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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 I ]dlyG i USI wo, $1 ' A :G enu Line ur La~~t,Ii ~:rYaP:t~l~t~ aSn~ ~S:s:rdv, o KALS Mrs Reba NogentGr ve],6 sb y'lst[ ~ ~~ [1 ~ ~ o ~.~o, +h . wn~lithel 'added" pttrpogea ~" ' //emphasigewasners JuryerIC air. r in I BERKELEY Calif.- (NC)--[munity -- is one of the great ~i::~ The hallmarks of a genuine lay tragedies of today " Sherry went J ~ilii ~~ " ~ t I . . ~ ~.-'~ii~-'! i:i ;~i~i:~:: apostolate -- spwltual forma- on. Equally tra~,lc ]s the fact [ ~,i~ ~~ | tion and tilial obedience to corn- that many of the clergy accept[ AURORA [ ~i:~:i::i::iii~iii~::::~ ~~ By Tnomas w. ~.lssung that ne proposea a clay oe set tionat mgm nouaay umil r'resl- i ,~,~f~,~ ~.~1,~o~;~1 ~,~h,;~, "I~h;o ,~ ~; ,~ ,'--~ 3 Annual K of C chick i::ii~:.!~G~~ ~iii: :i~i:~!~ii '.~ (N C W C News Servie"~ aside annually to honor the dent Cleveland signed an Act I Catholic editor told delegates to rightly be the task of the laity. Soup will be served at noon,[~ ~~ Masses offered ~n the Umted rag^September 5, 1882, some On September 3, 1956, . e S; I ,~. ^ ~ ,t ~,~ [^ ~, r ~ ~: 1 I,~;,~k~,n a* 5 ~" m /~21:::~ ~w'~i~ States on ~aoor Day beptem- ~u uu0 men carrying posters gust uuce oepartment lssuea I ~i"onal"Ne~wma"n~lu~' fed~e"rati'on on a't~oo'~ind'"ivi"d~ual~;iety~ o;~al""Sept. ,3~--An~'nual card party iii::ii:i:?::i::~ ~~ ber 4, indicate that the national and tools and proudly wearing a commemorative Labor Day I here. careless passivity. This, in turn ]at 1:30 p.m. and8 p.m. at Mar-/ ~i hohday ~n honO~n O/e:shien ~orke- ~ ~::k apro~sllParaddebd m po~te~g; s~am~icGuire died in ] ':~:::: :: '~:: :::::::::::::::*:::::::: mgman has an c g y - e y y Gerard E. Sherry, managmg lessens the v~tahty of a parish[talon Mlhtary Academy s But-[ ~ii::!: ~~ . . ' .~ . :L | editor of the Central California and leads to a general paralysis./terfield road campus -- Spun-/ ~:ii ~~ fig ious note grand p~mc,m a grove ~.amoen: ~. o in~.~: at me ] :Re~ister news'-a'-er of the Dio I i -1 '--- "- ^" -~ Rosar"i ~:~::: ~~ i lnis is especiauy so since in .t~a me conventions o~ age Ol ~6. ne is oumeo m .~r- I ,~ ~ " ~plrmla/ eormauon soreo oy the zxttar anu " : build a ha Jl ,~~ lllI4~llt~ll'lL. cese of Monterey-Fresno said "Catholic organizations willIsociety of Anunciation parieh [ FIRST SINCE REFORMATION--The first priest to he ordain- 1953 when Pope Plus XlI es- t h e American Federation of lington Cemetery, Pennssau- | the main reason is that Catholic have to reorientate their pro [ Sept 21 Fall card part~, "at ed in Finland since the Reformation and only the third Finnish tablished the Mass of the Feast Labor, in which "P.J." played ken, N. J, w~ere an heroic I groups have adopted "too many grams so that spiritual forma'[St Micha~Fs parlors, N 'Lin-[ native to become a priest in modern times has been ordained of St. Joseph the Worker, The a founder's part, and t h e stone statue and colonade were I Madison Avenue techniques," lion becomes the prime objec'/coln and Pierce Sts ai 7-30/ in Helsinki. He is Father Matti Voutilainen. O.P. (right) shown Mass was originally appointed Knights of Labor endorsed the erected to his memory by Car- I even for purely spiritual affairs, iive A laity whose whole concen:]p m Bake sale S~'nsored "by] here with a fellow seminarian at the Dominican seminary in to be said on May 1 -- labor's first Monday of September for penters Union in 1952, 100 years I He said: tration is on the things of this[Si 'Mary s Soda'lity of St Mi ~ France A convert to Catholicism in 1953 while attending the holiday in most other coun- the annual observance of Labor after his birth. A multi-million I ,Secular Symbols world will find it very difficultlch'ael parish" "[ university in Helsinki, the 35-year-old priest expects to work tries. But the Holy See in 1956, Day. And this it has been ever dollar headquarters building of I 'The evil symbols of our secu- to achieve the peace and per J -- [ in Helsinki following three years of additional study, at the request of the American since, the United Brotherhood of Car- I ;,~ ~ ,~ ~ ,+~.[ "[ l~Lt~li~ [ ~~ ~ [bishops, granted an indult per-I In 1887, Oregon became the penters and J o i n e r s, being I ~:; ao ~ a~u ~y .~:,=lzecuon o~ the world oz me nere-i Sept 22--15th annual ~atl fash-[ Imitting the Mass to be cele-Jfirst state to enact Labor Day erected in Washington, is a fit- I :[g:nlZ:etle~nrsmhane ~n~eattn~lafter," he said. Jion revue at St. Edward high[FAMlL~ CLINIC Jbrated in the United States onhegislation and bv 1923 all tang monument to his pioneer I " r ro,~; ~;~ Ischool auditorium at 8 p.m. --I m [Labor Day, the first Monday in[states did likewise. However, it efforts in behalf of the Amer- I t:uch~it~l"th;"sirn';~ic~t;~of~the H;~|Irl~IP~I,T N~n~'l[ ISp ns redbySt" J seph Jtmi r/~[~)/~l~,~f~l,~ ~[-~l~f~'~z'~ ]~f~/~l~lSeptember. Among those ac-[was not established as a ha-lean labor movement. I catechism and have adopted so- mJ ~.~u,J. ] ~ a. x~, I HospitalLeague. Benefit f Ma-[~. t~[~l[~ ~L~[~ .ILll~:~l[~:~l[ ~ /Vl t.~l'~::: It!re in promoting the religious[~~ | called modern methods for nrob- I111- ~ Iternity uepartment and ~.nil-| ~j onservance of me day nas aeenIzl ~r ~-~ n I lems which can be solvedonly 1-1ere8~7 t ars ]dren's Court of St. Joseph Hos-/~ e,- the Catholic Council on Work-]~l~JIl~l~l- II-~r~o'll'~r~l~,~'~ U.h.l.n | through a deep abiding Faith Jpital. J ~-/"~'~fYie4"lV]VI4"i~ft 1 ~ ]l]~ #'#l~vl, rl fit fVf~ling Life, Chicago. J llltl~t l[~[~3tOl ~ I[~U~II~ O I "Some lay organizations are ~lhlli.d-~l! [T'II~I~'ITI MAYTOWN ll--~I~||I[~|I[~|I[AL~I[~|IL'/FII[-Ab||~I[Ab~I[:~[ However, credit should be] ~.2 I showcases, but little else. They %.~llUl ~tJll ~L.JllJLl~ J Sept. 4----50th annual chicken[ ~ [given to the early pioneers of ~ 1[ 1" ~1 1"1 l l e . ~i A .~1 ~9 I have many members" many out-J Idinner, Labor Day at St Pat-} By FATHER JOHN L. THOMAS, S.J. Ithe American labor movement, J/In~ 1 [ ~ IJll[illll ."~ll lrlll|ll|ll~ I . . .' a~nvi,bL, ~. ~. -- tlst-) -- ' " " " innin .L~L~ IJe kJe ~L4L~rJL~ * '~J~J ward signs of achvlty" but the h i-s [rick hall Serving from 11 a m [ Assistant Professor of Sociology Jwho almost from the beg g[ I ~noUlstlpl~lt~lwOfyse~e~al aW~;k;r~u~Sg~p : dn h~er:t~::,his~o~ylH:gr~.na:d attrhke3~ b?ffet s~er[ at St. Lores Umvers]ty [tte~eCltot g~Vb~: De:ygl :SdCh::::;[ CINCINNATI --(NC)--A way duties of the individual: ot the I more than heresy revents I the Umted Brotherhood , "-iri~, al moqvaqon ino,eo,~ " p : . . ( -7 ' ~[ Do you think religious differences are really i/nportant if alconsidered it a purely secularlmust be found to restore reli-lsovereignty of God and the pri- I ~, ~, ~ ~ . o~ o~, ""the "e a s y" reunion" of thels reu Dy ~t l-'atrlCK ~ltar anu trainin~ militant Catholics some] " I ',[couple are mature and deeply love each other. I m gomg with holiday The American Federa-[gion to public education, Arch-Ira a c y of the moral law: of I ,~f ,~ ar r,n ,Oh ~;, [Christian churches, it usury [a wonderful non-Catholic girl, and we intend to marry as soon]tion of'Labor as early as 1909Jbishop Karl J. Alter of Cincin-Jiimitation of state sovereignty; I But Bishop Wright added SOMONAUK ' in~ only militant fund rai~r ] ' Ins I finish school. We believe marriage is what you make ~t, SOldesi~nated the Sunday preced-lnati said here. of the sanctity of the family, I carnivai barkers and binzo~su'-I",cultural unity among the ha-I Sept as -- Annual smorgas-tthat a sincere couple can work out their differences if they reallY lug ~Labor Day as Labor Sun-I Addressing the International having prior rights in tbe social I ~" tlons of the West may hope bord droner at Feehan Hall pervisors. The 'Age of the Laity'[ "[ "ltry. Why do a couple have to be as much alike as two peas in a/day and urged its affiliated un-I Federation of Catholic Alumnaelstructure to those of the state.' I r h k er r pod m order to be happy ions to cooperate w~th t h e at its 47th anmxersary convert Must Kee Ideas is p oduclng lay uc st s ath- iully leaa toi u,n 1 t y ot me berwng at ~, ~ ana p.m. ~y ? p I er than lay apostles" [ChurchR,;, f Chr,f st.M t [c,advanceT sale ~.-- Sponsored by I wa a~.~ u~'w va, r~, ,*e,~ ~,t~ ,~,~xr c ~,~,~ ~.;, v /churches In' securmg" atten-]t oni In Cmclnnatl, he said that[ "If we lose these ideas " he I Sherry said Catholics are often He made the statement in an T . . . dance at speclal se v,c . . the .removal of rehglon from, S ERLING agree that some writers on marrmge do exaggerate the need,said or ff they become weak ," laddress at athree- e C - Sept 6 Card party at St Ifor acouple to share similar tastes attitudes, outlooks and sol ther countr, t [ " I accused of bein,~, priest ridden we k hms' voted to the subject of rehgmn pubhc schools and colleges has and anemic" from a lack of nur ,-- ' and m~or;in no o ~ made most ~,mericans retl- in whereas m fact we are mostly s mar ~ on ture or ff they cease to be J tian humanism .era" "P -[Mary auditorium. Sponsored by[on. Only a pair of shallow morons would meet the requirements] ~ ;. f/ /," I pmest:carrled. We expect the lsored here by Bishop Vincentlthe Altar and Rosary society oflsome of them demand in this regard. Mature partners can usual-]'lab~r~ 'na~on~ ho~id"'a~ s;/g" '~y ~lo~tne::::ence is a slowIsulled into the minds of future I priest to a o too much zor us an ajs" Walters of Raleigh. Repre- St Mary parish, ly learn to adjust successfully to a wide variety of differences,|wides.~read as it is in the Unit-I '~ r:- |generati ns' then our civiliza- I we wiu do so little ~or oursel-lsentatives of more than 30 ' TAMPICO Iprovided these do not directly affect their views concerning the/o,~ ~ato toda', ]D.Ut mewraa~e eros mn ~.'[tion must inevztably change m I ve'S'The desertion b- the ]sit" of[Cath lic colleges a!tended lecq Sept 3 -- Bake sale at St [very nature and purposes of marriage itself. " r~V~h~en"nearl;~ 20000000 union/tt:n~ ~e~t:;Po~re:ti:n o~ ~:::lsm, l,/ch~aracter or w~ther away I Y Y lures and too~ par~ in discus- r ' . ~ne .~rcnoisnop went on to its responsibilities and duties during the seminar. YOU WERE CORRECT IN STATING that marriage is what[mem~}~olida'~let}~s'e .earelit that "there is no pro- I the spiritual as well as the tem-] Bishon Wright said Christian-I .P ~ [you make it, but you seem to.forget that when two people set[!l n,z,~ Y,y [ Be Alert Ivision in our society for the I eP~s~lcia~fl!airs tf:heaCh~rCho~.[ity has~'g!ven the western ha- cmty. VIRGIL ]e.ut to make somethmg together, they must .first agree on.what[B%tt~::~no~vnt~:~ n a~SeVoT~tsl The Archbishop predicted that]propagatlon or mamtenance of P~ Y P -itions a snareo view o~ man I o ~. -'" -r -~ ~clthey are going to make xou are OlU enougn to Know mat con-/ . ~,~,/. .~ -- " ~" ----r- .L Am"ri Ithis common zuno oi ioeas aria 1 ~1 - ' "tr "i'l oept. *~ -- ham olnn~ at oo/ -- " : ff r n" v" s concernin lreat zounc~ /in tne nexL ou y~a ~ tnu v -I 1 ~,~ land it ]s t ms numamstao-Jpm,~r an,~ p~.l *oho~l hall from/temporary ~mer~cans nolo wmeiy m e e t mw g[ ~, ,~,~s a r~ioneer t r a d e/ ,~ ",ill ,~,~m~nd some lPrineipms''' 1 f h i nifi an - v ~||~l[|JKJa[ [tion whmh ~s the bas~s o t e -"^n "ill ~ ~" m S onso~ed b /marriage and the family. Rehgl~s differences are so s g c t[ ~ T ~ ~,;,~ ^ ~ --.~]~ I n--n,ruth I . . . tnvu ~ o p. -- p ~ :/. . . nu,mm~--~=~ o. ,~,~ -,~ ,f|new approaun LU tt~ ~lzuta* et*~u/ i l~Al~ |ecumemcai movement. ' cc ~^'^r -.~ ~- 1 ^~, .a| in marriage necause renglon plays SUCh a oeClslve role m oe-h~ . Y^rk an Irish American, . . .L ,-4 [ RIIIII~I llld ~ II I I/ He noted that the threat ofJ~~ ~.~ ~,~. [fining the moral norms standards, and goals relating to all mari-]~ ~,w ~Y b [ ,~, ~, Isplr~tual trammg o~ mmr cnn-lf,~ll~l~l~jH[ I I iltio r = l:~.iari:U:~h~:r~n:eni[nosary Soct~Ly [tal relatlonsh~ps, fo; the e~;t~t-h~our approximately 600 dele-/ ~ I I I IffADDIff/I |/the West to dP;aw closer in al " J PEOPLE WHO MAKE LIGHT OF RELIGIOUS differe~ces inland other workers' benehts.[gates to the convention eledted[I f.~/~.~ . ~l~w~.~]~i~,I L. ,#. r~,~=l-.~ The late Bishop rrancls ~ Mrs John F Henness of New Jleommunity dedicated to pre-I ~ Imarriage. Phil, fail to understand both the meaning of marriage[ "1 Y [I ~'1~~ ~. ",I i,I/serving the true image of man.[ ~ J and the nature of religion. You must never forget that married[rmas stated ,nat v. c u r%.waSlYork, a graduate of the Conego/I I I I espousing a n a s 1 c ~atl~o~u I rlurnl)[na I/ Task for Supernatural ] -. ~ll ~ love does not exist in a vacuum, ff you are sincere, you mustl ars I f Mount St. Vincent, president/| I ~ (~,~'#Vl ~ I I I ~ I[ He ]eclared Catholics todayl |]l~nu~lel ~N~ [carefully examine the context within which it develops. Let usltea ,mug n wages ~.~?:r hlOf the IFCA, succeeding Miss[i [l[IB~t~ ~ ~"'z--.A~L~/J~,I l~ IUI E1 II ago) long Delore me t~n c I . J[must be willing to admit hu-~ ~ I~ U I l~ ~ If# [begin by considering some of the ways in which religion affects[ [Alice R, May of Baltimore. /I I /m I I J ond ][manr mistakes. Nothinga will so[,[that context laeclar'eam.~ugust, ~- as .~uc~.~, ne organized' ~1 Speaking at . the convention/I I [tW'//~l~ I~HIIJl it}/ I I disa m the Protest nt critics " ' of Car banquet, Archbishop Alter call- of Catholicism as this humility t BRIEFLY, BY GIVING US OUR CONCEPT or ,mage of man ~ er'J ed on the delegates to 'bealertl] l~7//IL~7"*t'~t/II I AURORA Mrs Anna E Scoff 67 St Wh re do w co from9 h ar ~ hat our r se or emers ancl .Jomers ot .'~m he stated ' - ( e e me . W at e we. W is pu pe P " to the danger of anemia and ' " Mrs Anna Hennen 81 St Joseph par-destroy m life?), re]lgmn plays an essential role in defmmg ourlma, whmh has g.row [~t~rv~tinn which threnten.~ o,r/J ///~ ~'/ H/~,J/) / J J Mary parish, Aug. 26 " n to be one I a, " ""~v wa on ~v,a-, 18[ /I / / [ ! '/ b, I I ,IL=o J0 0 / HeafJn ,sh 4ug 2~ ' " le if ou want of the largest labor umons Bishop Wmght sod he sees. " in norms and goals relatmg to marriage. For examp,y :[ Christian clvfllzabon from w~th- I II " " " [ Casein parish, Aug. 26. . / to know why people think certain forms of conduct related to sex me w rlcl" It s :.-. '/~," =n~t tn "h i fths,[|,/ / [' t'~ ]. |l church umty, which is a task Edward F Lacey $7, St. Mary parian,-- etin of me ~en- - . rna ural At res- Au~ ~s " ' and marriage are acceptable or otherwise, you have to find out 1882 at a me g $1 $. LA SALLE for the supe t . P n New York need of restormg rehgmn.to ~ts ent, reu ' ' g Y i] p rightful place in a national sys./J ~~--~-~ .J I CARPENTERSVILL --George T. Zawns- r " o "sh tral Labor unlon 1 mon ~s far el a matter towski, 3, st. Monica parish, Aug. 25. how they define the nature and pu pose of marrmge. If y u wl J AURORA J[of the 'lonely path of individ-IM~ry oarish~'-Aug' 16 ' ' " to learn why they define marriage as they do, you must findl~Jtem of public as well as private J| re, m-. ==Bin, .a J J I Itual conversions " he said. / AS~" OUBUQU}=--Lavern C. White 68 /out what they believe to be the origin, nature, and destiny of J l[-l[ ,-d ,] t~r~f~P~r'e[education "I| J n I M I m 't,t ' - St, Mary parish, Aug. 19 ll.~U~l.~LL %.~ULLaJL~k~. ~.~.LL~.~ " I TEl TW 2-0625 |J However, he added, Cathohcs[ ELGIN--Mrs Mary k a,st Lau-[ man Ulbmately all deflmtlons of human values stem from some1. . [. Amon ~ the ' umue'o and oval"-[| . IUIK I IlUK .I I I J IJcan by their actions d.isposelre~ ~'T AA~'12L Krieger, St. ~aryl conception of human nature. When people have different ideas[ NEW YORK--(NC)--The Na=[uable" elements of our culture,It -.-]-.[-.~--'~.-= ~I I ~[Protestants to change unfavor-] parish [ about the nature of man, they will logically define the nature j tional Conference of Christians,th,~ Archbisho,~ d~q~r~ ~ ar,dl 60-~Z FOX ~T. l l J able views of the Church. paArds ~Pn v,;ler,e, ~t. /noons Aquinas and purposes of marriage differently, and they will consequently and Jews is ]annin a three/, n ~: ";/I 2 ,-- : 2.-.-- I I Ch:a~l~:B~e~:i~rc~i~Y~;:' :'t" set up different patterns of conduct relat,ng to marr,age, d~: ~n:;:~:f !!dCht:rgh~ue:ti:nnin:h;; c~nC:Patl~e:~ble r:ig~tls da~gd|[ AUKUK~ r ""' ' I ,~'~i[~ |ll I ~w ~ IIJohnparish, Au~. 2~. ' " '| FURTHER OUR CATHOLIC RELIGION tells us that Christ[ x" sea I,1 I OREGON--A nes J. Sauer, 83, St. Mary ' ' r acra n As St Paul re controversy oelore me ne t - g I Josepn N. woTz Jlpar,sh ]has made the marrlage cont act a s me t. . -I - -- - r II PHOTO EoUlPMENT ond SUPPLIES t u ,III ~ I vKr. r h~r~ I ~ I| ROCKFORD--Mrs.'Veronica M. Linnen,| " ' ~ "~ . ~, ~. J Th~ session will be one of all Fast Processing Service (All Types) I I J JLn nt, st. Peter parish, Aug. 15. -- !the mystical union of Christ with His Church, ana unristianl - o - u n I :~ta~ |ur I t III I/per~r~' ~uagy 2Valentme' 80, St. Anrnony spouses are to pattern their relationship after this model of Christ['series ~1 me:nUsngS w~t~ : ~re" II ."'=" "':. "" -- J n I III - llper r .' AHve~n25Corirossi, 69, St. AnthonyI and His Church. This implies loving care and respectful sub-lencelWann:Tnced -rant of $~25:11 llver loss 'hofo :)hOD I I l J |flPf11 IPIOe Ill Fum Rep,ffl,g 11 Mrs: Ameila Muzzarelfi, $I, St. Edward mission" and just as the union of Christ anfl His Church is thelV~ usy "- "" ~' "--nda'ion]| 43 FOX ST PH TW 2 2008 ~'-URORA,l lr~sAi~ I~l~(k%~$1~ll parish, Aug. 26. " ' r oou ~rom me ~ora rou ~ . - I " yr ~ III I o,otio. It Mrs. Agnes M. Hibbard, 7, St. Patrick] source of sanctfficatmn, so the marriage bond becomes a sou eel. te discussion amon- re /I - I I .o.o.v II : p~s~a~FredwK.ef'er77st~fgracet~ChrlstlanspousesInam~xedmarr1age~Phil~y~u~t pr m ~; ! A~~l~~~~ Ill IJ LOCATIONS IN AURORA John par,sh Aug 20 hgmus groups whlch differ on ALL PHONES 6 3 Hedber ~ ness m marrla e im hes an mtlmacy, a special umty and to c]ose y D " ~AMP'ICO--Mrs. Mary G. g,- " ' g " P " . " I ~~Zt:::" 1t1'"~~,~ 7:", Peter[getherness through which husband and wile'become "two i~[Jones, pres,dent of the confer-I Redi-Mix Ill J. C ELECTRIC II |l~[an~'~;;t"~a'r~;h. Xu~. 2s. ' ' ',one flesh " Love"leads to the desire to communicate and share. I ence. He did not give the site/I Ill I I . ~lMwo%o:rTOC~ra~. A. Pvfahl, 63, St.[ Lovers want to be together, to do things together, to face thelof the meeting, its dates cr its/I Concrete ]or allJll RCA Whirlpool I I future together. But how is this unity possible if they do not participants. [I S III ~,-, II J PETER A. FREEMAN ill iithink alike on essentials--if they do not view human nature, the[------------------------- jJ purposes tll - u n I wa ~ l~efngerators---Stoves I Florists Since 1895 Ill I/purpose of marriage, the meaning of life itself in the same y:l Hol'" Name Men/I . Ill " I I ~'t |~| ~, .V oncrete Dishwa~her~ Wl~rEN M FREEMAN Owner Ill lrAuhADh (gD~/Ifg I/ AS LOVERS YOU MAY AGREE that you will not talk about] 11 ~on ete Itl II ' . Ill auMmatmu a,-nvu~,- I/religion, that you will not interfere with each other's beliefs.~ tStect Othcers II H ~e, Vs ~',r. to ^'= no I I I ~hs Cea s TW 2.7668 Aurora H ART VOIRIN I[ ~hat'you will allow each other complete freedom to practice re-J - II -"" I11 ~ I I I -~[I Motor Tune Up--MinorI[ iigion but your religious differences will stand like a wall ofJ 15 ~u~'~--lv~aur~ce .~ann w~s/I DIAL TW 6-9714 Ill o, om u, I I 11 S tralnlna electecl preslaent ol ~ne hOly -- -- ~ I ~VlI~I~ [I II separation between you because re "giou "" g nd beliefsI r'" -dr-j~/ I I ~ ~k~ I ~v~v~ ~ "q~o /I Rep~ir,---Tiro~---Bonorie* I[ color your entire outlook on marriage and life. [~ame society a~ or. ~2~ y P~i I. ~ I SHOE[ LOCAL OR LONG /I li tisn here recently, umer o~z-lu " "= ~~I~R~T ~R|I I~I,TAMt'I~ ro, ~erv, e---I, uo Jo, |1 DON'T DECEIVE YOURSELVES. Religious differences cannot [ cers chosen to serve with him]n Anmn,:e,~ CRF.1;'NI-I IT. I;. CO. II Your Doctor "-- J [J AIN ST A RORA I[ be isolated or pushed aside to some convenient corner of your are: Keith Getschman of Still-]| ~ ~,-v nl I ai~l~Blff ~r |l 1001M . U Illives as you can do with divergent views on politics, sports, loan Valley. vice president: [I RUSSELL O~NAK II Will Prescrtbe I /411[IDIII: I [J Tw, |1 and other things. Religious differences run much deeper than and Joseph Toth :and r~urt u-ii ,~ r m a II J~ iK~n~rt~ ll " I[ these for our beliefs define proper moral conduct, specify]kan, both of this city, secretarY[I ~u~ uuw.or c~ || ~~ J"'--'7" ~l~ff[~ [! .[[ the nature and purpose of marriage, clarify your view of human and treasurer, respectively. II Phone TW 7-S~9~ II IIZITIh'W~II~ I n IllVW IId~ Ii~nl nature, and provide you with a philosophy of life that gives[ll~ |1,~l I I II meaning and significance to all your activities. 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