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PAGE 10 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1961 Teens Honor Mary, Relay Bronze NEW HAVEN, Conn. (NC) -- Columbian Squires of the United States, Canada 'and Mexico are cooperating in a trans-continental project called "Operation Rose" to honor Our Lady of Guadalupe. AT JUBILEE MASS e "The priest is called upon to becomes a victim with Him. It tmite himself with Christ and give i$ his continual challenge to live his life for his people. Through from day to day so that this union ordination he becomes 'another Council Elects Scout Executive FREEPORT -- Frederick L. Beckmann, Scout Executive of the U.S. Grant council, Boy Scouts of America, will move here from Bay City, Mich after the first of the year. Beckmann, a professional Scout leader, has been employed by the Boy Scouts since 1942. He has served as Field Executive, Dis- e Ratings were given by the Logier of Decency when films were re- ,leased. Editing for TV nse could change their evaluation. Generally, however, Legion ratings may be accepted as correct; AI, general patron age; A-II, adults, adoles. cents; A-III, adults; B, objeetionablJ :in part; C, condemned Films were scheduled ns of press time. Those not listed were scheduled later o1" had no Legion rating. tPer poe.son, shoring twin-bedded room, Imund.h.ip El:oemmy CIm~ from New Y~k. St. Bridget's Parish Is Qualified To Take Care of Your Everyday Insurance Needs Office WO 4-5977 -Home TR 7-6402 KNABE-LESTER-SOHMER and WURLITZER PIANOS WURLITZER ORGANS (Music's Richest Voice) Used Pianos and Organs Convenient Terms Piano & Organ 330 South Main Street 221 West Main Street Rockford Freeport Open Monday and Friday Niles ;:~:~:i:~ ~;~!~i ~ ~:: " CORPORATION Complete Electroplating Ser. Authorized to Do Work on Sacred Vessels GENERAL OFFICE AND PLANT 121-129 SOUTH HANCOCK AVENUE FREEPORT, ILLINOIS TELEPHONE: ADAMS 2-6139 BRANCH PLANT 2500 NORTH MAIN STREET, ROCKFORD, ILLII~OIS TELEPHONE: WOODLAND 2-6451 Write or Phone Us for Details and Estimates ~VT-" ?=??:?:: :?22: ~ " ::~ : : ~Hn II 11 Meeting Room Accommodation We Welcome All Catholic Groups 4800 N. 2nd St. --- Hiway 51 N. ROCKFORD Nat~ew~ The program is one in a four- )art Christmas season TV series produced by the CBS-TV network in cooperation with the Notional Council of Catholic Men. I Plec~e send me flee Catholic Tour folders. I I Name, I Addre~* I I C;~- Zone S~ I My h'ave! agent ;s | I I sive efforts at reaching alumni donors, the private schools have had to double tuition rates since 1950, he related. Even this has not closed the cost gap, he said, and other way to preserve the freedom of church organizations to engage in educational work." The series is being presented private college enrollment haslJesuit To Speak on Dec 10, 17 and 31 on the "Look dropped from 54 per cent of the 'Dignity' of Mothers Up and Live" television program, total in 1939 to 41 per cent today. telecast Sundays from 10:30 to 11 a.m. (EST). QUALITY BUILT HOMES 3 bedrooms, 20x12 driftwood paneled family room, 2 car garage, built in caloric kitchen. Plastered walls -- Hardwood floors - full basement. We will finance. 3515 AUBURN ROCKFORD OFFICE WO 4-7885 MODEL TR 7-2046 Monsignor Horrigan was speak- ing to a conference of the church- related colleges in the South, a group of schools, largely Protes- tant, which he said are perhaps under the greatest handicaps of all. "I share with millions of my fellow citizens the conviction that we must be constantly alert to the grave dangers involved in the growing centralization of govern- ment and any reckless expansion of Federally financed education and welfare programs," he said. But he denied that "the State in The Roy. William Driscoll, S.J director of the Jesuit Seminary guild and Jesuit Mission bureau, Baltimore, Md will introduce the subject "Dignity of Motherhood" Sunday, Dec. 10, at 10:15 a.m. on WREX-TV. This program is part of the Sacred Heart Program series, "Woman's Role in Society, spon- sored by the Apostleship of Pray- er and St. Louis university, St. Louis, Me. Copies of the talk may be oh- rained by writing to station WREX and requesting Sacred itself is an evil or at least a sus- Heart Program 453. A Full Service Bank Serving since 1906 Member F.D.I.C. McHENRY. ILLINOIS BRENNAN CATTLE CO. Stocker and Feeder Cattle available at all times. We Specialize In Northwestern Cattle YARDS AT LANARK, ILLINOIS Bob Brennan, Mgr. HY 3-2300 KIRKLAND, ILLINOIS Mih Brennan, Mgr. Kirkland 2-3317 Agnes K. 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Before leaving for home you will spend 3 days in Paris includ. ing a day's drive to Lisieux, birthplace of St. Theresa. You will be accompanied throughout by a spiritual direc- tor-and a qualified tour escort while in Europe. Three whole weeks-only $1456.20 including round trip TWA Economy Class SuparJe~ plus a~ other travel hotel ac- influences and shines forth in his trict Executive and Assistant The members of the Knights Christ' so that his actions become every action " Scout Executive in Saginaw A-I those of the Master." " ~;.'~- ~ a ~o Sc,* Ex,~cutive at Alice in Lone Gun, The el uolumous youm group are car- mh~o --.~-~ Ordained in Rome .~ u ,o. ~ ~ Wonderland Meet Me in St. - wo[u~ wer~ ~eu uy Bey City, Mlch Air Raid Wardens Louis rylng ~wo roses some z,oo~ miles the Most Rev Loras T Lane dur- tiunareas ot par~smoners ann Comanehe Ride the Man " ~ t ome to the Down to Manterrey, Mexico,' to eele- mga recent sermon on the priest- friends !oined Father Bradley for Stable Tarzan and the N . . " ' " . ",' "" " " . " " ~ " . " tt[~ ,~;HOMAS~|NAY;O~~l~i 4-~/6021 li, ay rejome ml me glozy oz heaven toree.n[./[ ermore Amen" i NEW YoRKThe- profit am. w!!! b e .p~ es~(NC) Llterar Send mlnekee' ~[[; ' ~lee ~luos during a Solemn Mass offered by ' " g Y " ROCKFORD--The annual Christ- ~.III U.S.-Mexican border to Monter-t Father Bradley pastor of St. the Basilica of St. Paul Outside mas party in honor of the Augus- Accused. TheLady in Questtou roy, in a relay race. ~l~/'1 ~r~/'~ Mary Church, Elgin. Bishop Lane the Walls. tinian fathers who staff St. Them- ~r~tghatOgler heat~fO[enE~ie, A . The project" began in' London, ]/Igl I ~Vl !~// presided at the Mass. During the .jubilee Mass, the as high school will be held Thurs- BulletBrute forF rc'ejoey Man~aud'fromThe t Fullest Perfection Roy Burwell Beddoes St Thomas day evening Dec 14 at St Mary urn. wire me olessmg o[ a oronze I l~'!~hJ~!~l.A!~l~ Tnr] A t,~t~l ,~ " ' ",' " Bundle of Joy Colorado ~ ~1 ' e prms~ mus~ oe unrls[ to cnurcn, t~rysml ~ase, was as- church hall. cover G~rl Man on A rose oy .151sHop Jonn u uooy oi,Design for Tightrope lot 160 voices will be heard in his people. In his contact with sistant priest to the Bishop. The Snonsored by the Patrons chib Scandal "" "* London. The rose was flown bY lChicago,s Orchestra hall Dec 17~ them he brings the consolation Roy. Leonard Guzzardo, Sacred of t~he school ~the party will fen- Double Indemnity N~Viigh~maPedri~)a% ' ~nemy [rum Pitfall Trans-Canada Airlines to New wh and mildness and wisdom of the Heart church Aurora, and the lure a resentation of gifts to the TOURING PLAYERS MEET PRESIDENT--President Kennedy recently greeted the Players at an Space Rebel in TowR t~ en the St. Joseph college Glee Lord. In the administrahon" of the Rev Joh'n Re, an' St Patrick" ~.;~o Ph, vi.~.t ~tnr, t~,~,~informal recenhon m the White House ~arden before thev left for a six-week tour of American Fly By Nl'ght Sharkfighters Yor glHO anu me cnorus ann orcnes- ~ . ]. . ' . ~ "-'. '" . t" ,7 --a j, - . o High and the Sli~,ht C-*, ^' In New York the bronze rose ~ ~ ^~ n ~ a~;~ sacraments, ne is a ulrect m- churcn, Rock,era, were aeacons er of the organization. Leo Rich- military installations in Germany to appear before U.S. troops stationed there. Speaking to the Mighty, The ~Iurder ,~.~,h ; o oa ~1 ~,- S,~,~,w,~u- strument of divine grace. But it of honor. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. ardson nresident will nreside I president is the Rev. Gilbert V. Hartke, O.P of the Speech and Drama department of the Catholic It Happened on Tap Roots New~"s Yolk" Knights? of Columbus Ikee collaborate in a presentation is in the. Holy Sacrifice of the Thomas J. Feeney, rector of Co-operating' ~" " to' get out~" a good[" University of America, founder of the Players. The Players will present "A Midsummer Night's It?smA~venute Th~rdt~a~[~r' was acre'-ted b'" K of C Su-remei f Handel's "Messiah " Mass that the union of God and Sacred Heart cathedral Divan- attendance are the room mothers[ Dream" Dec 17 at Sacred Heart seminary, Geneva 5a~e~gTh TO me~:n ~s oz ~' Y ~' " hi . . . ' " " p,e the ~:arm ~ gni~,h* ~.'u= ~ ~ -,',~ ;,~nl The concert will be conducted s mmmter comes to its fullest port, and the Rev. Pasquale L. under the chairmanship of Mrs. Killer Is Loose Tropic Zone the roses with him to Dallas, fby the Rev. Lawrence Heiman, d?ryel finyr~cti n"' . . Ferrara of St. Ambrose coll:g~, Delbert Newton. Working with A A ILL ~A I~ II ~ LTd:Yee Escapes, U~emed Breed, Tax p g s moughtm re avenport were deacon and for the Congraternity of CPPS chairman of the "," her are Mrs. Joseph Kosinski l~V~ae~r~ll|~ l"r~ ~nr~i|rl~ ~ ~r~r~ilr~l~r~l .~, . . ~ oL. ou- "ard to the Mass the Bisho*" said deacon res"ectivel- The Revs ',= w .~m~lvvmav n tm an mvvm m~vv im mmvmum m m~m ml I wnrlsttan Doctrine congress there, se " "l . s,F, e y. Mrs. uur[ Alms, Mrs r'aul 5Jet-[ / I n In Dallas the roses were re-[ pn co! ego music uepartmem "In this great act, the human[Francis Moroney and Mark Weiss fan Mrs. Eugene Mirwald, Mrs. 1 ] Blood and Sand Miss Tatloek's ,'~ land associate professor of music priest is united with Christ andlwere masters of ceremonies ~,J.~.a Mr- Robert~r ~,F ! ~" -| " ] ElalfPb%Se d T'-- ~Millions laye~ [0 me ooruer, wimre ~omm-i . . ~ ~,L~;ua~u ~,u~, ~. ]g lq~ g A~llqPAI~ llAOAd~. ~ 'qLql*l l~A~qPd*~ J ~,u~ Jxiuing ttig, Honky Tonk Robbers Roost bian Squires from Monterrey re./Father Helman is also director Ankele, Mrs. Esther Dixon Mrs. ~i~| |~k, qJ~J~ll[Jiq~ [[/~|l[~l~)a| I e/~J~Jq~J~| ||~ I Johnny One-Eye SouthofSt Louis ceived them to begin the relaylof St. Joseph Institute of Liturgi- |~ ]. ILl r e. -| l A e l Warren M. Sparks, Mrs. Michael Kansas,City Waterloo Bridg race ti~h~i ~Allv:r n f ch :iu; M'ULdaer ~ P h e Off I leW r111o$ aT AIIClelIT Seroa and Mrs. Matt MirkeO!:ittieS(~' Marquette universitY, nroMli)WanUi Argt;s Pa~ri;kseJ~ 2~xO~,o LiMbe;d~l Clau~e~v::aKMiuD:mpsey~Lr~sl Ki~S o~T~y~)ao~w W~dva~a~'~t i byt.ne ,~snop~wu~uoon.n~gnschool tigUdesia' O SF professor of voice y s/ MARENGO: Clair T. Carney, Lukaszewicz, Olev H. Mathiesen, reWslSfoha~h~SSU:dl-~2 school cine. P P William D. GustaY~on, Janet A. Mm~strY of Fear "l ira nf ~t Inhn c Tnm cholrunderthedwectlonofSmter ear A total of 1441 student Retrace the steps land head of ihe vocal department g~'~k~lgll~U V| ~w e wvmum ~1~ /Vllilt~ Irmina, and .the St. Patrick Boys[come.from Illinois. [Engineering; Diane. M. Deneen, lLuke F. Matranga, Jr Richard '~'t . =.~ . nf Our Sau;nurl l of the National Catholic Music ' - [choir unaer me alrecuon o[ v.arij Students Irom the diocese and lLiberal Arts, and Philip J. lJ. Pyzynski, Colette A. Valiulis, IlV ~O t'resem v v,v,iEducators association The A1- LIMA, Ohio (NC) -- Recent ex-tthe Our Father. [Gartner. Mrs. Harley Schreiber[their schools are: ' [Welch, Journalism. [Francis P. Vella, Catherine[ = --~ vein thor l cavatlons at the tomb of St John One of the chapels beheved to ~s m charge of refreshments BELVIDERE Martm J Ma MCHENRY ~W~ i "o us "s comi~osed of 95 "," " " . [ : " . - : Thomas F. Bal- Wahlstrom, Jtidith A. Wilson and hurch s View WW~l [voices and the St Joseph Glee the Evangelist at Ephesus, Tur- have been the private oratory of ~ lloney, Journalism; Brian W. Man-ilowe, Donald J. Herdrich, Rich-lMary H. Zanocco Liberal Arts [A e ll/~I.V u~r'rl~ ' /club has 65 " key have unearthed remains of the ancient Bishops of Ephesus /IP~ [deville and Joseph P. Whalen, lard C. nerdrich, John C. Regner, Gilbert D. Austin, Louis C. Un Human Mincl rlUL! wrr.h [ The Ozches'r " l lan ancient baptistry adjoining the has frescoed walls which were[DOV. /V l nus ~Business Administration andlEdward F Samen, George Ver-/Bachrodt Michael A Cavataio i ~ arm I concer~ wtu . /~ Janet s D n ' " " ' ' " ' I~11 Irtl~llUIAl~l~ [ [basilica built by the Emperor[plastered over by the Turks at [ J. Wa son, e tal Hy-[gara and Donas L. Welter, Lib- John T Harezlak Jay S. Judge NEW YORK -- The Nahonal rll gll lWl UIl if o rimaXce Ser] s c~ mince p~er-[Justinian at the grave of the[the time of the Moslem conquest A~ V=e~,~ll~.~igiene, leral Arts' Cynthia M Freund Peter W Nauert' and Karl P' Council ,f Cath"li" TM ,u . n s O1 ~le ~wesslan o me . . . ' . . . ' . ', ,- ~- -~. ~.~- to the ~ [two ,~rou,~s The first Y, .^lapostle. of Asia Mmor, ~hen re-frescoed /"~|l I [ CEDARVILLE: Peter B. Wal- Nursing Mwlam Gas, Joseph Schaaf Busmess Administration; [sent the second -f i ~;,-,- ~4 [-, *~'--~-~' '- ~',~ ~,"~ ~ / The discover, was announced [ by Crusaders and again mutilated I i ~ - [ton, Liberal Arts. J. Hettermann, John h. Piotrow- Marietta E. Budaek, June E. Dil- t ~, o cs v~.rec HOLY LAND ~ [:~n;~;e~5np?m"ege~ec'~ a~:~ lherebyGeorgeB Quatrain 70 by the Turks. l:xtra Folrlt ] CRYSTAL LAKE: Maryann ski, Robert D. Regner and Johnling, SharonL. LarsonandPatri.' z'programsasareaffirmation [~::~.~1 ] ' " ' lot Lima a Catholic businessm~ The $1 5 million restoration of [Forbes Kathleen A. McGough J Steinbach, Business Adminis- cia A. Magnuson, Nursing [of the Church's point o[ view on ::' Thomas M Na Ion son of Mr " ~~ [ - " Y ' "[who is financing restoration of the tomb and basilica of St John WILKES BARRE Pa (NC) A Iand James G. Mlhtello, Llberal/trahon; M Rosahe Gilligan, dohn G. Connell, Marie M. l the human mind. and Mrs. t;arl Naylon St. Paul . . " ' "' -- Arts Journalism and Timoth T Mc Ma Hello and Robert L Reich n ~~~~ [,m.;~h ~ ~, ~l " [the shrine on his return from a lot Ephesus was started five years I bov without arms realized a lon~-] " [ ; Y - g " e-] The orogram, written bv Wfl- ~~~~/e, ~,o~, ~,y,~,~. ~,~u~ U~[month.lon~ conference with as-[ago at Quatman's exnense when [,:~^ ~.-.~.:-^-. ~.^-^ ~ ~.^^- ~ -~1 FREEPORT: Korea Sue Bauch [Cormick, Engineering. sperger, Dentistry; Barbara J [,~. ,~-'. 1 if , ~ me St Joseph Glee club o ,- ~ u u, ,c~ uy -uu ~ u, M " " ' "l"a"' xuy~n pmywrl~;m mm nuve~- " .~iii::: ::}~?:~i::: ~ " - - ' sociates in Turkey. he heard about the neglected bu- extra point for his high school edmal Technology; Susan C. ,MOOSEHART: James L. Cornlossl, Speech; Ronald A . ~!~ ~] Much of the marble and mosaic[rial place of the Evangelist. His football team . Grfffo, Nursing; Paul G. McDon-IOShea, Medtcine. Lesmak, Parker D. Meyer Den-/ist' will be shown on the ABC- ~i~i~~llll r*l I&A &A I1~1~'~/1~ III ba"tistr-'t, ~ is well ~"reselved, he ig al is the comnleter resurrection r ~ne pom~ um,'~ r~ul~ m a ~eam~.~,'" ~ l ald Engineering; and Joseph G /MT. MORRIS'. Robert H. Poi- nis, P Saporiti, William W. Stone ~TV, network at 1 pro. . (F T) oa [[ ~l[J/y||Y|ii'~lJq~ ,~) ]lsaid. It contains a large sunken[of the original basilica, as a placelvictory for Central Catholic High/rnG~L~en.us~ry' [rmr, Mealcme. ann Joseph P. Zavagnin, Engi-[Sunday, Dec. 10. ": a t~ ~a ~aniel a t~ensoa, ROCHELLE Henry A Kamm nearing Joan E Reltemeier, Ju S eclal hlm foe " [I I] basin into which early Chrmtlan J of pilgrim ge. ]School of Kingston Pa but it was / : / : " - ; ' ' -I p " ' ta~e on the re- ~' ' " D i ~~ II '~ It converts descended and were bap-I Spiritual director of the society [a personal triumph for Terry Na-! .ant s!ry; Terrance V. Bussan,/ski, Busmess Admlmstratmn; and l ianne E. Smith and Ann C. Topp, [tarded mind has been shot for the 21 days 1455.20t "tisedo he[' standingl in the watermad, z ~iSc MTurkishof sm'b rnrna Jose-hvmarP ADeScuffi'stohc pmrKOWSK" "i wno Has oeen armless taLineratkker, Engmeermg~rts" and James L Hou-|DanieIRocKFORD J Kluss, TheresaLiberal ArtsM Ab Journalism.schoenmg Mediclneand Frederick RetarPr grame by lthe Association for [] r~ ~~. D,AL,t " new d'scoverles y,' po " since birth. A ": ": ",'" d d Chi dren. A dramatiza- I the ruins of the real 6th centur of Asta Mmor H RVARD Curtis J Bullock i uzzo Marllynn F Anderson SAVANNA Suzanne L Miller Uon on the sub ect o ' Fly TWA from New York to ' g y " " Teddy, a senior has been man- nd : " . " ' : "," j f man s mere, Rome. Cont nue byair via Beirut [ P "- J~i~ I church include a row of chapels[ When rebuilt, the basilica of St. lager for the Central football teama Jerome E~rence E. Clausen, Robert J. Liberal Arts. . ory by Goyen will also be fen-, ed to Retain ry a, the [' / ii~ + UAV THI:Y DI:CT IM DI:ArI: + [could kick the extra points. The g' "" g; A. Powell, 1 ~ i "--- D~mdSea t'eM II ~ / ~" / sesMs sss-- n.-~s s,~ sb.'.' b ~ ~: ~ Liberal Arts- and Richard- ~ ,~, m ,n ountor/empta-I1 ~ l ~:~ /coach agreed and Teddy madeI I ] I/ ~,A, . ~ ~ ~ ,~ - -- r = . "IF 1 n Rock Medicine lion. On Good Frday partici-i To I /good on one of two tries as ~en- ~l~at~l~l~ ~ng~tA~ IAI4~ ' " . Family 1 " tral lost 26 13 ' /IGGUUIII I.uul.alUl) /UI SUBLETTE: Edward P Theiss te ,n the V,a Dolorosa Pro- Enloyment? U,i~W ) ll ~ " [ The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their/ " " ~ D~"; "" ' ' T i ~"" "Y' cession, the reenactment of the Ill THURS. [eternal r:wards on the dates listed. Your prayers are requested for ] eddy got a tremendous o:a~:: SY~A ) --whereon Easter Sunday, you tl~ 13 iDec. 14, 1939--TheRev-DanielA. Feeley, pasture' St. Mary church, [ To Be Stud ed This paradox in'higher educa-[and nossible toda-" he concludy L. O'Leary, Liberal Arts. Eileen WI[EX.r~ ossist at Pontifical Mass. I -. [ Aurora, is buried in Harvard. ~'~ '~t ~ f lion policy was described to col- !ed "~o ~rant to our federal ,ov E. Mentzer Medical Technology- "~ Grant, we beseech Thee 0 Lord, that the souls of Thy servants Thy~ V 1 ' " " ' " n / ~nac~ e e leaders here b Ms r Alfred Robert J 0 Leary Jacob M Pa Afterward, you see Nazareth, Ill [ ; i 'ffi IU ! y g Y g. lernment a carefully defined ~ut,- EVERY NIGHT AT 10 Tiberias and Tel Av~. Then fly I prms~s w.nom m, mls nte, ~nou alas~ Honor w re.me sacrea o ce.[ . F. Horrigan, president of Bellar-texpanded role in our total system jak and James P. Smith, En- back to Rome, where an audi- ]l,me glory o[ ~ ~ ~ . ". -- y. " college, Louisville, Ky . ]of American higher education. ~ineering. - ,= pnilosopnical WORKS OZ me ~viiaule He pictured the plight of the "I do not see this as a compro- ence with His Holiness, Pope THE NEW !Ages will be used to form a "~:mn private colleges in keeping pace mise with principle or an aband- John XXlII will be requested.You JOHN P. SREENAN posite image" of medieval ma with American school needs. Des- onment of the essence of tradition a nationwide television program pite increased grants from corpor- al positions. In fact, one might Dec. 10. aliens and foundations and in~en- well ask if in practice there is any