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PAGE'6 THE GUARDIANI 'AUG. 9, 1'974 Marriage Encounter Picnic One-hundred-fifty men, women and children attended the first annual picnic and renewal of the Little Rock diocesan Marriage En- counter movement July 27 at Burns Park, North Little Rock. Pictured clockwise from upper left are Carolyn Cisar of Rogers, Jack Collier of Stuttgart, Ken and Mary Hiegel of Little Rock, Father Richard Oswald of Little Rock, Manly Heil of Little Rock, Bob Schluter of Rogers, Father John Riddell talking with Mary Hell and Mary Hiegel of Little Rock, and Bob Thomas, holding han- dily-tagged Theresa Thomas. In the center is a view of the altar during the renewal Mass. British Open Chancellorship to Catholics London (NC) -- One of the last remnants of constitutional discrimination against Catholics in Great Britain has been removed by the royal approval of an act making them eligible for the office of lord chancellor, the highest judicial office in the realm. Queen Elizabeth II gave royal assent to an act approved by the House of Lords, specifically stating that a Catholic may hold the lord chancellorship. Now no religious bar remains to holding any office of state in the United Kingdom, except the monarchy. The ban was imposed on Catholics following -the 16th century Protestant revolution and remained even after the Catholic Relief Act of 1829, which removed most of the discriminatory laws against Catholics. St. Thomas More was the first layman - and the last Catholic -- to hold the office. ARKHOLA SAND AND GRAVEL COMPANY SPRINGDALE, FAYETTEVlLLE ROGERS, FORT SMITH The finest grapes in the World are grown in and near Tontitown. The finest in concrete and concrete products are produced and delivered by ARKHOLA. * TENDER JUICY STEAKS HOME-MADE SPAGHETTI OZARK CHICKEN Home Made Roils With All Meals Highway 68 W. Tontitown, Ark. i DIAL I 361-2562 TONTITOWN MASTER CHARGE & IANKAMERICARD WELCOMED HERE . J ' \\; Bowen's Restaurant HEW Aids Natural Birth Control Plan Washington (NC) -- A con- the project, said that he hopes tract for up to $115,600 to the results of the project will finance development of a cause clinic personnel to begin training curriculum for in- thinking in terms of teaching structors of natural family natural methods rather than planning methods in govern- thinking only in terms of ment-sponsored clinics has technological means, such as been finalized here by the U.S. the pill. Department of Health, Many people still believe that Education and Welfare and the natural methods of family Human Life Foundation. planning are simply the old The year-long project is rhythm method based on the designed to help alleviate the calendar, said Dr. Brennan, current shortage of trained who is also the president of the instructors of the natural National Federation of Catholic methods of family planning. Physicians' Guilds. In announcing the agreement, This new project, he added, Helen Chiaruttini, project will attempt to show that new director for HEW's Health techniques make natural Services Administration, said methods "safer than chemical, that the project is designed to more effective than provide "the same amount of mechanical." thought and counseling that go into the other methods" of The contract provides for family planning, reimbursing the Human Life Foundation for up to $115,600 for Federal law, she noted, requires that all clinics funded the costs of the project. by the federal government offer The foundation was several family planning established in 1968 by U.S. methods to its clients, bishops to carry out research Dr. John J. Brennan, who will and education in the natural Joins HoSpital Sister Barbara R.S.M., has joined the of 8t. Edward Met Hospital, Fort Smith. native of Greenville, Sister Barbara entered Religious Sisters of St. Louis in 1964, obtained nursing degree at Marill! College and had been at g John Mercy Medical CenV in St. Louis before coming I write a text to be used with the family planning methods of curriculum to be developed by birth control. Fort Smith. She will 1 rotating in the differe$1, departments at St. I ward's. Musings I., Lit CONTINUED FROM PAi N( (The following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television MUCH IS REQUIRED ct on the days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic ot Office for Motion Pictures, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General mother in the physical ; .r: Patronage;A-II, MorallyUnobjectionableforAduitsandAdolescents; A- material care of the child tit III, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable but the most important tr rl for Adults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, must be reserved to k Condemned). spiritual life of the offspl U SUANDAY, AUGUST 11 type of thing. Mother is the first and fore1 I l teacher of Christian princil h (ABC) - THE ITALIAN JOB She must provide the moral rn (1969) - Michael Caine comes THURSDAY, AUGUST 15 alivein tongue-in-cheek spoof of (CBS) -- ALFRED THE spiritual care through word q example.  grand larceny thrillers. Left the GREAT (1969) - The makers of And we must look with i plans of a fool-proof heist by a this elaborate British film are to hess upon the world t0t recently deceased master- be commended for their seeing millions of boys and t mind, Cairm organizes the job courage in attempting to bring growing up without under the aegis of Noel Coward, to screen life the remote, little --  .... ;o o-dloato ZmownNinth-CenturyEngland in hritign in*tructions. many parents are concef  operating from a London which the youthful prince, later about the physical welll prison. (A-II) king, rallied the feuding, only, and forget that demoralized Saxon tribes MONDAY, AUGUST 12 against their common enemy, ,children have souls. (ABC) -- THE CAR- the Vikings. Alfred (David PETBAGGERS (1964) .- Hemmings), the convinced EVERY CHILD is verY Suggestive reincarnation of the Christian, is nonetheless fearful pressionable, and mother iJ sensational bestseller novel by of love and plagued by a latent first school, the first unived It is she who largely shap Harold Robbins allegedly based zest for combat; Guthrun views, opinions, and mor on the life and high times of an (Michael York), is a ruthless the child. As the poet so elusive billionaire whose initials pagan warrior with a grudging expressed it. "The hand . are H.H., George Peppard respect for gentler ideals; and rocks the cradle rules claws his way to the top in Aelhswith, Alfred's queen world." business and Hollywood. (Prunella Ransome), strives We should be thankful for I Suggestive dialogue, situations, for personal dignity in an age many good and gen and costuming in turn suggest a where women were regarded as limited and adult audience, inanimate objects. (A-III) mothers who walk in the it steps of Mary, the mother 0 although the film has been Son of God. "Mothers who edited carefully for TV. Alan FRIDAY, AUGUST I6 Ladd, Carroll Baker, Elizabeth (CBS) - MARRIAGE TIMES proud to carry and bear a Such mothers are blessed Ashley co-star. (B) FOUR - Repeat of a marital God, and are deserving of t quartet of sitcoms, only one of salute. What punishment. TUESDAY, AUGUST 13 which (We'll Get By, starring God have in store for t (ABC) - PRAY FOR THE Paul Sorvino and Mitzi Hoag) is mothers who seek 2 WILDCATS - Adventure on two worth your time. The others are destruction of their unborv ' wheels marks this one as Andy duds. Griffith, William Shatner, (NBC) -- NUMBER ONE 1974 NC News Servi Robert Reed and preacher- man :turned "actor" Marjoe .(1969) -- Charlton Heston stars ., mount motorcycles for a wild as the aging, once-great ride down the rugged Baja quarterback of the New Orleans IVIJSSOUrJS TextbO  Saints. Personal conflict that Law voided California peninsula, enters a sports star's life when the enthusiasm of spectators Jefferson City, Mo. (N WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14 and sportswriters turn to scorn. Missouri's two-year-old  (ABC) -- MELVIN PURVIS, His lack of communication with Textbook Act, which lo G-MAN -- Rebroadcast of a pilot his career-girl wife (Jessiea several million dollars wo film starring Dale Robertson as Walter), leads to a one-night school books to nonpublic sc the super-tough FBI Special affair with a lady sports en- pupils, was declared i Agent who made a career of thusiast. (A-III) constitutional here by I blasting away the most Missouri Supreme Court. notorious gangsters and SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 In a 6-1 vote, the state outlaws of the late-Twenties and (ABC) -- MURDER OR court ruled that because! early-Thirties. MERCY -- Here's a timely film textbooks went to pupilS (NBC) -- REMEMBER (ha, ha!), depicting as it does a religious-affiliated schools law amounted to aid to reli# WHEN -- Repeat of a TV- situation revolving around a Aid toreligion, the court no' intended nostalgia bath written doctor (Melvyn Douglas) who is explicitly forbidden by! by Herman (Summer of '42) administers a fatal dose of Raucher. The story is a morphine to his terminally ill Missouri ConstitutH / glorified Waltons-Apple's Way wife. MIDWEST BEVERAGE, Inc. DISTRIBUTOR OF FALSTAFF and PABST 528 S. Hill Fayetteville, Ark.