Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 2
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 2

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, March 9, 1966
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FAG2 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z N WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1964 FATHER DE PAUW SAYS: Let Each Diocese Make Own Decision On Mass J ~I sbssid be abfe to duose irbsSasr Warn iw Mass, g»e trasSlsccsJ jfass -- or both, fee presssJest i ^2 the Gafix£ lot- bdieres. | - Her. Gosnsnsr A. Dei fear, «te says be was r*-; £red of Ms doSes is e D»-f of BaHinrjre becsose of to] ist beSefc, s?wfc£ bcre? M a Tacsoa Pressf JortHH and a media? of] sar of Axizooa Sods-s %-DesjKie bis ooatrorersv iwrence Cardies! S ardsiwp of BaJfoxms, Falser 0e Pan* denied fcai be is a "refrei priest" The canBaal bas ordered Fa- fber De Pasrsr to retam to Bal- tnaare and stop stirring ap protests OTCT inlerpreiaiiccis of the decisions rf toe receni Vatican CoondL Exhibiting copies of fetters far fte Me** P-e?- Atovsias Faveri bishop of Tivoli-Rfline, Father De Pauw said be has been e- roBed among the clergy of TIVG- li and retarned to ibe United Stales wife the permission of Bishop Faveri. At the campus meeting, Fa- feer Be Pauw told of his audience with Pope Paul VI in Rome Dec. 1, are! exhibited a cote photograph of the Pope bearing an apostolic blessing issued him separately. Father De Panw said ihat Vatican Council H never decreed flat tbe new liturgy, particularly the use of the common language of a country instead of Latin, would be mandatory- He said fte decree was permissive. He quoted Article 37 of the Vatican Council's constitution that Catholic laity not only have the right but the duty to express to their bishops bow they :feeL Ibe Belgian-bora priest, who came to New York City in --CHoss Past 5r W.-PX SW-w Father De Pauw . With copy of appointm ent to Diocese of Trvoli-Rome. and Cflicago ifaai what l Francis J. Green to speai in she cans want is an American CafixH Diocese of Tucson beease "I lie Cnurca. Be said he was barred from fte campus of e UnrrersiiT of Notre Items, not erven permitted to celebrate Mass, but a Unitarian minister was permitted to lecture there on aiijeism. Father De Pauw said he had not sought permission of Bishop am not speaking in a csizrck" He said foe celebrated Mass in Phoenix, bo: declined to say where. He also said 02 mafed announcements about fee Catholic Traditionalist Movement to aD American bishops, but has had no reply from Tucson. Farm Researchers Convene The men who manage fee agricultural research at universities in the West began three days of meetings today at the University of Arizona, said that if a congregation of Catholics would "feel closer to God" at a celebration of the new Mass, be would celebrate it for them. But be said those who want fte "quiet, traditional Latin Mass instead of the new, noisy Masses," should have the right to make their choice. He said St. Peter's Basflka in Rome-the Pope's own church and scene of Vatican Council sessions -- offers worshippers a choke on Sundays between the traditional and the new liturgy. Tbe Catholic traditionalist movement, he said, wants to uphold the authority of the Pope over his bishops ("We don't want 2,500 little popes"), the Catholic doctrine of the Virgin Mary, and the "real presence" of.Cnrist in the Eucharist of tbe Mass. He said the Latin of the Mass is the worldwide symbol of the Roman Catholic church link with Rome. He jeered at opinions he said he had beard in Detroit TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN Dilty tn.aH Svnoiy »r tin CJfflM FvbllfHIfif C*. IN Htrth Ktnt Av» TVCMCI, Ariuiu SUBSCRIPTION ItATESi HofrwOtftvtffd hi TvcMfl, 41 c nr wttk ·f W3M ftr ittr. Hwnt-Drftvtrt* Ovt»lt Tucson, 45c pif WMk .r %\.n P*r mtnm. MUll tUtn: PiyaMt In idvintt, H.M *r tUM p*r yur. UA Grad Heads 4th Infantry Unit Col. Henry B. Greer, a 1340 graduate of fte University of Arizona, has been named chief of staff of the Army's 4th Infantry Division with headquarters at Ft Lewis, Wash. The officer, a veteran of World War n and the Korean conflict, is the past commander of the 2nd Brigade. In his new post he succeeds CoL Lioyd J. Ptak, who has been assigned to Viet Nam. Greer married the former Anne Pressley, a classmate at the UA- The couple has four children, including a son, Jay, who is a student at the UA. Mrs. Greer's father, Elias Pressley, is a professor at the UA. The chairman of me Association of Western Agricultural Experiment S t a t i o n Directors which covers 12 states is Dr. Dale Bohmont, dean of me Agriculture College at me University of Nevada, "We discuss common objectives such as tbe programs through which, when possible, we use the results from one state in another," said Dr. Richard K. Frevert, bead of the UA Agricultural Experiment Station. There are 50 regional projects in which representatives from the states work together, he added. These include such problems as diseases of calves and human nutrition. Historical Thieves LONDON --UPI- Police are looking for thieves with a fondness for historical characters. They stole bronze busts of Dickens, Gladstone, Disraeli, Tennyson, Darwin and Faraday from the Stanley Halls Social Center. TUCSON'S APPLIANCE WORLD and COMPLETE SERVICE CENTER For Leading Brands of TV, Radio and Home Appliances Phone EA 7-3491 2550 N. Campbell Ave. at Silver Let's go-go-O-O with Debbie Lewis*! V H.B, Cr«»lt Curfl or U« Our W1II-C»II Svslfm. We Curry Sim ''» to S2 Widlru AAAAA to B. . . . at L.S.S. in the Collegcsct Room . . . You'll find a Fabulous New Selection of * Young Fashions. Just Call for Debbie Lewis and you'll be sure you are wearing the Newest Young Fashions . . . in flats and little heels! These styles with the "Go-Go" look! 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