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THE GUARDIAN, AUG. 30, 1974- PAGE 7 pictmes 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- ; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable ; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, SEPTEMBER 1 THE PRESIDENT'S IS MISSING - Repeat. highly improbable nse drama, made for TV, takes a Predent (Ted and has him flying at a time when the is threatening a coup. crashes in the desert, with no sur- but the President's nowhere to be found. A (Peter Graves) sets closely, but sinister opposition in of presidential aide who is pushing for a :-in of the V.P., Buddy Ebsen. Stay a surprise twist... SEPTEMBER 3 MRS. SUNDANCE -- a sequel, this more like a rip-off of Cassidy and the Sun- Kid." Storyline here Montgomery as "widow," returned after the big shoot- the original film. Bounty hunters are after her -- and perhaps the Kid himself, who is rumored to have sur- vived the gunfight . . WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4 (ABC) TRAPPED - Repeat of a pretty taut thriller. It's bad enough shopping these days, what with the rising prices and all, but when you get trapped in a department store after hours and are stalked by the attack guard dogs -- well, that really smarts! James Brolin stars. (NBC) -- IBM PRESENTS CLARENCE DARROW -- This is a specially prepared television adaptation of the recent stage triumph for actor Henry Fonda, "Clarence Darrow on Stage," by David W. Rintels, and based on the book, "Clarence Darrow for the Defense," by Irving Stone. The play is unusual, in that its format]s a series of dialogues in which only Darrow's responses and statements are beard. TIIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 (CBS) -- VILLAIN (1971) - Distasteful glimpse at the lower depths of the British un- derworld. RiChard Burton stars as a smalltime hood, con artist, sadist, homosexual, and Momma's boy. (B) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 (NBC) SANDBURG'S LIN- COLN: MRS. LINCOLN'S HUS- BAND -- Hal Hollbrook stars as the great man, and Sada Thompson appears as his wife Mary. The drama tonight, first in a six-part series of specials, is based on Lincoln's life as recounted in the massive biography by Carl Sandbarg. ANNIVERSARIES Of Departed Priests Wewer, O.S.B ................ Sept. 3, 1963 O.S.B ................ Sept. 5, 1948 .................. Sept. 6, 1963 Beatus Zisweiler ............. Sept. 10, 1888 Huwyler, O.S.B .............. Sept. 15, 1895 r Paul Krueger ................... Sept. 15, 1920 John P. Fisher ................ Sept. 17, 1933 J. Patzelt, S.V.D ............ Sept. 21, 1948 J. Steinhauer, S.V.D .......... Sept. 25, 1922 ................... Sept. 30, 1923 LABOR DAY DANCE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY PARISH HALL MARCHE, NORTH LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Saturday, Sept. 7th at 8:00 P.M. Music by THE KING'S MEN . (Original Steve Pruss Band) 2.50 per person AnticiPatory Mass at 7 P.M. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 (ABC) -- EVEL KNIEVEL (1971) Motorcycle enthusiasts may recognize the name as that of a real-life character whose story this slapdash film pur- ports to be, but from a cursory knowledge of the sport one suspects that the shock of recognition will be less than overpowering. (A-III) PUBLIC TELEVISION HIGHLIGHT THE KILLERS' LIVE ON Last season American The Wiederkehr wine making heritage goes back all the way to 1880 when the YOung Swiss immigrant, 3ohann Wieder- lehr, brought his family to Altus, Arkansas. e chose the location for his new home !n one of America's best grape-grow- Ing areas. Fort Smith Poe Wee Tournament Champions This is the I.C. Rangers baseball team of Immaculate Conception parish which recently won the Fort Smith Pee Wee League tournament, defeating First Baptist 15 to 14 in a game that went nine innings. From left in the front row are Jerry Schaefer, Gary Williamson, Jon Bercher, Hubert Post, Darrin Thompson, Richard Dupire, Mike television viewers were presented with a five-part series of 90-minute programs examining the five leading Shields and Chris Williamson. Second row, from left, Curtis Kinnard, Dale Thompson, Johnny Przybysz, Darin Graham, Robby Bicker, Steve McAlister and David Gross. In the back row are Coaches Larry Przybysz, Dale Thompson and Mel Dupire. Not pictured was Chris Boze. causes of death in the U.S.A. -- trauma, heart disease, genetic defects, pulmonary disease, and cancer. Beginning Sep- Infirmary Schools Graduate Twin Lakes Certified Laboratory Assistants School at St. Vincent Infirmary graduated the following: Little Rock -- Kay Adkins, Robert Anjulo and La Jo Red; North Little Rock -- Diane Krig; Casa - - Gloria Womble; E1 Dorado -- Anne Stephens; Heber Springs - Sheila Stark; Murfreesboro -- William Barnett; Plumerville - Rita Jones; Star City - Jan Carroll. Graduated under the VA-SVI Respiratory Therapy Technician Training program were: Little Rock -- Mary J. Cope and James Hynson. FELON DEPORTED Manila, Philippines (NC) - Benjamin Mendoza y Amor, 39, who tried to stab 'Pope Paul VI during the Pontiff's visit to this country in 1970, has been deported to Bolivia, his native country, after serving four years in prison. Little Rock -- At exercises last night in the University of Arkansas Medical Center auditorium here , St. Vincent Infirmary graduated 65 students from its seven health career schools. Sister Margaret Vincent Bladford, S.C.N., the In- firmary's president and chief executive officer, delivered the commencement address. Diplomas were awarded by the adminstrator, A. Jack Reynolds. Listed by cities, graduates of the School of Practical Nursing were :Little Rock - Betty Akins, Jeanmaire Brunner, Beverly Carlton, Susan Cassat, Jeanne Dixon, Glenda Elam, Virginia Freemyer, Anna Gaiser, Linda Hale, Brenda Hulme, Mary McClendon, Maxine Madden, Denise Oberle, Mary Ringgold and Helen Roberts; North Little Rock -- Janet Crace; Batesville - Teresa Heald; Benton -- Cheryl Scott; Bryant -- Charlotte Elizabeth Wallace; Morrilton -- Ann Elizabeth Choate and Gaylin Louise Hoelzeman; Stephens -- Susan Lynn Long; Wynne -- Linda Sue Wing field. Graduated from the School of Medical Technology were: Little Rock -- Andrew L. Estes, Diana Staples Johnson, Donald William Sampson and Laura Wilchman Westbrook; Batesville -- Rick Bearden and Kathie Rowlett Grady; Fort Smith -- Kathryn Denise Heim; Hot Springs -- Kathleen Barry Hatcher; Magnolia - Deborah J. Baker; Ozark -- Frances Lane Haberer; Pine Bluff -- Gurdip K. Bhangoo; Yellville - Peggy Ann Benton. From the School of Nuclear Medicine Technology, those graduated were: North Little Rock - Mike T. Kordsmeier, R.T.; Batesville -- Dallas E. Stricklin, R.T.; Waldron - Patricia Hawkins, R.T., C.T. School of Nurse Anesthetists tember 2 and running on con- secutive nights through Sep- tember 6, the series will return to PBS stations for a re-run. Gary Dean Steele; Mabelvale-- Mena -- On account of a shortage of funds, the local public high school has an- nounced a tuition fee of $5 per month, an innovation that will probably increase the enrollment at St. Joseph's Academy. 2S YEARS AGO THIS WEEK The Guardlan reported: In the Around the Diocese column, His Excellency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher wrote: Gloria Allen Catholic Realtor 1717 Lilac Cr. -- New listing. Atlractive home with Aluminum Siding, 3 bedrooms, large fenced level yard. Priced in mid-teens. A Bargainl Call Gloria Allen, 225-5259, Res. FAUSHT & COMPANY REALTORS Univ,. at Markham 664-3861 # HELP PREVENT b FOREST FIRES . IN THE SOUTH APB alo wit Ma Young's Funeral Directors of Distinction JERRY Y .Oq l)hNmUur II Ik,d Admm J I II I L_ 00u00rl00&r INC. TUS. ARKANSAS I JohannWiederkehr was awine maker. 0 $ a c'I So lshls son. So are his son's sons. i The Wiederkehr wine making heritage   y, th . V  o f [ 9ouuS back all the way to 1880 when the i i ,cud E ,ol d l ,_ ung Swiss immigrant, Johann Wieder- .  h te  ( ne .lehr, broughthisfamilytoAItus, Arkansas. 1  r,es """1 e chose the location for his new home , g4y  s he t; .. !n one of America's best grape-grow- ) .=en t )t .hr i , Ing areas. _ Hissoncontinuedtoplantthenoblest i I  , ,, ] ura,oe varieties and produce fine wines. I II i P [71] [ _ Afldhisson'ssonsarecarryingonthe Iplv  i i,w, i 't'lily tradition, t IN :. a : J s s Today, the Wiederkehr line of fine wines includes a wide selection of deli- cious white, red and rose' wines and champagnes. And 94 years of wine making heritage go into every bottle of Wiederkehr wine. "Van Buren -- A little more than a hundred years ago -- about 1847 -- the first recorded Mass was said in a room on the second floor of a brick building Owned by Mr. Michael Lynch on Main Street. "It was impossible to build during the time of the Civil War but in 1872, a church was completed on Broad Street and was dedicated by Bishop Fit- zgerald in honor of St. Michael, the glorious patron of Mr. Lynch, the greatest benefactor of this first little church. "In 1907, this first church was destroyed by fire. The priest's home adjoining this early church was only slightly damaged. This was St. Michael's first rectory. It was shortly after this time that the ,wiSe decision was made to build the present attractive brick church on a new, more spacious location on North 13th St." L 862-3475 RADIO SERVICE CO. ItU OUACHITA VALLEY DAIRY I, ].01 East 5t.h Street LLI00$ Timmins !  Hardware & Furniture Co. i 8-7104 - Your Westlnoum Dealer - E1 Dorsdo