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News Section--Page 6A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, July 15, 1951 ROCKFORD -- Mrs. Josephine Gustitus 63, 536 Island avenue, SS. Peter & Paul parish, July 5. Mrs. Lucy Sizer, 76, St. Peter's parish, July 3. AURORA -- Edward J. Bahlauf, 61, 1047 Front street, St. Nicholas parish, July 7. Mrs. Margaret Mitchell, ~4, 703 Main street. St. Mary's parish, July 4. Michael Nagle, 60, 567 S. Lake street :Holy Angels parish, July 5. Dorothy Rizzo, 52, 526 Forest avenue St. Joseph's parish, July 1. M~e Wennmacher, 70, 700 Pierce street St. Joseph's parish. July 2. DIXON --- Richard Reilly, 57, St. Pat- rick's parish, July 9. ELBURN -- Mrs. Margaret Pobstman 58. St. (Jail's parish, JIdy 1. ELGIN --- Raphael P. Hines, St. Mary's parish, Ju]y 2. James Allen Ross, 10, St. Mary's parish, July 3. FREEPORT -- Bennie Lasky, 66, 26 W. Clark street, St. Joseph's parish. July 9. James P. McMurray, 76, St. Mary's par- ish, July 6. HARTLAND -- John James Murray, 59, St. Patrick's parish, July 4. McHENRY -- Mrs. Mary Busse Stoffe| 82, St. Mary's parish, July 7. "It is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dead." REQUIESCANT IN PACE The Rev. John Henry Whelan (lied July 15, 1925 at Rockford. Ill. and is buried in Calvary cemetery. Chicago, III. The Rev. J. J. Clancy died July 15, 1930 and is buried in Chicago, Ill. Grant, we beseech Thee. O Lord, that the souls of Thy servants, Thy priests. whom in this life Thou didst honor with the sacred office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven for evermore. Amen WILL HEAD THEOLOGIANS GROUP Several hundred priests of the United States and Canada attended the sessions of the sixth annual convention of the Catholic Theological Society of America, in Detroit. In the picture, Rev. Edmond D. Benard (left), of the Catholic University of America, new president, is felicitated by Ray. John J. Galvin, S.S., of Baltimore, outgoing vreaident. (NC Photos) FOREST HILLS Monument -Company MONUMENTS---MARKERS MAUSOLEUMS R. C. Farrell Dial 7-6791 4803 No. 2nd Street, Loves Park, III. (Rockford) Tally-Ha Restaurant 1303 Aubur St., L J. "Eddie" Schopt, Prop. Rockford, IlL LINOLEUM---COMPOSITION TILE CARPETS~SHADES JOHNSON - OLSON Floor Coverings, Inc. Acoustical Contractors Burgess Acousti Confessionals 710 Broadway Dial 5.4434 Rockford I ! JOHNSON G WIESLAND Plastering Contractors Acoustical Treatment No Job Too Large or Too Small 1353 Fourth Ave. Tel. 3-3322 Rockford Sterling Rosaries Gold Plate and Sterling Medals Bride and Bridegroom Prayer Books. HUNTER G. CUTTING ROCKFORD TRUST BLDG. ROCKFORD unganan London --(NC)-- The British Government, horrified by the monstrosities of the Red fanatics of Hungary, is seeking to bring them to book in the only way open to a free nation short of war -- by an appeal to the United Nations. It is collecting all available evidence of their long reign of terror, broken upon the world by the martyrdom of Josef Cardinal Mindszenty and new for~ a second time by the "trial" of cal "trial" of the Archbishop of Archbishop Josef Groesz of Ks- Kalocsa, has spread throughout .loess. This evidence is to be sub- mitted to U.N. Secretary General Trygve Lie. Kenneth Younger, Minister of State, told the House of Commons that Britain and the other West- ern signatories of the Hungarian peace treaty had taken every step open to them to enforce the ob- servance of the clause regarding human rights. The government is now, in ac- cordance with a resolution adopted by the U.N. General Assembly last November, preparing the evidence of Budapest's violation of this clause for action by Mr. Lie. "Our submission will include all available evidence of religious per- secution, of which a fresh wave appears to be heralded by the trial of Archbishop Groesz," said the Minister, who was speaking for Herbert Morrison, Secretary of Foreign Affairs. "I do not consider that any pro- :test to the Hungarian Government would be effective... I should like, however, to express once again our deep concern at the continuing evi- dence of cruelty, oppression and persecution in Hungary." The Minister had been asked by a Catholic Conservative (opposi- tion) member, Hugh Fraser, wheth- Britain. Photographs of the prelate, this "enemy of the people," surround- ed by happy, affectionate Hungar Jan crowds,have been everywhere. Not only the Catholic press, but such defenders of the state-estab- lished Anglican church in this country as the Times and the Daily Telegraph, have written editorials in his defense. The Times explained the perse- cuted men's ultimate "confessions" as the result of the usual commu- nist subjection to weeks of arrest and with persistent drilling in the Red versions of actions innocent in themselves. It talked of "the well-known pattern" of the hear- ings, "the patently-rehearsed con- fessions" of the accused, and the crooked methods of conducting this travesty of justice, making it "a mixture of tragedy and farce." The masters of Hungary, the Times said, consider the proceed- ings "a convenient circus" to dis- tract the workers from their real immediate troubles---the recent dis- appearance of former Social Dem- ocrat leaders and.the rising costs of now publishes a monthly paper named the Carthusian Chronicle. Margaret Dooley, editor of the Chronicle, said the first number was sent to a list of 200 friends of the Carthusians. When the May 0( issue was mailed the list had grown to nearly 1,900. 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