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September 26, 1969     Arkansas Catholic
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PAGE 14 THE GUARDIAN, SEPTEMBER 26, 1969 A Real Flying Nun Sister Patrlcia Chenger, first grade teacher at St. John's school In Unlontowno Pa. is a real-life "flyIng nun." She's been flying for two years and holds a private pilot's license. Here she checks out her oil at Counelisvflle Airport, where she is taking Instructions for her commercial license. Sister Patricia is the only member of the Sisters of St. Joseph, Baden, Pa., to have a pilot's license. (NC Photo) Shop & Trade With Your Home Town . . They Appreciate Your BATESVILLE -- St. Mary's Church. sundaY! 8:30 a.m. Hotyday Mass: 5:30 p.m. NEWPORT -- St. Cecilia's Church. Sunday I 11:00 a.m. Holyday Mass: 7:00 s,m. SEARCY--St. James Church. Sunday MaSlJ a.m. Holyday Mass: 7:00 p.m. Our Lady of guadalupu Chapel Sunday Mass: 6:40 a.m. 6:40 a.m. WHITE ABSTRACT & REALTY CO., In, : M. J. WHITE BEN H. Abstracts Farm Loans Real Estate NEWPORT JACKSON COUNTY 520 3t MERCHANTS & PLANTERS O NEWPORT, ARKANSAS "A Friendly Bank To Do Buslne John M. Davies BATESVlLLE FUNERAL HOME  793-3831 BatesvilD, SEARCY FROZEN FOODS Phone 268-3534 507 S. Main Searcy, BARNETT BROTHERS DEPARTMENT STORE -- SUPER MARKET FARM SUPPLY STORE "Betesville's Leading Retail Batesville Arktf MAXFIELD'S BETTER FURNITURE IN CONTINUOUS BUSINESS SINCE 1870 Furniture, Stoves, Floor Coverings, and Home SupP BATESVILLE PHONE 793-4550 New Vatican Audience Hall A huge new hall near St. Peter'sbasilicain Rome is being prepared for papal audiences and other large assemblies. This view from high up in the cupola of St. Peter's shows the auditorium roof being completed. (NC Photo) WARDROBE CLEANERS Geo. Robinson, Owner PHONE "For Those Who Care" Batesville Banished Angolan Priests Allowed to Return Lisbon, Portugal (NC) -- Three of eight priests banished from Angola, a Portuguese territory in West Africa, have been allowed to return to their dioceses in Angola. The priests were banished after a nationalist uprising in Angola in 1961 when widespread fighting between Portuguese troops and A n g o I a n nationalists t o o k thousands of lives. Fathers Osorio Gaspar, Vicent Jose Rafael and Llno Guimaraes have not yet availed themselves of the permission to return. Prime Minister Marcello Cae- tano of Portugal is sympathetic to the desire of the Angolanpriests to return to theirpostsbut has said that all of them cannot return permanently, although four others were allowed to make temporary visits to their families. Father Franklin da Costa is now in Angola on such a temporary visit. The eighth priest, Father Joa- quirt Pinto de Andrade, has not been given permission to return. He is the brother of Mario Pinto de Andrade, one of the founders of the Angolan People's Indepen- dence Movement. The priests receive about $50 monthly /'or living expenses from Archbishop Manuel Nunes Gabriel of Luanda, Angola. Sev- eral of them are studying for degrees at the University of Lis- bon while awaiting their return. i FOREST FIRES I CROSBY'S DRUG STORE "Where Most People Trade" PHONE 793-2537 Batesville MAKES A Grade "A, ' Atilk Products BETTER LUNCH! ..' Creamy, cold milk to make y oor dren's lunch complete, milk .'' perfect food for growing childrem MACK FARM DAI RY Serving Batesville Since 1928