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FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1961' THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 Lou Bachrodt Vatican Daily! Named Serra Denies Truce District Chief In Hungary ROCKFORD--Louis C. Bach- VATICAN CITY -- (NC) -- rodt, first president of the L'Osservatore Ramada editor- Rockford Serra Club, has been ially scored reports of coexis- elected first governor of t h e tence between the Church and new District 38 of Serra Inter- the Communist regime in Hun- national, gary and said that "a great l The new district, formed by number" of churchmen are in six clubs in the Rockford dio- Hungarian jails. case, formerly was part of Dis- The front-page editorial, ini- trier 17, a Northern Illinois unit tialed by Frederica- Allessan composed of Chicago, Rockford drini, the Vatican City daily's and Joliet Serra clubs, specialist on Iron Curtain af-i The six clubs in the new dis- fairs, said that Hungary's "situ- trier a r e Rockford, Aurora ation" remains most grave. Rock River Valley including "How can the hypocritical Sterling and Dixon, McHenry administration in Hungary County, Freeport. and Elgin. speak of good relations between The Rockford Serra club will Church and State in that Court- install its new officers Friday, try when every day there is a May 26. Dr. Charles J. Weigel, new development in their op- River Forest, recently re-elect- ADULT EDUCATION GUEST NIGHT--More than 250 persons attended the recent guest night tpression against Catholics?" ed as District 17 governor, will ~ilf installing officer program of the Thomas More Adult Education center at Holy Cross school in Batavia at which the paper asked. the Most Rev. Liras T. Lane gave the main address. Others in attendance at the meeting were: "A great number of church- ~[rhe new Rockford officers (1. to r.) Louis J. Marrone, executive director of the center; the Rt. Ray. Abbot.Gerald Benkert, men -- no one knows precisely "MELODY OF ,SPRING"--This is the theme of the St. Anthony Home and School association's ~'re Leslie W. Kosloske, presi- O.S,B.; the Very Ray. Raymond Wahl; the Rt. Ray. Msgr. WilliamDonovan and the Ray. how many -- are imprisoned," i dent; Dr. Roger L. Rice, first Sylvester Eye. (Park Place Studio photo) the editorial said "No one has annual spring dance to be held at St. Ambrosia hall in Rockford Sunday, May 28, from 8:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m. Shown arranging one of the decorations for the association's final social vice president: Martin L. Mc- been able to communicate with event of the year are: (seated) Mrs. Jack Cerniglia, ticket chairman; and (standing. i. to r.) JamesFrankC Y" secOnds.St. Brophy,AngelV i c e secretarY:treasurer;president; Adult Education" Program ]lParents Cl b themarrest, sinCenot eventhe timetheir Offamiliestheir Mrs. John Cason, general chairman; Mrs, Peter Provenzano, refreshments; and Mrs. Angelo or their lawyers. Pegoraro, publicity. (Rockford Newspapers photo) forand threeC" T. years.Van Ausdall,HoldovertrUsteetrus. TOBATAvIABe Exp 250 T01d IP1 Dumer" The Hungarian regime mean- ~ [P1 ~uo~on ~anded'Gerald ~[~S Catholics the leadership of the Ulll l[ UtlUUIk tees are Francis S. Murphy for while has tried to impose on IN LATIN AMERICA D .tl. a two-year term and Dr. Eu- "-- Benkert O.S.B. o ' ' ', ST CHARLES--Sunday, May so-called "peace priests" L'Os- ~Thtrtv stx En ,hsh Teachers ~. gene T. Leonard, Jr. for a one- doesn't stop at the age of 21 oN addressed the g r o u p brieny~ " year term. 178 memoers of me parems' servatore said. The Red regime ~ / tyle ~now with the attainment of a di-]and welcomed them to the usel ' often points to an agreement club of St Joseph Minor Ser- ploma or degree, it is a hfe-of Marmmn facflltms supposedly signed by Hun-Needed as Paual Volunteers[ ROCkfORD--St atric a I Irate seminary wm serve a spa Soy You ~aw It |n long process of great and last-, The Very R e v.Raymond, ' ' - gary's bishops in 1950, in which 1 /tar and Rosary society is pmn- ' - ' h " ' . t g etU droner from 12 30 to 5 30 THE OBSERVER ing value to the individual and . . they agreed to oppose fully any WASHINGTON--(NC)--Thirty- Prelate Nullius of Guama, which|ning to end its season with a l r- , to society, action contrary to the security six English-language teachers[is situated about 80 miles /fromlP tluck supper, installation of of the State and condemned are urgently needed to serve as] officers and a style show- May A||~(~ With these thoughts the Most melem, WOUlO like tm-ee marrlea ' : r-lvutvau-I, ' wresponslble elements m the PapalVolunteers in LatinAmer- . 131 at 6:30 p.m. m the church ther~eV'mainL rasaddressL Laneat thedenveredrecent service of the Church with poll-ica a snokesman said here couples to teach m high scnools hall. In/i" ~ guest night program of t h e during the past year. I The drawing for an RCA-Vic- tical hostility to the State." The specific need is for 22 sin-fin the area and to promote Mrs. T h o m a s Hogan and "L'Osservatore said that only gle men, 8 single women and Chnshan family hvmg amongtMrs" Fred Pro are co-chairman ~V~|~' .'~ Thomas More Adult Education -Others in attendance were/tor 21-inch color TV and a Web- one bishop signed this so-called 3 married couples, according to th%pe" . of the style show which will be center h e re at Holy Cross the spiritual advisors of the jcor stereo hi~h fidelity Dhono agreement. The others did not]Carlos A. Siri assistant direc-, Mr: ~r~ sam mat two requests staged by Charles V. Weise Co. ~tAr-vr-D~ school. More than 250 persons ~ - ,~ " Thane More group: the Rt " " know of its publication, it said. ]tor*of the Latin American Bu- mr smgm men ~eacners n a v e Models will be Mmes. Edwm IV ll=in-l%,~ attended the event. Rev. Msgr. William Donovan, graph win I~e nela la~er in me ~ii ~iiiil~il~il Louis Marrone, executive di- who gave the invocation, and afternoon. rector of the center announced the Rev. Sylvester Eye, who] Tickets for the dinner may be PLUMBING . that next semester, which be- said the closing prayer. Iobtained by writing to the sem- And gins in the fall, the adult edu- HEATING cation program will operate in Following the program, re- inary, or at the door, May 28. -- two centers: at the present lo-freshments were served and The seminary is located just 278 BEACH STREET cation and at the Lake Street guests attended regular class off Highway 25. four miles sessions/ along with the stu-north of St. Charles and six AURORA campus of Marmion Military dents registered for the present miles south of Elgin. " five single men teachers ; '/' ' - " -- I Peru: TheFrauciscanMission-I [[DnRA I :rdar O Crhmatreasurer, Mrs. PHONE TW 2-3944 academy in Aurora. Following this announcement, the Rev. semester. " -- End of Series [ary Sisters of Mary would like ~ultv ~ I Assisting in the evening pro- l-~ er ~ 1 - eight young women to serve as]. gram were: Mr. and Mrs. Paul bOIIee ~ervea to ROCKFORD -- In the final teachers in their schools in Are-ll RALPH M. MILLEN I Seaman, in charge of refresh-T, program of the Sacred Heart quippa, Iquitos, Yurimaguas and ,l %/2,A:& I The Finest in Photograph,/ merits; Mr. and Mrs. Richard l