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THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 20, 1974 PAGE 7 Registration Still Open vert Classes Offering Broad nsights into Catholic Teachings Rock Administration teachings of the Church, are coming Monday, Sept. 23, Baptism to conducted on Mondays from Father Robert Torres will of converts on Easter 7:30 to 9 P.M. at St. John's continue an explanation of the Y, March 30, is the goal of Catholic Center. Twenty-one Mass that was begun last in the Catholic Faith classes will precede the Easter Monday by Father John last Monday. Sunday rite. Oswald. Seven priests and one Father Tortes will return open to. all interested Religious Sister make up the Sept. 30 to talk about Jesus insights into the faculty for the course. On the Christ, His message, the impact of Movies Scheduled for TV will be broadcast on network television indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable ; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, SEPTEMBER 22 THUNDERBALL Scan Connery is James 007, in this adult on the novel by In this one, Bond auch of his time un- as he tracks down the hijacker of two nuclear-armed NATO bombers -- which are being held for 100- million pounds sterling in ransom. Or else, BOOOM! (A- I II ) MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 23 (NBC) -- RACHEL, RACHEL (1968) -- This is a fine film -- thoughtfully written, directed, Stuttgart $.HORST COMPANY, Inc. Estate-Insurance-Real Estate Loans Howard Horst - Jack Jacobs - Bill Koch t 3rd St. Stuttgart, Ark. 922-5612 tOKER-HAMPTON DRUG CO. "IN BUSINESS FOR YOUR HEALTH" Stuttgart, Arkansas S. MAIN TELEPHONE 922-5552 4. Dignity... for the funeral services of your loved ones. Let acted. It stars Jeanne Wood- ward as a painfully lonely and somewhat repressed woman living and teaching school in a small mid-American town. As Rachel, Miss Woodward is young enough to be very at- tractive, yet old enough to be justly concerned about becoming a dowdy spinster. Rachel falls hopelessly and helplessly in love. The affair is brief and intense, its conclusion harsh and bitter, and Rachel is left to ponder her options. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 (NBC) -- THE STRANGE AND DEADLY OCCURRENCE -- Premiere of a made-for- television film. This one stars Robert Stack and Vera Miles as brand-new owners of an old country house. They moved in and then strange things begin happening(ABC) - THE GREAT NIAGARA -- This is a rip- roaring made-for TV adventure starring Richard Boone as head of an unusual family. The family live right on the swift and deadly Niagara River, and have become famous for rescuing daredevils who try to ride over the great falls. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 25 (ABC) -- THE CALIFORNIA KID -- Martin Sheen and Vic Morrow are the leads in this made-for-television action melodrama involving a sadistic sheriff (Morrow) who doesn't like young drivers who speed through his tight-knit little high- way town -- so, he arranges of His coming and the Trinitarian relationship. The Church, as formed by the Spirit, will be taken up by Father James Mancini Oct. 7. He also will discuss the apostles, bishops and in- fallibility. Father Richard Strock, recently appointed director of religious education for the diocese, will continue on this subject Oct. 14, as he talks about priests, Religious, the diocese, saints and the local structure. Father John Oswald will return Oct. 21 for a session on the Bible, talking about the Old Testament, the history of salvation and how God formed his people. On Nov. 4, Sister Fides Gough, O.P., Father Strock's associate, will discuss the sacraments as a sign of God's love, their meaning as "in- stituted by Christ" and as they relate to the Liturgy. The next week Sister Fides will take up the Sacrament of Baptism. Father John Riddell is scheduled to present a class on the Eucharist Dec. 2. Do You Remember? 50 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardian reported: N. Little Rock -- Father McDermott gave a hearty welcome to three children, strangers to St. Patrick's parish last Sunday. They are friends from Bald Knob, whom he baptized several years ago. They are children of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clark, who recently moved here. Mr. Clark, a prominent druggist of Bald Knob, has taken over the Ellison drug store at 323 East Washington Street. 2S YF.ARS AGO THIS W FJEJC The Guardian reported: The GUARDIAN Want.Ad Section Tm Und Its Into Usel Is  See Wi A W- ! COLONIAL Home, two blocks from Catholic High. Five bedrooms. Living room. Formal dining room. Big kitchen with many cabinets, garbage disposal, built-in oven and ice-maker refrigerator. Family room with bar. Dining area. Three bathrooms. Utility room, Garage. Half basement. Central heat-air. 1 Hall Circle (Owner transferred) Telephone 664-6985 or 227-5555. SHADE YOUR HOME among tall pines on this Shamrock Dr. lot. Easy walk to Brady, Briarwood & Catholic High. Fitted for a 2 level home, giving full dollar value, quiet living - low traffic. Details The GUARDIAN CInssified Went Ad Section it /r REACH OVER 54,000 CATaOUCS EVERY WIIKI I *.E UOI WANT TS "1 i ws Lines 1T 4T 7T 10T 30T i r-':-" I : i=001= i,= i.001 = i A WANT AD WILL MOVE MERCHANDISE, GET YOU A JOB, FIND YOU & HOME. OO M(T ANYTHING! CALL  TODAYI GUARDIAN PRESS INC. P.O. BOX 7417 LrI-TLIE ROCK. ARK. 722ff? from Bos Boswell, 835-3756 or Hale Realty & Investments Inc., 835-7600. No. 693. A concelebrated Mass is scheduled for Dec. 8 .by the faculty, which also includes Father Richard Oswald, and Father Albert Schneider. After the Christmas holiday, Father Richard Oswald, on Jan. 6, will discuss sin and con- science. He will be joined by Father Schneider Jan.13 as they talk about moral issues, especially as they relate to conscience. Other subjects will include feticide, euthanasia, race, the morality of war and social justice. Father Mancini will take up penance at the Jan. 20 session at which he will explain the new rite and the essence of the sacrament. At the Feb. 3 session, Father Riddell will talk about Anoin- ting of the Sick, discussing its history and current application. Marriage theology from Scripture, the purpose of marriage, and the respon- sibilities of a family will be Father Schneider's Feb. 10 topic. Led by Father Richard Oswald, several Catholic couples on Feb. 17 will tell how living the Catholic faith affects their lives and those of their families. Living a Christian life daily -- acceptance of Faith, hope and love in daily life, and being a witness -- will be discussed by Father Strock March 3. A guest lecturer is scheduled March 10 on what is described as the last things -- death, purgatory, Heaven, hell, the devil and exorcism. The basis for the veneration of saints, especially Mary, will be explained at the March 17 session, conducted by Sister Fides. Also part of the session will be a reading and discussion of "'Behold Your Mother, Woman of Faith," published by the National Council of Catholic Bishops. The entire faculty will take part in the preparation for baptism and first confession on March 24. The baptism of converts on Easter Sunday will conclude the course. Gloria Allen Catholic Realtor 160 Acres - $600.00 an acre - Faulkner County. Pretty property - close to town - elec- tricity nearby. Call Gloria Allen, 225-5229, Res. FAUSETT & COMPANY REALTORS Univ. at Markham 664-3861 us attend to all details fatal "accidents" for them. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 Walnut Ridge -- Property has been secured and plans are I Fort Smith Guide I TURPIN FUNERAL HOME (CBS)--SKINGAME(1971)-- ready for erection of a $20,000 Missouri -- 1857, one mile from church and rectory combination art Ark. the town called Dirty Shame. four blocks from the center of James Garner, master of the Walnut Ridge, according to Father Joseph King. L0JI CLINTON The brick veneer structure  {][I. SOUTHLAND SEEDS, INC. serving the P. O. BOX 189 STUTTGART, ARKANSAS 72160 con game, and Lou Gossett, his cohort, prepare to expand their capital. The personable twosome milk the gullible folks across the midwest until Susan Clark, a thief in her own win- some way, adds a new dimension. (A-III) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27 (CBS) -- BONNIE AND CLYDE (1967) -- Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway, with fine support by Michael J. Pollard, Gene Hackman and Estella Parsons, star in a vivid and strikingly "real" recreation of the treadmill existence of the Barrow Gang, ill-fated bank robbers of the Depression Thirties. (A-IV) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 (NBC) -- THEATRE OF BI,OOD (1973) -- This very gruesome and morbid chiller has its genuinely amusing moments as Vincent .'Price, playing a B-grade Shakespearean actor spurned throughout his career by deliciously fulsome circle London critics, sets revenge. i RICE BELT BUTANE CO. Butane & Propane Gas bay or Night Service Sieger Heaters Tappan Ranges PHONE,g22-0731 will be a Spanish mission type that will extend 106 feet over- all, with a seating capacity of 120. The church will be 32 feet wide with living quarters in back extending to a width of 45 feet. The sanctuary and altar will be recessed. The property, consisting of three lots valued at more than $3,000, was the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baltz of Walnut a Subsequent workshops will be of held Nov. 3 at Jonesboro and up his Nov. 10 at Little Rock. The agenda includes a presentation on the main points of the "Directory for Masses with Children," several presentations by teachers on working with children and the Liturgy, ideas for forming a liturgy committee, resource materials, how to get started, and the sharing of experiences. Coordinating the workshop Nite PHONE 922-6953 1902 SO. MAIN -- STLrrrGART, ARK. " PHONE 225-3350 Dewitt - PHONE 926-4394 Ridge. Children's Liturgies To Be Studied Fort Smith -- The first of three workshops for implementing the "Directory of Masses with Children" will be held from 2 to 5 P.M. here Sunday, Sept. 29, at St. Boniface Parish Hall, North 18th and B Sts. The Liturgy workshop is designed for anyone involved in religious education or anyone interested in the subject. 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