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THE GUARDIAN, NOVEMBER 28, 1969 PAGE 3 SEE BRIEFS Paul VI has expressed thanks to "those Catho- Who are silent and undemon- but deeply attached to Vicar of Christ," John Car- Heenan of Westminster re- in a pastoral letter on second Synod of Bishops and later private audience he lWith the Pope. cardinal said that at the all the bishops and the "felt the power of the pray- faithful." Paul VI has said that the in the Order of the Mass, in Italy from Nov. 30, intended to usher in a "new in the life of the Church than the introduction of a W Mass. g that the renewed has come about at the of the Second Vatican Pope Paul cited the Con- of the Sacred Liturgy, calls for the Mass to be in order to make it eas- ier the faithful to participate. the liturgy constitution, assured his listeners that the rites of the Mass had "faithfully preserved in their even though some the Mass have been sup- Join the STAG Line Stao,00 BEER EMMETT HOFFMAN Distributor Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES 510 So. Pulaski Phone FR 4-5902 'rUTOBING ALL GRADES & RURJECT8 NOMINAL COST REEULTM GUARANTEED PHONE 664-2880 Park Plaza - Garden Level W. 36th at J.F.K.-NLR Body of fifth Priest-Victim Of V( Found Hue, Vietnam (NC) -- The body of another Vietnamese priest kil- led by the Viet Cong during the Tet (lunar new year) truce of- fensive of February, 1968, was found outside Hue city. The priest, Father John B. Buu Dong, was pastor of a parish east of Hue when he was taken away in February 1968. That was the last that was seen of him until hisbody was uncovered in a mass grave. He was 56 years old. Identifica- tion was made by a paper found on tile body. During their 25-day occupation of the old imperial city of Hue starting Jan. 31, and ending Feb. 24, 1968, the Viet Cong launched a reign of terror resulting in the massacre of at least 3,000 peo- ple. The bodies of 2,800 have been found to date and 1,000 are missing. From the gruesome evi- dence uncovered in mass graves over the past year and a half, most of ttle people of Hue do not expect to see any of tlle missing alive. With the finding of Father Buu Dong's body it is now known that i pressed and others may have been reinstated after centuries of disuse. Pope Paul VI congratulated President Richard M. Nixon and the United States on the second landing on the moon by American astronauts. Pope Paul VI for the third time has appealed for the establishment of a world fund against hunger. The Pope made his most recent appeal in St. Peter's Basilica during a special Mass he celebra- ted for delegates attending the 15th general conference of the United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), and thou- sands of Italian independent far- mers who are holding their an- nual meetirg in Rome. Pope Paul first appealed for a world fund to combat hunger when he was in India in 1964. He renewed the appeal again in his encyclical Populorum Progressio. 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The new Host (right) rests in a tray which is one of the type containers that may replace the traditional cup-shaped ciborium. Msgr. Westhoff gave a demonstration of the new Mass rite to priests at a recent pastoral in- stitute in St. Louis. (NC Photo) , II the Viet Cong killed five Catholic priests. Fathers M. Cressonier, 60, and Pierre Poncet, 36, were killed early in the occupation. They were members of the Paris Foreign Mission Society. Fathers Guy de Compiegne, 48, and Urbain David, 52, we re Benedictine priests from the Thien An mon- astery about four miles outside the city. Father David's body was found bound with seven others. From the position of the bodies it appeared that they were forced to stand In the common grave, which was eight feet deep. Be- cause dirt was found in their mouths, it is thought that some were still alive when the grave was filled. Two Vietnamese priests are still missing since the days of the Hue massacre. They are 74- year-old Father Michael Huynh Ngoc Bang and 61-year-old Father Joseph Le Van He. Three Sacred Heart and two fund the Pope severely warned: "Woe to those who dissipate their wealth and their income on scan- dalous expenses either for luxury or for war." The Pope repeated his words in his encyclical Populorum Pro- gressio, "When so many people are hungry every extravagance, either public or private, every expense spent on national or personal ostentation, every pro- longation of the arms race be- comes an intolerable scandal. We have the duty of denouncing them. We desire that those re- sponsible hear us before it is too late." Pope Paul VI has made two appointments affecting a U.S.-born bishop and priest stationed out- side the United States. The Pope has elevated the pre- lature of San Juan de la Magnana in tle Dominican Republic to a diocese and has made its prelate, Bishop Thomas F. Reilly, bishop of the new diocese. Bishop Reilly, a Redemptorist, was born in Boston on Dec. 20, 1908. He was ordained on June 10, 1933. The Pope has also named U.S. Passionist Father ReginaldArliss to be prelate of Marbel in the Phil- ippines. Bishop-electArliss, rec- tor of the Pontifical Filippino Seminary in Rome since 1961, was born in Orange, N.J. on Sept. 8, 1906. 17,318,320 Refugees Counted New York (NC) -- There are 1,318,380 refugees in the world today, an increase of almost 100,000 over 1968, according to a special statistical report compiled by the U.S. Committee for RefU- gees. This year's increase was in spite of an estimated Z00,000 refUgees who were resettled last year, or for some other reason were re- moved from the refugee rolls. The survey, compiled from fig- ures supplied by private, U.S. government, United Nations, and international agencies, reveals that almost 0 per cent of the world's refUgees are concentrated on two continents -- Asia and Africa. De la Salle Brothers, all Viet- namese, also were killed by the Viet Cong. The bodies of the Sacred Heart Brothers were found last year. The De la Salle Broth- ers have not been found yet. Three students of the Hue ma- jor seminary are still listed as missing. DON'T LET "/OUR MAIL END UP IN THE DEAl> LETI'ER OFFICE. MAKESORE yOUR ADDRESSES ARE WRITTEN CLEARL ANP THAT THEY ARE COMPLETE Termites? Pests? Call TERMINIX! PROFESSIONAL PEST SANITATION Safe, clean, proven results There's no gamble with Terminix protection Nationally Advertised Certified Inspections Insured Guarantee Over 750,000 Customers Low Annual Rates El Doredo ..... UN 24909 Little Rock TU 8.2345 Feyetteville . HI 2.2292 Memphis .... 327-3531 Fort Smith .... 787.-8804 Texarkane ..... 793-1118 Or CALL OUR REPRESENTATIVE IN YOUR TOWN PROTECTING your HEALTH & PROPERTY Is our pleasure BRUCE-TERMINIX CO.