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I i;iDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1961 ! Teachers Won't Be Replaced by Educational TV ROCKFORD---Students on the MARIAN third six-week period and se- By Michael Meyer . lp~l ~Lu.l -- t~t~) 7- .c, auca: mester honor rolls have been WOODSTOCK -- This week tlonal TV is here tostay out it announced at St. Thomas high the Junior Class of Marian re- w.nt never repia~ me tea~ner, school. Timothy H a r r i s and ceived their class rings. No t.ne pres!oent ox uetrott unlver- Thomas Nevins are on b o t h doubt every Junior was" gladiSt~ s, ala here lists, and Nevins has straight to receive his or her graduation:, eamer Lawrence v. t~r ltt, ~.- A's for the third'period Luke ring after such a long wait! g sa].a ma~ stuaents.ln t.ne ' . year zO~lr WlU De stuoylng nls- Matran a is on the semester Friday Jan 27 the pho-; g S~ tory oI me ~vs Dy watching hst and seniors on the third more Class held their annual r ' ' . . . . Ill on l/ tape lney Will De eve- period list are Michael Bubrick, class nance which was enuuea I " . : ", " " " " n " hi a ' wlmesses to nlstory ne aaoefl Michael Burn~ L a r r y Lisle Evening m Vmn a t s ye r. I ' -,' "' ' to. me envy ol people WflO learn- Thomas McCullough Stephen The Gaynotes prowded the en-[^~ ~;o,^ ~. +, ~o] * "n 1 " uu lllOL~Jl~' L).v lll,[=lllUij, ,~ ~.4~:)~D.- Schoemng and Thomas Smi~- tertm ment for tm evening. [ ielsk~ "~ The long awaited semester re-Png to rememoer names, oases, '" events an(a places. Four juniors are on both lists: [,port t~e~Vds warI d~s:rlbu~edun~r:;[ The Jesuit priest told the De- Gary Johnson Michael Kerns iaay t zl. an~ up g [troit Economics Club that 37 ' ' i~was pOSSlDle to see every pos- Delbert Vanstone and Gary Su- f cial ressionlSChools in Maryland are already , Slole Kln(1 OI a exp oja who has strmght A s ]connected by coaxial cable an- Known to man. z,ome peopm Two sophomores with straight,h while "+~" labling one instructor to teach ,Cs on both lists are Hans Rokus ~ad Some were disannointedlWmely separamo classes. and W,liam Sparks Michaol and still others'surpri; 7 I. In Texas he s!ated 1,1sen/loges Douglas is on both honor rolls, ~ Inave compie~ea pla or a and third period students lis~d ~ . /-~ [microwave link. to permit au- dko: James Cruthoff, F r a n k rmgttsn t ourses [thorities to reach growing cam- llrinelli, Kenneth S a n t o r o ]pus groups. And a Midwestern ~'~'naid Schreiber and Thomas ~'or Kelugees i w 9xpenment be gmmng m ~aDhorn |~eptemoer, 1961, wiu make pus- "- " MIAMI- (NC) -- Barry Col-[sible the showing of tapes of AQUIN lege has begun a free program[renowned lecturers to some five FREEPORT -- Scholastic of English language courses for[million s t u d e n t s at 13,000 honors for the second quarter Cuban professional men and re-/schools in a five-state area, Che were awarded to the following fugee physicians. [priest said. students from Aquin Catholic The institution operated by the[- Central high school: ~isters of St. Dominic of Adrian, Seniors: Maureen Boyle, Judy Casey, Carolyn Engle, Marilynn Meyer, Tom Raih, Mike Smith, Sally Smith; Juniors: Larry Blackbourn, Marguerite Cardi- nal, Kenneth Conter;' Robert Czervionke, Beverly Fangman, Russell Glastetter, Frederica Grant, Frank Rohde, Dennis Wilson, Mary Weimer; Sopho- mores: Sherry Baker, Mary Cul- ver, John Klein, P a t r i c i Pueckc, Joyce Richter, Susan Seeker; Freshmen: Jean Ban- gasser, Mary Sue Casciana, Marilyn Casey, Suzanne Engle, Cynthia Ganshert, Mary Hamer, Kathy Petta, Mary Joan Rob- erts, Ann Sauer, Cynthia Shel- ley, Patricia Steinman, David Vorwald. Spencer's 312 LOCUST ST. STERLING, ILL. Mich thus joined the efforts of Miami educational institutions to aid Cubans, many of~whom cannot find employment be- ause of a tanguage harrier. In addition, it has been re- ~orted that some 2,500 of theI 500 Cuban children attending schools here are enrolled in e e bility of calling on the Federal government for funds if the Cuban children cause a deficit in the public school budget. SUNDAY 6:30 P.M. JAMES GARNER ~r JACK KELLY Channel 13 WREX. IV THE OBSERVER IFAMILY CLINIC Requiescant IDad Says St'r]an''Patr~k'ewebar"'I~,~'|nf.nbrHoIYl By Father John L. Thorn&s, S.J. Angels parish. Jan= 28. - I Assistant Professor of Sociology /vlrs. Pt~flDa /WCL)OIlalCft ~6,~t*/WdFy| parish, 3an. 26. ' [ St. Louis Universsty ~icnael J. Reines, 72, Annunciation Par-I ish, Jan. 25 ] "I'm thmrteen and an e~ghth grader m a nearby school. Nex CARY Charles Leo Butler 59 Ss Peter an~"-Paul parish, Jan. 24.' ' /month~ a Civic League dance is coming up, I'd like to go with DiXON--David James, 77, St. Patrick! """" " ~ ~ " m father sa-s n because parish, Jan. 25. gray ghHrleno very muefl, nut, y y o EAST ouauouE-eawar~ ~vnoe, 7o,]there are age groups ranging from 13-17 years. I don't think St. Mary parish, 3an. 28 " n ar ELGIN--Mrs Rose Vflle~la 60 $I {thts IS fasr considering I m allowed to go to girl a d boy p - T,?~s~['~er~s~, ~.~ ~.' .'. ./ties and this dance will be well chaperoned. Don't you think MA*%~M K~--~onr~cJ Uu t~orn, ~y, hi./ O" Charles aorromeo parish, Jan. 27. ]l should be allowed to go. Frank 5. Keller, 33, ,St. Charles Bar-[ . ~ -jr romeo parish, Jan. 23 i . , JOHNSBURG--John 'W. Schaefer, ~3,1 I think you already know my answer Maureen out your tel- St. John the Baptist church, Jan. 29. J ' ' McHENRY--Joseph E. Freund, 67, St.Jter raises some interesting pom~s that meritfurther comment.: M~7- ~.~sh' Ja2",~'" - - --tit's easy to understand how you feel about this dance. Others KI~,M/VI~--WJlIIam J. ~merson, B/, " : St. Joseph church, Jan. ~8. in your class are probably expecting to attend. You re not gozng~ ROCKFORD--Mrs. Jennie Oi Raimon- ' ' o rl It' : do, 59, St Mary parish, Jan 23 on a date The affair will be well managed and rde y. s ishM. r~anM~ia Pint, 78, St. Anthony par- only held once a year. It will be "fun." Mrs. Call'at!he V. Ary, 50, St. Berna- OF COURSE IT WILL BE! All normal young people enjoy Oette parish, Jan. 23 .* 'l ~rs LUC e M Hunfley, 46, St James social events hke parties or dances, rl'riere's a detlgntIut sense parish, Jan. 26 " " Otto W Gehlhausen 51 St James per-of excitement and expectancy about dressing up and going ~n, ~aa." 27. ' ' ' some place where vou will meet others. At your age there's ST. CHARLES--AArs. N%artha Oriessen ~ ~ " ' -'I 65, St. Patrick church, Jan. 28. also come curiosity, wnac floes It Ieel liKe tO De on your owl WOODSTOCK--G bert J Carroll, 76 ' ~ ' ~ 1 oti e ~ "" " ri- " -4",socially. To make new acqualntances. Wl I you be n c d, bY. /wary !Oa St1, Jan. 2 . WOODSTOCK--Robert PhiaL, infant, at. Dance with many different partners? It's something to look Mary parish, Jan. 25. forward to--it will be fun to talk about it afterwards. As the "~-----~--'---~ ~ well-known TV show puts it, "You were there!" rmropean lour BUT YOUR FATHER SAYS YOU WON'T BE there. What's o ~ 1 wrong with him? Doesn't he want you to enjoy yourself? And oponsorea oy besides, he's not very consistent. You can attend parties but " " not this dance. It just isn t fair. Newman Club THAT'S THE WAY YOU SEE THE SITUATION. Let's look - Cords Luggage Handbags Unusual Gifts Decorative Items Personal Leather Gouda DeKALB -- Among m a n y "firsts" this year the Newman club at Northern Illinois univer- sity is sponsoring a student alumni tour of eight western European countries. The Ray. Hubert McGinn, chaplain of Newman center, will also serve four brief outlines by Muldoon France and Monaco. students on literary influences of Highlights of the trip will be the present era, plus a lively stops at Florence, Lourdes, and diversified musical pro- Rome and Versailles. The all-in- gram. elusive price of $1,195 per person Present Program is based on tourist accommoda- ,tions on the ship, land transpor- Beginning at 7:30 p.m ttC: tulipn and sightseeing, economy advance choral group oI class jet air ticket, nearly all school will open. the program meals and accommodations in a with 'Come to the fair" ann~. . .' ~ ~ a~t ~twm-oeaae(~ room wtm o m rio La 1,1. L, ater they will' . - ~where available m first class ho- ClOSe me program With '1 WalK I- With God," tels. . In between will bc the four For reservations and addition- - o- ~ .~ ~al information write to Father speecnes, two son~,s oy me ,~. ~ W.~ ~.T 1 1 ~'~ h ~t. ~ ~,~u iylelJlnn.~IU P~ormal roam ue- ,sop onlore Cuur Iz igzoup,~u ' ~, Dear, What Can the Matter Be" lxain or 9c.gma l o.t! r s, o~ .~. Lake St brute 190 Chicago I 111 and "Down by the Riverside," a " " ' '" ' " band number, "Ain't We. Got Fun." and Modern Music Mas-Wed 59 Years ELGIN -- The 59th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J01in C. Kr011 was celebrated at! Mass Thursdayat St. Joseph church Feb. 2 is a 1 s o Mrs K r o 1 l s 80th birthday. The Krolls have lived in Elgin the )ast three years, moving from Chicago. They have seven chil- !dren, 16 grandchildren and six igreat grandchildren. Cut Red Tape NEW ORLEANS- (NC)- City s c h o o 1 superintendent James Redmond said he will dispense with requirements for birth certificates and other do- cuments in admitting 50 chil- dren of Cuban refugees to New Orleans Schools, ~--------'~l~lllll~lllll~][~lters directed by Miss Elizabeth /Jr -- -- J iMiller in "Tango Tropical." I " Student Speakels TED'S iil The NafionalB . II . / "'-"~ 111 II Four studc'm speakers and --ql"I J I B Ill OF STERLIhG I:their subjects are "The Intrin- laoeraasflery I!sic Value of Pasternak's Liter- " I! ary Productions" by Rita Thom- & BOYS' STORE (S & H GREEN STAMPS) STERLINg, ILL, II II I REAL ESTATE and TAX SERVICE Wm. L. DOYLE REALTOR PHONE MA 5-3416 "Growing By Helping Others to Grow" Member of the Federal Insurance Deposit Corporation J. DILLON Oil Company Phillips 66 Products LOCUST TEL. MA. S.la 0 STERLING Phillips 66 Service Also In Oregon--Polo--Sterling Ready To Serve You as; "The Influence of John New- man on the Oxford Movement" by Carole Coppoletti; "The Poets Laureate of England" by Bar- bara Helm" "The Influence of the Atomic Age on the Poetry of Robert Frost" by Rosemary Cuccia. Preceding the fair and pro- gram will be a short business session of MEA conducted by Henry Wirry, president. Sister Irmina, O.P directs the choral groups and band, while Sister Ignatia, O.P Muldoon librarian, 321 Locust St. ~ Sterling Carpet Drapery -- Linoleum' GRENNAN and A Catholic owned and managed Funeral Home MATT GRENNAN, Owner JIM GRENNAN, Assistant 202 FOURTH AVE. STERLING MA 6-0122 has had charge of arranging for books and magazines Staffing the four booths will be Judy Anderson, Lucille Brus- cato, Colleen Heath, Karen Honl, Kay Kuczynski, Marjorie Kretsinger, Mary Marchiarato and Dorothy Pyzinski. One booth will have books for adults, an- other books for teen agars, while a third will be devoted exclusive- ly to Image books and the fourth will have only Catholic periodi- cals. at it from your father's viewpoint. You realize, of course, that his decision is not based on any desire' to keep you from having fun. If he thinks it is necessary to forbid you to attend this dance, it's because he is concerned about your real happi- ness. Unlike many modern fathers he does not try to escape his obligations by limiting his role to earning the family in- come. That's a big job, indeed, hut he also recognizes that God has entrusted him with your guidance and protection. Until you you are entering the final stage in your physical development as a woman. You are rapidly becoming biologically capable of )rocreation. The maturing of this power to beget life has im- )ortant consequences for you. PHYSICALLY AND EMOTIONALLY YOU ARE ceasing to be a child: You stand at the threshold of a new world---a world of expanding experience, greater freedom, more adult interests and concerns. Naturally you are eager to get started. BUT "GROWING UP" IN OUR SOCIETY is a gradual process including many different, and often conflicting, elements that must be kept in balance. For example, you need further study and training, yet you also want to have some "fun." You will soon be physically capable of procreating, but marriage is out of the question for some years to come. You desire to start associating with boys, though such friendships may easily lead to the emotional involvement called love. ON THE OTHER HAND, YOUR TIME and energy ar~ neces- sarily limited--there are only twenty-four hours in each day! Somehow, you must keep the right balance. This won't always be easy. As a child, you lived for the moment, under the tyranny of the present. Now you must learn to judge the present in terms of the future. The way you use your time and energy now has long range consequences. You are no longer a child. WHAT HAS ALL THIS TO DO WITH going to just one sin- gle dance? If you stop to think it over, you will see that your father's decision is based on all the factors I have mentioned above. He knows, and you should know, that it is not a ques- tion of just one dance. If you attend this one, there will be other occasions that seem just as harmless and important to you. He is not being unfair in allowing you to attend parties but refusing his permission for a public dance. The circumstances are not the same. There is little control over the type of per- sons whom you will meet. He does not want your interest--- and imagination--focused prematurely on such forms of en- tertainment. YOUR PROBLEM--TO THE EXTENT that you have one--- is created by the foolish, thoughtless parents who allow their young daughters to attend such dances Your father has better sense, and because he has your real interests at heart, .he has the patience and courage to protect you. (Father Thomas is unable to answer personal letters.} . . WHEN IN STERLING . . . IT'S Y.antrrn RESTAURANT J For Fine Food Atmosphere Service Open--7:30 A.M. to 10 P.M. Daily and Sunday 11 A.M. to 10 P.M. --"Where Good Friends Meet"-- 121 E. Third St. Sterling, Ill. IN UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE ~ BEDDING PRODUCTS MA 5-0750 ll E. 4th St. Sterling Our Name On Your Prescription Is Like "Sterling" on Silver . Have Your Preseriptions Filled At EBERLEY'S in Stcrling, Illinois Hours: 8 A.M. l0 P.M Mon. Sat. 8:30 A.M. 12:30 P.M. Sun. 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The Requiem Mass will be of- fered at 10:30 a.m. on Wednes- day, Feb. 1, at St. Mary's Con- vent, Notre Dame, Indiana, motherhouse of the Sisters. The Reverend James O'Brien, a nephcw of Mother Mary Clare, will be the celebrant of the Mass. Father O'Brien, who was ordained last year, is now sta- tioned at the Church of St. John Berchmanz, Chicago. Another nephew, Brother Justin, O.P in the Dominican Novitiate, Ross, California, will be unable to come to the funeral, Interment will follow the Re- quiem Mass, in the coramunity cemetery at the motherhouse at St. Mary's. Friends who wish to call may do so during the day or evening of Monday and Tuesday and be- fore the Mass on Wednesday. Two brothers of Mother Mary Clare live in Chicago: James J. 0'Brian and George J. O'Brien, Sisters of the Holy Cross teach at Marian Central Catho- lic high school and St. Mary ~grade school. Woodstock and iSt. Joseph grade ~chooi, Har- yard. EST, 1932 LEO J. 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