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PAGE | lARKANSAS CATHOLIC JULY 79, 1990 :7 Living Will Declaration Ifl should have an Incurable or Irreversible condition that will cause my death wRhln a relati~ly and I am no longer able to make decisions regarding my medical treatment, I direct my physician, pursuant to the Arkansas Rights of the Terminally ill or Permanently ous Act, to withhold or withdraw treatment that only prolongs the process ofdylng and Is not necessary to comfort or to alleviate pain. my : ~ l should become permanently unconscious, I direct my attending physician to withhold or j: ~al~draw life-sustalning treatments that are no longer necessary to my comfort or to alleviate II n. These life-sustalnlng treatments that may be withheld or withdrawn Include, but are not I' mlted to: ANTIBIOTICS ARTIFICIALLY ADMINISTERED FEEDING AND FLUIDS CARDIAC RESUSCITATION RESPIRATORY SUPPORT SURGERY i~ "t ~lete any item or provision above by drawing a llne through it and addin~ your initials. :~ ~.~ou~ further instructions here: OPTIONAL PROXY DIRECTIVE ! direct my attending physician to follow the instructions of ~- , residing at , phone to make medical treatment decisions on my behalf consistent with , as my Health Care Proxy, my wishes. Signed this. Signature. day of The declarant voluntarily slgned this writing in my presence. taess Address Witness. Address Photocopies of this form should be given to the proxyyou have designated abo~, to family members, and to your family doctor. Additional copies may be obtained from The Division of Medical Humanities, College of Medicine, University of~ for Medical Sciences, 4301 West Markham Street, Slot 646, Little Rock. Arkansas 72205. ..Living Will above can be obtained from UAMS in Little Rock, and a ['i'mlar document can be obtained from St. Vincent Infirmary Medical Center, e, Rock, Dept. of Medical Affairs. Texas bishops recently highlighted 'right to die" issue by spelling out acceptable circumstances under gich nutrition/hydration may be withheld/withdrawn. Back To The Future III - Michael J. Fox. Action/Fantasy - PG (a few ob- scenities, no profanity, mild violence). Bird On A Wire - Goldie Hawn, Mel Gibson. Action/Comedy- PG-15 (sex- ual innuendo, partial nudity, some obscenity and crude humor, vio- lence). The Jungle Book - Disney re-issue of the animated classic. Rated G. Quick Change - Bill Murray, Geena Davis. Comedy - R (language, vio- lence, crude humor, theft). After robbing a bank, three thieves find it difficult getting out of town. Without You I'm Nothing - Sandra Bernhard - R (vulgar humor/lan- guage). One-woman show takes shots at the idiosyncrasies of society. Ghost - Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, Whoope Goldberg. Roman- tic adventure - PG-13 (some language and profanity, violence, murder, promiscuity, revenge and a bizarre concept of the spirit world). After being murdered, a ghost warns his girlfriend (through a psychic) that the killer is now after her. Interesting story but spiritually way off the mark. (For more information on the newest the- atrical releases as well as suggested home videos, urriteThe Movie Reporter, Cen- tral Christian Publications, PO Box 7178, Thousand Oaks, CA, 92359.) Recent top rentals 1. Steel Magnolias, A-Ill (PG) 2. Tango & Cash, O (R) 3. The War of the Roses, A-IV (R) 4. Back to the Future, Part II, A-II (PG) 5. Always, A-II (PG) 6. Gross Anatomy, A-Ill (PG-13) 7. The Fabulous Baker Boys, A-Ill (R) 8. My Left Foot, A-Ill (R) 9. She-Devil, A-Ill (PG-13) 10. The Bear, A-I (PG) Repmted with per~ss~0n of Variety 1990 CNS C~aphcs Nooz? Send us yours[ 1 Fayetteville 442-7314 National ~ IW Sehaed Morticians .ArChb!sh0p resigns the province's population. Ill Ill( Over the past two years, about 20 Complete Travel That Arkansas Wine ...I Newfoundland Catholics - including 10ii0wing charges priests and Christian Brothers- have Ill Arrangements /11 ! - | been convictedoforfacechargesof Ill /11 / / .S Jhn's Newfoundland (CNS) - The sexually abusing boys. +Business or iChbishop of St.lohn's submitted his A spokespersonsaidthereporthad [[I pleasure Ill / [ [-eSlgnation Julv 12 after an archdioce- shocked Newfoundlax d Catholics out of i vestigating panel sharply criticized a can t happen here attitude and now ". 'Maj0r credit ':':s handling of reverted claild sexual "we have to take care that conditions /11 III / v / :tU e by priests and brothers at a change so that these things don't BOBPETERS, ~|ic-run boys orphanage, happen again," iil~_~_~~ owner II1 /~~ae~~h~/ ,on," chbishon. ,_ Alnhonsusr L. Penney, 65, rs Travel r^ " a large Dart of the resDonsihility Pet e cl urcla fai" lure to act properly on I[] 224-8442 or [[[ [ Wiedcrkehr Village | reports that widespread molestation III toll free, 1- 800 - 441-8687 III / ......... / ,uCc A tu , 0 -L red in the mid-1970s at Mt. Cashel II/ 9107.o . P.,..m III / / hhea age in St. John's. [[!: L 468-2611 ) "nvesfi atin commission, estab- by th;arch ishoo and headed d tOrrner Newfoundland Lt. Gov. [ Causes /- - -i , rdn Winter, an Anglican, said Effects ' '] ,,.. e [ eSts who sexuallv abused boys were O d, tter treated by hierarchy than Recovery the victims. -[ S " sk: aad lack of archdiocesan leader- Yh' ught have encouraged the abuse. Jt - e Commission report, made public Available for $1 from: Risk Managers - Insurance flYsl0, Was the latest element in a series ARKANSAS CATHOLIC 1501 N. Pierce in the Hillside Building, LR mUn - Candals involvimz., sexual abuse of [ P.O. BOX 7417 664- 0204 boys by priests that has rocked Little Rock 72217 Howard Hardin Larry Wilson Undland's 120,000 Catholics, half /