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PAGE 2 THE GUARDIAN, JUNE 20, 1969 \\; Outstanding Catholic Youth The Rev. Tom Barre, assistant pastor of St. Paul's parish, Poca- hontas, presents Tim Baltz with the Outstanding C.Y.O. shield at the recent St. Paul's High School graduation. Tim was honored for showing unique leadership and zeal in the Catholic Youth Organiza- tion as president of the Northeast Deanery, president of his parish C.Y.O., and for his work in the 1969 diocesan C.Y.O. convention. LET...BYRON W.HOUSE TRAVEL AGENCY TRAVEL DO IT SEA TRAVEL AIR TRAVEL No Extra Service Charge You Pay Only Regular Rates TO ANYWHERE/ BUB OR PLEASURE Om Welt 4lh at RinSe . . . 72H1 n Poundatlcm LIM Building Phone FR 43511 PREE PARKIN@ P & H Distributing Company LITTLE ROCK, ARK. i Cuernavaca Center Ban Relaxed Vatican City (NC) -- The Holy See, relaxing its ban on the train- ing center for missioners in La- tin America founded in Cuerna- vaca, Mexico, by Msgr. Ivan Illich, has authorized priests to attend it, but the permission has been given only on an experimen- tal basis. It was also given on condition that the bishops of Latin America and Bishop Sergio Mendex Arceo of Cuernavaca surpervise the teaching at the intercultural Cen- ter of Documentation (CIDOC) and that the center "be led back to the spirit and the purpose that presided at its foundation." The Holy See also asked Msgr. Illich to leave the center and to put it under the direction of CELAM, the Latin American Bis- hops' Council. I I Police Save Chapel From Mob Attack Trivandrum, India (NC)--Po- lice rescued a Catholic priest and saved a local chapel that was about to be destroyed by an angry mob. The priest, Father Xavier Bra- ganza, was attacked by the mob following a dispute over theboun- dary of the property of a Boys' Town of which he is manager. Before police arrived, the town had been stoned and several arti- cles including the priest's scoo- ter, battered. Hoover CONTINUED FROM PAGE 1 under the ivy-covered arches eta college campus is no more excu- sable than crime in our city streets. "SDS leaders know that if a revolution is to be brought about, they must inject more discipline and organization into the move- ment; the anti-discipline, free- wheeling, individualistic, anarch- istic mood of the New Left must be controlled and molded into a strong, centralized, Marxist- Leninist revolutionary force. The Old Left groups, of course, are working hard to capture at least a part of the movement. "The pro-Peking Progressive Labor Party (PLP) already has a strong beachhead inside the national SDS. On some key is- sues, the PLP comes close to having enough strength to swing votes in national meetings. While considerable factionalism now exists within SDS ranks on "how to bring about a revolution," the pro-Peking, the pro-Moscow, and the Trotskyites all agree on one major point -- students alone cannot bring about a revolution. One well-known communist youth leader wrote, "We must view the worker-student alliance as a mutual necessity and do every- thing in our power to insure its Omaha Gets Cha.er New Ordinary a Busl Washington (NC) -- The resig- HENRY LIENHART nation of Archbishop Gerald Tho- Any size Bus evallabl,, from mas Bergan, 77, of Omaha has school bus to luxury air on- been accepted by Pope Paul VI, ditioned coaches. HOUSTON - BIGELOW BUS LINES ARROW COACH LINES Z715 W. 10th MO 6-9891 LITIZ ROCK'S ORIGINAL for 23 YL4#$ AJso Serving Amer/can Food 3 LOCATIONS % TAKE.OUT SERVICE AT ALL LOCATIONS 6120 EASE LINE 5922 NEW IIITON RD 5805 KAVANAUGH NWAY LO 5-9729 MO 3-9956 565- CI.OSID SUNDAYS t'JOSED SUNDAYS OPEN SUNDAY who appointed Auxiliary Bishop Daniel Eugene Sheehan, 52, of Omaha, to succeed him. Archbishop Luigi Raimondi, Apostolic Delegate in the United States, announced the actions of the Holy Father here. The eighth head of the Omaha See, Archbishop Bergan served as its second archbishop for 21 years. He has been in ill health in recent years. In accepting his resignation, Pope Paul appointed him to the titular See of Tacarate which was raised to archiepisco- pal status. A native of Peoria, Ill, Arch- bishop Bergan was ordained 53 years ago. He was consecrated bishop of Des Moines, Iowa, in 1934. He became archbishop of Omaha on Feb. 7, 1948. Archbishop-designate Sheehan is a native of the Omaha archdio- cese. He was born in Emerson, Nob., on May 14, 1917, and was educated at Creighton University, Omaha; Kenrick Seminary, St. Louis, and the Catholic University of America, Washington, D. C. He was ordained May 23, 1943. In 1964, he was consecrated to serve as Auxiliary Bishop of Omaha. Published Weekly by The Guardian Press, Inc., 2500 N. Tyler St. Entered as second-class matter March 21, 1911, at thepoS! office of Little Rock, Arkansas, under the Act of Congress 0x f + " March8, 1897. ( Erda | g Second-class postage paid at --E- --I - Little Rock, Arkansas 'r  SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $5.00 the year in the United State s JES St Canada $6.50 - Foreign $7.50 The Guardian is the official publication of the Diocese of Little Rock. It provtd is worth during tsesmany years of its existence. It merits thewhole" hear d upport of the prie t and people of the diocese. With this help, its lit@ goal, as an instrument of Catholic Action, can be achieved. q ALBERT L. FLETCHEI Bishop of Little go EDITOR MONSIGNOR THOMAS L. KEANY, Ph.D. Mount St. Mary's Academy, Little Rock, Ark. 72207 MANAGING EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER MR. WILLIAM W. O'DONNELL MR. AUGUST PROSST. JR. Address All Departments P. O. Box 7417 Telephone Me 6-0286 FOREST PARK STATION -- ZIP CODE 72207 Business Hours 8:30 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Monday through Friday. ClosedO Saturday, major National Holidays and Holy Days of Obligation. growth and endurance." The PLP and the Trotskyites also suppor- ted similar linkage of the students and "workers." "Not all SDS members accept the Old Left organizations. Many feel that SDS can promote a viable revolutionary youth pro- gram without stringent controls and free of parental tutelage from a foreign or internal Marxist party. Whether this is possible or not remains to be seen, and the answer may be decided at the SDS National Convention this sum- mer, where this issue will be bitterly and hotly contested. "Meanwhile, a basic factlooms. Never before in this country has there been such a strong revolutionary Marxist movement of young people which is so eager to destroy established authority. Furthermore, the New Left move- ment has made it emphatically clear that mere change and re- vision are not its objectives. Ar- Drs. 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