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THE GUARDIAN, JANUARY 10, 1969 PAGE 1 1 a Throwing hedral Weddings r, Wis. (NCO -- From ce is out at weddings :hedral of Christ the I. - Kress, rector, Vas banning rice at wed- ,use it takes too much czech up--and if it isn't both unsightly and L noted that rice throwing lly a pagan custom, r by Christians, Jews Score Pope's Arab Sympathy Jerusalem (NC) -- Pope Paul VI's expression of sorrow to Lebanon' s President Charles Helou over the Israeli raid on the Beirut International Airport was criticized by Israel Minister of Religion Zerai} Warhaftig. His criticism came at the same time that U.S. Jewish leaders ex- pressed concern over the Pope's statement. A statement issued by Rabbi Jacob P. Rudin, president of the Synagogue Counc.il of Amer- MORRILTON Stalling s Bros. Feed Mills Local Phone FL 4-2444 P. O. Box 168 Joe Stalliugs-Alan Stallings Morrilton, Arkansas 1 )00lti fhi"es ,,, :rvtl n MARl(El r e biggest Values town every day" Ark. D INSURANCE AGENCY, Inc. 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Helicopter-borne Israeli com- mandos destroyed 13 civil aircraft at.the Beirut airport in retaliation for an attack two days earlier by two Arab terrorists against an Israeli E1 A1 airliner in Athens in which one passenger was kill- ed. The two Arab terrorists had arrived in Athens on a flight from Beirut. Warhaftig also compared Pope Paul's silence with that of a pred- ecessor, Pope Pins XII, who, the minister said, failed to 'protest Pope Consecrates 12 New Bishops Vatican City (NC) -- Pope Paul VI has conferred episcopal ordin- ation on 12 prelates, including four Americans. The Americans are Archbishop Raymond Etteldorf from Ossian, Iowa, newly appointed ipostolic delegate for New Zealand and the Pacific Islands; Bishop Paul Marcinkus, from tim Chicago arch- diocese, who has been made sec- retary of the Holy See's Institute for the works of Religion, which administers funds of the Vatican and other religious organizations and also is a bank; Bishop Andrew Schierhof from St. Louis, who was named auxiliary of La Paz, Bolivia; and Bishop Bernard J. McLaughlin, named auxiliary of Buffalo. Among the eight others are a Canadian, Auxiliary B i s h o p Thomas Fulton of Toronto; an Italian, a Congolese, a Mexican, two Bolivians and two Frenchmen. The co-consecrators were Arch- bishop Sergio Piguedoli, secretary of the Congregation for the Evan- gelization of Peoples, and Arch- bishop Ernesto Civardi, secretary of the Congregation for Bishops. the extermination of millions of Jews by the nazis in World War II. Speaking here at Mount Zion at the annual memorial service for the six million victims of the nazis, Warhaftig said also that the Vatican was silent "when Arab terrorists caused the murder of innocent Jews" recently in the Mahane Yehuda market in Jer- usalem. Warhaftig added: "We must learn the lesson from what hap- pened during the period of the genocide, not only concerning those who perpetrated the crime but those who kept their peace and raised no voice in protest. The policy of silence continues in our day." Attorney Sentenced For Defrauding Nuns Washington (NC) -- Washington attorney Victor J. Orsinger has been sentenced to three to nine years in prison for larceny after trust of $1.3-million belonging to the Sisters of the Divine Savior. Orsinger, 48, remained free pending an appeal. He was con- victed last Oct. 31 on nine of 15 counts. U.S. District Court Judge June L. Green sentenced him Jan. 3 to serve three to nine years on each count but specified that the terms to be served concurrently. The Sisters of the Divine Sav- ior contended they turned the money over to Orsinger, their legal and financial counsel, to buy land in Milwaukee for a school. Testimony during the trial in- dicated that most of the money went instead into a real estate company operated by Orsinger. He contended that the money was given to him as a loan. I fill' '" Maryknoll Nun F ined for P rotest St. Louis (NC) -- A 31-year- old Maryknoll Hun, who chained herself to a department store's doors durIng a Christmas protest, was fined $500 and ordered jailed because she did not post a $100 appeal bond. Sister Cecilia Goldman, who lives at St. Anne's parish in St. Louis but works as a vocational counselor outside the religious community, chained herself to the revolving doors of the Famous- Barr department store during a "Black Christmas" demonstra- tion. 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