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/ Official Newspaper of Rockford D ese Vol. XVI--No. 42 ROCKFORD, FRIDAY, OCT. 20, 1961 10 PAGE: 13th Annual Appeal for Needy Q~ rrvlng MARK GOLDEN JUBILEE--Rockford Mayor Benjamin T. Schleicher, the Most Rev. Loras T. Lane, and Sister Ann Sebastian, director of St. Elizabeth Social center in Rockford, are shown during a ban- quet for more than 400 persons Sunday evening at Boylan high school. The banquet capped a full day of events celebrating the 50th anniversary of the social center's service to the community. Main speaker at the dimmr was Harold J. Homann, Boy Scout executive since 1928. Included in the day's program was a Solemn Pontifical Mass of Thanksgiving at St. Mary church at 11:45 a.m. and a six-division parade from downtown Rockford to the social center in the afternoon. (P. J. La- BISHOP LANE Thursday, Oct. 26 10:30 a.m.--Rockford, St. Pa- ROCKFORD -- The B. J ( trick church, Solemn Pontifical ' Requiem Mass for Bishop Boylan. AURORA -- The opening of a I l~r~w ~umx l~ -- 1he u.~. tPoint where we are now helping tral American countries and many fund-raising campaign among the l~.nowies t=ompany, inc o[ or twelve parishes here to secure the Paul, Minn. has been selected to Btsh0Ps' 1961 Thanksgiving Cloth-[to supply the basic necessities of Caribbean islands. Clergy Conference. do the architectural work for the ing Collection to assist the needy I life to the poor in 64 countries The Catholic agency has also " Sunday, Oct. 29 funds necessary to construct two new boys' school to be erected on overseas will be conducted in of the globel During the currentlplayed a major role in emerg- 11:45 a.m.--Batavia, Holy Cross new Catholic high schools in the l ency situations and in helping the east side of Aurora Catholic parishes throughout the lyear the total value of our for-ldisaster strieken areas. of schedule As a result of the advanced con- struction, the board; which toured the building site during their meeting Monday, also set Thanks- giving, 1962, as the target date for admittance of patients. Coming Events ' Women's Page 6]interview that he "cannot under- Requiescant l,'amily Clinic 7istand why some persons in the Meet the Clergy 3 Legion of Decency 81[state] government are facilitat- May They Rest 3 Doris Answers Youth Siting movements of agitation that Editorial Page 41Hi School News S ltake the form of subversive in- Washington Background 5 I TV Movie Gnide 91 filtration after the example of Mission Colunm ~i iSt. Vinceat'a Jottings 91China and other places.!' limits, women and partiqularly married women and mothers treated with due regard, young people employed only when suf- ficiently mature and never for work that might compromise their natural development, and every danger to good morals or to re- ligious feeling avoided," it said. On the matter of salaries the letter stated: "Payment for work must not be completely left to the laws of the marketplace, or fixed in an arbitrary manner. Rather it must be determined ac- cording to the principles of jus- tice and equity proposed by Pope Plus XI in Quadragesimo Anno BISHOP LANE PRESENTS TESTIMONIAL---Mrs. William J. Ryan, St. Catherine parish, Dundee, receives the testimonial honoring her as "Woman of the Year" fromthe Most Rev. Loras T. Lane, Bishop of Rockford Mrs. Ryan was proclaimed "Woman of the Year" by the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women at its biennial convention in Freeport Oet. B. Bishop Lane, with other members of the clergy and representatives from the DCCW, traveled to the Ryan home for the presentation. Mrs. Ryan is confined to a rocking bed most of the time since she was stricken with polio nine years ago. Mitty, head of the San Francisco archdiocese for nearly 30 years. Auxiliary Bishop Hugh A. Dono- hoe of San Francisco offered the Mass today in St. Mary cathedral for the 77-year-old Archbishop, who died (Oct. 15) of a heart at- tack. Archbishop Mitty had a dis- tinguished career that brought him world acclaim. He had served as a parish priest, pastor, teach- er, and as a chaplain in World War I before being named as Bishop of Salt Lake City and eventually as head of the San Francisco archdiocese, which hal more than a million Catholics. has been named a member of the Sacred Congregation of the council. . I that the T~ ~ * ~ I filtrating IlL IFLLC /SSLLP Isistance Centers set up in Porto this week by the lay advisory ~,~ ~ Alegre and other parts of Rio board of the hospital which also Grande do Sul state . noted that construction on the new World News 2 Sharing Our Treasure 5: Archbishop Scherer said in an' building is seven months ahead church Pontifical Low Mass. Con- city was announced by the Most Francs photo )) Br~!i~a~ :il.i~h~s! ~!s made ~ U~ ,n, ts will be well In e firmation Rev. Loras T. Lane, this week 5 i~ ~ V r P'L (tisCt'ricPt o r Kmrl jV. A]te~ o~6'cA[c~hn- :~gn r:~f :hill~iom: aRl;fugl~lO~e;s~cwc set M~r~0 chPmmch. Eclg~irmS~ti Tn! mas wiG ~e fn?:f ct~Pla:rg;estwh~chr the Christian Brothers, and ap- nati has announced I A spokesman for CRS-NCWC un a refuuee relief oneration in 7:30 p.m.--Harvard, St. Joseph undertaken here, will be $1,800,- proved by the Chancery Office of The chairman of the adminis-!estimated that the clothing col- Miami Fla. to assist'.in the re- church, Confirmation. 000 in the form of pledges pay- of Cuban able aver a three year period f Rockford f he National lecttons of previous years nrought the Diocese o trative board o t " " " settlement oi thousands ~ " " Chosen For "ExperienceCatholic Welfare Conference said !In some 135 million pounds of refugees The program is now one To Open In 1962 This" architectural' firm" was in a letter to mdtvldual U.S. bish-[ usable clothing, shoes, blankets ,~f ma'orj ma"mtudes" T-- II---- l ~ new toga SChool mr ooys, ~ l l:tr~ ~ : : chosen because of their wide ex o s that the annual anneal and bedding supplies He esti ---- n ( ( I~ perience with the Christian ~aSkes it possible . . . to provide mated the value of the supplies a! era~nene:s iTugMn:ro~U:C~ea ~e:t lU WV~.~[~b. tt ann~r:t~narsU?t:?u ~Y :oh:stCh~sd Brothers, harm desi ned eight clothm for mllhons of oeonle in[$160 million This year's appeal -, . . . I '- " "" " " r u~nt ona severe = = on ~arnsworm avenue A new s ~ g - - i. ducted Apru anu o o g high schools for them during the areas of rent need throughout is the 13th annual one con 'g' [b- the US Bishops famine,CRS-NCWC cooperated ~llP4"hd4~ll highschoolforglrls, to be staffed WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, Lc ~ ms~ sew years, une o~ metrlthe worm. I ~ ' ' " with ITS and international agen- IhJ|||l |~l~ ~' by the Dominican Sisters of s largest was recently completed at letter was Ex anded Achvmes 000 tons of ~ Springfield, will be built at the W Va. (NC) -- A Catholic rural . [ The Archbishop's I "p " "" cies in shipping 30 )b Westchester for 1 800 boys At the hohc Rehef l m these north end of Edgelawn avenue be tl resent time the are also de made public by Cat " ' t CRS-NCWC during the past year wheat to hungry peope" ~,~ [~~ ' ]ile leader charged here that U.S. . m " iP: . " Y. "lServices -- NCWC, worldwide[has expanded its activities among areas ~| r~q~ . Both schools will.open for class farmers are-being denied their not reached farmers themselvs "i l agency of the U.S, Cat o" " -[the developing cotlntries of Africa, The Catholic relief agency also g " distribution of the economic re signing the new high school to h hc bmh,m the fall of 1962 usln the form fair share in the nation's pros- "Except for government safe-waros~ ot society is not now ~m be staffed by me ~nnsuan[ops which distributes the cloth-lthe destitute areas of Latin Ameri- teamed up with the U S and ROCKFORD--The Most Rev er Holy Angels school as tempor- perity, guards, a farmer today could go conmrmit wire me uemanas OtlBrothers at Jofiet ' ' ' Y ' t lug ann omer reuel suppnes tO lca and among exiles ot me rar Chinese air forces recently in air- ,v T n,~n ~o cry quarters unul the openmg of The Rev James L Vizzard S J broke faster than ever before," mc common gods anu ot social : Prepare Sketches . I thousands of destitute people land Near East. This is in addi- lifting supplies to villagesin For- u, ~"~ "'~';"~. "~":." the new schools in the fall of ' ' . he said justice," ne auuea The high school for 1 400 boys l abroad I tio-- t- its l e'~ular aid -ro'u'ams :, ctergy anu laity ot me atocese 1963 - sald farmers "have obviously been " ~ ' ' n u s v s moss anu japan mat were mL . Depressed Industry Father Vizzard declared that [staffed by the Holy Cross I ' I ~ " oU S #overnment ~.- ~ ~ r. Do,-.oio this week to observe in a fittmg Th f " ' ~ n~'o "i! dlscrimmat~d against ut the dis- ~. n,a~ nnn,~at ~Ofsu rlsm~, . o .oru ,v ~.~u e und ralslno camr-h,n WL. vescrlnmg agr~cu/mre as a the agricultural revolution in this Brothers at River Grove, in tne vw--,r, . ? trmnuon o[ economic rewaros m country has hrought into existence Chicago suburbs, was also de- "The clothing that we are able su~lus::i eds ~oedlc~n:: ,and,he : The rellef supplies g wen each mannef:: ?he,bir!hd ay ?f Pope beheaded bYIJOhn P. Har~ and this country "tlept'esseo industry," l~ather VlZ- ~, 1,~u ~ v -, ~ vv ~ --- -, american t~amolics are donn AAtII WhiCh C~IlJDI'atlUll limb ~.'tvu o. watz, ao ~ellu.tal t o ,n ml firm to Snl as a resul~ ot L/II~ ~IIHUi:III J',~ 'JJ *~* zard noted that the standard of an "agricmturai promtariat' --signen y s . P . . t " " "' e fr RSNCWC ware "a Nov 4 chairmen. Headquarters for the Father Vizzard director of the ' " " the migrant farm workers, l Preliminary sketches o he pp ,"' P " [ g Y " " " " . " " " ~ ~ h ~, ~d~oh,~n f it a eal said Archblsho Alter ut The a enc now cariies on as distnbut d om C been set for Satmd y, living on [arms lags far behind . that of cole In the cthes. From e Washington otnce ot me ~auoltal n n w.th~v vi d hara~d thatlnew boys school to be built in[his letter, "makes it possible forlsistance programs in 19 countries houses to the needy anu uesumte In issuing his memorandum, ~':"~:"~,'~,:~ ~,~.~' ~,~ Catholic Rural Life Conference g v rage annual spoke' (Oct. 17)at a joint meeting'" income1947 to 1.60net theoet.sona e en~azed- in whenever et iort"s~lav'e'-been"" made Aurora are presently being pie'- ]us to complement the vast stores,of Afric~l, plus all .S uth, Ameri-.~ overseas, regaraiess, ot race, COl- iBishop Lane noted that he will vent at 382 Galena: - SBlvd The of the clerical advisory council of agl.ic-tiitu~e-roseat)out-l:3 per cent in Congress to pass legislation tuliPSred by the firm Iof government food do n a t ed to ~ries, Mexico, tour ten- or or creen, offer a Solemn Pontifical Mass Cosgriff organization of Omaha, aid the mlglants the Farm Bu the National Association of Manu ~ ensaie for "" ~ . " . at St. James pro-cathedral here Neb. is serving as fund counsel. -- not enough to comp reau congressional ann organlza- m m IlL m -- - ' - factui el ~ and the NAIVI Cle~ g) anu ~ ' ' the dcoreciating value of the dol- ',! II i~ ~l Saturday morning, Nov. 4. in the Three Phases industrial relations commit[ee, lie lar" l~ather Vizzard said In the tional spokesmen fol employers 1 ~ -- -- --- ~ is vice chairman of the clerical" i" earn a nd ot r a . sah,c yeats, avetage uuuty "o~u ~ers;CT:e:va:i:~:tt~al:e lPd] I a a r n/I ~ n ~ rl a m a n r cO:e: paticShmChU~he:ti fn tmhead~e Pas~eewt~ngsi:aa~ t::e;a ~eld :hig advlsol y council " ings of factory workers rose more P~ ,~;. ~, v~: Yu,"I It-- It1 |,;,U II 1 U ~ ~ I I I I / on that day also, or on the fol- parishes with the leadership com- AgriculturalRevohltion than 70 per cent, hesaid, iii[;iii, i!~~!id~:~il K' AS" [ L A *~ ~J it::~tecla ii:i~i~i:d~iiii:i~:i;ihrnams~ig~!i:!~i:i!!illl:i: The Jesuit noted that in recent Cites Ethical Principle years there has been an "agricub "If it is an ethical principle that tural revolution': in America re- each economic class in society is AA A di! I I ' "'" ~a~ U U r ! H [ i ' i I / ll~ sp ' P Y f the ro Yam of devoted primarily to acquainting CHILDREN HAVE FREE DAY ,I I / I d I I / er every parishioner in the city with As a matter of fact he said [ 1 V ~ 1 '~ should be part o p g agriculture is "suosioizh]g" con- me any honoring me holy ~am ~h a ~h ~ lo 4 II titItl~[~~"IlL sumers. He pointed out that be- VATICAN CITY (NC) -- Major ijeetive basis and with equal op-land exposed in greater detail by i social servmes operated mslde an Announcement of thes, ob-th: "p~an "o~" canlp'aign"~Tt~; ;e~ ns ute or e ors tween1952 and1960 food costs roseleeonomic and social changes!portunity for all. the. reigning sovereign pontmmJenterprise itself can contribute servances will be made Sunday' ~-.1.^l~nld-.t4^~ HI t':l.^~l.~.^ ;.v,l~ll.abloll I.ar~= [/la~,~: ill I ~hls recent encyclical Mater et i hes less than two per cent, while other [ ~i ~o warld War II reouire a re- ! --As much oarticipation as pos- I [ efficaciously to the development Oct. 29, in the various par's . the early part of December. In ad- ' - lVl lstra ' cost of hvmg items rose about 15 ( I ag Id a tA urora O ,t"4 18"er centrecewede --forand the "rices farmers examinati n and re rganizati n f ~ sible bY w rkmen in the life f a Itheir e food actually ' relations between management 'firm' Ii su'-~estionThe lettel'made called attention to aby Pope John~ anu f good relations between workerSmanagement. ~ihs opCelebratl n EarlterLane noted that Po"ep ization, a large dition to the men's parish organ-women,s commit- " ' "," - ~ " [ John will actuall, mark his BOth tee will be organized under the, declined 15 per cent. and workers, a Vatican letter has --The development ol means in this encyclical, that workers ~ trot social workers m SUCh pro- ,~--,-~," r~,v z~L~' out accoraln~, ,-,~---,o-o,-v~'"~"~"'~'" ,"r ~,~.~"-~ -o--:~u o. AURORA -- Approximately 22,- der tbe guidance of His Excellen- Stressing the need for govern- stated, l'whereby workers Ol a special!be permitted to invest in the grams should be '~competent, hu- to'wor(~ received'from the Mo~ Murphy. 600 Catholic grade school children lCY, the Mos!,Rev. Loras T. La~m; nent assistance to the farm econo- The letter was written by Amle- !grouo of workers will not bear ]gr wth of the companies they mane and free trom pressure Sew Eaidio Va,~nozzi anostolie h basic gifts committee is also . D D WhO mis monm compieteo ny, the priest sa!d 2!.IS "comple!e-]to Cardinal Cicognani, Vatican i alone the burdens of automation, iw rk for. from ln tezested p artms." delegate to the ~nited Stales, the be}rig formed, to assmt, m special m the diocese of Rockford had a ." ' ly unrealistic" to beneve mat ,'the lsecretar, of State in the name i Need For Security The letter aeciarea: t~r m " official celebration of this memo- grit WORK. ms commtttee lS un- s,out unuer WhiCh the Duruens WUll I hts fifth year as Bishop of Rock- free interplay of prices in the [ . i The letter said that to create tion to higher posts inside the rable anniversary is set for the tier the co-chairmanship of Ed- free day Wednesday as their 550[ ford teachers from 63 elementarY.l, " ~"xanKs' r~xnlnl~s ac-e a w- -ulm just th English.language section of ue ~p~OPBeer~rOnnoft HAl~::ts~ Pt J~o be h bal, ol r schools met at Holy Angels schoo I sis .[,91 -.M Ja~otta, w.S/7 .1 ,af pa~kl:tmPls d::~ve, farm s? :li:~e Yth ~11 e~dmP:(y awnr~telrnO~hphe:emOfus~ecbl:lt,y,sfy~etmh:: fi:rn~iva:: :ca~a~YinlgCr::s:~je~hU:~ 7::slite:f dttech:h~ChBormroar::0 :nht~ ~ardel: Farrell and Ben J here for their annual teachers',~alm aonn coitege ~tex, elanu" ~ On the contrary, he said, it is lh, Canadian Social week benefit the whole commtlnity, of social insurance or social i standards which are equal for all the third anniversary of the cor- Pastors, Lay Chairmen institute The institutes are tradi ' ~ unlo, mllOWeU wnn an auuress en- "a moral duty" for government I'-~ ~.[''~" " [ Role Of Lay Apostolate I security capable ofprotecting and inspired by justice and onation of His Holiness. Pastors of the participating par: tionally held in a different school title "A La .z~ Ar P - ~:m nasnzes ~:ncycucat . to act P [ v nt which e~ther eqmty lshes and the lay chairmen are as [ d ng oe ts r,- . - The letter said that the Po~e them In those e e s Bishop Lane concluded his re- o , of the diocese each year ~ne re . '.' "lgram for the Contemporary Cath- ~ The letter gave special em-I, . . v l impair their working ability (ae- The letter again referred to the -uest by saying' "Let us make it tonows: centlydedicated Holy Angels Iolic School.' Sister is nationally /phasis to the recent sociat en- has polntea out mat orgamzauonsl ~n~,~o m ,l~,o~ ~,~ ,^~ ~: ~ ~.^ ~ t. ;~, -a ~," ANNUNCIATION -- the r~ev- J~.- ~--- -- I I '- "-s ~ ~ p ~ s a very spectat ocaston mr renew- . e n 1% gl~% f[ ~ ~ cyclical of Pope Jonn "Mater et [ of the lay apostolate can play I th,~i- resnonsibilities (marriaae u ~ t~ ~i,~ th~ ~ f~. ~ 7 1 l~ a o~fo ti f - erena Lawrence meoenmamr, :~hsOtln~ag ~hcO~l~ieb.ecause of its ~n;:,n:O:hhe~eare~:g hofatde x~:itn w i,I s S : .~.~ ~ Maglsha and listed seven pro a ~m ottant role in thesocial h ) f rc them into 0 S B, pastor Gregory Schuster " - - ' " ' :l n " p ' " " ]parent odd or o e " possible workers should have their the Supreme Pontiff as well as ." ~" . ; VlSmns which must be onsetveal ~ 1 n ( hem 1 lay chairman, ram ~ucKardt anu Welcoming the delegates waslguage arts to grade school chil- ~ ~,~,~,~ ~t'~r~i " " -" ,educationof workers and the ~ involuntary ide ass u poy- sav in and make their contribution our gratitude for the great " . , the Very Rev. Msgr. Raymond J. ldren, L-C~ ~ |lhJ|~,~l~J#! # ! "in studying the processes of pro- ~ ]ment) " to'the efficiency and m'owth of the achievements accomplished dur- Ratph ouy as associate chairmen. I duction and in reorganizing rela- young, m, " ~ ~' ifi-a'e" HOLY ANGELS- The Right Wahl, J.C.D diocesan director! Before the talks and during the ' ~ m o ,:~ ~ ~. ~-~. ,~ /It emnhasized that Catholics in lne letter noteumat "ever enterprise. ,ng ms pure c ~ . ~ of education. In his talk he ont- inoon hour, the teachers were given BRASILIA, Brazil (NC.--.~:,~- ' u.~ ,~-~, ,o ~" I v " "I rteverena lvtonstgnor Jr. ~. t~on- lined accomplishments in the edu- i an opportunity to view exhibits of zil's Bishops haveissued an ment." The letter said there must terested in social questions should ~ nor, pastor; Dr. William Weigel, catlonal ~ stem of the diocese tin the latest textbook an ~Y " ' " -I s, d teaching ur~,ent~, e'qea for land reform and!be, provisions for: !study the teachings of Popes Leo! lay chairman," - Wtlh.am" " F Ahem," I supplies prepared by 45 different i -- h" steal and moral~ ' i Dr. Orlando Covelh, Timothy J. ~uequate p y XIII Plus XI Plus xit ann Jonn !t.o ~u ~,' ' I Kinnauy and a~red Wulff as as- Kl~m,~ ('=rrl;n~lq [companies. Luncheon was served warned this countrys top leaders -- - '~'"~" ~'* through the cooperation of the that Red agents are trainingi ~, v~,~ . IXXIII. It pointed out that "in- [sociateehairmen. JUSt ana equltaole payment h i work ts as c D. lt and todnc N ----IHome and School association of farmers and ot e" e' i~ -- " r" it i dexes of produ t" ," y p" - [ OUR LADY OF GOOD COU - tor WOrK wlm me oppo tun y l l o rlclnlw Ivleyer[Holy Angels school guerrilla fighters in preparation[ 'ltion cannot be taken as the su- [SEL--The Reverend Sylvester " "" uncil Posts Tells of New'Service for::la:~:dn?pmr:::ng: ::aer~!:i!hneme::~ i :i::~;ii tl: !( ~: ?s;r~c~'~elnp~c~Se~gi:su:c? ( {Con~2) /0 LO At the afternoon session the o v ~ ~heu. plealn VKIICAN CITY (NC) Hts[Rev. Alvin Illig, C.S.P:, director s f su " '" ' "-" "hn CXl~I ha iof the National Catholic Readinga joint letter to President Joao,ance and social security to pro-cordance with requirements of the [Archbishop M#ty Goulart and PremierTaucredo!vide for disasters or other dan-qmora1 order safeguarding the t l'lOllnCSS vope J0 S ' Distributors association spoke on " " "" i uman dignity of a,lten- [Funeral Today appointed Albert Cardinal Meyer. ,A New Libt'ary Service" for Ele- Neves gels to family stablhty h 1 hose Archbishop of Chicago and Amle" mentar Schools " Thls" program- They said that des)ire props- --Employment o~ social work-igaged in production.' ,', . Y . to Cardmal Clcognanl Vatican. was organ zedi d .rmgu ' the p sta ganda claims, the communists[era, i in an industry who are com- Stresses'Safeguards ,-,In secretary of state and toimer . ". year on a nat,tonal basis in order~wh are infiltrating Brazilian petent, human anct tree trom The" ~e~Ler' ,a~a~=u;~'";~'*"'~ u."" tx,~l~ u~ ~- 1 apostolic delegate to the United t enable Cath h h ls to te ] o o "c sc oo . iarm organizations are not inter-]pressure . sity of adequate physical and SAN FRANCISCO. (NC.)--More States to posts for the eomlng v r . " " eei eegular additions to their ested in bettering the lot ot farm-! --The granting of promotions moral safeguards "Hygiene must than a score of b~shops and hun- / ecumenical counctl 1 ibraries of the finest children's ers. and salary increases on an oh- be practiced accidents and oc [dreds of priests and laity attend- Cardinal Meyer will assume dut- books available each year They added: "The grave fact cupational disease averted, work- ed a Pontifical Requiem Mass ics as a member of the Central At the final session the teachers which we must report is that Red]To here for the Most Rev. John J. Preparatory commission for the [farmers Lay Cornerstone ing hours kept within reasonable council while Cardinal Cicognani