Newspaper Archive of
The Observer
Rockford, Illinois
March 24, 1961     The Observer
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 3     (3 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
March 24, 1961
 

Newspaper Archive of The Observer produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




FRIDAY, MARCH 24, 1961 Reds Jail Priest VIENNA--(NC)--A court in communist-ruled Czechoslo.vakia has sentenced Father Juraj Du- raj of Zaskov to six and a half years in iai] for "jeopardizingI ihe esteem of Czechoslovakia [ abroad" by writing letters toI noncommunist countries p r o-[ testing against the perseeutic,ni of priests in Czechoslovakia, Prayers for Rain LOS ANGELES -- (NC)--Thei prayer for rain should be saidI at all Masses when the rubrics permit, ,James Francis Cardinal MeIntyre, Archbishop of L o sj Angeles, has directed. Southern1 California is facing drought con-I ditions because of lack of win-] tar rains. 1 Congress Seeking To Honor Dooley WASHINGTON -- (NC) -- Congress has been asked to authorize a medal honoring the late Dr. Thomas A. Dooley. Rap. Henry S. Reuss of Wis- consin introduced a resolution for this purpose (H. J. Res. 306) in the House. The measure was referred to the House Banking and Currency Committee. A similar measure was in- traduced earlier in the Senate by Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Minnesota. Rap. Frank J. Bac- ker of New York is sponsor of a bill to issue a postage stamp honoring Dr. Dooley. Dr. Dooley died in New York ranuary 18 of cancer at the age 34. He was famous for hav- founded and operated hos- pitals in the jungle of LaDs. A graduate of the Universities of Notre Dame and St. Louis, he also helped found MEDICO. TRADITIONALLY THE FINEST THE OBSERVER READING CLINIC, AURORA --A total of 106 happy chil- dren at Our j~ady of Good Counsel r e c e i v e d reading award merit badges recently for completing requirements in various categories of the Diocesan Reading program. (Top p h o t o) The primary g r o u p is shown receiving their first award from the Rev. Robert Jackson, assis- tant. (Center photo) The Rev. Syivester J. Eye, pastor, con- gratulates children of Grades 4 to 8 for achieving the first merit award. (Bottom photo) A happy group of youngsters holds s e c o n d and third awards presented by Father Eye. The first award requires the reading of 36 books in nine categories. The second phase calls for the reading of an additional 36 books and the third award is attained by reading still another group of 36 books, for a total of 108 books. The diocesan reading program under the direction of the Very Rev. Raymond J. Wahl, has been designated as the special concern of all parochial schools in the dio- cese for the year as an aid to greater progress in reading. Prelate Protests Arrests, Dares thmgarian Reds VIENNA --- (NC) --The act- ing head of the Bishops' Confer- ence of tied-ruled Hungary has protested against the arrest in February of nine priests accus- ed of conspiring against the state and has dared the commu- nist regime to jail him too. The protest was made by Archbishop Jozsef Groesz of Kalocsa, who was arrested in May of 1951 and sentenced to a 15-year prison term for "acts of espionage." He was granted "clemencY" and allowed to re- turn to his archdiocese in the middle Of 1956. According to re. ports reaching here, he has now stated in a letter to Hungarian Premier Ferenc Muennich: "These men have been my collaborators for years. I per- sonally assume responsibility for everything they have done. If these priests are convicted, then I should be convicted. I re- quest that you arrest me too and jail me with my friends." In mid-February, Radio Buda- pest identified the nine arrested priests as Fathers Istvan Ta- body, Laszlo Irkvay, Lasz!o Kiss, Gyoergy Leoley, Ferenc Csonka, Oedon Lenard, Oedon Barlay, Gyoergy RonaiDetre and Gyoergy Pecsi. It gave no details of the plot in which they were allegedly implicated. Other reports from commu- nist Hungary indicate that more than 50 priests have been ar- rested and are awaiting trial on various (,barges, including 'ifn- morality" and crimes against the state. MEMORIALS Since 1906 BOCKMAN DIAMOND R NGS ^ No e Fomous for Qua,y %# Diamonds Since 1892 n~.ler" "~F Protection" BECKMAN Aurora-Lohmann J EWELERS Monument Ca. $3 MAIN STREET 727 S. Lincoln, Aur6r(I AURORA Phone TW 7-7270 REPUBLIC GAS HEAT t 10rtuarits s.c us s Two CONVE.IENT VALLEY HEATING LOCATIONS IN AURORA High end Liberfy Streets As~; /or Bill Perez So. Lincoln Ave. and Clork Street 220 So. River TW 2-4090 ALL PHONES TW 6-7734 AURORA AMBULANCE SERVICE your earnings earn The largest dividends :in our history . . PLUS insured safety and friendly service. DRIVE-IN SERVICE t/ -I Concrete]Droll I/ ,or,o.o. I/ Concrete !/ Downer & Rivet Sts. AURORA, ILL. FRIENDLY & COMPLETE CO. i/ SERVICE SINCe 1871 DIAL TW 6-9714 II Memberot F.D.LC. DR. G. J: KNOTEK Optometrist ' EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES New Location Hours Daily &Sat. 9-5:30 Mon. 9-8:30 Closed Wed. 50 MAIN ST. AURORA, ILL. TEL. TW 7-1.266 because it's aged longer than any other beer L0rden led Sharpenler Dislribuling C0. Dislribul0r Dial we 3-5409 Dial TW 2-6419 or Rockford, IlL TW 7-5744---Aurora, Ill. Aur0rette Shop Ladies Ready-to-~ ear Meta Geisen, Owner See Our Col|eclion of Excl.~ive Fsll Fsshion~ in Dresser snd Sporttw~=r TW 2-0980 g 7 S. WATER ST. a AURORA, ILL. WATSON MUSIC HOUSE Division o/ Lyon and Healy Introduces with Pride A New and Complete Line of , ' Steinwa v Chickering " Everett George Steck Lyon and Healy Largest $electio. 5 brands; 97 clifferent styles end colors--no other store can offer you 'so wide o ~election! And every piano here is the finest quality avail- able in its price range. Satisfaction Guaranteed Our 95 year reputation for integrity assures your complete sotisfaction. You Can Rent a Piano Whether or not you're thinking of buying, you can rent at low cost. Ask your salesmnn. 1 t C Division of Lyon and Healy 6 Downer Place TWinooks 2-4100 Aurora AGE 3 Requiescant AURORA -- Mrs. Anna Wachen Free- St, Nicholas perish, March 17, Mrs. Adelle A, Carr, 63, Our Lady of Good Counsel parish, March 16 Mrs. Cecelia Miller, 86, St. Mary par- ish, March 16/ Mrs. Lena Hollering, 80, Holy Angels parish, March 13. Miss Margaret M. Plain, 70, St. Joseph parish, March 14. Christopher A. Ziegler, 68, St. Joseph parish, March 15. CARY -- Leonard J. Carey, 54, Ss. Peter and Paul parish, March 15. DIXON -- Mrs. John Pannell, 78, St. Patrick perish, March 20. Thomas Negle, St. Patrick Derish, March 11. Mrs. Prank Vileger, 50, St. Anne per- ish, March 17. EAST DUeUQUE -- Mrs. William Bre- St. Mary parish, March 9. ELGIN -- Kevin J. Sial, infant, St. Mary parish, March 19. Paul H. Garbrecht, 62, St. Joseph par- ish, March 17, FREEPORT -- Mrs. Walter Martens, 52, St. Mary perish, March 16. LOVES PARK -- Harold J. Russell, ~5, St. Bridget parish, March 18. McNENRY -- G)enn S. Shales, 66, St. Mary pari~h, March 1,t. PROPNETSTOWN -- Prank J. Maher, St. Catherine parish, March 17. ROCKFORD -- John Szrajhe, 68, St. Stanisleus parish, March 14. Theodore W. Crowell, 54, St. 1B~.rnadette parish, March 12. AURORA Association of Canada, She the association's first English- speaking president, RICHARD C A R D I N A ]b CUSHING, Archbishoo of Bos- ton, will deliver a Good Friday * * i the International Young Christ- message at a Catholic service BISHOP VICTOR I. REED, lion Workers has been named in the inner cou'rt of the Pen- Oklahoma City and Tulsa, has, assistant to the director of the ;agon. invited Catholic young menIEnglish-language Social Action,* * and women with "sufficient[department of the Canadian FATHER XAVIER WALRAE- knowledge, zeal and time" to Catholic Conference. VENS, a native of Louvain, Bel- volunteer for home and foreign * -A- ** glum, was ordained for the diD- missions. THOMAS J. KIERNAN, Irish!case of Masaka, Uganda. and * * * IAmbassador to the U. S madeihas been adopted into a clan of ARCHBISHOP ROBERT E.!~ St. Patrick's Day call at the!the Baganda people. ' SEN. HUBERT HUMPHREY of Minnesota has proposed a five-year program of construc- tion grants, aid for instruction and scholarships f o r nursing colleges "k qt .~ FRANK J. SHEED. author and publisher, will receive the 1961 DeSmet Medal of Gon- zaga university, S p o k a n e Wash on May 28. WILLY BRANDT of W e s t Berlin was the guest of honor of Gay. Nelson Rockefeller, N: Y as 100,000 sons and daugh- t e r s of Ireland staged New York city's annual parade along Fifth ave. on the 1,500th St. Patrick's day. JULIUS CARDINAL DOE- PHNER has exhorted Catholics and Protestants of communist East Germany to maintain their brotherly solidarity a g a i n s t their common opponent. .~ ~ "k * J MRS. SADIE BAKER AYD,[ 69-year-old grandmother of 28[ children, h a s been named] Maryland's Mother of the Yeart i961. i for i * * J ATTORNEY G E N E R A L1 ROBERT F. KENNEDY, ac- cepted the Christian Excellence Medal of Marymount college in suburban Arlington, Va on be- half of his wife. (She had tak- en their 7 year old son to the hospital.) STANLEY PIEZA, religion editor of the Chicago American and Chicago correspondent for the NCWC News Service, was honored by t h e Immigrants' Service League. SEN. STYLES BRIDGES of New Hampshire has expressed hope that whatever Federal aid to schools bill is enacted by Congress, "will be fair a n d equitable to all concerned," SISTER N. FIDELIS MC- DONOUGH, a member of the sine. Sask was elected presi- dent of the Cntholic Nurses' FATHER DOMINIQUE PIRE, O.P 1958 Nobel Peace prize winner, has appealed for greater amnesty for political prisoners in Spain and for guarantees that Spanish refugees might return to their homeland unmolested. C !~ A N q E ~ UT Z~ u Little-Known Facts [or Catholics !. By M. J. MURRAY ~ ~x=w.a~ ~l tl AY IMAGINR'r/o/V /g "~: '~,~t J y~ow~ 8/-n4 " := * ILLU/VlIh/ATOR$ OF J~ARL3/ ,: ':~ IM "I~EIR DELIGHTFUl ~IHI/4,~L FIGU~'E . "AURORA'S FRIENDLY BANK" Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Phone TW 7-8494 ALL HOME APPLIANCES Sales and Service--TV--Records Stereo--Wiring LOUNGERS A new concept in casual comfort for around the house, walking, shopping, driving. Whatever,you do, wherever you are you II love the gentle 'lift of the built-up arch, the com- fortable support, the extra toe room, the butter-soft ~~~ leather. Try them, there's nothing like them. For M EN: ~~~.Tap, Black or Brown ~==)~~ ' glove leather, ,S to 15, Join today with vour friends and neighbors who have learned that it pays to save a portion of their earnings each month at Improvement. Fully pro- tected to $10,000 by the F.S.L.I.C. Moil orders promptly filled. Add Local Sales lax end 35 Postog . grScholl .Sh0p 75 so. Broadway TW 7-6123 AURORA SAVINGS ins LOAN ASIOCIAIION IOI IAIINA i0U)I~AI| TWIN lug ;.till