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L You AGO WEEK uardian reported: The Rev. Father Low Mass sermon last Sun- ewly organized choir .91endid work under 1on of Sister Ger- !helle ladies served nthly dinner to Club Tues- When Father Tynin guest. Dr. Charles governor-elect and of the club, 'eaker. St. Joseph's )t with Mrs. Troly ty, July 17. came down .Own last Thursday at Ursuline Acade- AGO WEEK uardian reported: :eat _ The nlembers Darish announce all-day picnic will dnesday, ,July 23 on ;rounds here. The be donated to the 's parish of St. Vin- 50 families, is locat- ,ay County, 11 miles HQs Godparents (l) _ The bap- ,lames Monte- the nation's capital Small Louisiana re with a modicum world's most : YOung couple were tits __ Luei Baines P.at Nugent. 1S the son of Mr. Montelaro. ather is on the staff e of Representatives on Un-American his mother is the Reed of les A. Jeanmard, Anthony's church :ent to the nation's officiated at the Dominic's church 'resident's younger a Catholic ntelaro was one of When the famous :e married in the of the Imma- here Aug. 6, Or. Annie Bremyer Chiropractor 110 East Ninth St. Little Rock FR 2-2684 In Men. Wed. Frl. and $t. FAMILY appreciate Cards loved ones. AVAILABLg picture prices, samples, as for ordering PPe6$ 16211 i Little Rock ' Everyman's Famil_____.y Teach Moi'tlers, Not d-Year-Olds By Msgr. John C. Knott (Director, Family Life Bureau, N.C.W.C.) An article in a recent copy of Time magazine (July 1, 1966) described the steadily growing campaign to begin formal edu- cation at the age of four. The Educational Policies Commis- sion of the National Education Association has recently made a specific recommendation along these lines, and President Johnson and HEW Secretary John Gardner have nodded ap- l)roval. The idea is not a new one, and the evidence of develop- mental psychology shows that the child is quite adaptable to Hitchcock's 50th Film Rated 'B' New York, (E) -- "Torn Cur- tain," the 50th movie made by Alfred Hitchcock, "master of suspense," drew a Class B (morally objectionable in part for all) rating from the Nation- al Catholic Office for Motion Pictures because it is "flawed by the gratuitous introduction of premarital sex." The NCOMI' also alerted parents against being misled by the "Mary Poppins" image of Julie Andrews, a star of the Hitchcock fihn released by Uni- versal. The NCOMP objection against the fihn stated: "This predict- able suspense film is morally flawed by the gratuitous intro- duction of premarital sex be- tween its sympathetic protago- nists. Questionable also on moral grounds is the detailed treatment of a realistic brutal killing. "The presentation of his 50th film should have merited con- gratulations for Mr. Alfred tlitchcock; it is with regret then that the National Office is Mrs. Montelaro will be a brides- maid and Montelaro will be an usher. Mrs. Montelaro was assistant editor of Chemistry, magazine of the American Chemical So- ciety. She met Miss Johnson three years ago, was her tutor in chemistry and has become a close friend. Another Seminary Consolidation The Hague, The Netherlands (E)--Another seminary consoli- dation is underway in the Neth- erlands. The Utrecht archdio- cese and the Rotterdam and Groningen dioceses, along with seven religious communities, are planning to combine their major seminary facilities. The result will be one large-scale theological institute with loca- tions in Amsterdam and Utrecht Last month the Breda and 's-Hertogenbosch dioceses and eight missionary congregations decided to close their major seminaries and send students to the theology facility planned for a September, 1967, opening at the Catholic College of Til- burg. -/mm=m Reverence. Dignity - Sincerity erring Families 1905 HEALEY00ROTH PUNBEAL DIEBCTOES 8800 WEST TWELFTH LITTLE ROCK:, ARKANSAS learning in the first years of life. The success of the llead Start program, of the Montesso- ri nmvement, and the many nur. sery schools and kindergartens across the country also support the whole idea. At the same time, there are other voices raised in dissent. Also appealing to the psycho- logical evidence, they insist that the pre-schooler needs love, warmth, and personal encour- agement that is too easily lost when the learning process is in- stitulionalized. There is also the suspicion that the school situation may overpower the child, and end up by limiting his creativity rather than af- fording him opportunity to ex- press it. A PART of the disctlssion that tends to be overlooked is the role of the parents, espec- ially the mother, in this early educative process. In fact, an understanding of the mother's role, and of her potential pre- cisely as an educator, may help solve the dilemma. Instead of getting children into school at an earlier age, how about special adult educa- compelled instead to censure him for the disheartening lack of social responsibility to gen- eral audiences manifested on tills occasion. "Parents should be aware that the 'Mary Poppins' image of the female lead (Julie An- drews), shattered in this film, cannot serve as any criterion of the fihn's acceptability for their children." ANNIVERSARIES t t DEPARTED PRIESTS Priests who have labored in the spiritual and temporal interests of the people of Arkansas are presented here on their anniversaries from a list compiled by Fdher William Beck and are recommended to the faith- ful of the Diocese for remembrance in their prayers and Holy Mass. AUGUST ANNIVERSARIES Rev Wolfgang Schlumpf, 0S8 8-1-'04 Rev Francis A Schwab, CSSp- 8.1.'43 Rev J F Van Oudenhoven-- 8.16-'26 Rev Anthony Lechner, CSSp. 8-17-'55 Rev John Klaffl, SVD ..... 8-19.'43 Rev Gregory Kehres, OSB -- 8-21-'62 Rev Augustine Metz ...... 8-23.'38 Alumnus of St. John's Seminary Rev John A Flaherty ....... 8-24-'39 Alumnus of St. John's Seminary Rev Joseph Schlatterer .... 8.26-'22 Vy Rev Msgr J V McCauley 8-26-56 (Alumnus of St. JohlI's Seminary) Rev B Binzegger, OSB ..... 8-29-'16 Rt Rev Paul M Nahlen, OSB 8-31.'57 Third Abbot of New Subiaco Abbey tion courses for mothers of pre- schoolers? In such a program the mothers would be opened to the insights of modern de- velopmental psychology, to the discoveries of people like Maria Montessori, Jean Piaget, John Dewey and many others. They would be able to relate their knowledge to their experience, and without the social prob- lems of expanding the school system downward, we might ex- pand the talents and abilities of mothers and children. The result might be that the parents discover the aptitudes and abilities of the child, and preserve a respect for the per- sonal individuality of each member of the family. The awareness gained by parents JULY 22, 1966--15 TIlE GUARDIAN New Motion Pictures Reviewed By National Film Office Listed below are ratings glv. en by the National Cathalio Office for Motion Pictures to newly-produced films that ere now showing or will soon be screened in Arkansas theaters, General Patronage Around The World Under The Sea Munster Go Home And Now Miguel Lt. Robin Crusoe, U.S.N. Hold On Adults and Adolescents Stagecoach Blindfold The Glass Bottom Boat Assault on A Queen Adults Nevada Smith Boy,. Did 1 Get The Wrong Number Arabesque Ten Little Indians Fireball 500 Objectionable in Part For All Lady L The Tenth Victim A Fine Madness The Money Trap The Group would help them in providing guidance, encouragement and discipline throughout the edu- cative process, and also enable them to counsel and help in the choice of a career. 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