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Shn lay/:lune 18, 1'950 TI E )BSERVER EDITION'0F'OUR S t2NI)AY" V ITOR 1ffe'ws "Section Pdge II -- -- J., who detailed the contribntiou i# r~ ii~,@ [ m made by Catholic education to y ~;CI~I |lJ | I American political life and urged | . hi / f = I n n i the graduates to participate in n c~ ~c act~ lt~es Intact, BI0o0y weaz i ..... ..................... i Honorary degrees were confer- o~ .,~,TALLEM ] wEEK OF juI~E~ l~i Io Ju/NP5 z.~ [red upon Monsignor Powers; Leon- o~,~ ~,~t,~ [ KD'IH,Dubuque---1370--Monday through Friday. 4:15 to 4:30. Saered[ard Dreyfuss, State director of de- " ................... n Convent He ' Heart ~ro-ram l fense" Tames McMahon, president Beirut, Leoanon ~ t~b~--xne Walk Iron ~. mare J v 6 , ' case of a saintly monk, dead 52}died on December 24, 1898..... I KROS. Clinton .-1340---Thursday, 3:30 to 4 p. m., Ave Maria Hem If the Hudson. Dispatch Publishing iggars, whose body remains intactI The next year unexplamame | Thursday, 9 to 9:30 p. m.. Family Theatre. i~ompany, u n,~on ~zcy, i'~. j;, anu mid continually .......... exudes perspiration Iphcnomena, such as,. the~ mbappearance ] KSTTrom-t ~ , Daven,,ort---~ 750-- Sunda-,, 9"15 ..... to 9"30 a m , Sacred Hear~ i olrector ] o..osepn r.ol ~/, rlea rn,tne ve~erans~e~'v Aammdersey Wffixed with blood nab attractea oz a izgn~ arounu ms ~o , P P - ] "~ro"ram ' " wide attention in this country led the ecclesiastical authorities to ] Sun~a-,'l to 1"30 '~ m Ave Maria Hour l lstratin" open the sepulchral vault The j r ., :! A crowd of some 20,000 pflgrlmsl~_n, ~o well as the ,-arments were i WeFt, Chicago--1000--Monday, 8:30 to 9 am., D.S.T., Hour of St.[ Present Aae Is Twisted of all creeds flocked to his tomb [fou~n~d"lntact ~ The remains were [ Francis. | = :eh:tlSyt. M]~urnnC~ent ;:eAe~aY; ]transferred tea coffin, covered Witnht] WGN, Chicago --720---TWhe/a~e;da, 8:30 to 8:55 p.m., DS.T., Family [Out O} True Pattern, :t W." e.ek_ a" daily" average of 3,000 [cell.a glassIt wasandobservedPlaced inthata theenVebodyt ] WJJD, Chicago --1180--Sunday,,:" 45 to8 a.m., D.S.T., Sacred Heart Itara' Graduates Told VlSl~:e~ ne place i .... -- --- , emlctea perspiration mingles wz~n[ program. | T)~h~m~-- In T~T~** "W,~ Hw~ ;~ iI wz e off ever ' ..... "~*' "-'--'"'~'-- "" ........ Cases of allegedly miraculous blood which was'p d Y[ WJOL, Joliet--1340--Wednesday, 7 to 7:30 p. m Ave Maria Hour [ an age twisted out of its true pat- cures of both Chnstlans and non-|three days. [ Thursday, 7 to 7-15 p m., Johet Cathohcltern" Bisho~ Joseph M Gilmore Christians have been reported in| Father Charbel s process for|. Hour. ~I oz .......... r~emna, ivlonc, ~ota Loras:" ~oz-"" the secular ress Church authori beatification was begun on March Frida . 4 n ! ~ ...... ~..~*-~ ;.'^-~ ;- ~-'~ ~-~ p . -J ...... [ y. '/ to 7. 5 ~. m. Novena Serwces. z,~s= s ........... r ............. ties have so far given no official 4, 1926 The mqmry commission ...... [ " " ...... 24 [ WLBK DeKalb--t-1360~Sunday, 1:45-2:00 p. m. Sacred Heart pro.|laureate sermon. juagmenc In ~ne cases uowever,|compleceu zcs work on duly 't ' -ram the monks of the Maronite Order, it927, and submitted its report to[ .......... 1~2-~on':a an" "" dnes'a " 3- to8 45 a m ] ofAD~hb~,shp oLffe'BZ?;lfadJl~otr "~ to which the priest belonged, havelthe Sacred Congregation of RitesJ WLrU, La~aile -- z e---.~ ..a:y .~ weo y, th: o : " " [ ..... ~,~__' ..... r .... ,~ .... ; ,,__ -- . . . I. ~ I ~aEnolic priests /~mc i ma~s .z ~ue ~ura~ ~pcx cauea upon tne peopie Eo eonnnelm ~ome. I ,~ - " .o -- - '. ,, heir devotion to ,,ra,,ers and tol Pendin~ a verdict from the Vati-I rriaay, 8:30 co 8:4~ a.m., ~acred Heart pro- ] co open ~ne commencement exer- .... , gram clses avmd dzsplaymg any veneratmn of[can, Father ,Charbel s remalns~ ] ,, " ....... . f Our age has been characterized the przest until a verdict on ha|were placed in a tomb dug ate the[ WLS, Chleago--890--Sunday, 10.30 to 11 a.m., D.ST., Hour o It,,, a ,,,flit ,,f ..... ~o.-; .... n oo~ saintliness zs gzven by Rome [convent wall The case was re-[ I ~. ..... . . . [ umnsm has bred ~ts logical frmt Ab~Tha~ladeC~ledelmhn:khil~uFathl;/~:!r ~eat~i~rehUft!y Ofo:cvh~et yii!/ WMAQ, Chzeago 670 SUndr?Y, 5 to 5.30 pm., D.S.T., The CathohcJ ~n)h:sTnmmr~mnStz:~ateii~vh:fh:o" ....... ~r beatification is now be ! pay , . . |WOC, Davenport--1420--Sunday, 10:30 to 11 p.m., D.S.T., The Catholicl er, has set out on its conquest of pr~~ ~v " su erior of the convent thac wa~er Hour " " " " ........in~ cons'zdered by. tbe Vatican. J P " ....... l xneJ " ,, [ the world, Bzshop Gilmore sazd.. o . ..... [was seeping irom one wai.; | WROK Rockford--1440--Sunday, 4:30 to 5 p.m., D.S.T.,. Greatest[ He declared that secularism, The priest was born in t~a a~|grave was openeo ana tne vooy was} Story Ever Told " [ both in theory and in nractice. ; Bkaa-Kafra, the nearest village tolfound still intact. The constant[ ~r~v ~..~:~.. Sunda,~ 8"30 n m Ave Maria Hour /makes direct and uncom-z?omisin: the Cedars of Lebanon He pro-l flow of sweat and blood had leakedi ............... s -- "~ " *'" ' " ~ war on the rights of God in th~ nounced his religious vows in 1853 through the wail. J EDITOR'S NO'rE--The above radio log ] ~.~L--.. U--|I P--ll------ | twn~.ld xvh{ph ~o m~cl~ san~ an the f " o,I ;. ~ r[ A medical commission was then/m published for your gutd ...... d con-l~i'un U | qt~OI ~ [,l#~.*o ^ ~,~.~ ~. h.~ 14ra mauls and was ordam ..... L59. Late . .. . . ". n , I :'-"5 ='":,:" ,~': ............. " ' o mi this tran e vemence zn d,ahng Cathohc programs on . . ~qs..~ ~ .~ .J~ v.~.v....~,. ...... Father Charbel obtained permm appomted t exa ne s g [~OW nl r "1 . . /the air. in, .... ti .... pplied ha, U ve airy, [it. sion from his superiors to retire|phenomenon It began its work on|given to The Obmerver by the radio ,sta-JA=,..Lk;...L_- A ........ | to the hermitage of Ss. Peter and|April 22, but so far has not issued a[ zion. in ~dvn .... tbat_.oc~a.,~nael~ [~m~l,~,~.,,~,,m,~p ^nn~ungcs [I Paul situated about a half hour's|report [ommU~cet~atngo? wmi~ou'~n~tie~ Th* ObI ~ "' II " outn Orange, N . "' 1. . |news of Catholic radio pro~rame frbm]i~eEOn rlall Uollege nab ve.en ex-|l rt * f~lrlr* * I I is an experzenced educator. Above] stations within or adjacent to tha dioc~e ] panded to become the Unlverszty |[ I 1 t~ IULII LLLLLII[;7 rt;tv;tra;tn nvllal lull he is a practical Catholic. As/ and available to diocesan readers. , of Seton Hall, Archbishop Thomas ][ .~--~..u== ~===~=u. [such, and along with the Holy/ ~ , .,]J Walsh of Newark announced at/| And 1 I~ I 1 *| I 1 /' [Father, he has raised his voice[Ricardo Montalban Ana marsna, tl~e annual commencement exer-/I kn~l ~l~r~(~ Jr,~|l El N [as one of the first against policies| Thompson Appear ,In [cises of the 94-year-old institution, [I /r~r~r~.tr~'r" n==~ =.w~ =~=a ~c~. "Joa um ~vlurrleza [ of revenge, such as were propound-[' q I when 1~60 students were award- [[ %.. ~J./~,/q~/.~ * led by the preachers of collective[ Ri~ardoMontalban will be the ed diplomas. [[ t.ommlssloner i (German war) gu, ilt; .Th!s s~nd| sta-r'-and Marshall Thompson the| Archbishop Walsh said that the JJ ---- [ nas nett.e.a am, ~ne. na~re,~ of zne[ host when Family Theater presents [ New Jersey State Board of Edu- ]l Modern and Traditional Munich---(NC~--Dr Geor~.e N ]commums~ ann ~new ztK. |the story of "Joaquin Murrieta"lcation has approved of the expan-[[ .. I^...^ C" ..... +1, I'~,- Shuster, president of" Hunter Col" I~ [ on Wednesday, June 21st. The pro- 1 alan. He added that the Univer- [[ .J~y,c::, .~ ~,.~.,y L..,~,,..-- legein New York, is an ideal choice ~ Each Hew Fred In |gram, which will be of particul.arlsity will cons!st of seven, major [| orate Your Home At for the "osition of United States i- . - ln~eres~ co aovencure lovers. Will SCHOOLS aria WIH nave seC~lons In is e~ , e e ~o.-.missi~ner for Bavaria ..:a Dr/$c,ence Stresses [be heard at 8:30 p.m.C.S.T., over|Jersey City and Newark, which [[ Keel boy[rigs. .~ois Hundhammer Ba- a~i'ff-'~Min'l ~ ....... [ tbe Mutual Broadcasting System. [ will be known as University Col- [[ .~ .... , ...v. ~, --" I ~on S Neea qJt q~oa / Not since the days of Robin Hood [ lege The Archbishop recalled that 1[ lrlr $ ~ * ~s ls~er OZ l~aucatlon, lne raiser nas " """ " a n "n } gust returned here from a ten [ ................... [has there been a story so full oft the mstztuhon w s fou dad z il HfiIIP fil [.lUflhPrO ~qllWauKee, WlS ~r~) wzcn 1 an at endance aavutJ~ Vl U~llSU~; .... " -- -- [adventure, of intrigue and dashing 865 and grew from t ~l a ~y vzstt m America. ' . -- leach new dmcovery of sczence,[romance as that of Joaqum Mur-Jof 79 m 1861 to 9,100 today. [[ " Dr. Hundhamaer said that hislman's need for God ~'rows more[rieta. Although a thousand lurid[ The address to the graduates[[ Broadway & 8th St. Rockford, lit. trip has contributed toward ella- | -rofound Thomas E l~u~a ..... | tales have been t01d concerning ] was given by the Msgr Thomas H. ~[ ............ p , y, ~l~w ~ln ez ~.~olena rreeporv III inuring many a misunderstanding [ y r ...... , :.. _ | his life and time, very little has Powers, rector of Immaculate Con- II ' a 0 g ClOy lnous~rlallsg aug mum v n a Ins i betwe.en Ameriea,.n and Ge~n n ~ ........ ^ "[ever actually been pro e ga! t ception Seminary, Darlingto~, N. l[ au.norkies regaruing cm~urm re-loer oz ~ne A~omic zmergy Gommis-lhim, while much has been saia in ~ .......... : latzons, is[on, declared at Marquette Uni.|his defense..In presenting, an epi-[ The Regensburg diocesan org, an| versity commencement exereises,lsode from hm faouious me, xam-I ~ extends an equally hearty welcome [ here. [ ily Theater is honored in present- r ' 1l ' to Dr. Shuster, who is expected[ Address[ ............ ling a countryman of the romantic[ ~m r ~ ~ r~ dr~ r ~r ^ *.~. .... ~;. a..,.. I,,,..., ,k;.I.. . -g ne a,v~ grauua~es,[Joaquin, Richard Montalban. " I | | ~ ~ ~ V | ~1~ v ~m,~ v,~z ,,.0 u....o ,,... -,,o~cne lar*,esz senl-r o.oo- ;.. u,.. ~.. . . . .. .. -- ;., hi] ,. ............. ] 'l~e auaptlon lot /, sally Tneater ,, month. Not always, says t s uette " " q s history, ,he admonmhed h 1 "a hi " r r" ed b zs by Sidney Mars al. e~itor;.~ l,..w ch zs ep m,t. Y that each, as a product of a Jest Fo--ilv Theater nr-duced by several ocnez omeesan weeznes OZ/uit school is "an e-istle writ+-n/-- -'"~ .... '- ~ -Y-~ :~. . ] , v ~'~] KeY l-airlcKt'e~on, ~ ~ ~ Bavarm, have Amemcan authon- .... to the world by men ordamed to a n" ties picked the right men as rep-]holy mission" |heard, every W ednes.day..eve mg ..... ,--n m--". mat. m~ , dmAa |~ z~sent~tives in this Catholic state.[ ~. ." _ ,, lover cne^muzuat vroaacas~mg ~ys- KAKI. rlUti lil l 3 ~ur~ ,,,, -;. , t urawing lessons from the fan.Item ac ~:~u p.m., J~.T.; ~:ap p.m. m ~ne euucational field, in|tastic parable of atomic energT,'qC.T.; 7:30 p.m., M.T.; and bY Painting end Deccwefing Contractors ~.--~ broadcasting, in the press and oth-JMr. Murray warned that nhilos-ltranscription on the Pacific Coast er. rela~d domain~ masonie and|ophy and religion are still needed|at 8:30-p.~n. : . PAINTS and PAIHTIHG SUPPLIES omer innuences were zelc unpmas-/to "niece out the deficiem 'es of sci-[ -- " " ~ antly," the editorial says. "How-[enc~. Man needs religion to-teach| ~~ COLOR TIHTIHG SERVICE ever, ~ne new commissioner not|him what cannot be found in either| ~ ..... Z~ A~mm I only speaks German fluently and sczence or ethics" I.&/~l. i / w. s,.,. St. m,,n. U I X 0 n i , m v,oT-3 co. Freeport cOuncil, Knights of Co- "Distinctive Memorials"