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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1961 [ ' t : IArchbishoD } " ' ]Expresses Sorrow ,-" ' 'M ROCKFORD--Tuesday,ll .~ Aug. the School t " IMTyrN:: p[rUrniSi~t AcC:bhSh~- ---- " N [ 0ma el " " i ~ " whose See includes the whole of 29, Sisters of St. Francisrow oveTUnzsla'I h~sn~mm ma~ oroKe e.xpressed ~zs sor- ~. |,us w aws v will hold the first educational institute of their newly established] . .', ---g g~ - - ' rov'n . . ~ out in o, uiy between trench ana I ALGONQUIN Pb r 1 ce at Boylan Central. Cathohc high school. Faculty mem-[T,nis;a, tr^ ~sv ~* +h~ ~' "* . ' . . [,n o ~ ~ ~ e s from the schools In the seven d[oceses served by this cam-|naval base Remamm Nuns Arrive m U. S. I A. st y7-- Annu sum- ih ~ W~ munity of Sisters will have an opportunityto share and coordinate~ He assured ever-one who suf c~ imer iesnvai at St. Margaret, U ~ It mm Hi U their thinking and ideas preparatory to the oneninu of school / J " NEW ORLEANS -- The last One of them, Mother Domini-|Mary parish,on the parish Previous to this year sectional meeqn~s of tt~is ~*- ~ :[mrea m me ngnung, Dam ~nns- iii r i ' mu iiii :iii i: ::i:il t of the 28 Ursuline nuns then re- since The other Sister St Luis / ~' / 1 s'r ' -I I . ' .~ ~ ' " '/socmty o[ no]y .%nge,s cnurcn. I 1 1 t uctors ~rom a~verno cortege [,~== rftalnlng In k.UOa leD: me lSlflnc1 l~ lS a uuvan / ] ] Milwauke "" " " - = "=n n , ca~23 /r~ n T: awt:U oZ r I Hci t x ! 1 1 grou~s inethWr~San~l~i:e:~d tn:lA U ~UKA . O . P i /Inn S'~nsored b" the cam t -- ~,~ terpretation of the School Music] n, >~ I a sister of one of the Cuban Ur- now being used as prisons by their. :- .~(. . - / ~|l Guide that is beth- us.-A i- ,~ /mm ~ mAA&I I I slimes until they c?ld leave' I c mmumsts'[ [/~%e%t?uj~lsea;heh:rIcY th ~;a(:~s~' v ,~ ~[ laurence pam~n worn,lml~ lm==lil I theSCh lS'musicTheprogramS ng'Sthe=I~ea'rt"~l l~will bedis-| g mu 0,II Tf l I a^ T~]! ,~ .] : iatSept~ lp!ZaAdn;apldardt~i~atY[ ill ~J cussed by Sister M. Angelia and|lE~l : '" 11 u v'-?~?.i|~A~ln~ia [ a Basic In redlent of WREX-TV BOSTON--A totalof 276 alum-lgious orders. I l; it:TcL ;tm ' dut i M~:ic Experiences ~ill be pre-li~ II ~:"~:07 I ' gentle ~)y ~is~er M Michaela, Channel ni of the School of St Phllipl A total of 389 of the school S|sored by the Altar and Rosar,I 1 - " II North Aurora I Neri for delayed vocations have alumni are continuing their]sodality of Annunciation oarishJ[ ~ i O.S F. Children h'om Our LadYni i I ,~ [| [ ' ~ I i of Good Counsel school and St ~ I~ been ordained to the priesthood,studies for the priesthood: 223 ofl BA A "t . II ~ I T VIA Theresa school Aurora, wfli ~!~ in the past 10 years. ]these for the diocesan priest-[ I '. ]s~ n[ J ~tugust zo 14ti~ annum ~ oz oemonstrate act~wtms m choral ~"~ -=~:~ Statistics released by the:hood, and 166 for ordination in[ -- - [ m~llill I s==== . |l 'maml~l~itllqtmli~l~A ]| WEDL)INb PARIY.~ [ corned beef and cabbage work, chordmg exermses, use of school, which is beginning its religious orders. Certificates for/." } omen [ m nit . Ill nmmum, Na,eu,~ [] [ zesuval at Columbmn par ~ melody bells, ere n~mm-lalV Itm-V 16th year, show that 183 of its,satisfactory completion of the| '.--1 nHnlr Dirt ~n~ N II -~ erivate 19ining Rooms I Sponsored by the Columbian I fin [nNmmli UIIU HI S graduates have been ordained school's course have been| . ],econdary teachers w!ll be led ~l |ltm I~l~ll%|d[~r [] Available i for 70 dioceses, and 93 for reli-lawarded to 1,252 students, lcouncfl No. 2191. i TL . k.l P .I J k] - [in their discussion of 'Sharingii ][~ ra.auna [] ' DIXON 1~*" 0'~I"" '" '='~II "OU dHn ~dfl Home-Room Techniques" by,:, . TY 1 . 111 ~r "m-~*,l,[ August 20 -- Ice cream social'] /|IV Miu .~U~ ~lTI~ %,/ ~ [Sister M. Cyriaka of MadonnalJ " H n hlgh school Aurora They will NORTH AURORA r~uucamr naps Moon Ululers nfrom 5 to 8 p.m. at St. Anne[ i "," IJ Ill A. I NOTRE DAME 'NC~ Dr we think that land|n- on the]parish' on the parish grounds.[ mmaAnmA~ Aa AI tulsa be directed in special fac-{l ELEVATOR CO. H I -- ~" ) -- " [ tars of "Guiding the Adolescent" * * George N. Schuster. former pre-lmoon would be propagan-/ ZAST DUBUQUE I AUUU I Zl tho I I/I Red,-M,x I sident of Hunter college, Newlda." ] August S7 -- Parish festival/ IsuDerintendent -f ~ ' i ~no-ru ~,e,~e, Ill I Vork, was critical here of Amer- ] Meanwhile, he said, the So-land chicken dinner at St. Mary[ [tra'-i Cath,qi,~ h,~'~" ~,- ~,',~,~" '~::'*| "'~l'lL'~g~~ |[| g~ ,~ { !! ] ira's "fearful dither" about get-]viet Union has several thousand]parish. Serving from noon till] ~.~' LLrr~ A~u.w~rnr--?zne om~al poster mr me ~vbt Jlin- v ~ [| ,v. ill [ ~ +~, I a ^ ~. /a -- /~imrgicm week ~o ne nero in umanoma uizy s auuimrium Aug J s Dial Aurora TW 7-4091 ~r oses :. n - ~ - --: ---,-. : -~ *--~ / ~ m z~ ~eamres a ~esign sym~efizing me re,adonsnip ~etween Parent-Teacher Conferences i ~ow a ~,o~re uame umversz[y/roneu as unlvev~ty :SLtlUenl,~ ~.Ul-/ ELGIN ' ---: [ '| I[i -- J me ~ime ann uatnmie worship The symbol inspired by the A ' ' " staff member, Dr. Hunter, made three years. . ll teachers will benefit from: August 27 -- Summer round SUGAR ~"OV~ ~,~, ;oncre/e ,o .bout otr . : ,homo, Wo.h roce uro eva ua.n --o I!1 work of Brother Plaexs O S B of St John Abbey, Collegewlle, ar n Dame summer graduates. |said will return to their home-|3 ~ 10" " . . [ "' " [P e t-teacher conferences thatI ":':'ZL ~.7: I~1 ~n I ,m p m aponsoreo oy Mlnn ur I auxin ~nuv~ u~L ~ve More than 3,000 persons are expected to attend the fo will b 1 We have gotten into a fear-lland "with Communism on tbeirlthe "arish'" -- ] . " " I " e e aborated upon and era-,I . .' " III I r,v any meeting held unoer the patronage of Dlsbop victor J has~zed b S ~uger ~rove o o~,u ful dithe about getting to thellips," adding that 'while we arel " [ Reed t " " " " [P ' y ister M. Celestine 11 " Ill DIAL TW 6-9714 I moon before anyone else does,"istill half way to the moon, there i HARVARD . I of Oklahoma Ci y-Tulsa. .p[ rincipal of Holy Ghost school,' J Ill I he said. "This is not because it Jmay be a lot of the wrong kind] August 24-27 -- K. of C car-] .~ r ~ 1, 1, ~ . .~ ]Wood Dale. Current trends inIm. mm ~ mffi = = ~ =,~. would be amusing or even in-]of people, from our point of|nival at Central school grounds[ /~"t-z~ ~ ',~'~-~'m~'-~-~r~ ~-wt,~,-~@t~ [this essential technique of[.~~~J~r~ structive to be there but because]view, in Ghana." [-- Sponsored by the Harvard~ / ~ ~[.~| ~{ ~t4b[~[~[.~t~ ~[ [~~L][~t~t~ [strengthening home and schooll~m~s~m~ ~ ~m~ a IKnights of Columbus |relationships call for a continu-1 ~ll~ I MeHENRY -- --- ------ ILl growth and understanding of~l " ill I Bishops Inv,ted to Conference J Au"ust 23 Luncheon andI l, t, l /]l//,At. /the best possible ways and lIll nencel" S I ~-,~ |style* show aT 12 30 ,~ m in] it" (P ~[MIb~l[~/~lbt,~LIb~/Vl t~t:;/vlbllb~ [means of conducting them i] |[, - l l m~.Aitu ~x--Arcnvisnop tight of me spiritual mothernooa~ : v. I Q ) ~7 i m ~,-.~,~a ,~, ~, ~, ^ - , i^, ~. iVFW club house -- Sponsored l v i At mis lime, too, the Handbook,~ [[ ~,~ ~.~.u~ ~. | lvllguel L~arlo mlranaa or lvlexlco[ v, ~'~ '~ [ OKLA OMA H~s' Hohness'" Pope John XXIII by St. Mary Home and School . H CITY--(NC)--Clergymen and lay people of all]for Teachers, recently compiled.| '~ ][~ $ThRLING. 'ILL. C,ty has mvtted all b~shops of~ ~association St~,les b- Be+~,rehgmus denominations are being invited as spemal guests to the]by the School S~sters of St Fran-I| s,m ~ ojecto, ~.p, seco,a ~ |[| | IS scneclulect tO aoaress a rues- ~ ~ ~a Sales- Service- aentels the Western Hemisphere to the JNielsen [1961 North Amerman L~turgmal Week. |ms will be distributed This ] Ill Cards I second Inter American Marianjsage~t 'the'cam llcs o~ ~orth[ " . . I Officials of the Liturgical Week which will begin four-day[manual is to serve as a means]] "~;~"-~[~'gc'~;d~" Ill,---: I " lana ~oum America on ucmoeri MAYTOWN " ]session i ' ' |" -"-- Camern'-' u.ugge|eu.ugge~e " s n Oklahoma C~ty mumc~pal aud]tormm Aug. 21, said of helping the S~sters and lay " inc. Congress to be held here from]12, last day of the congress. / Sept. 4 -- 50th annual chicken[s ~cial em,~hasi io bein~ -1 A +~ *^ | 1. .~-~. I alen~ %e er, Itl Handbags I I October 8 to October 12 i Official languages of, the con-|dinner, Labor Day at St Pat-to,server who /1" n " R~ v =~. ~.~. o ;~. ~,~ ~- | [J 324 lst-Avo. MA s-;~$ I}1 .i I ~ ' i s a e o[ oman t~a[ oncs oecause or me weez s~~~n o.~ ~;i Unusual Gifts J xne mvka~ions also aspect me]grass wm ve ~pamsn, ~ngl~sn,|ric~ nmz. ~erving Irom 11 a.m.[theme which is "Bible Life and Worship " |l " '" ""-- "" Ill Decorative Item~ n bishops to invite their clergYIFrench and Portuguese. [Ham and turkey buffet supper[ ' '," A [I K0CK I'all$ tnmern tamer III ,=~o I and faithful to the congressI Last year's congress the first,]beginning at 5"30 p m ---Spon-[ First Time in SouthwestI~[ llLUPUll~i'UIJ /l:~t J ~o7 ~,t ~e.- - no,k ~o, I J Personal L ~th~r GOODS | ' . " " - . 'dominantl Protestant in faith l- " M'&m S-lS4b Toplc of the congress wffi be|was held In November m Bue-|sored by St. Patrick Altar and[ The Llturglcal week Is belngl Y '[,- ~,- ]l M'&m S'IS46 III I "Our brotherly duties in thelnos Aires 1w,~,~, ,n,~,~,]h,~IH ;r~ ~ ~,~h ~,~r- c~,~ f,~r'and because the Bible is the/~. 1 I~ " " / Ithe first time in its 22 year his- dat on for the faith of mostlk.)~ 1.N~U.l~:]ll%>~ I~ . I ROCKFORD [tory, said the Rev Charles M than-Catholic religions," he said,[ /I Lundstrom Greenhouses J Augli|t ~0 Ice cream social we beh r ~L~II~ --~ t'ar~smoners a~ ~ Al ermn Prelate Asks Pravers I - ]Statham an Oklahoma priest in|" 'eve the e will be great[. ' "ll I #' /at St. Bernadette parish, onl . ' iinterest in our progra,~ " /baurence are ousy; wire ptans I ~n~v,r s ~T~n ,r~n~ p~np I charge o~ wemommg me non .~ u ALGIERS, Algeria -- Arch-lfor Algeria (July 6) the day af-[the parish grounds from 5 till]Catholic uests -J ~ [for a Summer Round-Up Sun-It ~~'*' ~*~:, . I g . over 7U ~peclall$~$ bishop Leon-Etienne Duval of A1- tar an estimated 80 Moslems|8 p.m. I ^.' . ] ' ]day, Aug 27 from 3 to 10 p m. I| --o~~ ou~, r~oro, ~eea~ ; . | g.iers has called on the. Catho-lwere killed and close to TAMP|CO l -t~ecause umanoma Is pre.[, More than 70 speclalists.on[In conjunction with the annual ll m,^~. I tics of mis s~rim-mrn tuna to t ~cnpmres, worsmp, nturgmal ice cream social the festival is ]wounded during nationalist dem-| SaP" S -- Bake sale at st.JWflfH%~Tflfl/ J art and music Christian l'f" [ "' ' v : - ~,~=. I /Mary ~arish Sr~-,~red hvl 1 V~iV~i I . . ' . " "'/ ~ .~ v-v ~= o .u** ~,=.-i~ "The tragic events which are arts,talons ann a general s,rike.[,~. :,o~,:~, Z"~:.= ': .'~||an other areas wih appear on]noon and evening of activities to n n -* v=,- .~ =. =,u ~ ,u- theLitur ical weekr " constantly taking their toll of The Algermns were str,king/~i il i g P ogram.|please young and old ahke. [I ~ ESl. 1932 | blood and tears," he said, against France's reported threatl"~" II IJ--ll g I~.I. .L l]Twelve major addresses and 131 The W A Sommers andEd II ~ T~n T T~r ~ ~,~ ~ o I should be an incentive toward]to partition this country if talks[ VIRGIL ]l llUli ~ ~[I i[study sessions will make up the[~,~ ~. "~ll. ]. "",d;7 i more fervent prayer as urged|with nationalist leaders do not/ Sept 17 -- Ham dinner at ss/I ~-~ irprogram /^";:C- 7" --'-"-"~ --~/" ~"~:,~ll / I " --- " "" m - 1 ml " iu~ Lne ICe cream panor, ano reel by His Holiness Pope John]solve the problems of Algeria's|rater and Paul school hall.t|, I II Father Statham said part of,Arthur Mitchells and Edward,[ ~ . ' " ?.C *F I XXIII. independence and future~ rela.|serving from noon till 5 p.m.]l I I I]his job will be to operate a re-[Phelans are in charge of the[I ~ Z~q~ I~ast llurel bt. Ierlmg, lie. | Pope John asked for prayersltions with France. /PauSlP~::;edanb%?arPyetse i:~d[[IBUI~DrNG[ Iicepttion center for non-Catholic]chuck wagon where meals will] / Y'[I I'''"'""I |t s o S ~n the municipal audl-[beserved. A trading post will be]~,~m~~u~mm--ummm~ A ] -- n ~ .t. ",/ -- /I 1 I I, torium, ~pecial exhibits and oth-/stocked with jams jellies and|l ili I ~menomentWASHINGTON The [Osenatorlandt~ar t.overnmentmade more tyrannical/~kldby]] ~~:~~.~ :flit ] SUPPLI[$] Ill]tr actt~ietistS,c~:rP~;imaell: do;S~;dr/home| canned fruit's and vega-Ill ~ Ill McHEIL ELECTRIC [ : '"' --~------- ",tables along with miscellaneous Say %'OU S w |' i" F|dsml |0158 I, faiths are planned he said litems Mrs Carl Wisdom and[ ,~u~e NuesLS are alSO welcome " ' I the mzsses Marlon Rob~son and thatwould bar govern, ment aidlsingits peop!e, .'. J THI! o.uv. IIw ao ~ ,nn lira attend regularsessionson the/ ose and Clara Grolle on /I I/I / ~o ~ommunls~-comroueo coun-I ~en. uocm's amenamem [o ~ne/:~~~ll ~ l~gg~lg~l~/ Ilia Itnro~ram he said,/ |1 " I/I /~ ~. ~. I tries said here that U S aid Senate foreign aid bill (S 1983)1 ~~|1 ii~" ,~ -,/neaa tins commmee. /I . I I fJ-~~ % I t Y " ", ~ne ~,imrgicm week is span- ~ o ugoslavia and Poland has would bar use of U S funds to| - r [ Games, pony rides and a1[ III k ~ I ,' " " ~m lisa ea oy me ~auonai ulturgmat/a w *~-- -~ I "bterlmg's beadm$ lil ~-~---~- been 'a gigantic failure." [aid Albania, Bulgaria, commu-/I I"% 1 NKN~'T 1 1 n~c f -- -- m,l ~ I Sen Thomas J Dodd of Con-lnist China Cuba Czechoslova-]| ['~ll~th Wgtnfllufl~d I[ .~ ww~,~a~ua, .~.~:'[tractions Mr. and Mrs Arthur II Fashion Center & Iii I " uv~.~ ~.~t~t~ vv L~xu an assocmuon oz clergy ann lal- " " ",MA 5 2424 nectmut said in remarks sup-]kin, East Germany Hungary,ll II |Stahr are general chmrmen and][ Department Jtl MA 5-2424 I ' ~y Inmres[ea in encouraglng ' r - pOrting his amendment: "After]North Korea, North Vietnam.[I T: #'tnrt ~ AT 117~ |[ r--r [ass~stmg them are the LeRoyl[ --'~t, [[I . I ~pending billions to prop up the Outer Mongolia, Poland, Ru-|| lisp i p mrms oz ~ amonc wor-iRogmans and Donald Matisons. II 14 E. THIRD STREET Ill I Tito and Gomulka regimes, the mania and the Union of Soviet|| |l / 11 o'JTL- E:;--- ill STERLING, ILLINOIS I net gain to the free world has]Socialist Repub]ics~ or any na-|l Wl~ere you can save up to ~500 on II Non.Catholics Invited |St-*h ,; -. ~. I I] " I = ew or Used Car been zero. Yugoslavm remains tmn controlled by any of these/I,i[, A number of non-Catholic protestant and Orthodox clergy t a Red dictatorship, strengthened]countries. || ~here .Cars are Sold at a Savings,~ lit]clergYmen have already indiI-linen at~enaed me sessions, some'F ' |l anet ~ervtce~l tO batts]actton. I[ cated interest in attending, Fath.lcoming from as far away as bsceni"- P--':-- "'- v . UJ FORD FORD TRUCKS FALCON 'J]er Statham said. He said Epis-]Cleveland and New York. L JLILUJt.III LU J~U J-~lJl.~13~lt~U [| TWTTNr~RRTRI~ " |jcopal Bishop Chilton Powell ofl ~ ~~ area nas encouraged his ~ ~ o ~.~ ANNAPOLIS, Md--Attorneys|five of the magazines involved[l 237 Throop St: FE 8.2440 Jl l.~::'~','~a~.~ ~:~:~:~:~ / ," mergy aria lay people tO attencl ~ ~OO~ for six Baltimore newsstand op- in the case were obscene with.][ Woodstock, Ill. ]]and plans to'attend himself J m, ~~ A ~OO~ I craters convicted of selling ob- i~ the meaning of the statute |[, I ,~ "1. ' . I rmronlze ------ ----- - scene l'terature said th I / - ,~ -~ = I ~ne recepnon program Iorl ~~ ~p~rm A,~ / z ey aen- ~ rmea mat anomer magazine non-Catholics is not new to the/ ~ =m --. ~ ~ / n,t~y~ will take the case to the]and photographs did not violate Liturgical week. It was first as-[ ~ ~ve~|~e[~ ~ ~~ u. ~. ~upreme ~our~. me law. tablished during last year'~ tar the convictions of the sixled. He said the majority had II [! meeung In rl~sDurgn: ~atnerl i i " ~ T~L~ ~k~ ~k~l newsstand operators were up-]made the mistake of equating IV I' Pl ~r~Ml~l~ ~-.~.----'~7~ /MI~ II1~ IIIIU~I,* * held here (Aug. 9) by the statel"sex--and vulgarity, crudeness ~:,~l]~q~ * ~ ~t// Court of Appeals. land cheap, poor taste--with oh- ~==,===~ ~.M~----~ k~/67--.L~l ~ . q=/ I~ = ~ I The court held, 4 to 1, that'scenity.",~eT Ine ~eST ueal / , ,~ ~.~ ~ 100,000 Cuban Refugees in Mlam, KLI N E S a, ,"" YO O~R FAMILY DEPARTM|NT STORE n~ MOBILE, Ala.-- Miami !s a begging, said ~e Dominican city of starving refugees,' a nun. "They are looking for theilll rJl . nun. said in relating the plight opportunity to work, and their HEADQUARTERS FOR GRADUATIOH of Cuban refugees to a Catholic appreciation and gratitude iS CLOTHES--SPRING & $""'" ="" I-i. 1,4-~.n It~l^~ ~e~ women's leadership institute at extraordinary. Many who havt UFIFII;K W[BIK 1 m~ I~| m l~Jl 1 |Vl~l~ava Iv(= Spring Hill College here. received jobs come back to " 10 Se nd Ave Sterhn MAre 5 2290 Sister Miriam, superior of the make their own contribution to STERLING & DIXON 3 co .-- " 9-- " - : Catholic Spanish Center in Mi- help others.' , am|, told the institute, sponsor- Sister Miriam stated that since Pontiac (GOOD WILL USED CARS) Tempest ed by the National Council of February of this year 300 per- SAVE TIME . . . SAVE STEPS SAVE MONEY Catholic Women, that there are sons per day have come to the and BUILDING I I I i " ITI I I 100,000 Cuban refugees in Mi- Spanish center for aid, and the am| and 90 per cent of them are center has provided food, cloth- destitute, ing ~nd medicine at the expense "The Cuban people are not of the Miami diocese. Archbmhop to Open Seminary WASHINGTON--The Washing- ton archdiocese will open a pre- paratory seminary called the Cathedral Latin School in Sep- tember, 196~, Archbishop Patrick! tars of St. Ann's Infant Home which is moving to a new budd- ing in January, 1962. Student ca- pacity will be 250. Msgr. D. Joseph Corhett was named by the Archbishop as rector. He has been 'secretary to the Archbishop since 1957 and is also director of the Confrater- nity of Christian Doctrine and the Family Life Movement. A. O'Boyle announced The seminary, which will of- far four years of high school level courses, will be a day ~chool. It will be located in quar- Irish Ambassador New Dean VATICAN CITY--Irish Ambas- sador to the Holy See Leo T. McCauley is the new dean of the corps of diplomats accredit- ed to the Vatican. The former dean, Uruguayan Ambassador Alfredo Carbonell- Debali, has been recalled to Ambassador Joseph K~pp ~tir- ed. Ambassador MaCaulay and Ms U. S.-bozn wife--the former Georgia O'Gorman of New Jer- sey-have been here since Octo. bar, 1956. Prior to that he had served as Irish Ambassador to Canada and consul general in New York, All Makes- All Models We Deliver Anywhere Kolvinotor General Electric Westinghouse Frigidaire I 124 Benton St. Woodsteek, III. America's Finest.Made Cars Plymouth - Valiant) for i t aoo Your 4uthorlz,d Plymouth.Valiant Deal,r Uruguay. He became dean e~lie~ this year when Austrima Coats Suits Dresses Sportswear Millinery Accessories Gift Items y-Away or Convenient Charge Accounts 401 Loeust St. Sterling, Ill. I] II