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PAGE 2 Music EducatorsI THE OBSERVER N Hold Symposium ST. MARY- OF- THE- WOODSI AURORA p m --Sponsored by I " ' the parish COLLEGE. Ind. -- The Nationall July 23--Card party at 811:.Explorer Scouts. Catholic Music Educators asso- High sLreet at 2:30 p.m.--Span-~ FREEPORT elation research committee an-'sored by St. Elizabeth Hungar-:,~ Au~gust 1. Ice cream social at . + ~. . +. ;~t. rranms nosplta irom D to nounces its ilItn annual meenng lan Laams socmty . .^ ,~ . . ,~ . I,:6o p.m. Dponsoreu oy I n e Ito be held here Aug. 18 to 23. An July 2&--"Christmas in July",hospital auxiliary 100-000 Refuoees Flee Angola open invitation is extended to all!at St. Rita parish hall from 10 HAMPSHIRE +~.~r.- ~ ~. ~ .Iwho wish to attend the symposi-ia'm" t,G,4 p;m.--~ponsored by July 23 42nd annual festival f,uruul~ ~oou~ .tuu uuu rum-, tae remgees ne rest are cared umt mgnt at me 2utara n a and --arish dinner at St "~harl ' . ,urn of the vocal and choral arts IRa r " + P ' ~" es gees from the strife-torn Portu-]f o r by the World Council atI sa y somety. !Borromeo. Dinner served from guese African territory of An Churches and the Congolese Lectures m voem peuagogyI Jmy 2~ and 30--33rd annual 11 a m till 6 p m in the parish Red Cross. United Nations fore- will include: Teaching the High K. el C. barbecue at the Classic hall. Games, movies, evening gala, who p o u r e d into the es in the Congo a r e helping School Voice, Teaching the Ad- Bowling grounds Irom noon un- lunch stand. neighboring Congo have put an transport relief supplies, vanced Singer, Integration of tEl midnight Sponsored by the HARMON immense strain on the already Father Cauwe recently visit- Sacred Music in the Choral Pro-.Aur ra council No. 736. July 23--Barbecue supper and FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1961 Workers In The Vineyard Community Chest Agency By Lisa Ferris felt it a privilege to intercede Catholic Charities Staff land find a home for this un- The day was indeed to be ai known child. momentous one for the little or-I Seareh Far A Family !zhan boy in a little t o w n in Was ther~ a family who [taly The young lad had known would be interested in such a overburdened relief organiza- ed here after a tour of the dis- August 19--Bier Garten Tanz ice cream social at St. Flannen no other home during the past child? The only way to find tions operating in the Congo, tressed areas gram, Planning the High School at Lakewood playground from Church--Sponsored by St. Ann seven years. Abandoned at out was to p i c k up the t e 1- according to the secretary gun- .Relief agencies in the Congo Choral Program, History of the 9 p.m. to 12 a.m.--Sponsored by society, birth, he was gathered into the ephone, go through files, a s k era] of the Congo's Catholic re- are also helping several hun- Art Song and Need and Value of units 16 and 17 of St. Ann so- HARVARD arms of the Sisters at the or- and inquire, ard never giving lie| agency, dred thousand Congolese who Vocal Auditions Festivals ciety of Holy Angels parish.August 24-27 K. of C. carni- phange, sheltered, and cared mr up. Contained in the letter was The Rev. Andrew Cauwe, S.J were displaced or otherwise de- General topics have been re- t August 26--Invitational Char- val at Central school grounds-- since that time. iinf rmati n regarding the so- ~ served for guest speakers and Sponsoredb t h e Harvard said his agency, Caritas-Con~,o, preyed of their livelihood by the ',i Mer Charity Ball at the Hilton Y Although hao,w he was alsociM history of this child plus gives direct help to about half Congo's internal dissensions Specif!c areas will be covered in !Inn--Sponsored by the combined Knights of Columbus. sad. It was dif-Pcu'h to say good-leverything that was possi'ble to rouno tame mscussmns muowmg~auxiliaries of St. Charles and L-.r~ by to the other 75 boys and iris'know about him Medical rec- each lecture period. Daily High' July 23~Annuai lawn su er ' g ' Pmest Vocations Decline m Chile St. Joseph Mercy hospitals. ~ ppe whom he had ~.rGmn to love. lord, schocl record, I. Q. tests, ~v~ass wm oe sung,oy me oem- on ~t. James parish grounos I physical features and whatever gates and special evening con-I . ~llA]IA, 1A Ifrom 5 to 8"30 pm Sponsored Dr'*am cf Every Child else that ' ~Ar~IIA~U, L.nne une nun- ~.e ~.urc. net c na~ goue ' ~ -~+~ " " " '~ I was known about him. dred years ago in Santiago backwards five times in 100 certs have been arranged, iC~:o~;;~t%E;Ynd'~;a~b~ag;~'fes* by the parish Altar and Rosary However, when such a d a Yt Days of painstaking investi- there was one priest for every years but this retrogression in Further information may be.=: -LSOCmty. I COMMEMORATIVE -- Three ]dawned for one of these chil-: i ' i ttvai a~ L.otumolan parK---aport- i Nauon discovered a Iaml/y wno 585 Catholics Today thereis[diocesan vocations is not c o n obtained by wrmng to Sister M ~-- a ~. t ROCKFORD [ demgns comprise a new series [dren, 2t was hhed with an mrt - " . ~t,r=,~ ~y me ~.ommnlan council Jul 27 La n o i 1 . . . was aengmea to nave me Joy. one for every 2,595. t fined to Chile: similar declines,Laudesm, O.S.F NCMEA ~No 2191,y ,~ wl s ,ca at St.} of Vatican postage stamps, ,s. l of fes!imty. A permanent home Their family was growing up 'Head f 1 D 4 James ~qc camearai nora b to sueu Jmy ~, to commemorate was me uream oI every cnua These statistics were revealedihave occurred in most Latiw o Voca ept. 3 01 S. 391" " I [ I " + " !and thor ~ +~,~. by the R e v Charles F. Me- America " said Father Me-iSt, Milwaukee 15, Wis, or Sisterl CARPENTERSVILLE 111 p.m. -- Sponsored by the[ the 100th anniversary of L'Os- I here. Preparations were in the i ~ ~,~ Carthy M M of San Francis-lCarthy. "To check this trend Rose~ Dolores S P,St Mary-of-I July 22 -- Summer. dance at,SanctuarYS~NDwiSOdahty. H servatore. . Romano Yaticzn ]making ~or days Money. w a sj ~m~'~ ;~,~.+c ~+; ~'"~+~"~ co former Marvknoll vocation 95 U. S. priests 45 of t h e m the-Woods College, Ind. Salt Creek Golf club, Thorndale . . :~ C . City dally. Designed by P. scarce, food was not too plen- were contactod -nd ,~-n ~1o + ' 'rd Ita'ca, from 9'30 p m to~amy z7 ~ce cream social and Gtassellini the de ict 40 li~e tiful bu a par~y always w a s ~ d;reetor who is now serving on Maryknollers are bolsteringi ' P ' : " " ' ] to nrenare the child for his a committee here to encourage the sparse Chilean clergy with iuIpIp|~| |l|~ l:fi0 a.m -T Sponsored by St.'barbecue supper at St. Pauli the front pages of the news- planned. Little gifts were se-i.ournev to the U S nnd h i~ young Chileans to study for thethe hope of establishing oncel~|~L|~~ . . . ~vmnca sodality and Holy Name,~nurcn ~r o m.5 to lo p.m.--:l pere in 1861 and 19~1: 70-1h-e, I cretly wrapped and tucked awaYlnew home [,sectary ~ponsoreu nv me ~ I t a r ann the rlntm lant of O~s r~a tar 11 wanted to show the lad diocesan priesthood again a Church of natlxe stone " [ [ - . [ p g p o : . I a i We are priviledged to work on |/ EAST DUBUQUE I~ Sma;Ys::::;tYo;at~eth;rHhOlyI tore in Vatican CRy, ,~d 250- th:rtethe~r.lcve andbest w,shesicases such as these, and it is Heals Ban Umvermtv Teachers II IIAugust 27--Parish festival and SOU~It BELOP; " [ lire, a printing press of Osser. w. w m. n m on mrs wonder-tgratitude t h a t a caseworker v II ~ I chicken dinner at St. Maryi . ,I vatere. Itu cccasmn. Ifeels when results are as won- BERLIN -- Communist Po- The professors were identi-,~'~, |:parish I amy z;~--lce creams mmi [ This boy had been approvedlderful as these land R 11~,1 t flora 4 until 7 p m on chinch I 's e "~.'ous Affairs Office fled as BishoTM Piotr Kalwa of l ( |.~.'[',~.n [ " " ' ' " . T. [for adoption by the U. S im-, " has banned tour professors, in- Lublin who ~s -1-- "-n:"-r I II Jul-, qawn--Sponsored by St. peterlrOr[V hours ]nfizration authorities. A ietterl eluding a bishop, tram teaching -- " - "- " 1, ltar and Rosary society I l had been received by the Catho-~+~;~;~;~+~:~:~+~:~:~.~`;~a~*~:~:~:::~::~*~:~:x~;~*~::~;~:~ at the Catholic Univer-it-" of'cnancenor and a professor of,| cauoage runner at ~L mawarfl~ SUBLETTE 1 St. Margaret, Algonquin--! io Chn "t'oo-o+" o." . ~ : ~t . ,] I high SChOol--Serving from noonI ~,~. ++ . 1 rL~ xm~ ff we could Say YOU Saw It m Lubhn accordm to re arts c,~non law Jan Nowlckl dean July 23--me cream social Ninth un~ y af er Pentecost ,~ ' g P " ; ' "" " ' " until 5 m--S n ored ' . ]help in placing, the c h i 1 d. A reaching here. of the canon law faculty' J0zcf,"Sterling'sLeadin$,E .~ ~r d Pt~ ::~. ,2~POI s~t. bY St.]from 4 to 9 p,m. m St. Maryt St. Mary, Tampico Ninth Sun. caseworker even though bur .!H E 0.BS[~VFR "" ~ F~-~.~--C-7[,~ ~, i uwa vt,~ ~uu ' ~!~;~i~i~!~!~!;i~i~i~}~{!i!~}~!}}i:2}~:i~iCi~i{~:~ The ban was ~mposed, re- M,~jka, professor of the philos- Fashion Center & i I school--Beneht of Our Lady of,day after Pentecost. l dened w~th everyday cases l ports stated because the uni-lophy of religion, and Boleslaw| July27---Barbecue supper at Perpetual Help Church.[~- ',L~epurunertt afore St. 'Joseph's ym from 6 to 8:30 WALTON ~:~i~:::::;:~:-:~:~:~::::;~;~: :::; ~:~:'::':'~;r::r!::i~i~r~!~!:; ;~ : ~ ;: ~ :~ ~ ~ onVersltYcommunistrefusedtheory.t hold lectures :, history.Kumor, professor of Church[l| 14" ~[-n-eltE. THIRD STREE~?' -rl--- [ ~t Josepns g|[ ![ Au"usts 6--Homecomin-, an d ~i~i~+;:: i::::i:: [+4URORA . and dinner at St Mary parish ::::':? i!iii Our r+or T MAY THEY REST IN PEACE 'I" OPen Danny Thomas Hosnltal STERLING [hall. Dinner served from 5 to i!iiiil lilill [I [ / It- I--~ /v p.m. -- ~ponsorea oy me ~::,::,:.::::::. :::: ~ ~: . +.~J#~./I AIIfUrl I .+ ++" ".','.'.'+.'.+,' - ~ + + .+ -+ .+ ~ ~;+ :.:.:.:.:.::.:.:.:,~ :+:+:.x :.z :+~:.x ~*:.:~+:~x~+:~:~>:.~.~.~x.+.~.~.:~:.~.~+x.:~+:.:~:~.~:~.~x+~:.~+~ MEMPHIS, Tenn.--Comedian the institution as a shrine to I . ,1,|/parish. t ||k.nrLD I Danny Thomas' St Jude hos-[St Jude, patron ofho,~less,wan[ lna[ rtome:, |l-- I . t,:e iouo~m, c.ergy of the uiocese oi ttocKiora passed on toll I petal is expected to accept itslca'ses. ~" . I Yell CAN - THE MII,ES WAY ][Officers Elected itqh::~t:~e;:)lthr:~:;dSe 2f ~;ida::;l:isted' Your prayers are re-ll ELECTRIC C0. first patients Oct 15 ] Announcement of its opening,I THE BEST BIII1.D-IT-YI~URSELF DEAL |l s II I .Th1,1nst!tut}o.n for ,underpr}:iwas made by Fred Gattas, sec-I ANYWHERE [I PROPHETSTOWN -- P a u 1 July 19, 1953--The Most Rev. John 3". Boylan, third Bishop ofl[ ~ :+ rr/ L ~.: ] % llebe(1 cnnaren wnlcn Will recur or me nos It ~ + ~ p %ffuartry ~rutt~tltatt~ttt ' ',i. Y p' m's execu-I No Money Down I,ow Monthly Payments [,Moore has recently been el c~d RocMord died in Providence, R. I and is buricdtl " P | ~eemC~aUanedmoreSeo~Cen ~n~Oa~eU-!uve ooard and nat,anal chair- I Your Credit h Good -First Payment From'60 90 Day, I supreme grand knight of St.! in St. James-St. Mary cemetery, Rockford. [] for Over a Quarter o] ] will be staffed b- the Siste?s[maiFSA~ne Imance committee [ Material* fo Fo nd itan ~)~(.tua.e | ~atherine's l%nights of the Altar. July 24, 1939--The Rev. William P. Quinlisk, pastor of St. James, f| a Century [ y m ~,~, an organization at I ' r u at n ummng - nearing - wirin$I ne succeeos his brother, John Lee, is buried in Calvary cemetery~ Chica~o~ [I . | of St. Francis. Americans of Lebanese descent I =,~.~ ~ I-, ~r,Moore, who is currently attend- July 24 1917--The Rev Edward J Fleece assistant at St [I "A" hldustna] The impetus for the hospital[pledged to maintain the hospital I Miles Fre-Gut Homes ling school in Rockford. + ' Nicholas ,~urcra, is buried in~Ienominee "i] [ was provided by Thomas who[after its completion. Thomas is I i, Other newly elected officers July 29 1(mR 'Ph,~ n:, 1,~, w ~a~t~ + ~ c+" T ~ ~1 x t~ommereiaJ I promised 20 years ago to erectla Lebanese,Frank J. McBride Rockford, Ill. I aP' T3~,+4 "~ ioh vio~ vwP ; "~ ~,- -~.--:. ;- .~ ~ ~, p~o~,- ,~, S~L-- I II z I mcnmonu is nunect in l-loly ~epmcnre cemetery 1348 6th av,n, V O 4.00.53 ~, . . . ~ Res~dennal [[ d~nt, Wflham Dorathy, treasur- Chica o A 1 END FOR FREE CATM OGI E g t strahan Vigil for World Peace '',J~ei', and Larry Verhulst, secre-I ] Electrical Contractor ] I : --=:.+- - - ~=:-= :- -~ tarv Grant we beseech Thee O Lord that the souls of thy servants * SYDNEY, Australia. -- De- tralians, Chinese I t a li a n s,' ' .' ' ' I Ti~e Rcv. Thomas W Neville Thy priests whom in this life Thou didst honor with the sacred ] 1043 OLIVER AVE ] s ite r a i n blusterin winds~ Hungarians and Indone~ians o ' i " P g ~,| is group mcdcrator office, may rejoice in the glory of heaven forevermore. Amen :| .~r~,~ | The pilgrims some of whom and winter cold 1 500 pilgrims ",| ----,I - -- ' .' ' . I traveled from the far no-th I -- ! 4 I l ll~lP~ [I PHONE TW. 2-2942 I oI a~l ages spent one WhOle| coast, p~ayed for Christian,~'- ~," = ~kWg<~ ~ [I ] night in prayer in the mother - " ' ' t~ [ umty,world p e a C e, t h e I / ~. !, church of Australia, St. ] "Church of Silence" behind] **~'~D A ~OO~ ~ |t ~!| | Mary's Cathedral here. I the Iron and bamboo curtains, I -, -A ! ii M I U O U b i l AURORA GREENHOUSE CO. I Organized by laymen, theI and the conversion of commu-,~ ~ ~.wr ,~ ~.-. :,- !1 Tab!e Dresser & DeM, Tops I,I + " I vigil was attended by Norman ] nists. I II c L,s ]or Any Purpose |'1 RUSSELL ONAK I i Cardinal Gilroy, Archbishopl A large crowd also attended I "!%" ~.I -~ nn ~: m:m ,-, r, ,~, -- I ' D ~ l-I U IN, ~ L A D D ~J U. ti~ une uowner rmce Aurora t of Sydney (June 30 - July 1).[ a similar vigil in St. Francis ] 3~'~."J [[ 56 58 Co LaSalle St AURORA Phone TW {}-4821 i Phone TW 7.8694 The pilgrims included Aus-]church, Melbourne T.I &L. I&#k I I] L| [ 1| /URI III1 YVl|l gi, i' ' -- ', I I ]1 I I I l' ew Anti-Red Crusade Planned I '/---- /+i E.;AY AGENCY INc. " [ ROME- Father RiccardoI to take up again preaching I 6.t TI II e oL a i:t , [ ~Vl lliV lili~ V ~ IE~VMI Lombardi, S J announcedlhere in my own country I~I k" VI I/ ~//'~l |]l '- ---= I| ~|I|~|~MI}UU|U |!| LN~UKANLE | here, that he will preach|consider the present situation'] ~ l iNl ~Hg~. ]1 II Any and All Types o| Coverages I autl~;:lyCt~iF/ai;Sm through- 2:c?:seW:;ldh:X:;i;~eol~ :gglrO:s:. t WDI~Y T%1 Co??lete *2 Aurora S'vings & Loan Building The Jesuit founder of the s ion shown everywhere b -I I1+ ""'"" 11 :'F. "= :':' ' I!1 JIM REGNIER CHUCK DAY I B t I InCluoes uessert & ~everoge r,r I e ter World I n s t ~ u t ] r . , "t e is|atheistic communism, which is,I~lBl~~ CKonnel t| +, "m+ "ood known for his 1948 preaching[ determined to snatch awayt .- - - -- ii "" ""'. + ,oo Ilt , crusade against communism in[from the hearts of men every I ~ili~lAll~ I"'A i.$ /I - -" +,I i I Italy form of religious feeling " llll~l~llllllll IVl~k~i~l ~V. ,Iror UI CI PI ! LOWER PRICE ,[ / Ill /I ===- IJ S FASTER $|RVlCE I For the past 10 years," he[ Father Lombardi asserted,Iti ~ ~.L .~ ,- - -.-. /! " " " t "" I,I i said, "I have worked mainly/that theItalian situation is ii 310 Second Ave.---$terllng---MAin $-22~0 |Ill ~lTll,~i.~|'l 1!i$~0 /I . lil A I~"r~P'~ I abroad Now I consider n3 ' / ~~ I:ost Stde or ~uroro, imnots " it y| 'moving closer to disasteri| " I,i ~ [| " " II ~Ki~~ ~ I duty as a Christian and citizen]every day." tl t'ontiac (GOOD WILL USED CARS} Tempest Ill |l i I . I -------- -' " " Will Study Communist Tactics L ]1 tl . 5e(v,ce SLot,on- 2, Hour 5erv,ce I " - " MIKE S. II Mote --- 24 Hour Service --- YearAround I ~u~n~vn, rm. uourses empha-I will be placed on methods used;| . ''g " p opa+an-[by the Communist party to un-'| ----1 1 H,g 0 sFaster Deliveries I SlZln the tactms and r ,~ Heat n II da methods of the Communist dermine and seize governments ', " 9 " ~ ' ! . art I I Amemca s Freest-Made Cars [i].'] OLD Se.C ON II MEYERS II Speedy Automah Car Wash i p y w n oe. auncnea in 3umorI nesaidmatmatermis arenow i Na b "a[ aM4 l H, . I aria senior nigh schools of thelbeing studied which will provide/ %t11.~+ ~. s. :+ " ;"11 .~ I~l 9 ~v~ooern vower washing rqulpmenr I Diocese of Miami next Septem-la selection for use in grades 8'1 (Plymouth -- Valiant) ''+. "? : +" "" "' = 1 II I"LU/V~iN~ II I According to Msgr Wflliaml It ~as recently announced inl| " + =" I ~na II 1304 NEW YORK ST. I F. McKeever, superintendent of Cleveland, O. that diocesan ele-] l,l, 12I kTll2D Dew.e, t re,e, $ I HEATING III I schools, Communism has al- mentary and secondary schools]] l~ 1.~L~ L' ~.l~l~I~, "AURORA, ILL. I I I ROUTE 65 AURORA I ready been the subject of studylthere will make study of Corn- I . FRIENDLY & COMPLETE [I 278 BEACH STREET lil I m reh mn and o + SERVICE SINCE 1871 AURORA T "g" s cial studies munism a part of religion I . . I I+i W 8-4181 --7-2207 I classes but a new emphasis[courses next fall Member of F.D.I.C. PHONE TW 2-3944 I tar tl I Sisters Get Autographed Balls [ !i-,! I . I BOSTON--Several Sisters got, After the game several Sis I 1 AI] li DthliVIL l i i !1 "Drink '""'' " ] autographe4 base ba.lls from De-] ters trooped down from the I IL Y O l ~/eddine, C'ub Socials Ban uet$ : . u ol~ +,get oaupiayers even,D.Iribut0r t~ough they prayed for the other]stands to chat with the players J -- CoJ]ee Caterin$ Church Dinners Picnics ! AURORA, IlL and recelved autographed base on W uror team, the Boston Red Sox, to " ",- NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER Ph T 2.5900, A i'| Dio! TW 2 ~419 o~ TW ; | win. balls, i,IN eTcDI.Iki - ,-r,e : . - + , The Sisters were part of some ] An autographed ball was even,~ Ll%L:ll' l%, ooo I/;.I --.t I 500B st narchdi cesanSisters'sent t P Pe J hn thr ughl PHOTOEOUlPMENT.ndSUPPLIES JJ who were escorted to a oston- sgr. mberto Dionisi, rectori " " " " as , --i ga e by Richard Car- of St. Cecilia basilica in Rome ]Vl R lit" $,1 k4 I D C i I L0r#n Detrot m ' Fast Processm Service (A Typ ) dinal Cushing, Archbishop of who accompanied the Cardinall| I|| ||I|L'|L-,|% ~1 Alex G. Nogy's |! - . . ." o t . | Boston. [to the game I ~ q .~1 IP~l t IPL Iii i Irio.ling tO,I ill,| I . . . . " li Your ,4uthorized Plymouth.Faliant Dealer livert$10$5 rnoro onop lil ROCKFORD "'" I IUtf k-lzl|l] I RORA,ILL ~/~JJL. ~, Anh-Cathohc Bias Protested II,o, s w oo, ,o,o J l D wo o, ~ ~i LONDON -- Twelve English [claiming that t h r e e Unionist, il" ' ', " Protestant clergymen h avel(government) party candidates III sent %telegram to Lord Brooke- had never employed a Catholic. LEONAHDI k'UI~NI'I'UKI~ I+I o'// , borou ,h, Northern Ireland's Signatories included Canon * rmrT- pf,i[l =(j,/Zg4,g,A, (,///@ Premier, asking him to disso- John Collins Dean of St. Paul's, J 1/-4 " / l / / " TV AND APPLIANCE lil 1 ciate himself from anti-Catholi-ILondon's Anglican cathedral, .~.~ .~/1/ ~/ ~.~ ~ Ill 1,/~) h,----~/ ,'-) cism inside his political partY. Land Dr. Donald Soper, well- Vi,;, ~ P,-it,-e De~-r,-o-t II ! The message referred to re-|known Methodist writer and tel- v lil ll # " cent election posters there pro-tevision and radio personality.4"~ . o We Feature: I]I 1 + boa[$ Ult$ T~,~ ~ ~T . =-- WADE BROWN G.E. PHILCO I| nesearcn t, rant to ~,~otre Dame BASSETT ROPER HAMILTON I I 1 r ~ ~ NOTRE DAME Ind --Thelable by the Atomic Ener~- -- SEALY ADMIRAL MAGIC.CHEF I I i I ~ I i 1 M.' Hesburgh,/commission" and represent *'+a Dresses ~]1" !! " ~ ' Rev. ,lulnery 907 S River St Aurora TW 6.1761 IJ SUILDING AND ~OAN ASSOCIATION/aURORA Theodore C.S.C president of Notre/one-year renewal of the AEC's j i 4% Reserves o! Over Dame, announced that the uni-tsponsorship of Notre D a m e's ~--------------~ ;. versity has received the largestlradiation laboratory. It brings ,~ . .11 ,uoo,ooo.oo vn ~ aov,ngs ~'~ Assets Over $47,000,00000 research grant in its history,[the total of AEC participation in portswear Accessories 1--- ll .r & W llnw il P A -- ~o.u 56. t the Notre D a m e program to ~ /2.mL~ ~ "~ I I ,Current Rote}/" ~L ~ ~~ The funds were made avail-lover $3 million. Custom Arrows H Hindus, Protestants Visit Shrine Gift Items Comnlete L|ne of II ,- lil .ji ilP-' MYSORE, India -- (NC) --iant and Hindu. The shrine sur- ~ '~/i~r~ A k I: III ~ About 200 years ago, so th e,rounding the statue and a relic ,r . ~ ] III *~,Ii~F't~,~"'' s~ory goes, a Hindu field hand'of St. Anthony is known as the t, ay.away or t, onvement "~ ~-a~'~ .neJ D ls, M +~ : I, if! ,iidl al ' discovered a statue of St An-:Padua of the East .r ~ --UlI~.! I%tkAV IVII.l/~/II,II3 I]1 'I1~ ~ - jIIm~ " o " . . narge ccoungs,' Save By Mail- Posta[ e th2ny of Padua lying m a held And more than 40 000 pilgrims I,I .-. 1' n j. . "~ I~ Paid Both ff]ays here. I came to the shrine this y e a r R & M CUSTUM ARCHERY II/Zl s. ur0anway Since then the statue has at- for the feast of St. Anthony. 401 Loeust St. ~t t.|~rt . " ' Tel TWin 0oks 7 8761 t, acted hundreds of thousands' About 7 000 of them receiv++d e m.m. . , $ T ,-=. I1/ Aur+ra, Ilhn01s .; - ~f pilgrims Catholics, Protest- ]Commumon. " Houri: 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Wednesday: 2 p.m. to 9 p,m. Ill SAVINGS INSURED TO $10,00000. I I . L