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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1961 II Noted Trio I T R A NO B U T T R U ,o ]] I Little-Known'Facts lot Cath"ol|cs ar uouege [ --"-" --" II Graduation ! . NOTRE DAME, IBd.--(NC)--/ [[~,~ I--~li I ,:ili:~: Dag Hammarskjold Secretary/ IL.~-~ ~ ~f'J[~illl~.~l l~- U/[ Po " :i!:: i General of the United Nations,/ lllllm~'~~~?A*.|qlil~l$. l~ e, rresloent 3alute Ct M and L a u r i a n Cardinal Ru P ~ ::: :::!iii : i i: PITTSBURGH--His Holiness]to" Pope John will be the principal speakers] |~/ ' ~;: : Pope John XXIII and President] He said the Pope is 'well at the Uni-ersity of Notre| F~'~ ~ " Kennedy sent. greetings to the aware of the admirable retort [i iliiii~)~'~i! -.~, " I- -- i~- -'1 bienniaI convention here of the Jof achievement of the National 1 ~an%eeSer~:t~tenxeransnU:~ Suen~ta?:l [~~~ ~Weut~ ,D~J National Council of Catholic/Council of Catholic Men in theI~.llk::i::::i June 4 l I~?~"~;NO7 Men. -- /field of the lay apostolate." ~ ~,- en o he'C'arnegi cerise nFather Theodore M Hes I I~R,~'w~P P2~g'lSrlsv,~.g The Pope's greetings w e r el President Kennedy 'praised ~ I~ buroh C S C uDiversitv nresi I contained in a tetter from Do-[the NCCM for making "good [] ~ -! ]~Z22~"5'": .". menico Cardinal Taraini, Vati-icitizenship. a moral imper- ]1~ ~ dent stud Mr. Hammarsk]old] ]'/N[Rg/a/ ~l~$ w. ~ ,:~gi~- .Lt~ ~'I]~.~, [1 can Secretary of State /ative " [] ~ Will denver me commencememl j ~-~ ~11,~.]{~*,~"~1 Cardinal Tardini sa i d the/ He said delegates to the con-[] ~ address and receive an honor-[ ]~tr~~'-~, /~l~,'gl li I I theme of the NCCM conventionlvention were "asking not what [] ~ ai'y degree during graduation] ~l~~.x~," ~i~WI~'tll II. II --"The Apostolic Layman: New[your Church and country can [] / ceremomes beginning at 2 p.m.[ |~~'~.~~ 1~ I [ Responsibilities in Christian do for you, but what you can do i: :: i Cardinal Rugambwa, Bishop Unity"--was " f warm interest/f r y ur Church and c untry'"l/ iiiiii::ii i iil ~ :::: ,of Buboka in Tanganyika, will l~ . 1 ~ ~i~::~::~::~i::~:~::~i~ ;give the baccalaureate sermon l I~ ~'l~! Brothers Teach in 77 Countr:es [] ~ iii!i~::!i!i:!i!i!ili~i ilii !:: i earlier in the d a y during a[ ~~~f ~'-~ [] ~ ::::::::::::::::::::::::: iilii ii Solemn Pontifical Mass which[ I ~~1 ~.~ [[ I~ ~~~4;.~4~ WINONA. Minn.--There a r eIgor, assistant to the Superior I ~ ~:i~ii::i::iiii :if::: i:: will be offered by Aloisius[ [ ~~~'~ 16337 Christian Brothers en-General for the American prey [] ~ ~ iii iii i ,~ ~. I I ~~ ~ l~J O '~" " t~',',~l,t gaged in teaching 648 427 pupils'tRees of the Christian Broth:l p, a.~, "~ A ~t;lr~:~e s~V~:d%innis%;~t~Cve: ~t:f7] ~~:,~.~ ~!~ ' - I ~ L ~,~ UnL~t~ t~U~ ~r~L,~U,~--~ [eievts]o. Droaocas[ Ol the lor[ncomlng orai~laIlons lo J " "1 I~~:~ll m JJ. countries; accormng tolers. o !the priesthood on Saturday, May 27, at St. James Pro-Cathedral will he carried bv WREX-]The two Cardinals also will re-I 1~~~ s~fsrtt~s~ r:u=~i:~ 2:(;" r " [ ~lX oi me COheres anon s,vu; TV, Channel 13. The broadcast will begin at 10:30 a.m. Planning the telecast at a recent meet- iceive honorary doctorates. I I~~ the U S wher: the'vUCaa'ee1~411~ 2nce2 arieo~?ntnehu'?"l'ne] ing in the chancery were:'(seated, 1. to r.)the Rev. Francis J. Moroney. secretary to the ] Father He;burgh also will| ]~//~.~,F(,~t~xx~~1 p ~ ce a t n e confer honorary degrees upon .'; ~ 1. "o . ", ',~: [bishop; the Most Rev. Loras T. Lane; and the Rev. William I, Joffe, diocesan director of vega- i [ 1~~ coo~ ~'m~ MA~;-77M~"~ ] commumnes and. t.eacn ~u,~U~lmrgest nu~oer o~ Lnr!stiantions, and (standing, 1. to r.) AI Bilardeilo, advertising manager for WREX, and Joseph ,J. A. Strattc.n, president of thel |~(~c~[v~o Eq[~t [ ~nt-~t~ou ~u~o )a,u~rot ,q o~" i ;lud:2t ,:Th%stat; t i 2:: d22-l Zso.th,of t, e U. s. p,ovmc~,[ Baisch, general manager of the television station. (WREX-TV Staff photo, :Massachusetts Institute of Tech-[ ]~M:~'o)4~-NOi,~t/ [ v - [ nology: Dean Erwin N. G r i s-[,"~ R MC 3too :to ~O~.rAtg ~P$ | New College Campus Planned I a wold of the gN ~ ~'~ 1 ~loht,q ~ t-Tnh n W C-~rrln~r- P:te;i- [ . KANSAS CITY, M '--TheC I-lingthe 196364 school term. The P all, dr 1~ lla8 oeauer o~ow York Jh~es E Webbl" lege of St. Teresa for women present college will be renova- .~ i :,~ '1 "iP111~i~l~il~aI1 I head of the National Aeronau a conducted by the Sisters of St. ted and used to expand St.] " Ifics and Space administrationjl ,~~'~~ Joseph of Carondolet has pur-lTeresa's Academy to accommo-I /1[ "~ /~/,r'~, lel 1~. ~ ~ ~'~'~"~ ~ ~ "~"'~" "~ IGlenn T Seaborg chairman of/' t chased a 48-acre tract as the/date an enrollment of 800 stu-I .z~L~ j 23"WLTEEEE EE ~ ~EJEIE~ I EE Ih * 'S "" tomi Ener I tt f e 11 ~ EEl~q~lsL~l~ 5L~ll~qL.~ I~1~' t e u A c gy s'e o a n w mu t'-million dol- dents. The college now is limit-[ J I [commission James Johnson!1 .-~ I lar college campus. " ed to 500 studer,ts but is expect-I " ISweenev director of t h e Mu tl f -~ h I Sister Mary Daniel, president, ed to expand to 1,000 students[ AUEORA--The Rev. Francis L. Filas, ~. o, at ~oyola univer-! t~ommittee memoersincmae[ -~ ~ ~, , / ~t, will scum of Fine Arts of Houston said construction will begin in in the next ten years, Sister ~' Y "' be the featured speaker at the "Friends of Newman"lMmes. Birehard Coar, Robert~. ' . ,II e r I I I the fall and it is expected the Mary Daniel said. dinner to be held at the Marmion Butterfield campus May 25 at[Crimmins John Even B e nTex.: and Dr. Arthur J. O'Con-]| oueva [~/ I o~rvtv~ I new college will be opened dur-[ 7 p.m. The affair is sponsored by the Aurora deanery of the[Heitkotter, Herbert H a u s e r, nor, Scarborough, N. Y physi- ]~ [ ,~ . ~,t~ ." /-, . DCCW and the Knights of Columbus. Father Filas will speak on/Lester Johnson, Joseph Kramer clan. I ' I peaKer tar togA toonventlon ["Masculine vs. Feminine." /James Lace,', Howard LaFleur: More than 1,300 candidates for] ~,:,uuv,- v,e~,~ ,~ I I The "Friends of Newman ,~/Merritt Little, W. F. Lisman, lgraduate and undergraduate de-II '' ~ ,~v,~--,~r~v,-q, g,'q~. I VANCOUVER, B. C --HowardlP.resident John F. Kennedy willllconstitute a group of people[in,~ ot L 1= ~inot* l~Ka = n cl C. A. Lies, John Millen, Arthurlgrees will participate in the bac-ll Phone AD 3.121& FreeportI t,reen Canadas Minister for ~slt Ottawa on the same date ' ~" " ' I' from Aurora and vicinity who: rs"'~ ~.':'~': [~' ' ~,'2,~'Noonan William C O'Brien L calaureate Mass and the cam-I I External Affairs will dehver Mr. Kennedy's Canadian trip ~ ~'~ ,:=~ ~ ~u.~ w~ a~j.~ ~- Bruee .Thorne a n d Charles mencement exercises I f".ll~'rAl:~f'M~d JL gl'~MI the nrincinal addr t the. tr= [th~ flyer ,- * b-t.~ h~, IT .1~ ~/ ~ [ea cnalrman.ot me ctepartmentt~ I " " II NK, INC. I ditio,al banquet o}~the'Sl'st an-lStates since assuming the presi-t ~ [of }heology. He ,s noted for hm[~i;;:~S::ni:2damtneBM)~S~SavL;-[ : .~ tl Phone 136 [hzobeth I nu 1 h li r ss memres anti Doo~s on sex and,- neflen eranx r~emnger, ~ a y | a Cat o e P e~s As~octatmnldeney m January, well last from[ [ . t,* . re, l~l,~n~,~ o,i ,~ r, o .ol ' tl convention here Ma-- 1" i ~ I ~:;:~: imarrlage as Well as his writing~ " "~' l?leoler D.Ugrl NlecKner, been- Mr Green will reYla2e Cana [m~';eX~C~AXconvention ill" 1 i~l[V~~~ [G'n the miracles of the saints lSchalz' lard Heinz Stanlev Leon Lies tb , P - W De " " " ' ns,' ~ ' ' : a-'- "-i [ ] ~~}~ Ithe hie of St. Joseph and the[ KC s~o .ors are James Cold-,Larry Slouf, Robert M,chaels,!l .--, I a.~ rtm~ ~mm~ef oonn nero ~rom ~way ~ to ~t wltrl II~gl~/~~~' ~g~l~ m-n ~ "" ~m II~ ~AI~UNI=3 PUN m ' ' '~:~" "-"~ ~'~'~'~':'~'~ ,naraDle of Lnrist,a william ~nams wncnael,beor~e wiury Artrtur INoonan II 1 Diefenbaker, who was forced to lheadquarters at the Vancouver l ~~Tif~ 1" in "~ - " I Fried'ers Lawrence ~B r o w n i Frank Paulv Lyman Pike anci!l r~ :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::. .1 o Hotel here~ . ~!!i!!;!ii! '::~ !!!i~ [laScasts OD Good Friday fori:n:ls"~:r~:;wanefa;ahin:telrJ-thelNich las Hcrm es, George Da-lAlfred ~tiVo~u~ I;I / -/I I rope messes 3W15~ buarasnlen i,ii "Shr ud f Turin' an annual net-", "" II F ILL/I I " iiii::iii:!i : "~':i:::::: :i!i::::i work program enjbyed by 35 BODY CO. VATICAN CITY--His Holiness main court ard Afterwards the i~iii!!!i:!!i: : :.::i: . . 7 ~ r-ape donn AAItt has messed z~ cnapmm of tne guards tamer ~:~::: ~ ~ Imay be seen presently on chan" Ik '% / ~ l~or Too Small" I I~ r " | new recruits to the Vatican's Gaetan Krieeh, r e a d out the ~:~:: ]nel %e Sunda-'s a~ 9 a rn with I ~ ----~- lil Onen Sunday 3 P.M. to Midnieht ] four-century-old Swiss Guard[loyalty o a t h following which [ ~ 1. --~ I :," . ~ ' " ,I " . Phone AD 2-3516 Ill r . I ' it 5121"1CS eL Dlole stuoles. "~.~-'-~,Dial Col. Robert Nunlist, comman-leaeh recruit solemnly swore tol ~ I ~ tl 114 N. Walnut FmBport I[I I I I~AIklI"FI~ 1/11 l AD 1 I h ur r ! 1 5555 dantoft e gads, eviewedthe]protect the Pope. ~ ~ " " P " " ~ ~ " ' m I LAPUNI: VILLA ,:, i recruits at the annual swearine-[ The Pope then gave the re- .~ [i,-,1: - ' m' ceremony In' the Vatican''is] ~';', u*~,n~;.t'~ lille lxev. francis L. rilas, ~.d.l/ W~ --~uau till r'unera~s wsaaings DEININGER ~ lll.ill 108 East Stephensen Carry-Outs ql [ Earlier the corps of guards-Jare trying to heln the Newman' ~.-. I "~"~ Flowers ]or All Occasions II~~ Jmen had taken part in the an-[founda'tion at Northern Illinois I 'bDencer's, II . One hundred years "] ] In u a 1 commemoration of the university in DeKatb Tickets -- I[ ~ ~,~ ~i ":- v~,~,~,~ I,I I ISwiss Guards killed on May 5'are tendollars a plate andmay ; Corsages Arrangements oI l~now now,o a| 11527.` wh!le protecting Pope, Cle;]be purchased from Mrs. Joseph I~~:Y~:",~?2 H ,o ,r I! "Our Home, Your Home I your service. Iment v~t auring the sac~ or HeitkG.tter Fred Schussler or I fgEEPORT, ILLINOIS I:t rll ~ ,w. ate- ~p v~ I IRome by troops of the Holy tto-IRaymond 'Reuland. co-chairmen I c.ra. Ii --------'- ------,II Are you planning an ad pro-lmanEmperor. Then the guards-lheadin a committee of 40 in I " I!I,II " rift" 2 1/') .~9 l gram booklet, a membership di-[men attended Mass celebrated ]the arega, il Luggage II I:lml tree ot ~ereavemenr w --e /by Archbishop Angeio uell'-I The speaker has been teach- I II ~ florence, r cmry ~or your orgamzauon,/ ! " " ' I . rtantme$$I 1 ,c~'~,~ ~ ~ Ill , /&cqua. ~ut3stltUte vauean ~ec-~ ~. - " "l ~ v~ ~ Sr 1Ft. ' -~t ' an anmversary souventr book, ,"-~ " "] retary of State, in their pri~ ate / ii Un.susIGifts II Dining Room I! , ~;ta,1 a;p:;~,u:l h:P:;t,o;g:l:a:l~,a,ol. ~ /I Bennett & H0efer II Deeor~ti il :.w Ownership of I'1 cookbook, a new publication'[ II FR,E,ORT, ,LL. 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