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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1961 , N Guide for News Items Sent to the Observer The following suggestions are to help publicity chairmen and anyone interested in handling news ~ ~: :~: items and insuring their publication in the Ob- "Welcome Wagon Idea Adopted ! :ili server. BLOOMFIELD, N. &--Sacred involved in the program. During h . . Heart parish here has adapted the visit, a brochure entitled ! The essential requirements for all stories are . ~ the "welcome wagon" idea to "Your Parish" is presented to ;z:i answers to mese Dasm quesuons: w.no, vvna,at. parish life. ]the family. " + Where, Why, When and How. Any addi~ionaJ ann The program functions under] The brochure contains such in- ::;! ' more detailed information of importance to the the direction of the Cana organ- formation- as times of Masses :i:ii~ ization Each month the "Tel- confessions and novenas; a brief ~ story should also be included. come wagon' chairmen obtain summary of the parish rgt~- fi::~' : + the names of new families in the izations a ma indicating e " :: In reporting names of persons please use the full ; P ::~ : " ~ t p Y. |~ : P P arish from the rector areacovered by the parish and :i: name of each individual for ro er and couple e There follows a personal visit a note on the school bus trans *~:l~:I :;i: :: identification. 0y one of the husband-wife teams lportatlon." : ~ l] ~:~~"~i~iiiiiiii:~i:iiiiii a~r -11 rL .P 11 ]1. ~ ~ 1. ~: i J !ii~:~iiiii!iiiiiiii~: News stories published before an event are of vlanllla LtallleS YUDIISll l nc CllCal Y ! ' l I ~ili;:~ + greater value to the newspaper, the subscribers MANILA Philippines -- Two reporting the release of the en- j ills ~ ~ ~[:::i dl and the organizations involved than a story after Manilla daily newspapers, the cyclical and giving quotations. 1 J i i ~ ~!~}~:::i ~ the event. Philippines Herald and Manila Four of ManiLa's six English- ll ] Jl I !:::ii!i / Chronicle, have puE~shed the language dailies failed to report : " " " i " value and 8 x 10 -rints full English text of the encycli- that the enc~;clical had appear- THE CATHOREE COMMITTEE OF AURORA are shown making the final plans for the 9th annual Cathoree, This annual event Futures are at spec al, p cal, "Mater et Magistra," of His ed. Two of these later published is a combined Boy Scout campout and Catholic religious retreat. Pictured above are, left to right, bottom row: Fred Brown, are the most desirable. Polaroid photos and snap- Holiness Pope John XXIII. an item quoting a New York Dean Rohman, treasurer, Richard Coyne, chairman, Ralph Abens, secretary, and Carl Jungles. Second row: Albert Adams, shots cannot be used. The same two papers carriedlProtestant minister's comment, Art Weis, Tony Walt and John Lentz. two news agency stories each Ipart praise part blame, on the [ Deadline for items is: MONDAY AT 5 P.M. of from Rome, on successive days,]Pope's letter he a er is ublished This means . . Scout Cam-out-Retreat Scheduled ITen Catholics the w ;kthatt tPePntheP0fficesof.theObserver Ordination m Fmland to Take Place I t I tlaa~ a ~ e s mus I F land Th first by MONDAY AT 5 P M ,o e .o. o on F'r Noxt We-kend at S mlnar. ITled, Beaten priestly ordination in FinlandI VoutiLainen will be ordained] ~ ~-/ ~-/ ~ ~ ] T ~o ~-~,q~ {NCI A All copy should be sent to: The Observer, Edi- since the Reformation will takelhv ~i~hnn William Cnhhan g f' J ~' I ."":"f ,"-'-:" -:'~ -^ torial De'~t. 1260 N. Church St Rockford, Ill. "- ~ prms~ nas repor~ea nero ma~ iv r , place in September when Martii j of Helsinki J J AURORA -- The 9th annual aid, fire building, improvised[ Voutilainen receives Holy Or-I "" " I~--:~ =- = -=- [C a t h o r e e a combined Boylshelter, measuring, archery/Angolan Catholics were tortur- ders. I rmmna nas amy some z,zuv[~:. ~-- :-: [~ "+ '" i r land physical fitness. Campfire|ed by other Africans in an effort,~~ A At the same time the only oth-ICatholics in a total population of] [~cout ea.mpoutano ~amo~ c e~jceremonies will be held eachlto make them renounce their tUKUKA er native Finnish priest, Msgr.]4,400,000. They are served by] ~J~l~ ~treaL wm oe nero .~ug. ~1, it[night of the campout. |Faith. Adolf Carling, will be celebrat-120 priests, 16 of whom are Re-I land 13 on the grounds of thel Retreat Master / ave - mg the 50th anmversary of hzs ligious throu h five narishes } I / tamer ~ugusro ~m~u~r~u ~ ~ -- ITrr 1 1 " . " J,g ~ : ~ons ot me oacrea nears ~em- ]ne retreat wilt ve conauctea count of the rescue of the II-~,-~l~ ~1[/,r~,~#'i~tTo~r,g'l I~ ~. .^ w r~ah.n . l~tHt] ~U"LIt~.IWt(.aZ~Ut . i-. . ~, . /-. -,~ . ~~ = ' -- . ~ : - - ,inary, rou~e ~z, ~wo m 1 1 e s/uY L.= z~=v. z.= =~ -" ~: '}10 men by rormguese ~roops, lled 19alns been m Great lintam I Isouth of Oswego. The event is/F,'S:CJ" l:teligious serv,ces -/now engaged in a war against "l~ LONDON The Catholic mous a*'*'~al for man" "~o*'le~ ~~!~ lsponsored by a group of Catho-]Cm~e a processmn ann reaem-|African nationalists that has tak. [~ KJltl-P k WZ'~l.Jl.Nk.; ~. --- I ~'P= ~ v~ ~ I ~~'-=~ - - - :,lic scouters called the Cathoree| cauon m me wrgm Mary. |en thousands of lives in this Par- "" o l~mes asserted that the t~rmsnlin a country without religious] ~ - :: - !.- ~ ' |. Father Dahlin served as a|tugueseterritory in recent Where you. can save up to ~ouu n Communist party is making =" ~"""~==" Nav hoto ra herd r ~ n Ibelief and almost totally ab-I ~~| / y p g p u " glmonths a New or Used Car. greater neaawayman itnas ' A special mature oI t n 1 s r II h s au at in " " ' done for years sorbed in materialism [ ~~ l'-ear's Cathoree will be a postaljw rld Wa and a t g,Father Filisberto said that he I~/here Cars are Sold at a .Savings ! ~:::~1 /y .~. [Monroe Mich. and Erwindale| ,~mn~nvln~ tMav 281 a and Serviced to Satis]act on. Douglas Hyde, an excommu- no par~y nas amy avout| ~~ /cachet for stamp collectors. ~ne/~.~+~ ~^ . ~' ~. + 't nist himself and a leading ha-T40,000 official members in Bri-/ ": <~:i [program will also include knot|~err;d *to= t~:new=~;;'m;n;r;'aiJc lumn of troops near the vil- FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON thority on communism, saldltain. But they are dedicatedl -- ]tying lashings compass, first/~ ~ ']laMe of Mucaba when they pass- THUNDERBIRD that in June, 781 people applied]workers, m a n y holding key~ lelllr~"~: t ~w~u |ed a neighboring African v!nage 237 Throop St. FE 8-2440 to join the party. Hyde saidlposts in industry and the trade/LeRov J. Poull |~ ~'rA~[I|A j Lel-~oy ~. roull, Aurora, willlin which thee 10 men were be!ng Woodstock, Ill. - r~ serve as campmaster ne nas torturea ~ney nan neon uea that communism has an enor-|unions J Campmaster J ~|~V|~ I ,I J J had over 30 years experience in]with ropes, deprived of food and --- -- ,c~ n 1~ ~ g-~ 1 ' 1 rt con|. ~|scouting. Mr. Poull servedlwater and whipped. The troopsl |[~--~ I uDan tte(1 s ~on ruameu ~ca ]1 Iltroop 26 at Holy Angels parishldrove off the Africans who were I ~ I J J MIAMI, Fla.- The son of a, The re~ortssald the ceramonyil C.H. FELDOTT II,o. seven years. During this]torturing the Catholics. TheI Joseph N. b~ro~z Ill For Any Occasion I rest official of the Fidel Jlperiod the troop earned t h e[Catholics had been taken prison-tl -~'1P~1 I[~t'~NTg J[I e e~n e,e I commu was performed by Coadjutor f ~,--v,-,- -. Castro regime was ordained a Archbishop Evilio Diaz y Cia!j FEED, HARDWARE, LAWN EQUIPMENT ]]National Camping award for|er following the evacuatmn o IJ v Ill C :~'~d%bk'~ I ; pUbdt~333 . --~napr~v~;ra~in ~?:t? of Havana and that three "+h"r J M M FARM MACHINERY llfive, years m successmn ]Europeans from Mucaba, wh,ch J . lit --a=-. - , = '~" ~,Rmhard Coyne, chairman of the priest described as being l T~.r~rf~ rgnchin, here said Cubanswere rdamedprmstsatl[ We Service What IT/eSelP' [[the committee announced tha[ j controlled by Protestants. ][ e Fum.ceR~pa!ring Ill ,-~::'*'~'~-~-~'---I l~o'~ert"o"Sole-r.-w-hose father of]the same time. [I Time Pa ment. lithe advance registrations indi-[ Meanwhile, it has be ern r~POvr.~-J[ an~!.lation J]J JOll@T-i.~uroru J 30 semmarmns, Y the lar ea nere mat a numv o At Cond~honmg the same name is a government] More than " ~i [[ 845 E Wilson St TR 9 3552JJcate that this will beg-[ :ll I,I I : I official in Oriente Province, was from the Havana seminary nave' " " BA~ravtA " Uest event e v e r held b thisuages in normern angora navell Ve.tileti~ Skvli~ht~ Ill 41,I, illll 1 I[llll~# I one of three seminarians receiv- come to south Florida and others ] Jl group Y been abandoned. II ~, III," I ing the subdiaconate in the cha-are reported to hav:,:~ne otO U / ' ,| |l= pel of El Buen Pastor. the Ha-Canada, Rome an Sp" o c "lJ FINEST IN FOOD FINEST m iJA I IDt'~DA II 469 High St. Autote II I ,=. seminary, onMay S. Itinuetheirstu es I Tu, t " " Painting May Be MasterpIece }l E ,+ TO,%:=;?; Itl-- AURORA JANITOR SUPPLY CO. J[ l,I .SALt J CORK, Ireland-- A 17th-cen-IDame, Indiana, indicated that[I ' "" fury painting of the Cruci-[Rubens or Van Dyke was thelJ .PHONE TR 9-7147 [[J ~:ALJ/fADE Ill ~'-----~n~ nUdr~;:t I +. +v.r o +'' t.r '" " "'" Ill '1 room of St. Mary's cathedral " h+.e has been tentatively at-I Can n.A':Kcet Yjd=m':=!J -^ ^e n.nn.n.n vv e--^n ill roLL Z G!ER MUSIC tributed to Rubens or V anltrat r ol t,II r~Ll~ D~OI~ ~ DI~UII ~r" II~.I ~n D ke Ibeen searching t h e cathedralll " it 11 m surve or archives for ev II . - II Y ' " idence He said' Barbers" }oe Foltos .le]~ Orland A Cork bu'd'g Y I lieved the aintin" had~1 Beautician: Lucile Lohman I[J SANZ CATERING SERVICE Jl r t-'.t.e : J named T. F. Mcr~amara camelne ~ v s t " n S one TR 9 4 " ! upon the eight-by-f iv e-foot been donated by a Cork manll 2 West Wdso t. Ph -3. -. III "-~;Y II uommeTe ~ttT ecTmn I painting while examining the|living in London, and that it I JtJ 1II ' I architecture of the cathedral/had been purchased from a !11 ~h Dinners Picnics Iil religious Articles I He said a preliminary examii|reputable dealer in Cologne. II tn,a~ ,'rlrEC, rnT.ErV==,c iii ~PhoneTW2.5900 Autors Ill Jewelry e-Toys lnjant IT/ear I - Rubens aiffVl I1~1 / ~ V I I ~l'%,i'-1~5 ~1~, n a t i o n by Professor John/ Cork already has a ]J STANDARD SeRWCe II tl Cards I ~ve~, ~%ton~vOfrstih; ArtGtralel p:,t~:n~orRkesbe:hCo~. a:f tAhet(ell iI llc----- li ll I Aurora AR SAIViAKI1AN FLALA Housmg Plan for Calcutta Cathohcs I W o.s, oIll Aurora. Ill Ill SAMAKI1AN FLALAI red** ' .Redi-Mix: Itlll STANDARD, SeeVlCE I/llll St. Joseph Mercy I CALCUTTA The ~oclal Wel-Christian ~oopera~ive ~ -~u u~u,-,v .-, m,- VOIRIN "' :[are Week held here under the Union here. The credit union At~E ST~E-E-T~i$a[" AURORA auspices of the Catholic As-lstarted eight years ago byJJ Ill Concrete Jot all II Motor T,e-Up---mi,or I/ +z~ ,~u ~J sociation of Bengal has calledlNoronha with 40 members andl|]j JUHNSON'$1filllkldnd ll/$ DKU611~l~llg $IOKE "^"" l[ll [ purposesDurDose$ llt[I "' " " h a s P P Repoirs--.-Tire~--Bol~erles for a cooperat,ve housmg planla capital .of $400, today . I! 11 1 to provide homes for Calcutta 2,500 members a n d savmgsll lil ~ a,A I[I Broke Servlce---kube Jobs t i ~ .~)~;~--~, i~I le1|||UllU Iq, IlUiOi I,l~l~ilbI i Catholics. [amount to $140,000. II ' III ~UIII~r;I; Ill I',1 x w,~r~o III I According to a recent,survey, I The housing plan has the I Convalescent Supplies Ilill I/i,00, m~.s st. Auro~ ,I,I,BEER ,!1111 ~ettt~tt~nttt ,J--LI I'~ ~1~ ~, I 58% of this Indian city s more,support of Archbishop :~vi:3, Ill ~, i,i - - than five million people live inlDyer of Calcutta w o g ' IJ Canes, Crutches~llospitalBeds, etc. Ill ILl p.o.t TW 7-2411 ltl rORERTg III i.tlmtMr; J ~1 I ' " =! L)I~L I ~ O'~1 Itil~ I" t~l ~ v III 111~411~4n~I I /d~y'"". I I housing units of only one room. [ experience with such pro3ectsj| Ill w,~,- i ~ ~=It ,-. III |!1 I/I I .~x,~ - I I erred as vicar en- A committee to set up the[when he s g II tlomplete t'rescr ptlon ~ervlce J|~ ,I[ PACK ACF, k ILLINOIS i l housing project has been form-leral of the Bombay archdi - I I| II I" " " ed under the direction of Clif-Jcese where Cathohcs maintainlJ tt"/ ( I1~t~.I~ ~ua~km, n T~ 4A L I~.l .l. Ill ~ I!l l"It'tTTf~n~ Ill DIAL ~LIJ . J[- JEalJEalL ~o I ltJU~Zv--a~ l~l J[~L~ ford Noronha, manager of the[several housmg sometms. II '" '" "' " III I[I ,4 uun Ill 2-3226 i Florists Since I895 Cathohc Colleges Get U. S. Loans [ ~Jll HELEFlMIStFSREEMI89,50wner Ill-"~ .'+' +~ ~* ill o+ ~ I Plent~ ol Free Porkml WASHINGTON- Two Cath-college union building, whichI ,URORA . . . /I Ill "o" Residen.: Ph. TW7-70$$ l olic colleges were granted U. S. will include a large dining~ . 1 " - J |l loans in excess of a million dol-lroom, snack bar and faculty~ ~|- ~ k44~/11~1~ i~~i~i~i~~~i~~ larsing facilitieseach to buildby theStUdentcommhu~tS'-Jdi~ngrr[ am:" Colle e'yJ ' g at. North] [ A" ~R"RAu u t."RE"~''''~'''~'~'r~ ~ I M I - ""/ll~'SHO~ I~- "'~ t m~V|~rLOCAL OR LONG J=l=- =- = Facilities Administration here.iAndover, Mass a coecmca~ion-, ][ ~~ ~l~ I DISTANCE i= ~~~ -, "-- --- -= = - lli~ = Barry College, operated for[al institution with an enroll- . RUSSELL ONAK - ~-- ~,STOg|J I -" = women students by the Domin-[ment of 1,400 students conduct-I One Downer Place Aurora tour Doctor I aunnr J I- ican Sisters at Miami Shores led by the Augustinian Fathers, -, -- Will Prescribe " MIIII~IU; -- .= ~: =+!i ;~' " - a "1 500 000 loan to4 t'none TW 7-8694 J~TRANSFER I= +.~~'~ Text Most Po,mlar Ever Fast~ Processing Service (All Types) ~ ~J I J~TW2 97'' I" ~ Home U $ hoo1 0ff| ol ond Ins i ution.tt " ~+ z.aJta~y~z l" ] ~. - ~ I Auroro, ill. " J= " "~ I AleX~. r~ogy s -~Y" I AGENT FOR I-- Complete ~tock w w =. WASHINGTON-- His rioxinesslviaea to meir reaaers oy ~wo ~"' "~" A ror Phone TW 7 9618 " = - U a REPUBLIc VAN ond -- Dfapono8 Fobr,c8 Bedspreads Shpcovers Hordwaro -- hn XXIIIs new en-natmnal Cathohc newspapers, 311YerLilOSS Photo ho" - - t Pope Jo ~ l" 12 Downer Place STORAGE CO. -- Aure Ifllnoi, - cyclical, "Mater et Magistra, land 75 d~ocesan papersI 43 FOX ST. PH. TW 2-2008 AURORA Ckildmn',$h-I$ne iolld~I World Widl Movllm j~~i~~i~~H~~h- is getting the largest ftdl-text[throughout the country. Hancty publication in t he Catholic|pullout supplements have been Press of the United States of|printed by most of the papers, I .~ . ----.- ~ + any Vatican document in his-[permitting the readers to save,A/~/~ ~ .~./ LEONARD1 FURNITURE + . - I tory ]the encyclical, while others .~-']Z~,~,~ /////~ ~'~.~o ~,~. "'- T~.~I~I~IF,J :~ i~ LWl The full text has been pro-lhave serialized it. l( //c,f /t49"+ C/" ,o",+ - TV AND APPLIANCE ] i, .2oPro r:mjo joow: I/ " v~ory ~~ . o. :u:= ? +, President Janio Quadros citedlin Brazil who are carrying :: Illl~ ~m~.~ .m,L m~ ~ "ADE BI~OWN C.E. PHILCO the new social encyclical Ma-|an ostrich policy." 1 r ~ ~ ~ BASSETT ROPER HAMILTON ~r t~e M:ggi~?v'e a;ro:U;hm rReY[ Quadros said he is seeking to I I 1 I SEALY ADMIRAL MAGIC.CHEF 01.UMBIA OFFICE SUPPtYA 0, is planning. Jmake Brazil--with the largest BUILDING AND LOAN AS$OCIATION/AUROI~t 907 $ River St Aurora TW 6.1761 OFFICE--INDUSTRIAL---INSTITUTION L Speaking at the opening in[Catholic population !n .t h e AO/ r~l Re,~rves oJ Over " " Pkono TW 7-9249 AURORA 227 Moin St. this major steel center of Bra-] world.--into "a oynamm ~nrzs- ~/0 |1 1~ i~.2~700.000.00 ~ zll's first labor college t h el tian democracy." He re3ected On All Sovin-s Assets OverS4500000000 President asserted: "The Pope[a kind of democracy "in which Per Annum= 41~7~ ' ' " R ~. ,is, ,~ t Rome tho e who enter the world poor near & rang nows i l'l'as jtlSt pronounced "n,$ (Current Rill i(ll:t'i(MID truths which are being stub-[are assured of dying poor." /j~j~qb ~ -~-'/.~ /,~ t" . L . I I~ll'h I~lhh%l~llhl~ British Army Gets New Chaplain Complete Line of HIGH STREET PHARMACY London--A former prisoner-of-,bishop David Mathew. Areheru Su--lies Complete Pre.cription Service e s ~, ~ It' . ~ " 1 Ft" . . Our S ectalt . war of the Japanese, Fatherl The Irish-bornvP.ri~ttvSUCCe:d: p y "" Jp~inJtedO'prMiah ;a~Y'chhp~ambe? Msg;tiE::a:ding" to illhealth . " ana KaW MaTerials CONVALESCENT SUPPLIES the British Army, He has been an army Chapla'm 77 S. Broadway 'm@l "-Sow by Mail--Postage m, -- a.~ PnV RENTAL AND SALES Father O Mahoney becomes since 1938. He was captured in Aur0ra Illin0is Paid Both IVays K & I~ ~U)/Uilfl AK~FIBK/ CANE, CRUTCHES, WHEEL CHAIRS, ETC. officially Vicar General for the the Far East in 1942 and was,Tel,: TWin Oaks 7-8761 S$ JACKSON STREET Phone TW 6-2226 AURORA z~ LIl~ Ik eL - e. IBIL ---- ~'IU~ (~dr~51 & SAVING5 1NSURED TO $I000000 'uo~ rll~n ~[Ir~[ rngn~ /VV ~'1~1~ e~lar~r. Army ~o me J~lsnop-m-uramar.y neta pmsoner Dy me uapmae~ ' " Houri: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wodnosaoy: z p.m. ~o p.m. 4 to H~ MajestT's forces, Arch- for three years -