis and Kim Novak play a comfortable, unmarried-but- long-involved couple whose Steadiness is threatened by the arrival on the scene of young lover Michael Brandon. MONDAY, JULY 22 (ABC) -- FIVE CARD STUD (1968) - Dean Martin is a fast- talking, fast-loving gambler against Robert Mitchum as a hellfire preacher who also carries a gun. Director Henry Hathaway, a veteran of outdoor oaters, spins a simple story of retribution motivated by the lynching of a card cheat. Eight slayings, some spicy dialogue, questionable use of religion, and a little gore keep the film in the adult category. (A-III) (NBC) -- A TREE GROWS IN BROOKLYN -- Cliff Robertson is the star, and the film shapes up as somewhat more "relevant." Set in the 1940's, the workshop is intended to teach 2500 N. Tyler St., Little Rock, story follows the hand-to-mouth caJ__ the planning of a liturgy with a Ark. 72207. existence of a troubled rm._ L1 c .... =" ........................... da 00000000i0000n000O00ji!!K!!hj00i00ii2 I Physicians Sign Human Life Pie e_. Milwaukee, Wis. (NC) -- declaring their respect for Physicians around the world human life. are being asked to sign petitions The World Federation of Doctors Who Respect Human Life in sponsoring the effort to COKER-HAMPTON DRUG CO. "IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH" Stuttgart, Arkansas 8 S. MAIN TELEPHONE 922-5552 i Dignity... for the funeral services of your loved ones. Let us attend to all details TURPIN FUNERAL HOME Stuttgart Ark. SOUTHLAND SEEDS, INC.  P. O. BOX 189 serving the STUTTGART, ARKANSAS 72160 Pope Ordains 7 New Bishops Vatican City (NC) -- Pope Paul VI ordained seven bishops recently on the 11th an- niversary of his coronation, in St. Peter's Basilica. They are Archbishop-elect Gabriel Montalvo, a Colombian be climaxed by presenting the petitions to the United Nations; World Population Meeting in Bucharest, Rumania, in August. Physicians signing the petitions will be stating their support of the Geneva Version of the Hippocratic Oath promulgated by the World Medical Association in 1947. who has been named apostolic "Just as medicine is at the nuncio to Honduras and service of life when it is failing, Nicaragua; Archbishop-elect so too it should service life from Angelo Acerbi, an Italian its beginning," the declaration named apostolic pro-nuncio to states. "It should have absolute New Zealand and apostolic respect for human life regar- delegate for the islands of the Pacific; Bishop-elect John Mackey of Auckland, New Zealand; Bishop-elect Tsinda Hata M'Sanda of Kenge, in Zaire; Bishop-elect Andrew Deskur, a Pole who is president of the Pontifical Commission for Social Communications; Bishop-elect Antonio Cabri, an Italian Josephite who is auxiliary in the apostolic vicariate of Napo, Ecuador; and Bishop-elect Thomas Nantha, auxiliary in the apostolic vicariate of Vientiane, Laos. 56,000 Meet To Plan "Directory" Washington (NC) - More than 56,000 people attended formal meetings across the country during the first consultation on the National Catechetical Directory (NCD), the national office for the directory reported here. Msgr. Wilfrid Paradis, project director for the NCD, said that in the four months of the first consultation -- Dec. 1, 1973 to March 31, 1974 -- there were a total of 4,137 meetings that were reported to the national office, with a total recorded attendance of 56,027 persons. He said the directory committee received 17,422 separate recommendations as a result of the first consultation. diess of age, illness, disability or degree of dependence." In North America, the petition is being sponsored by the National Federation of Catholic Physicians' Guilds headquartered here. 7 BISHOPS ORDAINED Vatican City (NC) - Pope Paul VI, ordaining seven new bishops, declared that their duty to teach Catholic truth is "all the more serious and health-giving today, given the diffuseness and bewilderment of modern speculative thought." i RICE BELT BUTANE CO. [ Zero Butane & Propane Gas :he Sivger Heaters J,.,lm*-- I ,ep by PHONE,922-0731 ] ier Nite PHONE 922-6953 i 1902 SO. MAIN -- STu'rrGART, ARK. Lng PHONE 225-3350 Dewitt - PHONE 926-4394 II the INC. L B D/STR./BUT/NG Co., I 503 EAST 13TH ST. STUTTGART, ARK. 72160 I P79 PHONE: 922-0221 J 00wei:e,:" Ludwis::00Hi:00:en" M'r" B[JSCH ] WEDNESDAY, JULY 24 (ABC) -- SCREAM, PRETTY PEGGY - Bette Davis makes a creepy-crawly appearance in this bizarre would-be chiller focusing on a young student- housemaid's near-fatal curiosity regarding a family's carefully guarded "secret" - they keep a hopelessly insane daughter locked up above the garage. (NBC) -- THE GREAT NORTHFIELD MINNESOTA RAID (1972) -- This is a love-it- or-leave-it type of film, a "NorthWestern" based on the last great raid by the Cole Younger-Jesse James gang, on a northern Minnesota boom- town bank in 1876. Cliff Robertson is a befuddled, kindhearted, but businesslike Cole Younger, and Robert Duvall is a bloodthirsty, psychotic and treacherous Jesse James. The real point of the film is a dark and brooding theme about the end of the frontier in the face of creeping modernism and industriali- zation in America. (A-III) SATURDAY, JULY 27 (ABC) -- THE HANGED MAN - Western shoot-'era-up with Steve Forrest, Dean Jagger, Cameron Mitchell, Sharon Acker. There's a touch of the horrific thrown in, too, as a convicted gunslinger is hanged only to return from the dead as a frontier mystic -- with a vengeance. (NBC) - MAROONED (1969) - Gregory Peck, Gene Hack- man, Richard Crenna, and James Franciscus star in a star-trek adventure that goes awry as three astronauts get stranded in space. In all, the film offers super space and electronic effects, and a taut, gr|pping adventure yarn. (A-II) SCHOOL AID Columbus, Ohio (NC) - A three-judge federal court here sustained the constitutionality of the Ohio statute that provides auxiliary services and materials to nonpublic school pupils in the state. 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