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Sunday, July 15, 1951 THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR News Section---Page 9A 'of Paris; John W. O'Connell of ess of Arlington, Vs., a graduate s House Lv. Wa hrn ton,. ,:, a ,.duate +ohool student, *o political Retreats.aT- vp^-en ~ool student, to study the soci-I science at the Uni,'ersity of An- elegy of Islam, and Carl M. Wheel- l kara, Turkey. At Belleville, III. Catholic Programs = ...... ............ Iql Belleville, Ill. ~ "King's House WMA --- ,70 wu, - 0so wmc - u0 The National Bank beverages INSIST of Retreats," the Southern Illinois WaN -- 720 WNJD ---1160 WLBK --1360 of closed retreat center just being KSTT --750 WLPO---1220 KDTH --1370 ON WAIT -- 120 WSDR---1240 WGES ---1390 Sterling O completed, will be dedicated on WLS -,,o wsBc-~4o woc -~42o BUDWEISER Sunday afternoon, July 22. A brief WEHR -- 899 " WEDC --1240 WROK --1440 Deposits Federally to $10,000 SOLD EVERYWHERE speaking program has been an- WAAF-- 950 WMRO--1280 WHFC --1450 Member Fed. Deposit Ins. Corp. nounced to follow the formal dedi- WCft--10OO KROS --1340 WFRL ---1570 TWIN CITY PRODUCE CO. catory rite at which Ilia Excell- ency, Most Rev. Albert R. Zuro- SHORT WAVE LENGTH IIJV -- VATICAN CITY -- 31.00 weste, D.D., Bishop of Belleville, WVJL -- 93.7 WFJS CF. , -- ;0 5 FRANK EWING MOTOR SALES will officiate. The campaign for funds was inaugurated just prior FOR WEEK OF JULY 15 TO JILY 22 INCLUSIVE to His Excellency's elevation to the Your FORD Dealer See of Belleville; he was serving as publicity director for the cam- SUNVA PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE paign at the time of his appoint-7:45 a.m.--WJJD--Sacred Heart Program 208 Third Ave. Sterling ment. :) :15 a.m.--KS']."[~--Sacred lteart l'rogram The retreat center includes three 1o::~o a.m.--WLS--Hour of Faith, (DST) 10:30 a.m.--WMRO--]tour of St. Francis new buildings: a 53-rooul residence 12 NOON --WGES--IIoly Mass, Our Lady of Sorrows Church providing private quarters for that ]2:4 ........ "TRADITIONALLY FINE FLOWERS" number ofretreatants;arefectoryl:00p ..... ..... LUNDSTROM GREENHOUSES building and a Sisters' convent. The 1:00 p.m.--WMAQ--The Catholic Hour (DST) 1:45 p.m.--Wl,BK--Sacred Heart Program Sisters will supervise the refect-4:30 p.m.--WENR--The Greatest Story Ever Told ory work. ~:00 p.m.--WFJL (FM)--Holy Hour 205 18th AVE. ROBERT A. LUNDSTROM STERLING, ILL. The campaign for the retreat e :00 p.m.--WGES--Polish Roman Catholic ~our 6:45 v.m.---WFJL (FM) Family Rosary center was formed in 1947, just 8:30 p.m.--WSDR--Ave Maria Hour prior to the death of the late Bish- 9:00 p.m.--WGES--ltalian Catholic Hour op Henry Althoff. The goal of 10:30v.... WOC--The Catholic Hour HUTTENS CLOTHING STORE $529,000 was reached on August 30, MONDAY 1 ! 5 E. Third St. 1949 and work of construction was 8:30 a.m.--WMRO--Sacred Heart Program begun earty that Winter. s:3o a.m.--WLPO--Morning Devotions 8 ;45 a.m.--WFRL--Morning Devotions by the ~ev. Peter Watsen. chaplain of St. Franci~ Hospital, Freeport, IlL Senate Confirms Sec. 4:]5 p .... KDTH--S .... d Heart Program Matthews As U.S. 7:00 p .... WFJL (FM)--Fami]y R.... y V A N E T T I " S 8:30 p.m,--WCFI---The Hour of St. Francis Ambassador To Ireland t0:00 p.m.---WF.IL (FM)--From My Viewpoint. Dr. /arol Ripe HOME SUPPLY & AUTO PARTS CO. TUESDAY ON NORTH LOCUST ST. IN STERLING, ILLINOIS Washington--(NC)--The Senate s:45 a.m.--~VFRL--Morniug Devotions hy the Rev. Peter W'atlg~n. has confirmed the nomination of chaplain of St. Francis Hospital, Freeport, ]if. Phonn 5S6 A.J. Vone1~ Navy Secretary Francis P. Mat- 4:15 p.m.--KDTH--Sacred tteart Program thews to be United States Ambas- 7:00 p.m.--WFJI. (FM)--Family Rosary sador to Ireland. A nationally- 7:30 p.m.--WJOL--College of St. Francis Radio Workshop 8:00 p.m.--WFJL (FM)--Inquiry Class known Catholic leader and former :45 .--wFJL nears r os am MAC'S GARDEN SHOP Supreme Knight of the Knights of WEDNESDAY "The Seediest Place In Town" Columbus, Mr. Matthews has Bulk end Package Seeds ~ Scatts L~wn Products served as Secretary of the Navy 8:30a.m.--WLPO--Mornins Devotions 215 First Ava. Rock Foils since May, 1949. 8:45 s.m.--WFRL--Morning Devotions by the Rex'. Peter Watgen, chaplain of St. Francis Hospital, Freeport, Ill. 4:15 p.m.--KDTH~Sacred Heart Program 7:00 p.m.---WFJI". (FM)--Faraily Rosary 7:00 p.m.~WJOL---Ave Maria 7:48 p~m.--WSDR--Hour of St. Francis" EMERALD HILL GOLF CLUB avanna S:00 p.m.--WFJL (FM)--NSt. ..... FranciatI .... Xavier ultra Heart d Our LadYOchurch Dinln, Room For Wedding Dinn, -- ..nquets 8:30 p.m.~WGN--The Family Theatre, (DST) STERLING ILLINOIS THURSDAY ! .[ R. G. FULLER s:. o ..... w..o--saoro. Heart FUNERAL DIRECTOR s :d& a.m.--WFRL~Morning Devotions by the Rev. Pete," Watl~n, @ chaplain of St. Francis Hospital, Freeport, Ill. Licensed for IIlinoi| luwa s :30 p.m.---KROS---Ave Maria Hour " 4:15 p.m.--KDTH---Sacred Heart Promm I Furniture and Flea, Covering 7:00 p.m.--WFJL (FM)--Family Rosary 7:00 p.m.--WJOL---Joliet Catholic Hour SAVANNA, ILLINOIS 7:15 p.m.--WFJL (FM)--Your Doctor Speaks 9:00 p.m.--KROS---The Family Theatre 10:00 p.m.--WFJL IFMi--Air Edition of the New World v o.. s,,opp.,. A, ..,DA* T R O O T H F L/ N E R A L H O M E FRANK'S MARKET ,:a0 a .... WFJL (FM)--Mornins l"ra~r,~'~. (Daily) "Where Piwe Service Coati Ha More" 8:45 a.m.--WFRL---Morniug Devotions by the Rev. Peter WeaKen. M.C. CAMPS, Owner chaplain e/ St. Francis Hospital, Freeport, ill QUALITY MEATS 12 NOON --,WFJL (FM)--Anlrelua (DItily) /~@tt Grennon Tel. 287 ~ E. lekreM 3:30 p.m.~WLPO--Sacred Heart Program 323 First Ave. 119 W. 2rid 4:15 p.m.--KDTH--Ss~z~,d Heart Prol~ram Sterling Reck Fails 7:oo p.m.--WFJL (FM)--Family Roeary 7:00 p.m.--WJOL--Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother S:05 9.m.--WGFL--Novena to Our Sorrowful Motllle, ROCK FALLS DAIRY HIGHEST 8 :IS p.m.--WFJL (FM) --Catholic answers 10:15 p.m.--WFJL (FM) --Evening DevoUome PASTEURIZED DAIRY PRODUCTS 11:65 p.m.--WVJL (FM)--Meditation. STERLING. QUALITY SATURDAY P.H. Koup, Phone Main 913, H. N. Koup 7:16 a.m.--WSBC--Saered Heart Hour 2:15 p.m.---WLIP--Sacred Heart Hour A & S DAIRY Inc Pasteurized 6:30 p.m.---WFJL (FM)--Ave Maria Hour Wahl $~dld Small Cllpper Homogenized Largest selling electric 7:00 p.m.~WFJL (FM)~Family Rosary b~lr clipper in the "/:15 p.m.---WFJL (FM)--Measase of the Ma~ 4*)] LOCUST ST., STERLIHG --Milk-- world. A real buy S:30 p.m,~WF3T. (FMl~Sacred Musia $9.75 WAHL I 14AND.E I WAHL Si,,,tD,yo, Two Expelled From Chino Lloyd I. Glass of Cresco, Iowa. FUNERAL HOME Com- plete ~ A home that once Receive Pope's Blessing They stopped in Rome on their way unit Iu~ it Cannot to the United States from Hang ~ ~ ~ with /get alone with- For Other Moryknollers Kong. " STERLING, ILLINOIS four [ out it. An Ex- appli- / eeptlonal Value~ Rome -- Two Maryknoll Mission- Father Moffett, arrested twice POURTH AVE. PHONE MAIN 9 caters I~lced et aaly $7.50[ Write to D~nrt* era, recently expelled from China by the Communists, spent a total 202 =cut o-~o i by the Communists, received the of seven months in prison. Origin- i blessing of His Holiness, Pope Pins ally sentenced to death by {t firing W~bl I~ I XII for all Maryknollers on June squad, the sentence later was DR. L. D. AHRENS S~ar--$l.S0 29, the 40th birthday of their for- changed to expulsion from the eign mission society, country. He was finally released on OPTOMETRIST ROCK FALLS, ILLINOIS WAHL CLIPPER CORPORATIOH The priests are Fathers Edward May 24, but only after being forced Em Examined -- Glosses Fitted S~d~I, Illi~is J. Moffett of Newark, N.J., and to witness the torture and execu- Ho~rs: 9 to 5 Evenings by Appointment . ties of a young man arrested with I02t./a West Second St. Telephone: 370 him. KLEINSCHMIDT CLEANERS Father Glass, after working "FREE PICKUP AND DELIVERY among the Chinese people for 15 Implements years, had been under house arrest CLEANING---FUR STORAGE---DYEING for five months. At his mission in McCormick-Deering 2 W. 4t~ St. T*I. Main 252 the Kweilin area of South China, Machines he conducted a Boys town for some i ' 100 orphans, a foundling associa- TriEr Implement Co. Starling's Shopping Heedquom~rs tion for abandoned infants, a rice PHONE 93 Fw HeM A C~mtm7 bank to aid farmers, and a dispen- sary which handled 200 patients,~ Wyne-Deaver's daily. I! - II AL. HOFFMILLER I O,,T. ,TO,, To II ,.a III " ','A'- I ALLEN FUNERAL HOME Fulbright Award, II III .'"."2 ! W.hington --(NC)-- Two stud-II + 'nus & eATTmln III _'"7"_" _"" _'?Y_ "" I " Sterlinl's Finest eats and one alumnus of George-I . II ,,~ f~,. I P~empt--Efficimt, Amkldeace Service town University have been award-| "l~,~.~,~~d~ ed Fulbright scholarships, it has PHONE 47 'lO5 FIRST AYE. been announced by Dr. Paul R. , Lecher, the university's Fulbright Reed 11~ Advelqbemelll IJprogram adviser. " All Sterling Mattross Upholstering Co. II The awards have been made to l[$ames 8. Edmtmd n of WImWillJq i e M@ i'8 W@Qr m,d U~l ~ II Wash., an alumnus of the Yew ~ ~ IlL Jl~ 11Md Avo--TM. 1241---llediq liot .,rts mini t+ " ' I I ' I I 1 I I' French thrall at tl~ 4~