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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1961 THE OBSERVER PAGE 3 FAMILY CLINIC NEW YORK (NC),~ Is govern- ]support themselves and their fam- moral grounds" he believes "a .v ~,r, .nu-~ T ,ru~a~ ~ T ment on all levels throwing its]flies, strong case can be made out for . . ~ ~. ,~: o, ~ o: . weight around too much" in the Welfare State lig government as we are ex- Assistant rrolessor ot ~oeiology, ~t toms unlvers.y " i "i" 9 I ' . . nation s econom c I le. Am. a ,t L ~. )ermncmg it m me umted States Isn't it time the Church showed a little more realism in its teach- " s S J I ,muusu weu~e ~tate .as ue-, ,1he rtev. Jaenjamm ~vta se, ~oaay. ing concerning proper conduct on dates? Much of what we re told f Am rica I come a dirty word m some quart- an associate editor o e ' l ers and cradle to "rave securit, Middle Ground from nigu SChOOl on is so general or vague mat k nas li~$le pracucal '" " " v" ' ' - -s s ,-- . effect. Here at college most girls think there's something wrong with nauona,i. ~amolff weekly re.~lew.:la topic of easy wit and outraged Tile mesl, s mat oetween laissez- :r i. a i. ^ a ~h ,t poseu mls question at toe Lwo-uay comment there is nrecious little talre capitalism ann t.;ommunlsrti s ~ s { :. s.- meeting (Dee. 27-28) of the Cath-[o,ia '~h~t ,~ I.~. ~.a~, no middle round can exist has no the way, they're mighty arbitrary about where they oraw me nne . ] j are . . g particularly if you've dated them several times. I'm not putting all onc ~conomm as~oc~auv any less intent on improving their support m me social teacnmg o~ m "Amply Justified" I livin" standards than their fath the Catholic Church,' he con- me blame on mem, nut snoulun t ua nolle couples Degivensoe . . . I ~ " - ,- ~ . . . clear.cut, objective standards to guide them? . The Jesuit prles.~ ,wno Is presl~ ers and grandfathers were." unu.ea: r~e)mer ooes me deter- . . . uent oI tne assoclauon, asserteuJ Father Masse stated that ,a~ mlnlStlC notion mat governmen~ that in his opinion "our sprawling pite high taxes, American consum" expansion is a one-way movement t~onslaering me Ilnolngs OI several recent stucues on me values nt staU u . ~. f - --. ,- . - ~ - - governmee mlsament ca. uet rs continu- "- ---" ~ t.a~ cannot oe comroueo, cnecxeu ' ' 1 a ho e e LO eujoy more tree and ideals of American youth, I think we must al agree that C t - :--'-1"" 'ustified o- ,~^~d " a h, tho o,~ ,f t.~. amp y j u~, dam of ch"ic" ,h ,1 ~ lic young people today stand in special need of thorough instruction rounos" " In support ot nts minK- ' : ""'='. en"' g,people m the world He said , and training concerning acceptable Christian sexual conduct The " " "v c ted a I . lng ne au o a mluute'oI'/"th,qr n,~r*.n~! ino~ma last t,~a, rope ,Jonn snows llU2e pauence Catholic vie~ int receives no support m a secular socmty mat re- " " e - r j 'po the-road hfloso h of gov rn . wlth slmphstlc thinking of this SMILING 'SUH' IS AN 'ADOPTABLE' CHILD--This smiling Korean youngster is One of several gards the use of sex as a matter of personal option devoid of moral TEXrAaSvHsO.NMO.RchBa~:tmh:: Jo;7;: ment that Pould aPv~d the pitfallslh~:a$40~2~b~li?n be!ore^?xes, the.y kind. In Mater et Magistra he thousand children up for "adoption" under the "Help-A-Child" program being sponsored by the Na- significance as long as it is voluntary. Although dating customs and "" ,~.^~',[. "~ ,-.- ct ,~ ,~i.li~m -n th~ one hand and[~ " v,~-~--~, ~.~^~* ,~.~- ~ u,~- mentions with anoroval many ~ov- tional Council of Catholic Women, in conjunction with Catholic Relief Services--NCWC. Eight- nractices based on this immoral attitude must he wholly objection- ~'"~ ~ u~v,~, ~ ~.-'-~ " (. - /non; mey spent ~z~.s ounon on ".- -"~ , ~wary university, ~an Antonio, economic noeransm on me omer. ernmem acuvlues wmcn would her hitchin a ride on a U S ~ " goods and serwces, they saved al . year-old Snh Uk Kin, who lives m au orphanage m Seoul, is shown e,g, . " " able to Catholics, they have been introduced so casually and have Tex, has been named a Piper Father Masse said that while]most ~23 billion " " " have scandalized some people in Army truck and admiring a model airplane given him by an Army buddy. A person may ~ m uch an inte-ral art of the total attern of remarital rela " " ~ , " er a oeco e s g P P P " Professor of 1961 by the Minnie "socialists are delighted with de the days of McKinley or even a adopt a youngster bv ulvlng $10 per month for h~s assistance. Later, through an interpret t f "heir moral im-lica -1 Measure Of Securi " ' ' u0nsalpsmatmanyuatnoucs seemunaware o t p - . . ty Coolid e He lves ever lndl the orphanage, the ehiid writes 'directly to the "foster parent" at regular intervals. Adoptions tions S!evens Pier foundahon. The velopments over the pas.t three[ "Is this a "icture --f "~""~^ cationg~ib~liev'~" *~o'"~Y-iv-~ I~ ~.~ 1^ I~. I.~.-]; ; 1 ~1 1 a,~n; ~tlan~ " riper awaras are given annual- decades ann are oisaopointea only t' u l ~ul~ ~ ~ ,~ ,~ ~=,~ s s t, s SUCH LACK OF AWARENESS IS REVEALED by Catholic parents! ly to ten educators at Texas that government hasn't gone furth- crushed by the weight of a 10on- economy today is closer to Chris- - ~ e- [~.~ .~. ~ ~ who promote or tolerate early dating among their youngsters while colleges or universities from 150 er than it has the economic!der us government?" he asked, tian ideals than the dog-eat-dog i," " " " ,~WISS Dlsrlop . ays [ U |IC /