Garden City Telegram from Garden City, Kansas on October 31, 1962 · Page 9
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Prelates Continue Review Of Proposal About Liturgy CITY ( AD—Prelates , a$ the Roman Catholic Vatican Ecumenical Council discussed ways of keeping worshipers trom ! becoming "indifferent and mute i spectators" at Mass. The council fathers—cardinals, patriarchs, archbishops and bishops from around the world—examined questions pertaining 10 I the Eucharist as they continued their review of a proposed constitution on liturgy — public wor- sfiip. A spokesman said there were 33 speakers at a three-hour closed session in St. Peter's. The spoke- man said many of the council fathers expressed the view that worshipers should be given "greater knowledge of all parts of the Mass and more intimate participation in the Mass." The Roman Catholic Mass is said in Latin but worshipers may follow the Mass with a missal con taining a translation of the Latin into the national language. Today's session was attended by 2,257 prelates—the smallest number yet. Nearly 300 council fathers have temporarily left Rome to attend to diocesan affairs. Bernard Jan Cardinal Alfrink, archbishop of Utrecht, Holland, presided at the meeting. The spokesman said speakers showed "deep interest" in projecting non-Western culture into some aspects of the liturgy in an effort to adapt to local mentalities and traditions. Along these lines, speakers again discussed the use of vernacular, or modem, languages in place ;>f Lntin in parts of the Muss, especially the teaching parts. Some speaker* expressed a need for a broader choice of scriptural texts in the Mass. The spokesman said some council fathers, discussing the Eucharist, spoke a'bout "communion under two species"—bread and wine, instead of bread alone, the present form. A Vatican source reported, i meanwhile, the council would re- j cess from Dec. 8 until after Easter. I The council had been generally j expected to adjourn about Dec. 10 until about Jan. 10. It opened Oct. 11. Dec. 8 h the Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception. Easter falls on April 14. Man Head* Municipal Utilities WICHITA, Kan. (AP) - R. J. Hayes, Chanute, was re-elected president Tuesday of the Kansas Association of Municipal Utilities at the close of a convention here. Other officers re-electe- were Floyd Rinkcnbaugh, Coffeyville, and Eugene Vo£t, St. John, vice toft f Garden City Telotfratw WedMtday. Oct. 31. 1962 presidents, and Edgar 0. Showalter, Kansas City,' secretary- treasurer. Elected directors wer e C. E. Pray, Kansas City, Quention Hannawald, Pratt, James Qrogan, Ottawa, and Earl Hanes. Larned. Man Can't Make It fa Jury Duty MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP)—James Craven didn't show up for jury duty Tuesday but he sent word that he wouldn't mind i. i. it if the judge sent a deputy to bring him in. Craven, an insurance agent and Air Force reservist, was called to active duty last weekend. 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Inc., 18r.z. World rlthti n««rv»in CATCHING UP WITH OFFICE RUMORAMA FROM THE*SEES-ALL J KNOWS-ALL GAL* — fkawl. AND A TIP OF TM6 HATLO HAT TO APOf*F WAVES* 497 to noiT tAMlCA 5T* TAONTON.MASS. Kansas Needs... Dale E. SAFFELS FOR GOVERNOR •jAr He will not raise taxes. •fc He will work full time for Kansans •jAr Saffels is young enough to act/ old enough to exercise mature judgment. * * * * Cast your vote Nov. 6 for the man Kansas needs— DALE E. SAFFELS N. Pol. Adv.—Flimsy County Democratic Central Committee — John Colllni—Chairman News Strike Deadline Near NEW YORK (AP)—Four of the seven strike-threatened major newspapers in the city offered wage increases to news and commercial employe^ T'-- "ay and early today. Officials of the New York Newspaper Guild, a unit of the AFL- CIO American Newspaper Guild, called the proposals inadequate and unacceptable. Midnight tonight is the deadline set by the union for » strike against any or all of the seven newspapers. The guild is seeking a number of benefits—such as increased job security — in addition to more money. The guild seeks a general 10 per cent wage increase and n $200 top minimum weekly wage for the top salary category of experienced employes, ft also seeks higher minimums in the lower brackets. Top minimums on the newspapers now range from $162.25 to $168 a week. The Liberty Bell in Philadelphia Is hanging from its original wooden beam. 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