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FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1961 Aurora Jubilee Class AURORA -- The Most Rev Loras T. Lane. bishop of Rock- ford. will award diplomas to the 15 graduates of the St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing at the commencement exercises Sun- day, Aug. 13, at Our Lady of Good Counsel Church, at 3:30 p.m. The ceremony commemor- ates the golden anniversary of the founding of St. Joseph Mer- cy hospital. Other events taking place that ayl day are: High Mass for the graduates in the hospital chap- el at noon, a dinner for the graduates, their parents a n d pastors a n d members of the school's faculty in the hospital auditorium and a brief mr.gram following the dinner. The pro- gram w il 1 feature a student verse speaking choir, directed by Emma Onak, R.N which will present the history of the School of Nursing. Models will s h o w the changing styles in nursing uniforms throughout the years. Jubilee Class The members of the jubilee class of 1961 are: Joan Allbee. Joan Feda, Lucille Freise and Mary Ann Smith, all of Elgin; THE OBSERVER MAKES VOWS AT MARMION ABBEY'Fraters Kenneth Theisen O.S.B Sugar Grove, (left), Robert Reiehenbacher, O.S.B Aurora and Donald Wirth, O.S.B Chicago, recently complet- ed their novitiate and made their vows at Marmion Abbey, Aurora. Seven other area youths VATICAN CITY- (NC) -- The recent death of three cardi- nals has led to speculation here that Pope John may name new members of the Sacred College or reveal the names of the three cardinals he has created "in petto." With the recent deaths of Domenico Cardinal Tardini, Nicola Cardinal Canali and Jo- seph Ernest Cardinal Van Roey they are now 81 cardinals. The Pontiff elevated 11 o: them in the past 17 months at two consistories: March 28, 1960, and Jan. 16, 1961, when he rais- ed membership in the College of Cardinals to its all-time high of 85. Since the latter consistory, Marcello Cardinal Mimmi has also died. PAGE 3 of New S petto" in March, 1933, but did manE, 2 Argentinians, 2 Cana. not reveal his name publicly un- diane and 1 each for Ecuador, til December, 1935. Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Le- The present 81 cardinals in-[banon, A r m e n i a, Australia, clude 6 cardinal bishops, 651Madagascar, Cuba, Hungary, cardinal priests and 10 cardinal deacons. There ave 52 non- Italian cardinals and 29 Italians Twenty-nine cardinals are at- tached to the Roman curia, the central administrative staff ol the Church, while the remaining 52 govern dioceses' throughout the world as archbishops or bishops. Diverse Nationalities Nationalities within the Sacred College are the following: 29 Italians, 8 French, 6 Americans, 5 Spaniards, 3 Brazilians, 3 Ger-! China, India, Mexico, Uruguay, England, Austria, Scotland, Japan, The :qetherlands the Philippines, Tanganyika, Vene- zuela and Colombia. Geographically the college has 55 Europeans, 11 Latin Ameri- cans, 8 North Americans, 4 Asians, 2 Africans, 2 from the Middle East and 1 from Aus- tralia-Oceania. Of the living cardinals, 9 were created by Pope Plus XI, 33 by Pope Plus XII and 39 by Pope John. 101 N. LAKE STREET AURORA, KUNOIS Telephone TW 7-4681 SAVE WHERE YOUa OA, LAR$ DO BETTER AT THRIFT CORNE % i I II 11 Aurora SAV, IllgS aes t,0AII ASIOCIATIOR SAI|IIA IOI)|VlII 1~111 i| 1-1161 Join today with your friends and neighbors who have learned that it pays to save h portion of their earnings each month at Improvement. Fully protected to $10,000 by the F.S.L.I.E. your helper, e, Ill Your partner in personal pr0oress!tl IMPROVEMEI4T FEDERAL SAVINGS ROUTE 65 AURORA BOCKMAN JEWELERS TW 8-4181---7-2207 s3 MAre STREET AURORA ' A Name Famous for Quality 1304 NEW YORK ST. 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Stop in and see us today! college education possible This book makes his MILK DEPOT SAV= t .~ c~DV,rC Diane Lejear, Kathleen Netter- received the Benedictine habit in another ceremony at the Abbey, and began their canonical Three "In Petto",IrJt~r~ ~" " -- " "" ear n " " ~T A Complete Store vflleand Mary Kay Welch, all Y of ovztlate. . At the March 28, 1960, consis- Ll~.Jr . IR.J~,~ m k.nicago; Gloria Ball, Oak- r'r~l a 1 tory the Pope announced that in n i| x ~roceries x ~eats ley, Calif.: Sarah Fitzpatrick, 'hi,e,r~,nLA 1B~n [I addition to the seven new cardi- i . ~,1[ Frozen= a. *D a.DalryVilla Park; Mrs. Elizabeth Hat- lll]L ~q[~ ~t-IJ~l-~,~[, [J rials he was naming publicly,James ~.oleman iI Your Friendly Service Station NorTon- * ~;:::cts ten, Aurora', Ellen M. Hermes- ]| ~ --e ,11 ~ -- he has also elevated three others i,p- m=A= e. II "'" sy, Gilberts: Patricia Johnson,[]l~[ "11k/[ 11 [I [ j~llj~l~hJlllJ! [ I~lllill~ll~ "in petto" (in the breast). That [ J. L. tLI:L/KIt t[ n litv a,hi[ 1035 50 Lincoln Ave. Grand Rapids, Mich.; OorothYi[~/|~]r~ I 1gl :t L II q|alLaaai ,aaaaqr il q WililLil ii ]P meant he had raised three cler: I II I Dearns McHenry PatrmzaKel ~-'~-'~-'~& J-vJ-m.~J~ r ; " ' " I [J ics to the rank of cardinal but [ w#~A ~Tl~;~.l~,~,~l [[ 77 So Lake Street AU oro rn w z-~/ty ly, Arab,y: and Lois M Umb- l| ~ was reserving publication of [ ~'-~? ~.1-'"", J| - ' denstock Yorkville. e = I[7 II ~ their names for a later date He I wasners---uryers I ]empnone nw z-/oou llPlrS[ YOWI 11 tat s r ~t~pt" :has not yet revealed theirl Refrigerators--Stoves i1.^, ,^,~ n Ii worKers n ~, iv ,names !1 Dishwashers il DUD lU~I~II[~ I yy:.~ I rl ,--~ " I I - REPUBLIC ] AURORA--Thr'ee area clerics V Although there has been no i P dlb ~ imade their first vows as Bene-The .[.eyaru Commun|~ special announcement from the Let Us Wire Your New Home ! MINOR & MAJOR RE AIRS di in r Vatican Rome s newspapers ,~rg i ~d~ 0~ I I. i l~Ib I I I 'ct' es Aug. 10 at Marmion Ab-Jl Chest A-enc" I ",' ~. " ~ I 594 Sill AVE. TW 2.9613 iI SUN TESTING EQUIPMENT I g/4J ILL/41 lUcy aftercompletingtheir[I ~1 r speculating that the r'ope wmI AURORA II novitiate They are" FraSer Rob IBy Lisa Ferris Ithinkin~ of our recentionist i [reveal the names of these three ! P I I ''''" I SPEClAL|STS l ert R eichenbach e r O-/ Catholic Charities Staff Ihelping this man reach his des ,cardinals before he ~ssues his iu "'decree convoking the Second Va-: S B, Aurora Frater Kenneth I I/AIII~V UlnA?Ill/2 I ; [ What a bright happy day thisJtination will be long remember-: JI FIRES TONE TIRES I l/'t&l,m= l 111~/4 I II1g I Theisen O.S.B Sugar Grove'/turned out to be for a 7(} ,earl mean ~cumemcai t.ouncu. II ' ' ~ e " E, very~ttlng l'or ~ar alza home Downer&RiverSts. I I and Frater Donald Wzrth,]old heart-broken man' Walking] d. " Until the name of a cler cll AURORA, ILL Ask for Bill Perez O S B, Chicago y " " A staff car was ordered to named a cardinal "in pest,' is ~ . . J Ask ~orBill Pere~. ] Ihes~tantl rot. our agency, hen I] ROBINSON S AUTO SUPPLY CO. FRIENDLY & COMPLETE I I Frater Robert the son of Mr |came up to our receptionist andldrive him to his living quarters announced publicly he acquires [I ~ . z~tu =o. Kavertw at-stUyg ' . ." AUl~Ol'~A--Broaaway LL~II'~--. tale SERVICE SINCE 1871 to ~ck u a ver hear uzt none of the rzghts of a cardinal I .u=o. K,~ROR~W z-'~uyu land Mrs. H~rman F, Reichen-lbegan to tell his story. [ p p y y s "}l & Clark Sts Chica~o Sts Member of F.O.l. . I bacher, Aurora, attended Our/ While visitina friends in Rock-[case" From here, a social wor- If Pope John were to die before[I " e " ~* Lady of Good Counsel school]fora h~ h~Oh~ ~h~,~ n~]ker stopped by a restaurant and publicly proclaiminghischoices, I, " ' h oul"become" iland went to Marmion MilitarY[his $81 vacation mone- He had/ rdered sandwiches and a bey- none oz z em w o ~ ~Aa~ -- lnUt~l~.~ -- ~ruttI~ LAaD [I " "~" membe s ][ Academy before completing pre-[no funds whatever for food or[erage for the man to eat and r of the Sacred Conege AURORA JANITOR SUPPLY CO. NEW AND USED CARS " " "n " LARK STUDEBAKER II "-]a return ticket to Chica~go. His/ . May Reveal Names ][ CATERING TO THE INST TUT O 'AL T ADE paratory studies for the prm~t dn k on the bus We had ten I I N R hood at St John Vianney semin minu~es raft to get to me vus ~ . . T~-~vro ~,r~r~,-~n O.T r~O I[ "[body trembled and his vo,cel . If the Pope does revealShell Complete ]amtor. Bar.Rest,urant Supphes I-'ULU~ I 1UIqAI~ ~AIL, I~ Ilary, ~mnorn r~eo I i-~,~-~ ;.~ ~ ~/s~auon, ouy ms ticker, check II ' I -=~ w ~.o ,~ "'~/~;~ ~. ~ ~ ~; ~;~ mree names, mey wm ~aKell 723 No Highland PAUL P. POCUS, Owner l[ YYater Kenneth, the son ofltold his story [ s ? ~ ~y -*~- v, ,~ their seniority in the College ofll nnn ~f~lT,l%Ilr~ IDI~.~ qPXTI ~N01i 1~|rT I~I~AlbTITII~ Mr and Mrs Harr Theisen way. ~ot mrgetung ne woum . v ~ ~-- ~- - ~, 100 & 148 $o. Rzver St. Phone TW 24376 Aurora |l Y ,] Our receptionist could s e e/ e" -dFi . f . . . Cardinals as of the March, 1960 I I . 'lSugar Grove, attended.St. Ther-[immediately he was not thel~ah:2^ z~na~ unasfo reac~l date and will have precedencel~ ~ iI ese san``i, e.urora. After hiS[usual type of transient t h a tland cig~rett'e~s tL'*iel~;~ak~e h'is :over cardinals created after that ]| l]| [ i []graouation from Marmion Mili-lcame in to ask for food andl~ourne, com.~lete date. [[ AAIVI: I!l -- ol J I Z]kUI'OI'U[ I' IOl' ll OllO[3} Iltary Academy, he attend St. Jlodging It was apparent he had/~ ( v ] The delay of more than a year il,illkl. ,J. |II ~}lllgl UU]}UgiU I JL John Vianney seminar Elk .' . As though in a daze our lit- } ' 1 Y, education and refinement and t MIKE AND ALICE PLUM,[[horn, Neb Ithat his st.r--was truthful ]tle7Oyear ldmansh khands]m publicly proclaiming ,th e![ ~Ar, VI-D~, [] t"/~:-'i~ -~L ] " Y,name o~ caroinais 'in peuo' is'. ; Lovely Flowers For All Occasions l[ FraSer Donald the son of Mr ] ]w~th the workers and stud I[ ' II IV|i-/Irl~.) LI ~.rnptetg ~lt~ I . ~. m,"1 ~ne nea~ o~ me aay ulun Hdi ,n. kn ~ ~ Inot unusual, for instance rope ~l Iii19~.if-~ L I ~ Aurora 2tve at l~orest Aurora and Mrs Jose h Wzrth Chlca o bad heart o ~ ow SUCh ~aougnrmmess |l P "," g ,[help; he man had a " ] xi ted" I" " i [Plus XI chose Federico Cardi-l[ ~- lil :':" " I xw o ~vu attended uz le seminar Chz e s ~ zs w m unaerstana,I"l-UIVlD|l'~k.~ t II Q "g y " y, "-]condition and gasped for breath/. " - "lnal Tedeschini as a cardinal inll [| mcmaes uessert ~- ueverege | mg and warm hearts that we [cago, and St. Meinrad seminary, [ as he went on with his story.] ]~[I And II noliquor just Iinelood I enaeavor to help in pre I ile~ MMeirnradnI~b,beUytillhst entemr-lWe are sure that the quick/dicaments such as these, tlee, and by one of her silver an-I HEATING lil IR~I UITrUCI I T T a n nnnu [liner. He ~s the nephew of the Rtlr bin "hi a-o" Michael G I What a bright, happy daylniversary ,I lil "' """*"J I O t. C g hl rn Szster Mary Bman daughter 278 BEACH STREET IVlIILIILLL 31 Jar fiUUlVl IIRev. Msgr. Herman A. Meilin-I~ ' - ' ':It's tu ed out to be for a lon-[ " ',II Ill Bu,~ ~ou,e30 I fleer rect,~r of ~ T~oo ~ I~mcKer, vansvme, ina anolelv frightened 70 ear old man lof Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCor-ll AURORA Ill e t;a t ~,-- m; ;, l James E Eder, Wauwatosa " ~" ~ mlck, St Flannen parzsh, Har PHONE TW 2 3944 NOON LUNCHEONS AND DINNER DALLY I[ Cathedral, Rockford~. [Wis ' 'l " '[ " . ' -[[ - []]~ . . mon is among t he class of* F"^M ""R "W "lTrUE" II Seven area youths received thel I n . 1, I .v . -. . ett to $ novmes mamng temporary pro you are a stranger here, IJ 72c e ::: o V Lan lofficers Installedl g ~f re:agr~OU:hV eOlWSllinn] Phone TW 7-,4,- TW 7-.404 but nce novitiate. They are: Vincent W. . P"O~$ ~atur~a t t. c pc, u" - o [[Tornabene Aurora-William C [ OREGON~-Kmgh~^of Colum-[ Y ]ton, Ia Saturday morning, Ralph E. Dunley Insurance Agency OUS uouncll 1~0 J.U~Z recenuy Chnton Ia eremonl " mDam Fox'Lake Frank L Mil'1 I ",-- C "es at/Aug. 12. Members of the profes- A I A. I 1250 SO. BROADWAY I,I filer, Greenview;'James J: KuJmstallednew officers. The cer -[Mt: st. flare motherhouse Sat-/sion class will spend next week (,=j~ Complete INSURANCE Service OF FREE momes were conaucma oy smm urea A ' ' ' o Richard y, ug 12 patronal feast visiting in t h e i r respective OHDITIONED czenskLChmag J PARKINe 43 Galena BIvd Aurore, |11 I I AURORA I I I/ciensl~u ~nicago;Hichard J.Idistrict deputy, Edward Conroy,[of St. Clare of' Assisi, will in-ihomes. ' 9 ! Dzxon Council No 690 lu akin r 1 .us Bz I/ I ' ' Ic de the t "g of eigi / "sh0pRalphL. Hayes S.T.D. -- ~/| "~!~[~.~ If The new officers are:. chap-|vows by 31 young women of[bishop of Davenport, will offi- . 1am the Rev Norbert Rmhter Johns Manwlle Products |]| "' ;]the Clinton Franciscan sister-[ciate in the sanctuary for the" " " =/ grand knight Richard Brown; ) l~.r . . . ([I ~ =-Jj [[, . " |hood; the marklngbytwoFran-[ceremonles and the solemn k A A ~,~,1~ aeputy grana Knlgnt, Leo IVlC [ I|1 7tl:l l^i,I| -/ciscans of their 60th anniver-|High Mass in the Mount St. Roofing MAL qJI(, Company Glnnls, chancellor, ~ o O e r ~,-,- ~ A Complete Line ol Pr~yer Book, (/I : ettr IUl:::lL I/ ' ' " /sary, by 12 of their golden jubi-IClare chapel at 10 o clock Brune recorder, Tom Hanson, " t t [ Sunday & Daily Missals }]| . I/ ;,"/~ -- " Rool'ng, S'ding, Insulation and Water Proofing " ]) Assorted Colored Ro,aries for Children(|l J 1 ll tt ll*i I/fmancml secretary, Orval Sea-|~I |[~I~[~ 219 Woodlawn Ave Aurora Phone ~ 6-6479 ~PtU~" L t, tL~EL~ worth', t r e a s u r e r, Roman ~qmmJR~J~V~ $~:: Catholic Books i1[ ~TtW~CO~H~VE~H~T~ [[Poremski; lecturer, John Sloth-[ ~ [ ~[| LOCATIONS IN AURORA I]ower; advocate, Tom Seaworth;l~~ N I warden Henry Luezinger; in- !~ awsv High ana Liberty Streeff- . ' . . ! VISIT THE ~Y~aerekteStreet [Is,de guard, DomlnlC Padula;/ I ) R k (11 ,LL PHONES TW,-7,3, I/ utside guard Mike Broderick;/~~"'30 P M. I MB and trustees Leo Savage, Don- A ULAN |SERVICE ' ) ~" P~2"~ ,~s, ~Jl *""~' "~"' IJald Cline and John Slothower./~ w,Ex v I I I lgl~~ cb I RALPH M. 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