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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1961 + THE OBSERVER PAGE 9 l ' ,! .11 Ill'I L " ALLOW PERVERSION THEME Missioner to Speak VINeENT'S JOTTINGS ! I r a[elll$ . . . At Marian Fathers' ! g,L,tt,o ot ov,c Club Banquet Oct 29 FREEPORT--In observance of Twice during the week our sis- "+ "" ""'" --'''" It" r"ll r ' Fire Prevention week a crew oflterswere relieved of their evening I ] ]~tV~,lg. WOODSTOCK- The Fathers' men from the Freeport chores in favor of extra study and [ / i . |,| ~ Iclub oF Marian Central Catholic pbrtmentmadeasurprtsevlsltt0lrecreatlon. On Tuesday Father] ~ i ,n, +, LaD~,~lea as uan erous h~ghb:C~ ::i:!!l ho!d a Fa!her- otw school during the past week. I Anthony Becker, superintendent of ~,UU~ |U /~ q me scnoot caIeteria Mter the customary fire drill they lBoylan central high school Rock-,[ . . . ] Sunday evening, Oct. 29, at 7 remained for a time to demon-I ford, gave a lecture on child guid- ! I[ " VERONA N J, (NC)--Our[ LOS ANGELES, ,(NC)--Llftlng is an unknown word to half ofloclock, . " ' I ' ' ' of the ban on the perversion theme the people making movies today " Featured s eaker strate thelr fire equipment. Hay- ance. He will come once eachI [ i J Lady of the Lake parish here is . p at the banquet .~ ~^1 L. f oi.~il~r f,~r,~ ~eo i + / : i ln no.ywouu rams m uae m t e 'It is me worst kind of non-twill be the Rev Wllham Coleman, lug raised a Co-rout ~auue[ tu u,v],u, ~, o,a ~.u, ~ ~ a. I 1 !tfi~triuuuu~ to pu[euL~ a ~z~-k~m~ most dan-erous chan~es since the "- , of the In order to allow ever ne to',m ~ +,s . o . sense ne aauea, ior the m-lvemran lviaz'yKnol mlssionar roof of the buliumg one yo : cone o[ soclat 1vln$ mr teen- . . Y I I ]mdustry s Production .Cone was dustry to piesume that because who will tell of his work in Latin firemen went to the very top To attend, Fathers Fitzgibbons and --~' agers " - -- ~Ambre su"ervised the bo"s whileI I . - ]drawn up in 1932, a movie column- these subjects are treated on thelAmerica, the infiltration of com- fohner high school teachers, I ~ " ' - ' " "," " " " " " the boys were able to talk overof the school year, last, Frlda~i .y. ] I I --Going steady is "almost never ing weakened to the point where ~~ : :,t ;, eh.emakerlFamer Amore ann eden of the/ Ipermissible" for high school stu-tit is meaningless. ~1 .j[e 1 A I .o . mu ume~ w, officers spoke briefly, and then 'ENGAGEMENT CEREMONY In keeping with the growing realization that marriage is a holy d / . L aflVlmM'l ln :whn farmerlv directed their druml " t --,ents uiAin~ o[ me nroniuidun against ~-e.~ls s~l i a'n'd I~ugl"e corps followed a well-planned round of/ vocation which deserves serious and prayerful preparation, Michae! Zucehero and Laima Tama- I --Dating should be "forbidden t portrayal of perversion was re- ~~--- + --------------'" activities and games. A refresh- sauKas reeenuy exchanged meir promise to marry in me firs$ smemn engagemem ceremony ever in freshman yeardiscouraged -~^-*^-J ~^v^ral weeks before it r~=,~nL, u~ ~ ~ ~ s r~. f,z .j . j. ling luncheon concluded this fine]held at Christ the Teacher chapel, ,N, ort~:r:afflif:~s2:~z%tyl~ D:K%brioOffoifl:ti~go:~ tch:ur=:- l for sophomores permissibleI~wase~or~;~ly carried out. The ,I ulocese ; IUQenI5 get-together, mony, in which the couple promises to p ep e g Y P P for juniors and seniors . . . but basis for these renorts were pri- . FUNERAL HOM ~ I , ~ ~-- ", was the Rev. ,/ames V. McKitrick, assistant chap.lain. [in groups, not alone." rate comments from s~kesmen l om-~a ~econa Ave. wu. ~-,oziI ~ I On Debate Team Our drum and bugle corps par-I ~[ --All mixed social activities forlof companies which already had MONUMENTS--VAULTS II ~ I !lclpam~ In. tn.e parade ma~1 ng[ ~"~, . .e+-! A ,I,A I~ J,J,~ T~[~ ~A ~ e ]grade school children "are to be I begun making films involving per- ~I~K-ERS------M0NUMENTS--II 364 Division -- Elgin I QUINCY -- The newly organ: me goIaen jumiee ol me st. ~llZ- [ ~II |Irll~ -[rl nl~-l-iI~r l~/ |t/ll"1~ll~ forbidden" version ROBERT TRIGG & SON ,741]I Dial SHerwood 1-1400 I l labeth social center in Rockford vvn~,- mv ~mm~,n iv ~vvB~ l ' lid ~. r,rs~ ~L wu ~-~,~[~ | lzeu aeoate team at quincy t~o /' / answer ~o ~oa Lift Bans ]last sunday aIternoon, may we " CATHOLIC SALVAGE ,add our congratulations to thet 4.05Movie 5 Ma(inee'"The Silken 10:45 SACRED H~ART PROGRAM t . . .' . . Used C g. ,' .~ ----,l ' a Thursday Oct 2S Sunday Oct 22 lege here which tangled with a WBBM, Channel 2, Chin go The priests who compiled the The code has undergone other lothin Furniture Dishes team at Missouri state university] +o+o.~ ~ ,~,~. ~a ~ ,~f era |Saturday Oct. 21 ' Affair" A-II Ill:00 Sunday Movie "I Wonder code noted in a preface that they "chan~es in recent months. Lamps and all household articles I I . . I d "I 4:30 The Early Show "Kiss of' Friday, Oct. 27 1 Who s Kissing He," Now" A-Ildid so "because of the oreat so ] + -. . a a :-;~ + ~ in the Rockford store we have allt1~4/~~1 I recently, lists four students from ice in the Rockford community Death" A-II . I 4:05 Movie 5 Matinee "Las VegasI Monday, Oct. 23 [,~, -, In August cuue aumm~.atut~ ' ~ ~ ~~ s . . 10:15 The Best of CBS "Union l~aci[- Shakedown" B ~ 12:40 Monday Theater "15 Maiden cial pressures affecting our young ~,~.~ ~ ~.~ eioht year-old stand new department aemcatea to ~e-ii ~.~',~[~l~fl~" I the Rockford diocese as members. . ic" A-I . Lane" A-I ~ ~'J ligious articles. Prices to fill your w~ r xz~,~ r~ ;,~.o Sunday evening movies are al-1 Sunday, Oct, 22 WITI, Channel 6, Milwankee Tuesday Oct. 24 Ipeople today and because ofland ~avea seal of approval to ~ bud-et Come in andll E=r~th~ ] .~u~y a~. ouy~+~ v~, ~ ~ v~+~-+ . 12'00 Picture for A SundayAfter- 1 11 30 Tuesda ~heater "Ca ' "+," ~wa s a treat for our boys and, Saturday net. 2 Y ptam the frequent re uests of odd ' The sophomore history major from[vipY: T,a~fgundav'~far~ "~,~ at n.oon--Part L "TestPilot12:00 Early Show "The Window" A-If Blackjack" A-I~ ~.~ ~ ~q] n ~ g~**L, Ithefdm, TheMoon. lsBlue browse around. 101g West Sta.te St:,ll -~m "~N~d '1".~7"~'~' I ~' J ' [ ~'~ 6 00 Films from the Fifties "The Wednesday Oct25 l~a~,+.~o .w a ey g.t film had beenoenleu a seal in Rockford in Aurora bathoiic ~at-1 St Charles'Theresa Schmld,2 0o Picture for a SundayAfter-[ ",Ill 30 Academ T ' " ' ' ' /~ ' . Off,was es eclall en o able Whip Hand' A-I . y heater30 Seconds follow in re ulatm the social " iv 1 s va is located at 201 North Lake,| freshman drama major from P Y ~ y ] ~yZ,--,P,~;t II Th= H~,r.~lll:00 Late Show "Tension at Tame l Over tokyo" A-It g g,1953 because it dealt in a fr. o ou .g II I ' . ~ j ~,]rls A-II Rock" A-II Thursday, Oct. 26 nvlng oI their cnnnren. 'manner with adultery No changes ~t Woodstock', Jo Ann Grewenlg . 10"15 The Late Show "In A Lonelyl Sunday, Oct. 22 12'40. Movie Where Do We Go from! I Modar- -- n"l-,- I ~nnh ~ +~h++rni~trv ma~nr from Cameron Jesuit Hloh ~ Place" A-II 9"00 MASS FOR SHUT-INS Here?" A-H They state that those x+ho fall were mane ]n the film. ' HELP WANTED FEMALE,7 I ~,"g:" "~ ~'"~-~Y~ ~- ~ ]-,- ,r --e~s . p, .~"~ [12:10 The .Lat~ Late Show 'The[ 11:00 Late Show '"the Last Gang-] Friday Oct. 27 I to follow some such program as[ Th,~',+nd,+ nnthnriti~.s also lifted Wanted HOUSEKEEPER to help[I COMPANY INC I thlgln; ann rtay ~mOlS. sopnomorellellS if/artS tO DUlla / ~rasner uOUOlOOn" A-II ' ' ster" AII ]12 40 Pajama Playhouse "Sudden, - -. .+1 .I . ~. ' " ~Pama ran'lap fv'~m Mane~homrf ] " "" / Monday Oct 23 Monad, Oct 23 Fear" A-II mey OUtline 'must answer to uocl it~ ban a.ainst films nortravin~ Morner m wheel t:natr, xwu ++uxo[i ; n . ~ . I j ' ', --- -+ +, o " " "~ IC - ', u,r rroouc/ ,|M,~, P ~ M~,~e,m l 4:30 The Early Show Our Hearts 9'00 Earlv Show "China Sky" A-If WKOW Chann,q 9~ ~ a; - f-r tho ,',mso,~,o-coo whi-'h m :, OF SCHOOL AGE. CATHOL [| Y S | Milton E. Bierbaum ' debate !~vv ,~,][,o,~,=, l were Growing Up" A-I ]I0:20 Late~ Show "Wake ]sland"l S' "~k~-*"' ~ I " "/" "~"~. "" ":[orug aoolctlon, in aUgU~L, ~ ai~- FAMILY. $35.00 a week plus room[l | ' I 10 15 The Late Show "The Tower l " I aid,day, ,e~ : l result n'om inelrnegngenceor that another movie it u,a~ ~H 1-2536 ELGI I coach, has announced that a tele- PRAIRIE rill P+I4IEPq Wi~--[ of London" A-II A- T,* rlav Oct 24 10:00 Fanfare "Five Steps to Dang-I [nouneed and board. WEEK ENDS OFF. If N I viii"" "re'ram i~ bein- -lannedi ' "."~"112:1o The Late. Late Show "Fast, 9"00 Earl"-""Sh~v ':Ever" Girlt er A-I Iwea~uess. [earuer nao reiusea to pass was write to Mrs. Fred Adams, 29[:-. n r o:~.e~,[ ~ ~ ~l oo olPlans to construct a gymnaslum-[ andLoose" A IIj I ' Should Be Married" A-~II ll0"00 SundSUvndr, naY',Oc!~r22~ I The oaz'ish is also distributine[aooroved. That film is "The Man Thrush, Carpentersville, Illinois orl| ddmonstration debate with St ]natatorium,with a,student] 4:30 The Early Show "The House ]10.20 La~ednesday Oct g25 [11 30 Flame" B .~ [t0 parents a set of suggestions l with the Golden Arm." can 426.54s7. l] ~I~I~UII l~ll.l~ll~II [ ' " ,~mare 'rive ~te s to ~ + ,;:^ ~.~[lounge and locker room mclnues/ on 92nd Street" A:I ] 9:00 Early Show "The Remarkable[ Da ~,~- a r P /for narents on how to sunervise[ What Next? ~L~ I~ I of November I '- ~'+'-'~ '?" ".".'-'.- "-"+.'+- '+':'[ the Thief" A.II /10. o Late'+Sho~v'"Without Love" B[10.30 THEM nday',pOctG23. [the dating of their children Williams wrote that restraint inch, Contracts, -inch, 13 consecu-/I Rr I nounceu ior uamplon Jesuit nigh/12:25 The Late, Late +~now "~nel "" Thursday Oct 2S 110:2~ Tho r'~*"--"~' '.'~,~,~ - -- [= ~----~" ttve weeks" $1 95 weekly for a totalll -~. v~o ~lll I ,I[school here by the .Very Rev / ~n,nmg rtour A- ~ 10:20 Later.Show "Northwest Mount- ~ /~ tory at:~ea i[ A~I~NCY [ of $2548 Contracts ~A-inch 13 con-ll Adam. "/ ~,1 ~ /'- I Wednesda~ Oct. 25 ' " H ~ ' ' ' + In FREEPORT, . eo ~'ouceA- Tuesday Oct 24 ~ [ rr~v . kl for o-,~z, i, rreeporl I [IHoward E. Kalb, S.J presldent./ 4:30 The Early Show Dixie A-II FridaY' o . I :, I . . - I,I ~"'+~".v".~'~'v'-" I secuuve weeks: $3.7S wee y I] ,~, rreepor~ I 10 15 The Late Show China Gate [ ct 27 T tu zo [ne Late ~now Swordsman ,r~UK~-~ ~-- I| I ,J~ [}Proiected cost of the buildimz is] :, ' I g 00 Early Sh~w "And Now o-/' A-I " I IA/nI#A, I II nr I I,r~o~ff ~.: I ~ total of $4s.14. l [ I ~ll~~ I .~^^~'^^^ ~+ 1 ~,'" . morrow" A-II [ Wednesda-- -~ ~ i]llUlll~l ~* Ul~l[~l [ I rnono,u~ """ I It Pays To Advertise ~00000 IZ la lne Late Late ~now "~traw- t'AI Y ~ " I,' 10:20 Late Show State Secre " 10 25 The Late Show "L I ~ ~- ,~ ]1 Fa+her Kalb said the "re' nn[ berry Blonde" A-II ] " T " a Strada B ~l " Ill ~' ( ] I, ~,II pl ~y~ ,I]. Thursday, Oct 2e .~ ] WOC, Channel 6, Davenport ILO.25 The I~aU~eSasahY~wU'e't~,2fi---~: II Ill I I I For S,rv . C, TW 2. 9n III uLanno 0tllllbr IAllUll I I I o :ii:u 2 ou; o:! !iil,: :: iiI r a eai-;Sh2o2{w2: r:~c:::::y1050tPre~;!ii~ci.~ff2ce Back 8::T,S::uSr~a~U;:N{:hO3t9c~.tR:i~fi:!v:il .GEA~ianees !1 II s II I CO CO "~w' main campus from Lucey hall, ~:30 The Early' Show "Outcast" 12:30 FRONTIERS OF FAITH r "Dese~'.t Fox" A II,! " [ Fifth " I II I All 11:15 Premmre Performance Sec-11:30 The Blg Move "Royal Wed. l U ,d + o I.I " 'TTON,L/ II II I I For A I~ wut oegln snoruy. 1 : ond Chance" A-II d ng" A-II I1 IIGW lUGa IIIIIJI O. I I ] + I I I SAND--OKAVla.--I~LU+. m~H:KIA~ III Genevo, Illinois I I II:D~ the Late Late ~now "J.nanK [ ,| v v. n.~.~ I -- ',Monday Oct 23 Sunday Oct 22 North Aurora [ Your Lucky Stars A I1 Rt 25 I Qnality and LOW COST I+------------I - 12:00 Movie Ma'tinee' "Hills of 12:30 FRONTIER~ OF" FAITH I . ' I+I II I! I n;~ meP+;~o IP v -.- :./ wt~, ~nannel 3, Madison ] Home" A-I [10:30 Humphrey Feature Theater[1 " Ill I-'---/ I ~ i/lill/llilll~,l~ "-"r~-. o~y .~ ,~w '" Saturday Oct 21 Tuesday Oct 24 "So This Is Love" A-I I " "~ PAR i Dial I THE ^B'En'''' ]10.30 Theater Th't'ee "The Marau 12:10 Movie Matinee "Crossroads" ~ I Phone Main 45--Stockton III "~O~R ,n,~**~*. Po"0y i,I I WELL DRILLING II PARKSIDE I I + .ADams ~-4513 I+ ~, 3 KVrK f.'^ .d+ers': .B I A'~ednesday. Oct 25 Credit for inventing the' stave-- I II Symbal of 5e u+ tit;" II N.L. mTZ II roo MART I I I!- ],+uu ~n~egntA.Miov,e bam 'ersL12:10 NMO~i~,~a;~nee "Virgil in the+lines and spaces in musical nota-[. Automatic W er Sys m, Ill MEATS--GRORERIES--PRODUCE I ~f~'~ -- Sunday Oct 22 s " . I Shop In Th,s Most Modern ,I Thursday Oct 26 ltlon -- goes to an 11th centur,l| 111 TR 9 1243 II Shop. In Th~ Most Modern I K~ 11"30 THE CHRISTOPHERS 9 " ' ," ,7 ~" ~ '~" ~ P " Com lete " I Since ~S Ill ~12100 KNOW THE TRUTH ]1 :i0 ~vI:nv,!eA.~ ~atlnee Valley of the]italian Benedictine, Guido D'Arez-ll TWO LOCAT'ONS r l 3is N. Prolrlo BATAVIA II I k ~h, I |[~ Jl~rrv l~l~wl~r~ ~[ WNBQ, Channel 5, Chicago [ .Friday: Oct. 27 . zo. II ~11 . MONROE, WIS. II Warehouse-203 Houston I l"'a "o,*,d t, P*,k I /I P A " Saturday oct 2, ]12:10 ,Mfi ,e Matinee "My favorite1 -II I[I ~k~'~'~ " ~'~5 00 MI "atlBne e at 5' Kiss' Me Dead WIsN,WHe"channel~ 12 Mdwaukee " " - ~--t J I- "'--'--'~"--"--"--'--'--i " "--1, [ Harvard, II!. lYai~irday Nigh'i ~t the Movies Sunday O;'t 2~ ] SHURTLEFF and Co. ii ~+ ~ II TIERNEYS SWAY FOOD I t LOVE S PARK- I "The Desert Fox" A-II S30 SACRED,= " I " O en N,tes Sunday JEWELRY I I+ ,-,^- 0 +llO:lO Movie 5 "The Fuzzy Pink:10145 The Big Movie "Nightmare Al- +l Shurfleff Service II ~ L'~ II - I, I ~.~,~lVlr/~l~l I, I!1~. I]~ ~111~1MIII1~1~ ~ K~[ Nightgown" A-It i ley" B +l I',1 ~.lll~i~lg~-~lZ-I + ~ I!1 Amp,e I[,Elgln--Hamilton--Bulova Watches [ K~ ~ 12 30 THES~?Hy' OI~t 22UR I Friday, Oct. 27 ', Satisfies" I ~ Cenlrello Brond Groceries l= Rosarles I I o.n' ll.oo ImllWSl ~] 1100 Channel 5OpiCayhouse "The[10:45~lhye ~gR"%Ovie Monkey on I III ooo++ II Woshlngton Ave. I, +,+ I I1~ I~qAll~.glIMI/]~k~ Green Glove" A-II I c + IILumber and Buildina I[I -- - - III n;n ;. ,ll Ill 5416 North Second Streot i I *Acoust+cs I~ 6S NORTH AYER STR" EET ~]II~i~05 ~ dVnmg~t ~ hv ieD~neT~+ Ki~ietr[il),"0"~ro~Sva'~T~{:aYtt;2c~'t~:l,':'=:~"~an I Material ~" I I DODO[ TRUCKS -- SlMCA -- VALIANT -- LANCER I I ' I-:" --' .~ Is Loose" A-II,:5," " g ~ Wednesday Oct. Desire' A-U I r Re utation Is Yourrant I I+ +I I II II w,mM S,0E S+0,E II BUm S0NS WHtney 3-$42S ~ 4'05 Movie 5 Mat;nee "The Naked 12"30 Pa+ama Playhouse"Battle SERVING OU p Gua ee H E ~"~, Street" A-11 + HeIl" A-I P ELGIN MARENGO l I[,' Plumbm Heatm C -: ---- tl I+ I 'Sh for the Entire Family' 11 "g, "g ontra Iors " I[I Kitchen Aid Dishwashers ----- ~dallll:l~UJl?l tl HARTLAND Ill . Ill For Men For Women I[I III!?IIE~InpFIEoaRB/;I~;Sn ~ 1 2E!3!'O3LE 'I I' wGeR s RE g a New or Used Car. Prescriptlan Specialist, and 215 Hall Street "Our Business is Growing" ALPINE NURSERIES 5119 East Stale Street Rockford EX 9-0941 30 MINUTE DRIVE IN EXCHANGE SERVICE Over 1000 New and Rebuilt Radiators In Stock At Our New Locations 769 NORTH MADISON STREET ROCKFORD RADIATOR REPAIR, Dial WO 8-9871 QUALITY CLOTHING FOR THE MAN,WHO CARES The University Shop 124 East Lincoln Hwy. DeKALB Gede Clark Phone 6-5614 COLLINS Y. SUNDBERG Winnebago County Coroner THE SUNDBERG FUNERAL HOME Conveniently Located to' Serve Catholic Fomiliel in Aft Parishes WO 2-7743 -WOOD HOME 420 North Main Street Rockford Serving Since 1856 MARSHALL B. WOOD says: Let help you. CALL NOW ' Free Esfimafes and Planning Service Financing fo fit your needs. McGIRR EQUIPMENT CO. MASSEY-FERGUSON and NEW IDEA FARM EQUIPMENT SALES AND SERVICE 802 South Fourth St. Phone 6-5722 (Mike Plesa, Prop.) DeKalb Pagel's Rental Purchase Plan P I' r, ,* ~,~, Complete Line of Package age s r ew home r'lan Goods Pagel's Trade In Plan Pa el's 1 o Pin East L,ncoln H,ghway "k g,Down n I " ' Pagel s Work Credit Plan [i DEKALB I Almost Anyone Can Buy a Home li New Homes and Apartments I+i Now Available II " lil JACK HITCHCOX'S L)are to Compar, II Cork 'n Bottle Construct,on Co. [[ E.OUS oooo I~ ~ 536 Wl.dsor Road II1' Complete Line of Package Goods [] ~ ~ Rockford, ,ina, III , Call TR 7-7804 II Jio Today i 323 E. LOCUST DEKALB "Where Cars are Sold at a Savings and Serviced to Satisfaction." FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON THUNDERBIRD 237 Throop St. FE 8-2440 Woodstock, Ill. R. W. COPELAND, R.PH. Telephone 459-0232 Crystal Lake RONAN & BURCH MORTUARY 310 Oak Street DeKalb, Illinois Supply Co. 214 E. State St. Rockford LAMPS ELEVATOR Sales & Service William Lamps 3103 Wallin Rockford Dial WO 5-0626 m l Wait'Ross-Allanson FUNERAL SERVICE CO. 51-59 Center Street ELGIN ALGONQUIN WM. L. HOWE GENERAL CONTRACTOR "Since 1930" Dial SH 2-1134 717 Linden Ave. ELGIN COAL and OIL 24 Kimball Street Elgin, Illinois Everything for the Office McFarland OfficeI Equipment Co. FURNITURE FILING EQUIPMENT 227 So. Church Dial WO 3-0427 Rockford, Illinois Henry Lindberg CARPETS -- BEDDING FURNITURE 21B SOUTH MAIN STREET ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Blaisdell Street MEAT MARKET Kenneth J. King, Proprietor Wholesale and Retail Meats 1352 glalsdell St. Rockford DIAL WO 3-3313 Refrigerators and Freezers I~+~ I I I I I,I~u~LIII I I'~11 I,~ I All Makes - All Models I/I SOUTII ELGIli PHARMACY III m .o+.: I We Deliver Anywhere Ill o . :+: 0 II I Kelvinator General Electric II Thiel's Drug Store I I]1 CLIFFORD THIEL, Pharmaclsl I/ Expert Prescription Service ~ *" II '" o+" +""'++2 I I~I ELGIN II " . Frigidaire II' I1 1823 Locust Street, Sterling "S III HUBERT iii A. J. ZIMMER PHARMACY l|l ~ .- - III Farm Machinery and Hardware Benton St. Woodstock, l/I ~. J. nuaert, R.rn. li~ 124 lil. IIITel. Federol 3-043~Woodltoek III Pho? E~. +~.3 IJl . III Vlrgll~ Inlnoll itl w. Giu. 's B,amp.II