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Catholic Group Urges Freedom SYRACUSE, N.Y.---The, Cath- olic Central Union of America has urged the complete libera- tion of people in captive nations of eastern Europe. The organization, which seeks to develop social action, leader- ship in Catholic youths, a 1 s o urged in a resolution that there be a j u s t peace treaty with Germany that would guarantee The resolutions were passed at the close of the union's 106th national convention The organization also called for wider participation by Cath- olics in the reorganization of the social and economic life of the nation and condemned any attempts to standardize c h i 1- dren "by forcing them to ac- e ept instruction from public justice for all Germans teachers only." Protestant Clergy Make Retreat ERLANGER, Ky. -- The first retreat for Protestant clergymen opened at Marydale retreat house here Sept. 12. Protestant clergymen from O h i o, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Texas, North Carolina, Indiana, Arkansas, Illinois, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Missouri and New York, attended a-number of conferences, seminars and round table discussions. Bishop John J. Wright of Pitts- burgh, episcopal advisor of the National Catholic Laymen's Re- treat movement, conducted the retreat. The project was plann- ed last April at a meeting of the board of directors of the retreat movement. Its aim was to en- courage better understanding of Catholic closed retreats among Christian clergymen. House Passes Bill to Aid Refugees WASHINGTON -- The House of Representatives has passed a bill authorizing continued parti- cipation by the U, S. in programs to assist refugees, escapees and migrants. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Francis E. Walter of Penn- sylvania, provides that funds be appropriated for assistance of refugees, escapees and se- from communist lands It also provides that funds be made available to aid refugees who have fled to the U. S. for fear of persecution. The President, under the bill, is authorized to make loans, ad, vances, grants and contracts with private, nonprofit organiza- tions and agencies, both in the U. S. and abroad, who are work- lected persons who have fled ing in the field of refugee aid. Vatican Gift from Sweden VATICAN CITY- A scholar- i Court of Sweden. ly hobby of Sweden's 79 year old The Vatican daily newspaper King Gustav VI is exploring the L'Osservatore Romano suggest- remains of Italy's lost Etruscan ed in reporting the gift that the civilization, and the published "interest and efforts of the sci- fruits of his research now have entitle research of a noble and been given to the Vatican libr- distant nation to investigate the "Blessed Is the Peacemaker" nttartes ret at (N.C.W.C. NEWS SERVICE) U.S. Catholic leaders joined the world-wide expression of loss at the death of Dag Hammar- skjold, secretary-general of the :United Nations They called it a tragic blow not only for the United Nations, but for the free world as well. "We are sure that history will inscribe on his grave, 'Blessed is the Peacemaker'," one said. Hammarskjold died (Sept. 18) when the airplane in which he was traveling on a Congo peaceI mission mysteriously crashed in a forest preserve in Northern Rhodesia, eight miles from the Ndola airport where it was scheduled to put down. Francis Cardinal Spellman said Hammarskjold's death is "a tragic loss to the United Na- tions and the entire free world." Severe Blow "All lovers of freedom are saddened by the untimely death of Dag Hammarskjold," said the Archbishop of New York. "His courageous resolve in withstand- ing communist pressure made him a strong bulwark of democ- racy and a fearless champion of has, in addition, represented the Holy See at numerous confer- ences of United Nations agen- cies. He was reached for com- ment in Rome, where he was at- tending sessions of the theologi- cal preparatory commission for the ecumenical council. "The cause of peace," he said, "has lost one of its wisest and most dedicated protagonists. And the new young nations, at a time when it was most impor- tant to them, have lost in him a true friend." Completely Dedicated The Bishop said Hammar- skjold held his post in the midst of the "most unimaginably dif- ficult" problems "We literally saw him growing old under their burden." "One can only hope and pray that there may be found in his successor a man of similar dedi- cation and courage," he said. Charles Herzfeld, president of the Catholic Association for In- ternational Peace, said in Wash- ington that Hammarskjold's death is "a tragedy for all hu- manity." "He was completely dedicated to genuine world peace and or- Archbishop Karl J. Alter of AURORA 2incinnati, chairman of the ad- ministrative board of the Nation- al Catholic Welfare conference called the death "a severe blow to the United Nations at a most critical time." "It deprives the international WHAT BASILICA MIGHT HAVE BEEN--What St. Peter's basifica in Rome might have looked body of a statesman of the first like had no Michaelangelo come along, and the actual church as it stands today are shown rani~- a man marked by intel- above in two models preserved in a room in thee roof of the basilica. The large model shows the front view of the basilica designed by Sangallo between 1537 and 1546. Miehaelangelo, however, changed the construction of the dome and added the two towers in front, but they proved too heavy for the location and the marble was used to build twin churches at Piazza del Popolo. The small model in the foreground is St. Peter's as it is today. EXPERTS, lUll II IARE AGREED, U. S. Hierarchy Term, Population Explosion, To Pay Tribute ligence, patience, perseverance, tact, courage and a consuming desire for peace among men. i "Convinced that peace is the fruit of justice, he dedicated himself completely to the cause of justice, especially for the small, unprotected nations. We are sure that history will in- scribe on his grave, 'Blessed is the Peacemaker'. MIKE S. MEYERS PLUMBING And HEATING 27B BEACH STREET AURORA PHONE TW 2-3944 ;$ der, and he worked for it more effectively than anyone," said the president of the 34 year old organization. Difficult Session "He gave the ideals of a world community concrete meaning by his many efforts to strengthen the United Nations and to make it more responsive to the world common good. "His death will make the cur- rent session of the United Na- tions general assembly a most difficult one. All countries of good will must co-operate at this time if the United Nations is to be saved as an effective tool for world peace," said Herzfeld. Catherine Schaefer, director of the NCWC Office for United Nations' affairs, called his death "the loss of a courageous man of whom there are too few." Earned Red Enmity "His death is a tremendous blow to the United Nations, par- ticularly at this time when there 1re so many problems facing it and when the very concept of a single secretary-general is be- ing fought so strongly by the Soviet Union and its bloc . Smorgasbord Complete Price Includes Dessert & Beverage no lirluo, rest line toDd Business Route 30 East Side of Aurora, Illinois REPUBLIC The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re- quested for the repose of their souls. Sept. 23, 1944--The RevL Frank James Keenan, pastor of St. Patrick parish, Rockford, is buried in St. Mary cemetery, Rockford. Sept. 24, 1950--The Rev. Laurence C. Prendergast pastor of St. patrick parish, Rockford, is buried in Calvary cemetery, Evanston. "Sept. 25, '1940--The Rt. Rev. Msgr. James A. Solon, pastor of St. Mary parish, DeKalb, is buried in St. Joseph cemetery, Ivesdale. l ~pt" ~8' 19l~Th~ RevI Paui WI Sims is buried in St . Mary cemetery, Rockford. Grant, we beseech Thee, O Lord, that the souls of thy servants, Thy priests whom in this life, Thous didst honor with the~ sacred tfffice, maY rejoice in .the glory of heaven Iorex'erm0re. Amen. % MAY THEY REST IN PEACE % House. passage by the Senate. It had been approved earlier by the i PURE PORK youth who has left school. The measure was sent to Pre- sident Kennedy (Sept. 12) after MIKE AND ALICE PLUM "Lovely Flowers For All Occasions" 781 Aurora Ave. at Forest Aurora TW 6-3500 BOCKMAN JEWELERS 53 MAIN STREET AURORA A Name Famous for Qualit~ Diamonds Since 1892 Aurora Floral Shop FIRESTONE TIRES Everything For Car and Home ROBINSON'S AUTO SUPPLY CO. AURORA--Broadway ELGIN--State & & Clark Sts. Chicago Stt. Aurora CARS - TRUCKS SPORTS CARS NEW AND USED CARS LARK by STUDEBAKER POCUS MOTOR SALES PAUL P. POCUS, Owner 1O0 & 148 So. River St. Phone TW 24376 Ralah Dunhy Insurance Agency ) Complete INSURANCE Service 43 Galena Blvd. Aurora, III. Phone TW 7-8468 - TW 7-8404 BOCKMAN DIAMOND RINGS Aurora-Lohmann Monument Co. 727 S. Lincoln, Aurar Phone TW 7-7270 Roofing Company Roofing, Siding, Insulation and ~ater Proofing 219 Woodlawn Ave Aurore Phone TW 6-6479 Johns-Manville Productt Residential, Commercial & Industrial Phone TW 7.1333 AURORA 220 So. River St. (Rear Court) WASHINGTON--Congress has passed and sent to President Kennedy a bill establishing a $30 million, three-year program to fight juvenile delinquency i The program calls for $10 mil- lion to be spent annually over the next three years for public and private agencies' demon- stration project dealing with de- linquency. Some of the money will also be used to train personnel and to provide technical aid to agencies The program will be adminis- tered by the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. Pilot projects aided by the pro- gram are expected to stress ways of aiding the unemployed Yote Delinquency Control Program Yale Catholic Abroad was form- ed. i Kenneth Luke of Honolulu, now a senior in electrical en- gineering at Yale, said the 14 students chose as their first un- dertaking the building of a plied building materials. Luke said the zeal and activity in Mexico is "startling." He add- ed: "Political agitation runs high. We constantly saw pro- Cuban, anti-U. S. signs chalked or painted on walls. Yet there were more 'Christianismo si, communismo no' signs." $mnaries in Latin America and as a result of his sermon-the Dry. unexplored soil of Italy" might Martyr For Peace The book. entitled "The Etrus- serve as a means of solidarity Does Not Really Fit Facts To Pope Nov. 15 "Our besttributetoMr. Ham- cans, the Countryside and the between Italy and Sweden. The WASHINGTON- (NC)- The marskjold will be renewed el- People " was presented to the newspaper spoke of "the sure ~ ~ ~ ,~ ~. ,~, i ~forts to make the United Nations ~ SON VatiCarn libr3:y barAshd~lW:lf Et~k Itnde !rmtful collaboratmn of cul- (N.C.W.C. N:ws Service) Ithe term "explosion" is emoLwilI partYcipate in a special trib- ~)~ac:fofeeti:eth ,1,n:~r3m;;:hbi~[ * HARDWARE ~,nr~n.nne-l'~ wette,I - NEW YORK -- Alarmists who!tional and unscientific. What is ute to His Holiness Pope John op Alter ' * HOUSEWARES '~IVI~I~LI-~I-~---- College Honors Vatican Official shout "population explosion" at more, the term does not reallYlXXIII here in the nation's capi-I Auxiliary Bishop James H: Free Deliveries VALLEY HEATING the drop of a statistic got little fit the facts tal "n November 15 i Griffiths of New York, who ha<] - DUBUQUE Ia -- Valeriolby Auxiliary Bishop George J comfort from the experts who l '," ' - -- tt'- -'at-merit of u ~. ( known the UN secretary-general Open From g a m to 6 p m Ask for Bill Perez ' " ' " " ~YPl~a~ W a~ t t~ ~L ~ l uurin" me annual meeting or " " " l " " Cardinal Valer~, Prefect of thelBmkup of Dubuque. Bmhop B~s- " ~ Dr Dudle Kirk of the Po-ula g Ipersonally for many years, saidMon. & FrL Tull 9 P.M. o ~ ~th me~ nere I Y P ~the U S Bishops there will be a Hammarsk old dmd as a mar 220 So Rover TW 2 4090 Vatican's Sacred Congregation kup was closely ass c'ated w ' ,~ ~ ", ' ' 1 ,i " ' " z4 m ~roaaway nw z zu~a " " I ~ Demograpners Irom ~ nauons'.uon ~ouncl. ,Solemn Pontifical Mass in the - ' " " AURORA OI r%ellglOUS receives an nonor- ~arumal valerl when me uu- ,~ ~^.~ 1,~. T--~- I ~. . . t tyr Ior peace." AIIO~IOA ar de ree from LorDs college buque Auxiliary was assigned ~' '~" ~. ~. ~ -I '~ne pom~ ~s, ne sam, ma~ National Shrine of the lmmacu-j Bishop Griffiths is chairman I~[Y^ g tr, th~ V~tio~n'~ R~orod Cnn~rf,- t*onal Populatmn Conference the trend extrapolated geome~n- late Conception on that Date m ,~f the U S Bishons' Committee ~ "*=Earlier, Cardinal Valeri offer- Ration o'~the"()rientai-C-imrc-i~ ~f- heId at Neck York Un!versity. A~lcally !cads,!o infinity~ We have!lmark the 80th birthday and the'fo/the Pope's Peace Plan. He I~~i~~- - - -. 3daMfaS/ reStihR:ph,~0e01 ca~hreslte~aW~ldVa]elrli visited Dubu-~ahail:: b~i!h~c: ~e~ ~l'~:nh~a~toP~va~r~ei g3 w trn'X~:Piu~a~t[ a3glr:wUMans en-~ipd ~3~onatzon anniversary OIIAIIDf~DA 11 TUNE UP II s & M SHOES I o u y tually very slow compared to 3VEIVI%~ uaht as well as a number of arch-lque after attending and addr.s- "1 [~ I II III The StoreD! Quality I ' II " smi. Actually Very Slow [gr wth in other fields I VKltlqt~t /l l!l CarburetorsSUn Equipmentoverhauled I[I 1S N. BROADWAY [,' dmcesan prmsts and representa- stag the second National Con-, J ~ -r 1 l, ,ll Ill | tires of religious communities gress of Religious, held last ! Unfortunate Term Lauds ~ At the degree-conferring, cer-lmanth at the University of They agreed that the world's "For examnle consider thel ~Li l~ /I James ~oleman I I I I AURORA I emor~y, the citation Was read]Notre Dame l population is increasing at what rate of automobile production I l . l /I,~ ~|~|~ III ' DIITllO III .I : " ~ i some consider an alarming ae. llf you extrapolate the present/'ll/l" 1"1" : /I J. k. gLI:L/KIk II Dz~kU Tl~ I! Seminarians Send Books to Africa rate, you find that long beforeliVlcnenrv /I II ~ l . n:l Sn:'arMeEIgNAgRDtoIbdcT::n:neThetb:Y:sarmei:://h enrebth SiilAURORA '" laa )rs:pl otip: e :allwW ebie!aeoC !! J /I II II I ca fall and plan to top last year s h it and all the Refrigerators Stoves PHONE TW 7 3331 AURORA I highly literate people if a group f. [ FREE PARKING ered wit aspha i oerran /I " - III " I,I Pedwin I of seminarians here continues b ;aalb:u~t 177:: Thm g~Ou;h~C:l, ~DRIVE'IN SERVICE asphalt,~ ~, o, ~,A ,~will be covereda flnal,withcon-aU", vii' |U Dishwashers n~ LlmJnmll to barrage them with books, actsas a coordinating center for] ~i~ c~u';~v;lt;af~c'j:m:" CRYSTAL LAu~:.~r:rh~ro~[] Let Us Wira Your New Home It, , Last S~ptember the studentslthe "Books for Africa" programI gl~l~/l~l ~ n-- biolo-i ~ane~e'~n~a~.U~u tl W "9"1" III ~'~ ~T~l~l'~i'~ ~I~I~VII'T I . ~ ~.~,- -:. : h~-, ~.L,i~ m - . - ; .~iter all, IL IS Ot g- bake ~e,I a.u all 59g bth AVE. I Z- o ~ III ~2K ~L~ ~.~/-~ J~ J U,t--x~x.~ ~, t--*,-,-,-,I at ~t. lvlelnaro s seminary oe-[lo.r ~oiw~ u,)tu .m ~nu~ t ?Yl ~[t~l~tl~t~l[ts~'~.~Ically possible for the world pop- member of the MeHenry countY|lAURORA I[I . ! cided to start a smart-scare/ a tnousana ~amonc nigh SChOOlS] --- [ ~ " l h o ed P " " l ' " ulatmn growth for long to el- Serra club, was on r by[~ II ~[/eddtngs Club Socials Banquets l "Books for Afmca" program:landcolleges across the country:] . . " " !ceed three per cent a year. In Pope John XXIII Saturday,|-- |'l /,z ~ ;,#':b h ,h, nor Picnic, I Their inmal goal was to senct[ ine mea ~s .to getme re.st| '' ' "' " 'what field of endeavor would Sept. 16 when he was made an|] ,-~,w III t~oHee I 400 books They underestimated books in Amerma to me right " [ " ",l-ou call a three ~r cent rate Equestrian Knight of the Holyll ~]1.'~ |t| NORTHGATESHOPPING CENTER PhoneTW 2-5900 Anrore | their abilitieS. ~places in Africa" said Weber,] Downer & Rivet Stt. J~ ~--o;--"'~ Th~-t"r"-" ~ un Se,mlchre I,i They actually sent out 23 136[who ~s a student for the priest-I AURORA. ILL. J, ~ ,| . I ' T xormna~e ano woum no~ oe usea The nonor was conierreo on books and 10 939 Catholic maga-/hood in the Peoria diocese J FRIENDLY & COMPLE E t s mntlhc meetm such as !l ~ ~l ~i~l~ Ill I " 1 ~RVlrE SINCE 1871 la a c g Mr Janette in ceremoniesatll : Oltl lUl lt Ill ~rt~~T~ ~IlPPIN C~. I zincs according to Barry weber,/ Into each oook me semina-~ *,~ ,- . n. ~- -,- ] [ [ " 1 ,] . .n nmm. we are a scmnunc socm~y St Patricz cathearat in l~ e w[ ll| I vice president of the school's|rmns sent, they ruDDer-stampeD/ ~emae, or r.u ~, land not a social movement "York with Francis Cardinalll ~,~*- "~ ~;III C~TUTIUDIAb I*tAur~ I Catholic Students Mission Cru-]a message in English and Swa-/ ~ ]l i i 1 ~ --lI 4~n lll'l 113 I" I~ I I "~ ' ~ liD" I sade and chairman of the book|hill: "A gift from your friendsi "~--^ of Po"~" John -- i! I |. . . . / 'lr~J~l~ a.ml~i|~. llalIl~ F~: " [WO ~NYI~NIZN/ II ~Z~ 1~o. la,gnlano I program m time|ca /UU Jllgl I~$HI~ RA " 1 ~ ~ ~ Mr. Janctte, one of the origin- LOCATIONS IN AURa I~ ~W 6.6021) BILL KRAMER | ~ [. ] ] = [ '] D 1 1 = ] ] ~ -- ~ + ~ -- : ~ ~ -- ~: -- -- ~ 1 |lrihl Dislribut0r al charter members of Serra tt,o,a ,~ tt, st,co!* ] ~.~tUU[t~llt~ DUlIE! b~llt~:~lt- lll 1~E:;~klU~U~ l '|ll lll%, &IIOt%DA |l/ International when it was iouna- So. Li. oln Ave. a.d Clark $t,eet I B"~II~I~*V"J~' 1 *LL PH^NES TW 6 7734 r the ea In ~eattle z~ years ago, was ~ v - NEW HAVEN, Conn. Fourteen school fo poor m Mexmo Dial TW 2-6419 o, TW 7-$744 nitic~ t #~ Ul ~'lEIUIl~lkl'r=#' Catholic students at Yale univer- City on the recommendation of . . gzven me .nonor .m recur AMBULANClE SERVICE ~o VV. ~LK|||KII/L sity here spent the summer the Christian Family Movement ~/I. L~ ~, A of hm activity w~th thetorgan- ~~ . ~=~ 1 ducahon cen there lzaHon. ~ p r e s e n ~ ne 1~ a -- = building an adu t e " - ]i~l-J~) ~l~J ] ,(~T~ J~.~ ~ member of the McHenrv Count *,e AURORA WIRING & FlXlUR[ COMPAN' ter in Mexico City. Funds for the project were w )l l - i - Iq I: M U R I A L J 11 U ~erra ClUO wmcn meeLs semi k an o 939 FRONT ST PH TW 2 7380 AURORA " The ~)roject was sparked last raised by selling boo s d s - t0rde, m ll'J - . . - mnl Luke montnly in WOOOS~OCK spring by a sermon given by the citing University alu ", h:.s.:L s.' I' jr~,~, # ~'~4~ " . . . Since 1906 h F ,n UIM[IUUIIIi ~.0. lne nonor a J s o exmnos co ~ ,~. Rev. Felix McGowan, M.M who said. Members of t e C M " g IIIIJ,h~ ~ k~,~.l . ~---- was visiting at Yale. He em-Mexico City furnished room and ROCKFORD, ILL. Mrs. Janette who received the z,ll |ll-II- V u ~ title oI any oi me |my l~ll~lbl~ J. ltUIJ.L~JL phasized the need for lay mis- board for the student, and s p- Diol WO 3-5409 ~ Sepulchre. 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