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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN JULY 25 1969 Bob Hope Takes Paddy Wagon View of Theater Milwaukee (NC) -- Comedian Bob Hope had been asked about the trend of today's movies and stage entertainment -- where it was going. "I think we're all going to the police station tobearrested, that's where," he replied. "I mean everybody -- those who are doing it and those who are watching." The funny man in some 250 television shows, 1,000 radio shows, 53 movies and scores of trips to military bases overseas Forest C fires burn a hole in your money 2" ,; HELP PREVENT P FOREST FIRES IN THE SOUTH to entertain GIs, was being funny as he discussed today's trend in the entertainment field. Interviewed by telephone at his home in North Hollywood, the 66- year-old Hope said: "I'm a lock- er room guy myself. I hangaround with the guys after golf. I like jokes and stories. But when you see some of this stuff, it's too much." (Hope was interviewed in con- nection with an impending visit to this area.) Referring specifically to the current stage production, "0, Cal- cutta," in which nudity and sexual relations are treated frankly, Hope said: "I went to see it andIwanted to crawl under the seat after the third scene." Hope speculated obscenity would not go any further nor last too long. He said: "They've gone about as far as they can go. The people will reject it." He took a serious stand, without hammed-up answers, when asked for a philosophy of entertainment. He said: "I'm positive the world needs anyone who can make you laugh. Laughing meansbeinghappy and having a good time. Everyone from presidents, kings to the regu- lar guy in the audience needs some- one to make him laugh." Hope insisted most of the youth in the United States are patriotic despite the war protest demon- strations. "I think most of the demonstrations stem from the fact that we look like losers in Viet- nam. For five or six years we've had rough going over there, no one was going any place, we lost a lot of wonderful guys. I can hardly blame these kids for objecting. If you're with a winner, it's a dif- ferent thing," he said. His globe-jogging takes him away frequently from home and family. Back in 1933 when Hope appeared in "Roberta" on Broad- way he met singer Delores Reade, a Catholic, and the next year married her in Erie, Pa. They have four adopted children who have been raised in the Catholic faith. Asked whether Catholicism as such has had any direct influence on his life, Hope laughed: "I'm married to a Catholic, and when you're married to a Catholic, you are one whether you want to be or notl" A t Youth Mass The Women's Circle of Holy Rosary parish, Stuttgart, Youth Mass July 13 for adults and teenagers of the Youth Singers provided music. Pictured above is The L. Pallo, diocesan moderator of Catholic youth, giving [ shake during the Kiss of Peace. Following Mass, the Youth Organization held a picnic at the home of Marion  Stuttgart. Trade At Home With These Friendly Merchantsl BLYTHEVILLE SHOPPERS GUIDE BLYTHEVILLE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Church BLYTHEVILLE--Immaculate Conception Church. Sunday Masses: 7:00 and l 1:00 a.m. Holyday Masses: 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. Don.t Be Confused About the Faith Read The Guardian W. J. POLLARD AGENCY 200 N. Second Phone PO 3-4553 Blytheville Ark. 7 CONTROL CONTROL SUPERIOR TERMITE PEST CONTROL, Inc. Control Rats, Mice, Roaches and ALL Household Pests JOHN LUTES, Owner PO 2-2350 1509 W. Walnut, Blytheville, Ark. Bring Your SOYBEANS to Farmers Soybean Corporation Barfield Landing BLIrHEVILLE THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK Blytheville, Ark. Surrounding Blytheville with even GREATER Service. .. Robertson Distributing Co. I , m,.me -"% BUDWEISER, MICHELOB & BUSCH BAVARIAN THE FARMEIS 61 IMPLEMENT BANK & TRUST CO. & MOTOR CO. "'The Oldest Bank in Mississippi County" / MASSEY-FERGUSON THE BEST IN BA2KING SERVICE ':'m'''' o,,, I CHRYSLER /" PLYMOUTH  -OUR AIM TO SERVE YOU BETTER' I e VALIANT /" IMPERIAL 11 ."m" O':'*"; m-he,me, At=,=-. I /BlythIville' Ark Hwy 61 North Arkansas-Mmsour, Power Company I New Mot/on Pictures "k Reviewed By "k National Film Office Listed below are ratings given by the National Catholic Office for Motion Picturesto newly- produced films that are now showing or will soon be screened in Arkansas theaters. General Patronage True Grit Ben Hnr Destroy All Monsters The Shoes of the Fisherman Ice Station Zebra Adults & Adolescents The Maltese Bippy You Only Love Once Krakatoa, East of Java Chel The Fool Killer Those Daring Young Men in Their Jaunty Jalopies The Trouble With Girls Adults The Bridge at Remagen The Chairman Eye of the Cat Les Gauloises Bleues The Oblong Box The Lost Man Daddy's Gone-A-Hunting Death Rides A Horse Once Upon A Time in the West Discerning Adults The Wild Bunch La Chamade Midnight Cowboy A Matter of Days Objectionable in Part The April Fools A Bullet for the General Three Into Two Won't Go Condemned 99 Women Vixen The Libertine That Cold Day in the Park Rules Adop For Handlin Campus Tro Rochester, N. Y. rules for handling ders were adopted of trustees of St. College here and filed in accordance with the of state law. Preceding the list a statement of says in part: "As the college communit should be free, collectively, to express on issues of college matters of general the student body. They ways be free to orderly means which dol the regular and ation of the college." The rules for are: --Access to campus and grounds shall be at all times. --No disruption or with classes or events ted without lawful authority." --No occupation of offices, etc. --No force or sment "upon any conducting himself." --No destruction property. --"No person shall propriate and lawful amine, disturb, remove, or destroy any papers or documents the property or in the of another person." --No possession or rifle, shotgun, firearm, tion or other or instrument.', --Anyone on collegO shall "identity himself. adequately, and request." A section on rides for "summary and ejection" of any faculty member who perse or desist