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FRIDAY. JANUARY 27. 1961 THE OBSERVER ' PAGE 7 |, T -- FAM,L C'+tN,q Mr. klr. 1 ;ThHcEdrR1.E~.ocPkAUL'i,a[~ni?i~t21;tnaP.a~ta?r at St James Pro HU~ ~an Says It's . " '-' " ~ : ~ " " on Oct. 4, 1922. He . lq attended the local ,rammar school and made his high school " studies at Kalona high from 1935 until 1939 From 1939 to 1941 10 l Jate oun r G, ' ~ VAiu~Ar~ uiix--tt~adio, i~l.~--~ vatican ci~y publication zo~ ne attenoecl wasmngton dr. tAOl- ~ J the first time has accused Cuban Premier Fidel Castro of serving ' " ~gj? merW:~h'n~:~n'tI;' Fatith:~ BY FATHER JOHN L. THOMAS, 8.$. communism. ~------:- -: Staies Army from 1943 to 1946 Assistant rrofessor of Sociology The Vatican City weekly, t Feb~----10 and 11 E Rumm~ ~-- --: /when he enteredRocHELLE" " " boras" Cortege,'" '/'[ ]ROCKFORIN St~ |&Bernadettel Prefec t,at. St. Louist University mirleet~ ]lp intedL'Osservat rell ~l~l iili~il ut thatdellaantireligiouslbD menica"ill freei ~eh~ rld' and t'nt provide' . II ~-- .- ~ Dubuque, In. He graduated from After raising ~even children and thirty years of marriage o t thei r d~ ad to La i America. H~-- :- -: .:- ~ Loras with a bachelor of arts in ~ t o r a am+in, vonntr Jrirl At fir,t h, Ib, d ,my prupaganud ~ ut auc.a~ u~ . I The editorial said that the ~"x"~2"" 12 30 Sponsored by the Catholic wm ld is not ripe for everything "'J o --~" government - corer heel rant ~~ Philosophy in 1948. His the log- iag he was attending evening business meetings. Now he argues and TV stations and that bish I nly thing that may halt the ~i~ ical studies were made at Cath- there's nothing wrongin taking girl to dimmer or to show n~. : ; -ICastro regime is "the prudent 'q ::::::;;':::':':':: 9 O~J~ idli3 t.: ct 11:: U dll~Al ~VUI KAt lUll-- " " l 7J ~~ ohc university, Washington, D. What can I d,? He just laughs t me when I tell him its not mr- " Itactlcs of communism itse f. ~~ C. from 1948 to 1952. On Mar. right. Should I tell file children? They think their Father is a Y." . I Communists, it said, may come ~~j~ 30 of that year he was ordain- wonderful man?" ' ~.n emmrlai in }he w,eeK y--tto think that the Premier's goat ~~ ~ ed to the priesthood at St +,4, written by Federico Al~essan-}is so excessive that it no longer ~~ Joseph church, Freeport by the drmi, an editor of the Vatl a [serves communist goals. Most Ray. John J. Boylan third As the saying goes, ~ool h~e an o1 ~ ~ooil-" A mar- City daily, L'Osservatore Ro-[-- Bishon ~f r~,~ l~f,~a ' ried man in his late fifties and a young unmarried girl make a mano-ideclared' I~'~ T .* " 1V n "~ ~r~in=~{~- "~,~,i ridiculous couple Cynics and the worldly-wise snicker know- ,r~.~. r ~ ~,~[b eS 1 vocauon ~age] - lng]y when they see them %hlle others regard them as pathetic Fry has served as assistant pas-I " ' " - " awaits there, our brothers, who~ DEKALB--The Rev Hubert - -- tor of St. Nicho]as parish } THE ABSURDITY OF THE SITUATION is not a mere matter are now the prey--for supposed]McGinn, chaplain of ti~c New- Aurora until 1957. On June 12, of difference in age. A middle-aged married man has acquired reasons of state--of a 'sorcer-/man student center at Northern 1957 he was assigned as assist-i [c!early recognized fami!y commitments, so that .he cuts apoor er's apprentice' who in the}Illinois university, has been in- - ant pastor of St. Bridget parish, l ifigure, as an irrespon.smie playboy or a gahant suimr mnce name of liberty is taking away/vited to give the invocation at ~,oves Park and two years later he was assigned to the Cathedral! marriages is out of the question, we must assure that the girl the liberty of a predominantlyithe Jan. 31 convening of the Imrish in Rockford where he is presently stationed, its either bartering her you!hful-companionship for a price or Catholic people who have trust-|Illinois legislature in Spring- ",seexing a replacement for ner fatner, ed and hoped in him' [field I [ BUT SUCH AFFAIRS ARE NOT MERELY futile and absurd. The editorial said that Pre-1-'~''" - ~4~m~. A,~.|f'~ ~l~lk|ll~ [ [They necessarily involve serious violations of justice. The mar- mier Castro ha changed hisli~i:~;~i{~}~:i~i~/~i