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THE GUARDIAN, MARCH 29, 1974 PAGE 7 |Classifications of Movies Scheduled for 11/ [ following motion pictures will days indicated. The ratings, Motion Pictures, arei A-I, i ; A-If, Morally Unobjectim Unobjectionable for Adults th Reservations be broadcast on network television indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic , are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General .; A-If, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- ; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable ; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, I, SUNDAY, MARCH 31 _.BC) THE MOVS c?:]s Up as a splend p , sg the colorful history m lluerican movie since its .uetion 80 years ago. The mlranl runs for four hours, Vill be presented in two nts (Part II will air ay, April 1). Some of the [ SUbject areas covered in  LY,',s show include "The 4:' "The First Stars," 'Talkies," and "Fun and ." Each of the sub- lI0ns is narrated by a h llt Hollywood personality. ,..MONDAY APRIL 1 IC) --' DOUBLE TURE --Two more trial balloons as pilots. "The Girl on the Late, Late Show" follows Don Murray as a talk-show producer who tries to track down a faded movie star. "Honky Tank" stars Richard Crenna as a con artist wan- dering the old West of the 1880's. TUESDAY, APRIL 2 (ABC) -- MOON OF THE WOLF -- Rebroadcast of an unusually well done horror- suspense thriller, presented as an updated turn of the werewolf tale -- given a thoroughly spooky atmosphere in the Louisiana bayou country. David Janssen is the sheriff, Brad Dillman a mysterious scion, Barbara Rush his elusive sister. " Around INUED FROM PAGE 4 LITTLEROCK olo,' wa t neaker St Theresa s Altar Society I ,all ol, ..__ _he s - ' " . arch 20 session, will meet Wednesday evening, gt qVe members of the Mater April 3, in the parish gym- [  Altar-Rosary Society, nasium where plans for an April qaanied by Mrs. Jimmy 7 open house and an April 30 uJ ?, Northwest Deanery newcomers "spring potluck" )dent, attended the will be discussed. Hostesses will an Council of Catholic be members of the White Queen I0 ,nraeetinR in Fayetteville Circle, Mrs. Jenny Rush and sl .h 12. Mrs.B. F. Hartnett of Mrs. Nick Wirzfeld, eochair- "ton won the door prize, men. s !400t, ANNIVERSARIES ? Of Departed Priests Priests who have labored in the spiritual and tvmporalinturestsof Iople of Arkansas are presented here on theiranniversaries lare recommended to the faithful of theDiocese for remembrance their prayersand Holy Mass. (NBC) -- 1974 ACADEMY AWARD PRESENTATIONS -- Hollywood's 46th annual shower of self-adulation. With Burt Reynolds and Diana Ross as hosts, telecast live from the Dorothy Chandler Pavillion in Los Angeles. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3 (ABC) -- THE GUN AND THE PULPIT -- Made-for-television Western starring the boy- wonder-preacher-turned-actor, Marjoe Gortner. A slick young gunfighter, Gortner, barely escapes death by hanging, and hides out in a little uptight town disguised as a preacher. One of the more colorful supporting actors is a fellow named Slim Pickens, and that's about all this one offers. (NBC) -- CROWN MATRIMONIAL -- Hallmark Hall of Fame presentation is specially adapted TV version of the London stage play by Royce Ryton about the events that led to King Edward VIII of England's abdication and subsequent marriage to American divorcee Wallis Warfield Simpson. FRIDAY, APRIL 5 (CBS) -- TIlE FAMILY Obituaries CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 pastor, Father Joseph N. Doyle, V.F. Mrs. Attwood, who was born July 9, 1897 in New Edinburg, Ark., was married to William F. Attwood. Survivors include a son, Max F. Attwood of North Little Rock; a daughter, Mrs. W.F. Campbell of Phoenix, Ariz.; two brothers, Ollie Offutt itll r St. Clair Joseph Peoples ................. Apr!l 2, 1955 of Clearwater, Fla., and Paul . r.Joseph G. Laughlin ..................... April 4, 1951 Offutt of Springhill, La.; two itsgr. PatrickEnright ................... April 10, 1911 sisters, Mrs. Annie Hicks of 1 er M. McGill .................. ........... April 10, 1923 r John Hoendrop, S.V.D .........  ........ April 15, 1938 Pine Bluff and Mrs. Aubrey Vance of New Edinburg; six L r Eugene Knoff, O.S.B .................... April 15, 1951 grandchildren and one great r Meinrad EDo,'(__ .S.B. ................ April. 17, 1921 grandchild. rPintanKraemer, O.S.B ................. April18, 1935 A Rosary service was con- Funeral erAnthonyJ. Wernke .................... April 19, 1929 ducted in the Owens ,ur Joseph W. Laura ...................... April 20, 1971 rMichaelJudt ......................... April23,1942 Home March 18 by Father ler Otto P. Butterbach .................... April 23, 1960 Doyle. lt rlichardEveld, O.S.B ................... April24,1953 Burial was in Roselawn r Joseph A. King ....................... April 27, 1967 * 116 WEST ELM * ELDORADO, ARK. - 101 East 5th Street ]l) Timmins il "" Hardware & Furniture Co. 63-7104 - Your Wegdnghouse Dealer - El Dorado Memorial Park,-Little Rock, Pallbearers were Joe Nowell, Harold Hicks, Frank Pain- dexter, W.P. Grantham, Paul Ligon Offutt and The Rev. Earl B. Carter. , -- Hoop Tourney e -uaon -/ R.R. (Bob) Brown, Jr. Hegl t!g. And}, G. Ritger .,,. @( Underway TOP QUALITY OUACHITA VALLEY DAIRY Serving South Young's Funeral Directors of Dshnchon JERRY YO____ UNG, " [] D;::trkanlal .] 862-3475 ']1 tAmO co. eea 41  end 11 APPLIANCES ll_ ao West Main Little Rock -- The Greater Little Rock Parochial League is in the midst of its annual basketball tournament at the Arkansas Baptist College gymnasium at 17th and Bishop Streets here. St. Augustine's is host for the tournament, which began yesterday, March 28, continues today and will end tomorrow, March 30, for two divisions, seventh and eighth grades, and fifth and sixth grades. Father John J. McDaniel of Holy Souls parish is tournament chairman and Rev. Rochester Rodgers is acting chairman. Schools participating in the seventh-eighth grade tour- nament are St. Patrick's, Holy Souls 7th grade, West Side Wildcats, St. Theresa, St. Mary's, Immaculate Con- ception, First Lutheran 7th grade and Holy Souls 8th grade. Semi-final games are at 8:45 and 10:20 A.M. Saturday, with the third place game at 12:45 P.M. Saturday and the championship game at 2:40 P.M. Saturday. In the fifth and sixth grade division, entrants are Good Counsel, St. Patrick's, Holy Souls, First Lutheran, St. Augustine's, Immaculate Conception, St. Theresa and St. Mary's. Semi-final games will be at 8 and 9:35 A.M. The third place game will be at noon Saturday and the championship game at 1:40 P.M. Tournament admission is 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children. lew Catholic Daughters These 11 women are new members of Court Our Lady of Perpetual Help No. 1223, Catholic Daughters of America, Little Rock. They are Mrs. William Blackburn and Mrs. Albert Kelly of St. Bartholomew's parish; Mrs. Alvin Bujarski, Miss Everlena Clayborn, Mrs. David A. Deaton, Mrs. James R. Hendrick, Mrs. Fred Langham, Mrs. Howard Moore and Mrs. Alfred J. Saucier, all of Good Counsel parish; Mrs. Lawrence E. Scheving of Christ the King parish; and Mrs. Joe G. Waggoner of Holy Souls parish. They were received into the court at a Mass in Good Counsel Church March 17, offered by the chaplain, Father Louis J. Janesko. Mrs. Mary Albertine was usher and lector. A meeting, conducted by Regent Mrs. Nell Earnest, and a reception followed the Mass. Guests included State Regent Mrs. Kathryn Turchi and Mrs. Margaret Karlovic of Pine Bluff and Acting Regent Mrs. Mildred Engster, Miss Mary Ann Chudy and Mrs. Helen Jablonski of Court Queen of Peace, North Little Rock. KOVAK -- Ninety-minute pilot is a late-comer in the current wave of "ethnic" and "relevant" sit-cams threatening to swamp prime- time viewing hours. who later became Pope John XXIII.. SATURDAY, APRIL 6 (NBC) -- A SliOT IN "THE DARK (1964) -- Frequently hilarious, occasionally tasteless and mildly offensive farce (ABC) -- PORTRAIT: A MAN starring Peter Sellers as a WlIOSE NAME WAS JOHN -- super-incompetent French police inspector trying to solve Rebroadcast. Raymond Burr a murder mystery and not only stars in a special dramatic making a mess of the in- presentation based on a true vestigation, but managing to incident in 1942 in Turkey in the increase the number Of victims life of Angelo Roncalli, the man as well. (B) Baton Rouge B i shop Reti res Washington - Pope Paul VI has accepted a request for retirement from Bishop Robert E. Tracy, 64, of Baton Rouge, La., and has appointed Ar- chbishop Philip M. Hannan of New Orleans to be Apostolic Administrator of the Baton Rouge see. The retirement of Bishop Tracy was announced here by Archbishop Jean Jadot, Apostolic Delegate in the U.S. Bishop Tracy recalled his approval several years ago of a 10 year tenure for pastors and five years for associate pastors, and observed he wanted to "give a little good example" after 13 years as the first Bishop of Baton Rouge. II Gloria Allen 31 acres prime property - Zoned Commercial. Fronts on Freeway - with access road. All cleared. 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