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J Coming Events Rockford Nov. 15--Rummage Sale--West State Street Gymnasium--9 to 1- sponsored by St. Thomas Patrons' Club Nov. 16--Autumn Party-- Social Nov. 20 .- "Holiday Social"--, auspices St. Anne's Society of Holy Angels parish. Nov. 23 -- Bake Sale -- auspices St. Mary's Altar and Rosary So- ciety. Nov. 23--Thanksgiving Square Style Show--St. Anthony's Hall- 8 p.m.--for Benefit of Parish l School--sponsored by St. Anthony's Dance--K. of C. Hall--Catho- Chart club. Center--7:30 p.m.--auspices St. Nov. 23--Fall Card Party--St. Elizabeth Woman's Club. Nicholas Hall--2:30 p. m.--aus- pices St. Elizabeth Hungarian La- Nov. 19--Fall Card Party and dies Society. Feb. 4-5 -- Annual Card Party -- Madonna High School Auxiliary Mothers club and PTA. Card Batavia Nov. 19--Television and Nov. 20 -- Christmas Bazaar-- Party--Catholic Center--sponsored by the Catholic Men's club. Nov. 22 -- Turkey Party -- St. Thomas High School Patrons Club Nov. 23--Annual Charity Ball-- Verdi Hall--8:30 to 12:30--spon- sored by the St. Anthony Court 674, Women's Catholic Order of Foresters. Nov. 26--Rummage Sale--Social Hall--conducted by Music and Drama Guild of the Catholic Woman's League. Dec. 7--"Spaghetti Dinner and Bazaar"--auspices Muldoon Educa- tional Auxiliary Jan. 28 -- Winter Benefit Party -- Muldoon Education Auxiliary. Feb. 17 -- Pre-Lenten Card Party -- St. Thomas High School Patrons Club. March 22 -- Athletic Banquet -- St. Thomas High School Patrons Club. April 18 -- Ham Party -- St. Thomas High School Patrons Club. April 22 -- Annual Spring Card Party -- Muldoon Educational Aux- iliary. Aurora Nov. 15---Bowling Party--High- w~,y Lanes--Catho-Chori club. -Nov. 16---Social--K. of C. Hall --Catho Chart club. Where Women Shop For Men's Christmas Gifts 119 N. Main -- Rockford Reid's Fish Market FISH--OYSTERS--SEA FOODS DIAL 3234 1225-27 Broadway- Rockford Milk--Cream McSWEENEY FARMS DAIRY We ore the only Dairy in Rockford selling Pasteurized Milk and Cream on a Cash and Carry Basis TEL. 4-81121116 AUBURN ST. COME IN AND SAVE S0% JOHNSON G W I ESLAN D Plastering Contractors sponsored by Altar and Rosary Society of Holy Cross parish. Belvidere Nov. 19--Social Activities Party --Knights of Columbus clubrooms --auspices Catholic Daughters of America. Elburn Nov. 15-16--Bazaar--St. Gall's Church Hall--sponsored by the Altar & Rosary Society. Elgin Nov. 14-16- "Father of the Bride"--St. Edward Auditorium-- 8:15 p.m. Freeport Nov. 15--Fall Festival - Aquin High School Auditorium--8 p.m.-- sponsored by the Aquin Home- School association. Nov. 18 -- Harvest Party--St. Mary's Hall--8 p. m.---sponsored by St. Mary's Guild. Nov. 20---Thanksgiving Social-- K. of C. Hall--auspices St. Cath- erine's parish. Nov. 24 -- Feather Party-- Knights of Columbus Hall---8 p.m. Dee. 26 -- Alumni Christmas Formal--Aquin Auditorium. Dec. 27 -- Dancing Party -- Knights of Columbus Hall. Galena Nov. 28---Annual St. Michael's HNS Amateur Show--Turner Hall --8 p.m. Prophetstown Dec. 6--Bake and Rummage Sale --auspices St. Catherine's Altar and Rosary Society. Sandwich Dec. 6--Bake Sale -- Insurance and Realty Office--9:30 a.m. -- sponsored by Altar and Rosary So- ciety. Spring Grove Nov. 24-28-29--Fall Festival and Feather Party--St. Peter's parish. St. Charles Feb. 17--Spring Card Party -- St. Patrick's Parish Hall--sponsor- ed by St. Patrick's Worhen's club. April 9--Spring Style Show--St. Patrick's Parish Hall--sponsored by St. Patrick's Women's club. April 12--Card Party--sponsored by the Alumni of Mt. St. Mary's Academy. April 16-17 -- Spring Rummage Sale--St. Patrick's Parish Hall- 9 to 5--auspices St. Patrick's Wo- men's club. Sterling Nov. 14-15--Fall Festival--VFW Washington--(NC)--An eneour- aging trend towards cooperation between church and stato during the past year was noted in the annual report of the Legal De- partment by its Episcopal Chair- man, Coadjutor Bishop Emmet M. Walsh of Youngstown. This trend, Bishop Walsh re- ported, was made evident by a number of Supreme Court decis- ions in cases involving religious questions. The Court, he said, had "reaffirmed the traditional phil- osophy of the church-state rela- tionship in the United States." The Court's decision upholding the constitutionality of the New i York State law regarding releas- ed time for religious instruction, the Bishop stated, showed "a complete change in the philosophy underlying the church-state" rela- tionship. The exaggerated secul- aristic philosophy of Everson and McCollum (cases) has been repu- diated." He added that "coopera- tion, rather than absolute separa- tion, may now be relied upon as a norm." However, he warned, while these developments "are most welcome, vet they do not warrant an un- bridled optimism, for the Court failed completely to refer to the parental right, which was really one of the basic issues in the case." Court cases which the depart- ment studied, in addition to those on church-state questions, includ- ed issues involving censorship of motion pictures, nuns teaching in public schools and school bus transportation. The report noted that, in the legislative field, Congress was somewhat less busy than in other times because it was reluctant to consider "controversial" legisla- tion during a presidential cam- paign. Among pieces of legisla- tion studied during the year were amendments to the Social Secur- ity Act and the Korean Veterans "G.I." Bill. The report noted, too, that the mobilization program, the stabili- zation efforts and increased activ- ity in the field of Selective Ser- vice brought increased work. The Legal Department pointed out that the proposed Universal Mili- tary Training and Service Act failed to spell out specifically an exemption for students for the priesthood and members of relig- ious orders. The department consulted with the Federal Security Agency* and the National Production Author- ity to make certain that Catholic educational institutions, hospitals and churches would receive equal consideration with secular insti- tutions in obtaining controlled materials for new construction under the terms of the Defense Production Act. The department likewise took an active interest in matters relating Acoustical Treatment No Job Too Large or Too Small 1353 Fourth Ave., Tel. 3-3322 ROCKFORD Fine Furniture and Carpets Modern and Traditional Styles to Correctly Dec- orate Your Home At Real Savings. House of Lindber Broadway Itb St. Rockford, IlL Maid Galena, Freetmrt~ IlL 6A Hall -- auspices Sterling Council, to the United Nations, and coop- Knights of Columbus. erated closely with other depart- Sublette ments and bureaus of the N.C. Nov I W.C. in their work. It performed 18-19-20 -- Thanksgivh~gl many consultative and administra- Festival -- Sublette Community tive services for Catholic institu- Building. tions, particularly in the fields of Sycamore taxation, customs and communica- " tions problems. Nov. 14 -- Auction and Bake Sale---St. Mary's Parish Hall--7:30 p.m. Seventh Prescription Pharmacy 530 7th Street Rockford I The Observer Edition November 16, 1952 OUR SUNDAY VISITOR 'Georgia Cracker' In Korea Became Catholic Through K Of C Ads With the 17th Infantry Regi- ment, Korea --(NC)-- One of the outstanding Catholics in this regi- ment is a young Lieutenant from the State of Georgia, said Father (Lieut.) James F. Madden of Phil- adelphia, Catholic chaplain. Enioy "He's a fine practical Catholic] er got his faith?" himself and he's very zealous for "H,,, ai,t ~,,,, ,,~+ ;+~,, ~-~+~,, his men's spiritual welfare," said lMad'~ien as'ke~v" 6 ............ the przest. "Knights of Columbus Corres- One day the Lieutenant said, pondence Course," answered the smiling: "Father, 1 suppose you're~lieutenant, a convert through the wondering how this Georgia Crack- J K. of C. advertising campaign. --FOR-- Building Maintenance- Steam Cleaning Sand Blasting -- Painting -- Bird Proofing Cross Gold Leafing -- Steeple Jack Service Call or Write Chicago Tank and 603-606 EMPIRE BLDG. ROCKFORD Tel. 3-7111 and 2-8382 Mobil Service Tel. ZA2-8382 oc or E. J. GALLAGHER PLUMBING & HEATING CONTRACTOR 1604 Huffmon Blvd. Rockford Rockford Standard FINE FURNITURE AT 1100 11th St., Tel. 2-5577 Furniture Co. LOW PRICES Rockford Coal and Lumber Tel. 3-5419, 1228 Cedar St., Rockford, IlL MILLWORK--IRON FIREMAN STOKERS FRANCES PENDERGAST Realtor -- Insurance Broker 206 Rockford Trust Bldg. Telephone 3-6780 634 Whitman Streel, Telephone 2-0361, Rockford, Illinois JIlt. BUILDERS OF GOOD ROOFS SINCE 1888 2501 Charles Street--ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS--Phone Dial 4-6795 ACE CHEMICAL CO. INSTITUTIONAL JANITOR SUPPLIES 619 Seventh St. Phone 3-$977 ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS '-FURNITU 218 S. Main St. 3-0423 ROCKFORD BROADWAY MARKET "THE FINEST IN MEAT" C. Andrews, Prop. 1536 Broadway Rockford, IlL WINNEBAGO AUTO WRECKING AND PARTS CO. 1050-1040 Kilburn Ave. LARGEST STOCK OF NEW AND USED PARTS IN THIS AREA Dial 2-0618 -- Rockford, Illinois Market BLAISDELL STREET MEAT MARKET KENNETH J. KING, Proprietor Wholesale end Retail Meets Phone 3-3313 1351 Sleisdele St. o [ Selected Fashions SEE ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS Phone S-1532 1413 N. Main St. Dairy Products Better Milk For Better Babies CENTRAL DAIRY 309 First Avenue 4-7839 COMPANY Barney's Hardware Point---Gloss--Sporting Goods Dial 5-4921 2417 W. State ROCKFORD PIGGLY WIGGLY Super Market Complete FOOD Center FREE PARKING LOTS For the Convenience of am Customers 315 N. Church 6th Charles 1043 W. State $448 N 2nd St. G. De Best & Son Monuments- Markers 719-21 West Jefferson Dial 3-5634 CO OPER'S Cleaners 926-928 W. State Tel. 4-0761 Rockford Office Equipment Co. Portable Typewriters Complete Line of Supplies 309 7th St. Tel. 4-9825 Tailoring JACK WALLER G SON Distinctive ladies and Mens Tailoring 1004 E. State Tel. 4-3121 Rockford