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'Q 14 --THE GUARDIAN OCTOBER 2 7, 1961 U.S. Justice Cuban Exiles Feel School Aid Pinch Washington, (E) --The Fed- eral government will give $1.5- million to Miami area public schools next September to sup- port education of Cuban refu- gee children. But it will give no assistance to parochial of other private schools which have assumed the burden of caring for num- erous Cuban youngsters. About 3,000 are in Catholic schools alone. Abraham Ribicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Wel- fare, announced the allocation of $1,596,000 in support to Dade County public elementary and secondary schools. The funds, he said, will be lined to help reimburse Dade County for the cost of required classroom construction and op- eration, for counseling and guidance services and for other assistance to about 10,000 Cuban children. The Federal government has ruled out helping Catholic and other private schools which en- roll refugee children since it began its program of assistance early this year. Church-State relations were given as the reason for the ex- clusion in July by William L. Mitchell, Commissioner of the Social Security Administration and director of the Federal gov- ernment's Cuban refugee relief efforts. Mitchell told a Senate sub- committee that he and Ribicoff had discussed the matter of aiding Cubans who attend paro- chial schools, but concluded: "It appeared on the basis of this discussion that the same considerations that were in- volved in the national contro- versy on Federal aid to paro- chial schools were likewise in- volved in the Miami situation." Mitchell told the Senate unit tllat "it was fully recognized that the parochial school system of Miami was suffering a very severe burden." Florida School Superintend- ent Thomas D. Bailey and'Dade County Superintendent of Schools Joe Hall, however, dis- agreed with the Federal gov- ernment and in February said Mac L. Benton's Insurance Agency All Kinds of INSURANCE 915 Front St. Phone FR 9-4382 CONWAY For Sale 5 ACRES-2 HOUSES On Conway Pike near Catholic Church and School. Across from Blue Hill garage. 500 Ft. Juliette Scott SK 3.2316 WALTHOUR-FLAKE CO. FR 4-2274 in a report that Federal aid should be extended to cover the Cuban children in parochial schools. More Than 100 Attend Liturgical Music Workshop Fayetteville -- More than 100 priests, Religious and lay- men and women attended the annual Liturgical Music Work- shop, held October 15 at the Catholic Center of the Univers- ity of Arkansas here. In the opening address, The Rev. Albert C. Ernst, Director of the Liturgical Commission for the Diocese of Little Rock, gave a brief summary of the National Liturgical Week'Con- fcrence, held in Oklahoma City in August. All sessions at the Workshop were well attended. The musi- cal programs were excellent additions -- a Bach program at luncheon time by Dr. Barbara Seagraves and Professor Ed Connelly, and a meditative period of organ music by Pro- fessor Kenneth Osborne. There were several liturgical displays from several publishing houses. A High Mass at 4:30 P.M. was the solemn closing for the workshop and was attended by a capacity crowd. The chanting of the Proper was by the St. Boniface Schola, and St. Thom- as Aquinas Choir sang the Ave Verum at the Offertory and the closing hymn, "O God Al- mighty Father". Parishioners of St. Thomas Aquinas helped make the work- shop a success, and acknow- ledgements were made to the following: Secretarial and hospitality-- Mrs. Mary Anderson, Mrs. R. L. Fulton, Mrs. Jack Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. James Vizzier and Mrs. Fred Voget. Luncheon arrangements: Mrs. Merle Brady, chairman; Mrs. James Brennan, Mrs..William Buche, Mrs. Frank Conway, Mrs. William Ferrell, Mrs. Rod- ney Frew, Mrs. Marie Johnson, Mrs. John Meiborg, Mrs. Sam- uel Sabin, Mrs. Richard San- ders, Mrs. William Taylor and Mrs. O. L. Watson, all members of the. Altar Guild. Robert Ru- barth and Richard Sanders performed admirably and effi- ciently as "handymen" in the kitchen. Newman Club members who assisted in the serving are: Jane Alien, Janice Bartley, Kathy Collins, Pat Dodgen 2 Mary Nell Donahue, Ann Fron: ing, Delores Gramlich, Sue Heidgen, Mary Nell Helborn, Mickie Kearney, Linda Lam- bert, Jean Ann Mesavage, Carol Musil, Mopsie Pottorff, and Mary Zimpel. Mrs. Kenneth Osborne's ar- tistic ability in numerious pos- ters, particularly cartoons with a "liturgical slant", provided a colorful atmosphere. Dr. Catherine McHugh, the general chairman of the Work- shop, spent many weeks direct- ing preparations, and also par- ticipated as a member of the Workshop staff and as director of the St. Thomas Aquinas Choir. "Send Flowers, But Send Ours" COLONIAL FLOWER SHOP MR. & MRS. C. L. TIPTON, Owners Phone MO 3.4191 2017 Kavanaugh Blvd. lITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS LEADER HELD -- Reinol Oon- zales, a prominent Catholic lay leader in Cuba and president of the Union of Christian Work- ers (UTC), has been arrested by the Castro regime on a charge of counter-revolutionary prac- tices. The headquarters of the UTC in Havana were confiscat- ed last year by the Castro gov- ernment.during its persecution of the Catholic Young Workers, a counterpart of the UTC. The government, bent on eliminat- ing the influence of Catholics in labor groups and students organizations, has stepped up its attacks on Church leaders throughout Cuba. (NC Photo) New Orleans Claiming New 'Firsts, Seconds' (Special to The Guardian) New Orleans, La.  New Or- leans has long considered it- self in first place as America's most interesting city. It a 1 s o claims second place among the nation's ports. Not quite so well known are the following among firsts and seconds: 1) that its present Archbishop, Joseph Francis Rummel, is the first in seniority among active Ordinaries in the United States. Born October 14, 1876, Arch- bishop Rummel at the age of 85 is the oldest among U.S. bishops ruling dioceses; 2) that its St. Louis Cathedral is the oldest actual Cathedral church in the United States; 3) that New Orleans is the second oldest see in the U.S., founded in 1793; 4) that Archbishop Rummel is, with the death of Archbishop Mitty of San Francisco, the second longest reigning arch- bishop in the country. First place goes to Archbishop Ed- ward D. Howard of Portland, who has been metropolitan since 1924. Atheism Failure In Red Bulgaria Vienna, (E) -- Atheist propa- ganda in Bulgaria has failed, according to a Bulgarian com- munist periodical received here. Narodna Mladesh, organ of the communist youth organiza- tion in that Red-ruled Balkan nation, reported that evidence of the failure is the fact that even officials of the young communist group are getting married in church in large numbers. Two Nuns Foil Burglary Attempt Milwaukee, (E) -- Two nuns at St. Therese School here foiled a burglary attempt. Noises in the school awaken- ed Sister Erasma, 51, shortly after midnight Oct. 19. She alerted Sister Cyrillus, 63, the superior, and the two nuns to- gether entered the darkened school. In the school office they found a man trying to open a steel walt cabinet with a crow- bar. Sister Cyrillus ordered the man to stay where he was, and left Sister Erasma on guard while she went to phone the police. The man fled on foot, but soon after police arrested a suspect nearby. The man identi- fied himself as John W. Huffsttler, 64. Police said his record includes 15-years in Al- catraz for a $100,000 robbery in Rockford, Ill. Huffsttler pleaded not guilty to a charge of burglary. Persecution Increases Rece Of Sacraments by Cuban i Madrid, Spain, (E)  Cuban released them to the Catholics are answering perse- ban center. They cution of the Church at the in Ozanam Inn of hands of the Castro regime by Brothers of the Good SI going to church and receiving Their names were the Sacraments more often, an cause of fear of exiled Cuban prelate said here. against relatives. Auxiliary Bishop Eduardo The six said their Boza Masvidal of Havana, who planned for months was ousted from Cuba along had found a boat and with more than 130 priests and motor which others Brothers on September 17, said doned. that "the churches are crowded Little by little, the and those who did not receive gas in the motors Holy Communion before do so When they had now. left in the boat "When the news broke that trunks to trick Cuban they were going to expel all ities into thinking priests, hundreds of children going fishing. and adults not yet baptized They made about 35 went to the churches to receive to see, then drifted for the waters of Baptism. Further- hours until the more, many adults who were wegian freighter picked not married asked to receive up. ; the Sacrament of Matrimony," Bishop Boza added. Miami, Fla., ist Brothers who Manila, (E)--The charge d'af- than 400 priests, Siste faires of the Cuban embassy in Brothers to escape the Philippines left the coun- arrived here after try amid boos and catcalls from ened with imprisonment a crowd of Filipino students at tra militia. Manila airport. Brother Angel, Bro Andres Avinoy Soler was re- miliano and Brother called at the request of the the last members Filipino government after an teaching order to attache at the Cuban embassy where 175 Marist here, Jorge Freire y Gonzales, mally staffed more defected and accused the em- schools. bassy of being a center of com- munist propaganda efforts. Montreal, (E) -- The priests of the Quebec New Orleans, (E)--SIx Cuban Mission Society expell( men, who escaped from their Cuba will soon take Red-controlled island wearing mission work in South only swimming trunks, arrived Father Gilles Ouellet, here aboard a Norwegian Superior General, freighter, here that the Quebec Each of the six carried in the Mission Society has pocket of his trunks a' card on two mission fields, one which was printed a prayer to Diocese of Temuco in Ch Our Lady of Charity. the other in the DioceSe U.S. Immigration authorities sistencia in Argentina. 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