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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER at St. Edward high schoG'l, has received an appointment to the mathematics institute sponsored by the National Science founda- tion. John, with other high school seniors from public a n d pa- rochial high schools in the Chi- cago area, will attend lectures and discussions pertaining to cc.ntemporary mathematics, on the Illinois Institute of T e c h- nology campus. Classes will be held on alternate Saturdays dur- ing the current scholastic year. Supplement Background Purpose of the institute is to supplement the mathematical background of talented students interested in mathematics. St. Edward is looking for- ward to another year in t h e Science seminar recently organ- ized for the high schools in this area. The purpose of the semi- nar is to offer students espec- ally gifted a n d interested in science the oppo/'tunity to fur- ther extend their knowledge of science, and at the same time receive first-hand aid in num- erous scientific fields. ALl students interested in join- ing the seminar are required to take a competitive examination. The following students were ex- amined on Friday, September 22: Seniors--Bruce Zimmerman, LeRoy Centella, Catherine Zel- ]er and Larry Anniballi; a n d Juniors--Mary MeKiel, Patricia Green, Ann Reinhart, Michael Gartland, Donald Marson, and Elizabeth McNabb. Welcome New Instructors St. Edward has once again opened its frlendly doors to a vast number of new students I ST. EDWARD Welcome, Fathers; we are hap-lprograms. Guide books are fur- ELGIN--John Lindt, a senior PY to greet you. nished to help the student fol-I The newest thing in St. Ed- low the specially trained experts ward's curriculum this year is t h c addition of opportunity classes held three days a week during the Co-curricular period. Even though the classes are non- credit, they are proving to be of great advantage to the stu- dents There are a variety of courses offered, such as math in charge of the classes Courses in college chemistry are broadcast for 30 minutes, 4 days of the week. Sister M. Cy- riaka spends Friday, the re- maining day, reviewing and an- swering questions. This enables and English refreshers, speechlthe students to witness demon- ' I r tigris ha erep~,~ and drama, journalism person- st a t t w ~v;ou~l- al typing, accelerated reading and conversational Spanish. The namperea Dy me umnea Jag students are indeed grateful to space. the faculty, who sacrifice their Some of the other subjects time to make these opportun-lthat have classes broadcast are: ity classes po.ssible; and t h e ylmathematics, world history, also hope that these classes williSpanish, physics and other sci- be continued in the future years ences. senior portraits. A certain ser- iousness settled upon the cash-, tenances of all as they realized the nearness of graduation and t h e termination of their high school career. MADONNA By Susan Murphy and faculty members. This year, AURORA -- The Midwest Pro- numbered among the old and gram for Airborne Television very familiar faces, are three lhas been broadcasting video-tap- o " " " new religion instructors. T heled instruction telecasts from a W odstock. . -[children the school es.pectallllY:e~liwgei:; bmUet entire student body welcomes plane 23,000 feet over Indiana Plans are being made for She has three children, two ofi ,u~ '~ A ,~ n, mere is a gig wa i re m odc ildren. She. ~ ~ ,~ ~r ,~ ~ ~and the school. I .cann t seem them to our faculty and wishes Special ultra high frequency Marian s homecoming, Oct 21 whom a y g h no ~ ~ m v,~,T to et along with girls who were them happiness for the coming General Electric television sets Besides the game with Beloit tells me now that she is sending LIVE m i 1 e s g year [are broadcasting certain classes Catholic there will be a dance the children to a Prates.taut Sun-I educated all their dyes in paro- . '," a p a r ~ umKs - The seniors particularly would to students in the midwest, an alumni get-together, bonfire, day school and she and her hus- chml schools. I came from a like to welcome The Rev Rob-]Madonna high school is one of floats and snake dance band will start going with them./~na~, you can public school. I try to be friend- . . . . 'ha. l.~et~ers in he iris shun err C Williams since he will[the schools taking advantage of Get Acquainted Dance She said she has no intention of i ly but many of t g i maLLers a~ ~ur~ be conducting their classse Thejthe telecasts. The sets were in- Friday, Sept 22 Marian held returning to the Catholic Church " :Ine because they think I might assas mm can Rev. James M Weber will in- stalled in the spring of 1961 by=a sock hop for the purpose of,that there are a few things she l ~. ': influence them in the wrong struct the juniors and The Rev. Mr H. Johnson. Conventional:getting new students acquainted doesn't believe in. Her husband not ne reneaDoris R. Peters way. The Sisters are nice but Harold Heineman the freshmen I television cannot receive these with other classmates The man ]wasn't a Catholic but he has said lupon', lyo mat- sometimes they rub it in. Now - tar wna~ you write can never De e" raised from the sock ha" willIthat he woul~t be very interested[ that school is open again my J ~ sure now mey Will De ret:ulV~U lllJllw~ II~ ~i[f - - ]~" becomin~ one I "problem is, should I stay or |lg~ P$'Li I~e'~ go towaras me expenses at the -,~' " ISpeak to your pastor, and he leave~ I would like to sta-, in w W~w I w'ul~,l~ A~,~o ,~ *he ~a*holi~ Yo,thI Since we live many miles[ . a u~*~E, *~,-o ~v ~ ~ ~. L ~ ] . :$ i.^ [Wlll DU~ your mlnu aL ~a~c r~- ,rdor to continue mv religion apart all I can ao is w~,~ -,- . ~ -,~ - o Congress whmh will be held in gardmg your dutms as god , -'" " I I feel Please heln me to know l " If ]t wash t for this I would have " DuIIalO, l~.x. " " mother DELEHANTY FUNERAL HOME The yearbook committee has what tosaytoher. Isthereany .~ " left last year. met to discuss plans for the newlhope of her returning to the anal d~sY:U~X~:la~agesg~: na:~roc- On the Border Line rc ~ Y Y Y " yearbook. The yearbook field l true Chu h. .~,[casionally send a good Catholic You have to learn !o aa]ust a e Fr t;arolyn ann ge~ along With omers re Thomos M. Delehonty d y will be h ld iday, Oct. 6. J ]book. There are many appro- " A h f wtm ha that one l garmess oI me scnool you as mong t e esti ' ' s will be the[ There is always pe priate books for both your " Friendly -- Personal $ervwes crowning of a king and queen[with faith will return to Holylfriend and the children, tse~ol~:stt: m:~w ag~rlex~trnaa~" and interclass games j Mother Church. Continue to pray ~UI Kivet Lone i.oyos VOtK ~--- ~.l~. . . fort to be accepted by the group. TR 7 7491 ituear uoris. . You won't be 'new" this year " J I had a job this summer ana 24 Hr. Ambulance Service ED EXTRA CASI I :a;:d~ m:jo~ ~erIsnl~:o?:V(~ FT~EB:STt ~ YnhOavM:K Eu Oxygen E ui.p.a---Prompt. E,fi ,en, Ser *ca We invite our-Catholic friends Jl my father thinks I should save ~m[/amtha~i: d:li:Yor thee deb:: mis too. l~ut last year, naung, 9 " " to call us about becoming J!elothes, transportation, etc. took paper: !t is eas~er to be a TUPPERWARE Dealer Itall of my allowance What can I zrienmy wire g~rls WhO nave L s~ " h h ex ~'=-'~--~= e [{say to my lamer w en ~ 1" i~ull or t'art lime pects me to get along on y a - Always the Finest iii!i; lowance and save what I earn? Air Castles Become Valuable when you put solid foundations under them. Do this, safely and surely, by building your savings steadily in this strong bank. FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. "Roek]ord's Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE i!!i i!i!i LeMay Sales P.O. Box 2043 Loves Park, IlL TR 7-4022 Distributors Jar Tupperware Home Parties 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. Rockford Open Man .and Fr/. 8 to 8 -- Saturdays 8 to 6 Tom One thing that never goes out of style is money. Learning how to save money is a valuable les-i son -- and the hardest to learn : Many adults find it hard because they put it off so long. Your father is giving you excellent training and advice. I would say nothing to him but trot right down to the nearest savings bank and open an account Be sure to show him your balance Permanents VIOLA'S BEAUTY SHOP Hair Cutting Tints Evening Appointments PHONE WO 2-8634 1139 Revell Ave. Rockford BUD KNOTT & SONS THE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER 114 W. STATE ST. ROCKFORD WO 2-7797 REAL ESTATE BUSINESS .OFFERS EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES TO MEN & WOMEN A course n Real Estate can help you gain a place in this profitable and fascinating profession. This training prepares you to operate your own business or to secure a position with an established 'firm. Qualify for State Examinations by studying: Real Estate Principles and Practice Real Estate Law Real Estate Finance Rent Estate Appraisal Real Estate Courses approved by the Department of Registration and Education CLASS NOW FORMING Telephone WO 4-9459 or return coupon for informa- tion. Office open daily 8 A.M. to S P.M. including Saturday. Also Tuesday and Thursday Until 9 P.M. immJ mini mid m llmmmm m Jim m m Yes! I am interested in your Reel Estate Course. Will yee send me Bul|efin A. Name -- Phone Street -. City ~ State Real Estate Course Offered by Rockford School af Business 319 W. Jefferson St. 309 N. Church Street First Communion and Confirmation Photos By Van Studio Our 31st Year of Creating Portraits of Elegorff Simplicity -- Weddings -- Family Portraits. Rockford WO 3-2513 Open to the public--22 chair.--no waiting--- Modern Equipment--Air Conditioned--State Accredited--Union affiliated FOR SCHOOLS RECTORIES CONVENTS WINDOW TINTING FORMERLY SOLAR PAQUE Call or write for in]ormation Rockford 114 N. Madison Street WO 3.5939 St. Bridget's Parish REDUCES GLARE-- PREVENTS FADING REDUCES HEAT fail FOR FREE ESTIMATES W0 5 2482 w. J FFERSON ST. " ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS KNABE--LESTER--SOHMER and WURLITZER PIANOS WURLITZER ORGANS fMusic' s Richest Voice) Used Pianos and Organs Convenient Terms Piano & Organ Co. JOHN P. SREENAN Is Qualified To Take Core 330 S. MAIN ST. 221 W. MAIN ST. ROCKFORD FREEPORT QUALITY 3 bedrooms, 20 x BUlL T HOMES of Your Everyday Insurance Needs Office WO 4-5977 Home TR 7-6402 12 driftwood paneled family room, 2 cor garage, built in caloric kitchen. Plas- tered walls -- Hardwood floors --- full basement We will finance. 3515 AUBURN ROCKFORD OFF. W 4-7885 MODEL TR 7-2046 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1961 ~.-.~ - ~ ~ ~-' ~.x ~- + >>+:.+:.:.: :.:+x.:~xx.=.:-:.+:: = ~,] :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: :::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::~:~::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ::::: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: .:.:+: : :+, ,x ST. VINCENT'S JOTTINGS FREEPORT--A portion of the ious to see and hear the famous daily schedule for the children Bishop Fulton J. Sheen Early at St. Vincent includes the per- Sunday morning they were told formance of daily tasks about the house and grounds. Since some jobs are more time con- suming than others, and in order to avoid monotony, there is a change of duties every second month. Last week Sister Mary Edna visited each classroom with the little black book that creates a stir on sight. After ini- tial mixed reaction all seeming- ly were satisfied and went to their new jobs with renewed en- thusiasm. Among the thousands of disap- pointed people of the Rockford diocese, the group of youngsters who-make up our Drum and Bu- gle corps felt the change of loca- tion of the Holy Name rally more keenly than anyone else. For weeks they rehearsed their part for this great demonstration of Faith, each day a bit more anx- same interests as yours. Sometimes we create situa- tions in our imaginations that really don't exist. There is the possibility that you are sensitive about your public school back- ground. Why? Be proud of it. I doubt if the Sisters intend to "rub it in." They may sense your feelings and are only try- ing to help you adjust. A CATHOLIC SCHOOL HAS LOTS to offer besides the formal religion classes. The Sisters through their devotion to duty and love of God are a living ex- ample of religion The discipline helps you see the necessity of self-control in God's plan. The environment and opportunity are there. that pre-rally events would have to be postponed due to inclement weather. The hope of future en- gagements with the opportunity to meet other great personalities in the future helped alleviate their hurt feelings. Two new features have been added to our schedule during this past week. Mrs. Terese Wal- ling has offered her services as director of a nursery school in our baby room, and Sister Law- rence has taken over supervision of a program of arts and crafts for the girls and boys. Fathers Jerome and Elias, two Franciscan priests from Chicago were welcome visitors during the week. Father Jerome came to deliver a conference to the Sisters, and Father Elias made his annual visit to the St. Vincent Fraternity of the 3rd Or- der group who hold their meet-~ ings here. Please remember in your prayers the Soul of Mr. Henry Luecke, a resident of St. Jo- seph home, who was called to his eternal reward this past week. Our high school boys and girls enjoyed the weekend in spite of the damp weather. They were on hand to cheer the Aquin team to its first victory Saturday after- noon and enjoyed the get-ac- quainted school dance in the evening. Now they look toward next weekend with its homecom- ing events. LEGION OF DECENCY LIST Moral Classification motion iMr0V!oewSn The following is o moral estimate of " P " g in the Rockford Diocese prepared under the direction of the Notional Legion of Decency 453 Mad son 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 Absen! Mlndeg Professor Front er Uprising Queen of the Pirates Alamo Gambler Wore A Gun Question 7 Alakazam, The Great Gorgo Romanoff end Juliet All Hands on Deck Green Helmet, The Sand Cashe Amazing Transparent Gunfight Man, The Guns ot Navarone Santa Claus Ben-HuT Hand n Hand Secret of Monte CriMe Bernadette at Lourdos Honeymoon Machlne, The Serengefl Shall Not Die Beyond the Time Barrier I Was a Parish Priest Sergeant Was A Lady Big Gamb e, The Invas on Quartet Seven Wonders of the Boy Who Caught A Crook Lad es Man World (was Boy Who Found Last Dawn Silent ~.all $100,000) Left, Right and Center Snake Woman Capture That Cepsule ittle Shephera ot King- Snow White end the Three Cimaron dam Come Stooges Cinderfella ~aster of the World Sword and the Dragon Cinerama South Seas Ad- V~ighty Ct'usaders Tammy roll Me True venture ~ sty Teacher and the Miracle Day d and Goliath Wodern Times Teenage M ilhonatre Days of Thrills and Mysterious Island Ten Who uareo Laughter Nikki, W Id Dogofthe There Was a Crooked MS~ Dentist In The Chair, A North Th ef of Bagdad, The Desert Attack )le Rex Three Worlds ~ Gulliver Dondi One Hundred end One Tomboy and the Champ Everything's Ducky Dalmatians Town Like Alice Faloulous Worle ot Jules On the Double Trouble in theSky Verne Operation Camel Valley of the uragons Fidelio Parent Trap, The Voyage to the Bottom ot Five Guns to rombstons Passport to China the Sea. Flaming 5tar Pepe Watch Your Stern F ght That D sappeared, Police Dog StorY, The When The Clock Strike= The Pied Piper of Hame in Wings of Chance Flute and the Arrow Pirates of Tortuge Wizard of Baghdad Francis of Assisi Purple Hills, The You Have TO Run Fast A;ll---MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS I AND ADOLESCENTS Attli~ntnl~, rhe Lost Con- Great tmposter. TheScream ot Fear Hand The Secret of the Deep Herbor Ballad ct Soldier Home Is the Hero Secret of the Purple Reet Battle at Bloody Beech Homicida! Secret Pertners Beware et Children Hoodlum Priest Secret Ways Black Sunday Journey ~'o the Lost City Seven Ways from Sundown Shadow ot the Cat, The Blueprint for Robbery Konga Sniper's Ridge Brainwashed Last Time I Saw Archle Song Without End Bridge, The Long Rope, The S.O.S. Pacific Bridge to the Sun Magnificent Seven ~Stalag 17 Canadians, The Man in the Moon Steel Claw Cat Burglar Man Who Died Twice Sundownere Counterplol Mein Kampf Tess of the Storm Country Tormented, The Cow and I, The Naked Edge Trunk Deadly Combanions Devil at Four O'Clock, The Operation Bottleneck Twenty Plus Two Dr. Blood's Coffin Pey or Die Two Rode Iogether Two Way Stretch Fanny Pit and the Pendulum Walk Like a Dragon Ferry te Hong Kong Fiercest Heart Pleasure ot His Company Walking Target Weekend With Lulu Frantic Possee from Hell White Warrior General Della Revere Gldget Goes Hawaiian Raisin In the Sun, A World of Apu Gold of the Seven Saints Rommel's TreaSure Young Doctors, The Goliath end the Dragon Serdonicus Young Savages A-111~MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS End at Innocence Let No Men Write My Ada All In A Night's Work All the Fine Young Cannibals Anatomy of a Syndicate (was Big Operator) Angel Wore aeo Angry Silence, The Anna's Sin Apertment, The Armored Command Back to the Wall Best of Everything Big Deal on Madonna Street Black Orpheus Blast of Silence Breakfast at Tiffany's By Love Possessed Captain's Table Career Cash McCall Chance Meeting C aude le Inglish College Confidential Come September Epitaph Loss of Innocence (wes Greengage Summer) Magician Make Mine Mink Malaga Murder. Inc. h~usic Box Kid North to Alaska One-Eyed Jacks One Plus Or~e Operation Elchmann Our Man in Havana Plunderers, The Return to Peyton Piece Ring of Fire Rocco end His Brothers Senechal, The Magmtv cent Sins ot Rachel Cede Spartacus Stop Me Before I Kill Summer and Smoke Susan Slade Threat Three on spree Thunder of Drum= Town Without Pity Tunes ot Glory Two Women Eve Wants to Sleep Exodus Facts ot Life Fate of Man Fast and Sexy Fever in the Blood, A Five Golden Hours Four Fast Guns 400 Blows French Mistress Goliath and tha Bar- barians Grass Is Greener Great War, The Heller In Pink Tight= Hell is a City Heroes Die Young House 0f Inlrlgue Hustler, The Hypnotic Eye Idiot Ikiru (Jap.} I'm All Right Jack Couch, The Inherit the Wind Cover Girl Killer I Passed For White Cranes are Flying Jayhawkers ~ Crimson Kimono Key Witness Unfaithfuls, The Crowded Sky King of the Roaring 20's Virgin Spring (Swedish) Dark at the Top ot (was Big Bankroll) Wolf Larsen the Stair> League of GentlemenYoung One B---MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL BabY Jazz Boat Privates Live of Adam end Eve Back Street Joker, The Proper Time Big Show, the Last Sunset Psycho Bimbo the Great Leda 15urple Noon Blood and Roses Let's Make Love Rat Race Breath of Scandal Lisette Revolt of the Sieves Butterfield 8. Look in Any Window Right Approach, The Can-Can Love and the Frenchwo- Sanctuary Carry On,Nurse man Sex Kittens Go to Carthage in Flames Love in a Goldfish Bowl College Cry for Happy Mad Dog Coil Shakedown Desire In the Dust Man-Trap Sons and Lovers Elmer Gantry Mania ' Splendor in the Grass Entertainer, The Matter ot Morals Squad Car Esther and the King Marines, Let's Go Terror of the fongs Explosive Generation Marriage-Go-Round Thunder in Carolina Foxhole in Cairo Mary Had A Little Two Faces of Dr. Jeykll Girl in Room 13 Millionairess Two Loves G. I. Blues Minotaur 20,000 Eyes Go Naked in the WorlOMisfits, rhe Underworld, U.S.A. Goodby~ Again Morgan the Plrefe Vlce Raid Head, The Most Dangerous Men Alive Warrior Empress, The Hell to Eternity Paris Blues Where the Boys Are Her Bridal Night (wes, Parrish Wild in the Country The Bride Is Much Too Peeping Tom World by Night Beautiful) Pharaoh's Women World of Suzy Wong Herod, The Great Portrait of Mobster Young Heltons (was HtJ Hiroshima, Mon Amour Portrait ot Sinner School Confidential) C---CONDEMNED Ado~:able Creatures Lover, the ,(Fr.) Please, Mr. Balzac (FrJ (.French) Lover's Return (French) Port ot Desire And God Created Woman Mademoiselle Gobette (French) Mademoiselle Striptease Baby Doll (French Bed of Grass (Greek) Me~ldelena Bed, The (French) Matd in Paris (Ft.) Breathless Marie du Port (French) Cold Wind in August, A Mating Urge Come Dance With Me Miller's Beautiful Wife (French) Miss JuJie (Swedish) Desperate Women, the Mitseu (Fr.) Exprosso Bongo Green Carnation (wae Morn end Dad Trials of Oscar Wilde) Moon Is Blue, The Heroes end Sinners Husband for Anna, A Naked Night, The I Am a Camera (Swedish) Illicit Interlude (Swedish) Nane (Fr.) Karamoia Never on Sunday Lady Chatterley's Lover Llane, Jungle Goddess Night Heaven Fell (Pr.) Love Geme (French) Oscar Wilde Love Is My Profosslen Passionate Summer Pot Bouiile (Lovers et Paris) Fr, Privele Property A Question or Adultery Rosanna Saturday Night an l Sunday Mornlng Savage Eye Sins at the Borgias (French) Sins of Mona Kent 5miles of Summer Night (Swedish) Snow Wes Black Stella (Greek) Third Sex Triels ef ascot Wilde Truth, The Wasted Lives end the Births of Twins Woman of Rome (Ital.) SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION (A separate Classif cat on is given to certain films which while not moral- ly offensive require some analysis and explanation as o Drotection to tho uninformed against wrong interpretation and false' conclusions.) Martin Luther Case of Dr Laurent Suddenly Last Summer Storm Center Girl of the Night Crowning Experlenca Anatomy of Murder Circle of Deceptien La Dolce Vite Never Take Candy From Adam end Eve King of Kings A Stranger L