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News Section--Page 8A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, June 20, 1948 i , h " I" I $ . Josep Malor Servltes Chinese Reds Evaluating "Street Corner," the .... m_ kn_ . ~ I lloll F. [Legion reported: This film treats em,nary IS r ew I r ,l, ,xMore l a subject most objectionable for ~, . -- ~ I-- . /presentation in entertainment mo- R Nrl.lf [TiPnrlrblc~ It[on picture theatres. The treat- ................. ~ ]uewvVs'~a'~ /ment of this subject as presented ~ [ ~ ]in the fihn is most objectionable ' Ann ......m..., lld ..A.D. llll I D.:... P ..... "-L. %. [ for entertainment motion picture _ v~.,~,,~ ~.,. ,v. dU~ U7 ~ I~d.~ ~unnnHnuail'7 ~ i audiences. Moreover, it ignore$~ Praor General On I Oth / Loss To 31 ; Death /cmpletcly essential and supcrnat~ ........ ~ | ]ural valuo.~ associated with ques- ~nnlversaryUfOedlcatlon ~ /Roll IS NOW 90 ]tions of this nature." , - ~ ~ [ __ I Commenting on ,"Torment, ' the . E!gm--The ~M.ost Rev. A, lpl~onse ~ / o~;,~;.,~ ~;.~ t~,rP~ ~; ..... /Legion reported: Th s film treats ,tWit. 131enneELi, l~l'lOr General oI the ~ | ~.la..~, v*.a..,a--~,~,Jt--u,.~ ..~,.,-/a sul.;oct unfit .. ~...,~..~l .~+~. Order of Servants of Mary, who ~ |Trappist monks have died at the/. , ~J~...~ *~* .~,~ ....... q.~'" ' ~~ "hands of Chinese communists ~tammen~ moLmn picture aua]en- arrived m Chicago, June 2 to begin ~ [either b" execution or as a ,esult/ces Moreover, it contains sugges- a canonical visitation in America ~~ l- s ' * t tive se-uences cond""e- ~,,a ~,,~. and to preside at the elections to ~ maC maltreatment according to in-/..~ "."~ ," .. "';, .... J~" b:ch:ldp;:vterc~ahle a:d~l'~timento:nfci~ betwAe~'vi,~l~i21aCtn~r~d t~ehamr~n b:l~ld~ng:: S:stJ~sephdMs?J~aSAm~a~Ye i*'T~?:'b:i:~:e't:ed31hth: number of ]~ in the new Service rectorate of St . . ~; .. .. " .... ' , . "j . ,~ . ~ .. *,~ Trappistpriestsand Brothers /I I " rectorate lOl- tne thervlte l,'ar.ners oy the i~lOSt l~.ev 9,lpnonse IYL Den- - ' Joseph formally announced thl ................ "" .., ". I formerlof Yan~km m~ Abbey i| Burgess Acoustl Confessmnals | ' " ~ netti, Yrior General o~ toe uraer o[ ~ervants oi lvlary. ~lans are being Y '" .P '" - . week that the motherhouse of the made *o exxonn +h ........ ~- ...... +, .~A ~.. ann; .......... , .... ...... [ ravaged by the Reds in July, 1947, II Pan.ls foe tx,st,ng Confess,onels I rectorate was to be St. Joseph . ~- ~ .- ~,,,- v-=oT,,y, ..... ~ ...... ~ ....,~..~ ? ........... z ....... I known to have been killed by the |l Burgess Acousti Telephone Bo~ha I Ms'or ' oI pro~essea memoers at tne oraer, ann a cnapel. - J Seminary, located between . - ]commumsts. It rinses the total/I ...... I Elgin and St. Charles. ~~ i number of Catholic missioners [I Acoustical I'nglneerlng I This announcement coincides some 21 years ago. Its purpose at l I! ~ I kn0wn to have been killed by the/I Co Inc. I with the tenth anniversary of the that time was to provide for the Chinese Reds since the end of the II .t I seminary's dedication by His Ex- immediate spiritual needs of thai ~1 |war to at least 90. Besides these,~[ Acoustical Treatment and Sound I cellency, the Most Rev. 'Edward F. Italian immigrants in Chicago and . ~ li~/ii~ .. many lay Catholics have been slain tl Control I Hobart, D.D., then Bishop of Rock- Denver Colo. Since then the num- -~\~all[I/~/l~,, |by the Reds, some precisely Carl[ 304 Car-Pet-Line Bid,, I ford, now Bishop of Cleveland. bar of its houses has grown toIA~\r~[~li~"i~ll/I/~/~;r///l~ I their Catho'lic religion. /i ......... "" I \~i,~P" "=/4'Z# Kocgrora 111111OII5 The new rectorate had its begin- seven, including a preparatoryl ~ ~ I According to information re-llI ling as an off-shoot of the 700- seminary, n~vitiateand major ~'~ . . ~' calved here, two Trappist priests, l year old Roman province in Italy house of studies. ~ I ~ .~ [~, "/] I the Rays. Theodore Yuan, 38-year-/~ In the past ten years its scopeI #,~ [~[ Ill tl |old Chinese. and Maurus Bougon,| has widened so that its members~lk\\ ~[ Ih lfl 148-year-old Frenchman. were kill-/I I I ,,tan_ ~ .... ~_ I besides doin'g parish work andl XtI~ [//] led at Muchiaehuang early in Feb-rl "^LW*VS * ~ooo s.ow- I I we o/ess lour I preaching missions, work among| ~.k ~A II~ /~ Iruary. News of their death comes/I ............. I I I~1 ..... ,I ~IJ~l--A ..... " U the Negroes and help provide for ~\\ ~ 1[~ ]Tff_/ from non-Catholics who had been|l ~IAll: and UAI'IIAL I I * ,v~*a as,~ *~*-u~wa I the spiritual needs of workers in l ~\\\\ '~11 Ill{ //~/ l imprisoned with them. Exact de-/I I I oo ta,.. c^--_,.,. I:-- I downtown Chicago at Assumption l ~.~\ ~'/~i /[.//~ [tails of thei~ exeeutmn are seanty;tl THEATREg I I ........... v ....... I church. There are also three high ~:,(,~l~-,~[~ ]~---, l/:, ;// I however, it is believed they were/I ........... n I Broadloom iranru,tinn I schools, one in Chicago (St. Dam[-I ~.'-'//"/f/,~[I ~I~V~'!~stoned. /I CHARLES HOUi [HTl"PlllSr$, INC. | I .... " ..... " I nic's) and two in Denver, under ~Y.. ~],r~t~ ~4~.'~ "~" Father Bougon, while a member/I I I " u.,.. " ~"~" I the direction of the Servite Fa- '4( ~'~'~ ~ YI/~ of the Yangkiaping Abbey, was[ ] e K~inal~ u~ Sinks [ thers of St. Joseph rectorate. ~/~ l.kk.i k oot at the monastery when the[~ I . , . . - -. - ........ I At present, plans are being for- 1~ (~1"/!~ ,-~."7] Ii~ [Reds destreyed it and took theh I Plannlng Sarvlcos ~ ,Eil lm~. I ject calls for two separatebui d-r ,~/~)~ )~1~1~/;~ [ "c e was 6 erTun by the R eds.[I I I i:,-- I ings, a chapel and a monastery tolLbYAl~/ | I \~',%/. IJailed in a mountain village [nil 8ALF_~ & SERVICE | [ ..... "'."_ .... I house the professed members of/'~,~t~T" ~j [Ch.ahar province he was cyughtll 303 rash,auk. S-~ I the commu ~ty. ,. / "~V I~"~} [ " -Dial" in'wn]le attempting to escape in re 2-1433 Rockford, HI I ~:li M~_iS3:9?I._ II "~ taliation the Reds amputated one.[I I I[~AK.I~I.T.LINIE II ~-. ,. _ ,n ,. I ~% " lff.J /and according to some reports, both n! F I .... ;::,.h.; .... II : rerimg e mgn,s I his feet / * The othe~ four Trapp~sts who i .,v.,. , Win Third Place In / A...... Funer-~J .... ,or P t'/me "a'" 1 " " ' I l-o Ul aa a .. a,~ |Stanley E. Jurgelonis. 19. were held Wed-* t de cn beong to a group Oil I " II Memversn,p urlve I nesday morning June 9, In Sacred Heart i seven who were ostensibly Riven/qlPal~,qm~~~ 1428 7th St. Rockford, IlL II -- IZhcr::h Tlhn~crRmeevnt J'w~" mH:]lbm~i~r ~. It he,r .freedom after being taken| il nil illm$'l l New Haven, Conn.--Sterling / Olivet .... tet~. Mit~aff .~i~i~ ...... I ~rom the mare prison at the end of / I~Ql~~#~l~ , 1r L~., _~ ar~--l..--k.,s / in cnerge ot /~urora r~ loz American I ~eptember rtowever, the were II II couneu, r~nlgn~a ux ~oiul,ou.. I'Veterans of World War 11 ' ~ " Y | actually taken to a series of squahd 1 If Sterling, Ill., wonthird place in/ Pvt. Jurgelonis was kill~l in action In 1... ...... / ........ AR-KI-TECK Ildivision I o~ the 66th anniversaryiF.r..... n Oct. 16, 1944.. He is .~ur-lJaus, according to wore rece~vea/i FIREPROOF STORAGE I l el mem.ers,npl- ~'" ca.q,~,s.----;.... ~uHuu~gu'l"^t^A J wvedi~, hisbY fnis mother,t Mrs. LUCy aurgelon- [ here. Irom tnree of the group WhO I ~ m |[b-th-Kni-htsofColumhus whieh[~~-;-.... at~heri_Annn.Jur~eit~,~ turlgained freedom in April. Thesell " 115 S MoI,, Street I ~l[l~l~ll~l[l~@~ l[ closed~ on .~pril 22 according to a/"~*~'7:(;'tho';;'e--"d--~"h--;:'"qi' oWX'.'rorV~/three told of the death of the other n! ROCKFORD. ILLINOIS II m~vlm~lavl~ II .... ;]o~i,~,, ;,,of ,,:,'~,,lot~a h .... t laud two sisters, Lucille and Mrs. Jole-/four in the group: the Rev Simon Iu | -- . ...i 'oT"~th%[phine Xelke, ,lao__of.Aurora. I I, ISU; 48, andBrothers Hugo. Fan,| ne OD lrenaeus wang, ~)v, ana Martin 1 U ~ l~ -- I/Knights. / Harvard -- On Friday morning. Ju [ ; [ l P' - ii n n| Othor lll;noi~ rmlne;l.~ to w|n/ll, funeral ~rviees for Pfc. Byron Ol-[Hsu, 50. ]. ~ . ~~nm ~ml " . ................. . "'"" cott took plce in St Joseph's church. Fath r i ' . i{troph~es were Johet eouncfl forlIn~rment w~ Iwade in St. Joseph's .... I _,~ e H~u ded of hunger and[[ P'=GLY WIGGLY I cotu near zUnSlen In uecemoer i - mlfirst place in Division VI and/etery. William J. Metzen Post, American | ........ ]l S U P I R M A R K | T I I ml --i u~-m/~tre*tor- cou-cil., for second ,.,,lace n-rave[Legin' conducted, military services at the ........./at~er ~nree monms o~ imprnson- ]l Complete FOOD Ce~tel | m m~in division VII |-_.. ........ /men~ ana ~wo monms, o~ torcea Iw I . |] ........ [Gu~Calca~ttChr~ma~,~y l~942actn~n on ]labor. Brother Fan died in a se-Im Free Pa~ing loll I 1 In[[dos flntllml '|~ ~ - . p |tered-the army Mar. 26, '1941, with the/eurity police station at ChechiataiII the Conven0enceof Otn CLr~ome~ I i II errears ror Men |32nd infantry division in Rockford and wJs /in October; Brother Wang died in II IlS N. ck.r,b & I i ......... "__ -- E/ Crystal Lake--Two retreats for|Haman. " .... Idled in November at Chataoho of w KOIt ~tOpII~pI~ al ": n/laymen will be conducted this| ~ l tuberculosis aggravated by forced I[ EDWIN HOGAN i woo~ o canva II summer by the Franciscan Fa-l_ Rockford %- John R. B~nnett. 4. ~0Sllabor, exposure and malnutrition, ll ............. | 1 l| thers t ~ v,~ , ~. ~ /~now ave. z,ove~ rata. ~t. Jame~ fro- . . t i =ower ~,onrracror. r~ emm~'m a 1 ................... l! a ,,%, ...~a'y.s ,,,!nor ,~emlo/Cathedral pari~h, June 12. I Of the 19 Trapp]st pmests whom ]1 cheerfully aivek on oil ~o~ o~l I 1 ~.ll=rl/irl~ALl.l ainu l| narynere, aceoralng ~o an an-/ Louis Chiodini 53 513 Wilshire Drive I th~ r.mm.ni~t~ t..I. ~u,~t~.,. I*o, I1 - " . ov Pa k t lilnltary ewarl Inn wall Inolnl CAREFULLY FORMULATED l/nouncement by the Rev. S. J. Ziel-|Lh e~unerl~ S. Jam. Pro-Cathedral par-|fall 15 are nowknow to be dead II I I| inski, rector of the Seminary. | Mrs. Cr~e Falconer, ~8.~R. 1, St. Pat- [Of 'the 56 Brothers in the Corn: [I Office a~l Yard )50 N. Madilm I BY l/. Friday, .July 9,, to Sunday, July/rtek's Parish, Ju.ne 1.1... .... ^.. ]munity 16 have certainly died II Phone Dial 5-4732 Rockfo~l, lit I -- -, 1~ and the week ena o~ rriaa- n ~urora -- ~ntrea ueJmon[e nl ~OL ~ w ....... I I = 1 ~ ~ n ~ * -- l/ , - - a'/Bowditch Ave St Peter's -arish 'June[rur~een are Still presumes to DeI" F i KOCKTOr(! taint ||Aug. 13to Sunday,Aug. 15, arch2 ..... laliw in Rod t~rri~.~v if'h. ~.a41 h 'r his r " " " ' ............... " ......... 1 t a . _ . . lithe dates c,osen fo t" yea ./ Mrs. Catherine Kettcnhofen. 80, 42q[have been foxmed into a community/ ' '" 1 Manufacturing I~,O. I/Individuals or organizations inter- /Liberty st., St. Nicholas parish. June 10 [ .... D..;.;-_ --k.-^ .t. .......... | 1 l/ * A I.' ",t. * + 1 Dixon -- Mrs. Rae A AYnould 51 St I','~* -e.p.-K w,~,~ ~-~s u~,a~u a|1 I 1 IA~lllU, iiAl~l~ l|esceu In ma~ing ~,,e l'e~rea~s are/patrick's ~arish June 11 ' ' "laairv ~s s~,~r~uo iLLINOIS ....... 1 I| asked to write to the Retreat Man-| Mrs. Mabel O'Ma]ley, St. Anne's parish, I II Anthon- Hos-:tai | mu ter at the Seminary June 8 ~ * Iff t ' " / Dundee -- Santo Corapi. 60, St. Cath-InmlnlL.---- n~.--a, ..... II ! I/ It* ~ /erine's parish, June 13. I/ll[i l rll;[ur ll II Sch of Nuniq I ..r,o..o I *--" w'-- * II I BU. ROCKCOTE PAINTS -- ondemned .v on,o,. ,...t ,t. ,.. it _ ,. w__, t,t I/ Paris.---(NC)--An airport set'v-/Av., st. Laurence. parish, June 13._ . ]ln~ 1 II Grade "A" Tralnlne School Aeer~Ulmd | S " " bawrence mcAipln 4Z Z'~Y IN ~prlns , mg Lourdes will be opened soon at '. ' " A A ! V,... o D.,., n..a ...... I/ ....... /t St. J.eph'a prtah June 12 I uecency LeQIon II., . . co t. I llllL[" ~ /allll i[~ UGltlIW~[IC I/the village of Ussun Trio nr$~ ar- Elizabeth Ralvh Wand 46 S~ Ma 'a ~ ...... a ,~.. m ..... ~ ....... . ..... : .... / r - .... - I II ............................... 011111 ~vouinll nnd 8nnda~ Mornlndl l/rlvals wlh be 500 Belgian pilgrims |pa ish Sune 4 I -- nm .......... ' " ~sgt'ltlon inu Biou~l~loa Freeport Mr~ Jessne No]an St Jo- .....from S'S0 to t:00 p... -- I/Regular service will be established, lee_h,s HomUfor "~h^ ...e~ Jun" 11" I New York--(NC)--Three too- ]1 ~ i aaus ~o. MAIN ilOCEI~ilD " v = = "~ .... i n " " . I[wlth Ossun as the terminal, for | Galena -- Arthur Ryan, 39, St Mlch-It 0 ptctures have been placed nn II Foa, V,. High $hool R ul, I ~ pilgrims coming by air. /ael's par|sh, June 7. [Class C, wholly objectionable, by [I ~ | ' ~~ [~Harmon --. Nor bert F. ~ol~r, tll, St. I the National I~ion of Decen~ [I Addres: G/rectum m, I i " /elannen's par~n. JUne 11. I~ " -- " -- ~1~ * --%* .~'* |l I I " "I/ Marengo ,-- Rol~ert E. lluvens, 6tl. llae-I rne plc~llres are: Jr'aaslonelle,-- a tl ......... I I _ . I lrea Heart parish, June 8. IFrench-langua~re, nicture of Dis-[| KKgrome 11111111111 | * * Morrlson -- Mrs. Rober,-W. Collin~, 8Z, tin " ::" ~ - I :it.Idarys Boardnnll School for Gads il.n /4 -Taekaon St. St Ma--"a "~ri~h] gulshed Films, Inc.; Streetl| | I -- -- I |J~;~e S. - ...... ] Corner," ~ a Wilshire Produetion,/,, 1 OREC~N, ILLINOIS .I/ Mm. Emma Gorz.ney. SS. $01 S. ~r*~land "Torment," a Swedish pictm~l " I |!St., St. Mary's partsn, June ".' I ~.# g~..4' ..... ' , ~' k i ss ,,. vxxora ~L~r ~ I . I/ Savanna -- John Fran Faltln k. , st` I .... II ............... I t% r~ * /~ ~ ~ ./ Sl John's parish. Juna 11. I lne oD3ectton against Passionelle II REGHT-FROELIC;H I .I upen o rlng 3ummer onms I/ "It is. holy .tncl wholesome thought|by the Legion is:, "Immoral [nil ......... tOpray ior the GelKI I I/ Itreatment. Costuming and aitua-I[ q~l~l~VKqJklgl ~U, i n OUTDOOR PLAY AND SUPERVISED RECREATIONAL PROGRA~ I/. C"~~-'~-" ~ream 3oclal I' ' IInnne-...L ,,,. ...... ,------ *. ,co ,oa I I/ ..... , . .. I will be erred from 7 p.m. through-II "'" "I ' ! One hour class work o doy for pupils wishing to make up ' II:)cneoulea Juuy I "It [out the evening. Other attractions Ii ..-'-'"2=-'-'.7:: ..... I " , I/ |ar~ being arranged by Mrs Cris I back work or to prepare for the coming schoou year. I| ...... ~ .... l .... " "[ ~(u~aruKu, ULLUmI~Ul I 1 / ]Jer~alo--~rs. Kose ~Jrlsler has I er s comm]~[ee. ,, I Folk I~ncing .:. Cmchlff -:. Lace Meklng -:- Embrolderf Ilbeen named general chairman forl , ' . ~, " ii i i IJ may regisll d o~e o se er kl . . . "i atiklMin bl "rl ~1' r v al wee the annual ice cream and lawn so .... . I II;,,, sponsored by the AuxllialT o, II e L Ce AND VIOLA BEAUTY SHOES I I For " ' IJS_tSt. Mary's hospital. The part will ]l Viola i.,, rat,, communlc.te w, th the Mother $~erior, ........... 7,Y r_, R.kavage, Prop. , 12':'. : i: I --t. o.__. ,,,. il .:g ::e dl'gi;/I O..Monday thru Satorda, -- Even[rip by Apl~intlhnd; ' L : : r' ' I ' i[X " - /I IITy, N. MAre---DIM, a-491S 10T ilAL, L ST -4-SI I| b