Galesburg Register-Mail from Galesburg, Illinois on July 15, 1963 · Page 3
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Galesburg, Illinois
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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g, r I Htm Galesbur 5 ate s tfettd Pleads CHICAGO (UPI) Sam OPENS CENTENNIAL CELEBRATION - Bishop John B. Franz Immaculate Conception Church, Monmouth; Rev. John Horan, St. of Peoria is shown Sunday morning in the procession into St. Pat- Patrick's pastor, qnd Very Rev. Msgr. R. G. Peters, editor of rick's Church for Solemn High Mass to mark the opening of the Peoria edition of The Register, official diocesan publication, celebration of the centennial of the parish. Pictured with the (Register-Mail photo by Phil Turney). bishop arc, from left to right, Rev. Harold Prendergast, pastor of High Iigh ts Centennial By LEO SULLIVAN "To you of St. Patrick's and Catholics of the community, it ought to inspire you to'know that you will build the second centenary of the church in Galesburg," Bishop John B. Franz of Peoria said Sunday morning in his sermon at St. Patrick's Church. The bishop presided at Solemn High Mass at 11 o'clock which opened the centennial celebration of the parish, Rev. P. J. Convery of Seymour, a former pastor, was celebrant of the Mass. Rev. Joseph Mac Poland, present assistant pastor, served as deacon and Rev. Francis Oman, a former assistant pastor and now pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, Abingdon, was sub- deason. Masters of* ceremonies were the Very Rev. Msgr. R. G. Peters of Peoria, editor of the Peoria edition of the Register, diocesan publication, and Rev. Richard Means, director of Corpus Christi High School and chap- "I J" , t ICE CREAM SOCIAL WEDNESDAY. JULY MAIN CHURCH LAWN ICE CREAM, CAKE or PIE 23c Sponsored by Til-M CUII In caie of rain, church bate men t lain of St Mary's Hospital. Deacons of honor were Rev. Harold Prendergast, pastor of Immaculate Conception Parish, Monmouth, and Rev. John Horan, St. Patrick's pastor. Assistant to the bishop was Rev. John Franey of Louisville, JCy M a native of Galesburg and the parish. Knights in Guard Eight uniformed members of Galesburg Assembly, Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus, served as an honor guard in the procession from the rectory into the church and during the Mass. "We celebrate an event that passed almost unnoticed at its birth," Bishop Franz remarked as he referred to other centennials covering buildings, individuals, and historical events. "We celebrate a battle that has never ceased. We celebrate an experience. That is what it means to celebrate a centenary of a parish." The bishop detailed what has grown from the parish which had its beginning 100 years, ago. He mentioned, in addition to St. Patrick's Church, St. Joseph's School, located within the parish, Corpus Christi Parish, Corpus Christi High School, St. Mary's Hospital, Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish, along with the projected new Fane/ China CUPS & SAUCERS for collectors (several patterns to choose from) Regular $1,25 Nice group of "HUMMEL-TYPE" FIGURINES . assorted styles (very special) Lovely Selection of Lacy DRESDEN-TYPE'' FIGURINES See this lovely selection. Large White CHINA VASES ... 2 styles to w select from, Usually $1,25 Air-tight "INSTANT COFFEE JARS" . , . practical and pretty, A real nice value. White Pottery ROOSTERS . , . trimmed in (only 8 pairs (eft). Better come early. Pottery SALAD BOWL with pair of servers (wooden salad forks and spoon included) these won't last long, Clear Crystal BUD VASES . . . just in time for the roses in your garden) unusual buy! Gay Artificial FLOWERS in miniature white wicker baskets. White China TV SNACK PLATE AND CUP SIT. Sold every day at $125 each. State Earns $8 Million From Funds Costa High School, named . in The state made more than $3 memory of Rev. Joseph Costa, million more on earnings from parish pastor from 1877, to 1885. fundg deposited in banks for lhe first six months of this year over Present at the Mass and at the | the same period a year ago. dinner for the clergy in St. Joseph Grade School were Mayor Robert P. Cabeen, Sen. Richard (Moohey) Giancami, reputed lop dng of the Chicago crime syndicate Who claims the G-men who follow hirtl around have .soured hjs social life, had a chance today to tell it to the judge. A dapper international playboy who served prison terms for moorishining and car theft, he has petitioned Federal District Judge Richard B. Austin to call off the Federal Bureau of Investigation agents who watch his every move. Privacy Plan Rejected Austin twice previously rejected Giancann*s plea for privacy. But on each of the other court ppearanccs, Giancana's case was presented by his attorney, George N. Lcighton. Austin set today's date in court to hear the complaints from Giancana himself. 'Td like to hear some testimony that I can determine the credibility of the witnesses," Austin said. "I'd like to have a hearing to determine whether such conduct as alleged here has actually taken place.'* • Lcighton told Austin earlier that the G-men were ruining Giatr- cana's golf game, driving his friends and neighbors away and holding him up to social ridicule. Illinois Towns Arrange Annual Festivities Festivities are planned this week in Victoria, Little York and Gladstone. Victoria's homecoming will be held Friday and Saturday, with a parade slated the first day at 11 a.m. and a baby contest at 2 p.m. Little League will play that afternoon, and Friday evening ROVA High School Band will give a concert. A teen-hop will also be held irt the evening. Saturday in Victoria will see horseshoe pitching irt the morning. An amateur program will be given at 2 p.m. and a variety program at 8 p.m. in East Park. Saturday night a dance will be held between 9 and 1 o'clock, with music, by the Pleasant Valley Boys, Meals wrll be served both evenings by members of the Methodist Church. Slate Parades A 4-H and FFA Fair at Little Yortc is slated Friday and Saturday. Among the highlights will Kathleen McGraw 6tl Friday and Irfna Ravenscraft Saturday. The Gladstone Methodist Church will also serve meals all three days. The Gladstone Homecoming, sponsored annually by the VFW Post of Henderson County, is held every third week in July. . be the adult and children's pa- Tassel!, and Saturday, William LaFollette. CLASSIFIEDS 1 Guests at Dinner Illinois Third In Enrolling R. Larson and their wives. Children's Night, one of the centennial activities, will be held this evening at 7 o'clock at the school. A concert and pageant will be presented at the same hour Wednesday evening, also at the school. Open house will be held Friday evening, starting at 7 o'clock at the church. State Treasurer William J. « • o i Scott said the earnings on funds t OrClffn htUCientS amounted to $8,272,059 through ~ June 30, which was an increase of $3,461,403 over 1962. Scott said there is $390,416,200 on deposit in over 800 Illinois banks, as com- CHICAGO (AP)—A survey by the Institute of International Education shows that Illinois is third A Solemn High Mass Sunday at 11 a.m. and a dinnerama at 5:30 1 one per cent. p.m. at Harbor Lights Supper Club will conclude the celebration. pared to $167,470,600 a year ago. Scott said over $205 million of the deposits are earning 3Vs per cent interest., and $185 million are earning 2 ] / a per cent. Last year $100 million were earning 2Vz per cent and $67 million earned only in the nation in foreign student enrollment in its colleges and universities. The institute reported that during the past academic year, Illinois had 3,935 foreign students, or 6.8 per cent of the state's enroll-!VFW Home, ment. Rescue Mission Plans Activities Galesburg Rescue Mission has announced services for Tuesday through Saturday. The following will present programs: Tuesday, Calvary Bible Church of Dahinda; Wednesday, rades, beginning Friday at 1:30 b J* TuT^ l^t^^ nm and LaFollette; Friday, Dr. Paul Jj i III# Classes for the adult parade are: Most decorated entry, most unique, most comical (or ridiculous), parade horse, saddle club entries, miscellaneous and 1 church floats. Children's classes are: Decorated tricycie or stroller, doll and doll buggy,. any pet, led, driven or carried, most comical (or ridiculous), decorated bicycle, and pony, ridden or driven. Livestock will be judged Saturday morning, and prizes will also be awarded for window displays. Women of the Fall Creek Church will serve lunch both days. Gladstone Has Rides Gladstone Homecoming will be held Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Village Park with the usual carnival rides and concessions. Program here also includes a parade, to be begin Saturday at 2 p.m., and anyone may enter, said. VFW Auxiliary ORAWMf, III. *A1»)-A Hm» editor has been given the Parish Love joy award for job? nalistic courage In ths tece of op* position that inducted bombing of his newspaper. The annual award, sponsored by the International Conference of Newspaper Editors, was received Sunday night by W. Penrt Jones, editor df the weekly Mid* lothian, Tex,, Mirror. Howard R. Long, conference secretary, said Jones displayed "civic responsibility and community leadership through the columns of his newspaper,*' Jones was cited tor having protested that high school students attended a lecture by a John Birch Society supporter, but were not given a chance to hear expression of balancing opinions. Long said Jones' position led to quarrels with the school principal, difficulty with citizens and throwing of a firebomb that caused $7,000 damage to his office. -Si ^ J ••••• -yl • - - 3M' • '; -uj- • -3 • 4 V .9. - i WITHIN MEANS ,1 FINANCIAL problems are troublesome at any time, but especially so at the time of bereavement. That is why we stress that the cost of our service is exceptionally moderate and easily within the means of any family. r .1 if • w 1 , it V' 1 * ' 1 E *T 96 North Chambers St. GALESBURG, ILLINOIS * T 'i . , r - r sponsors members will serve meals in the Mary Johnson is ESTABLISHED 1922 Baby Lifeguards LOS ANGELES (UPI)—The occupation of pool sitter, a classification officially recognized by the state employment office, is catching on big in Southern California. ' . The aquatic counterpart of the baby sitter gets $1 to $1.25 an hour for his labors. American Youth Visiting Cuba Drowns in Pool Ranking first and second were California with 9,907, or 15.3 of the enrollment, and New York with 7,856 students, of 12.1 per cent. The University of Illinois was third among colleges and universities with 1,369 foreign students chairman of serving Thursday, HAVANA (Upi) Warren Hill out of an enrollment of 32,088. READ THE WANT ADS! 20, Brooklyn, N.Y., was drowned Sunday in Santiago, Cuba. Hill was one af the 59 American students here as guests of the Cuban government. The students arrived via Prague, Czechoslovakia, in defiance ofa U.S. ban on t ravel to Cuba. READ THE WANT ADS! MEMBER ' FUNERAL DIRECTORS INSTITUTE n u H a uiim Jl B HI Ul u S IIBI in in in in s i<r Doyles Gift X Shop 319 Main Street YOUR CHOICE any of the 10 gift items listed on the left Only each SIDEWALK DAYS ONLY 4 * 319 E. MAIN Galesburg, Illinois new location (next to Klines) 1 :

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