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THE GUARDIAN, OCTOBER 25, 1974 PAGE 7 The GUARDIAN Wont.Ad Section Turn Unneeded Items Into Useful Items for Someone With A Want-Ad ! !he following motion pictures will be broadcast on network television .e days indicated The ratings, provided by the National Catholic  ce for Motion Pictures, are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General %nage; A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- 5lOrally Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable dults with Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, 'Uemned ). (Eric Shea and Pamela Sue Martin), a hippie girl (Carol Lynley), a mousey haberdasher (Red Buttons), and a plucky steward (Roddy McDowall). Be warned about occasional rough language -- all in a time of crisis, you understand. (A-III) MONDAY, OCTOBER 28 (NBC) -- SHAMUS 1973) -- Even trimmed for TV, this rousing detective thriller will present a seamy picture of the life and hard times of a down-at- the-heels private eye. Burt Reynolds is the shamus, or gumshoe, and he gives a hard- boiled and sly performance that gives the otherwise routine story a touch of class. (A-III) TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29 (NBC) -- STRANGE HOMECOMING -- Made-for-TV SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 LltC) THE POSEIDON (1972) -- On its over a New Year's the S.S. Poseidon is by a massive tidal which kills nearly just enough to exemplify every and clichein the old- movie bag of tricks. Hackman, as a near-breed minister, puts his and members of his mini parish to work their Way to the deepest of the overturned hull, they perhaps -- but only -- can make their His flock includes a nice couple (Shelly Winters Albertson), an pair of honeymooners Borgnine and Stella a brother-sister act BLYTHEViLLE GUIDE Robertson Distributing Co. & BUSCH BAVARIAN A t Children's Lilurgy Workshop This was a scene at a recent conference in St. Boniface parish hail, Fort Smith, centered on the Directory for Masses with Children. Sixty-six priests, Religious and laity attended. The workshop, dealing with ways children par- ticipate in Mass, was conducted by Father Robert Torres, diocesan director of the Liturgy Commission, Sister Monica Marie, R.S.M., of Immaculate Conception School, Fort , Smith; Sister Annette, O.S.B., of St. Boniface School, Fort Smith; and Sister Mary Jo, O.S.B., of St. Joseph's School, Paris. suspenser casts Robert Culp as a slick hometown boy who has a secret life as a top-notch cat burglar. His undoing proves to be a murder he commits during the course of a routine theft. Things begin to unravel when Culp returns home for a visit with his brother (Glenn Camp- bell), a local lawman. (ABC) -- THE MARK OF ZORRO -- This is a TV remake of the ever-popular swash- buckler based on the fictional exploits of the savior of the poor people of oldtime Southern California, the man who signs things with a "Z". Frank Langella cuts a dashing figure as Zorro, and be gets a lot of help from Ricardo Montalban, Gilbert Roland, and (for romance), Louise Sorel and Anne Archer. WEDNESDAY, OCT. 30 (ABC) -- DEATH CRUISE -- Made-for-TV chiller. Three couples who have won a round- the-world trip find out that their pleasure cruise has a few nasty twists. The "lucky winners" are Dick Long and Polly Bergen, Eddie Albert and Kate Jackson, Tom Bosley and Celeste Holm. The sinister hosts are Cesare Danova and Michael Con- stantine. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3t (CBS) -- COLD TURKEY town in Iowa decides to take up cigarette ad man Bob Newhart's challenge to stop smoking for thirty days. Newhart convinces his clients that the town's failure will have a rebound effect on national cigarette sales and minister Dick Van Dyke persuades his chain-smoking fellow townsmen that the $25-million offered by the cigarette company will return their town to wartime prosperity_. (A-III) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1 (CBS) -- THE GRADUATE (1968) -- This film, a tale of an innocent in a corrupt world, is brought off with deadpan sin- cerity and likeablenss by Dustin Hoffman in the title role and with an equal mixture of voraciousness and poignancy by Anne Bancroft as the af- fluent suburban housewife who seduces him. Katharine Ross is attractive as her college-age daughter with whom Benjamin (Hoffman) falls in love and seeks to snatch from a life of loveless conformity. (A-IV) SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2 (ABC) -- FOR A FEW DOLLARS MORE (1967) -- One of the original Sergio Leone "Spaghetti Westerns" that launched Clint Eastwood to COLONIAL Home, two blocks from Catholic High. Fiye bedrooms. Living room. Formal dining room. Big kitchen with many cabinets, garbage disposal, built-in oven and ice-maker refrigerator. Family room with bar. Dining area. Three bathrooms. Utility room, Garage. Half basement. Central heat-air. 1 Hall Circle (Owner transferred) Telephone 664-6985 or 227-5555. WANTED -- Retired lady to stay with self-sufficient lady, part time. No housework. Call 666-2688. RUMMAGE SALE - Bargains galore. Saturday, Oct. 26th, 9 until 4. St. Patrick's Parish Hall, 20tb & Orange Streets. cheroot-smoking Man with No Name, and Lee Van Cleef, dressed all in black, is his sinister co-star. (A-III) (NBC) -- THE NEW CEN- TURIONS (1972) -- Police melodrama based on the best- seller by former Los Angeles cop Joseph Wambaugh. Despite the talents of George C. Scott as the about-to-retire gung-ho sergeant who schools rookie cop Stacy Keach in handling the street life of Los Angeles and the gritty realism, it is simply a hyped-up Naked City melodrama that pares down its characters and social issues to a good-guy, bad-guy format. Rosalind Cash is Keach's new wife. (A-IV) CHINESE WITHDRAW Taipei, Taiwan (NC) -- The Young Christian Workers of China in Taiwan (YCW) of the Republic of China, (Taiwan) organization here has suspended all official ties with the international YCW GUARDIAN CHURCH GOODS STORE, 411 W. 7th, L.R. Phone 372-2582. The GUARDIAN Classified Want Ad Section dr dr REACH OVER 54,000 cATn0ucs EVERY WlEKI I TIlE GUARDIAN WANT AD RATES [ wo___ _u. z 4j 7T Z0__.T o_[ I oo.i. ,- i.,. i,-i -- i l| to I0 4 1.61 s.u Lo ILia u m m Io e LIO 6.0 llJ0 IS.. 45. A WANT AD WILL MOVE MERCHANTS It, GET YOU A ,,lOB, FIND YOU A HOME, OO MOST ANYTHING! CALL Me 6-O21B6 TODAYI THE GUARDIAN PRESS, INC, P.O. aox 7417 LrI-FLIE ROCK, IK. 72207 To Advertise In This Space Write Tom Chipman P.O. Box 7417 L. R., Ark. 72207 Gloria Allen ('athulic Bealtor Don't overlook this immaculate 3 bedroom home priced in the mid 'teens'. Aluminum siding on corner level lot. Call Gloria Allen, 225-5259, res. FAUSETT & COMPANY e% ,, (1971) -- A small, slowly dying superstardom. Clint plays the movement because of a move to REALTORS take the name of China out its AGENCY J" 00LI'ARD ! COURIER I,, lit ANNIYERSA RIES ?l -- .title at the insistence of the UN. Univ. at Markham _ ............. 5;cel a Guia e--- I . 664-3861 Rev. Msgr. Vincent Wehrle Nov. 2, 1941 i#   Rev. Msgr. Edwin A. Hemmen , Nov. 5, 1969 i  Father Lawrence Smythe Nov. 7, 1900 kne , Father Othmar Wehrle, O.S.B. Nov. 7, 1925 I '1 . C,a.teway 1 763-4553 , Father William J. Kordsmeier ,, NOV. 16, 1959 Father Henry W. Nix __ _ Nov. 8, 1943 . Ark. : Father Walter J. Tynin __ Nov. 19,1948 I B/4i Shopping Center  I I Rev. Msgr. Otto Loeb __ Nov. 20, 1961 I r "-I OSCEOLA, ARKANSAS mY - I "' Rev. Msgr. Nicholas Pinter Nov. 21, 1960 Rev. Dr. A. Stocker, O.S.B. Nov. 22,1922 li ............ ANDY MOSES Father VictorBeuckman, O.S.B. i F'i'r'si Naii;n;I 00ni in" 0s;e;ia :: )WN SERVICE STATION FatherPatriekJ. Higgins Nov. 23,1950 .' Officesat Joiner and Luxora ! . MEMBER OF FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. ii !t ! II I I i! I I Itl ii It i i ii t I Ill ii I ii ii Iiiii t iiii Father Basil Egloff, O.S.B. Nov. 23, 1952 Rt. Rev. Vianney Stocker, O.S.B. Nov. 24, 1957 L , I Kelly Sprimflield Father Stephen neinkele, O.S.B. Nov. 26, 1938 IO N O I L.. I I I1 r,. ..... Father Robert F. Boyle _  Nov. 27, 1963 'RODLET$ i -. --..--------.--[3elcoRATTI:III=- Father Albert S. Marchiano Nov. 27,1963 , .at2ndSt"Blytheville'Phone762-2611 [ Do YOU l . t " IRemember? I SwmsChalet. THE FARMER '5; so Vin Blanc Sec. ..BANKTh. O,d.., & TRUST,,,w,, W=K Take Little Rock -- The dream of 40 years is about to be realized by a__ , ,i THE BEST IN BTKING SERVICE the Sisters of Charity offirmary.Nazareth Theyat St.areVincentto takeIn- Wiederk.ehr / t,,,,,,., BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. possession of their first real whl.tew,ne ( convent quarters early in .. -- 1 PLEMENT ''''' Nvember" Until nw they have tod --''" \\; had to share their community life with the general ad- JLIIIIJLqJLo ministrative features of the COMPANY institution. These are just two of Wiederkehrs \\; - , many fine white wines that make din-.\\; 25 EARS AGO ing an unusually pleasant experience THIS WEEK The flavor and bouquet of these fresh 'l'he Guardian reported: and aromatic wines, made from distin- Helena--The new parish hall guished varieties of white grapes, go ,of St. Mary'sChurch was the especially well with fish, roast chicken or )lell'] setting for the annual Columbus any fowl. And 94 years of Wiederkehr wine .=, Day banquet sponsored by making tradition go into each and Helena Council No. 1770 of the, -:::. Knights of Columbus. every bottle. More than 300 Knights, their Wiederkehr fine white wives and friends crowded into wines. They make great dinner the beautiful hall for an evening companions. $ that will be remembered. John qgiederhehr Martin, supreme director, was the principal speaker. Joseph PlIONE 763-8137 BLYTHEVILLE Etoch, grand knight of the WINE('ELL.&I'S]N(-ALTL:,.AIKANSAS WATER CO. Helena Council, was toast- master. The invocation was made by Father Gregory H. Keller, pastor of St. Mary's.