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PAC:w [Red Youth IMovement !Begins Again WASHINGTON-- (NC) --The communist youth movement in THEOBSERVER FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1961 Workers In Hillenbrand. YCW national chap- lain; Father Earl L. Whalen, Cincinnati archdiocesan youth director; and David O'Shea, ex- ecutive secretary of the Papal Volunteers for Latin America, Cuban Refugees Named Teachers ST. LOUIS,-- Antonio Alvar-[Cuban scholar program. He is ez Pedroso, former assistant [ the second Cuban refugee ham- professor of Latin American and led to the program. The other modern history at Havana Uni-[is Armando Castellanos, former versity, has been appointed to|Cuban tax judge and economics ~t. Louis University's visiting|professor. l CHICAGO,--International hfe and preparation for marriage will be the jolnt theme of the Young Christian Workers n a- tional study week. August 5-11, at St. Joseph College, Renssel- her, Ind. YCW headquarters h r e an:, nounced that about 500 members and chaplains from 50 dioceses op Leo A. Pursley of Fort Wayne --South Bend: Msgr. Reynold will participate Listed speakers include Bish- 8OCKMAN DIAMOND RINGS A Name Famous for QualiW DiomondS Since 1 $9:2 BOCKMAN JEWELERS |3 MAIN STREET AURORA Aurora Floral Shop MIKE AND ALICE PLUM "Lovely Flowers For All Occasions" 781 Aurora Ave. at Forest Aurora TW 6.3500 "'AURORA'S FRIENDLY BANK" Member Federal Deposit lnsurane~ Corporation Phone TW 7-8494 Broadway at Maim ! YCW Study Week Opens Aug. 5 started in his diocese. Said the Bishop: "A typhoon hits one of our churches. We re- been raised already, will help alleviate the priest shortage. the U. S dead four years ago =u=| Iio S ,! . is making a comeback, accord' lne vlneyara Community tat dlnal Chides Lax l-'arems ing to a hearin re ore released b "h ~ g P . Chest Agency BOSTON -- (NC) -- Out-of-lfostering respect for "obedience sYb~:~nT~tt:: Internal Security By Lisa Ferris ,begin to radiate through her school children were given a and its allied virtues." ' The organization spearheading Catholic Charities Staff,- one-word piece of advme byi Cardinal Cushing criticized . . and we could see hfg was be- Richard Cardinal Cushing: the summer vacation behavior me comeoacK .!s namea ACl~ Time spent with a client canlginning to be worth living to "Behave!" of children who r i d e bicycles[vance' . accoromg to nernert )ring many outstanding results. / her , The Archbiship of Boston lrecklessly f 1 o u t playground l~ mers~em' a mrmer young Our motto "lets give the other " '1 ' .communist WhO tesfifiect a~ me looav our orient isaennltely Tinting in the Boston Pilot, safety rules and misbehave in guy a chance is a creed we oil ~ . archdiocesan newspaper, also church and in movie theaters, nearing {Apri125). the Catholic Charities .work by./ n the up grace ~ne .has even chided narents "who think onlvl "Can ,~arents who think onlvt 5th Amendment I Such was the case of a young/Dec me engageo ano is looKIng of the physical an d material~of the physical a n d materia~ll Sen. Thomas Dodd of Conner- lady who in the eyes of many~f rward to a new life with her well-being" of their children well-being of their children ex-ticut presided over the hearing was considered a delinquent/ future . husband. Our young He blamed such parents forlpect them to behave properly?" Marvin Markman executive vice] and undesirable. Her attitudeJClmn~ Is napPnY maK rag plans ," ' " " ' was one f con em t for very IL)I- Ii~l- UL)IIIIIIg IIl~:Ll'l'l~t~ ~IIlU. not giving, theirchildrena he asked. The answer is, em- president of Advance also gave o t p e .-[ ~- sense of discipline and for notlphatically no " testimony at the hearing. ~ut one about her. So desperately|an e. has sala lcan narmy ve: " ' lit consisted mostly of his" refu I did she pursue this way of livq neve ~m.~ ~s nappcmlj.g to 1n.~ Argnn Atl#~mn[ an Me'v| ,an ~'~.nlllW~ll|lHal to answer questions by in-[ ing that she hated herself and~ Yes, .time,spent with a client ,- * ~ ,- t and the world around her. |can ormg aoou~ many wonaer- L YOKing me ~mn Amenomem [ [ A ~1 f, A. ~,* + ~ ; ~ ,~;.-1] ful results even when there are MEXICO CITY--(NC)--Catho- nearby Other nuns came to her Romerstein said the former] bro'ug~t about'~he'rea'sons ~o'r/times when the task before nsj ]ics are alarmed and indignant assistance t communist youth movement,[ ~1 oh o,q, ot =,A = fu ,q,~o ~]seems impossible. In this case~ I In this capital, Castrolst slo-/ nown as the Labor Youth[ ~- |results w e r e wonderful for az an attempt m nurn aowna . . . uac~,groutm uz ruruuienue, ~Lem- , . . : ]dana of the openly CommunlstlLeague, 'died completely" in/ NEWLY ELECTED KC OFFICERS--These are the newly elected officers of the Bishop Mul- ing from poor surroundings lack|every he concerned convem in iviexman, near n e]type were painted in big letters ]1957 after Soviet Premier Krush-[ doon council of the Knights of Columbus at Rockford. They are: (l. to r seated) Henry Braeke, of proper supervision andS'under |- California border. [on the walls of the Colegio chev made his secret speech in[ district deputy; Robert Pierce, grand knight; the Rev. Bernard C. Mullane, chaplain; Patrick standing were some of the basic[ Say Yen Saw It in A h o m e-m a d e incendiary[ Mexico, one of the oldest schools]Moscow denouncing Stalin. [ Dolan, deputy grand knight; James Finnerty, chancellor; and Joseph Fenelon, financial seere- factors owin~ to her nresent[ THE OBSERVER bomb known as a Molotov cock-lin the country J He stated' that Advance was! tary. Standing are: (i, to r.) Jerome Valentine, treasurer; Ampellio Del Pra, delegate and re- conduct. S c~'e n e s wi[nessed| tail was thrown into the patio Theslogansread Cuba formed n Y tmn rand km ht Dominie cr ' ~ [ : ' i ebruary 1960 in " g g "g ; " Triolo, se etary; William Gosdick, advocate; T. Kuchiniski, in- ,~ ~,~ ~ ~ ~J n Y k e no " and "Co ' s s s ~, of the convent It burst 1 to|yes, an e s,m-[New York City, together withl side guard; M. M. Armstrong, lecturer; and Pat McHugh, outside guard. (Herzog photo) -e'ars still brou~ht *hudder* ,o[A||~A flames but was extinguished[munism yes, priests no." [similar organizations in various[ ~ -- h~r "~;n-~ vi'qen~o ~nn,nr~:*[tPll~ll%~lM~ through the presence of mind of I The Coleglo Mexlca is staf ed parts of the country There has[ I " ! , r ' r',~t Joseph ivlercy nospkals were me Keynote ol her ex| a nun wh) was washing clothes|by Ma 1st Brothers been 'frequent",connection [ " " Jll i W7 ll I . I - I I I R ,/ BATAVIA Ijp qlna alia anna]nTala istence, and not the loveliness of I | I omerstein said, beffveen Ad-[ Aug'st 20 -- 14th annual K I ~glbllL~l V ~,/I U .EI.IW~IJ~U/IIIIbIL/~.II a serene home so necessar~ to IrlPIT?kH ITID I vance and the Fmr Play for Cu ~ 11 - xu ~.~t Exnlams Delav m Usmg Motto I -]of C corned beef and cabbage[ youth, ii I It- ,/ [ba Committee, which now claims]festivaI at Columbian park m ~1 We took this girl in hand She I Sun Equipment I WASHINGTON (NC) -- The ed to print money with the mot-lto have student chapters on theJsponsored by the Columbianl I ~J ~J:~ .'~]l]li~IPtl~]ld~]lIt ~lIT,Tg:l~lJl~3~Q'~l spent kours in counseling. She I Carburetors Overhauled I director of the Bureau of En-to on it. ]campuses of at least 37 colleges|council No 2191 [J" ~ v vk /~.~.J~L.21.~L~ ~1,1~~L.J~ /LI.~.2VL~ hearned about herself-and peo-!l I graving indicated here that it[ He gave this explanation aft-I and universities| EAST DUBUr~UE I ~ [pie and about soTne of t h elI t " I " / *~ "' ' " I' " will take about eight years for,er John H. Shenkel of Pittsburgh Hysteria Factor I August 27 Pnrish fostivnl[ GENEVA --- The Mlsslona leSl Father Welle, a native of Al-[things necessary for the desired I 1~ A J TMq I the motto "In God We Wrust"lwrote to President Kennedy[ Ask-d ~ " " |and-ct~icke- di-nne-r at-'S'-Ma'r-[/ f the Sacred Heart (MSC)have!lentown, Pc has been on the Icommodity called "happiness "J .a.~z l~j v.i.k.] I e wuat makes young peo- u ~ ~- ~ i to appear on all V. S. currency, laskmg why the motto has notlnle become ~,~ i,* ; ;-~/narish lannounced the appointment of!faculty of the Geneva seminaryt Slowly the change began to[| ~' ,-, I Henry. Holtzclaw, the director, been imprinted, on all currency,]~in,~ o Her'* Ad':~'~:~'~ "'1~,~:~:~.~]~' ~,~ ~, " EIJZARETH [the Very Rev. Jacob P. Welle r since 1953 as instructor in Ger-[take olace. Slowly we could see I Onco ~ervtce I said nearly 1000 employees ~ as required by law. Ire-lied "P-lha / Au"ust 13 Barbecue dinnerIM S C as supermr of Sacredman and L~tm and as head h-Iresults which we were aiming| ~vvo ~ ~c,r,~r~e I '. . . p : c" pz me oes~ sln-~ s -- ~ ' ' " I lu ~lt ,~ ll ~oltuun, would be made jobless if t h e Holtzclaw said the motto nowl brarlan. He holds a master s de- for Her manner was less often I bureau converted immediately" ' appears on about 50 per cent of:hgle word to describe;or, ;owhy~ ~ ;.they[tn 7 an nmat St. Mary parlsh~ fromA3:301~,] till| Iq:! li',], '1 I' ~i!,' rr, it;, ! l~[ .'ill!ill' gree In library science from Hive' and a feminine quality be-- |PHONE TW 7-3331 AUBORA" | to new high speed presses need- the nation s one-dollar bills J The-- become in the -uriah Altar and Rosar- so / [J[ ' /,!1/~$~t!,?[Tl][ltl]l~/d[[]lJ[l[lUk, I] I i] Rosary college, River Forest gun to creep over her An in- I | y VOlVeClIniront P ,y - ~ " . [ I l- ' ] Ill. Iterest was taken xn her person ,~]~*i-,~ [ * H~nself a graduate of Sacred al self which she had not been youth activities which b~fld c'e~y ~, - De Gaulle Hailed as Peacemaker ]them up to apltch [ FREEPORT I ] H[i[ll~llt$1ll I Heart Geneva Father corn-let [ I I ' " "" " " o " 1 ""'[, tit'hood in the novitiate and major " I i Au ust 1 ice cream social- "i ~ :,IIH, P- aware oi velore mie seemea toI mt ul lat} I n " 't 1 im" When young people get in- g -'7 . ,Ill iII ~i~l '1[][1 ed his training for the priest- METZ France-- Bishop Paul ral e, B~shop Schmlt to dh . l volved in the ;~, ~,n]at St. Francis hospital from h/ .~], ,itt~lll~ ']1:,"1 I SchmRt of Metz p u b ll ely[ In this city and in this pr -lmarches to ban th~ hamh or in[tO 9:30 p.m.--Sponsored by the i Ill i :'l]]][]]l][[[[]lil}~lf[llllWIIIIl[llllH : l,I [ K%ff S ace 1906 sl harl e vl whmh for so lon were ~ ~ Ill 'l seminary or me u b province or ~tJlllUIESl~ .l~l~IDtl:71Lit thanked Pre "dent C es d I "nee, ' g [the Fair Pl~v for Cuba ~Xmmi'~]hospital auxiliary. ! ':l,l[I,', :lllHllllL l l/ltnHlSBll l[l!l = I : I ~ ,' - I~It :h :1~ ntltl,llt me lVl;bU locaIeo In ~neloy, onlO. Gaulle for his part m bringing, the spoils of conflicts between/tee activities and so ,n ~,ho,l August 15--- Ice cream social [[]~ I I AURORA Do-~ld Tnn~=n]l ~JJ~x~l~ I ' '" ' ~1% '~' "~lt [~l rllS IlrS~ asslgnmen~ niter or- --" "'- ~ ~" I about concord between Franeel two great countries we are/tbev ust run through the street,/at St Joseph sohool hail follow-t t]!i II Illltl tlllltllllill llll lllitli'i !1/ wa, recentl re eloc,ed *rand I I e cial r teful to ou for -: ". . f,l~f~;'.r:$ i!1 ,~lrl amauon was to holy ~amfly - - " . and Germany. . ape lyga . Y . .[shouting, they have no idea thatllng the 5.30 p.m. Mass.--Spon-, r i rlIl[I[ l$11111 ] !ii l,[ ~,- ix/ th p knight of Knights of Columbus I ,II IL1gl I The President was attenamg having aecxslveiy reconeuealthe communists are leadin.~/sored by the Marian society oL lt][I;~ . [ /Itl~[~l~l~h ll!i [. ,]1111 t ' ~ ' - ' " l Council 4849 I - - ~Tqll I ' " i[ :, i ~ am pastor J~rom mere ne was -- -- e;u~iKe~ar::!d ] ~jR::be'~r:( ~V~w~l~li;m Sunday Mass in the cathedral of our country with the German them " ISt. Joseph parish. . ~i,'[ ,I i~~:t'i]! ii. I1,[ " I I - ~,~ m,~ ~ 7 I hhls key fortress city in Lor-people." youR~h~e~ceionm;IS :: idvthltn ~:[ August 24HA7R--VA.RoDf C. carni-~t!lht~:i~lllllll ]se~te: de~se~eeVng engaged in their * communist art or in front or val at Central school grounds-- principal work of educating g ; g.e , Series on Aid to Cathohc Schools [ p y -1 -ar ,l The Rev. Jacob Welle, M.S.C. lyoung men for the Catholic[chancellor; Sylvester J. Cahen-[[ '.4 ", ~"~ "~,~ j ~ponsoreany me i"I a r v ct I ganizatiom~, they believe sin-I, J . [priesthood at the high school and ldo, recording secretary; Rich-[I O.~y fKULK~ ~o, ] WASHINGTON---A. series of[eral aid and benefits of Catho-lcerely that they are helping the[Knlghts ~o~U~Si~s r [Heart Mission Seminary in Gene- [ junior college levels, the priestslard Falkenberg, financial socre-ll %Lo' %%" I 1~ artxcies on 't=amoac ~cnools[ lic education to a community.lU.~ not narmmg l~. J ]va. The appointment is for. a [ at the, seminary assist the parish [ tary; John Cody, treasurer; Jo- II v,o~," ~.~.~' ~,o a," J and Federal Aid" has been pub ~u~u~ u -- Daroet=ue ~uppet I ( " ] "[ Priced at $1 00 each, the seriesl-- I 1 ^. ~ /terrn of three years. He thus suc-jprmsts of the vicinity in theirlseph Kramer, advocate; Joseph ,I | lished b, the De,artment of In i " ~ ~, ~e ~a, ~a~ a~ ~. ,-, ~ " P-e' t tceeos the very ttev rtaymond pastoral work During the pastl~rmgan, waroen" wunam Ned-|l A /.L I ti a h l'c may oe ou~amea ~rum a orew parian irom ~ m p.m. " i " . ' [ ~,~ur~ru-.-~munmum formation, Na onal C t o 1 - [ ['n t i ent lW Costello, M S C who was re-~years Father Welle has assisted[row, outside guard; Lester Loft-i J Welfare Conference. The series[ NCWC Information ~ureau at[ r a a m a t r ter a rim. .7 [cently made superior of the MSC ', regularly at St. Patrick's parish, lus, outside guard; Frank King, II Monument g,O. I deals with the merits of paro-] 1312 Massachusetts Ave. N.W [ ~1~ ~tl~V~,|~ ~ [ - . WALJ'UN . =[community in Reading, Pc. IMcHenry, Ill. linside guard, and La Verne Kies, ]J 727 S. L|n oln, Aurora J r Augus~ ~ momecomlng aria chial school equests for Fed-[Washington 5, D.C. [ [ ~--~" r rish hallI ]SyIvester Banaszyak and Irvinll Phene TW 7-7270 I J EVENTS [olnnera . ,aypa "[C I FIRESTONE TIRES ' BoDy trustees I n fr 5 to 9 m,| k f Di net served om p. ' " Collegians Wor or IndlaIlS --Sponsored by the parish, ommatee Lauds ST. FRANCIS, S. D.--ibourl Mich.; Oril Reich of St. Albans,l 1~---~-~----~-~ . i . - it I .~ Catholic college students are[W. Va a junior at Dunbarton[ ' 'AM OY /ICA Breaktast 1" /, /I Everything For Car and Home spending their summer vaca-I College, Washington, D C.; Bill[ B /' [z'-Jt III~IIA[~.EII~ .| t~lJL/I/~ll/ /I I~/'~I:IlT~.TC~f&I~T~ A lrrrlaKX ~TTlq~IqF " ~d" #'~K'& ~ tions working ss lay mission-]O'Keefe of Atchison, 'Kan a] July 30 -- Ice Cream social[ ROCKFORD -- The Young| ~1,]l I~.UDlJ.~OUI O ./-KUIU OI.31-.L-bl IL.aU | r lo ro Colle at St Patrick uriah from4 Catholic Adults are planning a NEW YORK (NC) The are many teachingsm this aries at the St. F ancis Miss" n[junior at St Amb se g '| ' " P ' ] " " ~ -- -- i ' ' " [j AURORA--B road~ ay ELGIN--State & l on the Sioux Indians' RosebudI Daven-'ort Iowa" and Carmen/to 8 p m /c0mmunion breakfast following,American Jewish committee has courageQus and far-visioned en-ll & G~rk 5ts. Chicago 5ts. J i ~ ' i a o " io " " AURORA 8'15 a m Mass at St James t applauded the "Mater et Magis-I cyclical regarding the social and Reservahon. [Dom nguez of Chc g,a ~un r[ [:" " "" " - "' ' I " Th*~ ,fu~qt, f~ urh,~t~ t*rnr " [ ~t ' " u 1 / Jul 29 and 30 33rd annum ~ro-catheorai ~unoay, July 30 tra" encyclical of His Holiness economic oroer which evoke a n k in-, . Cardinal Strltch Colle,e, M1.-, Y -- / ' ' I ~ lJ I cludes directin~ recreational aC-I waukee /K of C. barbecue at the Classic/The breakfast will be held at the iPope John XXIII as "a resound-[particular sympathy because ]l AI~I:/fll:/A IANITf~I:/~I~PPIY ffi | " B0wlin rounds from noon un r~ o~ ~. nah ing moral injuncti6n to WhiCh their spirit anct expression are tlvltles and performing clerlcalI ~ The St. Francis Mission IS[ g g -| " " J,I . II I duties, are: Patricia G0dlewski] conducted by Jesuits. The misr[til midnight -- Sponsored by thef~~~" [every .man, whatever his creedlso profoundly imbued wifh the!| t ~TnING T? xnr~ n~l*lUl*Ul~L TRADE J of Allegan, Mich a senior atl sion recently marked its 75th|Aurora council No. 736. |Hnlv flail 'l ,-,n I or tradition, can unnesitatingly ancient Biblical and prophetic I ~omptete Janitor.oar.ttestaurant buppties J Aquinas College, Grand Rapids,[ anniversary. [ August 19" Bier Garten Tanz[ J ~" [respond.': |zeal for social justice. [I 723 No. Highland I /at Lakewood playground from[ CARPENTERSVILLE -- The] John Slawson, executive viceI As Americans, as Jews, and as[I BOB WEILAND " (Phone TW 6.6021)BILL KRAMER I ~,u, r- ~o p.m. to 12 a.m. -- Spons0red|Hi-Club Of St. Monica parish is]president, issued a statement.onlan organization dedicated toll " ' I ~.aULllS~LTttl~Tt~t <~Ut~tUUt~ )~lauul~|by units 16 and 17 of St. Ann/sponsoring a trip to Holy Hill behalf of the committee which|helping improve human relra-ll | ~ar~,r- ~ ~,r t~ ~;,+h~,r,;,~ r-~,~;o~;, r~,~ ~;,~ |Society of Holy Angels parish.[Sunday, July 30, for all of its lexpressed "our sincere nope tbat]tions between people of all faiths]| . ' I ~*"~'" ~ r 1 rinci 1 s and [ I August 26 -- Invltahonal Char-| members and any prospectlvelthe hlgh mo a p pe [and races throughout the world ]] The Finest in Photoaranhv I girts zrom ~ t.;atnonc coliegesl 2kC~IVI~leS OI me ~WO-W~K| i,n " ~"ractical recommendations em ' " '~- " ~" I 1 /lvler t.narlty ~an at me nutontmemDers ~ne group win leave,r. "/k is our sincere hope that the,I ~ Y--J I m various parts oi me coumry vacanonSChOOlS lnClucleo J~ID 1- . " - ,~ ,~n ~ ,su,io,~ va o- n[ Aoc+r;n-1 c~*-~es[I~n --Sponsored by the combln-]from the church after the 7:45[bodied in this historical declara-[high moral principles and prac-!i ~t~rl~r~l-~I~T/-~ ~ I s o ~ " ' tlon will find their way into the' wIP.~lJlt31tl~D ed auxiliaries of St Charles and[ a m Mass tical recommendations em t sChOols in North Carolina [Church music and Mass parti:[," ' " " hearts and ~-ractices of all mem [ " ,l ' J ' "--" I v,-ibodiecl in this historic declara I "I'UI~'I'RAI'I'~ GttlLDU[EiN The college volunteer~ came[cipation and supervised recrea-II "~-ers of the human famil-" ' '" | u ~. ~ion will ~ind their way into the at the Invitation of B~shop Vm tlon / /I PATRICK 1. RUDDY II The full text of the statementlhearts and practices of all the[] WEDDING ALBUMS priced ]or YOUR BUDGET ] cent S Waters of Raleigh [ Nine/~ther schools were staff.II o, I . ~ i . . - muows: membOrs of the human family They took a three-day onenta-[ed by ~embers of the laity of[] PLUMBING & HEATING I| The American Jewish com-I I ~Jl[-IIrl['l~ ~TITII~I~t I ti0n course under the direction|the Raleigh diocese. |l Residential, Commercial & Industrial ilmittee, together wRh people ~v-]#'~ ] ~ ~r-~ ]l VV lt.Ll L .12d t.~L~.~ Jl ~Jt~t P | of. Father .Robe rt McM:h0n,[ Bishop.W~tlers said the.prOn~[| Phone TW 7.1333 AURORA 220 So River St [lerywhere who are deeply con.l .uaaatupanouuil s No Lancaster Ave at Galena Blvd I vice chancellor o~ the cl es ,!ect was n g ly success Ul a Ctll (Rear Court) " ilcerned with the future of West-t . II " " and four MissiOn Helpers of theI added that he looked forward[| I,|lern, and indeed all human civll-lAt El tn Plans II Aurora, IlL Tel. TW 2.5583 I Sacred Heart who staff the din-] to a '!more extensive and fruit.I:- .' ("',' ' ' ,|ization in this' nuclear-missflel ~ I| i cesan office of the Confrater-I ful" program next year.| CARS -- TRUCKS -- SPORTS CARS |la~,e ~oins in annlaudin~ the| A 1 l ' |1 NEW A~D USED cans II ~" ' ~ ~*" ,% .ixRt~#~ 1. tU/ttU h ! 1 f'~ = 11 . WT'I~T~ II I[great encycncai ~ust procialmeaI [I ' Ill I ncycncal tAtea at vleenng [I LARK by STUDEBAKER ||by His Holiness Pope JohnI ELGIN- The Guadalupano[| Ill . s I . . . II POCUS MOTOR SALES,I XXIII. ]club of St. Joseph parish here/I Ill %mArllnchnvd I GENEVA, Swkzermnd---The toward underdevelopea counq| PAUL P PO'~"S "-'wn r II At a time of rapid and global[will hold its annual picnic Sat-I| kJl/V IN~DPt'I" III i new social encyclical letter of tries, the primacy of the hu-/I . ~u, u e Ilsocial, political and technologi-[urday, July29 at the forest nre-/| /Vllhl~ t~i~rV! ILl - . . I His Holiness Pope John XXIII man being, the necessity tolJ 100 & !48So. River St. Phone TW 2-4376" AuroraIical change which increasingly[serve on Route 31 one half mile~l SAV,-- S,L, S[RV,C, I I C0mplete Sq I has been prominently mention- maintain a balance between so-[-- -~, ",'[appears to reduce the signifi-[north of-the city. /I A Complete $,ore i[i Price z. i ed during discussions at .thel cial and economic development, II i[cance of the individual human/ F^,z,1- II I I Includes Dessert & Bavemae i [ "' - / ~a~ut~u aL ttJ~ picniC wln oe,"k Crocerles Meats I~1 - -. - .-'. I current session of the United] and the need to improve agri-,| D A 1" 1[}1[-]" ~]J~lJ~lJ~ll~I V ||being in the scheme of life, the[~ am e s f"" *~'-" ~.a.~ .~ il i~ lt,H.o t ttno t,~a I Nations Economic and Social[cultural conditions. II Jl.%21.1.aJt JLJt VJL, a'~l.~l~Jl.ILl.~Jl. |[repeatedly vigorous reaff!rma-[adults free're};e';fment; . x H ~ i = I Council (ECOSOC) here. [ The Holy See has two ob-II lr'~nwT/~ ~'~-x ItionsbyPope Johnofthe 'sac-[ ~ I *~'-t * I[I I]~gi ,~ CT ~J I I "Mat r et "on .J[J / . uam:mg. ~nalrman ol me plcnlc ~ mn~ ~ruHa T h e encychcal, e I servers at the ECOSOC sessl "I - true, ~.fl[ ~. [ red dignity of the individual' [-ommi-e II |[J ~~c ~ & [-/| I ' . . C t~ e isreurot arrlzales. I . Magistra," issuedJuly 14, ha,[ Msgr. Constante Maltoni, audi-II RALP= M EB~RL |t and of "human sohdarlty and[ ~0ss s t,**t, A I/i S Jn Rou ~0 I ~been quoted extensively by rep-[ for of the Apostolic Nunciature I = ; ~; ,j~.~,~?~ ~. rr~ur~tt ilbrotherhood" constitute a re-I ~,i memvers or the cluo, ll ill ~ ~--, i ~s nut, r, ~. ~,L~t,~,~n ~friends and their families aret Aurora rn, .w ,~-.~/lY l/i ,~u ~,u. ~, .~u.u u i resenmtives ot ~rance, lta~y,[ in ~w]~zerlana, and ; Fatner[i !sounding moral inyuncuon ~o|. I1,III i Spain and-Uruguay. These dele-[ Henri de Riedmatten, O.P vet- I " Prescrlnti n I which every man whatever his|InvIte " " [| |1! I gates have rated the Pope emq eran member of Holy See dele-[| |,creed or tradition, can unhesl- t 'I ;-" phasis on the respor~sibilities ofI gations to" international meet-II Dutch Bo,---Acme--Sherwin.Williams Paints i:tatingly respond. [i I I | economically advancbd peopleslings here II " II To members of the Jewish] ~ ~ M HOE5 I[) w . II 27 NORTH BROADWAY AURORA |lcommunlty and rehgmn, there ,| |I~ -- " om lete Line ot Pra-er Book Keep Church Repairs J[A -- II The Store ot Quality J!; A ~ p y . :e-onus UpII PHONE TW 20783 IID DA ' "" " B'-'D Sunday & Daily Mis,als NEW ORLEANS. Typhoon, pairit. Atyphoonhitsitasec.ll,I, nun, . II ""*" ll) A, sorted aCn0dO ednR:: r Som rChildren usually come and go, but in Cal- ond time. We repair it a second] . v v -~ ~ bayog, the Phihppines they time. It seems we are always] Johns Manville Products " i ~tatues, t.ruci,ixes, meaa,s a unalns, ~atnollc tsoogs seem to keep coming all the repairing churches " ' " ~ 9 ~ time The Bishop said he has 55 . LJAI,tl't - L ) VISIT THE That was the lament of Bish. priests in his diocese, but could KOOYlIlg M~kL-~,~ N l ~ompony Sho,s for the Family ~ -. op Manuel del Rosario of Cal- use 300. The diocese has about Roolins, Siding, lns~lation and ~l~ater ProofinR Naturalizers, Buster Brown, i Gregory Book hop bayog, whowas in New Orleans 721,000 Catholics. The new sem- 219 Woadlown Av* Auroro Ph ne TW 6-6479 Glamor Debt, Robhe ~'~ " ~.~ . seeking aid for a new seminary inary, for which $180,000 has "' Pedwin ~t raam ~t. rnone: ,w ,-~,~-