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T'iilDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1961 BOYLAN night school”, RECEIVES STARS AND STRIPES—{A new fl. S. flag was presented on Valentine’s Day to thefioylanféantgaliCatholitz Iligh Sclrio’ol‘ihy‘~ the Fourth Degree Knights of Columbus of the RockforW’Assembly. Scli‘ool staff n‘lei‘nbérsrs students. Wand Knights participating in the ceremonies. leftn-to right. age PArenSong the; Rev; Attl.ha.ny',J.- Becker, "supcrv intendent; Paul Shales; Rev; Edward A. Wright, 'iiisti‘nctor:'L‘eoiiard chnei': James Law- Ier; W. .I‘..‘,.lv_lzurlaski, faithful. pilot; Edward h’l."'l‘1illyf," faithful navigator; iAdolph .Chiodini; and Zeno Gasparini, (Photo by Missi‘IAlicc ‘Mouldcrs: B‘oylangstudenti) ‘ .( . A ‘I‘ '. F" o ». u . ',; Placed: ‘ (I I. ‘ Rockford. S l st. MarylsHall, js't. JosephsiHospital.l Newman Center, , I l: Aurora =v 7‘ ‘ .9 Sterling . w“..- Dates? lM'ar'ch 12; 13. lSuancl March 12.33:, '15 and h7|March 12, 13, 15 and 17| Chairman ‘Mr. and‘ Mrs. Robert Mr: and l\v’lr‘s.}Raymand and Mrs. Robert Couple‘s: Du Kore , ‘Karthellser ,. . A? Chapinski , 'r iv 3‘ 815 'Buckbee ’54,!) Lincoln Ayenue 1'41; Bennett Drive" it. "A Rockford? Ill. . .{Aiirdrvartll . ': Roch Falls.‘lll. ‘ Sunday Priests : ; ' .' K‘ . I. "I " . I I: Rev. EidWard‘lT-Mc-L BengAmhur J. O‘NeuIIRCY-Jamgzo’i‘» Vandal"- : Donald ‘ . ' {I “.I‘.P~'h . ,Kétgggggi Half“ . ma. maxing-yamsin?“Eelgiagjggremivs :: ,.W:’§‘IFF_:L§ke-' “3' I nunpn, Illinois , Couple; ‘« -.v and 'Mrsnwm. W. I Mr. andtMrs.‘ Francis and‘ILMrs.fGlen V Speakers;- ' Lennon I h . “Miriam , I ‘ Kuchni V l". 1723 Bradley Rd. 4g095M-ohawk Rockford, 'llll- _- v Ricckford,‘ Ill. ———.———————————————_—.—.—r f4020 Crestv‘icw -. Reckford. 111,-. h; Dfite‘g?* ‘ John J. McHugh. MD. Richard E. Benjamin: “h” J'NiwfiDangu" ; Rockford, Ill. ’ , Aurora. 111., I; Rock F‘au‘s m: V . ,1 Joseph B. Perez, M.D. ‘Wii‘l. ll. EWcigel. l "i , Earner)... l Rockford,.m. ~ Aurora, my. I ». Ralph Redmond. -. , ‘ Sterling. Ill..‘ ‘ . ‘Fr1day Priests. Rev. William ‘F. Mc Rex/I Andrew J. mesa. Rey. Francis .J. Mo- Mahon St “J ,hrp _. I , roney St. Patrick Parish f ‘ Him” Chancery Office Rockford. 111. V 81“! -_ "Rockford. 11.1.. ' EX. 9-3072 (Mr. and TW. 6—5294' (Mr'. and MA. 5-3129. (ilk: and Mrs. Len Fox) Mrs. William Keck) Mrs. Will Kcnney) .. W0- 4-1815 (ll/teem, .Tw. 7-4457 our. and. .w .. Reservation Numbers : ,.. . . ' WASHINGTON —— C at h 0.1 i c youth» organi’Zations "throughout 1 the country will: observe ’March i18 'as‘ the tenth annual; Youth ' Government «Day. ' i . .lllsgr. Jaseph ‘EJSchiedcr, di— ‘ rector of the Youth Department, National Catholic Welfare 5Com f‘ereneei; ‘S’aid the bbservanCe is .being sponsored by the Dioce- san Section of the National Council of Catholic Youth. On Youth Government Day municipal officials will relin— quish their offices to certain jKorean Orphans SEOUL, Korea-Catholic Re- lief Services National Catholic \ For Evaeryoaq a ‘Pagel’s Rental ‘P'archaseTPIa'n ’ I‘ 3 -' Pagel’s FHA New Home Plan Pagel’s Trade In Plan * Pagel’s IO% Down Plan * Pagel’s Work Credit Plan Almost Anyone Can Buy‘a Home New Homes and Apartments Now Available Dare to Compare' . Welfare conference has found new homes in the US. for five ROCKFORD Construction ,Co. 536: Windsor Rd. .. gRo'ckfardi IIIH on W173 y 04 H a ." . 1.: . 'P- g . . ,‘ or, and Mrs. AnthonyiMisia p ' ’ Rev/Francis J. Bonnikd Mr. and-Mrs. D. Patrick I ,. William A. Nye. M.D.r_ ,3 , Santa Ruggcro. Rev; William McMahon (Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kennedy) . . . . ,. . . EMA.fi:lt§ti...er.,and .Wonder..Lake 4451. (Mr. anc ‘r's. Ken Fari-ell)‘ '.Mrs. Robert Pierce) 'MrsflBernard Wark-ins) in ' . DayT-Mar.. 18 ' THE OBSERVER BOYLAN PRINCIPAL PRESENTED WITH CLASSROOM ‘F‘LAgsrAfter the ceremony of the presentation of the large 1' oiitdoor flag at iBoylan» High Schdol, the Fourth Degree Knights- made 4a presentation. of classroom flags together ~-with "standards‘to Sister Mary Lois, 0.; S. 17., principal of *Boylan. atthe baSe oi the flag pole; After all theflags had been blessed .by Father Becker, the students returned to their elassroonis Where the Knights then :rplaced the individual ‘- ‘classroom .flags‘j with their Standards. (Photo by. MISS Alice Moulder’s, Boylan student); . ‘- I ' British Guiana T May BeCom’e Red Satellite—f-Bishop ‘ GEORGETOWN. British Gui- :‘anat—(N‘C )i—Continued attacks on'the Church are increasing the » danger that British Guiana will 1ibel<',‘orne a. communist satellite Lstalte. 'BiShop Lester Guilly, S.J., -of Georgetown has Warned. Thej‘Bishop specifically cited an anti-Church speech here by TU. S. leftist. Scott Nearing, in a pastoral v- letter \read in all ’church‘cs. ' E ' “Such attacks.” Bishop Guilly said, ,“bear. a striking resem- blance to the attempts of com- munists throughout the world to smear the Church and the cler- 83’5" :M’ari'an High School, ' 'j Woodstock 1; ‘March 5. 6, 8, and 10 . 2. . Route 2 ’ . Wonder Lake, 111. Sacred Heart Parish ' ' Sterling, 111, V Donahue, 301' Paris Ave._ Rockford. Ill. Mellenry, Ill. , ,_ 0pp0sition Cited The Bishop also noted again the opposition_ of government ministers to religious education, Earlier he had protested against the bill passed by British Gui- ana’s legislature‘to. nationalize 50 denominational schools, in- cluding three Catholic schools. , He: had also warned that Brit- . 'ish Guiana; scheduled to become selflgoverning this year, might become a communist state un .der the leadership of Cheddi J a- gan. who heads the present Marxistoriented People’s Pro- gressive party government. ‘ "Tyranny and Sham” Referringto government‘oppo- sition to [religious education, Bishop Guilly said that self-gov— ernment will 'T‘be nothing else but a' tyranny {and a sham” if individual and parental rights are not respected. He urged all Catholics to re- cite the Rosary and attend Mass Wonder; Lake, 111. St. Patrick Parish I» Rockford, Ill. ‘- Crystal Lake 459-3775 ' MTSQAntliony Misiak) ,. "elected and appointed. persons who will assume authority for- Vone“ day. ‘Its purpose is to edu- cate "and encourage youth in- :their‘_moral. and civic responsi- Zbilities and to display confidence 'in the ability" and character .‘of‘ youth by entrusting to them the direction of local government for' one day, the Monsignor explain- ed. He said further information may be obtained from the Na- tional Council of Catholic Youth, cherTOIet; :- g‘ .. daily “that God may protect the Church and our country from the evils which threaten." British Guiana is a British Colony the size of Idaho located on the northeast coast of South America. Of its 550,000 people. 258,000 are of East Indian dc- scent. most of whom are Hindus. .1312 Mass. Ave, N.W., Washing- ton 5, DC. Find U. S. Homes more Korean orphans. all girls. They will go to homes in Grand Blanc. Mich: Stockton. Calif; Oneida, N. Y.: Railway, N. J.; and Patterson, Calif. 160,000 Protestants_ There are 76,000 Catholics and , ROCHELLE . .' .Pjesuth’s ._ Home Interiors I "418 Lincoln HwyF—Phone loot—Rochell- Point-—-Waleepcn—Dmpcrics—Rods Carpeting—Aluminum Windows and Awnings Bishop Cut Off Air by ed Loyola university, Chicago. WASHINGTON _ The bishop' who heads the’ Church in the minican Republic was cut off the air when he told his people that reports in the government- Tcontrolled press and radio of the country are untrustworthy. Bishop Thomas F. Reilly, C. Ss. R., PrelategNullius of San Juan de ’la? Maguana. spoke (Feb. 12) at the Sunday morning 7 o'clock Mass, which is regular- ly broadcast over the local ra- dio station. - The Boston-born Redemptorist' had already spoken at the 6 o’clock Mass. His sermon was primarily devoted to the ap; proach of Lent, but 'he made a brief reference to the press and radio. He also. charged that the regime had not complied with the six—point request the Bishops of the Dominican Republic made to Ge’neralissimo Rafael Trujillo on January 10 to "end the. current anti-Catholic cam. paign.” Bishop Reilly alsotold his peo- le that the Bishops had refused the government. request that Generali3simo Trujillo be grant- ed the title “Benefactor of the Church." ‘ The- Dominican press and 1a dio had been conducting a ma— jor propaganda campaign to have the generalissimo accord- ed a title by the Church, com- parable to his civil title of “Benefactor of the Country and Father of the New Nation.” The Bishops on February 6 sent a joint letter- to President Joaquin .Balag'uer stating they could not grant or recommend such a title. But when Bishop Reilly spoke, six days later, the press and radio had made no mention of the refusal. The San Juan radio station, evidently alerted to what the Bishop had said at the 6 o’clock Ma-..,' cut him off the air when he came to the part of the ad- dress which dealt with the press and radio, the regime‘s failure to comply with the Bishops’ re- quests, and the refusal of the southwestern. part of the D04ItheOIOgy Studies‘ Idained by the Most Rev. Ed- PAGE 7 MEET THE CLERGY THE REV. RAYMOND PATRICK GORDON was born in Chicago on August 26, 1907, the son of Henry and Helen Waldron Gordon. He graduated from St. Ignatius high school and attend- ‘ He studied philosophy at_ Ken- rick Seminary, Webster Groves, Mo., where he also took his He was or- ward F. Hoban, then Bishop of ‘Rockford at St. James Pro-Ca- thedral on June 10, 1933. He served briefly at St. Joseph Church, Richmond before being assigned to St. James Pro-Ca- thedral, Rockford where he served until being assigned to establish St. Bridget parish. Loves Park where hehasiserved since as pastor. Father Gordon served as diocesan directOr of the Confratcrnity of Christian Dactrine until 1958 'when he was appointed Promoter Iustitiae—Diocesan Tribunal. t ’MAY THEY REST IN PEACE t The following clergy of the Diocese of Rockford passed on to their eternal rewards on the dates listed. Your prayers are re- quested for the repose of their souls. Feb. 26'1934—The Rev. Leon X. DuFour. pastor of St. Mary. Tampico. died at Freeport and is buriedin St. Genevieve, Mo. Feb. 28, 1947—The Rev. Desire 'D. Miller. pastor St. Mary.‘ Sycamore, is buried in San Diego, Calif.’ March 1. 1939—The Rev. Daniel J._ Sheehan. pastor St. Mary, Polo. died in Orange, N. J. ' a: March 1, 1934—The Rev. Harry McClellan. pastor St. Mary. Huntley, is buried in Calvary cemetery. Chicago. March 4. 1955—The Rev. Charles H. Quinn. pastor of St. Mary, . DeKalb. is buried in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Aurora. . March 4. 1959—The Rev. J. U. Halbmaier, pastor Sacred Heart. Aurora. is buried in Mt. Olivet cemetery, Aurora. , . March 5, 1945—The Rev. Thomas Gilbert Flynn. pastor St. Anne. Dixon, died at Aurora and is buried in St. Gall cemetery. Elburn. Symposium—Catholics / Jews CHICAGO —- Interests linking U.S. Jews and Catholics will be discussed at a symposium here Speakers will include Sen. Eu- gene McCarthy of Minnesota. March 7 on American life and BXShOp John J‘ wright of PMS-- letters. burgh and Oscar Handlin, pro- Loyola university and the An. fessor of history at Harvard unis tille t0 GeneraliSSImO Trujiuo- ti - Defamation League of B‘nai versity. He was switched back on the air .when he returned to the subject of Lent. Joint Meeting ROCKFORD — The Mothers” club and Altar and Rosary sa- cicty of St. Mary parish will have a joint meeting Wedncs-t day, March 1, in the church hall following Lenten devotions. A A panel discussion on voca- tions will be presentde by thej; Serra club. Say You Sow It in THE OBSERVER . . . Because We Do It Best” .i.___.._.. -..__,._ - J. 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