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FRIDAY, MARCH I0, 1961 ST. EDWARD play the male roles. They are school at a later date. ELGIN Friday March 3 the lPaul Buddy, Dan Commas, Joet Since the faculty members had gymnasium of St. 'Edward 'was Diehl, John Schelling Jack Sim-~no classes to conduct, they were the scene of the annual mid-term mane and Richard Weirich. Alsolfree to visit any class they wish- honnr~ ~rn~ram A~ Thomas competing for these parts areled in order to observe the pro- Oman played the processional, John Dittman and Ronald Teschlcedures followed and the work an honor guard of senior mere- of East high and Tom Ward olaf the students in classes other of the St. Edward honor so- Joliet Central. than their own. led the procession of Ha- Several different styles of pro- The day closed with a talent al Honor society members duction~ have been Used in the show entitled "Those Wonderful and inductees, past, and at present one has not Years," which depicted the Tart- John Burgess, National Honor been decided on for this year's ous forms of entertainment an- society president, explained the production. Arena style on five joyed in the twentieth century. history of the eerie,v, and in,re- levels is under consideration. ] MARIAN duced Judy Kuzas, who spoke onr MULDOON By Michael Meyer "Character," one of the reqmre- ROCKFORD Students run-WOODSTOCK -- Marian's stu- monte for membership in the so- ning a school? How unusual! But dent council is planning to spon- ciety. Tom Gumble delivered a that is exactly what happened at ear a special Courtesy week in speech on "Service." The pro- Muldoon high school this week. the near future. Under the di- gram continued with Sharon Con-March 7 was Student Council rection of Mr. Grimm, faculty way speaking on the necessity of "Leadership," and Helen Dan- nor then explained the meaning of "Scholarship." Pive New Members Five seniors were accepted as members in the National Honor society. The Rev, Robert Schnei- der bestowed the hoods on Janet Kollwelter, C y n t h i a Soucie, Cathy Kribs. Thomas Zimmer- man and Richard Rachner. This year St. Edward has adopted a new school insignia. The explanation pf the insignia was given by James Green. The program continued with Richard Rachner giving the his- tory and requirements for mem- bership in the St. Edward Honor society. The new seniors induct- ed into the society were Dana Carlin, Mary Diaz. Barbara Wiedemann. Michael Gannon. Joyce Oesch. Sally Stage, Regi- na Noworyta, David Fitchei and Ronald Flora Math Club Jay DeFranco, president of the Mu Alpha Theta. then gave an explanation of the math club and new members were accept- ed. New members were also in- ducted into the Tri Beta Science club after Cathy Kribs gave a brief history of the club. A sextet of junior girls present- ed a choral selection. "Be True." Following an address by Father Schneider, the program was end- ed. eSaturday, March 4, Elizabeth cNabb and Catherine Zellar presented St. Edward at a mathematics contest at Munde- lien college. MADONNA day. advisor, and Dick Koob, chair- For the purpose of developing man, the student council will a sense of leadership and respon- present B skit ironically display- i sibility among them. the students ing a day in the halls of Marian. carry on. for one day, the work~This will start the week off. of the faculty members. I Judges will be appointed by the A student chairman was in student council to keep a watch- charge of each class to lead the ful eye on all students and at discussion and keep things run- ning smoothly. These chairmen were appointed by respective teachers in each classroom. The student council president, Patricia Stafford: was principal for the day, and handled any matters that came into the school office. The other four executive offi- cers of the student council were general st~pervisors. They are vice president, Irene Logli; sec- retary, Rita Thomas; treasurer, Mary Ann Hickey, and Sodality prefect Kathleen Kunczynski. They visited each class and not- back to the oweer. ed the manner in which the stuq The Hurricanes lost, but not dents co-operated with their I without a valiant struggle, to chai/'man and the general con-lthel Crystal Lake" Tigers in this duct of the class. Their observa-[year's regional tournament. The tions will be reported to the game was played in Elgin, ill. the end of the week they will combine their decisions and choose someone as the most courteous person at Marian. The main objective of this week will be to encourage constant cour- tesy at Marian The past week was test week at Marian. Students took their first six weeks tests of the sac- paper and finds something about juvenile delinquents. You very seldom read about teen-agers who live good law abiding lives; these are never publicized. I realize that juvenile delinquency is a problem but I also 4eel that so much publicity helps foster it THE OBSERVER TALENT SHOW--The Student Council talent show, "Those Wonderful Years," was held at Muldoon high school, Rockford last week. The above scene/pose is from Katherine Makulec's pantomime of "Honeybun" from the movie South Pacific. (Photo by Carmen McCanna) ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS ligious vocations are stressed, is with us again Here. at St. FREEPORT -- M a r c h, the Later on that morning, stu- month in which priestly andre-- dents of Aquin high school gathered in our chapel, where they assisted at Holy M a s s night, members of the Serra ]Club held nocturnal adoration in our chapel. In the morninIg the men attended H o 1 y Mass and received Holy Communion I he r,e. Dear Doris: izations that attest to the dave- ing up half the night only make Everyday one opens a news- ,ion of teen-agars who volunteer you tired. It doesn't insure precious hours reading to the good marks, blind or helping the sick. What can you do Rosemary? Well, you and your friends can continue to set a good example Do your best at home. church and school. Keep busy in parish, sodality and CYO. Thank God which concluded with Exposition of the Most Blessed Sacrament Throughout the remainder of the day, residents of St. Joseph's held hours of adoration. Lenten serwces in the evening w i t h Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament concluded this grace- laden day. We were happy to welcome among our visitors, Bill Rich- ards. one of our Alumni. with his fine wife and lovely chil- dram. Other guests during the week included Father Ambre's brother and his family and Dr. and Mrs. T. J. McDonnell of Sterling. PAGE 9 STERLING--St. Mary of Mr- Henry captured the 15th annual Diocesan Tournament of Cham- pions trophy from a scrappy but overpowered St Mary of Aurora by a comfortable margin of 12 points SUnday evening at New- man Center. Final score at the end of four was 38-26. St. Mary of Sterling wrested second place honors from St. and coach Dick Strong for Ster- ling. Coaching runnerup Rock- ford was Tony Gulatto. The championship Sunday was the culmination of a series of sectional playoffs Feb. 26 which brohght together the larg- est number of entries since the tournament was inaugurated in 1947. Battles in all sectors were hotly contested. Mary of Rockford in a hard CONSOLATION GAME fought consolation contest which Sterling (34) L Rockford (29) was decided by only five points G.F. P: G. ~ P~ Loots 8 ) 0Cudia with the final total at the sound Ports 001 Marinaro 0 0 0 Wagenecht2 ,I3 Gulatto 1 114 of the whistle, 34-29. Shatter 21 0JKuszynski 2 0,I O I Yowell 10 1Pehlan g 00 nrscorea lnree ~'erloas Hall O 0 0 In the championship game, Fink l]00 1, 11~ played at 8:]5 p.m McHenry Stecrkl~rd - -' . 6,6 "~1 -~ outscored the Aurora quintet in s 7 6 s--29 -" " ~ a-ain inF CHAMPIONSHIP GAME the IlrSt nail, lO-lJ, ano g } McHenry (38) Aurora(26) the third period 14-4 before Au- G.F.P.: G F P '~' . . .|Nitz 9 1 0Schoo 4 0 0 rora rallied in the iourtn perloo[Mauch 4 1 l'~oyd 220 ' - W Adams 100 Bubler 201 to lead the scoring,119. OpJSmith ,I 0 ?Sharpenter 402 scorer for the champs was ~'aul Glossow0 0t Brewbeker 0 O2 I Frost 0 00," Nitz with 19 markers. I 1824 ]22s h Rockford McHenry 7 $ 14 9--35 t'ete ~rUlatLO O t e Aurora 6 5 a 11--26 five was the tournament scoring JMedical Care HaNG KONG--(NC)--A bhle and white sampan that ~eaves through the houseboats clus- tered in Hang Kong's Aberdeen harbor is the only hospital most of Jhe houseboat-dwellers ever know. Three days a week it ~s man- ned by Canossian Sisters of Put Tak dispensary in Aberdeen. Another three days a week it is manned by members of the Catholic Women's League of Hang Kong, which provides a registered nurse. The floating dispensary was a gift of the Catholic Women's League of Great Britain. It cost about $300. Retreat Center SCOUt, Korea- Nearly 25.- 000 men of all faiths have at- tended retreats at the U. S. Eighth Army Retreat since it was opened in February, 1955. Basketball Scores Marian Central ,~4, Crystal Lake 78. St. Edward 59, Dundee 50. St. Edward 66, Crystat Lake 80. St. Thomas 57, Dgrand 52. St. Thomas 43, Peoria E. 76. Newman 58,Pock Palls 68. Newman 90,Casey 65. Marmion 44, St. Procoplus 63. Aquin 93, Stockton 85. A~uin 56, Lena-Winslow 7K leader with 37 points in two ~2" games. From m to St. James The afternoon s e m i f i n a 1 CINCINNATI The Sisters ellfrom time to time into temper- matches proved to be the more Chart, at Satan " school heretary chapels for Mass. hotly contested with St. Mary of y high l McHenry squeaking past Star- have n "~aturany," sala one oI me a ame mr au mose mgn Sisters. "we refer to our gym as ling by only three markers in a school gyms that are converted St. James' chapel." close 24-21 decision while Aurora edged Rockford by the slim margin of four points for a 28- 24 victory. Present Trophies Immediately following the evening contests, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Thomas S. Green, V.F representing the Observer which sponsors the annual tournament, presented the coveted trophies to the three top teams. Accepting the awards were: coach Jim Doran for McHenry; coach Lyman Pike for Aurora; LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification of Movies The following is a morel estimate of motion pictures showing in the Rockford Diocese DreDored under the direction of~the Notionol Legion of Decency, 453 Madison Ave New York 22, N.Y with co-operation of the Moti6n Picture Department of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Absent Minded Professor Left. Right ant Center- Teacher and the Miracle Alamo Little Angel Ten Commandments AmazingTransparent Little Sheoherd OfKing. Ten Who Dared Man, The oom Come Aparajifo (Unven- Mighty "Crusaders Three Worlds of Gulliver quished) Modern Times Tomboy and the Champ Ben-Hur One Hundred an ~ OneTom Thumb Lady Chatterley's LoverNana (Fr.) Wasted Lives and the " Letters from My W nd-Never on Sunday Births of Twns J =~ "r~res Battelle, Hordware h -~ ~--" -- -- -- I mi I (Fr) Night Heaven Fe (Fr) Woman of Rome (tel.) | J "" ". I}1 ,ARVAR, III IIl I]l ,= eAR,SO. AGENCY J J SEPARATE 'CLASSIFICATION I Ill ' III I P.LD III~-~ " The ~-~1tl IN2URANCE -- REALTY I11 ,^ seporote Classification is given to earl'am films wl~lch while not morel. I l lJ~m~m~=m~ '.e ~ - Ill ='X~ l~l II ]~,2~l " "'~" I~ I y n. Iga ~rle,l IF offensive reauire some onotysis and explonation as o protectiem to the J I "" "' : Ill Ill gl / I/I, g NELL.BEE g //I ' I I uninformed ogoinst wrong interpretation end false conclusions.) | J ~ R.J. Tikalsky, Owner I I ' j '=" '= ! III V''-- ~,~Va I11~ Z~",'qL,'U","~ ~,/I ~-~i~rl Itl Martin Luther Case of Dr. Laurent Suddenly Last Summer J |1 E Main ~ PK 4-46 ' Storm Center,Crownino Experience I : 4.4, Ill II IIl fl Shoppe HIll 141 Circle of Deception Girl of the N,ght Never Take Candy From I I M orri, t I - I[I 5kelly Products I/l Nelly and'Betty,Ijl Adam end Eve Anatomy of Murder A Stranger I GASOLINE,LAD,ES' ^P,A .EL , " i CHILDREN'S WEAR [ . m ~,s ~* ~" z~ I t"^ .III ,0 A III WEAR ,II I huaallk qwI I/IQuality end LOW COST I[I I:lll=I I1f~ I'N'F'~kNTS"WEAR Ii I III Diaper ServiceIJ llj - II N'z---J l .- =. . I .omptete nutlaing :)ervice Ill -,if= y ,a, ,i rmronlze ,it nau nls=rs Coil Rockford "Collect" ~ Ph 174 ERIE ILL " vv. wv I " - ltl III Harvard--Whdney3.4131 II1 Ph. ERIE, mL I Jl I MT. MORRIS PHONE 4-4716 III WOod o.a S-=t2S Ill ' IJl ll II . ,I :----" .- -" "=- " " " II Unforgiven rather than prevent it. every day of your life that you way home he acted as if moth- presented. T h e kindergarten structive help these men give Gazebo Nature Girl end the Valley of the Redwoods What do you suggest we, the are what you are because of ing was wrong and offered no children sang happy birthday us. General Della Rover, Slaver Village of the Damned Giant of Marathon Night Fighters Visit TO Small Planet By Sandy Dietz law abiding teen-agars, do to His Grace. And you can pay for explanatiton. Do you think he greetings. Gold of the Seven Saints Othello Wake Me When It's Over AURORA The approaching reduce the amount of space dedi- those who aren't as fortunate as deserves another chance? If not Mrs. Shook, s t i 11 an active U/~k][ Gotiath and the Dragon Pay or Die Walk Like A Dragon Great Imposter, The Place in the, Sun Walking Target senior play will be "A Majority rated to this problem? you. what should I do? lady, continues doing her ex- IIF|Vllt Hand, The Please Don't Eat the White Warrior of One" by Leonard Spigelgass. Rosemary Dear Doris: . Wondering quisitely rifle crocheting. When - '- Hannibal Daisies World of Apu This announcement was made on l~ewpapermen~" are as con-~W henlgn'nlli.cllt~tudy s::U::ambe G~him chan, e asked to what particular thing B:30 P.M. A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS" ~v, arcn ny ~mter VL ouame d ueiore ectim ?,:Cur d:t:ata~3ar" she attributed her long life, re- WM: T~ All in A Night's Work Grass Is GreenerPillow Talk O.S.F drama director. Cast try- cernea aoou~ ~n]s Should the entire subject be re- . . g g 3 P,- plied, "Hard work and prayer." stnma'/e All the Fine Young Holler m Pink Tight, Please Turn Over you ~ome give 1 . ~y lsn t me way to win irlenas Cannibals Hell Is a City Plunderers, The outs began the same night, lilY'lilieS " vlewea or snoulu some omer ] " ~ " "" " -- Channel Angel Wore Red Heroes Die Young Portrait In Black "A Majority of One" is a cam- ~lr more space . ann mnuence people, lvzayoe than omers oe plan be followed? I will appre- .So^, tell" "-:^-~hlm tactfullyZ^~"-'* l"""""how'L~ startedAn therthisamUsingweekSportamongW a s l~~ Angry Silence, The Home From the HillPurple Gang edy of a parochial Jewish widow ~ - ciateany nmp~ " you may give" me "Yum ~L~U. UU~LL ~ e,uw u~. Apartment, The House .of Intrigue Rachael Code Hypnohc Eye cause it 1Ssen who accompanies her daughter~~J . - ; .: you past Back to the Wall . Rue de Paris satlonal a n d Savage Innocents ~i~/ t feel about his behavior at the the boys, as many and varied Best at Everything i;m- i/Idlr /IA(JaP'l) and son-in-law ~to Japan. It re- Jonnny e ou ht n e w s wormy S' ~- " ~ party. His answer will giv y kites made their appearance. Ilhr Bi~ Deal on Madonna .' -g . Jack Senechal, The Magnifl. vidCeivedThoreauitS titlewhofrOmwrote,Henry,AnyDa-=.~ ~,~.~~JBut .mast, ' edit"" cureLU YbutJUSrnoten Ugnexhaustedm zeelDon,t~e- ' For the next few weeks, kites u~r ~ Mreet mner,r the W,nd r.nt . a clue to hzs attitude and man- i Passed For White . Black Orpheus It Started In Naples Seven Thieves ors, In printing' '~'h h " . tr ' " . hers. and more kites will be seen in -" captain's Table Jayhawkers Spartacus right than his neigh- y to review all the material the skies, handled by experts, |i~l DRDItlII~ Career Key Witness t man more S ory on Page One t e errors or b r . . Ja, tlquette i~ ~nuz~ Lnan JU~ bar constitutes a majority of ~ Cash McCa(i League of Gentlemen Chance Meeting . Let NO MenWrite My Subterraneans . . following the rules. It springs one'" ~juvenile delin- Y eaamg or marmng mr me . in spite of the sometimes harsh |11 JJ-J~JJJ~J~JJ~|I~L first time material you should ~~~O~o --'----'C llege Conf,dent,al Epitaph Tank Commandos Several Marmion cadets and ~, quency, are try tram connaence in oneselL rer- Cover G~rl KillerMagician Third Voice alreaay Know lng to arouse -- . . " . 11 haps your friend is shy and lacks cranes are FlyingMake Mine Mink Threat graduates have volunteered toDoris R. Peters b"~ revmwtmrianemore in ens ve than n'~ re-eXamaSn um social poise. If this is so he will Crimson Kimono Malaga Tiger Bey Crowded Sky Murder, Inc. Touch of Larceny --,me Cltlzens ~O ,appreciate your reminder. J UKI: UlN LU' " " "MBER ~ln~U --A the Stalrs North to Alaska Unfaithfuis, The =" P.iM ,Ibec me interested enough to do y Dark at the TOp 0fMuse BOX Kid Tunes of Glory If he doesnt care and during little different. It should cover ' " Exodus (Fr,) Virgin Island I~*,~|111 a a " I something about it. view you ve done before and a End of InnocenceNude In a White C,r Upstairs and Downstairs I Pacts of Life Ocean's Eleven Virgin Spring (Swedish) I il If not 'publicizing' news the important details you've un- the next dance acts the samej Building Service end Fuel Fast and Sexy On the Beach Web of Evidence derhned in our t x way forget him Courtesy ~s a 1 ,J/ab ut juvenile delinquenCYevery wouldextra notes' takenY le'n tbook,class andthe charity'. A boy who",dellberately [Ij ,~ ; ng-- To Build ,~ y,gl 400FeverBIows'n the Blood, A OddSone EyedAgMnStjacksTOmorrow WolfWhy Must ILarsen Die I MILLWORK I/prevent it I'm sure editor " " "~'ver-'tt': ~n"tL:n-'' Four Fast Guns Once More With Feeling Wind Cannot Read French Mistress One Foot n He l Wonderful Country certain mt overlooks both ~sn t worth dot | 1.41~Ar~l lAD=tilDe i[in the country would quit~imme-' lOO" s,you're not sure Of. " " Goliath and the Bar Operation Petticoat Young Have NO Time r~y~vP~,--= ~ I Phone 2-6176 ,il diately. It takes a lot more than In reviewing a chapter in the ing. Phone 2-6176 barians Our Man in HavanaYoung One I =~ ,~ ~,r ilreading about a delinquent to ~,B---MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL make I one minimum. Go through the mainl J~;~JJJ~L~ P totally I And Quiet Flows the Don Hell to Eternity R se and Fall ot Legs i tar ~ zears I' textbook, keep rereading to a i~-=-- :: .' headings and try to recall thelJ =.ioym f, I LONG & BROWN ELECTRIC An,e, Bo y Her Br,da, N,gh, (was: D,amond i,Check your local papers and . . ~ Atlantis, the Lost Continent Bride Is Much Too Rook I !% riP i I I'll bet you'll find at least a main Ideas. Check against yourlBB " THUR$ I "~o. Phone U,--We'll Wire You" BetweenBel ved InfideIT,me and HercutesBeautiful)unchalnedFr" RosemarYsanctuary J V I N EH l/Vt . : J weekly page or column devoted notes if you have any. /i~~ 7 P M",KELVINATOR BUPANE E,eroity Herod, The Grea; September Storm I ilto the activities of the good "law If you have a great many/l~~ " " i APPLIANCES BOTTLE GAS mood and Roses Hiroshima, Mon Amour Sex Kittens Go to Bluebeard's Ten nsde the Mafia College I ilabiding' teen-agars. The social notes and a lot of material youJii~~~ WR[XaV J Phone 2-6311 2-6430 2-6322 Honeymoons ' It Takes e Thief Shakedown I KIMBALL AT N. GROVE I news tells of the fun they have may find it helpful to make a setjl~~~ "1 OREGON, ILLINOIS BreathBrambleofBUshscandal JazzJaCk Boatthe Ripper SolomOnsons andendLoversShebe. I E/ .lhl I lat a dance while raising money of summary notes. In doing this/i~~ Chonnel | ButtertieM ~ Leech Woman Sguad Car Can-Can Legions of the NileStranglers of Bombay I "~ |[for " ' " "" their favorite charity. Yo. concentrate on the main ideas/~~~. ~. '1 ~ ' Carry On, Nurse Let's Make I,can read of innumerable organ- alSO.And Johnny--don't try to dtitB~ Jl BRADBURY Carthage in Flames LVI Abner Love StrangerSStuds LongenWhen We Meal Circus of Horrors Look in Any Window Surprise Package Crack in the MirrorMacumba Love Take a Giant Step --Otl Cry for Happy Mania / Tall Story too much.' 'Avoid cramming. It|i ~ Desire in the Dust Marriage-Go-Round Terror of the Tongs might be the vogue to brag how/i ~ [:l~La~0 Elmer Gantry Millton~i Thunder in Carolina Electronic Monster Misfits, The Too Soon lo Love "The Store oj Fashion" , late you stayedup and how|BB ~ I Entertainer, The Never So Few Two Faces of Dr. Jeykll Esther and the KingNights of Lucretia Underworld, U.S.A. Female and the Flesh Borgia . Vice Raid much coffee you drank, but stay-|~ J Dry Good~ Ready-to-Wear Children s W~ar Five Branded Women Perrish Virgin Sacrifice ! Foxhole in Cairo PlatinumHigh School Where the Boys Are F#om the Terrace Portrait of a SinnerWhere the Hot Wind Fugitive Kind Pretty Boy Floyd 8lows Gangster Story Prime Time Who Was That Lady? Gene Krupa Story Private Lives ot Adam Wicked Go to Hell Shoe, Girl ir Room 13 and E~/e Wife for a Night G. I. Blues Prooer Time Wild River 1-101B Beefs Goddess of Love Psycho Woman Like Satan (was Rubbers " Go Naked in the World Pusher Female) Happy Anniversary Rat Race World of Suzy Wong Overshoes. FITZGERALD Make Your Next Stop Head Of a Tyrant Rebel Breed Young Jesse Jamea Repair C---CONDEMNED 18 So. Spring St. Elgin, Illinois DRUG Joe Smoke House Adorable Creaforea Llano, Jungle Goddess No Orchids for Mise STORE,An~ G0d Created Women Love Game (French) (French) Blandish (British) (French) Love Is MY Profession Oscar Wilde Prescription Specialists AND Baby Doll Lovers, The (Fr.) Passionate Summer Bed of Grass (Greek) Lover's ~eturv (French) (Fr.-Itel.) BETTERGAS CO Packaged Goods Store Bed, The (FrenchiMademoiselle Gobette Please! ~r. Balzac iPr. ,R.F. FITZGERALD Breathless (French) Port ot Desire 19874 Come Dance With Me Mademoiselle Striptease Pot Bouille (Lovers Of (French) (French) Paris) (Ft.) "Distributors ol Desperate Women, rhe Megdelena Private Property TOT and TEEN ~'' V~I'IO~" PHILGAS" PHONE 3415 Expresso Bongo Maid in Paris (Fr.)A Question of Adultery Fruits of Summer (Fr)Marie du Port (French) Rosenna Game of Love iFrenchl Mating Urge Savage Eye "The BEST Is None Too Good For YOUR Children" Phone 3261 GLENN K. PERKINS ]05 W. MAIN ST. JOE GALLENTINE, Owner Garden of Eden Miller's Beautiful Wife Sins of the Borglee Green Carnation (was (Ital.i (French) INFANTS CHILDREN'S SUB-TEENS PROPHETSTOWN 343 Washingto. St. MORRISON, ILL. DOWNTOWN MORRISON, ILL, Trials of Oscar Wilde) Miss Julia fSwedisin) Smiles of a Summer Boy's Sizes To 8 Years Prophetsfown, III. Heroes and SinnersMitsou (Fr.) Night (Swedish) Marion Miller, Owner Husban~ for Anna. A Morn and D&d Snow Was Black I Am a Camera Moon Is Blue. Thl SteHa (Greek) PRONE 4.4816 MT. MORRIS IHicit Interlude (Swedish] Naked Night, The Third Sex Karamoja (Swedish) Trials of Oscar Wilde meeting with Father Ambre Because They're Young Ice Palace Song Without End Bells Are Ringing Jailbreakers $.0.S. Pacific Bell Boy Black Sultday Journey to thk Lost City Stalag 17 Blueprint for Robbery Konge Brides of Dracula Long Rope, The Sundowners Cage of Evil Magnificent Seven Sunrise at Campobeflo Canadians, The Man in a Cocked Hat Tarzan the Magnificent Counterplot Tess of the Storm Country Crazy for Levi Man who Died Twice Time Machine Don Quixote Marie Octobre rormonted, The Enemy General Mating Time Trapped in Tangiere Flying Fontainea Midnight Lace Two Wev Stretch Four-D Man Mountain Road March winds. Monday evening our boys Bernadette of Lourdes Dalmatians Town Like Alice Beyond the timeBarrier Operation Camel Uncle Tom's Cabin concluded their basketball sea- Cimaroon " Passport |o ChinaUnder Ten Flags son with a double loss to St.Cinderfella Pepe Wackiest Ship m the Desert Attack Question 7 Army Mary school, Freeport. Although Dondi Sand Castle WaiL Tall official games a n d practices Flaming Star Santa Claus Warrior and the Slave Flute and the Arrow Serengeti Shall Not Die GirJ have come to an end the play-Glenn Miller StorySeven Wonaers of the Watch Your Stern ere will continue shooting atGorge World When Comedy Was-Kin~ Green Helmet The Swiss Family Robinson Wizard of Baghdad hoops about the grounds, ever Hand in Hand Sword and the Dragon Would-be Gentlemen Was a Parish Priest~ Sword ot Sherwood Forest Wreck of the Mary Deare hoping that next year will bringA-11-~-MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS greater success. AND ADOLESCENTS Twenty-two business men from AII the Young Men Heft Bent for Leather Prisoner of the Volga tlTe Freeport area who h a v eAngry Red Planet High Powered Rifle Scantier Mystery As the Sea Rages Home Is the Hero School for Scoundrels served on the St. Vincent boardAtomic Submarine HoodLum Priest Secret of the Purple Rent Babetle Goes to WarHouse of Seven Hawks Sergeant Rutledge of directors d~ring the p a s t BaLlad of A Soldier House of Usher seven years enjoyed a dinner Bat Seven Ways from Sundown Battle of the Sexes I Aim At the StarsSniper's Ridge