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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, JUNE 2, 1961 Ill to Attend IConventlon IOn Hospitals I 11 [ Eleven staff members from ~~~" ~"~~ ]hospitals in the diocese of Rock- ~~% ! ~L~ [ford are planning to attend 'the Ili~il .T o ~ 146th annual convention of the: ~~~: ~l~ Yatlcan INewspaoer beores Hlots ]Catholic Hospital Assn. of thel By Everyman ]join Social Security." ~~::ii:~ +, V A ~ [U S and Canada in Cobo hall. 4 June -- that month made fa-[ A m o r e difficult problem ~~~| ArIL~ N crrY--L'Usserva-lwith determined and unstoP-IDetroit Mich Monday through] "nous through the pens of Tin-{faces Msgr. James T. Curtin, tore Romano has called Alaba-lPable vigor." IThursd'ay June 12-15. ]Pan alley songstcrs with theirIPastor of St. Philomena parish ma's rioting against desegrega] The editorial said that 41 mil-] 5',000 Expected I musical rhymes of ~June, moon,lin House Springs Mo who ad- . Ilion Catholics in the United] Theme of this )'ear's conven croon and snoon is with us[mils that he has had more than tion an outburst o~ 'orutat mrce States ar mite" ith m m" r J -L ~ --,~ "1 [ e t o w e De Slhon will be "Attitudes, Action, [ once again and with its pro.[ms snare oI suggestions mr a ~ :. -- -:- : luz oI pemness ann semsaness[of other Christian faiths in ad-[Achievement." Approximatelylmise of sun and. fun comes our[new name for his parish since ~~~ against an irresistible and just[vancing toward an equalitYl5 000 religious and lay personnel{monthly chat about things' onla recent decree from the Sa- - - --~~ ~F~~i~:~ movement." ["which has its roots and its|from hospitals throughout therthe lighter s te |cred Congregation of Rites Raimondo Manzini editor ofguarantee in the Gospel alone."[U S and'CanaSta are ,~xpected tol Although famous in s o n o- [eliminated the feast day of St the Vatican City daily newspa- It concluded by citing the ex-[attend June is nrobably more noted]Phflomena. her said that (~esnite Such out-[amnle of His Holiness Pone[ "r~,~,~ ~,~ ~,~ a; ~ t 7 ~[ ~ ~ ~,~ [ A ;o,~ e, GRADUATES .AT ALGONQUIN--These 36 graduates students at St. Margaret Mary school in bre'aks "the movement for inte l John XXIII who on Pentecost}- n*d~in'= -" u .~ ,~-] ~. * ,~ .s, -[ ,-vv-,v-,~ o,s~,{~ Algonquin graduated recently with diplomas presented by the Rev, Raymond Eipers in the par- . " te ~, the convention Will De: tiQllS, vacauons ana orlaes -- .tne one mat really lops m'ation and racial eoualitv be-[con~ecrated 14 missionary bis-[~i~t~r M~v M=,ila= n ~ M t=, ;~,~4,~,=~,1,~ ~n h,a,~,~a R,*[th,~,~ =n f lsh church. Pictured following the ceremomes are: (Front row, 1. to r.) Janet Bangert, Verena : ~ . ~ . ~ j ~ uv7 " 1 Ei " " " tween blacks and whites rows hons from AfrmaAsia Euroneladminis*ra*^r =n,t Ri~tPr M= n i~nn~f=nt m n~ i=]whn w=nf~ ,-~o * t h =Bagner, Robert Pflug, Daniel Bahl, Father pers pastor, William McLaughhn, Gary Stochl, n th U and Am rma a y Lyn ~tone ann t~o ta ~ajtar tseco n row; ~regory neIueman, Ferry umvecRl dames and spreads i e nited Statesl e' . [Bernal, R.S.M of St. Mary hos-[the fact that June is the month~parish after the certain well- : " " K ' " Inital in DeKalb" Sister Bantist= lot the Sacred Heart = month/known a~-lianoo ~=,~, r=o+ ~penee, r~icnolas uparyx, ~aroara ~enult, amryn toy, ratrlela bewerenz, ~aney lviarnnez Reds Ban I4l, Procession ' " " ~ " ? "] o ~" ~" -''~: and Maureen Donegan. (third row) S~ster Mary EsteDe O.P. principal, Barbara Hoffman, X-ray techmcian and Sister Mfl- to turn our love toward God in Msgr. Curtm said. You know . ' . ' ' . ~J'Oadv [dreda laboratory technician avery snecial wax" [the one whos~ mo~n i~-'V,~, Dlanna Larsen, Karen Knob James Angelica, Donald Delaney Julius Slmonlm, Michael MCll Ne e P " n " " U~ es,atrIck Sea Ion and Wayne Comeau, and (top row) Edward McAlhster Linda S BERLIN Communist officials Meanwhile, Archbishop Lorenz[from St. Joseph Hospital in Bel- It is also the sixth month of/can be sureifit'sWesting- . . " : .~ w~, (-^r.~n h . /videre' and Sister M FlorYa the xear the half waymarklhouse" t~eeuer, ~=nar;es Strate]ezuK, lnar) NoeKels tdenarfl woIeK, t~i~a Mmonini, t~onala vozaecKy, ~.~ .~ ~= ~ .~ ,=w ~ ~'-' aaeger o~ ~'aoeroorn nas receiv-,- - ~,/,- ' - Virginia Abatte John Quatroke and Lmda Peterson Catholics in the city of Madge-{ea no ans "^r *r"--' /OSF, RNBS, Irom St. Charleslbet~een old and forgotten Newt Taking, this same line of rea- ' U W~:: I UI},I A.~UIIIIII~IIIb~ ~,O. ', burg from holding processions "h /hosp~tal m Aurora [Years resoluUons and. future[sonm~, and applying tt to our ~]f o I f~- "/ . ~ outside of their church buildings]au~ ormes to ms request mr] Others Attending ]promisesto improve ourselves.[question about how we are doI ~'~] ] "~r 1 IAtt O;tClUtn ocnoot t, raauates on ;Ohrmtrkj:2:l).Feast of Corpus pe::I:~:yn2f ~HSl~12h%Eh:S;Gr:h-]M2~?;:t:end~gs~v~llb;;ctS~Srt;~/?2~e?stion is. How are we do-llt~g ;a:h%:almf]~y sumg~.~kst of nurcn,eeus[ A ON&N--The Rev. T~ay-[Following Mass Father Eipers, ", " -, ' ,~,mond N Eipers offered High pastor of the parish awarded Magdeburg is near the border bishop had planned to say Mass /Nurses at Mercyvflle sanitarium[ Child's Resolution I ,oodslogan for dallyhvmg lr ,-=, A ,~,41-=.~=~ [ . ' [ ." ' , '" ' 'in A " " ~ Iwhi-h i "ak n f "" 'b4:ltw 2-t.~tlOll ,vtass Ior me lubI graouaung~caplomas to me class anti con- oetween ~,ast anti west L, er-lmere ouring ceremonies com-/ urora ann ~lster mary L1-I r ^ ~ ~ ~ ; ~ ai / c s te romanomert ,7 I I i v.~ .Lt,~ ~.* me u u~, well know i class oi ~t. ~vlargaret lvlary gratulaten melr parents an(] inanv. The Red ofhclals stud memoratmg the I 000th anm-[nus, d rector of nurses; Sister]~ ~ ~ ,t~ ~,os -'-~,~, ] - n appl ance manufae-lrr~. ~ I I. . that the decision to bar the pro-[versarv of the city's founding /Mary Clara, surgical super- /'~a~e~ her %hiFd ih"re2oi ]oi [turer: "Progress is our most[In Advnnoo iscnoo,2un? y, at ,: olte ene s , " " . . ' m . t im or a r " V~X~L~L p.m. ne at)graouates aecom- un May 25 a luncneon was cessions was based on the bad No West German bishop has/vIser Sister Mary Benedict, as-[ r~ Al*h""'*h n"* ./ p t~ nt p oduct. I [ .~ ~. ~ [ ~. .~ t ,~.^ relations e x i s t 1 n g between[been granted permission to en./s~stant d~rector of the school ofl [ P g of progress reminds] DAYTON, Ohio--(NC)--Wlth-[, . . [ " flevotee ot v sne is naturauy u of on of s t~renms sang tne wlass unoer momers, earner r~lpers ~ister Church and State authorities in ter East Germany for the last[nursing Sister Mary Innocence,[ . [ s e our .taft memberslout widespread reahzatlon of[ . -' . ] E '. , ] . Intrigued wlm commercials as who 1 ' tne nireetlon ot Mrs ~rtnur lvlary stene u.r principal, East Germany three years ]obstetrics supervisor' and Mr./ / aughed silently the other the laity s role the Church will " . . ' -" ~ " I ',/are many cnnoren ann reeenuY/da in hi I [Fallon. All the members of the}and the eighth grade teacher, William x~yan, associate aomln- . . y a cateu sm c,ass wnIcn lose g r o u n o m me mooern . . ' [istrator of St An'h ]she was especially taken withlshe teaches when one little "irl[ {class received Holy Communion ]and faculty were guests. O" " . t ouy hospital . ' i ~ worto, a lay apostolate spemai- Urlest Murdered In Katan a [in Rockford ' tvarious armed forces reeru t-[volunteered to recite the al-ha list said h r [ ~'~ " ing commercials. . .p. - . e e. . PARIS- Father Albert For-erhouse here said the Katanga[ [ One day she a~'~roaehed her/bet backward for the Vlsltmgt This was the warning of Fa-ll,I - . . vv a " ' l unit was traveling upstream onI|~ l[-I ~ * l /p stor of the parish. Told to[ ther Wllham J Ferree S M all g~ur, L.a.~p ,ta-year-olct el- - llll II U II U I- ~U~llUtv/momer ann saifl: mommy, M r oo~a ,h~, a I ,dan missionar, was killed inlthe Lualaba river at Kabalol. d /think I'm going to j o i n the|V.","~''', "T s ~.---/consultant with the preparatory I| ~l- 'l 'h,r~mno A ~r~lV~no [ e' DAVENPORT Ia o 1 en her oack to the good father commission on the la a sto kJIt, o llllU~llltat~ ~ lltll[Rt~ . when Ethiopian soldiers under, D nad E.]armv when I ~et older" The[ [ "'" Y po -11 tlU ~ I northern Katanga in an exI[th'= U N a ,~ ;-~/Dolan of Albany' Ill is one of/ /, . . ; /ann recited me ~etters permct-/late makina ,qans for the corn II~= I ,p =u = ne-'t hay,nowever snesaw a ~,~. ~" " ~ . . "" I "Well that s one way of change of fIre between Katanga on their boat. The boat wasl7 seniors named to the Xltdifferent ad and announced'[ ~,' [lng ecumenical council. [I h I 'SlOWing a problem, a.~lJus~~ l~s~o~s~vo vt~t troops and a United Nations pa- sunk. Ichapter of Delta Epsflon Slgmal,You know mommy I think[ I Fa.ther Ferree, a Dayton na-lI I trol, it was revealed here. Father Forgeur was struck{honor society at St. Ambrose[I'll join the marines instead.' [ uiassical umssmeus,tive who is general director of il I Father Forgeaur was serving and killed by machinegun fire{College here recently. Dolan, a[Each day. ' brought a n o t h e r/ The. students at Marian Cen-[ education for the Society of I as chaplain with the Katanga]while swimming away. Verifica-[major in philosophy, received[change of heart until finally/trat bathoiic high school in[ Mary in Rome, said that in com-]l I Woodstock have found another amson "~Ith h r troops when tiae incident took]tion of news of the priest's death[his certificate and .key at the[she saw the clincher and set-[ ]p " '" t e g owing world] JUlIU 1' U~LIVUI I place. The Holy Fathers' moth-[(April 8)took six weeks.]annual commencement e x e r-]tled on this gem: "Mommy, I]way.t soiv~ some o{ t heir[population the Church is "losing]l -- I proolems They ve turned to ro I - ' ]cises at thecollegeSunday ]know w h a t I'm going to do| ." ' " . [ g und" and only action by lay-iI c I " " " ' th 1~11nt]~ ~nlP Tr ,n,no" ]Mav 2S. ]when I ~et bi~ I'm ~oin~ to] e classified column of their{men can. reverse the trend [I, OttUtta~, Stttt~ z--J.'.~ p.ttt, I : U " ~ I['~ row " p p e World Different ,ROME -- A budget of $7 450- Msgr Mazza reported that the!l,I c n. / In "-rm [I n . . n. o . I 000 has been approved th'e[money will be distributed among:l II Following are a few itemS[world th I aKeo ham ulnner erveo I ' ~.leaned from a recent issue of , education of native priests in 93 major seminaries with 5 500 I . . [,the Church is "m"ch "'^r I I mission territories for 1961-62. ]students and 338 minor semin-II Antl-ue now ale I;that publication: ] day than severalcenturi;: a~o-II ContinuouMy---1- 7 t'.M, I The budget was announced bylaries with 23 711 students He,I "1,--Il WANTED" Good b a s e b a ill| ,~ ,~,~o~.=,~ ~,I I Msgr. Antonio Mazza, secretary{said the budget fell short of re-| I w~tI~;~See Coach Osada. /h~A~w'~th continued popula I I ~eneral of the Pontifical Organ-lquests for aid by about $1 500-,I .-,' -, ,--t - .~ iI G: One Latin teach-] "J Entertainment St,4e Shows D,ncln, I ization of St. Peter the Apostle,{000. Of the total budget, $3,900 ;[,',o~b.~llo '~h,lo, t I ' t--.- I er Please c o n t a c t student[[ltn r~r wm aneam,tpe lvmrmn-[I ' " ' " a' I ~.-.' ~= '-l:.~J.~v k.JIbe.~AL% llllb UKJlllbbl teachers s p Iest s~resseo, mere Is Iess at the annual meeting of the dl, ]000 has been provided by nation- I I / [I Awards- Clowns- Fun I ' WANTED' Dates for t h e ano less time ~o oo more ano,~ rectors of papaI missionary or-[al Socmtms for the Propagation I I -- ." " -{more " I I prom ~ontact alloumor ann ganizations here (May 25): [of the Faith |l ll I,r .lt. I " ',Th I I " e centrai point IS mat the . I 1.]l:~l~.~d[1][~ I Senior girls. I " ",I n" w - A'. [I Ii FOUND: One Latin teacher{m dern world is completely dif-t[ Everyone Invited ! ! ! I IJl ~ l~U 2. 1 II~l~1' It)lllldt q~ll .tJkl[ r " [| : . {in good health. [fe ent from the world.of 1500,/I " I And Imall and we must live again under NEW YORK --- The Christianl The program is broadcast onI Fri. Sat. Sun.-lune 9 Ia & 11 II " y: [ . /I I ,~ o ~ v .= L LOST Pressure on the ear the condmons of the first age of 1 I in Action radio program willlSundavs from 11'30 to 11'55," II : y -! - 1 continue its magazine of the air/ ~' " " i ' ] 1 "[ " ~ ~I~ ~ ~ [ ] ~ 1 -~ l!book staff. /the Church, whe~ the laity as-/ " a m EDT It is produced by the llours rrl. i~ ~a[, II a m. |o i~ ,in. ~A sumed a s olie tasks h format during June. I ." . I "," P Ii t this point we add our own[ 13o t ' ," e said. ]~ ~ ~ ~ ~=~ ~ '7= NationalCouncilof Cathohc little classified ad Must Dis el A ath,|~ ~ ~ ~ ~ |~, : This will include reporting of] II ~ I : [ P P Y / Catholic news of the week a[Men~ in co-operation with the'l| ~un.-xl to o p.m. I] WANTED: Tidbits for the] The traditional"apathy of the[| ediril f r ' [ ' " ' ![ ' : monthly column "On the Light- American Catholic la man must guest to a, a eatu e of the American Broadcasting compa- . . . . Y . Week and'aquestionbox.Iny. 1 Admlsslon-75c,Ler Side which, as the byhne[be dispelled, he said, adding[] MERCK AND SPRIN6ER : II Itstates, is supposed to be writ-[that'the lay apostolate in the[| U S Choice Meats Home Made Sausaze I Eeneh : Ne ten by EVERY MAN and that United States ts only begmnm , Lauds Treatment of Protestants ] " 't wman Foundation,- [ " ' 'g.]l " " / ' I|,|[means you. [ The Church in America has/I 1o ~. ~nicago ~ve. / MONTREAL -- A Protestant tants we are a minority, but we'l Meals Will Be Served [[ Poem for Month [not yet arrived at the level of l Ph. ADams 2-8712 . . . Freeport, Ill. | s6hool. Official said here that really feel as if we were part of I ',Feast days to look forward/maturity where the layman's|[ ! Protestants are o ~,ql +ro~,~a[the majority .i, . We have ev-[| AI=,~, v',-, [ito during the month of Junetrole in public debate is appre-[~ ,~ --7, ~f'~.'~[erything we want . : . In the 351] ~,n--j = ~v,~ I]are: Feast of the Sacred Heart,]ciated even by Catholics them-[[ . . I} l in ~ueoec mey almost: Ieel as 1I ]years I have been-on the Protes-ll |tFriday, June 9; Nativity of St.[ selves, he declared. [| ~imJ=.-. ' |1~ An L. [ they are a part of the majority. [tant School Commission, never ~l [[John t h e Baptist, Saturday,[ ][ -- r,=,=~l~ |[| =-ffin ==. I ! :Malcolm Campbell, presi-[have I had reason to protest] I June 24; and the feast of Ss.] s,ent,II lil SECKER [ MY GET UP AND 60 HAS 60T t P dent of the P r o t e s t a n t against any intervention.' . ~~~,]Peter and Paul, A p o s t 1 e s,] A~O W~, II - IJ I School Commission f.or the Dis-[ The~ population of the Arch-1 l~l~l~r~l~ Ii [Thursday June 29 [ s tea y don't" mind when I ,hink wi,h I I "~ I~lllJ~ III I tact of Montreal, said at a tree[diocese of Quebec is over" 95% .I In closing our httle chat for[ a ~r~n i{ ~v~.--~-.-~ III PLUM~|N~ & | pianting ceremony: "As Protes-lCatholic. : "Ir" ~ l/this month we offer this poem IO~ the places ~v 6ET UP AN0 60 has[[ I!1 - I ,-, . H the beer |la change of pace f r o m ourlsi~eni hey, retired ,rom life's cernl~.fl.[I F eemt's Favorit, I]1 I'll;El IINt~ I ue(lai ior ur. uoolev pprovea F'lY.# fl# I!1 " Itusual "thought for the, month,"[i ~O~y myself wire carnplete repetition II DenartmentStor~ tnr ~ver III * I " -,IV I [,II II&U rerresnm ]ltaken from the book, 'The Per-[ . . . " I ,', ' I! ' . I ~IB~I~ ~{~ " (~ ~ ~ ge? up each1 morn~rlg oust off my wits ,WASHINGTON- A bill auth- ed to President Kenneay. The I!fect Toastmaster,' by Herbert{Pick u~ the ~a~er ~nd'read me "O~,~i'' II on . curio I11 }1~ I}. ~herr~ [ orizing the posthumous award of --n-'e a--i~ s .~ |Iv Trochnow" [It my narna s ross ng know 'm not II Ill F ~ I'I I ' se at pp uveu el nuube pas, uu How I k " ~ dead ' ""'ffv''t " a. gold medal to the i a t e, Dr. do now my youth has been s nt i ueen Wears White with Po-e Distributed z ,oug o.t S, co=, s.- |! r ! T D ! T 13 ~y'ears in the drawer, my teefh in a cup :::;i~ I::} V FRANV IA N?nl t- |lMy,y. o0.1 MUvI: 150 tJUlll 'VATICAN CITY--Queen Fa- ed to nrincesses and nueens of ~=ffi ~-~ ~" 'J "-' "= *~ ~u .~ v I - ~:~ i ~. . . ~ ,t Utheshef? -- --I =:=: UNTIL YOU CONTACT : biola of Belgium will probably theHouse ofSavoy, Italy'so-ne- 22.24 East Spring Street AD2-4036 Freeport, Illinoi, it::: ~Famo][~s For Fine Food" wear white instead of the black time ruling house. ' . ~ ]~'nd, im happy te say as I dose the door iiiiii{ I::ii My frleods are th, same aS inda S Ot traditional to papal audiences The concession is being made " ' Y {::i ::i AI ]k a i t & ~::: I~. ] pl o 1 ~ . . ,yore. #ii~ ~i! Ot~UK$----'hlUCKell--~ eaioo l when she and her husband King to Queen Fabiola in considera- Home oj Freeport s First 3.Mmute Car Wash I'::i U MAKA ~: " ' " ' When '~'as Young my sl ppers were red !}}i ~:{!: . . B'audouln VlSg His Hohness Pope hon of the fact that she visits I could kick Up n;~" heels ri-ht ,ver m:"[i:~:i:i ~.}: [)~stlnctive Atmosphere --- Defiahtful Cuisine JOAh~thoXXuIII on J:f~eeSal Vatican trhaeg:toPeK~' ngn B:fut~:uih:rinm~; Sea1 Cover, Polishing Whe~o~l%ev~a~%~e;~m~w~o~i:'~h~V~h:o~g~; |~i]i S~;~2~"~ l:]: A,r Con&honed Comfort Ye.r Round statement has been issued, it is cember and appears as a bride. Now I am old m sli--ers are black |i!iii::i * !!::i: Five Miles West of Freeport on Rte 20 learned that the Vatican willIt is also expected that King walk to tha'co~ner Pa~d ~uf, t my way [ii ADorns 2-2512 Freeport ii:~i " " " " " " r back . ~+~ii~ ~;~:: KeserVOelons for rrlvote Potties AM ,1-1 I U/ extend to Queen Fabiola the Baudoulnwill be docated with II 711 Co net The rason k.ow ::~,: special ,privilege of wearin.athe Supreme Order of Christ, Freehold"' "" --- S. GalenQ & ~. ~i, i .~`~.:::~.:~:::~:~:~.~.:~::~:~.:*:;:*::~:*::,:~:~*~*~:*~:~::::``:.~:~:::z:::::~.) ~* :::::::::::::::::::::::::: : : , white instead ofblack. Until which is the Vatican's highest r S. Chicago now, the wearing of white at a order and is limited to Catholic papal audience had been reserv heads of state 44 Nuns Arrive fromCuba WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--[here in large numbers during Forty-four Sisters of St. Philip lthe next few weeks, the 44 Sis- Neri whose six schools in Cuba ters are bound for Reno, Nev Were seized by Fidel Castro's{ members staff St. Albert School. regime arrived here aboard the[ According to the Sisters, most ferry, Joseph R. Parrott, fromlot whom are Cuban and speak Havana. ' {no English, militia women fn : The first contingent of their[ Cuba tol~them to "get out and community whose members areI don't come back." Their arrival expected to arrive here in large[ brought to 150 the. number of numbers during the next few{nuns who have arrived here weeks, the 44 Sisters are bound] since Castro forces took over f.or Reno, Nev where theirlprivate schools in Cuba early members are expected to arrive this month. Cuban Militia Invaded Churches ! NEW ORLEANS--A priest and 200,000 people during the recent * Brother belonging to the same invasion of Cuba. order arrived here with vivid "Castro ran out of [hi" "ls," he details of persecution at the said, "and started using schools hands of militia in Cuba. and even churches for prisons. The religious, both Italian na- The militia b~'oke into the ta- JIM MEYERS SHELL STATION WE GIVE S&H GREEN STAMPS LOE$CHER HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 311 E. South St. FREEPORT Phone AD 2-3613 SUPER KEMTONE RUBBER PAINT and KEM GLO ENAMEL THOUSANDS OF COLORS NEWBERRY ." WALLPAPER AND PAINT CO. MONUMENTS FOR MEMORY IT'S CAPONE'S FOR Monument Works Sporting Goods L H. Brewn--W. H Brown, Owngrl 11}7 $. &dems ADorns 2-2112 " Paint end Herdwom FREEP@RT, ILL|NOIS 128 E. Stepheoson--Freeport ! Open Sunday 3 P.M. to Midnight ,o The Facts Painting Paper Hanging Dry-Wall Taping and Finishing RESIDENTIAL--COMMERCIAL Phone: ADams 3-1916 841 5. Liberty---Freeport ATLAS T~res Betteries Accessories Adams and Winneshiek Phone AD 2-8010---Freepor~ AD 5-5515 tionals, declined to give their bernacles of the churches, dese- I| Fo, The Figures weSpecialize riames for fear of reprisals. They Crated the Blessed Sacrament, 108 'hst, Stephenson Corry-Outs * - . As nea as teft Cuba on an Italian freight, crushed u~der foot the conse--- --ll I I eahng o! ip-ur-do-d;;, er.' crated Hosts, made mockery of[ I Get The Cars That r The Brother said he was or- the Mass and kept church people]l~~[~<~ tl - t# rested in a roundup of about prisoners in the houses of God.[[ rt,Give You More rescnpttons iIJohn W. BarrettO.D." ' | : 50 Pupds Limit to Class I~ll -- I~ Elastic StocklngsExpe~'Fitters fTrusSeSsurgical Supports : CINCINNATI -- The Cincinna-lcinnati, is described as a gen- [[~ (~DT~kA I=TD I~T ~,[ -from- ti archdiocesan school board has ] eral diocesan policy." Approval ][~-~ ~,~J,v,~ ~ ~,~1~[ ~~I [] di~."~'l'l~~t ~ecommended that whenever{of the arehbishopis necessary[[~ "~ ~'AC"ff C"r~'~t~lrk,~f'M~.! t''l" ,r NUS ,OTC - , pastors find it impossible to op- [ for dropping any grades, the]I~j / r'/'%0! al r'l"r'll'|N~kJINI ~1. [] ITS;, Inc. i crate a complete eight grade,board stressed. ' ' '1~ ;~ ~ 14A,I nn unced that ~uver WOOlWOrth S) ~arish school, the lower ratherl The board also a o []~ tuver wootworrns) ~]i than the upper grades should be a regulation setting a maximum [[l~ ~ . Art 9 n, ~ [~l Your Authorized, Plymouth.Valiant Dealer Prtstripl I, Rriilisl, dropped, of 50 children to a classroom in,"" ~1 ~The regulation, approved by parochial elementary 'schools[[-,~ -.[ 9 W. Douglas Freeport, Ill, &rchbis~op Karl J. Alter of Cin- Wil[g6 into effect ih September. I[ t ] t