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THE GUARDIAN, DECEMBER 12, 1969 PAGE 3 Council Papers Be P ublished Vatican City (NC)-- Pope Paul [has authorized the publication Secret documents from the Vat- archives pertaining to the Vatican Council on the 100th of that event. "His Holinesshas authorized the secret archives to avail of such collaboration I the part of scholars, historians theologians which they will necessary for a good start the work," according to a statement. The cuments are to be divided categories: preparatory conciliar acts, and accessory such as letters, notes and Pope Paul Gets A Laugh Hilarity erupted recently as Pope Paul VI put mitre, made of wicker, was among Mrican on a wicker mitre, during a visit by seminarians handicraft items displayed for the Pope. (NC from the Propaganda Fide College. The papal Photo) ..... ,,. ,-,N ..... OEAR Bill . Brock LITTLE ROCK HEARING AID CENTER 110 W. 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Fran- cis Raymond Shea, 56, a pastor in his native Knoxville, Tenn., was appointed by Pope Paul VI as the third bishop of the 25-year-old Evansville, Ind., diocese. The Pope's action was announced here by Archbishop Luigi Rai- mahdi, Apostolic Delegate in the United States. Bishop-designate Shea succeeds Archbishop Paul F. Leibold of Cincinnati, who headed the Evans- ville diocese from 1966 until he took office as head of the Cin- cinnati archdiocese in early Oc- tober. The appointment was made six days after Bishop-designate Shea observed his 56th birthday. The bishop-designate was ed- ucated at Holy Ghost Elementary School in Knoxville, then made his studies for the priesthood at St. Charles College and at St. Mary's Seminary, in Baltimore, and the North American College in Rome, where he was ordained to the priesthood March 19, 1939. Fol- lowing ordination, he studied at Peabody College, Knoxville, and earned a master of arts degree. He served in parish work and as a teacher at Christian Broth- ers College and Siena College in Memphis, Tenn., until 1945 when he became principal of Father Ryan High School in Nashville. He was appointed pastor of Immaculate Conception parish in Knoxville in 1956. He has served as a diocesan consulter, as a member of the board of education and of the the- ology commission of the Nash- ville diocese. Clergymen Picket Stores Cleveland (NC)-- Fifteen cler- gymen representing Catholic, Episcopalian, and eight Protestant denominations nave called for a commitment to celebrate Christ- mas in a different style. The clergymen will picket down- town stores in Cleveland, Akron, and Youngstown to "call attention of the public to the over-commer- cialization that has taken the Christian away from the real meaning of Christmas." They ex- plained that no particular business firm or firms are the target of their picketing. Church Raises Ban on 'Old Catholic' Chapel Vienna, Austria (NC) -- A 98- year-old interdict on a chapel of the "Old Catholic" sect here has been lifted by Franziskus Cardinal Koenig of Vienna. The interdict, or ban, on the use of the chapel by Roman Catholics, was imposed in 1871 when civil authorities assigned the chapel for the use of Old Catholics. Old Catholics are a sect that developed from the refusal of some German theologians and canonists to accept the definition of papal infallibility issued by the First Vatican Council in 1870. Theypro- fessed adherence to the teachings of the first sevenecumenical coun- cils and the Nicene Creed but confession and fasting, among other things, were regarded as optional. The Old Catholicsbecame loosely organized into national churches in several countries. Their holy orders and sacraments are considered valid. In announcing the lifting of the interdict, Cardinal Koenig said he hopes that "former historical burdens and mutual mistrust" Will be replaced by "a spirit of fra- ternal understanding and of ecu- menical thinking." Old Catholic leaders called the step "a sign of advancing fraternal reapprochement between the two churches, which have been divided since 1870." Drs. Bunten & Thessing CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES  510 So, Pulaski Phone FR 4-5902 BIGELOW ROBINSON CO. Materials Handling Equipment SALES-SERVICE-RENTALS 1122 Pine St., North Little Rock, Ark. FR 4-7519 COMPLETE TRAVEL ARRANGEMENTS FOR INDIVIDUALS - BUSINESS AND GROUPS * Tickets * Reservations * Hotels * Car Rentals * Tours - AT REGULAR RATES - --#,vu /.=y 2813 Kavanaugl Little Rock, Ark... MOhawk 6-8066 THERE'S ONE NEAR YOU