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[='AGE, 8 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, :MARCH 24, ]961 ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS FREEPORT -- The Feasts of/from the Freeport parochial St. Patrick and St. Joseph were[schools to sing at the Solemn appropriately observed during]Pontifical Mass offered by Bish- the past week. On March 17, one-op Lores T. Lane, Following might have suspected that St. open house at the school, the VincentZs was a "little bit of Ire- Sisters who attended tbe cere- land" as both boys and girls ap- many were our guests for dinner, peared for morning Mass decked in green. St Joseph day was William McGurk. known aff~c- commemorated with High Mass tionate]y by our youngsters as Benediction and special prayers "Pop McGurk," has been man- to our Patron for the grace of a ager of our farm for more than happy death. 30 years When word reached us At their meetings during the week, the girls of Our Lady's So- dality and St. Agnes Sodality lis- toned to instructive talks on each of the ceremonies of Holy week. On Sunday most of us attended the dedication ceremony at the new Aquin Central Catholic high school. Our older boys and girls joined with over 700 students CHARLES Resident and non. resident, high school Sunday morning that he had been rushed to the hospital with pneumonia, everyone was deeply concerned In answer to our many prayers his condition was much improved by Monday night. Spring house cleaning fever is in evidence these days as many busy hands wash windows, clean i light fixtures and wax floors in a~ gallant effort to give our entire house a new Easter look. One of the older girls offered to show a little one how to do her clean- ing job -- only to be told. "Well, I may be only a little girl but I do know how to clean." for girls on Saturday morning 120 of Ill ~= .= our youngsters were guests of Jil$111$t Mfllq$ the Rockford Kiwanis club at its Jwevlenme ~BO eegIMISll . 1 .r . All # annual pancake oreaKiast. ,'~Jt Aa, aqJ----- arrangements including trans- M .uemv portation was arranged by Har- .o ry Lello of the Rockford Shop ST CHARLES, ILLINOI> Apron company. The children Conducted by Sisters of had a wonderful time and are St Dominic Fully ac- grateful for this delightful treat. credited, w e l 1 rounded Many of our children are busy currlcmum, Iamlly 1 1 1 e at work in their determination environment, wholesome to win prizes in the Freeport Catholic atmosphere, in- Journal Standard Easter Color- tramural and recreation- ing conte.t.~s Others are equally al sports For information diligent in their preparation for write th Princinal the County Spelling contest to be wn~e me t'rmc]pm held in our school on Wednesday. . Moral Classdzahon of Movies The following is o moral estimate of motion pictures showing in the Rockford DiOcese prepared under the direction of the National Legion of Decency, 453 Madison Ave. New York 22 N.Y with co-operation nf the Motion Picture Department of the international Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Absent Minded Professor Last Dawn Teacher and the Miracle Alamo Left, Right and Center Ten Commandments Amazing Transparent Little Angel Ten Who Dared Man, The Little Shepherd of K ng- There Was e Crooked Man Apara ito (Unvan- dora Come Three Worlds. ot Gutliver luished) MightY Crusaders Tomboy and the Champ Ben-Hut Modern Times Tom Thumb Bernadefle of Lourdea One Hundred end One Town Like Alice Beyond the rime Barrier Dalmatians Trapp Family, The Cimaroon Operation Camel Uncle Tom's Cabin Cindertelle Passport to China Under Ten Flags Days of Thrills and Pepe Wackiest Ship m the Laughter Police Dog Story, The Army Desert Afleck Question :~ Walk Tall Ponds Sand Castle w I " arrlor and the Slave F amens Star Santa Claus Girl Flute and the Arrow Serengeti Shall Not Die Watch Your Stern Glenn Miller Story Seven Wonders of the When Comedy Was King Gorge World Wings of Chance Green Helmet, The Swiss Family Robinson Wizard of Baghdad Hand in Hand Sword and the Dragon wou d-be Gentlemen I Was a Parish Priest Sword ot Sherwood Forest Wreck of the Mary Deere A-11--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS All the Young Men Hell Bent for Leather Prisoner of the Volga High Powered ROle Raisin in the Sun, A Angry Red Planet As the Sea Rages Scent of Mystery Atomic Submarine Home Is the Hero School for Scoundrels Babette Goes to War Hoodlum Priest Secret of the Purple Reef Ballad of A Soldier Homicidal Secret Partners Bat HouSo of Seven Hawka Sergeant Rutledge Battle of the Sexes House of Usher Seven Ways from Sundown Because They're Young I Aim At the Stars Sniper's Ridge Bells Are Ringing Song Without End Bell Boy Ice Palace S.O.S. Pacific Black Sunday Jailbreekers Stalag 17 Blueprint for Robbery Journey to the L$$t City Stee~ Claw Brides of Draoula Konga Sundowners Cage of Evil Long Rope, The Sunrise .at Campobelio Canadians, The Magnificent Seven Tarzan the Magnificent Counterplot Man tn a Cocked HatTess of the Storm Country Crazy for Love Man who Died Twice Time Machine Don Quixote Marie Octobre Tormented, The Enemy General Mating Time Trapped in Tangier= Flying Fonteine$ Midnight Lace Two Way Stretch Four-D Man Mountain Road Unforgivon Gazebo Nature Girl and theValley of the Redwoods General Della Revere Slaver Village of the Damned Giant of Marathon Night Fighter= Visit To a Small Planet Gold of the Seven Saints Othello Wake Me When It's Over Goliath and the Dragon Pay or Die Walk Like A Dragon Great Impostor, The Place in the Sun WalkingTargof Hand, The Please Don't Eat the White Warrior Hannibal Daisies World of Apu A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS All in A Night's Work Grass Is Greener All the Fine Young Heller in Pink Tights Cannibals Hell Is a City Angel Wore Red Heroes Die Young Home From the Hill Angry Silence, The House of Intrigue Apartment, The Hypnotic Eye Back to the Wall Idiot Best ot Everything Iklru (Jap.1 Big Deal on Madonna I'm All Right Jack Street inherit the Wind Black Orpheus I Passed For White It Started In Naples Captain's Table Career t~ayhawkers Sins of Rachel Coda ey Witness Spartacus Cash McCall League of GentlemenStory on Page One Chance Meeting Let No Man Write MySubterranean= College Confidential Epitaph Third Voice Cover Girl Killer Magician Threat Cranes are Flying Crimson Kimono Crowded Sky Dark at the Top ef the Stairs End of Innocence Exodus Facts of Life Fast end Sexy Fever in the Blood, A Four Fast Guns 400 Blows French Mistress Goliath and the Bar barton= Our Man in Havana Pillow Talk Please Turn Over Plunderers, The Portrait In Black Purple Gang Rue de Paris Savage Innocents Senechal, The Magnifi- cent Seven Thieves Make Mine Mink Tiger Bay Malaga Touch of LarcenY. Murder, Inc. Tunes of Glory Music Box Kid Unfaithfuis, The North to Alaska ~ Upstairs and Downstairs Nude In i White Car Vwgin Island (Fr.) Virgin Spring (Swedish) Ocean's Eleven Web of Evidence On the Beach Why Must I Die Odds Against Tomorrow Wind Cannot Read Once More With Feeling Wolf Larsen One-Eyed Jacks Wonderful Country One Foot In Hell Young Have No Time Operation Eichmann Young Dne Operation Petticoat Vice Raid B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL And Quiet Flows the Don Hell to Etern tvRise and Fall et Legs Angel Baby Her Bridal Night Iwas: Diamond Atlantis, the Lost Continent Bride Is Much Too Rookie Beloved Infidel Beautiful) Fr. Between Time end Hercules Unchained Rosemary Eternity Herod, The Great Sanctuary Blood and Roses Hiroshima, Men Amour September Storm Bluebeard's Ten Inside the Mafia Sex Kittens Go to Honeym~ns It Takes a Thief College Bramble Bush Jack the Ripper .Shakedown Breath of Scandal Jazz Boat Solomon and Sheba Buflerfield I Leech Woman Sons and Lovers Can-Con Legions of the NileSquad Car Carry On, Nurse Let's Make Love ~ Stranglers of Bombay Carthage in Flames LI'I Abner Strangers When We Meet Circus of Horrors Look in Any Window Studs Lonigan Crack in the Mirror Macumba Love Surprise Package Cry for Happy Mania Take a Giant Step Curse of the Werewolf Marriage-Go-Round Tall Story Desire in the DUll Milllonairass Terror of the Tongs Elmer Gantry Minotaur Thunder in Carolina Electronic Monster Misfits, The Too Soon to Love Entertainer= The Never So Few TWO Faces of Dr. Jeykll Esther and the King Nights of Lucretia Underworld, U.S.A. Female and the Flesh ~orgie Five Branded Women Parrtsh Virgin Sacrifice Foxhole in Cairo Platinum High $chenl Where the Boys Are From the Terrace Portrait of a Sinner Where the Hot Wind Fugitive Kind Pretty Soy Floyd Blows Gangster Story Prime Time Who Was That Ladyt Gene Krupe Story Private Lives ef Adam Wicked Go to Hell Girl In Room 13 and Eve Wife for a Night G I. Blues Proper Time Wild River Goddess of Love Psycho Woman Like Satan (was Go Naked in the World Pusher Female) Happy Anniversary Rat Race Head of i Tyrant Rebel Breed World of Suzy Wong Young Jesse James MARMION AURORA -- The Canterbury club, a club for Catholic high school boys, won the first place trophy at the third annual Mid- western Catholic Speech league debate tournament March 11. Seventeen schools competed in the tourney, and the Canterbury club was the only undefeated school with a record of six wins and no losses. Krein, Larry Lisle, Luke Mat-I Joyful Music Iranga, Dennis Saporiti, Stephen] The annual spring concert . dedicated to Our Lady was held Schoenmg and Thomas Smlg]el-[ ski /on March 12 in our school gym- Juniors are Robert Burns, Mi- chael Kerns and Gary Souja. Sophomores include Michael Douglas, Joseph Polito, Hans Rokus, Kenneth Santoro, Ronald Schreiber, William Sparks and Michael Wood. nasium. The program was open- ed on a prayerful setting as the mixed chorus sang Emitte Spir- itum Tuum, followed by the all girl chorus who offered God Of All Nature. The theme then switched to a lighter note with emphasis on the people who love KNIGHTS OF ALTAR neth Kaleta of LaGrange Park g boys at St. Catherine Church, Prophetstown, recently inan investiture ceremony making '~ ;' " - was the thTme of a anel discus them full-fledged members of St. Catherine unit of the Society of the Knights of the Altar. The ana ~arl t~urKnou~ ot St. P . - pledge to live and die befitting one who has dedicated himself to the services of Our Lord, Charles. The affirmative was S:nmDY:;teV:aonm~i?::~ 1;u:to~ts " T . composen oi l~ussell uramsle oi - Jesus Christ, was admlmstered by the Rev, Thomas W Neville, pastor and dwector of the Lombard and David Bostick of Edward Central Catholic high local unit. Taking the pledge were (1 to r) front row: William Dorathy; Mark Castelein; Fran- Downers Grove school tor the girl student body cis Cardosi, treasurer pro tem; David Eyrich, vice president pro tem; and James Mathis. " Those religious who serve the Second row: Nell Castelein" Steven Chamberlain. Paul Moore secretary pro tern" and John The topic debated was resolv- ~ ~ ' ' " " ' ed that the Uni'e~ ~T- ',-- omcese oz D.OCKIOrtl were ]nvatea lVlClYllllan. Tnirn row: Larry yenulst; Lynn ueHeu; John Moore, presiaent protern; Robert,t u ~at,u.~ *s w~. ~. . Miller and Father Neville. shohld be significantly strength- "~ ~u= ~,e ~=.e.a* a~emu,y ened. was openea wzm a weJcome Dy I the superintendent, Rev. Robert J ~l. ZllUlVJ,'~ E Schneider Sister Rite Marie, ,d "1[lr TFlll]r]r J ROCKFORD -- The honor roll O.P of the Adrian Dominican ~ ~'~]~,O][~ ~l jl O,IH~jr~]f, eO I/ ~]m ][--~ [ f r theI urth, s!xweekperi dat Congregation acted as chairman. U~L~IF ~l~ O .Z I ~' qL~ I[,~l[~ qL~ 1 ~ ~.ff I 1-~,St Thomas high school has been Each community presented dif- Dear ~"" I announced. Only one student, ferent phases of the religious oar]s: [ants and discuss the problem oftcan help me with. We are Catho. Thomas Nevins, had straight life The day was closed by a Shoulda mother prevent a 17-/your .social activities in a quiet,tlics and are invited to my bro-IA s. period of personal contact with pear-ore gay tram going out w]m[mtemgent way. thor ;- ]=~,' an; ~.:.k :. Other seniors on the honor roll the community of the girls' ,"- '---- - --~,-,s ,-~- ~ " h 'c a r r g:r~s .wnen ]t doesn: mterfereJ There must be fatal agree-lin the United Church He is -el- are: . Mmhael B.urns, T~mothy:c o.l.e, ef eshments we e serv- w~tn n!s school work. When he[mont. Consistency on the part of[tina m=,-~i,a *, ~ ~ ;~, ~,a Harris, Robert Keeling, James !ed m the library. goes out with the.fellows or girls]your parents and, above all, obe-[ the reception is at the Merman- should he be m by 10 30--even dlence fro s if hi~ lath :,~f ' : m you L an absolute]ire Church. Are we committing ROCKFORD S('HEDULE . ~'," Inecessity, i~ you are to grow in-la sin by ~oinv~ We have no i- " - and hts being home by 12"30~ ~" ='" ' " ,;; .; Jto .mature respons]ble.manhood.]tention of ever changing our re- ~ = le ~ 1 E~ vv 1-. n Th~s was the sxmple formula of h ]on or 11 " " ] - = ['g" do as they do in church Lain-lie t flaae cnooi You and your parents better[the Holy Family--the family alllbut it is my husband's brother get together. No problem caniCatholics should copy.land we would like to go as he is be resolved unless there is alDear Doris" ]very dear to us 11 1 ll 1[ 1[ . n BB /m e e t i n g o fl I have a f'riend who is 12 yea s/ " Maggie I flSplt Jl I ,# laili - I,] l I I l~m i n d s O f/ I ~, ,~ m ~,~,~ .a ~ ~.~,~,~,L j .l ~=k~ i i l~course I'm n tloin anO goes s[eauy anu smoKes.[ It depends on whether your ~ ' i ! l, OtHer mother has no idea of whatlbrother.in law is, entering a valid Starfin# time" 4"30 P M aovlsmg t n a [ I [ [] ~ . . lis going on. Do you think tha tJmarriage. If he and the girl he is g ' ' ' =, ~r-~, i ~cocked': you go oi1 natlj ] luesnay April la r't~ ~ I should say anything to her marrying are both non-Catholic~ and e'mothor or is there anything ,l . : St Patrick at St Peter Brown " ~: ann nave no tuner lmpeozmem . 1 ~l ~mand that yourJ--- ~- ^- ~- : ,~ [- . ~ St James at St Bridget Wantz ~ ~ /~=,m uu :,v, ,[~w Ito marnage--sucn as one or " - " . ' ~' . ~ ;;~-,--momer a g r e e ~ M G [ ~t. ~n~nony a~ ~t. ~ernafle~te ~t. Dernat~ette i I i " " ,DOra or mere oemg mvorceQ-- ,vh ~,~, a '--a 20 Wltn you ano, .r 1 U / Don't 'tattle.' In this case es- you will not be committing a -'~' ~;.~ ~',~ --" -, m ~*.; ~. ~ I I 1 /pec~ally, your friend may justlsm o go. But ff the marriage c* o~+~. ~, ~* a.*h ~ c~, ( O ~ n I n K yOU j e~ .r ~,*t,*~o** 1-- " be going through a bad stage of[ will not be valid you may not at- ~:' ~-~-~-'- : ~:" ~'~'~'~"."" n ~'~.~. Doris" R PetersSn uln Sl[oown s '~ " " OL. D~l'll~t~CtL~ ~L u~. .t ~ ~,~ J~zuwxz oz~ th I growing palm.Many girls en-ltend. T w] your par- ~ r - the'r teen ant to a uesoay, 2kprl! ~ j~n~,~^j .v,^. s,~ s.~;~! Whi!e we. are.not allowed to St. Patrick atSt lames Sinnissippi ~=a~ o,~. ~,=: ~,~ statteno regmar services in anoth- St Peter ~, ~a ;,~,4 c, ~ .~ ^ and. going .steady, is. smart or the er church we may. attend x, ahd' S.t Br~'dget atSt Anthony Morgan ~'~=~St. thing to do It s only a stage and weddm s - " g, (as a social function() Thursday April 27 they get over 11:. . l as long as we don't actively par- St Anthony atSt. Patrick Sunset Why-don't you and a few oth- ticipate in the service.St lames atSt Peter Brown ers hke you lnwte her wffh )ou It s alwa s w - " " " ' '. y. ise, howexer, to St. Bernadette atSt. Bridget Wantz on different occasions? Prove to her, by your example, that she is cheating herself in many ways. She is missing the normal healthy fun every 12-year-old girl needs. And most of all she 250 H.P. is taking a chance in forming dangerous habits. Ambassador"' v.o Have you talked fo her? Try lit. Be kind and patient and By Rambler !above all try not to "preach." I Sometimes girls listen to girls much more than they listen to mothers. The Beautiful Balance O/ All. That's Best For '61 Dear Doris: If you don't like a boy and he persistently goes to school with ~ou and follows you around how can you let him know you want him to stop it. DONAHUE RAMBLER Joy Change your route; or start school at a different time. ~Dear Doris: check with your parish priest. There may be circumstances in the diocese which have made it necessary for the bishop to make a special ruling about such matters. Dear Doris: Is it a crime to be ambitious and Want to learn and progress -even if, being foreign horn you: have no chance in a vocation? Chica It's no crime to be ambitious It's good, provided your ambi- tions are good. By vocation do you mean fo be a Re]igious? If so, you have every chance. Being foreign born has nothing to do with it. Discuss it with a sister or priest. to They will give you sound ad- vice. Since you didn't mention in Tuesday, May 2 St. Patrick at St. Bernadette St, Bernadette St James at St. Anthony Morgan St. St. Peter at St Bridget Wantz Thursday, May 4 St. Peter at St. Patrick Sunset St Bridget at St. James Sinnissippi St. Bernadette at St. Anthony Morgan St. Tuesday, May 9 St. Patrick at St. Bridget Wantz St. Anthony at St. Peter Brown St. James at St. Bernadette St. Bernadette Thursday, May 11 St. James at St. Patrick Sunset St. Bernadette at St Peter Brown St. Anthony at St. Bridget Wantz Tuesday, May 16 St. Patrick at St. Anthony Morgan St. St. Peter at St. James Sinnissippi St. Bridget at St. Bernadette St. Bernadette Thursday, May 18 St. Bernadette at St. Patrick Sunset St. Anthony,at St. James Sinnissippi the outdoor life. Following selec- tions by the mixed and all girl chorus, a dance group perform- ed the lively cake walk, and un- der deep rose lights in a forest setting, a haunting, graceful gypsy dance was performed. In keeping with the theme, the band then played Song of Nor- mandy, Overture From Romeo and Juliet and Excerpts From Hansel and Gretel. The scene switched from Ire- land, with girls in green hats and shamrock aprons to the deep South as the choral groups con- tinued. A touch of SouthPacific was inserted as dance groups gave modern interpretation The mixed chorus intoned Some En- chanted Evening As the end of the program drew near, a prayerful and pat- riotic note was again assumed. The combined chorus' last offer- ing was This Nation Under God with a verse choir which deliv- ered an inspiring message. The band dosed the program with From The South, an over- tur% and two rousing marches, Our Glorious Land and Washing- ton Park, Joyful music was produced through the diligent work of tbe students vnder the direction of Sister Marie Barbara, O.P who heads the choral department; Henry 'Wintczak, band directors and Miss Rita Reidy. Career Day St. Edward high school stu- dents will have an opportunity Sunday to learn details of any profession they might later be in- terested in when the Mothers' club conducts its second annual Career day at the high school Representatives from various walks of life will be present to answer inquiries of students relative to courses they may de- sire to pursue following their graduation from high school. In addition to military person- nel from the army, air corps, navy and marines, the following representatives will be present: Physician, Dr. Edward L. Mar- tens; dentist, Dr. S. L. Bond; lawyer, Atty. William T. May- ors; engineers, Robert R. Mc- Kiel and Thomas Green; tale- phone, Richard E. Smith; phar- macy, WilliamP Mann; build- ing, Frank Gross and Howard Flora; personnel, Frank Foley. Machinist, William Patton; tabulating, James Sachem ac- countant, Walter Jaskula; insur- ance, Paul Rowe; teaching, Mrs. Bruce Ostdick and Gerald Green; Illinois Employment 10 W, Exchange Freeport I have a problem I hope you Home of K-L GAS -- K'L (}AS Bottled Sen 100 N. Henderson Ave.~Ph. ADams 3-1713 BI~ i SUPER KEMTONE RUBBER WALL PAINT o'nd KEM GLO ENAMEL THOUSANDS OF COLORS NEWBERRY WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO. For Nationally Adverti,~ed ACCENT AND VITALITY SHOES See SPINDLER'S . . . At Home So. Galena ot Iroquois -- Freeport, II1. Served the wuy you like it--- ' tour letter how old you are, zour school or why you feel as ~ou do I can't be too helpful-- ~ut I can encourage you to go right on. Aim as high as you can! And God bless you. Doris Revere Peters answers letters through her column, not by mail. Please do not ask ]or a )ersondl reply. Young readers are invited to write to her in care of THE OBSERVER St. Bridget at St. Peter Brown Games are to be played on a 75 foot diamond ~.ommissioner for the year: Mr Robert (Bob) Fox WO 3-0920 COACHES AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS: St. Anthony: Nick Muzzarelli WO 2-6377 St. Bernadette: Father Paddock WO 8-7643 St. Bridget: Joe Roudazzo TR 7-8781 F. C. Tortes TR 6-1485 St. James: Jack Reitemeier WO 4-5003 CharLes Brady St. Patrick: "Randy' Randerson WO 4-3752 St. Peter: F, irmin DeRocber WO 2-6743 SERVICE ATLAS T~res * Batteries * Accessories Adorns end Win neshiek Phone AD 2-$010---Fteeport e service, Miss Cleo Liepitz; watch making, Gerald Heath; business college, Miss Vida Halsey; beau- ty culture, Janet Butzow; model- ing, Lucille Nelson; nursing and medical technicians, tester Sackett and Mrs. Margaret Lund from St. Joseph Hospital. The program will be held be- tween 2 and 3:30 p.m. and stu- dents are urged to arrive early. MADONNA By Sue Murphy AURORA--As winter turns to spring, so, too, Madonna turns to basketball The season was truly here as could be seen in the gym and it even echoed in the halls Cheerleaders prac- ticed new yells and jumps, !while the teams of the various home rooms perfected plays and :passes All of this preparation was for the home room games and a chance at the All-Stars. The play-offs were held dur- ing the noon hours through the last two weeks. The winners were as follows: Seniors, 104; Juniors, 202; Sophomores, 303; Freshmen, 304. . The night of the big g a m e s was March 20. The representa- tives of, the classes were chosen during the home room games. The pla~,er a n d cheerleaders were ~udged on the basis of sportsmanship and ability.@ The juniors played the sen- iors and the freshmen played the sophomores The winners of C--CONDEMNED Prepored fo Perfection To eat here or to toke out these games will have a play- Adorable Creatures Llane, Jungle Goddess No Orchids for Miss off the following Monday, for An(:r~hcraatod women Love Game (French.) O~arnd~d~Br,t,sh) *IAL FLA HT the champmnsh]p of the school (French) Love,My Frof.s,on AD vss,s . C EMEIER I11 II . . . Baby Doll .- Lovers, The (Fr.) Pa,~ion.ate.$ummer FOR t' I, k, I[I II A gold trophy will be present- adO m ~rass (~reek) Lover's Return (French) t r.-~taij CARRY OUTS ~P~IIlIIt.E ~q~q~Ibll l /YlgnMm~n[ V~'orK~ Ill IJ B Od, The (French)Mademoiselle Gobeffe Please! Mr Balzac (Fr.) " . ~'~ FREEPORT, ILLINOIS |[| |J Continued on page,12 ~emlg~Sco With Me M(Fer~ch)e,e Stripteese PPo ;t I~ofuiDes'~ over -- 108 East Stephenaon Freeport : Point gad Hardware E B w.--W. H. Bre.n O* r. 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