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FRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 Attend Catholic taassH eu {lVel lSlnN ' Edited by the Jesuit Clerics of first month of fifth grade, which . . ~~!:+~iii!==ii~~=i:i~!~!i!ii=iii!i::iiiii==I;===II "~kY o.0 . ~~~~ ~]est Ba n Cg showed him just five months be- Action lVleetlnff I~li~~::+:~ii~+>: ;,~>~ I~ VlIIalP ' 1 !.:>~:=~:: :' ~ +.::: ,:. ':: ::*=i:~:~:::':::~:~:: ? FUNERAl[, DILI~G'TORS MONtrlI~NT8 -- VAleT8 -m~r II 1 l'l w the level he shou d have I] R F"R" "i " en --1 I Mlcllael e u~.+x u ~ ~ xte *v;u - :::::+:::::= "::::::" :::::: " It ~l ,:;~i:::': ~:? '::::;i;? W LBUR CHRISTENS0 MARKERS -- MONUMENTS heen at M kes teacher h ad doon students are attendin the ,::: FUN.A, .OM. RO.R, ,R SO. Th~ ~ocial workers are backiSmC mat ~vzme I Kes naseoa; 1 ~- - I~-~1 la-Ilat~l~ I "~ " + ~.:: .:::::::.::::::::::.:::::: J i.W Ul,4bWlMb V Ja I~ FRED C OLSON ~.-,'-', -::~+. ~ ~-/ - ~,~ ,~n the f=rm This ~ood thin~[gawes damnmg with falnt/olic Action at the Conrad Hll- a ;'l ~?: I I=I,NERa/ H~MIt: [~#'~'g/'~'z:'x+::~~:2~':'dg~y<'~[g<}:'+~ ~ 0" " " :?~ O en Rate,--I-- I +" m"+ to its earl*, but olor lpraise' that s h e "would like[ton hotel in Chicago this week. I 1001-03 Second Ave. WO, 3-~21Jc~,~t ~.~ woro.--s,L4~.$er n.cll. ,oo c : ~ "' ' ' ' GENEWA Th^ Cervant- oJ " ,~ consecutive we~ ,qt~ ~ t~,++~|him to develop a more respon-I The (*iris accom,~anied bx~ I v -- ~ o ~ CATHOLIC SAI.VAG| I $1.96 weekly fat a tote: of $25.411. have come out'oi a "wm(d~e~u~l~,tsible attitude toward the group' Sister ganne Mari~, sodalit; IHdy Heart of Mary held their!uns~c~iuns~`h~%ur~%~r~s~i~h~t~aL~m~a~*~ba~c~1%~%~?c~v~9~ nrnfitahlo tirin, = n d at tho/-- he's a troublemaker that}moderator and Sister Rosalia linvestiture and vrofession core-Jr re store we have a new deHrtment[it bSyl tO advartisel T"~ ", '+ ~F"when he work~ he d"^s ~'estI : : ' I . -- . dedicated to Re gaul arhces Prices .to/.~~~~ same time strangely relax~ng/ a, u,c u /ivlarle lelt here ~unday and %"::p"::::""-"~::<:. ~" ::::::::: I monies ~ug 22 at St P e t e r'fif your immediate budget Come in and / experience with all their iacul-/ln language a r t s and somal will return Saturday of this lchurch The Most Rev Loras ~ ~.S~nar~uund;al,0~aW=~tcS~;~v&' ~ c~Jl,0 ACREsFOoR2AL~sFTAIRLMABLE. Com. ti<,c int=Pt (mr lmqt Pnnn ~ t ." isclences iVllKe seldom works [week :?:. :":i#~::. Coted at 201 North Lake St lete ors no1 propert in good condi- ~'a+~ : ~'~.~:=~-+ :,==*+*t/' the~rj ' IT. Lane, Bishop of Rockford,1 /P on. ~'~th01iC cornmunYty. Norbert Bau- spirits unrumeo, ~nmr minos[ ,ume wor~e~ m our seat*e-I (.:lasses are conauc~eo ny me :"":":::~':~:~<~,~;/ I Imann, rte 3, Edger Wsconsn 10 m os merit house readin-+ cias- ne ' ipreslaea and cmeorama a ron-IPl f+l&l Iwesf of Mostnee on 153 1 mile north oUZzlng wltn rememorance oij -. g ~. J Jesuit J: amers iormore man t |~ JCounty Trunk S. ' lng~ouowlngtO the lvlonQayy Ung Jesuit.his aaaoyl]twenty four" oun live others owe a six.ifl [in the first of the I exhibit]otis,[ /|l II,]jljl ~ ~ ~ ~.~,n read h~ wa hr u h a roxl ATTEND FREEDOM OF EDUCATION CONGRESS Cathohe tffical Mass and delivered the J-~,~il~ eight weeks in the Big Town. / s y t o g pp -13 000 teen-agers from most of -- i / I~ SO WHAT'S TO REPORT !mately five grade-levels of the the States and Canada. The priests, religious and-laymen representing nations from all [sermon. /i IlIDE.~ALF.OR~VL~.D'[~C .AG~E~D"OR. IELnE.R" The reading classes are things "reading laboratory" we men- Rev. James A.Condon, S.J of parts of the world participated recently in the Fifth Congress [ Four young women were in-~] ~ ----I~1 II !~dr~:maU:t;eu~s~::e~::~h?~Le;C~t;e~Wh~ of the "~ast There were two oeli] ned earlier in this series He]Saint Louis is director of the of the International Union for Freedom of Education held in Jvested with the holy habit ofl| ~J~,e~gl~~ II . P~!.9 . L . - ~o,~ c~o ~ t r~din~ s~r:lread parts of Treasure Isiand/summer school ' Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Among the Catholic representatives |religion: Carol Mailloux Or-| II 'ors i~t.all ~O 59~(0 . ~ ;. ~ ~.~ ~f ~]when he had reached his eak of the sessions is "M were D J an Nzoutsl from the African republic of Gabon land Park Janice Lyons Chi- P .Theme Y " ' : t IIROCHELLE roughly the same number Fev- J three other books that w e r e and Man." The Most Rev. Cle ".:.:.:.:'.~:~.:-:-:'a+~.:.:,~+:.: :+:~." + - ~ ~+~ .~ .++ + :.~. / and Mary Mitsdau~ter, vina I| Y g || ~ . . . ~:::~z.'-6#r4:: ::: z:~: :i;~:i,<;~:~,:*~i:~? ~: ::::i*~: ~:~:::i:; i:~:i;~:~i:~:ia~Z:i:; ~ig~'~.;! ~:;::*~;+~i~f;i:~ >::x~ai~/~" . erishlv improved excuses f o r more his speed. He attacked tus F O'Donnell, Auxflmry ]Grove. The newly invested no-I D,ol SHerwood 1-2577ill I the poorer showing have beenlKidnapped and Wells's InvisiblelBishop' of Chicago, gave the ST. VINCENT SS JOTTINGS ]vices are beginning their twoJ |1 Hayes Drug Store I Man welcome address ~!. a< a ~:; ~ + a~. .~ year novitiate at Batavia. /11 ~ PhormoclatS" I registered hy the teachers the ' ' on , 12-improvers class, understand-I HE WENT ON OUR TRIPSI Muldoon students w h o are FREEPORT--With the vouth-ldrinks other refreshm,m*~ ~nA1 Rex Mother Paul Marie, pro-,I FIC IN I]1 A, All Timid | ' ' ' " ho i iu,~u lng pats on the head bestowed w~th us, this boy who had once attending the summer sc o ful animated voices of ourlrides and more ride* lvlncIal supermr, received the n Ill Sodus--Lunchoong n ~y those who led the 16-out-of run away from home on his bi- are Frances Shomler, prefect, boys and girls singingHag hi ' ~" |vows of nine Sisters, four ofil CtlAI nna hll Ill Religious Arficlo, I rated 12 imp ove s out of somel' I 7 -. Sessed other's glor'ous As- g' s ec eat'ooom. J ' "ll CARNEY & ! ' K ar " ' " ' " n ~ ~erre ,vlary ~nn hie ey, lyl y . . ~rove, ~ister Angola lvlarie 25 attending students. And let s Mike took some ha dhn~ On - ' r sumptlon was rendered beauti-[ ~ ] ]l Ill /^uemumeum I .--+- r- ~ ^ a~ " "~" +~'^ -'~-Ia boa+ ride he had t" b" ~'un i~.arson irene LOgll, lVlaU een~ o ~ ~ r~ ^a ;+~. '"v" I iuansart tmlcago" ~ls~er J~'a~rlcK[| ,~rr~E. "~Trr.-, Ill 1"~'/1~41 1~11;~1~1;1~I ue+;m ~a**u =,u; wm, e ~'~'i ~," = w -I ' ~ u.~, ~ = ~.=,~ =. w .u =-, ~mong our many visitors,- . 'T~,' +.~ ~. iB llK/IWi i I-Ill dilL/14 ill S lviaioney Mary lVllSevIcn ~yn ] Josepn 19elaney, ~nlcago, ~ls,*,*. ~-~. ~v,~.~ of that bunch one Michael Hal-lished for standing up when itJ ;' '.Jly white flowers, our Lady's al-,Sunday afternoonwe were! " 'lJ - JJl The Style Store Jot Men I ' ,~ mIa t'age marlene ~usn, and ter Anne francis t~an~e urn- GENERAL CONTRACTOR ey, who lives over a store on was sittm~,-down time. He took . . ' tar presented a pleasing tmbute hanov to see two Si ter wh ' II Itl and B~vs I a very busy city street with his it beautifully -- it was admin- L, mda Lanocco. to Mary. Generous donations formerly were at St SvinScent', ca, go; ~m~er l%lt a .lvlarle:vlc- I "Since 1930" Ill Rochollo III Sine- |9a' I i r ' " " i h" ~ ~ " " J~lllgOt1: ~nlcago; roster uiary --~ - -- father stepmother, brother s;s- steed hrmly, but he knew that . . Iof beautiful gladiol w ~te pink ister Angelita and Sister Maiyl . ' II Di,l S~ 2 1134 717 Lm+, A, Ill I ter, and very old grandmother:lthe punisher did it ~or Mike'sl~vca//zO/'e ~rl land red by Dr. and Mrs. F. X. ude. Other visitors inciudedlE ?s% a a ,e' " ELmN "11 " ' o n ~ j } ~Ister ~.or viarlae ~leiier ~lln Michael Haley is Irish f r o m l ~ good. How did he know I I Graff, made it possible to dec-*Stella Hardesty James Barth ' 1IID/ g'lgl gtDh ' " . ' 'lton ~ister ;viary uolorka r~o- I~k~l~rl~/RII/ a Texas he lost his mother (she]Don't ask us. We loved Mmhael[ /'~,r~.~ /-~,r.~.]# O~ [orate the main altar and St. IDiane and Linda Machen all ? ]- ~1 ,JL~L~II/~O ll ~t~ s, I ' waIewsK1 t nlcago' an ~lster died) when he was four years when we did it, that much we re [Joseph s altar of our chapel wRh former children of St. Vincent's ,~ or "" r -'iS on Cham ]l I[, . old, hasa big, tough-but-gentle sure of. He knew we were on ~ " ~" ~l* lartistic beauty. .-o%~; y . s,-/I MODERN DAIRv Ill . I train-brakeman father who loves[his side. tL~L,~${31 ~ O/ l~'l~Ul-tT~ J J Due to the ki-i~ness of friendsIp g " II " III mmsaen street i . . ~ . . The congregation, founded in COMPANY INC, him very much, and has never MICHAEL HALEY Is life, CHICAGO---=Judlth Ann Herr-I Our Drum and Bugle corps and the generosity of the Mll-IFrance in 1860 bv the R ev ti + ill MEAT MARKET I walked away from a fight in lspirit' likes and dislikes, boj;-imann daughter of Mr. a n d/is really enjoying a long series~waukee Braves baseball club, l~ r~^~-"l-''~ r' S S" de"t| Free [}Olry rroau lllil| KENNETH J. K~N~, Proprietor i ,o n 1if 1" ' . ~.~,~u,~ ,~,a~ =~=, ,~ ~ - hls 11 }ear ld you g e ;sh ea erness and earnestne s Wholo,ele end Rote|l Meera " - g s,Mrs. Ernest Herrmann of st.]of parade dates Cans and more our older boys (ages 9 to 16) ,~ ,~ ~,~,~ff ,~, ,~ h~ II, Ill I B U T MIKE tIALEY CAME keen boyish perception, a bit of Mary parish in Sycamore, was/calls keep coming our way. As attended t h e Braves-Pirates (~"~ ~::i',~" ":nA"-'A~rn'~t~ i II|1S52 B21~dell Swth s ~,~ockford i to US an almost-beaten young orneriness (not much); and he one of 28 young women receiv-lsmall as many of our C o r p s~game last Wednesday. As usual ~,'ork ' ~.li | man. Your FTO editor sat inllives over a store in the 5th ing the habit of the Sisters of]members are, they are surely the bus ride and picnic lunchesl" " i II~ Mike's front room when he and]densest population area in theIMercy at ceremonies in Queen]parade-minded. Hardly is the]were festive and enjoyable butl~ II -~ A,= . Ill I his one-year-older brother came biggest city in the Midwest. But of Martyrs church here Wed-Ilast step taken and the "Halt" the game itself with its many P f,t et nt ('ite II ,lllll]i l [tli l]l t~,M~'b Iq. VAIUK ' home from the last day of Mike is loved at home. Andlnesday afternoon, August 16. ]signal given, when our eagerlexciting plays fired the enthus-"- II Ill Sales & ServicG i school this year. Timmy, the}Mike was loved, was pretty well} Miss Hermann, to be knownJmusicians are ready with the~iasm of each boy and set hisJ'V~~ P~c,~v~ II i-,-. Jill William Lamps I older, one, yelled, "Dad I got instructed, at a settlement house as Sister Ernest Mary, will re-. question, "When~ is our next t imagination, working--"Could. I JL~ VV ~-L~.r~s~sss~ 364 INv,sm~---Elgln" " '~ II all Es but one. E is for ex-this summer. He took the testlceive her tralmng at St. Xavlerlperformance. or Cant we be a hitter like Mathews or ~N~.~I~LAER Ind--(NC~--li ~lli 31 . . ord I cellent, which you may know on the last regular class day, college h e r e. She graduatedthave more than one a day? We Aaron or a pitcher like Spahn?"lA'v'~un'~Prote~"~ant ex~res~ed~! 1]| Oiol ~U ~-Ub:~b i already. and his reading grade level hit with honors from the Sycamore like it, it's fun." The u s u a l!The boys saw baseball history enthuslas .' m rfn the work~of the~~l "! Dad said, Well, that s free, the bell at the 8th month of 6th communit7 high school in 1960.}answer is forthcoming. Well, it in the making as the game s Youn~ Christian Workers after]l 'IrI-:AIIB h m ~.~ II going " and in a lower voice ]grade Relatives and friends attend-ldepends on parade managers.]m o s t respected left-handed[m work ~t~r~d in (~:holir, /i ]1 1Ell~E IkF|U~ ~PiUE~ |1 ~IlPll I i~lJ~lB~lleg z-- " before Mike got into the room Mike had shot his grade levelled the ceremony and reception.lit they mwte us we'll accept 'tp;tcher, Warren Spahn. won his/mr~v ~nd ~n~i~l do.trine ~t ~h~li CUFFORD ~HI~L Pho,moci~ II IIl~lgl Ibllllli/l~l~ ' - ' 301 b "but not so loud now, you'll u a ear and seven months in Although July 4th offered six st aseball wctory They will P Y t I I " /YCW national study week. II Exl~rt ProacHpfion So,rico II CARPETS I BEDDING make Mike feel bad." [six weeks' time Your FTO man[ 1~y.1~;~ ~/' ~rl~rl~Irl ]commitments we were able totrememoer mr years to come[ Geor~,e Carlson a member of[[ .u ,~.oq II FURNITURE MIKE CAME I~q a bit slower lisn't bra~in~ He ~ave Mike a] L~lJ~a~'' vv ~u~,~ ]enter only four because of the the excitement of watching!++ r'~ ~ VPx~ .~^+.~A ; ~ I .u, wunae~.~ ~n ~-vq~ II q ,--, , His card showed nassin~ ~rades Jfraction of the nersonal atten [t~ .1 ~ 1 ' Itlme space between them. There t these great stars In actmn andt [I E ~ I[ ~" ' ~ " w " open letter at me en~ oi ~ n e |, s .v~.~rv.u. ,'-L,r~V,~ but no better Mike's older sis-ltion he gave some others whosell allllre Ull(lay fare more engagements ahead.I e wlsh to thank again those . sI ' " - -- ll Pe rl wh made it n " w~e~ .~a~ ue w~ p~uuau~ = August 19th had two ca s a o a possible ter had set records all over thelgrade level went down in the/ m, + ,~f the trouble theI t " Ionl, non Catholic Young Chris-II ' i|. . ~i~: wSSht~I a aYear earl!er. ]six weeks between tests. I ch;ef= culprit, lacking maturity, I C~YmandhW;r(~:y:tngs~:r:n~l Our condolen--~es go to the Itian Worker to attend the !1 Wait.R0ss.Allans0n Ill Everythin~ ]or the O~ic, I s nec Jose m a dieyl. MIKE AND ELEVEN othersland other topics pertaining tO|joy' it is the treats afterwardslPitterle family on the death oflmeeting" ',1FUmRAL SERV,CE CO. Ill M cFarland.Offlce I sm express lvnze neeoea a m~limproved their reamng marKs.}the failure of marriages a~e all]which count too The Warren ~ Adolph Pitterle. M a r y, hisJ 'T h e spirit, determination !l III qulpmen ~,O. I o~ mscree~ zamer;y consonng --IMike and twenty-four othersldiscussed in the Sacred HeartJ~^~ +~;.~'~ ~.~IA ~o~ ~o,~A~+,4=,~,h,~ h~ h,~,~n ~h~ ,-]~,r~A!and strength which your Faith]l 51-59 Center ~itreot III PlI~MITIt~I: I andhe got it. "Father here ~slindividually got enough out oft Program's new series "WhY]w~e o~en"for "s'uch "attact]onstsecre;a~ry in-St-Vincent's'officeland YCW generate in you asll ELGIN ALGON^UIN Ill F LIbJG"EQ(JTPMENT J going to teacn you some reac~-[the six weeks' time to makeIMarriages Fail," to be telecastt the arena with fine horses, lfor many years. |lay people is God's plan for all " Ill227S 'Church.-D~aL-W;Ol'0427 i IriS, MIKe, O v e r a~ J~mersonIFTO man feel that it~ was all lstarting Aug 27 over WREX-TV ~;1+; m, +~o+~ ~t,;ll,~A ~+cl~ - better. Christian world," he told" - ' ';, ll I House," said Mike's dad, point-]worth it and more. Mike andlat 10 15 a.m. JA*'-'~'~:: --'M,~:::'v,-]:"~avalcadel ' Our svmnathv and nraverslhis fellow members II |1~ ' Ill i program and of course, the are extended tO the family of, lie had special praise for the. WILLIAM J. YOUNG Mike seemed to like the idea weeks ex rlence th u n r i, ROCKFORD PRINTING " " [ . pe " . at is -Iseries, the Rev. Eugene P. Mu -IGo-carts which especially fas-iWllliam Fortune who died earlyl' spirit of self.giving to others' II REAL ESTATE INSURANCE ~nd ne came, or course, on,heIquest!onably unique in theirJphy, S. J national director Oilcinated our boys. There w e r eIWednesday morning. May he]which he said he had f o u n d]l -- Ill & I :. ' IY g " s to a settlement}the,Sacred Heart Hour, discuss-lkind people who offered c ol d rest in peace! among the YCW members. II ' Ill - . SUPPLY CO. I orougnt elm, as al.~ some omer]house~ its imaginative and far-]es 'The Root of,the Trouble."] II enones: uttieo ",~ z-i iz+ E! I ,2arents bring thmrs on thatlseeifig administrators, and aIFather Murphy says that thou-I 4""1 1 nrl "1IT il Res.: SH 1-1613 Ill 214E. StatoSt. J lirstday. And we gave Mike the J reading-class staff that was/sands of young people today dol II 111K~id~ td'l~ II~ttJ~]P I W I~/l~rkS[Tl~2 II Ill Rockfo,d J II~adln.g books, a few directions, Jlucky to be there And lucky}not rea!ize the meaning of thel q J~ ~Lillq.J.K.j ,~b~J U~.J ~bL,~./JL J. V j. 1qj y i~ I, ,[I and his head. Away he went. isn't the word. |words 'till death do us part." I I WBB" Channel 2 Chica-o i10:1s The Late Show "Sul,+van's Travals"110:oo Fanfare "Mr Smth Ooes to W.h/I H A Y W A R D IleTcm lue u~ ~na~ ~e,aox uaz neI See you next week. ' ITl]ey oo not accept me perm-I m, ' " I a I Indian A-11 il II~/I::JI~LIII~, "scored his reading level at theI. . .- . la.n.e ncY2f t, he marria, g e bo,~d'l ,:30 The ~:~;d~:'+~"~+,r in tha 112"20.The ~u~?.~Y;w~u'~/~'~rother Taiks111.00 Sunda~U~,~A,P~:~tlo~ Thay Wara/J SOUTH ELGIN-PHARMACY II. i,"What ~oct natn 3oineo togemer Va ey" A.I . ro Horses" A-! Marr ed" A-1 - - + " * I I1 Cathohc Editor I1.+ n~ me- ,rot asunder " I10:lS The Besto+ CS.S "M.arg!a" A-i 1~0.27 ~e Late Show "Keeper of the I 1:30 Fanfare "Mr Sm th Goes To W,h-Jl SPIN I A.M. tILL 10 P.M. III . I ~ v,~, " .~unoay, AUgUSt ZI flame" ~ ington" A-11 EVERY DAY : ' t " Other s eakers in the series 3:3o Picture for a Sunday afternoon . Wednesday, Au ust 341 + I I1,o .I P I "Northweslaangers"A-I . 110:1, +he La Show "W' come S, tl R h ,+ lll SULLIVAN $ I I ms.-am / i/.+ # zu~s~tsss ~jru~at/lncluae +ne ~ev. wllnam +v~ ~./10:u The Late Show "Death of + SaleS-I A-1 TW.r }10:25 The Lateg Show "Buck Privates II " " H u ' ' w.-- I " ' man" A*II .v ~u~.r, .- ~ *, Come " ii i - 1~ ~ ,m==v ~Vl~ ~wl I I/ The Rev "in . IDrlscon, S. J director, Jesult/l~:lS The Late, Late Show "French }12:20 The Early Show "l.o,f in A Hsr+m"l Home A-1 J "Jl :.- " " I I IIi !1 I/ g v cent r~earny,/Seminary Guild and Jesuit Mis-[ Wth utTa'ars"-~,;~! [10: i lTh, Late Show "Mrs Park}nmon"[103, The ,r-~ZJ, A'ue-~.2-Ll~ I-,~,-~,m /I . +-,-,s,: I eoitor OI " ne ~amolic Ivlind "/ Mon l, ,~vy . : " ' ,-.- ~, . . . ' slon Bureau, Baltimore; the[ 4'~0 The Early $~OW "Yellow Jack" AJJ A-11 I Thur-'a- Au-osf ~t Ilkll~lklkVllM/ /I O"icialB':" -o" t St r" I I E IJAlac,~a~,~ ,r~ ~o+~.~ ;. A~ Rev'J hnR'Magulre, St'M n-I " Laca"A-UJ 112:20 The Early Show "Tha Heavenly I 1.1 I /I " " I I I" New York City is gues~ on 10:1s The Late Show "Arsenic and Od|Friday, September 1 110.35 Th+ !.t,~ho~ "Ll~t*m*~ Ore,d,' IIItI'lkl vii/ /I 1~ ~'-' ~'~ '* + ~ I I I~b~P~ ||:.~'-":, " ' .'~ "/]ca Church, St. Louis; the Rev.I Tuesday, August ~r . |10.'Bl~d~'hA"11't" --w -1"to ni All I "" ] FriJOl'" Sa,|embar 1,|l : I o2: the pro-/W/o a tioK'dSC:c rn o r'ts te'h w New York CIv~ /I EDWARDS II I (1 |/+ram will be host-eommentator[+.oa t.too +t.t Fro-/12 ST,'.',t, Lo,e Show "Moon Overl;0:ISSACR,O HEaRT'OUR I +.+= +, tl " + --- I /~ -- I|Ronald Beck's interview with|": ~,' ~ "'"~.:' ~'~ 1"" ~"'i ' Burrn~" L-I, /10:,S Tha Big Movie "Carnival in Costsl il ROO~lng Compony il ' " -- ClS L. l~llaS, ~, a chairman, Wedna~lay, August $~ R ca" BFrida Si tomb r 1 Sundo,Au ust 27 S rr t I R I/Miss Catherine Schaefer of thei o,eoio+v t+o+o, al ,:30Th, Early Show "Tobacco mo+ d" E/ y, o . 11,:30FRO.T,ERtOFmA /I App,ovodRooforc II """ 10 1,$ The Late Show Lady in the oork I0 4+ [ne m Mowe mr uenning or,ves Bu,lt u Roofl I ~ -- I/Office of the Catholic Observer/-~.- "'::~ " ~-. - - "-,: B North"Al~ " " ' I /I " - ~ II university t~nIcago; ana me " FR[ T ' J ~ J J]at the UN [ . .' /12"1SThe Late Late Show "Dr Bread- I U~WI~V Ph I ~ n^~kt.~,~ I WTVO, Channel 39, Rockford Jl EPOR ADoms].1612 II- ]m.~.#--4[ J;A~iM i i] * i Hl~,~7 1,11Pl11(: j~ /erv~ln[es ~ eJ i . ,~ I ~e~) vu u,~. -~us ~.v~,~.v ~ I /I Ill " I ,- I},HARVARD s+Jolog;, St.'Lou,sI ,:3o::: Bll0#. T,e a I, ' ' ;I ,mLo+ S S*o g . university 10:1,$ The Late Show "Macbeth" A-II A-I unoay, ,AU ust 27 ~~.~ ~'/,~(~ I Ill I/ " 112 1~ The Late Late Show "Murder 111:3s Palam. P,ayhou,e "S,a.d .ndll, +0 ON+,ERS O. T. il II i a{ " I" I I "II -- ' Wlth PIc(uras" A-I I Fight" A-1 i " "" O TOg OW If in I IXP'J!I I I III I/tT +. I Frl.dsy. Septamberl -, 1101, ,ACR; d au+uf.' aORA [ II VVnL I I II ++.Y +.'. s ,i| - I[USe OI llello'lOUS i ,:30 The F=&rly Show "uear Rum" A+ I : . . . - II " " ||1 -- -- I1~ /nm VD+IEIK .IEII~ 10:1,$ The Late Show "State of the Union" waoneaoly, ~u~us! 30 . ~,~ *:~ ~::~ . I I I M Ill c3gU U]l 3 I/ / A'II' /11:30 Academy Theatre 'Sunday Punch"ll M^ +. TV m.A Ill Brnm- 1Dn,ev I i ! 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