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Sunday, June 20, 1948 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section--Page 3A Lord Pakenham, Catholic, Enters British Cabinet London--(NC) --- Lord Paken- ham, a Catholic and father of a ~arge family, has joined the Brit- Cabinet as Minister of Civil Aviation. He was formerly Chan- cellor of the Duchy of Lancaster and British Minister for German affairs, a non-Cabinet post in which he was very popular and, despite its complexities, very suc- cessful. From now on administration of the British zones of Germany and Austria will be dealt with directly by Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin himself. Shurtleff Coal & Lumbe, Co. Not Incorporated] MARENGO UNION MAPLE PARK ELGIN BARR4NGION HAR rLAND HAMPSHIRE S(~uare CARPENT ERSVILLE Products Shurtleff Service Satisfies Founded 1867 TIINEHIMEfl ,. s L_jL~_~- .~,e~=2 m= ST CHARLES COAL & ICE CO. W H Parker & Son COAL, ICE and WOOD WILL-BURT STOKERS Tel. St. Charles $7 := SALES and SERVICE llth Ave. & G. W. R. L McCORNACK OIL CO. Distributors TEXACO PETROLEUM PRODUCTS Stations Locatea At GENEVA BATAVIA ST. CHARLES $00 West Main 21$ East Main Plumbing . R. I. WAGNER Silent Automatic Oil Burner= IRON FIREMAK STOKERS Office $49 -- Phones -- ReL 152 112 E. Main Street it,- FAIR DEPARTMENT STORE Tel. 363-R Harvard SHIELDS OIL CO. Skelly Products Gasoline and Fuel Oil Rt. 14 HARVARD Phone 31 New Equipment Joseph's Hospital, Elgin The nursery in the maternity department of St. Joseph's hospital, Elgin, has received many new pieces of sterilizing equipment as a result of a gift from the hospital's auxiliary. Some of this modern equipment is shown in the picture above being inspected by, left to right, Sister M. Tharsila, superior, Mrs. William Deneau, president of the hospital auxiliary, and Sister M. Pauline, su?)ervisor, who is pointing out some of the advantages of the two 25-gallon tanks, one for sterile hot water, the other for sterile cold water. Auxiliary Of Hospital Donates New Equipment___ i Elgin -- Further gifts 'for he nursery in the maternity depart- ment at St. Joseph's hospital have been donated by the hosoital aux- iliary, of which Mrs. William Den- eau is the current president, to supplement the previous gift of steel bassinets and modern incu- bators. Newest donation~ include two 25-gallon tanks, one for sterile hot water, the other for sterile cold water, a precision steam sterilizer, a special unit control valve for sterilizing formula for infant feed- ing, and a bottle warmer and ster- ilizer needed to take car~ of the increased capacity of the nursery. Previously, the hospital auxil- iary had given the maternity de- )artment an increase in the Rum- ber of bassinets and doubled the number of modern incubators, from two to four, making it pos- sible for the hospital to handle and adequately care for a greater number of infants. Dutch Queen Has Earned Gratitude Of Catholics Amsterdam, Holland -- (NC)-- Queen Wilhelmina of the Nether- lands, who has announced she will abdicate in favor of her daughter, Princess Juliana, on September 4 after celebrating her 50th anniver- sary as Queen on August 30, has earned the gratitude of this coun- try's Catholics. Although the Queen is a member of the Dutch Reformed Church she has been fair and ~enerous in her dealing with her Catholic subjects. On sev- eral occasions she has chosen the prime minister for her government from the Catholic party. The pres- ent Dutch premier, Louis Josenh Maria Beel, is a member of the Catholic narty. Catholics well remember Queen Grant To Catholic School Upheld In Court Albany --(NC)-- A suit attack- ing the constitutionality of a $128,000 allocation from the State Emergency Housing Fund to ex- pand the facilities of Car, isius Col- lege, Buffalo Jesuit school, has been dismissed here by the New .York State Court of Appeals. ~[The court did not pass on the constitutionality of the grant, but, acting unanimously and with- out expressing an opinion, simply affirmed lower court decisions that Henry Adsit Bull, Buffalo attor- ney who ori~nated the lawsuit, was not entitled "as a mere cit- izen and taxpayer" to challenge the constitutionality of a State act unless his civil or property ' '"' rights were directly affected. HARVARD Mr. Bull had contended that the =u ,y -pp @ e"quipm ntgrant .to Canisius College, given under the state's program to pro- vide additional facilities for vet- PLUMBING- HEATING. PUMPS erans desiring to attend college, violated the constitutional prohi- 59 North Ay~ bitions against granting state Harvard, Illinois , funds to denominational instRu- ' J J __ J. r[ , ~"~L . . :1~ . ......... Wilhelmina's elation when the Most Rev. Jon de Jong. Archbishop of Utrecht, was raised to the Sac- red College in December 1946. When she heard of the prelate's elevation she sent Princess Juliana and Prince-consort Bernhard to Utretch to congratulate His Emi- nence. One Catholic narty member. Max Von Poll predicts that the Oucen will go down in history as Wilhelmina the Great. Wiedemann And Dieter Delegates To Forester Convention Moline. Ill.-- Charles Wiede- mann, Elgin, and Elmer Dieter, Wheaton, were named to repre- sent members of the Catholic Order of Foresters from this area at the national convention to be held in Milwaukee, Wis., in Aug- ust. They were chosen at the state convention which just concluded here. State officers re-elected "included George M. Pfaff, Chica~o, chief ranger; Ralph Schramer, Aurora, vice chief ranger; Richard Tobin, Chicago, secretary; and George Grieshaber, Chicago, treasurer. Students Register For Summer School At Marmion "Academy Aug. 6, were conducted in the of- fice of the principal at the academy Thursday and Friday of this week. Subjects to be offered are Latin, English, m~thematics, mechanical drawing and hygiene providing that a sufficient number of students reg- ister for the course listed. Louis B. Rohling --- C. E. Jokes 207 E. Chicago 163 Dundee Ave. ELGIN I in FUNERAL SERVICE CO. 51-59 Center Street Elgin For Service Phone 2003 ELGIN COAL & OIL "Deale, in Temperature" C'OAL . . . COKE . . . FUE'L OIL Stoker Coal Of Proven Performance 27 K,mball Street Elgin, Illinois I EVERYTHING fo~ the MOTORIST Phones: 2577 -- 2578 -- 1540 "A Case of Good Jedgmenl~' BEER EDELWEISS DISTRIBUTING CO. 56 Water Street Phone 2031 I I Drugs THIEL'S DRUG STORE C. J. THIEL. R.PH. Modern Dairy Co., Inc. The Best In OAIRY PRODUCTS Elgin 2536 RAINBO BREAD CO. VAN'S DRUG STORE C. I.. VAN OER AUE. R.PH. 14 DOUGLAS AVE., ELGIN, ILl.. Aurora--Registration for the 'WIFE PISSCRIPTION ITORP PHONE 176 summer school courses at Marmion ,,, ,, ........ ==,, = R-'t-al- p-~-ri,m,~ Service Military academy to be Riven from ..................... ..... I I I