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PAGE 12 G ISerra Club News! -- -- -- { AURORA -- A retreat for lay- ll /men sponsored by the Serra I ni asFuun mu pAmm m~nm Ill L m .- an ||club here, will be conducted by I MCMr"UN- I"LN"I"IK|~" H The r~atlonalBank lithe Rev. Constantine E. Sielin- ~IL| I]ski, O.F.M at St. Mary Minor I Electrical Contractin, III oF STERLING Ilseminary, Crystal Lake, begin- nil lining at 6:30 p.m. Aug. 11 and ] ~ il~ I~continuing through 4 p.m. Aug. I ( I Ill"Growing By HelpingI/13. ! x. v=6,~.-v-,j u I ^LL- -", '," ", " I/ The Serra club seminarian's I III O,hersto Grow" Ibicnic was held July 10 in place I I I leaf a regularly scheduled meet- I MA S-2424 I[I " |ling. Mr. Coleman, chairman of I I/I M*.mber at t%B Fade,el lithe event, reported that 30 sem- I anu I:a~l InIKU ~IKCtI iiI Insurance Deposit |~' s slI ""'~'"i-'Zyv-"" I/marlans, 10 priests and several I,IISTERLING" ILLINOIS J Corporation /guests attended the picnic About 70,000,000 persons an- nually contribute to the March of Dimes. America's Finest-Made Cars LGIN . . . (Plymouth 1 Valiant) Soderstrom's Valley Paint for Company 13 North Spring 1108 Larkin Elgin, Illinois THE OBSERVER JUBILEE IN PISA--Streams of fire shower the dome and baptistry of the Cathedral of Pisa, Italy, during the 800th jubi- lee of that city's patron, St. Raniero. This unusual photo was taken from the top of the famed Leaning Tower of Pisa. The relics of the saint, who died in 1160, are located in the south tanscept of the cathedral. Hospital Staff Marks Jubilee Of 3 Sisters [ ROCKFORD -- Three Sisters of the Third Order of St. Fran- cis stationed at St. Anthony hos- pital here will be honored with a day-long celebration Thurs- day, Aug. 10, marking their ju- bilees with the order. The celebration is being held in conjunction with similar fes- tivities at the motherhouse in Peoria at which time all those Sisters marking jubilees in the order will be honored. The cele- bration at Peoria, however, will not be held until Friday, Aug. 25, at the close of a retreat for the jubilarians. Honor Three Those to be honored at St. ~n- thony hospital will be Sisters M. Linus and M. Secunda, who are celebrating their 25th year in the order, and Sister M. Huber- ta, who is marking her diamond (60th) jubilee. The day will begin with a Pon- tifical Low Mass at 9 a.m. in the hospital chapel celebrated by the Most Rev. Loras T. Lane. The choir for the occasion will be composed of the nurses' glee FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1961 oeo I :lub. gestured us into sitting down. It over WREX-TV at 10:15 a.m. TniTI[ I i/I I ITV IFtrm Hosts : tsters Program for the Day was difficult to find a place to The Ray. John I. Hochban, nuil]v viii un n t I c; ~ The program for the day, with sit, as the chairs were littered S.J dean of the Jesuit Theo- II I|1 |llll 1"1 I I IPI I o~u,J~, ~'~" --- ictivities being held in the has with dirty dishesand soiled " " I O g 1 C a 1 ~emmary, J.oronto, ,fi~,o,s M Angelise O.S F Mount St. clothing ,I111 I W I II I I [,petal auditorium, recluSes alun-, ] " o kford t~anaoa, ~s gues~ speaker. Your Authorized Plymouth.Valiant Dealer,1 I 1 I I 1 11 1 I, ]Francis Provincial, of R c,cheon at noon and dinner at 6/ The disorder was not a reflec-I . . Father Hochban will explain I was one of a group of 74 teach- p.m. for the jubilarians, visiting, tion on this poor woman. We l . . 1 why Catholicsand especmlly TI'~D IklAJ~AI~ ~DAI~Ir~ I n" the da'" religious and guests and an un- knew that educat'on regardingl, Ulb~| |lrqL|l|LI~l%r"~lllJlllt lIlg oxst~z~ wnu apt: L .rI converts are SO O OU In the "'" ~ ~ ~ [ : announced oro~ram of entertain-, hygienic standards had nevern,j y s " here as guests of Barton CoSta I PE sLNNE'S [,men n knowledge of God s laws whlch ~ ~~ ' M [ . - ' t bee given to her. It was sug-[ . ' ' "" Inc ubhshers of full color re I t the Church gives them [ ', P - " Arrangements are under the;gesed that the interview be] I Arlll:CI llAl:kl~ rUIII'~DI:MJ ]ligious materials, direction of the Sisters at the'made outdoors and we steppedl. The Sacred Heart Program L/'llJIIgJ-- Ilf|Lll J-- ~'IIILI'/IXLil J I The Sisters attendin,~ Cath-hosnital out into the fresh air. jls seen regmany each week I ' ~" ~ An inter,retor was obtained o v e r 150 television stations olic university summer sessions, ~ 1 1 throughout the country Each 16 DOUGLAS AVE. ELGIN I en' "e da ms ectm the The National Foundation, par- and we then heard the d'sheart-, . " sp t m Y ' P " g ^-, :- :^ t ~- ening story Iprogram incluaes a short doc- %/firm's operations and touring of'bim~;nwa';mcortpor";tel~S;a~ln] Re-education Needed Itrinal talk, recitation of the Coats Suits I ' . lithe Waiters Art gallery, the Bal- 3, 1938, under the guidance ofl Immediate help was securedlAngelusYhc n~ec;ati n. fra fam; I y ~O1: Ceaneat aria led 3hamenter ~ I/timore Museum of Art and the President Franklin D. Roose-lfor the family, but to rehabili-] ' music by SUCllgroups as me --. . r ~ I/new cathedral of Mary Our velt to lead, direct and umfyltate a family with these prob-[ . ~aare unoris~ers ann me ~. ~|str|butor ~t,] l/queen the fight against polio. ]lems will take years of educa-] Dresses Millinery I : " g:~<~'~b.'~C",'R~I I/ Captain Blood" A-I I "" ~"' ' I ' Friday, August 11 l" --=~ ='='~ ~ w Giftaid'eros l Ulal we z suy ~ In Sunday, August 6 I Saturday, August 5 110'45 The Big Movie "Kiss of Death" A-Ill 1|12:00 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon,10:30 Theater Three "Laughing Anne" B J U;ll~l~V ~k,~ .el 1,!, ll~,~bfn~* l | I ROCKFORD, ILL. . l/ "Heidi" A-I I Sunday, r, ugus~ 6 I ~x:~, ~ n |l - |/ 1 30 Picture for a Sunday Afternoon I / 10:00 THE CHRISTOPHERS I Saturday, August 5 II ll=l=Jl '.1 "The Seventh Cross" A-If ilh00 Encore Theatre "Double Jeopardy"J10:15 Crown Theatre "After the Thin /I IL~I-IIIIPI ll~,lL~ ~ 0 15 The LatelShow "Ange " B A- Men" A-H n I I=l.U Convenient" or For Reservations Call HAZEL 6-41148 I Monday, August 7 I Tuesday, August 8 [ A-I . Jl Am ,~l=A L~t~y-t:L yT~"a'-~[~l~'" 1 I12:05 The Late/Late Show "Safari" A-It 110~0 Theater Three "'Buck Privates" A-II II:35 Paiama Playhouse "Barnacle B''"II a a I I 4:30 The Early Show "Western Union" I 10:30 Theatre Three "Aerial Gunner" A-I/ Sunday, August 6 ll ll I "it1 Charge Accounts II l A-I I Wednesday August 9 |10:15 THE SACRED HEART PROGRAM /l Vl l-- ~Ve T~,I~ An A~Jtm=~,n,l'lllPe In r.~^H I~Fl'l'llRI4~l 110:15 The Late Show "No Mnor Vces" I10:30 Theatre Three "Alaska Highway" I /uesoay, August 8 /I //UI /'~11 I'~U 1~11/U/~ Ill VV~U LU/II I~ B A-I I 11"30. Tuesday Theatre "Bad Little Angel"/I w%lr~=llv/ P=,nAuuel.e ,Thursday August 10 A- 1,=:15 m ~.~.'.e ^~,~'e Show street of I ,o:3o Theatre Three'"Speed to Spare" A-,I Wednesday, August 9 /I 401 Locust St. Sterhng," Ilia I] : "- ~ I|'l ~ 5'~; Au"ust g / K, lt:t.| Friday. August 11 I 11:0o Playhouse i 11:30 Academy Theatre "Florian" A-| |ill ~" ~ T "';o r, A 1 10"30 Theatre Three "Dynamite" A-I Friday August 11 4:30 he Early Show ~omrade X" - I' "' " A L Ehr brr rrrn ~a~ illo.15 The Late Show "The Hour nefore *-h = Yar~aroxford A-! G $O INE II L~.* --Y ~ ~ !11 " the Dawn" B I ,~su, t, u,===ac* o, ~uaua~u I 12:40 Pa area Ptayhouse "Mr. and Mrs.|l . 12:15 The Late, Late Show M0racle of 10"15 Movie " F' " : ~ = den, a ~ i/ the Bells" A-I " " I ' FI" in SaturuaY,~bU~tsO'TUn'dentifiedAugust S I WKow,N rth ChannelA"[ ~7, .edison/I ^ . s m/ Wednesday, August 9,Y gsuna'la" u~'-ust 6 I Saturday August 5 II FUEL OIL ~- upen at Noon uaiw ~1~ l/ 4:30 The Early Show "Boys' Ranch" A-1|12,30 THE rATH(~LI~' ~n.= I 1:05 Matinee Playhouse /'A Woman's /I Fnt~inme~t Ninhtlv ~a IIilO:15 The Late Show "Dr. Jekyll and Mr,~ nn rh=.~%t ~ m=,~,~.':.~""~ n ^f l Face" B 13 1 .~l IJ Hyde" A-II / ":" ~'e'z%l~'~',~B ""l / 10:00 Fanfare "Journey for Margaret" /I Uu J UIk-'l.^. 2/1424 Patronize Our Advertisers I l~ AIR CONDITIONED . ~ n[12:25 The Late, Late Show "One Touch of| Monda" Au"ust 7 1 A. II /I IlnlValM--gllllllll;y ,~OS~l~l Venus" B 4 O0 M ie,t, ~ - Sunday August 6 -- I : ov 5 Apache Chnef" A-I .' . , It . r ,ml-r.t I/ Thur v Auoo t0 I We".e-d- A ,o II1:00 Sunday Mov,e "Wa,k,ng H,I,s A-'HI 1 tA[~ al t.ul.n/~Eii, I.VUlRVlk ~ [~J 4:30 The Early Sh'ow "~'he Adventures J 4:00 Movie 5="8~ar'on' off're'zone'' A-II I 1:30 Fanfare "Journey for Margaret' |~ =~m~~~, . i i. ow d M o d. ~ I/,0:15 ~'Ja:"Ve ~'o"w "Ladies' Men" A-III ,1:00 Movi:hursdeaY~hA~ag~feSty'!0A-I ::'== MuOnday4,~mAutust 7 /| I $ Ivie and Paul Paterson |12:10 The Late Late Show "Fatal Lady ,~,= .= 1 y :il I A- ' J WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee10:25 The Late Show "On Borrowed II 1- "~ / Calur.:a Au,u=t Time" A-II /I ~'~'~ ~"-'"~- "-"~'" |/,o:oo The L;te S~oYw' "T~i~y ~Seconds 1~ '~, Th" "Tuescday' 'A'ugustE /I m'.~- .I. ,~ r." I/ Over Tokyo" A-II :-- Wo~m;~l.y ,~ i~w ' a /I It'F l~t~lt t.lte IL~ UClrt. 1 ~. ROCK FALLS 1/12:20 The Early Show "Bathing Beauty" Thu' sday ,U,U, lg /I THE HARVARD .N~. i i , 1 ~ I II ,o:15 The Late Show "The Fugitive" A-I 10:25 ~V%emLna.te ASdhpw 'There's Always All 1 CLEANERS 1112:=OThe ?:d ;w UY : :hingtorthe 10-25 The LaFtrid hYoJ,U, gFUrSatm d,A,I II nAn, Sun" A-II WTVO " 1 ~l 1/10:15 The Late Show "invitation tO Hap-,Channel 39, Rockford/I piness A fl ,"' - Saturday, August S ~ Interest t'a~ I;; Wednesday, Augus: 1~ 10'00 The Big Movie "Caribbean" A- I f'~O ~1 ~otl,e Your Appearance OTHERS Do I~ 12.20 The Early Show "Cherokee Stri " ' Sun a /I $ l/,P, /I On Savings Accounts 'S" "~.~ ~'~Id~ " /~ll 1/10:15 The Late Show "Unholy Partners' 10:30 Feature Theatre "Torpedo Alley"IJ I Member o, F.D.I.C.B A, -- J. P. TYNE, Owner i I{,=,o ', A- WMTV,sChan 3;Madis a J ! 10:15 The Late Show "Lady in the Dark" F T Y' g s 6 m =3 let Ave. (MA 5-0571) Rock Fa]ls B Frida Au ust 11 12:30 FaONS~=n~aY'O~g~=~ll"614 II ~/~l 1/12:20 ~mEa;l~heOW~'Dr. Gillesple's |nryanon 1 ~~l a Ill0:15 The Late Show "The Postman AI- ,qlP~b~ ~if VBlJ~~ " .~,~"l1 ~ -/ ays Rings |wJce" B / WOC. Channel 6. Davenport 1E"~;~'~ "i 1 i| Saturo'ay, August 5 lllo:5o P.~lmlere Performance "Crackup" A II / I lip ~ I~ II I I qPLII h ii .--.~ ~ -- ~--.~lll 1 1 ~ W i W -- ~ ar~ 1/12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH " " 1]:15 Premier Performance "Fury" A-II . . [] $11 I/ Tue y ougus, s 3 bedrooms 2O x dr,ftwood o eled 1 . n ~ -i ~'~1 1112:10 Movie Matinee "Street Bandits- A.ii ,~ ' P Y ~l ~== I =IF 1 r i1, L ~ ~e' ~l I I/ Wednesday, August 9 room, Z Car ~qQrQCle, DUlII' in CQIOrlC KiTchen P'IQS- m i~mllllll t~ 1 ~ r'l ee -- ~ 1/12:10 Movie Matinee "The Vanishing ~ J,--,n-- ~ ~ r, i " . l/ Americans" A-I Terea WailS ~ r~Qrawooa TIOOrS ~ TUll Dasemenl. Thursday, August 10 BE,owEB,mc, 1/.:10 Movie ~atinee "Affair in RenD" B We will funance. i - ~ ~ n/ Friday August 11 i/.:1o ~o~'ie Matinee "The Man is Armed" IkI r| t ~ ~hn ',WISN, Chua::el)2, Milwaukee SENKtL,U~, %unr, S THE SECRET! Dubuque la.--608 Main St. 3S15 AUBURN ROCKFORD Clinton,"la.1222 6th Ave. S. 10:45. The Big Movie "Theodore Slavs Empr~ndBy August 7' OFF. W 4-7885 MODEL TR 7-2046 I/ , Rockford---105 North Main St. ,o:45 The Big Movie "Th, Loves of Edger Allen Poe" A-I Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. Coren--Optometrist Rockford Rockford Plaza Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by De. H Partoll---Optometrist Aurora 6 N, Broadway Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. Wm. Lindley--Optometrist Dixon--110 East First St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. B. Ruben--Optometrist Sterling--21 W. 3rd St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb, Dr. N. L. St. Germain---Optometrists Elgin---121 S. Grove Disl~ensing :Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. Mall--Optometrist MODERN PLATING CORPoRATdON ,[ Workers In,p I The Vineyard Community Chest Agency U By Lisa Ferris lion, assistance and encourage Cath01ie Charities Staff lent. Driving along the outskirts of Coming from a foreign coun- he city, our car jogged and try, they had made no efforts to bumped its way along a rutted overcome the language barrier, dirt road The family we were nor had they had the opportune- seeking had been referred to us:ty to acqdre knowledge of our by a visiting nurse The father,ways and customs. was confined to a T.B sanitari- F . . amny slmanons SUCh as 1:ms um and unable to proviae mr e m. p 1(10 exlst mere in our own Cltles. his zamily, znere were five cnu- Tern r " " " I po ary help can oe given, oren to De olomeo ana lea out . I but the need for re-education is many other problems o~ deeper r . u gent and me WOrK tO De none root oecame avaunt, l is unending. We approached what appeared to be a house built and put to-t. At home%as wellas abfoaa, neip Is neeaeo zor mese ~oa's gether like a jigsaw puzzle. The] . , peopleLet us give our know door leading to the rickety stair- " " way had a hole cut in it. Wheth- ledge, our help and our means. er this was to avoid opening the door to save time, was question- JOY" of Knowledge able, but a cat jumped in and " -/ out, unconcerned. To Be Discussed House Littered As we ascended the stairs, we "The Happiness of Knowing" were met by a pleasant looking will be the subject on the Sa- woman, who seemed very tired. She did not speak English but cred Heart Program Aug. 6 JOHN P. SREENAN Is Qualified To Take Care of Your Everyday Insurance Needs Office WO 4-5977 --Home TR 7-6402 Purchase Program Everyone! Pagel's Rental Purchase Plan Pagel's FHA New Home Plan Pagel's Trade In Plan Pagel's 10% Down Plan Pagel's Work Credit Plan Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home New Homes and Apartments Now Available to Compare! 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