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FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1961 THE OBSERVER ' PAGE lI ! 1 Sun WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago 'i0.'-" T ~ay~ Augus, t 20 II0:00 Late Show."i Wanted Wings" B I .uu .~ ~-nK=~nv~M~Kb I Sunoay August 20 Saturday, August 19 111:00 Encore Theater "Strange Adven- 111:00 Late Show "Johnny Angel" A-[I 4:30 The Early Show "High Barbaree" [ turn" B I Monda" Au-ust 21 10"15 Ahle Best of CBS "The O001ins of I . . . Tuesday, August 22 112:20 Eary Sh0~' "~ere Come the ,nIu:3u Tneoter Three "A Little BIt Of I Waves" A-II Oklahoma A-H I Heaven" A-I 110'15 Late Show "Le~v /.r~, A H 3'30 PictureSUnFdoarY' :UgUusJdl0y ASern nil0 30 TheaThU~Shday' A.~gustj24 I.^' Tuesday, August';2 - : e ' o peao uoar" A-I/tZ:20 Early Show "The Round U " A-II "Joe ".m th Amertcen" A-I i Frida" AU-USt 25 " 1^ 1 P 10:15 The Late S'how "Kitty" B I T r,u . ,J u: 3 Late :mOW '/ne Harvey G!rls" A-II 10 30 heater Three Men Wdhout Souls 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Sky Murdar"l " ^ ,~ t Wednesday, August 23 L A-I i "~"' 112:20 Early Show "ShiD Ahoy" A-II Monday August 21 I = . 110:15 Late Show "Light That Failed" B WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Thursda 4:30 p.m, The En/ly Show "Her Hus- J J y, August 24 band L es" A- '10 15 Movt:asturdtYe' AUgwUl~tn 19 I~:~0 Early Show "The Get-Aw,y" A-I 10:15 the Late Show "The Cross of Lot-I : ' " " g Eye" A-I I : 5 Late Show "A Foreign Affair" B " rathe" a I ~ u - u Sunday' August 20 I 1 " T Friday, August 25 Tuesday, August 22 112(~0Ch;~;ne~.AT~aL!C HOUR /12:20 Early Show "A Letter for Erie" A-H 4:30 T h~ r:arw Show 'Meet the People"I Flame, ~A ,aynous, tiger and Thai10:15 Late Show "Spawn of the North" a 10 5 The Late Show "M dnioht" A-I 1 Monday, August 21 IW'""" ~" 12:30 The Late, Late Show "'(~ne Night n 14:00 Movie 5 "Flight Into Nowhere" A-II/ I;31N, iL;nannel 1z, WlllwanKee Lisb ~t;dBa I I Sunday, August 20 sdsy, August 23 I WOC, Channel 6, Davenport ilo:15 SACRED HEART PROGRAM 4:30 The Early Show "The Pnrson Of,Saturday AUnUSt 19 ' 110'45 The Big Movie "1 Wonder Whos Panamint'" A-II " "' =' " Kissin H "~" 10:15 The Late Show "Oeisv Kenvon" B 110:50 Pre, mmre Performance "Bataan" I g ar Now. A-I /, ~-t, Monday, August 21 12.30 The Late Late Show The I~emark-| Sunday Aunust 20 110"45 Th ' " , able Andrew" A-I h,~ ~^ = =T.=.;-" ~ = .- i Big Movie Loser Takes All B Thursday, August 24 l;;!~ H~g~"B;rb~re~"-ZlAI'H I Tuesday, August 22 4:30 The Early Show "She Went to the," A.~'m' .11 i10:45 The Big Movie "Litt e G ant" A-II Races" A- ,~--yr, : -, 10"1.~; The, /~t~ Ch^w ,~.;=t i~i~, h2:10 Mowe Matmee "~poders of theJ Friday, August 25 - =-- -;"7, a= ur-I Forest" A-I 110:45 The Big Movie "OH Bow incident" 12:30 ~'~ G;e' Late Show "Magic Town"[ Tyesday: AUgUSt ~ I A-It A II ' #,~:,v ,v,uVl= , = "ne.J'S ~JUvpeS|" o I Friday, August 2S 112 10 MoviWednet~ndeaY' A~oUmSt~ 2n3 Th -I I WREX, Channel 13, Rockford 10:15The Late Show "High Wide end| : " a ey A-I Han~ *~i, ^ = ' I mOST Lyncnea" ~ I =afuruey# August l~ 12 30 ThL''~;F '~-'*' ~ ,~ . I Thursday, August 24 110:15 Crown Theater "Weekend et the : c~ ;z-eA;~,a}a^.~.ow "~.=e ~ 112:10 Movie Matinee "Twinkle in 6ed'S| Waldorf" A-II r,-, l Eye" A-I |11:35 Pe oma Playhouse "Mighty Mc- I ~ J ~urk" A-I WISC, Channel 3, Madison |1 WITI Channel 6 MilwaukeeII 0:15 SACREDSUnda~ August 20 IL J ' t Saturday, August 19 Saturday, August 19 H,;ART TIME ~0 Theater Three "Seven Were Saved"I 2:30 Early Show ' It's A Wonderful J Tuesday August 22 A-1 J World" A-II |11:30 Tuesday Theater "Keeping Compa- ",~, J ny" A-/ ~~~~.~'~.-~:~i(~*.":~i~I~ ~:~!~!~:~,11 Fr day, AuguSt 25 "~" ~ '~ I "00 Playhouse "Bride Goes Wild A II Q . " . Patron,ze Our Advert,sers 12:,0 P,nyhousa "Omeh. Tra, I I WKOW, Channel 27, Madison r Saturday, August 19 |1:05 Matinee Playhouse 'Tomorrow the World A I/ THOMEWAY TUr [10:00 Fenfe;; "'Mrs Mike" A-,I .n r / Sunday, August 20 . /I N I-% B Ii 1:30 Fanfare "MRS. Mike" A-II Ill "qlm~ ~.J ,i ii,i m.~mma~ ' Monday, August21 nrma U llwauIr~ 10:30 THE CHRISTOPHERS NIP Ill IIIPI:IIV 10:25 The Late Show "Gunf ghters" A-II Local & Long Distance ItIIirII- IIIUVV/V Tuesday, August 22 s 10:25 The Late Show "Girl from Men- tvlovlng Plain folks but plenty smartl hatta~/edAnelsday Au ust 23 Gramps heads a house lO 2 The t"l ~ 12 " : 5 Late Show' "T~e House of u,~:, uu~=~ hold of 3 generations -- Oracule" B " Thursday August 24 DL u :. ~qoq all with ideas of theirto ~5 The Late Show "And So They Were - ,u ,-,~v,~ own. waiter urennan staR. Married" A-I Friday, August 25 305-307 W. 14th St. to:2s The Late Show "Men in White" B THURSDA'r, 7"30 P.M. ROCK FALLS, ILLINOIS WREXTV WMTV, Channel 33, Madison " Sunday, AUgUSt 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH, WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Prelate Urges Voting Peace rAM'Lr CLmt ICatholic T . . I I: I "The man whom we laid tel Llass]tmd vAdvertism In Emer ln- Ahlcan ' atlonle ~ [rest the other day in the ceme ' ~ -~ ~ ~ ~ ~ - u ,:~ ;i~'~k :~':{~'~:'~;!~'~Y:~t~*~;~);~::~i:~;~ ~'~:i'~::~i~~}~ KABGAY', Rwanda-Burundil its "c nvicti n that the best fu']~~/I Frf "lfiT-]" O 1[~7 ver;= ;reare:*'~m~n" of*'hYs ] ~ ' ~ --(NC)-- A Catholic missionary]ture for Rwanda-Burundi lies in I~~~ii~l/II L,I/ I~-D] ~a'~t~ |f;r~ if ~,~+~.;* ]~,~*o I~;.-,~ I I - JL t7 I ~I,J~q~Je/~v' p- o~ =# ,=s~=~-L~ .*,~, MARKERS -- MONUMENTS WILBUR CHRISTENSON prelate has appealed for an end ,Is accessmn to mdependence asllBli~IllI~!~l [it will pronounce judgment .otl. ~O~ER, ,R S0N . l *UNERA HOME to pre-election vioIence in this a united and composite state." I ~~)~ I /upon bim but upon itself" These I" g" FirSt St we. *,4,1,s "~ra Ave. we. $-7311 central African teritory which[This UN recommendatmn," how-[ i l . By FATHER JOHN L. THOMAS, S.J. lore the opening words" of Thet~:~::~'~'~: ~~l ~,~ c; ~o~ =.^, ~,~,~= is soon to join the continent's]ever, provoked sharp protestsI~~I Assistant Professor of Sociology ICatholic Hour's third program in[gpen ~ato--10c u woro--M e! net mch Jt00t-03 Second Ave. WO 3-~1 ' " A " " " " ~:ontracTs, ',~-,nch, 13 consecutive weaker growmg number of mdependent fm Rwanda. I~i~ll t St. LOUIS University /the current series England Re-I srge w.k.v ,=,= = .s, I CATHOLIC SALVAGE nations I Archbishop Perraudin's ap l~~~/ My eight-year-old daughter has started askin, me man, -ues-]visited " Sunday Aug 20 overlC ny&t:s:.&J~a~W.l~-~s *o~iv;,*~, lUL~ Ctqhing: .Fyroitu.rP O!she~, ~m~. Archbishop Andre Perraudin, lpeal followed a similar plea bY/~~~!:i~]tions about babies. Two years ago when she first asked me]NBC-TV. The man to whom they il =ays to advertises I@ra. store ~ have u new deoartment . i~.x .:,:.:.:,:.: -~ ' t ~ . ~. --- ,-,1- . ~, I ::i:#i:i:i:~!~*~;::~:~::::::;::;~::{,~::~;~:a;~:~ w:~-::::~ ioaavcntea To Keligious articles. Prices to W. F o~ Kabgayz urged a ] l JJ, P. tIarroy, Belgian resident |I~~/where babies come from, I told her from a seed, like a flower orlremr ]s L ~. ~nesmrmn. zneI ~ - I!it your Immediate budget. Come Ih and Christians here to refrain from general who urged all Banyar- ~i r man who first said these words ~ Drowse around. 1019 West State st Rock. I ' . /l /vegetable When she asked whe e the seed came from I told her/ [ ,OR SAL, FARM I or, ,n "'- - ;ia ~;:ifg r tphree::~2gnd:hre f~ [Pl::d:f thd tB::Unrd:asa:r:h~c~ A [ ~~/:::::~c SeUvCdhea~;;~;:cn l ;g~:a:i;~YechernbeC::Seahn~rs cma::i ]wa;heM::~'ingg ;orR:hnealpdoKgrn:~ on ! !~C ~ii ~!~ ~o~4~:t~L~t cc~eu~'cat;' et "~6, Nort~a~ ~ ~.a,vego . 7 tember legislative elections. [--to avoid incidents that would |~~|information. What do I tell her, and how. |ChesterSon is his home in Bee-Iwost 'or ~'usi~ee on 153, 1 mu~ north on ~AT~I|~ " 1962 Independence make the election invalid.[~~[ AS YOU .AVE PRO.ASLY DISCOVERED, Lucy, little girls[c nsfield which today serves as county Tru,k S. ~|i'~V|~ The Archbishop spoke in a ra- Converts Numerous /~~~:~?~]are just as curious and inquisitive as their grown sisters---and[a way-station for convert Pro-I dio broadcast after political Rwanda-Burundi, a former/~~~/tend to talk just as much. Since babies are very much the con-/~tstaflsthCl~g~:tdhth:::rftam~lies:l~I ~IM li'rn--'- ": r,j I riots in the region around Ki- part of German E a s t Africa Icern of women, it is not surprising that your daughter and her~ QI ,-I1~|111 I I~ I lllWa| rwu I ~ali Rwanda's capital took an/that came under Belgian rule NEW C O N G 0 PREMIER~ /classmates want more information They're running true to ~orm[ann wrote zor many years. /. ' Op . N!tos--Sunduy I estimated 50 lives earl~- in Aug- after Worid War I is=a moun- Cy.r,lle Adoula, a s t a u n c h /finthis regard, and you should be thankful that your daughter Guests on tms" program are~|! ~ ~. --11. Centre|laAmF'e I'aTk,ngBrandG I** I ust. As a result of the unrest in tainous region slightly larger anucommun,~s~ has recently / feels tree to come to you with her problems. Learning aboutlife[ Miss Dorothy Collins, Chester- I ~vY ~I~ m~ 1 1 19 N. Wochingt-on-Avg I Rwanda, whose Catholic corn-/than Maine with a population of been name~ rrem]er o~. ,[ne [IS" a gradual process. You will have to answer the same questions [ton, s. iormer secretary, and now!1 i I !~~~ TR 9-.~v,~v uarovla. IIh~ sl munity is o n e of the fastest 4 800 000 about equally divided s mte4orn ~epu.mlC of t n e /over and over again, regulating your instructions each time ac-Ihis hterary executrix: the Rev. II growing in the world some 4 000 between its t w o constituent uongo Lumum~sts as well /cording to what the child is prepared to understand. [Kev,n Scanne11 Chesterton. lec-/I. ' . :. i as anu-,umumms[s oacKen i THIS IMPLIES THAT YOU have "even some thou~ht to what/rarer and me r~ev viicnael O'-tl avRrytning rot the NtU/fJKI~I | rsons are seeking pro~ec~lorl areas. . t~ ~ ' ' . y Adoula at the 15 day session Dwyer of Westmmster Cathed Dml SHerwood 1 2577 ou Catholic missions l Although the first Euro~-,~ans o " [your daughter needs to know at different stages in her develop-/ -[I " tunDa PXIPP Dept. I FThe September elections hereldid not reach here until the"late ~timPa;h~:3;.nteaWoh~hprelemC~:d /ment. Many parents probably mtend to give their children ade-/rel" I: ~" h.L, ,: .-- -. S,a, I 1 a,quate mstructzons m such matters but they keep putting ~t off Vuattty Mercnanatse a n d in neighboring Burundi, [ 800s and mission efforts did not o ~,ho.~. ,l'.'~v :.;. [ ' " " " h J s ~- month after month and year after year because they have never at oenssote rr~ces whmh together comprise a Umt- begin until this century, Catho- "~"litics th~o,-=- ,i.= : / UVlarlan Iheatre II I I P ,k, I ed Nations trust territory under lics now number about two mil- movement"an~]S%~"~ t~';'.~" [takdn the time to formulate a definite program of action. Many/ " II l~I rlenw or rK"C rarxmI I Bel-ian administration w i 1 l/lion and an additional 4=`` "" "~ ' = ".'"~" [parents secretly hope their children won't ask questions or will| Marian ~neatre will present|l ,A a. ~ ~== BATAVIA I 1 ~ i' I"^o:'l^ ~r o . mg memt~er 0~ Lumumoa s [get their information from others, Some act as if they were rais-[another Robert Louis Stevensonll t, UAL ana UIL I In~'re~ent-mon~-~o,t~a,rts~of]~ri;~to~l~a;t~sm,~ ~n~vU=;::: Uongolese l~ all Oil al Nlove- ~inga batch of morons who would blissfully pass through child-[classic, "The Black Arrow," ]l p,menc. ue later DroKe away " Au 20 John Ha r z, RlmDall 3treel the territor" the onl-, countr-'Jare so numerous ba-'ism hood and adolescence w~thout ever wondermg what sex was all| g. wa d and Bet-II |IIID/ hA ~-- ~ Yl -- p~ s m- ann was m~ertor minister un- -- It, L,nn will co star in the "~r- II Elgin, Illinoig ~U~~ - - - in Africa b 'J- "'al--n " '- 'tal well over 1 00~ . aDOU~ A lew make serious enorts to give adequate Instructions I : : - u a-i~ w esloes ~ oo [o nave I,u a monm-- oer i n e provisional govern- ; -~ .- ;'lma to be heard ~v^r "~- *~- "- ~ " a Catholic majority--have been/that there is a priest shortage ment of Joseph [leo until his ::e:n: w~::r;~;t~:/r~Pa;kgdT,~,~t,~SnPc:~ct~:X~l~rmS't;n~Uvg2~al network . ,urn-i-. ----~ self-governin~, leven though native vocations recent election. PremierAdou- i "" n / "Th "~'" !l BROADWAY BOD~ SHOP - . . pe~s until pets s~art navmg CnllQre." e J~IaCK .'~rrow" lSa tale Protest Unity tare plentiful, lab~i::P~t:Tdh~r:;S~:cttth: WHY DO MANY PARENTS FIND it SO difficult to meet the[Of intrigue and war in EnglandllMODERN DAIRY J R. KINGSLEY Com late Palntin It is not certain yet whether I Con~o dem=na= f,- *~,- t~, needs of their children in this regard? Well most of them receivejdurmg the War of the Roses At I C~MPAklY ,~,t" -- ~ . . g. . :::::=~:::::::::,::::::,:::,:::::::::::::::::,::::.:.:.:::,: o o """ "" -" ""7 - . . ', --. naay ~ tenser Ka ainn Rwandaand Burundz will be 1 i:~:~:i:~::~a~ ~:~:~:~:~: lly, society and individuals, httle help irom thmr .own parents, so they have no precedents to [this tim e,the Houseof York, tlF;n- I~.| ~ D J,o 11o N. Broodwey P Au~,e come moependen~ separately or arm me house oz ~ancaster ,=,-,- v.u~ [ Soy You Saw It i" He announced that he wouldgulae mem. having been trained never to think about anything/ II ,r ~w=-,sg, as one natron, m ~yiarcn, me u~ - "" begin an ambitious program related to sex many adults cannot take an objective view of it! ug, !o control the throne oftl Dial SH 1-2S36 ELGIN t~eneral Assembly passed a se-I THE OBSERVER nt n.hll Ize o.a 1 ~ even in their own live~ and enn~nuontlv Rnrt it ,r.nglano. J nrough murder vio-II ' =~~-------- . --- z" -- ,~v~=~o Muu wuulu v, l v -a ~,, cu . ~ i IIIii I rms of resolutions concernmg to attra"" i = ignore it in their ~rowin~ childre At the sam,~ tim,~ ~. ]ence and theft S;r Daniel s I Congo mature sexuality involves highly personal, intimate, emotion- ,~: ~ as- ter had amassed great strength loaded experiences, many parents tend to forget that it does not and fortune The men of York have szmilar meaning or significance for their children ; ' COAL & GRAVEL CO. . . under b~r ~.Ins UUCKWOrth were WHAT SHOULD YOU TELL your daughter? Until she lS nme ', SAND--GRAVEL~IILDG. iorceQ to nee meir sand ana MATERIAL or ten, most of her quesnons Wlll oe reia~ea to me mnowzng their homes Sir Daniel had been points. What are the physical differences between boys and girls -uardian for ears for n Rt. 25 North Aurora and why? What is pregnancy--where does the baby come from? ~ Y . you,g 364 D~visioe~Elgin . " . . lcnarcl ~nelton since nicnara s How does it get there? it born: ~nese are quesczons, oz father, Sir Harry Shelton, h-~uu ~Dial SHerwood 1-1400 I SLOUF BROTHERS fact that a child's normally mquisitive mad zs bound to razse, been murdered. Faithful to his Your daughter has a right to honest answers but hke all the uardian f r ~ I RuG and FURNITURE ' g o many years, mcn- ~,Ie st I, ~. Ill CLEANERS questions she asks, the compmteness oz me answers you give ard eventually disco'~ered that /nlel s urug ~Iore Ill "~=cked down carpets will depend upon what she is prepared to receive. That's why she Sir Daniel h~A rm,rA= =A k;o -- cleaned on floor" will askthesamequestionsagainandagain, while you mustfather Joinin;~'Si'r'~;;." ',':"CLIFFORD rHIELFhurmoc,st III 1207NRwYarkStrBat ngn~- patiently repeat your explanations, adding more adequate de- in~ band Richard sought n.t .~i~ Expert Prescription Service |j~ Ph Aurarn TW 2-IS11 tails as her ability to understand them increases, iDaniel 161 Dundee Dial SH 2-0482 II- IF SHE FEELS FREE TO COME to you with all her questions " ELGIN |i becaUSewill you are always willing to discuss them with her, you Fort- Hour generally know why she is asking a given question and .IV ~ ~ :. REEPORT . . . | what kind of answer she is ready to receive. Sometimes it will St Patrick parish Hartland--" ~ Iv ~S proVehavinghelpfUlreviewedtO aSkwhathersheWhathasShealreadythinks thebeenanSwertold, youmaYcanbe' thenand Thirteenthcost Sunday 'after Pente- WILLIAM J. YOUNG II ]* *-~-: : : * offer more information as needed. Some mothers feel they don't St" James "arish Lee Thir REAL ESTATE---INSURANCE |t],M ~ II P a M r I: know the answers or how to explain the pertinent facts to voun~ . " . P ' - -- " 73 VILLA ST. ELGIN I/ I "" ~ [eentn bunaay after Pentecost. children. This is foolish. Children aren't interested in a course Phones: Office SH 2-1124 II I* " " ' in anatomy or obstetrics. You don't have to use technical terms. Following the matter-of-fact, simple method you use when they WlDItAI.H SHOE STORE ~ SH 1-1613 ![ [ Freeport, Ill. ask you about eating, cooking, household gadgets, and so on. In "Shoes for the Entire Family" I other words, you give them the best explanation you can in For For '1'1 1 HARRINGTON li terms of their experience and your knowledge. - JAR~t~I~N EW~N MOREOVER, LUCY, BY THE TIME your daughter reaches WOLVERINE JETTICKS H A Y W A R D Ill McKINSTRA I the age of ten, she should have received some explanation of S111 S S,o '"~'o'" SOUTH RGIN PHARMACY Ill COAU--FUEL OIL I menstruation and of the bodily changes to be expected during - D|al ADams 2 0517 puberty. You can give her this information gradually, relating it ;" OPSN, M. L ,o III " I Ev oA, ill Freeport, Illinola I to her questions, her physical growth, her thinking about the In CRYSTAL LAKE Route 31 Ph. SH 1-66SS SO. |lgin Iii ~, future, and your instructions on modesty. The main point is that ,~ she look forward toward puberty and all that it implies as a ~ ~'~]i I i asn rmal'a potentialdesirablemother.Stage in her development as a woman, that is, ~q~I2~RIW~W'm Fil;RtlII 'I'rBIIM/ - * * lill H USe U R T Sil IN GENERAL, REMEMBER that before puberty, children ~.~ CLEANERS regard sexual matters as objective, impersonal facts unless their ~I~ ---.~r .~,~,~ . III "Your Clothinx Problems I curiosity is aroused by the emotional reactions provoked by their ~ --m*, . Ill Are Our Businen" i questions. Simple, honest answers relating sex to the divine plan . ~cl=~ ua,ry, Inc. 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August 20, 1920---The Rev. Francis B. Swanson, assistant pastor Saturday, August 19 10:00 The Big Movie "Timber]oak" A-I Sunday, AuguSt 20 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH 10:30 Feeture Theater "Red Pony" A-I Catholic education at every level has served the nation well. I am confident that the dedi- c a t e d men and women who have served so selflessly in the past will continue to serve their nation and their Church. --President John F. Kennedy Patronize Our Member F.D.I.C. A Full Service Bank Sarving einee 1906 McHENRY, ILL. PURE PORK at St. Mary parish, Freeport, is buried in Me. Olivet Cemetery, Aurora August 24, 1944--The Rev. Peter J. Weber, former pastor of St. Nicholas parish, Aurora, is buried in St. Boni- face Cemetery, Chicago August 26, 1929---The Rev. Anthony Marchesano, pastor of St. Anthony Church, Rockford, is buried in St. Mary, cemetery, Rockford. 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