Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on June 6, 1963 · Page 10
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June 6, 1963

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 10

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PAGE TEN ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1963 John XXIII Made Sharp Changes in Role of Papacy Exam Set At Jersey ville post office or be bona fide patrons of that office. Persons em- pioyod in that post office will be considered bona fide patrons. The minimum ago for these positions is !S and there is no maximum JKRSEYVH.LE — Postmaster jaw limit. There is a written test.; I Competition in this examination i I is restricted by law to persons Christian Aiders Meet at Shipman SHIPMAN — The Christian Aid- ers met Monday evening at the |Roy Baker home and the follow- standing committees w e i e Last of three articles Bj RENNET M. BOSTON VATICAN CITY (AP)—The man who succeeds Pope John XXIII will conic to a papacy significantly changed during his reign. To many people, Catholics and non-Ditholics alike, the papacy may seem closer now. The tradition that Popes seldom leave the Vatican has been broken Hesitation to receive Protestant leaders has teen overcome. Pope John brought the church to grips with the 20th Century- On Nov. 4, 1958. the day he was crowned, no one dreamed of the changes that were ahead. Then 76, the pontiff with the heavy features was appraised by many as an interim Pope. There were predictions that the papacy would remain fairly static until the emergence of a strong, vigorous, younger Pope. Pope John at once shattered that concept, and he conttnuc-d to sweep away the pieces a- his reign progressed. He brought the Pope out of the Vatican and the Roman Catholic Church out of the counterreformation, carrying both dynamically into a difficult, modern world. The major works that marked Pope John as a great Pope were his Ecumenical Council and Ins major encyclicals "Mater at Mag- istra" and "Pacem in Ten-is." The qualities that endeared him as a person were his sweeping mental grasp of humanity as a single entity and his utter unpretentiousness. He once said that he hoped his "single and title title of hon./r" would always be: "He was a priest before God and before the people, a true and sincere fnend of all the nations." The humble farmer's son had a difficult time at first adjusting to the papal or imperial "We" when referring to himself in public address. He would explain to an aide that it was awkward to think of oneself in the plural, and he often reverted to "I." Quips "Don't interrupt me — I mean us/' the Pope once joked. The new Pope of 1958 wasted no time. One of his first acts was to announce in January, 1959. that hs would call an ecumenical—or general—council of all his bishops. There had been only 20 before in history, the last in 1869-70. Pope John explained that his council would be a council ol "aggior- namento"—bringing up to date- designed to help the cause of Christian unity and restore to his own church the pure lines of early centuries. He labored hard the next four- and-a-half years to bring the project into reality. He set up an elaborate preparatory program to sound out the bishops' ideas and diaw up topics. He held'consistories five times lor the creation of new cardinals, raising the number from 3i to record highs of 74, 78, 85 and then 87. He brought in cardinals from distant lands where Catholicism is almost nonexistent and let every rfce be represented. He created the first Negro cardinal, th? first Japanese. Audiences He received 250,000 annu-i'ly in h.;^e weekly general audiences j that ran twice the size of his predecessors' audiences. In private audiences he saw princes and kings, prime ministers and potentates, Protestants and atheists — inelud- in!- Soviet Premier Khrushchev's daughter Rada and son-in-law Altxei Adzhub«i, editor of Izves- tia. No other Pope had ever received such a personality from the Soviet Union. The people of the Eternal City, vhich has seen virtually ill tin Popes of Catholicism puss di/wi: through 20 centuries, took Pope John to their hearts as their beloved pastor, one of their own. Crowds pressed in tight when over he rode by their pidx/.iis. Tl.e> shouted their admiration until it rung from the Forum's rui/is. "Long live the Pope!" "Long live Papa Giovanni!" And they chanted the warmest ol Italian endearments, the diminutive: "Long live Pope Little John!" entitled to veteran preference, named for te coming year by the Active military service on or after president, Mrs. Earl Allen; flow- Arch.balrl D. Nelson announced !junp 2 m - wjl] no , for itself , ^ ^ ^^ Jaynes and Mrg Uedr.rsrtoy thai applications aroicnialify as a basis for veteran Q L. Schoeneman; cards. Mrs. C. Mrs. Jerry Warren was given a| I surprise shower prior to her moving with her family to Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Marshall Halliday gave the lesson on "Loving Thy God and Thy Neighbor." Mrs. W. O. Kahl, Mrs.. Marshall Halliday and Mrs. Otto U. Meyers served refreshments. The July meeting will be held at the Austin Jaynes home. BUDAPEST — The European middleweight boxing champion, a Hungarian, is said to be thp only sportsman from behind the Iron Curtain who is allowed to earn money in foreign currency. for custodial laborer positions in the post office. Applications must be received or postmarked on. or before the closing date which is July 1. 1963. Applicants must reside within the delivery area of the Jersey- Applications much be filed with the executive secretary. Board of U. S. Civil Service Examiners. Post Office Department, Springfield. OSLO — Low -calorie foods are hitting the Norwegian market. i\ennein oreuwiser ana ivirs O. Matlack. The group voted to assist refreshments for the two \v of Bible School; to have shrubs on the church lawn s] ed and to not have a float ir Shipman Homecoming pai weeks t h e Sixth Birthday SHIPMAN — Mrs. Ralph Welsh entertained Monday afternoon at a party In observance of the sixth birthday of her daughter, Joy. SPECIAL FOB CHILDREN Doctor Wlklcr NEW HEALTH SHOE PAUL'S SHOES 121 W. 3RD, ALTON Better Quality CASUAL FOOTWEAR Women's Canvas $ I AA Oxfords It99 Men's Canvas 31 AQ Ciuuals, Oxfords.. Child's $2.98 $ Canvas Oxfords .. WESTERN SHOE STORES 804-06 E. Broadway 1.1 James were played and refreshments served to Tina Krause, Marian Davis, Betty and Kathy Breitwiser, Kay and Rickey Kahl. PLane Parts Freed BIZERTE — Several classifications of replacement parts tor aircraft will receive new duty- free, Import status in Tunisia, Rosewood Pet Hospital Dr. Ray Mathews, D.V.M. OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT. 10:00 a.m.—12:00 p.m. 1:00 p.m.— 4:30 p.m. Daily except Sunday and no afternoon hours on Friday. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT. Call: 259-6012 Practice limited Jo small animals BULOWAYO — Two prisoners testified in court here that they were let out of jail evei-y night to commit robberies and returned to their cells to divide their loot with a prisoner officer. They were arrested in their jail cell for their latest offenses. TERMITE SPECIAL Any Size Home $97.50 — ALSO — $1.00 PER ROOM To Eliminate All Household Pest* DEPENDABLE Tirmltt Control Co, Member of Alton Chamber of Commerce 2615 State St, PHONE 462-9647 Pennay's newest and greatest values ar« PENNCREST—a name you eon trust, backed by Penney's 60-year tradition ol reliable quality and outstanding service! TV sets! Stereos! Kitchen, Laundry Appliances with special Penney Value Extras! 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NO MONEY DOWN 7.25 A MONTH 139 95 All Fabric Dryer Holds a full 20-lb. family load of wash. Choose from 3 fabric temper- alureK and set the right drying time. Porcelain top. Special no-heat "fluff drying" cycle. NO MONEY DOWN 6.55 A MONTH 129 95 14 Cu. Ft. Chest Has all the special value features you'd expect J.o find in a much higher priced freezer. Adjustable cold control. Holds a full 480-lbs. of food. Kasy-to-reach top racks for the food you'll want right away. NO .MONEY DOWN 10.15 A MONTH 199 95 30" Electric Range Has efficient clock-controlled oven; no need to "wait and watch" while you cook. Dripless cook top, clock and minute timer. All SHicone oven door gasket. Easy-clean features, NO MONEY DOWN 8.70 A MONTH 169 95 THESE VALUES AT YOUR BAST ALTON PBNNBY'S Shop 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. MONDAY through SATURDAY EASTGATE PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Niagara Avenue

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