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News Section--Page 6A THE OBSERVER EDITION OF OUR SUNDAY VISITOR Sunday, December 3, 1950 relate, Priest, iplomat To Talk NCEA Meeting Sessions In Cleveland To Discuss 'Human Rights And Education' Washington --(NC)m Three in- ternationally famous speakers have been selected to address the 48th annual convention of the National Catholic Educational Association in Cleveland from March 27 to 30 and to emphasize the theme of the sessions, "Human Rights And Ed- ucation," it has been announced at the association's headquarters here. The three are: Archbishop Ger- ald P. O'Hara, Bishop of Savan- nah-Atlanta; the Rev. John Court- ney Murray, S.J., of Woodstock (Md) College, and Charles Malik, Minister from Lebanon to the United States. They will speak at the civic meeting" which will highlight the opening day of the convention in the Cleveland Public Auditorium where virtually all the sessions will be held. Archbishop O'Hara won wide- spread acclaim throughout the free world for his service as Regent to the Apostolic Nunciature in Bucharest, Rumania, from January, 1947, until last July when he was expelled by the Rumanian com- munist regime. Before his de- parture, Archbishop O'Hara issued a statement protesting the action of the Rumanian regime and also condemning its treatment of hu- man rights. Upon his arrival in Rome from Rumania, the prelate was given the personal title of Archbishop by His Holiness Pope Plus XII. He was warmly welcom- ed on his return to his Georgia See, which he has administered since 1935. In his convention address, it is expected that Archbishop O'Hara will draw largely upon his experiences behind the iron cur- tain. Father Murray who is world- famous as a theologian, only re- cently completed an assignment for the United States government in the western German occupation zone. He is editor of Theological Studies magazine and professor of theology at the Jesuits' Woodstock College. Earlier this month, Fath- er Murray received the Cardinal Spellman Award of the Catholic Theological Society of America. Father Murray is the author of Several books and has written ex- tensively for the N. C. W. C. News EDWIN HOGAN i Sewer Contractor. Free estimates cheerfully given on all storm and sanitary sewers .and water mains. Office and Yards 750 N. Madison Phone Dial 5-4732 Rockford, III. TRUE-COLOR NOT TINTED OR OIL PAINTED This Revolutionary Electronic Color Process Giotto You Full Color Photos So Life-Like It Must Be Seen To Be Believed. Studio Portraits in Color at a Cost Formerly Paid for Black and W, hite. TRUDEAUX STUDIO 129 N. MAIN ROCKFORD FIRE CHIEF GREETS THE BISHOP In Washington for the annual meeting of the Catholic Bishops of the United States, Bishop Francis P, Leipzig of Baker City, Oregon. receives the greetings of the District of Columbia Fire Department from Chief Joseph A. Mayhew. Bishop Leipzig, who was consecrated a Bishop in September, has been Chaplain of the Oregon Fire Chiefs Association for the past 20 years. Chief Mayhew has a son a priest, the Rev. Bernard A. Mayhew, S.J., of St. Mary's College, St. Mary's, Kans. {NC Photos) Service and for Catholic publica- tions on subjects pertaining to ed- ucation. Minister Malik was catapulted into the international spot light when he addressed a United Na- tions session last year and his re- marks were regarded widely as an objective analysis of the evils of communism. Since that occasion, the diplomat has filled a number of speaking engagements and has written extensively against com- munism. His UN address has been published in booklet form and dis- tributed widely. The NCEA executive committee at a recent meeting in Chicago drew up a complete but tentative program for the convention ses- sions. The various departments and sections of the association now are at work contacting suggested speakers and making other final arrangements for the sessions, the association disclosed. The Cleveland committee in charge of convention arrangements is headed by Msgr. Clarence E. Elwell, Cleveland diocesan super- intendent of schools A feature of the convention will be an en- larged exhibition section, at which all the latest literature, equipment and other aids to education will be displayed by the nation's leading commercial organizations. Egyptian Senate Now Has Catholic Member Rockford -- Angelo Biasin, 71, 1220 Morgan street, St. Anthony of Padua par- ish, Nov. 27. Mrs. Amelia Cuppinl, 62, 1332 Blake street, St. Anthony of Padua. parish, Nov. 25. Frances C. Gilmour, 1050 Mulberry street, St Mary's parish, Nov. 24. Aurora -- Peter PattiBiever, 59, 953 Front street, St. Nicholas parish. Nov. 24. Charles S. Dotchkus, 60, 905 E. Lake street, St. Peter's parish, Nov. 23. John C. Dunphy, 79, 168 S. Lake street, Holy Angels parish, Nov. 25. Valentine A. Hiemenz, 70, 779 Benton street, Sacred Heart parish, Nov. 22. Casper Kettenhofen, St. Joseph's parish, funeral service Nov. 27. Elgin -- John G. Elberink, 61, 221 North street, St. Joseph's parish. Nov. 22. Freeport --- Roy Daughenbaugh, 58 31/~ E. Main street, St. Joseph's parish, Nov. 23. Sandra Sue Leicht, 10, St Vincent's Home, Nov. 26. Marengo -- Daniel John O'Rourke, 33, Hinckley. Sacred Heart parish, Nov. 21. MeHenry -- Math M. Blake, 65, St. Mary's parish, Nov. 26. Savanna -- Mrs. Eleanor Zubaty, 36, 420 N. 5th street, St. John's parish, Nov. 21. Spring Grove -- Vincent Martin, 75, St Peter's parish, Nov. 27. Woodstock -- Mrs. Babetta Nichoiaus,, 78, St. Mary's parish. Nov. 22 "It is a holy and wholesome thought to pray for the dfad." REQUIESCANT IN PACE The Rev. Philip Dudley Healy died Dee. 5, 1934 in Aurora, IlL, and is buried in St. Charles, Ill. The. Rev. Peter S. Masterson died Dee. 15; 1945 in Sycamore, IlL and is buried Cairo, Egypt -- (NC)--For the in Mount Carmel cemetery, Sycamore, IlL firqt ti~o ~'hta,~o.~r~fitan ~=-ate-o-,t Grant, we beseech Thee O Lord that ............. ehy~'~---=. ~..-.. .. .. r the souls o "~" :' "~" ' " [ ]ny servants, ~ny priests, l ncludes.a Cathohc Senator of.the[whom in this life Thou didst honor with Lal~ln ~lte in tile appolntmenl; OZ] the sacred office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven for evermore Amen Edgard Gallad Pasha. It was ap- proved by King Farouk. ----~ Gallad Pasha is the owner and Great bv His Holiness Pone Plus director of two of Egypt's most ira- XII in 1949 in consideration of the p.ortant, daihes: AI Zamane, pub: distinguished services rendered by ~,snea in Ara~m, ann ~e Journal him and his press to the Catholic u r, gypte, pumlsne(1 in ~rencn. ~e cause in E~vnt was given the title of Commander *'~ " r r f Gre or the He is a cousin of Bishop Vincent of the 0 de o St. g y ................ ~.~ela~, 2tUXlllary ~o me Latln ra~- riarch of Jerusalem and only Latin-Rite Arab Bishop. He has often taken a strong stand for the defense of Christianity in the Inca Middle East. BUILDERS OF GOOD ROOFS SINCE 1888 2501 Charles Street~ROCKFORD, ILLINOIS--Phone Dial 4-6795 LEATHER GOODS TRUNKS BAGS 113 W. State. I III . 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