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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER iDAY, APRIL 21, 1961 " Teachers ! Are Invited ! , r Wyt Quincy college librarian based Freshmen made least use of The Sisters who will attend the 2 000 00O = are ~:~:~.:Mo:lems::~:~ ::: [//'than o the YCS then went to the[ " lleRe A t k i n s on o Meeting ! CO e enta DeKALB -- Religious sisters i~{i I ELGIN -- Thirty representa-[ward high, national repr s - ,and lay teachers of the diocesan ii [tives of various sections of the tire; Dan Stegmaier, Marian tschools are invited to attend the ~ JRockford Federation of Young]high, Treasurer: Carol Linkow- Collo,*inn M,~t Rond 10it R,mk~ ]tenth annual Congress of Class- ~ ]Christian Student= held theirlski. Mt. St. Mary acade;-~,*, "~" "~ ' ]room Teachers at Northern Illi- ~ [annual meeting at Marycrestlsecretary. QUINCY, Ill -- A college li- ligured this would amount to nois university on Saturday iiii . farm Elgin, April 8-11. The ' Elect Delegates brarian estimated it requires 100 books pet' student for Iour'April 22. Sessions are scheduled :iiii' ".:::~:: weekend began with a dance ,rl, 1,l~,~a ~,~ extra reading of a minimum of years, from 8:30 to 12:45 p.m. in the i]i!i sponsored by the St. Edwardlde{egateg"to "accom;;nv'* t~t~; 100 books for a student to get Seniors checked out the great- Administration Building auditori- ::; ~YCS group More than 400 stu- fcmr nowlv ~,/,~r,t~et cdf'~er t through college these davs est number of books 15 per um. !i ~ . . Re s n a- ~ ."" 1~. o o :~ : :~ d e n t s attended . pre e. t tthe NatmnaI Study Week whmh Father Jovmn LongO F M studentFather L a n g s~ld Iunch at Newman ::.: ~ ~* ::~:~ !tives from the varmus sectmns,thiv "v~',nr will h~ hold ~ St Benedmt co . , h~s eshmate .on use of the h- the hbrary, 6.9 books per stu-/congress are also mwted to .a PLAN ANNUAL SIENA BALL---Seven members of the executive board of the Home-School tfarm' ~ IKan. They are Barbara Mo- brary by stuclents of all classes dent, while sophomores and jun-lhmcheon at the Newman Cath- Ao~n ,f ~t Cotherine of Sien~ school Dundee and Mr and Mrs lohn B Alberts the coordin-,Workers from National [daff Madonna high and Pat dmlno the first semester this lors averaged 1212 votumex per ohc Student center following the r Bo lan hlzh ~ " ' " ' ' ! ' ' ating couple for the ball committee, discuss details of the 3rd annual Siena ball to be held Sat- ~ Saturday m o r n i n g aftcrICla k, y ~, school yearHe said students student he reported A total of closing session of the congress, " hu s ou " " 'er " e s " ' ' I urday, May 1+, at the Elm nt C nty club. Dmn will b etved at 7 p.m. wRh dancing be- ]Mass, whmh was offerer by theI Delegates to the weekend on me avera~oe tOOK OUt almost IU b6~ nOOKS were clrculatea oy l~or the convenience ot me com- " " vided b ati a o " ' " ' o I ginning at 9:30. Music wtll be pro y the n on 113-kn wn Tex Beneke orchestra. Shown dmcesan chaplain, t h e Rev./were urged to encouraze thew o ooo~s earn ~rorn me norary me norary m me nrs~ semesmr mince, aavance regls~rauon mr fi-nt r-w ! to r " Mr and Mrs Alberts Sister Mar'" Claver ~Francis J Bonnike two full / - e. . . r . ' I, . . ~1 . . I outliolng ptans zor me event are: t "o o / y,I ",-/memoers to attena evner o[ aurmg me nrst semester. ~e ne sam. ~uncneon snoum oe ma~e ~.qrnR.S.M. principal, and Mr. ~nd Mrs. g'Nlton Edwards. (Standing) Mr. Anthony Trapino, Mr. t i m e workers from national the regionai study week-ends. "~s~r~ ng~-~ D . ~ [t ne ~ev. nuoert.v .mcumn,[and Mrs. Raymond Kribs and Mr. Richard Husted. (Photo by Martin T. O'Connor) Iheadquarters presented a pro-/or summer study weeks: either luu.uuu nosarlcs t verscas [~ewman t~enter cnapmm. --' ~ram Miss Audrey Pankratz/the Great Lakes Re-ional on ~ [. The .Teachers' congress !ca-i Ifrom Marshfield, Wis deliver-[Aug 27-31st at St Joseph coi- ~vu~m era. -- ~ campaignlcmonet WhO has oeen mamng tures ~r. taenry niu presioentl ~ dr ~ I W IV" /ILl I ~ talk entitled Motiva r. " ' . ' ' eu d " . -~lege r~ennsalaer lno or LD to provide 100 000 rosaries for the beads as a hobby for the of Peabody college Nashville I ~-'~fl~ 1"~ iV ~ ~ ~-J'~ ~ ] ~J~'~ i'1 ~ ~ ~ ~'n ~,~ ~, ',",; ~ "',-. - the foreign missions has been[past 25 years. Since he former- Tenn in an address, "Richer I/ IL~'~ ~ q, Ml,l~'~'~It~ ~ .~ 172,',n ~i:'2u's~i2n~s~. ]Lnjawes~,reg2onat at ~i ~m- launched bv the L~ttle Brothers ll served with the Army m the,and More Powerful than Ever I [ n,t. on-: s-'eaker was Mur I " " " ' ' " i ' *no *ec u,b',- ~ug. 1~-1~. of the Good Shepherd at thmr Phllhppmes, Korea and Japan, Dr. Phillip Jackson, gifted child ~ ~ 1/ I~ ~ "-;-v Dowais f r o m LouisianaI refuge fc:r destitute men. he knows first-hand how popu- specialist from the University of ~4 '~"ls~ 'J"l~ "iF ~ ~ W ~ ]&'71 ~" ~ ~'~ Ik~ ~ ~h~ ~nnk2 kin~ t ~ T-T----I-1------~ I Beginning their project withIlar the rosary ,an be amonglChicago will speak on '@heI ,~' ItS! ~jI~IN~III;U~I~ O k.~14,UIS~UOO IjjdigZLio;;s-m;/yetfh2ot 2- noIa runerat broken rosaries and discarded the natives o. various countries.]Highly Creative and the Highly In" the afternoon all the dele~ . . beads of all sizes and colors, the In a workshop set up in their,Intelligent Student." - l'~ates went to St Monica ,at/Rites for Sister 1Rrnth~,r,~ wlm nn~,r~t~ Camillu< r#,fuao tho tRrnth#,r ~,h,~ s,~w~=l Nthn "P~,ni,-e [ VAIIUAN Ull~--tllS l-lOllneSS aooresset"l our exhortations tO OlllgeBtly Ior lne preparatlOTl oi/ g . ~o - 7, "' ~;"" 7'~-7 'd;,: ":1-~'"2-'.~.~,7- "%" .;~':"l "~, *"" ~" Pope John XXIII has issued on'you venerable brother.* and to the council that'the Divine Par-lish Meadowdale, where they/~r -~r 1 mouse in the flowntown lvllam! about Ouu Iree meats Oally [o Uther interesting topics are: ' ," ',"' ' [ , area ho e to s h i rosaries need men are ivin instrue- Uninue Annroaches to I:an,~ua~e apostolic letter to the b~shops of~all the faithful, partmularly to aclete, the living source fire carmed on an apostohc acUv~tyij Vlar~o- .[~leree{les I~ P Y- " g g . - - I- .~,"~ - .- " . ~ ~' ;::" the world calling for a novena candidates for the priesthood, to and charity, may enlighten theirlfor the parish. They went ouq -7 . ~Droa~ Wl~l'llrl a sFior~ tl~e, tlons to persons lmeresteo in Arts t urrent k.urrlculum ~e- ~~ :. t.:,a .a . .1. :~ t.~ '~t'~,'mind ~el fill fi~m uriih ,n~r on a door-to-door censu~ in the{ AUR{gHA -- Funeral services "M=bln~ .ne=vi,s i, = oinoh "[the nvnleot Thor =r~" denemdina'm=ndS far Tn,-,rrou,' Sohnole ot prayer precemno renteco~ cnnuten anu tu me ~lu~, tn v'--" ~ . .;', | " ' """ "'"' ' '~ "' ' " reeentl oevelo eo area oI gillS[ g ai,~ ~. n ~ - n ~a,~ ~,; ~ ,1; a,~,4 ~,a 'm,~, r,u.~u ~ ~ ; ;, 'I", (May 21) for the success of the may gum the help and grace of natural grace. . y P . ,-. ifor starer Mary Mereede~, Keane, B. G. S a retired Army[broken chains and beads, day's Schools, An Appraisal of,C ~m,ms, ecumenlca!,eotmc l IAlm,ghty God. I. May one turn to the .powe, fullf2;;t ~7 1i~gs ?ere cYntactedlsRt'S'2se~?~vImb:r hf:?et:tlaff~o[ ITeachin-" Machines A New Look/ lne letter Dears the caun tree With a happy mind We have mtercessmn o~ me vwgm mary ~ . . v a , ~'~ano,t-]a A.~ "]Do, (~s~n|- ~al]~trtl;o ~t Di~o'i~lin warkin~ with tht~ of Celebrandi Concilii Oecumen-lnoted evidences of Divine help Mother of God who is the Motherland the results were g~ven to died there April 11 following a ~ ,USlU,ta,:. ~t. xtAt ~. ~t~t ~ **atL~xvl~t. - . ~ ;, ; rds It is ~--a ,f =o ,1;h o.;'of Grace and heavenly ~atron of me pastor, lingering illness were held in the OTTAWA -- Some 25 000 cen- The Roman Catholic popula- cEa;C2ptl :al CheildcBoU;rn:h;nEsf:e'~::~r~;~1 1~,~'1967, "l~u! its con: which We announced in the mon-the counocll. ~Iay one invoke the Formal Meeting ]hOmSnPl~ Ch:mPelMA~:'lLla4s, oAffS;~ sus takers t h i s summer will tion recorded in the 1951 census High School tents were not maoe pumic unto astery of Ostiense (the Monaste- patrona,e ot ~t. oosepn her Saturday evening there was e q ~ " " ask an estimated 18 250,000 Can- was 6.609,496 -- 43.25 per cent a week later. ]ry of.the. Basilica of St. Paul's~tchaste spouse, to whose protec-la formal meeting oJ the fed- by her grand nephew, the Rev. adians: "What is your relig- of the total population of 14,009 - i l,r~, il,r, ~1~ The text follows: ' lOutside the Walls where Pone tion we recently entrusted the eration presided ever by Dan[William C. Mayer. a Victorian ----inn '' 14 912 Ukr man~ a " t hCa hn 'e.~ tnta/~d o 1~1, ,- ~ ~, ] From the beginning~ of John announced his intention oncouncil . Hermes YCS president . There. Father . f Sacred Heart church, While official figures m u s t 190 831 or 1 4 per cent"l~r 1 ~r~ ~r~r~ cision to hold an ecumenical Jan 25, 1959, of summoning anI W~shmg to add splendor to was a report of the actions Goodrich. await comnletion of the census I The religion ~uestion in the 1~ ofllslv .-i| I| ] I council We have raised prayers ecumenical council, is on the.this solemn prayer, We, Our-[taken during the year by eachI The Most Rev. Loras T. Lane, it is estimated that some 8 212-[ 1961 census was)irst phrased to * '-~4~ ~/v ~.wvv to God every dab' that He may i Via Ostiense) with pleasant ex-'~selves will consecrate severalIsection; a revision of the Rock- bishop of Rockford presided 500 or about 45 per cent of Can- read: "What religious denomin- (Continued frmn paoe 1) spread the abundance of His pectation is being realized in'bishops destined to announce the If o r d Federation constitution; and the Rev. Thomas P. Berm- ~ ,; m -^ I ,;~ a ~. ^, ~ ~. ~ '2 e ~ -- ; " - ,-~ rcv on His Church and on its ~uch a lofty and worthv wav as Gospel in distant lands in St [the sha ing of the calendar of[ingham served as deacon The aGa S tOLai poputclLIUX~ W~tt .tw- dblt)ll UV [.you) tJglUlt~ ~U, Ut ld- the Cnallenges Of [ne oay ann e ~ . . . ~ " - " ~ " 7 . "' P,~ " ' nlv. " Catholic " I xor~'',;, ,~,~ ~,~,~ ~,~, .~, ;, ~,~ shepherds. The council ts m ~act to arouse the admiration and toter s oasmca on me mrmcom-[ federation activities for t h e Rev. James A. Vanderpool was Th s figure does not include Critics ~aid that phrasing left ~,=o.~,t a grandmse work lor whmh the unammous prmse of the feast of Pentecost. 1961-62 school year; and elec- subdeacon, and the Rt. Rev F Ukrainian Catholics. who are, the possibility, that one mi~h~, t If x'ou h a v e the reqmred" eftorts, of men are not. sufhemnt, nals~ and of lhe episcopate~ and Importance of Couneil tlon of officers .C~ty~ studylF. Connor was assistant prmst. li~ted separa*ely They are ex- "belong" to one church while 1,~vMl.v =nrl h,milit, =nd if x, It derives its effectiveness from fill the pious flock of the faithful We wish moreover that nro~ dates and sponsorln~, sectmns{Deacons of honor to the b~shop ,~,-~,~'*~, ~,~=~ ~:,-, ~,=n 9~a oan lf.v,~,i *h~." ,m,^ " "*, ~-?" "; 'Y" Our Redeemer who, fondly ad- of the whole world with holy joy ]^.~. ~ ~ ~ ~.^.a ~ ~ 1,;.~.~;~'~ were as follows: Oct. 8 Ma- were the Revs. J. J. Weitekamp or'~'ap';roxi"mate"l';'lA3er~cent'tgen'"cha~'~";d~"t~"th'i'"dir~;'; a;;ect:3 t~aPr;y:rv,;l~1 ';et m3: dressing the Apostle prom,seoI Thank God Iw~i'c~w~.l~bet~ ~elTan'd'c'a;ab~;]donna high school! Dec. 3: Mt.]and Joseph Rzeszot o. The ev: of the whole o ulatmn uer What ~s our reh mn~ them that He would ask the r ~ St Mary high SChOOl red ,3 Leo ~bartei actect as master m P P ' ' lq Y: " ' Y "g' ,"n'f action. In fact your action . . . ~ I g, hat seemed to be a litt]e seed of showing to the faithful the im- .- . ~," . .' :,',:'1 . Father to ormg ~own upon them h ;"" ~ ~ ;--~" ~" rmrtance and aims of the forth bt. ~awara t~entrat %amonclceremomes. WILL IIOW Irom your spiritual . . f ~,~ ~,u,~. ,~. ,~ ~.== ~ ~-- . - . . Paschal Candle Sent to U.S. life and the things you accom- a n.ew,Paracle!e, theSpmt o, brsnches, flowers and fruits, : coming ecumenical eouncil, high sch%ol, and Apr!< 2,7:29,1- . truth,lie Will teach you air . . . r4ewman t.entrat uatnollC nlgrl ~ ~. ~ ~ phsh will be of lasting value tor rmh w~th promises for the d~gm- We hoe 'reatlv, venerable ~;~i~i~i.i~i~i~}~::~5~#~i~}~}~i~i~i::~i~i~;i~;:;:.~:~i~i~i{~:!~ :~::.;~i~,~::;.~;~i~::#~.:.:~;~:.{~#~{~i~ CINCINNATI-- The Paschal'Paschal observance to symbo- +h,~ n~ a f~ +h, ,+;~, things, and bring to your mind tv of the Church Let u~ nraiseI~--,*~,--~ Pu~?~b.~;;~+, c,~ ~,a school. ,- ~- ~j 10 OW IT in candle burning in the chapel of{!~ze h,s desires for pe.afe, re-Church." {~V?o~t:Vle: ~6)h.ave stud to ,ou [eternally the mereies oftheLord the heavenly patrons may hear 620~fi~::~ ~:;te2r: :sth:llloi?:~[ ~tg. U~ II~IOU~ vocations and me sue to Mount St, Joseph Convent nf '" ~ " ~. .- During the address, Bishop ~.t : ~ ~God [ and let us thank Him humbly f rlour prayers and that the dhurch, ~; '~,~ ~;i~h. ~w,'~=n hi~h't /HE OBSERVE~ ,ce~s ot me lmpenolng ecumenl- . ~ t~am ~ -,p ---~ . . *,*,--**~,-- o - :.: .::.:.:::: :.:.:.:.: ~ the Si