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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1961 IFIRST OF SiX ARTICI.ES aln , World N i i 1 Ho-'~sing'Py ,~f ~ho al,~, =~ ,~,o p.m vin the Knights~, r--os f Columbus ~~ formed at the --~!i of ts mea~ns oi ~axauon, sttcufh[ li SUChl, 1 the' Switzerland--A national tenants, boycotting of la.rrge~ w BERN, ~uhp~o}iS2i[dSvet}a:{~di~h~,rY:~ : d~ ~thaed;r~ !~apYare~I~dle~m ~n~ ~e Bli ih~ ~:dm~:l~g~:~?At~:aib: }he r:gh~:!?a~IdnPs ,N.C.W.C. NEWS SERV CE Removals Final forbidden. Such posters are being[ Block Sick Calls "I ot aoout a a minion ~t traomon t uc " not alone in the field o ea at'on playing them tions Accordin" to an instruction ~oNn,o, An;O s presentea to me Chanceries vy o ?mmtratlve and go~,;3 o Peace'&A L ." [~v hA~.r~^~]| I~1~ ~l~J.~.s q'[ ,l~ ps, who~~.z.~was a rest d by the] . "lThe[[ requests for removal from[have been used as places of wor-ltain days,/[ ~reclte at least art of the Rosar Y ~ mdmms of the prowncml natron Others permit the chaWdoctor [ Bishops Urge r am a;n::: :tt~dnher:eaching here= [EDITOR'S NOTE: The fo,- ifor their refusal to confirm the,the cemeteries--are often forbid-,churches are being demolished or ~r gr~mn furf.~ea~il~tyPtheh #~ling ~am~ll~e~ an~indnegl:etlY~narl~:r states the goal of the communist lowing analysis of how the Pol- [appointment of a candidate, for [den, at'though the same circular l changed into houses of culture or. g Y I,government of Czechoslovakia is I ish communist regime is slow- [ pastor or administrator of the lot the Ministry of Interior distinct- I stores despite the protests of the bishops in 3nPa stor31a letot~t~a3~ks-]pcPlnestruction of houses suitable so to restrict the training of new ly forcing shackles onto the parish. This is contrary to thellY stated that permission will belpopulation. rag. the con Itry s :y "1 priests that the Church will sire-[ Church comes from a highly [regulations which . request that lgranted for them. The consti!u-t Expenses for church equipment " ivln ann atonement ~tor iamlnes ougn~ not to oe m~L V But he SUCh reasons oe staten ~woreover tin i g g ' = ply oie out 'me report sain marl aumoritati e source, t [,I ' n "tself also guarantees the inr church construction are con i s~:p PArm?~3zWL:eik~dA;oe~s- rW:vl~a~:d iwdi~toiutty h:amnntto t~: i:: r ~eSp~l:e~; religious ~r::x:; ~Joe~t5 ~ e;n::n?:f~l~e P Y I Y, . " tolic Administrator of Trnava. [ Church. This is the first of a I use r quests oy me aioce an [character organized on the occa- ] total costs for such purposes and inexpensive family dwellings. IThey quoted a phrase cornea ny ~A-o-rain~ to the Annuario Pox ] series of six articles on the Ichanceries to state reasons. This[sign of the "Millennium'! of Chris-I Aid given to poor parishes by " The called attention to current Julius CardinalDoepmer or s " r " f h C ur Y ' I ~ .n.;. ~M, ;a= =~o~i.~;o.I ] pe secuhon o t e h ch m I makes it lmposmble for the [ Uamty m Poland, and posters pub- [the diocesan chanceries in Poznar housing conditions in which they [Munich, Germany, that "house ~'~".'~;~r'~'~'~:;~:':::'~' ~,~:] Poland.] " ]chanceries to be specific in their/licizing the slogans of the "Great [are treated as expenses subiact to saw "shameless ex lmtaho' " n" ofl building is cNurch buildlr~g " - v " ' ~- ,- P " noh~o,4 ~. ~o~a f ,v ISPECIAL CORRESPONDENCE ]appeals against the deczsmns. INovena preceding it are being[income tax and taxed accordingl~ ,~= ~.~e ~, atone. ! Communist Poland is giving the Demands for the removal of removed from church entrances Pastoral work in hospitals also Mark: LJose Ut Marian Tear Slovaklanow. has a popu!at.lon[Chureh an increasing]y.hard t imefpastors or parish a~lministrators[and fines are imposed for dis-/meets with obstacles'and prohibi- tifWa~S~v~NGT 1~7 P:;; wfayG~:dt~PeerePli:nnSo~t: c~:d:~ claltYh tih: b:~:sia3~i:r~l~yl~h:grleY, bpUtsto:~S~ n~antt:d ;m:3~ fi~ima~ea~al ba[:cdu~n" inAp:Stn :e:twG~.~h3~V'fo~rn Hpa: ~haM;:a~ of Guadalupe as Empress of the[of Our Lady of Guadalupe in the gion is divided into eight Sees--] The regime led by Communistl ~ n -:ling religi-,~ slide~ during ~[m~v f~.~v ,idt'~h,~ ~i~t:' " ' "ti It i bein made ossible ~,~.~. ~,=y o~= .u~ ~ ~u o o - .-~, - ----J s Americas will be sung m the sh'ne,s g p six dmceses and two ]unsdmtmns party leaders Wladyslaw Gomul-[~,oo,~ + ao,~; ;,o a, o [catechism class without first ob-I Many hosnital directors do not National ShrineoftheImmaculatelby donations from persons in known as apostolic adminstra-[ka~proelaimed when it came to['~".~'~, ~ . ~"'?' "-:'ltainin-a-ermit for---i I : "'-'~ N rth South" America with a ' r h h ee . . rme, trifling aominis~rative or- s v u us ng me recognize mls. however. ~ney mr- Conceptmn here at 7 30 pm Col o and VISITS HOLY FATHER Mrs Jose h Kasavubu (rl ht), wife of tigris But the Chu c as b n[ ower m October. 1956, that ~ts[~ ~;.~. ; ;+,~a h ]n i Aet,allv under a 19581hid Ma== in hos-ital -n .~ ~=v. umbus day, Oct. 12. parhcular devotmn to Our Lady the Premdent of the Congo, leaves the papal summer residence so impeded under the Reds that goal was the rule" of law. But m ~ ordinance such or~ration does and holida-^ and since "anuar'" The ceremonies will coincidelof Guadalupe. at Castelgandolfo after an audience with His Holiness Pope John ~there is only one residential bish-its dealings with the Church; it ;v:nWna :~C:aml a:3um % ]~veY[not require any permit " [1, 1961, ~aY:y permit Mass onl; with the closing of the Guadalu- Auxiliary Bishop Philip M. Hart- XXIII. She was in Italy on a short personal visit.--N C Photos. lop left,has been beating a steady, if er-. ,~- .=,~o~,ov ^- ~h" .~ ~.a, ~ a: ,o Tak'ngLo Owr e.hn~-eh~,a |ane~ a mnnth .e~ma fn~hia the plan Marian Year for Mex!co de-I~an of Washl.:ton w, co~ebrate,~ . He is Bishop Jan Vojtassak of[yatie retreat from th:s g.oal . Ar hi-]pastor or parish administrator. [ Churches and chapels which[chaplains to visit patients on cer- creed by Pope John to rest ~rom me net 12 Mass ~v~sgr James S 1 r e trary msregara o~ estaousneu con Oct. 12 1960, to Oct. 12, 1961. [A. Magner, procurator of the ~.~h ~.~l~ . ~.~H ~=~ ~VH ~,~ Communists in the summer of 1950[stituti nal and legm provisions office are dictatorial an final ]ship ior many years are beingllains to enter the hospital only to Address~Yi~~a~~Yc~aei~!i!iii~lec:ue~fi~ihii/.~jL I " ' " :0111[[havemili !2 reandrn rebec methel i routeort|me oranyoay efsrhueiii =:=;;: I =:::" I Precedm the Mass there will Catholic University of America ~ ~ /~ I " g ' - ~,~,~ nanmm~v~nn /~nm~l'umr~e~ IJ ~P~n~a. ann senteneea to a z~-year prison I Z~oo ox ~, ~n ~eneral meetsltaken away in some places, in-[see those patients who request" be a colorful rocession during and alecturer and writeron Latin u n~ Pu~nunn uu ir.~nununu,ii ~llUn~'~r tarrr~ fha fnlla;,~,ina "l'annar~, N'n, aywora. The s]tuauon extenos ~. " .~' . ]~lnding ~'Pn~nn ~nd flt.]v~ T '.e Jhi= vieit 'Phav farhid tho f~,~a vie P ' l e n ~ J from the national government with numerous and manitota on- " ~' "= - : - P "'P ' ", " P '[AI. C$ A,--I, I ,~ 83 years old, he is still under[ . ]sta-'o = t u" b" mo oivil au ]eian, Strzezewo county Chodziez,]iting of patients. The exercise of whzch women artmz ants will America will reach the s rmo. / I~| ~ ,- ~= ~,~r~ /-- lviemoet~ o[ me + down to rovincial and town coun e ~ " ' lace roses at a lar e co of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate will /-~/ ~ ~,111 U~ p P g PY arrest. [ [m iH~ wh~ g.~l ~ fl. i~ ]and Lobosma. The cwfl author|healthy rehgmus n'nmsterlng ~s per- miraculous painting of Our 'Ladylmake up the choir. ROCK FALLS Dr John Mc ~amo-tmon ema wm nave m.elr Slovakia's Byzantine Rite Dio-icus'- [io~'restric~-;r~e's~s' -t~'-a~n+'ever]have issued orders prohibitinglmitted only for seriously sick pc- ,[ --~ . . "tregular Communion Sunday Oct v hiel~ ban .~1 nan[ runner appom~mems ! ~a f o~;vit" J holding of religious devotions in t tients and at their request, and uonnelt o[ I~OCK ~allS has neon =o= ,~ ~, ~A articular" roadblock aga' last "~'= "'"=~ o~e~ ~ ,~- ~. . = S I [8 at 11"15 Mass at St Nicholas ,~,~^. 'i~' ia-*-a ~'- -] P ~ "'" fi-es are chapels In Nosalewo, Deblca, Pod- the nurse m charge is allowed to ~AAI ~ ~,~ ~ = ~+.A~ 1 "~.=.~ inominatea mr a secono term asl " ~ ~, ~,~ ,~uuo~u.~ = L .~L. -L .:~.- :-- "he field ofIwarnmgs' rereads ann a I .I ,~l~gl~,~ I~IgVV' IIIIIIII ICIIIUII Law~ e r A m~ ~.uurc. ex,~t~ m ~ gale, county ~zezeclnez, ann Call ]n me chaplain only W~t.l'l t~e hu ch dance will be held in overnment measure in 1950 and common The civil authorities ,-, P?:id~nstt "Am'l~r ==iie;:S~)av- the evening from 8:30 to ll'301~ransformed into an Orthodox din- p~:~r:l 3ppo~ntis~en~Sun~ndrie:he above all are determined not to Mroezen, county Kepno. permission of on duty, WASHINGTON -- Sen. Leveret~ popmauon rumor man me ~azu . o ' ' I . . . ~ -~ ~,v . ' ~ --~ $altonstall of Massachusetts has population as is now the ease. enport, In. Dr. McDonnell grad- eese ~itst~gah~l~ol~f The Church-State agreement Pe~slt:h~YhCh3vr~hnW%k l:u~h3rSe railed fn uz~oninff iihm'aliTatinnl .Saltm~tall ~ai,t thin vhanaaluatea from St. Ambrose wire a]hall with Bill Havemann's band[me commumsts. ~s cam c December 8 1956 had as its first . $ " Your Friendly Service Station I REPUBLIC I B S in 1953 and received his Ordlnal'y Bishop Pavol GojdIc, omt a romlse of annulment of ties hold to be their monopoly I of U.S. immigration laws. [would double the number of im-] ',' Iplaying. i- " [P" P " I Ham er Processiong " A ~k l l III . l Ill I . bcnool of MeCllclne was sentenceo to nte lmprlson ahnlst era P Asking whether there is 'holm]grants eligible for entry to[ t A oti. will "lthe old decree of the St "" " [ i UalITy ~RODI! Itl II-~llllll~ nil=Ill I I ~ ,t fro, immiorant~ inlmnr,~ th~n qr~a ~n-uall- [ vonowing internship ac ~ooxt Imenc ann aiea in amy ot 1960.]whieh demanded nrior State ap-[ Y,Ill UHd Illll[.M/ I ~'~,'~'~' '~*."~,':~'b'~'.~g-'~'~ 7r'~ hi']l" :l~,~ '~l~ ~.~ County hospital, Chicago, he nolo uct. 15 at me rar Ksme rol-lThe Annuario Pontifieio now listsinrova1 for all Church officials icharitable activities as aiding the; 7~ So, Lake Street III -------- I t ih :i ~~h:!l:~:t:~ !ii:~ h ' al B G VAt ING world to a city founded by the He said Italy's quota under the - ~ " ]time and Oct 29 there will beInn need of being afraid of man. Y, . I ' III - . t I l)ntPh " /hill wnnlrl h~ rai~od from .~'m.land nis wire, uemn, are parents[ ' ' . . I ~ ~r ~ ;. was kent Under arrest for threets meumes esuma~eo oy me j I MINOR -,nd MAJOR REPAIRS Ill AsK ror om rerez I ' = vv I .r . - / a rlalloween masoueraae oance i --~uu===c~ a=~ ~ = ~ [.; ;, ~.dq~o III I ,O!Ilve cnuaren, mree glrlB ann ~ ears ~ .~u u. ~ ~. , Saltonstall appealed in a Sen- to almost 20,000, and Greece s . /with prizes awarded Bob Hessel- Y " " / According to a circular of the eSUN TESTING EQUIPMENT HI 220 So. River TW 2-4O90 I ate address (Sept. 19) for action from a little more than 300 to two ooys /baum's band will" ~lav Dave[ They judge but half who only The decree ~upercemng tne.op-/~,~.u~, ~,~ ~ ~;.~ .~ j ~ ~ ~ Ill I m ~e =~ise~mn ofoC~ng~:~]alHO:to~:.bil, (c 552) w^"H R:r FWrCn~:inneE's M ~erell m:fscales" andPeggy-W lf are.chmr-]faults ml see. PDr:c?~e~95:led~g~6WiSt 1::ue?f:ctj1957, ~orpus Christi process]g-.n: ~ '[~ u. ~wu ~,=.m, u ~ u . c.[ ~,o. uu u h.h ; ~, ~ ;,^' ~ [men Ior me monm's aCl:lVli:les. [ --uryaen ' - ' .-/r,~'mire only an agreement on the /I I ,~ aF~a.~a~ ~w~,~j,v~= ~aua- ave overnment organs a veto ~"~ -' v 1 D~ve- In ~ervice he is a cosponsor, authorize ~ssuance of 40,000 spy- . i g g / ro /I ~a--e- ~ 1 i ,( I "a [tarmm Aurora ~ -ower over Church appointments lcourse ann me ume o[sucu p - /I ~ ~ ' ~l~H~ I une a. oatl WOUla make me cl i non-quota ]mmlgrauon visas ' ' - ~ P "[ :~--~ ~"* '~'--" "~ q'~es /~. LI I annual number of immigrants for refugees from communist ~-- [ &AI=rT Tl-II= FI [=Dr v Pretext For Pressure n -- II I nro tinnat, t. the a~'~60 total[t.rann- r' - /^ I 111 [:5 This decree has become the|m po Y s "-Ok''-I OLD SECOND I 1 / I'll'lll l/I I xnwx~, ,~,Tr,~ THE REV JAMES F LAF i i ~;:::~::~.~:,~ tho r'h,rch ~nrl for hamn [tradlhonal ones and running out- ; I I "." -: .+ hlrl oo ' ~ " The set side of inhabited areas or by a p ! , ~, il[IOIIC ivleelln Au~trmns- --10 per cent of the FERTY, pastor of St. ary iiiiii:ii:iii::ii::ii:i:!::iiii~~ erm her development. "/blank refusal to agree to any "'"~:::::'~ ,:,u~ :, ~- - M g,1 ~ ~ ~ Washers Dryers ~ [country's population--have regis- Church, West Brooklyn was born ting up of new parishes or the| beside -- fl Refrigerators--Stovel lar e nes 15 of / DFahwas~ere l~lr'~'AS~Ii'~l~l'ON--An official of which is the convention theme, ltered as members of the Rosary ;. w ", ,~ division of the g o -/ : ^, Downer & River Sts - ~lL~--, a Protestant seminar will be one Other s cake, s will include Wfl Penance Crusade,rommm to i ten ]mposmble, because the pry-/ " M~RORA ILL [I a y p " P g ::::: ~:~:":~:~ Posters Forbidden H . " " "":'"' "" ~ " Ler US wire Tour New ome of John and Mabel Laffert He of the featured sl~eakers at the,liam V. O Brien, director of " P Y " ii::}:{!~i " ' N I! 594 5th Ave TW 2-9613 I' 34th annual conference of the Georgetown Umversltys institute- ~ ~ ::::::i{ . . ~' / ~ ~ SERVICE SINCE 1871 [I '~"R / ~vorv day attended St. Thomas high school ::i::}:: al councils regularly refuse their- Other processions--such as to FRIE DLY & COMPLETE Catholic Association for Inter- of world policy; the Rev Joseph The crusade was founded short- m l-tOCK[Ora ann ~,oras ~ouege at :: ~~iii::iiiili permission. They gwe as reasons[ .~ . ]1 ,~u ~,~,~ / national Peace to be held at the McKenna, S J of Fordham uni- ly after World War II by an Aus- Dubuque, In. :: ~i!~.::~:::~ii} for their refusal such circum.| ( ~.~ Member of F.D.I.C. /l~m~~~ Sheraton-Park hotel here from]versity; Ernest Lefever of the In-/trian friar, the Rev. Petrus Hay- He studied philosophy .and stances as the excessive burden[ ~ ~ c theology at the North American for the faithful revolved m the Oct 26 to 29 tstitute of Defense Analyses andlli ek O.F.M. as a response to ~~:ili!i " " ",/a ~. ~ ~,hl~ - s R college m Rome receiving a h u key of the ansh and the as ~I, II The Rev John C. Bennett dean James E Dougherty, of the For-/the Fatima message of prayer and," ! ~~i:! P P P P -/ hmnrnnchnrd ' ' entiat " af r ,::::::::::::: . ,w ~. ~=~ C e In sacred theology te tor The number of etltlons re of the Union Theological semin-[eign Policy Research institute, lpenance. Main goals of the move- p p -/ " /FI which he did postgraduate work sented b the diocesan chanceries cry, New York, will speak at a/University of Pennsylvania. [ment are world peace and the '. .~ " . " . .: . ~::~i;!~:ii Y ,/ ~IIglUI~H Complete ~ h z of d l at the t,regonan university m accepted b councils Is negllgl -P general session Oct. 27. The/ A traditional convention high-['berat'on oppresse peopes. . ' ~~/~:!: ::i Y "I ~ ~]~ " ~ " *L ~ . ; . = I~ CAIP said Protestant and Catho- light, the annual Mass for Peace, ~---- Rome, receiving *a licentiate in ll~~::!:: ble -- about five per cent ~ ~L~///~ .llliIArtllx'Irrl l lic scholars will serve as panelists will be offered by Father John t~,l~,~,J, "[" na cannon law. He was ordained by :::i! Appointment of pastors and] ~ ,~/~,"~//ff ,rd4~l, ut, l.l.l.~&&,sl/&,l Includes Dessort and Bevorage an th~f mornh~,v may hmv~ mn/9,ho~,rin C R p ,~ditnr .f th,=/,~.ll~UU ~ I~ / Clcll Cardinal Marchetti Selvigianni in ~:::: parish administrators is.made dif-i ~ ~//J TWO CONVENIENT no liquor -. /usf fine food s Rome Dec 8 1932 ~i~ ficult" and dela ed owm" to ob LOCATIONS IN AURORA opportunity to learn the views of[Catholic World magazine in the[ m~,~l.L~. ~mh f the",Y,g "[ ~ /~/// Prot- estants concerned w~th cha el of Dunbarton Colle e f/ His first assignment was at St Patrick parish St Charles where jectio~s raised by the presidium H, h a d L,ber t ' ] p g 0 iAltar and Rosary society of St :[ ~//~~ "g n " t, $trees "Ethics and Foreign Policy," / Holy Cross on Oct. 29. Ip~td,~t- n~rich h~ h=,4,lad ne servea as an assistant until July, 1939 when he was appointed so mat vacant pansnes cannot/ ~-~///[----~ Se. Lincoln Ave. and Clgrk St. ~ v+ ~,~ -- ! "~. v=':~", ~'"~'~T~" secretary at the chancerv office in Rockford get new administrators for as/ Wi,",~ -- - - . Imew annuat nazaar, xnursaay - ' - " ' - ' 1 as 15 months In addition/ . ~'-~------ - ALL PHONES TW 6-7734 Business Route 30 un ~ugus~ ~z, ~ ne was appo|nteo pastor ot ~t mar cnureh, ong ~'/~b[/'/~n Nov 9 in the school gym Lunch- Y . ; '| ~~~ AMBULANCE SERVICE |ast Side af Aurora, Illino|= ~'"'~"'2 * o ", 'l] ~. .; ~,= '1t ~ West Brooklyn. " the presidiums state no reasons~ ~ -- until 1:30 p.m ~ ~ ~-- ~[ ~P~4~P~P'~f~l~l~l ~ ."=~'~"'~~'~" . . Ir~ql.~Flrqll ~ v~e A variety of booths wdl Include " ",K&RTi41:I FI II - r .o e~m,~upvn~, Christmas decoratmns, "green=. ~~ -.rim.me.=.=.= nl We speclahze in ,deas and IVllh ~o ~/Et/'tlII~E;LE' I Dl:Kl.gI . thumb, baked goods, religious, " ~ ~=s II materiats, including a complete ILil/~'l['/'~n eAnlce 'f n ast lumber IIIVlIJII, i}fUJ:~ i a cy work and +hildrens. 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