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PAGE 10 | EET THE LERGY THE REV. DANIEL BERNARD GEOGHEGAN was born in Linsmore, Ireland on Nov. 28, 1918 the son of James and Hanna Kennefick Geoghegan. He corn- pleted his high school studie and part of his college course at the Christian Brothers Col- legiate School, Lismore, Co. Waterford. Father Geoghegan took his philosophy studies at St. John c o ] I e g e, Waterford City, Ireland and his theology I studies at St. John college, Wa- terford City and St. Mary Semi- nary, Baltimore, Md. He was ordained by the Most Rev. John J. Boylan at St. James Pro-Cathedral on Sept. 23, 1944. Before being assigned to his present post as pastor of St. Bernadette parish, Rockford, Father Geoghegan served as assistant at St. James, Belvi- dare; St. Patrick, Rockford; St. Mary, Aurora; and St. M a r y, Elgin, and as chaplain of St. Anthony hospital, Rockford. ROCKFORD -- Mounting bills for improvements and operat- ing expenses have galvanized the St. Anthony Home and School association and most of the school's 700 child enrollment into action again this year, as- sociation president William .Ca- son announced this week. In an effort to pay for such things as a new paint job for Anthony Home and School as- sociations name. Nationally Advertised The chocolate is a nationally advertised name brand sold in better restaurants and hotels everywhere: It is packaged in quarter pound bars with the la- bels supplied particularly for the occasion. The children take or- THE OBSERVER BISHOPS' RELIEF FUND DIRECTORS REGIONAL MEETING -- Twenty-five diocesan cam- paign directors of the 15th annual American Catholic Bishops' Relief Fund Appeal from the midwestern regional area attended the 1961 campaign meeting and luncheon held in Chicago. His Excellency Edward E. Swanstrom, auxiliary Bishop of New York and executive director of Cath- olic Relief Services-National Catholic Welfare Conference, the Bishops' overseas relief ageucy, presided at the day-long meeting. The minimum national goal of the Bishops' Relief Fund Appeal which will be held in the majority Of the 16,500 parishes of the United States, March 5-12, is $5 million This year's theIhe is, For the least of these, My brethren . . . Pictured 1. to r are di- ocesan campaign directors from Illinois, the Rev. Michael J. Shanahan, Rockford, Bishop Swan- strom, Msgr. Thomas J. Holbrook, Chicago, and Msgr. William Cassin, Springfield. the classrooms and blacktop for ders and will also make direct the playground the association has organized a short but in- sales. tense drive by the students to Canvassing will start Friday, sell hundreds of bars of milk Feb. 10 and will be city wide. chocolate with almonds packag-'Lyle Sherbine, chairman of the ed in wrappers bearing the St. sale and Vice President of the association, expects most of the Newsmen Have selling to be done over the week- end, though the rest of the week Res po ~ will be allowed for late comers nstbdtt and "mopping up operations." ROME -- (NC) -- Journalists Attractive Prizes have a terrible responsibility because the printed word is the Besides the general incentive most powerful weapon of truth, of helping to pay for the im- Fernando Cardinal Cento told provements they have benefitted Rome's newsmen on the feast from, the youthful salesmen will of St. Francis de Sales, patron be spurred on by the thought of the Catholic press, of attractive prizes: transistor radios for the school's top three The Cardinal, a member of salesmen, plus five additional the Vatican administratiee staff, prizes for the five top salesmen celebrated Mass at the Saleslan of each room. chapel in Rome for many of Organization and management gee,s in the U.S whom he call- our country," he declared, urer. the city's newsmen ~nd writ- ~; .~ ~. ~,^~ ~ ed 'the counterrevolution in ex- " ---- -- of the drove is b~-,s =,~ u~ ers. He urged journalists, to be the room mothers. Very Ray. lie. . J:~D aware of the responsibility that Fr. Anastasius, O.F.M. Canal, At the same meeting, Mr. j ~m ~1~ goes along with their "power is pastor of St. Anthony's Church Hart said Catholic schools are to elevate or submerge souls, and Sister Mary Alexis is Prin- 'inculcating the most absurd [ to corrupt and poison them." [cipal of the school ideas and poisoning the minds ] Cardinal Canto said: "God,I lot their students. . ] H~ Folks, I'm Back the giver of all good, has given " I I~ "~T ] The natmnal school, he con- the precious gift of talent. Iur In Rockford at anlze l~ew [tinued, "is making one type of: you You thereforehavethedutyto[t71 ~ 1. P ,11 [man withoutprejudiceoffears ~ S AUTO SA use it, as He would, in the serv-/l~lgn[s bounCll and the private (Catholic) sehooi BYR,~N T~,J is creating another type of man ice of truth. Truth has the need[ u -- ne newty organ-1 . . xuu oI prejumces ano ues. we of a voice, as Pope Plus XII[ lzed Mary and Peter Counmll I are nor going m permit l~ voiceSaid' andwhichthereachesm o s tthepoWerful[. 4739, Knights of Columbus, will[ " I (Temporary Location at) public] hold its charter banquet Satur- Accused Catholic Schools I today is that of the press." ]day, Feb. 11, at 7 p.m. at the[ President Dorticos accused 3737 E. STATE ST. At Palermo, during a similar[ Byron high school. [Catholic schools of "feeding observance, Ernesto Cardinal J The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane,[ lies to, and hiding the truth" i Ruffini, Archbishop of Paler- mo, said: "All spiritual values ] Bishop of Rockford, will be the[from students about the Castro ~i are interdependent. There is no ~ principal speaker at the ban- revolution. All teachers not in liberty without truth, there is] quet. l accord with the ideas of the no peace without justice. The mission entrusted to the press is among the most delicate and important because it is precise- ly the mission of following spir- itual values, fighting e r r o r s even in the face of risks." " Cuba President Charges Loretto Alumni dy S tir s Opp osition Officers Elected Ke enn ~oc~o~,- Members el Cuba s President Osvaldo Dorticos has charged the administra- Loretto International, a group tion of President Kennedy with fomenting increased Catholic includin~ all who attended opposition to the Castro regime, schools conducted by the Sisters President Dorticos, along with Education Minister Armando of Loretto, will greet their of- Hart, also attacked Catholic schools i~n a move that may herald ricers for 1961 at a meeting Sun- nationalization of the schools, day, Feb. 12, in St. Mary church Meanwhile, a military court in Santa Clara in central Cuba tried hall from 3 to 5 p.m. All former 29 Catholics, most of them members of Catholic Action groups. Loretto students, their families on charges of counterrevolutionary crimes. Verdicts have not and friends are invited. Movies been announced, will be shown, and refreshments Increase Not Accidental [-- served. . |Castro New officers are: Robert E. Slattery, president; Miss Jane F. Pumphrey, vice president; Miss Margaret Geary, corres- pending secretary; Mrs. Patrick Dolan, recording secretary; and Mrs. Robert E. Slattery, treas- Smorgasbord at The Salad Bowl Rockford Serving Business Men's Luncheon Daily lP to 2 -- Family Dinners 5 to 8 Sunday 11 to 8 We invite Cotholic dinner ond luncheon groups to moke reservotions. we 5-6509 Come Out To Our Showing Of SHOWROOM FRESH CARS All Makes Plus 150 Fine 1960-59-58 And Older Handpicked Used Cars LYNCH TOM'S AUTO SALES Tel.: EX. 9-0269 DIAMONDS WATCHES SILVER CHINA CRYSTAL Established 1896 BOLENDER'S 330 West State Rockford, Ill. The 4321 W. 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The price for Mom and Dad $1.95 each For the children under 12 $1.25 each SUPERMARKET NO. 3 --- 2643 11th St: -- WO 2-3705 O V E 'R Cars--49 Thru '56 No Down Payment "We Service What We Sell" Albert Motel Dining [ t Corner of East State and Alpine EX 9.2058:r ck' *a'Ill, Patronize Our Advertisers,l FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1961 WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Feh. 11 1:00 Picture for a Saturday Afternoon "'Great Guns" A-I 4:30 The Early,Show' "Young Tom Edison" A-I 10:00 The Best of CBS "Viva Zapata" A-II Sunday, Feb. 12 ' 12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon "Of Human Hearts" A-1 10:lS The Late Show "Ruggles of Red Gap'" A-I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "The Great Moment" A-I Monday, Feb. 13 4:30 The Early Show "'He[di" A*I 10:1S The Late Show "All My Sons" B Tuesday, Feb. t4 4:30 The Early Show "Love Finds Andy Hardy" A-I 10:15 The Late Show "Ladies in Love" A-II 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Calcutta" A-II Wednesday, Felb. lS 4:30 The Early Show "'Chetniks" A-I 10:15 The Late Show "'Miracle of the Bells" A-I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Buck Benny Rides Again" A-I Thursday, Feb. 16 4:30 The Early Show "Among the Living" B 10:15 The Late Show "Terzen Escapes" A-I 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Pacific Ad- venture" A-I Friday, Feb. 17 4:30 The Early Show "Strawberry Blonde" A-II 10:1S The Late Show "For Whom the Bell Tolls" B 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Mr: Peabody and the Mermaid'" A-II WISC, Channel 3, Madison Saturday, Feb. 11 10:30 Theatre Three "Ships with Wings" A-I Sunday, Feb. 12 t0:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:35 p.m. Theatre Three "'N~hf Unto Night" A-II Tuesday, Feb. 14 10:30 p.m. Theater Three "The Great Mr. Nobody" A-I Wednesday, Feb. 15 10:30 p.m. Theater Three "Man Who Talked too Much" A-II . Thursday, Feb. 16 10:45 p.m. Theater Three "HeWs Kitchen" A-II Friday, Feb. 17 10:30 p.m. Theater Three "Captain Blood" A-1 WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago 12:00 The Late, Late Show "House of Dracula" B Sunday, Feb. 12 11:30 a.m. Sunday Showtime "China" A-H 11:00 p.m. The Late Show "Tennessee Johnson" A-] Monday, Feb. "13 8:00 Morning Movietime "China Sky" A-II 4:00 The Early Show "'Angel Face" B 10:15 The Late Show "Frenchman's Creek" B Tuesday, Feb, 14 0:00 Morning Movietime "Honeymoon" A-II 4:00 The Early Show "Tender Comrade" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Love Letters" A-II Wednesday, Feb lS ~0:00 Morning Movietlme ,"Easy Living" A-II 4:00 The Early Show "'The Bachelor and the Bobby Soxer" A-I !0:15 The Late Show "Hatters Castle" A-II Thursday, Feb. 16 8:00 Morning Movietime "'Alleghany Uprising" A*I 4:00 The Early Show "Devil's Canyon" A-II 10:15 The Late Show "Men With Wings" A-I Friday, Feb. 17 8:00 Morning Movietime "Count the Hours" A-II 4:00 The Early Show "The Enchanted Cottage" A-I 10:15 The Late 5how "Wake Island" A-I WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Saturday, Feb. 11 3:00 20th Century Theatre "Every Saturday Saturday Night" A-I 11:1S The Big Movie "'My Lucky Stars'" A-I Sunday, Feb. 12 10:30 KNOW TNE TRUTH 10:4S THE CHRISTOPHERS Monday, Feb. 13 10:45 p.m. The Big Movie "Wake Up and Dream" A-I Tuesday, Feb. 14 10:4S p.m. The Big Movie "It Could Happen to You" A-II Thursday, Feb. 16 10:45 p.m. The Big Movie "Invaders From Mars" A-I Friday, Feb. 17 10:45 p.m. The Big Movie "Destroyers" A-I WREX, Channel; 13, Rockford Saturday, Feb. 11 11:15 p.m. Encore Theatre "Tennessee Johnson" A-I Sunday, Feb. 12 10:1S SACRED HEART PROGRAM Tuesday, Feb. 14 11:30 The Late Show "The Pied Piper" A-1 Wednesday, Feb. lS 11:30 p.m. The Late Show "Rogues* Regiment" A-II Friday, Feb. 17 11:00 p.m. MGM Star Theatre "Tarzan Escapes" A-I 12:40 The Late Show "Stable Mates" A-I WKOW, Channel 27, Madison Saturday, Feb. 11 3:00 p.m. Western Playhouse "Thunder- hoof" A-I I 10:00 Fanfare "Corvette K-2SS" A-I Sunday, Feb. 12 10:00 The Sunday Movie "Seven Sinners" B 1:00 Fanfare "Corvette K-255" A-I 10:30 The Late Show "Seven Sinners" B Monday, Feb. 13 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 10:2S p.m. The Late Show "Godzilla" A-II Tuesday, Feb. 14 10:2S g.m. The Lat6 Show "Babes on Broadway" A-1 Wednesday, Feb. lS 10:25 p.m. The Late Show "We Were Dancing" A-II Thursday, Feb. 16 10:2S p.m. The Late Show "Thc Cross of Lorraine" B j,Friday, Feb. 17 ;10:25 p.m, The Late Show "Blackmail" A-OO WMTV, Channel 33, Madison Sunday, Feb. 12 5:00--BISHOP SHEEN. 11H WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Saturday, Feb. 11 10:30 o.m. The Big Movie "The Eternal Sea" A-I Sunday, Feb. 12 10:30 g.m. Feature Theater "King of Wild Horses" A-I Holy Name Men Sponsor Dance DIXON -- The Holy Name society of St. Anne parish is sponsoring a Valentine dance in the new social hall Sunday, Feb. 12, from 8:30 until 11:30 p.m. This is the first social event to be held in the new hall, and the last before Lent. Jim Campbell's orchestra will provide music and free refresh- ments will be served. The public Saturday, Feb. 11 2:00 Channel 5 Playhouse "99 River Street" B 10:15 Movie 5 "The Hitchhiker" A-II is invited and tickets may be Sunday, Feb. 12 )urchased at the door. 10:15 p.m. Movie S "Flesh and Fantasy'" A-II Monday, Feb. 13 4:00 Movie 5 "Counterattack" A-II Wednesday'Feb'lSl ~1 4:00 Movie S "Rock, Rock, Rock" A-I Thursday, Feb. 16 4:00 Movie S "Long John Silver" A-II Friday, Feb. 17 4:00 Movie 5 "'The Inheritance" A-II WOC, Channel6, Davenport 11 MFG A1 C ft B I Saturday, Feb. 11 uma ra oats 10:50 p.m. Premiere Performance "Fast and Furious" A-II 11:15 p.m. Premiere Performance "Mrs, n n u en Mniiver" A-I Monday, Feb. 13 12:10 Movie Matinee "Bullet for Joey" "' II Everything Above I Tuesday, Feb. 14 t2:]0 Movie Matinee "He Ran All the Wednesday, Feb. 15 12:]0 Movie Matinee "Personal Affair" Thursday, Feb. 16 12:10 Movie Matinee "Golden Misfress" B Friday, Feb. 17 II ED THORNE S HARDWARE I 12:10 Movie Matinee "Return to Para- dise" B WITI,2:oo TheChannel ,6,EarlySaturdaY,show Feb YoungMilwaukeelt Tom II ~' MARINE CENTER I 9:30 The Late Show "Edison the Man" Open Mon. and Fri. 8 to 8 -- Saturdays 8 to 6 J ' '=mgl o~H Dial WO 3-5409 Storage Co - 330 S. Wyman Rockford III. ABOUT DIAMONDS By Harold Troxel (St. Bernadette Parish) 50% of Diamonds Mined Unfit For Gem Use ~ Diamonds a r mined principal- ly in South Afri ca, Venezuela, British Guiana, and Brazil pro- duce a few. 91% of all diamonds come from Afri- ca. Many mines ~roduce only one part diamonds to fifty-two million parts Zeta. Many diamonds are of such poor quality they are used only for industrial purp- oses, The balance are "cut" meaning ground by diamond finishers to achieve brilliance and beauty Cutting a diamond further reduces its area but en- hances the beauty giving bril- liance and sparkle. When buy- ing your diamond consult your specialist lIarold H. Troxel, a ROCKF You can bank on the Illinois National in more ways than one! Convenient i corner , DRIVE-IN BANKING This map shows why so many people | bank conveniently and easily at Illinois National! Sit down and drive in! G4ty Pa rking :.:+-.:.:. 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