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PAGE 2 THE OBSERVER FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1961 Id N i Scandinavians Praise Monks J ~~ir;b::ii:i ;::i :?: ~ii: ~:~: ~aiii speaking to the Serra club members from Distriets 17 and 38 Sat- ~?g. ta~e~!nt s~piil i~~@2~!~i ~!i! idi~rA~i;ir urday during the annual fall meeting at Marmion Abbey in Aurora. Bishop Lane discussed "The Impact of the Social Ency- clicals," emphasizing in particular Pope John's r~eent encyclical, "Mater et Magistra." A total of 115 Serrans attended the all-day meeting which had as its theme. "The Serran--a Catalyst." The Rock River Valley club was awarded the plaque for the highest percentage of membership attending.--Boulevard Studio Photo. I DC~W safety At the afternoon workshop /,kl ---~ [Walter Gage, Civil Defense di- (Continued From Page One) , irector in Freeport spoke on Era- Froehlich, Mrs. James Connelllphasis on Preparation for Fallout, and Sister Mary Bennett, O.P land the Simple Steps of Survival," librarian at Aquin, gave a panel land Clifford Stout, Sr Freeport, discussion on how the parish li-ltalked on "First Aid in the brary can help the home and I Home." t school association at the libraries The spiritual develo merit work p " " Y and literature workshoo. Other shop had 'different morning and speakers were Mrs. Edward Sie-[afternoon programs Albert Ham- bert, St. Rite, Aurora, parish li-[mer of Crystal Lake spoke on in- brarian, and Mrs. B. J. Verbeck, [decent literatur~ in the morning, president of the Joliet DCCW, who land at the afternoon session The reported on an overseas mailing IVery Rev. Msgr Raymond J. program. Wahl, director of the Confraternity Rod Platte, Mary Alice Juliuslof Christian Doctrine in the die- and Elaine Knubbe, students from lcese' the Rev. Emil Falcone and Newman center at Northern Illi- Mmes. John Thomas and Gerald nois university, DeKalb, spoke]Gavin conducted a panel discus- about the Newman apostolate at sion on the role of the CCD. The one workshop, and Mines. Peter IRev. James McKitrick spoke on Petit, Gordon McKee, Raymond spiritual reading, and the Rev. development. I mittee prepared and served lunch- [I ^,t , ' ' " ": ~ :~ ' ' ~~ The presidents' workshop wasieon for the more than 600 dele- Aid For Some In France presided over by the Rev. William igates in the Aquin cafeteria. m--mLVLLn UlU,am~, ~,vlnlMmlmg mm~ Kriegsmann, assistant deanery COLLEGEVILLE, Minn.--ThelBaldwin Dworsehak, O.S.B in aP-I " --" " " " " i Begin Radio Broadcasts In Africa W men',; [8 into full operation late next year. name is already being broadcast . high eourt by a group ot parents of Church and State doctrine be- The l00-kilowatt station was set daily throughout Africa from[ ~Am'~l'AM AA----I,'A of children attending public yondreason." up on the initiative of the WorldICairo./ [ ~l~Uq[~[(klU|~ ,~l~il ~|ll~| ~V~[l~ schools in New Hyde Park, N.Y. Associate Justice Marvin R. Umon of the Lutheran ChurchesI The Christian station plans to I Among them they have nine chil Dye, m a dissentm~, o,-mmn,n" " held with the consent of Emperor broadcast.230 programs daily, in $ .~,~ . dren in /our pumic SChOOlS. that the raero v ts" a '*form of Halle Selassie of Ethiopia It is all the major languages of Africa. ~ ~| n v~A ~1 [F-~,~ 1 ]~ The group includes two mem- n "~" . . state-s~onsored rehotOUS educa- called theVoiceoftheGospel Regtonal committees for the v~l~en,UH aY, V l, 1J bers of the Jewish faith one t' "nndthatif~,m. t.nn#d The Voice of the Gospel will IVoice of the Gospel have been setI . *, member o~ the unitarian cnurca, "a clearly defined line of demar- be mterconfesstonal All confes up m Beirut Jerusalem (Jordan), R CKFORD Harold J He un ll hi retlr nc A one member of the Society for "- "I " " [ 0 -- "r t s ement early this i re e F. rbisi, parade marshall. ,~ ",cation between Church and slons mchidm the Cathohc Cairo Tenreran ana tsanrem mann a Bo Scout executive i c Arb~ r~mlcat t;ulture, anu one non oe , ," " g " I " ' '/,y " s'n e/year. During that time member-I "si said units will begin to . " " State. Church, will be invited to broad Programs will be prepared there 1928 will be the rlnc~ al s eak r 1 f r E S 1 m hever " ' "I " ]," p' 'p p e Iship "n the six-county area the! o m on . State t. at p " cast thew re rams registered on tape and sent to P g " I " ]at the St. Elizabeth social centerlcouncil serves increased in sizei Parade route will be west down They are asking the Supreme AE I. ~=/ - A similar station designed to Addis Ababa for broadcasting. Golden Jubilee banquet here Sun lnearl four times State St south on S Main St Court to review a ruling of the ,i~aulr caucanon - [day, Oct 15. I Banquet Program past St Elizabeth and a review- New York State Court of Ap-, =e. / '~ . m r~ /, -ml f, - [ More than 400 persons are ex- For successive years in 1939 ling stand in the 1400 block of S. peals, which last July 7 upheld I'or Lahns Marts laKe I-'arT In Kaalo, iv k.ongres5 /pected to attend the banquet, atl1940 and 1942, Homann was ap~lMain St and then to dispersal loWer court rulings in favor of . . /the Boylan Central Catholic High lpointed to serve as director of the I in South Park the 22-word prayer. AURORA -- The adult educe. ROME-- Vahcan" Radio' staff ['tlon tacmues"', ,ira me countries" ]School cafeteria', which" will" capl Ilh'no's~ State FaT' Youth day p'-zo I Arthur Corlrosm 'ls assistant" p-a Forces Of Battle hun" program for .Spamsh' -speak - most In neea ot tt particularly In members will take part in an[,! . ! " - ' ' Ithe day's activities marking St. lgram and he also directed theirade marshall. The prayer, focus of legal bat- ing people began last week with eanca e, sla and ~aun ,~merlea Dlvtslo mar h 11 m a an enrollment o] 85 attending tntornatinnal ,~-n~r~* devoted to[ ",']Elizabeth's 50 years of service to Youth Day program at the Wis-I " " " n s a s ' the p - ties for more than two years . " A VaticanRadio spokesman ra ill AI Am classes m East h~gh school I /the community of Rockford l eonsin State Fair from 1941 to de w" be Georgebee, - reads Almighty God We ac- muyu,g Lne pruu,um~ anu pu~- sa'ld Vahcan" Raolo" uoes not now ~ " ' I [ Homann was scout executive of 11944. . ,vets; Peter Triolo Purple Heart knowledge our dependence upon Catholics of the city were rep- DllltleS OI enucational raulo ann rtave nor uoes it ex ect to nave ~ ' ssoeia i ' ' I P /the Blackhawk area, Boy Scouts, Toastmaster at the banquet !a t on; Carl Abate, U S Thee and we beg Thy blessings resented by the Rev. Charles tetevlslon to oe neia here trom in me near tuture ettucauonal '~ .' I lot America from September, 1952 t scheduled to begin at 6 p.m ~wll/Army Reserve; Sam Cassaro,:upon us, our parents, our teach- Henkel, the Rev. Joesph Rzeszot- v~emoer a to ,~. ~,lProg.ram.s;, . uowever, vaucan[~ ibe Sam Cannariato. Others takinglPurple Heart association; and era and our country." iko, Frank Ostendorf, William forty-one .netw rus zrom .~Slttaalo WlU take par] an me con- / I1~ I I I part in the banquet program in- ]Sam Maggie, U.S. Army Reserve. Its recitation by students in Fagerholm, Mrs. Mary Popp and countries will participate in the gress as it is of interest to the~.~#,~,~#,~ 8 8~,$,~e* chide the Most' Rev Lores T~ I ublic schools was recommended Mrs Charles Wilkenson congress, which will study the ltIoly See to keep abreast of new]IV ~'$1~ ~i~ I~'~ 1 " " i -' - ~P . I ." ' Lyons, Robert Ollayos and Charles tPaul Fry explained the ceremony uane; ~wayoruenjamn r. in 1951 by the State Board of Classes witt oe nelo every ~ues- posslbd~tles offered by television developments and ~mprovements . " Prelate e i f-- imnr,vi-~ ,d ~ a,~ o' ,a ~,;,o! 6o ~n [~,~*"~ml~,i~,~'~l~e Schle]cher; the Rev. Aloyslus[ R S gns IRegents. The Board of Education day and Thursday from 7 to Johnson were speakers for thelof solemn engagement. -- r . - /I I ~1 1 IIO~JI I~/~:e I Wierney; Mrs. Thomas F. Slaugh-] C,A,A aI --a- I of the Union Free School district, i9 p.m. workshop on organization andI Mrs. W. F. Balles ar/d her cora- l Iter' Chairman Mrs Lucy Domi-i,Jt~l~t I!1 i.'~lldill~ 'New H-'de Park voted in July I no; A. Warren Bate, vice presl 1958 to have the prayer recited .rm.a.e arr en ofl -- daily in its schools Recitation of Mother, Stster, PARIS -- State aid to private June, 4836 applications had been/ MEXICO CITY,--His Holiness Rw~ck~ s~ C~im2:~ltYs aChme:mt'beOf g:~:::SslyP:P:edJ~hto t~XI~Ieq:a~the prayer is non-compulsory. A l r~ L. " schools nromised bv nassa~e ofldecided on--3934 approved and~Pope John XXIII has urged the[ ' ";tel t~ M o, D ; u ~ ~ The paren~ challenging ,the[/AflO uaugmer moderator A variety of topics[] .-. I ' ' ,alster ,ann aeoasuan, ~t. ~llza-i a y prayer nave oeen supportecl ill, were discussed by Mmes. Joseph!l --/~ /~ ~ t e vuz remseo, peopJe oi me ~merlcas to lmltatel . that he be ermitted to resi th " " he D bre Law in 1959, is st]Ill l ~beth director; and the Very Rev. I P gn e their efforts by the New York [=[~r un rl 3r Heitkotter, John Lee, Robert Hon-il ,"". ~r.~-"-~lL'~ lne SllUatlon values tram region the Dlesseu virgin aria mereoyl ' . ~" - b Anastasms Kuzdizal po ~tlon of B~sho of Atlanta, ~ r" ogged down m paper work I P Cwil Lzbertms Union ' to region. In Paris, for instance, [bring the establishment ofI " I A~'chbishon Eoidio Va,nozzi " [ ,r,~ ~,~ ,~ dley, Joseph Smith, Sullivan and ]! The government hoped to com-lonly 38 contracts had been ap-l"Christian wisdom" in public andI Vistdng ~lsters IAn, t,~i nol,~,:~o ~, ,he ~,i,~ Basis Of Petition i^~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -- Francis Hickey and Miss Doll. II - plete action on all requests for]proved by September 15 out of/private life [Also attending the celebrationl Y~ s'~,"'' ~';~ ,'~ In their petition to the Supreme[une of these nays mings are go- Miss Regina O'Connell, execu-l[ '~ ~"~V~ I~tates, announceu nete touay 1 i school aid by last May But ap- a total of 260 submitted In one/ His exhortation was contained will be five former Rockford ", "." Court they contend that the pub-]'.rig to get a b't confusing among rive secretary of the ACCW, Chi-il proval has been given to only jurisdiction in the South where/in a letter appointing his legate members of the Missionary Ser-lhe:ll~ Po~Yls:n e n~is:ee:ndnt~l~ lie school prayer violates the con-the nuns at Our Lady of the An-cage, and Mmes. Jack O'Conner, l| . . about one-third of the 11,527 pri. 1310 applications had been sub-!to the Second II~teramericanivants of the Most Blessed TrinitylHoI Father has now t~ansfelze- stituti nal guarantees of religious J gels monastery here. . Marjorie Gallagher and BernardllD D I~ . ~--~ate~ schools, applying for some miffed 92 were approved and 78 M Congress They are: y,(1 separa- [ arian which openedlwho staff the 'center. . " ~ ~. ~" freedom and Church-State Mother Mary Angelica, the Warkins spoke at the public rela-l| I~ QI |11 e form of State aid. At the end oflturned'down, at the Basilica of Our Lady of]Sister Marie Celine of Philadel-Ihim to me titular ~ee Ol mslca, tion" superior, will be calling her tions workshop. An exptanationl| ~=aa~==A-- Guadalupe near here. iphia; Sister Bridget Austin, form-I~ ; They maintain that the prayer mother "Sister" while her mother of the rural life program wasll l. I ~ ~ . ~,~ m Must Be Model er Rockford visiting nnrse now iul ALPHA ancl OMEGA, first and is in effect an unconstitutional will be calling her daughter given by deanery rural life chair- I ,[ " " ' " ~ " I~,arolnal uenounces Iwasi'ro Kule uf men make efforts to imitate Gadsden, Ale.: S~ster Rose last leters of the Greek Alphabet program of rehgmus mstruc- Mother. men, Mmes. Edwin Bangasser, II ADCMgDW I " ' ,J ' " ,her the order of Christian wisdom Frances, also of Gadsden; Sister late somehmes seen on earl) l tlon. How It Happened Robert Miller, L. Pawlikowski,[| /'llt%llLl~t/ QUITO, Ecuador -- Carlos Masvidal of Havana and some will easily be established not Francis Damien, of Brooklyn, church sculpture. They symbolizeI They also argue that since the It comes aboui this way Mrs Clyde Curtis, and Clarence Mor- I Cardinal de la Torte has called 130 priests and Brothers by the only in public life but also with- N. Y and Sister Joan of Arc of Christ as beginning and end of all prayer was composed by state Mae Francis 62 a widow ~recent~ rissey, and a panel discussion was,Wing-Golden Sovereign for prayers for the persecuted[ Castro government on September I in the home', Pope John said. Philadelphia. . things, officials and introduced by them~lly retlred af'er'2t 0 years 'of serv- presented by Mrs. John curran, ll and U. 5. Archery Bows Church in Cuba. 117. The expulsion, the CardinalI He said Mary must stand as a Dinner music for the banquetI dice with the water department in Peoria Mrs Frank Petit Virgil I and the Rev. Clement Peht, Ham-~l . . The Archbishop of Quite alsotsaid, was "cruel, arbitrary andtmodel "especially during these will be supplied by the Holyi I Canton, Ohio Mrs Francis ' ' : '! Archery Supplies and Raw Materials denounced the regime of Premier sacrilegious." times when such importance is Name quartet of St. Anthony pal - A A I~ I~"!""~ U I" /'~ II r' r~ ~ V I thought things over and decided to shire, diocesan rural life director II Fidel Castro as "wicked" and Cardinal de la Torre asked]attached to material and perish-ish. Mrs. Barbara Roman is ban- IV| r r/ Ill I= k,kE I~l spend her remaining years in reli- Blessing of cars was discussedll S3 Jackson Street ' ' ( I 'criminal' in a pastoral letter, lEcuador's Catholics to pray thattable menus, when spiritual and quet chairman and John Jake) [gious life She selected the Fran- by Mrs. Esther Piner, and a mem-| TW 6-2226 Aurora He referred to the ex ulsion of God ma soon rant "the eternal means are scorned " Cason is in char e of menu re I P [ Y g [ g P P" lclscan nuns of the Most Blessed ber of the Freeport police depart-[| THE REV FREDERICK JSMES LARSON, assistant pastor at 5t Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo Boza[moment of liberation for Cuba"l Life Of Faith arations [ " "l sacrament at the monastery here merit talked about "Traffic Safe- I Hours: 6 a, M, to 9 a. M Thomas Aquinas parish Freeport was born August 23 1929 in Re- ' [ A motorcade of a thousand cars Tickets are $3 each and may! ~ .~ ,' ' ' |which her daughter, Mother Mary ty' at the morning workshop onil ,cnelle, me son o[ r reu ann tvtary barson r~e attenueo me ttocnene . . [escorted the papal legate, Jose be purchased by contacting tn-~ . ,'. . IAngehca, joined 17 years ago. ~| weanesaay: Car 1 Townsmp mgn ~cnool ond me Alnerlana Leaders Demand Peace l] blsho" d'nalp ofGaribiGuada ylajara,Rivera'toArch'the accodividualrdingparishto Manuel'ticket chairmeU,Pirrello, II ~~ University." " of Ilhnols' " at Cham-iIMrS'gin herFranciStrainingiS scheduledin January.re be-~/.]LO]La . I 2 P.M. to 9 P.M ALGIERS, --The Bishop, the feelings of anguish at a situa-openingf ceremonies, at the Basilica banquet ticket chairman. ,J ~ palgn. ,i May Forget Protocol --~ Grand Mufti and the Grand Rabbi tion moving toward blind col- o Our Lady of Guadalupe. Pontifical Mass I~~~ He studied nhilosonhv and l "I'm overlo-ed at mv mother's pI;lU;R A. I;KI~m;MAN of Constantine have united in a lective violence Archbishop Miguel Dario Mir- Also included in the da'"s ac F ~l~~i::~ .f," ." i J ~, ~ ~ " : -j ~~~:~ meology at ~t ram seminary mldecision,' sain ~vmmer ~vmry An- solemn appeal to Alge~ans .or,]" ~ seems, tooay mat anger, ran.on .y ,~.omez ,or lviextco, t;zty tivities ,are a Solemn PontificMI ~~ St. Paul, Minn. and was ordainedlgelica. She acknowledged the Florists Since 7895 al'draCeSga~n(~t t~t~glf~nsdt f hU~lt~ ~::t~v:np::~io~he th :emten ~t ct~ ~t atGtna~a~V~ mel~vgishat:~e:~ Higho?LSSet t bl%:4;1;!ma.tedn by ~~~ ~: thoek~o(~tMReV25.I. 1;5s7 T. Lane ~htane~eS r:treolOC::(~mn?~IrY t:h~h~ HELEN M. FREEMAN, Owner and Violence in Algeria. sweep away whatever solid and a life of faith and love daily Mar, church and a six clivision ~~iii]~M~ :,s v ~ "" " m r ' . . ~ - ~:~:~*mm~ ":~ fir~* --si'~nment was at St i new postulant as plain, OlQ-tasn- 358 Cedar Street TW 2-7667 Aurora ~ne appeal was slgneo oy sane remains in me country," o e Intense ano Tim mine anti narade scheduled to be,in at 2 30 ~~-~ "~'~ ~ ,a~ s . European and Moslem senators the appeal said. heart opened' to the light of the ~ m on E State St between 5th ~~~ Mary Church in Sterling where ~oneo '~wom." from eastern Algeria as well asI "It is time to stop this in-tHoly Spirit we resolve at this and'Bth Sis The t~arade will or I ~~ he served asassistantpastoruntill~ PHOTO EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES by Bishop Paul Pierre Pinier of fernal cycle. Unless we do, an time to obtain abundant graces ganize at 1~45 p m-. " ~~ June, 1960 when he was appointed It takes seven men to control Constantine and his fellow re-lAlgeria irremediably divided tthat they will work for the good A.~i~tin~ "Rish~n" T,~n~ in the] " to st. Thomas Aquinas parish, [the giant incense burner used in " o Fast Processing Service (All Typhus) ligious leaders, against itself would risk not find- of this continent." Mas'~"~.~l'i bethe-~R~-R" v "'Mo~,'~:'[ ~ Freeport. He is also on the faculty lSantiago cathedral, Spain, on me- Alex G. Nagy's T signers' emphasized very its " ~''r ~" ~" ~" Aquin he theling the elements of sur-I -- L "i- Fran-" V i ,a .t of Central Catholic ffighljor feasts. The burner has an arc SilverGIoss Photo Shop d,versity of their opinions even]vival when the need arises." I ~./.ULOJ).~. ,~riest' the Vet, Rev Alo,siusI ~ School and athletic director there, of 260 feet. on A " . . e r ~ 43 Fox Street' Ph. TW 2-2008 Aurora im lgerlan problems and re- The szgners urged then" fellow Tierney OFA and the veryL~ served for themselves the right toIcitizens,to preach moderation andt[ Rev Anastasius" Kuzdrzal O F M ]1 For An), Occasion pursue the individual action that wisdom to their fellows, all of,~'L.~ I Cony deacons of honor" the'Rev" II ,==. ==. re, e= .~= ,~L.w==k~ each felt would best serve Al-[whom must work together inI ~d,||~ I Michael J Shanahan cteacon oil BUS SERVICE 11"1 bLUI: LAINI/II:KINI DON KERR'S g~ia's future. . iAlgeria no mat!er what ,the na-/I . I the Mass; the Rev. Lawrence ton-[I CHARTER COACHES ~435 New York Street Aurora, Illinoqs uut mey expressen menuca~uonstumrestatus mayoe 11:1| don subdeacon and the Rev CHICKENLAND ~I gIUFll,; r /I 2~'~["~" I Fraucis .J. Moroney, master ofl TEL. TW 7-8532 SUPERB FOOD " ~ " ceremonies i " -- For Prlmarv Schools To Get State Aid J flll0rtllart 5J The st "James ProC'he" 11 " [I - :two I choir directed by the R:v paral[I ao, urora Accommodotions for Banquets and FISH SHRIMP - CHICKEN CANBERRA, Australia. -- The]statement giving details of theil LOCATIONS IN AURORA I Fry will sin~, the mass " [I "rl,d,~n 14, /in,~ Weddina Parties Australian government will grant cabinet decision is expected. I~[I High clnd tlb~rtv ~ra e, I ~' Para~de Program [I ":. """ BBQ added aid to denominational]1956'.the,g vernment mtr duc.ed[I I More than 60 musical, march-il Inc. For Reservations Phone Twin Oaks 8-~74] Dining Room .-- Delivery --- Carry-Outs a plan in me two terrttones i " i ilici schools in the federally governed a hi,-h ;t ~,~i~h i,t r I Art PHONES TW 6-7734[ ng and drill un ts w 1 part pate II ,~ Tra-t" Ctr'et Capital and Northern Territories.]ai't~tae-rate''of'"f'ive'"por~cent'on]l AMBUIANCES=RViCi" I ln the parade, according to Law- ~ " ~ 1045 Main St. TW 7-8320 The " federal government has money borrowed by churches to =---~ TW,NOAKS 7-9803 .i- ~ =-----~ decided to ~xtend tc Catholic and build or expand secondary schools, tj [ ~ f'~ - ~ ~.~ a ~m Pm mRLmn.mm tuRF Protestant primary schools a loanI Aid to church schools outside[I Jose-h N. Strotz I A L=U aKU, h Hair" "" program now benefiting denomi-lthe two territories is under thel] r I Good ,apn~ n,~tional secondary schools A r control of state governments. I STORE FRONTS I .j. -- ~ Be TV AND APPLIANCE5 II -- I 41 SOU,'S'A"O AV U'O ," O,S Visit Our Furnitur, Denar on, IS The Basis w '?,PECIALIZING I~ COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY". v -- r" ~ ~~ Presbvterlan Leader To V,s|t PovelI I For Any Ha,r Style EDINBURIH, Scotland.--The]Pope by the Church of Scotl:nd's ' I //EVERY[T?~N?seI~II~ U~CALN"ew ~nd UC??Nan?RGANs WADE BROWN ~.E PHItCO Church of Scotland (Presb termn) General Assembl The three com s Y " Y. -II,Ventlatlng Skv aht$ ] 8AS~ETT ROPER HAMILTON has given permission t~ its moder- mittees ruled (Oct. 5) that a I "" I ~ s,c - ~u,Tars srr t$ SEALY AOM,RA' MAO, .c, ELEGANT BEAUTY SALON ator, the Right Re~. Dr. A. c. lvisit should be allowed in view[I 469 Hi-h St Aurora I "ll[~.ll[D Ull l~ ~Q'~UDAMV Ild~ tEE WlNCKtER, Owner Craig t Ii sztifI-I~: H;l~.::Ste~OPt: ptr:thetadne lrere O i:::te hC:ut uet [ TELEPHONE TW 2-3126 I 10 South River Street Phone TW 2-1908 Auroro 907 S River St Aurora TW 6 1761 48 Fox St. at Riverside TW 6-33S6 Aurora do so during his visit to RomeI the world. ! I -- . n March, 1962. I Dr. Craig will go to Rome nextll . a,n n ^ n ,- Permission was granted by March for celebrations marking[ Kaymond M. hdler Agency I ,W,r v e t LINCOLN - CONTINENTAL three committees set up to rule the centenary of the founding of I ~,Table, D esser & Desk Tops ~" ~: ~:~ 18 on the question of a visit to theiSt Andrew's church there Gloss for Any Purpose l~i/.g" x//~.: .~ ii;/: !~ A ' ' I REAL ESTATE ) "t~ ~ I - MERCURY MONTEREYeMERCURY COMET II . I SCHOR GLASS CO'. arrlvea /:|Y::YO, I'|C:|sAA * I '~=- kn :C~hl /~iCll'O:Yatr ulti: n:a rc " T highlight ofII URAtN,IINS CE kl:L~:. / '~,~"":L,IW~h I ] I S6 58 South LaSalle Street ~ ~ ~ AURORA Phone TW 6 8421 ~ - 1 - 962 RAMBLERS r GQUaUtyUsedCars E new church to commemorateCoral Sea Week celebrations] ,~,^ [ AIJROI;A GREENHOUSE :O. gU,lUC pmVnD CAtC ,~,f eLF MOTOR.*; Australian American friendshi lhere. The week commemoratesll -I.4-flh k~-.T.'/ I ' - II& IILI II~ I IV/VI~ gQ, IL~@Pj II1% LINCOLN -- MERCURY -- COMET " P I th . L. ~/# L.v KU:):)I:LL UPI.~I~ . e Battle of the Coral Sea m ~ . . wlll begin here in 1962. ]repelled alma 1942 i~ whi force]Ill I One Downer Place Aurora Tom and Dick Wehhng 70 South River Sales and ServiCephone . y,cn U. b.snlps 257 North Union AuroraI TW 7.4637 The blessm of the foundation 330 North Broadway Phone TW 7-8734 ~a~aoo~e nav~, ~.nc. ,~ ,W,0. ~one 'W '-*" .u.o. S'r'"'U~O" tone of Regina Coeli Memorial I threatening Australia. 1[ s" : I