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of the 00iocese of Eittle 00ock VOL. LVIil, NO. 25 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS JUNE 20, 1969 thanasia ocates Active (NC) -- A newbill aimed galizing voluntary euthanasia to be presented to Par- within the next 18 months. Euthanasia Society, sport- of a campaign, said it was on an amended version the bill rejected by Parlia- this year. It said it hopes ,find a politician willing to a new bill within the life- of the present Parliament, can serve only until early of the original bill and amendments to it and of the debate which led to its defeat in the House of upper chamber of Parlia- were being studied. announcement was made at conference organized by society to launch a book on its "Euthanasia and the to Die." of the book, the Rev. B. Downing, a Protestant cler- who is chairman of the ,'s executive committee, the general plea of most was that the time has for individuals to have the of saying when they want die. "There is a duty to needless suffering to an end it is not desired by the suf- %" he said. the book argues in the for voluntary euthanasia, it discusses euthanasia for the in no position to decide the adult in an irrever- coma, for ,instance, or young child with an incurable can once again be to be -- with the sup- of the majority of the medical -- the main opponents any new bill. But the nar- of the voting on the last makes it appear likely that or later the euthanasia with its influence among so- intellectuals, the mass and the parliamentarians have its way. Pope at Geneva Pope Paul VI, who flew into Geneva, Switzerland, June 10, to address the 50th anniversary meeting of the international Labor Organization, is seen as he spoke in the Palais des Nations. Flags in background are those of ILO's more than 120 member countries. "In labor, it is man who comes first," the Pontiff said, and described ILO's vocation as the "struggle against segregation which gives birth to inferiority for whatever motive, whether slavery, caste, race, religion or class." (NC Photo) Bishop Or d ains Two Deacons at Subiaco lIor Subiaco -- Brother Leonard Wangler, O.S.B., and Brother Wolfgang Mimms, O.S.B., monks of New Subiaco Abbey, have been ordained deacons by His Excel- lency Bishop Albert L. Fletcher in rites at the Abbey Church. The monks were presented to the bishop for ordination to the dia- conate by The Right Rev. Abbot Michael tensing, O.S.B., after the reading of the gospel at a Solemn Concelebrated Mass, at which the Bishop was chief cele- Schneider to Offer Mass Thanksgiving in Jonesboro -- The Rev. Albert Schneider, who was ordained last December 20 for the of Little Rock, Ark., will a Mass of Thanksgiving July 13, at 10:30 A.M. Sacrament Church here. tther Schneider is the son of and Mrs. Lawrence Schnei- , Sr., of 1500 West Nettleton, sboro. reception for the new priest will be held in the Blessed Sac- rament parish center immediately after the Mass. No formal invitations are being issued to the Mass or reception, but Father Schneider said all relatives and friends will be wel- come. Blessed Sacrament Church is located at 614 South Church, Jones- boro. e Sentry Says: Ignorance About Mental Illness is Widespread. Three Cars in Every Garage. Details, Read Qui Vive? on Page 4) brant June 8. ARer learning their worthiness for the office, the Bishop in- structed the candidates for or- dination on the duties of the diaconate. Briefly, these duties are to serve the poor and needy, preach the Gospel, and help with the administration of the sacra- ments -- all in obedience to the Bishop and Abbot. Brother Leonard Wangler, O.S.B., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Wangler of Fort Worth, Tex- as, is a 1961 graduate of Laneri High School, Fort Worth, Texas, and received his B.A. degree from Immaculate Conception Sem- inary, Conception, Missouri, in 1966. He made his first vows in 1963, and his final Solemn Vows in 1967. Brother Wolfgang Mimms, O.S.B., of Chicago, Illinois, stu- died at Our Lady of the Lake Sem- inary in Indiana and received his B. A. degree from Immaculate Conception Seminary, Conception, Missouri, in 1966. He made his first vows in 1964, and his final Solemn Vows in 1967. After one year of theological studies at the Abbey Seminary, both monks studied for two years at the School of Divinity, St. Louis University, where they will return this fall to continue their final year of theological studies before ordination to the priesthood. The two new deacons will reside at the House of Studies main- rained at St. Louis University by the Subiaco Benedictine com- munity. J. Edgar Hoover Finds Communists In Campus Turmoil (J. Edgar Hoover, director of the Federal Bureau of investigation, is the author of what follows. The "Message from the Director" appears in the current edition of the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin). "As the current academic year draws to a close, it should be readily apparent that the students in the New Left revolutionary movement are not on college cam- puses to seek education. Rather, this conglomerate of malcontents is engineering a drive to destroy our educational system. "More and more, the New Left is being controlled by the fol- lowers of Karl Marx through the Old Left organizations of the Communist Party, USA (pro-Mos- cow), the Progressive Labor Party (pro-Peking), and the Socialist Workers Party (Trotskyites). Not since the New Left came into being has the influence of Marx- ism-Leninism been so strong. "The Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), largest of the New LeR groups, is rapidly gain- ing a definite Marxist-Leninist co- loration. At the SDS National Council meeting in Austin, Tex., in March, one of the organiza- tion's top leaders was quoted as stating, "Our primary task is to build a Marxist-Leninist revolutionary movement." "While the New Left movement may or may not make the dean's list this year, it rates an A plus in revolutionary exploits. The SDS and its adherents have rocked campuses from coast to coast with violence, riots, and sabotage. At the SDS National Convention last summer a work- shop on violence and explosives was held. Literature explaining how explosive devices can be manufactured and used against Selective Service installations, ROTC buildings, and university facilities has been distributed. The results are a disgrace to a society which owes its very exis- tence to democratic processes under the rule of law. "Many of the criminal acts of the New LeR were, and are, com- mitted as expressions of rights under the first amendment. Cor- ruption of the first amendment would be a better term for such antics. Certainly, free speech and dissent are not synonymous with despotic obstruction and force. The wild and insatiable demands of the New Lea for unlawful power and its blind determina- tion to silence and destroy all who stand in its way are tyranni- cal acts of the first order. "Under the first amendment, a person may hire a hall and speak on any subject to as many people as he can persuade to listen. How- ever, he has no right to disrupt classes and assemblies andpre- vent other persons from hearing a speaker of their choice, Neither the New Left nor any other group should be allowed to plunder, riot, and terrorize our educational institutions and impose its will upon a majority of students who do not share its views. Crime SEE HOOVER ON PAGE 2 =AAAAAAAA.AAAA.." ..... AA.A .... Official Announcement Diocese of Little Rock 2500 N. Tyler His Excellency, the Most Rev- erend Bishop, announces the following clerical appoint- ment: Rev. Martin J. Conroy, C.S.Sp. - Pastor, St. Joseph's Parish, Conway, Arkansas By order of the Most Reverend Bishop Rt. Rev. Msgr. Joseph A. Murray Vicar General Marylahe Gets New Prior San Antonio -- The Rev. Her- man A. Estaun, O.C.D., who has been Prior of the Marylake mon- astery at Little Rock for the past six years, has been elected Pro- vincial of the Oklahoma Province of the Discalced Carmelite Fa- thers. The Oklahoma Province em- braces the states of Arkansas, Texas and Oklahoma. Father Herman was elected dur- ing a provincial meeting here June 11-13. He will be succeeded at Mary- lake by The Rev. Lawrence Koz- lowski, O.C.D., who has been pro- vincial counsellor for the past three years, stationed in Houston. Other Carmelites elected to hew offices are: The Rev. Joseph Neilson, O.C.D., named superior of the house at Houston; The Rev. Patrick Ahern, O.C.D., su- perior and rector of the Cathedral parish in Dallas, and provincial counsellors, The Rev. Anthony M0rello, O.C.D., The Rev. Louis Scagnelli, O.C.D., The Rev. Micheal Okuroski, O.C.D., and The Rev. Raphael Kitz, O.C.D. Father Lawrence, 35, who will arrive soon to assume his new duties at Marylake, was born in Grand Rapids, Mich., made his novitiate at Marylake in 195Z- 53, completed priestly studies in San Antonio where he was or- chained in 1961, then obtained a degree in Canon Law from the Catholic University of America, Washington, D. C.