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THE GUARDIAN, SEPT. 13, 1974 PAGE 7 :::i::.. $heduled foe TV in Arkansas e following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television days indicated. The ratings, provided by the National Catholic for Motion Pictures, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General nl' nage; A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- [ll'orally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable w'Ldults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, t r eraned). SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 15 thirties -- both the musicals and the horror flicks. More selective &I]C) _. FIDDLER ON THE audiences are more likely than L )0F (1971) -- There:s fine not to be turned off by a tale of o ally entertainment this two mothers (Bobble Reynolds, *Wing film adaptation of the Shelley Winters) who flee to Los vt Igest-running musical in ,el adway history. Topoi stars Angeles to escape the harrassment their sons' murder to' Tevye, milk seller in the little convictions have brought upon h arist-era Russian village, them. (A-III) POse life -f Jewish Orthodox 'filled wih joy and sadnes catways buoyed by the spirit TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 17  eternal hope. Struggling in le of cultural and political o to find suitable husbands I' [t hm three dowryless Prhters, Tevye has more .. a share of earthly dlenges. But his faith and iStt,  and sheer love of life and .kind keep him and-the t Ilily going. (A-I) , 0NDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 ;'t'ilC) - WHAT'S THE MAT- $1 i I WITH HELEN? (1971) -- sl; e title here poses an  grossing question for rieaOned} filmgoers who eeber those movies of the r pU (NBC) -- TERROR ON THE 40TH FLOOR - Premiere of a made-for-television thriller about a fire that traps several workers on the top floor of a high-rise office building. The plot is one of movieland's oldest chestnuts, and the trick here will be to make it all seem fresh and exciting. For stark realism, the producers actually burned a condemned building at Long Beach, Cal. (ABC) -- THE SEX SYMBOL - - Connie Stevens and Shelley Winters star in the premiere of a lurid melodrama based oh-so- loosely on the more sensational details of Marilyn Monroe's life. Miss Stevens, of course, plays the sex symbol, and Miss Winters is cast as a vitriolic Hollywood gossip columnist. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 18 (ABC) -- THE DAY THE EARTH MOVED - Premiere of a made-for-television "disaster" movie. A team of aerial photographers (Jackie Cooper and Cleavon Little) discover by accident that Faculty Attends Workshop A Faith Community Workshop for the faculty of Im- maculate Conception School, North Little Rock, was con- ducted Aug. 21 by Sister Maureen Egan, R.S.M., of St. Louis, director of education for the Religious Sisters of Mercy. Attending the workshop were: Front row, from left - - Sister Mary deLourdes, R.S.M., who accompanied Sister Maureen, Sister Mary Angeline, R.S.M., Mrs. W. R. McKinnon, Mrs. Steven Casavechia, and Sister Maureen; Second row - William Michael Fargo, Mrs. Patricia Sue Walker, Mrs. Reine Irene Price, Mrs. L. M. Spradley and Sister Mary Kenneth, R.S.M.; Back row -- Father Ralph Bauer, pastor, W. R. Little, Father Robert Torres, associate pastor, Glenn Hutto, Mrs. Bob Parsons and Sister Mary Amata, R.S.M. Absent from the photo is George P. Elzer of the faculty. photos they take of various locations inevitably mean that the smudged area is about to have an earthquake. TltURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19 (CBS) -- SUPPORT YOUR LOCAL GUNFIGHTER (1971) - James Garner plays an ingenuous con man who arrives in a small mining town divided by rival mine operators, and immediately reads the situation : a gunfighter has been sent for by one of the factions but hasn't yet appeared, so, what the heck, why not recruit a bucks? This Garner does by latching on to rummy Jack Elam, who cannot even get his gun out of his holster. Garner is too cute, Suzanne Pleshette too coy, and Elam too hammy; Gunfighter does not support itself. (A-II) FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 20 (CBS) - WlLLARD (1971) - The Los Angeles chapter of the ASPCA might be satisfied with the care given rodents named Ben, Socrates et al. during the filming of Willard, but viewers may not be as charmed. Bruce Davidson stars as a psychotic T Tv Tv TTTVVVVTVV The GUARDIAN Want Ad Section Turn Unneeded Items Into Useful Items for Someone With A Want-Ad ! ('OIA)NIAI, Home, two blocks from Catholic High, Five bedrooms. 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All prices. Guardian Church Goods Store, 409-411 W. 7th, Little Rock, Te. 372- 2582. Named to Synod by Pope Oklahoma City, Okla. (NC) -- Pope Paul VI,has named Ar- chbishop John R. Quinn of Oklahoma City to be one of five U.S. delegates to the World Synod of Bishops opening in the Vatican Sept. 27, it was an- nounced here. i r businessman Ernest Borgnine for the injustices heaped upon him and his family. (A-II) SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 (NBC) -- OKLAHOMA CRUDE (1973) -- This action- packed movie takes a "now" look at Women's Lib in the Oklahoma oil fields, circa 1900, as spunky man-hater Faye Dunaway reluctantly accepts help from her ne'er do well father John Mills and vagabond George C. Scott, in order to keep the big oil combine run by oily Jack Palance from jumping her Archbishop Quinn, 45, one of the youngest U.S. bishops, is the only papal appointee among the U.S. delegates. Gloria Allen Catholic Realtor 160 Acres - $600.00 an acre - Faulkner County. 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