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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - October 7, 1979, Albert Lea, Minnesota Kansas City terminal takes Over Rock Island min la Tim uni. Out two 1,17 Pope s platform workmen lifted sheets of plywood saturday As they rushed to finish the platform from which Pope John Paul la will celebrate mass in the Washington Capitol mall. Pope arrives in Washington continued from Page i it Celia re. The exclusion of women from the Priesthood and the irrevocable nature of the priestly vows echoing the policies and preaching of i prod cues soc Pope Paul i rut in his homily. John Paul in a manner characteristic of the compassionate receptive Man seen during his u s tour reached out to touch the disaffected with this Promise Quot no one in the ecclesia Community should Ever feel alienated or unloved even when tensions arise in the course of the common efforts to bring the fruits of the gospel to society around us our Unity As christians As catholics must always he Unity of love in Jesus Christ our lord Quot one cleric the Rev Richard Mccormick of Georgetown University. Said the Pope s statement on birth control would Only renew controversy for the 49 million la s catholics but he added a i believe one can be in a position of disagreement and still be a Loyal Catholic we arrive at truth by criticism and dialogue Quot and a group of Catholic clergy and laymen urged priests to Boycott part of tin Pope s mass on the mall sunday As a protest against the pontiffs opposition to the ordination of women As priests representatives of Catholic advocates for Equality could pot predict Friday How Many of the 2.200 Washington area priests will take part in the Boycott before Chicago the largest crowd of the polish born Pope s current tour was the i 25 million who flocked to a papal mass in a Dublin Park last saturday. I the worshippers in Grant Park. Many of them polish americans. Wept cheered and chanted a alive with the music the Liturgy and the song of the mass Many carried rosaries and religious medals to be blessed by the Pope precious gifts for friends and relatives the mass was co celebrated on a in foot High tiered altar by More than Tso Bishops from the United states. I Atin America and Canada outside a hotel near the Park about so persons led by atheist Madalyn Murray o hair marched in a protest against the use of Public funds and Public lands for the Pope s visit the homily the pontiffs Smith speech in his arduous u s tour. Was interrupted repeatedly by Waves of a Long live the pope1 rolling across the nearly Quarter mile wide Park at the end. The crowd chanted again stopping after three minutes when silenced by a Light hearted papal a amen a a the mass was the focal Point of a Day in which the Pope visited a mexican american Parish. Celebrated a polish Lan Guage mass at a neighbourhood Church and attended a performance by the Chicago symphony orchestra. The concert at holy name Cathedral provided another Opportunity for the papal wit after its conclusion. John Paul told the cheering crowd they should applaud the orchestra a i assure you. I am not the Chicago orchestra i am Only the Pope a he said Quot god bless you a the pontiff then resumed to the residence of Cardinal John Cody to yet another waiting crowd Quot hush i suggest you should go to Beloid them from a Balcony but they persisted and he led a chorus of a hallelujah. Hallelujah before bidding a final a a Good Chicago a record harvests of midwestern Corn and soybeans Are ready to go to Market As new management takes Over the Rock Island Railroad the Railroad crippled by a five week strike and in reorganization proceedings in Federal court has been taken Over under interstate Commerce commission orders by a management team headed by officers of the Kansas City terminal railway co., a switching com Pany owned by 12 other railroads. Freight traffic in the railroads 13-state system is expected to begin picking up As track and equipment is tested the Rock islands Only commuter lines which serve the tii Cago area were expected to be running today the act is to run the Railroad for Fin Days while a presidential fact finding Board tries to Settle a dispute Over a Union demand for retroactive pay hikes dating to january 1978. When the last contract expired the first of 4.300 striking members of the brotherhood of railway and airline clerks and the United transportation Union obeyed president Carters Back to work order and were on the Job Friday. A Railroad spokesman said. The end of the strike came As a Relief to Farmers counting on the Railroad to move their Grain to Market but it led to the fir Ings of the president of the Rock Island and five top operating officers the act had informed the six last week they would duplicate its management team so their jobs were eliminated said the former Rock Island Public affairs vice president. Chris Knap ton Knapton was among those fired Knapton called the firings Quot a gradual controlled liquidation of the Rock Island Quot he predicted that since the court appointed trustee. William m Gibbons has lost his own management team there was Little Chance that Gibbons would return at a later time to keep the line running besides Knapton the act fired Rock Island president John Ingram. Executive vice president John d. Mitros chief financial officer Burton m. Patrol chief to resign St Paul apr an aide to gov Albert Quie says James Crawford has announced his in Tendon to resign As chief of the state patrol Bob Anderson special assistant to the governor said Friday that Crawford had announced his intention to resign tuesday during a captains meeting Crawford will join a consulting firm training policemen in saudi Arabia. Anderson said Strauss chief operating officer Carl b setting and or Paul h Banner special consultant hired to devise a plan for reorganization All other non Union employees of the Rock Island were sex petted to be hired As part of the Start up program Knapton said the clerks Union walked out aug 28 and was joined the next Day by the Utu. The Union and the act worked out a plan last weekend under which the railway agreed to Call Back All the strikers and pay them the prevailing Industry wage during the to Dav takeover 2002 e. Main Albert Loa 373-2444 family night Ivery monday 8 .-8 . 2#0 off. Large pizza �?~i50 1## off. Small pizza bring the kids i now under new management country Kitchen aft Arf Glam mrs Bridge winners winners at duplicate Bridge thursday night included i Gnu Don and Maxine Anderson 2 Marion Mccutcheon and Myrna 3 Gen Leach and Luis Dillavou. 4 Oscar and Nav Maring 5 Mary Johnsrud and Ralph Dougherty 6 sue and Steve Morton a a memorials the Albert i a family by Quot has received memorial gifts in Honor of the following Saul Seltzer. Phev Mortenson and mrs fit Walton Hong Kong fire leaves 4,000 homeless Hong Kong a a fire Early today destroyed nearly 500 huts in a Hong Kong Shantytown. Injuring nine persons and leaving More than 4. Too others homeless a government spokesman said it the cause it the Blaze was not immediately know. The spokesman added sum clot Hwy. I. Linville in. Aam on i off Sali liquor Mon. I tues. Tits Maii of sirloin steak.4 in Width a f is whoa Cotter me Mart mom Sina citizens i �?oskisl�?Ts1 2� i adults $37 Chaoush 1 Stylo Reg lbs or cock ii a All Tho Bolt of Boom Yoo pm oat includes baked potato or hash Browns Cau to Christmas partus i i doing Ric. $3�5 appetizers Ort Chi lip Toioi a to of in a a it a Eft w Iii r awry feat fit twi is f my him Quot my top f in of Aam rap of a i Row nor my Clit two met rom it Troi trn Pofs a i to fir Toti or Bow vim it bin met of of we \ Oti or Daut Disser specials Ahrn map to mfg a to no Taw t or cd to safa r Arar a chokes Oil i St i Suppf i it Wren i wimp i of twp met la Rimmon it it Atis Friar St ill Myrix Hix Miu in i it id i in i a to Rita am my no i re ii i rip Rud i he Kir Mirn Tirril or mgt 1 Nonkin in ilk re a a Ida it i twas in an a no my. 14a45i. Aug Lea Aib people need people a of you need assistance of any kind. Please Call helpline 373-1507 24 hours a Day seven Davs a week if we cannot help a you directly we have a referral and information service help another adult learn the Joy of Reading you can become p trained Volunteer Tutor working with a non Reader or a Low level Reader on a one to one it Asis for More information Call us at 373-1507. Do you dread the boredom of a Mother Long winter1 would you like to avoid the feeling of i Cabin fever Quot that sometimes accompanies it9 find out what a going on outside of your Quot Cabin Quot become a Volunteer become a Volunteer on the helpline we Are looking for people interested in answering the phone in their Homes by helping others in some Way you will be helping yourself that s what it s All about a become a Volunteer Driver we Are looking for Drivers that twill take the time to drive elderly people to and from appointments with doctors dentists. Etc your giving of your heart will be helpful to someone else pick up the phone and Call us at 373-1507. It will make your Dav a cd clinic a open to anyone a with cd problems consultation fond interview absolutely confidential office open 8 a m to 5 pm monday through Friday All helpline 373-1507 do you know of an adult no Reader who would like to learn on a private personal basis there is free tutoring available. A pall us for More information 373 i507 a do you have More love to give share a few hours a week developing Friendship with a child from a one Parent Home who will Benefit from your relationship someone is waiting a How for a big brother or big sister Call the Myca at 373 8228 and ask about the program Carisch theatres Broadway twin 1379-7030 r restricted7 00-9 10 ithe #7 Amityville horror Broadway twin a 373-7033 r restricted is 2n we. 7 15-9 10 i National Lampman i 401 animal l401ltks2 a amp a cafe nightly specials 5 . Until g . Toub Choice monday tuesday wednesday thursday Beer battered shrimp Beer battered Chicken includes Choice of beverage baked pork chop with dressing Beer battered Walleye . Giblets our own special sauce Friday take out 0bdebs available 373-1921 921 Sibley on the North Side hours i . Of i a.m.-1 . Set. Doted sunday live in concert Dan peek formerly of the group a America Quot sunday oct. 7r 1979 Albert Lea senior High a a school auditorium concert starts 7 . A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a 5 Book your private port let Early thu year j i a a fed. A Brownsdale j 437-72m-m7-2s3 j an out of town ers View of Albert Lea. August 18, 1979 manager Countryside inn Motel dear sir last month As we were returning Home from the eat convention in Oshkosh Wise. We stopped at your Motel for the night. We feel we must Tell you of our impressions of the treatment we received the accommodations and of your City. First the Young lady at the desk was extremely helpful and pleasant. She made sure we had a room on the quiet Side when i told her my my band was an extremely Light Sleeper. We appreciated this very much. Next we Felt that the room resembled o room in somebody s Home rather than a sterile impersonal Motel room. We were especially impressed with the Maple bedside table As a separate piece not bolted to the Wal the Large comfortable chair and the Lovely Floral sheets. We have spent More for Motel rooms and less too since we re being honest but not one was As Nice As your establishment. Last we Felt that your City is one of the prettiest cleanest places we be Ever seen. Large Green lawns Mony children of All Ages playing happily together in the Parks and a noticeable absence of litter. Please feel free to use this letter in any Way you d like. Sincerely is a. A a f y o a in. Autographs he session i �2 . In record ii department at Montgomery wards tickets May be r purchased at the door done to miss to t 1 r v

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