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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER I, 1961 Second in Series Televised Sunday In the second of the current Sacred Heart series on why marriages fail, seen Sunday, Sept. 3, on WREX-TV, the Rev. William M. J. Driscoll, S. J director of the Jesuit Seminary Guild and Jesuit Mission Bu- reau of Baltimore, suggests that it would be very satisfying if we could single out the chief culprit of the marriage-break- .down pattern in modern Amer- ica. However, the causes are seldom single. Father Driscoll says that in many marriages the chief culprit might be at- tributed to failures to vanity. The Sacred Heart Program, now in its sixth year of televi- sion, is produced under the auspices of the Apostleship of Prayer and St. Louis univer- sity. OP AL Dubuque la. 608 Main St. Clinton, la.---222 6th Ave. S. Rockford--105 North Main St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. H. CorenmOptometrist Rockford- Rockford Plaza Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H Paftoli---Optometrist Aurora--6 N. Broadway Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. Wm. Lindley---Optometrist Dixon---110 East First St. Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. B. Rubin---Optemetrist franz- Richards INSURANCE Freeport, Ill. Sterling--21 W. 3rd St. Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb, Dr. N. L. St. GErmoin--Optometrists Elgin---121 S. Grove Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr. H. Mall--Optometrist Industry Needs Day and Evening Production Management Motion-Time Study Production Control Wage and Salary Administration O in Electro-Mechanic Technician Drafting Architectural Drafting Tool Design Machine Design High School Education Required Call WO 4-9459 or call at the office for information EERI Division of Rockford School of Business 319 W. Jefferson Street Rockford, Illinois MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. A Fast.Moving And Fascinating New Game. VIDEO VILLAGE- WREX-TV {hannel 13 Hall & Eckert FEderal 8-0158 Woodstock, III. Personalized DRY CLEANING We Give Save at Our S&H Green Cash & Carry Stores Stamps Serving McHenry County Since 1947 Refrigerators & Freezers All Makes- All Models We Deliver Anywhere Kelvinator t General Electric Westinghouse Frigidaire I 124 Benton St. Woodstock, IlL Scout Center Dedication Set Sept. 10 ROCKFORD -- D e d i cation ceremonies a n d open house Sunday, Sept. 10, Will mark the opening of the new Boy Scout center for the Blackhawk area.] The new building, at 1800 7thI avenue, will be open from 3 toi 5 p.m. for the dedication ac-i cording to Reinhold G. Miller I Scout executive of the Black- hawk council. Except for minor details the new building is completed and in use. The new facility in- cludes a conference room, a lobby and service counter, of- fices for the Scout executive, the assistant executive, the dis- trict executives, the registrar, receptionist, the office mana- ger, secretarial space, work- room and storage area. A generous offer by Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Diehl became the basis for a program of expan- sion and development--not only in office facilities, but camping a r e a s as well. Committees were appointed, a campaign organization was set up and the new service center, a new camp at Watersmeet, Mich. THE OBSERVER PAGE g Editors Discuss Mater et Magistra Oassified Adverfishlg olic editors will discuss the re- FUNERAL DIRECTORS cent encyclical Mater et Magis- WILBUR CHRISTENSON tra by His Holiness Pope John FUNERAL HOME XXIII on, the CBS-TV network ~s 3rd Ave; ".~7312 program 'Lamp Unto My Feet" "~RED C. OLSON .WO. FL'NERAt HOME Sept. 3. ~001-03 Second Ave. WO. 3-652l The editors are the Rev. Ray- CATHOLIC SALVAGE Useo Clothing, Furniture, Dishes, Lamps mond T. Bosler, editor of the and all household articles. In the Rock. Criterion, Indianapolis archdio-ford store, we have a new department dedicated to Religious articles. Prices to cesan newspaper, and Donald J. fit your immediate budget Come in and browse around, 1019 West State st. Rock Thorman, managing editor of ford. n Aurora, Ca~ho c Sa vase is to FOR SALE FARM 180 ACRES--120 ACRES TILLABLE. Corn- plete personal property in good condi- tion. Catholic community, Norbert Bau- mann, rte. 3, Edgar Wisconsin. 10 miles west of Mosinee on 153 1 mile north on County Trunk S. TO SHARE HOUSE IDEAL FOR MIDDLE AGED OR ELDER- LY LADY. Share clean, modern, two bedroom house, near Catholic Church, shopping and bus. REASONABLE. Rock- ford, Illinois Call WO 5-~000. Ave Maria, weekly magazine cared el 201 North Lake St published at Notre Dame, Ind.MONUMENTS--VAULTS ;.~.:: :.::.:: :.:: :.:: '~,::.:t :.::.::.::.::.~ ,~,~.~: . . ~. ~. : .*.: The program has been designedMARKERS -- MONUMENTS ".* t HAPIM " '.' as a special for Labor Day to ROaERT rRIGG & SON :.: w ::: g. Fire, st 'wo FUNERAL SERVICE :':: interpret new social teachings. ~:~:~=:~:~::~:~:~:~:~:~ :.: : T h e Catholic portions of the Open Rate--lOt a wora:~.4~ per inch .~Durond Pecatonica~ : "Lamp Unto My Feet' program contracts, ,/~-mc~. ~;~ consecutive weeks I~': -' St 96 weeklv for iota! at $25.48. J*': rnone u/ Phone 0 are produced in cooperation with COntracts inch. 13 consecutive weeks l ~,~, *.* the National Council of Catholic r~.7t weeRIv tar a total of $,19.1 :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: It Days to advertise! BURIAL VAULTS Theater AURORA Automatic Scaling a Deluxe VAULTS "The Traitor" will be heard ,n Marian Theater, Sunday, Chas. A. Miller Co. Sept. 3, over the Mutual net- BROADWAY BODY SHOP B o Wis.---Durtnd, '". work. J.R. KINGSLEY , The story concerns a Cardinal Complete Painting accused of subversive activities Body & Fender Repairing a a $10 N. Broadway Aurora towards the State and his plan- TW 2-1881 ned escape. The government feared the prelate's strength with the people and its intent SLOUF BROTHERS was to remove him one way or another. RU~ ond FURNITURE and improvements at C a m Lowden are the results. The new Scout service center is the headquarters for the Council w h i c h serves a six county area, Boone, Lee, Mc- Henry, Ogle, Whiteside a n d Winnebago. There are currently register- ed 9,971 boy members. 5,321 ~of these are Cub Scoutd, 3,899 are Boy Scouts and 751 are Explor- ers. These boys hold member- ship in-357 Units -- 133 Cub Packs, 149 Boy Scout Troops and 55 Explorer Units. There are 3,930 adults serving in var- ious capacities in Scouting in the Council. a Soderstrom's Valley Paint Company 13 North Spring I 108 Larkin Elgin, Illinois The Rev. Patrick P e y t o n, FINAL PULL OF SUMMER--Winding up the summer camp [C.S.C is the producer of the fun with a final "twang" of the bow is seven-year-old Pam Iweekly Marian Theater, which Barszez of Cleveland, who aims high under the watchful eye of l is broadcast over the Mutual Sister Mary Lawrence, St. Nicholas school, Struthers, Ohio. l network. The program strives Little Pam is having one last pull before girls' camp at I to inspire the daily Family Ros- Father Kane camp grounds closes, lary Prayer. WBBM, Channel 2, Chicago Saturday, Sept. 2 4:30 The Early Show "DuBarry Was A Lady" B 10:15 The Best of CBS "Father la A Bachelor" A-11 Sunday, Sept. 3 10:15 TheLate Show "Bad For Each other" B 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Artists and Models" A-11 Monday, Sept. 4 ~:00 The Early Show "Calcutta" A-11 10:15 The Late Show "Father WasA Fullback" A-11 Tuesday, Sept. s 4:30 The Early Show ,/'Desire" A-11 10:15 The Late Show "Blaze of NOoo" A-1 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Hostages" A-If Wednesday, Sept. S 4:30 The Early Show "Journey for Margaret" A-11 10:.15 The Late Show "Ride a Violent Mile" A-11 12:30 The Late, Late Show "The Great Moment" A-1 Thursday, Sept. 7 4:30 The Early Show "Hail the Conquer- 101r~ Hero" A-11 The Late Show "'The Third Key" A-1 12:30 The Late, Late Show "Cherokee Strip" A-1 Friday, Sept. $ 4:30 The Early Show "King of Gamblers" A-11 10:15 The Late Show "Road to R}o" A-1 WISC, Channel 3, Madison Sunday, Sept. 3 11:00 Encore Theater "The Storm" A-11 10:35 Theater Three "Terror at Midnight" A-11 Wednesday, Sept. 10:30 Theater Three "Convey" A-11 Friday, Sept. 8 10:30 Theater Three "Whispering City" A-II i-1018 18 5o. Spring St. WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago Saturday, Sept. 2 10:15 Movie 5--Thrillerama--"Back From the Dead" B Sunday, Sept. 3 10:15 Movie 5 "Are You With It?" B WITI, Channel 6, Milwaukee Saturday, Sept. 2 11:00 The Late Show "National Velvet" A-I Sunday, Sept. 3 9:00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS 11:00 The Late Show "Let's Face It" B Monday, Sept. 4 9:00 The Early Show "The Cockeyed Miracle" A-11 Elgin, Illinois 10:15 The Late Show "Night Song" A-1 Tuesday, Sept. $ 9:00 TheEarly Show "My Own True Love" B 10:15 The Late Show "Rachel and the Stranger" A-11 Wednesday, Sept. 9:00 The Early Show "The Unseen" A-1 10:]51The~.~ Late Show "Random Harvest" Thursday, Sept. 7 9:00 The Early Show "Are Husbands Necessary?" A-11 10:15 The Late Show "The Emperor's Waltz" A'll=riday,~ Sept. S 9:00 The Early Show "The Lady's' From Kentucky" A-11 10~151The Late Show "The Sea of Grass" WOC, Channel 6, Davenport Saturday, Sept. 2 10:50 Premiere Performance "Magnificent Matador" B Sunday, Sept. 3 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH 11:15 Premiere Performance "Rio Grande" A'Ntonday,-- Sept. 4 12:10 Movie Matinee "The Beachcomber" A-11 Tuesday, Sept. S 12:]0 Movie Matinee "Dakota Incident" A-11 Wednesday, Sept. 6 t2:10 Movie Matinee "No Man's Woman" B Thursday, Sept, 7 13:10 Movie Matinee "Woman of the North Country'" A-11 WISN, Channel 12, Milwaukee Saturday, Sept. 2 1:00 Saturday Cinema "Penrod and Sam" A-1 ptus "Frisco Kid" A-11 Sunday, Sept. 3 10:15 SACRED HEART PROGRAM 1:00 Channel 12 Theater "indianapolis Speedway" A-11 2:30 ~atinee "Sing Me A Love Song" A-1 10:45 The Big Movie "Abott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" A-11 Friday, Sept. S 10:45 The Big Movie "They D/ed With Their Boots On" A-1 WREX, Channel 13, Rockford Saturday, Sept. 2 10:tS Crown Theater "Mrs. Parkington" A-11 Religious Series To Begin Sunday NEW YORK -- (NC) --- The Catholic Hour on radio will start an eight-part series, "World Report on the Church," begin- ning Sunday, Sept. 3, on NBC, the National Council of Catho- lic Men announced here. International authorities will speak on Japan, Latin America Poland. France, Africa. Scandi- navia, Germany and India. Reli- gious folk songs of each area will provide background music for the programs. The Rev. Aloysius 3". Miller, S.J dean of development for Sophia University, Tokyo, will report on Japan from 13 years' experience there on Sept. 3. The following week the Rev. J. Con- sidine, M.M director of t h e CLEANERS "Tacked down carpets cleaned on floor" 1207 New York Street Ph.: Aurora TW 2-1511 a c2",o PHIPPS Dept. Better Store HARRINGTON McKINSTRA COAL---FUEL OIL Dial ADams 2-0517 Freeport, Illinois Quality Merchandise 11:35 Pajama P~ayhouse "korthwest at Sensible Prices Passage" A-1 a Sunday, Sept. 3 Plenty el FREE Parking 10:1S SACRED HEART PROGRAM ]l mx"rAvm& |[~ Tuesday, Sept. S ~"~ "~ 11:30 Tuesday The,tar "Public Deb NO.! II JOi: FfflEY ) ~ %1 1" A-11 * ~ Wednesday, Sept. 6 ~ .m 11:30Acadomyrheater'Conguest"A111 lll il SURX-NCi f ll Friday, Sept. 8 ' J" ~ ." 12:40 Paiama Playhouse "Pier 13" A-1 [I lierneys HlWay t00n Ill (INCL. LIFE) { :~-~. .- II =l Open s--S do, Ill REAL ESTATE I I w=tuw, ~nannet z~, ~amson /I Ample P ki.g " Itl ~LNATIONAL/ I Saturday, Sept. 2 II ce~s,o S,~.d ~,oeerionI/I GALENA 789 ~ 21hO. MAiN i 1:05 Matinee Playhouse "New York II 111a M w k; ~ A, Ill l Confidential" B II ' ' '" "" "'''"'"='"" '~''" I|~ 10:00 Fanfare "Bundle of Joy" A-11 II TR 9-3050 Batavia, IlLI/~ Sunday, Sept. 3 J 11 METZGER S I llA~lSunday. Movie "Untamed Breed" ~l METZGER'S 1:30 Fanfare "Bundle of Joy" A-11 ~aJ~llll I I I i BARBS Monday, Set. 4 lO: T C,RiSTOPHaS -I(.KTb/AL LAKI: 11 Grocery and Market I 10:25 The Late Show "Lone wolf MeeTsl /I " | A Lady" ;; sday sap, s I /I "Whm th Wite E onamiH" I 10:35 The Late.Show'"Pari's. (:ailing" A-U/I Alav:n~=r,lumh=r fn Ill Tel, 445 Galen I weone~lay, Sept. 6 il RII~AallUI$1"LUIIIUI~I q,1~ I~1 I 10:35 The Late Show "BI Guy" B - ,i Thursday, ~el~. 7 All Building Suppilon 10:35 The Late Show "Crashout" B Paint, Hardware and Friday, Sept. $ 10:2S The Late Show "All My Sons B WMTV, Channel 33, Madison Sunday, Sept. 3 12'.30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH. WTV0, Channel 39, Rockford Sunday, Sept. 3 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH N CHARLES Cunningham Rigid Frame Garage~ CRYSTAL LAKE McHENRY, fL~ 459-1050 EV. S-1424 Moats TV and Appliance SALES & SERVICE 66 No. Williams St. CRYSTAL LAKE, ILL. a a a Evorything for tho MOTORIST Dial SHerwood 1-2577 COAL and OIL 24 Kimball Street Elgin, Illinois MODERN DAIRY COMPANY, INC. Fine Dairy Products Dial SH 1-2536 ELGIN a GET THE BEST Seahest ICE CREAM E. W. Schmeling Sons, Inc. 1031 School Street, Rockford Lumber-Millwork-FueI-Paint A&S Dairy, Inc. Pasteurized Grade "A" Dairy Products 423 LOCUST ST STERLING STERLING HOME IMPROVEMENT CO. Roofinq --- Siding Insulation --- Paints 2704 Locust St Sterling, I!!. MA 5-0625 NOMI auPest {llell~ TOP NAME BRANDS IN I i i LADIES - MENS - CHILDRENS 16 DOUGLAS AVE. ELGIN -- Thomas M. Delehanty Friendly -- Personal Services 401 River Lane Loves Park TR 7-7491 24 Hr. Ambulance Service Oxygen Eauipped--Prompt, Efficient Service JOHNSON MOTORS MFG--Thompson-- Aluma Craft Boats Skin Diving Equipment Everything for Above and Below the Water HARDWARE for Hard Water ED THORNE'S HARDWARE AND MARINE CENTER 7928 N. Second St tockford Open Mon .and Fri. 8 to 8 --. Saturdays 8 to 6 and Healing Air(onditioning Plumbing Call PHONE JUNO 4-4980 r JUNO 4.4981 HAYWARD SOUTH ELGIH PHARMACY OPEN B A.M. TILL 10 P.M. EVERY DAY Route 11 Ph. SH 1-665| So. Ellln CHARLES ' a a Resident and non- resident, high school for girls Mount St. Mary :ademy ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS Conducted by Sisters of St. Dominic. Fully accredited, well rounded curriculum, family life environment, wholesome Catho- lic atmosphere, intramural and recreational sports. For infor- mation write the PrincipDI. and BECKMAN AUTO PARTS 141 N. 4th St.---DeKalb POTTERS * CLEANING and DYEING Rug Cleaning expertly done Phone 3-8341 and 3-8351 DIXON For Service Coil ~ 2-3971 COAL & GRAVEL CO. SAND---GRAVEL BLDG. MATERIAL Re. 25 Neath Aurora "F/hera your House Becomes A Home" 19 E. Calhoun WOODSTOCK~4FE 8-1086 t / i