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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 19

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 B3 Group Supports Church Split Meeting at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 1003 Allendale Road, West Palm Beach, the group - called Episcopalians United (EU) -agreed to approve the action of the Rev. James Mote, an embattled Denver priest who has left the church; Mote's action was a "very logical move," said the Rev. Peter F. Wat- By CARL HARDY Post Staff Writer. A group of about 25 Palm Beach County Episcopalians, unhappy with a recent church decision to permit the ordination of women, Sunday voted to support a Colorado priest who is leading an effort to declare independence from the church. tpBSSSfe CENTURY AND niMolll 1 .'t. 7Th Mar Trouble Hi Ct$ Into, TtiH CITY ' ' ' Mo"). 746-'.SM W A F"""'" M 6'- ill SC1TS SI 60 ' 1 JACK GFNFVIEVE LL W 1 TWO SHOWS NITELY lijjVj LEMON WJJOU) TILL 5PM ', 7:15 and 9:15 VyX(-,, ,,. , ,, , 7 nifC MATINEE SUNDAY J :tliHttSVl ' JPM HMH g I wttn j IHiift'tiro POUBLEFlAtTOrFUI j r u s 1 n pBchToTMii 2 GREAT IAFF FLICKS 5 PRAQUEl WELCH OONAID Bill COSBY SUTHERLAND JW1 j& terson, rector of Holy Spirit. "His action was very reasonable in the light that the church is in heresy." Several parishes, probably 40 throughout the United States, will follow Mote in declaring independence from the church after Jan. 1, said Richard E. Clark, a parishioner at Holy Spirit. Within the diocese of Southeast Florida, some women are now studying for the diaconate, Watter-son said. He added he would not be surprised to see women priests in this area in the near future. The group was told the action approving women's ordination was in violation of the church's constitution. Retired Canon Harold S. Olaf- son, formerly of the diocese of Long Island, N.Y., said, "It is not a matter of rules and regulations and laws and constitution." He predicted ordained women would have difficulty finding parish work because of a surplus of priests. Watterson termed "not valid" a recommendation made Dec. 2 by the Coalition of Apostolic Ministries. The coalition urged dissatisfied Episcopalians to remain within the church to work to reverse the decision to ordain women. Plans were discussed for a meeting of the Fellowship of Concerned Churchmen scheduled next year in St. Louis. The group has stated it may break with the Episcopal Church. New York Newspaper To Support Moon raffle EXCLUSIVE FIRST AREA LIMITED ENGAGEMENT ONE WEEK ONLY MM Okeechobee Blvd Haverhill Rd l FREE PARKING PH. 844-9296 SHOWING: Fl NOW "I ST, EROTIC "ONE OF INGMAR BERGMAN'S FINEST FILMS!" Judith Crist, Saturday Review "LIU ULLIiilANN'S PERFORMANCE IS SHATTERING!" was purchased by the Unification Church last May to be its World Mission Center. Dan Holdgreiwe, recently named as new director of public affairs for the Moon church organization, denied yesterday that it was the church itself that was starting the newspaper. "We are aware that the paper is being formed," he asserted. Editor & Publisher, the newspaper trade weekly, reported Sept. 25 that Moon, through a spokesman, had said one of his projects would be a daily English-language newspaper featuring "everything from world politics to the comics," to start here in 1977. The weekly said that his followers were already publishing a Tokyo daily, the Sekai Nippo, with a London newspaper being considered. (e) New York Times NEW YORK - Plans are being made for a new daily newspaper in New York City, supporting the causes of the Rev. Sun Myung Moon and his Unification Church of America. Named The News World, the publication is to be put out by News World Communications Inc., for which incorporation papers were filed with the Department of State in Albany Oct. 22. The stated purpose of the concern was to publish a daily newspaper and to produce radio and television programs and documentaries and other films. So far, the new enterprise has been recruiting staff through a Park Avenue personnel company, and operating out of offices at 481 Eighth Ave. at 34th Street the old New Yorker Hotel, the 2,000-room hotel STARLET" Jack Kroll, Ntwtw.tk DINO Dt LAURENT! 1 5 PRESENTS INGMAR BERGMANS I? 2:00 4:30 7:00 9:30 TODAY AT: 'FACE TO FACE' TODAY ATi 2i1MiU-7i00-Ii1S 7:00-4:004:00 7:45-9:30 -ro- n ALL SEATS - Starring - "FR0M NOON TIL THREE" Charles Bronson Jill Ireland EXCCPT HNDAY AT a. CI IhJ 1 CA LIVULLMANN "THE LONGEST YARD" Burt Reynolds -R- Ant 3 rM J Theaters Today- .ADULT THEATRE XXX L LATE H i : : . . . 1 SHOWS H NIGHTLY WE ARE TOPLESS! jLj the Dragon," 3:10, 6:15, 9:35 (R) LIGHTHOUSE TEQUESTA "Alex and the Gypsy," 7:15, 9:15 (R) MALL CINEMA 1-2-3-4 "Carrie," 2:15, 4:10, 6:05; Sneak Preview', 6, 10:00 (R) "Gnome Mobile," 1: 20, 3:30, 5:30, 7:40, 9:45 (G) 111 t V k W BV. W 2901 OHEtCHOBtE CLUO. "CHROME WHEEL "DIRTY OLD MEM" M H N H CIRCUS" "NOHMA'S GIRLS" COMPLETE PROGRAM CHANGE EVERY THURSDAY JlaGEc Lemmon LIVING IN THE CITY AND HAVING NOISY NEIGHBORS BRINGS ABOUT COMIC RESULTS 1 AT J 600 9:35 )f Fools BOYNTON TWIN CINEMA "The Longest Yard," 215,4:30, 7, 9:15 (R) "From Noon Till 3," 2, 4, 4,7:45,9:30 IPG) CAREFREE "Beyond the Grave," 2, 3:35, 5:10, 6:45, 8:20, 10 (PG) CENTURY CINEMA "Face to Face," 2, 4; 30, 7, 9:30 (R) CINEMA 70 "Marathon Man," 2: 20, 5, 7:30, 9:50 (R) DOLPHIN "The Magic X-mas Tree,"; "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," 1, 230, 4, "Gumball Rally," 545, 7:40, 9:35. (G) FLORIDA "Chinese Mack," 1: 30, 4.40, 7:50; "Jaws of (G); 'The Prisoner ot 2nd Avenue, 6, 9:35; "April Fools," 7:45 (PG) "The Front," 2:35, 4: 20, 6 05, 7:50, 9:40 (PG) TOWN-LAKE WORTH "Kazblan," (PG) See Ad for Times TWIN CITY CINEMA "Mother, Jugs and Speed," 2, 5:45, 9:30, "Mash," 3:45, 7:30 (PG) VILLAGER TEQUESTA "Shootist," 7:15, 9 (PG) DRIVE IN THEATERS BEACH "Office Girls," 7; "Personals," 8:40, "Swining High," 10 (X) BOULEVARD "Raw Meat," 7; "Survive," 8:35; "Blood Fiend," 10:05 (R) 7, 10:10; "Doctor Phibes Rises Again," 8:40 (R) SOUTH AREA BOCA MALL SIX "Car Wash," 6, 8, 9. 55 (PG) "Survive," 6, 8, 9:45 (R) "Marathon Man," 5: 15, 7:45, 9:55 (R) "The Amazing Do-berman,"6,8,9:45 (G) "Where Does It Hurt?" 6, 8, 9:45 (R) "Return ot the Man Called Horse," 5:15, 7: 45, 9:55 (PG) BOCA RATON TWIN "Death Collector," 2, 3:35, 5:10, 6:45, 8:20, 10 (R) "Mad Dog," 2:30, 4: 20,6:15,8:10, 10 (R) DRIVE-IN THEATERS GOLDCO AST DEER-FIELD "The Duchess and the Dirtwater Fox," 7, "Mother, Juge and Speed," 8:55; "Race With the Devil," 10:35 (PG) NEWLY PAVED PARKING LOT Xr oao n.nnwnu Inn USD - Riviara Be6ch Ph. S48-8803 In ot 7:45 iv rriaviivr JACK LEMMON in "THE APRIL fOOLS" -. of Second Ave. "Scenes From A Marriage," 2:30, 5 30, 8:30 (PG) "Man Who Would Be King," 2, 4:30, 7, 9 30 (PG) PARAMOUNT "Bad News Bears," 6, 8:10, 10:20 (PG) PLAJA 1-2 "The Magic X-mas Tree," 10:30, 12, 1:30, 3 II Rocking Chair Theatre HURRY, LAST FEW DAYS 1! I 2901 OKEECHOBEE BLUO. MjjkaNk J AT I fiSJ I 2:35 I America's Most Unlikely Hero. NOW SHOWIHGI AT THttl THIATRIS 1 1 1 1 II 1 1 l'f I ) 1 1 1 LAKESHORE- MARGATE DELRAY 1-2 "Beyond the Grave," 7, 10:10; "Doctor Phibes Rises Again," 8:40 (R) "Beyond the Grave," 7, 10:15; "Dr. Phibes I 6:05 F ti&t 9:40 VI "H r- WOODY ALLEN r.w m. - ir:iA . -i v i - tafl M H "THE FRONT" Rises Again," 8:40 (R) "Human Tornado," 7, "Man Who Fell to 10:25; "Dolomite," 8:45 Earth," 7, 10:35; (R) "Gimme Shelter," 905 (R) SKYDROME "Teenage Intima- "The Outlaw Josey cies," 7, 9:40; "Filthi-Wales," 7, 11; "High jst Show in Town," 8: Plains Drifter," 9:15 25 (R) (R) "Rollerball," 7, 11: 20; "One Flew Over the TRAIL Cuckoo's Nest," 920 "Bevond the Grave," (R) PHONE 659-1450 Circulation Service Department Hours: Monday - Friday 4:00AM 7:00PM Saturday 4:00AM 10:30AM Sunday 4:00AM 12 Noon the Palm Beach POST and TIMES I In' I lira Villi JW ill KsnH'nil'S AIIViiuiL itci J Jl GENERAL CINEMA-THEATRES 3401 CONGRESS AVE I .,nv,.. m CINEMA 70 $150 EVERYDAY 'TIL 2:30 CAREFREE SAT.& SUN. 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ONE OF OUR XMAS FILMS UN AOOITION TO Tm Ntr.uiAK PltOf.H.M IMIFTEI T rl "RUDOLPH till fTS-T STARTS CHRISTMAS AT THE RED-NOSED I I'll lLT4iJ41 7nl CI C 1 ,or" CUNT m. QMATIIT AFRICAN Aovunvm Kvin fhmo EASTWOOD 2:00-4:30-7:00-9:30 ADVENTURE IN All ITS G10RYI RETURNED FOR YOUR ENJOYMENT SEAN CONNERY MICHAEL CAINE "THE MAN WHO ph! WOULD BE KING" REINDEER' LFf ROGER MARVIN M0OHE SHOUT AT THE DEVIL HIGH PLAINS DRIFTER m CTVTTT"r If i "DR. PHIBES f in, T f'.Ml' lf l;J II I Irises again" V'"", I I I I I I I I I T T T T 1 221

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