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Advocate (Newspaper) - August 16, 1964, Victoria, Texas THE VICTORIA ADVOCATE 119th 101 TELEPHONE HI 5-H51 VICTORIA, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 10, 19G4 Established 62 Pages Priest Ousted by Cubans Cherishes U.S. Cordiality By RICHARD SI'ENCEK Advocate Staff. Writer hard-working, disciplined and devot- ed to their church. This opinion was expressed by the Rev. Emiliano dc Josus y Maria Guozunvga priest of the order of the Most. Holy Trinity, assistant pastor of Our Lady of Sor- rows Catholic Church, as he prepares to return to his native Spain after a year it the local church. "My year's work here has been a joy in every way, and I shall always remember my American and Victoria friends most said Fa- ther Emiliano. He has recently been appoint- ed pastor of the parish of the Most Holy Trinity in Barcelona, Spain, and director of the four other priests of the Trinitarian order there. Ousted by Castro Father Emiliano left Spain in 1950 to go to Havana, Cuba, where he soon became pastor of a parish church and rector of a grade and high school tor boys, lie was expelled from Cuba by the Fidel Castro gov- ernment, along with all other non-Cuban clergy, in 19G1. After several months along with a group of priests known as z Pontifical Missionary Team during which he preached mis- sions and retreats in various Latin American countries, he r-aine to Our Lady of Sorrows church in August of 1003, a year ago this week. Family Unit His favorite theme is the fam- ily and its unity. "This is the very foundation of lie declares. "Everything else social, cultural atid religious lives revolve around the unified fam- ily.'1 His year in Victoria, and three years, morc-or-lcss, in the United States, have made many lasting impressions on Father Emiliano. "In Europe, generally the par- ish priest is never so close to the warm, friendly atmosphere inj the homes of his parishioners lie is he said. "Many of) the delightful customs 1 have learned here, I want to sec a part of the parish lite where I shall be." A Tnre Family "The Trinitarian community here 1ms been a true family for me. and it will be sad to part from he declared, re- Filibuster Again Stalls Senators Liberals Bail Foes of Court LBJ Opens Fire With Rap at Barry WASHINGTON (AD A band of liberals tied up the Sen- ale again Saturday will) their burfiling filibuster against leg- islation designed to Unvart the Supreme Court's ruling on Sen- ate legislative apportionment. They not only kept the Senate from doing any serious busi- ness, they succeeded in a tactic that warms the hearts of all fill- busterers: They drew their op- ponents into the debate. Once Declined Republican Lender Everett M. Dirksen, the prime mover in the drive to delay the effects of the high court's ruling lliat dis- tricts for both houses of state legislatures must be "substan- tially otnial" in population, dc-. dined Friday when Sen. Paul II, marching orders Saturday, and Golclwater Has Words Of His Own Strategy Set For Campaign WASHINGTON (AP) He- publican chairmen from across tho nation got their campaign heard presidential nominee Bar- IN VIET selling a vole quota for oac Committee, Sen. J. W. (lie nation's precinct, bnglit, D-Ark., broke in with a; Icngthv attack on Uie Hcpubli-1 iconic i-1 igutciicd Barry Goldwater of Arizona, the leadership called il quits for Uie BACK TO NATIVE Rev. Emiliano Guuzuraga, O.SS.T., right, for the past year as- sistant pastor at Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic Church here, receives the congratulations and good wishes of the pastor, the Rev. Richard Toal O.SS.T., on his appointment as pastor and superior of the Trinitarian community at Barcelona, Spain. Father Emiliano is a native of the Basque Province on the Spanish-French border. (Advocate Photo) ____ iCouncil May Formalize Sale to Count} The long-discussed sale of the; reading of an ordinance amcnd- (erring lo the pastor, Father Cny's half of courthouse square Ilicharcl Toal; assistant pastor, !ID "the county once again is on Father Vincent Patrizi; and! the City Council agenda for ac- liiother Christopher, lay Monday at 5 p.m. her of the order here at Our Lady of Sorrows. Most characteristic Apparently, council has reached accord on the matter of Monday's action will take people to whom he has form Of examining any bids stored, Father Emiliano may have been received by is their willingness to co-op- crate in all the projects he has nance dcalii _ speed limils; and ot requests to build on unplatted property. Douglas, D-lll., lo get him rv Goklwaler charge Uiat under But "Saturday, Sens. George Ucmocats "the national D. Aiken, R-Vl and John Slen-iffmho ,ls-s cwly tvom nis, D-Miss., gave- the eagle mto an ostr breathing space bv taking the! Behind closed doors at a day- flooi lo criticize ihe Sunreme strategy session, OOP slate Court and lower federal courts (chairmen and finance leaders for their directions thai S'von financial quotas to legislatures be raise a campaign budget a "one-person, one-vote" Uuurnran Dean Bure icrn jsaid will total aboul million. Attacks r.ohlwatn- They also got (he first stage of .a nationwide vote-quota system Ihcn after the chairman ot.Blll.ch said ,Jlc Ooltlwaler forces 'he Senate I'oragn notations a
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