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FAC- 2 Cuban Children Takento Russia MIAMI. Fla.--Thousands of "mostl~ farm children." on four children are being sent f r om' flights from Havana to Prague. Cuba, many against their will,r In addition, Fernandez said "Soviet ships carrying hundreds: to the Soviet Union for indue-lot Cuban children have saile L trination in Marxism, it was re- from the ports of Sagua lar ported here. I Grande and Cienfuegos." HeI The disclosure was m a d isaid the children who werel here by Secundino Fernandez, l flown to Prague were outfitted1 a refugee who for 16 years wa~iwith clothing there to withstandI a pursez for the Cuban Aviation the climate of Soviet Russia I Company. He said that planes IHe said the children will studyI on which he was stationed car- Maxism in Russia for two and~ ried 302 children aged 12 to 15, a half years. THE OBSERVER r-RiDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1961 Socio1ogistHere's More A bout I MEET THE LERGY " . [ THE REV. ARTHUR M. KRECKEL, pastor of St. Mary parish, (Continued from pa~,e 1) [Pecatonica, was born April 28, 1901, in Rochester, N. Y the son role in life. Mothers have got to:of Philip and Adelaide Beyer Kreckel. get over this business of bring- ing young people into social life at the seventh and eighth grade." The sociologist said enough statistics were available now to predict accurately what will happen to a youngster w h o starts to date in the seventh or eighth grade. "First, he's not going to col- lege," the priest said. "And sec- ondly, he'll be damaged emo- tionally. Any time a culture lengthens the gap between pu- berty and marriage this hap- pens. In past histories, children who started dating at puberty got married at 15. We want them to wait until they're 22, and still He attended St. Andrew Pre- iparatory seminary. Rochester, !from 1914 to 1919. He took his !philosophical studies at St. Ber- ::nard seminary, Rochester. from !1919 until 1921 He studied theo- logy at St. M a ry seminary, !Baltimore, Md f r o m 1921 to " ~: Father Kreckel was ordained in Baltimore June 13, 1925 by the late Most Ray. Michael J. Cur- ley, archbishop of Baltimore. He served as assistant pastor at St. Patrick parish, Amboy, from 1925 till 1927; St. Patrick parish, St. Charles, from 1927 to 1928; and at St. Patrick parish, Rockford, from 1928 to 1929. Father Kreckel served as pastor of St. Joseph parish, Lena, from 1929 until 1939. He was pastor of St. Mary parishes in Oregon throw them together at puberty =1 OLDSTERS 'CUT UP' WIT~ HARMONICA DUET--Minerva Perham (left) and Patrick McGee I ~--~,h th o-,~n~ ,n ~ Bishous Ask Clemency for Leaders form a popular couple as they team up for a few harmonica renditions of "old favorite tunes" l~arr~:~'a ~.~ar'{ate~-- , It ,/ at the annual Four Leaf Clover club picnic sponsored by Holy Trinity parish, Detroit. The De- Th,~ datin; has an" ;m,'~-~ MANAGUA, Nicaragua -- The Bishops said. Their appeal did[ trait League of Catholic Women provided chartered buses for the more than 100 oldsters who ]imnact on a child's futur~e~h"e Bishons of Nicaragua have sew not identify the priests, attended the luncheon outing (NC nhoto) .~ - -,~' - ~ o ~ ~ ~ I r salooecause scnool WOrK a~ a "oint messa e to Prime Men ' ~vmuer wno ~s tne neao o~ tne, ' 3 g ]~, ~,o- t~a+holic A~ti,n ,~ove [ ]this level (early puberty) pretty ister Fidel Castro of Cuba, ask- ,~"~n~"h="~ ~, nderarres't fo : LIST COURSES TO BE OFFERED ]well determines what a child I 1~ Iwill do the rest of his life." I lng cmmency mr mree t~amoUClseveral weeks and ms exec,Jtlon~ t ,l, ~ w l 1 ~ ! 12e olameuO0m iatners anu leaaers nas oeen expec~ea a~ any ume ," . . . mothers forthe early dating We plead for your good of-lSeveral earher appeals m,tt xpert on Lay ADostolate to Deak I, o. o ,oo fires to prevent the executmnibehalf have been made to Pre-I Q/ L L I ",~ ,~ . - - -. ~ I enougn par~ in zamny oeclslons of the student Alfredo Mueuerlmier uasrro oy various aunt . . . i, -. ~ I . I- ' and two Cuban priests" t h e[ American groups. momers ioriorclng tflelr cnu- Aurar dren into social life too early / a Adult Education Center / . [ / He preoicmd, however, that a n. " ]Uf 1,-I kl" f Reumon" r . ,T reactmn against letting young ar. s ju.hee o. 'The Role of the Layman"lexecutive board for the Young|will emphasize intelligent andlschoo1 children date would set :~ ,m. ~.~ ~ ~ will be the subject of a lecture '~ Christian Students movement,[loving participation in the Mass ]in within a few years z,t~t tt~D, xugoslaw,~, -- ~.~ u~tv.iu y wa~ t =a,u=u v c L ur :to b i I ' - - e g yen by the Rev. Denms~and has served as chaplain for[and will conclude with a demon- [ "Wh,m th ~ myzanune ~l~e l~locese oi l%rl- baun l'Ll~e ,'~rcnmsnop eranjo f, ~ t r~~ "" "~ ~'" / " "' "" I -. ~ "- v---,~,---~ ,-~vv ,-~ r . ~J~au~y, ~.~ % luesoay eve-line tbnrls 1arl l~amuy movement strauon lvlass. ,ounasters -rows u*" and starts zevci is cemoradng me ~50tn 5eper oz Lagren, wno wo e ves~- ni c,o ,~,~ ; s ~ anniversary of its reunion with ments of the Byzantine Rite and *,r~' ~I~:~ ~,~L o p Lm. ~ne,mc:[mrme past ~a years I All three classes wlil convene I having babies of its own," he +ha T-l'nlv ~,~,~ ~a.a t-ha hla ~ina in thnt ~ito aI rather L, eaney is rosa a mem- every other Tuesday, from 8 to[said "it won't be afraid to sa The Apostolic Administrator of Krizevci w a s reunited with the"~a,man~:~ {~ ~' ~j " " ' ]oer at the faculty tar the Social 10 p.m beginning Tuesday,] 'NO!' " ~.L ~.^ ~. ,^, ,~^ . ~, ~ ~ ~ ~ n~ ~v~t~uerU,Action Institute for Priests and Sept 12 and concluding Tues-[ ~rizevu*, nvuaul~uup ~uz~ ~um~ ~v~ w,=. ~-~'v o - World " will be ~. .L,~ t. ~ t ~ ~, ~ L: ~ s~wn a~ me Seminarians at the Catholic Uni- day, Dec 5 Registrations will l *,"~T Mass at the Cathedral of SS. sion of faith before Cardinal St Mop ~A~:~''~,y/-*~ ~"--'~;~"~ vermty, of ,%rnerma his t;nrm- be accepted on September 12-C~l$~ll*t ~w Cyril and Methodius here. The Robert Bellarmine. loca~d :~"~.~T~';a"~" ~'~~'~, uansIna unanglng world, from 7 to 8 p.m. [ i 1 * . , e ~,-~c~ cam- ~umlnlstra[or which grew out of a series of i pus of Marmion Military acade- lectures at the institute, is wide- Priests Freed From Red Captors my. ly acknowledged as a significant i The public is cordially invit- contribution to the growing body SAIGON, Vietnam-- Vietnam- about 85 miles southwest of here ed to hear Father Geaney; there of literature on the lay apos- ese government troops h a v e in a region infested by Vi e t will be an admission charge of tolate. rescued eight priests and two m~o . ~ ,~.^ ~ $1 for those not registered for ''v ~' no" Cv.s ~ ~ " " " l He has an abillt for jn. mt- lay assmtams capturea [&ug C. -, tl3esemmar course. :ing significant developments in noe convoy was amousned ~ne 11) by Communist Viet Cong rather L;eaney is the author of the Church today a fresh and rebels in the Mekong d e 1 t a Reds shot at the priests with Christians in a Changing World:discerning way 'of reporting are a, according to reports machine guns, reports said, but ano rou Are ~ot Your Own. He i them and a catching enthusiasm reaching here. no one was injured. The Cam- Reports said the priests were m u n i s t s then arrested the returning from mission work in priests and laymen and seized outlying areas to Vinh Long, their boats, reports stated. Anglican Recognizes Need for Aid SYDNEY, Australia--An An- advance, but rather as a mat- glican educator has expressed ter first of conscience." sympathy w i t h the pleas of Dr. Darling, who is chairman Catholics for educational as- of the Australian Broadcasting sistance for their schools. Dr. J. R. Darling, who recent- ly retired as headmaster of Vic- toria's Geelong grammar school, said in a radio broadcast: "I am sympathetic with the claims of the Roman Catholic Church for help~ not so muct~ on the grounds of justice which they. Commission, said that the Cath- olics "claim to the right to edu- cate their children in schools of their own choice is a claim they have a right to make." He also said that " in exist- ing circumstances" the Church cannot educate Catholic pupils "efficiently" without assistance. Indonesia to Give Catholics Bibles ENDE. Indonesia--The Indo-order nesian government has contract- ed for the printing of Bibles with the announced goal of giv- ing one free to every Indonesian Catholic family The Arnold Press of the Di- vine Word Missioners here will produce 250.000 copies of the complete Bible on government order. The press has already been granted an import license for a new press to execute the The first complete Bible in Indonesia, the Arnold Press edition will include previous edi- tions of the Gospels and Acts of the Apostles. A new transla- tion of the Epistles by Father Bouma, S.V.D will complete the New Testament. For the Old Testament translation, the press will call upon missionar- ies in Java, especially the Franciscans. U. So Children Help Found School SANTA CRUZ. Bol~via -- The case contributed $25,000 to help first parochial school in the 400 year history of Santa Cruz dio- cese has epened here with the help of nickels and dimes from school children of La Crosse, Wis. Richard Cardinal Cushing, Archbishop of Boston: dedicated the school while here as papal legate to Bolivia's Eucharistic Congress Children of the La Crosse dio- build the convent and school. which is situated in Santa Cruz's slum district. There are about 3.000 children in the parish, and room for only 300 children in the two.local public schools The parish is staffed by two priests of the La Crosse diocese. Father Joseph Walijewski and Father- Emmet Faber. F 0 u*r Dominican Sisters of Sinsinawa. Wis teach in the school. Them are 40 Students, is also. a regular contributor to'for such signs in life. He is pres- magazines such as america, Ave ently stationed in the diocese of iv]aria, Worship, Commonweal,[ Fort Wayne Ind. Apostolate and Today. Courses At Aurora Center Active m Apostolate r m h F " I Interested adults f o t e ox Long active m apostohc work ~R~ ' ","vet Valley area may register he was formerly chairman of the for the entire sem:nar course ~~- - - which will bring many leading |1~1~/1~ priests and laymen to the center ~ ~n.u.--~ . d 1 to stimulate thought an d's- russian on areas vital to the lay Resident and non. resident, high school for girls Mount St. Mary Academy ST. CHARLES, ILLINOIS Conducted by Sisters of St. Dominic. Fully accredited, well, rounded curriculum, fom/Iy life environment, wholesome Catho- lic atmosphere, intramural or~ recreational sports. For infor- mation write the Principal. apostolate. Other courses being offered at the Aurora center include: Philosophy: Ethics, to be taught by the Rt. Rev. Gerald Benkert, O.S.B and the Rev. Patrick Greene, O.S.B. The Rt. Rev. Gerald Benkert is the ab- bot of Marmion abbey, and holds his Ph.D. in Philosophy from'the Catholic University of America. Both he and Father Greene, who is working for a Master's degree at Loyola university, teach phil- osophy at St. Augustine semi- nary, Marmion abbey. Theology: The Mass, to be taught by the Rev. Francis E. McDonnell, S.T.L. This course RESIDENTIAL -- COMMERCIAL -- INDUSTRIAL BUILDING 1133 So, Fifth Street St. Charles JUno 4.0296 PARKER'S BUILDERS SUPPLIES, INC. SELF SERVICE THE BUILDERS SHOPPING CENTER WHERE YOUR CASH $'s BUY MORE "'It's Easy Parkin at Parker's" LUMBER ROOFING INSULATION HARDWARE A FULL LINE OF O'BRIEN'S PAINTS GOODYEAR: VINYL TILE COUNTER TOPS SANDRAN RUGS E. MAIN ot 11TH AVE. PHONE JUNO 4-0057 ST. *CHARLES Religious Theatre Begins in France ST RLING PARIS- An International Festival of the Religious Thea- ter has been born at Annecy, in the French Alps. It is under the patronage,~ of Daniel-Pops, Catholic author and member of the French Academy. The festival has grown out of a highly successful presentation in Annecy of Georg~s Bernanos~ play, "Dialogue of the Carmel- ites." The young troupe of actors and directors, encouraged by popular enthusiasm for their work, now plan to present reli- gious plays of all periods from the Middle Ages to today. The actors expect to bring their productions to cities and towns throughout France and abroad. Daniel-Raps has said the International Festival of the Religious Theater may arouse interest in religion among peo- ple who never enter a church. "The Crowds that never cross the portals of our cathedrals will not refuse to assemble on the cathedral square to hear and see woe'ks of outstanding beauty," he said, N.Y. Cardinal to Receive Award NEw YORK--Francis Cardi-,ed a~ a dinner to be held hal Spellman. 'Archbishop of New York. has been named for the usa award for meritorious and distinguished service to the men and women of the armed forces. Maj. Gem Melvin L. Krule- witch, chairman of the New York USO's annual campaign, said the award will be present- in the Hotel Commodore on De- cember 11. "The tireless devotion a n d dedication shown by Cardinai.~ Spellman to the welfare of the men and women of our armed, forces has made His Eminence a symbol of home and America to millions of servicemen of all faiths," Gem Krulewitch said. New Indulgence Given to Practice VATICAN CITY--To encour-lgranted to those who contritely age greater devotion to St. lkiss the f o o t of the ancient Peter, the Holy See has granted] ,~, ,~ o~, ~ polo a new indulgence to all w h o] ~, "~ " "~, " pray Ior us perform the pious act of kissing ' . the foot of the Saint's bronzeI The statue has been an o~- statue in St. Peter's Basilica I ject of devotion for centuries. An indulgence of three years Catholics have long followed the was announced by Arcadia pious practice of kissing i ts Cardinal Larraona, the n e wiextended foot as a sign of ven- h e a d of the Sacred Apostoliq,eration to' the Prince of t h e Penitentiary, whose Office of ] Apostles. The bronze foot h a s Indulgences is responsible forlbeen worn smooth by countless luch matter~. The indulgence is I kisses. Get the Best . . . Ask for Carpet Drapery TWIN CITY Linoleum PRODUCE CO. MA S.0750 Sterling Ph. 184 II E. 4tb St. Sterling Colonial Acres Rest Home One or Illinois* Finest Rest Homes For The Chronically Ill The Elderly and The Convalescent Courses at Batavia Center Classes will open at the Bata-i BELVIDERE -- Sister Fred- via center located at Holy Cross I --. ' ~erlca, iormer aommlstralor oI school Wilson and Van Burenl . . ~ i St. Joseph hospital, has been as- streets, m onaay, ~ept. 11. TheY lsigned to St. Joseph hospital in wm oe nero every other Monday El Paso, Texas, as administra- through Monday, Dec. 4. Regis-tar. Sister has been stationed at !rations will be accepted from 7 the Belvedere hospital the past to ~ p.m. on ~ept. 11. three years when she undertook -Courses being, o!fered at the the building program for the re- ~atawa center mcmae: Sociology: A Catholic Ap- proach to Social-Economic Prob- lems, to be taught by the Rev Thomas Greene, O.S.B M.A. This is a continuation of the very popular course from last semes- ter, but may be taken indepen- dently. It Will stress the social, encyclicals of the past 70 years, with particular emphasis on Pope John XXIII's "Mater et Magistra." Sacred Scriptures: Introdue-, tion to St. Paul. The instructor will be the Rev. Sergius Wrob- 'lewski, O.F.M S.T L who will cover the Acts of the Apostoles and the earlier Pauline epistles. 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