Religion: Words & Works

¶ Minneapolis' annual "Aquatennial" wound up ten days of parades, stage and water shows (featuring the Aqua Follies, Peter Lind Hayes and Mary Healy, a water-ski circus and Rin-Tin-Tin) with Evangelist Billy Graham. In one Sunday-morning session he outpulled them all with an overflow audience of 21,000 and 500 "decisions for Christ." Aquatennial directors, said the show business weekly Variety, will try to bring him back next year. ¶ President Eisenhower signed into law a bill authorizing commercial airlines to grant reduced fares to clergymen on a "space available" basis, i.e., without advance reservations. ¶ The Vatican's Sacred Congregation of...

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