The News from Frederick, Maryland on September 6, 1967 · Page 3
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
September 6, 1967

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 3

Publication:
Location:
Frederick, Maryland
Issue Date:
Wednesday, September 6, 1967
Page:
Page 3
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 3 article text (OCR)

PRESIUKNT-KLKCT AND FAMILY -- Nguyen Van Tbieu, chief of state in .South Viet.iarn and that country's president- elect, pos.s with his family in the garden of their Saigon home. AP Wire?holo With him are his wife, Mai Anh; his daughter, Tuan Anh, 14 and his son, Loc, 6. The photo was released in Saigon. Curia Reform Smooths Relations AMSTERDAM ( A P ) -- Pope, Paul's drastic reform of the Vatican Curia may help im- pi ove relations between the Vatican and Dutch Roman Catholics who have taken some bold and often controversial initiatives in the church. Many Dutch Catholics greeted the Curia reform with relief be-, cause the Curia has been a special target of some chuich critics and the outspoken criticism has turned to attacks on the Pope himself. As long ago as 1961. The Rev. Jan van Kilsdonk, Jesuit leader of avant-garde Amsterdam students, accused the Curia of "terror methods." The Rev. Robert Adolfs, a Dutch theologian and superior of the Augustine abbey at Eindhoven, still insists Pope Paul is "either a puppet in the hands of the Curia or, what is mote likely, that he himself is conservative to the backbone." And he predicted that Pope Paul will h a v e to face "a struggle for life w i t h i n the Curia." aimed at sabotaging the 1'upe'; reorganization. The reorganization effecti 1 e next Jan. 1 knocks away the basic underpinnings of l i f e t i m e tenure and f i n a n c i a l autonomy that have enabled C u i i a prelates to m a i n t a i n an i i o n administrative grip over all aspects of church life for the past four ceil tunes. It was members r-f the Vatican Curia who complained ab"iit a Du'ch "Shalom m n v t ' - mcnt" wh'ch sponsors mterde ".nminatio'ial "agape meals" among all Ch'i.st'zms Some C'i- ria members said the observ- "I Think Fredericktown should be our bank." ances resembled the Eucharist, or Lord's ?upper, thereby involving unauthorized intercommunion of Protestants and Catholics. The Dutch rejected the complaint. Msgr. Jan Groot, head of the Dutch bishops' ecumenical commission, said the Dutch already had decided the observ- jnces did not cause any theological difficulty. .mile reiorrn of the Curia may remove some friction, Dutch Catholics probably will remain troublesome to the Vatican. Father 'idolfs says, "It is actually too foolish that all the Roman Catholic Church, either with horroi or hope, is looking at such a small country as The Netherlands." One thing that caused the Vatican to look at The Netherlands was Father Adolfs' book, "The Grave of God." It says the church may dig its own grave unless it changes its "outdated power structure and Renaissance splendor." The Dutch hieraichy also has published a new catevhism and some Vatican officials are reported to consider that it contains unorthodox teachings about original sin, b i i t h control the virginity of Mary and Christ's presence in the Eucharist. Protective eyewear can pre- v e n t eye cuts, punctures and lacerations. Americans snend more than c i5fl mill'on on eve cire annually It makes sense to invest in protective c-vewear. U.S. Space Program Compared With Roman Circuses LEEDS, England ( A P ) -- A British educator assailed the U.S. space program today as the most extravagant venture since imperial Rome ruined itself with costly circuses. Lord Bowden, former Cabinet minister and now principal of Manchester University's Institute of Technology, said the gigantic U.S. effort to hit the moon and probe the planets has affected American education, reaches into all walks oi life and has influenced other nations as well. Speaking at a symposium of the annual British Association convention. Lord Bowden called the American space drive "the most extravagant, most sophisticated and most dangerous system of outdoor relief ever devised by a great nation in peacetime." After Bowden's speech, Dr. John Fmdlay, chairman of the 1 Lunar and Planetary Mission Board of the National Aeronautics and Space Administi ation leveled what amounted to a counterattack, though it was unplanned that way. In his prepared remarks. Dr. Fmdlay said the p r o g r a m is merely a "courageous journey of exploration" giving mankind the freedom to be adventurous Great scientific knowledge f general benefit already has been acquit ed, he insis'ed an I he has pooh-poohed the c'ist It amounts to only one pe ? cent of the gross Americai national income, he said. General To Have Annual Checkup WASHINGTON (AP) - Gen. i'^'arle G. Wheeler, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, entered Walter Reed Hospital Wednesday for an annual checkup and will remain over the weekend "for further observation and rest," the Pentagon disclosed Friday. The Guild of Prescription Opticians of America, Inc. received its charter in 1926 in Philadelphia. It had 17 members. Today the Guild has about 600 members in 47 states and Canada Concerned with eye safety, the ( i u i l d endorses protective eye- ·.vear. Births Reported Frederick Memorial Hospital AUG. 24--31 Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Wiles, RFD 1, Walkersville, fifth child, fourth son, Daniel Kent, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Cantwell, RFD 1, Frederick, sixth child, fourth daughter, Meiissa Louise, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Bowie, 84 Carver Apts., Frederick, fifth child, fourth son, Jerome, Lamont, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Will, 22 Winchester St., Frederick, twin sons, Randall Scott and Robert Allen, Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Will have another son at home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Delauter, Mt. Airy, second child, a daughter, Leanne Marie, Friday. Sgt. and Mrs. Paul Farra. J, 9 Stewart Manor, Frederick, third child, second daughter, Coleen Michelle, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Clark E. Dayhoff, Middletown Heights, Middletown, first child, a son, Clark Ellis Jr. Saturday. Mrs. Hay- hoff is the former Sallv K a i l . Frederick. Mr. and Mrs. David K. Masser, 1338 Taney Ave., Frederick, third child, first daughter Heather Irene, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Kline. RFD 2, Mt. Airy, third child third daughter, Vickie I.inu, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John L Kuth- vin, RFD 6, Frederick, t.iird child, third daughter, Aii't-i Marie, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James \'.. Jenkins, Burkittsville, first civlJ, a son, James Michael, Sunday. Mrs. Jenkins is the f o r n u r H'»l- ly Ross, Burkittsville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Mcrk. 164 B and O Ave., FrecioriCK, fourth child, fourth dj'iffliUT Janine Elizabeth, Monda ·. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lyl- ard, RFD 2, Dickerson, fifth child, second daughter. Carmen Paula, Monday. SP-4 and Mrs. Gray D. Bartsch 1 East 15th Street, Frede-ick. first child, a son, Anthony A»an. ] Monday. Mrs. Bartsch is the former Charlene Holston. Poi'- lland, Ore. ! Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Wolla. iRFD I, Myersville, fir.H c'ild, i a son, Frederick Daniel, Wed nesday, Mrs. Wolfe is the loiia- ,er Lola Cline, Middletown. Mr. and Mrs. Pantiles J Dal- las, 1002 Wilson Place, Frederick, second child, second daughter, Diana Melina, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Teddy tee Burriss Sr., Dickerson, ninth clrld, third daughter. Lisa Ann. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Austin K. Thomas Jr.. Walkersville. second child, second son, John Zachariah, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling D Leach, RFD 1, Frederick, eighth child, fifth daughter, Vanessa Sterling, Thursday. Dr. Ferguson NAAB Speaker Any orgam/ation that offers a superior product and excellence of service can survive indefinitely, says a t'mversity of Maryland animal scientist. This is the theme of a talk Dr. James Ferguson will present Sept. 8 at a meeting of the National Association of Ani- THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Wednesday. September 6. 1J67 P«fft3 ii'.al Breeders at Hershey, Penn. of comparison. Superior bulk Dr. Ferguson will tell artifici- and excellent service mutt be al insemination technicians that followed by good public rela- th.-v mint ,»fter h«H»f -attU» herd tlons Tne nerd » wner S Should t h t v must offer beef cattle ntra w V ~_ made aware owners semen from superior of artlficial insemination. bulls, but they must cupic this with excellence of service He says he foresees a tre- ····^············l mendous increase in beef cattle numbers as labor problems and urbanization reduces the number of commercial dairy herds in some areas. B u t , he adds, many herds w i l l be owned \t\ people who also work off the f a r m will need more help in managing a breeding program The artificial breeding or- gam/ation that can supply that help w i l l prosper But more than this is needed. Cattle owners must be encouraged to keep accurate records so that they will have a basis 1967/1968 SHOWS THE BROWNING CONSTRUCTION CO. W A Y IN YOUR OWN BACKYARD! BUILDER OF WORLD FAMOUS FREE POOL COVER w i t h each pool purchase from now until Christmas. "Come in and see our Pool .showroom" Located On Rt. 27 CEDAR GROVE M A R Y L A N D 20767 Phone Day or Night 301-25:1-2875 SERVING \0l SINCE 1942 Over County lines and into the State, the \\ord IN t h a t the !· rcdt-i ickto\\ n Savings and Tru.st Company is fast becoming the number one choice for newly established business and industrv. We welcome the opportunity to say "welcome" to thee people and t h e i r families, and hope the will take the opportunity to see w h y Frederick town is known as "The People's I»ank . . . since 1M28." THF r » r T7 hedmcktown S A V I N G S T R U S T C O M P A N Y rncDERIClv BRICK WORKS presents -Tall Festival of Home Improvements PLAN NOW for a USEFUL BASEMENT The basement of today's home is planned for a future rumpus room and workshop, a convenient storage area. Include a modern, all steel BILCO Door . . . the access it provides is the key to a well- planned basement. A BILCO is the modern replacement for that old worn-out wood hatchway cm your present home. A M E R I C A S f I N I S T / ' SAPOLIN PAINTS Interior Exterior Floor Paint Enamel All At Real Savings! I ,, ONE COAT HOUSE PAIN T V N *00 WHIT* ^- _ "« · ,,, ·-- BILCO DOORS -- All steel. To replace your worn - out wooden hatchway. Spring balanced for easy opening! I ,, / JL M A S O N I T E PRESSEDWOOD -- Hardboard panels. Economical, easy to cut and fit. Strong, resists dents and bumps Definitely a do - it - yourself idea. S«KRET«= -- Family of repair products. Easy to use. Economical. Finish that waste spac« with MASONITE" PRESDWOOD It'e easy to get that extra b e d - k ;v.... f c . v0 » o ».uJj ·r«a you need. Tun. wasted »^a,e iiito finished apace with these large, e a s y - t o - h a n d l e hardboard panels. R«iiit bumpg and dents. Easy to cut and fit. Takea paint beautifully. Come in for h e l p f u l hint* on u*iag Preadwood* products. Call Frederick Brick Works for quick delivery of large or small quantities of all **·*».»··-·" j'rrrnf items. 184 E. SOUTH ST. MO 2-1153! ···^···^···············^····l lEWSPAPERr VSPAPERI

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page