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News Secttvn.--Page 4A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR-SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, April 16, 1950 St. Anne's society of Holy An- gels church, Aurora, will sponsor the annual spring card party Tues-i day afternoon and evening, April 18, in the church hall. Proceeds will be devoted to the building fund. Mrs. Carl F. Biever is chairman and Mrs. Edward L. Kifowit, co- chairman of the afternoon party which begins with a dessert lun- cheon at 1:30 p. m. Chairmen of the evening party starting at 8 o'- clock is Mrs. Marvin F. Ploger, with Mrs. Homer L. Fry as co- chairman. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the eve- ning's card games. St. Mary-St. Patrick's Parent- Teacher association, McHenry, is making plans for a style revue to be held at McHenry high school on Sunday, April 23. Nearly 70 members and guests of St. Rita court, Women's Cath- olic Order of Foresters, attended the banquet held recently in the Miami dining room, Sterling. Following the dinner, officers of the court were installed at cere- monies conducted by Mrs. Mary E. Coffey of the Clinton, Iowa court. Mrs. Coffey was accompanied to the dinner by another member of the Clinton court, Mrs. Catherine Dickenson. The committee named for the May meeting includes: Mary Kelly, Louise Yell, Mary Keegan, Er- menia Pignatelli, Marcella Furlong and Virgie Fitzgerald. Jack Sprinkler was general i chairman of the Easter dance spon- sored by the St. Edward alumni, I Elgin, at St. Joseph's parish hall on Sunday evening, April 9. Di- recting committees were: Richard Kroeger and Ruth Schultz, decora- it]one; Jim Reinert, publicity; Fran- ces Davey, tickets; Benno Fischer and Mary Karger. Children of the parish school en- tertained members of St. Mary-St. Patrick's Parent-Teacher associa- tion at the meeting in the school hall last Wednesday afternoon. Three seventh gTade students, Jae- queline Justen, Billy Weber and Gus Untl, presented "Tbe Train to Mauri" and two pupils of the third grade, Irene Thurwell and Carol Reinboldt, sang "You Can't Play in My Yard." New Appointments The Apostolic Delegation in Washington has announced the appoint- ments of the Most Rev. Stephen S. Woznicki (left), Auxiliary Bishop of Detroit to be Bishop of Saginaw, Mich. The Very Rev. Msgr. Alexander M. Zaleski (right), pastor of the Church of St. Vincent Consecrated . %..H:~ii! Most Rev. John J. MeEleney, 8.J., for the past six years Provincial of the New England Jesuit Prov- ince, who was consecrated Titular Bishop of Zeugma in Syria and Vicar Apostolic of Jamaica, Brit- ish West Indies. on April 15. in Holy Cross Cathedral, Boston. Archbishop Richard J. Cushing was the consecrator; Bishop Henry J. O'Brien of Hartford and Bishop Daniel J. Feeney of Port- land, Me.. the co-consecrators: Conceived By Negro Soldier, Brothers' Community Growing New York--(NC)--How an in- spired young Louisiana Negro, former First Sergeant Walter Jo- seph Pierre, founded a religious community of Brothers in the Uni- ted States for members of his race was described at a Catholic Interracial Forum here. The community, known as the Franciscan Brothers, Missionary Servants of Christ the King, was approved in October, 1948, in the Camden, N. J., diocese. The found- er, who has taken the name of Brother Charles Louanga, after one of the Blessed Uganda (East P New York --(NC)-- The 50,000- th displaced person to be brought to the United States by War Re- lief Services- National Catholic Welfare Conference arrived here on the U. S. Navy transport, Gen. W. G. Haan. He was Jan Zakre- wski, 30-year-old polish farmer, who was accompanied by his wife Emil]a, their two-year:old son Jerzy and nine-month-old daughter Alicja. _The family will settle in Fair- field, Mont., ~nd will be placed on a farm by the Rev. Russel Scheid- ler, pastor of St. John's parish in Fairfield. Father Scheidler has been responsible for the resettle- ment of 361 displaced persons, re- presenting home and job assur- ances for 65 families. Father Seheidler has a home near the rec- tory where he keeps the DP's for a few days before sending them to a farm. "You just can't walk into these Montana hills without being intro- duced to them and I like,,to make the introductions myself, is the way the priest explains his sys- IP" tern of resettling DP's. "It has worked out perfectly among the DP's resettledin Montana. I have met with 100 per cent success and it has not been necessary to make a single readjustment in all these resettled families." While Mr. Zakrewski represents the 50,000th DP brought here by WRS--N.C.W.C., 138,713 is the total figure resettled in the United States by all agencies engaged in this work under the Displaced Per- sons Act of 1948. Msgr. Edward E. Swanstrom, Executive Director of WRS--N.C. W.C., and his assistant, the Rev. Aloysius Wycislo, headed the group welcoming the Zakrewskis. oly Year Pilgrims Informed At Susanna's Rome --(NC)-- Santa Susanna's, signs and other travel needs at the the "American Church" of Rome, is Center. a busy hub of Holy Year activity these days, with pilgrims in large ~el[ #tt~agNei[ To groups and small, converging on Receive 1949 Award both the church and the Informa- tion Center at all times of the day. Of Catholic Press The special staff of Paul]st Fath- ers and their lay helpers are hav- New York--(NC)--Neil Mac- ing a hard time to keep up with the Nail, assistant managing editor of demands upon their services for The New York Times, has been devotions and confessions in the named to receive its annual award church, and for information and for 1949, the Catholic Institute of guidance of all kinds in the Infor- the Press has announced here. mat]on Center, which has been The award is bestowed for dis- especially enlarged and equipped tinguished service in promoting a to serve American pilgrims during better understanding of Christian the current year. principles in the secular press, according to Walter J. Black, There are from one to four con- chairman of the awards committee, lessors on duty in the church at who made the announcement. Pre- all times of the day and there are sentation will take place at the In- several Masses each morning with stitute's annual Communion break- ample opportunity for pilgrims to fast at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel receive their Jubilee IIoly Commun- on April 20. ion. Mr. MacNeil has been associated Some pilgrims of U. S. military with The New York Times since personnel from Germany have 1918, as telegraph editor, foreign made Santa Susanna's a regular editor, night city editor and~ since stop in connection with their tour 1930, as assistant managing edio of the basilicas. Having visited tar. lie is a native of Boston. the shrines and recited the pre- scribed prayers, they had their buses take them to the church where the Paulists were at full strength to hear their confessions de Paul, Pontiac, Mich., has been named Titular Bishop Lyrbe and Africa) Martyrs, served in the U. quickly and conveniently. Auxiliary to Cardinal Mooney, Archbishop of Detroit.(NC Photos) S. Army Supply Corps in Africa, Pilgrim priests are coming to Italy, Sicily, France and Germany. Santa Susanna's in every-increas- T 0 N Y A N I Born in 1918 in Crowley, La., ing numbers to offer morning Mass.,. ............. Brother Charles had studied at St. They are readily welcomed and ~.v~.~,,..,v. ~.v. Augustine's Seminary, Bay St. madeat home by the.Pauhst Fath- GENERAL CONTRACTORS = = Louis, Miss., prior to entering ser- ere wno.nave aaaed te.mporary a l- AND BUILDERS im. II ..~._ vice He conceived the idea of a tars to tne tnree existing ones. to ........ " " " "" vi it rs Hi h vnone /~cPlenry Ioz Ill iir~[] community of Negro Brothers, he ace.ommoaate tn.e s 0 ".. g. West McHenrv illinois ..... ~= oxnl*ined while in a ~rolon~ed air name tnus tar m tne matter oz - N w ........................... rai~i'in North Africa,~and immedi- Masses was the Sunday of March -- ..... ,-- e HarK--(;'~}-- Amerlcas In tins hour wnen tne neel ol ateb, wrote to Church authorities 5 when His Eminence Frane]s~ thoughts and America's hearts arel hating,, despots is upon your in ~he United States Cardinal Spellman's New York pil-I i ' . heads, he continued, "when the "ma e was here On that day ' ~:hk{:U~n~U;n~ing yoVuer YmUrey: terror of the noose and knot is ..JIBs proposal was turned over to ~00 M~sses were offered in Santa ,,prlng urove ~ravin~, for your deliver,, from lneavy upon your hearts, your own t~lsnop ~artnommew a. ~ustaee o~ Susanna's I persecution and enslavement," de- hoe~ge,ls not bankrupt ff your Can~denl~aW::fT:lcomedc:~md~er Several members of the Ameri-1 ~]o~oa w~ P.~.,~..~ ~...~;. ~.. I P " c reluses to ale to nape for : $ ' s- can colony nere wno snow tne city dinal .qnpllm~- l~hhi~h,,~ ,[hberatlon and freedom. Even m ed ham to strut h~s wink at once, very well, and others who know] .... "V~. ""7:". --*;-~-?-:e .,~lthis hour when the voice of God is with headquarters in St. Barthol- ~ho .~t,, ,,,,~ ~,,~,,k ~.n~rliah ~xeel I TIBBITS-CAMERON LUMBER INew Hark in ms broaacasg April v .... , - . ...... J .....r .....~ ..... : - P hi slle'nced m our churches our omew s Church m Camden Dur COM A Y over the Voice of America beamedI Y , Y . . , _ " lently have placed their serv~eesl to -eo,qes behind the Iron Curtain Ischools closed and your press mg the threeyears stay in Cam- I at the disposal of the Fathers for A.W. SCHMELrZER. Manatee ;, e . . . "lmuzzled, your prelates, priests, den, the Brothers were instru-lguiding visitors to the various ba.[ Fuel, Lumber espon@ng, to an inv~tahon to ]brothers and nuns jailed or exiled, .mental m brmgmg some 200 souls: silicas and other shrines in the city. I ......... . sena an ~aster Sunday message your bloodied brows remain un- into tne ~nurcn i PiP, rims are also finding' a cam ~ ~umoer sag nmmmg mine o ' ~ ~ " Cement Coal Feed and Points of hope and courage from Amer-]bowed. Free men m soul you stall At -resent the community, has Jplete supply of grade booksand| l elepho~'RJchmonO $b4 ice, the New York Archbishop's/stand, and free men you will ever membe~rs comnletin,, their nov]t] I good information on hotels, pen-t stirring message assured his vast/be, as long as your eyes look uP- ~,. ** ~.;,~,~. ~ ~' x ....~... ,~1 .... ~~ : audience in communist-ruled coun-lward toward God and forward t~- .u~^l~ ^'"~.'~ ~,"".'__'~-:.':'_-~"~',~-'_~I -- tries that "freedom is the death-/ward freedom. Remember that of~lr*~o~klyn~'~h*ey'exp~'tom'a*l~el IN _ I L ' less hope of noble souls and God|God your Creator, is also your their profession sometime this[ i J~l ~iil has bequeathed to us,, this priee-lSaviour~-for thosewho fail Him year The new group will under-I i~r111#ll~ UIIIk~ ~ess ner]tage oz nape. 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