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Sunday, April 16, 1950 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section--Page 9A ~i~ . using Events Rockford Apr. 20--Annual Spring Card Party--St. Patrick's School audi- torium-8 p. m.--auspiees Parent- Teacher association. Apr. 26--Spring Benefit Party -- nldoon high school auditorium 8:00 p.m., auspices Muldoon Educa- tional Auxiliary. Apr. 30---Annual Charity Dinner --Knights of Columbus Clubrooms --4 to 7 p. m.--auspices Bishop Muldoon Council. Aurora April 13-14--Rummage Sale, St. Mary's School Basement, sponsored by School Mothers. Apr. 16---Opertta "Sally in Our Alley," presented by pupils of Sac- red Heart School, Simard Hall, 2 and 8 p.m. April 16-17 Three Act Mystery Comedy--presented by St. Joe- seph's club--St. Joseph's hall-- 8p.m. Apr. 18 -- Annual Spring Card Party, afternoon and evening, Holy Angels Church hall, auspices St. Anne's society. Apr. 20---Annual Spring Parish Card Party and Bake Sale, St. Nicholas parish hall, 8 p.m. April 20----Lecture by Edward Marciniak--Saint Gregory Book Shop--75 S. Broadway--8 p. m. April 21-23--Rummage Sale-- auspices Ladies Auxiliary of Ma- donna High School. Apr. 22--Baked Ham Supper-- Woman's Club Building--5:30 and 6:30 p. m.--sponsored by St. Rita's Altar & Rosary society. Apr. 22-23--Gay Ninety Revue-- presented by Catho-Chori club. May 3--Annual Card Party and Style Show--Marmion auditorium --a u.s p i c e s Marmion Mothers' club. May 3--Afternoon and Evening Party, 1:30 and 8 p.m., auspices of Ladies Sodality of St. Thcrese par- ish. May 10--Annual Card Party and Style Show--Holy Angels Church Hall--8 p. m. auspices Court Au- rora. C. D. of A. May 12--Annual Spring Dance--- Andrew's Country Club, aus- :)ices Aurora Chapter of Marmion Alumni association. May 17--Lectur~ by Rev. Ber- -nard I. Mullahy--Saint Gregory Book Shop--75 S. Broadway--8 p. m. May 17 -- Spring Luncheon-- Our Lady of Good Counsel Church Hall -- sponsored by Sanctuary Sodality. May 7--School Carnival--After- noon and Evening--St. Mary's School -- sponsored by School Mothers. Elgin April 15-16--"Pickles", presented by students of St. Edward High School, St. Mar~"s hall. April 18--Annual Card Party-: sponsored by St. Laurence Altar & Rosary sodality. May 3 -- Annual Spring Card Party, sponsored by St. Joseph Hospital auxiliary. Hanover Apr. 21--Card Party, St. John's parish hall, 8 p.m., sponsored by ii ~ St. Anne's society. ~ ; McHenry :"i Apr. 23--Style Revue, McHenry High school, auspices of St. Mary- St. Patrick Parent-Teacher associa- tion. St. Charles Apr. 13-14--Rummage Sale--St. Patrick's Church Hall--auspices St. Theresa society. Sublette A REPORT ON U.S. CLOTHING DRIVE There was much joy in the Diocese ()f Bamberg Germany, when the big clothing shipment arrived from America, the result of the drive last Fall conducted under the auspices of War Relief Services- National Catholic Welfare Conference. In the photo, Bishop La~dgraf and Caritas Director Dr. Kroener inspect the newly arrived ship- luent. (NC Photos) 11- I I ram e ,@ Washington-- (NC)--The "Point Four" program for supplying cco- nomic and technical help to back- ward areas has the backing of the Social Action Department of the National Catholic Welfare Confer- ence. In a statement to the Senate Foreign Relations. Committee, which is conducting hearings on the program, the Rev. R. A. Mc- Gowan, director of the N.C.W.C. department, declared that Point Four is an idea "which in effect recognizes the dignity and worth of the human person." He said it would help build peace because it would make the goods of the world available to more of the world's people. At the same time, he cautioned the legislators that when they draw up the program they should write specific provisions requiring due respect by the administrators for the religious, cultural and nmral standards and customs of the individuals and groups in the un- derdeveloped areas. "Any effort to introduce immoral practices, such as artificial birth control, will be more disastrous to the success of the program than the economic and social havoc which would result from efforts to introduce highly industrial proce- dures in those areas whose imme- diate technical needs are most ele- mentary," he stated. Father McGowan also recom- mended that any education offered in the backward areas should em- phasize belief in the family as the ~i rimary institution of society, be- ef in the dignity of labor and in the "immeasurable worth of the human person." 150 Japanese Catholic Students Hold Meeting Another Honor To Archbishop Added By Italy Washington --(NC)-- In rec- ognition for accomplishments to alleviate suffering among the people of Italy during World War II when he was executive di['ector of War Relief Services --National Catholic Welfare Con- ference, Archbishop Patrick A. O'Boyle of Washington, has been decorated with the Order of the Star of Italian Solidarity by the Italian government. Announcement of the award was made here by Albert Tar- chiani, Italian Ambassador to the United States. The award was accompanied by a letter of greet- ing from Italy's President Luigi Einaudi to the Archbishop. The Archbishop has received two other decorations from It- aly, three from France and one each from Luxembourg and pre- communist Poland, in recognition of his relief service efforts. Pres- ident Truman awarded Archbis- hop O'Boyle a citation for "em- inent service rendered in the field of humanitarian war relief dur- ing World War II." Appointed British High Commissioner In Germany London--(NC)--Sir Ivone Kirk- patrick, Permanent Under-Secre- tary at the Foreign Office, in charge of the German section, has been. appointed British High Com. mlssmner in Germany. Nagoya, Japan -- (NC) ~ The i ~ ,'-,,'--~ - -x - Cathoilc Students' ~ederati-,- ^~ succeeds General Sir Brian Rob- ii ' Apr 16 Card Party,~arochial third National Convention of the Sir Ivone, who is a Catholic, i scnoot nan, uur ,,any oz ~'erpetual ..... ~. "-~ -Y" ertson He is himself s-~c^^~^~ -* Heln nnvish Japan was nero at ~angan uatl~-I., .~. .... u~ ~u ~ --- ,- .... ~ne rorel n fli "" ....... 01it" University here with an at- . g O ce by another Cath- ~ a " . " ~tt ~J~ ~l~ .. tendance of about 150 delegates, of a Noffn Amerlcon ~Ollege whom about one-sixth were young ~ " I~ ~o~1, ~. ,A- I~-. women. Schools as far distant as i~ [~~ m u~fli ~l~wvIr~ rut Hokkaido and Nagasaki were rep-lem~ ['~ 1950-51 Is Filled resented. A lively discussion was developed ~d am I e A ~ts full -uota of students for the wards communist professors. A ld. A Re~BUy [ 4 ~l~holasti~ year'of 1950-51. resolution was adopted that no $9.75 | . ~.ppIicadons xrom 28 U. S di-lcause a "rofess"- 1- ...... ~^'~^ _ ~~Hane-E| _ .WAn~. 'k . . . . ~acion snould be taken merely be- m~.....-. WAHL I ....... oce~es, among which were five not lcommuni~t, but~th'a~V~h'~'~students ~~v~s~ro~=" [ S.ilsnt .o~er e i I -- - - " ~ nose tna~ onee pr v OUSly rep~:~sented: were aft- would favor a dismissal in case ~I~ Com. / .- --n.o, cepcea zor seno|ng stuoencs to tha~he becomes involved in ,,~,,ersi,,o ~~] we.e I get along wita- ~-,,, college for the coming year. Ap-lactivities ...... ~l~d u~ [ out..It, fin .E~- I " ceptlona! value ~ p!ieatmns from several other di-I The committee on population stu- W ~ ~ / $9.75 uccses nau ~o De rejeetea ~,~.,~ =mac ~!'i'i " Idles circulated a report. It was ator~ /~ ~rll~@ 0 L,~pillW :~;~: The new enrollments will bringldecided that copies of this report IWIced at only $650| manta-so " ~'- the student body to 124 students[should be sent to all the Catholic ~..u. ,-.,n~,,: ~^,,~^B.~-,^~, ~.."~. from ~6 U. S. dioceses, whereas Istudents federation of the world --*,n~ ~s, rrs~ ~.varv~.~.,vn ~i:~ the present registration is 84 stu~ [to inform them ~bout the present Sterlin~ Illinek f! dent~ from 51 dioceses. /situation in this-country. :olic, Sir Donald Gainer, until now British Ambassador in Warsaw. An alumnus of Downside Bene- dictine College, Sir Ivone is noted as the man who flew north from London to identify and interrogate Rudolf Hess, when the Nazi dep- uty-Fuehrer parachuted into Scot- land during the war. Beverages BUDWEISER ON * SOLD F:VERYWHERE TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. Sterling Mattress & Upholstering Co. The Best in Mattresses end Upholstered Furniture 303 Third Ave. --- Tel. 1242 Sterling T. J. O'BRIEN REALTOR Office Phone S0S Lawrence Bldg. 1044 STERLING, ILLINOIS Residence Phone 2S48-W I FISK TIRE DISTRIBUTOR [ I For Prompt Courteou~ Service I 208 Third Ave. Sterling, Illinois L "TRADITIONALLY FINE FLOWERS" a LUNDSTROM GREENHOUSES ] 20S 18~ AVE. ROBERT A. 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