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~ I+ J~Z'~A, .JU.L~J+ '.% .I. oU PRE.CANA CONFERENCES Rockford---August 6. 7.9 and 11. St. Patrick's Church For reservations, phone: Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Sreenan (WO 5-7638) or Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fox (EX 9-3072). Aurora--August 13, 14, 16 and 18. St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital For reservations, phone: Mr. and Mrs. Robert P i e r c e (TW 7-4457), Mr. and Mrs. William Keck (TW 6-5294) or Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kartheiser (TW 6-3460). Sterling--August 13, 14, 16 and 18. Newman Center For reservations, phone: Mr. and Mrs. J a me s Boesen (MA 5-8262) or Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennedy (MA 5-9207). Wonder Lake--August 13, 14, 16 and 18. Christ the King Church For reservations, phone: Mr. and Mrs. Andrew McCann (Wonder Lake 4233) or Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Misiak (Wonder Lake 4461). 22 000 At Calhohc Youth Council! WASHINGTON --( NC)-- Some $22,000 delegates are expecled at the sixth National Council of Catholic Youth .Convention in! Buffalo, N.Y Nov. 9 to 12. The convention for teen agers and young adults will be preced- ed by the second na;ional con- vention of the National Confer- ence of Catholics in Youth Serv- ing Agencies, Nov. 8 and 9. This was announced here by Msgr. Joseph E. Schieder, direc- tor of the youth department of the National Catholic Welfare conference, sponsor of the twin conventions NCWC Youth Department Both meetings are under the patronage of Bishop Joseph A. Burke of Buffalo and under the direction of Archbishop John F. Dearden of Detroit, episcopal chairman of the NCWC Youth department. "The conventions," said Msgr. Schieder, "will bring together the top people of the Catholic church in this country who are PAG] 3 Iowa College Sets Up New Entry Plan St. Ambrose college, Daven- port, Iowa, will accept applica- tions from students upon cam- )letion of six semesters of high school work, the Rev. Frederick J. McMahan, vice president and dean of the college, announced :his week. The acceptances will be condi- tional, he said, and the students will be admitted only after satis- factory completion of the senior year in high school. Reasons. For Plan Although this program has been in operation for some years in the eastern colleges, it is just beginning in the Midwest. There are several reasons for the adoption of the plan, Father McMahan said. It will enable the high school counselor to work with the student and parents throughout senior year and give the student a chance to do some sound planning. "A student should select a college at least a year before entrance," he said. Gives Confidence ALWAYS ROOM to PARK experts in the field of youth The plan will also help the cal- l work." i lege know sooner the number of - The conference of Catholics in ] students who plan to enroll in or- 1 w "tit T~ . youth-serving agencies is madeI der that the physical plant and ID lle~ro lt'rles[8 ! up of professional volunteer~ faculty can be prepared to ado- ~ 1 1 adult personnel engaged in youth i uately handle them ~ q Are qJr(lalnetl work in dioceses of the UnitedI l Father McMahan said the six I A States. It includes officials such l semester plan should give con- BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. --(NC)I~l~ll~It 1,'I1~ as diocesan youth directors and l [fidence to students with good --- Fifteen American NegrotJ- lk.~k.~xk.~$~ L t. Ik~ staff personnel in youth offices, l [backgrounds They will know priests, four of them converts Two Sections ' ' t I that they have been accepted by were ordained this year raising DAVENPORT (NC) -- Nestl- she will teach bookkeeping and The council of -outh conv-'n I i " .: ! ' I" " ,~ '- -I tree college oi melr cnolce. I [I C ^ l.^,+l I 1-'1~ ~ wne e e l the number of America s Negro n+ lans O Sulhvan 1 bu not m Serbiaan inwith hghted candles and sur ALL PHONES TW 6 7734 priests to 120, it was reportedled high in the mou ~ains eastlsecretarial skills necessary for tion is divided into two sections. I |~ . ]of Mexico City is Huayacecofla, I the operation of a credit union Both sections of the youth con-[ /I I nero. . ~, . .+ vention will begin on the evening l a vflla~,e m need of spwlmal land cooperative Three of the new priests areI ' of Nov. 9 and close with an aft- Standing hy his tent' (made of old flour sacks)which ,s home to him, his father, mother and members of the clergy in the economic anu agriculturat neip.[ euture vommeers wiu incluoe ernoon Mass Nov. 12. five brothers and sisters, is this Bedouin youngster in East Jordan. Thousands of Bedouins/I td IIIMI~I~}UMIM I Archdiocese of Chicago and the The Papal Volunteers for La-la credit union advisor and an During the meeting, delegatesl nearly froze to death last winter because they had no blankets. The Pontifical Missi.on for II I Dioceses of Camden and Spa- tin America program of the Da-]agricultural specialist trained to will visit nearby Niagara Fallsi Palestine, whose task it is to care for tbe thousands of.homeless Arabs in that area, wm ms-,t=.omptere I kane. The remaining 12 are venport diocese hopes to makelhelp the community get back on and hold a cotillion. I tribute 12,500 blankets this fall,Price !- I members of six religious orders, that aid available T h e Rev.lits feet ~ ',II Includes Dessert & Beverage I ccording to the St. AugustinelLouis M: Colonnese, diocesanI Father Colonnese investigated g'~ - 1 's: ff2+:lI ltd.# D1 # Irounded by fresh floral offer-[[ no liquor .lust line load i .' .~ +u~+ ++.^ r~i eo of ,==u~ u~ x.ua:ocu,~u.o .++t .o.u i~-oe, ~ = -- ,=u ,- d,~, I al~ -.L .t It" I I I e a r VtDTvi+n Wo i%I s: rns a tffo-week tr,p to Mexico J"~l 1 . 7- 1 . Ivlslt't; Y U 2/flelnfi2:e:' I -1 la will be"he s-ecial]m muo-oune, ne consulteQ atm 'B ~/ 1 ~ A - ten ano cnlio e g /I . I aries and two are Benedictines. layacuc~c .2. r ,2 ,:~ +;2 Ithat time withBishop Adalberto I ,13111POll 1113 /11 O'EII.~INI~/II-I Prll~.ll-'.l~ lin devout prayer, an impres-ll hs,nessRo,te3O / One each belongs to the Capu-Ia~ca u~ cu,~,~ ,~uu. ~, ,=/a~ ~;,~. ,f Tul.n.in," ~k ~ L l. LALJL ~.JJLJL JL.LJL JL I.AL~.~k 9' " ~n,4~" s~, Ja. JL ~.~'~ /.LI o; bo1 of +he irre~,r,~ssibleII lost Side of Aurora, Illinois / chins, Franc[scans, Conventuals, IDavenp rt p og am. I . . ~ I II I Agricultural Asmstanee sprat m catnonc~sm l! I Redemptorists,and Crosier[ First Volunteer I . +ri-~+ f'~ l n "11 ~ 1 I / '" ' Fathers Father Colonnese found Huay tar to recel+e Holy Communmn r IJISIrlDUtOr I' He also announced that thel " ' i'I 'h.-- in I Itha. I- rl mtl: ll+t,c o! CARS--TRUCKS--SPORTS CARS I acocotla badly in need of eco Ifirst volunteer from the diocese ] " . . " -llllflll Ill %Jtll : l llLil ll k.J(lt E llltIDO l I ' nomic and agricultural assist- $;~I#OoBSsERvIt~ n :~C;evOl;;e~t,m~l: ::ytsheslt~k ZAGREB, Yuogslavia--(NC)!Phh~lrO::#hhlY. inT2:ct~?::the~rS w~.~lthe Serbl;ncenOtrthodth p S / handling of one of the area's] --In this predominately Catho-[ . ' r not teach'lwith 8 pe ' pop -lii r+~ub r. rubu~, owner II " I~ EJr~l~rlJ ~,Ifruit crop. |tic city, the casual tourist may!72y t2 ;ng a#e y = ay not at-Iti n" Moslems are next with 14 !1 ,09 & ] ~~hon+ TW 24376 Aurora I ~Jr~q~Jr~J,~ I "Every family sells fruit from lwalk into a church on SundaY lt en d~ Ca+holic services or re-}per cent while Protestant, oth-! I own trees," he said, "but[morning' see Mass being cele-lceive the Sacraments. ler Christian denominations and[! / Yet there are numerous c [since everyone already has fruit r ted h r a s r on hs n tO hel ou achieve ual l" OD + I ,Ib a ea e m,'te I "~'E r ther wereIJews have less than two peril w . I I Everythmg m Ltqutd tit rots away on the stalls They f h r and watch scores 1 klelAlIP liI Everything inLiquid li" to a ine c oi l : . cent of the total population. II /~{I :)harDenter ~ I I ! I Re/reshments I haven't devisedany method COlaf the faithful approach the al-I~~. camonc. magaz~nes axnaI The extensive nronerty hold-]l - .st ~ I remeoy this promem If a sim-,tnewbpapers uexuve vvu~m v~ at ,- ,-- I lil ,o~o+~ Ilnle canning factory" could be[ + . 'II, there are now two Catholic ings of the Catholic Chu chll ~///g~4 I ~ 12~I~ I rll~ []i| ltUDll~lt X O II t rt d an,q ,oods marketed to-! ne might leave the country magazines -- o n e for priests made it a prime target for ex-ii Dial TW 2-6419 or TW 7-5744 ~~ I I firmly convinced that there is ro nation plus the antagon AURORA, ILL o l ~t there (V,]esnlk Djakovache Bmkupue P P getherin Mexco C'y " " " in " ' ;' " I {:Dt'~DT(I I!i PACKAGE I wouldbemoneyforweilsthat[n religious, discnmmatlon in Djakovo)and one for lay-[ismtowardsR rne:Prmstshawi[ ' ~i~ I I v I:I Ilwould bring water for irriga-tthis loveJy lano. however, almen (Blagovest in Belgrade).ldifficulties in vlsidng me s,c ii L J 5t~llllllk~l I I ,~v mr v ,r ;n III LIOUOR5 iition, sanitation and cattle-rais-ldeeper look woulfl.[evea! d,L There is also a small mimeo-land the in.firm in government- I LUrU . [,~i/~ I [] *'" lib ~" II ina This would mean a wholeIzerem pmture or me pliant oI ,~ra,~hed liturgical monthly is ioperate(~ msumuons oecause II $~. . ./ ~ Lr-~. v z:q i j s +~, ~" ~, " " '' l 1 Ill IlrevoluUon in their way of life ,Ithe Church m Yugoslawa. 'sued in Dalmatia lthere is fear of proselyt,zmg. ,I IJISl'/lDUtmg I 1216 NO LAKE ST AURORA vo a * Not,ons * Drugs WREX-TV. Iii1216 NO" LAKE ST" AURORA II I Not So Pleasant i PROPERTY LOSSES" Be-I . . -}l DIoIWO3-S40? ~ l l:l Plenty o~ Free Parking It ~ -~,~ J +r-~ a.~.+~.~ 'v++^ + ~=~1~;~+ +~ .-~. ~ ~. ~ I tions for the clergy and the con- I ROCKFORD, ILL ~ / I II I loon I I]~Iklllll'~rnl+l I ux~ut=t l*J.~l~lJ~O.l +J-i~+V ~ O(9~ e+J-J~'~+~+,"tz'" u ~ u'1 nS II " I -- ~ NIL~IL''~--L ",10U'~L',a*" Itized Catholic and onetime hi-/zincs and printing houses, thetve t. II I ,r much Church lost b ex ro rlatmn Books Needed --~ ~ " - " /tar boy, conditions a e ' [ Y P P" " [ I, 41~ "AURORA'S FRIENDLY BANK" lO nenre in o /more lenient than they are in/millions of dollars worth all Books, breviaries and missals/I . Ill I MILWAUKEE rNC~ Jere[such Communist countries as ] property, including bishops' res-[are needed by the Religious,/I James oleman Ill tLtlP I ,~ --x ~-- " v~~p" miah L O'Sullivan dean of the/Czech sl vakla' Rumania, Hun-[tdences, churches, c h a p e 1S,ibut not more than a single copy[I I ~' I'l eeTn,e Ill -- =" I M "t+ i,~,:o;; n t/gary and Albania. Catholics / monasteries, p a r i s h houses,|of any given book may be sent/I JL L [trL/KIL I[I~ . "%. I f#J~'!',' j,*~,':~"~'~L. ~,'~'o'~l~a'~i o.o, ~e~'~*t freely, K,-. . admit this. . Prelates may~ schools orphanages, hospitals/to, one person. Bulk shipments[Is-- -,111 41L4/] ! P Ii Member Federal ~m,~e~'~, ed to retire on Aug 31 1962 travel to Rome to confer with/and homes for the aged. There|of books are not permitted.l| RCA Whirl ool ll! - ! '~",; a7 ~ ~ :." I His Holiness Pope John XXIII./is little or no hope of ever get-] There seems to be a need too tl P I]1 ,a~ I De-osit Insurance ~~~:I~ OSul~'~i':heuniv;;sit '.=[acu~.IPriests maybe transferred and~ting them back. One church in|for mateFial for cassocks II Washers--Dryers [tl : m[tuat- t+ I p [ I'IUI~IIO llOtlWllOl ~ memoe o t y -~ - . . t - . -- - go from church to church with blovema was converted into a h mare altar of St I Refrigerators Stove~ . ~,s i ty since 1924. He will continue to[ ,~ / . . I Behind t e " ' J - I/I -- TWO ONVENIE NT . I 15orporatmn ~ -~"~ab,i~ ~nK ~ teach on a part time basis afterlOUt hindrance. ~eminaries arelmo~'m nouse. Stefan's Church in Zagreb lies ,I Dishwashers I/I kOCATION$ IH AURORA I " " "-~" he retires as dean [not bothered. In fact, there are[ TAXES: Church collectionslthe tomb of Alojzije Cardinal[I I/I .oo I In not[f" in- the" universit, ofI250 students studying theology] are taxed in Croatia and Bos-IStepinac Every day it is lined ]l Let Us llTire Your New Home I/| ~ d" -CIo-r k]Stre.t I " ~ r r ~ en ~ and 320 in minor seminaries in n'a t " ' . . ~ . 34 his eti em t p ' " . [ ' ' " ~ 594 5th AVE. TW 2-9613 1 Phone TW 7-8494 Broadway at Mare said that he wanted ,to make[ Zagrob itself, stance f the different regula-I I AURORA L[ ] ,the transitibn to the new dean/ But beyond these facts, con-[tions in different states. Chari-[ AilllL~l~l~j I, go smoothly" and to do all he/ditions are not so pleasant. Asltable gifts are also taxed IAUKUK I, | /~ ~'~ l~lf~,nl ~l~-~r~ could "to achieve the best inter-In famous American said, let'sI MILITARY SERVICE: Both[ ~ I ii~l~llp Al~ll~lll&lSPm | .t'~[IOl~ 1' l~L~l~l[1 k.flll~L~F ests of the university and the[look at the record: Ipriests and students must nn-[I Ill ALL MUM Arrl, lal~l~, ;~ I . m,~ MIKE AND ALICE PLUM college of ]ournahs . / SCHOOLS: There are no Cath-]dergo military serwce. During[| REPUBLIC Ill . ":-in- I ~ / ~)oles ono 3er 1c~/v ~cc;orcl~--arcrcu-,--~"~,r ~1 ," ~' !:' "" ~ -'----- Marquette'sacademic vice olic elementary or high schoolslthat period they may not attendl| III I 7811uLg e vYe t?Yre1 ::6::?'LIL CC(l''+l?ur ra ItEAI II I '! aS ' ' - .' I !l SPECIALISTS III I I These are a few hi~,hlights on II 1,1 I E LY conditions faced bythe 6 300 000 VALLEY HEATIN5 RALPH M. EB R i-+[ . - I If I i~i~i~:: ~::~ I Roman uathoncs m xugosmvla . lil | DI I G CO. ii~:i~] t MAY THEY REST IN PEACE T i[ii!:i [about 1,850:000 of whom are liv-[I Ask ~or Bill Pere~.Ill Co$~ Terms Loy-Awoy--~ll Repo|r|n~--Porl~ I HUGH C. K ~ ; R-ckf-rd -assed on tolmately 36 per cent of the total/! I1~~ lne iOllOWlng clergy ol me ~l~ce3e oz u u p |l II. ,1~ Prescri-tion Dru -ists their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re-|popu au n' exceeaea omy OYl~][I I I I P gg quested for the repose of their souls I I " - IIRAYMOND S I,I Y d,ySe v+. totion I Dutch Boy Acme Sher~m Wdhams Pamts .-- July 15, 192~--The Roy. John Henry Whelan, pastor of St. Maryll I . . . I,I,I[i Z --, I 7 Church Rockford, zs burred m Calvary cemetery, / ~II.I~ ~mr~a ~ Ii 27~ORTHBROAD"AY AURORA Chicago /I ~ . to help you achieve II ,+, SELF SERVICE I'1 ~U*','y "O*''I PHONE TW 2-0783 July 15,1930--Tch~urRe~v.DJia::s/~gli33CY, l~.S~:r2elStc.emPelrire~t[ ~ilX~ T~+i HAPPlSI~.~.~ II . 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