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WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Jan. 7 1:00 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon, "Thunderhead," A-II. 4:30 The Early Show, "Alias Nick Seal," A-II l 10:00 The Best of CBS, "While the City Sleeps," B. Sunday, Jan. S '2:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "Picture of Dorian Gray," A-II. 0:15 The Late Show, "San Francisco Story,'" A-I. =2:30 The Late, Lale Show, "National Velvet," A-I. Monday, Jan. 9 4:30 The Early Show, "Air Raid War- dens," A-I. 10:t5 The Late Show, "Two Girls and a Sailor," A-I. Tuesday, Jan. 10 4:30 The Early Show, "Captain Janu- ary," A-I. 10:15 The Late Show, "Tarzan and the Amazons," A-t. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Dr. Jeckyl and Mr. Hyde," A-II. Wednesday, Jan. 11 4:30 The Early Show, "Rio Rita," A-II. 10;15 The Late Show, "Random Har- vest," A-II. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "Beyond the Forest," B. Thursday, Jan. 12 4:30 The Early Show, "Henry Aldrich, Editor," A-I. 6:30 Family Classics, "Vanity Fair," (Part 1). 10:15 The Late Show, "Homecoming," A-ll. 12:30 The Late. Late Show, "Chain Lighning," A-II. Friday, Jan. 13 4:30 The Early Show, "Four Faces West," A-I. 6:30 Family Classics, "Vai~ity Fair." (continued). 10:IS The Late Show, "Unfinished Dance," Aq. 12:30 The Late, Late Show, "1 Wanted Wings," B. FRIDAY. JANUARY 6, 1961 Sunday, Jan. 8 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR. Sunday, Jan. $ 1:00 Feature Film, "The Green Man," 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR. 10:15 Movie 5, "The Gallant Blade," A-[. 5:00 BISHOP SHEEN. WISC, Channel 3, Madison Sunday, Jan. 8 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS. 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH. 10:35 Theater Three, "When You're in Love," A-II. Tuesday, Jan. 10 10:30 Theater Three, "Hearts Divided," A-I. Wednesday, Jan. 11 10:30 Theater Three, "Walerfront at Midnight," A-II. Thursday, Jan. 12 6:30 Family Classics, "Vanity Pair," Part {, 10:4S Theater Three, "The Gentleman From Nowhere," A-IL Friday, Jan. 13 6:30 Pamily Classics, "Vanity Fair," Part 11, 10:30 Theater Three, "Shut My Big Mouth," A-II. WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, Jan. 7 10:00 p.m. Movie 5, "The Bushwackers," A-II. WMTV, Channel 33, Madison WOC, Chahne| 6, Davenport WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Jan. 7 Sunday, Jan. S ]0:.50 p.m. Premiere Performance, "The 10:45 THE CHRISTOPHERS. Big Boodle," B. 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR. Sunday, Jan. II 12:30 THE CATHOLIC HOUR 11:15Joan,'P'm" PremiereA ll. Performance, "St. Final Part of Monday, Jan. 9 12:10 ~ovie Matinee, "Wicked Woman," Tuesday Jan 1o Fatima Secret 12:10 Movie Mahr, ee,"Terror atnight,Wednesday,A n 1, M,d Not Revealed 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Bull Fighter and the Lady," A-II. Tnursuay, Jan. 12 FATIMA, Portugal -.(NC)-- 12:10 MovieB. Mat,nee, "99 River Street," Nineteen sixty ended without re- Friday, Jan. 13 velation of the final part of the 12:10 Movie Mat,nee, "Liun Belt," A-I. WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Fatima secret. Saturaay, Jan. 2 It is the third part of the mes- 11:15 p.m. "/he Big Movie, "The Band Dick," A-II, sage confided by the Blessed Sunuay, Jan. II 10:30 KNOW "t Hi-- "t RU t H. Virgin to three peasant children ]0:45 1HE CHI~ISTOprtI=KS, here on July 13, 1917. It was ~lonoay, Jan, Y 10:45 p.m. ~ne 8~g May,e, "Woman of spelled out by Sister Lucy, sole tne River," b. "luesday, Jan. 10 survivor of the three children, in 10:45 p.m. The t~,g Mov*e, "Arizona," a document she wrote in 1ong- A-I. Wednesday, Jan. 11 hand in 1941-42. She wrote the 10:45 p.m. The mg Iv,ov,e, "Down tO account at the bidding of the Earlh," B. Friday, Jan. 13 late Bishop Jose Alves Correia 10:45 p.m. Tee ~,g N~ovie, "Uncertain t,~ory," 8. da Silva of Leiria. WRi~X, Channel 13, Rockford Sister Lucy entrusted the third ~uJluay, Jail, 6 10:15 SACREu H~;~R, PI<~JGRAM. part of the message to the luesoay, dan. 10 Bishop with the stipulation that 11:30penThe toLalea Oog,"bn w'A-I."lt Shouldn't Hap- it should not be made public un- Get The Facts Get The Figures Get The Cars That "Give You More" --from-- THE OBSERVER Your Authorized Plymouth.Valiant Dealer 9 W. Douglae Freeport, IlL Through countless years it stands stalwart . Frmay, Jan. 13 til after her death or until 1960 'SIGHT' AT HER FINGERTIPS--Mary Ann Kordziel examines 11:00 p.m. MGM Star lheatre, "Dr. Jeckie and Mr. Hyde," A-II. Church sources indicated early[ crucifix with Auxiliary Bishop Hugh A. Donohoe of San Fran- 12:3sA-H.~'m" The La~e ~now, "Bewitched," in 1960 that the message would[ cisco, at the fourth anniversary Christmas party of the Provi- WKOW, Channel 27, Madison be opened and examined but notI dance Guild for the Blind. The guild provides weekly religious S.~,UrO=y, Jan. 7 necessarily made public. All in-I education for the visually handicapped, provides monthly 10:00 p.m. lYOI M~rch of Dimes Tele- thon un,ISunday,3 p.m.Jan.SUnoaY.8 dications here are that the en-j spiritual and social meetings for visually handicapped persons 10:30 p.m. Ten ,tarry lhemre, "Tha velope containing the message and trains volunteers in Braille transcription of religious books Wife TaKeSMonday,a Flyer,"Jan. 9 8. is now in Rome. and catechisms. 10:30 THE CHKIbtuPHeR5. Two parts of the Fatima rues- 11 p.m. EFeven O'clock I heatre, "Ship Ahoy," A'II. sage were revealed by Sister LAY APOSTLE IS MEMBER OF AID Tuesday, Jan. tO 11 p.m. Eleven O'ClOCk rheatre, "North- Lucy in 1941. west Rangers," A-l, Weanesday, Jan. 11 The first was the vision of hell ll p.m. Eleven O'ciock Theatre, "Earl which the three children saw on of Chicago," A-II. Thursday, Jan. 12 July 13. 1917. It made such a 11 p.m. "Eleven O'clock Theatre, "Ar- fearful impression on them thai nolo Affair," A-If. Friday, Jan. 1, they all made continual saCri-A8 Lay Missionary 11 p.m. Showboat "Without Reservations," fires and did penance for the A-II. conversion of sinners. The second part referred to CLEVELAND--(NC)--Frank Pavis, 42, a former beer and wine devotion to the Immaculate salesman here, has signed up for two more years as a lay apostle Heart of Mary, which the Bless- in Mexico. ed Virgin said in the apparition He has been visiting his family here after two years in would be the means of saving Mexico's Morelia diocese as a member of Association for Inter- many souls and giving peace to national Development (AID). the world. AID was founded three years FREEPORT ago and has headquarters in eign country. He was given a Paterson; N. J. Its aim is to caw- training course in the Church's n ry the social program of the social program plus lessons in Church to underdeveloped na- Spanish. a language he had not tions, spoken before. One of the First As a result of the 'training Mr. Pavis, a bachelor, was program and two years in Max- one of the first to join AID and ico, Mr. Pavis, now has cracked ,--- volunteered to serve in a for- the language barrier. Before returning home for his vacation, ~Rtr~ORT he organized or laid the AUTHORIZED o, groundwork for 32 credit un- RCA VICTOR ions in the Morelia diocese. Will Return DEALER DON'T MAKE A Mr. Pavis will return to Mexi- co in mid-January to begin his BASIL HARTMANN second two-year hitch. Of Mexi- cans, he said: Iv'l'll~O APPLIANCES UNTIL YOU CONTACT "They are devout and have a s t r o n g Catholic culture, yet most of them don't understand Dial ADams 2-9611 that the Church even has a so- cial program . . . but you could 15N. Chicago Ave, TRANSFER & say the same of many U. 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Leo Schworz' 1 Week Panel Discussions ROCKFORD-- "Parental Re- sponsibility for the Social, Re- ligious and [nteliectual Devel-To the Editor: opment of Their Children" will The Rockford Parent Grou be the subject of ~wo panel dis- for Mentally Retarded Childrel russians marking C a t h o 1 i c wish to thank the staff of th Family Week in St. Patrick larish here. High School Students their annual fund drive. The money derived from the On Tuesday, Jan. 10 parents drive p l u s any donations re- ,f high school children of the I parish will hear the intellectualIT~ aspect ol child development .l~ra Murray, S.J. discussed by the Rev. J. Philip nn Reilly, superintendent of Aquin IO Give Catholic Central Catholic high school, Freeport. Ed Van Berriger, Rockford public school counse- lor for 18 years will discuss social development a n d the ReD. William F. McMahon, as- sistant pastor of St. Patrick parish will discuss the spiritual development. Grade School Students The three aspects of develop- ment in grade school children w il 1 be discussed Thursday evening. The Rev. James A. Molloy, chaplain of the Illinois State Training school for boys, St. Charles will discuss social development. A panel of Do- minican sisters from St. Pa- trick grade school will discuss the intellectual development. Sister Marie Carmel, O.P. will discuss the role of the home in preparing the child f o r school; Sr. CyriIlus, O.P the intellectual development of the child in the i n t e r m e d i a te grades a n d Sister Herbert, O.P the intellectual develop- ment of the adolescent. The ReD. A. H. Weideman, assist- ant pastor of St. Patrick, will discuss the spiritual develop- ment, Co-Sponsors The panel discussions are be- ing co-sponsored by the Chris- tian Family Movement, t h e Home and School association and the Pat club. Hour Talks NEW YORK -- (NC) -- The ReD. John Courtney Murray, S.J will give his reflections on America's experience and national purpose in two televi- sion programs in January. The Jesuit theologian will be interviewed on "The Catholic Hour," broadcast on the NBC- TV network Jan. 8 and 15 at 12:30 p.m CST. This was announced by the National Council of Catholic Men, w h i c h produces "The Catholic Hour" series in coop- eration with NBC-TV. Father Murray, a professor at Woodstock (~'Md.) College, will be interviewed by Philip Scharp'er, editor in the U. S. of Sheed and Ward, publishers. Mr. Scharper also wil mode- rate two discussions by a priest and two Catholic laymen on January 22 and 29. These will conclude the month's programs on "Catholic Reflections on America." Panel members will be Msgr. Francis J. Lally, editor of the Pilot, B o s t o n archdiocesan newspaper: William C 1 a n c y, editor of World View, a month- ly journal, and director of edu- cation for the Church Peace Union: a n d James O'Gara, managing editor of Common- weal, a weekly review. O O BRUSSELS, Belgium--(NC)--Two leading international feder ations of labor unions have joined in condemnation of Generalis- ceived throt. mlps defray ~r's salaries, operating .~s and payments on the ~age. Any publicity such as have so graciously given the school and its work is greatly appreciated. Very truly yours, Mrs. F. Botsford, Secretary thank you . . . Your efforts in behalf of the Public Welfare Building Bond Issue are sincerely appreciated. Through the teamwork of thousands of dedicated citizens interested in the human needs of the 50,000 patients, residents and wards in our state institu- tions, an overwhelming approv-, al was accomplished. You will be interested in the final results attached. Leonard E. Belt General Chairman Department Bond Issue Committee Editor's Note: O~ the 11 coun- ties which are included in the diocese of Rockford, the bond issue received ~he constitu- " tionaIly required majority in 8eveT~. Requiescant ALGONQUIN--Raymond N. Compton, 60, St. Margaret parish, Dec. 3(1. AMBOY--C-eorge R. Coral, 84, St. Pat- rick parish, Dec 25. Elmer Long, 62, "St. Patrick parish, Dec. 24. AURORA--Peter P. Hettinger,82, St. Joseph parish, Dec. 30. Frank Joseph Miller, 79, Holy Angels, Jan. 1. Karen Diane Johnson, infant, St. Jo- seph perish, Dec. 29. Francisco P. Ocasio, St. Therese par- ish, Dec. 24. Raymond F. Hoffman, 47, Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, Dec. 24. Louis George Vago, 69, St- George )arish, Dec. 23. ELGIN--Anton Bepko, 59, St, Laurence )arish, Dec. 29. John M. Biggins, (~, St. Lawrence var- sh. Dec. 28, FREEPORT--Salvatore Barcelona, 79, St. Joseph parish, Jan. I. Richard Moline, 50, St, Thomas Aquinas )arish, Dec. 29. Clifford H. Bollinger, 77, St. Mary par- sh, Jan. 1. GALENA--Joseph W. Buening, 78, St. Mary parish, Dec. 24. HARMON--Mrs. Irene Anderson, 56, St. Flannen parish, Dec. 29. JOHNSBURG--John M. Freund. 7, St. John parish, Dec. 25. MARENGO--Hartzel H. Hasty, 48, Sa- cred Heart parish, Dec. 30. simo Francisco Franco's government in Spain. Mrs. Susan Boxleitner, 69, Sacred Heart I~arish, Dec. ~5. The Catholic-oriented International Federation of Christian MAYTOWN--George Roy Carl, 84, St. Patrick parish, Dec. 25. Trade Unions and the International Confederation of Free Trade ROCKFDRD.--John W. Salley, 58, St. Unions issued a joint statement Peter pgrish, Dec. 25. Mrs. Clara Rataczek, 76, St. Patrick denouncing "the totalitarian po-:Spanish government With con- parish, Dec. 30. Domenic Palmeno, 58, St. Edward par- lice state of Gen. Franco, which demning to death trade union- ish, Jan. 1. Mrs. Anna L. Drohan, 85, St. MaP/ par- has been crushing human libel'-ists for actions 20 years earlier. Ash, Dec, 31. ties underfoot for over 20 years They said also that strikes had Anthony Abramovich, ~Z, St. Edward oarish, Dec. 28. now." been handled like rebellions, Mrs. "Adeline ~annb 63, 51. Edward dOt- Ash, Dec. 29. The two groups charged the with workers tried before mill- Harry J. McClafferty, 68, St. Patr ck tary courts. ~arish, Dec. 25, Charles E. Gartland, 90, St. Patrick Their statement said that pres- ~arish, Dec. 25. Mrs. Pauline Coremans, 82, St. Edward ent trade unions in Spain are parisl~, Dec. 28. ST. CHARLES--Nestor Clerrissimeaux, "instruments of the party in B2, St. Patrick parish, Dec. 29. ATLAS Ao 1, SERVICE Tires a Bafferies Accessoriea S&H Green Stomps "Across from St. Vincent's" Spencer's 28 WEST STEPHENSON FREEPORT, ILLINOIS Card= Luggage Handbags Unusual Gifts Decorative Item= Personal Leather Goods I~IWU CLF.AH/~G FURNACES a BOILERS a CHIMNEYS r R denthl -- Commerdal indusffi l "Cleaning ts Our Only Business" BURDETT H. SMALL FRANCHISED OWNEB (Stephen=on County) 881 W. Galena AD 2-1514 ATLAS Tires Bofferies Accessories Adams & Winneshiek Phone AD 2-8010 Freeport power for the surveillance of the STERLING--Mrs. John E. McDonald, St. Mary parish, Dec. 28. workers." It went on to say that WARREN--Patrick J. Duly, 89, St. the two groups would step up ef- Anne parish, Dec. 29. WOODSTOCK--Miss Evelyn C. Howard, forts to help Spanish workers oh-st. Mary parish, Dec. 29. Armand J. Granger, 84, St. Mary par- tain union and democratic ish, Dec, . rights. The statement also was criti- Deaf Mute Takes col of the Western democracies for giving assistance to the ~=W as Brother Franco governrnent "for rea- sons of expediency."MELBOURNE, Australia -- (NC)--A deaf mute has'-taken his first vows as a Dominican Brother at St. D ~ m i.n i c' s church, East Camberweil, near Melbourne. THE He is Brother Gabriel O'Con- nor, who had trained as a prin- ter before joining the Domini- cans. A Dominican lay brother and, a theology student who used sign language witnessed the vows. In ROCKFORD For A Quality and LOW COST Diaper Service Dial WO 5-2625 JULIAN FUNERAL DIEECTORS O Win. H. Poorman, Owner 304 North Fifth St. Rockford Forty Hours Sacred Heart, Aurora--Feast of the Holy Family. St. Peter, South Beleit--Feast of the Holy Family. JANITOR SUPPLIES CHEHlCA[ CO. 623 7th--Rockford Phone WO 3-5977 =They look like new. when we get thru". PARIS AUTO SHOP Wreck Rebuilders SINCE 1931 1231 S. Main Rockford Dial WO 3-4801 24 Hr. Tow Service CERAMIC TILE CO. JOHNSON & WlESLAND Complete Line Selection Armstrong Floor & IT/aU Tile Formie~ PLu~burgh Paints AD 3-2617 S01 West South Street FREEPORT, ILLINOIS PLASTERING CONTRACTORS Acoustical Treatment No Job Too Leqle or ! Too Smoll 2115 20th Avenue III. PHONE WO