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THE GUAR()IAN, NOVEMBER 8, 1974 llowing motion pictures will be broadcast on network television Ys indicated. The rating,ps rovided by the National Catholic Qt bIotion Pictures are: A-I, Morally Unobjectionable for General Re g ; A-II, Morally Unobjectionable for Adults and Adolescents; A- ly Unobjectionable for Adults; A-IV, Morally Unobjectionable  .With Reservations; B, Morally Objectionable in Part for All; C, r "k |'AY, NOVEMBER 10 ltY[ ) - DR. NO - Yes, yes, s,w' original James Bond h"ilh) movie, starring Sean e o as the nifty-naughty r Wgent. The plot -- which Gloria Allen . Y Care Center - or [JC - ba ell°ther uses. Zoned F 'r r¢lal. Aluminum siding• !nt Corlit on Assumable elal Gloria Allen, 225-5259 & COMPANY rkham 664-3861 has the nemesis Dr. No. (Joseph Wiseman) attempting to destroy Cape Canaveral by remote control -- serves mainly as the vehicle for a lot of splashy props. (B) MONDAY, NOVEMBER 11 (NBC) - PETE 'n' TILLIE (1972) -- Walter Matthau and Carol Burnett star in this awk- ward and at times grating serio- comedy about an off-beat middle-aged couple. This is a filmic breakdown as Pete and Tillie meet in sunny San Francisco, bed down, get married, raise a son only to lose him to leukemia, separate, and finally reunite. (A-IV) TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12 (ABC) - ALL THE KIND STRANGERS -- Made-for-TV movie not previewed at press time. Plot describes efforts of orphaned kids to get a new set of parents -- the family that slays together? (NBC) -- BRIEF EN- COUNTER -- Hallmark Hall of Fame remake of the Noel SPOI Coward play. Richard Burton and Sophia Loren are top-billed, with Miss Loren making her TV day-bute. The play traces the glowing-then-fading romance of two people (both married) who meet by chance at a train station. For adults, because of theme. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13 (ABC) -- THE GUN- Made-for-TV movie follows the object in the title as it changes hands from owner to owner. The movie, done up as a chiller- thriller, is a turn on the old "overcoat" theme popular in short stories and other routine entertainments. THURSDAY, NOV. 14 (CBS) -- CONQUEST OF THE PLANET OF THE APES (1972) - Conquest is the fourth twist of the monkey's tail and it shows the fatal deterioration of going once too often to the cage. Gone is the refreshing touch of humor that saved Escape From the Planet of the Apes, and in its place is pretentious social significance. (A-III) FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 (CBS) -- THE STALKING MOON (1969) -- Salvaje, an Apache feared for his cruelty, follows the trail of those who have taken his young son and 5 Sons A trend St Edwards The five sons of Mr. and Mrs. Hosea Wright of Pocahontas hold the record for the number of children attending St. Edward's University in Austin, Tex. Affirmation of the record comes from Brother Stephen Walsh, president of St. Edward's. In the photograph, taken at St. Edward's, are (from left) John, Mr. Wright, Danny, Mrs. Wright, Kevin and David. William (inset) was not, present when the photo was taken. David Patrick was a 1965 graduate; John F., a 1967 graduate, William A., a 1969 graduate, Kevin E., a senior, and Danny M., a freshman• David recently received his doctorate from the University of Texas in physics. John, a business major, is now employed in Austin. William, an English major, taught school in New Orleans, Pocahontas and Little Rock, before joining Dillard's at Little Rock. John married the former Cathy Rohrbacher of North Little Rock, a 1970 graduate, and John met his wife, the former Diane Pospisil of Austin at a St. Edward's basketball game. Kevin is a business major who intends to enter retailing, and Danny plans to major in accounting or business. spy melodrama Eagles pits Corleone, head of the fic- Richard Burton, Clint Eastwood tionalized Mafia family'! James and Mary Ure against what Caan plays the hot-headed PAGE 7 ARKANSAS certified nursery man; experienced in landscape designs. Call: Clem Meyer, 835- 5402. WANTED -- Retired lady to stay with self-sufficient lady, part time. No housework. Call 666-2688. GUARDIAN CHURCH GOODS STORE, 411 W. 7th, L.R. Phone 372-2582. The GUARDIAN Classified Went Ad Sectlen REACH OVER 54,000 CATHOLICS. EVERY WEEKI I THE GUARDIAN WANT AD RATES ] WoN_._,.ss ,Li_nes. 1T 4T 7T 10T 30T A WANT AD WILL MOVE MERCHANDISE, GET YOU A JOB, FIND YOU A HOME, IX) MOST ANYTHING! CALL M O 6-0286 TODAYI THE GUARDIAN PRESS, INC. P,O. BOX 7417 LITTLE ROCK, ARK. 72207 right down to the use of an antique tint to give a proper Forties ambience, is a study in Sebaugh, pastor. Mrs• Weindel, 79, of 319 West Union St. died Oct. 15. The wife of the late J.E. Weindel, she had been a Cross County resident for 51 years. She was born Oct. 28, 1893, in Fort Smith. Survivors are five sons, J.O. Weindel and Robert Weindel, both of Illinois, Matthew Weindel and Jim Weindel, both of Wynne, and Bernard Weindel of Alabama; three daughters, Sister Virginia, Mrs. Betty Scanlan of Tennessee, and Mrs. Juanita Cooney of California; a brother, Henry Bierker of Fort Smith; three sisters, Mrs. H.C. Boeckmann Sr. and Mrs. E.J. Hess Sr., both of Wynne, and Mrs. Joe Sheen of Fort Smith; 27 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. A Bible service was con- ducted at the Kernodle Funeral Home the night before the funeral. Father Sebaugh presided. Burial was in Cogbill Cemetery. EDWARD MOUNCE New York, N.Y. -- Funeral services were conducted Sept. 12 in St. John the Evangelist Chapel here for Edward Curry Mounce, a Navy veteran and a retired employee of the Federal Reserve Bank, whose wife, Leona Hensen Mounce, is a former resident of Paris, Ark. Mr. Mounce was born Sept. 8, 1900,in Somerset, Ky. Besides his wife, he is survived by one daughter, Edwina Rusha Marrin of Putnam Valley, N.Y. ; his stepmother, Mrs. Andrew Mounce of Somerset; five sisters, Aline Baer of Crescent City, Calif., Lillian Burgin of Dayton, 0., Louise Botner of Miami, Fla., and Lois Molen and Helen Morrow, both of Somerset, Ky.; three brothers, Leonard C. Mounce of Washington, D.C., Leland Mounce of Mineola, N.Y., and what it's really like to be a Sister in today's world? why does a young woman commit herself for all her life to live simply, in celibacy, in obedience to com- munity? it all seems so much a part of the old Church before Vatican II. does today's world have any need for this life, among its women? if these questions, and others like them are on your mind, join a group of sisters for the weekend of December 6 at Fletcher Hall, Saint John Center, Little Rock. for further information send attached blank to Vocation Council Box 7565 Little Rock, 72207 Please send further information on the Awareness Live-in at Saint John Center to: Andre' .Mounce of Somerset; ........ Name Address Phone Zip I PLUMBING & ELECTRICAL CO. PLUMBING AND ELECYRICAL CONTIACTOm8 COMPLIrE LINE OF PLUMBINn & ELECTRICAL BUPPLIlB Phone 963-3255 Paris I Arkansas i SAX WINERY Natural Grape Wines - Visitors Welcome- A ltus, Arkansas -- 72801 i i i i post Nestled at the foot of Mt. Bethel is the home of POST WINES. Dedicating themselves to over ninety years of distinctive wine making, the fourth generation of the Post family now brings you the most Superb wines in the south- west. You have an open invitation to visitour "wine tasting" room and sample our exciting and delectable dinner wines and dessert wines. If you have an important occasion coming up make it an occasion to remember with POST CHAMPAGNE. At POST'S we are proud of our CHAMPAGNE, available in White, Pink, and Red. POST WINERY is located just one blocknorthof Highway 64 in Altus, Arkansas. A visit to our winerycanonlybe a happy experience for you and a joy for us to welcome you. Table wines r Dessert wines Altar wine J Post Winery, Inc. Strawberry Blackberry Champagne Alhts, Arkansas E "R905 & SUPPLY CO. T JEA Red Cedar Shakes BENDER I MACHINE SHOP i * W * [ • Motor Rebuilding [ • Crankshaft. Grinding ! ' • Automotive Parts I 1018 Wheeler- 782-1630 [ • FORT SMITH, ARK. J DRINK Fort Smith, Arkassas SMITH, ARK. OWTF 783-9345 leaves his own path of dead SMITH GUIDE settlers. Sam Varner, former must be half the German army Sonny, and nl Pacino is the control andpacing. Even in a Army scout who has taken the ensconced in a castle literally young, serious, and for a while somewhat sanitized TV edition, bo and his mother to his New inaccessible except by cable hesitant Michael. The movie is the film is for adults. (Part II Y . . " Mexico ranch, waits for the car. The purpose of the mission beautifully played, by a fine will be broadcast Monday Nov. N 24 HOURS EVERY DAY • inevitable showdown with his comes clear only gradually -- cast, and Coppola s direction, 18. (A-III) elusive, pursuer who strikes the discovery of the names of am mmim m mR nm Ill am im im nm im am nm mm mm mm mm mmim D without even being seen- the agents wh° have infiltrated II II DLAN BOWL Varner,Greg°rYandPeCkNathanieliS excellentNarciscoaS the British Intelligence Service. g(A_liT) Arkansas Valley , pro00, menace Sh " ' _ stalking Apache. But it is (NBC) -- THE GODFATHER Robert Forsterasahalf-breed (1972), Part I -- The Godfather oppers Guide | SMITH films most. memorable per- doesn't know that this one is theV'a prlme-t]me TV. Who Baggett's [ l 'FORT:,  OFFICE_e"'P'-;'_r "-" scout who comes up with the muscles, into. your livingroom formance (A-I) MERRICK :, lllg  16-18 SOUTH 6tb STREET blockbuster movie based on the  11 qJ HEAIUARTERS FOR OFFICE SATURDAY, NOV. 16 Maria Puzo best seller, starring " .... I/'1/ FURNITURE&EQUM_F__ (ABC) -- WHERE EAGLES Marlon Brando as the aging but f 81 _.... I | 'ggs  FORT SMITH DARE (1969) - A spy-counter- indomitable Don Vito UNITS " ,  I _ COLOR DIRECT DIAL I Arkansas Obituarie .,,,.,_,=.__, W TV 968-6332 l i [ I I I RusseU Stover Candies t..,.,,.g ., I #,.. HELP PREVENT , MRS. CECILIA WEINDEL one grandson and several Faberge. Helena ][hlbellstelln I ,...- .... I T'IrE-T [ • . nieces and nephews. l ,1o coffiucs I Paris, Arkansas | Russelllle,i I Ark. J Wynne -- A Mass of Chnstmn . • ....... Burml was m Gate of Heaven Burial for Mrs Ceellla ar]e ...... • • . emetery, m x Phone 963-2177 [ Highway 64, East, JuacL 7 [ Wemdel, the mother of Sster , " ' , . _ Virginia of the Franciscan . Sisters of Springfield, Ill., was AYE YOU celebrated Oct. 18 at St. Peter's Church hereby Father Thomas [V[R WONDERED ADAMS