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PAGE 2 Three Countries Will Top Awards MONTE CARLO, Monaco -- and Richard Welsh, director of Belgian; German and Italian radio and television for the television ~ shows have carried[NCCM" 1 er Dove awards The "Si v " " off top awards at the fourth in- for television excellence went ternational congress of the to the Flemish section of Bel- Catholic ASsociation for Radio~gian television for "The Legend and Television . lot Beatrice," in the drama ca- Prince Rainier of Monaco dis-/tegory; to the Munich station of tributed the prizes at the elose/German television for, the edu- (Feb. 10) of the congress. It/rational production, "Brother was attended by Martin Work,/Alonso"; and to Italian televi- executive director of the Na-/sion for the documentary, '"Ital- tional Council of Catholic Men,'ian Missions in Asia." Named Council Consultant VATICAN CITY--Msgr. John M. Oesterreichcr. director of the Institute of Juadeo-Christian Studies at Seton Hall University, Newark, N J has been oamed a consultant to the Secretariat on Christian Unity for the com- ing ecumenical council. His Holiness Pope John XXIII added the Austrian-born convert to the group of less than a score of consultants. Priests of the U. S. previously named consultants to the secretariat include Fath. ers Gustave Weigel. S.J of Woodstock. Md Georges Tav- ard Pittsburgh. and Edward Hanahoe, S.A Garrison, N. Y. Canada See Given Privileges VATICAN CITY The Sacred and pastoral work of the Amos Congregation of Sacramental clergy and to meet the need of Discipline has granted permis- the diocese's Catholics. sion to priests of the Amos dio- cese in Quebec to celebrate The Sacred Congregation of Mass twice daily. Rites has granted the same dio- The privilege is limited to a cese permission to celebrate three year period. Mass and distribute Holy Com- A spokesman for the congre- m u n i o n on Holy Thursday gallon said the permission was morning instead of in the after- given in recognition of the zeal noon as prescribed by ritual. . Pri Award $2a,000 Peace ze VATICAN CITY -- The newly the Sacred Congre ,ation of the founded Plus V Institute will Holy Office. to preserve and give a $25,000 prize to the states, strengthen Christian ideals in society. man who does the most durmg United Nations representa 1961 to find new w a y s to tives of Canada. t h e Congo, achieve p c a c e and promote Ghana. India, Italy, Peru Tu- democracy in the independent nisia and the United Arab Re- nations of Africa. public will be asked to decide The institute was e:stablished the winner in February, 1962. two months ago by Alfredo Car- The prize will be presented in dinaI -Otlmviani, Secretary of Rome the following May. Soviets Tour Vahcan Museum VATICAN CITY--The 'world[cause their schedule in Rome famous Vatican museum was [did not allow {hem to come durl kept open long after its usual[lug regular hours. 'dosing time to permit a group[ Vatican City officials, in of tourists from the Soviet Un-[charge of the museum made ion to view its art treasures. I the change in its closing sched- The 260 Soviet visitors toured]ule at the request of the Italian the museum after hours be-Tourist Agency Sacred Heart Frs. in Nassau NASSAU Bahamas --Ameri,[ish on the priestless island of can priests of the Sacred Heart [Great Abaca. Until their arrival have opened a missmn m the [the only communities of men ~naath%?" Francis l~arkin SS [working in the Diocese of Nas- CC and Father Damian ~reary, ]sau were the Benedictines and ~.CC have established a par-lthe Scarbo Missioners, Grain Bank for Indian Farmers PANCHUKI. India -- A self- Farmers receive the seed replenishing seed grain'bank fl'ee. After harvest, they return for Indian farmers ha's been a like amount of grain to the set up here with the 'help of batik. funds from Germany's. Catholic Purpose of tlie German Len- Lenten fund for underdevelolNgt ten fund is to help emerging nations. . : nations become self-sustaining. Patrician Year Urged ARMAGH. Northern IreIan.d---* The Patrician Year in honor John Cardinal D'A. i l o n has of the 15th centenary at the. urged Catholics in the Archdio- Apostle of Ireland's death opens cese of Armagh to honor St. at a solemn ceremony here on Patrick "in a manner worthy March 17. St. Patrick's Day. It of a great occasion" during the i.s to be celebrated throughout forthcoming P, atrician Year: Ireland. 1,500,000 Visited Fatima in 1960 FATIMA. Portugal --- More el of the Apparitions and Fa- than 1.500.000 pilgrims from 46 tima's monasteries, convents nations visited Our L a d y's and seminaries, while m o r e shrine at Fatima during 1960. according to statistics released tha~ 500,000 Holy Communions here. were distributed. More than 8: Over 30;000 Masses were of, 000 persons 4oak part "in 82 re- fered in the basilica, tl~. Chap- treats. Candy to Korean Orphans SEOUL, Korea -- Ten thous- ]Catholic Welfare Conference. and pounds of candy donated by The gift, from a candymaker "me ican firm h v be l in Mineola N Y, .was distri- an ,~ r ' a e en ' . [buted to 600 orphanages and to alsmouteo to orpnans and lep . " "I child-victims of Hansen's dis- er children m Korea by Catho-]ease, in the many small lepro- lie R e ] i e f Services-National Isaria throughout the country. Sisters Education Conference BALTIMORE--School Sisters Dame, will be "Personality Pat- of Notre Dame will hold their terns and Religious Life." There are about 14 000 School seventh annual education con- Sisters of Notre Dame ser,)ing terence August 13 to 15 in Bal- in 16 countries. More tham 6.500 timore, of these are m provinces in the Over 1.000 delegates are: ex- U. S. and Canada. The commun- ported to attend the conference, ity has schools in 33 states and the community's publicity de- four Canadian provinces. These p el- t m n t here announced, provide for the education of Theme of the conference, to be nearly :275,000 children and held at the College of Notre young adults. Fast Dropped--More Communions NORTH BAY, ONT.--Attend- appeal to replace the fast by as- ance at Mass and reception of Holy Communion multiplied to a record number in the Sault Ste Marie diocese last year when the law of fast during Lent was dropped. Bishop Alexander Car- ter said in a pastoral :letter. "The faithful of the diocese sistance at the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass," the Bishop wrote. He said idmost 3.500.000 Commun- ions were distributed at Lenten services. The diocese has a Catholic population of 152.000. He urged his ~eople to continue responded magnificently to the the practice this I~ent. Polish Film Hit as Blasphemdhs BERLIN-- A spokesman for around a priest's attempts ,to the Catholic Bishops of Poland exorcise demons from an isolat- has denounced a government- ed c0mmunRy of nun~ in medic- approved movie as blasphe- val France. The outcome is that mous~ antirellgious and-slander-the priest himself becomes l~S- ou% it was reported:here." " sessed. The movie opened in The film. entitled "Mot'her Jo-Warsaw amid great publicity ann~ o the Angels/' centers (Feb. I0). THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24:t961 More About ] Changes (Continued from' Page 1) lion of Route 31 and Route 176: its intersection with the north- from its intersection with Route1 lern border of Section 22 in 31, east on Route 176 to its in-I Nunda Twp east :on Route 31 tcrsection with t h e southern] to its intersection wfth t h e border of Section 19 East in southern border of Section 22 in Nunda' Twp. " Nunda Twp.; from its intersec- WESTERN BOUNDARY: tion with Route 3t at the south- From the junction of Conley e rn bo~der of Section 22 in Road at Route 47, north on Nunda Twp. and continuing Route 47 to its intersection with east in a straight due along the Route 176: tram its intersection southern "borders of Sections 22. with Route 47. east on Route 23. 24. and 19 E a s t. all in 176 to its intersection with the Nunda Twp. to the intersection western section line of Section at the southern border ol Sec- 35 in Dart Twp.; from its inter- tion 19 East in Nunda Twp. section with Route 176, north with Route number 176 along the western section line SOUTHERN BOUNDARY: of Section 35 in Dorr Twp.; to From the junction at Conley its. intersection with .the south- Road with Route 47, east on west corner of Section 26. in Conley Road to its junction Dorr'Twp.: from this southwest with Haligus Road: south from corner 6ast along the southern this pqint on ttaligus Road to border at Section 26 to t h e its junction with the Huntley-southwest corner of Section 25 Crystal Lake Blacktop Road: in Dorr Twp. then continuing from its junction with Haligus north along the western bar- Road. south on the Huntley-ders of Sections 25 arid 24 to Crystal Lake Blacktop Road to the northwest corner of Sec- its junction with Miller Road: tion 24. from its junction with the Hunt- ley-Crystal Lake. Blacktop Road Diocesan Priest east on Miller Road to its june- tion w it h Mc Henry Avenue Missionaries Io Road. continuing on Me Henry Avenue Road to Jefferson Ave- hoe: then north on JeffersOn Leave for Peru Avenue from its junction with Me Henry Avenue Road 'to the BOSTON--(NC)--Twelve more MISSION VALENTINES -- Students from St. James school, usually spend on valentines for their contribution, and ap- southern border of Section 17 diocesan priests Will leave the Rockford, display the valent;nes incorporating individual gifts proximately $260 was raised. Pictured with Bishop Lane and in Algonquin Twp.: from this United States soon for Peru to of money which they will contribute to the Bishops' Relief the students are (I to r) Sister Jarls, Sister Mary Juda, prin- junction east along the south- serve as missionariea of the So- Fund. All ef the children decided to use the money they would cipal. Sister Mariquita, Miss Keres and Mrs. Wagner. ern boundary of Sections 17. 16. ciety of St. James the Apostle. 15, to the intersection of Sec- They will join-40 other} /-~ . tion 15 with Route 31. diocesan priest-members of the La 1F~ 1/i1~tYerOlltO1Vtp (It ford, Floaurotte Gallina, Cyn- Sister Geraldine D o n n a Rotolo, Nellie Scott, t Dubuq e EASTERN BOUNDARY: society now serving there. ! FF ~ ~ (.~ . J,thia Kline, S h irle y Lynch, North on .Route 31-from its The Society of St. James the[,~ Julia Scide], Patricia Shirling Dies a u intersection with the southern Apostle was founded in 1958 by ~-'~ ~ .-I If ~ and Carolyn Williams,Rock- SINSINAWA, Wis. -- Sister boundary line of Section 1,5 in RichardCardinalCushing. Arch-It'll, A ~t~,ltO~ l][O. lDl[gt ford Algonquin Twp. to the intersec- bishop of B o s t o n. It recruits[ ,J ~"''-" I'-" '*" Geraldine, O. P died at St. the clergy shortage in L at in ttutAxruruJ--rorty-five stu en nurses in =tnony oos-Sodality Meeting Dominic villa, Dubuque. In, ROCKFORD America ipital School of Nursing will receive their caps in ceremonies Feb. 16, in the 62nd year of her " ' Sunday, Feb. 26, at 2:30 p.m. in the hospital chapcl. 5he. Rev. ROCKFORi:)--St. Anne sodal- religious profession. Requiem Francis Bonnike. superintendent of Newman Central high school, ity of St. Peter church will have High Mass was offered in St. Drll~lll&lrrv I~lillrEil/ He, lUll" Sterling, will give the ~ermon, and the Rev. Lawrence London, a meeting Friday, Feb. 24, in Clara chapel. Sinsinawa by the [ 1~l,l~l'l/4rl// rurll:li/~i, IltJ/ 11: chaplain and rcligion rinstructor, will bless the caps which are the rectory meeting room fol- Very Rev. Timothy Sparks, . awarded to studcfits'who have completed the first six months lowing Stations of the Cross in 0 P Thomas M. Deleh,nty ' of their.studies. ,:: ' - the church. Miss Gladys Am- "." . . . Sister Geraldme taught m St. " ' Direlts Cer'emony [~ bruster will gwea shde lecture ~rtenaty -- rersonat oervtces ~ ,ianne Krocnke Ottawa on A weeK-~.no w]m .L" O O ssi 'nm nts included ' ~ister M. Linus, director,ano,the st~(ry, Ofa~ife~eamt bl:lsthi~l c~;o~: i: Ch~cag;, River For- t~enac e. ~oty e .'. . . 401 River kene Loves Park Mrs. Angela Cragan, instruc-] Receive Caps ; ~ '~ ;,~ ~ est, Peoria and Bloommgton; tar, will be in charge of the Also receiving caps will be .f ,~-,~ - - ~ ~ Milwaukee Green Bay, Apple- IK I.]lVl capping ceremony assisted by:~Jean' Griewski, Milwaukee, gemer at ~:3u a.m. lviass ~un-, ~ d~y Feb 26 ton ano t~araboo, w~s ~mux " seniOrs Sue Long and Antci-'lWis.' Donna Hogan and Joan ' ' " Falls, S.D and Omaha, Nob. 24 Hr, Ambulance Servlce. .: nette Rotolo. The f r, eshmaniMcL'ennan Byron Mary Kern- ---2---~~ class choir 'will day ORORA sing' w i t h'. pert. Chicago: A n n e Lingis, /li~1~I ~,w, Oxygen Equipped Prompt Effloent Serv,ce Donna J an Ha n dl na I i :---,i " . e ga 'recti ~,iSt. Charles; Marianne Lang, and Sister M. Benedict at the Lov~s Park; I inda Lux, Ro- AURORA--The regular month- . / Organ. . I chelle; Martha Lux, Janesville, ly meeting of the Third Order of I ~ ~ I I W~s PatrlclaMackm Men A PERSONALIZED SERVICE,I Receiving c ps will be Shar-i ' ; "' ',- St. Francis will be held Sun-I ~11~ I I on Arne, Holcomb: Zathleen data: H e l e n Markison, Ma- day. Feb. 26, at 2 p.m. in St. I "'/" I ~~:: I Baenziger and Sandra Herr- rengo;FrancesMarten, Free- Charles hospital chapel. [ ~aIti~t ] Air e:~~!%:i::'~!i':~!:';?i:i:::}::i:::i~;:::::i:i:,:::!~1 ,Hew ,mann, Genoa; Diane Carr, port; AnnetteMontpas. Paw- H ,ditioned ~.::fi: iNI'~L'~ Locotio ,Charlene Cox and Mary ers, Mich.; Georgia Plxley. Sa- . Patronize---- Chalet ~. . I Krause Beloit, Wis. Nancy vanna; Mary Thompson. 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