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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER KRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1961 Chairman of Notre Dame ' I Fund Drive { I ROCKFORD --- Leonard W. Cnndnn ~ 'O~t~, ~,i~h h~ WASHINGTON --(NC)-- The were disclosed in a legal brief[ " 7 "~ 7~,~-,~,~" ":'~7]administration has branded low-[sent to Sen. Wayne Morse of[ D2,Ink ! It 1=~ 31 31 31 oeen nameo to mao me paruc>linterest, across-the-broad loans]Oregon chairman of the Senate] DISnop uworscnaK on r eacral ~l{I parian of the state of Illinois, lfrom the federal government forlEducation subcommitte,who] ~, and of the :Rockford area in constructionof pre- college had requested the document.} D,~.2d~akl~Zd he~.2s/hyF~ r:~ ~t:t~ o~r2n~e?tdi;]dtha~ sya~t?d pamcular, ~n a nahonw,d, 22nu:tihuii22~ted schools as un-Tohreb:mfofWtt~ep~g?2;tdmebnYt aotil does not seek s"cial favors inf"But we do want complete $18,000,000 University of Notre[ ,' I . . y . . P ] VOCATIONS AND STUDENTS--At a recent panel discussion at the Newman Center of North- t~ ~ un me omer hang it nela health Education and wellare eoualitv before the ]aw for every Dame develo~meW ~,r~or~- ],],~ ern Illinois university, DeKalb the above pictured members of the panel spoke to interested asking inclusion of private o '.L ~ . ~ [loans to private and church- re. land the Department of Justice.| students on "Vocations and Stu lents " L *o r Miss Gillis Daughters of the Heart of Mary Ba- }%dLIIOIIC aug every omer CKlzenT ~ o schools in f d r 1 ' . . he Rev. Theodore M. Hes-]lated colleges as constitutional In comment Sen Morse re- ' ' ~' , e e a md to educa- We do want for our children J I ' ' . ] tawa; the Rev. Thomas Carney, Sacred Heart Mlssmnary, Geneva; the Rev. Andrew Plesa, St. non. every pnvue~,e~ wmcn me t.onsu- ourgn, L.~.t.:. ~otre Joarne I on .me . oasis m aiHerent, . "iac-,i amrmea nis. oelief that loans ~'// Jase-h~. ~,arish, El~in, ; the Rev. Francis Daleiden, O.~.S B Marmion abbcv~, Aurora', the Rcv. I resident recentl announ turn circumstances it sam with an interest rate wnmn The Bishop of Fargo said Cath- tution sanctions and which is en- P ",Y red ] : [ Hubert McGinn, chaplain, Newman center; Sr. Mary Gregoria, Srs. of Mercy, St. Mary hospital, wee pUDllC eoucatlon is not covers tne cos~s at using money olics do not seek advantages not joyed by other American chil- the appointment of Condon as] I, " . '[ DeKaib; Sr. Mary Trinita and Sr, Mary Helen Cecile, Srs. of Charity, St. Mary school, DcKalb; i~, ",~avmiaoie to an college stuaents- twoum be constltunonal tie/ Sr Mar-" Irenaeus Srs of Merc, Xavier colle-e Chieaao a~mJame to every omer cmzen, area. Illinois state chairman and ;I "~ ! - Y,~, ,m . . I ,~t.~ ~: t. J t. a [connection between religion anolagalnstressed support ior a| we oonotwant support ior " lne DI~nUp ~aiU lie 15 t~ppobetl Rockford cit'" chairman of the i ~, . ] , . . t . ~,- . . : eaucauon is "less a arem' " se ara~e Dlll ~O lena ltln(is ~o our churches or mr tne teacmnglto Ieaerat aidto eaucahon De- fun,q r,; ;,~, o~'r,-. P,n ;,} PP, ' I P [ [,r'* -1 f~! * ~"~! ! o . . . u - = s anti ' aisastrous nauonai con- private and paroemai graae and ll - llO 1 l of rehgmn he stud in his regu- cause it goes a~,alnst tradlhonal secretary treasurer of the R " [ P~ i i 1 It p ~1 le ,'~t'te l t at o t~ r L uD lar column in the Catholic Action[local control. But if the pressure W Shumwa'* Seed com~'an- "Isequenees"'w t'ua come .n-omlmgn seno.o~. . I I~~| ~ r-- V I~[~|~ I . : u :. exeluaang cnurcn - relatea lnsu- ~peelal rurposes lgrlnclpal b News, monthly pubhcatmn of the on congress for federal md be- ~ 1 I I I ADrll Activities ~ne spemm gltt~ phase at me tunons ~ne aamlmstrauon's ormi in JL Fargo dmcese, comes ~rres~shble. then we de-,~ ~ ' . ' / [ ,~ro do not wanf unicm nf ru,rlm~nd o,'~u=l troatroonf fnt" all program aireaay ~s un~erway,[ Morse Reaffirms Belief ]caunous language, neia that ~t] AURORA I McYIENRY I AURORA -- April activities church or any other church with]children.% andthe p~-sonal sohcl!a?onof] The administration's opinions[l.s hkely that where federal[ Apr, d 5 ,nd 6 ---:. "Green Up[ April 16, 23 and 25 ---: "Mel-I for members of the Catho-Cho~ mt *xo~re ~ame ammm in ira-] ]tunas are avauaom to a cnurel3,[ ['irne card party m our l~aay/odie Journey vamety snow --~club will begin with an East~ ~lirTllTg'~w~Fsf"~ . IT lr~. 1~ 1 Ol nois will. begin in the fall. A! lelementary or. secondary, ". school/ d Good Counsel. parish, hall ~lSponsored by St. Mary parish, dance, Sunday, April 2, from wut wu to near DISI1Op r, J. neen challenging feature of the fundtEuchar stlc Guild[on a loan basis for spec,al pur-l ~ponsored by the Sanctuary so-] ROCKFORD [p.m. until 12 a.m. in the Knights WASHINGTON --- Auxiliary Theme of*the congress is "The drive .~s the Ford Foundation s/ [ ~ot )os )y related[ tality. April s -- B~nefit card party]of Col~mbu~ hart with Ken Bishop Fulton J. Sheen of New Catholic .Woman Promoter of D 2m~tom:ndollt:r f~o~a~e/'t~o~tMeets Thursday I't~ioma~Sob~nstt~u2~'~:' b: :st;~i~-/ April 8. Card party in Venice club at 8 p.m. --]Chnst,ans orchestra. York will s~eak April 30 inlUnitv at the Heart of the Mad- Y~ I . "/ ],J Y -]Rita parish halt at 8 p.m. ---I Sponsored by the Auxiliary. ] April 9 is an open date, and . . aonars wmcn ~t receives ~rom ROCKFORD A ariel discus ca." " , Rome at the congress of the/ern World in Christ and H~s i,~ qurnni friend- "~"r '^"o] P -I [Sponsored by Altar and RosaryI April ~ -- Rummage sale[April 16 Bob Hesselbaurns or. ~ stun on Ale hohsm and Catho ~t men appnea m~sprlnmpm o soc~et chestra will la for a Hard World Union of Catholic Wom-[Church." and ~h r' non '~o rn n" ~'' " " -I ~ ,', . [ " Y- .from 9 a.m. until 9 p.m. at 4031 ' P Y at e - ~, ve me rai lic Morals" will be held at the m specmt purposes to a pro- . ~ o Times dance in the KC hall The en s Orgamzahons C S women attending include / / ~ April 1~ and 13 -- Card partylW State St -- opons red byl Mrs. Arthur L. Zepf. presi-[Mrs. A1 bert R. Spillman, s30u;;63 oetween now anu oune]meetmg o/ th.e E uchar,stm gufld]P2:a:ods~rruc~tn:ntT:2,s /:w~int:FiIand style show--Sponsored bylCatholic Woman's league. [regular monthly meeting will be or me t~amone woman s league u hel A rfl 19 and Bill Have dent of the National Council of WUCWO vice president general ' " t J "- |Holy Angels St Anne society ~ ~ ~;~ o ^ ~ ~ H d p "," - c'=#h,q;o w h'~ i, h,~,4 ]=,4 M=r ~ M,1,~, Nc'c'w The largest single objective of]Thursday at the Poor C 1 a r e[ann parochial SChOOlS -a',~ ~a ~a ' P, a ,~,+,:~ ~';" ~ ~ F . ~'.':~ '/mann's orchestra will play for i'n~a~-'~h: "A~"*:ri'~[ ~ol= nt~::'[:::out~"~:~e'~i~r=ot*~r"*~'r'~I~ ~*,1~" the $18,000,000 program is The]chapel The meeting will follow] Raps Grants, Payments i ff,;= ~.::*~ "~-- '/ ," :,~,~y~=:[sa~r irom ~.toLp:m: atl~ousn]a dance Anril 23 --~ ~, - . . at*u*a~it*~** ~ o ~ a*~.*,uv*, l~aleon's nail, 1Z0 IO~n Ave. ~ ~ ' . . . Notre Dame Memoma{ Library the 7 30 p m devotmns. It argued that such loans pro- A ril 30 a tri to China o vm made the announcement. The gates include representatives of [ :, 1 /andeveningApril 18 and eve-].~non,nrod bv St Stanislau,I P P g' ; ~t.-A ~^.a ^---:] nn/ J: : L tO De DUlIB Deglnnlng this sum-/ r'-anet memoers will De t n e/vloe"measurable economic~ - - ", .~ 2-, -- ]-= " - " -|bus to see "Exodus" is nl'an k:Ull~ie8b lb ~EIIICUUI~LI /'1.1311 Kd~J~Vel'al LllO~e3t2~ lit Llle UUUIILIV. *, v-,~ ~ /nlng 2~prll lo ann .'~prll la aL,Paren~ Council ' " - " th,~,ah M,v ~ I M~,v ,~r th,~ d,loa=t~s will ~1 met at a cost oI ;~,000 000. ~ur-[Rev. Lawrence London chap-[benefit' to religious institutions, l~ ~ ~, oH.~, ~ ,~] s . ]ned Chairman for the month "-~,~ ~' ' '"g(. [- I ": "; ' ~ :[ '[':'- '~,~[~'[~,~,i;* %- ing the next three years theHain of the guild Dr Bernard]Furthermore it said there is a], ~' ~"~)u~ v~-*o, r--7. ~,t,:.:~" ] April la -- Telephone Bridge are' Nick Bauler and Mar, DlbllOp ~.~HeeIl Wltl ~[Y~II~ OII]50 t~lKe ]J~Yt Ill tll~ i'~k.~b -~Oll'- vv . .~ .~ IT-,~ . . ' '*. .-, | ' ' ~O /~ ren ~onlraternlty oI lvlary, i . e a 1 v I *' ,mL ~ : e ,u -a~ a ~*~ ~a| a 4" a t university Will also Seek ~ uuu -|t~ototorz ann ~ttorney ~am t~an-~"totat Jailure"in such a pro-| YJ . Apar(y -- oponsoreu ~y xouns~Brown xne wniry o uie viouern vvutzu/ao~eu, u-uay i,uuvut a ~ v ~ ii ' . . "; ' -, I, . " . . ! 2~prll ~ -- t~arfl parLy at;.~, t o" ila * P" CatholicI ' in Christ and His Church "]Euro-- an countries vuu ior two graauate reslaence/nanato, rteiresnments wm oelposal 'to aistinguisn oetween| n ~ a r .s gu u o~ ,e . P~ lvlactonna nlgll seJ'lOOl -- ~}po = , halls, $3,500000- lor mcreased~served by Mrs. Marie McGmrelthose aspects of a school which/ " /Womans league for beneht of[l / telll /'tl l " . sorea oy messed wrgm so ~-'~c~"~a r3o 11 nan ~.! iaculty salaries, $2,000,000 for]and Mrs. Donald Gorman. lare revolved with rehgious] 1st. Elizabeth sacral center. ]'~Ik~]~r~L~ a ~31 ,A laura II~UUU ~llleS student aid, and $500,000 to es-~ The guild is planning a daylteaching and those which may[~anW o~ ~t. rnerese church. ]~ tablish a retirement plan forlof recollection at the Poor Clarelnot be " I BELVIDERE ~| ~ ~ | ~l. ~.uola -- lne aummer a IUller ~atnoilc llie among non academic em lo e .~ [ ' " Schools of Catholic Action wP1 - ' P y e monastery Wednesday, April 12. The administration also held] April 9 -- Card party m the[] ~ ~ | i stuaents, lne Lamonc Acuon l as unconstitutional across the |evening in parish hall -- Span-~l I~i!i~lggl ~i!~~ I travel some 11 000 miles this - " . ': ]schools have their headquarters ~[~fI~I~F'~R~,[board grants to church schools~s red by St. James Altar and I ~~ i~~ | summer mstrucung aoout ~u |~kV~ll|V|~k~ a a an Rosary socmty [ 000 students in seven dKferent " [ [ ' I ~~~!| ~il~~~ | ,'-in St Louis d tuition payments for all - I The 1961 SSCA schedule fol ! Ilchurch school pupils. Of the last,~FREEPORT l] [~i] [W~~I ] -t| lilt said tuition payments "aecom-[ April 5--Card p a r t y and I ~~ [~il~ I ~amer oames A. tconaon, lows" nenaersonviue N C .:!. ::!~i~i~ ~UIU ~KAYI~ ' ' ~ o o e o" [- ' : an "'t] ~~~ []phsh by lnd~rectmn what grants'style s h o v sp ns r d by St. I ~~ ~l~ I o alreetorof me senois, dunea "~o~; l~UlU~n,iVll n, :::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ":i:i:?i~:~: " . . , . /,I ADVERTISING ART |/do directly, charging ,t ~s no[Franms Hospital aux,hary at] ~iil ~ii/ I saidthe program wilts~art in June26toJmy 1 San ~ran- .:~:~:~:. ii:~:~ii~: .!iii. differen h n --~[~ "-rni" St Jose'-h h~P I - ~ l~l~:~ I :: <::::::: HALFT E t t a payment o . HendersonviIle N. C on June]cisco, July3 to 8; Pittsburgh, [ !i: ON S I/o.~, ] * :, .~ ~ '|"lack"l .~v;al. Klonta i 5 and end m Dallas,Tex on[July 10 to15 New York Au-J ~ :~:~:~ ZINC ETCHINGS I/ I m in St "Mar hall S on I !1 September 2. ]gust 14 to 19 Chicago August |i :~,i,~! ,1t~ ~T 31 /sPore'd by Daughters of~a~Pll~:l] Friendly.Personal Service I Basic purpose of the schools,/2 to 26, and Danas, Tex Au-I| i George C Hawley I/ aramai,ameu/ = '11 Conveniently Located I founded m 1931, ~s to prom te]gust 28 to Sep ember 2 :~ . I ~ i Representing I] VATICAN CITY--Carlo Card-] April 5 -- Paschal card party I[ Our many years o~ experience [ ~k4[~o~ l:~,-,nLo ~ i-~t'--~ ]| ~i~ i I[inal Confalonieri of the Vatican[at 8 p.m. in the school hall ---II enables us to serve you | l 11~lq31111~[JL,III~I.JI'~ kJUp~t~ U. [I 600dwdl-&llen, Inc. I]admm~strahve'" " staff has been[ Sponsored by Blessed Sacra-I .]~"tctently and within" " your means I Arusha Tanganyika-- A U sky. A warrior of the warrior 1 ~:::~~ ,^, . I[named a member of the Sacred/merit sodality by St.Bridget]l | ,~ tzu ~ wyman 3t / S missioner climbed Tangan-to[aMasaiw)!ness.tribe went with him as,I Rockford tVU 4"'" [[Congregation of the Holy Office. parish. I Long-Klontz JFuneral Home I I yika's only active volcano erI ,28ParkAve Rockford dispel local supershtions that ed into the 700 foot cavit and ~l~~r~~,WO 8.2255 | anyone daring to approach the saw the gas explosions YThey I~ '1 4,/ . *~,s ~ s~p@ I ~|= -| | smoking summit would die Isaw the "mysterious" smokeI| our egumr noes utt Ill UMMIN '$ Ill II II l& kl It The Masm and Sonjo tribes]rising from the crater floor |l| !)1 ~l~Ll~,l~l'~ Ill Lengai has an ace t m ' g' ' g P ' " ' W " ' ~ ~):}:/ :~%'" Mo,I Orders e mad back Presents Father Frederick Trumbull,[pictures that he hopes will heip l -- i ll't1 g o, II POORMAN I)111 Presents III CS.Sp sealed the parehedlbreak the hold of the mysteri-| promptl,--Al' Work ~uoranteed |'l Ill h ifitbiRib { I'111 o III mountainside that towers more[ous mountain on the localll |[I ~ III tUNtRAL Mt,Un I/lll t, 0 III than 9,000 feet into the tropicalltribes UE " " . II PALACE SH SERVICE II I! I II1 "" GoIiRRRtl Ib . "::~i: .?:' "--~ - - - ~ Bohvla Gwes Chaplaincy Accord IJ =o4 N. Mo s wo 2-6514 Rockford I]J JlJ IVm. H. Poorman, Owner I/lll " " $" II John Antinucc| Lou Giomolva, I/I I[J No.h F,f,h s Ell to! Preparing The Ill L,A b'AZ, DOllVla~lne 15OllVl- ior the estaDnsnmenB oI a mill- . ill ~KUl C:~llfltlAlle~ III ,~v'~ ~r,n r,*n e,o I]lll 1.- ' ; ~-~." X r.~'. Ill an government has entered into]tary bishopric including an in-[ '2' E Rock,o,d Ill I/IllF'~ to Please Our Patrons Ill an agreement with the Holy See spector and a number, of military [ J I~ " I Delicious Lenten a~suring regular chaplains for[chaplains. The b~shop of the for-[ [L - .[I, P ~ III t " r ! IJl$11eS r~very uay the Bohvmn armed forces, ces is to be chosen by the Holy i I I nmne nlre I IIII .1 es ~very :ay 5 III The agreement, the first of itslSee after consulting with the:| BUD KNOTT & SONS III Illl/g )/1 1 t Inl;. Ell III | kind in Bolivian history, provides[president of Bolivia. I -- l il . I!lll NOON DAY Fl'~~ 't[ III n,~,-vc,~nn tl ' il II Contr, tor$--Suppli.r$ II IIII "'(~N'dE~: ~:~/~lll ~~xrv~ . . . I ~ ---~ ~ Ill " ' IIIII OurSpeeial i~~llil ~c-----=--'---~, ~"'"'""~1 f" = : : " : I/ HEATING AND PLUMBING IIII Bus, ine~,sme~'s~.":",~~lll I Ill I!I V '-- - .111 " Air Wiri, IIIII I "rh Ua,Itl TIJI; I[I THE PHOTOGRAPHIC CENTER II Autometic Sorinklers Power Machinery IIII Every Day Jrom tlE, J /I/I LWJIll I l~g~ like new, lil i IIii III III Motor Rewinding Sheet Metal Work lllll ,o e " Ill when we R Except Saturday I IlI-"" "" m)l,4 w. STATE ST.ROCKFO D wo =.77,7 roll 602-15 S. Moi. Diol WO 3-45S7 lllll xce, Ill get thru KtRL mC6UI I " thru." Ill KI, N. MCUUIbil II Rack,erd, Ill[noi, lilllDiningRoom Open Daily III I I 1 Plilinf Iok~butplentysmartl I,tl " . Illll ~ '~ Ill /PARIS AUTO SHOP I I G~mp, ~,a, ,~ouso- I~ - ' - " I) o /111 From 5 P.M. to 11 P.M. Ill ' WreckRebui'd,r$ I! ill I/Ill, Ill I -";;a;,;;, lII ~z.::~:~:li Weddin~ Photoura.hv E. REYNOLDS' I""/:- '"'""1/I m) Y ~ ~ )II ~ il rink tony III D ol WO 3 4801 THURSDAY 7.30 P M ~rT~t~;4:l.v~[!: I~ -B FOREST CITY , -''. V n Dyke Studio" i!l AMBULANCE li 4201 Charles St. EXport 9-8729 Rockford / Our 31st Yeor of Creoting Portraits of Elegont Simplicity ---Weddings '-- Fomily Portroits. 309 N. Church Street Rockford WO 3-2513 KNABE-'LESTER-4OHMER and WURLITZER PIANOS WURLITZER ORGANS (Musi ' s Richest Voice} Used Pianos and Organs Convenient Terms Rich Piano Organ Co. Freeport SEISTA An Old Proven Stoker Coal For Commercial and Domestic Use CALL BLOCK BRICK & FUEL COMPANY Cornet of Preston and Independence, Rockford, III, Diol WO 4-4607 The Very Best o $| All the Perch you can eat Friday 5:30 p.m. to 9 Businessmen's Lunch Daily 11:30 to 2 p.m. Banquet Facilities SUPPER CLUB 1116 s. Main Rockford PAINT & WALLPAPER 1020 W. STATE, ROCKFOR 221 W. Main St. The Thriftiest, Most Beautiful Food Stores in The Rockford Diocese Locofions: ] a LOVES PARK ROCHELLE ROCKFORD STERLING DIXON a ELGIN AURORA WOODSTOCK MORRIS CRYSTAL LAKE FREEPORT a DEKALB ST. CHARLES OREGON a ROUND LAKE CARPENTERSVILLE Screens and Windows Modo or Repoired in our own shop, Free Customer Porkin9 Gless--Hordwore ond Lawn Needs. WO 3-0267 Rackford WO 8-6101--WO 5-9673 24 Hr. Service Home Oxygen Therapy Experienced, Considerote Attendants I SERVICE For Your Dining Open to the public--22 chairs--no waiting-- Modern Equipment--Air Conditioned---State Accredited--Union affiliated Call or write ]or in]ormation 114 N. Madison 'Street Rockford WO 3.5939 Pleasure in a Friendly Atmosphere We Welcome Catholic groups f or Communion Breakfasts--Luncheons Privacy available ]or all aHairs A Family Treat FEATURING SUNDAY BUFFET 12 to 5 p.m. All you con eet $1.95 Ckildren $1.25 411 MULBERRY ST. WO 4.5651 ROCKFORD 22I ' A Purchase Pro ram I I Everyone! I Some smaller estates afford protection to heirs O far greater t h an their size would indicate. Why? Because they have the benefits of care- fully planned, attorney-drawn wills naming an ~xperienced Executor . . . the First National Bank and Trust Company. Our Trust Officers will welcome a conference with you and your attorney, FIRST NATIONAL BANK and TRUST COMPANY "A" Pogel's Rental Purchose Plon "k Pogel's FHA New Home Plon Pogel's Trode In Plon Pogel's 10% Down Plan Pogel's Work Credit Plan Almost Anyone Con Buy o Home New Homes ond Apartments Now Avoiloble to Compare! Construction Co 536 Windsor Rd. Rockford, III. Call TR 7.7804 Today 401 EAST STATE ST ROCKFORD Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. "Rockford's Oldest Bank" FREE PARKING SPACE ( t