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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 20, 1974 PAGE 11 00,00leuificafions of Movies Scheduled for 111/ J lhe following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television '[e days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic forgettable network adventure ]ee for Motion Pictures, are:A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General series Sierra. It is a typical, alronage; A-II, MorallyUnobjectionableforAdultsandAdolescents; A- unimaginative Jack Wehb ,,cMorally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable I 0dults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, Productions programmer. Clli"emned). CHRISTMAS DAY [JNDAY, DECEMBER 22 (CBS) - I HEARD THE OWL WED., DEC. 25 CALL MY NAME -- Knowing [C) -- STAR! (1968) -- that a young priest (Tom Nothing worth watching -- w$1 ly, lively musical based on Courtenay) is dying even unplug your TV set for the day. P J ife of stage star Gertrude li(" though the priest himself is not reri "ence, with Julia Andrews yet aware of it, a Canadian THURSDAY, DECEMBER26 , e lead role. Hel: charac- Bishop (Dean Jagger) assigns iation and her singing him as minister to a remote (CBS) - WILD ROVERS Ld,' Ig with thesinging of the community of Indian fishermen (1971) -- William Holden and Lid of the cast) are excellent, in British Columbia. Living Ryan O'Nealare quite effective itl he film really shines in re- close to nature as the Indians in this flawed but engagingly ting the national at- do, and sharing with them a bitter-sweet exploration of # here circa World War I respect and awe for their ordinary cowpokes gone bad gh World War II. This ruggedly beautiful surroun- due to hard times. The [,- ctive is both interesting dings, the priest comes to know characterizations are the film's illuminating, with the and accept the meaning of his strong points; its plot is rather d touch of a "docutnen- own early death - and in ex- shaky. (A-III) F' film-within-the-film in change leaves a spiritual legacy k and white. (A-II) _ to his parish. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 27 0NDAY, DECEMBER23 TUESDAY, DECEMBER24 (CBS) - THE LAST RUN (1971) -- George C. Scott, after IBC) . SCROOGE (1970) -- (ABC) - UNWED FATHER - nine years of going straight, is Velous screen version of the Rebroadcast of a so-so reactivated as a professional tens' classic tale, "A production dealing with teen- getaway driver to help spring a Stmas Carol," with Albert age parenthood. A young young convict. Scott handles the ,ey in a crafty turn as the student wants to keep his required ambushes, chases, and iser Ebenezer Scrooge. pregnant girlfriend's baby double-crosses with precision tey is a thoroughly craven rather than put it up for and, although the film itself bug. His singing of "I Hate adoption, remains unbelievable, it is }le" is very funny. Scrooge neat Christmas package. (NBC) - PARK RANGERS -- nonetheless involving. (A-III) ) This was the pilot film for the ;;;;;;;;;:::::::::::::::::: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28 !iiiii tal 1974 75 :,:,: Offic School Calendar ',! 1975 6 -- School reopens {Monday). 17 -- End, Second Quarter. Exams completed. Jan. 24, last te for reports to parents. Quarter: 44 days. 17-21, Mental Maturity Test, Grade 1. (Tests canbe given day of this week.) '. 21 --End, Third Quarter. Exams completed. March 28, last Y for reports to parents. ird Quarter: 45 days. 28 -- Good Friday, No school. 31 - April 4 -- SpK, ng Holidays. 7 -- Schools reopen. 8 -- Ascension Thursday. No school. ,30 -- End, Fourth Quarter. Exams completed.Schools close. report cards. Quarter: 43 days. ber of School Days: 176 may be granted by the Pastor. from this calendar are to be reported to the diocesan office. (NBC) - MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS (1971) -- Historical drama details the downfall of Mary, Queen of Scots in a 16th- Century power struggle that makes the 1972 presidentl campaign look like a game of checkers. Vanessa Redgrave and Glenda Jackson, as Queen Mary of Scotland (a Stuart) and Elizabeth of England (a Tudor), respectively, slug it out dramatically and politically in a contest of the wits and wills between two utterly egotistical but otherwise completely op- posite personalities. (A-III). Studying Theology in Stuttgart Eight weekly classes for adults of Holy Rosary parish provided an in-depth study of Father Melvin Farreil's book, "Theology for Parents and Teachers." The religious education program, which concluded Nov. 26, was directed by Sister M. Michael O.P., of St. Mary's parish, Helena, where she is religious education coordinator, assisted by her Stuttgart counterpart, Sister M. Yvonne, O.S.B. Jesus CONTINUED FROM PAGE 10 that God was personified in Him, was uniquely present in Him, and that when man ex- periences Him, he experiences the Father who is present in Him. No wonder He was crucified for blasphemy! YET, FOR ALL that Jesus did identify Himself in a messianic role, He was immensely human. We identify with Jesus because we see Him in the familiar struggles faced by all human beings -- hunger, fatigue, rejection, disillusionment, decision-making, death. What's more, it is His humanness that is the key to our salvation. "ALL REVELATION occurs, as the Gospel says, because "the Word was made flesh," wrote theologian Anthony Padovano. "We are not redeemed in the divinity of Christ. We are redeemed precisely in His humanity. This is the whole point of the Gospel message." How Jesus' work of salvation goes on is the great unfinished Follow Aquinas, 1 Pope Advises Do You Vatican City (NC)-- St. Thomas Aquinas' groundrules I tiKIllUt=lg"m"--'"'> for the study of philosophy should be used today in discerning what is valid in 50 YEARS AGO contemporary thought, ac- THIS WEEK cording to Pope Paul VI. Yhe Guardian reported: Pope Paul made the ob- Little Rock--Subiaco Alumni servation in a 29-page Latin appointed a committee for their message addressed to Father ,honners Guide annual ball, to be held at the Vincent de Cuesnongle, master Marion Hotel Tuesday night, general of the Dominicans. This kJll I$ r Leo Krebs is chairman, Charles year the Church is marking the , Isenman, treasurer, Paul Maus 700th anniversary of the death ' and Mrs. OskarRust, aides. The of St. Thomas Aquinas, the hie and Dependable Since 1903 reception committee includes Dominican theologian and BANK OF PONCAHONTAS Phone 892-5286 Ark. - Member F.D.I.. LADIES'-MEN-BOY'S APPAREL Always at Popular Prices MOST MODERN BEAUTY SHOP IN TOWN Burke's Shop ................ PHONE 892-3191 McDANIEL HARDWARE AND FURNITURE COMPANY G. E. APPLIANCES Phone 892-5231 On Pocahontas" Busiest Corner r I Frigidaire APPLIANCES BALTZ EQUIPMENT CO. Highway 67 end 62 at "Y" Equipment -- Motor Trucks -- Parts and Service PHONES: 892.5254 or 892.5255 AHONTAS ARKANSAS Donald Briggs, Gip Robertson, Frank Isenman, John Kirspel, John H. Dehmer, Hubert Jung, and Robert Wetzel. On the decorations committee are Arthur Dowell, Sidney Dowell, Edward Kirspel, Walter Murphy, Edgar Hicks, Carl Jung and Carl Bopp. 25 YEARS AGO THIS WEEK ae Guardian rel)orte: Jonesboro -- Both the old and new members of the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary at Holy Angels Academy enjoyed the recent reception festivities. At the reception nine new mem- bers were received. They were Martha Hager, Rosemary Evans, Anna Bell Lehr, Joanna Dzienonski, Jacqueline Meyer, Clara Ritter, Jane France Riga, Danuta Magruta, and Jeanette Hess. Also members of the Sodality were Teresa Ritter. Mary Louise Saranie and Dorothy Novak. Musings CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 closer and closer to the stable, the youngsters thrill with ex- citement of it all and look for- ward with most painful eagerness to that wonderful day when Mary and Joseph and the shepherds will all be in the stable and the Baby Jesus will be born. Keep then the season of Advent, not of advertisement. Each day walk a little way on the road to Bethlehem in the company of Mary. Doctor of the Church. II 'HEW' IS FETICIDAL Washington (NC)-- Officials of the Department of Health, Education and Welfare have admitted to NC News Service that HEW has been and con- tinues to finance,abortions as a method of family planning despite an understanding that Congress intended that this not be done. Guardian Ads Are A Good Investment I business in this world. Each man must discover for himself how to feed the hungry, give drink to the thirsty, forgive enemies, and do good to those who persecute him. Each man must discover for himself what it means to love, to be just, to be a peacemaker. YET THE GREATEST mistake is to think one can carry on all alone and by himself the work initiated by Jesus. Jesus triggered off a,new kind of relationship, a corporate life, a community -- the Church - where, in the name of Jesus, men would bind themselves to the message of Jesus and live their lives according to its guidelines; proclaim His Good News; eat the "Supper" together in joy, jubilation, and expectation of sharing His unending life; and by their lives make Jesus effective in all ages, times and places, keeping God wedded to humanity. () 1974 NC News Service SCN Repeat Ban on Abortions Nazareth, Ky. (NC) - No abortions will be performed in any hospital operated by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth, the order declared here in a reaffirmation of its position. The position was adopted by the beard of trustees of the Nazareth Literary and Benevolent Institution and approved by Sister Barbara Thomas, superior general of the order and moderator of the board. In a statement, the order said, "abortions are forbidden by the teachings of the Catholic Church and will not be per- formed in any health institution owned and operated by the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth." The Sisters operate St. Vin- cent Infirmary, Little Rock. Gloria Allen HOUSES IN HOLY SOULS PARISH are in great demand. If you or your friends are thinking of selling your home, call me for a free analysis. Call Gloria Allen 225-5259 res. FAUSETT & COMPANY REALTORS Univ. at Markham 664-3861 [ [ CLINTON Bridal Registries FURNITURE CO. Our Specialty 219 North 14th St. 19 Rogers Ave. Fort Smith Mrs. Joe lMarg) Breen r PHONE 783-8281, AbmCA FINEST CARPET MOHAWK- LEES Alford's Est. 1886 The House of.Carpets 1020 Lexington DIAL 82-8616 Fort Smith, Ark. 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