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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER Mercy Role Of America FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1961 i is Wednesday, March 22 WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago WOC, Chamlel 6, Davenport 11:30 The Late Show "Vicious Circle" A-I| Saturday, March la Saturday, March 18 Friday, March 24 u La"en-eJ The Ear,y Show, "The Heave* 10: 0 Orem,ere Porformanco, "Hondo," 1,:00 ,ayhooso " hroo S ,s"B Body," All . A-!. 12:40 The Late Show "Arnelo Affair" A-II 10:15 The Best of CBS "Northwest Mount-Sunday, March 19 ed Police," A-II. 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH. Sunday, March 19 11:15 Premiere Performance, 'qslend in WKOW, Channel 27, Madison WASHINGTON -- (NC) -The 9:30 Look Up and Live. the Sky," A-I. Saturday, March 18 Monday, March 20 1:00 Matinee Playhouse "Untamed Soviets are challenging the U. S. 12:00 Picture for a SundayAfternoon, 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Bad Sister," B. "Saratoga," B. Breed" A-II in its role as "the bearer of : vorce," A-II. 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Prehistoric wo. mercy" to tbe world, according11230: The Late, Late Show, "Western men," B. Sunday, March 19 Union," A-I. Wednesday, March 22 10:00 The Sunday Movie "Hold Thai i Monday, March 20 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Hitler's Chil- Ghost" A-I dren," A-II. 1:00 Fanfare "Cry Havoc" A-II to Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther, 10;15 The Late Show, "Body and Soul,'" Thursday, March 23 Monday, March 20 president of the American Red A-ll. 12:t0 Movie Matinee, "After the Thin 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS Tuesday, March 21 Man," A-II. i 10:25 The Late Show "Too Late for Cross. 4:30 The Early Show, "The Light That Friday, March 24 Tears" B Failed," B. 12:10 Movie Matinee, "Sky Giant," B. Tuesday, March 21 He said in an address to some 10:1.S The Late Show, "The Foxes of 10:25 The Late Show "l Cover the War" 12;30 The Late, Laie Show, "Quiet WISN, Channel 12, M lwaukee - . 350 seminarians and teaching! Harrow," A-II i A I Brothers that the Soviets 'arei Please, Murder" A-II Sulday, March 19 weanesoay, Marcn xz Wednesda ' Mar(:'h 22 10:30 KNOW THE TRUTH 10:25 The Late Show "Men in White" a 4:;$U /ne I~ar y bnOW, "ira I-rum Art s- ' Monda" March 20 ' -- t r~^.;~ very successful" in "trying toj Y' -- 10 45 THE CNR STOPHERS~, [o'z~ /he LaTeTh0rsdaYbnow March, F c 23 ~ourb. A-I/: 10'45 The Big Movie "Remember the ' Grey A II .u. ~u a, create the impression that they ,u:,~ =no La[e snow "l-lo[e~ tmperml " ' r~, , . .ues~ay ,ar ' ' t 12:30 The Late, LateShow,"Cynthwa," 10-45 The Bi"Movie "Rise and Shine" 10:25 The Late Show "Special Dehvery are for the underdog." t A-II -r ,4 As ch 21 Friday March 24 A-I. ' A*II ~ A-II The General who recently re-I ~ Thursday, March 23 . Thursday. March 23 4:30 The Early Show, "Above Suapl- 10:45 The Big Movie "The Big Shot" A- WMTV, Channel 33, NlafllSOn turned from a tour of Latin cion," A-II. J Friday, March 24 S ch 19 10:15 The Late Show, "Story of Seabis- 10:4S The Big Movie "Lancer SOY" A-I ~ nd~y, /~.ar American republics, spoke tot cuit," A-I. /z:.m rKum ,=K~ ur r~ n 12'30 The Late Late Show "A Foreign~l~WY ~k,a .~*1 1'~ ll~,-.Mzfn~-~ 5:00 BISHOP SHEEN the Conference of Clerics and{ ' Affair " 8 ' . n =. 'Frid'ay March 24 Satturday, March )L .WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Religious, an organization of j 4 3- TheEarl -h W 'lOt " t S e#,/I :dO tnGore /nearer "boa Of f,~rass~s A~1 I : 0 ~ ,~ y :~ 0 Lyc Op,[ 12:35 Late Show"Captains Courageous" Saturday, March lg . seminarians and brothers in! '~"" A- 10.00 Big Movie "The Lady Wants Min 10:15 The Late Show "Three Secrets " B [ ,~ ^A .h lo ' ^ ~ 1 12;30 The Late. Late Show, Bwth ot thai 9:30 LOOK UP ANO LIVE Sunday, Mal'ch 19 q Washmgton. [ ',' un,ay at -, blues, Aq. J Tuesday March 21 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH Gun. Gruenthersaid thatal-I ' 111:3o The Late Show "Claudia and Da- 10:30 Feature Thealer "The Black Angel" though in South Amerlca many[ wl~u, unannei a, ~'Jamson ] rid" A.I A-U Saturday, March III people realize that the Sovietsl I0:30 Theater Three, "My Favorite Bru-[ -r. 1= I a 1 ~1 1 11- 3" nette" A-II," 1 r h Ill are materialists, "they also feel] 'Sunda), March 1, l-'amphlet tudles GI u e U. 8:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS that the communists are more 10:35 Theater Three, "Smoky," A-I. WASHINGTON ~ The N a- The pamphlet deals with such CHAMPIONS---St. Mary's of MeHenry, row: Rev, Harold Nilges, Jack Adams, Rodney Mauch. Paul friendlyand merciful than 12:30 KNOW THE TRUTH tional Catholic Welfare Confer- subjects as Catholic parochial JUBILANT DIOCESAN Thursday, March 23 winners of the Rockford Diocesan Tournament of Champions, Nitz, Kenneth Frost, Richard Smith, Mr. James Doran, Coach, Americans." 10:30 Theater Three, "Headline Hunt- ence has published a 32-page, o, ] i f e, Catholic organizations, ors," A-I. are shown with their coaches and cheerleaders, and the num- 3rd row: David Freund, Raymond Spohr, Dennis Leisten, Har- He urged his audience to Friday, March 24 illustrated pamphlet outlining Catholics in politics and labor, 10:30 1.hle.ater Three, "Tabor the Great," the organization and work of the lay apostolate, liturgical de- erous trophies won this year: Front row, left to right: Cheer- old Frett, Michael Pitzen, James Glosson, Mr. Henry Kenyon, "stimulate interest in public af- leaders: Kathleen Justen, Christine Liptrot, Cathy Brezinski, Asst. Coach. 4th row: John Gende, Thomas Sehmitt, Thomas fairs and international prob- the Catholic Church in the Unit- velopments, and Catholic intel- Roberta Donnelly, Barbara Albright, and Cathy Coleman. 2nd Brown, Gerald Miller, James DeVos, and Leonard Mikez. Iems." WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicagoed States. lectual life. Priced at 35 cents Saturday, March. 111 Entitled "The Catholic Church per copy and $28.00 per i00, ,The U. S. faces its sternest 10:13 Movie s, "Foreign intrigue," A-II. - - New Film Cited THIS WAS THE YEAR test in the spiritual or psychol- Sunday, March 1, In the USA, the pamphlet was the pamphlet is avmlable from Vrtest Crtt[ctzes ogical area. he stated, although 17:3.0,:0o I-eamre,FRONTIERS"~unOFrorFAITH:me ~un." written by Vincent J. Giese, the Publications Office, Nation- 10:1S Movie 5, "The Tiger and the author and editorial director of al Catholic Welfare Conference, Question 7," a powerful mo- ~lu ~/~ ~ ]~ it now has a distinct advantage Flame," A4 . Vocatton Delay in this area. MondaY', March 20 the rides pubhshm~, company, 1312 Massachusetts Avenue, N. lion picture produced by Louis ~[e l~l[ rv OI 1~ - - J 4:00 Movie 5 "The Beachcomber" A-II. ~hioa,~, W Washington 5 D C de Rochemont Associates in co- ./ I "Mr. Khrushchev says that Tuesday, March 21 ""~ '- s ~ ' OMAHA, Nob. -- (NC) --A]our grandchildren will live in a 4:00 ~?~ie s, "so Lovely, So Oeadly," ~ operation with Lutheran Film ~'TrTd ~ priest criticized persons wh ]communist state " Gun. Gruen- Wednesday, March 22 /i JlF I'~ i1~ I.~ IRr I~ Associates, dramatizes what is ~/1 I'll~J ~a~" ~r~1,11 urge young people with poten-]ther said. "But ~Ir. Khrushchev 4:00A-I.M vie S, "Toughest Man Alive," qllll~ !l' m~l~ [~r"l[l I~ O certainly the most vital human ~ I ll~ )qE~( 3Ull Thursday, March 2~ : I thai Itial religious vocations to post-[has a difficulty explaining w}~y 4:00 Movie s, "Moon and Sixpence," ~. fl ]l-rl~')~ ~I~'~ ~ A ~1~7 ri~f~ [ problem in the world today: I pone entering theconventor [ Jthree rows of barbed ~ire and Friday, March 24 II JL I O L]K.F JL~23kL.~ JL I ~J I threat of atheistic tyranny to[ St Mary's of McHenrv, with ~ scrappy St Patrick's of St seminary I,~.~ ~- ,:00 Mov,e ".uogle," A, 11 I the freedom and dignity of man. " " ~ ' ' Father "John Vernon gmdance" i ~'~m ~ gu. rowers every ~u [ a 24-2 record for the season took~Charles team fell to the deter-,lyards must be u, sedtokeeppeo- WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee II BANK BY MAIL J Authentic in its oeplcuon or 11IeI ,~ . .~',J I director at Archbishop Ryan]nle in ,~aradise ' saturday, March 18 I I I mp nonors m me lrl L.oumy mmea tyicrienry squa~ ~, I School, told meeting 3 00 Early Show Mr Skefflngton ' r under communist rule, the - " ,IHigh a of/i ' :,'" ' " I new convenience. I story, which centers around an League (Kane - Lake- McHenry] This Was The Year Ithe Omaha Archdiocesan Coun-/~ ~:30 Late Show, "Reap the Wild Wind," J S~ial mailing,~ form I Evangelical pastor and his teen-[Counties) with a 9-1 record for] With the winning of the Elgin cil of Catholic Women: [Marian Whenlo 12:00 A Late. La,e Show, "+he We,man," I " " age son, is based on actual in-Jthe regular league season, play-[ '- n l ~osit~.A ;l-- ~ ~ .laa~ It , 'Don't e courage procrastma- Sunday, March,II B~~o Tues Thurs Friday I sectmnal to wnament St Mary s[ J A-It, cidents and on documents fromling rugged Public Junior High[ iuon, me om nne o~ 'wen, itl ~wacuonala t~arey will star in *:30 HOUR OF: ST. FRANCIS. ]1 9:30 to 2.'30 I won toe rlgnc to compete acI East Germany. Excellent treat-lSchools of Lake Zurich, Wau- would be better if you waited a!Marian Theater's presentation n:3o Sunday Showtime, "The Law West]I Frida~EveL 4:30 to 7:30 I merit of significant subject mat-Iconda, Cary, McHenry, add[Sterling for the most prizedlfew more years.' It's too badiof "The Pitchfork'Experiment", of Tombstone,"Monday, MarchA'l" 20 [11 r II ter and a. timely, universallDundee. ]award possible -- the diocesan[young people don't get the same[Sunday, March 19 at 9 p.m. ~:o0 Morning Movie Time, "Room I I Service," A-L ' I ~',;;, ~ I theme make this a film which[ St. Mary's Junior Varsity[championship. St.Mary's ofladvice on early da0ng and mar-lover the Mutual network. ~:00 Earl Show, "Storm Fear," A-II, | ~ ~~~ ~"~ | 10:1S Late Show, "Possessed," A-II, I ' L. ~'~~~=~ ~",~ I the National Legion of Decency]team also won 1st place in sea:[Sterling and St Mary's of riages " Portr Tuesday, March 21 I| -" - - :- /5 I strongly recommends to every[son play with a perfect 10-0 rec-[ ~ I aymg me rom o~ a ~rus- Aurora had to be added to ,gel Other "don'ts" suggested byltrated young lieu4enant, Mac- ,:00 GirlsM rningDon'tM vieTalk,"Time'A-II."Smart IIII IIl~~~:-ll~i~.~k~ ' " ; ~'~-w:ll~L~g&4J " II movie-goer. ~ lord in the same league, i ~:00 Early Show, "When I Grow Up," II .: = - ~Z~, I uue coum oe me trs-- mc~eea a[young people's vocations: based upon a United States 10:1s Late Show, "The Great Lie," A-II. I ~ " | J t!s~ o~ vanqu!snea curare tins]rather Vernon in doming with Donald Carey will star in a tale A- II ~~ I Takes Top Honors "' erra rrogram I[ In~ the Tri-Cohnty Tournament]~remena us, ~eaLou~ you can see[ --"Don't stress sacrifice with- army experiment conducted at $:00 MorningWednesdaY'Movie MarchTime, 12,Second [|11 II oy me smiles oI vie[cry on me u r n Chance," A-II. [ v Jat the end of season play St.J ~ac~s O[ me ream pmmrecll tstessing Pp rtuity'Y utheturn fthecentury'The': Eerlysh w,''Pursued,''A'''.r d,rt I PARI( STATE BANK I ~LvIur.~ ~ bL oames /Mary s edged the powerful Lakel [don't st ass " y shes, " - Army decided to conduct ex- 10:1s Late Show, "South of St. Louis," B. I I. 2. ~.JL~LJ-~ ~ L 2. !=. JL ~JLJ~ .L~ .L~. I a~ove m~s was one year mr b~ n 1 pansn wm ooserve lytarcn vo- - 'IZurmh team on thaw home court[-- ,' - -- J- . .[pars a d an a coholic mate to periments to determine the Thursday. March 23 J * ~ | g:00 Morning Movie Time, "Fifth Avenue I 5817 N~d Street Loves Park I wlary s oI lvlcrlenry -- newtYlnewlyweds '" ~ z ~t - Girl," A-II, I tJuJ. I .~,~ ~uJ~l~ ~Jt~.~L~, Juv~x~o .~ ~.~=~. I cation month at a program leo merit the 1st place trophy. tea~tolnty ot me use o~ came~s cro vne