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! PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1961 Honor roll students for the first[Muetze, Yvoune Oestet, Rita Pie- quarter of the 1961-62 school year lcinini and Kathleen Schweihs. were announced this week by the faculties of St. Thomas high school in Rockford and Mt. St. Mary academy in St. Charles. Of the 15 students named at St. Thomas, William Sparks, a junior, won top honors with a straight-A average. St. Thomas Roll Others on the honor roll at St. Thomas were: SENIORS--James Clarke, Gary Johnson, Thomas Maser, David Newton and Gary Suoja; and JUNIORS -- Thomas Chapman, Frank Marinelli, Hans Rokus, Ronald Schreiber, Michael Dolan, Michael Douglas, John LeTour- neau, Jeffrey' Marchini, 'and Le- Roy Juliano. Thirty-nine students qualified for the honor roll at Me. St. Mary academy. According to class, they were: SENIORS -- Phyllis DeBruyne, first honors; and Jeanne DePauw, Kathleen Echterling, Carol Go- recki, Camille Hanson, Marianne Loonardi, Kathleen Nazzarini, Mary Sue Quincannon, Vivian Schimberg and Sylvia Sedey, second honors. JUNIORS--Victoria Dolezal and Pamela Hall, second honors. SOPHOMORES -- First honors: Elaine Albert, Margaret Burke, Sue Johnson, Linda Taylor, and Marllyn Whelan; Second honors: Carol Adeszko, Anita Benson, Jo- anna Dallesasse, Susan Haney, Virginia Leonardi, Valentine FRESHMEN -- Second honors: Sheila Ontill, Cynthia Essig, Pa- tricia Everitt, Elizabeth Farrell, Nancy Farrell, Judy Kollar, Mary Helen Kunches, Mary McNerney, Mary Ann Olson, Nancy Oster, Katherine Palmer, Cynthia Sea- lisa, and Sharon Tracy. Highest honors at Boylan high school were awarded to the fol- lowing students who maintained a four point average: SOPHO- MORFA--Rosemary. Bovio, Patri- cia Dolan, Patricia Haverstuhl and Mary Jane Logli; and FRESHMEN--Mary Walton Meriting first honors were: SOPHOMORE, S--Donna Marie Ho- gan, Kathleen Harezlak, Suzanne Nicholas, Charles Powder and Ste- phen Weeg; and FRESHMEN-- Lynne Means, Paul Fazio, James Campion, John Gozdzialski, Ro- bert Novak, Ninette Basile, Ste- phen Backenkeller, Diane Baud- huin, Kathleen Clutter, Kathleen Krein, Sara Spence, and Susan Schwindamen. Second honors were held by the following: SOPHOMORES -- Lor- etta Fiorello, Janice Goryl, Mary Jo GUzzardo, Heidi Baisch, Cheryl Gandolfi, Victoria Krein, Paul Shales, Prudence Warner, John Barton, Thomas Boyle, Dennis Ferraro, Elisa Gaziano, Michael Mejia, James Pilarski, Colleen Russell, and Daniel Shomler. Also FRESHMEN -- Dennis Duchon, Allen Bell, Julia Fischer, Mary Prohaska, Sandra Rowe, Bernadette Vettore, Roberta Ba- raniak, John Dillon, Michael Clif. ford, Michael Knope, Teckla O1- son, David Reincke, Joseph Sal- rata, Thomas Smith, Donald Ed-, gren, Nancy Giorgi, Alan Hain- chek, Joann Terranova, Richard Wonase, and Gregory Zyvert. Musical Variety Will Be Staged At St. Procopius LISLE -- A mammoth musical a By DORIS REVERE PETERS Dear Parents: Following is a letter I thought might particularly interest you. From your letters I know that most of the time you agree with the advice of this column even though we are not always on your side. Couldn't a mother and two daughters who obviously have a great deal of respect for their parents convince this father that he is being unreasonable? Doesn't the father realize that girls 17 and 18 should have some kind of social life? Doris Dear Doris: My sister and I would like your advice on a certain problem. She is 18 and already out of high school and I will be 17 soon. We are the only girls in a family of eight and are considered nice decent girls by everyone in the community. I could ask you a hundred ques- tions on prob- lems with father but right now I wish to ask your advice on this [no way of seeing them because he i will not stand for it. WE HAVE AN UNDERSTAND- ING mother and we love and re- spect both of them. We don't want to spoil our reputation by sneak- ing out. We don't expect him to let us do everything we feel like doing, but we do feel that we should be allowed to have a little bit of good, clean fun. We want our father to trust us. We see nothing wrong in doing any of these things so please tell us if we are wrong in wanting to do this or whether our father is being unreasonable. Rosemary and Terry Dear Doris: I had my 12th birthday in October and would like to get a paper route but my Dad says no because my grades are not good in school. I would study as soou as I was finished with my route. My Dad says maybe I could get a route when I am 13. We would like your advice. Unsigned If your father thinks you are too young to handle a paper route I would go along with him. Mter all he knows you better than any- one else and he also knows the area in which you would have to work. iveryda, y Pr0b- Doris Peters IF HE DOESN'T approve mere- em ooys My -- " fly because your school grades are father seems to have a dislike for r ou have onl one thin to Ipoo Y Y g i them, espectally any boy who do. Study hard and achieve good wants to be friendly with us. Two marks Prnvf~ tn him vnn can dn boys who dared to ask our father better'in-sc~oo~l "an"~t J;guV c-ou'ld to let us go for a ride only got handle the route. a long lecture but no ride with us. YOU MAY NEED some help HE CANNOT STAND the thought in learning how to study. Check of letting us go out on dates, not in school; or ask your father to, you begin. Pick a quiet spot with no TV or radio. Have a good light. Good study habits will help you reach your goal now -- better grades and the paper route. They will help you even more in high school. Dear Doris:- I go to an all girls school. We are having a formal dance and I have asked a boy to go. Who pays for the tickets? Who pro- vides the transportation? (Neith- er of us drives). Who pins on the corsage? Troubled dancer You pay for the ticket. While the boy usually provides the transportation in this case a few of you could get together and en- list the aid of your parents. One could drive you to the dance; another pick you up after it is over. Unless there is a tradition con- cerning the corsage it's best to have someone skilled with a pin to pin it on. Dear 'Doris: I have a serious problem. While my mother was in the hospital my best friend wanted to go out with this boy but she wanted me to go along. My boy friend and I went with them. My boy friend's mother and my mother are good friends and now my mother thinks I was trying to sneak while she was gone when really I was just helping out my friend. C.W. I think a truthful explanation to your mother Woul~be a good be- ginning. A promise to obey and not be so easily led (even by your best friend,) would also help re- MT. ST. MARY KATHY NAZZARINI ST. CHARLES -- During the )ast week, the student council: )resented the rest of the school )ody with a challenge in the form )f a "Student Government Day." All activities, from rising bell to "lights out," were under the care- ful handling of the students with each class under the supervision of a chosen student teacher. The Sisters were given an op- portunity to visit all the classes and seemed to enjoy their view from the other side of the desk. Congratulations to the Student Council for this profitable and en- joyable day. Father Terrence, O.S.B of Marmion spoke to the parents and students last Sunday on "Teen- Age Problems" and demonstrated that he is a master in this field. MULDOON CYNTHIA PAGE ROCKFORD--The cheerleaders with the permission of Sister Agnes Charles have organized a Pep Club to cheer the Tommies on to victory. Girls joining will make pom-poms of Tamale colors-- purple and white and learn all the latest cheers for future games. In order to purchase new statues of our Blessed Mother, a movie was shown last Tuesday for the enjoyment of all the stu- dents. The movie presented was "The Toast of New Orleans" star- ring Maria Lanza. The proceeds were added to the funds for the new statues. All Muldoonites are enjoying Farm fire losses in 1960 east about $165,000,000. Eight hundred and fifty lost their lives from farm fires. *-/ Thanksgiving holidays which com- menced Wednesday with a Turkey dinner with all the "fixins" served in the "cafeteria. Later in the day officers of the four classes, presi- dent of the Student Council, pre- fect of the Sodality, and president of the National Honor society presented a skit, Thanksgiving with the Flintstones, which ended with the traditional food shower for the Sisters. Winners of the poster contest held in the library for posters made for Book Week are: First Susan Schoening; second, Janett Jurasek; and third, Sally Duel: NEWMAN STERLING--"Mater et Magis- tra," Pope John XXIII's first and latest social encyclical will be the topic of a school-wide study at Newman Central Catholic high school. Sister Mary Denis, S.L a mem- ber of the executive beard of the. Midwest Unit of the Catholic Bust- ness Education Assn accom- panied by Sister Francis Theresa, principal of Newman, attended the recent meeting of the Midwest unit which centered on the social encyclicals, particularly, the en- cyclical "Mater et Magistra." Panel Discussions Sister Mary Denis will lead a panel on this encyclical at the December faculty meeting. Later a group of students will give a panel on the same encyclical to the student-council and various groups of students. At a final panel on the same subject, a group.consisting of fac. ulty and students will speak before the Home and School association. Five members of the Newman student council with Mr. rubs, Contractors-Suppliers [ HEATING AND PLUMBING Air Conditioning Automatic Sprinklers e Motor Rewinding Wiring Power Machinery Sheet Metal Work the faculty adviser, attended a meeting of the Illinois Association of Student Councils at Thornton high school in Thornton, a suburb of Chicago, Nov. 18. Attending from Newman were Mike Cesarek, John Kiefer and Gerry Drew,'se, niors; Carol DeNeve, junior; and Dan Friel, sophomore. MARIAN By JACK BURKE WOODSTOCK -- During the past week a talent show was spon- sored by the members of the Ca- tholic Mission Crusade for the student body. The talent show under the direction of Sister Do- lerine C. S. C. and Tom Phelan president of the C. S.'M. C was presented in the school gym Wednesday afternoon. Proceeds from the talent show went to the missions in Pakistan. Show Participants The school talent presented a variety of acts including music, songs, dances, and skits. Partic- ipating in the show were Chris- tine Thomas, who sang a solo;i John Chalmen end Dan Carlson who sang a duet; Beverly Smith, i Mickey Ganshirt and Jane Nye who sang a trio. A monologue was given by Mary Frazer. Sandy Het- terman and Karin Chevat present. ed modern dances. Instrument solos were presented by Dick Ma- guire, Frank Sweeney, George Boosert, Caroline Rennold, Mike Tellman, Sue Ripple, Janis An. sell, Ed Streich, Helena Siedlecki, Sharon Bruno, Carol Arnold, Gary Olson, and Tom Bufeld. Set Study Day Marian Y. C. S. members are making preparations for e bus trip to Mt. St. Mary in St, Charles Sunday, Nov 26, to at- tend a study day. New members of the Y. C. S. who attended their first meeting at Madonna high school in Aurora, were pleased end are anxious to attend their second Study Day. All Study days ~re composed of students from the surrounding schools. The new members at Marian are also look- ing forward to the day when they can give their own Study Day at Marian. The C. S. M. C. is visiting China Town today where the students will talk with Father Becka who will tell them about the great threat of Communism in thB world today. He will also describe the conditions in China today. AS an added attraction the students will be taught how to use chop sticks. DIAMONDS SILVERWARE WATCHES COSTUME JEWELRY Dwyer Anderson Jewelry Store of Distinction 1 ! 1 NORTH MAIN STREET ROCKFORD WO 3-2122 Agnes K. Dwyer Fall & Winter Vacations Hawaii -- Florida -- Nassau -- Arizona-- California - Caribbean Cruises -- Mediterranean Cruises -- ALL ARRANGEMENTS Air Rail Steamship Hotels Car Rentals YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN -- There Is no easy road to success. Plan now to prepare yourself for the business world by availing yourself of a thorough business training. Take the step that leads to SUCCESS. Two Year Degree Courses Accounting & Finance Business Management Executive Secretarial Administrative Assistant Automation Accounting Sales Management Medical Secretarial Legal Secretarial Diploma Courses Junior Accounting Secretarial Science Stenography Intensive Courses variety show featuring a cam- even for a coke. No movies, no about your reading level. The store her trust in you. ALDEN TRAVEL pany of over 150 singers, dancers dances no parties, not even with principal may have some sugges- (Doris Revere Peters answers 602-18 South Main Dial we 3-4857 eel Rockford Ill WOodland g 5853 and musicians will be staged by girl friends even if the parties are tions Develop a routine for home- letters through her column not Rockford, Illinois 4za ltn ~tr," St. Procopius college productions chaperoned. He will not let us work. These four steps may help. by mail. Please do not ask for a Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday, ask boys over to the house to play tSet aside a certain time each day personal reply. Young readers I~l~~f#r/#rJ/J//~ NOV. 29 and Dee. 2 and 3, at 8 records, or even to talk for awhile when you study best. Prepare are invited to write to her inI] KNABE-LESTER-S011MER [[[ s I$ Y,~, Dent' Know p.m. on the college campus, out on the lawn. He'll go into a books, pencils, paper, etc before care of The Observer.) II ~~ '----'.".':'.=': ,~ Entitled, "Music of the Twen- rage if he sees a boy wave at us ~ ~ll ~l and WURLITZER llANOS II| DIAMONDS ties," the show will include a or try to get into a conversation[ " ,ll WURLITZER ORGANS symphony orchestra and a jazz with us. ] Bob Woodward WURLITZER ORGANS I~ Know Your Jewelerl i band. Other forms of show bust- Weused to have nice friends at [ -.~--=-~ ~ I ill~ ]11 " " " (Music'sRichsstVelce) IJ --1 ~ hess of the Twenties featured will school who would be very glad telI 5ALE. III Used Pianos and Organs I/~ V / be the Ziegfeld Follies, vaude- ville, Broadway end the speak-visit us and meet out" parents, l[ = --"-- -r'---X I[I ' Convenient Term; I/~ ,~ Now that school is out we have [ Where you can save up to $500 on I I g et A easYThecabaret.production will be staged Ill KICn llano urgan I[| C A R L E. L[ N D Q U IS T Eyl/411llllll,/ll ~ J.ewelsr by the ReD. Mathias Kucera, t[ "WhereCars are Sold ato Savings I/! ~, 2~%, Maln st, III O.S.B with musical direction un- " iltRarYra ;cademy li to Satisfaction."- Ill Rockforod~ and Friday NitaFreeport ][~ 11S7 Sraadway Ph. we 3-2321 g der the Rev. Alban Hrebic, O.S.B."" ,ry . " " g, ~o.m.[l FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON II ! -- oinea with sound Lath-i| THUNDERBIRD |' Christmas Program o,;c education, buildsll ~,~lnroop 3t jr." a ~'~ I men. Accredited -year(I ~t~r' Tnroop ~L Woo~. ] . - I H.S. (college prep only).[ " )rill ROCKFORD -- St. James Sane- ,New 200-acre campus. tuary sodality will have its tSmall classes Under Ben- ~ r.-.~ Christmas meeting Dee. 6 in the ed~ctine Fathers. Sports The following is a moral estimata of motion pictures showing in the A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS church hall. The program will be all. 29th yr. 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L ~ ~ ' A-l--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR GENERAL PATRONAGE Including choice Absent Minded Pro- Gambler Wore a Gun Question 7 ~t ~'~3.~?'"~ of dessert and lessor Gorge Romanoff and Juliet 1~ ~W'* Z( beverage Green Helmet, The Sand Castle Alakazam The Great ta Claus llt~.~lt~'jl~ ~ [(I/r~ '~ BusL catedRoute n,Greyfrtar$ Bobby San Lk~,]~J~Jj)~ 30 All Hands on Deck Gunfight ',~,= a~-~und ,'~ ,'t- Man, The Hand in Hand Secret of Monte ~rts- "~ ~ ~ - East of Aurora Amazing Transparent Guns of Navarone ~ . Where Families Ben-Hur ' Honeymoon Machine,to Bernadette of The Serengeti Shall Not E"jOy D1H't[9 [~ Lourdes I Was a Parish Priest Die Beyond the Time Bar. Invasion Quartet Sergeant Was A Lady Tier Lad A Dog Seven Wonders of the ~ l Big Garnblc, The Ladies Man World Boy Who Caught A Last Dawn Silent Call ~e~ t~ ~ ) crook (was Boy Left Right and Cen- Snake Woman Who Found $100- te~ Snow White and the 000) ," Little Shepherd of Three Stooges Capture That Cap- Kingdom Come Sword and the Drag. sule Man Who Wagged His on Cimaron Tail The Tammy Tell Me True Cinderfella Maste~" of the World Teacher and tha Ctnerama Holiday Midsummer Night's Miracle Comancheros Dream Teenage Millionaire Make David and Goliath Mighty Crusaders Ten Who Dared Reservations Business Days of Thrills andMisty There Was a Crooked Laughter Modern rimes Man Now Men's Dentist inThe Mysterious Island Thief of Bagdad, The Chair,A Ntkkt, WildDog of Three Worlds of Gul- For Luncheon Desert Attack the North liver Holiday Served Dondi Ole Rex romboy and the Everything's Ducky One Hundred and One Champ Dinner At Noon Fabulous Worldof Dalmatians Town Like Alice Jules Verne On the Double Trouble in the Sky Parties Fldelio Operation Camel Valley of the Dragons FiveGolden Hours Nun and the Sergeant Something Wild French Mistress One-Eyed Jacks Spartacus Girl With A Suitcase One Plus One Stop Me Before I Kill Grass Is Greener Operation Eichmann Summer and Smoke Great War. The Plunderers, The Susan Slade The Singer, Not The Heroes Die Young Roman Svring of Mrs. Song Hustler, The Stone. The Three on a Spree King of the Roaring Return to'Payton rhundet of Drums 20's Place Town Without Pity (was Big Bankroll) Ring of Fire Tunes of Glow Loss of Innocence Two Women (was Greangage Rocco and His Unfalthfuls, The Summer) Brothers Virgin Spring (Swed. League of GentlemenSeason of Passion ish) Make Mine Mink Senechal, The May- West Side Stow Murder. Inc. nificent Wolf Larsen Ninth Circle. The Sins of Rachel CadeYoung One B--MORALLY OBJECTIONABLE IN PART FOR ALL Angel Baby House at Fright (was Proper Time Two Faces of .Dr. Purple Noon Bachelor Flat Jekyll) Right Approach. The Back Street 3azz Boat Sancttmry Big Show. Tha 3oker, The Bimho the Great Sex Kittens Go to Last Sunset College Blood and Roses Leda Shakedown Breath of Scandal Let's Make Love Sons and Lovers Carthage in Flames Look In Any Window SpIendor in the Grass Cry for Happy Love and the French- Squad Car Desire In the Dust woman Terror of the Tongs Entertainer. The Mad Dog Call Thunder In Carolina Esther and the King Man-Trap Too Late Blues Explosive Generation Matter of Morals Two Loves Foxhole in Cairo Marines, Let's Go 20,000 Eyes Girl in Room 13 Mary Had A Little G. I. Blues Mnlionairess Underworld, U.S.A. Vice Raid Warrior Empress, The Where tha Boys Are Hell to Etarnlty Parrlsh Wild in the Country Her Bridal Night Peeping tom Wonders of Aladdin (was The Bride Is Pharaoh's Woman World by Night Much Too Beautl- Portrait of a Mobster World of Suzy Wong Portrait of a Sinner Young Helions (was ful) Privates Live of High School Con- Herod, The Great Adam and Eve fidential) Five Guns to Tomb. Parent Trap, The Voyage to the.Bottom Minotaur stone Passport to China of the Sea Go Naked in the Most Dangerous Man Flaming Star Pepe Watch Your Stern World Alive Flight That Dlsap- Police Dog Story, The When The Clock Goodbye Again Nights of Rasputin peared, The Pied Piper of Hame- Strikes Head, The Paris Blues Flute and the Arrow Wings ot Chance 327 West Jefferson -- WO 2-5557 -- Rockford Air 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 TRUSTCOMPANY 401 EAST STATE STREET, ROCKFORD MEMBER FEDERALDEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. ,! Rockford s Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE Forever My Love Francis of Assist Frontier Uprising lin Pirates ot Tortuga Purple Hills Queen of the Pirates Wizard of. Baghdad You Have To Rua Fast A-II--MORAtLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR &DULTS AND ADOLESCENTS Atlantis, The Lost Great [mposter, TheScream of Fear Continent Gun Street Secret at the Deep Ballad of a Soldier Battle at Bloody Hand, The Harbor Beach Home Is the Hero Secret of the Purple Reef Beware at Children Homicidal Black Sunday Secret Partners Black Tights Hoodlum Priest Blue Hawaii 3"ourney to the Lost Secret Ways Blucpr[nt for Robbery City Seven Ways from Brainwashed Judgmcnt At Nurcm- Sundown Bridge The berg Shadow ot the Cat, Bridge to the Sun Konga The Canadians. The Last Time 1 Saw Ar.Sniper's Ridge Cat Burglar chic Song Without End Counterplot Long Rope, rhe S.O.S Pacific Cow and I Fhe Mal~ic Sword Stalag 17 Dead to the World Magolflcent Seven Steel Claw Deadly Companions Man in the Moon Sundowners Devil At 4 O'Clock Man Who Died- TwiceTess of the Storm Dr Blood's Coffin Mask. The Country Fanny Main Kampf Time Bomb Ferry to Hang Kong Naked Edge Tormented, The Ftercest Heart Neapolitan CarouselTrunk Flower Drum Song Operation Bottleneck Twenty Plus rwo Frantic Pit and the Pendulum Two Rode Together General Della Rovera Pleasura of His Com- Two Way Stretch Gidget Goes Hawai- pany Walk Like s Dragon Jan Possee Tram.Hell Walking Iarget Gold of the Seven Raisin In the Sun, A Weekend With Lulu Saints Risk. rhe White Warrior Goliath and the Drag. Rommel's Treasure Young Doctors, The on Sardontcus Young Savages A-Ill--MORALLY UNOBJECTIONABLE FOR ADULTS Ada Bl~ Deal on Madonna Crowded Sky All in A Night's Work Street Dark at tha Top of Anatomy ot a Syndl. Blast of Silence the Stairs cate Brealffast at riffany's End of [nnocence (was Big Operator) By Love Possessed Eve Wants to Sleep Angry Silence. The Claudette [nglish .Exodus Anna's Sin . Come September Facts of Life Armored Command Couch, The Fate of a Man Bachelor in Paradise Crimson Kimono Fever in the Blood, A -- CONDEMNED Adorable Creatures Love Game (French)Passionate Summer (French) Love is My Profes-Please, Mr. Balzac And God Created lion (Fr.) Woman (French) Lovers, The (Fr.) Port of Desire Baby Doll Lover's Return Pot Boullle (Lovers Bed ot Grass (Greek) (French) Paris).Fr. Bed. The (French) MademoiselleGo- Prime Time Breathless bette Private Property Cold Wind in August, MademoiselleStrip-Question of Adultery A tease (French) Rosanna Come Dance With Ma Magdalena Saturday Night and (French) Maid in Paris (FrO Sunday Morning Desperate Women, Marie du Port (FrO Savage ~ye The Mating Urge Sins of the Borglas (French) Expresso Bongo Miller's BeautifulSins of Mona Kent Green Carnation (wasWife Trials of Oscar Miss Julia (Swed- Smiles of a Summ~ar Wilde) tsh) Night (Swedish) Heroes and Sinners Mitsou (Fr.) Snow Was Black Husband for Anna, AMorn and Dad SteIIa (Greek) I Am a Camera Moon Is Blue, The The Green Mare Illicit Interlude Naked Night. The Third Sex (Swedish) (Swedish) Trials of Oscar WfldO Karamoia Nana (Fr.) Truth, Tha Lady Chatterley's Never On Sunday Wasted Lives and t~e Lover Night Heaven Fell Births of Twins Liane, Jungle God-(Fr.) Woman of Rome dess Oscar Wilde (Ital.) SEPARATE CLASSIFICATION (A ssparate C[assiflcatlon is 0ivan to c, rtaln films which, whi|a net morally offensive, require some analysis and txplanation as a protection to the uninformed against wrang Intemratations and falso eoncludanL) Martin Luther Case ot Dr. Laurent SuddeBly Last Storm Center Girl of the Night mer Anatomy of Murder Crowning Kx~ace Circle of Deception La Dolce Vita Never Take Ca~dy Adam and~ve King of Kings From A StSlm|~" ~