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THE GUARDIAN, JULY 26, 1974 PAGE 7 001assificotions of Movies Scheduled for TV orl le following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television C) J days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic rit for Motion Pictures are" A-I Morally Unobjectionable for General .mage.l|, A-II Morally IJnobjecti'onable for Adults and Adolescents. A- !CO 0 ' , . , li,i:ally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable .ts with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, as aned). le ! gunfight-uptight town disguised until . . . WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 (ABC) - THE LAST ANGRY MAN - This looks like a TV series pilot, based on a popular novel by Gerald Green. The TV flick stars Pat Hingle in.the Dr. Ableman role and it my or may not live Ul5 to its Predecessors. The year is 1936, when things were tough all over, but a doctor's housecall cost $2.00: (NBC) - THE DOUBLE MAN i1968) - The familiar spy- thriller of the late Sixties goes straight as CIA agent YUl Brynner ventures to the snowy a# SUNDAY, JULY 28 vn lC) .. FIREBALL FOR- m -- "World premiere" the'Suspense drama stars de t Gazzara as a maverick tl. general in World War II. m"do Montalban, Eddie . Off co-star. 0 IHOND/y, JULY 29 a2aJ C) -- HELLO DOWN m E " _h  - Rerun of a made-for- c"SSion film starring Tony )en;rll as a slightly whaeked- ra .]r arine scientist who VO S . to move his family rote su fie ea 1 rsea home as part of.a J'_.ah'long experiment Hs m"$anet Leigh is scared stiff. TUESDAY, JULY 30 Swiss Alps in search of the truth )m[c) _ THE GUN AND THE behind his son's murder. The e gl.T- Rerun of a made-for- murder, as it turns out, was set nu ion Western starring the up to lure Brynner into a.trap in noUonder-reacher-turned-- which he will be eliminated and Marj'oe Gortner.. The a look-alike substituted to in- e I thee US. Intelligence Saint Mary's Men's Club on00" Summer Dance te r St. Mary's School Hall star " ' ,le ! 15th & Moss, North Little ROCK he ses! - MUSIC BY - a, . Danny and the Polka. Dots )enf is, I ' " hi Sat., July 27, 8 to 12 pm ;veCkoor $6.00 per Couple' :al. ,b( FORREST CITY. ARKANSAS !"lhrlisie,,, TRY FULCHER @ttl y FULCHER HARDWARE wt! :o,,: Carlisle 1 O0 k llll...= FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF EASTERN ARKANSAS Strong, Dependable Service Since 1886 FIRST! GAZZOLA VACCARO, JR. Since 1907 VACCARO LUMBER COMPANY network. (A-I) THURSDAY AUG. I (CBS) -- A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE -- Eli.a Kazan's 1951 version of the Tennessee Williams' play starred Marlon Brando. Vivien Leigh, Kim Hunter and Karl Malden in a powerful drama about a brute who knocks a lady off her pedestal of dreams ahd brings her down to his level of reality. The themes and characters are vintage Williams but for all that this is a mature and challenging movie for an adult audience FRIDAY AUG. 2 , (CBS) -- THE LEGEND OF LyLAH CLARE (1969) - Sudsy, sentimental Hollywood soap opera, with Kim Novak as a starlet caught up in her" first major role, portraying a legendary actress who met a tragic death. (B) SATURDAY, AUG. 3 mission for his former police (ABC) - DEATH SQUAD -- employers -- he's recruited to Robert . Forster, Melvyn solve a series of murders, and Douglas and Michelle .Phillips .winds up a target of either the star in a detective thriller. The mob, their police accomplices, plot takes an ex-cop on a special or both. Knights of Columbus Disict Deputies These are the 1974-75 District Deputies ap- Thomas Brocksm[th of Paragouid, and Gene pointed recently by State Deputy Odell Kordsmeier of.North Little Rock. Back row, Yocum of the Arkansas Knights of Columbus. Frank Gunderman of Conway, Paul From left, in'the front row are Albert Aureli Thielmier of Engelberg, Harry Sbanotto of of Pine Bluff. Edward France of Forrest City, Tontitown and E. J. Doherty of Texarkana. Rosary Format Unchanged Carberry of St. Louis, former chairman of the ad hoc com- mittee .that prepared the U. S. bishops' pastoral on Our Lady, "Behold Your Mother," ex- plaining that the pastoral le[ter was not intended to initiate changes in the format of the rosary when it is prayed publicly. Paragraph 97 of the pastoral letter 'did contemplate further development in private recitation of the rosary of various mysteries," Cardinal Carberry wrote. "This was intended and suggested to give greater flexibility and freedom for personal meditation but always within the framework of " the traditional 15 mysteries." Cardinal Carberry said it was Washington (NC) -- The traditional format . for the rosary -- three parts of five decades each, with meditation on the traditional 15 mysteries - is not to be changed when the rosary is recited publicly, ac- cording to instructio sent to the'U.S, bishops by the National Conference of Catholic Bishops (N.CCB) here. In a brief letter, Cardinal .John Krol of Philadelphia, NCCB president, explained to the bishops that a clarification was needed because "in recent months there have been a number of requests for per- mission to experiment with the format of the rosary." He sent along vith the letter a statement by Cardinal. John "i" ANNIVERSARIES ? Of Departed Priests Is ModestyMaking A Comebock ? Minneapolis (NC) - A revival of the virtue of modesty, a Christian value generally ignoced in the 1960s' talk of a "sexual revolution" and women's fashions, is the major goal of a south Minneapolis woman who recently began an at=home business specializing in clothes designed to "bring out the mystery of women." Betty Sullivan, who operates Lady-Like Modes from the living room .of her home, said "women have forgotten how important it is to leave the consensus of the ad hoc committee that had drafted the pastoral letter, that "the pastoral letter on Our Lady did not intend experimentation with new mysteries in the public recitation of the rosary. "Actually," he continued, "in accordance with the recent directives contained in the (Vatican's) Directory on the Pastoral Ministry of Bishops any change in the mysteries of the rosary is not to take place without consultation with the episcopal conference and the Holy See." something to the imagination." "We have got to face the fact that men have a different nature because they are easily moved. When a woman dresses immodestly, she is. due for hell fire according to the apparitions at Fatima and Lourdes," said Miss Sullivan, a member of St. Stephen's parish, Minneapolis. Gloria Allen Catholic Realtor Price Reduced- Older home in heights -3 bedrooms, high ceilings, hardwood floors, large rooms - great house to re-do. Walk to Holy Souls. Call Gloria Allen, 225-5259, Res. FAUSETT &" COMPANY REALTORS univ. at Markham 664-3861 Father Wolfgang Schlumpf, O.S.B .............. August 1, 1904 Father Francis A. Schwab, C.S.Sp ............... August 1, 1943 Rev. Msgr. Jathes G. Evans ................... August 5, 1972 Father Vincent Orth, O.S.B .................... August 8, 1969 Father J.F. Van Oudenhoven.. ............... August 16,. 1926 Father Anthony Lechner, C.S.Sp .............. August 17, 1955 Father John Klaff, S.V.D ..................... 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