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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1980 PAGE 7 REVIEW by USCC Office for Film and Broadcasting. (Orion this irrational act. Many of mummy of a Bergman's best films have to fulfill an penetrated surface behavior with to probe the emptiness and for despair of a tormented soul. archeologist Here, the opposite is true. We Heston) who never get inside the Except. for characters or have any eerie opening feelings for them and it is the is a rather film that is empty. Because of story whose extensive nudity, it has been is its Egyptian rated B -- morally ob- in the Valley of jectionable in part for all -- by of some the U. S. Catholic Con- s, and the ference's Department of plot Communication. The MPAA has been rated has rated it R-- restricted. unob- -- by the Conference's Vatican Art Work of Cam- The MPAA has To Tour U.S. Cities LIFE OF THE (Associated Bergman's is-not only a it is a bore. shows a man ite and then corpse. The rest devoted to flash- that to explain rlAL RESTORATION & CLASSES DESIGN --5:30 RDAY I 75B-8641 ] Vatican City (NC) - The Vatican Museums will exhibit a selection of their art works in three American cities in 1983, the Vatican newspaper, L'Osservatore Romano, said. New York, Chicago and San Francisco will be the sites for the unusual exhibit. It will he co-sponsored by the Vatican Museums and the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and promoted by Terence Cardinal Cooke of New York, president of the American Friends of Religion in Art. L'Osservatore Romano called the major exhibit abroad "unprecedented for the Vatican." It said the showing will be arranged in such a way as to provide not only a look at some of the VaUcan's famous artwork, but also a perspective on the development of the Vatican collection since the Renaissance and its work to save and preserve artistic works. FAYETTEVILLE SHOPPERS GUIDE BRENNAN-BOYD ICTION COMPANY COMMERCIAL INSTITUTIONAL Fayettevilte, Arkansas 442-2751 's Chapel .-7314 Fayetteville, Ark. luT  NATIONAL st, tom SELECTED MORTICIANS the good in Continued From Pg. 1 pression of feelings in the marital relationship and the third is empathic un- derstanding and spiritual restoration of persons af- fected by separation and divorce. The Pro-Life Committee had an interesting program with slides and explanation by Mrs. Mary Jo Grimmett, director of the Pregnancy Problem center in Jonesboro, which uses non-judgemental approach and offers to the women authoritative in- formation about the process and possible effects of abortion, as well as the alternatives to abortion. The Center operates entirely with volunteer staff and is sup- ported by inter- denominational community groups. Three other workshops dealt with problems of con- temporary society, which women need to be aware of and become involved in -- namely, dangerous waste disposal, which affects life and health and damages the environment. Dr. Desiree Meyer, member of the Governor's Committee, demonstrated the complexity of the problem of industrial waste and the long-lasting effects of water and air pollution, which can cause specific diseases and genetic defects. Patricia Pinkley, a chemist, and Barbara Hovland, both members of Youth Ministry Activities Vary El Dorado -- The Youth of Holy Redeemer parish here have had an active and in- volved youth ministry program this fall. To start off their CCD program, the youth held a "Youth Awareness Day," conducted by Bob Ziegler, Mary Jane Borst and Sister Geraldine. The day closed with a pizza party under the leadership of Mary Jo Cummins, Youth co- chairman, assisted by mothers. On every third Sunday of the month, the youth lead the congregation in a guitar Mass and give the readings. As part of their remote preparation for Confirmation, the youth assisted in apostolic programs. They helped the Knights of Columbus in their annual drive for the mentally retarded and held an all- night "Rock-A-Than" for the benefit of St. Jude's Hospital, collecting $548.Every Sunday, the youth take turns working in the nursery during the 10:30 A.M. Mass. The youth also honored the Senior-Golden Age members of the parish in an afternoon of fun and games and a get- acquainted time, ending with a pot-luck supper. WE HAVE MO YES LAWS PHARMACY HAS MOVED THE ELSWORTH ROAD SIDE OF COOPER CLINIC TO ;NCAN ROAD SIDE OF THE CLINIC! WE HAVE JUST NEXT DOOR TO WALDRON PLACE MEDICAL CENTER OUR NEW NAME WILL BE LAWS CENTRAL PHARMACY WALDRON PLACE MEDICAL CENTER I SOUTH WALDRON ROAD PHONE 452-3177 FORT SMITH DCCW Elects New Officers Concerned Citizens of Eureka Springs, were the discussants in this workshop and con- tributed their experience with citizen action in the Clean Water Project in their community. Father Joseph Blitz provided first-hand in- formation about the problems of refugees world-wide and particularly about the ex- perience at Fort Chaffee, which was greatly exacer- bated by administrative procedures and by highlighting of the incidents in the press. The workshop on Volun- tarism was headed by Mrs. Pearl Herman, an advocate in the Arkansas Department of Human Services, who reviewed the great needs of volunteer services in the various agencies of the state. The speaker at the banquet was Dr. Frances Rothert, past DCCW president, who spoke about her 17-year service with the Catholic Relief Services in the Carribean, setting up maternal and child car clinics, training midwives and first-aid volunteers and organizing courses in basic knowledge of health and nutrition. Mrs. Azile Wrape, who recently completed a term as provincial director of the National CoUncil of Catholic Women, spoke about the 60th anniversary of NCCW and symbolically demonstrated with a beautiful banner the contributions of women as jewels radiating from a diamond - the NCCW. Bishop McDonald also commented on the important role of women in the Church and, as a sur- prise finale of the banquet, presented Mrs. Wrape with the Diocesan Service Medal in recognition for her many years of service.Father Rossi, pastor of St. Elizabeth's Church, concluded the event with a blessing. 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