Newspaper Archive of
The Observer
Rockford, Illinois
February 17, 1961     The Observer
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 3     (3 of 12 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
February 17, 1961

Newspaper Archive of The Observer produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1961 THE oBSERVER PAGE 3 for ROCKFORD--After weeks of preparation, members of the Serra club of Rockford Speakers Bureau are ready to take on program assignments for parish organizations and other Cath-1 olic groups in and around Rockford. I Seventeen of the 31 members of the club are involved in this/ unique pro~ect which has for its purpose the formation of at proper attitude towards religious vocations by implanting a[ positive knowledge of what such a vocation means. / Four Panels ] 1-1 The group has been divided1 ~rO]~d~]~][-J~ O~ into four panels of four mem-[ JL il It IAVil Wl~~.# ~ bers each, with one Serran act-] "~ "" ing as a relief man in any one/ of t h e four categories which] each panel wili discuss. Number one speaker on each panel will serve, as chairman and discuss vocations in gener- al and the work of Serra in fos- tering vocations to the religious WASHINGTON---(NC)--A life. Second speaker will talk marriage preparati0n course about the sense of vocation; thei will be offered by mail for the third, who is.the father nr. rela-I first time by a national Catholic tlve of a rehglous, will discussI ~,I practical aspects of a religious l .~bencj. Entitled "Together in Christ " vocation: and the final speaker the course is intended for in- will set. forth some of the posl- dividuais and couples who have five objectives for parents and set a marriage date a n d who! others to consider. Each speech are unable to attend ~Catholic rill last only five minutes. preparation courses ini t h e i r Distribute Prayer Cards area. Prior to the opening ol each The course w a s announced neeting, the chairman will dis- here by Msgr. I r v i n g A. De- tribute prayer cards containing CHECK CHOCOLATE SALE RETURNS--The children of St. Anthony school have just complet- ed a successful candy sale under the auspices of the Home and School association. Shown abeve are (I to r) William Canon, president of the association; Lyle Sherbine, vice president and sale chairman; the Very Rev. Anastasius Kuzdrzal, O.F.M. Cony pastor; Mrs. Gene Sola, publicity chairman; and Sister Mary Alexis, principal of the school. (Ros-Mor Studio) Plan Summer Install Course on Counseling Student-Alumni European Tour MILWAUKEE -- A seven-i session course in "Attorney Counseling on Marital Prob- lems" will be inaugurated by the Marquette University law school in cooperation with the Wisconsin State Bar's family law section on Feb. 28. The course aims to provide the background lawyers need to Blanc, director of the Family the Serra Prayer for Vocations DEKALB -- Among m a n y ,work effectively in preserving : ~ Life Bureau of t h e National and blanks on which the audi- "firsts' this year, the North-I ; ! ~ ~ ~ a staple iamlly relauonsnlp ann :: Cathohc Velfare Conference, ence is to write out questions i ~ . ern Illinois umversIty Newman XXIII is a posslblhty for the to stress the "nod which can t uuuer whose auspices it w I i i lnese questions wnl oe answer- '-rou- s : ] onerate ed at the conclusion of the nan- foundation is sponsoring an ex-~ g P- come from counseling on marl- : ~ 5:, " ';' "- ~" -~ ^i- ^ -tudent alumni tour of A stop will be m a d e at tal problems Circuit Court : ~ lne stuoles extenn over a lz- et speeches ann me projam cm~ vc ~ - i Lourdes France t h e Shrine judges attorneys clergy com- ~,4 week period mougn men neeo witi De orougnt to a ClOSe oy eight Western ~uropean coun- .~ . :. . ' . . ' ' ' " " ' n ,I~ e t k" ll in a-" ndanc "o re . ~lty OI me immaculate ~.oncep- munity service agency repre- ::~ not oecompleteo 1a y s as lug a tie e t - tries for the coming summer of tion Masses will be said at the ~^--,~- ~-.~;.~; f~ ~ length of time. Anindividual cite the Serra prayer ~ : ~ ~ ~,; ~, v,~ ~o-f, "1 o," ~. ~ . I ~ro . ~Jrouo ann in LOe maSlllCa oJ. ciologist, nsvcniatrist ann a jZC:!.~~. wlillI1 pay a ;~.oo lee ann coupms At each presentation will bel June 22 will be the sailing Our Lady of Lourdes. The tour- psychologis[ ~will conduct the LAW DEGREE TO DOMINICAN MOTHEH 6PSNEKAL- An honorary aoe$orate at laws was w va~ a speciany mane pampme~ rack - i~ts will have an onnortunitv to date aboard the Empress or conferred upon Mother Mary Gerald mother general of the Adrian (M,ch.) Dominican Sisters by . Receive 11 Booklets containing literature on voca- I,h~+h~ ;n ~h, ,~i,=o,lr ~ ~nrln~l Father James F. McGulre, S. J president of Loyola University of Chicago, at the school s mid- Registrants w l 1 1 receive 11 tions to the priesthood, sister- England, from Montleal,Ca - ~+ ~h, ~hrino anr] n~rt;-;~.'~,~ ;-] ~ v ~ year commencement. Mother Mary Gerald supervises more than 2,250 Sisters working in 21'5 ilesson booklets each with its hood and brotherhood, as well adaer:r~Cl:rd:alalgs ;:;vi~t:~y the-even'ing-candleligh't'pr~e's: ~ ]~ ~,~n institutions throughout the country and is responsible for the education of more than 140 000 own quiz which they will re- as a chart depicting the growth it" y P "" "~e man sion [ ill," ~JI~:)~KY~K students. Adrian Dominicans teach in the diocese of Rockford at the following: Bishop Muldoon turn for grading and correcting, of Catholic population in the England, Hollana, t r 1 y'i high school St. Edward grade school, Rockford; St. Edward high school St. Mary grade school, [As one lesson is completed, an- U n i t e d States compared to Switzerland, Austrm, I t a y,I ~~ Elgin" St Bridget grade school Loves Park; St Mary Academy, St Patrick grade school, St [other is sent ~rowth in number of reli~ious[France anct ~wonaco I~O II~'ll |1~'~ o o . . /"~ rE.VII ~F'i Charles. Applications for t h e course in this country, t The return trap will be via ~-- [must be approved by a local] Follow Outline [trans-Atlantic jet, with Aug. 6,! .~ ~ I ~ ~ "~7 DKIOI1td:~ ~n~ I"r~ "1 .~.~, 1-y ~ Iparish priest When the student ]New York as the date andI ~~j ~~~ ~4~ ~ I Each panelist will be follow- .' . . i I tleast u. 3. completes the course the priest a, ln~ a uniform' outline," so that in place of arrival back In the -- S outs ttt~vt~lV~ receives notification. If the stu-case of sickness or absence States. t 1 ~/ / lit 17" dents' .grades are poor, the from the city, his place can be[ Included on the agenda ofll I / -- ~ I 1 It 1. ~ 1 [Have l~.e~ Iprmst ,s asked to supplement I taken by his counterpart on any[cities to see is Rome, Italy, i[ I ~a AIt.F, i InI lWal.d t : [the instruction personally, of the other three panels. In/where the travelers will lodge!I l # ~ - ff ~ I IL~J. It, q~. ~.~ 1 #~L/ 2. ~. VV ~ ~lt I B 1 ~ I Individuals or couples wh [other words each number one[from July 14 to 18. Sightseeing [ 1 - I ' I~ote ~~ ILl,ms Ic mplete the course satisfactor-lspeaker is using the same gen-[tours will be taken to the Sis-I[ ~ -- -- -- I ROCKFORD--National Boy Scout Sunday observances at St.] . lily will receive a diploma de-lera1 outline' each number twol~tine Chapel in Vatican City,![ I It ~ ~ ~ I James pro-Cathedral brought several hundred Scouts. Explorers,] MIAMI, FIa.--(NC)--The corn- claring they have "evidenced speaker using a standard out- St. Peter Basilica and square. ! I ~ I I I ~ [ Leaders and their families to Rockford Sunday Feb. 12. His Ex- [ munist party in the U S is play-i Christian concern for God's helplline for that soot on the panel" JAn audience with Pope John ] ~ i ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ [ cellencv Bishop Loras T Lane presided and bestowed the in a k ' ' . " l in preparing fer a holy a n d' -- - ' ~' ] g ey role in commumsm', ~and so on for all four speakers.] tl BUILDING AND LOAN A$$O IATION/AUROI~ I coveted Ad Altare De( award on 70 Scouts and Explorers from ~ happy marriage' ' ' ls ~ [all-out battle to rule the world --" I A 'dress' rehearsal will be with the following indIvldua : II AO/ [~ 1~ ) ~ I .o pati~tic~ u~ tu~ uioccSe. ] ' Msgr. Deplane salo the r~L.wu ][ ~-/O ]il~J,Jl~'e~oo~o~overJleserves o! over a l staged at the regular Serra club C. T. VanAusdall, Ray Clobes, ~ 70 ' " 0 00 . ~ veteranFBI man warned Bureau ho es that those Catho- . . ~ $2,~00, 00. co o on o ' at on W L, 0. Z O.OOOO0 the Pledge to the Flag and to Angels: William Bank, Roger[nere' lima entering a mixed marriage Friday Feb. 24 following the!McCoy; Robert S. Lynch Leslie [ ~~'.f ] the Cross bv the entire orou 'Th ar Will take me course wire ~ n e i (Current Rote . " g P. Hatcher, Frank Gyovai, Frank] ' e p ty is operating right noon luncheon. A delegation of W. Kosloske, Patrick H. Nolan [ (Current Rote~,~~~ I After the colors were posted,IMangina Michael Symmers and|in the backyard of the country[n .~n:t'am nc partner. . . .[Serrans from the Elgin club[and Frank J. Maggio; Dr. Eu-[I / ~'~"~|h ~ the candidates for the Ad AltareITerence Walter: St. Joseph;Iwhioh ~,nn~l *,~A *holo ine.course Will .De c onauctefllwilI be in attendance, as that [gene T. Leonard, Dr. Roger L. t[ /~"~ ~ ~|~:-~ i i rd -e resente t - ~ - lrom two seminaries, iney are . . . ~ De awa we p . d olWllham Assell, Robert DeWlg,]strongest deterrent to further]st M=rv'~ ~,~, l:lo]=rwtlclub m contemplating estabhsh-IRice, James H. Dunn, Jr andl] /~~~~i~-~a;~ J~lsnopl~aneto receivetheirJam r 1 ue nnlK -~ -- -z ~=~, "=,: ~ esHa w g names c ment of a similar s akers bu Dr John P McHugh Frank G -. , communist aggression " William n "* """ pe ' - . : " :'~----" , awards. Gregory Michels and ErnestC Sullivan told membe-s of the Park~ Baltimore, 10, .Md a d reau. St. Angel Donald M. Keenan, ] ~~~ . me ~ t- a u I ~emlnary z~uu . ' " .~.--~ ~. ~ Each hadgiven at least one]Schaefers: St Mary,]Dade County Bar AssociationlGrand'Ave St Paul 1 I~inn [ . "Booking Agent" [Francis J. Baudhum and Leon-El '~11~~2~~ year ot service to his parish anall~oonan: Sk ~nic~oIas; ,~ona!dland Cuban jurists in exile, l All innuiries' should' be ad-I Joseph A. Guzzardo, chair-[ard Weeg. John C. Stafford is 4 ~ ~ ~.~~'=~ ~ . lad oeen examined on melasseloorn, uavia uasn, r~enneml <. I. -" lm=n of tho o,-~ok~ro' b,r,'a, Ithe relief man. I[ .~ave ~y lvlatt--l"Ostase I " " r p c o ~u uvan sam me aressed to "~viarrmge l-'repara-,~ ~ Paid Both Wa s l~ndamentals of Catholic doc-lFrantzen, Daniel Jones, Pete [ ins e ~ r . l . .[,[--~--:"--" "t'- -~""--:- -:---~' ":t'-~[ An" or'~anization interested in [I .-, L J ~ Paid Both gays [ trine ann pracuce wnne a mem-lneler aeurey neuland, Thomast communist battle plan has twoltion Course' at theseinstitu-It:om"uuuce, nau, u~sam~u. . L.=. :, . s /I II ~, Dfo~awB . I ob ectiv Rockford club s achv~ty and ~s scheduling a panel should get ] es to mobilize and tlons, Msgr DeBlanc sazd[ Tel TWin OaksI-SI61TWm Oaks 7 8761 ber of the Boy Scout movement Schindlbeck David Vargo Gary " " : " " " - - ' ' " -manipulate social forces to bring e---n- serving as th$ "booking agent' in touch with Mr. Guzzardo at|l-M~~el': I /I I ano nan attalnect ~rs~ t.IaSslwels ann i-taipn welten: ~acreal ,1 c ~ ~. ~ tr'-r "~-; ~-~'-- Ir'-uzzard School of Music 128[| SAVINGS INSURED TO $10.000.00 I Scout rank Heart David Abhalterand aoour a revoluuon, ann to un- The 11 lessons are entitled: " "',*~ v,u~ ,-~y I-'. ' / ~" *" ' " I .~. ".:. - . [,v~ ~'~ ~ Idermine the noncommunistl:,Courtshi-, ,Marria.~e inI nenas set up me lour paneml.'uoert avenue, rtocKioro, i i ~. beorge Awara ~,~ ~oyce. . r "" ~,v, . s - ~ . I t h wo ld by exploiting every weak- Christ' "Mixing Your Mar- The St. George award for out- From Batavia I-~ss ;, ~ [. ' |~ ~ ~[~[~ ~ II standing service to Catholic] Batavia, Holy Cross; Mickey[-~"~,'"',~,". ~mage ~vtarrlea l~.ove, ~wanl~,~E~]r~~ ~l ~,~,~u+in,~ was conferred for the/Gebhardt" DeKalb St Marv./ "~ne nexinmty or mls name/ann wne ~aw ~umes uove,AI ~ ~11 ~ ,t~l[liK--"W.~'~l~/J~~ f~irsttime in the diocese on Dr/Donald ]~ievenour:' Eigin, s tlPinn,'', he continued, "is .evi-]"Of Cabbage and yhings,"/I ~ IN KANE COUNTY, IT'S KANE FORD [1| William We(gel, chairman of!Joseph" Michael Hagerty, Rod-[ encea ny tne constant swltcn-|"xour tmoy ana xou,' "unas-[l ~ Ill g I~,Ik" o the Catholic Committee on[hey Harms, Robert Lungren,]i ng .f the Communist party,[tity in M,a, rriage,i'' "Paren!.[| ~ll~l~II Im~nINk |El ~[/.~il U 5 A Acting m effect as the hood and Apostolm lfamny Scouting of the Kedeka area John Paar and Scott Porter; St.| -" " " ] ," El ~lllllll~ II=llll~ll~ Ill -- ~l~l:l:~~ council. Dr. Weigel has given Laurence William Freiberg and] agent of the Soviet Un!oI in theE Registrants ,may keep each of!l -" ilI It. I V lilt IW )} I11 I{ V distinguished service to Scout-[William 'Schmidt; st. Thomas[ U.S me party oners its unoevi-Ithe 11 lesson ooe~mts. ~ney can il - ---" ----~-~ - H ~ | at(rig allegiance and support to be inserted in a specially pre- mg m hls community and haslMore; Stewart Bond. ] . . ' I|I 230 GALENA BLVD. .AURORJ~, ILLINOIS |[] fl~[~ thoh leadersh~ m his n this foreign power |pared blnaer sent to stuaents given Ca "c 'p" "] Genoa, St. Catherine; Fra -/ ' "/I Car and T,uek Leesl,g Diol TW ~.76~16 [[],t II!$1 parish, Holy Angels, Aurora, lets Moore, James Nelson and[ A Irtd;e~Jl% [~- ' 'll M /t l 1 ilI[H ~'~I and to Scouting under Catholic]Robert Yilk: Prophetstown, JIK K,~11 I'1 I il llll auspices in Aurora. ]Catherine, J o h n McMillan:| ~ ] TWI~0AKS 7-;S0~ ~~~lIl~I I[ ~llt=~'~ Representatives of Catholic/Rockford, St. James; JamesI I~ l i -- . |/ . I El . Scout troopsthroughout the dio-/Hankins; St. Anthony, Alfred][ Kav ~. ~=|~|~r [4 ~[[~O |~ A "L~ :.~ I II We oovpostoge cese presented spiritual bou-[Garcia: St. Bernadette; Ed-]l " - - - |il II " - -- II o - " --. quets to Bishop Lane, who con-/ward Groeninger, Joseph Hie-El IXUIPMff[ Iii .-- II -- v II You receive tuII protn eluded ceremonies with Bene-]key, Robert Novak,aJri, wD.en;/s]l ~," J . ~r '~ lie :~[1~[~1~ I[ diction of the Most Blessed Sa-[O'Brien, Robert R mo"El ~ ~=~[ II| ,~v$~.~k.$~&,$1, I[ ~| SOUTH ISLANn AVe AURORA, ILLINOIS ~"~ ~ El Your savings insured to $10,000 by crament /James Vecchioand Michael[|. - [ ~"'"'/~ "2,|,~. . |l "'~PECIALIZING I'N COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY" ]] ~" rt ~ t ,Winn $ ''3 Bishops Chaplains [ ~1 REAL ESTATE (ILLI~N~S ] Ill :i 10rt.arlt I] il Titho:~eRO~;s~D~Ee~:lBtni Geo~han~i:iieSh jaL~icse: :,::. I I Ill ~o|~nsAM; v~r~uetSco.n .o lil @ paa t Pi ice c .' area Scout chaplain for Aurora,] ; 'El z- zz0 h-, J Ill ~~ ~t~tmet |El KOOflng ,ompany Ill Ow / were chaplains to Bishop Lane.[xn mas ~.osteIio,: ~regory ~'Y"I ~Aurb~ora ~--"" """ ""'" ' ' lit ' borski Michael Dailey, Gerald,257 N. Unio~ ]t] ~LL ~O~$TW~-~7~&'" R~on and Woter Proofing ltl The Rev. Robert Devine, St.[ 14 - I~ ~-~,-,II~ * ~;~ Bridget narish and the Rev A Fertlg, Robert Gfl]lS, Robertl] Residence: Ph. TW7-7088Ill Ill219 Woodluw~ve Aurora Phone'rw~-6479 |l] ~ ~m~t ^:~[~. - c, P~tri"k -~r'[Nardelli, Walter Stone Jamesl ~|~1[ ']1 H. Wc*ucnJau, or. a u pa "1,~ ,~ ' - ~. |~1 I |1 ish assisted His Excellency at]b~trai w" ann ~raa turecex; ~t.Ii =' I/~t| Ill / eter;J hnMad Ie'StStan's'[I I1 PARK PLACE STUDIOIi LIGHT UP Benediction. The Rev. Paul E. ' " n RAU$CH ~, ~ i Fry, area Scout chap a'n. ; . . I~ 1 1 for laus John Dmochowskz a d ~ Arthur Corxross~ Rockford was m charge o[ lo hotoen raving St Charles. St" Patrlck COAL CO. i cal arrangements The Rev- Oh=rl,~ W MoN~m,~e diocesan[Randy Komisarek; Savanna, St.[I I/ service~%~-~/I I[ John David Engaldo, Roger x~ eSae:~tida~heapltai%is~rpSei~ated :h~[Ginie;, Jay Keiller, James Kom-[[ A CE" II ,o 2;::: i11- I COMPLETE PHOTOGRAPHIC SERVICE I[ tOUR FUTURE ~skey John 0 Malley and John ? preached the sermon ',/I II Ill ]] COMMERCIAL-- PORTRAIT-- WEDDING II ,rtegan, Jr.: and Sterling, St.|l I/ AURORA III I1,II List Scouts, Explorers ]Mary Donald Sier. [[ Coal: Coke : Wood : Paints I[~,e. ~. ~ ~ i| Ray Gasper, Photographer |] A1 Scouts and,explorers who re-I ~ -7 II Stokers Oil and Gas Burners I]t:'~v''~ ~'~" II ! II ~.~ [MI~DDK IIM /I II 11' 425 New York St, Aurora, Ilhno,s !/ ceived the Ad Altare De( award . P.O. So, ~s0 . " " are as follows: Aurora Holyll|lVl%lll~ll~ll |l a- r~. s nco,n rnones libel I/ IUh~hlJguguT L'ghgltll ~l/|,Aurore I~,a = ;,il rnone TW 2-2569 I1 tr~rnv~r~m ,~u~rmv TW 7 $200 or TW 7 $3|' r I[ MORRISON II I[ llmllli/ll - SAV S - Au 0. 111REYNOLDS REYNOLDS For Any Occasion . s a e y," g II ! Ill Funeral Home Ill -, .o ELEV*TOR co. I[I ;.-'v '~ " ~" L . II it! Next year could be your brightest DU:) :)I:KVI~I= - for . I I[I" " III CHARTER COACHES II/ ",:, ; for II ,t you hght up your future, starting ! I,I Established TO Ill Ill NORTH III quality II .oco t hore III Ill -- w Itl LUMBER co. II I/ .ow! Save Ahead See Your II owo,II-, -- Ill Diel Aurom TW 7-'091 I'1 ,WE,m, and CLEANING II Future' r .kcs-"o',et-*u-ora,AuromTW 7-409] LAUNDERING a,d CLEANING . I -Servi Cath ic Ill hono: 2322 III Transit L|nes. Ill,UGA, GROV, H ~t~ Call TWinoaks 7-4259 II toda- with "our friend, Frtends~e~t de~r I~aitnh QG t]~ffyWtth Quahty I : II1 1,1 Inc. I/I ?: II neighbors who have ]earn. ,Jewelry tl lt m Tr, sk S, |/I Suu- r G ' ,:, I11 AURORA LAUNDRY CO. 562S. RIVER ST. II that it pays to save a pot- Phone 4118 Momson ~IIAURORA IL .~II~I ~ =11 tion of their earnings each ~'--'- ~ ~ month at Im rovement, Fully REPUBLIC ALL HOME APPLIANCES to P$10,000 by the KU$$ V. UUOUI/ i o.;i I/ r.l ,urAT Sales and Service--TV--Records--Stereo---Wiring " Plumbing and Heating OLD SECONI I Plumbing and Heating I,I ~s~[~ |1 un~ ntnl / . i,(i,i Na f - Furnace. Repa,r,ng [. SPECIALISTS "" F~/ y~il/ Ai, ee.di,|o.i.9 " , o, Oo ,t . ,o, iii;;;, VALLE.Y HEATING s Ill Gutters |l A"R-RA IL- " ' ~ E&VlIIB$ l|ll |ll&ll &$$0CI&ll011 I I[I II u u,Ask ]or Bill Perez $0t IMIl$111 Ul ~li~ IWll ~/-I1~ I '"" ""'""""' I/I 469 High St, Aumm I1 FRIENDLY & .COnfetTI Cash Terms Ley-Awey--AII Repair|ng--Part " '/I TELEPHONE TW 2-]126 II ~K otN~t ,o i zzu =.o. rover.w ]~I~Uyu r ~il~[[ Member of F.D.I.C, AURORA 61 Fox St. -- Aurora TW 7.9171