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Pope's ,,MASS n by Lot 0rk (tO --.)olin F. Nat- received Holy ConJ- Pope Paul VI t)e- le principal at his few his name from a Barteis, 7, the small- the 12 children who Offertory gifls to the the Yankee Stadinm Peace and received Lon, got there because Sydney, Australia. a pert, matter-of-fact calmly corrected re- Grornyko Quoted On Papal Speech United Nations, N.Y. (E) -- Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko viewed Pope Paul's address to the General Assem- bly as "one of the most impor- lant statements ever made be- fore the United Nations in its 20 years," according to a lead- ing diplomatic source here. Gromyko termed the peace message "well balanced and tl:-;e fnl." At the l;eception following the address, the foreign minis- ter and Soviet ambassador to lhe United Nations Anatoly Dobrynin came near the head (:f the line --following Gov. and Mrs. Nelson Rockefeller of New York -- in shaking hands with Polbe Paul. The Pope and Gromyko both miled and cimt- Spelling is with a 'y,' not 'i,' " but added agreeably, matter though." for the Mass, d she was from Syd- been in the United months and baseball sport. le ever watch a hase- m Yankee Stadium? she bobbed enthu- "Mickey Mantle," anticipating the fay- question. three sisters -- and one older- is her favorite the United Nations she is a second .eantime, slicked to lrlch of his life, John stood by. His father York )oliceman rail- and others facing the al- communion of the with tears stream. lis face. lo rel)|'esented the North America. is at St. Nicholas School near the Uni- rls. know why I was said. the SUl.)erior, Sisler called me ()tEl of n into the hall and done somethi|)g Sister told me I Selected to receive at the Pope's said. Francis later said being asked to North American of her first ted animatedly as they met. child, she and other Sisters in the school first decided it should be a student between 7 and 11 years old. Then they narrowed it down a bit more, deciding to choose a student from one of the school's three sixth grade class- es. Each teacher provided the name of a candidate. The Papal Gifts Among 'Most Precz:ous' Vatican City (E) -- The dia- mend-studded cross and ring that Pope Paul VI gave the United Nations to be sold for the relief of human suffering were, in the Pope's words, "the most precious things I own." tIaving a value estimated at $150,000, the cross and ring were presented to United Na- lions crelary General U Thant by Pope Paul at the re- ception following his address to the General Assemhly on Oct. 4. According to a source very close to the ltoly Father, Pope Paul in deciding to give them to the United Nations for the relief of suffering had com- mented that the cross and ring SCHOOLS RE3TAURANTS HOTELS CLUBS LET US PLAN YOUR KITCHEN OR CAFETERIA Glassware  Cooking Utensils -- Ranges Tables  Chairs -- Counters and Back B*rs BROS. SUPPLY CO., Inc. 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Talking to them of the event, he reviewed the Mass, reciting the prayer thai: was the chil- dren's cue to proceed to the altar and commenting with a grin: "Now, isn't thai the longest prayer you ever heard? (Tweh, e were "the most l)recious things I OWE]." The cross is a l)e('toral cross al)('ut eight inches long studded wilh large diamonds surround- ed by smaller ones and .with small emeralds around the edge. The ring -- a bishop's ring -- has a large diamond with smaller ones around il and with small crosses set with rubies on each side. utter graciousness and unflagging stamina amazed millions who saw him in person or watched him on television. (NC Photo) heads nodded in agreement.) And tomorrow if you go to Mass in the morning, don't re- ceive communion and if anyone needs to go to confession, I'll be here; you know, just in case you run over someone with a truck on the way out to the stadium." Then Robyn piped up. "I want to be the dove," she pleaded. Monday night, Oct. 4, bun- dled against the cold, she mounted the crimson and white altar -- with a silver dove for Pope Paul. THE GUARDIAN OCT. 15, 1965--17 Albanian Raps Visit Munich (E) -- The Commu- nist party chieftain of Albania, Red China's European satellite, charged that Pope Paul's peace appeal to the United Nations meant that the Vatican was joining a "holy alliance of Am- erican imperialism and modern (Soviet) revisionism." When the Pope appeared be- fore the U.N., the Albanian delegation was the only one which stayed away from its seats in the General Assembly hall. The delegation apparently took its cue from Enver Hoxha, first secretary of the Albanian Communist party. Radio Free Europe reported here that the week before the Pope's U.N. visit, Hoxha declared in Tirana, the Albanian capital, that the Pope's mission was to aid "Am- erican aggression and Soviet revisionism...the most feroci- ()us reaction in the world." Itoxha said that by his trip, the head of the Catholic Church was abandoning his "spiritual mask" and assuming a political one. HIDWFST DAIR /lie ................... IIII I I t.__ -- --