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THE OBSERVER PAGE 12 ,IDAY. JULY 28, 1961 i~:'ii[i/?T![!iildqI 5 ]!i!I i FEATURED AT ELGIN DANCE--The Mariachi Potosino orchestra of Mexico will be one of two orchestras featured at the an- nual queen's dance of the Club Guadalupano at the Blue Moon ballroom in Elgin Sunday, August 27th. The dance is an annual part of fund raising campaign for St. Joseph church in Elgin. Proceeds this year will go to the parish fund for building a new school. The campaign is headed by Senoritas Josephine Patina, Maria de Leon and Jean Barboso, one of whom will be elected queen at the dance on the basis of the amount of donations she obtains. The queen will also have the honor of serving as queen at the annual Mexican Independence day celebration on Saturday, Sept. 16th. Second orchestra featured at the 3 to 9 p.m. dance will be the Jessie Costillo band of Elgin. The ballroom is located one-half mile west of Elgin on Route 20. (Photo by Rajas, Chicago) Carbon make trouble. 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Rockford, IlL Call TR 7-7804 Today VIENNA--Hungary's Commu- nist masters are mounting a new offensive in their long campaign to the nation's Catholic priests to heel, according to reports ar-[ riving here. Objective of the campaign is a "national church" in open re- bellion against Rome. The latest maneuver is direct intervention with the Bishops, to make them turn the Church into an active agent of Communism. An excommunicated leader of the so-called "peace priests"[ who have made themselves tools l of the Red regime has served warning that he will speak to the] [Bishops themselves. Father Mik-[ i los Beresztoczy said in a speechI to leading peace priests that hal would talk to the Bishops per- sonally to make sure that "priestly and ecclesiastical ac- tivity will be positively directed and fructified by socialism." Father Beresztoczy's speech was studded with bitter invective against priests loyal to the Holy See. He said that since peace priests have no authority to re- move the priests loyal to Rome, they must be dealt with by "so- cial" means. In this connection he said he would speak with the Bish- ops. He cited retreats and cir- cular letters from the Bishops as methods of getting Communist principles and motivations into priestly work. The Communist regime has not hesitated to issue letters of its own composition in the name of the Bishops. These letters are published through the state Bureau of Religious Affairs. 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