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'SundaY, February 11, 1951 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR New Section--Page 7A College Opens Teacher' Course To Lay Students Winona, Minn.--(NC)--Courses e~emthe College of St. Teresa, here, ich have prepared nuns to teach entary schools, will be open to lay students for the first time next September, it has been an- nounced. The courses are an ex- tension of work of the St. Clare School of Education, organized by the college in 1920 to provide pro- fessional training for Sisters teach- ing in parochial elementary scl~ools. Special training in this field pre- viously has been offered chiefly during summer sessions. The program for the laity has been set up by the college to help fill the pressing need for teachers in this field, the college announced. Demand for more elementary teachers will be urgent for a num- ber of years, according to esti- mates made by the United States Office of Education. Federal stud- ies indicate 1,490,000 new teachers --an average of 149,000 a year-- will be needed in elementary and secondary fields in the next ten years. In June, 1949, latest year for which figures are available, 87,873 teachers were graduated by colleges and universities in the United States, but some of this Dumber did not teach. JOHNSON & Wl ESLAN D Plastering Contractors Accousticel Treatment No Job Too large or Too Small 1353 Fourth Ave. Tel. 3-3322 Rockford D " Plumbing Heating Repairing Air Conditioning THEY GUIDE KOREAN ORPHANS A member of the crew of the USS Eldorado, stands guard as a native nun of the Order of St. Paul prepares to evacuate the little tots at her orphanage to a safe llort in southern Korea, far from the line of battle. Defense Department Photo. (NC Photos) Funeral In Chicago Bowler Rockford--Funeral services were held in Chicago Thursday morning, Feb. 1, for the Rev. William L. Bowler, son of the late Mrs. Agnes Bowler of Rockford. A priest of St. Cornelius church, Chicago, Req- uiem Mass was celebrated in the parish church and burial made in St. Joseph's cemetery, Chicago. Father Bowler was killed in an automobile accident in Chicago. Survivors include a brother, Richard J. Bowler, Chicago, hus- band of the former Myrtle Gustaf- son, Rockford; three aunts, Mrs. Mamie Russell and Frances Kel- I ley, both of Loves Park, and Mrs. Florence Meehan, Camp Grant; and an uncle, John Kelley, also of Camp Grant. Knights Of Equity Chaplain Named To Head Crusade For Peace -, -,=mumk;n" Pittsburgh- (NC> - The su I lpreme Chaplain of .the Knights of |lEquity was placed in charge of lithe order's National Angelus Cru- |lsade for Peace at a Supreme Coun- Rockford Ilcil meeting in the organization's | I national headquarters, here. It Directing the crusade, aimed to l~get as many people as possible to -'.!%..I ~ 4~1~ |Isay the Angelus daily for veace, --,N, ,.-vvu., Ilwill be the Rev. Roy B. Morphy, |Jpastor of St. Jerome's Church, 1 ! 1 I 1~ /'..z..A |]East Rochester, N. Y. Father Mor- ess's.a u,. ~vurl |Iphy's program calls for distrib- |[ution of leaflets explaining the pro- 'ject, first proposed two years ago. Returns From Switzerland Madras, India--(Radio, NC)-- Archbishop Louis Math|as, S.D.B., of this See, was greeted with a re- ception, followed by Benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at the Cathedral, on his return here from Switzerland. The Archbishop had been resting in Switzerland since he completed his ad limina visit to Rome in July. Enioy Religious Sterling Rosaries Gold Plate and Sterling Medals Bride and Bridegroom Prayer Books HUNTER G. CUTTING ROCKFORD TRUST BLDG. ROCKFORD Illinois: Develop the Monday Night Shopping Habit In These Leading Department MONDAY STORE HOURS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE TUESDAY THRU SATURDAY, 9:30 A.M. TO 5 P.M. ROCKFORD 0+ ILLINOIS T Cardinal Urges Holy Name Men Pray For Peace New York--CNC)--lloly Name members throughout ~he United States have been urged to set aside Sunday, February 11. as a day of prayer for peace by His Eminence Giuseppe Cardinal Pizzardo, the Cardinal Protector of the IIoly Name society. The Cardinal's request was made in a letter addressed to the Fa- thers Directors of the diocesan Holy Name societies. A copy of the letter has been released by the Holy Name national headquarters here. Cardinal Pizzardo is Prefect !of the Sacred Congregation of Seminaries and Universities. "As Cardinal Protector," the let- ter said, "I earnestly ask you, Rev. Fathers Directors, with the con- sent of your Ordinary, to set aside, as a day of prayer, the second Sunday of February, the regular Communion Sunday of your sac|- ely, and the Feast of Our Lady of I,ourdes. The prayers of four rail- lien lIoly Name men of the United States should be a powerful ~lea before Almighty God." "The Church for more than 1,900 years has called Jesus 'Prince of Peace,' " the Cardinal's letter re- called. "To none other in the long history of the world has this title been given. Why? The answer is simple. Only Jesus brought to the world peace, true peace . o . "The angels promised it to 'men of good will': an indispensable con- dition of peace. This refers to the Holy Name men, specifically these 'men of good will' of the twentieth century, each profoundl~r and rev- erently bearing the name of the Prince of Peace, the Holy Name of Jesus." WELDEN RADIO SERVICE RADIO SALES and SERVICE -- Model Airplane Kits -- 1052 Charles St. Rockford VENICE TERRAZZO & TILE CO., Inc. Ceramic Tile and Terrazzo Floors Orchard Ave. and Auburn Rd. Tel. 46824, Rockford HEDRICK ELECTRIC CO. 201 7th ST. DIAL 3~3419 "EVERYTHING ELECTRICAL FOR YOUR HOME" DOYLE MOTORS CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH SALES and SERVICE 815 i. 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