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Church Group Bungles Ties Wilh Catholics (Continued From Pogc fi) The National Council's general secretary, Dr. R. II. Edwin Espy, quickly repudiated the offending statement, declaring it was "not a statement of the National Council" and had not been cleared by the council's top officers. He wired an , apology to the U.S. Catholic Conference. Two days later, a revised National Council statement, eliminating the bit about Catholics being unwilling to finance their own schools, was submitted to Congress. There is no indication that the Catholic hierarchy has been mollified by this gesture. For one thing, Bishop Rausch notes, despite the understanding that the two organizations would consult each other in advance on public statements, neither the original nor the revised National Council statement was shown to the Catholic Confer ence.' "We learned of both of them through news reports," says Bishop Rausch. "The under standing we had was either violated or ignored. The fact that they proceeded, as they did without our being aware of it in any way is a serious rupture of communications." Bishop'Rausch says he does not, foresee "any resolution in the immediate future" of the strained relations between the National. Council and the Catholic Conference. Certainly, the idea of Catholic affiliation with the council has been put on ice for a long, lpng time. This kind of shooting-from- the-lip has been going on in the National Council for years. It is one of the reasons why some major Evangelical Protestant denominations will have nothing to do with the National Council. If the National Council ever dissolves -or '.ideteriorates into an .impotent •bureaucracy, its demise rtay. be ascribed to an overworked inimeograph machine. ;' ' (Continued From Page 6) Church School At Allen Park Vacation church school June 18-22 at Allen Park Baptist Church, 1701 Mulberry St., will use the theme "Missions In Action." Classes will be held for children from the age of three through adults. Sessions will be held from 6:30-8:45 p.m. Bach session will conclude with a joint worship service. Rev. Clifford A. Noe is pastor of the church. When you wash aluminum storm and screen combinations, check for corrosion. Scrub off berry. Clifford A. Noe, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 10:45. Guest speaker, Robert Slater. Training at 6:30 p.m. Service a>t 7:30 p.m. Vacation church school Monday through Friday at fi :30 p.m. First United Presbyterian— Prairie and Ferris. Kermiit W. Petersen, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 8 and 9:30. Sermon: The Ministry of Silence. Bethel Baptistl-1196 N. Academy.' Robert K. C. Pauilson, pastor. Broadcast over WAIK at 8:05. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:45. Guest speakr er, Rev. Mervin Rosell. Junior high youth at 5:30 p.m. Youth night at 7 p.m. Speaker, Dave Snyder. Senior high youth at 8 p.m. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Midsummer Festival Thursday at 7 p.m. Broadcast over WAIK daily at 1:05 p.m. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ af Latter Day Saints— 405 N. Pleasant. Elder Lloyd Tripp, pastor. Church school at 9:45. Worship at 11. Speaker, Deacon Herb Cole. Women 's Department Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. Zioneers Thursday at 7:30 p.m. First United Methodist - Kellogg and Ferris. R o b e r t S. White, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 9:30 and 11. Sermon: What Did You Expect? First Church of the Nazarene —Elm and Webster. Floyd Su man, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:30. NYPS at 6:15 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Women's prayer group Tuesday at 9; 30 a.m. Wednesday serv Ice at 7 p.m.' Men's prayer group Saturday at 7 p.m. Faith United Methodist - 876 E. Knox. Kenneth W.. Goodieill, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 8:45 and 11. Sermon: Beginning a Study of the Book of Acts. Grace Episcopal—151 E. Carl Sandburg. Thad B. Rudd, rector. Mass at 8:30. Family Eucharist at 10. Wednesday Mass at 10 a.m. Emmanuel United Methodist— 733 Marston. Robert E. McDonald, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. Sermon: Temptation. Father-son banquet Thursday at 6:30 p.m. Vacation church school June 18-22 at 1:30 p.m. Church of Cnrist — 955 Lawrence. Glenn Blust and Ed :.ny you find. Use steel wool. Smith, elders. Study at 9:30. To STEIN'S For Mens DRESSER CADDY From Leo Stein & Sons, Inc. JEWELRY DEPT. 349 E. MAIN ST. - Downtown Galesburg I I Worship at 10:30. Service at 7 p.m. Wednesday, service at 7 p.m. Society of Friends (Quakers) —Meeting for worship at the home of Frank Young, 277 N. Academy St., at 10. First-day school at 10:30. First Baptist — Cherry and Tompkins. Carlton G. Christenson, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 8. Speaker, Rev. James E. Miller. Sermon: Conflict and Obedience. Worship at 10. Sermon: A Certain Kind Man, Broadcast over WAIK at 11. Vacation church school June 18-22. Calvary Assembly of God— Kellogg and Grove. C. R. De Prenger, pastor. Church school at 9:30. Worship at 10:40. Youth at 6 p.m. Service at 7 p.m. Speaker, Don Whitted. Hour of Power Tuesday at 9 a.m. Wednesday service at 7:30 p.m. Central Congregational— Public square, Dr. W. Rdbert Murray, pastor. Worship and church school for pre-schoolm at 10:30. Sermon: You'll Be a Man, My Son. Broadcast over WAIK at 9:35. Mt. Calvary Lutheran — 1372 W. Fremont. John L. Stuebs, interim pastor. Church school •at 9:15. Worship at 8 and 10:30. Covenant — Jefferson at Dayton. G. Harold Ahilberg, pastor. Church school at 9. Worship at 10. Sermon: More Than a Father. Wednesday service at 7 p.m. Covenant Men Thursday at 7 p.m. Trinity Lutheran — Kellogg and Ferris. Constant R. Johnson, pastor. Church school at 10. Worship at 9 and 11. Sermon: Finding the Real Self. Vacation church school June 18-22 at 9 a .m. First Lutheran — Seminary and Waters. Ordell W. Peterson, pastor. Church school ait 10:15. Worship at 9:30 and 11. Sermon: The Father, the Son and the Holy Ghost. First Christian — Broad and North. Ralph Eugene Bennett, pastor. Chapel at 8. Church school at 9. Worship at 10:15 Sermon: Every Member Commitment to Christ. Farriham Street Wesley an — 857 N. Famham. M. J. Bailie, pastor. Church school at 9:30 Worship at 10:30. Sermon: God Speaks to the Hurt. Service at 17 p.m. Vacation church school Monday through Thursday at 7 p.m. Baptist Minister, Wife Will Mark Their Birthdays The birthdays of.Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Coleman will be observed at special services at Second Baptist Church, 305 S. Cherry St., Sunday morning and afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Coleman have been at the church for 21 years. Speaker, at the 10:45 a .m. service will be Rev. Eddie L. Mabry, formerly an associate minister at Second Baptist, who is a candidate for a doctor of divinity degree at Princeton University. .Special guests at the 3:30 p.m. service will be Rev. Willie Williams, moderator of the Central Illinois Baptist Assn., and choirs and congregation of Friendship Baptist Church, Peoria. The Rev. John E. Lohan ... will leave Galesburg Reception h Set to Honor IHM Pastor Rev. John E. Lohan will be honored at a reception and fare well party at Immaculate Heart of Mary Church June 18 at 7:30 p.m. Fr. Lohan will become pastor of St. Phifomena Parish, Peoria, on June 20. His appointment to the post was announced earlier this week by the Most Rev. Edward O'RoUrke, Bishop of the Peoria Diocese. Rev. Raymond Weimer, now pastor of St. Patrick Church, Camp Grove, has been named to replace Fr. Lohan. High School Director Before becoming pastor of IHM on its founding Aug. 1, 1956, Fr. Lohan had been director -of Corpus ChrisM High School for six years and also had served as chaplain at St. Mary's :and Galesburg State Research hospitals. During his . years in Galesburg, Fr. Lohan participated in many civic activities, including the Junior. Police board, Civil Defense committee, Carl Sandburg College advisory board and Knox County United Way board. In the Peoria diocese, Fr. Lohan has been in the boiard oif education and is currently treasurer of ttie Priests' Retirement Board. Fr. Lohan was pastor of the north side parish during the construction of IHM school in 1957 and the addition of four classrooms, a convent and a rectory in 1960. Costa High School was built in 1963. Massachusetts Native Born and reared in Springfield, Mass., Fr. Lohan received a bachelor's degree from Danisms College at Buffalo, N.Y., a miaster's degree from St. Bonaventure and completed his theological studies at Christ the King Seminary, Olean, N.Y. Before coming to Gatoburg, ha served churches at Bloom- •ington and Danville and was an instructor at Schlarman High School and St. Elizabeth Hospi tal School of Nursing. Methodist Women Hear College Student Cathy Pilcher, a Knox College student, gave a talk about her experiences, views and sightseeing visits in London, England last winter at the meeting Thursday afternoon of Emmanuel Uniitedi Methodist Women at the home of Mrs. Dale Johnson, 766 Warren St. Mrs. Jerry Ercgman, president, conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Johnson and Mrs. Harry Suydam were hostesses hr the social hour. Vniversalisl Women Meet For Luncheon The Association of Univer­ salis! Women met for its annual politick luncheon at the home of Mrs. Edwin Gumm near Galesburg Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Irene Adcock, president, presided. Each member gave an account of haw she had earned a dollar during the past year, which was then donated to the club's treasury. Two guests from Lake Worth, Fla., were introduced, Miss Louise Crissey and her sister, Mrs. Catherine Probsp. Plans were discussed for the club's picnic to be held in July at the Lions Shelter, Lake Storey. Bethel Shrine Meets at Temple Bethel White Shrine conr vened Wednesday evening, at idhe Masonic Temple, with 'Mrs. C. E. Walihan, worthy high priestess, and Milton McGilvary, watchman of shepherds, presiding. Supreme appointees and Supreme committee members were escorted and introduced. Mrs. Mary Davis, district deputy, was introduced, and a school of instruction given. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jenks and their committee. Galesburg Register-Mail, Galesburg, III. Saturday, June 16, 1973L 7 Winners - (Continued From Page 3) LAKE BRACKEN Golf play at Lake Bracken Country Club Tuesday was for low gross and low net. Championship flight winners were Miss Tedc Verner, low gross, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, low net; first flight, Mrs. George Dixon, low gross, Mrs. Guy Parkins, low net; second flight, Mrs. Joseph Tunzi, low gross, Mrs. D. D. Schreckengost, low net; third flight, Mrs. Gerald Fritz, low gross, and Mrs. Robert Coe, low net. Tuesday will be invite a guest day polluck at Bracken. Coffee and rolls will be served at 8 a.m. at the golf shop, with tee off time at 8:30 a.m. The potluck will be served rain or shine at 1 p.m. Food Clips... The key to successful baking is to use exact measurement of ingredients — use the right tool and the right method. If you're measuring liquids — use a measuring cup with space above the 1 cup line to be more accurate and avoid spills. You might also set the cup on a flat surface to check the measure at eye level. A little bit too much — or too little — can make a big difference. Dry yeast may be stored for several months in a dry, cool place. But — compressed yeast is perishable and should be stored in the refrigerator and used within a week, according to USDA. There are maximum storage times recommended to assure high quality in baked foods held in a freezer at 0 degree F. Three months for white bread and plain rolls, and eight months for unbaked apple, berry, cherry, and peach pies. Small amounts of vitamin D are present in egg yolk, butter, liver. Wedding Will Be June 23 Miss Gwcn Bruntmyer and Gary L. Stevens, whose engagement was previously announced, have selected Saturday, June 23, as their wedding date. The Nuptial Mass will be at 1:30 p.m. at Corpus Christi Church. Friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony arid the reception to follaw in the church social room. The bride-elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rcbert L. Bruntmyer, 486 Lombard St., and her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Stevens, 1559 E. Knox St. 'Handicap I 'e r so us' Topic for Program "Handicap Persons" was the theme for the program presented by Mrs. Harlan Bagley at this week's meeting of the First Church of God Women's Missionary Society in the home of Mrs. Henry Stamm, 1437 Lane. Mrs. Charles Meldrum presided at the meeting. Mrs. Homer Allen spoke on "Stewards of Time, Talents and Money." Assisting Mrs. Bagley were Miss Marie Pierson and Mrs. Floyd Riggs. During the business meeting the budget for 1973-74 was adopted. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Ice Cream Social ttdfl At Sutlnysitlc The Mothers and Friends of the Retarded Club held the annual ice cream social Thursday at Sunmyslde School. Prizes were won by Mrs. Elma Di Crispino of La Salle, Mrs. Hayden III, Mrs. Betty Campbell, Mrs. Pam Shlnall, Mrs. Hattie Oomstock, Mrs. Verna Douglas and Doug Derrick. The prizes were through the courtesy of Mrs. Nell. Logan, Mrs. Oscar Nelson, Mrs. Clifford Bowman, Mrs. Thomas Meyer, Mrs. Carl Mitchell, Mrs. Joe Connors, Miss Linda Erickson and Mrs. Clifford Magoon. The club will meet Thursday at Club 19 at 7 p.m. for a "Dutch Treat" dinner and meeting. Reservations may be fumed in to Mrs. John Erickson, Route One, by Tuesday. Lin Protection Keep a supply of clear gloss in your purse to use several times during the day to ward off chapped lips. I $J Private Property It's your right to have prescriptions filled where you like. Announcement BELT0NE HEARING AID SERVICE, INC. is happy to announce the opening of their new office at 314 Bondi Bldg. - Galesburg, III. Hours 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM Monday thru Friday FREE ELECTRONIC HEARING TEST IN YOUR HOME OR OUR OFFICE BELT0NE Hearing Aid Service 314 Bondi Bldg., Galesburg, Illinois Phone: 342-5166 Wm. Royer, owner Carl P. Williams, Gen. Mgr. ATTENTION • MERCHANTS f> DOCTORS • HOSPITALS National Credit Exchange of Springfield, III. Wishes to Announce OPENING OF OUR GALESBURG OFFICE WE OFFER FOR OUH MEMBERS $2.50 per Account Collection Regardless of Size or Age. No number Accts. Required. # A Monthly Copy of Our State of Illinois Credit Report Bulletin for only $3.00 per month. So Join Today lor Only $5.00 for 6 Month Membership WE HAVE OFFICES IN: BARTONVILLE MACOMB BLOOMINGTON MONMOUTH CANTON SPRINGFIELD Special Collection Service for Doctors and Hospitals If You Haven't Tried Our Service, Now Ask Your Neighbor -- HE HAS! NOTICE - No New Members Accepted After July 1, 1973 So Join Today by Colling: Mr. H. A. Lewis 309-342-0144 -- or Write: NATIONAL CREDIT EXCHANGE P .O. Box 255 Galesburg, III. Presently serving 60% of Galesburg Merchants fc serving over 2,900 oi all merchants. Advent- Christian Church Vacation Bible School June 18 thru June 22 Anyone thru the Gth Grade 9 A.M. to 11:30 A.M. Everyone Welcome WORST SEAT IN THE HOUSE It's no fun to be confined by a serious accident or illness. But it is comforting to know that an JEXm Life Major Medical Expense Plan can help free you from the worry of large medical bills. Get the facts from us. LAWRENCE D. JOHNSON INSURANCE Main & Cherry Sts. 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