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14--THF_. GUARDIAN JUNE. 8__ 0000HOL SEE Pontiff Invites Laymen NEws To Pastoral Activity , s Vatican Cit., (Radio, NC)-- and after . . . laymen are sin- }lis lloliness Pope John XXlII cerely invited to take their has told 4,000 Salesian "COOller- place of responsibility as in- ators" that laymen are "sincere- dividuals and members of a ly inviied to !,ake their place of community under the friendly responsibility in tile field of guidance of the bishops and at ' l)astoral activity. ,, tile side of tile, priests in broth- The "COOl)erators belong to erly understanding.' law groul)s formed to help tile Salesian Fathers carry out their various apostolates. They were received at a special audience in tile courtyard of St. Da- masus. It was the first time in years that the courtyard had been used for an audience. It was necessary to hold it there because of the work going on in St. Peter's basilica to ready it for tile coming ecumenical council. Pol)e John told the "coopera- tors," who had come to the Vatican from all parts of Italy on a l)ilgrimage of prayers for tile council, that they could con- tribute to "the happy success of the council." The Pope said: "In the vast field of pastoral activity which will open up dur- ing the period of the council Pine Bluff LEA'S MEN'S STORE National Advertised Brands The Better Clothing For Men Phone JE 4-0381 322 Main St. Pine Bluff Arkansas The l'ontiff said that this in- vitation to assist tile Church's bishops and priests applies par- ticularly in tile fields of relief, charity and the press and other mass comnmnications media. "Because of their competence and training and because of the possibility they have of in- fluencing these areas with the convictions of the Faith, the be- loved sons of the laity are call- ed on to be particularly active in these fields," the Pope con- cluded. 5 Arkansans Receive Degrees From St. Louis U. St. Louis--Five students from Arkansas received degrees at Saint Louis University during Commencement exercises last Saturday. They are among approximate- ly 900 students who were awarded degrees The Arkansas stud'ents are: 'Fort Smith--Robert .E. An- derson, 6 Shady Lane, doctor of dental surgery degree; Jones- boro--Miss Brenda Frese, 604 Melody Lane, School of Nursing and ILealth Services; Little Rock -- Richard B. Brantley, 4915 W. 28th St., doctor of den- tal surgery degree, and Willard E., Reed, 4 Sunnydale Dr., doc- tor of dental surgery degree; Paragould--Lco R. Dolmgne, 69 Countryside Lane, Institute of Technology, magna cure laude. J. E. BOYCE AGENCY ALL FORMS OF INSURANCE REAL ESTATE SALES 612 W. 6th Street Phone JE 4-7041 Pine Bluff, Ark. General Waterworks Corporation 701 Main St. Pine Bluff Arkansas LOOMIS FLORAL COMPANY 316 West Sixth Phone JE 5-0322 PINE BLUFF, ARK. CAPITAL PRIDE MEAT PRODUCTS C. FINKBEINER INC. 3rd & Mulberry St., Pine Bluff, Ark. C O a CR E TEll. .Ready Mixed ] ACCURATE PROPORTIONING DEPENDABLE QUALITY IMMEDIATE DELIVERY ANY SIZE JOB PINE BLUFF Sand & Gravel Co. Ft. of Nebraska # His Holiness Pope John XXlII received in audience members of tile Society of tile IIoly Cross, England's oldest associa- tion of Anglican clergymen. The audience was granted at the beginning of May but was not made public at that time. Those attending were members of the society's ecumenical com- mittee. They discussed the so- ciety's activities with the Pope. Later they visited Augustin Cardinal Bea, S.J., President of the Preparatory Secretariat for Promoting Christian Unity for tile coming ecumenical council. :Ic :3 {: Catholics today are not only reading the social teachings of the Church but are busy ap- plying them to modern life, Pope Jolm XXIII told delegates to the first Italian Study Con- vention for Professional Train- ing. Pope John told the delegates .... j'eceived in audience (June 1) that by applying Christian so- cial teachings, Catholics are to- day making them "penetrate so- cial legislation for the benefit of humanity." :3 '.: ,; Pope John XXIII has warned that without God's help the world can become a place of "still more bloody battles and still deeper sorrows." Before the audience at which he spoke, the Pontiff had taken part in a rogation day proces- sion in tile basilica. Noting the purpose of these days, Pope John said that today people must ask God to spare the world "the great tribulation and anxiety which is so acute at the l)res(,nl lime." The Pope referred particular- ly to the danger of war, which lie called " a conflict which could annihilate all the good that humanity 1)ossesses." 3 ,3 0 Pope John took time off from more weighty affairs of his su- l)reme office to visit chauffeurs and mechanics in the garage of tile Vaticans' motor pool. In a simple impromptu dis- com'so Pope John spoke of the protection which the Blessed Virgin gives her children on the road of life. He said she could be relied upon to protect them from tim dangers of mod- ern traffic. The Pope had words of high- est praise for "those good sons who use caution and courtesy in driving and contribute there- fore to the strengthening of per- sonal dignity, which is a gaur- antee of good order." People who properly under- stand the benefits of leisure time will not forget their reli- gious duties during vacations, Pope John XXIII told a cOnven- tion of touring club directors here. He praised families who take their vacations together and who use them to meet and un- derstand other people in other places. By becoming acquainted with other nations and their customs, the Pope said, "indi- vidual and collective selfish- ness will be overcome and it will be easier for people to be- come part of the great human family." Pope John XXIII has trans- ferred Bishop Gilles Henri Barthe of Monaco to the See of Frejus-Toulon, made vacant by the transfer last December of Bishop Henri Mazerat to tile See of Angers. Bishop Barthe has headed the Church in Mo- naco for nine years. It was he wire officiated at the marriage of Prince Rainier and tlle for- mer Grace Kelly in 1956. Pope John XXIII has sent a telegram of condolence on the death of 130 persons in the worst single-plane disaster in civil aviation's history. The telegram, asked Maurice Catholic College Costs $718 More, Survey Shows Washingt(m, (E)--Resident stu- Office of Education, a d dents at four-year Catholic col of the U.S. Department,. loges,' last :year paid as much as Iiealth, Education and Weli $718 more than their counter- break down this way for C parts who went to public in. olic colleges: situtions, the ederal govern- 1. A resident student at ment estimates, fom'-year Catholic college Tuition and fees accounted women paid an average in for the biggest difference be.. tion, fees, room and board tween costs. Catholic college $1,474, as compared to a fern students paid more than three resident at a tax-supported times as much to meet these stitution who paid about charges than did students at a difference of $718. public colleges or universities. 2. A resident at a But this wasn't the only dif. college for men paid an ference. Catholic college stu- age of $1,400, as compared dents also paid more for their $754 charge for a male room and board, according to a at a public institution--a survey released by the U.S. Ol'- ence of $646. fice of Education. Tile Office of Edu( Tuition and fees in Catholic that the room rate for colleges and universities aver- at a public institution was aged out to about $677 last year, a year; for men, it was the government said. These This compared to $265 for same charges in public institu- en and $259 for men at tions came to about" $185 for olic institutions. residents of the state in which For board on a tlle institution was located, rate, the public college Catholic college tuition and was given as $378 for fees charges, although higher and $380 for men. At than those at public institu, institutions, it costs $532 tions, were less than the aver. women and $464 for men. i  age of $731 for all private in- study.Stitutins' according to the Pine B-uffl Compared to other church- related schools, the average tuition and fees charged at Catholic schools rated fourth behind Lutheran institutions ($724); Presbyterian ($716); and Ask For Methodist ($680). Independent institutions topped all others, with an average of $927. The figures prepared by the Cardinal Feltin, Archbishop of Paris, to assure the families of the (lead that the Pope has prayed for their eternal repose. It expressed deep sorrow at the tragedy. 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