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FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1961 MEET THE CLERGY THE REV. JOSEPH T. HEALEY was born on April 20. 1906 in Cherry Valley. Ill. the son of the late Thomas Healey and Nellie Fallon. He attended St. Thomas high school in Rockford and was graduated in 1924. He then enrolled at Campion college in Prairie du Chien, Wis., and remained there for one year. He completed his classical studies at St. Viator college in Bourbonnais, III. in 1926. He was then assigned to take . his philosophical and theological studies at the North American college in Rome. Italy and he was ordained by Cardinal Arch- b i s h o p Marchetti Salvaggiani in Rome on Oct. ‘25, 1931. He was awarded the Bachelor of Philosophy degree l'rom the North American college in 1926} and the Bachelor of Sacred‘ Theology degree from the same institution in 1928. On April 14. 1932 Father Healey was assigned as assist- ant pastor of St. Laurence church. E 1 g i n and remained there until 1935 when he was as- Psychologist To Speak at St. Peter School ROCKFORD — Alumni of St. Peter school and all parents| whose children are new at the school since last September arei especially invited to attend the annual spring potluck dinner meeting of St. Peter Home and School association Tuesday eve- ning, April 18. starting at 6:30 pm. in the school hall. Reservations should be made ,with Mrs. Ray C. Gutzwiller at WO 5-4367 or Mrs. Richard Le— ber, WO 4-8791. Dr. Kathleen O'Brien, Ph.D.. principal of Woodbine school. Cicero, will speak on “Emo— tional Development and Guid- ance of Children.” A graduate of the University of Loyola. Chi- cago, Dr. O'Brien is also an instructor there in educational psychology. and is a qualified THE OBSERVER Explorers Will Visit University ROCKFORD—Saturday, April 15, 41 Explorer S c o u ts and Leaders of Post 37, sponsoredl by the St. Peter Holy Name so— ciety, will leave Rockford to spend the day on the Madisonl ” campus of the University of Wisconsin. Hosts will be for- mer members, Eagle Scouts, now attending the university. Explorers will tour the cam— pus in groups depending on their interests and in the after» noon they will see the annual Haresfoot P l a y e r's perform- HOSPITAL HEAD Eugene Marie, administrator of Good Samaritan Hospital, Sister psychologist for the state of ll- linois. .igned as assistant pastor at Immaculate Conception church in iilton. On June 2, 1839 he was named pastor of St. John church in Hanover and remained there for l'our years. In 1943 he served as pastor of St. Mary c h u r c h. D u r‘a n d, and also as pastor of St. Michael church. Galena. In January of 1946 he was named administrator of St. James pro-Cathedral, Rock— ford and remained there for four years. On July 13, 1950 he was assigned as pastor of St. Joseph church, Harvard where he is presently stationed. Calla Conference Set at Sterling STERLING—A Cana cont'er- and Mrs. Ed Scheck or Mr. and once on Parent~Child relation- Mrs. Robert Puckett. ship will be conducted at St. Mary auditorium on Sunday, April 16, at 7 pm. with the Rev. James W. Vanderpool of Christ the King church, Won— derlake, 111.. moderating. Reg- istration will begin at 6:30 pm. Reservations may be made married couples are Dr. Mrs. A. C. Ponder with Mr. and Mrs. Robert K e n n e d y heading the refreshments com- mittee. The Pucketts are in charge of general arrange- ments and the Schecks are in by calling or contacting Mr. charge of registrations. LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification of Movies The following is a moral estimate of moti0n pictures shewing 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 of the Motion Picture Department of the International Federation of Catholic Alumnae. A-I—MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE ‘Absent Minded Professor Green Helmet, Tho Ian-lo All Hands on Deck “and '" "a"? Amazing TranSparem | Was a Parish Priest Man, The Last Dawn Ben'HU' Left, Right and Center Beyond the lime Barrier Lime "“‘9” Serengeti Shall Not Dio Seven Wonders oi the World Swiss Family Robinson Sword and the Dragon Sword ot Sherwood Forest teacher and the eraclo Bernadette of Lourdes Cimaron Little Shepherd of King- Ten Commandmem, Cinderfella dom Como Days of Thrills and Mighty Crusaders 7‘" Wh° 03”" Laughter Mist There Was a Crooked Mon Desert Attack Modern Times Three Worlds ot Gulliver Dondi One Hundred and Ono Tomboy and the Champ Fabulous World of Jules Dalmatians Town Liko Alice Verne Operation Camel Trapp Family. The Five Guns to Tombstone Passport to China Flaming Star Wackiesl Ship in tho Pepe Chairmen of the event [or “"5"! AP?“ ‘- and April 5. escunt ALGONQUIN — Mrs. Maria Stellar. 58. St. Margaret parish. April 7. AURORA — Richard J. Sladler, inlanl, SI. Rita parish, April 4. Mrs. Linnea Connolly, 53, Holy Angels Requi Joseph Szilagy. 69. st. George parish. CARPENTERSVILLE — Daniel J. O’- Herron. 74, St. Monica parish, April 7. CARY — Frederick W. Henni. 54. 55. Peter and Paul parish, April 7. Henry P. Kluch, 79, 55. Peter and Paul parish. April 8. CRYSTAL LAKE -— Mrs. Katherine A. Fortune. 78. St. Thomas parish. April 6. DEKALB — E. GallaghEF, 80. 5). Mary parish, April 8. DUNDEE — John McNeil, 42, SI. Calh~ erine parish. April 9. ELGIN — Miss Norma C. Cosgrove. 36. St. Thomas More parish. April 8. FREEPORT —— Patrick J. McDonald, 82. St. Mary parish, April 5. GALENA — George E. Gaber, 78. St. Mary Parish. April 3. ROCKFORD —— Mrs. Anastasia Czyzew- ski, 73, St. Stanislaus parish. April 6. Tommy Osborne, )2. St. Patrick parish. April 6. James E. Connors. 83. St. Patrick par- ish, April 8. Stanley Ralston, 53, St. James parish. April 3. S I. John Loeman, 5i, April 5. WOODSTOCK John J. Sullivan, 69. st. Mary parish, April 6. James parish, Army Flute and the Arrow Police Dog Story. Tho Watch Your Stern Fronlier_Uprising Question / Wings of Chance Glenn Miller Story Sand Castle Wizard of Baghdad Gorpo Santa Claus Would-be Gentlemen A-II—MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Hannibal Hell Bent tor Leather High Powered Ritlo Atlantis, The Lost Continent Home Is the Hero Atomic Submarine Hoodlum Priest Babette Goes to war Homicidal Ballad of A Soldier House or Seven Hawks Bat House of Usher Battle of the Sexes l Aim At the Stars Because They're Young Ice Palace Bells Are Ringing Jailbreakers All the Young Men Angry Red Planet As the Sea Rages Prisoner of tho Volga Raisin in the Sun. A Scent oI Mystery School tor Scoundrels Secret ol the Purple Root Secret Partners Secret Ways Sergeant Rutledoo Seven Ways from Sundown Sniper’s Ridge Song Without End Bell Boy Journey to the Lost City 5.0.5. Pacific Black Sunday Konga Slalag I7 Blueprint for Robbery Long Rope, The Steel Claw Brides of Dracula Magnificent Seven Sundowners Cage of Evil Canadians. Tho Counterplot Crazy for Lovo Don Quixote Enemy General Fiercest Heard Flying Fontaineo Man in a Cocked Hat Man who Died Twice Marie Octobro Mating Time Midnight Lace Mountain Road Nature Girl and tho Slaver Sunrise at Campobelio Tarzan the Magnificent Tess oi the storm Country Time Machine Tormented. The Trapped In Tangier: Two Way Stretch Unforgiven Four-D Man Night Fighters valley of the Redwood: Gazebo Operation Bottleneck Village of the Damned General Delia Rovero Othello Visit To a Small Planet Giant of Marathon Pay or Die Wake Me When It's Qvor Gold of the Seven Saints Place in the Sun Goliath and the Dragon Please Don’t Eat tho _ Great imposter, Tho Daisies White Warrior Hand, The Posse (rom Hell World of Apu A-I'l‘I—MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS All In A Night’s Work Grass Is Greener our Man In Havlno All the Fine Young Heller in Pink Tights Pillow Talk Afgaennialagfe Red :9” Is I; ciIYv Please Turn Over , eroes Ie oung Angry Silence: Th0 Home From the Hill Plund'Im’ The Apartment, The House 0, “ml,” Portrait In Black Back To the Wall Hypnotic Eyo Purple Gang Best of Evervlhlnfl Idiot Ring oi Fire Big Bankroll Ikiru (Japrl . Rue do Paris Big Deal on Madonna I'm All Right Jack Savage Innocents ll Senachol. Tho Moonlfl- eet inherit the Wind Black Orpheus cent . I Passed For White Caplains Tablo ii Started In Naples Seven Thieves Walk Like A Dragon Walking Target Career Jayhawkers Sins of Rachel Codo Cash McCall, Key Witness Spartacus Chance Meeting , League at Gentlemen Story on Page Ono s—OIIEQE Confidential Let No Man Wrilo My Subtorraneans Cover Girl Killer Epitaph Third Voico Cranes are Flying Magician Threat Crimson Kimono Make Mino Mink Tiger Bay Crowded Sky Maiaga Touch oi Larceny Dark at the Top of Murder, Inc. Tunes ot Glory the Stairs Music Box Kid Unfaiihluls. The End of lnnocenco North to Alaska Upstairs and Downstairs Exodus Nude In a Whito Car Virgin Island Facts of Life (Fr.) Fate of a Man Virgin Spring (Swedish) Ocean's Eleven Web of Evidence Fast and Sexy 0n the Beach Why Must I Die Fever in the Blood. A Odds Against Tomorrow Wind Cannot Read Four Fast Guns Once More With Feeling Wolt Larsen Blows French Mistress Goliath and the Bar barians One-Eyed Jacks One Foot in Hell Operation Eichmann Operation Petticoat B—MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN And Quiet Flows the Don Hell to Eternity Wonderful Country Young Have No Tlmo Young Ono PART FOR ALL Right Approach.Tho Angel Baby Her Bridal Nigm (was: Rise and Full ot Logo Between Time and Bride is Much Too mammd Eternity Beautiful) Fr. Rookie Bimbo the Great Hercules Unchained Rosemary Blood and Roses Herod. The Great Sanctuary Bluebeard’s Ten Honeymoons Breath oi Scandal Hiroshima, Mon Amour It Takes a This! September storm -Sex Kittens Go to Colle o Butterfield a Jan 8°“ Shakedgown Can-Can LeeCh WWW" Sons and Lovers Carry On, Nurse Legions oI the Nilo Squad Cor Carthage in Flames Circus of Horrors Crack in the Mirror Cry for Happy Curse of the Werewolf Desire in the Dust Elmer Gantry Electronic Monster Lem Make Lo“ Stranglers oi Bombay Look in Any Window Elfig's‘gfig’nglf“ w. M". Lave and the Frenchwoman Surprise Packago Macumba Love Take a Giant Stop Mania Tall Story Marriage-Go-Round Terror of the Tony: Millionaires: Thunder in Carolina Entertainer, The _ Minotaur Too Soon to Love Esther and the King Misfits. The Two Faces of Dr. Jovkll Female and the Flesh Nights 01 Lucretlo Two Loves ’ Five Branded Women Borgia Underworld. U.S.A. Foxhole in Cairo ‘ Parrish Vice Raid From the Terraco Platinum Hi h Scho Fugitive Kind 9 0| . Whero tho Boys Are Portrait of a Mobster Where the Hot Wind All the more wonderful because all of it is ' Joseph N. Strotz STORE FRONTS O O Furnace Repairing and Installation 0 Gutters 469 High St. Aurora TELEPHONE TW 2-3126 REAL ESIAIE Gangster Story Portrait of a Sinner Blows i Girl In Room 13 Prime Time Who Was That Lady? v G. I. Blues Private Lives of Adam Wild River I Goddess of _Love and Eve Woman Likc Solon (woo I Go Naked 'In the World Proper Timo Female) , Happy Anniversary Psycho World ot Suzy Wong I Head of a_ Tyrant Rat Race Young Jcsso James ‘ C—CONDEMNED Adorable Creatures Liane, Jungie Goddess No Orchids for Miss (French) Love (5ame (pumm- Blandish (British) n to - ‘(figfigmcm d woman Love Is My Profession 0593' W'ld‘ ,‘ Baby Doll Lovers. ‘rne (Fr.) Pass'ma’e 50mm" l Bed of Grass (Greek) Lover's Return (French) (Fr-4"” l Bed. The (French) Mademoiselio Gobetto Please! Mr. BIIIIC (Fr.) ‘ Breathless (French) Port 01 Desire I Come Dance WIII’I Mo Mademoisello Striptease Poi Bouilie (Lovers of (French) (French) Paris) (Fr.) Desperate Women, Tho Magdalena Private Property Expresso Bongo Maid in Paris (Fr.) FrUIts at Summer (Fr.) I A Question of Adultery MarIe du Port (French) Rosanna Game of Love (French) Mating Urge Savage Eyo Garden of Eden Miller‘s Beautiful Wito Sins of tho Borgia: Green Carnation (was (Ila|.l (French) Trials of Oscar Wilde) Heroes and Sinners ' Husband for Anna. A Miss Julia (Swedish) Mitsou (Fr.) Mom and Dad Moon Is Blue, Tho Smiles of o' Summor Night (Swedish) Snow Was Black Am a Camera Stella (Greek) Illicit Interlude (Swedish) Naked Night. Tho Third Sex, Karamoia (Swedish) Trials o1 Oscor Wildo Lady Chatterley‘s Lover Nana (Fr.) Wasted Lives and tho Letters from My Wind- Never on Sunday Birth: of Twins mill (Fr.) Night Heaven Foll (Fr.) Woman of Romo uni.) SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION IA separate Classification I: lvon to certain films which, whllo not moral lv offenswe. require some one ym and explanation as a protection to th- uninformed against wrong interpretation and tolu conclusions.) Martin Luther Case of Dr. Lauront Suddenly Lost Summor Storm Center Gm of m. mam rownlno Experienco Circle oI Deception ever Toko Candy Frorn Adam and Evo Anatomy of Murdor A strongor m4- ILLINfiO‘S NATIONAL O INSURAIKE DIAL 2-3226 257 N. Union Aurora Ph. TW 7-7088 Residence: Your Doctor Will Prescribe 12 Downer Place Aurora-Phone TW 7-9618 Childron's Shoo Specialists Inspiring 0 Air Conditioning O Ventilating Skylights l Cincinnati, has been chosen ance on the campus. president-elect of the Ohio Stephen Hartman is chair. Hospital Association. She is man for the event assisted by James B. Lockyear. a member of the post committee. Members indicating they will make the trip are: Alan Kubin~ ski. Robert Lockyear, William O ‘ s ' Sparks and Bud Tilton. post of- Glll SCOll't (Janlp ficers: Michael Stafford and ROCKFORD — Girl Scouts in David Von Bergen, district cab— the Rock River Valley council “fie; membjlri.’ and Dave Bar- on , - . teman, o n Cadwell, Torn may rebister lor establlshcdlChapman. Michael Clear.“ Pat camp sesstons at Camp MedIll , Conbo', Al Ebert. Joh n Ed- MCCOrmICk Sawmill-Vi Apr” 15- wards? Ken Hall. Dick Harmer. from 1 to 3 pm. at the Varland Steward Hartman Tom Hen_ agency' 730 N' Mam St' best, Dennis Hoover, Mike Jack- Dates for the live 12»day ses- son, Bob Kaszczuk‘ Terry Kee. sions are June 25 through July nan‘ Dan Kelby. Car] Le Bron, 6: July through July 18: JulyllJ0 hn Letoumeau’ Joe Logh, 19 through July 30: J uly 31IJeff Mandel], Frank Marinelli, lhmugh Aug- 11; and Aug- 12iPete Mikleton, Nick Stavros, through Aug- 23- Cary Sully, Gary Taylor, Dave Villa and John Ward. The next activity for the Ex- plorers will be an all-day canoe trip down the Rock river to Lowden park where post com- mittee members will have din— ner waiting for Explorers and their dates. Terry Keenan and Nick Stavros are co-chairmen for the event which is sched— uled for Saturday, May 13. May 20—21, the Explorers will be the guests of the Glenview Naval Air Base. Peter Mikle— ton has been named chairman for this event. Explorer Alan Ebert is also working on a Great Lakes Navy Cruise for the group this summer. Post 37 membership is open to any young man 14 years of ageor over, and in or past the ninth grade in school. The Unit meets on the 2nd and 4th Thurs- days of each month at St. Peter hall, 7:30 pm. the first nun to be elected to this position which she will assume in the spring of 1962. Vest Postulants ROCKFORD —- The Third Or- der of St. Francis will hold in- vestiture ceremonies for nine postulants at 4 pm. Sunday, April 16 at St. Anthony church. The Rev. Francis Kiley, O.F.M., Conv., will preside at the rites which will be held following a social hour and business meet- ing at 3 pm. in the church hall. Screen Story... REPUBLIC ’ GAS HEAT SPECIALISTS VAllEY HEATING ...And then came the surprising day when Sister Maria came out of the sacred Ask for Bill Perez “mvent 220 s R‘ TW 2 4090 ‘ . o. Iver t0 glve . AURORA lschool, will speak on “Basic AURORA . . PAGE 3 FAMILY BIBLE READING—Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scheck of Sterling are shown with their six children as they gather to read the Bible in their home. The Schecks are in charge of registra- tions for the Cana conference being planned at St. Mary on Sunday, April 16. \ BLESS US. 0 LORD—With these words Mr. and Mrs. John McMillin of Sterling and their nine children begin the evening meal at their home. The McMillins are one of many couples in the area planning to attend the Cana conference at St. Mary parish Sunday. Hear Fr. Becker ’. , ROCKFORD —— The Rev. An- thony J. 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