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4A OUR SUNDAY VISITOR The Observer Edition January 6, I95~ BY BILL MACAFEE A number of diocesan teams Norton. took part in holiday tournaments. All of them advanced to later rounds in tournament play. None of the teams won championships. Community of Sterling, playing in the Morris tourney, defeated Crete-Monee 70-56. Joe Bittorf led the Comets with. a total of 24 points. Bill Stotzer chalked up 18, Mark Papoceia 12, and Jim Gr'en- nan 12. The Comets had their big inning in the third period counting 24 points to the opponents' 9. In second round play, Com- munity bowed to DePue 42-56. In their final tournament game, the Comets met the host school. The play was more ragged as both teams were playing a consolation match Morris won 53 to Com- munity's 46. ROckford's Tommies entered sec- ond round play at Marengo by de- feating Harvard 44-43. Box score: Harvard 43 fg ft pf tp R--, ,3, 111 Grieshop Menge 6 1 1 13 Houlihan Lane Cook Hoffman 1101 Smith, g 112 22 4 4 Mitchell, g Flares, g 0 2 0 0 3 Totals West Chicago (52) b ba ft fta p Gustafson, f 5 10 1 5 2 Cook, f 00 1 1 1 Anderson, f 27 5 6 4 Wheeland, 38 4 5 4 Tinnes, c 01 0 0 2 Shaw, g 416 6 8 5 Stahl, g 19 5 7 5 Totals 5K22 St. Edward 8 17 16 12--~'53 West Chicago 10 17 12 13--52 In semi-final play, St. Edward's met Hinckley. At the end of the first half they held an advantage of 28-24. Hinckley shortened the margin by one point in the third period. In the fourth quarter, Hinckley ran up the baskets that set the final score at St. Edward's 45, Hinckley 52. St. Edward's played Braidwood for third place Marmion at DeKalb was elimi- nated by Waterman. The Cadets held a one-point lead at the end of the first period. In the second quarter they faltered and never 10 4 ~ regained their stride. The game 0 1 0 l was close but Waterman held the 0 1 0 1 edge at the final whistle 57 to Mar- EDITORS SIGN PENSION PLAN Newspaper history was made this week when, what is claimed was the first pension plan ever drawn up between the American News- paper Guild and any publisher, was completed between the ANG and the Michigan Catholic of Detroit. Among the principals in the nego- tiations were, left to right: Philip W Stackpoole, general manager; Ray. Hubert A. Maine, editor; Dan S. Holefea, pension consultant; Edwin W. Scott. executive secretary. Newspaper Guild of Detroit, and Anthony J. Beck o-f the Michigan Catholic. (NC Photos) [Sr. M. Matthew IAttends Seminar South Bend Woodstock--Sister Mary Math- ew, C.S.C., principal of St. Mary's*:-~L high school, with another membe~ of the faculty was invited to attend~ a meeting for high school teachers at South Bend during the holidays. The Congregation of the Sister :of the Holy Cross had a seminal" for members of the Community teaching in high schools at the motherhouse., Mother Kathryn Marie, Provincial, delivered an ad- dress of welcome. Subjects of discussion were: "Christian Foundation in the Cath- alia Secondary School," "Motivao ~on in Religion Class' discussed [by the Rev. Edward Wiatrak, S.J., !from St. Ignatius high school, Chi* !cage. Mr. Frank Ciszczon present- ed a paper on "The Encyclicals in the High School Program." Sister !Mary Edward, C.S.C., spoke on ,, Occupation Gmdance. The Hey; Roland Simonitsch, C.S.C., of Notre Dame university made the closing address entitled "The Reo ligious Teacher in a Changing World" The Congregation of the Sister of Holy Cross conduct St. Mary's high school and grade school at Woodstock and also St. Joseph'B grade school at Harvard. Community Students Hold Dance Jan. 4 ........... mion's 53. Sterling -- Members of the St. Thomas ..... m ~ ~ ~ ........ m junior class at Community high Greaff 1 4 1 6 Flaying in ~ne Knights oJ: Col- "1--- . . school entertained at the first dance C olombl .3S 5 9 umbus tourney at Rockford, the ~ | m :of the New Year in St. Mary's ltallS v),1~ A lo iV m i Jangzak 0 1 1 1 CAY Club team composed of Ken- i parish Friday night, Jan. 4. The Norton 5 0 3 10 nedy, P. Drummond, J. Drum-, dance was held as a benefit for the Pfulger 0 2 2 2 mend, Magnuson, Larson, LeberI Madrid (RNS)--Two hundred Roman Catholic priests:Newman Center Building fund. Totals ~ ~ ~ ~ and Evans, won the opening game [ will bo ent from , nain overv v~ur tn h~ln roli~v~ the clergy Formal attre was not required. .......... ~ " -~ ~ ......... ~" ............... rma r In the semi-finals St. Thomas by defeating Genoa 37-35 .~...+_.~^ ~-. V~4-;-.~ A~,~,~....... A]~,~,~. +,~ ~;~,~, ~,,o;.~;.-., No G ennan and Barbara me~ nononegan ox ~OCKLUn, ~v ~ I~_ *~1_ __ ~__ _1__ _~ ~1~__ I_"~''. ~" --..,~-- "~**~"~" "~" ~ ..... W~a,~n~ nlnvo,~ thoir host brant] of At the he~inninff of slav Sunday. [ ~.1orclllO y t~oiizal~z (J1 bilbaO. I Baroara t~regorius and william i~all"in'the-'thiri"quarter, outscor- Jan. 6, stan~ing~s i the CYA[ Bishop Morcillo made the announcement on his return:Giblin, publicity; Robert Burke lea ue will be and Robert Thoman, refreshments ing the opponents 20-2 In other g " : . . [from a tour of Central and South America in his capacity as i l t w ~ pe~. . permds Hononegah accumu a ed st Joseph's 4 o 1000|president of La Obra de Coopera-O [aa,.J ~, --.. , enougn poin~s ~o win o~-4#, st: Rita's 0 0 1~000 clan Sacerdotal Hispanomericana * I# * t vvlaer Muss Awenaance St.'Edward's--~--Elgin, playing sS~-e~daryH'seart 32 I (W:rkshOfmPer~ecSat~Y" Cooperation inlnungarmn v~car [Urged To Mark Centenary . ' . m:he~ M~S~he:a~t ~V~e~inpln~a; S~~:~ia~sel ] ! "iii To date, 83 Sp:nish priestshave Gem Reported l oS Clf U%u no; C cVo2js game, the Green and White de- Annunciation. i 2 '333, been. sent by. the Obra to Cuba, I . ~ J ~t a | t;ttll~u--ll^A UlI~'--"~.]lall lll~t'=" L~tlbllXUl'--=*l-t'f'l E,U*A ~,t,E.~llU--'&----'~ ~ foa+od West Chica~o 53 52 st. Thereses 0 S .000[ Mexico, Nicaragua, Colombm, l~ ~[e~ ~r~so~ [~ ..... ~ .... ;.~ ~ ...... . ...... "~ Box score " " venezuem, zscuaaor, ~m,e -.u .-ix- " ~ fre ntl ......... Bt .ard '"'b b.,t,,.. Before the bolldays hegan, ent ; o ef2rOUe re: edl London--( O -- G.lall00 e ni enrs r?% t ear:r "3 Joyee f 2 S 0 2 ~ Aurora s CatholicGrade School[ Dy ...... p -- [Matrai, who has served as Vicar|of Father Francis Pierz, renowned Caugi~lln. f O 1 0 0 ~ league occupied these spots in the[~:tr:;:nnm~4~?a approvea oy me,General of the Esztergom archdio [missionary, in territory now com- Dougherty, f 0 0 0 0 1 standings" I *~'= ,, - a ", ...... prisms me ~mcese Campagna, f 1 4 1 3 S " w ' --t| ........ "~ _leese in Hungary, has been sen-[ Paul e 10 20 4 102 St Jose.~h's 2 0 ].~ ] rrmszs assigner oy me ~vra gu I tence~ ^ ........ ;, ~;o... ~.. ~t ~ --St Mary's 2 0 1 000 [ ~u ~,. ,~,,~,~ u, ,, . : Ibroadcast' Re~ ~" " ~" " " *[[" - " " [ " hr e to u ~.,urz, accoruln~ ~o a repor~ St Nicholas 1 0 1 000 basis, sermng for from t e HAVE SOFT WATER I Good Counsel 1 1 .'500[ fiw ........ ~, **.-,'*u ,,=*~'^ ,~^~+i-n, ~-f re- by Vat,can Radm. /I I Ae nnne tBt Therese'Smch.ei,s 00 11 .000000 roaming ....... or returning to Spain| The Vat,can broadcast ,dentlfied[I No E,u,,.* ,o S., I ~J~10J J~JJJ~ St: PeterWs 0 1 :0o0[when their term has expired. They|Monsignor Matrai as an associate|| Culligan Soft Water Service Co. [ Holy Angels 0 ~ .000[ will come from all the Spanish die-I of His Eminence Josef Cardinal[[ Servieing---Huntley--ory [ ]ceses and will be given a prelim-[Mindszenty, imprisoned Primate off| .Fox River G~ove---Algom~uln l , And Cry~al Lake I ......... i~.. . ........ ~Fer inary six-months special indoc-lHungary It stated that he had[l .._ , _ [ " ~ r~ Main /el 423 Crystal Lake |ele none z~y W I P " II .................. /trination course before saflmg/been approached to ]oln the move-[| .... I ~ ~[for the New World. The priests |ment of the "patriotic priests" and[ ~ .' CARL RIETESEL ...... J~ ~[I[T_ _lJ ..... ~twfll serve m estabhshed dmcesesJhad refused to do so. I __ ...... - UPHOLSTERING I15 YY cocun~s ~[and not m mlsslonary jurmdm-I Monsignor Matraiwasappointed~ ~=~ .... fm ..... . r .~ James R. Shipl~, in St. James Pro-Cath-|vines." Bishov MorciUo declared, [ Andrew Hamvas of Csanad as Ap-[| 'r,nn,ve ,"***,:n^u ,,,**nffin [ | T ~ ~ v z all I I ' " " [ explaining the Spamsh hxerarchy s [ ostohc Admmxstrator of the arch- | | r,**,n.~v [ | /It~ I~1 li ~w6 I~ ]| Miss Juno Catherine Eintzel and Dean|plans to help meet the need far,diocese and thus end the term of ........ Sprague Rugs, by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. ' ...... A W SCHMELTZER Mane er CONSTRUCTION 0 rmsts xn the S amsh s eakmg wear capltular of Ms r Mxklos I GENERAL CONTRACTORS I [ Dee. 20. | countries overseas. /tseresz~oczy, a pro - communlsti| Lumber and Buildi~ Material | Miss Frances Mihm and Richard Dem- riest and leader of h " atrioti I AND BUILDERS [~ing Jr by the Rt Rev Msgr W G] "In 1948, Spain had 28,610|p ..... t e p c/I Cement, CoaI, Feed and Paints [ I Phone McHenry 1S2 [~ M~%i~DOEfRSEt. Peter:: ~heur~,2e~ar27ish [ priests for its 28,369,715 inhabi-/priests movement. I ~ I [ 100 BORDEN ST. MHENRY [|and Paul I Zvonor hy the Rev J Ttants, or one priest for every 991l | | 1 Egan of St." James church, Dee 29. " " persons. But there were only / r 20,841 priests for the 111,500,000| inhabitants of the Latin Ameriean l I1~ g / __ _ m | | | continent and the Philippine archi-[ K s I h $1 I I ~ Jk~ pelage, or one priest for every] I1~ U | I1~ I ~ q~ ~ nm U II~ 5,347 inhabitants." ! "Even greater," Bishop Morcfllo FRIZOL & BECKMAN added, "w~s the disproportion be- FLOWERWOOD tween the number of seminarians AUTO PARTS FLOWERS FOR ALL OCCASIONS Tel. 14 Highways 14 & 176 Crystal Lake ml STERNE LUMBER CO. PHONE 212"LUMBER -- MILLWORK PHONE 212 PAINT --- HARDWARE -- GARDEN CRAFT 131 Woodstock Ave. Crystal Lake, III ALEXANDER LUMBER CO. CRYSTAL LAKE & McHENRY, ILL. FUELS and EVERYTHING FOR THE BUILDER I J FOR THE FINEST IN CLEANING Crystal Lake -- Vogue Cleane~ : McHENRY CLEANER8 Crystal Lake -- Phone 127 108 Elm St. A~ney -- Diani's Bros. -- Car~, 111- Tel. 10~M Tel. C~'y 2441 in Spain and in the overseas areas, Spain had one seminarian for 141 N. 4th St. De Kalb, IlL every 3,701 faithful, whereas there was only one for every 25,565 in|| u a..*'*nP~, .,.~n~ ~ .~,-- l Hispano-America." [[ n~LL~K~ LU~tDgK ~,~., !1~. I J Bishop Morcillo said it was "_up LUMBER PAINT BUILDI IJ -- -- NG MATERIALS I De Kolb, II! help in solving what is such all I grave problem in Latin America." [m | Dominican Fresco P ARMACY 60 Yords Square I!m Itl M Id L. Dublin--(NC)--Apriest-artist,/I ,:...,..=_,. .... Ill DeX,.B. ,LL |g| jattired in dungarees ins;tead fhiso " [I ............... """" II! WM. M. MERCER. R.Ph. J-- "Dominican habit, is painting a 60-]| Phone 744 DeKalb. IlL JJJ "'~'"~'":.~'.~,"'~"~'~'" J square-yard fresco, "The h-:umph[l .... Ill "" "" "'"'"'" """" I of the Cross," over the high altarl~|~ at St. Saviour's Dominican Church in Limerick. ARE YOU SERVICE GROCERY He is the Hey. Aengus Buckley, Supperfing those that make O.P., a native of Cork and 39 years & MARKET old. His dungarees manage to con- your diocesan paper possible? ceal his identity so that many who Tel. 701-702 visit the church daily are not aware of the unusual role played by the BUY FROM YOUR ADVERTISERS 518 E. Uncoln Highway, DeKelb .. priest:artist ............... '