The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1970 · Page 20
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 20

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 27, 1970
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m m w 'W w " B6-Palm Beach Post, Friday, November 27, 1970 WATERCOLOH COURSE- Pope Attacked in Manila celebrated American artist MILES BATT,a.w.s. Tuesday Mornings BEGINS DEC. 1 ENROLL NOW Call Mr. Holland 832-5194 captured by security guards and dragged away. Gaviola said the Pope definitely was not hurt, but Cardinal Stephen Kim, the archbishop of Seoul, South Korea, had blood on his hand while walking near the Pope after the incident. He said the blood apparently came from someone else not Kim. The attack on the Pope fol lowed reports from Manila police there may be an attempt on the Pope's life after he arrived in the Philippines. Col. Andres Ruiz, the top Fi-lipono security officer in charge of protecting the pontiff, said before the Pope's arrival he had received "raw information" that radical Filipinos were plotting to shoot the Pope. 4h MANILA (UPI) - A tall, dark foreign-looking man in priestly robes tried to kill Pope Paul VI with a knife shortly after his arrival in Manila today, but the 73-year old pontiff's life was saved when his private secretary pushed the assailant away. The Pope escaped injury. Msgr. Mariano Gaviola, chairman of the Bishops' Conference of the Philippines, said the Pope's private secretary, Msgr. Pasquale Macci, pushed the man away and saved the Pope's life. Gaviola said the attacker was a tall, dark foreign-looking man, who surged to within "three and a half feet" of the Pope wielding a "six or seven inch long knife." 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French Cardinal Eugene Tis-serant, 86, dean of the 127-man College of Cardinals, said it was "public knowledge" the Pope was so feeble or ill eight days ago, aides had to help him leave his weekly general audience in St. Peter's Basilica. Asked if he thought the Pope would retire at 80, in line with his decree, Tisserant said: "This hypothesis has been mentioned more than once. Certainly, his health is such that it is possible he may not need to make any decision on this subject." "Citing advanced age as the reason for such a grace action does not seem justified," Ottaviani asserted in making his rare and severe public criticism of a papal act. "Over the centuries, in fact" he added, "it has been immutably held that precisely advanced age guaranteed the church counselors rich in experience, certainty, prudence and doctrine." Pope Paul's decree, issued Monday and due to take effect next Jan. 1, eliminated 25 cardinals over the age of 80 from taking part in future conclaves to elect the head of the church. He also ordered they drop any active functions as members of the Vatican administration or of the church's permanent institutions. The reform has been interpreted here as improving the chances Pope Paul's successor will be a non-Italian, and perhaps an ecclesiastical liberal. The majority of the 25 cardinals over 80 are also considered traditionalists. Eleven of them are Italians. The total membership of the sacred college is 127, of whom 38 are Italian. Tisserant made his remarks in a French television view, and later, Vatican Radio said Tisserant denied "in part" his remarks on the Pope's health. Ottaviani, who was the most active leader of traditionalist forces at the four sessions of the Ecumenical Council, Vatican II, also said the papal decree may eventually be cited as a reason for retiring a Pope before his death. "The threat exists," he said, "that after judging the Pope's closest aides as unfit (because of their age), the same criterion would be applied to the supreme pontiff himself, and the decisions he makes in his later years would be called into question." Pope Paul, who left here yesterday morning for a 30,000-mile, 10-day trip to the Far East, is 73. Despite increasing rumors he is in bad health and thinking of resigning, his personal physician pronounced him fully fit for the voyage. Bomb Threat Empty STOCKHOLM (UPI) - Police searched the home of U.S. Ambassador Jerome H. Holland for a bomb Wednesday night after an anonymous caller told police he would blow up the house. Police said no bomb was found. Comp. at $60-5350. 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