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PAGE 8 THE OBSERVER ,FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1961 Pope Dad's Concern C0nsidine's /For Son Leads Insurance Agency Kecrumnng Funeral Home ofc Phone 2551 Res. Phone 2861 i e e --Since+ ! 878-- Jn~.l Corner of Sixth and Eleventh I Completely Air-Conditioned [ l[[llr~l I Phone 2]2] -- Fulton, IlL ~'M~I ' "" " CO-DIRECTORS er~- ~-) . . J.M. Foy k Llewellyn Fay - I'~qml~ ~ | John O. Seesser I'ulton ~,Illino s RACTORANDBUILDERi ~Ill RVARD ITI O BusProgram ,l.tribu d o . / jOt Rel,g,ous L+ MOINES, Iowa, (NC)- . . One father's concern for his son's WASHINGTON, (NC) -- Peace~Church m the U.S.A. and Protest- cannot be considered m the same VATICAN CITY (NC)--New ICatholic education has resulted in CorDs director R Sargent Shriv-|ants and Other Americans United I category es those government lhorizons will ooen to the Church l a new bus program which is mak- er in a sudden reversal of pre-} for Separation of Church end]agencies that work with church-! after the ecumenical council so ling Catholic school attendance pos- ' |State. I ". [sible for many students here. vlous pohcy, has announced that] But other religious groups, like]retie,a groui~s'+h^ "^lic'" had not now )s ~ne ume to recrmt !he I David Cohea of suburban West the corps wiu sign no contmc[s the National Council of Churches ~nr]ver sa u t e yu y pr,ests, uromers ana sisters me ~ . : : J, . with church-relatcd agencies, the National Catholic Welfere ]been forced on him from other expanded Church will need. ]::Sn:xthna~sw~:3vh~': s:nlnI)u:n~ist Bishop Edward Swanstrom, an I Conference and the National As- ] sources. He also said the policy So spoke His Holiness Pot.e- /graauatea]r . o in ,June zrom' ~acrea" "' f N soclat]on of Evangehcals, had en might change at some hme m the Auxiliary Bishop oew York[ " " " "[ " " " John XXIII in closing the first [Heart grade school, he would go Serving rhis Community B,~/'~|l/'wr~n . counaged the denommatmns they futu e. " sold m a statement that member- " " + "t" "~ ! International Congress for Voca- ]on to Dowlmg high school, a Since 1896 : "w'e::7""" organizations of the Council of pe::::Ttor; cooperate win me re~at:Po~esm:: ::rmO::te3n~:~ tions. In the audience were more /Catholic school ~n.Des Mom::iher Me F. MALONE, I.e. Lumber I " ~ s ~ | uut transportat on---or, Voluntary Agencies will continue m Shriver conceded that FederellShriver's disclosure of the policy man 200 vocatmns experts from 261 life laek--wa~ a maior problem i The Store of Fashion) Company to give wholehearted support and agencms such as the Agency for of non-cooperation with church natmns, led by Valerm CardmalI Iv ;, ~+ ~ +~.o-o~ ~+~-- cooperation" to the Peace International Development do groups thet it was unfortunate Valeri, prefect of the Sacred Con- [for'tlae "[i'v~.~mile" tri;"were"u"n: i Ladies', Misses' and Children's Inc. e+.~.~ Rut h. a~Hed the-' feellsign contracts with church groups the Peace Corps had not an- gregation of Religious. I / -'.~++ Clothing--Dry Goods--Shoes @LUMBER Sre[retand even "" resent~nent"lf r the distribution of surplus food/nounced this stand last March or The Pontiff underlined the beau-I [av~31~:oleco'ntac~e3t~a~aDes Moines "There is no Substitute .PAINT " 1 v ~t va p,~zro earns ban on other materm [April, before church agencies, in- ty of priestly and Religious voca-I 1 Tranmt" company, and was told i for Quality" GBUILDING MATERIAL ooeration wLth church-related However, he stud, the Peace vested a great deal of time, man- trans. He stud they represent an [that sDecial arrangements mizht iDEKALB 12as East Locust s.o=e+."~^ ,Corns. would be dealing++ with non-, ey and energy in preparing to ideal for youth "which is worth l /be wor'ked out if enough parents ~, Tel. 6-4824 DeKaPo I A ril h Peace i ple not surplus food and hence t cooperate with the corps, living and dying for" ~ n p t e Corps s-[~--, . ' " 1 /were mterestea. ~ He noted the man fields of act~ Next he turned to the parents , sued a grade book deahng spec] . ~ ~ Y er from St "1 ~ ~:~+:i.~'"'~+~~7~ vit" for-riests and Reli~io i:/ TOUCH OF LOVE--Rita Jacobs, 9, blind youngst,I ' Iically w,tn me questmn oz Its ~ ' ~ sa,d'3' "Ally of these needs= callUS anu/out ~+~'~'T h llama* fn th,+ Rl']n.+ i ~erses" " Cit".s, N. J 'sees Santaf |Heto sendf undthelrmanYchildrenin' his areavm, buseagerto ml~~Tf ks~ relationswith church-related] ~ t MAN' THEY REST IN PEACE T : I through her fingertips as Sister Fabian stands by. A group o / " a encies i!~i~ " for atherers of the harvest It is ' " g I ~-" L" " -'~.- ~ neceg~sar then t "" T,] sightless youngsters from the home ]ourneyed to a Newark de- |Dowhng h~gh or St. Joseph acad- re . . ~ ~ - ~~~ y o smay and make er em The guide book which was ap-[ eve ' . / partment store for the pre-Christmas encount y. mt~gum.irrita.tions, use tool, m ' kf-r~ -a sed on to their ry ezmrc mat toaay s society ~ ~ ,/ On September 15 the transit r/~r.~ :,:$~ soothing DeWitt's liquid m proveu oy ~nr]ver, sala in par[:| The zoJJowmg c~ergy at me umcese oz r~oc o u p s UKe mat m me times of the" ~ " ~NTS'),balm-t givealm s~'nstantm "A project which meets Peace[eternal~ rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are requested for munaers ana ] I em,I Ilmlk E I~ I /company mlbated a specml direct relief. --,retormers at re-, IA 41,P lIP E.'l' b.Ill' ,service bus picking up students ~BeWitt'+~.~9~o~.+.~ Im Corps criteria and stanaaras wiIl/the repose at their souls, l . ~,---,~, B"B~, '~m-. r- t ,B B-, ,B mB t . . not be barred from receiving[Dec 23, 1918--The Rev Francis J. Hartmann, pastor of St. Mary n gmusoraers, wmnn.d those waD1 t~JVl|J V~,~ n ~titE mVVE |from several pacts m West Des ~ap?i~s:orCe?:~y ~i~es~:n~'i~:: ::~{w ~;~:ugKl~ :i{~!'li:~:l i~?t:!~dh:i~sh:~i~?~h~hob~? ~+ We invite our many Catholic friends to visit tThis" pohcyg p'tater" ""came under at-I Menominee.Blessed Virgin Mary chuc, ' '" :" ' Histti n of the ecumenical ou.ct,-/rrotitem: /O I'11 ,10 IllUIdllb ,] us in our new, convenient location. souls of Th s rvan s Th ury snows mat every cotlnCll/ reck, however, from such groups jGrant, we beseech Thee, O Lord, that the Y,3 as the American Jewish Commit-priests whom in this life, Thou didst honor with the sacred office he;~r:e~?nf ~ wed bY aneraof[ CLEVELAND (NC)- The aev. often we get the Job. Our clients][ ~ ~ Russell F. Brown & Assoc. tee, the United Presbyterian may rejoice in the glory of heaven forevermore. Amen. in w~i~t'atl~e ;nP~'p~Ua~tionteo~tl?hY]J hn Knapek, S.J disclosed here know the quality of our work and]l i~~---~----------~ ~ Our growing and experienced staff now can serve ~ Holy Sprat e ~ gen,~ra.~/that his mission is helping the pea- know+we build to the specifica-I[ It y.u more efficiently. " " nvenders o b o eratin- a cam tions called for" and heroic vocations.and gives the|pie of India y p g - II II ~ II ~'~ We have homes and sites in ALL PARISHES, i Church men who are suitable to/bination machine shop and con- All profits are put back into the I II ~ II /+~1 its needs. This prospect of faith| school, which draws apprenticesll Ik^/i~lk, '1 &~A ~ 110 North Church Street Builders of Fine Institutions S/nce 1925 and hope fills our heart with ~reat}strucu n ousm.ess. . from all parts of India. Fatherl[ ~ i~ ,The Jesu][ n~ssloner lS ass]gne~ expectations.' / " ' Knapek said that after three or][ ~ ~ (Rock River Savings Buildings) the Loyola Industrial school in four years' training they go backll flld.fimm m Street Level--North ~ .~ +Patna. to their villages and become: "Whell ":." i?++ . .i :{i~!}!~ H t he sch ~ a muna seed for the foundatmn of Cath ,t e sa'dtool "s '-," 11 flov0r /IJIN !/41NI ,'~,=wo I( olicism II ~ ~ ~~ ~~+++iii~+ ~ WEATHEREATH-E [ture l-'oint 4 program in :rEsell . =-----ill It employs some 200 workers, I,kes you ;; ONSTRUCTION COMPANY w R teaches basicengineeringto80ap- best t~ Gloria Brown i~ Jan Brown ilprentices and competes for all I/I " or~eK I O |[kinds of business projects. ~ I/I ~ "~ ~+Russetl F. Brown~~~~i ~ ~ ~:!~!~i ~ ~ " "~:: "When we put up a building, we !i: ~ ~i ~! ::i IUIJ/DI~Y.'I'tlid everythingfromscratch-fr m ~w~l~'~ Ill m ++ + + GENERAL CONTRACTORS ,R.A-, v El drawing the plans to building the ~ III Blue Ribbon Distributors ~ ~i: ::~+'~ ' i~+ :: il window sections," Father Knapek - ~t~Jtt' Ill Rockford, Ill. ~t~ ~~~ 100 Borden Street -- McHenry, Illinois Em~VER~ ;:~dis ~;~ner x~h:nn :rtb~dr, f;3it: Quality ~:r ~W COST II o +,0 ++ ++++ Gene'Hetfand Donn Anderson + Diaper Service Ill ~ ~ Roberta Lelghty~~i ~l IVAR FREDRICKSEN & SON, INC. Call Rockford "Collect" Ill John Knobe, & Son Contact any 1 GENERAL CaNT WOo~and $~5 Freeport, I11 Member of Associated General Contractors of America " I of our Red. and Com. Bldg. . friendly staff 7616 HANCOCK DRIVE WONDER LAKE, ILLINOIS ' "rl T Phone Wonder Lake 2361 IV-- lk,llllbi .Imb,1 ~.mvl,~ ~ Ruth Cahil' we 8-0408 Frank Donahue "The BEST Is None Too Good For YOUR Children" INFANTS' CHILDREN'SSUB-TEENS' ~ , ,o, s y.or, Russell F. "Brown & Assoc. N'C I.E 1 I~1 ~ Marian Miller, Owner ~ Realtors 110 North Church Street Rockford ~ Shoes and Dry Goods PHONE 4-4816 MT. MORRIS ~(~i]~ll)~l~ ~l~i~l~)~Ji~li~i~7~Ji~"~f~Ji~l~t~ ~ ~'~F 'In our Divine Word Semlnades in India, Philippines and Japan, we Ko+eo mm er for the pri A HY ARE VERY POOR cmd need financ help oontk ue --" TEAR OFF HIM TO REACH ms GOAL MAtt TO A Dependable Store Serving Marengoland for ever 38 Years 208 South State Street Ph. JOrdan 8-7731 Marengo, Illinoil FRED J. 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Broadway Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. Frank Santelli--Optometrist Dixon--110 East First St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. B. Rubln--Optometrist Sterling--21 W. 3rd St. Dispensing Glasses Prescribed by Dr. R. Cobb, Dr N. L. St Germain--Optometrlsts Elgin-121 S. Grove Dispensing Glosses Prescribed by Dr H. Mali--Optometrlst JOHNSON Aluma Craft Boats Skin Diving Equipment Everything for Above and Below the Water HARDWARE for Hard Water ED THORNE'S AND MARINE CENTER Open Man. one Fri. 8 to 8 -- Saturdays 8 to 6 7928 North Second Street Rockford CORPORATION Electroplatmg 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, ILLINOIS TELEPHONE: WOODLAND' 2-6451 Write or Phone Us fat Details on"J Estimates .I ATTENTION: ALL ILLINOIS Your NON-PROFIT OF THE U.S.A. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT For only $3.00 a month Catholic men under 61 can now receive $100.00 each week while hospitalized for any ac- cident or sickness covered by the insurance of our non-profit Society. Payments can continue for as long as you are in the hospital. LIFE- TIME BENEFITS Catholic women and men 61 through 80 get an identical policy at a slightly higher cost. You are paid in addition to any other insurance, includ- ing Workmen's Compensa- tion. Your benefits begin the first day in the hospital. alI at Iow ,non-profit rates il | |alllataalmimmammmiailmmm at m|,| |~m|immnilll|llillI i NO OBLIGATION i It You Are a Catholic and Live in IIIJno|g (PR 11-19-61) | s To: Holy Family Society, 231 Ruby Street, Joliet, Ill. : Please rush me FREE FACTS about the Society's NON- m. PROFIT health protection ~or Illinois Catholics ONLY. ) T am interested in: [] Adding to My Present Plan [] Fam!ly Group Protuction [] Individual Protection [] Income Protection s [] Low Cost Life Insurance I I NAME . : : ADDRESS : | | CITY STATE | I AGE PARISH SiRaiailmiimimmmim mm n m m im m i~ im m w mm mm w i m m m m m ~ m mi~ mm ~