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r,- uL THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, APRIL 7, 1961 Here's More About I |ill Laotian ] . ~,~" ~'~// WWIIiIII 14 '0f Vietaam. Under the accord, [ " I I I ,gram w u ~eek to expand exerv A nl 12 and 13 Card art " v ~" ianuKa 6~ year om leader o[HARy MOH Mrs Margaret J Bl~ck wuuu~iu~.~ ,-- Litllan MC~.aullttel ~r, - - v- ~ = iPathet Lao rebel forces were CAI.L,? zour ~utttort, ea rtyntoutlt Vattant Dealer -- ~ moved to the two northeast prov- [ AMBOY -- Miss M :'y Finn, ~i7. St. Psf- inces of Laos. The southern of /ri~ parish, March 26. the two provinces, Sam Neua, is / U.ROR,A -- .M.rs. Mary C, TrierweHer, the mos" "-'h '" r" . . leO, ~ K,a parish, MarcniJu. - ~. ,1-, I ~k.~L OllC pa OI LaOS, J Mrs. Mary Napper, 91, Sacred Heart ~, "t . ' . Parish, March 30. Bishop '1 z eacv Oll Federal Aid until 1958 was part of the [ George D, Regnitr +s, S+cret~ .tart i v Tonkinese See of Than Hoa now |parish, March 27. I Mrs. Katherine V. Dobbins, 53, Holy LA CROSSE, Wis. --- Bishop "would tax all citizens for mas-:part of communist ruled North ]Anges parish, March 28 John P. Treacy of La Crosse has'siva aids l:o public school con- Vietnam. / [)IXON -- Patrick Cleary, $l, St. Pat- ~ ~ i,- rick parish, April 3. call d upon Cathohc parent, to structmn and teachers salaries,[ Peace was restored in 1957 ] J Paul Kopeck, 74, $1. Patrick l~arish, protest to their congressional~but would deprive your children when the Pathet Lao movement /March 26. " o " e - ' I,ELGIN -- Miss Louise G. SieverL 76, St. repre, entatlves against passagei. . . oz any participation wnatev-:was transformed into a leoall,I l Joseph parish April 2 of a federal school aid bill that'er in the share of taxes which rec'ognizeci Political hart- +'ButI I FRt:EPOR'P'- John M P,ck, 77 St ', " ,~ . ~ ~- 3. ~ [Mary parish April 3 " ex~Uo?:S pn, ate and parocmat pOUgr:m nave to pay ,or tins the Pathet Lao guerrillas were] |9 GEpEPVI~- MiSS Annieh McCarthy, + " P +soon on the move again. [ I ,S. e er parish, Marc 3. The prelate said that such pro-t' "Basic justice would require Since then 1 ~! [burn $0 St -'Flannen oafish March 2B 1 e h ~ I mm news n~o tests by parents woud b"no t at an" governmental actton~r I / Me'HENRY--Mrs. Elizabeth Schneider, i . '. . eacneo [ne outslCle WOFICI on me 94 St Mary par sh March 30 more than their patriotic duty." to a d children in pubhc schoolslfa i J,", * I te ot me ~.atnonc population orl I POLO William Duffey 86 St Mar*/ His opinion was given in a pas- should extend eqmtamy to cnn-I I "-arish M'~rch 26 ' ' ' t . + . oi me missionaries. ~, toral letter pubhsned m the dren m voluntary schools, both The 1 J ROGHELLI: -- August F. Henry, 75, 5?. Times-Review, La Crosse dioce- Catholic and non-Catholic." u~j- yearoooK )ssuen ayt,/Patrizk parish, March 26. san newspaper. [ Bishop Treaty said that "un-[[ n e no.:y~+ee~}sts m%mtaJ num. DIOCESAN READING PROGRAM AWARDS--These 60 ehil- monthly school assembly recently. First awards were pre-/nRp[~s~ ~++;,~h ~:~ ~++qu.n, u;~t m v *o,u ;q~ 1,ms +box or n +^ ~;,+, ;,iuer ot t+amoncs as ~, a ~ne dren from St. James school No. 2, Grades 1-5, in Rockford are sented to 50 of the children and second awards to 10 others, t SAVANNA -- Elizabeth Loughran, 7% on the general question of the the U S as ~econd~cl~as;"cit~: Vicariate Apostolic of Vientiane, shown after they received merit badges for their achievement Required reading for the first award is 36 books and for the J StSJ~r~sh--A~rl2e"s Shukes g,~ $, necessity of federal school aid. izens."'C'atholics must take civiclunder French born Bishop Eli-I in the diocesan reading enrichment program. The awards were second award 72 books covering the various areas of fiction, /M~rL22r~o~' aPr~ ?'. He said'that is to be "decided onlaction to ,-rotest discriminator-lenne Loosdregt, O.M.I accounts presented by the RL, Ray. Herman Meilinger, pastor, at the religion science, mysgery biography and history. JMary par'sh, March 29. its merits, on the basis of eco-Ilegislation? and persuade thei"rlf;~e::s987 ?fr~hee;~" thJth~isoe~51 ~ .~~-~~ -- ]~ nomic, sociological and politicalJcongressional representatives]~;n 5d tr.z I IHead of Bovlan -- +~sters tne Vl-Jl ~l,l lll 1+ FF gl~l~t, 1' tl~b U IJr]llblJbl$ J study ot their determmatmn to secure . " )' ~" " ~ . . . [ ,canate Apostolic of Thakhek un-I He ,rod the admm~stratmnlthesameeqmtabletreatmentex-, ' + I COMING EVENTS in IA, C,vo, h oer 151snop dean Arnauo I ~ .~-- u ~= bills (S.1021 and H.R. 4970) i tended to all other citizens." JMEP "~ '~, ,April [ !t'remler blltnottc| . a frenchman wno nasl A N r I er s ~ LGONQUI FREEPORT 1"I rl~,I~ 11 ~ 1 I 51 s red a. a mLsionarv in Laos Religious reading and p+ ishl I ENTEBBE Vgana --CNC)--lOn Education DlSI1OD IODel talKS on reuerai 3kl(lJfor over a quarter centur-" has I libraries will be the theme ofl April 13--Card party at 8 p m.I April 27--Card party at 8 p.m.I . ' + It [ ~ The first Prime Minister ot a SPOKANE Wash. -- Bixhop chaplain in the armed force~ 9,663 Ca!holies. It has 38 priests I special activities planned by/m Eastvm~" ymn ,ym--Spo Im St. Mary hallu-Sponsored byI ~ / ROCKFORD -- The Ray. An- - - . ' ; ' ~'~-- incmoin~, five diocesan andImalor Catholic ~ r o u n s the isoreo oy ~t. margaret v~ary so- luaugnters ot ~saoe.e. I Sell gox ernmg uganda will De|mony t~ec~er, superimenaent of 15ernara d loper oI apoKaneiwny lS 1~ uncoi3sulutlonal to pay ~ -- [ a ~ v, I . I . I 1~ . .~ ~ . =~:k~ ~;mx, t*rml rtt,p~fi~n =hnuf f~d ltha," ~m/mrv nl' = f~ur.hmr in = 54 Sisters. [clergy and laity in celebrationJCmtY j mcu~mn+ la Catholic lawyer who hasJt~OYlan t~entra t~atnonc nigh "~-7 ~.': 'F.+ ~.'~%'~T'!%'~ ~,"'. ,-* " I - Iof National Librar" Week A,-rjl/ AURORA I April 16, 23 and Z5--"Melodic! 1 {school here represented t h e eral aid to parochial scnools in L~alrlOllC COllege. i~ . :,v p~ayea a majur ru e in me his weekly colmnn, "Your Bish- "Why? It is constitutional for CHA Convenh-- I the hom+, ;+or/ -- C ra ,n St IJou'"v . vV.'"', -'how--S' n this east African na-]~ac31tYon f Inhtat school at the an: ; vu,sorea oy b~ lVlary parlsll ua c ve on oi me l~atloI~al ~t v.~, " ;, ~h,~ Inland Re<, the ~overnment to make Ion-, [a richer fuller I fe--Read,thelRita parish hall at 8 p m. --] . / -v ~-i +" s-I,lannual 'observance of the year lSponsored by Altar and Rosary! ROCK FALLS Ition toward independence. /Catholic Education Assn. at ister term low-interest loans to Cath-: " " ' " " " onv n i H 1 " I, ' Oaens June 12 I ound reading development pro-[society I April 16--Smorgasbord dmnerl He is Benedicto K g. gt-/C e ton a 1 m Atlantm ~ome ot me quartos me pre- ouc coueges, wny ~s it unconsu- 1 I -,/ " !from ~,~ +,~ ~ .- ~ =+ ~+ I ' /Cit, N J this week. late poses in the Spokane dioce-~tutional to do the same for al ST LOUIS --(NC) The 46th/ " " - ' " / P " -- P Yt " .'~ ' I,- - ] r,' ' ' +~. e" +h~ ~c,~ s v w ,~norew palish. ,+,~.-.=.a~ +u=i.= u. /pha e of ~ts act~x~t~th em and le show S nsored b the Cathohc oriented Demo , san newspaper (March 24) are: Catholic primary or secondary annual convention of the Cath-," ","' ,[ st3' -- po . y[ n~'~r~-r~,n [ " - " -[ ti'~" w~s 'Th-'"n~,~ "Why? Historically the United!school? . -tolic Hosnital association of the[pnasls on reading mr youm analHoly Angeles St Anne society [ "' fcratic party which won controll,'%~"'":~',~t. : ," " .~.;~ ~'"~ " + " ~" ' ' z~pril ~--~umma e sale lrom ' uVe.~ UL %IlIlStlall J~IU(Ji~ILIUI1 11"1 State~ government fa',ored reh Wh) ~ It ~s conshtuhonal for lu S on school libraries A rfl 16 Card art at 2 30 g ' ' 1 '. and Canada will be held in ' ~ P" -- P Y : 19 a m until 9 ~, rn a+ 403 We +/of the new legislative couneillContem orar- Society " gion no particular religion but a student in a Catholic college to Detroit from June 12 to 15 This provides cooperating re-In m in St Nicholas hall Spon I % v. % .-, .~ . y ~. ~ ~ " . ' . +. " . . . - . t~ -- " ~tate ~t--~nonsorea oy t atno- in me IIFSI. na[lonwlfle elections nlgn 1gn~s oz me convention renglon in general, wnv nas tne:nave ms expenses paio nv the "Attitude A ' ng]ous groups wtm an opoor-/ ored bv St " ~ r" " % " ~ t . - + - - ,~ +. I s, ctmn Achieve- . ~ . ,s ~ +. Ehzabeth Hunoa z-izic women's eague lever nero nere. i were a special o aJogue Mass supreme cour~ made so many ae-[t l 15ill. why ~s ~ unconsumuon-Jment" will be the theme of the/mmty to relat~ the rams ot mew/an Ladies society ~ " . ~ ~ . ~" ~ ril ~ -- b rin~ aance in h ] ' ,~ in me ~yzannne trite S~CI:lOrl~l cisions against favoring religion?]al to assist parents in paying for convention the association an [own youth family formation J :, .o,- ++1 .~ p P ~. I T e e ectwns were the hr~t I,- ' r~,lJlll Jo-z~ -- ~dlU pe~L~y eulu ixni nts oI t olumous flail ;3 on- t meeungs on proolems Ol secon- " Why? It is constitutional tolthe expenses of their children in'nounced at its he.do.tutti, t-/church library and parochial[ .; [ g~, :. .P .[step toward self goyernmen ,1~ "; + .1 a laS;Illon snow aI~ernoon ano eve soreo o no r~ame SOClet OT aary eoucauon ano a oemon pay the salary of a Catholic parochial grade schools?' here school programs tothe corn-L,L ^ y . y . Y ]which will be proclaimed along ~, . " . -. t,m~ ~pz~* -~o a.u cv~.m~ ~13*,*~t r'atricK cnurcn 'with a new constitution ;n the~s~rauun oy r~aalu k~OI'VUr~ILIUII The keynote addr ss " rnumty.wme eztort, i-'aruc~pa~- . ' rl~ -l~T~g"~lll" T~ 1" O1 I e . will be[ J18 and April 19 at St. Joseph[ April 9--Annual School Fairlne-r fu+ur Fur in'~"'-end'-nce/ f America on the problems of IWO I ITII aolo llOWS given by the Rev James H Fitz- mg groups lncmae: t amonc/ arish S'~nsored b'" Arch Con I I ,%,~ v = ]a language laboratory ,~atrick' associate director of "h- Library As,;n National Catho-|,~ . -~, pu .~ - ~rom ~ to a p.m. at t'onsnra - wiu iouow soon afterwaras ~. % ~' .~ ' 1",c ' ~ " . ~ratermty o~ wiarv con's nall 126 15th Ave ~ n- . ~ne rtev. d. l~'nlllp rtell.ly rap- NEW YORK -- The Nattonal[Father Pmrre Tellhard de Char-,Brooklvn dioce~,~'s ,~+,~+-- /lic Welfare Conference Natmnal]~. J . . .-- po I Uganda is a high hilly coun-] ,-+ Council of Catholic Men Will pre- din S.J. The program will be!health"and hosDltais [Council of Catholic Men, Nation-l. April. 27.--Card party at Ma: Isored .by St. Stamslaus Parents ltry the size of Oregon with a]resente~ ~reep ~+s+cqmn,~en" r r m---one of hem+ ' t "~ "' " I - /donna high scnool -- ~ponsorea councn. ' ~ s ~,~ sent tv, o p og a s t ihrn~rlr, m~t frnrn 1~.2n tn 1 n m al Counct][ of Cathohc Women " . Ipleasant chmate despge the fact[ a special Easter show -- over[,EST"~~ I D 1eh DT and National Council of Catholic by Blessed Virgin sodality ol bt. J Aprn ,z -- lempnone ~rmge ]that it lies across the Equator.I.;-- -.------~---- -. t ~ Theresa church party--Sr~nsored by Young Ma lY the National Broadcasting corn- :~t I~IEIErIJ[~| ~ Youth. - I rons uild of th -a holt WorntAlth ugh missionaries did not]J{eadlllt Awards pany radio network on EasterJ~ Frorn 2,:30 to 3 p.m (EST) I I I Local units are being urged to May 6--Spring dance from 9[t g . e ,C t c . -Ireach Uganda until the la~e} Sunday misnop uonn o. wright m ritts- r " . m until 1 am at Montgom-Inn's tongue mr oenent 'or ~t.l.emr n ;4-- I~ =1~'7 I bulsL, l~lllS--15onnle ~ee rmt. " ' II cooperate wltn Cll;lzens commit- ~' . . ~ouu~, "~u pe~ c~n~ uz ~b a,o~,-, The special April 2 program burgh will speak on the NBC net- + - er, V F W hall S,-,msored b, Ehzabeth socml center. ,~,~ ^ ~ ,-.h~;~,^ s ler and Kay Thflr, e~ghth grad- . ~,-.~ *. ~ . i~ ~ t~'es In IFlelF own communities J,-- r--- ' .' -- ---.-. t . t .luuu IJuup~ aze .uw ~ z~u, ,~ . . . . will be called "Hope and the WOI'K on me ~b~.~vzs ~.atnoac ~ ~ Men's club of St Peter narish I Aprll l~---Far~sn dance, scnooll +~ ~ ~. ~-th" tars at ~. mary scnooJ nere ,ana ~Qltorlal lea~ures are plan- ~- . . ~wu-,~u~ us w.u.s a~ ,~a u- . . Resurrection" and will feature Hour progran ~ aud~tormm sponsored bv St Pc- lies /werethefirst m the school to " I ! '~"- lleQ lOt nal;lonal pUDI1CItLIOIIS. Jl~t~Jtt~vJtt~,' . . dramatm readm s w~th musm On the re a,n r ~ ter s Home and School Assocm wm the third reading award m I m t now *""' h h f h f A rlt Fath r r - ~ tlon tne alocesan reaalng enrich on t e t eme o man's ope in o p " . e John F. C onin, i '4 ~ 1~ it[ 1[ ][~'~ ,: - -' sert and card party at 7"30 p m I IGU OnOT I ', " J ln ItS [ourtn vear 1s cezeormea ' ' ~h May 6 Spring dance at I-IU.I IFVltl ment program the risen Christ. IS.S. assistant director of the ; q~V~['~"~ "," ',Snon~ored b~ C o u r t Holy -- [ 1 Selections will be read from Social Action department, Na-' !'in t~;tL, S?ra:;0~ :;2sr~rU:::b; ?r ;v~ s* Cathoiic Daughters oflKnights of Columbus hall--Spon-~ Home of K-'~-G~ f Kin D ~: ' sored bv St Bernadette Home ~:u17~.kSA:;ustin~ St?J~hn,Sotf tet:::l C?}h:~CguW:~f:;a~ rnf~ ~* ' F. reeP. ffs F avortte ]the. Nahonal Book. commtttee, Amerxca. R"~ and School association, t j~II1~I1~ ~ r~~ ~, ' ~ t/epartment~tore]orover ~an lnaepenaent mzens' group; ~bv~ ~ VIRGIL l/ / / ~ ~ t w]tk~,"-~A~ ) II [ne L.ross, nomas lviermn anuime k.aT, nOllC I"I0UF. i t & ' i ",1 ~ ~lll~ll~ -- ~ J I~ Jncoo rattan wltn tne ,'~merApril 9 t ara party m the eve 83 Years pe " -- " Anril 22 -- Dance in Ss Peter/~.-- L----~-]~] ~ ! T) l ,t g-~ -1 -1 rl~ " = n . " " ,ican Library Assn. nin~ in parish hall--Sponsored and Paul hall---S,~'msored' b- A1 ++ 1 [~'~--I !~ - - ~%~pt~ rllOt tJi'ualilell lraDDlSt tries[ b-. St James Altar and Rosar "~, ." "t 1 ~ tit i~ w. ~tepnenson 3t. ~mm~le~.m ~ ~ I tar ano t~osary society mr Dane- I ~ ~ [] PARIS---A former transatlan- Association ' "KI:I:I'UK/ - - - society. 'fit of the parish, ll~Al~J~V~' DAI.MAJ /~ O.- : !1 I IIII I I ~ ~ ~ tic pilot for Air France has beenl He was chief pilot of Air m ~ ~ ] ELGIN Ill t OULLI~III Udl) O~i ,+ II II . o | oraamed a Trapplst prmst, jFrances hrst fleet of trans,t-, ] ] Aprll 21--Card party I+ ~ 1:30 ~+~+~:~]]]:=::":~+,++:~:::~++~++:*+:::,~:::'++~+~+~:I ~,; 0 . . He"d " o Pl IS.-. "t-.1;1'1-~ He is Father Bau doin, lantic Constellations and had' ~ t : [ ~ I ip.m: and 7:30 p.m. in St. Joseph SOy You Sow It inI " ' ~ ~, L, } I ~ til i i il ------- O.C.S.O who was born Ber-]lS0 Atlantic crossings. He has ~l~e L, F school hall--Sponsored by St. "rM ~n nvc~ [~ i nard Cordier in 1912 and Iought a total of 8 000 flying hours and "--" e~l~l~l~ I!Joseph hospital Senior auxil- ~uJ,n~.~ff ]] j ! '`~+,~:,~+~i~i~i;i!i~iI;~i~i~:+~:~:,~!~;}~{~i~`~!~:~'~;I!~i~:~`z , in Bt~talns Royal Aw Force xs a heutenant colonel m the ~A~|[~V [ ~I~K~ ,tory [I ~'~ ~. "1~1 r' ~ I during World War II. After the air force reserve. icJd ll l i - t tl In@ faCTS . . I war he headed Air France's ad- Bernard Cordier entered the, m .' L.' I 10 E 10 f'~ O I" II I vanced tramm center for na t o v I ralnring ffLUMUIINEi lit v- sr~ ~ ~ / V II / " " c to. x 1 50 . . . II Eiet The Floutes I gation and became president of He was ordained (March 18) inl " roper Hongmg HEATING !i Ill ~ i I the Civil Aviation Navigators'lthe Parisian suburb of Neuilly.! Drv-Wo[| Tonlnn -' I, I Day for Golden Weddm- Cou les ,2 $. Cherry CLUB ES UIRE ,G You More",P - . I LAFAYETTE, La. -- Couples been asked to marl the names Phone: ADorns 3-1916 rreeporL IIh | I I in the Lafayette diocese who[of couples in their parishes who! 841 S. L/berry--Freeport,DiM ADams 2-5316 "'famous Por Pzne rood ' J J J have been married 50 years or have been married 50 years ori II . I more will be honored May 7 at!longer. A personal invitation j ]] ]] " I ~.I ' ' [ ~teakg--~hlcken--DelilOOfl i J -tram- I -- ~ I special ceremonies in the Ca- from Bishop Schexnayder will be ~1~ l-- ~ ~ Distinctive Atmosphere -- Delightful Cuisine Jt thedral of St. gohn the Evangel[extended to each couple to at-! t laane A t I ist tend the ceremonies The event ----,--~ ~,'~ --~ ,~,r ~.ona,t,oned uomtort Teor hound,I d & I~.l 1 Ilk~ ~ 4~,ml=t~l~,ll~ 1tm I I Bishop Maurice Schexnayder is being cosponsored by the ~L ~ 4P F+ m+ w, o, + o, o ~0 II /~ArqU=)/VtU/UK3t InC. I of Lafayette will preside at the[Family Life Bureauof the Dio-! ~ muviNur " H I diocese's first annual "Golden case o[ Lafayette and by the ~ ~] [,~f] " ~ . ReserYetions Fer Privete Portht, AD 3- 10 J J " " ' J Anniversary Day." [Southwest Louisiana Register,: ~l~'~l /~II~ADA Ill tl 9 W. Douglas Frec-ort, Ill I Pastors of the diocese have j diocesan newspaper. ~l[''~PII$'411 I :I II +,= III I H . II I " + " ' ' -'+ " ']II, ' v . II ' Free Estimate= laO Turned trom emlnarv = I ,I MERCK AND SPRINGER II / ' AD 2.2512 I,II J MADRID--Bishop Leopoldo 3.000 of the 10,000 young menI DOttlnn Cioods ,o, ~ II v.s. Choice Meats--Home Made Sausage t Ill [] Eijo y Garay of Madrid reveal- who applied to diocesan andl r i~ "~ 2 r~, PORT ~ I 11" S Chiea o "Ave I ed in announcing a seminary Religious seminaries in 1958. ~eL"t"pdH=r'4w e~ '~.m ~ I o . g |tl AT IrDAU/E/~Dh/C ~~~ ' ' 1211 E Step.enson--Freeporf m Ph ADams 2 8712 Free ort Ill I / ,n wrvnu / ~,n~wrvnu ~ fund appeal that 150 would-be[were turned away because of " I " P ' ' . . . lU I g ' J ~emlnarmns were turned away lack of room m semlnarxes, lack j i ' ' ' J ' I I ' '"' ' ', '' [ ' * t J ' "~ ' I ~l~,m~m ~m.mAim n [] ti~is year for lack of space and of funds to care for them, ort' I ,! =: : : : 7 + funds to support them. insufficient education. This is LEO S Qual,t), Memor,al$ [fl SUPER KEMTONE RUBBER WALL PAINT j J The diocese has about 250 estimated to mean an eventual[ Ill ,~ti~ and,[] / ~~ [] ~eminarians. loss of 500 or 600 priests eachI ~ I| ~ ' ' K[~ G[0 E~A~E[ |~ ~l~L~l~Ul]~,~ ~-:~ [] Itrha: been/:ep:rted that]year. ~ Im We eei.lle, m rlto lsit to Brazil Protested III WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO I1[] we Specialize [] ,Ill ,',tll -- AS near as [] RIO DE JANEIRO -- Rio's er' of Alojzije Cardinal Stephi-: ' " 'l ,n me ru, mg o! [ your do Ior'$ } 1 Catholic Archdiocesan Confeder-lnac was approved at a general SERVICE ! Ill - ----Ill ." l Y0Ura0cl0r$ I1 ation has formall- -rotested[assembly of the confederation.: %. -- --- I FLACHTEMEIER III ,o.r Ill ~our Prescriptions h0ne [ [] .~ +' jJaime Cardinal de Barros Cama-i ~.LA~ ; .', III ~ Appe+aranee ~l~-.~'m~ lll " L r ' " 'Z "' ! [] against the ~razman g vern'Ira Archbishop of Rio said thatt Tires Betteries Acces ries : twonument WORKS III lll l -X K3h III 1 FREEPORT ILLINOIS IJlllPr$ VO v Ex err Fitters of Trusses ment's in Ration to Mar+hal Tito lif he came. Marshal Tito wouldI' Ad,ms + W' k ; . I+I 'I [II W I [] .Expert Fitters of Trusses [] :! h,t.n. erown--w. II. +rewn, ~wn*~ ~ : Let Us Help You I " " of Yugoslavia to visit this coun- be greeted by the totting of: P e.e *D 2-8010--Freeport i I 107 $. Ad=m. ,D.m, ,-, III 2 " Itl Elastic Stockings Surgicol Supports 1 try. church bells as a token of I 2:+ " IMP-, . .- -- m The protest against "the jail-lmourning. I ~IJ . A[ kst=J - II d,1 1 II Home oj Freeport'tFirst' 3-Minute Car g/a,h |!1 " J " Ilii I'.'J I: II I I I : I I i,i rrlsoners "U[[][ urpnan t nllel II ' |1 t ,ou,ou, II! - q ALGHERO, Sardinia-- Prisoa-[to make his first Communion but ,[ Seal Covers IIII| I [II~, P01ishin~ I;I co u, r v~m ',c t III : ~ t, ;.~; I ers in the Alghero jail on the im- wanted a hair of shoes for thai pj ,].|J.lrLt " I - --4 Ill Ilr+l II[~llgll ~]~rl 11111el3 ~l nave maae it possime :or an or-I . . . /I ~. =. ~v tL~p~, .~1. ~lll~ Cornet it| "]4 South Chicogo Avenue II . ~ - " - ~ " "l ed the request among the m I phan boy to receive his first Holy "-]J ~//,~F S. G;i;;; & Jl~/~i~~''j~ m n Commun!on in style I +e++ took up a col]ectmn, tl ,+o ili ,r ll , , une prisoner recezvea a lettert ,~s a result the orpnan receiv-il ~ - ltl~ ~-t~l/I from the boy, w kom he hadled approximately $20 enough tol -- I I~},l(~ ~J ~ i- . J known before being sent to jail.[buy not only shoes, but a new I JIM MEYERS SHELL STATION I l hn A! r'h I The boy told him he was going/suit and white tie. J ~ E J ] I ~ ~ ~ I III V V L~U//K~// ~.J.l.~. ~l~j[J ~ x.~u-t.~xxCaUJI, i~ J . . IJ WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS lll~]l,I~i I ~ I ,:j , Paros Pohee Seize Cathohc Weekly[, m,ql[~,~ OPTOMETRIST ~+l~il .~~ Fashion Shop Jl / Ergo/ O/kvi IklN )~'IN ,31 +~ ~0 W a complete issue of the Catho-I The weekly final appeared:[ ,4tt * ~, J~:i| ~~,Main Freeport, Ill.I lic wee!~ly Temoignage Chre-[minus the reports but withi| (IL,-mr!'/~r I ' II/ .]il 1 ~ver YYOOlWOrTnS) ] tien (Christian Witness)featur-[three empty pages bearing thel] . II/~ ~+11 I ing reports by Algerians living[single word, "Censored." [I --^ - ^ lll AD 2-501 ] j vzszt us aria oee our irt. J in Paris on violence perpetrated[ The auxiliary police force of[J LU[3~II[I( n[AIIIIU ~ All( tUIli/lllUIIlfl~ JJj~ ' IJ~itJ ~ | ,comparaote t+ottectton oI against them by an auxiliary[Algerians was formed here a I 1111 E~RT e Pkon. AI~ 2-3+'3 II1 I J police force composed of Al-lyear ago. II I J Excitine Fashions I i I il i i I " I " II II " I I II '1 ',| ~ 10 J ! I Marks Found in Cenacle,~ ' S r m ' I T T a r II . ~Pe+~ ~ ~ II COAT~--timed and untrimmed F, buous Mink While, I I t, lt, v t Jt s . . . xj . for I ! B ack, Gerulean, Ranch, Autumn Ha~e JERUSALEM, Israel--Restora-thought to be the badge of the:l III .-. I,I " I tion work at the Cenacle, theup-Legio Fretensis the Rom.n:| rejresnmg ill [ Z.I m DOWNTOWN FeeePOeT il I tt I I .Z. " 0 IIiltPI X/ Illl [)4],| SUITS--superbly.styled, with er without Fur, and hand.detailed. I per room where the Last Supper ":"Y ""' :?"%? "~,' u.='[I . Ill t / ~ Italian Foods i,m~ u~m :~ i+l , glnnlng OI me ~.nris~ian era. lne was celebrated and where the other is believed to be the oo.'+il PI D I~W D Y~ II ~ Steak, lllLI~l ~I II, DIIE$SE$--the l,est lit desl,n and ].brie and a larg. e.llee. I Holy Spirit descended at Pente- of arms of a Crusader. Further I ~ II k Ill I ! fl %a Fo " IIIlll~/M ~1 [,tion o] halJ.sizts. Casual . . . Tea.Time . . . and "'AJter $". I " ' I ~ O{15 cost, has reveale wall markings mvestigatmn ,s being made imoll II II}illk~l~l I!1 I tentatively identified as symbols an inscription under one of the J for BIG "D" Drewryt lil ~ jr"--tAueKen Iltllll[~T~ ~ "] Ill SPORTSWEAR-skirts and su:eaters to match . . . ,lack, I of the Roman legion which was armorial bearings. 11 istributed " hr H II and Pizza " II1 blouses, Deacon Vests & Cashmert's. I . u . ~ eusnout otepnenson boum~ Dy-- Statmned m J r u s a l e m m The restoratmn work .s u+ ll I[I ~ Served at Table or Carry-Out H I Christ s time corned out under the superv~ F R A N K,- , II L A $ S A N D R O Itl ~ Alw,y, Prep,red to Perfection Ill LINGERIE AD 2.4313 MILLINERY I JvC'UZ; M=, o,I +, Spri.l ,~treet AD 24113, Freep.rt.'Ill +|. Di.] AD.2-5515 . o . 10' E. Stephenton : ,+ tt I~1 I ( I 14