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10--THE GUARDIAN MAY 22, 1964 ..... S00.Lou00,Ado0000, 00Dope Sers Up A "fuary Third Mission ,, To Serve N l"r's other c,1: Two Nuns eese ofSt. Louis willcstablish ,on =' M a new m/ssion parish, its third in South America. in the port Vatican City (El -- Pope Paul shall insUtutc shortly t  ' city of Aries, Chile. VI intends to set up a secre- flame the secretariat Priests, nuns and Papal Vol- tariat for non-Christians some- Christians, an organ Dies 10 Days After Son u,,o,.,o,,,.,,.n,o,,,.,om ,,av00 v00,y different l St. Louis currently staff two by Pope John XXIII t.o deal but tim same structure t l)arishes in BoliviaChrist the with relations between Romau for the separated Chri,' King parish in La Paz, and St. Catholics and other Christians. The Pope said the ] Augustine parish in Viacha. Pope Paul's revelation toward the, new secretariat..is Paris, Ark. Mrs. Minnie C. O.S.B., pastor of Sacred lleart .Joseph Cardinal Ratter of St. the end of a lengthy Pentecost J-aolo aromal Marella ]hie, the mother of two. Benedic- parish, Charleston. Burial was Louis said ihe new archdiocesan sermon on the significance of eardi.nal archpriest , o tine Sisters, died at the age of in St. Joseph s Cemetery here. mission was being undertaken the catholicity of the Church. o!sl.lica bt. veters), 69 in St. Edward's Mercy Has- Mrs. lhle was born at Clarks- hecause of "the urgency o.f the He was speaking in St. Peter's aamtmn to tee wisoom pital at Fort Smith, May 5, ten villa, July 30 1894, a daughter hour in Latin America as far as before 20 cardinals, more than tue which make him days after her only son, Robert Ihle, died in a drowning mishap in Missouri. She had been ill for five weeks. She was the mother of Sister M. Eugenia, O.S.B., and Sister Mary Cecile, O.S.B., both of Mount St. Scholastica's Convent in Atchison, Kan. She is also survived by her husband, Ben lhle of 305 Church St., Paris. A Requiem Mass for Mrs. Ihle was offered by the pastor, The Rev. Peter Sharum, O.S.B., in St. Joseph's Church, May 8, in the presence of The Right Rev. Abbot Michael Lensing, O.S.B. and The Rev. Herbert Vogel- pohl, O.S.B., both of New Su- blase Abbey. Tim Sermon was given by The Rev. Bede Mitchel, of Bernard C. and Margaret Helper Kleba. Other survivors include three sisters Miss Au- gusta Kleba of Paris, Mrs. M. J. Oberste of Sallisaw, Okla., and Mrs. Margaret K. Pettyjohn of Bellingham, Wash, Pallbearers were Alex Mit- chell, Forrest Hill, lIcrman Schwartz, Clem Wald, Jr., Le(> II. Neumcier and Leo Eckarl. A Requiem Mass for her son, Robert B. Ihle, was offered in St. Gerard Mejel]a Church at Kirkwood, Me. by The Roy. James J. Higgins, O.SS.R. April 29. Burial was in Resurrection CemetelT at Kirkwood. The drowning mishap which claimed the life el' the 36-year- old father of two occurred AI)ril the Church is concerned, and in view of the wonderful re- sponse shown by bolh our l)riests and am" people for what we have ah'eady done in Bo- livia." 25, at St. Louis, where the fam- ily resided at 12913 Sarala Dr. A native of Arkansas, he was born at Paris August 27, 1927. tie was employed as comptrol- ler of a wholesale furniture company in St. Louis. lie is survived by his wife, Mrs. I)orothy Ihle, a five-year- old daughter, Janice Marie, and a two-year-old son, Thomas Ke- vie, all of St. Louis; his father, 6,000 seminarians studying in Rome, and thousands of other pilgri ms. The Pope defined true cath- olicity as transcending all dif- ferences, so that "every na- tionalism is merged in the good of the world community, every form of racism is condemned, every form of totalitarianism is revealed in its inhumanity." Pope Paul stated that he wanted to almounee timt "we Mr. Ben Ihle of Paris, Ark.; and two sisters, Sister Eugenia and Sister Cecile both of Atchison, Kan. The Gu00u-,lian Press 311 West 2nd Street, Little Rock, Arkansas A Memorial Card Is a Symbol of Love and Devotion For the Dead " With a picture or without a picture, a Memorial Card is a lovely and thoughtful way 1o perpetuate the memory of the dead. An Anniversary, even the year of death is often quickly forgotten by friends and relatives, if no con- venient record is made. Everyone likes a Holy ard for use as a marker in his or her prayerbook make it a Memorial ardl Enclose a Memorial Card with your "Thank you" notes. When ordering the first time, get an ample number of cards and for months give them to your old friends and new and to the friends of the deceased as you meet them. They will be appreciated, and should be the occasion of many, many prayers and mementoes for the departed loved ones. How To Prepare Copy For Memorial Card t All pictures submitted for Memorial Cards are handled parents can be taken from group portraits, such as family pictures. carefully, and are not damaged in the process of making the an- Small camera or snap shot pictures may be submitted for an eatS- graving plate or cut for printing the picture. Studio portraits are best. Oftentimes, individual pictures of mate and suggestions on possible use. (Price Includes Cards, Engraving, and Printing on Two Sides) 100 cards with picture of deceased, prayer, etc. - .................................. $14.00 200 cards with picture of deceased, prayer, etc. - ................................. 16.00 300 cards with picture of deceased, prayer, etc. - .................................. 18.00 400 cards with picture of deceased, prayer, etc. - ................................. 20.00 MINIMUM ORDER 100 CARDS I " am th, e.lurr*ctl6n 14 t, IL,s u*.. ,h.it I,.," gt. l,n xl, , 0 den(lair heart of .R,r, ls ever present In The leised aere. meet. ever consumed with hurw lng love lorlhepoore=p veaoula In Purgalory, have mercy on the soul of Thy Irva t, John Br ng him from tile shidowa of enllo to the bright home of lleaven, where, we Irusl, Thou and 'Thy Blelsed Mother have woven for him a crown ot illiladtzlg bils. Aliiell, ICt.l lt eat te lira 0 L d Back No. 1 Card Actual Size 2% by 4 Inches II I I "t im lit it,lmltbo ill It, Ill.! bt tl ilf,*tkll me, altkosk e te tu, ekl Uili l 4k #sin li, I1, lllO|l lllllll Absoll,  bgeo ll, O i.otd, Ih8 iOUI O| Tb Iglit I MI, thlt bel_ll deed to tli woild, she lly UVe IO Iheo. il whatever lll Ihe lllll hiV8 romlltted In thll llle through liumili lllly do hou ol Th lost lerelfol Ioodell, f0rllv#, Through JOIgl hi'lq I Ottg Ofl .tdarlh / t/nd r.,t I,,t uio Ill, 0 II. |nl I,t llll.ll Illll ihla. ulml lit. x*i, t. rr, la I..,* amen. Back No. 2 Card Memorial Cards Made Without Picture of Deceased olI Ag1l ao|Itli ll M|fy lelkt [lll lllm Novembll II, l#l Mi/ghit Ark. IS/dr Jul 14, 191 Hot tprinll , Ark. i'R ygn [ Abaolvo we ,'seech Thee, O J Lord, tile Soul Of Thy servant ),laW. Ihlt being dead to thll World, ihe inly h 'e to Thee IIid whatever Ilnl se ly avo I eommRted 111 11111 life through human frailty, do Thou, of 'rhy mo,t mereitu goodnep, forgive. Through Jelus Christ, Our Lord, Amen. Itl.,=l r,,,. I O I.l =a 1. p.,...l itst ,*.. u,n k,r Prayer Copy No. 10 . t,=t btn,,.th n ,,..I.,o= , h, . ,d, . ,li lle." t. Ju, 1, l. ll$Uet ilAlt .IosrUl r*d a. ih*.ll Irm 0tcr 10,1901 ' COIIWIy, d(* lied, Seplimbet 28.1960 Little ROck, Ark, Pra.yet 0 gentlest heart of .Talus ever pteaellt In The Bleised Sacra. ment ever consumed with burn. In love for the poor captive oUls In Purgatory have merep on the IOUI O Thy lervgnt. Fred. riJ lt |taflt uilto kJm O leid, ,,d let .rpltull light Ihll poa Jh M MIS he tl In ptl*, Amta. II,ii i #l, Ii nlli i,ltl ili .11 Prayer Copy No, 11 When a picture of the deceased is not available, select one of the appropriate and lovely colorful cards illustrated below as Sub. Sects A, B, D. Select one of the two sample prayers reproduced on the left and design'ate your choice as "Copy No. lO" or "Copy No. l l." These 3 subjects do not have black borders. (Price Includes Cards and Printing on One Side) 100 cards printed, name and prayer on one side .......... $ 8.00 200 cards printed, name and prayer on one side .......... 10.50 300 cards printed, name and prayer on one side .......... 13.00 400 cards, printed, name and prayer'on one side .......... 15;50 MINIMUM ORDER 100 CARDS Subject A d::L ,' Subject B Subject D and venerated by the Church, has a rare in the field of religious gral)hy." Cardinal Mare]la 69, veteran papal served as Apostolic Japan for 15 years and an expert on Shinto. also headed l)apal Australia and France, served from 1924 to 1933 Apostolic Delegation in ington. Its was the gate for the opening Vatican pavilion at the fair. Pope Paul in his a= went on to say that by ing these steps, "no however far religiously may be the c from which he comes, Ws longer be wholly a this Rome which is ful today to the which tie Catholic signs to it -- that oil tile t?Olnlnunis' (colnnloll land.)" The idea of such a for non-Christians ed in April of 1963 bY Antoine Thijssen, S.V Larantuka, Indonesia. the prompt seconding as Cardinal Tien, S.V.D., tolic Administrator of th pet archdiocese in Forrn In a letter addressed gene Cardinal Tisserant, of the College of last Sept. 15, Pope Pa cated that he was establishing such an tion. BOY SCOUTS (Continued from page nized were: lqosea stitutional representati' the folh)wing eomm! Scoutmaster Roy A. assistant John Wilson, Steimel, George Baltz, mas DeClerk, Rainer Dr. W. W. Scott, A. C. and Joe P. Baltz. '.: James Thro master of Tl'oop 44, Scoutmaster's Be ...i Views ConvtcttOJ!; { By Reds Brooklyn, N.Y. (1) Lionginas Jankus, i born priest here who cently, sentenced by court to a 15-year charges of killing J soners of the World War !I, views tense wryly. Father Jankus  he ened his name from th nal "Jankauskas" after to the United States ir was a parish priest in Lithuania, in the su 1941. The nazi occu in the area anhilated sons, most of them er Jankus has now in absentia along wit] ers charged with crimes, in a trial befo rice of the Soviet Supreme Court, and The priest, now exeC rector of the United Jan-Relief Fund, quarters in Brooklyn, here earlier that he parishioners had those persecuted by tt Fatimr Jankus gre of his conviction ing with derision. "MY of ]5 years in prison murders will at least fort to those who Sieve that the Reds are in," he said. ,'Some are killed for a single and my bishop and fellow-priests, were even less of an excuse."